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1860 Mortality Census


Transcribed by Shauna Williams

1860 Mortality Census
Persons who died during the year ending 1st June 1860, in the County of Clarke Territory of Washington

Name

Age

Sex

Color

Free/
Slave

Mar/
Wid

Birth

Month Died

Occupation

Disease
or cause of death

# days ill

Charles Quail*

32 M   / M Hamburg May Saloon Keeper Mortification 2 1/4 months
Henry Moore 45 M   /   Ireland(?) Jan Farmer Exposure 4 days
Wm Irvin 26 M     M United States Feb. Farmer Tape Worm 2 weeks
John Colford 40 M   /   Ireland April Laborer Consumption 3 months

Eliza Morin

35

F

  / M Canada May   Dropsey 5 days
Jane B. Devore 35 F     M Ohio March   Debility 3 months
Wm. Curtain 6 M       Cal or Col Feb.   Croup 4 days
Mary Ann Strong 38 F     M Mo June   Dropsy of the chest 1 month
Martha Martin 14 F       Ills March   Consumption 1 year

Martha Stengar

8

F       W.T. May   Consumption 6 mos.
Remarks: Charles Quail wounded during the Indian War, which would finally, m----- caused death.

The remarkable rise of the Columbia river, caused almost the entire destruction of crops in my district.
The river rose 3 7/12 feet above its usual height. The county of Clarke is a c--- agricultural county most of which grown in ---------------




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