Scott County, Tennessee
1860 Mortality Schedule

This page was last updated 30 December 1996

The Scott County mortality schedule is contained on the Anderson-Wilson county Federal Mortality Census Schedules 1850-1880 and Related Indexes, in the Custody of the Daughters of the American Revolution microfilm T655, roll 27 located in the National Archives.

Only 13 deaths were recorded for Scott County on the Federal 1860 Mortality Schedule; 8 white males, 5 white females, no blacks, no mulattos, no slaves, and 4 of 13 deaths involved married persons.

Click on the image to see a scan of the original 1860 schedule

Page No. 1st

SCHEDULE 3.---Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in the 2nd 1st 5th 3rd 6th & 9th Districts in the County of Scott State of Tennessee, enumerated by me, DA Creekmore Ass't Marshal.

NAME OF EVERY PERSON WHO DIED during the year ending 1sr June 1860, whose usual place of abode at the time of death was in this family Age Sex Color, {white, black, or mulatto) Free or slave Married or widowed PLACE OF BIRTH, Naming the State, Territory or Country THE MONTH in which the person died PROFESSION, OCCUPATION, or TRADE DISEASE OR CAUSE OF DEATH NUMBER OF DAYS ILL
1 Slate Keeton 2/12 M Tenn Aug Unknown 3 Days
2 Shelby Smith 3/12 M Do Oct Croop 7 Days
3 Enoch Davis 80 M M Do Oct Peter Maker Old Age 3 We
4 George Shoopman 16 M Do Febry farmer Murdered Sudden
5 Laucinda Todd 28 F M Do June [?] Cold 6 m
6 Malinda Griffith 24 F M Do April Do Consumption 3 m
7 Aaron Griffith 1 M Do Sept Wormes 3 W
8 Jesse West 4/12 M Do May Bald Hives Sudden
9 Sarrah McDonald 8 F Do Feb Wormes 3 M
10 Joel McDonald 32 M Do Dec farmer Consumption 1 M
11 Margrette Alley 3 F Do Aug Scarlet fever 15 Days
12 [B]alum Griffith 3 M Do Jan Do 7 Days
13 Manerva Burnette 33 F M KY May [Neaveaus] fever 8 Weeks

REMARKS: no diseases visited the County with exception of Scarlet Fever.

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