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Index of Cholera Record, 1854
kept by Dr. James W. Newman, Buffalo, NY
Mss. W-106
Indexed by Roseanne Higgins, PhD, September 2016
Research Library
Buffalo History Museum
1 Museum Court
Buffalo, NY 14216
library@buffalohistory.org
www.buffalohistory.org
Please note: Gaps in the spreadsheet represent omissions in Dr. Newman's original ledger. Full names were not recorded for every victim. A few people are listed as UNKNOWN. Batavia Street is now known as Broadway. The link below gives a detailed description of the original ledger:
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NAMENATIVITYAGEADDRESSTAKEN ILLDIEDATTENDED BYNOTES
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52.06ABEL, CHARLESGERMAN34EXCHANGE ST., HYDRAULICS
8/20/1854
L.R. LEECH
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35.24ABRAHAM, CATH, SON OF1JEFFERSON ST.
8/2/1854
8/2/1854NONE
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26.12ABRAHAM, HENRY5JEFFERSON ST.7/24/1854J. BLANCHARD
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108.01ABRAHAMS, GEORGE (JOHN)CANADIAN32STRANGER
11/1/1854
11/1/1854
J.M. NEWMANTHIS PATIENT WAS BROUGHT TO HOSPITAL IN COLLAPSED AND DYING STATE FROM SOME BOARDING HOUSE. HE HAD RECENTLY ARRIVED IN TOWN. HE HAD BEEN PRESCRIBED FOR BY SOME PHYSICIAN (SUPPOSED TO BE Dr. Mixer) BUT IN ABSENCEOF ANY REPORT NOTHING IS CERTAINLY KNOWN ABOUT THIS PATIENT. SICK ABOUT 12 HOURS.
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35.21ADAM12108 TUPPER ST.
8/2/1854
J.J. GRUNHOLZER
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88.01AMES, MRS. WM35CHICAGO AND HAMBURG
9/24/1854
F&S DILLENBAUGH
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88.02AMES, MRS. WM., CHILD OF7CHICAGE AND HAMBURG
9/24/1854
9/26/1854
F&S DILLENBAUGH
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88.03AMES, MRS. WM., CHILD OF1.5CHICAGE AND HAMBURG
9/24/1854
F&S DILLENBAUGH
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26.29ANDERSON, ANN B.SWISS29ALMSHOUSE
7/24/1854
7/24/1854
G.F. PRATT
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69.01ANDERSON, ELIZ., MRS.IRISH52EXCHANGE ST./HYDRAULICS
9/5/1854
9/5/1854J.M. NEWMANINTEMPERATE. HAS HAD DIARRHEA FOR 3 OR 4 DAYS. SENT TO HOSPITAL
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39.14ANDERSON, OLEGERMAN24EMIGRANT
8/6/1854
8/8/1854J.M. NEWMANWAS AN EMIGRANT VIA QUEBEC. ARRIVED AUG 5 EVENING. WENT TO HOSPITAL OF HIS OWN ?
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55.09ANDRES, CATHERINEAMERICAN8BENNETT ST.
8/22/1854
8/25/1854
J.J.E. HACKSTEIN
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55.08ANDRES, MARGARETGERMAN30BENNETT ST.
8/22/1854
8/22/1854
J.J.E. HACKSTEIN
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27.33ANTHONY, JOHNPOORHOUSE
7/25/1854
G.F. PRATT
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25.24ANTWALD, SODERWICKGERMAN21MICHIGAN ST
7/23/1854
7/24/1854
J.J. HACKSTEIN
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47.16APEL, KARLGERMAN32HYDRAULICS
8/14/1854
8/16/1854
J.J.E.HACKSTEIN
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12.07ARNOLD, JOHN, G.SWISS53POORHOUSE
7/10/1854
7/10/1854
G. F. PRATT
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68.09BACHER, ANDREWGERMAN32EXCHANGE ST.
9/4/1854
9/4/1854NONE
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39.23BACKER, CAROLINEGERMAN13GENESEE ST.
8/6/1854
8/7/1854D. RITEL
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23.07BADIMON, MRS. A38GENESEE NEAR SPRING
7/21/1854
F. H. DILLENBAUGH
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44.05BADLER, JACOB30HICKORY ST.
