Kansas History and Heritage Project-Smith County

Smith County
1880 Mortality Schedule


Name Age Sex Birth Date of
Death
Cause of
Death
Adair, George W. 66 Male Virginia Sept. 1879 Consumption
Adams, Earnest 2mo Female Kansas Apr. 1880 Epilepsy
Adams, Evan 5mo Male Kansas July 1879 Inflammation of bowels
Baker, Berry 42 Male Apr. 1880 Heart disease
Baker, M. 52 Female May 1880 Consumption
Bealer, Lillie 1 Female Kansas Aug. 1879 Spinal meningitis
Bennett, Emma Bell 5 Female Oct. 1879 Diphtheria
Bentley, Mary 4mo Female Kansas Nov. 1879 Convulsions
Billings, Charles 54 Male June 1879 Injury of spine
Brown, Nellie 3 Female Oct. 1879 Diphtheria
Clark, ---- 52 Female Aug. 1879 Cancer of uterus
Crawford, Mary 4mo Female Kansas Aug. 1879 Meningitis
Dakin, Andrew 17 Male Iowa June 1879 Typho-pneumonia
Dakin, Delbert 6 Male Iowa June 1879 Typho-pneumonia
Dakin, Harriet 38 Female Indiana Aug. 1879 Typho-pneumonia
Dakin, Mertie 7mo Female Kansas Sept. 1879 Typho-pneumonia
Dakin, O. Ann 13 Female Iowa Feb. 1880 Typho-pneumonia
Dewrosett, Julia 29 Female Oct. 1879 Pneumonia
Goodman, --- 10da Male Kansas Apr. 1880 Spina bifida
Gould, Sarah 39 Female Illinois Jan. 1880 Catarrh fever
Harvey, --- 2 Female Sept. 1879 Scarlet fever
Hays, William 23 Male Missouri Feb. 1880 Consumption
Hislof, Mary Maude 2mo Female Kansas Dec. 1879 Acute hydrocephalus
Homes, Julia A. 39 Female Oct. 1879 Venerial disease
Houghman, -- 6da Male Kansas Dec. 1879 Convulsions
Lowsing, Laura 9mo Female Kansas Nov. 1879 Hydrocephalus
Purcell, Ella 2 Female Mar. 1880 Brain disease
Purcell, Miss 8 Female Mar. 1880 Congestion of bowels
Reaves, John 8 Male Aug. 1879 Peritonitis
Relihan, Gracia 6mo Female Kansas July 1879 Cholera Infantum
Southwick, L. M. 20 Female Aug. 1879 Pneumonia
Tucker, Oscar 9 Male Kansas Aug. 1879 Cholera Infantum
Venable, W. 58 Male Dec. 1879 Paralysis of heart
Wales, Arvilla 30 Female July 1879 Childbirth
Wilber, William 23 Male Dec. 1879 Pneumonia






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