Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon was an English scientist, politician, writer, and philosopher. Additionally, he also served as Attorney General and Lord Chancellor of England. He is credited as the founder of empiricism, and is considered one of the most influential scientists in history.

Full Name Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St. Alban
Who scientist
Birth Date January 22, 1561
Death Date April 9, 1626
Country England
Born London, England, UK
Died London, England, UK
Cause of Death pneumonia
Education Cambridge University
Father Nicholas Bacon
Mother Anne Cooke Bacon
Spouse Alice Barnham Bacon

Nicholas Bacon, 1st Baronet of Redgrave

Edward Bacon

Nathaniel Bacon

Elizabeth Bacon Doyley

Anne Bacon Woodhouse

Anthony Bacon

Children none

How Added - He was #81 on the "100 Most Significant Figures in History" list by Time magazine.

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