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Tebb, Williamlocked

(1830–1917)
  • Nadja Durbach

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Tebb, William (1830–1917), businessman and social reformer, was born in Manchester on 22 October 1830, the son of William Tebb, currier, and his wife Eleanor née Hewetson, and was baptized at the Rusholme Road Independent chapel, Chorlton-upon-Medlock. He was privately, if meagrely, educated. As a child he suffered from scarlet fever, and was bled and leeched as a treatment, which affected his health throughout his life. In 1844 he witnessed the economic depression in ...

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