Who Invented the Toilet Plunger?

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The person who invented the toilet plunger appears to be a man by the name of Samuel Prosser. He received a patent for it in 1777. What a great invention! You can find out more information here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flush_toilet -
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It is unknown who actually invented the plunger. There is a rumor that a farmer named Jeffery Gunderson is the original inventor but that is unconfirmed.
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No one knows for sure; some say Jeffrey Gunderson from the Isle of Jersey, who
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Actually it is Jeffery gunderson. But you could just search "who invented the toilet plunger" on the web and click on the first answer to find that out :) There's much less
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Jeffrey Gunderson invented the plunger. He was a farmer and orginally created the plunger to relieve his cows that were afflicted with constipation.
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