SCHEDULE 5 - PERSONS WHO DIED DURING THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1880, ENUMERATED BY ME IN
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PARADISE TOWNSHIP], IN THE COUNTY COLES, STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Wm. W. Apperson, 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 = Joseph Weise (Wise?)
2 = James Wheat
3 = C.W. Bishop
4 = W.G. McGlashan
5 = Dr. Robertson
On the reverse side of the form:
18 = Cause of death - Primary (C.S. = "correctly stated")
19 = Cause of death - immediate

Page No. 1, Supervisor's Dist No. 5th; Enumeration Dist No. 58
PARADISE TOWNSHIP

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

"C.S." = correctly stated

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  Miller, Julia A. 22 F W S Ind Ind Ind at home Oct consumption 10   1  
  Thomas, Andrew 1 M W S IL IL IL at home April mumps 1   2  
  McGlashan, Wm. G. 38 M W M KY Sd Ireland physician Feb consumption 4 KY 3  
  Abel, Louisa 40 F W M KY KY KY keeping house June consumption 1 KY 2  
  Deckara, Ed. R. 1/12 M W S IL KY Ind at home Jan croup 1/12   4  
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Deckara Ward (?) W.
25 M W W KY VA KY Clerk in --? Dec typhoid fever 23   5  
  South, Granvile 56 M W M KY KY KY farmer March cirrhosis of liver 40   3  
  Hines, Emma 1 F W S IL Ky KY at home Oct tyhpoid fever 1   3  
  Gannaway, W.W. 65 M W M KY VA VA farmer April diabetis 38   2  
  Montgomery, John W. 42 M W M Ind Ind Oh grocer --? April typus pneumonia 17   3  
  Hart, Nancy 55 F W M Ky Va Va keeping house June congestion of liver 38   2  
  Champion, Carry 11 F W S IL Tenn Tenn at home Augt congestion of bowells 11   2  
  Wilson, George N. 9 M W S IL IL Ky at home May spotted fever 9   3  
  Wheat Infant 1/12 M W S IL KY IL at home June whooping cough 1/12   2  
  Peters, George W. 65 M W S Tenn Tenn Tenn farmer March pneumonia 13   3  
  Norris, Lee B 1 M W S IL IL IL at home May wcrofula 1   3  
  Love, Susan 69 F W M KY Va KY keeping house May valvular disease of heart 40   3  
  Lorne, Ann 1/12 F W S IL IL Il at home Dec spinal cord dip-- 1/12   6  
  Peters, Harriet 69 F W M Tenn Tenn Tenn keeping house Feb consumption 13   3  
    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:

Place where death occurred:
   
    line 6 above Town of Springfield county not known, Missouri          



SCHEDULE 5 - PERSONS WHO DIED DURING THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1880, ENUMERATED BY ME IN
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PLEASANT GROVE TOWNSHIP], IN THE COUNTY COLES, STATE OF ILLINOIS,
James P. Ewing, 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 =Kemper, P.A.
2 = Freeman, N.S.
3 = Hilagos
4 = Silverthorn
5 = Halbrook, George
6 = Bishop
7 = Shull, J.W.
8 = Wheat
9 = C.W. Bishop
10 = Courtney, Thomas
11 = McFall
On the reverse side of the form:
18 = Cause of death - Primary (C.S. = "correctly stated")
19 = Cause of death - immediate

Page No. 1, Supervisor's Dist No. 5th; Enumeration Dist No. 59
PLEASANT GROVE TOWNSHIP

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

"C.S." = correctly stated

VERY HARD TO READ AND FIGURE OUT WHAT THE ENUMERATOR WAS TRYING TO SPELL

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  McDermit, Elizbeth 40 F W M Mo Mo Mo keeping house April h--try? consumption 2   1  
  --- (sic) Infant 1/30 F W S IL Ind Mo   Apr [can't read]        
  Harris, Virgil 1 M W S Ohio Ind Ohio   Feb measles        
  Funkhouser, Infant 6/30 F W S Ill Ill Ill   Dec cyanosis     1  
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McDonal, Nancy V (or N.)
66 F W W OH OH OH   Nov   44      
  Whitney, Lewis E. 4 M W S IL Wisonsin Ill   Nov? mem? croup 4   2  
  Burrow, Gorges Infant 3/30 M W S IL IN OH     [too light to read]     3  
  Monfort, Joseph infant 11/30 F W S Ill IL IL   Mar cyanosis     4  
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Nicholson, Nancy E.
40 F W M IL KY Va keeping house Feb       1  
  Killonger(?), Marthy G. 4 F W S IL Tenn IL   March acute dropsey 4   2  
  Kackley (Hackley?), Orin 2 M W S IL KY IL   Oct membem Croup     5  
  Roger, Jesse U. (or W.) 2 F W S Il Ind Ind   July flux & grain fever 2   6  
  Walker, Jane 69 F W W VA       Jan dropsy 20   7  
  Gordon, Sa?hy 41 F W M IL Ala Ala keeping house March bilious fever 41   5  
  Howard, Sarah 33 F W S IL KY OH at home May consumption 33   8  
  Leitch, Nancy J. 38 F W M IL Va Va keeping house May inflammation bladder 32 MO 2  
  Walingsford, Margret ? F W W Ky     retired housekeeper July constipation & debility 41   5  
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D??, Julyan??
42 F W M In KY Ind keeping hosue July   42   10  
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Gordan, Gertrude
1   W S IL IL IL   Sep ? 1   11  
  Taylor, Bales B. 5 M W S IL Ten IL   Dec Scalded by falling on hot ---? 5   2  
  Baker, Charles C. 21/30 M W S IL Ind IL   March Neumony fever 21/30      
  Gordon, George Infant 1/30 M W S IL Ind IL   Nov caus unknown        
  Althama Balch 4/12 M W S IL IL OH   May [can't read] 4/12   5  
  Harwit??, ?agan 59 F W W OH     housekeeper Aug rheumatism 24   2  
  Kirkling, Geo W. 20 M W S Il       Jan pulmonary ???? 10   2  
  Edman, Jacob Infant 1/30 M W S Il Virginia Virg   Feb something crossed out , and written above it is "malformed" and something else I can't read     2  
  Walker, Nancy 74 F W W Virgina VA   retired housekeeper Aug [can't read] 43   5  
  Dryden, Harriet 59 F W M Ill       Aug Rheumatism     2  
  Cross, Katie 10/12 F W S Ill       Feby scalded     2  
  Scott, Lewis M. 1 M W. S Ill       July dysentery     9  
                               
