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Thomas Crapper

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Thomas Crapper (baptised 28 September 1836; died 27 January 1910) was a plumber who founded Thomas Crapper & Co in London. Contrary to widespread misconceptions, Crapper did not invent the flush...

The History of Thomas Crapper & Co

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Indeed, he invented the bathroom showroom and displayed his wares in .... but he did not 'invent' the Water Closet; it evolved over many hundreds of years.

Who invented the flush toilet? - Ask History

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May 19, 2015 ... ... at least 5,000 years, and early toilet systems were used by the several ancient ... The first modern flushable toilet was described in 1596 by Sir John Harington, ... London plumbing impresario named Thomas Crapper manufactured one of ... Crapper did not invent the toilet, but he did develop the ballcock, ...

Why the Toilet is Commonly Known as “The Crapper

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May 15, 2011 ... Interestingly, the word “crap” does not derive from “Crapper”. ... The founder of the company, Thomas Crapper (born around 1836 and died 1910), ... The toilet was invented a couple hundred years before Mr. Crapper by John ...

Thomas Crapper's Toilet - Top 10 Famous Toilets - TIME

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Sep 7, 2010 ... We spend an estimated year and a half of our lives on the toilet, yet the ... While Thomas Crapper did not invent the flushing toilet, he did much ...

When Did Thomas Crapper Die? - Biography - YourDictionary

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One urban legend even suggests that Thomas Crapper invented the toilet; but, ... After serving as an apprentice and a journeyman for three years, Thomas set ...

John Crapper Myth and why a crapper loo toilet is not a John

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Myth: Thomas Crapper invented the toilet. Truth: he purchased ... Crapper did popularize the loo and made it an accepted domestic fixture. The notion that ... BTW: this was approximately sixty years before Thomas Crapper was born. BTW: The ...

No. 157: Thomas Crapper

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Thomas Crapper: The man who didn't invent the flush toilet. ... me -- often with a salacious grin -- that the flush toilet was invented by a 19th-century Englishman named Thomas Crapper. ... But did he really give his name to these systems?

Thomas Crapper - On-line: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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Nov 1, 1995 ... Thomas Crapper was born in 1836---appropriately enough the year before ... The big question is Did he really invent the syphonic flush? ... In the United States, although not in England, a ``crapper'' means a john, or toilet.

Did Thomas Crapper Really Invent the Toilet?: The Inventions That ...

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Browse our editors' picks for the Best Books of the Year So Far in fiction, nonfiction, mysteries, children's ... Flushed with Pride: The Story of Thomas Crapper.

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Thomas Crapper: Myth & Reality – thePlumber.com

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Jun 1, 1993 ... Crapper did have a successful career in the plumbing industry in England from 1861 to 1904. The date of Crapper's death has also been a source of confusion for many years. ... Myth: Thomas Crapper invented the toilet.

Thomas Crapper | Biography, Inventions and Facts - Famous Inventors

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Thomas Crapper Biography - Thomas Crapper invented "Ballcock". ... Thomas Crapper worked as a journeyman plumber for three years and then became ... However, we know that even though Thomas Crapper did not invent the toilet, he did ...

Thomas Crapper: inventor of the flushing toilet - Ward's Book of Days

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Thomas Crapper: inventor of the flushing toilet. ... Crapper was an engineer who is credited with the invention of the flushing toilet and adding the word crap to the ... Crapper did popularise the loo and made it an accepted domestic fixture.