The 1850 Mortality Schedule of Johnson County, Illinois, microfilm reel #T1133.58

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Enumerated on 1 June, 1850 by C. W. Hamilton and William A. H-----



JOHNSON COUNTY - NORTH SIDE

NAME

AGE

SEX

MARITAL STATUS

PLACE OF BIRTH

MONTH OF DEATH

OCCUPATION

DISEASE OR CAUSE OF DEATH

NUMBER OF DAYS ILL

Rebeca FARLY 40 F Married Tenn.? Apr
C 35
? (possibly Louise) SIMMONS 1 F
Ill. Sept
Infant ? 9
Elizabeth HANNON 2 F
Ill. June
5
Washington R. W. WILLIAMS 2 M
Ala. October
Hives 4
Davis (?) HICKMAN 1 M
Ill. July
Hives 7
Jane CARELL 23 F Married Ia (this is probably Indiana) Feb.
Consumption 10
Elias CARELL 74 M Married NC July Farmer Can't read 5
Mary E. BROWN 1 F
Mo. May
Worms 4
Mary WOODSIDE 2 F
Ill. Feb.
Hernia? 7


Remarks:  No particular malady present...(the rest of the statement is illegible)


JOHNSON COUNTY - SOUTH SIDE


GURLEY 1/12 F
Ill. Feb.
Unknown 1
Malinda J. FINNEY 3 F
Ill. October
Intermittent Fever 20
John A. FINNEY 2/12 M
Ill. February
Hives 1
Moulton MORGAN 9 M
Ill. April
Pneumonia 3
Catherine CARTER 11/12 F
Ill. November
Fever 30
Mary KISLER Unknown F Married NC November
Pneumonia 14
Miranda P. HIGHT 28 F Married Va. May
Purpel (?) Fever 10
Michael ANDERSON 50 M Married Tenn. July Farmer Fits Looks like "C"
Emily WORREL 7 F
Ill. February
Pneumonia 5
PEARCE 15 days M
Ill. October
Unknown 2
William W. UTLEY 9 M
Ky March
Winter Fever 13
Mary RENTFRO 2/12 F
Ill. June
Dropsy of the head 60
RAMAY 2/12 F
Ill. August
Thrush? 21
Nancy A. GIVENS 1 F
Ill. October
Hives 1
Emily J. COX 8 days F
Ill. July
Croup 1
Ann E. HOLT 37 F Married Tenn. February
Consumption "C"
James RAMAY 2 M
Ills. September
Hives 12
Wiliam B. DONAGHY 38
Married New York January Farmer Rheumatism "C"
America POWELL 22 or 25 F Married Ky October
Fits 1
William W. MOSELY 8/12 M
Ill. October
Eresypulas 2
Isaac T. (?) EUBANKS 2/12 M
Ill. August
Hives 14
Harriett HAMMONS 22 F Married Ill. January
Purpal Fever 8
Margaret KUYKENDALL 2 F
Ill. June
Measles 4


Remarks:  There has been no particular malady present in my district during the last year. The water in my district is of both "Lime" and "Sandstone" kinds.  The soil is heavy and fertile.  Oak, Walnut, Hickery, Poplar, Cherry grow naturally among the forest trees.  Of the lesser (?), the variety is so great they are beyond enumeration.  There are no mines of any description (discovered) in my district.



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