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Putrid Fever

Beginning in 1787 a terrible sickness over took the town of Sandwich. It was know as "The Putered Fever". This illness touched almost every family in the area, one way or another. From 1787-1788 over 100 persons were lost to this terrible sickness. 
 

Eventually many started to survive this disease,  the list below contains the names of those that did not. The spelling is according to "Town Records".
 

Nathan Mors
Lyda Corlies
[?] Corlies
Ann French
Nath Corlies
Timothy Brown
Joseph Hoit
Hanah Quenbe
Moses Varney
Philip Been Child
Josiah [B] Child
Martha French
Hittey Wells
Martha Quenbe
Hannah Smith
Phoebe Jewell
Moley Wells
John Beede Child

 

Josiah Bean
Ezer French Child
Bagley Weed
Betey Beede
True Weed
Hunkin Hilton
Jesse Jewell
[M?] Been
Aaron Beede
Rubon Sanderson's Child
Eze French
Simeon Smith Child
Jacob Weed
Moley Been Child
[?] Gilman Child
Moley Been
Ebenezer Been

 

 

 

 

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