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Walworth County, Wisconsin
1850 Mortality Schedule

 

transcribed by Marla Zwakman

1850 Mortality Schedule
Town of Whitewater, Richmond, Sugar Creek & Lagrange (Year ending 1 June 1850)


Name

Age

Gender

Marital Status

Birth Location

Month Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Days Ill

Adaline Hilier 2 months f   Wisconsin March   spine 14
Alan Scanlon 2 m   Wisconsin June   not known 7
Alma A. Holbrook 1 m   New York December   diarrhea 30
Alma Dunham 3 months m   Wisconsin April   jaundice 2
Almira King 30 f m New York December   bile fever 18
Angel Davis 1 f   Wisconsin January     18
Anne E. Jones 3 f   Wisconsin June   diarrhea 9
Chas. Boorman 68 m wd England September farmer cong of brain 306
Chas. Workman 3 m   Wisconsin September   diarrhea 22
Christopher Lofthouse 20 m   England September labor s fever 3
Clara Peck 1 f   Wisconsin November   convulsions 2
Cornelia Pusco 6 months f   Wisconsin April   sug fever 3
Danl H. Trobudge 11 m   Wisconsin February   sun fever 7
Edward P. Kinney 2 m   Wisconsin June   s fever 2
Ellen Brown 1 f   Indiana July   c of lungs 5
Erwin Tellefdon 47 m m Norway May farmer not known 8
Francis M. Birgo 24 f m New York November   scrofula  
Harriet M. Feroe 3 f   Wisconsin April   scarlet fever 5
Herburt Hart 22 m m Pennsylvania June farmer abcess  
Jason E. Darguy 6 months m   Wisconsin December   can ash 7
John Beard 50 m m Massachusetts November   ? 5
John Claxton 2 months m   Wisconsin November   ague 12
John H. Welling 2 m   Wisconsin August   diarrhea 5
John M. Raymond 28 m m New York April   sug fever 9
Martha P. Kendale 28 f   New York July   scrofula  
Mary Bolster 3 months f   Wisconsin September   whooping cough 42
Mary Kinney 25 f m New York July   dropsy  
Mary P. Smith 10 f   New York July   not known  
Milo Osburn 2 m   Ohio March   diarrhea 3
Phebe A. Trobudge 2 f   New York August   diarrhea 14
Sarah Boorman 27 f   England December   consumption  
Thos. B. Mounford 1 m   Wisconsin January   canker ? 7
Ulmi Witting 3 m   Canada December   t fever 21
Welthy Eels 70 f wd Massachusetts August   diarrhea 256

District 34, Range 17 (Year ending 1 June 1850)

Name

Age

Gender

Marital Status

Birth Location

Month Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Days Ill

Henry F. Everets 1 m   Massachusetts August   teething 14
Emma Thompson 7 months m   Wisconsin April   lung fever 21
George Manning 17 m   New Jersey December   typhoid fever 56
Delores Sorisston 32 m   New Jersey April farmer kicked by cow 6
Harriet T. Wand 2 f   Wisconsin October   croup 3
Phebe A. Manning 19 f   New Jersey December   typhoid fever 42
Louisa Sanford 1 f   Wisconsin June   croup 2
Louisa Mann 10 months f   Wisconsin September   lung complaint 6
George Bartholomous 10 months m   Wisconsin March   croup 2
James Lewis 44 m m England September   complaint 60
Nancy Bigolo 1 month f   Wisconsin March   fits 2
George D. Bigolo 6 m   Maine September   bronchitis 7
Joseph Davidson 23 m   Scotland January clerk billious fever 7
Sarah M. Benton 43 f m Connecticut June   quick consumption 90
Henry C. Wand 4 m   New Jersey November   spine complaint 8
Hulda Dammon 45 f m New Jersey March   consumption 6
Infant Dammon 1 m   Wisconsin January   fits 7
Dorastus Smith 49 m wd Vermont December farmer typhoid fever 24
Henry H. Weldon 8 m   New Jersey March   brain fever 3
George Travis 8 m   New Jersey November   billious fever 21
Arthur S. Smith 20 m   Vermont October   typhoid fever 6
Charles C. Eddy 1 m   Wisconsin March   dysentery 9
Harriet A. Kisson 7 months f   Wisconsin September   inflammation heart 6
George Handy 1 m   Wisconsin February   inflammation lungs 14
Catharine Slate 74 f wd Pennsylvania May   dropsy 3
Albert Ulter 4 months m   Wisconsin April   inflammation lungs 2
Lucy Pierce 2 f   Wisconsin January   inflammation lung 21

District N-33: Town of Walworth, Delevan, Darien (Year ending 1 June 1850)

