Some Northern Chester County History & GenealogyUnited States Federal Census of 1850.
|NAME OF EVERY PERSON WHO DIED
during the Year ending 1st June, 1850, whose
usual Place of Abode at the Time of his Death
was in this Family.
|Free or Slave.||Married or Widowed.||PLACE OF BIRTH.
Naming the State, Territory, or
in which the
|1||Martha Shafer||79||F||M||Chesr County||March||None||Pneumonia||9||1|
|10||Zachariah T Michenr||4/12||M||Pennsylvania||August||Cho Morb__?||5||10|
|11||David Brook||40||M||M||do||April||Wagon Maker||Dropsey||70||11|
|12||Pearson Low?||6||M||do||February||Inflam of Brain||16||12|
Remarks The soil of a large portion of South Coventry is
red-shale overlaying a
bed of red sand stone rock, which runs through the township in a northeast &
southwest course In the southern portion of the township along the valley
of French Creek the soil is a gravelly loam - in this part of the township several beds
of limestone of excellent quality have been found but lays at a depth which will ...
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