Charles Wiley (1782 - 1826) was an American bookseller, printer and the founder of the business that, under the direction of his son John Wiley, became an academic publisher, and eventually the current organization John Wiley & Sons.
His grandson, also called Charles Wiley, was the son referred to when the business changed its name to John Wiley & Son in 1850. It was reorganized as John Wiley & Sons, Inc. when a younger grandson, William H. Wiley, joined the family business in 1872.
Charles Wiley, Bookseller, Aged 45
In New York, after a lingering illness, Book-Seller, aged 45.
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