Bad Ax (Vernon County) Wisconsin

1860 Mortality Schedule

| Bergen | Christiana | Clinton | Coon | Forest | Franklin | Greenwood | Hamburg | Hillsboro | Jefferson | Kickapoo | Stark | Stirling | Viroqua | Wheatland |

(Source: 1860 census microfilm image by Linda Rodriguez)

 

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Schedule 3 - Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860, in the Village of Viroqua in the County of Bad Ax, State of Wisconsin,
enumerated by me, H. K. Rodolf, Ass't Marshal.

Surname

Age

Sex

Color

Free or Slave

Married/
Widowed

Place of Birth

Month of Death

Occupation

Cause of Death

How long ill

Greoe, Celilea

7

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

October

 

Croup

6 days

Walker, Maria

50

F

 

 

M

Ohio

July

 

Remetic Fever

5 weeks

Rush, Elizabeth

18

F

 

 

 

Ohio

January

Teacher

Inflamm Lungs

4 weeks

Dowson, Ady

1/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

May

 

Inflamm Bowels

6 days

Mcfenecker, John

4

M

 

 

 

England

October

 

Croup

2 days

Town of Viroqua

Vep, Ellen I.

26

F

 

 

M

Ohio

March

 

Confinement

1 day

Gillett, Dewett C.

3-2/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

February

 

Ingestion of Brain

3 days

Larson, Ann

2-6/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

September

 

Inflamm Bowels

1 day

Rusuming, Samuel

5/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

July

 

Erysephless

2 days

Berg, Necoma

1/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

April

 

Inflamm Bowels

1 week

Ogebee, Elizabeth

30

F

 

 

W

Ohio

June

 

Typhoid Fever

10 weeks

White, Isaac

71

M

 

 

W

Connecticutt

January

Farmer

Old Age

17 days

Gillett, Raya

1-7/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

Croup

3 days

June, Cecelea

15

F

 

 

 

Illinois

May

 

Apoplexy Fit

Sudden

Town of Franklin

McCormick, George

8/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

June

 

Decease of the heart

8 days

Slante, Edda

8

F

 

 

 

Michigan

February

 

Inflamm. of Brain

1 hour

Bankes, Michael

15/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

May

 

Inflamm. Bowels

9 days

Fortney, Henry

1/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

May

 

Inflamm Bowels

1 day

Davis, Cornella

2-11/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

Croup

11 day

Van Dike, Isaac

10/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

March

 

Apoplexy Fits

4 months

Van Dike, Hannah

21

F

 

 

 

Ohio

November

 

Consumption

4 years

Reed, Enoch

33

M

 

 

 

Maine

November

Teacher

Consumption

5 years

French, Isaac

23

M

 

 

 

Ohio

January

Carpenter

Inflamm Kidney

10 weeks

Town of Jefferson

Fermelly, Ellen

1/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

April

 

Inflamm Bowels

2 days

Hale, Chriathan

41

M

 

 

M

New York

May

Farmer

Typhoid Fever

2 days

Waddle, Marton L.

36

M

 

 

M

Kentucky

December

Farmer

Typhoid Fever

6 weeks

Remarks: The only Dissease which has prevailed to any unusual extent is the Croup to Inflammation of the bowels amongs children. Cecelia Lome (17) was out for Lange, Sat on a log and fell over dead. It was supposed to be an Apeplexy fit. Mg county is well watered.

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Schedule 3 - Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860, in the Town of Stirling in the County of Bad Ax, State of Wisconsin,
enumerated by me, H. K. Rodolf, Ass't Marshal.

Stirling

Surname

Age

Sex

Color

Free or Slave

Married/
Widowed

Place of Birth

Month of Death

Occupation

Cause of Death

How long ill

Torgarson, Claus

1

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

March

 

Scarlet Fever

2 weeks

Sherry, Robert Bell

1/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

November

 

Sinking chills

2 weeks

Hanson, Lewis

1-6/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

A Cold Fever

2 weeks

Bayley, Oscar

6

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

December

 

Inflamm bowels

3 days

Hayden, Martha

13

F

 

 

 

Maine

July

 

Betsons Fever

3 days

Town of Wheatland

Ruth, Marton

52

M

 

 

W

Scotland

February

Shoe Maker

Lung Fever

2 weeks

Crowell, Delia

18

F

 

 

 

Main

February

 

Confinement

1 week

Elder, Inae

18

F

 

 

 

Penn

February

 

Confinement

6 days

Backer, James

30

M

 

 

M

Indiana

August

Laboror

Sinking Chills

11 days

Daley, Phebe

38

M

 

 

M

New Jersey

February

 

Consumption

1 year

Heck, Herman

2/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

November

 

Croup

2 weeks

McMahan, Cathrine

27

F

 

 

M

Iceland

August

 

Confinement

1 day

Teroes, Frederick

63

M

 

 

W

Prussia

September

 

Lung Fever

8 days

Graham, Rachel A.

