SCHEDULE 5 - PERSONS WHO DIED DURING THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1880, ENUMERATED BY ME IN
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Mattoon City - East I.C.R.R.], IN THE COUNTY COLES, STATE OF ILLINOIS,
John W. Hanna, ENUMERATOR
©2003, Transcribed by Kimberly Torp

NOTE A: The Census Year begins June 1, 1879 and ends May 31, 1880


Columns:
1 = Number of the family as given in column numbered 2 - Schedule 1
2 = Name of the person deceased
3 = Age at last Birthday. If under 1 year, give months in fractions, thus 3/12. If under 1 month, give days in fractions, thus 6/30
4 = Sex - Male (M) Female (F)
5 = Color - White (W), Black (B), Mulatto (Mu), Chinese (Ch), Indian (I)
6 = What was the civil condition of the person who died: Single; Married; Widowed/ Divorced D.
[Transcriber's note: I have combined these 3 columns into one here and instead of placing "/" under the appropriate heading, have put in the first letter of their status - S, M, W, D]
9 = Place of birth of the person, naming the State or Territory of the U.S. or the county, if of foreign birth.
10 = Where was the father of this person born? (As in column 9)
11 = Where was the mother of this person born? (As in column 9)
12 = Profession, Occupation or Trade. (Not to be asked in respect to persons under 10 years of age)
13 = The month in which the person died
14 = Disease or cause of death
15 = How long a resident of the county? IF less than 1 year, state months in fractions, thus -- 3/12
16 = If the disease was not contracted at place of death, state the place
17 = Name of attending Physician
(Transcriber's note: In order to save space, I've assigned numbers to them. They are as follows:
Doctors:
1 = J.W. Dora
2 = D.M. McFall
3 = P.A. Kemper
4 = C.B. Fry
5 = A.G. Pickett
6 = V.R. Bridges
7 = W.W. Williams
8 = W. H. Paugh
9 = H.G. Baker
10 = L.F. Morse
11 = A.M. Henry
12 = Wallace
13 = Dr. Lord
14 = P.A. Kemper
15 = Mather Heath
16 = Dr. Robertson
17 = Dr. J. Ellis Fullers
On the reverse side of the form:
18 = Cause of death - Primary (C.S. = "correctly stated")
19 = Cause of death - immediate

Page No. 2, Supervisor's Dist No. 5th; Enumeration Dist No. 54
MATTOON CITY (EAST I.C.R.R.)

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456 Bell, John 55 M W M England England England machinist Feb dropsey 9   1 C.S  
465 Colson, Charley 18 M W S IL OH OH clerk store Jan typhoid fever 18   5 C.S.  
225 Gilman, Sarah 62 F W M KY KY KY keeping house Dec lung fever 34   1 C.S.  
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Ritter, Davis
38 M W M Penn Penn Penn grain dealer Dec consumption 9   1 C.S.  
510 Baldridge, Danl 85 M W W Tenn Ireland Penn farmer Jan cancer 6   8 C.S.  
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Mann, Elizabeth
62 F W W Penn Penn Penn keeping house Feb congestion stomach 14   2 C.S.  
556 Wilson, Marietta 16 F W S IL KY IL   Aug diptheria 12 Piatt Co 1 paralysis  
583 Huston, Willie 9/12 M W S IL KY KY   June flux 9/12   3 C.S.  
642 Joy, Saml H. 78 M W M Vermont -- -- carptnter Feb rheumatism 7   8 C.S.  
619 Osborne, Clarissa 70 F W W New York NY NY housekeeper Feb paralysis 20   8 C.S.  
603 Nabb, Polly A. 66 F W W KY KY KY keeping house June paralysis 38   2 C.S.  
652 Welch, John 2/12 M W S IL Ireland Ireland   Oct diptheria 2/12   2 C.S.  
657 Sanday, Baby 1/30 M W S IL IL IL   Mar measles 1/30   7 premature (?) birth  
674 Stevens, Henry T. 71 M W M Mass Mass Mass retired merchant Feb kidney disease 7 Williamston, Mass 10 gravel?  
682 Harris, Sarah M. 50 F W W KY KY KY housekeeper Oct run over by the cars 34   3 C.S.  
689 Morgan, Jane 74 F W W OH OH Oh housekeeper Nov paralysis 15   6 old age cerebral softening
1 Payne, Mary E. 47 F W M KY KY KY housekeeper Jan paralysis 29   9    
82 Roach, Hanorah 52 F W M Ireland Ireland Ireland keeping house Sept cancer     5 C.S.  
  Smithly (?) Susan (very faint and hard to read) 36 - W M Ohio -- --   Sept epilepsy          
  Rust, Mary A. 36 F W M IL -- --   Jan pneumonia     5    
  Stoneburner, Minnie 20 F W S Ill -- --   Dec uterine dis     6    
  Stevens, Willis 2 M W S Ill -- --   Mch scrofula     8    
    Of the deaths reported above, the following occurred out of this enumeration district, but the families to which the deceased belonged, resided June 1, 1880 in the enumeration district as follows:    
    line 4 above
line 6 above
line 17 above
Sullivan
Mattoon
Kansas City
Moultrie MO, IL
Coles Co, IL
Jackson Co, MO
           
