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 From the surgeon's log, HMS Terpsichore, 1809
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 Posted: Nov 8 2014, 06:46 PM
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George Thompson, aged 26, marine, taken ill at Lisbon, sprained ancle from falling down a ladder while storing ship; taken ill 17th May 1809, discharged 19th May 1809 to duty.

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Simon Gray, aged 35, armourer, taken ill at sea, a fracture of the thumb from being struck by a hammer; taken ill, 19th May 1809, discharged 30th May 1809 to duty.

George Everett, aged 27, marine, taken ill at Figuera de Foz, gunshot wound to the right leg; taken ill, 20th May 1809, discharged 12th June 1809 to duty.

Ronald Joyse, aged 23, marine, taken ill at Figuera de Foz, gunshot wound to the left shoulder; taken ill, 20th May 1809, dicharged 10th June 1809 to duty.

William Barrow, aged 22, captain's coxswain, taken ill at Figuera de Foz, gunshot wound to the chest and lung; taken ill, 20th May 1809, discharged 18th August 1809 to hospital in Gibraltar.

Jack Young, aged 23, able seaman, taken ill at Oporto, contusion on the left knee, much swelled and inflamed; taken ill, 24th May 1809, discharged 1st June 1809 to duty.

William Pascoe, aged 25, able seaman, taken ill at Oporto, cold shiverings followed by heat, headache, thirst, with a sickness at the stomach; taken ill, 24th May 1809, discharged 3rd June 1809 to duty.

Alley Sutter, aged 31, able seaman, taken ill at Oporto, cold shiverings followed by heat, headache, thirst, with a sickness at the stomach; taken ill, 24th May 1809, discharged 3rd June 1809 to duty.

Christopher Timlin, aged 28, ordinary seaman; taken ill at Oporto, venereal complaint; taken ill, 28th May 1809, discharged 9 June 1809 to duty.

Samuel Mulligan, aged 33, cooper; taken ill at Oporto, venereal complaint; taken ill, 28th May 1809, discharged 2 June 1809 to duty.

John Tuttle, aged 29, ordinary seaman; taken ill at sea, syphilis and has one large ulcer on the breast; taken ill, 29th May 1809; discharged 25th July 1809 to duty.

John Whistler, aged 45, caulker's mate; taken ill at sea, venereal complaint; taken ill, 29th May 1809; discharged 18th June 1809 to duty.

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William Taylor, aged 27, carpenter's mate, taken ill at sea, ulcer on the right knee in consequence of a wound from a rusty nail; taken ill, 30th May 1809, discharged 14th June 1809 to duty.

Patrick Brattle, aged 26, ordinary seaman, taken ill at sea, severe scalded on the left foot and ankle; taken ill, 1st June 1809, discharged 21st July 1809 to duty.

Andrew Bell, aged 27, able seaman, taken ill at sea, lame hand bruised his left hand in hooking one of the blocks; taken ill, 1st June 1809, discharged 18th July 1809 to duty.

George Joy, aged 20, ordinary seaman; taken ill at sea, contusion on the leg by a cask rolling against it; taken ill, 2nd June 1809, discharged 16 June 1809 to duty.

Thomas Hodge, aged 29, ordinary seaman, taken ill at sea, bruised by a violent blow on his left side by the jibb sheet; taken ill on 2nd June 1809, discharged 17th June 1809 to duty.

Tim Halfpenny, aged 26, able seaman, taken ill at sea, bruised fingers from handling the maintopgallant sail; taken ill on 2nd June 1809, discharged 15th June 1809 to duty.

Fingers Smith, aged 11, boy of the third class, taken ill at sea, sprained wrist from a fall on the gundeck; taken ill on 4th June 1809, discharged 12th June 1809 to duty.

John Seward, aged 27, able seaman, taken ill at sea, received one dozen lashes as punishment for fighting; taken ill on 5th June 1809, discharged 10th June 1809 to duty.

Jacob Chase, aged 23, able seaman, taken ill at sea, received one dozen lashes as punishment for fighting; taken ill on 10th June 1809, discharged 21st June 1809 to duty.

John Seward, aged 27, able seaman, taken ill at sea, received one dozen lashes as punishment for fighting, sentence given despite his being returned to duty after a similar punishment five days previous; taken ill on 10th June 1809, discharged 25th June 1809 to duty.

Andrew Shepherd, aged 15, Marine drummer, taken ill at sea, received one half-dozen strokes from the boy's cane for fighting; taken ill on 11th June 1809, discharged 20th June 1809 to duty.

Thomas Shepherd, aged 15, Marine drummer, taken ill at sea, received one half-dozen strokes from the boy's cane for fighting; taken ill on 11th June 1809, discharged 20th June 1809 to duty.

William Pascoe, aged 25, able seaman, taken ill at sea, struck by the master's mate with his fist on the lower jaw at the chin as a result of neglect of duty; taken ill, 16th June 1809; discharged 25th June 1809 to duty.

