Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Romford RDC]
Tables of mortality, &c., compiled according to the requirements of
the Local Government Board, are included with this report The birth
and death-rate for the last five years are shown in the following table.
The birth and death-rate for the last five year are shown in the following table.
|Dagenliam, Beacontree and Chadwell Heaths||35.8||11.08||35.2||12.7||36.2||15.04||31.5||13.1||29.4||11.4|
|Horncburch -||27.6||12.9||22 9||8.5||23.7||11.7||26.5||10.0||29.5||10.3|
|Upminster, Cranham, and Corbets Tey-||22.1||10.0||21.4||12.04||23.5||14.3||14.1||7.3||19.04||8.5|
|Great Warley||29 . 5||8.7||92.9||14.7||26.3||7.0||33.4||12.1||36.01||8.5|
|Rainham & Wennington||35.2||17.1||48.3||18.2||26.5||17.7||32.4||11.1||34.1||13.7|
Diseases of a zymotic character proved fatal in 12 instances. The
death-rate from this class of diseases for the entire district having been
0.6 per 1,000 of the population.