History of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878

 

Mississippi Deaths
1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic

Cayuga, Hinds County

GRIFFIN, Gen. G. M.
GRIFFIN, Mrs. Tom
HACK, ?
One colored

Ocean Springs, Jackson County

CHARLES, Father
RYAN, Joseph
STROUT, Col.

Morgan City, Leflore County

CLARE, Samuel
FARRELL, ?
HENNESSEY, James
MARTIN, ? (daughter of William)
WARCHIELL, Daniel W.

Pass Christian, Harrison County

BABIN, V. (colored)
BERRY, C.
CHANDLER, Mary T.
CHAMPLIN, Lou.
CARY, Mrs.
COURTNEY, T.
CEZERIN, Beajio
DORAN, J.
FRENCH, Bennie
FULGER, Joseph
GIBSON, John Jr.
GIBSON, Frank T.
HART, Lena
HART (Child of Junius)
HIERN, Mrs. Finley B.
HOLLEY (Child of N.)
JEFFRIES, Prof. J. S. B.
JEFFRIES, Mrs. M. R.
JEFFRIES, Miss
JEFFRIES, B. L.
MALONEY, Miss
PECANTE, Madame John

 

Bolton, Hinds County

ALEXANDER, Mrs. Dr.
FITZGERALD, Mrs. Jennie
McKAY, Miss Ida
MYRICK, Mrs. R. A.
MYRICK, E. K.
PEEBLES, Mrs. Ida
PEPPER, G. C.
PEPPER, Mrs. Mattie S.
POWELL, Mrs. Allie
SCHWARTZ, M.
SHIELDS, Peter
SHOLNER, W. E.
WALTON, Miss Annie
WALTON, George
WELLS, Henry and child


Terry, Hinds County

GODMAN, Dr. H. R.
GRAYSON, Lisa (colored)
GRAYSON, Jane
SAMSON, Joe (colored)
One unknown


Summit, Pike County

GRIFFIN, ?
GRIFFIN, ?
GRIFFIN, ?
WILHOFT, ?

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