Doctor Barry, 1800, on ‘Shinach’ (Small Pox) and practice in Cork of inoculation with Cow Pox 50 years before Dr Jenner’s vaccination and late 18th century inoculations by Mr. Goodwin, Bantry, West Cork.
Mr Goodwin, the family were apothecaries since at least the mid 18th century and may have originated on Whiddy Island.
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