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Bamford, Samuellocked

(1788–1872)
  • Peter Spence

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Bamford, Samuel (1788–1872), radical, was born in Middleton, Lancashire, on 28 February 1788, one of five children of Daniel Bamford, a dissenting muslin weaver, part-time teacher, and later master of the Salford workhouse, and his wife, Hannah (1755–1795). After private tuition Bamford was sent to the ...

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