Person    | Male  Born 1650  Died 1/11/1714

John Radcliffe

Categories: Medicine

Physician. Born Yorkshire. Baptised in 1650. In 1684 he moved into Bow Street where he set up in a successful practice. Died in semi-disgrace having refused to attend Queen Anne (his long-time patient) on her death-bed. Died at Carshalton.

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John Radcliffe

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Bow Street

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