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Maceroni, Francis [known as Count Maceroni]locked

(1788–1846)
  • H. M. Chichester
  • , revised by K. D. Reynolds

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Maceroni, Francis [known as Count Maceroni] (1788–1846), soldier and mechanical inventor, was born in the suburbs of Manchester. His father, Peter Augustus Maceroni, with two brothers, had served in a French regiment in America during the War of Independence, and after a roving life settled down at ...

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