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John Green Crosse, FRCS, FRS (6 September – 9 June ) was a well-known English surgeon of his day, at the Norfolk and Norwich completing his apprenticeship in Stowmarket, he studied at St. George's Hospital and at the Windmill Street School of Medicine in London. He then moved to Dublin and Paris, finally settling in Norwich in Crosse was born on 6 September in Suffolk, the son of a farmer by the name of William, of Boyton Hall, Great Finborough.
Crosse died on 9 June and is buried in the cloisters of Norwich Cathedral. References. Mary Crosse A Surgeon in the Early Nineteenth Century – The Life and Times of John Green Crosse (E&S Livingstone, London, ).
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