Person    | Male  Born 28/2/1825  Died 27/9/1882

Dr. Joseph T Clover

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Dr. Joseph T Clover

Anaesthetist. Born in Aylsham, Norfolk. Buried in Brompton Cemetery. He devised apparatus for the administration of chloroform and for the use of nitrous oxide and ether and was recognised by his colleagues as having done more than anyone else at that time to render the administration of anaesthetics safer for patients.

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