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presents the

1880 Mortality Index

Persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880
in Richfield, Enumeration Dist. 20, in the County of Adams, State of Illinois
Enumerated by me, W. E. Trotter

Transcribed by Debbie Gibson

# of the






Place of Birth



Month of death


Cause of death

20 Moore, George 3/12 M W   Illinois Illinois Illinois July   Cholera Infantum
29 Belts, Troy L. 9/12 M W   Illinois Illinois Illinois April   Inflammation of Brain
37 Cleveland, Susan 9/12 F W   Illinois Illinois Illinois July   Cholera Infantum
  Jimason, Mary 67 F W M Pennsylvania     November Keeping House Softening of Brain
69 Campbell, Ruth 1 F W   Illinois Illinois Illinois August   Enteritis
110 Lile, Lydia 1 F W   Illinois Illinois Missouri August   Cholera Infantum
98 Lile, Martha J. 56 F W M Indiana Indiana Kentucky March Keeping House Congestion of Lungs
114 Kabrick, David 2 M W   Illinois Virginia Illinois November   Diphtheria
137 Conway, Elizabeth 47 F W M Ohio Pennsylvania Pennsylvania December Keeping House Typhoid Fever
140 Green, Nelly M. 1 F W   Illinois Illinois Illinois August   Enteritis
145 Young, James 77 M W M Kentucky Virginia Virginia February Farmer Chronic Bronchitis
172 Calkins, Carlyle 11 M W   Ohio unreadable unreadable October Work on Farm Typhoid Fever
176 Lykes, Ralph 4/12 M W   Illinois Indiana Illinois August   Cholera Infantum
217 Rothbun, Malissa 27 F W M Illinois     January Keeping House Peritonitis
234 Marlow, James 20 M W   Illinois Missouri Maryland May Farm Laborer Diabetes
  Additions from         Physicians Returns        
  Beltz, Sarah E. 25 F W M Illinois     February? Housework Pulmonary Tuberculosis
  Bowman, Orpha Emeline 13 F W   Illinois     September   Cholera Morbus

Notes from Enumerator:  Their has been no Particular Malady No Piculiar Disease No accidents Covering Bra?? in the last year in my Enumeration District Their is
no other Practicing Physician in this Enumeration District other than my self and it is in impossible to get the signature of the attending Physicians
with out _______ and Trouble and as I have been in Council in a Majority of the Cases I believe the Diseases Canc__ Death as stated above to be correct
 W. E. Trotter, M. D.


(transcriber's note: the names with * by them are the ones with lines through them. Enumerator's notes are just how they wrote them spelling and all.)


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