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Cholera Epidemics of London
Reference book: "The Great Stink of London"
This is about Joseph Bazelgette who built all
the sewers of London. The London cholera outbreak of 1831-2 caused the
deaths of 6,536 people and there was a second outbreak in 1848-9 when
Cholera:The first case of 1853 in London was a sailor living at 10, Marine Street in Bermondsey, near the River Thames. The location of his home is shown in red. Jamaica Road at the south has replaced Bermondsey Low Road of 1859. The word "Road" to the northwest refers to Neckinger Road. The red dot indicates where the outbreak of cholera originated in 1854 from a sailor living at Marine Street, Bermondsey.
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