    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:

Place where death occurred:
   
    line 9 above - Lafaett Town
line 18 above - Padulea?
line 19 above - Mattoon
line 5 above - Vandalia
Coles, IL
Crawford Co, Indiana
Coles Co, IL
Mongomry Co, IL
           


SCHEDULE 5 - PERSONS WHO DIED DURING THE YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1880, ENUMERATED BY ME IN
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SEVEN HICKORY TOWNSHIP], IN THE COUNTY COLES, STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Junins? Whearty?, 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 =Chas. Odell
2 = Jas. McDougle
3 = Neal & McDougle
4 = J.W. Montgomery
5 = L.L. Silverthorn
6 = A. Kershaw
7 = W.R. Patton
8 = Garner
9 = C.W. Bishop
10 = P.A. Kemper
11 = J.W. Neal
On the reverse side of the form:
18 = Cause of death - Primary (C.S. = "correctly stated")
19 = Cause of death - immediate

Page No. 1, Supervisor's Dist No. 5th; Enumeration Dist No. 60
SEVEN HICKORY TOWNSHIP

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

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33 Honn, M.W. 22 F W S KY Ky KY Boarder March bronchitis 16   1    
34 Davis, Albert 21 M W S IL IL IL farmhand May measles 2   1    
  Burge, Sarilda 48 F W M IL IL IL farmers wife Oct typhoid fever 1   2    
61 Linkhart, William 76 M W W Va Germany Ireland farmer Nov ??tis 22   2    
61 Linkhart, Clyda 2 M W S IL OH IL   June scrofula 2   3 C.S.  
77 Mock, J.E. 33 F W M Ind In Ind farmers wife March [can't read] ?   4 C.S.  
81 McAlaster, CAroline 32 F W M Ky KY KY farmers wife March tyhpoid [can't read rest]     4 typhoid pneumonia hemorhage
79 McAlaster, Martha 41 F W M Va Va Va farmers wife May puerpaic fever 10   4 abdominal rupture puerpal fever
79 McAlaster, Mattie E. 2 F W S IL Va Ind   Feb dipthea 2   4 C.S.  
100 Corbert, Not named   F W S IL Ind IL   Apr still born     4 C.S.  
118 Watkins, Lela 1 F W S Il Oh IL   May syphilis 1   5 C.S.  
119 Tuttle, F.A. 22 F W S Ind. N.Y. Ind farmers daughter Jan typhoid pneumonia 18   4 C.S.  
127 Snyder, E.J. 6/12 M W S Il Va IL   Mar typhoid pneumonia     6 C.S.  
139 McNutt, Clement 1/12 M W S IL IL OH   Oct diarrhea & congestive fever     7 C.S.  
150 Nickles, Effie 11/12 F W S IL Ind IL   May whooping cough     4 C.S.  
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Gaiser ?, J.C.
90? M W S IL Wurtenburg W.berg farmer April measles 20 Ind Bur.    
177 Hardin, Cora 1 F W S Ill Ill Ill   Sept Cohera infantum 1   11 C.S.  
186 Johnston, L.E. 1/12 F W S IL KY IL   Mar congenital disease kidney     4 C.S.  
187 Mason, John (72)* M W M Wurtenburg W.berg Wburg merchant Apr murder by shooting     4 C.S.  
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Carver, A.A.
56? M W M OH Penn? Penn? cooper Feb lung fever 10   8    
204 Ohair, M.B. 5/12 F W S Il Il Ind   Aug cholera infantum     4 C.S.  
241 Marymee, Rebecca 53 F W M Ind In IN farmers wife Jan tuberculosis     4 C.S.  
  Hanley, Mary E. 18 F W S Ill       Mch gun shot wound     10    
  Jackson, Wm. L. 52 M W M Ill     farmer Feb pneumonia     9    
  *The instructions state: "When a positive statement is impossible, as when an age can only be estimated, or a birth=place must be conjectured, the entry may be inclosed in parentheses, thus: Age (25), meanting that the best estimate of the age that can be given is 25 years"                    
    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 OUT of the enumeration district as follows:

Place where family of the deceased resided June 1, 1880:

line 2 above: Wayne County, IL


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:

Place where the death occurred:
line 16 above - Valparaiso, Indiana
Line 20 above - Jasper County, IL
   

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