Name

Age

Gender

Marital Status

Birth Location

Month Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Days Ill

? B. Hamb 31 m m Ohio April   ? 20
Albina E. Wagers 4 f   Wisconsin January   scarlet fever 7 weeks
Alsamus W. Parsons 16 m   New York December farmer typhus fever 14
Francis Mcachan 2 m   Missouri September   dysentery 8
Marsha Henderson 4 f   Wisconsin August   dysentery 8
Nathaniel Cotton 78 m wd New Hamphire February   not known 3 years
Ray Havens 2 m   Ohio October   cholera morbus 12

District N-33: Towns of Walworth, Delavan, Darien (Year ending 1 June 1850)

Name

Age

Gender

Marital Status

Birth Location

Month Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Days Ill

Adelaid Brown 11 months f   Wisconsin March   inflammation of lungs 14
Alice H. Parlow 1 month f   Wisconsin August   not known 14
Azel Krebs 50 m m New Hampshire October carpenter fever 8 weeks
B. J. Smith 2 m   Wisconsin February   dropsy 8
Caroloine Hayes 15 f   New York October   typhoid fever 5 weeks
Catherine A. Wood 4 months f   Wisconsin October   not known 21
Christine Everhart 2 f   Wisconsin February   fever 14
Chs. Phelps 11 m   New York April   scarlet fever 4
Cynthia Allen 6 f   New York July   croup 4
Elizabeth Dunn 3 months f   New York March   dysentery 20
Ellen M. Blackwell 1 f   Wisconsin March   consumption 4 months
Emma Whitely 4 f   New York February   scarlet fever 5
F. Howard 1 m   Wisconsin April   inflammation of brain 7
Frances Church 1 f   Wisconsin August   fever 5
Hannah Filkins 50 f   New York March   fever 14
Helen Perry 22 f m New York May   inflammation of lungs 7
Henry Howe 38 m m New York July farmer cholera morbus 7
Hiram Hossner 18 m   New York May farmer inflammation of lungs 9
James Goodwin 28 m   New York November blacksmith fever 6 weeks
Jane Grang 50 f m New York October   fever 6
Jesse Palmer 1 m   Wisconsin October   diarrhea 14
Julia E. Scott 17 f   New York July   cholera 5
Levina Bower 35 f   New York April   rheumatism 7
Levina Hodgkins 4 f   New York May   consumption 6
Lucy T. Wood 22 f m New York October   fever 6
Margaret Gardinier 24 f m New York October   fever 6
Marian Pierce 22 f   Pennsylvania February   fever 5 weeks
Marion Whitely 2 months m   Wisconsin October   inflammation 6
Mary Alder 16 f   New York February   typhus fever 5
Oren Treat 4 months m   Wisconsin March   whooping cough 7
Rosetta Clapp 4 f   New York February   scarlet fever 7
Solomon Sykes 74 m m Connecticut October farmer not known 3
Wheeler Phelps 3 m   New York April   scarlet fever 8
Wm. Canfield 73 m   New York July farmer dyspepsia 6

District 34 - Range 17 (Year ending 1 June 1850)

Name

Age

Gender

Marital Status

Birth Location

Month Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Days Ill

Burnham Harkamp 8 months m   Wisconsin September farmer dysentery 49
Charles C. Homer 2 m   Massachusetts May   lung fever 7
Charles Peck 3 m   not known January   spine complaints 5
Clark Everets 6 m   Connecticut April   typhoid fever 14
Edward G. Macham 1 m   Wisconsin March   disease of lungs 30
Edward G. Swift 2 m   Wisconsin March   lung complaint 6
Electra Billings 1 f   Massachusetts September   disease of lungs 10
Eugene Goodrich 1 month m   Wisconsin March   not known 1
George Dart 1 m   Wisconsin August   cholera inflammation 5
Harriett Sewell 27 f   New Jersey February   consumption 6
Helen Smith 3 months f   Wisconsin March   disease of lungs 1
Henry B. Hedges 10 m   New Jersey March   fever 18
Hiram P. Randall 9 m   New Jersey October   typhoid fever 20
Infant Dean   m   Wisconsin March      
infant Dewey 1 month m   Wisconsin September   not known 3
infant McClothis 3 months m   Wisconsin October   canker 14
infant Whitney   f   Wisconsin July      
Isaac Whitney 62 m m Massachusetts May farmer lung fever 20
James M. Harkamp 16 m   Ohio October farmer consumption 6
John Heasy 54 m   not known March farmer consumption sudden
Joseph McKingstry 35 m   not known unknown not known not known  
Julia Wathen 30 f m Connecticut March   consumption 6
Louisa Whitney 3 f   Wisconsin March   lung fever 11
Mariah S. Finch 7 f   Wisconsin January   typhoid fever 17
Mary A. Dean       New Jersey July   scarlet fever 7
Mary Anchman 35 f m not known June   fever 28
Mary Henry 26 f   New Jersey December   typhoid fever 14
Perlina Hess 18 f   New Jersey June   incifalis 15
Phebe Newcomb 71 f wd N.S. May   consumption 6
Sarah Coxall 41 f m England May   cholera 1
Sarah Norton 29 f   Ohio December   inflammation 7
Susan P. Babcock 1 f   Wisconsin September   dropsy on brain 14
Theadore A. Harmon 3 m   Wisconsin July   lung fever 8
Waterman Bates 54 m m not known March farmer cholera sudden
William W. Mason 1 month m   Wisconsin April   incifalis 5

