Small pox death notices


Dec. 26, in London, aged 21 years, Mr. Henry William Lewer, second son of Mr. Edward Lewer, of Wimborne Minster, a Medical Student of King’s College, and one of the Clinical Clerks, from small pox taken whilst attending his professional duties connected with the hospital of that establishment, to the great grief of his family and friends, and deservedly respected by the Professors and his fellow-students. [Dorset County Chronicle 01/01/1852 p4].


HOOK. –Dec. 3, at Wimborne, of smallpox, James Hook, late gardener in the employ of T. Rawlins, Esq., aged 24. [Dorset County Chronicle 07/12/1864 p20].