8/11/1854
J. BLANCHARD
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29.30BAIER, JOHNGERMAN53JEFFERSON ST.
7/27/1854
7/27/1854
JOHN RETELS
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27.11BAILEY ? (NAME IS WRITTEN OVER)MORTIMER ST.
7/25/1854
J.BLANCHARD
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34.12BAIM, PHILLIP14GENESEE BELOW JEFFERSON
8/1/1854
J. BARNES
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36.03BALAMER, MRS. JOHN42PROSPECT HILL
8/3/1854
J & S DILLENBAUGH
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58.01BALD, GEORGE28GOODELL ST.
8/25/1854
DR. WEISS
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51.08BALTHUS, CAROLINA26ADAMS ST.
8/18/1854
H. NICHELL
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42.02BARABARA, CATHERINE32EMIGRANT
8/9/1854
J.W. NEWMANQUEBEC EMIGRANT. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL FROM NO. 12 CANAL STREET
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36.18BARHART, ELIZ.6SPRUCE ST.
8/3/1854
8/4/1854DR. PRISH
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72.04BARNARD, JACOBGERMANEXCHANGE STREET & HYDRAULICS
9/8/1854
J.M. NEWMANSENT TO HOSPITAL SEPT 8 SEE BFLO MED JOURNAL VOL. PG.
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54.01BARNHARD6.5CANAL AND EVANS ST.
8/21/1854
8/21/1854
H.D. GARRINS
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13.04BARSTOW, SAMUELAMERICAN41TRAVELER
7/11/1854
7/12/1854
CHAS. WEISMIERRESIDENCE DETROIT
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2.07BASSETT, ENOCHAMERICAN50TRAVELR
6/28/1854
6/29/1854
G.N. BURWELLCAME DOWN THE LAKE ON STEAMBOAT SICK
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38.11BATES, ANTON, SON OFGERMAN5WATER ST.
8/5/1854
8/5/1854DR. WEISS
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38.19BAUER, PETERGERMAN36ADAMS ST.
8/5/1854
8/5/1854NONE
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41.09BAUER. GEO37ELM & GENESEE ST
8/8/1854
J.J. GRUNHOLZER
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42.04BEAKMAN, SOPHIAGERMAN36JEFFERSON ST.
8/9/1854
8/10/1854
J.A. JETER
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37.05BEALES, GEORGE26HUFF'S HOTEL
8/4/1854
8/5/1854SPEARMAN AND MIXERRESIDENCE TORONTO CW
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37.06BEALS, MRS. GEORGE28HUFF'S HOTEL
8/4/1854
8/6/1854S.F. MIXWERESIDENCE TORONTO CW
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18.02BEAR, MARY47MAPLE NR CHERRY
7/16/1854
C.H.WILCOX
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25.04BEARD AMERICAN8GEORGIA NEAR FIFTH STREET
7/23/1854
7/24/1854
G.W. BURWELLEXCITING CAUSE WAS EATING CHERRIES THUS EXPOSED TO THE HOT SUN WHILE WHILE BATHING IN THE LAKE. NO REMEDIES WERE GIVEN BEFORE I SAW HIM AT 8 PM. HAD HAD DIARRHEA FOR THREE DAYS WITHOUR SEEKING A REMEDY.
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25.05BEARD, OLIVERAMERICAN36GEORGIA NEAR FIFTH STREET
7/23/1854
7/24/1854
G.W. BURWELLFATHER OF ABOVE (25.4)
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34.05BEASLEY, THOS.IRISH35CHICAGO NEAR OHIO ST
8/1/1854
8/2/1854JAS. TINGUE
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31.09BECK, ASTIANA13BATAVIA ST.
7/29/1854
7/29/1854
E.P. SMITH
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41.06BECKER, MICHAEL27
8/8/1854
J.G.E. HACKSTEIN
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9.01BEERS, GEORGE44ADAMS NEAR BATAVIA
7/7/1854
J J E HAKSTEIN
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38.02BEKER, ELIZABETH 34SPRUCE ST.
