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Walton, Frederick Edwardlocked

(bap. 1834, d. 1928)
  • Anne Pimlott Baker

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Walton, Frederick Edward (bap. 1834, d. 1928), inventor of linoleum, was baptized on 19 May 1834 in Sowerby Bridge, near Halifax, Yorkshire, the second son and second child in the family of James Walton (1802/3–1883), engineer, and his wife, Ann Kenworthy. He was educated in ...

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