Randolph County, Indiana
1860 Mortality Census
SCHEDULE 3 -- Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860, in Wayne Township in the County of Randolph, State of Indiana, enumerated by me, Asa Teal Ass't Marshal.
Line Last Name First Name Age Sex Color Free or Slave Md or Wd Place Born Month Died Occupation Cause of Death # Days Sick 1 OConner Thomas 1 M . . . Ohio March . Brain Fever 5 2 Sarff Sarah 4 F . . . Ind January . Putrid Sore Throat 4 3 Stone Frank 9 mo M . . . Ind April . Lung Disease 8 mos 4 Wimer Peter 65 M . . M Penn August Farmer Consumption 39 5 Conklin Samuel 60 M . . M N.J. March Farmer Consumption 4 mos 6 Dickson Silas 30 M . . M Ohio August Farmer Consumption 12 mos 7 Fowler Hezekiah 30 M . . M Ohio February Farmer Consumption 18 mos 8 Griffis James 55 M . . M Ky October Farmer Disease of Heart 23 9 McConnel Sarah L. 2 F . . . Ind June . Typhus Fever 20 10 Mote Jonathan 1 M . . . Ind September . Brain Fever 21 11 Mote Oly 1 mo F . . . Ind June . Unknown 5 12 Powel Philip 88 M . . M Penn September Farmer Old Age 18 13 Ingle Abraham 66 M . . W Penn March Farmer Heart Disease 4 yrs 14 Peacock Rosanah 17 F . . . Ind April House Keeper Fits 9 15 Cox Achanah 4 F . . . Ind April . Disease of the Spine 10 16 Peacock P?? 19 F . . M Ind June . Typhus Fever 15 17 Hinshaw Eunice 28 F . . M N.C. January House Keeper Typhus Fever 10 18 Pikes Hannah 20 F . . . Ind February House Keeper Typhus Fever 18 19 Shockney Rachel 43 F . . M M.D. January House Keeper Asthma 12 20 Shockney Samuel 66 M . . M M.D. September Farmer Not Known 3 21 Hinshaw Rebecca 25 F . . M Ind June House Keeper Consumption 6 mos Total Number of Deaths 21 . . . . . . . . .
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