1880 Kane County Federal Census
Supplemental Schedules for
the Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes
©Transcribed by Kim Torp



Listed on this page you'll find

1.
Residents of Bellevue Place
2.
The enumeration of insane folks residing at their homes in Kane County
3.
Inhabitants in Prison - Kane County Jail
.............I. Convict - Insane
.............II. Criminal Insane - committed
4.
Inhabitants in the Kane County Jail (non-insane)
5.
Enumeration of the "Idiots" living at home in Kane County
6.
Enumeration of Blind folks living at home in Kane County
7.
Enumeration of Deaf-Mutes living at home in Kane County




Insane inhabitants in Batavia, Kane County, IL.....Bellevue Place

Columns are from left to right:

1. Name
2. Residence When at Home. City or Town & county

3. If now an inmate of an institution, is this person a pay-patient?
4. Form of Disease
5. Duration of present attack (not including previous attacks)
6. Total # of attacks (including present one)

7. Age at which first attack occurred
8. Does this person require to be usually or often kept in a cell or other apartment under lock and key, either by day or at night?
9. Does this person require to be usually or often restrained by any mechanical appliance, such as a strap, strait-jacket, &c? and if yes, state the character of the appliance used.
10. Has this person ever been an inmate of any hospital or asylum for the insane? If yes, name the said hospital or asylum.
11. What has been the total length of time spent by him (or her) during life in such asylums?
12. Date of discharge (year only)
13. Is the person also epileptic, suicidal or homicidal?

1

2

3

4

5

 6

7

 8

9

10 

11

12

13

Barbary Tarnow

Chicago
Cook Co

Pay

Mania

chronic

1

50

yes

no

no

 

-

 

Sarah Barbe

Chicago
Cook Co

Pay

Mania

chronic

1

15

No

no

no

 

-

 

Mary Saunders

Ft. Wayne, Indiana

Pay

Mania

chronic

1

52

No

no

no

 

-

 

Louise Northrup

Kalamazoo
Michigan

Pay

Mania

2 yrs

1

28

No

no

Kalamazoo

2 yrs

 

 

Emma Williams

Elkhart
Indiana

Pay

Mania

10 yrs

1

20

no

No

Ind. Hosp.

3 mos

 

 

Sarah P. Minard

St. Charles
Kane Co

Pay

mania

25 yrs

1

40

No

No

Cent. Ills. Hosp.

15 yrs

 

 

Lotta Hatch

Chicago
Cook Co

Pay

Mania

8 yrs

1

36

No

no

no

 

-

 

Annie Sturges

Mansfield
Ohio

Pay

Dementia

3 yrs

1

21

No

no

no

 

 

 

Alice Monfort

St. Paul
Minnesota

Pay

Mania

3 yrs

1

26

no

no

no

 

 

 

Rachel L. Ray

Belvidere
Boone Co

Pay

Mania

6 mos

1

29

No

no

no

 

 

 

Mary E. White

St. Louis
Missouri

Pay

Mania

chronic

1

 

No

no

N.Y. Hosp. Utica; Penn Hosp. Philadelphia

3 yrs
2 yrs

 

 

Mary P. Sargent

Grand Rapids
Michigan

Pay

Epilepsy

chronic

1

 

No

no

no

 

 

epileptic

Julia Clark

Milwaukee
Wisconsin

Pay

nervous invalid

1 yr

1

30

no

no

no

 

 

 

Emma Endervidiss (or Endewidiss?)

Kane Co

 

nervous. Inv.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lydia Cole

Kane Co

 

nervous Inv.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nellie M. French

Kane Co

 

epileptic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ellen E. Noyes

S. Evanston
Cook

yes

nervous Inv.