 

Page No. 1, Supervisor's Dist No. 5th; Enumeration Dist No. 54
MATTOON CITY (EAST I.C.R.R.)

 7 Fairbrother, W. Z. 34 M W M Vermont Vermont Vermont R.R.Engineer Oct accident 10   1  C.S.  
10 Robb, Ellen D. 1 F W S IL Iowa IL   Mar Measles 1   5 measles  pneumonia
24 Helton, Otis 7/30 M W S IL IL Ind.   Jan Spasms 7/30   11 inflamation of stomach & bowels spasms
1 Stubbins, Bertha A. 1 F W S IL Ind OH   Mar Measles 1   4 measles pneumonia
74 McKee, Margaret 63 F W M Pa Pa Pa housekeeper Feb consumption 19   4 heart disease dropsy
34 Bates, Joseph B. 68 M S M Ky Ky Ky blacksmith June inflamation of liver 5   1 C.S.  
36 Thornberry, Chas 2 M W S IL OH IN   Nov membranous croup 2   10 C.S.  
169 Dole, Oma C. 27 F W M Ky Ky Ky housekeeper Apr bronchitis 24   1 C.S.  
169 Dole, Minnie D 9/12 F W S IL In Ky   May congestion of brain 9/12   1 C.S.  
156? Cunningham, Catherine 65 F W W OH PA PA housekeeper March heart disease 3   10 C.S. acute rheumatism also  
168 Spencer, Ida 5/12 F W S IL OH IL   Mar inflammation brain 5/12   2 C.S.  
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Jewell, Frank
35 M W M New Jersey NJ NJ [can't read] May with [can't read] 2     C.S.  
142 Granger, Marion 42 F W M New York Vermont Vermont housekeeper June cancer 9   1 C.S.  
142 Granger, Dolla 5/12 F W S IL New York NY   July cholera infantum 5/12   1 C.S.  
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Gilduff, M.H.
32 M W S Michigan Mass Ireland R.R. Fireman June tyhpoid fever 1   12    
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Richey, Lillie B.
1 W F S IL New York IL   Mar lung fever     13    
241 Harris, Mertie 9/12 F W S IL   IN   Dec congestion of the brain 9/12   1 C.S.  
244 Anderson, Charly 9/12 M W S IL Tenn Tenn   May enlargement of the brain 9/12   1 C.S.  
225 Gilman, William 78 M W W Ky Va Va day laborer Feb suicide 45   1 C.S.  
261 Barden, Martha 14 F W S Michigan Oh OH   Sept typho malarial fever 10/30   5 C.S.  
267 Crystal, Emma 1/12 F W S IL In OH   Feb severe cold 1/12        
267 Crystal, Baby 1/12 M W S IL IN OH   Feb severe cold 1/12        
272 Bryant, Joseph 7 M W S IL Missouri Ky   Aug hurt by car (crossed out) [written above:] R.R. accident 6   1 C.S.  
295 Nash, Francis J. 33 F W M IL Tenn Tenn housekeeper Oct consumption 9   6 C.S.  
295 Nash, Mildred J. 9/12 F W M (sic) IL IL IL   Aug consumption 9/12   6 C.S.  
204 Belcher, Wesley 1 M W S IL IN In   Dec membranous croup 1   3 C.S.  
328 Cashman, Julia 1 F W S IL Ireland In   May Measles     4 dysentry dysentry
351 Noe, Mary J. 26 F W M Il N. Carolina Ky housekeeper Apr lung fever 26   1 C.S.  
358 Cane, Bridget 43 F W M Ireland Ireland Ireland housekeeper Aug Inflamation bowels 9/12 Pana, IL      
340 Maine, Robt 2 M W S IL Rhode Island Canada   Jan membranuous croup     1 C.S.  
397 Ashcroft, Maggie 1 F W S IL IN IN   Mar measles 1   1 C.S.  
402 Schwarz, Chas W. 9/12 M W S IL IL Penn   May malarial fever 9/12   4    
406 Gullion, E. May 1 F W S IL IN IN   Aug teething & [crossed out - can't read] 1   5 cholera infantum  
417 Smith, Susanna 69 F W M Penn     keeping house Apr inflammation stomach 15/30 Defiance Co, OH 2 C.S.  
419 McIntyre, Carleton 2 M W S IL Va IL   Jan pneumonia 2   5 C.S.  
448 Tobey, Michael 64 M W M Maryland Maryland Maryland carpenter Dec paralysis 25   14 C.S.  
    Of the deaths reported above, the following occurred in this enumeration district, but the families to which the deceased belonged, resided June 1, 1880 OUT of the enumeration district as follows:        
    line 20 above
line 34 above
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Defiance, Defiance County
Kansas
Kansas
           
