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John Dalton was born in September 51766 in Eaglesfield in Cumberland England Dalton and his family lived in a small country house His family had been Quakers since 1690 Quakers where members of a society of friends John had a brother named Mary and A brother named Charles when he was born his brother was twelve years old and his sister was two years old Daltons birth was not recorded so when he grew up older he asked one of his relatives and got and answer which was his birthday His parents were honest people and good workers His dad Joseph had land he had inherited were Dalton and his brother Charles help out with the crop His mother Deborah Greenup homespun textile Daltons sister help her too John Daltons family were poor but although they were never hungry they were poorDalton was lucky he was a Quaker other boys received little or no education but as Quakers Dalton received a fair education at the closest Quaker school For Dalton it was an achievement going to school since in those times only one out of two-hundred and fifteen people could read John Dalton went to the Quaker school at Pardshow Hall Dalton was quick when it came to studies and in mathematical problems he was good and seem to be tireless of them John Fletcher was Daltons teacher he was a smart man who didnt use a rod to hammer in learning to Dalton he was to provide Dalton with a excellent back-round and lifelong quest for knowledge Then came Elihu Robinson a rich Quaker gentlemen who become Daltons mentor and was another person to lead Dalton to mathematics science and specially meteorology John Dalton had an intense fascination for meteorology he even in fact kept careful daily weather records for forty six straight years When Dalton was twelve he opened his school in Eaglesfield He was smaller than some boys so
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