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When researching her McGuire ancestors in Usworth in the early 1900s Susan McGuire became aware of the dreadful toil that teething problems took on infants in those years. Attached is her report on the fate of a relative of hers, set in the context of deaths from this cause in Usworth, the Chester le Street District (which back then included Usworth), Durham County and England and Wales

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