John Cary Net Worth

John Cary Net Worth is
$8 Million

John Cary Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

John Cary (c. 1754 – 1835) was an English cartographer.Cary served his apprenticeship as an engraver in London, before setting up his own business in the Strand in 1783. He soon gained a reputation for his maps and globes, his atlas, The New and Correct English Atlas published in 1787, becoming a standard reference work in England.In 1794 Cary was commissioned by the Postmaster General to survey England's roads. This resulted in Cary's New Itinerary (1798), a map of all the major roads in England and Wales. He also produced Ordnance Survey maps prior to 1805.In his later life he collaborated on geological maps with the geologist William Smith. His business was eventually taken over by G. F. Cruchley (1822–1875).Cary's major works include:Actual Survey of the country fifteen miles around London (1786)New and Correct English Atlas (1787)Camden's Britannia (1789) - maps for 1789 and 1806 editionsCary's Survey of the High Roads from London (1790)Cary's Traveller's Companion (1790)New Maps of England and Wales with part of Scotland (1794)Inland Navigation; or Select Plans of the Several Navigable Canals throughout Britain (1795)Cary's New Itinerary (1798)A New Map of Scotland (1801)New British Atlas (1805), with John StockdaleCary's New Universal Atlas (1808)Cary's English Atlas (1809)New Elementary Atlas (1813)Cary's New Itinerary (1817)

Date Of Birth1754-01-01
ProfessionProduction Manager, Producer, Editor

Production Manager

Animated Tales of the World2000TV Series series post-production supervisor - 2 episodes
Shakespeare: The Animated Tales1994TV Mini-Series post-production supervisor - 6 episodes


The Adventures of Captain Pugwash1998TV Series producer
Operavox1995TV Series producer - 1 episode
Spider!1991TV Series producer


The Snowman1982Short

Editorial Department

When the Wind Blows1986supervising editor

Known for movies

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