John Warren (surgeon)
John Warren (July 27, 1753 – April 4, 1815) was a Continental Army surgeon during the American Revolutionary War, founder of the Harvard Medical School and the younger brother of Joseph Warren.
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... Warrenwas raised in a Congregational home some members of his family, including his son JohnCollins Warren later became associated with the Anglican church ... Personally Warrenwas of middle height and carried himself with a military bearing of a gentleman, but with an agreeable nature ... Warrenwas married to the daughter of Rhode Island Governor JohnCollins ...
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