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Name Age Sex Color Birth Month Died Profession Cause of Death # Days Ill (Free/Slave) James M. Aaron 3/12 M AR Aug ??? 12 Days William A. Adams 9 M TN Aug Inflam Brain 9 Days Mary H. Alfrod 9/12 F AR Jun Scarlet Fever 15 Days Abraham Allen 5 M AR Sep Typhoid Fever 14 Days Benjamin F. Aydelott 2 M AR Jul Scarlett Fever 7 Days Mary E. Aydelott 8/12 F AR Jul Scarlett Fever 10 Days Elizabeth Ball 33 F TN Aug Child Bed 8 Days John Ball ½ M AR Aug Unknown 3 Days Franklin Ball ½ M AR Aug Unknown 4 Days Nancy E. M. Bandy 6 F AR Nov Typhoid Fever 6 Weeks Mary C. Bandy 2 F AR Dec Croup 4 Days Robert A. Barnett 24 M AR Jan Farmer Consumption 2 Years James W. Barnett 4/12 M AR Aug Inflam Bowels 2 Weeks Beniah Bateman 61 M NC May Farmer Consumption 4 Years William Bean 17 M KY Jan Farmer Cholera 3 Days Amanda Bragg 2 F AR May Unknown 2 Days William L. Brown 7 M TN Nov Int Fever 60 Days Sarah Burge 31 F TN Jul Unknown 7 Days Malinda Burge 11 F TN Sep Sudden John Burns 1 M AR Jan Typhoid Fever 4 Weeks Samuel Cagle 9/12 M AR Mar Croup 7 Days John Campbell 55 M TN Apr Farmer Pneumonia 4 Days Mary J. Cash 1 F AR Sep Scarlet Fever 9 Days Charlotte 63 F Black (Slave) VA May Inflam Brain 20 Days Clara 12 F Black (Slave) AR Jun Inflam Bowels 7 days Mary E. Clayman 7 F TN May Diarrhea 2 Days Leander Clayman 6 M TN May Diarrhea 4 Days David Clayman 4 M TN May Diarrhea 5 Days Arta Clayman 2 F TN May Diarrhea 3 Days Elizabeth Clayman 18 F TN Apr Diarrhea 1 Day Mary A. Clayman 10 F TN Apr Diarrhea 1 Day Sarah B. Clayman 4 F TN Apr Diarrhea 2 Days Henry Coal 21 M IL Mar Farmer Pneumonia 15 Days Wilkenson Canon 8 M AR May Int Fever 14 Days John M. Cason 1 M AR Jun Inflam Bowels 40 Days Samuel Daggett 41 M NY May Pleurisy 11 Days Robert J. Day 40 M MD Feb Miller Pneumonia 6 Days Eliza J. Doland 1/12 F AR Oct Croup 3 Days Mary E. Doland 1 F AR Feb Scarlet Fever 2 Weeks Peter Engels 68 M MD Dec Farmer Pneumonia 6 Days Nathanial W. Fontain 2 M AR Mar Apoplexy 2 Days John E. Foster 4 M AR May Worms 9 Days Elizabeth Fulbright 30 F NC Aug Child Bed 5 Days Margaret J. Garland 3 F AR Oct Worms 7 Days John Glenn 30 M NC May Cabinet Maker Consumption 1 Year George Goodman 8 M AR Mar Pneumonia 9 Days Margaret Guilhany 38 M VA Mar Con Chill 3 Days Lemuel J. Halliburton 9 M AR Mar Inflam Brain 1 Week Horation Harrison 17 M AR Feb Farmer Typhoid Fever 11 Days Hellen 6/12 F Black (Slave) AR Jul Inflam Brain 2 Days Mary Henley 30 F GA Nov Affection of Liver 16 Days Mary Henley 49 F GA Nov Affection of Bowels 14 Days George W. Henyon 1 M AR Oct Scarlet Fever 6 Days Mary E. Hess 11 F AR Nov Scarlet Fever 12 Days Rebecca C. Hess 3 F AR Oct Con Chill 2 Days Elen J. Hines 1 F AR Apr Int Fever 7 Days Rebecca O. Hogue 3/12 F AR Oct Inflam Bowels 60 Days Susan Hogue 12 F GA Aug Con Fever 10 Days John Holman 4/12 M AR May Croup 1 Day Marnerva Howell 12 F TN Jan Burnt 11 Days Henry H. King 8 M AR Apr Scarlet Fever 14 Days William W. King 7 M AR Apr Scarlet Fever 14 Days Sarah Liles 40 F GA Jan Affection of Liver 90 Days Alfred Luster 9/12 M AR Jul Hives 3 Days John Lytle 1 M AR Jun Influenza Bowels 