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Joseph Whitaker

Joseph Whitaker Joseph Whitaker
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Joseph Whitaker, 1820 - 1895, publisher, founder of Whitaker's Almanack, lived and died here.
English Heritage

Site: Joseph Whitaker (1 memorial)

EN1, Silver Street, White Lodge

Whitaker lived here from 1862 until his death here in 1895.

Credit for this entry to: Jamie Davis

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Born in London, apprenticed to a bookseller aged fourteen. With experience of...

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