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 Mortality Schedule
1850

In 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880 census enumerators were directed to secure in addition to the usually
required census data, information as to all persons dying within the 12 months preceding the census taking.

Disease Chart

 
NAMEAGESEXMONTH
OF DEATH
PLACE OF BIRTHCAUSE OF DEATHVOCATION
Brown, William A. 2 moMNovTXInfl. Lungs
Deaver, Joseph M.26MDecNCChronic ..
Francisco, ------ 38FDecKYChildbed fever
Fox, Julia38 FDecNC Childbed Fever
Kendall, J.M. 1 mo.MOctTX Cong. Fever
Lankford, G.1MSepILInfl. Bowels
McMortray, Joseph 41MSepKYWinter fever
Mitchell, M.A.24FDecTNChildbed Fever
Moss, Ellen B.28 FJulARChildbed Fever
Moss, S.E.  3MOctUnknown
Perdue, E.W. 10moJanTX Croup
Perdue, P.W. 6MNovbils fever
Reaves, N.F.MAprARInfl lungs
Reaves, T. 2  mo.FJanTXUnknown
Ryburn, G.W. MAugTXCong. Fever
Shannon, James B. 37MSep
Shot Farmer
Savage, James 60MAugSCAff? Liver
Thompson, Alex23MJanMOChronic
Watkins, Eliz 1FMayTXFits

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2013