Dusty Gorman wrote 2011-06-28 19:43:
Before I tell somebody the wrong thing I want to double check my facts. I
am looking at a house record from 1835 and one of the column headings is *
koppor* which Genline says translates to smallpox. My question has to do
with the letters in that column. I am assuming that *S* means that the
person had smallpox and that *V* means that they were vaccinated against it
- is that correct?
--- Yes, and you may also see "n" meaning the person had natural smallpox.