1870 Mortality Schedule

[Schedule 2]

Persons who died during the year ending 1 June 1870 in Ellis County. Information includes name, age, sex, color, marital status, birthplace, occupation, month of death and cause. In some cases, the cause of death cannot be determined from the microfilm. Comments in brackets are made by the transcriber.

E. H. Bell, Marshal
Page 1 Waxahachie Pct
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 SNEED, Fleta, 1/2 f w, b. Texas, d. Sept. diarrhea

 GIBSON, John E., 42 m w, b. Texas, d. April, Spinal Afflection

  SIDDONS, John W., 11 m w, b. Tenn., d. July, killed by machinery

  OLIVER, Caroline, 30 f w, b. Georgia, d. May, measles

------------, Infant, 1/12 m w, b. Texas, d. May, measles

FRITZ, Nancy, 28 f w b. Tennessee. d. April, child bed fever

MORRIS, Anna, 1 f w b. Texas; d. May, measles

NEAL, Julia 2 f B b, Texas, d. August, diarrhea
ROGERS, Edward, 27 m w, b. Texas, d. August, consumption
KNOWLEN, Bryan T.[?] 19 m w, b. Missouri, d. April, measle
s

LACY, Richard, 18 m w, b. Texas, d. August, remittent fever

FIELDS, Frances, 67 f w, widow, b. Kentucky, d. February, disease of liver

TEMPLETON, Frederick, 12 m w b. Missouri, d. April, measles

JACKSON, John, 9 m w, b. Texas, d. May, flux

ZUMMATT, James, 8 m w, b. Texas, d. March, pneumonia

WILKERSON, Sylvia, 8 f B, b. Texas, d. September, typhoid fever

MACKEY, Henry, 22 m w, b. Tennessee. d, December. pneumonia

HOSKINS, Thomas 65 m w, b. Indiana, d. November, chronic diarrhea

LUNN, Ida, 6 f w, b. South Carolina, d. December, poneumonia

-------, Mary Ann 3 f w, b. South Carolina, d. January, inflammation of brain

-------, Magus, 1 m w, b. South Carolina, d. January, inflammation of bowels

WATSON, Margaret R., 35 f w, married,b. Alabama, d. May, typhoid fever

HAYNES, Samuel, 35 m B, b. Tennessee, laborer, d. May, dropsy

STEVENSON, James, 2 m w, b. Tennessee., d. February. brain fever

ZACKARY, Henry, 2 m w, b. Texas, d. June, jaundice

[no name given] ELIAS, 4 m w b. Texas, d. May death caused by fall

LOVE, Anna, 21 f w, married, b. Arkansas, d. November, pueperal fever

DAVIS, Thomas Paine 10 m w b. Tennessee, d. August, inflammation of brain

STUBBLEFIELD, Henry, 8 m w, b. Texas, d. January, pneumonia

GOLDING, William, 18 m w, b. Arkansas, laborer, d June, fall from horse

MATTHEWS, William, 21 m w b. Louisiana, d. Jananuary, Hemmorage of lungs

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WILLIS, Harriet, 15 f w b. Kentucky, d. September, flux [marked out]

CALDWELL, Ida, 5 f w, b. Kentucky, d. August, remitting fever

[not legible]Joseph, 50 m w, married, b. Missouri, d. June, consumption

JOHNSON, Ellis, 6/12 m w, b. Texas, d. May, cholrea infantum

MARTIN, Jane, 67 f w, widow, b. Kentucky. d. March, pneumonia

KILLAN, Malinda, 69 f w, married, b.. Kentucky, d. March, pneumonia

KILLAN, Theophilus, 71 m w, b. Kentucky, d. May [cause illegible]

HAYNES, Sarah, 44 f w b. Tennessee, d. December, pheumonia

BUTCHER, David, 28 m w, b. Indiana, d. Aprril, typhoid fever

ROCKET, Agnes, 3/12 f w, b. Texas. d. September. intermittent fever

NORRIS, Thomas, 8 m w, b. Missouri, d. September, congestive chills [marked out]

DANIELS, Helen, 16 f w b. Tennessee. d. July, remittant fever?

