Pendleton County, KY History & Genealogy


 

1860 Mortality Schedule

Transcribed from microfilm by Sherri


Schedule 3 - Persons who died during the Year ending June 1st, 1860,in the ___ District, County of Pendleton, State ofKentucky, enumerated by me, J.S. Coleman, Ass't Marshall.

Page 1

Name
Age
Sex
Color
Free or Slave
Married or Widowed
Birthplace
Month of Death
Profession, Occupation or Trade
Disease or Cause of Death
# of Days Ill
Jame W. Hudnall 11 M W     KY May   Tettinus 5
Annie B. Rawlings 6/12 F       KY Apr   Scarlot Fever 3
George P. Wilson 46 M       KY Feb Farmer Congestive Fever 2
Gerred Woodworth 80 M     W N Yoke July Wagon Maker Dropsey of Chest 12
Amanda C. Craig 1 F       KY Sept   Flux 21
Agnes Duffee 2 F       KY July   Scarlot Fever 9
Falmouth Concluded
Elizabeth Hobday 84 F     W VA Feb   Old Age 14
Bill Aulick 17 M B S   KY July   Dropsey of Heart 10
Daniel B. Keith 11 M W     KY Aug   Flux 14
Wm. A. Hall 1 M       KY Feb   Newmonic 18
Elizabeth W. Lake 4 F       KY May   Putred Thorte 30
Agnes E. Wright 4 F       KY Oct   Lung Fever 30
Margaret W. Wright 43 F     M KY July   Skervy 90
Charles M. Horden 1 M       KY Mar   Not Known 12
John Erles 100 M     M VA July   Old Age 14
Loucinda Asbury 36 F     M KY July   Cold 4
Henry M. King 3 M       KY May   Brain Fever 3
Laura F. King 16 F       KY Jan   Consumption 2 years
Nancy E. Asbuary 3 F       KY May   Putrid Thorte 6
George S. Hightour 24 M       KY May Clerke Drowned Sudden
Lewis Mullens 36 M     M KY May   Lung Disease 65
James W. Graves 1 M       KY Dec   Croop 3
David Ambler 90 M     W New Jerse Jan Tailor Dolsey 7
America E. Ambler 7 F       KY Aug   Scarlot Fever 7
Hanah Shivley 66 F     M VA Apr   Consumption 2 years
Susan E. Roberton 3 F       KY May   Scarlot Fever 8
Branch F. Wells 2 M       KY Apr   Brain Fever 14
Robert S. Shipp 1 M       KY Nov   Putrid Thorte 4
George W. Moore 17 M       KY Feb Farm Worker Conjestion Lungs 2
John W. Morehead 1 M       KY Feb   Scarlot Fever 60
Joseph Fugate 12 M       KY May   Scarlot Fever  
Samuel Y. Slater 2/12 M       KY May   Hooping Cough  

 

Spelling is as written. Errors most likely exist, between the spelling on the original and difficulties in reading the old handwriting. Please let me know if you find errors so that I can make the corrections.



 

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