16432Re: [jacksongenealogy] Jackson County in 1857- was there an epidemic of some kind?
- Feb 22, 2014Thank you all for your replies. I feel that typhoid fever may have been involved, or perhaps there was a tornado ??... perplexing. Good to see you online Brenda! Hope we can solve this mystery!Brenda McLain
On Saturday, February 22, 2014 2:49 PM, Bbrock1945 <bbrock1945@...> wrote:
HelloI do not know about an epidemic in 1857 but would like to know if anyone knows of a Christine/Christina/Christiana Williams who may have died about that time. She was the wife of John Williams who died previous to 1850. I can't find her anywhere after 1850. The family were members of Paint Rock Baptist Church so found Brenda's post of interest!ThanksBrenda Vanderpool Brockman-----Original Message-----
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Subject: [jacksongenealogy] Jackson County in 1857- was there an epidemic of some kind?
Does anyone know if there was an epidemic or a natural disaster in Jackson County around 1857? I have several members of my Blackwell family that died during that year, along with others as noted in the Paint Rock Baptist Church (or Mud Creek?) church minutes. I find it odd that old and young died all in that year.Thanks!
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