WHITE

Surname First name Year Date Place of death Age Description Cause of death Informant
WHITE Amelia 1848 30 Jun Hilton 29 Buttoner Typhus fever. Certified The mark of Elizabeth Kellaway, present at the death, Hilton
WHITE Ann 1849 1 Aug Tarrant Launceston 85 Widow of Enoch White, labourer Old age. Not certified Susan Penney, present at the death, Hurn Down, Wimborne
WHITE Ann 1876 27 Sep Sixpenny Handley 73 Widow of James White, labourer Typhoid fever. Prolapsus uteri. Certified by S. F. Underhay MRCS Harriet White, daughter of deceased, in attendance, Sixpenny Handley
WHITE Charles 1858 4 Sep Lady St. Mary Wareham 63 Chimney sweep Chimney sweeps cancer of scrotum. Haemorrhage. Certified The mark of Margaret Gook, in attendance, Hobb’s Lane, Wareham
WHITE Elam 1871 17 Jun Hilton 50 Brewer’s carter Measles 9 days. Pneumonia 4 days. Certified The mark of Louisa House, present at the death, Hilton
WHITE Elizabeth 1851 30 Nov Hilton 22 Wife of John White, labourer Continued fever 21 days. Typhus fever 7 days. Certified The mark of Elizabeth Squibb, present at the death, Hilton
WHITE Enoch 1841 7 Dec Tarrant Launceston 75 Labourer Decay of nature Ann White, present at the death, Tarrant Launceston
WHITE James 1844 18 Jul Sixpenny Handley 63 Carpenter Visitation of God from apoplexy Chas. Hannen, coroner, Shaftesbury
WHITE James 1867 23 Nov Sixpenny Handley 72 Farm labourer Morbus cordis. Apoplexy. 5 days. Certified The mark of Elizabeth White, present at the death, Hilton
WHITE William Henry 1879 18 Jun West Street, Poole 66 [illegible] Senile phthisis. Certified by Hatton Smyth MD Fanny James, daughter, present at the death, West Shore, Poole

 

 

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