Some Northern Chester County History & Genealogy

United States Federal Census of 1850.

SCHEDULE 3. - Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1850, in  Warwick Township  in the County of  Chester  State of  Pennsylvania, enumerated by me,  Thos K Bull  Ass't. Marshal.

  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.
Age. Sex. Colour. White, black, or mulatto. Free or Slave. Married or Widowed. PLACE OF BIRTH.
Naming the State, Territory, or
Country.
The Month
in which the
Person died.
PROFESSION,
OCCUPATION, OR
TRADE.
DISEASE, OR
CAUSE OF
DEATH.
Number of
DAYS ILL.
 
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  
1 Elizabeth Mauger 2/12 F       Pa November     Sudden 1
2 Francis Miller 10/12 M         April   Erysypelas 18 2
3 Thomas Lloyd 16 M         September Farmer Dysentery 14 3
4 Sarah A Manning 2 F         Do   Do 7 4
5 Margarett Manning 9 F         October   Do 6 5
6 James Manning 5 M         Do   Do 10 6
7 Maria Hill 32 F B       August   Consumption 3 1/2 yrs 7
8 Catharine Care 76 F     M   May   Unknown Sudden 8
9 Margarett L Boyer 1/12 F         April   Hydrocephalus 3 9
10 Sarah Broadbent 82 F         May   Old Age 30 10
11 Andrew Keen 12 M         September   Dysentery 21 11
12 Amanda Pearson 11/12 F         Do   Do 8 12
13 Mary Ann Elliott 1 F         February   Croup 4 13
14 Robert Hause 3 M         September   Dysentery 7 14
15 Maria Hause 2 F         Do   Do 14 15
16 Catharine Waitreight? 93 F     W   February   Inflamation (of the Kidneys) C 16
17 Maria Hartenstine 18 F         December   Consumption C 17
18 James Hartenstine 56? M     M   February none mental Derangement C 18
19 Ann Robeson 44 F         April   Derangement of stomach and Bowels C 19
20 Matthew Alott? 7 M       England September   Dysentery 21 20
21 Elizabeth L Keys? 26 F       Pa Do   Do 14 21
22 Elizabeth Whitby 4 F         August   Do 4 22
23 Christiana McAraher 10 F         September   Do 16 23

Remarks   The township is generally healthy. Tho occasionally in certain locations, dysentery prevails in an epidemic
form. It is hilly and abundantly _uff__d_? with good soft water. Chalybeate? in places ...  [illegible]

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