John Wedgwood (1721–67)
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He was the son of the potter Thomas Wedgwood III and his wife Mary. He made a considerable fortune as a merchant of Cateaton Street, London, before becoming his younger brother Josiah Wedgwood's London agent for the Wedgwood pottery firm.
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