8 mos

 

43

no

no

 

 8 mos

 

 

Farrow, Barbara

Chicago
Cook Co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Insane Inhabitants in Kane County:
Stewart, Charles

Geneva

 

Mania

3 wks

3

23

yes

 

 

 

 

homicidal

Stewart, Harriet

Geneva

 

Mania

2 ½ yrs

 

49

 

 

 

 

 

 

Masterson, Patric

Geneva

 

Mania

 

 

30

yes day & night

yes strait jacket

Northern ILL insane asylum, Elgin, IL

 

 

homicidal

Mahanna, Mary

Batavia

 

dementia

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Pride, Martha

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Wood, George

Geneva

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Pocket, Alice

St. Charles

 

dementia

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

O'Connell, Samule

Geneva

 

dementia

 

1

 

all the time

ball & chain

 

 

 

homicidal

Heeler, Christine

Geneva

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Mills, Samule

Geneva

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Goff, Mary

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

Northern Ill insane asylum, Elgin, IL

 

 

 

Russell, Rebecca

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

Northern Ill insane asylum, Elgin, IL

 

 

 

Pierce, Frank

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

Northern Ill insane asylum, Elgin, IL

 

 

 

Nelson, Louise

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Nelson, Mark

Aurora

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Bills, Eliza

Aurora

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Healison, Nick

Aurora

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Pierce, A.C.

Kaneville

 

Dipsomania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Anderson, Margaret

Batavia

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Nelson, Albert

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

Northern Ill insane asylum, Elgin, IL

 

 

 

McComb, Ernest

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

Northern Ill insane asylum, Elgin, IL

 

 

 

Jenkins, Annett

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

Northern Ill insane asylum, Elgin, IL

 

 

 

Farenbeck, Mary

Elgin

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

Northern Ill insane asylum, Elgin, IL

 

 

 

Smith, Eli

Aurora

 

Mania

 

1

 

no

 

 

 

 

 

Becker, Joseph

Sugar Grove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whipple, Ellen C.

St. Charles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ravlin, Francesa

Kaneville

 

melancholia

6 yrs

1

43

no

no

Belleview

3 mo

1874

 

Geotzleman, Eliz.

Hampshire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stowell, Truman B.

Elgin

 

dementia

15 yr

1

42

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hamilton, Jessie

Campton

no

melancholia

 

 

20

no

attendant. not for 5 yrs

no

 

 

 

Peterson, Hannah

Campton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wells, Gray

Aurora twp

no

dementia

continuous

 

21

no

no

no

 

 

 

Hines, John

Aurora

 

dementia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kramer, Mathias

Aurora

 

dementia

2-4 yr

 

 

yes

 

 

 

 

 

Hilgen, Nicholas

Aurora

 

melancholia

7 yrs

 

57

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fitzgibbons, John

Aurora

 

hypochrondia

4 mo

 

52

yes

straps

 

 

 

 

Howard, Lucia

Virgil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stebbins, Martha

Geneva twp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mickler, Stephen

Aurora

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brogan (Brogatt?) Catherine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

McGuff, John

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O'Boyle, John

Aurora

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shodd, Carrie

Batavia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bonner, Henry

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bonner, Mary

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Haun(?), Nancy

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gammer, Anna S.

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peyton, Mary

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hollister, Gue(?)don

Batavia

 

mania

 

 

70

at night

 

no

 

 

 

Bartley, Amelia

Batavia

 

melancholia

 

 

30

 

 

Jacksonville Asylum

2 yrs

1869

suicidal

Kay

Batavia

 

mania

 

 

38

 

 

Elgin Asylum

 

 

 

Kenyon, Catherine

Batavia

 

mania

 

 

 

 

 

no

 

 

 

Fillmore, Clara

Aurora

 

 

 

 

27

 

 

Jacksonville

 

Sep 1874

 

Nygant, Mary

Burlington

 

melancholia

6 mo

7 yr

47

no

no

Elgin Insane Asylum

5 yr

1880

 

Crips, Matthew

Burlington

 

melancholia

3 mo

20

38

yes

yes, strait jacket

Jacksonville & Batavia

3 yrs

1880

suicidal

Humber, Richard

Burlington

 

dementia

36 yr

1

15

no

no

no

 

 

 


Inhabitants in Prison - Kane County Jail
.............I. Convict - Insane

Name

City/town & county

Place of Imprisonment

Is this person a U.S., State or city prisoner

Date of incarceration

Alleged offense

Number of years in penitentiary

Brogan, Barney

Oregan, Ogle Co

State penitentiary

state

Oct. 22, 1874

malicious mischief

3 ½

Dorans, Patrick

Lee co.

