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  1. Cheadle lunatic asylum records

    I need a researcher on the ground to access records for 1872 onward for my ancestor who was a patient until her death in 1902. The family would like her case records for historical and medical information. If anyone can recommend a researcher I would be very grateful. Thank you.

    Started by CherryWalker‎, 15-03-2018 6:33 PM
    asylum, insane, lunatic, patient, researcher
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    20-01-2019, 2:58 PM Go to last post
  2. Rose Mary Malone - Midwife

    Hello, I am trying to trace Rose Mary Malone who was a midwife. In 1935 she was working as a midwife in St Johns Wood and living at 54 Wellington Road, St Johns Wood. She was enrolled as a midwife on 23 Feb 1931 according to "UK, The Midwives Roll 1904 -1959". The 1939 record shows her as a...

    Started by Diamond‎, 14-10-2018 7:57 AM
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    18-10-2018, 9:05 PM Go to last post
  3. Cause of Death

    36 yo female,1847. Cause of death on certificate "Consumption Indefinite Certified" Any suggestions as to where Indefinite, comes into it, would be welcome. Steve.

    Started by NOTSHARP‎, 05-03-2018 9:40 PM
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    06-03-2018, 11:17 AM Go to last post
  4. Bert Clark (1914 - 2002)

    Hi ! Looking for any information on Bert(ram) Clark. He was my partner's father. He was in the Royal Army Medical Corps during WWII. He went to Scotland although was supposed to go to Norway for mountain training. He was at Arnhem. Would love to find out more about his military career. He...

    Started by Andy Gutsell‎, 25-02-2018 10:21 PM
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    27-02-2018, 2:52 PM Go to last post
  5. Dr Arthur Charles Kingsgate Yates 1896-1965

    I am seeking living relatives of Dr Arthur Charles Kingsgate Yates, aka Tim Yates. He was born in Australia in 1896 to William Hatfield Yates and Eleanor Jane Bourke, the last of five children - Eleanor (b 1884), Muriel Annie (b 1886), Evelyn (b 1887) and Lilian Agnes (b 1889) He gained his medical...

    Started by dogaholic‎, 28-11-2017 5:20 PM
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    03-12-2017, 1:02 AM Go to last post
  6. Glasgow Univ Medical Students, c 1919

    Hello, I am wondering if anyone has access to a listing of first year medical students from the University of Glasgow, for 1919 (+/- 1 year). My information is that Eliza Lawson entered the school in 1919, and then withdrew at the end, or in, her first year. I would love to find a primary...

    Started by OntarioGal‎, 14-03-2017 4:16 AM
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    14-03-2017, 9:16 AM Go to last post
  7. Cholera epidemics 19th century

    Whilst researching life on prison hulks I came across the following information which I thought might be of interest to others. There were two significant cholera epidemics in the mid 19th century: one in 1848 and the second in 1854. In 1848 53,000 people in England and Wales lost their...

    Started by Megan Roberts‎, 08-03-2017 9:48 PM
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  8. Question TB in 1930s

    Hi my dad was in hosptial when he was a child with TB he spent nearly 5yrs there. I am trying to find out where this hospital is . The hospital was run by nuns my dad lived in Bidford on Avon where might he have been sent

    Started by 234tan‎, 08-11-2016 5:50 PM
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    10-11-2016, 5:04 PM Go to last post
  9. skeletal remains

    Can any one tell me how accurately a persons height can be determined from a complete skeleton? I am guessing fairly accurately! but is it 100% accurate? Thanks Graham.

    Started by grahamwilk‎, 29-02-2016 6:26 PM
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    29-02-2016, 7:28 PM Go to last post
  10. Lip cancer terminology query

    On the death certificate, there is just one word I can't read. The poor man died of lower lip cancer which spread to his lymph glands and then a heart attack. It's a word that seems to begin with an E and ends with 'lioma'? It looks a bit like 'Essuthlioma of Lip (Lower). Any ideas, please?

