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1850 Mortality Schedule, Benton County, Iowa
SCHEDULE 3.--Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1850
Microfilm Number: T1156-54


Transcribed by Sue Soden and proofread by John Shuck
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Copyright © 2008 by Sue Soden.

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Division: District No. 11    
Enumerated by: Elijah Evans
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                                                              BIRTH                                               #DAYS
 PG   LN  LAST-NAME   FIRST-NAME  AGE   SEX  COLOR  F/S  M/W  PLACE   MONTH   OCCUPATION  CAUSE-OF-DEATH          ILL
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 283  1   Bryson      Fielden     68    M    .      .    M    N.C.    Nov.    Farmer      Unknown                 Sudden
      2   White       Sara        30    F    .      .    M    Ohio    ***     .           Inflamation of bowels   1 Week
      3   White       Elizabeth   22    F    .      .    M    Ohio    Mar     .           Cholera                 Sudden
      4   Sanders     George F.   1/12  M    .      .    .    Iowa    Jan     .           Unknown                 Sudden
      5   Rosbury     Samuel      51    M    .      .    .    Va      May     Farmer      Unknown                 3 days
      6   Helm        James       5/12  M    .      .    .    Iowa    April   .           Inflamation in b*       1 Week
      7   Alexander   Samuel      11    M    .      .    .    Ill     July    .           Unknown                 2 days
      8   Doss        Henry       16    M    .      .    .    Ky      May     Laborer     Unknown                 2 Weeks
      9   Mobbly      Nancy       84    F    .      .    W    Md      April   .           Old age                 7 Weeks

          Remarks:  The Water in Benton County is generally Limestone clear and from some good
          springs. The soil is of a black rich soil, mixed with sufficient sand to make it of a
          *am nature. Lime Stone generally plenty. The timber is generally Ooak of different
          kinds Such as White Read & Buroak. Some parts Sugartree - with some Black & white
          Walnut (but Scarce) , Linn, Elm, L C. Seasons generally long enough for Crop to get ripe
          Winters, fine, dry, cold and pleasant good Sleyhing

                                   6 m
                                   3 f
 
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