Benjamin Farmer, aged 54, boatswain's yeoman, taken ill at sea, pain in the neck of the bladder with difficulty in making water, taken ill, 20th June 1809; discharged 28th June 1809 to duty.

Andrew Bell, aged 28, able seaman, taken ill at sea, dislocation of right shoulder by a fall off the boat tier; taken ill, 22nd June 1809, discharged 15th July 1809 to duty.

Hamish Stewart, aged 32, master's mate, taken ill at sea, violent cough; taken ill, 25th June 1809, discharged 28th June 1809 to duty.

Joseph Crabtree, aged 28, able seaman, taken ill at sea, fractured radius by a fall down the fore companionway; taken ill, 2nd July 1809; discharged 29th July 1809 to duty.

Jacob Chase, aged 23, able seaman, taken ill at sea, received one dozen lashes as punishment for fighting; taken ill on 3rd July 1809, discharged 12th July 1809 to duty.

John Seward, aged 27, able seaman, taken ill at sea, received one dozen lashes as punishment for fighting; taken ill on 3rd July 1809, discharged 12th 1809 to duty.

Eamon Rutland, aged 30, boatswain's mate, taken ill at sea, violent headache with cough; taken ill, 5th July 1809; discharged 14th July 1809 to duty.

Samuel Mulligan, aged 33, cooper, taken ill at sea, venereal complaint; taken ill, 18th July 1809, discharged 27th July 1809 to duty.

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Leif Henricksson, aged 30, captain of the maintop, taken ill at sea, fractured thigh in two places by a fall from the rigging; taken ill, 4th August 1809, discharged 18th August 1809 to hospital at Gibraltar.

John Ebbs, aged 35, able seaman, taken ill at sea, hernia; taken ill, 7th August 1809, discharged 18th August 1809 to hospital at Gibraltar.

Jack Young, aged 26, able seaman, taken ill at sea, fracture of the first joint of the great toe on right foot; taken ill 7th August 1809, discharged 25th August 1809 to duty.

Edward McElwee, aged 28, captain of the foretop, taken ill at sea, pain in head and back; taken ill, 9th August 1809, discharged 17th August 1809 to duty.

Joseph Gordon, aged 28, ordinary seaman, taken ill at sea, scalded foot, parts blistered and very painful; taken ill, 10th August 1809, discharged 18th August 1809 to hospital at Gibraltar.

Mister Albert Savage, aged 54, master's mate, taken ill at sea, rheumatism; taken ill 13th August 1809, discharged 15th August 1809 to duty.

Joseph Greenstreet, aged 25, able seaman, taken ill at Gibraltar, bruised head and shoulder from a fall; taken ill, 18th August 1809, discharged 30th August 1809 to duty.

Simon Higgins, aged 26, marine, taken ill at Gibraltar, severely bruised wrist and elbow and broken nose; taken ill 18th August 1809, discharged 2nd September 1809 to duty.

Benjamin Farmer, aged 54, boatswain's yeoman, taken ill at Gibraltar, fell down the hold and bruised his shoulders and breast; taken ill, 19th August 1809, discharged 1st September 1809 to duty.

William Reece, aged 20, marine, taken ill at Gibraltar, sprained foot and ankle parts much swelled and painful; taken ill, 19th August 1809, discharged 26th August 1809 to duty.

Robert Dickin, aged 25, marine, taken ill at Gibraltar, strained himself violently by over lifting, pain in back; taken ill, 19th August 1809, discharged 28th August 1809 to duty.

Samuel Mulligan, aged 33, cooper, taken ill at sea, venereal complaint; taken ill, 26th August 1809, discharged 15th September 1809 to duty.

George Williams, aged 29, carpenter's mate, taken ill at sea, venereal complaint; taken ill, 26th August 1809, discharged 12th September 1809 to duty.

Albert Ware, aged 25, marine, taken ill at sea, venereal complaint; taken ill, 27th August 1809, discharged 10th September to duty.

Benjamin Morgan, aged 20, marine, taken ill at sea, wound to the right hand by the ramrod passing between the metacarpal bones of the fore and middle fingers whilst loading his musquet, the piece accidentally going off; taken ill, 1st September 1809, discharged 16th November 1809 to light duties.

Thomas Boyles, aged 26, captain of the maintop, taken ill at sea, pain and heaviness in the stomach; taken ill, 3rd September 1809, discharged 11th September 1809 to duty.

Robert Flint, aged 33, armourer's mate, taken ill at sea, wound to the left palm from an axe he was sharpening; taken ill, 3rd September 1809, discharged 10th September 1809 to duty.

Lieutenant Sebastian Sewell, aged 25, marine, taken ill at sea, want of appetite and lassitude with nausea and dizziness; taken ill, 5th September 1809 -

Cross Johnson, aged 31, marine, taken ill at sea, received one dozen lashes as punishment for drunkenness; taken ill on 7th September 1809, discharged 13th September 1809 to duty.

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