    Started by Jessie 888‎, 14-01-2016 2:26 PM
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    15-01-2016, 11:59 AM Go to last post
  11. Hospital patients in census returns

    Good evening I understand that the census record people actually physically present at a certain address on the night of the census. Presumably then everybody is listed somewhere, either at home or visiting. I have come up against a brick wall with a couple of female ancestors (married)....

    Started by mamiesue‎, 09-12-2015 6:27 PM
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    10-12-2015, 10:43 PM Go to last post
  12. St. George's Hospital, Queens Ward

    I recently learnt that my great great grandmother, Eliza Cracknell (born Davy) fell ill on consumption and was admitted to the St. George's Hospital, Queen's Ward, in 1843. She normally lived in Westminster, London. I can't seem to pinpoint which St. George's Hospital, and I can't find a...

    Started by PamG‎, 11-08-2015 1:05 AM
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    12-08-2015, 7:50 AM Go to last post
  13. How could I find Dr. Holloway pre 1640?

    Dr. John Holloway (Hollowaye, Halloway, etc) came from England to Virginia at least by 1637 when he cured an ulcer in the throat of my ancestor, John Nuthall. The good Dr. Holloway died in 1643, and his widow, Elizabeth, became one of my grandmothers way back when she married John Nuthall and...

    Started by charlie64‎, 06-06-2015 8:07 PM
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    06-06-2015, 9:57 PM Go to last post
  14. Cause of death - Fever in the Spirits?

    Happily just found a burial record for an ancestor on Anc*. She died in Hornby, Lancs. in 1791 of consumption. The second entry on the page gives the cause of death as "Fever in the Spirits" (capitals as recorded). Anyone come across this term before? I never have. The next one is recorded as...

    Started by DianaCanada‎, 08-12-2014 9:48 PM
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    14-12-2014, 9:11 PM Go to last post
  15. Question Death from Tuberculosis in a Mental Hospital

    The story in my family is that my uncle became ill & as a result had to go to the local mental hospital where he died in 1937.aged 35 years So far so good sent for death cert expecting to see syphillus or some other possible cause. However the death Cert shows Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Was mental...

    Started by AnnHood‎, 05-09-2014 1:25 PM
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    08-09-2014, 1:55 PM Go to last post
  16. Pyrena

    Can anyone please identify a medical condition which is mentioned in a newspaper report of 1917 concerning a soldier? It says, "He has been in England for some months owing to pleurisy and pyrena." I have Googled 'pyrena' and come up with nothing medical. (I have checked the scan I took of this...

    Started by Clarinetguy‎, 18-04-2014 7:19 PM
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    27-05-2014, 9:03 PM Go to last post
  17. Criminal lunatic

    (Moderators please move this if you think it should be somewhere else.) Oh dear! How was one classified a criminal lunatic? What crimes may they have committed? Where would they have been tried? I have just decided that the following criminal lunatic is almost certainly my ancestor. ...

    Started by spison‎, 03-01-2011 7:28 AM
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    25-04-2014, 2:14 AM Go to last post
  18. Military doctors

    Can anyone suggest how I can research the staff at the Neath Military Hospital when I don't know their names?

    Started by Neathant‎, 03-04-2014 2:07 PM
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    04-04-2014, 5:20 PM Go to last post
  19. Amelia Billings

    Miss Billings was Matron of 3rd Western Military Hospital at Neath during WW1. She was presented with the Royal Red Cross Medal Class 1.Does anyone have any more information?

    Started by Neathant‎, 27-02-2014 7:50 PM
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    01-03-2014, 10:47 AM Go to last post
  20. WW1 Scottish Medical Database

    I have just had notification that WW1 Scottish Medical Database listing: Index of Doctors in Scotland During The First World War has been put online at http://smsec.rcpe.ac.uk/

    Started by Pandad‎, 22-11-2013 11:06 AM
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