Who Invented the First Flush Toilet?


The Flush toilet was invented by Sir John Harrington, who not only came up with the idea but installed an early working prototype in the palace of Queen Elizabeth I.
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That would be Sir John Harrington, godson to Queen Elizabeth the first.
The invention dates to the 1590s and is credited to Sir John Harington (1561-1612), hence its nickname, "the john." A courtier and godson of England's Queen Elizabeth I
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The first flushing toilet was invented by John Harrington, Queen Elizabeths godson. In 1597, he installed one in his godmothers palace at Richmond and the Queen was pleased with it. However, she banished Harrington from court for writing a rude essay about it.
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