District No. 35 (Year ending 1 June 1850)

Name

Age

Gender

Marital Status

Birth Location

Month Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Days Ill

Alva Stebins 1 m   Wisconsin February   lung fever 8 weeks
Annette Cole 11 months f   Wisconsin March   dropsy on brain 10
Anson Hendrix 56 m m Connecticut August farmer lung fever 7 days
Catharine Barron 82 f wd Scotland August   old age  
child 1 m   Wisconsin October   dysentery 5
Clarissa Howes 3 months f   Wisconsin October   croup 10 days
Dickens 1 month f   Wisconsin August   lung fever 4
Ebenezer Mallary 35 m m not known August farmer typhoid fever 4 weeks
Eleanor Griffin 3 months f   Wisconsin March   encephalus 14 days
Emma Collins 1 f   Wisconsin October   consumption  
Emma Lulery 9 months f   Wisconsin September   dysentery 1 week
Ester Thompson 40 f m New Hampshire January   typhoid fever 4 months
Ester Van Nip 45 f m New York April   cancer 2 months
Francis Billett 1 month m   Wisconsin January   encephalus 3 days
Hannah Clark 79 f wd Massachusetts April   dropsy  
Hiram Crego 18 m   New York November farmer dropsy on ? 4 weeks
Jane Hart 30 f m New York December   paralytic fits  
John Patch 60 m m New Hampshire September carpenter fits sudden
John Van Horen 27 m   Holland September   killed by threshing mach  
Joseph N. Martin 2 m   Wisconsin March   ? 3 days
Julia A. Cummings 1 f   Wisconsin March   lung fever 5
Ken Morris 63 m   Ireland May cath clergy in on lungs 4 weeks
Louisa Poll 20 f   New York September   typhoid fever 9
Maranda Pratt 2 f   Wisconsin February   consumption  
Mary E. Aldrich 6 months f   Wisconsin January   in on lungs 5 days
Merrill 4 months f   Wisconsin May   whooping cough 7 days
Nelson M. Cowles 24 m   New York October   consumption 2 months
Phebe Mallary 29 f wd not known November   typhoid fever 6 weeks
Phebe Smith 25 f m Pennsylvania August   consumption  
Samuel West 18 m   Pennsylvania July laborer lukemia 7 days
Stephen L. Burr 2 m   Wisconsin June   encephalus 7
Susan Shaw 28 f m New York May   consumption  
Walter P. Cole 2 m   Wisconsin September   lung fever 7 days
William Dunkin 48 m m New York April farmer cong of bowels 7
William Lewis 17 m   Wales March clerk consumption 4 days

Whitewater, Richmond, Sugar Creek, and Lagrange (Year ending 1 June 1850)

Name

Age

Gender

Marital Status

Birth Location

Month Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Days Ill

Amida F. Ewing 1 f   Wisconsin November   diarrhea 5
Anne Stewart 17 f   New York September   dis 14
Arnold 40 m m not known October   diarrhea 20
Atwell Kershaw 1 m   Wisconsin September   dis 3
Chas. E. Charles 1 m   Michigan August   diarrhea 6
Elisha Mays 75 m wd   October farmer old age  
Francis E. Chandler 5 m   New York May   sc fever 14
George Winney 33 m   New York June none cholera 2
Herman B. Spencer 3 m   Wisconsin September   diarrhea 7
James Ellis 24 m   Pennsylvania October farmer bile fever 10
Jane Mays 38 f m   October   spine  
Jeremiah Jr. Griffith 4 months m   Wisconsin April   diar 20
Lydia M. West 21 f m New York October   cancer  
Mary Angelo 9 f   New York November   consumption  
Mrs. Ellis 50 f m not known March   abcess  
Nathan Kershaw 6 m   Wisconsin October   worms 1
Nathaniel G. Holden 2 m   Wisconsin July     2
Sally Lyon 64 f m New Hampshire March   dis of heart sudden
Storms 40 f m not known December   dropsy  
Stranger 35 m   not known July   consumption  

 


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