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Montgomery County, Texas 
1850 Mortality Schedule
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Transcribed by K. Torp

Name

Age

Sex

Color

Free/
Slave

Married/
Wid'd

Birthplace

Death Month

Profession

Cause
of Death

Days Ill

Margaret Park

3

F

 

 

 

Texas

Oct

 

unknown

2 ½

No Name

1/12

F

B

S

 

Texas

No

 

Influenza

5

Negro Boy

1/12

M

B

S

 

 Texas

Feb

 

Unknown

7

Alice Danlin

1

F

 

 

 

Texas

Aug

 

Congestive Fever

30

Negro Harry

60

M

B

S

 

unknown

Jan

 

Pneumonia

U

Ge? Parke

4/12

F

 

 

 

 Texas

 Oct

 

Appthia(?)

20

T.W. Stephens

1

M

 

 

 

Texas

Aug 

 

 "

18

Negro Child

3/12

F

B

S

 

Texas

Aug

 

Enteritris

8

Negro Child

9/12

F

M

S

 

Texas

 

 

Unknown

 

A.M. Folks

42

M

 

 

 

Tenn

March

Blacksmith

Poisoned by Strychine

1

Martha Ann

1/12

F

 

 

 

Texas

Dec

 

Enteretis

16

Mary L. Spillen

1

F

 

 

 

Texas

Aug

 

Scarlet Fever

20

William Young

8

M

 

 

 

Texas

Aug

 

Con Fever

2

Betsey Conn

63

F

 

 

 

Conn

March

 

Paralysis

2

Infant

1/12

F

 

 

 

Texas

 

 

Fits

8

Jeannett McNeese

37

F

 

 

 

NC

March

 

Unknown

1

Elisa J. McNeese

13

F

 

 

 

SC

Apr

 

 Unknown

1

John McNeese

15

M

 

 

 

SC

Dec

 

Fever

5

Robert McNeese

4/12

M

 

 

 

Texas

Sept

 

Dropsy Brain

6

Negro 

1

M

B

S

 

Ala

Feb

 

Teething

30

Negro

2/12

M

B

S

 

 Texas

 Jan

 

Cholera

 

Negro

2

F

B

S

 

Texas

July

 

Worms

3

Parthena McNeese

8

F

 

 

 

Texas

Oct

 

Worms

30

Patrack

12

M

B

S

 

Ala

Jan

 

Cholera

1

Thos. Betts

39

M

 

 

 

Ala

Oct

Farmer

Consumpsion

2

Negro

1

F

B

S

 

Ala

Jan

 

Diarrea

10

John Rigby

13

M

 

 

 

Texas

oct

 

Bill Fever

10

John Watkins

35

M

 

 

 

Unknown

Jan

Farmer

Cholera

2

Sarah Watkins

20

F

 

 

 

Texas

Jan

 

Cholera

2

James Watkins

5

M

 

 

 

Texas

Jan

 

Cholera

1

Infant Watkins

3/12

M

 

 

 

Texas

Jan

 

Cholera

1

9 Negroes belonging to Mr. Watkins, ages unknown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cholera

from 1 to 2

Remarks: "You will notice the death of the family of John Watkins in January last all of the white family died and 9 Negroes. There are various opinions about it; some think it was cholera, others think it was poison. The attending physician was of the opinion that it was poison."

20 ?? Deaths in the county of Montgomery in the last twelve months ?? writing June is 40



 

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