"

state

Nov. 24, 1876

att. to commit rape

7

Dougherty, Henry

Belvidere, Boone Co

"

state

Sep 18, 1878

assault with intent to ravish

14

Conolly, Thomas

Chicago, Cook co

"

state

Oct. 5, 1871

Larceny, burglary, vagrancy

3 ½

Gibson, Henry

Chicago, Cook co

"

state

June 6, 1872

Assault to rape

12

Matson, Charles

Chicago, Cook Co

state

state

Dec 8, 1877

murder

1

Tilberg, Johanna

Chicago, Cook Co

 "

state

Jan. 9, 1879

burglary

2 ½

Marlin, G.W.

Chicago, Cook co

"

state

Jun 6, 1878

burglary

3

Minor, George

Hancock Co.

"

state

Oct. 16, 1874

larceny

1

Sharp, Richard

Will co

"

state

Nov. 16, 1873

assault with intent to murder

 

Harris, John

Will Co

"

state

Dec. 25, 1878

Assault to kill

5


.............II. Criminal Insane - committed by Mittimus (?)
Smith, May E.

Oregan, Ogle Co

 

 

Oct. 15, 1877

indicted for keeping House of ill fame

 

Pike, William C.

Chicago, Cook Co

 

 

Oct. 11, 1877

murder

 

Donahoe, Frank

Chicago, Cook Co

 

 

Mch 18, 1879

murder

 

Gray, Mark

Keokuk, Iowa

 

 

May 15, 1879

assault with intent to kill

 

Shannon, Thomas

Chicago, Cook Co

 

 

Jan 23, 1879

assault with intent to kill

 

Robert, Adel?ide

Chicago, Cook Co

 

 

Nov. 21, 1879

Murder

 

Bachtel, Saml

Neponset, Bureau Co

 

 

Mar 9, 1878

Murder

 

McLain, Andy J.

Rockford, Winnebago Co

 

 

Feb 10, 1880

malicious mischeif

 

Regan, Helena

Rockford, Winnebago Co

 

 

May 22, 1880

Assault with intent to kill

 



Inhabitants in Prison - Kane County Jail

Name

City/town & county

Place of Imprisonment

 

Date of incarceration

Alleged offense

Number of years in penitentiary

Eckman, Alexander

Aurora, Kane co

County Jail

awaiting trial

June 2, 1880

larceny

 

Hyre, Augustus

Elgin, Kane Co

County jail

awaiting trial

May 10, 1880

larceny

 

Stewart, Chas

Geneva, Kane Co

County jail

imprisoned for insanity

May 31, 1880

insanity

 

Nido, Joseph

Ottawa, Il, Lasalle co

Calaboose

serving out a fine

Jun 14, 1880

drunk. Fine: $4.60

9 days in jail or work-house. General labor outside the prison, not contracted out

Burns, John

Lowell map, Midellesex Co

Calaboose

serving out a fine

Jun 14, 1880

vagrant. Fine: $4.60

9 days in jail or work-house. General labor outside the prison, not contracted out



Idiots

[Original Terminology and spellings used]

"The object of this Supplemental Schedule is to furnish material not only for a complete enumeration of the idiots, but for an account of their condition. It is important that every inquiry respecting each case be ansered as fully as possible. Enumerators will, therefore, after making the proper entires upon the Population Schedule (No. 1) transfer the name (with Schedule page and number) of every idiot found. The word "idiot" has a special meaning which it is essential for every enumerator to know. An idiot is a person the development of whose mental faculties was arrested in infancy or childhood before coming to maturity. It is sometimes difficult to distinguish between the stupidity which results from idiocy and that which is due to the loss or deterioration of mental power in consequence of insanity. The latter is not true idiocy, but dementia or imbecility. The enumeration desired for the census is of true idiots only. Demented persons should be classed with the insane. Enumerators may obtain valuable hints as to the number of idiots, and their residences, from physicians who practice medicine in their respective districts."

