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date: 16 October 2019

Angas, Caleblocked

(1782–1860)
  • John Westby-Gibson
  • , revised by Nicholas Goddard

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Angas, Caleb (1782–1860), agriculturist, was a well-known practitioner of farming in the East Riding of Yorkshire and recognized locally as a leading authority on agriculture. He originally lived at Brancepeth but at the age of thirty-two he established himself at Newick Farm, Great Driffield...

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