Graham, George

Graham, George,

1674?–1751, English instrument maker. A clockmaker by trade, Graham designed clocks and watches that earned him membership in the Royal Society and were still manufactured into the present century. In 1725 he built a very accurate 8-ft (2.4-m) quadrant for the royal astronomer, Edmund Halley, at Greenwich; it was widely copied. His most important invention remains the micrometer screw, which enabled him to build zenith sections and calipers of unprecedented precision. Graham is buried in Westminster Abbey.
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He also had another five brothers who have passed away: Anthony, Bleddyn, Graham, George and Bernard.
Sadly missed by Norma, Graham, George, Susan and Louise, also by grandchildren and great grandchildren.
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