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It was thought that the application of such preventive measures helped reduce the spread of cholera in Bristol during that time.
Although his primary research focused on typhoid fever, he also suggested, along with English physician John Snowthat cholera was a waterborne disease. Budd died inthe same year that the typhoid bacillus, Salmonella typhiwas isolated. We welcome suggested improvements to any of our articles. You can make it easier for us to review and, hopefully, publish your contribution by keeping a few points in mind.
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Father of Tony, Diana and John. Second daughter of George and Lavinia. Husband of Audrey Flora. Husband of Agnes Conchessa. Mother of Lorraine and Denise. Wife of Gordon, mother of Kenneth and Graeme.
Father of Donna and Kathy. Wife of alan, mother of Pamela and Peter. Husband of Vera, father of Graham and Peter. Wife of Keith, mother of Graham and Peter. Mother of Irene, Frank, Kathryn. His widow moved with her parents to Minnesota Territory in settling in Dodge County.
Decents that still have the name have moved to Michigan, Washington, and California.
Several are still in Minnesota. A few years ago my father contacted the Mormon Church which has a record of the Stoke Gabriel story.
From a tour book, I found that the manor house still exists and is now a hotel. Currently in Australia there are more than Churchwards listed in Australian telephone directories and as far as I can ascertain at least half of these are descendants of my great grandfather Samuel Churchward who migrated from Devon to Adelaide in the early 's to become second master at Prince Alfred College. Aircraft intercepted and shot down at This was the 50th claim by Major Werner Hoffman who claimed total of 51 kills by war end from which he survived. Born on 13th January at Stettin.
Surrendered to British troops on the 7th May. Following three months internment in the prison camp at Wiedelah, Hoffmann was released. He studied pharmacy and opened a Dispensary at Goslar in Harz. He died on the 08th July Kevin Patrick Muncer DFC was found by a farmer with his arm missing and was taken to the farmhouse where the farmer's wife made a tourniquet out of bailing twine, stopped the bleeding and saved his life.
He was taken prisoner but eventually made it home safely. All his crew except the navigator lost their lives. After the war he was contacted by the farmer whose son was a PoW working on a farm in Scotland, with a heartfelt plea. Please would Kevin contact the authorities and explain that they had saved the life of a British airman and could they have their son back in recognition of this.