Died of fever

  • Alice May Brown (1878–1884) of Unionville, Ontario (scarlet)
  • Ethel Alberta Brown (1881–1884) of Unionville, Ontario (scarlet)
  • John Burke (1796–1839) of Claremorris, county Mayo
  • Frances Henrietta Colvin (1842–1870) of Folkestone, Kent (scarlet)
  • Dr. James Ferguson (d.1784) of Belfast
  • Charles Edward Huggins (1867–1912) of Halifax, Nova Scotia (scarlet)
  • Samuel Carson Huggins (1825–1865) of Dungannon, county Tyrone
  • Mary (Young) McLister (1870–1952) of Akron, Ohio (lung fever)
  • Hugh Montgomery Ferguson (1876–1908) of Dunmurry, Lisburn (enteric)
  • Stirling Kellett Oakes (1878–1902) of Londonderry
  • Gerald Seymour Sankey Marshall (1866–1897) of Assam, India (malaria)
  • William Henry Sloan (1900–1915) of Corbrackey (cerebro-spinal fever)
  • Alexander David Turnbull (1819–1864) of Calcutta (remittant fever)

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