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1880 Mortality Index

Persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880
in Quincy 2nd Ward, Enumeration Dist. 24, in the County of Adams, State of Illinois
Enumerated by me, J. H. Nickell?

Transcribed by Debbie Gibson

# of the






Place of Birth



Month of death


Cause of death

2 Morton, C. H. 53 M W M Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts May Real Estate Broker Suicide
12 Schultheis, Charles 20 M W   Illinois Prussia Prussia March Baker Burned
21 Davis, Thomas N. 25 M W M Illinois Kentucky Kentucky April Worked in Mill Erysipelas in Head
55 Bryant, William 23 M B M Virginia Virginia Virginia June Worked on R. R. Hemorrhage of Lungs
58 Leslie, Susie 3 F B   Illinois Missouri Virginia March   Erysipelas
68 Carlton, Earl 4 M W   Missouri Tennessee Missouri December None Typhoid Fever
117 Ertel, Helena 16 F W   Illinois Bavaria Bavaria January At school Typhoid Fever
132 Neiman, Sofa 1/12 F W   Illinois Prussia Bruesuide? November   Craw__ Colic
140 Bacum, Josephine 11 F B   Tennessee Tennessee Alabama May   Ulcer in Stomach
  Warner?, __ Mr. 50 M W M Massachusetts Massachusetts Connecticut March None Consumption
174 Bartlett, Albert 22 M B M Missouri Missouri Missouri May Worked on Boat Consumption
175 Green, George 35 M B M Missouri Virginia Missouri July Worked in Mill Pneumonia
196 King,  Ada 5/12 F W   Illinois Illinois New York August   Whooping Cough
  Ross, Charlie 35 M W W Missouri Illinois Missouri August Bartender Gunshot wound

Notes from Enumerator:  C. H. Morton, Thomas Davis, William Bryant, Susie Leslie and Chas. Schultheis families resided in Quincy, Adams, Illinois, as of June 1, 1880.
Col. C. H. Morton a prominent citizen of this city was found some time toward the last of May 1880-in his bed he having killed himself it is supposed with a pistol which was found in his hand.
Schultheris was burned in a bakery at Kansas City sometime in the ______.
Bacum there is no such position here. Warner? certain by died but haven't been able to find his physician.


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