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Robert Faraday (c1788-1846) of [[Faraday and Son]]
Robert Faraday (c1788-1846) of [[Faraday and Son]]


Brother of [[Michael Faraday]]
ca.1788 Born at Southwark the son of James Faraday. Brother of [[Michael Faraday]]


c1877 Birth of son [[James Faraday]]
ca.1817 Birth of son [[James Faraday]]


1846 Died when thrown from his Gig in Munster Street, Regent's Park.<ref>Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Saturday 22 August 1846</ref>
1846 Died when thrown from his Gig in Munster Street, Regent's Park.<ref>Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Saturday 22 August 1846</ref>
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[[Category: Biography]]
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Latest revision as of 15:27, 26 September 2020

Robert Faraday (c1788-1846) of Faraday and Son

ca.1788 Born at Southwark the son of James Faraday. Brother of Michael Faraday

ca.1817 Birth of son James Faraday

1846 Died when thrown from his Gig in Munster Street, Regent's Park.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Saturday 22 August 1846