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1860 Union Township Mortality Schedule

[These were transcribed from the original census sheets filled out by the enumerator. Some of the names are a guestimate. Thanks to Garnet Barton for transcribing these records.]

SCHEDULE 3.-Persons who Dies during the year ending 1st June, 1860, in Union Township in the county of Madison, State of Ohio, enumerated by me, A. Simpson Ass't Marshal.

  1. NAME OF EVERY PERSON WHO DIED during the year ending 1st June, 1860, whose usual place at the time of death was in this family.
  2. Age.
  3. Sex.
  4. Color. White, black or mulatto.
  5. Free or Slave.
  6. Married or Widowed.
  7. PLACE OF BIRTH, Naming the State, Territory, or Country.
  8. THE MONTH in which the person died.
1 E. J. Fleming 29 F     M   July   Fever 14
2 Louisa J. Fleming 1/12 F       Ohio July   Not Known Sudden
3 Martha Sanders 16 F       Va August   S. Fever (Scarlet Fever) 4
4 Henry Asberry 29 M       Va August Farmer S.Pox (Small Pox) 4
5 Elizabeth Peck 39 F     M Illinois April   Fever 4
6 Rachel Watson 22 F       O April   S. Fever (Scarlet Fever) 7
7 Daniel Garrard 7/12 M       O Dec   S. Fever (Scarlet Fever) 2
8 Samuel Porter 23 M       O August Farmer B. Fever (Bilious or Typhoid Fever) 2
9 Mary Porter 40 F     W O Oct   Fever 21
10 Samantha Porter 6 F       O May   E. Hart 6
11 Sarah Warner 55 F     W Va April   E. Fever (Enteric or Typhoid Fever) 14
12 Jane Warner 16 F       O Nov   S. Fever (Scarlet Fever) 14
13 William M. Brock 3 M       O May   S. Fever (Scarlet Fever) 4
14 John Thomas Tarr 3 M       O May   Inflamation 6
15 Jemimah Steel 69 F     w Md Feby   S. Pox (Small Pox) 16
16 Alvah Winchester                    
17 John E. Winchester 10 M       O April   S. Pox (Small Pox) 21

REMARKS: Cholera Prevailed to some extent. Water good, Principle lime in the soil. Black Loome, Generally. Timbers, Burr, White & Pinn Oak, and Hickory. The principal Rock in the county is Limestone. A few quarries only of which are found. The soil rests upon a bed of clay & limestone, gravel and the streams also about the same. A. Simpson A.M.

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