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Louis Garneray

Garneray was a sailor, captured by the British in 1806

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King James’ Gate

Built in 1687

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Health and Hospitals

"I have seen many changes in diseases. I was nursing in 1939 in a children's hospital. I have seen diseases you don't get now, such as Osteomyelitis disease of the bones and Bovine TB from milk, if it wasn't pasteurised. I was in an operating theatre before I was 17. I was a health visitor […]

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