Name

Residence when at home

(Note A)

Is he self- supporting or partly so

(Note B)

Age at which idiocy occurred

(Note C)

Supposed Cause of idiocy (if acquired)

(Note D)

Size of Head (Large, small or natural)

Has this person ever been an inmate of a training school for idiots/Year discharged

Is this person also insane, blind, deaf, epileptic, paralyzed (right/left)

Dunn, Geo.

Aurora, Kane Co

no

8/12

teething

natural

no

epileptic

Hurd, Wm.

Aurora, Kane Co

no

3 6/12

medicine called bromine given for membranic croup

small

no

 

Dale, Joleu ?

Aurora, Kane Co

no

13

 

small

no

 

Beringer, John

Aurora, Kane Co

no

 

fright

medium

 

 

Stuart, Anna A.

Aurora, Kane Co

no

1 1/2

not known

small

 

epileptic

Brown, Isaac

St. Charles, Kane

no

10

fall

natural

no

 

Caughlin, Cornelius

St. Charles, Kane

no

6 mos

fits

large

 

 

Nelson, Frank

St. Charles, Kane

no

8 yrs

fits

large

 

 

Ross, Bertha

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bedenburg, H---?

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shannon, George

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

Healey, John

Nunda, McHenry Co

 

 12

 

 

ILL Northern Hosp, 7 mos

 

Dean, Alice

Lake Forest, Lake co

 

 5

 

 

ILL Northern Hosp, 1 3/12

 

Kelley, Thomas

Chicago, Cook co

 

7

 

 

ILL Northern Hosp, 11/12

 

Cummins, Edwin

Dixon

 

10

 

 

Club at ILL Northern Hosp. 15 yrs & 11/12

 

Jurss, Louisa

Dundee, Kane

no

B

 

large

 

 

Deterdall, Jonas A.

Campton, Kane

 

 

 

 

 

 

Haley, Mary

Batavia, Kane

no

B

 

small

 

 

Benedict, Polly

Batavia, Kane

no

B

 

small

 

 

Blackman, George

Batavia, Kane

no

B

 

natural

 

 

Enumerator's note concerning the above 3 folks from Batavia: "The reason the idiotic schedule is so incomplete is because nothing is known of these patients before their entry into the poor house and it was impossible to get any information from them."
Carnes, Lillie

Aurora, Kane

no

B

not known

large

no

 

Heezmaltealleek, H.

Aurora

 

 

 

 

 

 

Millie Markee

Aurora

 

 

 

 

 

 

Young, Geo. E.

Blackbery, Kane

 

B

 

natural

 

 

Welch, Henry

Blackbery, Kane

 

2

epileptic fits

natural

 

 

Strong, Louisa

Blackbery, Kane

partly

2

epileptic fits

natural

Syracuse school (can't read rest)

 

Kendall Eben

Blackbery, Kane

partly

10/12

fall in infancy

natural

 

 

Tonli_?, Mary

Aurora

no

B

 

large

no

 

Phillip, Thaddes

Big Rock

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beach, Lucy A.

---
(on Batavia's list)

no

B

 

small

no

 

Howell, Maray J.

Batavia

no

B

 

natural

no

 

Ronndy, Frederick

Batavia

partly

6

brain fever

small

no

 

McKay, Horace

Batavia

-

 

 

 

 

 

Smith, Kate

Batavia

yes

B

 

natural

no

 

Fillmore, Clara

Aurora

no

since 27 y.o.

from fever

large

Jacksonville

1 wk, disch. Sep 1874



Blind

Name

Residence when at home

(Note A)

Is he self- supporting, or partly so

(Note B)

Age at which blindness occurred

(Note C)

Form of blindness

(Note D)

Supposed Cause of blindness, if known

Is the person totally blind or semi-blind

(Note E)

Has this person ever been an inmate of an institution for the blind? If yes, give the name of such institution.

What has been the total length of time spent by him in any such instit.

Simmons, Chauncey

Aurora twp, Kane co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logan, Eddie

Aurora twp, Kane co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wexdirt, Dora

Aurora, Kane co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sturr, John

Aurora, Kane co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David, Wm.

Aurora, Kane co

yes

9/12

sickness

 

 

Illinois, 4 terms

 

Dorr, Alfred R.

