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Charles Colton Dennett

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Charles Colton Dennett (c1819-1875)

1857 Patent. '685. To Charles Colton Dennett, of Nottingham, in the county of Nottingham, Builder, for the invention of " a new construction of floors and ceilings of buildings."'[1]

1863 Patent. '1998. To Charles Colton Dennett, of Nottingham, in the county of Nottingham, Builder, for the invention of " an improved method of fire proof construction for buildings by the use of arches formed of concrete."'[2]

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