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Howitt, Samuellocked

(1756/7–1823)
  • Ruth Cohen

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Howitt, Samuel (1756/7–1823), painter and etcher, was the son of Thomas Howitt, attorney, of Hart Street, London, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Fleatham (1720/21–1797), daughter of Joshua Fleatham, a Quaker from Yarm, Yorkshire, who became a wealthy draper and glover on Cornhill, London...

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