Charles Waterton (June 3, 1782 – May 27, 1865) was an English naturalist and explorer.
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... It was the ancestral home of the naturalist and traveller Charles Waterton, who made Walton Hall into the world's first wildfowl and nature reserve ... Waterton's son, Edmund, sold the estate ... The Waterton Collection is now in Wakefield Museum ...
... Waterton Lakes, now a national park in Alberta, Canada, was named for Charles Waterton by Thomas Blakiston in 1858 ... Charles Waterton also has a Wakefield road and a school named after him (Waterton Junior and Infant school) in the estate of Lupset, Wakefield ...
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“Mead had studied for the ministry, but had lost his faith and took great delight in blasphemy. Capt. Charles H. Frady, pioneer missionary, held a meeting here and brought Mead back into the fold. He then became so devout that, one Sunday, when he happened upon a swimming party, he shot at the people in the river, and threatened to kill anyone he again caught desecrating the Sabbath.”
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