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  West Vincent Township  in the County of  Chester  State of  Pennsylvania , enumerated by me,  David Frick  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. 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 Jesse Jones 61 m     W Penna April Farmer Cold? Fever 13 1
2 Martha Reed 53 f       " Sept   Consumption 100 2
3 Christiana Mosteller 23 f     M " Decem   Cold 16 3
4 William H    " 3/12 m       " March   Fever 7 4
5 Luther Walleigh 1? m       " August   Ditto 1 5
6 Jacob Walleigh 3 m       " April   Scarlet fever 27 6
7 John Friday 15 m       " June Farmer Consumption 140 7
8 Davis    " 9? m       " March   Consumption 40 8
9 Margaret Ludwick 17 f       " February   Scarlet Fever 2 9
10 John Keisley? 17 m       " August Farmer Billious Fever 21 10
11 Henry Hipple 68 m     W " October " Dysentery 14 11
12 Mary Miller 4 f       " May   Scarlet Fever 15 12
13 Kessiah? Lynch 29 f     M " Decem   Fever 14 13
14 Tamson? L Rooke 7 f       " April   Scarlet Fever 1 14
15 James B Hale 4 m       " October   Unknown 3 15
16 Mary G? Christman 5 f       " Decem   Cold 12 16
17 Elizabeth Danfield 50 f     M " March   Dropsy 160 17
18 Wm Mansill 8 m       " "   Scarlet Fever 2 18
19 Elias Buckwalter 23 m       " December Steam Engineer Fever 10 19
20 Lydia A Bechtel 2 f       " "   Consumption 40 20
21 Lewis Heller 1 m       " February   Dropsy 6 21
22 George Keely 52 m     M " May Blacksmith Cancer 53 22
23 Susan Hawk? 78 f     M " November   Dropsy 170 23
24 Ann Rice 83 f     W " December   Unknown 9 24

Remarks   The Water is of a good wholesome quality. Iron stone soil. The principal kinds of timber
are Oak, Hickery, Chesnut, Walnut, Poplar, Maple, and Birch. Our minerals Consist
of Iron Ore With Some small veins of black [illegible word].

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