Tippecanoe County Early Pauper Deaths From Documents 1827-1860

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Examples of the documents at TCHA, Alameda McCollough Research Library

Service providers submitted bills to the appropriate goverment official, who forwarded them to the County Commissioners for final approval and payment.
1827 Death of Wm. Carpenter, shown in the Commisioners' Book A, page 27 1846 caring for Joseph Brooker, by citizen John Stanfield, submitted to Samuel Stair, Overseer & Justice of the Peace for Washington township.
1837 Dr Jewet billing for medical expenses for pauper Sarah Parson 1849 Daniel Rhien -1849 coffin list during the Cholera times
1840 Submitted receipts for burial shrouding 
Treasurer paying for burial materials
1849 Quarterly report-submitted by Rue Carson the Superintendant pages 1  2  3  4 
1841 Aug. billing receipt by John Meek, a Gravedigger 1850 Township Justice of Peace burial expense

The Index 1827 to 1860
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Surnames A and B
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Item # Pauper Surname  Pauper First Name Month Year Service code Services by: Category Comments Location/ Building
29 503 Aden Thomas 6 1850 Vendor J. Milford Death coffin Tippecanoe Co.
29 471 Aden Thomas 9 1850 Overseer Rue Carson Death Quarterly listing - died 6/7/1850 Tippecanoe Co.
22 9256 Barry child 1 1846 Vendor James Mix Death coffin Tippecanoe Co.
28 95 Bass Mrs.  12 1848 Vendor Matthias Scudder Coffin Fairfield
42 465 Baumgard __ 12 1859 Vendor Matthias Scudder Death coffin Tippecanoe Co.
18 7284 Bouyer Jacob 1 1843 Vendor H. J. Mulford Death coffin Tippecanoe Co.

The Index 1827 to 1860
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Poor Farm Census records 1850 1860, 1870. 1880
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