The Foundation anticipates compiling a database of illnesses and causes of death reflected in death certificates and other records pertaining to Hungerfords and associated family names.
The expectation is that compilation of a large set of data likely will show patterns pointing to medical conditions that Members may want to investigate as medical risks affecting their own health.
The Foundation is soliciting expressions of interest from Members who could volunteer their time in the compilation of those records into the database.
|Full Name||Cause of Death||Date of Death|
|Smith, Henry Warren||Yellow Fever||24 Jul 1847|
|Hungerford, Richard Charles||Yellow Fever||1870|
|Jenkins, Mary Elizabeth||Yellow Fever||1870|
|Huntington, Horace Augustus||Yellow Fever||9 Dec 1819|
|Hosmer, Jonathan||Yellow Fever||1795|
|Lee, Joseph||Yellow Fever||16 Jul 1821|
|Lee, George||Yellow Fever||1840|
|Baker, Joseph||Yellow Fever||24 Jul 1825|
|Morgan-Grenville, Richard George Grenville||WWI casualty||19 Dec 1914|
|Chapman, Cecil Sutton||WWI||5 Sep 1916|
|Boyle, Claude Richard Hungerford||Wounds received on the Somme in WWI.||20 Nov 1917|
|Lakin, Gerald Michael||Wounds received in North Africa||20 Feb 1943|
|Hungerford, Harold Aubrey||Wounds received in battle at Gallipoli||24 Aug 1915|
|Baring, Francis Anthony||Wounds received in action in France||1940|
|Combe, Robert Tristram||Wounds received in action at Dunkirk||1940|
|Markham, Ronald Antony||Wounds received in action||1914|
|Ponsonby, Gerald Maurice||Wounds received in action||1914|
|Montagu, Edward||Wounds received in action||8 May 1799|
|Hungerford, William Henry||Wounds received from the Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia||20 Dec 1862|
|Peel, Hugh William Jardine Ethelston||Wounds received from combat.||1945|
|Weld-Forester, Arthur Orlando Wolston Cecil||Wounds received at Ypres.||1914|
|Hungerford, Darius||Wounds received at the Wilderness Battle||24 Jun 1864|
|Schomberg, Charles||Wounds received at the Battle of Marsaglia||1693|
|Hurt, Henry Francis Eden||Wounds received at the Battle at Inkerman.||1854|
|Lyttelton, John Anthony||Wounds received at Anzio, Italy||24 Feb 1944|
|Titus, Mitchell Ray||Workplace accident||5 May 2019|
|Wilson, Albion Walter||Work related accident; fell to his death from a rail overpass; dc states compound fractured skull & broken neck||12 Jan 1959|
|Smyth, Todd||Work accident||16 Feb 2008|
|Hungerford, Affra Lillian||Whooping cough and pneumonia||24 Sep 1910|
|Curzon-Howe, Leicester Charles Assheton St. John||While on active service||21 Feb 1941|
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