WOODS, Richard, 75 m w b. North Carolina, d. May, rheumatism

CHAPMAN, Mary, 4 f w, b. Texas. d. Oct. diahrrea?

ROSS, Ida, 7/12 f w b. Texas, d. February, teething

SHAFFER, Charles, 22 m w, b. Mississippi. d. November. disease of bowels

FOSTER, Frank, 7 m w, b. Texas, d. May, cancer of stomach

BOWLIN, George, 3/12 m w, b. Texas. d. March [illegible]

HALE, Anna T., 7 f w b. Texas, d. June, remittent fever

CALDWELL, Ida, 13 f w, b. Kentucky,. d. October. consumption

WHEELER, Mollie, 4 f w, b. Texas; d. March, croup

WRIGHT, Edwin, 13 m w, b. Mississippi. d. August, intermittent fever

BACHELOR, Daniel, 23 m w, married, b. Indiana, farmer, d. September.

ORR, Robert, 6/12 m w, b. Texas, d. May, teething

McCLELLAN, William, 50 m w, b. Alabama, d. January, pheumonia

JONES, Arthur, 24 m w, b. Texas, laborer, d. November, measles

MAYS, George, 27 m e, b. Arkansas, laborer, d. March, congestion of lungs

DORSEY, Milley, 11 f w, b. Kentucky, d. August, disease of brain
James, 27 m b. NC d. July inflammation of brain

CHANDLER, Abram, 78 m w widower, b. Ohio, d. August, heart disease

GORDON, Eliza, 4 f w, b. Texas, d. February, inflammation of bowels

WHITE, Rollin, 25 m w, b. Missouri, d. January, pneumonia

BENSON, Henry, 47 m B, b. Tennessee, d. October, intermittent fever

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PANNILL, Sarah, 7 f M b. Texas, d. March, poison

FURNISS, Sarah, 4/12 f B, b. Texas. d. December. tetenus

BELL (baby) 3/12 f M, b. Texas, d. March, neglect

BELL (baby) 3/12 f M b. Texas, d. March, neglect

RUSK, Mollie, 2/12 f B b. Texas, d. June, diarrhea

ENIS, Hiram S. 35 m w, married, b. Illinois. farmer, d. August. inflammation of bowels

TURNER, Samuel, 6/12 m w, b. Texas, d. November, suffocation

McNEALL, James 7 m w, b. Texas, d. February. inflammation of brain

HAMILTON, Joel 5 m B, b. Texas, d. April, diarrhea

BROWN, Susan, 22 f w, b. Texas, married, d. June, remitting fever

GOODRICH, Charles, 35 m w, b. New York, married, farmer, d. June, dis. of stomach

ANDERSON, James C., 6 m w, b. Texas, d. May, diarrhea?

McVEY, Henry M. 24 m w b. Georgia, married, laborer, d. September, intermittent fever

YORK, Emma, 9 f w, b. Arkansas, d. January, pneumonia

BROCK, James H., 25 m w, b. Missouri. d. December. pneumonia
[There are 7 names at the top of the following page which the transcriber was unable to read because of damage to microfilm]

WARD, Lizzie, 7 f w, b. Alabama, d. October. Inflammation of brain

CLAY, William, 17 m B, b. Mississippi, d. June, drowned

PORTER, Thomas, 4 m w, b. Arkansas, d. February, consumption

MORRIS, Emaline, 36 f w, b. Tennessee, d. August, inflammation of bowels

WILLIAMS, Harriet, 38 f w, b. Alabama, d. February, pneumonia

DILLEHAY, Van D., 23 m w, b. Tennessee, d. April, small pox

DAVIS, Eliza, 6 f w, b. Mississippi, d. September, intermittent fever

WARD. Elizabeth, 5 f B, b. Texas, d. August, remittent fever

End of listing

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