    Of the deaths reported above, the following occurred out of this enumeration district, but the families to which the deceased belonged, resided June 1, 1880 IN the enumeration district as follows:          
    line 12 above (Jewell)
line 15 above (Gilduff)
line 16 above (Richey)
line 29 above (Cane)
Shelbyville, Shelby Co
Brunswick
Springfield, Sangamon Co
Terre Haute, Vigo Co
IL
Missouria
IL
IN
           
  Note:
x(20) Family on their way to Kansas and stoped over child being sick
x(21 &22) took severe cold at time of birth. never had physician. too poor
     


Page No. 1, Supervisor's Dist No. 5th; Enumeration Dist No. 55
MATTOON CITY WEST I.C.R.R.)

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36 F W M Ohio N. York Penn housekeeper Sept epileptic form of ?? 10   6  correct  
18 Fitzgerald, Wm. 52 M W M Ireland Ireland Ireland baker & saloon keeper (saloon keeper is crossed out) Oct Uremia 23   2  correct   
82 Phelan, Babe SB M W S Ill Ireland Ireland   Oct stillborn     1  correct   
98 Carson, Babe 2 hrs M W S Ill VA IL   Nov inantion [crossed out]     15    
127 Pate, Nancy J. 56 F W M Ky Ky Ky housekeeper May convulsions 12   1  correct   
140 Bland, Edward 16 M W S Ky Ky Ky   May wound 7   4 Wound of axillary artery  secondary hemorrhage
153 Harkiner, Jas D. 6 M W S IN OH Ind   Apl dypthictic croup 6   10 diptheria croup
184 McCrotty, L. 68 F W W Va Va Va housekeeper Nov dropsy 16   4 dropsey  
217 Goodwin, Irma E. 3/12 F W S Il IL Il   Nov croup     ? don't know   
218 Patterson, Sarah 67 F W W Va VA VA housekeeper Apl inflammatin of bowels 6   5 inflammation bowels   
320 Weggenton, May 40 F W W OH OH OH   Sept pulmonary consumption 5   5 pulmonary consumption inflammation bowels   
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Skid??, E. ?.
5 F W   IL IL IL   Feb burned to death     16 --  
336 McFarland, Francis 18/30 M W S IL OH KY   June 79 bold hives (to heart)     no phisecian --  
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Ward, Henry
10/12 M W   Ill Ill Ill   Dec Quick Consumption 3/12   17 --  
344 Stephens, Chas W. 1 M W S IL Ind INd   Apr Quick Consumption     4 malnutrition anaemia
348 Radley, Nancy 30 F W M Ind Oh Ind housekeeper Apr Measels 1   5 measles childbirth
348 Radley, Babe 1/30 M W S Ill Ill Ind   Apr premature     5 C.S.C.S.  
348 Radley, Babe 1/30 F W S IL IL Ind   Apr premature     5    
356 Code, Babe 7/30 F W S Il Eng IL   Sept Spasms 7/30   3 C.S.  
358 West, Edward 3 M B S Il Ky KY   Mar Tuberculosis [very faint & hard to read] 3   8 C.S.  
358 --- (sic) Mollie 1 F B S Il KY KY   Mar measels 1   2    
361 Barr, James 79 M W M Scotland Scotland Scotland farmer Aug Gen Deibility 50   1 C.S.  
377 Watson, Sarah 38 F W M Ky Ky Ky housekeeper March pneumonia 12   8 C.S.  
408 Barr, Mary 58 F B M Maryland unknown Maryld housekeeper Oct paralysis 6   no phesecian    
440 Jones, Henrietta 3 F B S Il OH KY   Feb typhoid pneumonia 12   8    
  Main, Elizabeth 62 F W S Penn       Feb congest. of stomach          
P.R. Johnson, Amanda 33 F W M Ill -- --   June Me??e cancer     4    
P.R. Croe, Jno. 9/12 M W S Ill -- --   Aug Dysentery     4    
P.R. Filler, Mary 35 F W M Ill -- --   Aug Consumption     1    
P.R. Alschuear, Leah 3 F W S Ill -- --   July Cholera Inft     1    
P.R. Hoppermer, Pearl 5/30 F W S Ill -- --   Oct ??     1    
P.R. Hopper, Tillie 12 F W S Ill -- --   Aug Tetannus     1    
P.R. Thornberry, Chas 2 M W S Ill -- --   Nov croup     10    
P.R. Pugh (Bugh?), Rachael 64 F W M Ill Ger Ger   Oct disease of heart     10    
P.R. Barker, Ruell (Renee?) 23 M W M Ill -- -- farmer July malaric fever     5    
P.R. Rust, Jno 41 M W M Ill -- -- farmer Jany pneumonia     5    
   
