- Royal Artillery
- S Verling James
- Royal Engineers
- 5th (Northumberland Fusiliers)
- S Henderson Duncan
- As Hall Thomas
- 47th (Lancashire)
- S Mostyn Henry Thornton
- As Fox Thomas
- 59th (2nd Nottinghamshire)
- S Hibbert John Gray
- As Mair John
- 70th (Surrey)
- S Foster John
- As Maharg John
- 77th (East Middlesex)
- S Burrell William Henry
- As Prendergast Joseph Samuel
- 92nd (Highland)
- S Palmer Charles Quartley
- As Neale Melville
- Royal Malta Fencible Regiment
- S Camilleri Giuseppe
- As Montanaro Giovanni
- Ordnance Department
- Commissariat Department
The following was advanced as a cure for cholera:
Pure Strychnine, one grain and a half, powdered white sugar, 36 grains. Mix intimately and divide into 18 powders. Take one pill at onset and repeat every quarter hour for the first hour, then every half an hour for the second and third hour, and every hour until symptoms abate. Twelve pills are sufficient but 18 may be required. Use also unlimited quantities of pure cold water.
The first recorded death from cholera at the Royal Naval Hospital Bighi took place on 20 June 1837. The register of postmortems kept by John Liddell (1794-1868), shows 14 postmortems on cholera victims carried out between that date and 29 Sep 1837.
Lloyd and Coulter quote only 5 deaths in 62 cases of cholera. The first naval victims to arrive for post mortem were five from HMS Hermes between 20 June and 30 June 1837. There then followed two cases from HMS Rodney in July and four cases from HM Cutter Hind in August. At the end of September, three men from HMS Vanguard were found on post mortem to have died of cholera.
In 1837, the Superintendent of Quarantine Hector Greig, called for the erection of a Plague Hospital at the lazaretto, as none had existed, and the building then known as the Plague Hospital was inadequate.
- 6 June Baptism of Amelia Susannah Phillis Terry born on 20 Jan 1837, daughter of Eliza Therould and Lt Col Robert Terry Town Adjutant of Malta.
- 26 June Baptism of Martha Bremner born on 7 June 1837, daughter of Eliza and Barrack Sgt Thomas Bremner.
- 27 July Baptism of Wallace Cartledge Major born on 2 Apr 1837, son of Catherine and Assistant Commissary General Francis William Amiable Carpenter Major.
- TNA:WO 17/2143, Returns of the General and Staff officers of the hospitals attached to the forces in Malta (1 January–1 December 1837).
- TNA:CO 158/145, Moore to Grey dated 6 February 1849.
- TNA:WO 156/121. Register of burials 1830–1837.
- TNA:WO 25/3901 Returns of Officers' Service.
- A list of all the officers of the Army and The Royal Marines. War Office 30 January 1837.
- Paxton Dewar. A survey of post postmortems Malta Hospital 1829 to 1838 with special reference to the cholera epidemic of 1837 J.Roy. Army Med Corps 1903-1995 84-88.
- Lloyd and Coulter 1963, The Mediterranean and the Navy 1200-1900 vol iv 1815–1900; E and S Livingstone Ltd.
- Pisani S. L., Faulty hygiene in connection with the mortality from cholera morbus at Malta during the epidemics of 1837 and 1850.
- Pisani S. L., Report on the cholera epidemic at Malta in 1887, Br Med J (1889), 1; 1481: 1147 (Published 18 May 1889).
- Pisani S. L, Mortality from Cholera Morbus at Malta.
- Stilon G, The Cholera at Malta in 1837. London 1848.
- Watson S. B., The cholera at Malta in 1837, from the Italian of Dr Giuseppe Stilon MD Physician to the Cholera Hospital Valletta.