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    link to information on mortality through Diptheria and typhoid

    The Epidemic streets

    Found this while researching death rates for a project, wondered if it would be of use/interest to others?
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    FRANKLIN (Harrow/Pinner 1700 to 1850); PURSGLOVE (ALL Southern counties of England); POOLE (Tetbury/Malmesbury and surrounding areas of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire (1650 to 1900); READ London/Suffolk

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    Originally posted by TrevorFranklin View Post
    The Epidemic streets

    Found this while researching death rates for a project, wondered if it would be of use/interest to others?
    It looks very interesting Trevor. All of my tree was in the East End at that time and many died of these diseases. I have bookmarked the article for when my brain is in gear as it looks a very learned tome!:D
    Sue

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      Did not know where in the Wiki to put it Sue.
      Avatar is my Gt Grandfather

      Researching:
      FRANKLIN (Harrow/Pinner 1700 to 1850); PURSGLOVE (ALL Southern counties of England); POOLE (Tetbury/Malmesbury and surrounding areas of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire (1650 to 1900); READ London/Suffolk

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