The couple's only daughter died of typhoid fever in 1903.
Their only child, a daughter, died of typhoid fever at an early age.
He and his wife had only five years together before she died of typhoid fever in 1939.
As a result, at least 18 people died from typhoid fever over the next several months.
In 1910, the death rate because of typhoid fever was 14 people 100,000.
Before she turned five, her mother died of typhoid fever.
However, he died before his father because of typhoid fever.
His father also died of a typhoid fever on March 26.
She died of typhoid fever in 1881, leaving him with three young children.
Here, like thousands of others, he came down with typhoid fever.
Which is also a symptom of enteric fever.
He died of enteric fever while serving in the Sudan.
Ague and enteric fever ran through the camps as summer came in.
He died of enteric fever in Johannesburg at the age of 37.
He later achieved the rank of surgeon major and died from enteric fever.
On 5 April 1928, aged just 37, Kilner died from enteric fever in the presence of his wife.
The official cause of his death is recorded as 'enteric fever (3 weeks) and peritonitis (24 hours)'.
He died in South Africa of enteric fever at the age of 62.
He was hospitalised in England for enteric fever from September.
Cameron died at 30, of enteric fever, soon after returning home from this tour.