December 26, 1791, - October 18, 1871
Born in London, UK
Lived in Teignmouth, England
Credited with inventing the first mechanical computer and the mechanical calculator called the “The Difference Engine”.
He is known as the “father of the computer”, and he served as an impact for many complex machines to come.
Drafted designs for the Difference Engine No. 2 and the Analytical Engine nearly 100 years before working examples worked.