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Was there an epidemic in mid to late 1860s in Trinity Co

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Was there an epidemic in mid to late 1860s in Trinity Co

Posted: 21 May 2005 2:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: White, Trevathan, Monroe, Gallion, Honeycutt
I have noticed several members of my family seemed to have died about 1867. It seemed that several members in the same family disappeared about the same time, making me think there must have been some illness at the time in the area. In the 1870 census, many of the children had been put with other families. I have also noticed many were buried about that time on private land rather than being buried in a cemetery as other family members were. Could somone shed some light on this?
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
turney_mary 21 May 2005 8:03PM GMT 
Loudene Kirk Tollar 21 May 2005 11:21PM GMT 
Catherine 22 May 2005 2:45AM GMT 
hootyette 19 Jul 2005 5:11PM GMT 
Mary 20 Jul 2005 12:15AM GMT 
story_teller1 4 Nov 2013 6:53AM GMT 
EmmaHill26 28 Dec 2013 9:26PM GMT 
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