Bullitt County History

African American Death Reports, 1880 Mortality Schedule

The following list is transcribed from the 1880, Bullitt County Mortality Schedule by Daniel Buxton. Possible additions and corrections are welcome. Contact us using the link above.

Blacks listed in 1880 Bullitt County Mortality Schedule

House#NameAgeSexStatusPOBFBPMBPProfessionDate of DeathCause of DeathCounty ResidentDoctor
29Infant Harris5moMsingleKYALKYJun 1879Still Birth
170John Bowman64MmarriedKYVAKYMar 1880Flux64 YearsApplegate
135Rubin Miles99MmarriedKYLaborerApr 1880Old AgeWelsh
35Jno Gaven15MsingleKYKYKYJun 1879Con- sumption12 Years
36Mary Gillock15FsingleKYKYKYMay 1880Pul - Con- sumption2 YearsS.S. McKAy
38Robert Mace5moMsingleKYKYKYMay 1880?5 MonthsD.M. Bates
38Mattie Mace3FsingleKYKYKYMay 1880?3 YearsD.M. Bates
59Sic Johnson61MwidowerKYKYKYLaborerOct 1879Dropsy40 YearsS.A. McKay
66Addie Johnson5moFsingleKYKYKYDec 1879Croop6 MonthsC.W. Crist
85Munito Malia41FmarriedMDMDMDKeeping HouseMar 1880?4 YearsW.B. ?

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