Person    | Male  Born 1796  Died 1864

Henry Stephens

Categories: Industry, Medicine

Doctor and Inventor. Born Finchley. He invented an indelible blue-black ink. Not to be confused with his son Henry Charles 'Inky' Stephens.

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Henry Stephens

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Keats and Stephens

On this site, poet & apothecary John Keats, & his friend, the poet, a...

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unidentified mill in Great Sutton Street

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Sir Thomas Lipton

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