1860 Federal Census - MORTALITY SCHEDULE - Emanuel County, GA

Schedule 3 - Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June 1860

County of Emanuel, State of Georgia

Enumerated by N.M. Brinson, Ass't Marshal

 

Page 1

Name of Person

Age

Sex

 

Color

Free or Slave

Marital Status

Place of Birth

Month Person Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Number of Days Ill

Elbert Hackel

2

M

B

S

GA

Oct

 

Knot Known

13 days

Infant of T. Lamb

2/12

F

 

 

"

Nov

 

Colicy Infamation

30 days

William Hall

1

M

 

 

 

"

Jul

 

Dicencion(?)

5 days

John W. Green

39

M

 

 

M

"

Jun

Farmer

Digestion Stumich

Sudden

Selestial Lawson

6

F

 

 

 

"

Apr

 

Fits

1 day

Blyson Sumner

50

F

 

 

M

"

Jul

Seamstress

Asthma

1 year

Nathan Barwick

45

M

 

 

M

"

Jul

Farmer

Knot Known

6 months

Fanny McLeod

4/12

F

B

S

 

"

Sep

 

Poisend

2 hours

Hannah McLeod

1/12

F

B

S

 

"

Oct

 

Hooping Cauf

3 weeks

Manday Ricks

19

F

 

 

M

"

Sep

 

Fits

5 days

Margaret Wamack

7

F

B

S

 

"

Jan

 

Typhored Feavor

21 days

Izabella Sherod

3

F

 

 

 

"

Mar

 

Knot Known

45 days

William Johnson

4

M

 

 

 

"

Jul

 

Rheumatism

17 days

Martha Crump

25

F

B

S

 

SC

Oct

Feal Hand

Knot Known

90 days

Lucy Crump

1

F

B

S

 

GA

Mar

 

Pneumonia

40 days

James McGill

50

M

 

 

 

Scotland

Oct

Hewer

Chil & Feavor

7 days

C. Riches

22

M

B

S

 

GA

Sep

Tane

Axident

Suden

Diner Pevy

75

F

B

S

 

"

Jul

Cook

Old age

30 days

Dempsey Coope

74

M

B

S

 

Merrland

Jan

Feal Hand

Rheumatism

90 days

Susan McLeane

21

F

 

 

M

GA

May

Seamstress

Knot Known

90 days

Mary Johns

100

F

 

 

W

SC

Apr

 

Old age

9 days

Stephen S. Perkins

58

M

 

 

M

GA

Jun

Sadler

Paralisis

1 day

Benjann Frankling

7 da

M

 

 

 

"

May

 

Diarean

6 days

Nausisen Moring

32

F

 

 

M

SC

Feb

Seamstress

Consumption

13 days

Petter

2

M

B

S

 

GA

May

 

Pneumonia

12 days

Joseph Coleman

6/12

M

B

S

 

"

Sep

 

Colic

1 day

Jeremiah Coleman

6

M

 

 

 

"

Feb

 

Knot Known

1 day

Martha Curle

19

F

 

 

M

"

May

Seamstress

Child Bead

6 days

Neill Phillips

1/12

M

B

S

 

"

Oct

 

Colic

Sudden

Ann Hunter

55

F

B

S

 

SC

Nov

Cook

Typhorred Feavor

60 days

Jim Moseley

6/12

M

B

S

 

GA

Mar

 

Knot Known

1 day

George W Collins

1

M

 

 

 

"

May

 

Knot Known

8 days

Abram Griffine

22

M

B

S

 

"

Feb

Farmhand

Feavor

14 days

Elizabeth Edenfield

1

F

 

 

 

"

Jun

 

Knot Known

11 days

Jesse Brown

64

M

 

 

M

"

Sep

Farmer

Parralcis

4 years

 

Page 2

Name of Person

Age

Sex

 

Color

Free or Slave

Marital Status

Place of Birth

Month Person Died

Occupation

Cause of Death

Number of Days Ill

Frank Brown(?)

6/12

M

M

S

GA

Apr

 

Choacked

3 days

Cato Bird

6

M

B

S

 

"

Nov

 

Burns

1 day

Abraham Cowart

13

M

B

S

 

"

Apr

 

Liver Complaint

14 days

Will Barwick

5/12

M

B

S

 

"

Dec

 

Pneumonia

1 day

Augustus Johnson

33

M

 

 

 

"

Apr

Farmer

Intoxication

Suden

Eliza Newton

45

F

B

S

 

"

Dec

Farmhand

Frosed

1 day

Vilet Oglesby

68

F

B

S

 

"

Sep

Farmhand

Knot Known

14 days

Zoah McGruder

37

F

 

 

M

"

Mar

Seamstress

Consumption

6 months

John Ricks

32

M

 

 

M

"

Aug

Merchant

Knot Known

6 days

 

Remarks: There has been no one disease prevailed to any great extent in the locality, the

principle being pneumonia, dropsy and debility from old age.

 

Transcribed by Olivia Williamson Saffold

October 11, 2006

 

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