Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878

Tennessee Deaths
1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic

Covington, Tipton County
McKenzie, Carroll County
Moscow, Fayette County
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Rossville, Fayette County

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Covington, Tipton County

WISEMAN, W. J.

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McKenzie, Carroll County

BRANCH, W. P
CARLIS, C.
CRUTCHFIELD, J. H.
 

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Moscow, Fayette County

ALLEN, Mrs. B.
ALLEN, Emma
ALLEN Bertha
COWAN, John
COWAN, (Infant of J. S. R.)
CALAWAY, Marshall
DeARAGON, Mrs. Dennie
EPP, Mrs. William
EPP, Mrs. E. A.
EPP, Frederick
EPP, Tealey
FRANCHMAN, A.
GOLEY, Frederick
HAZLEWOOD, T. B.
HILL, Dr. J. S.
KITE, Lucy (colored)
LAYTON, Willie
LAYTON, W. J.
LAYTON, Mrs. M. C.
MARSH Ed. (colored nurse)
MAAS, Mrs. H.
McCONNEL, Mrs. C. W.
MORRIS, Edward (Colord)
OHARRO
O'HAREL, Michael
SMITH, John
STEGER, Jack S.
STEGER, Mrs. E. A.
STOVER, Mrs. R. B.
STOVER, Mattie
STOVER, Dennie
SIMMONS, Nannie
SIMMONS, Annie
STORM, Fritz
STAUN, Harry
STURM, James
SMITH, Dealey (infant, colored)
WADE, Sidney Y.
WHITE, Mrs. R. B.
WHITE, Mrs. K.
WHEELER, Dr. J. M.
WRIGHT, Lucy

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Rossville, Fayette County

GRAVES, A. O.
GRAVES, Alonzo Jr.
GRAVES, Mrs. P.
GWYNN, W. H.
MORRIS, Mrs. John
WARR, Americus V. Jr.

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Williston, Fayette County

BLACK. L. M
BRYALS, Thomas
CRAWFORD, W. M.
CRAWFORE, W. M.
DOBBINS, Dr. A. M. C.
GARVIN, Dr. Joe G.
KOONCE, R. M.
KOONCE, R. W.
WALKER, Jake H.
WILSON, John Sr.
WILSON, Joe

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