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Pepper Hill

Pepper Hill Hospital, St Giles (with the use of St. Bartholomew’s Almshouse near Cowley)

A hospital was built in 1832 at Pepper Hill, St Giles, with the use of St. Bartholomew’s Almhouse near Cowley, as a place of recovery for victims of the 1832 cholera epidemic. In total there were 184 cases with a mortality rate of 52%.

Records of Pepper Hill Hospital

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Last updated: 9 January, 2019