8/5/1854
LAORSAH
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35.17BENHARD, MRS.31CHIPPEWA ST.
8/2/1854
DR. WEISS
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63.03BENSINGER, ROBERT0.25103 GENESEE ST.
8/30/1854
9/1/1854J.J.GRUNHOLZER
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35.06BENTON, ABEL29CANAL BOAT
8/2/1854
8/2/1854W. HANNAM HAD SLIGHT DIARRHEA ABOUT TWO WEEKS
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33.15BERCENTO, GEORGE50100 WEST TUPPER
7/31/1854
B. BURWICKWAS ATTACKED WITH DIARRHEA ON THE 28TH INST.
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23.10BERGHINES, HENRY35NEAR WILLIAM
7/21/1854
J.J.E. HACKSTEIN
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81.02BERS, ANN CATHERINE4366 MICHIGAN
9/17/1854
JOHN ROOTHER FATHER DIED AT 137 S. DIVISION AND WAS REMOVED TO 366 MICHEGAN
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31.04BESINGER, MATHIAS19
7/29/1854
J.H. TILDENHAD A BILIOUS ATTACK A FEW DAYS PREVIOUS-WAS CONVELESCENT-AND WORKED ONE DAY WHEN HE WAS ATTACKED WITH CHOLERIC DIARRHEA
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55.06BESSWICK, JOSEPHGERMAN1.75GENESEE ST.
8/22/1854
JOHN A. JEYTERTHESE CHILDREN (KLARA AND JOSEPH BESSWICK) HAD EATEN UNRIPE APPLES
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55.05BESSWICK, KLARAGERMAN4.5GENESEE ST.
8/22/1854
8/22/1854
JOHN A. JEYTERTHESE CHILDREN (KLARA AND JOSEPH BESSWICK) HAD EATEN UNRIPE APPLES
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38.12BICKER, PETER29104 W. TUPPER
8/5/1854
B. BURWELL
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49.07BIDWELL, MRS. JOHN36ELK ST.
8/16/1854
8/18/1854
JOS. P. WHITESECOND RELAPSE
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77.05BILLINGS, JOS. A., JR20106 S. DIVISION
9/13/1854
JOHN ROOT
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86.03BINDERLIES, ANDNASGERMAN54HOSPITAL OF THE SISTERS OF CHARITY
9/22/1854
9/24/1854
A. FLINTFOLLOWING TYPHOID FEVER
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77.04BING, ANDREWNORWAY33157 S. DIVISION ST.
9/13/1854
9/14/1854
JOHN ROOTHAD DIARRHEA IN THE AFTERNOON OF THE 12TH, NO REMEDIE WAS TAKEN UNTIL THE CHOLERA ATTACK.
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33.03BINGESTER, PETER60TUPPER NEAR ??
7/31/1854
F & S DILLENBAUGHHAD HAD DYSENTERY FOR TWO DAYS PREVIOUS
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80.01BINKER, JOHNAMERICAN17BUFFALO HOSPITAL S. CHARITY
9/16/1854
9/16/1854
DR. FLINTENTERED WITH SLIGHT BILIOUS AFFLICTION AND PLEURODYNIA (?) WAS CONVELSCING WHEN HE GOT A FEW THING, YELLOWISH ABDONIMAL DISCHARGE, CRAMPS, VOMITTING &C. ONE HOUR AFTER THE APPEARANCE OF THE FIRST SYMPTOMS HE WAS IN COLLAPSE.
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21.12BIRDS, JOHNAMERICAN22POORHOUSE
7/19/1854
7/19/1854
G.F. PRATTINSANE DEPARTMENT
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3.01BLAKE, ELIZABETH36ALABAMA ST.
7/1/1854
7/3/1854H D GARVINTHE DIARRHEA HAD BEEN RUNNING FOR 24 HOURS BEFORE I SAW HER
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30.02BLAKE, MARY21CHERRY ST.
7/28/1854
J. BLANCHARD
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69.10BLANK, SOPHIA9.4WALNUT ST.
