Back to All Events

Finstock Local History Society: ‘… the constant terror of this loathsome & fatal disease’, by Dr Rosemary Leadbeater

Mr Edward Lyster.jpg

Examining the susceptibility to smallpox in young families in Oxfordshire and the contribution made by local inoculation practice towards controlling the disease, within the context of eighteenth-century medical care. Finstock’s own smallpox airing house was located near White’s Barn. Rosemary is a member of staff at Oxford Brookes University.

All meetings are at 8.00pm on Fridays (unless otherwise stated) at Finstock Village Hall, OX7 3BU. Refreshments are available from 7.35pm.

www.facebook.com/FinstockLocalHistorySociety
finstocklocalhistorysociety@gmail.com

Earlier Event: October 14
Dominoes Social Evening
Later Event: October 21
The Buffalo Skinners