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Collier, Samuel Francis (1855–1921), Wesleyan Methodist minister, was born on 3 October 1855 in Runcorn, Cheshire, the eldest child of Samuel Collier (d. 1883), grocer, and his second wife, Mary Littler. Collier was educated at Mill House Academy, Runcorn, and Bickerton House, Southport...

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Cope, Sir (Vincent) Zachary (1881–1974), surgeon and medical historian, was born in Kingston upon Hull on 14 February 1881, the youngest of ten children (of whom three died in early childhood) of Thomas John Gilbert Cope, a minister of the United Methodist church in ...

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Haddon, Alfred Cort (1855–1940), anthropologist, was born in London on 24 May 1855, the second child and elder son of John Haddon (1823–1904), head of a firm of type-founders and printers with a strong Baptist tradition, the family having its origins in farming near ...

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Jones, Sir (David) Fletcher (1895–1977), clothing manufacturer and retailer, was born on 14 August 1895 at Bendigo, Victoria, Australia, the fifth child of Samuel Henry Jones, a blacksmith from Cornwall, and his Australian-born wife, Mahala, née Johns (d. 1897). Samuel remarried and had a second family. ...

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Mackintosh, Harold Vincent, first Viscount Mackintosh of Halifax (1891–1964), confectionery manufacturer and public administrator, was born in King's Cross Lane, Halifax, Yorkshire, on 8 June 1891, the eldest of three sons, all destined to enter the confectionery business founded by their father, John Mackintosh (1868–1920)...

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Harold Vincent Mackintosh, first Viscount Mackintosh of Halifax (1891–1964) by Walter Bird, 1961 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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John Mackintosh (1868–1920) by unknown photographer courtesy Halifax Evening Courier

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Mackintosh, John (1868–1920), confectionery manufacturer, was born in Dukinfield, Cheshire, on 7 July 1868, the son of Joseph Mackintosh, cotton spinner, and his wife, Mary Jane, née Burgess. Three months later, Joseph moved to Halifax to become a foreman at the cotton spinners ...