Bristol_and_Somerset-L Archives

Archiver > Bristol_and_Somerset > 2006-05 > 1148678936


From: Lorraine Satchell <>
Subject: Re: [B&S] neighbours
Date: Fri, 26 May 2006 17:28:56 -0400
References: <002601c68030$09b8a840$e19c24d5@pctek> <4476796A.5010201@magma.ca> <005201c68093$b4fdaf30$c96b9fd4@DELIA> <44771D10.9060400@magma.ca> <008701c680e9$e008b480$1771fea9@david>
In-Reply-To: <008701c680e9$e008b480$1771fea9@david>


Hi Hugh

Daisy Louisa (Young) Wall died exactly 2 weeks after her daughter was
born and cause
given was Puerperal Fever (happened quite often after childbirth) -
Sept. 1900.
Fanny Maria (Hartery) Young died Jan. 1901 of Bronchitis
Lilian Daisy Wall died in July 1902 of Broncho-pneumonia
Herbert / Thomas Young died in May 1904 of Arterial Degeneration Cardiac
Failure.
It was another 40 years before we had penicillin or antibiotics which
probably would have
helped the first 3 people.

Lorraine Ottawa, Canada

Hugh Watkins wrote:

> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lorraine Satchell"
> <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 3:21 PM
> Subject: Re: [B&S] neighbours
>
> tuberculosis rife
> no money for doctors
> even arsenic in the beer
> http://www.bopcris.ac.uk/imgall/ref7511_2_1_l.html?
>
> John Ruskin (1819-1900): influential art critic; died in the major flu
> epidemic of 1900 ...
> http://www.archiveshub.ac.uk/jan06a.shtml
>
> what do the death cerificates say?
>



This thread: