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John Hyland, 48, Paper stainer

Occupation or role: Paper stainer
Age: 48
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 7 Apr 1881
Date of death: 9 Apr 1881
Disease (transcribed): Cerebral haemorrhage. Granular kidneys
Disease (standardised): Haemorrhage (Brain); Disease (Kidneys)
Admitted under the care of: Barclay, Andrew Whyte
Medical examination performed by: Owen, Herbert Isambard
Post mortem examination performed by: Myers, Arthur Thomas
Medical notes: 'He has been a paper stainer all his life using much lead, arsenic, copper & mercury. He was an in-patient of St George's 24 years ago with colic; he has had none since; no wrist drop. For the last 20 years he has had frequent long attacks of cough and dyspnoea; for the last ten at least much polyuria. He has been a heavy drinker up to 1870 but slightly moderated his excesses since then'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, brain

Type of incident: n/a

Ambrose Morgan, 22, Footman

Occupation or role: Footman
Age: 22
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 10 Jul 1881
Date of death: 18 Jul 1881
Disease (transcribed): Mitral disease. Hypertrophy. Adherent pericardium
Disease (standardised): Disease (Heart)
Admitted under the care of: Whipham, Thomas Tillyer
Medical examination performed by: Willis, Arthur Keith
Post mortem examination performed by: ? and Myers, Arthur Thomas
Medical notes: 'Seven years ago he had rheumatic fever; some oedema of legs followed, which disappeared after convalescence. He began to feel rheumatic pains in right calf of leg, then in left, about 13-14 days before admission'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, brain

Type of incident: n/a

Louisa Hodges, 16, General servant

Occupation or role: General servant
Age: 16
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 9 Jul 1881
Date of death: 17 Aug 1881
Disease (transcribed): Phthisis
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Whipham, Thomas Tillyer
Medical examination performed by: Zimmermann, Benjamin Frazier
Post mortem examination performed by: Myers, Arthur Thomas
Medical notes: 'She had smallpox in 1874 but beyond that can give no history of previous illness or discomfort. Menstruation normal. Until 4 days before admission she felt in excellent health: on trying to dress herself in the morning 4 days ago she found her hands and arms too weak to go on: with some difficulty she was helped downstairs and put to bed, where she lay on her back with flexed arms & wrists & much pain in the dorsal spine; she passed her water under her, would not move her arms to feed herself; no vomiting; slight headache; appetite good' no abdominal discomfort'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, abdomen, brain

Type of incident: n/a

Eliza Thompson, 45, Governess

Occupation or role: Governess
Age: 45
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 14 Oct 1881
Date of death: 28 Oct 1881
Disease (transcribed): Pneumonia. Cardiac dilatation
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lungs); Disease (Heart)
Admitted under the care of: Wadham, William
Medical examination performed by: Zimmermann, Benjamin Frazier
Post mortem examination performed by: Myers, Arthur Thomas
Medical notes: 'She can give no history of disease previous to 1874 when she had rheumatic fever 'along with smallpox'; she was laid up for 4 months; some subsequent shortness of breath & general impairment of health; no oedema until 3 weeks ago. She has been accustomed lately to take considerable doses of chloral & subcutaneous injections of morphia without medical advice'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, alimentary canal

Type of incident: n/a

Elizabeth Wilford, 23, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 23
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 19 Nov 1881
Date of death: 25 Nov 1881
Disease (transcribed): Typhoid
Disease (standardised): Typhoid fever (Systemic)
Admitted under the care of: Dickinson, William Howship
Medical examination performed by: Zimmermann, Benjamin Frazier
Post mortem examination performed by: Myers, Arthur Thomas
Medical notes: 'The patient on admission was not in a condition to give any very definite account of her illness & none other could be obtained. It appeared that about a month before her admission (whilst suckling a child 13 months old) she began to feel languid & suffer from headache; no rigor; headache gradually increased, and a fortnight later diarrhoea began with some abdominal pain & tenderness; thirst, feverishness & restless nights; no solid food taken for 4 weeks; no medical advice; she came up to London from Market Harborough on the day of her admission'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, abdomen, liver, spleen, kidneys, alimentary canal

Type of incident: n/a

Annie Tomlin, 19, General servant

Occupation or role: General servant
Age: 19
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 16 Dec 1881
Date of death: 20 Dec 1881
Disease (transcribed): Puerperal septicaemia. Acute peritonitis
Disease (standardised): Postpartum depression (Brain); Sepsis (Systemic); Peritonitis (Abdomen)

Admitted under the care of: Dickinson, William Howship
Medical examination performed by: Zimmermann, Benjamin Frazier
Post mortem examination performed by: Myers, Arthur Thomas
Medical notes: 'There was some tubercular history in the family: as a child she had frequent barking cough & swollen glands in the neck. The catamenia [menstruation] appeared at 13 and have of late years been irregular & painful, occurring as a rule every three weeks, & never absent, she says, more than 2 months. About Christmas 1879 she was laid up with 'overwork'. Since then she has been in good health, & has acted as a servant to a crêche. Six days before admission she described herself as feeling quite well. A day later menstruation began with diarrhoea and uch pain: she had several rigors next day and the diarrhoea increased with many feverish symptoms. She denied having noticed during her life any abdominal tumour.
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Lungs, heart, abdomen, generative organs, uterus, vagina, ovaries, alimentary canal, liver, spleen, kidneys

Type of incident: n/a

Ellen Lucas, 20, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 20
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 30 Aug 1843
Date of death: 4 Oct 1843
Disease (transcribed): Imperforate Vagina.
Disease (standardised): Imperforate (Vagina)
Admitted under the care of: Keate, Robert
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: n/a
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Abdomen and pelvis
Type of incident: n/a

Henry Harper, 1 ¾, [Child of] Porter

Occupation or role: [Child of] Porter
Age: 1 ¾
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 4 Feb 1888
Date of death: 10 Feb 1888
Disease (transcribed): Tubercular peritonitis
Disease (standardised): Tuberculosis (Abdomen); Peritonitis (Abdomen)
Admitted under the care of: Whipham, Thomas Tillyer
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'The child was in good health till 10 weeks before he came to the hospital. The first symptom noticed by the mother was abdominal swelling; the child appeared to be well, apart from this. He was taken to a dispensary. Dropsy was diagnosed’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Brain, abdomen, spleen, kidneys, liver, stomach, lungs, heart

Type of incident: n/a

Ellen Weller, 24, [Child of] Gardener

Occupation or role: [Child of] Gardener
Age: 24
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 10 Mar 1888
Date of death: 16 Mar 1888
Disease (transcribed): Abscess between stomach and diaphragm. Possibly started originally from a gastric ulcer. Bursting of the abscess into the general peritoneal cavity
Disease (standardised): Abscess (Stomach, diaphragm); Ulcer (Stomach)
Admitted under the care of: Cavafy, John
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'The father of the patient said that about a year before she came to St George’s she had an attack of ‘pleurisy’ and was ill for 5 months. The patient herself gave no account of an illness resembling pleurisy, but said she had suffered from palpitations and ‘globus’. When she came into the hospital she complained of pain at the lower part of the thorax’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Abdomen, liver, spleen, kidneys, ovaries, heart, lungs

Type of incident: n/a

Mary / Bridget Nolan, 28, Housemaid

Occupation or role: Housemaid
Age: 28
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 3 Apr 1888
Date of death: 8 Apr 1888
Disease (transcribed): Peritonitis?
Disease (standardised): Peritonitis (Abdomen)
Admitted under the care of: Cavafy, John
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'The patient was in good health till 4 years before her admission. She then had an attack of acute rheumatism: this lasted for three weeks. For several months before she came to the hospital she had abdominal pain occasionally: the pain was worse after food’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Peritoneum, bladder, small intestine

Type of incident: n/a

Joseph Collard, 64, Bricklayer

Occupation or role: Bricklayer
Age: 64
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 28 Jun 1888
Date of death: 12 Jul 1888
Disease (transcribed): Aortic stenosis with vegetations. Aortic incompetence. Hypertrophy of left ventricle. Scar of healed gastric ulcer
Disease (standardised): Disease (Heart); Ulcer (Stomach)
Admitted under the care of: Cavafy, John
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'The patient’s father had gout. The man said he had suffered from rheumatism, and that he was first laid up with it 30 years before he came to the hospital, and was ill for 2 months. He had many attacks and the last was in January 1888. There was some doubt as to the nature of the attacks from which he suffered; it seemed likely that they were gout. His big toe, he said, was always first affected, and was red and shiny. He was a considerable drinker of beer. His average was half a gallon a day, and on festive occasions he drank more’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Brain, thorax, pleurae, lungs, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, stomach, intestines

Type of incident: n/a

William Dron, 65, Decorator

Occupation or role: Decorator
Age: 65
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 15 Aug 1888
Date of death: 22 Aug 1888
Disease (transcribed): Actinomycosis
Disease (standardised): Actinomycosis
Admitted under the care of: Whipham, Thomas Tillyer and Gamgee, Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Dickinson, William Lee
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'The man had measles and scarlatina when young, and when he was about 25 fell and hurt his spine, but he soon recovered. He denied having had syphilis. In 1887 he had abscesses in his abdominal wall and was treated in University College Hospital by Dr Roberts and Mr Beck. He was in the hospital 4 months […] Two months before he came to St George’s he went to Eastbourne. He stayed there a month’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Pleurae, lungs, heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, brain, spinal cord

Type of incident: n/a

Henry Lawrence, 26, Stableman

Occupation or role: Stableman
Age: 26
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 9 Oct 1888
Date of death: 5 Nov 1888
Disease (transcribed): Empyema in right pleural cavity. Collapse of right lung with small patches of consolidation and small abscesses
Disease (standardised): Empyema (Lungs); Collapse (Lungs); Abscess (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Rouse, James
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Bull, William C.
Medical notes: 'None obtainable excepting that he had left his home for many months & had been living a hand to mouth life. He got his hand out in a chaff milling machine’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Abdomen, thorax, heart, lungs, spleen, kidneys, bladder, testes, liver, brain

Type of incident: n/a

Catherine Parkin, 62, Widow

Occupation or role: Widow
Age: 62
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 7 Nov 1888
Date of death: 15 Dec 1888
Disease (transcribed): New growth (sarcoma) of thyroid body. Pneumonia of right lung
Disease (standardised): Sarcoma (Thyroid gland); Pneumonia (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Turner, George Robertson
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: n/a
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Thorax, lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, spleen, stomach, intestines

Type of incident: n/a

Elizabeth Munns, 24, Housemaid

Occupation or role: Housemaid
Age: 24
Gender: Female
Date of admission: 13 Dec 1888
Date of death: 18 Dec 1888
Disease (transcribed): Anaemia. Thrombosis of cortical veins over right cerebral hemisphere. Hemorrhages into right hemisphere
Disease (standardised): Anaemia (Systemic); Thrombosis (Brain); Haemorrhage (Brain)
Admitted under the care of: Ewart, William
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'The woman was a servant. She had generally had good health. She said that about six years before she came to the hospital she had measles, and four years later her tonsils were ‘cut out’. She had always been anaemic, but her catamenia [menstruation] were regular’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Skull, brain, liver, spleen, kidneys, bladder, uterus, ovaries, stomach, intestines, tongue, oesophagus, teeth, lungs, heart

Type of incident: n/a

Henry Lewis, 52, Cabinet maker

Occupation or role: Cabinet maker
Age: 52
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 25 Feb 1887
Date of death: 3 Mar 1887
Disease (transcribed): Pyaemia
Disease (standardised): Sepsis (Systemic)
Admitted under the care of: Dickinson, William Howship
Medical examination performed by: Slater, Charles
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'Has generally had good health but 12 months ago attended here as OP [out-patient] & was told he had disease of his kidneys. He had been worried & out of work of late'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: pleurae, lungs, pericardium, heart, peritoneum, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, bladder, stomach, intestines, knee joint
Illustrations: NoChart
Type of incident: n/a

Charlotte Lanchbury, 54, Maid

Occupation or role: Maid
Age: 54
Date of admission: 15 Oct 1920
Date of death: 22 Nov 1920
Disease (transcribed): Subacute nephritis, fatty degeneration of heart, and acute dilatation
Disease (standardised): Nephritis (Kidney); Disease (Heart); Dilatation (Indeterminate);
Admitted under the care of: Latham, Arthur Carlyle
Medical examination performed by: Bull, Henry Cecil Herbert
Post mortem examination performed by: n/a
Medical notes: 'History. Six weeks ago she began to vomit and had pain in the stomach and in the legs, she also had an outbreak of purple spots on the legs'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Brain, larynx, trachea, pleurae, lungs, pulmonary vessels, pericardium, heart, coronary vessels, peritoneal cavity, liver, gall bladder, glands, spleen, pancreas, suprarenals, kidneys, ureters, bladder, stomach, intestines, appendix, genital organs

Type of incident: n/a

Charlotte Farmar, 57, [Occupation not stated]

