Who invented the perambulator?


It was invented by Charles Burton in 1848, granted a patent in 1853 and become wildly popular in the United Kingdom and United States. The inventor, Charles Burton supposedly lived in a mansion in Folkestone, Kent in the United Kingdom.
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