William Henry Perrins

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William Henry Perrins
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Born William Henry Perrins
Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire
Nationality English
Occupation drug store chemist
Website http://www.leaperrins.com/products/the-original-worcestershire-sauce.aspx

William Henry Perrins (1793–1867) was a drug-store chemist who formed a partnership in 1823 with John Wheeley Lea. They went on to create the Lea & Perrins brand of Worcestershire sauce.[1] He lived in Lansdowne Crescent in the parish of Claines, and is buried in St John, Baptist Churchyard, Claines.

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  1. ^ Ebert, Nienstadt & Thomas; Roger Ebert; Yvonne Nienstadt; Anna Thomas (2010). The Pot and How to Use It: The Mystery and Romance of the Rice Cooker. Andrews McMeel Publishing. p. 49. ISBN 0-7407-9142-7.