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Finchley 1895

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Finchley]

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Table B. _-Table of Population, Births, and of New Cases of Infectious Sickness , coming to the

knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health, during the Year 1895, in the Finchley District ; Classified According to Diseases, Ages and Localities.

Names of Localities adopted for the purpose of these Statistics; Public Institutions being shown as separate localities.Population at all Ages,Registered Births.Aged under 5 or over 5.New Cases of Sickness in each Locality coming to the Knowledge of the Medical Officer of Health.Number of such Cases Removed from their homes in the several Localities for Treatment in Isolation Hospital.
Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Fevers.Erysipelas.Scarlatina.Diphtheria.Enteric or Typhoid Fever.
Census 1891.Estimated to middle of 1895.
Enteric or Typhoid.Puerperal.
Under 524
East Finchley7,3015 upwds4367
Under 5
Church End3,9455 upwds233112
Under 512211
North Finchley4,7245 upwds852242
Under 541
Whetstone2,4255upwds65134
Totals16,41918,398466Under 576221
5 upwds201612113822
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“Notification of Infectious Disease" has been compulsory in the District since January 1st, 1890. Those
patients who were removed to Hospital were either taken to the Local Scarlet Fever Hospital, North
Finchley, or to the Sick Children's Hospital, Great Ormond-street.


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