Samuel French (disambiguation)

Samuel French (disambiguation)

Samuel French may refer to:
* Samuel French (1821–1898), U.S. entrepreneur and publisher
**Samuel French Inc. (US)
**Samuel French Ltd. (UK)
* Samuel Gibbs French (1818–1910), U.S. military officer and planter


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