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Calvert, Frederick Crace-locked

  • J. K. Crellin


Calvert, Frederick Crace- (1819–1873), industrial and analytical chemist, was born on 14 November 1819 in London, the son of Alfred Crace, who later emigrated to Canada to escape his debts, and adopted the name Crace-Calvert. Nothing is known of Crace-Calvert's early education; at the age of sixteen he went to ...

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