Outbreak of Typhoid Fever at Denaby.

June 1896

Mexborough & Swinton Times, June 19th, 1896

Outbreak Of Typhoid Fever At Denaby.

Typhoid fever is said to have broken out at Denaby Main.

On Tuesday the daughter of Mr. Hv. Marsh, 86, Doncaster Road, a young girl, until recently employed in domestic service near Bradford, was discovered to have contracted the disease, and on the case being reported by Dr. Twigg, she was at once removed in a cab to the hospital at Balby.

Since then one or two other cases have been notified.