Event    From 1848  To 1854

19th century cholera outbreaks

Categories: Medicine, Tragedy

19th century cholera outbreaks

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
19th century cholera outbreaks

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Cholera - Hampstead - 1849

This building was erected by voluntary contributions for a dispensary and sou...

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Cholera - Lambeth - 1848-9

We are tempted to write a letter to the Times ourselves, bemoaning the excess...

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Cholera Pump

Still, this pump has no handle.

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Dr John Snow - site of pump

The red granite kerbstone marks the site of the historic Broad Street pump as...

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Royal Army Medical College

Royal Army Medical College

Built on the site of Millbank Prison.

Group, Armed Forces, Education, Medicine

1 memorial
Sir William Leishman

Sir William Leishman

Born Glasgow. With the army in India where he developed an interest in kala azar. This and his anti-typhoid work are his achievements. He remained with the army medical service throughout his career.

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine, Scotland

1 memorial
Dr. Dennis Geffen

Dr. Dennis Geffen

O.B.E., M.D., D.P.H., Metropolitan Borough of Saint Pancras, 1844 - 1959. Worked in the polio field.

Person, Medicine

1 memorial
Andrew Mellor

Andrew Mellor

Associated with Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Person, Children, Medicine

1 memorial