Azor Betts (September 13, 1740 – September 14, 1809) was an English doctor who began his practice in the Province of New York before the American Revolutionary War. His staunch defense of smallpox inoculation and support of the Loyalist cause led to his arrest and eventual departure to Canada.

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  • Azor Betts (September 13, 1740 – September 14, 1809) was an English doctor who began his practice in the Province of New York before the American Revolutionary War. His staunch defense of smallpox inoculation and support of the Loyalist cause led to his arrest and eventual departure to Canada. (en)
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  • Azor Betts (September 13, 1740 – September 14, 1809) was an English doctor who began his practice in the Province of New York before the American Revolutionary War. His staunch defense of smallpox inoculation and support of the Loyalist cause led to his arrest and eventual departure to Canada. (en)
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