9/5/1854
JOHN A. JEYTER
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38.14BLEILER, GEORGE36NIAGARA AND VIRGINAI
8/5/1854
F & S DILLENBAUGH
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19.02BLOONDE, ALEXANDERGERMANEMIGRANT
7/17/1854
7/17/1854
F. H. DELINBOUGHARRIVED ON THE SATURDAY PREVIOUS-STOPPED AT No. 4 & 5 TERRACE
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51.01BLUMHARDS, WM.GERMAN28WATER ST.
8/18/1854
8/20/1854
DR. SAXER
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7.06BLYES, ADAMGERMAN23POORHOUSE
7/5/1854
7/8/1854G F PRATTTAKEN FROM TONOWANDA
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26.01BOCK, FREDERICKGERMAN49MONROE ST.
7/24/1854
7/26/1854
H.W. LOOMIS
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29.12BODEMER, ELIZABETH9248 GENESEE ST.
7/27/1854
DUPRIES
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29.11BODEMER, JEAN3248 GENESEE ST.
7/27/1854
DUPRIES
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29.22BODIMER, ELIZABETH9GENESEE ST.
7/27/1854
J. BLANCHARD
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68.05BOIL, DANIEL52PORTER ST.
9/4/1854
S. HUBBARD
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29.23BOLOND, JOHN26LLOYD ST
7/27/1854
T.T. LOCKWOOD
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27.17BORDETH1Y3MLOCUST
7/25/1854
D. WEISS
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25.25BORK, HENRIETTA42MONROE NEAR BATAVIA ST.
7/23/1854
7/24/1854
J.J. HACKSTEIN
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28.01BORMAN, HEINRICH26SPRING ST.
7/26/1854
H. NICHOL
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103.02BORN, WILLIAM21302 EXCHANGE STREET
10/27/1854
10/28/1854
DUPRIS AND DILLENBAUGH, J.J.E. HACKSTEINSICK 8 HOURS
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29.41BRACE, MARYFRENCH59POORHOUSE
7/27/1854
7/27/1854
G.F. PRATT
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32.12BRADY, MICHAELIRISH28VIRGINIA AND COTTAGE
7/30/1854
J.M. NEWMANHAD DIARRHEA FOR 3 DAYS- CAME TO HOSPITAL AT EVENING VISIT
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37.08BRAID, WALLACE7TH NEAR P
8/4/1854
J.D.HILL
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27.24BRAND, PAULYIRISH8POORHOUSE
7/25/1854
7/25/1854
G.F. PRATT
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44.02BRAUM, MRS. WMBLOSSOM ST. AND KERNS ALLEY
8/11/1854
A. DEOKERPRECEEDED BY A DIARRHEA OF TWO DAYS
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81.07BRAYMAN, MRS.ELK ST.
9/17/1854
T.T. LOCKWOOD
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32.06BRICK1.23MORTIMER ST.
7/30/1854
DUPRIES
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26.18BRICK, WM.8MORTIMER ST.
7/24/1854
J. BLANCHARD
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11.02BRINKWORTH, MRS. F.IRISHFULLTON NEAR CHICAGO
7/9/1854
JAS M. NEWMANINDUCED BY FATIGUE AND EXCITEMENT OCCASIONED BY DEATH OF CHILD
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23.17BROBRICK, ANNAGERMAN50GENESEE ST.
7/21/1854
7/24/1854
D.J.RETCH
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27.20BROMDE, RICHARDGERMANHOSPITAL SISTERS OF CHARITY
7/25/1854
7/25/1854
Ed. MACKAY
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27.09BROWN, BALTHASER36MORTIMER ST.
7/25/1854
7/25/1854
J. BLANCHARD
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44.08BROWN, JAS22ALLEY NEAR SCOTT STREET
8/11/1854
W. GOULDHAD DIARRHEA FOR 2 OR 3 DAYS
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19.01BROWN, JOHAN34WILLIAM NEAR JEFFERSON
7/17/1854
J.J.E.HACKSTEIN
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27.26BRUNS, JOHN H.GERMAN42POORHOUSE
7/25/1854
7/25/1854
G.F. PRATT
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83.04BRUTSCHER, MATHIASGERMAN28WILLIAM ST., NEAR WOODS
9/19/1854
9/21/1854
NONE
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