Event    From 1848  To 1854

19th century cholera outbreaks

Categories: Medicine, Tragedy

Event

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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Other Subjects

Chelsea Hospital for Women

Chelsea Hospital for Women

Set up in a house at 178 King's Road, this hospital, like many at the time, quickly found its premises too small. It moved into the first hospital to be built dedicated to gynaecological diseases, ...

Group, Medicine

1 memorial
Royal College of Pathologists

Royal College of Pathologists

Initially they used some space at the HQ of the British Empire Cancer Campaign at 12 Grosvenor Crescent. In 1965 they moved to premises owned by the Royal Society of Medicine, Chandos House, Queen ...

Group, Medicine

1 memorial
William Harvey

William Harvey

Born at Folkestone, Kent. Discovered and proved the circulation of the blood.

Person, Medicine

2 memorials
Human BSE Foundation

Human BSE Foundation

The Human BSE Foundation website seems to have moved and we cannot locate it.

Group, Medicine

1 memorial
Dr Josiah Oldfield

Dr Josiah Oldfield

Lawyer, physician, and writer on health. And creator of hospitals - read on. Born Shrewsbury. At Oxford University he became a vegetarian and a friend of Gandhi. First qualified as a barrister and...

Person, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial