Sir John Harington (also spelled Harrington) (baptised 4 August 1560 – 20
November 1612), of Kelston, but baptised in London, was an English courtier,
Sir John Harrington was a poet - an amateur and not very successful one! But his
poetry was not why he would be remembered. Something much more 'down to ...
Sir John Harrington is often credited with the creation of the forerunner (or
predecessor; it came before...) of today's flush toilet. Written record of this flushing
Sir John Harington's father had first been married to the illegitimate daughter of
King Henry VIII. But Harington was born to his father's second wife. So he missed
Sir John Harrington's biography and life story.John Harington (also spelled
Harrington) (4 August 1561 – 20 November 1612), of Kelston, was a courtier,
Sir John Harington (1560-1612) was an ambitious courtier who spent much of his
life seeking favor at Queen Elizabeth's Court. He relied on his sharp wit and ...
Jul 2, 2009 ... In 1596, the first flushing toilet was invented by Sir John Harrington. He made
one for himself and one for his godmother Queen Elizabeth.
Sir John Harington's New Ajax. (The True Roots of the Modern Day Flush Toilet).
With Impetus Provided to John Harington by. Queen Elizabeth, “The Schoole of ...
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Sir John HARRINGTON, Knight. Born: 1561, Kelston, Somersetshire, England.
Died: 20 Nov 1612, Kelston, Somersetshire, England. Father: John ...