Jail Fever

Jail Fever, the popular name of a fever now known to be a severe form of typhus, such as happened in 1579 at the “Black Assize,” so called as so many of those in the conduct of it died infected by the prisoners.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Jahn, Otto * Jainas
Jacquerie
Jacques Bonhomme
Jade
Jael
Jaen
Jaggannatha
Jaghir
Jahn, Fred. L.
Jahn, Johan
Jahn, Otto
Jail Fever
Jainas
Jalapa
Jalisco
Jamaica
James
James I.
James II.
James III.
James IV.
James V.