1831 in the United Kingdom

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Events from the year 1831 in the United Kingdom.

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  • 21 February – Robert Hall, Baptist minister (born 1764)
  • 20 April – John Abernethy, surgeon (born 1764)
  • 8 June – Sarah Siddons, actress (born 1755 in Wales)
  • December – Happy Jerry, mandrill (born before 1815 in West Africa)

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References[edit]

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