William D. Huntington, Report, circa 4 September 1843

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Deaths ending Monday the 4th August [September], 1843—
Anna Powel. 55y, consumption.
William I. Empy, 8m 5d, canker.
James Harris. 19y, diarrhea.
Infant of John Greenhow.
Wm. D. Jones, 2m 12d, inflamation of the brain.
Elizabeth Boyd, 35y, ague and fever.
Nephi Wells, 9m 1d, diarrhea
Oliver H. P. Taggard, 19y 5m, billious fever.
Washington Taggard, 57y Billious fever.
Elisabeth Simonds, 63y, fever.
Angeline Burch, 11m, measles.
Edmund Lovel, 2y 7m, measles.
Ann Parker, 29y canker.
Elisabeth Washburn, child cholera.
James Hodson, 1y, bloody flux. Total 15.
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Deaths ending Monday the 4th August September, 1843—
Anna Powel. 55y, consumption.
William I. Empy, 8m 5d, canker.
James Harris. 19y, diarrhea.
Infant of John Greenhow.
Wm. D. Jones, 2m 12d, inflamation of the brain.
Elizabeth Boyd, 35y, ague and fever.
Nephi Wells, 9m 1d, diarrhea
Oliver H. P. Taggard, 19y 5m, billious fever.
Washington Taggard, 57y Billious fever.
Elisabeth Simonds, 63y, fever.
Angeline Burch, 11m, measles.
Edmund Lovel, 2y 7m, measles.
Ann Parker, 29y canker.
Elisabeth Washburn, child cholera.
James Hodson, 1y, bloody flux. Total 15.
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