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Re: MJ b 1866 & Thomas Blythe b 1869, missing from 1880 census
Posted by: evlyn broumley (ID *****7722) Date: July 16, 2011 at 13:53:17
In Reply to: MJ b 1866 & Thomas Blythe b 1869, missing from 1880 census by Sandy Blythe-Smith of 815

In my records I have no Blythe deaths from Indians. Looked at the 1870 & 1880 mortality records for Blythe, none on those. But during these years, typhoid, measles, fevers, hives (rashes), pneumonia, and many other diseases were taking children and adults also. I was at the WPL for 23 years, now retired, have a lot of Parker County info at home. Sorry but could find nothing. Evlyn Broumley


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