27 Days James B. Magness 7 M AR Jun Scarlet Fever 3 Days William Magness 4 M AR Jun Scarlet Fever 7 Days Mary L. Mariweather 4 F AR Apr Typhoid Fever 60 Days Cynthia McGuinn 69 F NC Dec Diarrhea 2 Years Evelina McGuinn 1 F AR Jul Inflam Bowels 5 Days Milla 75 F Black (Slave) VA Jan Apoplexy 5 Days Ann Moore 36 F NC Nov Dropsy 28 Days James Morris 40 M ?? Feb Miller Pneumonia 6 Days Louisa Mo??ow 8 F MS Jun Scarlet Fever 5 Days John Moses 67 M NC Mar Farmer Pneumonia 7 Days Margaret Oxford 2 F MO July Scarlet Fever 8 Days David Passory 52 M KY Feb Pleurisy 7 Days Eliza J. Penter 6 F AR Nov Unknown 1 Week John A. Perkins 10/12 M AR Nov Pneumonia 30 Days John Raney 4 M AR Oct Scarlet Fever 3 Weeks Redman 16 M Black (Slave) AR Aug Inflam Brain 6 Days James J. Reeves 9 M AR Feb Dropsy 2 Weeks Lewis P. Rieket 7/12 M AR Mar Scarlet Fever 2 Days Mary Roberts 6 F MS Jul Con Fever 4 Days Margaret Rock (?Polk) 28 F AR Dec Pleurisy 9 Days Jacob Rushing 1 M AR Jul Scarlet Fever 15 Days Miles Sexton 64 M NC Apr Farmer Cholera 1 Day James Sexton 36 M TN Apr Farmer Cholera 1 Day Frances Sherrill 1/12 F AR Sep Croup 1 Day Helen Simpson 1 F AR Aug Bronchitis 8 Days Louisa M. Slater 9/12 F AR Sep Bronchitis 7 Days Mary L. Stephens 2 F AR Mar Burnt 14 Days Lucretia E. Stone 1 F AR Jun Inflam Bowels 2 Days Mary A. Stricklin 7 F TN Sep Bilious Fever 9 Days Infant Stricklin 1/12 M AR Mar Small Pox 8 Days John W. Sulivan 6 M AR Aug Bilious Fever 3 Weeks George W. Sulivan 7 M AR Aug Bilious Fever 3 Weeks Thomas Sulivan 2/12 M AR Apr Croup 3 Days Mary Swain 16 F TN Oct Scarlet Fever 3 Days Taylor 1 M Black (Slave) AR May Inflam Bowels 1 Week George Taylor 1/12 M AR Jan Scarlet Fever 14 Days William Taylor 1/12 M AR Jan Scarlet Fever 14 Days Theadore Thomas 1 M AR Jan Thrash 3 Days William A. Thompson 1 M AR Aug Con Fever 5 Days Sarah Tosh 30 F AR Oct Consumption 2 Years Westly Trimble 29 M AR Dec Farmer Consumption 3 Years Marcus Tunstall 1 M AR Jul Small Pox 7 Days Sarah Tucker 30 F VA Nov Int Fever 60 Days Sarah J. Tweedy 2/12 F AR Apr Inflam Brain 8 Days Elvira E. Walker 20 F KY Apr Child Bed 2 Weeks Malinda J. Watson 1 F AR Apr Scarlet Fever 7 Days Robert W. Watson 6 M MO Oct Scarlet Fever 14 Days Tandy P. Watson 3/12 M Unk May Inflam Bowels 4 Days Lucinda A. Weldon 8 F AR Mar Scarlet Fever 7 Days Nancy Williams 27 F IN Feb Pleurisy 28 Days Robert Williams 39 M PA Feb Merchant Pneumonia 5 Days William H. Wood 19 M KY Apr Farmer Pneumonia 11 Days Rufus S. Young 40 M NC May Cholera 1 Day Mary Zolliekoffer 20 F Unk Nov Child Bed Fever 9 Days Note by enumerator: Typhoid fever has existed as an epidemic in a mild form for the last three years, cause unknown, water, free & limestone, soil, uplands limestone, Rocky, Lime & Sandstone, ores, Iron, Lead, Manganese, abundant, season moderate, this county will undoubtly be rich in minerals. The products of the uplands are wheat, corn, oats and cotton. The bottoms equal to any lands for cotton and corn. The health of this county will compare with any in the United States. Posted July 14, 2007.Return to Independence County
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