Occupation or role: [Occupation not stated]
Age: 57
Date of admission: 6 Dec 1920
Date of death: 13 Dec 1920
Disease (transcribed): Encephalitis lethargica (?)
Disease (standardised): Encephalitis (Brain);
Admitted under the care of: Collier, James Stansfield
Medical examination performed by: Bull, Henry Cecil Herbert
Post mortem examination performed by: Donaldson, Robert
Medical notes: 'History. 3 weeks ago she had a normal confinement. Ten days ago she became dull and quiet and a week later developed weakness of the legs, was semi-comatose and incontinent. No headache or vomiting'
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Brain, larynx, trachea, pleurae, lungs, pulmonary vessels, pericardium, heart, aortic and pulmonary valves, coronary vessels, aorta, peritoneum, liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, suprarenals, kidneys, ureters, bladder, uterus, tubes, ovaries, stomach, intestines, appendix, abdominal glands

Type of incident: n/a

John Brown , 25, [No occupation stated]

Occupation or role: [No occupation stated]
Age: 25
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 4 Sep 1843
Date of death: 29 Dec 1843
Disease (transcribed): Emphysema.
Disease (standardised): Emphysema (Lung)
Admitted under the care of: Wilson, James Arthur
Medical examination performed by: n/a
Post mortem examination performed by: n/a
Medical notes: n/a
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Thorax and abdomen
Type of incident: n/a

John Cox, 40, Labourer

Occupation or role: Labourer
Age: 40
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 17 Jan 1888
Date of death: 26 Jan 1888
Disease (transcribed): Tetanus
Disease (standardised): Tetanus (Systemic)
Admitted under the care of: Haward, John Warrington
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Bull, William C.
Medical notes: 'The man was a drunkard. There was some history of epilepsy, the first fit having occurred 4 years & the last 8 months previous to his accident. He was knocked down by a cart, the wheel of which passed over his right knee’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Right thigh, cranium, lungs, heart, spleen, spinal cord (‘inquest case … No lesions found at PM in any way explaining the cause of death, except the wound in the right thigh’)

Type of incident: Trauma / accident

John Sutton, 67, Clerk

Occupation or role: Clerk
Age: 67
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 16 Jan 1888
Date of death: 28 Jan 1888
Disease (transcribed): Purulent meningitis over the surface of the right hemisphere of the brain following injury
Disease (standardised): Meningitis (Brain); Injury (Brain)
Admitted under the care of: Haward, John Warrington
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Bull, William C.
Medical notes: '[No history] obtainable. He had been drinking. Usually drunk gin. He was not deaf before the accident. He was riding in a [?] & was thrown out. He could not remember the accident’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Cranium, ears, spleen, kidneys, liver, lungs, larynx, heart, pericardium (‘inquest case’)

Type of incident: Accident

Morris Lloyd, 50, Coachman

Occupation or role: Coachman
Age: 50
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 1 Feb 1888
Date of death: 7 Feb 1888
Disease (transcribed): Suppurative orchitis, pus in the spermatic cords. Suppuration in and about the vesiculae seminales. Pyaemia
Disease (standardised): Orchitis (Testicles); Suppuration (Spermatic cords, seminal glands); Sepsis (Systemic)
Admitted under the care of: Whipham, Thomas Tillyer
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'The patient’s penis was removed in 1885 at St Thomas’s Hospital. The reason for the operation is not known. No record was kept of the case at that hospital’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Abdomen, testicles, kidneys, bladder, spleen, liver, thorax, lungs, heart, brain

Type of incident: n/a

William Coe, 45, Stableman

Occupation or role: Stableman
Age: 45
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 9 Feb 1888
Date of death: 13 Feb 1888
Disease (transcribed): Lobar pneumonia
Disease (standardised): Pneumonia (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Cavafy, John
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'The patient was in the hospital in January 1884. He had then had several attacks of gout, but on his first admission was suffering from sub-acute rheumatism. He came in again in June 1885, he then had gout […] In March 1886 he again had gout’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Lungs, heart, spleen, kidneys, liver, stomach, intestines, brain

Type of incident: n/a

Charles Allen, 29, Potman

Occupation or role: Potman
Age: 29
Gender: Male
Date of admission: 2 Apr 1888
Date of death: 6 Apr 1888
Disease (transcribed): Numerous pyaemic patches of consolidation in the lungs. The primary source of infection was not found
Disease (standardised): Sepsis (Lungs)
Admitted under the care of: Whipham, Thomas Tillyer and Gamgee, Arthur
Medical examination performed by: Penrose, Francis George
Post mortem examination performed by: Sisley, Richard
Medical notes: 'When he first came to the hospital he told the house physician that six days before admission he had pain in the loins; that he had had neither diarrhoea nor constipation and that that morning he had shivered & felt sick, but had not vomited. He denied having drunk to excess’
Body parts examined in the post mortem: Body parts examined: Abdomen, lungs, heart, spleen, kidneys, brain

Type of incident: n/a

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