Person    | Male  Born 1673  Died 16/11/1751

George Graham

Categories: Craft / Design

Horologist (clockmaker) and maker of scientific instruments. Born near Carlisle. Joined the Tompion household and workshop in about 1696, married Tompion's niece in 1704 and was taken into partnership in 1711, inheriting the business on Tompion's death in 1713.
Probably died at his premises in Fleet Street. Buried in Westminster Abbey.

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George Graham

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Clockmakers

On this site lived two famous clockmakers, Thomas Tompion, F.R.S. "the father...

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A. Nicholson

A. Nicholson

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Paul Crespin

Paul Crespin

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Simon Kidd

Simon Kidd

Local furniture maker.

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Marion Dorn

Marion Dorn

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Person, Craft / Design, France, Morocco, USA

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Gordon W. Newton

Gordon W. Newton

A stonemason with a business in East Farleigh, Maidstone: The Stone Shop. Now aided by his daughter, he has generously taken it on himself to ensure the Stephen Lawrence memorial is repaired and we...

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