Of the deaths reported above, the following occurred out of this enumeration district, but the families to which the deceased belonged, resided June 1, 1880 IN the enumeration district as follows:
     
    line #1 above
line #12 above
line #14 above
East Dist Matton
Ashmore
Fullers Point
Coles Co, IL
Coles Co, IL
Coles Co, IL
             
    REMARKS:
line 1: epileptic for 2 or 3 years
line 2: was a drunkard
line 5: was insane 2 or 3 years to imbecility
line 6: was an imbecile - fell on scissors
line 12: was in poor house, clothing caught fire
line 19: doctors don't know anythng about this
line 24: had no phisician for several months previous to death
       


SCHEDULE 5 - PERSONS WHO DIED DURING THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1880, ENUMERATED BY ME IN
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MORGAN TOWNSHIP.], IN THE COUNTY COLES, STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Geo (or Jno) Montgomery ENUMERATOR

NOTE A: The Census Year begins June 1, 1879 and ends May 31, 1880


Columns:
1 = Number of the family as given in column numbered 2 - Schedule 1
2 = Name of the person deceased
3 = Age at last Birthday. If under 1 year, give months in fractions, thus 3/12. If under 1 month, give days in fractions, thus 6/30
4 = Sex - Male (M) Female (F)
5 = Color - White (W), Black (B), Mulatto (Mu), Chinese (Ch), Indian (I)
6 = What was the civil condition of the person who died: Single; Married; Widowed/ Divorced D.
[Transcriber's note: I have combined these 3 columns into one here and instead of placing "/" under the appropriate heading, have put in the first letter of their status - S, M, W, D]
9 = Place of birth of the person, naming the State or Territory of the U.S. or the county, if of foreign birth.
10 = Where was the father of this person born? (As in column 9)
11 = Where was the mother of this person born? (As in column 9)
12 = Profession, Occupation or Trade. (Not to be asked in respect to persons under 10 years of age)
13 = The month in which the person died
14 = Disease or cause of death
15 = How long a resident of the county? IF less than 1 year, state months in fractions, thus -- 3/12
16 = If the disease was not contracted at place of death, state the place
17 = Name of attending Physician
(Transcriber's note: In order to save space, I've assigned numbers to them. They are as follows:
Doctors:
1 = Montgomery
2 = Montgomery & Peak
3 = Steel
4 = Morgan
5 = Patten
6 = Barnard
7 = Thomas
8 = Robinson
On the reverse side of the form:
18 = Cause of death - Primary (C.S. = "correctly stated")
19 = Cause of death - immediate

