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15856Re: Consumption -- 1880's

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  • Marge
    Dec 19, 2012
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      Jerry & everyone
      This is why I never let the spelling of a name, nor the location of a person I am researching stop me from looking at a record.

      Jerry...if you give us her name and aprox year of birth...and where she was born, if you know that...we may be able to help locate her.

      In Calif, many with consumption were sent to State Hospitals for the insane, or to county hospital sanitariums. If the state didn't have one, they were sent to nearest one that had room.


      --- In jacksongenealogy@yahoogroups.com, Jerry Triplett <jrytrplt@...> wrote:
      > I have an ancestor that was born near Bridgeport about 1830. I cannot find her in the 1880 census but I'm sure she died in Aug 1880. In the 1880 Census (taken in June) her husband is shown as living, obviously, and is shown as married. Death records show her as dying from consumption (TB) in Aug 1880.
      > Was there any kind of home or TB hospital in Jackson County in the 1880's? The one page of the death register where I found her indicates that a fair number were dying from TB at that time.
      > Jerry in Chattanooga
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