Batavia, Kane co

no

(can't read)

 

taking cold

totally

no

 

Clark, Barney

Batavia, Kane co

no

60

Cataract

 

semi

no

 

Burlingame, Hermann

Batavia, Kane co

partly

69

dimmess

hurt

semi

no

 

Trigg, Mary

 

yes

57

cataract

 

semi

no

 

Howe, Harriet

Batavia, Kane co

no

47

cataract

neuralgia

semi

no

 

Rogers, John A.

Batavia, Kane Co

no

60

cataract

 

semi

no

 

Smith, Katie

Batavia, Kane co

partly

74

cataract

 

semi

no

 

Stewert, William

Batavia, Kane co

yes

26

one eye put out

struck by pine fi??

semi

no

 

Rockwell, Anna

Batavia, Kane co

no

4

internal cataract

hurt by falling on stone (?)

semi

Jacksonville

4 ??

Nichols, Edwin

Batavia, Kane co

yes

17

one eye put out

hunt

semi

no

 

Henry, George

(on Batavia's page)

yes

 

cataract

 

semi

no

 

Switzer, M. I (or J?) C.

Elgin, Kane co

partly

30

 

disease of optic nerve

totally

 

 

Dossett, Daniel

Elgin, Kane co 

no

97

 

old age

 semi

 

 

Whitford, Eliza

Elgin, Kane co

yes

40

 

hereditary

semi

 

 

Trebbs, Laura

Elgin, Kane co

no

67

 

cataract

semi

 

 

Dumerauf, Adam

Elgin, Kane co

yes

30

 

inflamation

totally

Jacksonville

3 yrs (disch. 1875)

Dumerauf, Sarah

Elgin, Kane co

partly

27

 

Typhus fever

totally

 

 

Myers, Mary

Dundee, Kane co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

McConnell, Nancy

Burlington, Kane co

yes

76

 

old age

semi

 

 

Campbell, L.A.

Big Rock, Kane co

 

 

both

 

 

 

 

Doering, Mary

Aurora

no

12

 

closing of the pupil

totally

no

 

Neow, Josephina

Aurora

no

 

 

sickness

totally

 

 

Larkner, John

Aurora

no

 

with one eye

by running Loisserin test

 

 

 

Neow, Willie

Aurora

no

 

 

born

semi

Jacksonnville BLind institution

3 yrs

Goodrich, Allan

Aurora

yes

B

 

 

totally

 

 

Burnett, Lavina

Sugar Grove, Kane

partly

5

total

scarlet fever

totally

no

 

Perkins, Mary

Sugar Grove, Kane

partly

4

 

measles

total

no

 

Grandy, Ira

St. Charles, Kane

no

68

 

scrofula - probably

total

no

 

Ward, Lorenzo C.

St. Charles, Kane

yes

53

 

 

total

no

 

Eckman, Albert J.

St. Charles, Kane

no

5

 

diptheria

total

 

 

Switzir, Joseph

Rutland, Kane co

yes

45

deformity of eyes

hereditary

semi

no

 

Rohde, Julia

Rutland, Kane co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coy, Milton A.

Kaneville, Kane co

yes

26

 

inflamation

total

no

 

Parks, Amelia

Hampshire town

partly

53

 

paralysis of the nerve

total

 

 

Stickler, Stephen

Aurora

no

80

Film over pupil

old age & whiskey

 

 

also insane

Stewart, John

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Provost, Joseph

Elgin

no

55

total blindess

inflamation, maltreated

total

Dr. Homes Infirmary in Chicago. (7 wks 1870)

 

Connor, Michael

Elgin

no

74

total blindness

not known

total

no

 

Perry, Millie

Will Co.

no

 

total blindess

not known

total

no

also insane

Bowman, Frank

Elgin

no

36

 

 

total

 

 

Long, Daniel

Elgin

no

61

 

 

total

 

 

Notes:

Note A: A blind person may be found either at his own home or away from it in some educational institution, asylum or poor-house. In the latter case, his residence when at home must be stated, in order that he may be accredited to the State or county to which he properly belongs so that the county in which the institution is situated may not be charged with more than its due proportion of the blind.