3

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

September

 

Inflamm bowels

8 days

Rubee, Theresa

1

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

September

 

Brain Fever

1 month

Rogers, Edmund

37

M

 

 

M

New Hamshire

December

Farmer

Accid'l Fall of Tree

10 hours

St. Clase, Egar

1-6/12

M

 

 

 

Illinois

October

 

Brain Fever

4 weeks

Moore, Anne

3/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

April

 

Mortification bowels

4 hours

Town of Greenwood

Daley, Albert

2

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

Inflamm Bowels

3 days

Kaleson, Christopher

2

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

Inflamm Bowels

8 days

Kaleson, Eli

1

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

Inflamm Bowels

8 days

Bailey, Robert M.

2

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

July

 

Inflamm Bowels

6 days

Town of Hillsboro

Haden, William H.

6/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

January

 

Lung Fever

5 days

Haden, Jesse

8/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

Dropsey in Brain

5 days

Blood, Rachel

2/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

January

 

Lung Fever

4 days

Tripp, Ams

1/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

November

 

Unknown

3 days

Remarks: Edmund Rogers (19) was cutting timber, when a tree fell upon him with Stremes, mostly from the finest of Springs, and a live with speckeld trouts. The valley of a naturs well adapted for stock. The soil the best of clay and can not be surpassed for farming by any. Rocks of a limey nature.

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Schedule 3 - Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860, in the town of Forest in the County of Bad Ax, State of Wisconsin,
enumerated by me, H. K. Rodolf, Ass't Marshal.

Forest

Surname

Age

Sex

Color

Free or Slave

Married/
Widowed

Place of Birth

Month of Death

Occupation

Cause of Death

How long ill

Waldren, Josiah

6/12

M

M

x

 

Indiana

June

 

Unknown

1 day

Jonas, Josephus

25

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

April

Farmer

Lung Fever

3 Weeks

Caucutt, Sarah

49

F

 

 

M

England

November

 

Consumption

6 Months

Town of Stark

Corsaw, Peter D.

32

M

 

 

M

New York

June

Mill Wright

Palsey

10 days

Corsaw, Ernest

1/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

September

 

Unknown

1 day

Burrett, Armena

17

F

 

 

M

Wisconsin

March

 

Fever Unknown

60 days

Graham, Elizath

1

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

June

 

Croup

2 days

Grove, Isaac C.

1

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

Lung Fever

18 days

Gillman, Emely

1

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

August

 

Dropsey

5 months

Pitsonberger, Margaret

3

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

May

 

Whooping cough

10 days

Garrett, James F.

1

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

Febraury

 

Azmua

50 days

Wesley, John

22

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

February

Farmer

Typhoid Fever

3 months

Smith, Margaret

18

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

June

 

Consumption

6 months

Town of Clinton

Mossholder, Mary

32

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

July

 

Consumption

15 days

Megs, William

80

M

 

 

 

Ohio

May

 

Old Age

8 days

Mitchel, Delavan

21

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

November

Farm Laborer

Augne

18 days

Town of Christiana

Nelson, Christopher

63

M

 

 

 

Norway

March

Farmer

Lung Fever

8 days

Christianson, Clara

7/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

March

 

Whooping cough

48 days

Songstad, Tolena

1/12

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

April

 

Whooping cough

18 days

Mocfner, Frederick

1/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

December

 

Unknown

2 Hrs

McKnight, Albert

1/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

July

 

Eresypelus

3 days

Town of Bergen

Warner, Dosha

38

F

 

 

M

Kentucky

May

 

Inflamm. Bowel

68 days

Larson, Caroline

2

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

February

 

Croup

1 day

Shwaka, William

47

M

 

 

M

Shamburglete

August

Farmer

Inflamm. Bowel

8 days

Remarks: The timber is of the best, Oak, Pine, Basswood and Sugar Maple as the principal kinds. Mines we have none. For health it can not be surpassed by any of the state. A. K. Rodolf As't Marshall Bad Ax Co Wis.

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Schedule 3 - Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860, in the Town of Hamburg in the County of Bad Ax, State of Wisconsin,
enumerated by me, H. K. Rodolf, Ass't Marshal.

Hamburg

Surname

Age

Sex

Color

Free or Slave

Married/
Widowed

Place of Birth

Month of Death

Occupation

Cause of Death

How long ill

Nelson, Anton

4/12

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

March

 

Croup

4 days

Town of Kickapoo

Bliss, Frank

4

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

November

 

Typhoid Fever

2 weeks

Bliss, William A.

1

M

 

 

 

Wisconsin

February

 

Inflamm Lung

1 week

Sanford, Nathaniel

67

M

 

 

M

New York

March

Farmer

Consumption

6 months

Town of Coon

Nerreson, Rachel

8

F

 

 

 

Norway

April

 

Dysentery

8 days

Nerreson, Engebur

1

F

 

 

 

Wisconsin

June

 

Whooping cough

2 weeks

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