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Feb 17, 2020

[Answer] Who was Charles Darwin's famous grandfather?

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...Josiah Wedgwood was one of the 18th century's progressive British industrialists. His father worked in the pottery business. Josiah was only nine years old when his father died. This ended Josiah's formal education and he began working in his brother's pottery business. Wedgwood became a master in pottery skills and founded his own pottery company in 1758. In the 1770s, he gained fame with his jasper ware, which is still the product that comes to mind when speaking of "Wedgwood" pottery. In addition to his fine pottery, Wedgwood was the grandfather of famed evolutionist Charles Darwin. Source:

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Josiah Wedgwood:

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