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From: "Colin Moretti" <>
Subject: Re: [UK-W&H] RE: Small Pox Hospital Fulham
Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 15:41:08 +0100
and search for the hospital. The database lists the records available and
where they are held
I'm a member of the Anglo-Italian Family History Society
Looking for MORETTI, PAGLIANO, BARGMAN, in London
TYAS, IVESON, WOOD, ABBOTT in Yorkshire
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Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 3:27 PM
Subject: [UK-W&H] RE: Small Pox Hospital Fulham
> I have a DC for James Cook 23 yrs old who died at this hospital above and
> would like any suggestions on where or how to obtain records for this
> James died from Small Pox and his death was certified by T.
> Steward, Small Pox Hospital Fulham on 13 or 14 of July 1881, his
> Groom of Paddington. I do not know for sure if this is our James,
> I have been searching for information on James Thomas Cook for years and
> seems he just dropped off the earth but with this DC I again start looking
> James. He is the correct age at his death, he was born in 1858, Plumstead,
> Kent. Last Census Record I find James on is the 1871, Newington Surrey. He
> was 13
> years old at that time, also the last find of any sort for James.
> So, where do I go from here? Would this hospital be on this list or not?
> Would any sort of information be listed in the records such as wife's
> address, or any other information that may give me an idea of my next
> direction to
> go? Any help appreciated.
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