Event    From 1871  To 1871

Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

Categories: Medicine, Royalty

Event

In 1871 the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) suffered an attack of typhoid fever (the illness of which his father had died 10 years earlier) while at his home, Sandringham in Norfolk. To everyone's relief he survived.

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Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

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Temple Bar memorial - Prince of Wales's typhoid recovery

{On the north face, below the statue there is a bronze relief showing Victori...

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Sir Edward Muir

Sir Edward Muir

President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1971 - 1973. He died suddenly while in the post. Also, strangely, was Master of the Worshipful Company of Fanmakers, 1958.

Person, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
St Olave's Hospital

St Olave's Hospital

Built originally as the Rotherhithe Infirmary in the early 1870s. It became the infirmary of St Olave's Union in 1875, and was renamed St Olave's Hospital in 1930. In 1966 it became part of the Guy...

Place, Medicine

1 memorial
William Harvey

William Harvey

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

Person, Medicine

2 memorials
Walter Reed

Walter Reed

American army surgeon prominent in proving that yellow fever is transmitted by mosquitoes. Born Belroi, Virginia. Died Washington.

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine, USA

1 memorial
Sir Alexander Fleming

Sir Alexander Fleming

Born Lochfield, Scotland. Pharmacologist and bacteriologist who discovered penicillin in 1927. However he did not realise the significance and it was not until 1940 that Florey and Chain demonstrat...

Person, Medicine, Science, Seriously Famous, Scotland

6 memorials