Supervisor's Dist No. 5; Enumeration Dist No. 56
MORGAN TOWNSHIP

NOTE A: The Census Year begins June 1, 1879 and ends May 31, 1880

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12 Clapp, Ide May 17 F W M IL Ind Ind keeping house Jan child bed fever 2   1    
  Infant 1/12 F W S IL IL IL   Jan convulsions     1    
14 Mitchell, Infant 3/12 M W S IL IL KY   May Measles     1    
25 Whanger, Clarence M. 3 M W S Il VA OH   Aug hooping cough     1    
28 Curtis, Sarah 37 F W M Il     keeping house May consumption 16   1    
33 Odell, Frank W. 4-? M W M Tennessee Georgia Tenn farmer July insanity 26   1    
37 Green, Margaret J. 37 F W M Il N.C. N.C. keeping house Dec? consumption 37   1    
44 Johnson, G.E. 33 M W M Oh Oh OH farmer oct fell from apple tree 9   1&2    
69 Shirra, Isabell 75 F W W Scotland Scotland Scotland keeping house Jan lung fever 38   2&4    
96 Johnson, Emma 1/12 F W S Il N.J. Ind   Oct croup     4    
105 McGreger, Francy (?) 39 F W M Il -- -- keeping house Oct confinement 39   1&3    
112 White, Clark D. 23 M W S OH Oh Mariland Farmer Oct Kidney disease 2   3&8    
117 Clark, Sarah 80 F W W Ky Ky Ky housework July consumption 50   4    
127 Clark, Joseph 49 M W M England Eng Eng farmer March lung fever 20   1    
129 Wilkins, John W. 23 M W M IL KY Ind farming Feb lung fever 23   3    
130 Hughey, John W. 2/365 M W S Il IL VA   March debility     none    
131 Myers, Elisha 13 M W S IL Ky IL   Sept kidney disease     ??    
134 Swango (?), Frank 1 M W S IL Ky Il   Sep congestion brain     5    
136 Oliver, Daisey 1/365 F W S Il IL IL   Oct inanition     5    
144 Clark, Lucy 48 F W M IL KY ?? keeping house Jun lung fever 2   1&7    
145 Honesck ?( very faint) John 6 M W S Ind Ind Ind   Sep unknown 4   1&6    
  REMARKS:
I have nothing to say that will throw any more light on no cause of death, but I will say that you will see that my.Book has been in --- ?? hope you will excuse ??? I believe it is all. (handwriting is faint and hard to read)
   


SCHEDULE 5 - PERSONS WHO DIED DURING THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1880, ENUMERATED BY ME IN
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OKAW TOWNSHIP.], IN THE COUNTY COLES, STATE OF ILLINOIS,
S.C. MCINTYRE, ENUMERATOR

NOTE A: The Census Year begins June 1, 1879 and ends May 31, 1880


Columns:
1 = Number of the family as given in column numbered 2 - Schedule 1
2 = Name of the person deceased
3 = Age at last Birthday. If under 1 year, give months in fractions, thus 3/12. If under 1 month, give days in fractions, thus 6/30
4 = Sex - Male (M) Female (F)
5 = Color - White (W), Black (B), Mulatto (Mu), Chinese (Ch), Indian (I)
6 = What was the civil condition of the person who died: Single; Married; Widowed/ Divorced D.
[Transcriber's note: I have combined these 3 columns into one here and instead of placing "/" under the appropriate heading, have put in the first letter of their status - S, M, W, D]
9 = Place of birth of the person, naming the State or Territory of the U.S. or the county, if of foreign birth.
10 = Where was the father of this person born? (As in column 9)
11 = Where was the mother of this person born? (As in column 9)
12 = Profession, Occupation or Trade. (Not to be asked in respect to persons under 10 years of age)
13 = The month in which the person died
14 = Disease or cause of death
15 = How long a resident of the county? IF less than 1 year, state months in fractions, thus -- 3/12
16 = If the disease was not contracted at place of death, state the place
17 = Name of attending Physician
(Transcriber's note: In order to save space, I've assigned numbers to them. They are as follows:
Doctors:
1 = J.B. Cooper
2 = Shelton Beyer
3 = A.G. Pickett
4 = J.H. Crum
5 = R.A. Pickering
On the reverse side of the form:
18 = Cause of death - Primary (C.S. = "correctly stated")
19 = Cause of death - immediate

Supervisor's Dist No. 5; Enumeration Dist No. 57
OKAW TOWNSHIP
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258 Lemuel Wells 56 M W W Ind Ky KY Farmer Mar typhoid pneumonia 18   1 typhoid pneumonia  
267 Cross, Baby 8/12 F W S IL KY KY   Feb burnt 8/12   --    
268 Cox, Myrtle 1 F W S Il IL IL   Sep summer complaint 1   2    
  Rust, John H. 39 M W M OH OH Oh Farmer Jan typhoid pneumonia 18   3 typhoid pneumonia  
  --- (sic), Mary A. 36 F W M Miss Miss Miss keeping house Jan tyhpoid pneumonia 18   3 "do"  
298 Rice, Elmer 5 M W S IL IN IL   Oct dropsy 5   4    
  Rice, Gertie A. 2 F W S Ill       Jul Brain fever          
  Littlejohn, -- 00/30 M W S Ill       Sept still born          
  [Unreadable note]
5th Illinois, E.D. 67
                         
