Samuel Bentham

Samuel Bentham

Sir Samuel Bentham (11 January 1757 in England – 31 May 1831 in London, England) was a noted English mechanical engineer and naval architect credited with numerous innovations, particularly related to naval architecture, including weapons. He was the only surviving sibling of philosopher Jeremy Bentham, with whom he had a close bond.

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Samuel Bentham - Career - France
... Bentham discovered upon his return to England that his post as Inspector General had been abolished while he was absent, and indeed came to believe that he had been sent to Russia solely to get him out of the ... The Bentham family travelled a great deal in France before settling in 1820 at the Château de Restinclières, in the région of Languedoc-Roussillon ... Their new house was large, with extensive grounds, and Bentham planned to cultivate the land for profit, with his son George managing most of the operation ...

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