||28 Jul 1833
||Adderbury, Oxfordshire 
||3 Sep 1841
||Brackley, Northamptonshire [2, 3]
|Cause: scrofulous disease |
All Saints Church
- Scrofula was the name used for tuberculosis of the neck. It generally began with an infection in the lymph nodes in immunocomprised children and teens and progressed slowly with abscesses and pistulas developing in later stages. He died at 6 in the morning.
||Turner Collins Genealogy
||15 Apr 2010 |
||Henry MEADOWS, b. Abt 1777, d. 12 Mar 1837 |
||Hannah EDEN, b. 22 Jan 1796, Adderbury, Oxfordshire , d. 30 Sep 1835, Adderbury, Oxfordshire |
||22 May 1817
- [S240] *Family Search Int'l Genealogical Index, 95201; C022101.
- [S219] Death Index, England & Wales 1837-1915, Thomas Meadows; 1837; Jul-Aug-Sep; Brackley; 15; 131.
- [S223] Vital Record, Certified Copy, England, Death; 1841; Thomas Meadows; Brackley; author.
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