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NO. 10 - 1819 RECORDS OF INTERMENTS
SEPTEMBER 2, 1819 TO JAN. 20, 1822
(NEGROES TO JAN. 2, 1834)
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List of Doctors And Others Signing Death Certificates of Negroes From Book 10 of Records of Interments Sept. 2, 1819 - Jan. 20, 1822
List of Doctors And Others
Signing Death Certificates of Negroes From Book 10 of Records of Interments
Sept. 2, 1819 - Jan. 20, 1822
The Negroes Run until Jan. 2, 1834, Beginning in Jan 1829.
FIRST PAGE Those certified "Malignant Fever and Prevailing Disease" may be N. B. Considered as the same, and in fact meaning nothing more nor " " less than "Bilious Fever".
* * Those Certified which are under-scored are not Physicians.
# # # The Age = The time of residence in the country = in some cases are not given as, "Perfectly Correct", but as nearly as the circumstances of the case would admit of so as and the time in the country always reprt the time they have been in the imediate neiborhood of Natchez.
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