1880 Mortality Schedule
Added July 1, 2002
Last updates were made on August 12, 2002
The Mortality Schedule was transcribed by Renee Smelley in June and July 2002 from the Mortality Schedule Microfilm and has been recorded to the best of my ability. There are only two pages of the 1880 Live Oak Mortality Schedule.
Supervisors Dist No. 6
Enumeration Dist. No. 101
Schedule 5 --- Persons who DIED during the year ending May 31, 1880, enumerated by me in Oakville, in the county of Live Oak, State of Texas, G. C. Miller.
1st Column = Number of the family as given in column numbered 2, Schedule 1 (note: this is referring to the family number on the 1880 McMullen County Census and the family number link will take you to the index page this family is located on.)
2nd Column = Name of the Person Deceased
3rd Column = Age at last birthday. If under 1 year give months in fractions. If under 1 month give days in fractions.
4th Column = Sex
5th Column = Color
6th Column = Single, Married, Widowed or Divorced D.
7th - 9th Column = Nativity; Place of birth, Father's place of birth, Mother's place of birth.
10th Column = Profession, Occupation or Trade (Not to be asked in respect to persons under 10 years of age)
11th Column = The month in which the person died.
12th Column = Disease or Cause of Death
13th Column = How long a resident of the County? If less than 1 year, state months in fractions.
14th Column = If this disease was not contracted of place of death state the place
15th Column = Name of attending Physician.
|Family||Name||Age||Sex||Color||Marital Status||Birth||F-Birth||M-Birth||Profession||Month||Cause of Death||Resident Years||Place||Physician|
|Coker, Gipson C.||28||M||W||Married||Ark||Sc||Sc||Stock Raiser||Aug||Paralasis||20||Texas||G. P. Reagan|
|Nations, Mollie B.||10||F||W||Single||Texas||Miss||Ala||April||Typhoid Fever||5||Texas||G. P. Reagan|
|29||Lewis, William H.||39||M||W||Married||NC||Us||Us||Painter||Feb||Shot by unknown party||11|
|Ý||Carter, Nisa||63||F||W||Widowed||Ala||"||"||Mar||Nuralgia on Head||20||Texas|
|Ý||Tindol, Wiley M.||3||M||W||Single||Texas||Miss||?||Jan||Inflamatory C(?)||3||Texas||Dr. Mag(?)|
|Ý||Richardson, Allice||2/12||F||W||Single||Texas||England||Canada||Sept||General dibility||Texas|
|Ý||Smith, Jno. W.||58||M||W||Single||NC||England||England||Cotton factor||Mar||General Dibility||3||Ý||G. P. Reagan|
|94||Gonzales, Narcissa||3||F||Mex||Single||Texas||Mex||Mex||Sept||Small Pox||3||Texas|
|Ý||Swearingen, Salina T. Note 3||31||F||W||Married||Texas||Tenn||Tenn||Keeping House||Mar||Drowned||31|
|183||Henry, J. Humphreys||34||M||W||Married||Texas||Georgia||Georgia||Farmer||Aug||Dropsy of Heart||Bane|
Note 3 - The first name could be Sabrina.
On the 1880 Mortality Schedule for LOC, I might be able to help with some of
On Line 2, I think the enumerator has written over the first letter and that
the name is Nations, which was a family in the County. I will check on the
first name for you.
On Line 10, the last name is Swearingen.
On Line 12, the last name is O'Bryan (O'Brian) and the first name is Bridget.
On Line 13, the name is J. Humphreys (with the "s" on the end) Henry
Also, I think the Cch on the month is probably Oct. The enumerator seems to
leave a lot of "gaps" at the top of his letters, doesn't he?
Supervisors Dist No. 6
Enumeration Dist. No. 102
Schedule 5 --- Persons who DIED during the year ending May 31, 1880, enumerated by me in Comr. Prec. No 3, in the county of Live Oak, State of Texas, Jas. C. Cacee.
|Name||Age||Sex||Color||Marital Status||Birth||F-Birth||M-Birth||Profession||Month||Cause of Death||Resident Years||Place||Physician|
|Ives, Mary||13||F||W||Single||Tex||Va||La||Laborer||October||Poisoned||3||Dr. Reagan|
|Williams, John||40||M||W||Married||La||La||La||"||April||Murdered||No Physician|
|Pearce, Henrietta||7/12||F||W||Single||Tex||Tex||Florida||Infant||July||Consumption||7 mo at home||Hanover & East|