Person    | Male  Born 16/5/1831  Died 22/1/1900

David Edward Hughes

Categories: Science

Countries: USA

Born and died in London but grew up in the US.

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David Edward Hughes

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David Edward Hughes

English Heritage David Edward Hughes, 1831 - 1900, scientist and inventor of...

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