  Baldwin, Lulu M. 3/12 F W S Ill       Jany typhoid fever          
  Moore, John 69 M W S Ill       June dyspepsia          
  5th Illinois E.D. 184                          
  Strader, Rebecca 17 F W S IL Ger Ger   June phthesis          
  5th Illinois E.D. 94                          
  Gillis, Mary J. 25 F W M IL       Jany consumption          
  1st Missouri, E.D. 30                          
  Harrowa, Pearl 5/30 F W S IL       Sep jaundice          
  2nd Kansas, ED. 384                              
  Barker, Ruel J. 22 M W S OH       July nervous fever          
                                 
P.R. Utteberry (?), Chas E. 5/12 M W S Ill       Jany cholera inft     5    
S.S. Ward, Henry 10/12 M W S Ill       Dec quick consumption          
                                 
  REMARKS:
Mr. and Mrs. Rust died within a week of each other and the children are with relatives in Ohio.
       
   

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OKAW TOWNSHIP
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1 Hoots, Francis M. 3 M W S IL IL IL   April measles 3   4    
12 Gearhart, Amelia 51 F W W OH Vir Vir keeping house May consumption 21   6    
14 Butts, Louis -- M W S Il KY Oh   Dec still born     5    
16 Whicker, Jessie 1/12 M W S IL Vir Ind   May don't know     5    
19 Brewer, Belle 1 F W S Ill Ind Ind   Oct consumption     7    
32 Sutten, Baby 1/12 F W S IL IL IL   April spasms     2    
37 Dawson, Jesse 70 M W M Del Del Del laborer Dec congestion of lungs 21   4    
52 Campbell, Hiram 1 M W S IL IL Ind   March measles 1   4    
53 Dunn, Ann 60 F W W Ireland Ireland Ireland keeping house March lung fever     8    
56 Hunt, Lucinda ? F W S Ill Ind Ill   May ? 1   4    
59 Welch, Josie 7 F W S Ill NJ Ohio   Nov Scarlet Fever 7   4    
79 Frost, Thomas 4 M W S Ill Mass Ill   Nov Cerebro spinal fever 4   9    
86 Whitley, Mary 1/12 F W S Ill Ill Ill   Aug not mature 1/12   --    
89 Bell, John 55 M W M England England England machinist Jan dropsy 10   6    
96 Daugherty, Baby 1/24 M W S Ill Vir Ill   Mar Thrush     10    
97 Maredon (?), Effie 1/12 F W S Ill Ind Ind   Dec brain fever     10    
99 Ellis, Robert 1 M W S Ill Ill Ill   Mar don't know 1   11    
102 Bigalow, Levi 20 M W S Ill Mass Mass farmer Mch lung fever 20   12    
111 Carlyle, William 32 M W M Vir Vir Vir farmer Jan burned     13    
121 Lewis, Margaret 33 F W M W. VA W. VA W. VA keeping house March measles 13   4    
128 Tayloer, Baby 1/12 M W S Ill Ohio Ind   Nov not mature     4    
131 ?il??r, Chas 3 M W S Ill Va Ill   Feb croup 3   4    
133 Webb, Ephram 12 M W S Ill OH Ill work on farm June inflammation stomach 12   14    
135 Ellison, Baby ? M W S Ill Ind Mo Feb Feb still born     15    
134 Masterson, Sawl 70 M W W OH OH OH farmer Sept insanity 1        
135 Stevens, Aaron 12 M W S Ill OH KY work on farm Feb dropsy 12   7    
150 Sanders, Robert 1 M W S Ill Ind Mo   June scarlet fever 1   4    
158 Cobb, James 51 M W M Ky Ky Ky farmer May pneumonia 17   4    
164 Kessel, Rebecca 57 F W W W Vir Vir Vir keeping house Mch typhoid fever 26   4    
185 James, Martha L. 49 F W M Ill Ky Ky keeping house Feb pleurisy 49   4    
191 Walker, Isabelle 18 F W S Ill Tenn Tenn at home Nov consumption 3   4    
196 Heming, John 1/12 M W S Ill Can N.J.   Oct congestion 1/12        
204 Cree, James 24 M W S Oh OH Oh farmer Jan typhoid pneumonia 11   16    
232 F??t, Sophia 1 F W S Ill Can OH   June whooping cough 1   4    
233 Curry, Anna 8/12 F W S Ill Tenn Ill   ? (possibly June) Consumption 8/12   17    


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