Catalogue description Folios 1-2: copy of daily sick book (continued): Folio 2: William Barnett, aged 23,...

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Folios 1-2: copy of daily sick book (continued):

  • Folio 2: William Barnett, aged 23, sailor; sick or hurt, rheumatism; put on sick list 29 July 1839, discharged 2 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Joseph Smith, aged 38, sail maker; sick or hurt, cold; put on sick list 1 August 1839, discharged 6 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: William Harding, aged 23, sailor; sick or hurt, rheumatism; put on sick list 1 August 1839, discharged 4 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: John Connor, aged 18, boy; sick or hurt, cold; put on sick list 1 August 1839, discharged 3 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Isaac Newton, aged 23, sailor; sick or hurt, cold; put on sick list 1 August 1839, discharged 6 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Edward Alexander, aged 17, boy; sick or hurt, cold; put on sick list 1 August 1839, discharged 6 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: William Stubbs, aged 21, convict; sick or hurt, ophthalmia; put on sick list 3 August 1839, discharged 7 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Jesse Sherlock, aged 25, convict; sick or hurt, dysentery; put on sick list 6 August 1839, discharged 14 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: William Harding (B), aged 21, sailor; sick or hurt, intermittent fever; put on sick list 6 August 1839, discharged 18 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Robert Chatham, aged 22, soldier; sick or hurt, boil; put on sick list 13 August 1839, discharged 18 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Edward Smith, aged 22, convict; sick or hurt, contusion; put on sick list 16 August 1839, discharged 22 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Edward Goodwin, aged 25, convict; sick or hurt, dysentery; put on sick list 16 August 1839, discharged 22 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: James Brown, aged 31, convict; sick or hurt, ulcer; put on sick list 18 August 1839, discharged 30 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Peter Yates, aged 21, convict; sick or hurt, boil; put on sick list 18 August 1839, discharged 22 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Edmund Swaden, aged 60, convict; sick or hurt, scorbutic symptoms; put on sick list 20 August 1839, discharged 20 August 1839.
  • Folio 2: Charles Street, aged 26, convict; sick or hurt, scald; put on sick list 20 August 1839, discharged 20 August 1839.
  • Signed: Alexander Neill, surgeon R.N.

Folios 3-4: case no 1, James Quick, aged 48, convict; sick or hurt, epilepsy; put on sick list 20 August 1839, discharged 26 May 1839 convalescent.

Folios 4-5: case no 2, Richard Norwood, aged 21, private; sick or hurt, intermittent fever; put on sick list 23 May 1839, discharged 31 May 1839 cured.

Folios 5-6: case no 3, Jesse Sherlock, aged 25, convict; sick or hurt, fever; put on sick list 7 June 1839, discharged 19 June 1839 convalescent.

Folio 6: case no 4, William Winward, aged 32, convict; sick or hurt, dysentery; put on sick list 13 July 1839, discharged 18 July 1839 convalescent.

Folios 7-8: case no 5, Edward Goodwin, aged 25, convict; sick or hurt, dysentery; put on sick list 16 August 1839, discharged 22 August 1839 convalescent.

Folio 9: nosological return of cases mentioned in the journal.

Folios 9-11: Surgeon's general remarks regarding the embarkation of the guard from 51st regt, consisting of Captain Rea, Ensign Kelly, 29 rank and file, six women and five children at Deptford. On the 4th May the ship dropped down at Woolwich and fifty prisoners were embarked from the Justitia and another fifty from the Ganymede all in apparently good health. The surgeon also stated that dogs on such voyages were a great nuisance by making dirt on the decks.

Date: 1839
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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