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*An index of [http://forebears.io/resources/medical?pid=1 Medical Genealogy Records in the UK], both civilian and military
 
*An index of [http://forebears.io/resources/medical?pid=1 Medical Genealogy Records in the UK], both civilian and military
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* [https://archive.org/stream/historyofepidemi02crei/historyofepidemi02crei_djvu.txt Full text of "A History of Epidemics in Britain"]
  
 
*[http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=33538&geo_a=r&o_iid=62817&o_lid=62817&o_sch=Web+Property UK Medical Registers, 1859-1959] ($ Ancestry.com)
 
*[http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=33538&geo_a=r&o_iid=62817&o_lid=62817&o_sch=Web+Property UK Medical Registers, 1859-1959] ($ Ancestry.com)

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  • Historic Hospital Admission Registers Project (HHARP) :  Database of admission records for the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow: 1883-1903. This database also includes admmissions for three London hospitals: The Hospital for Sick children at Great Ormond Street, the Evelina Hospital and the Alexandra Hospital for Children with Hip Disease: 1852-1914.
  • Vaccination against smallpox was compulsory in England and Wales from 1853 until 1948. A Vaccination Certificate was issued to the parents of each vaccinated child as proof that the vaccination had taken place. A sample of the vaccination certificate is found here.

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