637Re: [MexicoDNAProject] RE: San Juan Bautista burial records - causes of death
- Sep 13, 2013Hi Robert.I asked my father what these references of death would mean. He said that ynsultos bajo could mean lower abdominal but he said that it could be a reference to dying of depression resulting from mental trauma or distress. Ataque arrenpentino could mean a heart attack, stroke, aneurysm or from a syndrome.
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On Sep 13, 2013, at 2:43 PM, <realdealt@...> wrote:
I would initially think that same that it was something from the abdomen or lower abdomen but have been unable to find anything specific. In my searches I also saw a result mentioning a mental illness such a Tourette's Syndrome but it was not specifically linking it. It may have just been a malady that happened to be mentioned.
This description "ataque arrepentino" certainly indicates a sudden attack of something resulting in death and the first thing that comes to mind is a heart attack or possibly an aneurysm or stroke.
--- In email@example.com, <sangerjaime@...> wrote:How about an interpretation of fallecio de un "ataque arrepentino" gleaned in Abasolo Coahuila death records?
From: Dahlia Palacios <dahlpalaci@...>
To: MexicoDNAProject <MexicoDNAProject@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Fri, Sep 13, 2013 9:07 am
Subject: Re: [MexicoDNAProject] San Juan Bautista burial records - causes of deathHi Robert,I could be wrong,but I will share how my mother Angelita Guajardo and her sister (La Curandera) Bernarda Sanchez would answer this question most likely.Indigestion of the lower part of the stomach. They usually referred to the stomach when they said ynsulto.Good LuckDahliaDahlia Guajardo-Cantu de Palacios
From: "realdealt@..." <realdealt@...>
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2013 7:15 AM
Subject: [MexicoDNAProject] San Juan Bautista burial records - causes of deathHelp needed.......I was trying to categorize the causes of death in the San Juan Bautista burial records and have all of them interpreted except one. There is one cause of death listed as "ynsulto bajo" and I was unable to find out what this may be. Can anyone help on what this may be? Thanks in advance.Robert Tarín
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