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Thomas Cooke

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Thomas Cooke (c1806-1868), of T. Cooke and Sons, York, was a self-taught optical engineer

1837 Established a scientific instrument manufacturing business in York

1855 He built his own factory on Bishophill, York, producing a great range of goods from spectacles, telescopes and surveying equipment to sundials, clocks and lathes.

1868 Died. Obituary.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. York Herald - Saturday 31 October 1868