Cholera epidemic

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There were two major outbreaks of Cholera in Guernsey in the 19th Century - one in 1832, and another in 1849.

1832 Outbreak

103 deaths

Date Name Age Date Name Age Date Name Age Date Name Age
17 Oct Jean Martin 34 20 Oct Joseph Williams 44 22 Oct William Turner infant 26 Oct Mrs Williams 68
18 Oct Anne Nichols 67 Jean Knight 34 Mrs Lambs 54 Anne Fitton 12
  Daniel Le Ray 32 21 Oct Leonard Courtil ? James Druce 45 Julie De Putron 12
19 Oct Mrs Robert 64 Jean Henry 69 Mrs Charlotte O'Neal 36 William Dayne 23
20 Oct Martha Hanna 30 Eliz. Torode 5.5 -- Paine -- Thomas Allen 23
  Prudence Le Ray 18m Capt. James 47 Helier de Jersey 51 Louise Fougere 2.5
  Laurence Vaudin 50 Mme Vionnee 50 William Torode 53 27 Oct Eliza Henry 6.5
  Mrs Dight 62 Eliz. Thomas 6 Lavinia Winter Torode 8 Marie White 46
  James Cochrane jnr 20 Louise M Thomas 4 Hannibal Shepherd 40 Albert Sheppard --
  M. Bonjean 26 Jean Le Huray 4 Nicolas Priaulx 19 Marie Gullick 44
  Charlotte Simons 12 Mrs Walker 53 23 Oct William Graves 30 28 Oct Marie Riley 54
  Chas. Gladstaines 44 Edith Davis 5 Marie Desperques 65 George Carr 16
  Dlle. Nicholas 43 Matthew J De Putron 9 Marie M Marquand 3.25 29 Oct Jean Priaulx 40
  Jean Herivel 9 Louise De Putron 9 Sara M Moore 8 30 Oct Thomas Gallier 27
  H James 2.5 Henriette Le Cheminant 26 Henriette James 7 Henri Gailliard 61
  Will. Matthews 50 Sophie Lowe 20 Sophie Sarre 11 Robert Hanna 56
  Robert Wood 60 Marguerite McKenzie 26 Thomas Lihou 11 Mrs Henry Kaines 32
  Henri Erp 36 George Rice 22 24 Oct Mrs Henry 64 Mrs Gladstaines 40
  M. Agnesse 40 -- Tregone 2 Eliz.Torode 4 31 Oct Mrs Sarah Browne 42
  Pierre Le Geyt 15 Pierre Du Four 6 Pierre Machon 61 William Searle 48
  Marguerite Dayne 50 Mrs Flight 67 Maire-Louise Torode 10 1 Nov Mrs Hailey 40
  Catherine Browne 5 Henry Coker 52 Marie Sharp 51 6 Nov Charles Rork 15
  Eliz. Moullin 11 Jemima Marquand 15m 25 Oct Henri Sandry 45 8 Nov Thomas Coles 60
  William Burnet 43 Sophie Vaudin 2 Pierre Perchard 40 Mrs du Puy --
  Archibald Hutchinson 16 James Guilliard 33 F.G. Hunt 3 9 Nov Samuel Moon 32
  Pierre Oliver 56 22 Oct Jean Fitton 7 William Ransom 40

1849 Outbreak

The first authenticated case was identified in the barracks at Fort Richmond near Vazon on 10 June, in a sailor who had accompanied the corpse of a cholera victim on a voyage from Rotterdam. By 1 August, it started spreading around St Peter Port: the Town Hospital, Manor Street and Smith Street.

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