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1850 Mortality Schedules | 1860
Mortality Schedules | 1880 Mortality Schedules
SCHEDULE 3. -- Person who Died during the Year ending
1st June, 1850, in 17th Sub Division
in the County of Campbell State of Tennessee, enumerated by me, John Phillips Ass't Marshall.
NAME AGE S R FS MS POB MTH Occ DISEASE DAYS Henry Queener 77 M M MD June Farmer Brest Comp 13 Daniel Queener 84 M M PA December Farmer Gravile Mary J White 1 F TN July Colera Manbus 11 Jeremiah Lovet 5 F TN June Hooping Cough 35 Mary E H Wheeler 10 F TN November Brain Inflamation 5 Cimafret Baker 10/12 F TN March Hives 15 Mary Hutson 25 F M TN March None unknown Christian Prock/Brock 90 M M NC March None Dropsy 20 Eli Jarmon 1/12 M TN March Hives 3 Mary Gray 11 F TN May Drowned John Richardson 61 M M VA March None unknown 6 Henry Malicoat 1 M TN October unknown 30 John Reed 20 M TN March Farmer Dropsy 60 Ann E Agee 1/12 F TN November Hives 5 Febee Cox 20 F TN August Fever 11 Susan Nelson 75 F W VA June Old Age 15 Sarah Witt 8 F MO January Burned 10 Frances Phillips 79 F VA July Old Age 15 John Flatford 24 M TN August Farmer Consumption 120 Lucy Miller 48 F VA August unknown 6 James Smith 2/12 M TN September Hives 4 James Cannon 8/12 M TN July Hooping Cough 10 Oliver Collins 22 M NC August Farmer Consumption 80 Parlena Heatherby 1 F TN January Croop 8 Martha Smith 23 F TN February unknown 13 Euricus Smith 67 M M VA February Farmer Cancer 150 John H Mingo 1/12 M TN September unknown 2 John Hirrin 1 M TN February unknown 30 Elijah Braden 26 M M TN March Farmer Fever 14 Dicy M Turner 1 F TN May unknown 6 Napoleon Futts 3 M TN May unknown 14 Anna Loy 15 F TN January Fever 9 Sarah Sharp 83 F M NC June unknown 40 Morris Bridges 49 M M NC June Farmer Fever 20 Elizabeth Bridges 6 F TN July Fever 35 Ellis Right 5 M TN February Scarlet Fever Sudden Oliver Huff 9/12 M TN April Burnt 4 Minerva Adkins 1 F TN November Hooping Cough 14 Chesley Adkins 7 M TN December Hooping Cough 10 Ransone Adkins 1/12 M TN November unknown 28 Robert Stroublefield 82 W NC October None unknown 39 David Hudleston 13 M TN May Fever 23 Milly Keller 23 F M TN March Fever 13 George Davis 78 M M unknown Arp Farmer unknown 39 James Douglas 7 M TN September unknown 2 Samuel Douglas 5 M TN September unknown 4 Jesse Lay 84 M W unknown March None Old Age 9
Disease in this county is of a very diversified character; mostly chronic Fevers. Are mostly Typhoid though some intermittent on the creeks and rivers. (??) & pulmonary disease are prevalent. Some cases of Goitre=Water. This county is finely watered. In the valleys, the water is a strong limestone, in the balance of the county it is called free stone water. Perhaps no county has finer waterpower for machinery. The streams have many falls and great (permanaancy?) in dry weather particularly a stream called Cedar Creek which for the number of it's falls and its durability is I think not excelled anywhere. It is fed by kindreds of fine springs, breaking out of the immense hills into its (courider?). There are many (chalybeats?) and sulphur springs, some having valuable medicinal virtue soil. In the valleys (about one sixth of the county), the soil is stiff clayey and rich. In the rest of the county the soil is gravelly or sandy and on the creeks and rivers very rich. The Cumberland mountains occupies about (1/2?) the county and has much rich table land and other lands that are cultivatedrocs. In the vallyes the rocks are limestone. In the mountains sandstone and slate.
Timber is tolerably large of fine quality and abundant. Of forest trees oak is most abundant then pine, hickory, beech poplar, walnut, cedar, sugar maple from which a considerable quantity of sugar is made. (Elin?) sycamore, birhc, (L...?) also wild cherry, magnolia persimmon, locust, red bud cercis, sorrell tree (de de do??)
Fertilizers Lime is obtained by burning the limestone of the valleys. The plasteress who have used it say it is the best they have ever seen made from the limestone. Ores There are considerable quantities of lead on which however is not worked. The iron ore is of superior quality and vastly abundant. One vein particularly runs across the county (20 miles) where the mountains and Powels valley joins just at the base of the mountains. This ore is only worked in a small way though it yields a large per cent of the best iron.
Coal There are many vast
beds of coal mostly of good quality though some contains sulphur.
It is only used by blacksmiths. Charcoal being used in iron making.
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