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1880 U. S. Federal Census
Supplemental Schedules for the
Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes

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Insane Index
June 1880
McLean County, Illinois

Transcribed by: Teri Moncelle Colglazier

(As with all transcriptions please verify information with original source)


Supplemental Schedules, for the Defective, Dependent, and Delinquent Classes.

Inhabitants in ...(see below)..., in the County of ...McLean..., State of ...Illinois...

enumerated June, 1880

The object of this Supplemental Schedule is to furnish material not only for a complete enumeration of the insane, but for an account of their condition. It is important that every inquiry respecting each case be answered as fully as possible. Enumerators will, therefore after making the proper entries open the Population Schedule (No. 1), transfer the name (with Schedule page and number) of every insane person found, from Schedule No. 1 to this Special Schedule, and proceed to ask the additional questions indicated in the headings of the several columns. Enumerators may obtain valuable hints as to the number of the insane, and their residence, from physicians who practice medicine in their respective districts.


					Current			Attack	Total	
				    	paying			Present	# of	Age 1st	Confinement     Restraint	Inmate of		Total time in	Year of	epileptic, suicidal,
Page #	Line #	Name			Inmate	Form of Disease	Duration	Attacks	Attack	Required	         Required	hospital or asylum	hosp./asylum	discharge	     or homicidal


Allin

18	6	Spangler, Margret			Epilepsy				12	no		no	no					epileptic
24	10	Neff, Leathamine			Melancholia			40	no		no	no		

Bloomington

	1	Klaus, Christian 			mania		16 y	1		night			Poor Farm     	3	
	2	_____, _____					10 y	1		yes			Poor Farm     	20			homicidal
	3	_____, _____					14 y	1		night			Poor Farm     	14
	4	? Dety ?, Matteson		   	fright		25 y	1	3	yes			Poor Farm     	14	
	5	Alsop, William 		          	epilepsy		10 y	1	1	yes			Poor Farm     	5			epileptic
	6	Levick, William (Danvers)		epilepsy		11 y	1	18	yes			Poor Farm     	4			epileptic / homicidal
	7	Dunham, Albert 		      	melancholia	19 y	1	15	night			Poor Farm     	5
	8	Swanson, Barton (Lexington)				10 y	1	20	night			Poor Farm     	5			suicidal
	9	Galligher, Charles 		     	dementia		10 y	1	30	night			Poor Farm     	4
	10	Halisey, Micheal 		    	mania		13 y	1	27	night			Poor Farm     	6
	11	Benedich, Davell (Lexington)		mania		 7 y	1	15	night			Poor Farm     	5
	12	Baptist, John			melancholia	16 y	1		night			Poor Farm     	15
	13	Ben				mania		20 y	1	30	night			Poor Farm     	17
	14	Jacob						15 y	1	10	night			Poor Farm     	3
	40	Dunn, Alice 		   			15 y	1	28	yes			Poor Farm     	5
	10	Gibbs, Melinda 		          	epilepsy		10 y	1	40	yes			Poor Farm     	4	
	42	Bassol, John 			unknown					no		no	Poor House	9
	23	Belay, Reason		            									Almshouse
	24	Thomas, George 		           									Almshouse
	49	Stanford, Mary 		             									Almshouse
	50	Carl, Mary 		        									Almshouse
49	7	Friend, Charles											Hospital Columbus, Ohio
	3	Aughe, Andrew (no other information is listed)
	43	Hazlewood, John (no other information is listed)
	12	Pancake, Ella A  (no other information is listed)
	12	Broad, Mary		no	melancholly	17		27	no		watched	Jacksonville	3 m		1873	homicidal
	34	Root, George		no	melancholly	5			no		watched	no
	5	Smith, William		no	abcess on brain	19		18	no		chained	no					suicidal
	46	Stewart, J R		no	mania		3		49	no		no	Janesville		3
	45	Graham, Thomas (enumerator states: "can not now find the person")
	21	? Ellis ?, Sarah		partly	(no other information is listed)				38
	6	?Setrnee?, Charley			mania		4 y		35				Jacksonville	?_? m
	36	Brant, Mary		no	melancolia     	5 y		2?_?	no		no	? Lisasle ?     				suicidal
	24	Hogan, Mary		no	epilepsy				9/12				no					epileptic
	42	McLean, Michael		no	melancolia				35				Jacksonville	6 m
	45	Commack, James		no	melancolia     	4 y		37          				Jacksonville	4 y
	5	Fitzgerald, Kate		no	general paralysis	16 y						no
	32	Calkins, Sterling (no other information is listed)
	28	Smith, Annie (no other information is listed)		

Chenoa

22	33	Pendleton, Mary A			dementia			1	21	yes		no	Jacksonville	3 m		1878

Cropsey

	44	Stewart, Mary (no other information listed)		

Dale

	5	Campbell, John R			? milk fever ?		1	4	no
	23	? Caldwell ?, William							42				Kankakee     	2 m			suicidal / homicidal

Dry Grove

	17	Curtis, Laura		no	idiotic / mental defect				no	restraint common	no	
	46	Augspurger, Joseph	

Hudson

	83	Conder, William		pay	generally mild	6 m	1	27	no	no		Jacksonville	3 m			suicidal
	_6	Caufman, John		pay	melancholia	15 y	1	16	no	no		no

Lawndale

3	45	Vance, Albert			melancholia	2 y		30	no	no		no

Lexington

	9	Boller, Elizabeth (no other information listed)		
?_?	?_?	Ricen, James 		no	no		1 1/2 y	1	35 (transcriber note: see Nebraska Twp., Livingston County)

Martin

4	7	Foster, William (no other information listed)	

Money Creek

	49	Condor, William			epilepsy		6 m	1		no	no		Jacksonville	5 m
	26	Bishop, P W			melencolia		2			no	no		Jacksonville	1 y		1879

Mt. Hope

	18	Lucas, Mary			? jentia ?     	3 y	1		no	

Normal
		
		Crane, James M (no other information listed)		
	34	Washburn, Aga					17 m	1	31				Jacksonville	16 m		1880
	35	Crane, Albert G			general paralysis	8 m	3	23
	38	Wells, Clara (no other information listed)
	33	Lane, Emily (no other information listed)
	34	Lane, Horatia (no other information listed)

Padua

	24	Curey, Maria (Ellsworth)		?__? mania	5 m	1	47		no		Jacksonville	4 m		
	23	Hemtor, Eliza P					32 y	1		no	no		Columbus, Ohio	1 yr		1850
	9	O'Neal, Elizabeth H (Ellsworth)     									Indianapolis	1		1859

Randolph

	5	Hughes, Andrew			melancholia	1 m	2		no	no		no					homicidal

Saybrook

7	43	Argogot, James B (no other information listed)	

Towanda

	42	? Ryan ?, John			paralysis				5	no	no		no
	24	Gaff, Edward			paralysis				1	no	no		no


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