Note B: If self-supporting, say "yes" if partly self-supporting, say "partly: if not, say "no". Indicate all inmates of institutions who are maintained or treated at their personal expense (not at the expense of any town, county or State, nor of the institution) by the word "Pay"

Note C: If blind from birth, say "b"; if not, state the age at which blindness occurred. Special pains should be taken to indicate all blindness from birth.

Note D: Where practicable, get a statement from attending physician.

Note E: The totally blind are unable to distinguish forms or colors; the partially blind can distinguish forms or colors, but cannot see to read, or at least not without such effort as to make reading practically impossible.




Deaf-Mutes

"The object of this Supplemental Schedule is to furnish material not only for a complete enumeration of deaf-mutes, but for an account of their condition. It is important that every inquiry respecting each case be answered as fully as possible. Enumerators will, therefore, after making the proper entries upon the population schedule (No. 1), transfer the name (with Schedule page and number) of every deaf-mute found to Schedule No. 1 to this Special Schedule and proceed to ask the additional questions indicated in the headings of the several columns. Care must be taken not to enumerate persons who are deaf only (hard of hearing) or dumb only (tongue-tied) as deaf-mutes. A deaf-mute is one who cannot speak, because he cannot hear sufficiently well to learn to speak. Enumerators may obtain valuable hints as to the number of deaf-mutes, and their residence, from physicians who practice medicine in their respective districts, also from school-teachers. Great assistance may be derived from questions addressed to deaf-mutes themselves: Do you know any deaf-mutes in this neighborhood? The class feeling of the deaf and dumb, arising from their isolated state is so great that they seek each other out for the sake of companionship and ordinarily know every deaf-mute for miles around."

Name

Residence when at home

(Note A)

Is he self- supporting, or partly so

(Note B)

Age at which deafness occurred

(Note C)

Supposed cause of deafness, if known

Is this person semi- mute/ semi-deaf

(Note D)

Has this person ever been an inmate of an institution for deaf-mutes

Is this person also insane, idiotic, blind or an epileptic?

Haley, Louise

Batavia, Kane co

 

7

spinal meningitis

semi-mute

Jacksonville
4 yrs

 

Murray, Thomas

Batavia, Kane co

 

 

 

no, no

no

 

See, Sarah

 

yes

9/12

scarlet fever

no, no

Jacksonville, 10 yrs, date of discharge:1879

 

Daldon, Wm.

Aurora

 

 

 

 

 

 

Millie Markee

Aurora

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stone, W.J.

Aurora twp

yes

11

run over by wagon

semi-mute, no

8; 41

 

Stone, Eliz. J.

Aurora twp

yes

6

scarlet fever

semi-mute/semi-deaf

Jacksonville;
2; 62

 

Sies, Margaret

Aurora

partly

2

nervous fever

 

Jacksonville;
3 ½, 1874

 

Hitz, Nicholas

Aurora

no

B

 

semi-deaf

 

 

Thomas, Elizabeth

Virgil, Kane co

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cooper, Jane E.

Sugar Grove, Kane co

yes

3

scarlet fever

 

no

 

Glas, Frederick

St. Charles, Kane co

yes

6/12

overdose of quinine

 

Jacksonville, 6 yrs, 1872

 

Duff, Ellen

Rutland, Kane co

yes

6

Scarletina diphtheria

semi-mute

Jacksonville; 7 terms of 8 mos each. Disch: Jun 15 1876

 

Sloan, Carrie

Hampshire (town)

no

B

 

 

 

 

Eden, Zavinia

Geneva

yes

2

severe cold in head

 

Jacksonville, 8 yrs; dis. 1874

 

Johnson, Chas.

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gosselin, James

Elgin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rundquist, Dora

Elgin

no

1 ½

spasms

 

Jacksonville, 4 mo, dis. 1879

 

Webster, Mary

Elgin

no

2

spotted fever

 

no

 

Mary Myers

Dundee

no

b

 

 

no

 

Matilda Staachel

Dundee

no

b

 

 

no

 

Perry, Ella G.

Campton

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delane Curtis

Big Rock

 

 

 

 

 

 


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