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Horlick, Sir James, first baronetlocked

(1844–1921)
  • T. A. B. Corley

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Horlick, Sir James, first baronet (1844–1921), health drink manufacturer, was born at Ruardean, near Cinderford, Gloucestershire, on 30 April 1844, the third of four sons born to James Horlick, saddler, and his wife, Priscilla Griffiths. He was educated in Andover, Hampshire, and, having to look outside the small family concern for a career, in 1862 became an assistant to a homoeopathic chemist in ...

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