1860 Mortality Schedule for Winston County



From June 1859 - June 1860



Eastern Division:

Name

Age

Sex

State Born

Month Died

Cause of Death

Days Ill

Other

               

Beasley, Reuben

34

M

NC

June

Consumption

2 Yrs.

Married

Calvert, John

1 Mo.

M

AL

July

Croup

7 Days

 

Calvert, William

61

M

Unknown

September

Typhoid Fever

6 Weeks

Widower/Farmer

Davidson, Lucy

15

F

AL

January

Typhoid Fever

6 Weeks

 

England, Catherine

65

F

NC

February

Unknown

4 Months

Slave/House Servant

"Alexander Englandís Catherine"

England, Julia

1 Mo.

F

AL

December

Croup

6 Days

 

Freeman, ?

1

M

GA

June

Flux

1 Mo.

 

Harvile, William

70

M

VA

May

Snake Bite

4 Mo.

Slave/Servant

Hunter, Sarah F.

4

F

AL

September

Unknown

3 Weeks

 

Hyde, John

1 Mo.

M

AL

January

Unknown

30 Days

 

Matthews, Olley

11

F

GA

July

Diarrhea

21 Days

 

McKenzie, Sarah

4

F

AL

April

Unknown

2 Days

 

Pell, Henry

19

M

GA

July

Typhoid Fever

11 Days

 

Pell, William

63

M

NC

January

Tree Falling

-

Married

Read, John

1 Mo.

M

AL

March

Croup

21 Days

 

Shields, William

1 Mo.

M

AL

May

Unknown

Sudden

 

Speegle, Mary

20

F

AL

April

Typhoid Fever

2 Mo.

Married

Wyly, Martha

23

F

TN

May

Consumption

8 Mo.

Seamstress

Remarks: The cause of death in my division is various. There is no local cause for sickness here and I have met with but one case of sickness during my canvas. We have excellent freestone water in this county, some chalybeate springs with fine medicinal virtues. The soil is not well adapted to the raising of corn. Cotton grows fine. A vast quantity of stone coal which is of good quality. T.A. Latham, Assít Marshal, Eastern Division.

Western Division:

Name

Age

Sex

State Born

Month Died

Cause of Death

Days Ill

Other

               

Barnes, Abner

3

M

GA

May

Flux

11 Days

 

Bateler, Benja

65

M

MD

February

Dis. Liver

365 Days

Boteler?, Widower, Merchant

Bell, John W.

2

M

AL

July

Flux

12 Days

 

Borden, Frances

3 Mo.

F

AL

February

Scarlet Fever

8 Days

 

Curtis, James G.

16

M

AL

February

Stab-Knife

-

Farmer

Dodd, Isabella

6 Mo.

F

AL

March

Croup

30 Days

 

Fienedy, Nancy

12

F

GA

May

Pneumonia

20 Days

 

Francis, Elizabeth

1 Mo.

F

AL

June

Unknown

30 Days

 

Frost, Susanna

4

F

AL

May

Unknown

75 Days

 

Hooker, Nancy

71

F

KY

May

Pneumonia

7 Days

Married

Hopson, Frances M.

11

M

AL

April

Unknown

13 Days

 

Ingle, Catharine

28

F

SC

May

Unknown

1 Day

 

Laramore, Mary

2

F

AL

July

Flux

8 Days

 

Little, Charles M.

23

M

AL

May

Scarlet Fever

4 Days

Attorney

Norris, Thomas P.

2

M

AL

March

Burned

Sudden

 

Patterson, C.R.

1 Mo.

M

AL

February

Unknown

8 Days

 

Sitton, Catherine

32

F

GA

February

Consumption

4 Days

Farmer

Steward, Nicy E.

2

F

AL

July

Flux

7 Days

 

Walker, Samuel

70

M

SC

February

Dropsy

28 Days

Married, Mechanic

Wandlin, Margaret

14

F

GA

March

Scarlet Fever

21 Days

Sandlin?

Widman, Francis M.

11 Mo.

M

AL

April

Unknown

30 Days

 

York, William T.

1

M

AL

July

Flux

3 Days

 

Remarks: James M. Bibb, Assít Marshall, Western Division


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