Thursday, January 25, 2018

1850 Death Record of Jonathan White (1803-1850) of Killingly, Conn. --- Post 398 of Treasure Chest Thursday

It's Treasure Chest Thursday - a chance to look in my digital image files to see what treasures I can find for my family history and genealogy musings.

The treasure today is the 1850 death record in Killingly, Connecticut for Jonathan White (1803-1850):

The entry for Jonathan White is across both pages:

The extracted information is:

*  Name:  Jonathan White
*  Place of Death:  [blank]
*  Time of Death:  April 19 [1850]
*  Age:  47 years
*  Sex:  M[a;e]
*  Condition:  [blank]
*  Birthplace:  Gloucester [R.I.]
*  Residence at death:  Killingly
*  Cause of death:  Lung fever
*  Occupation:  Farmer
*  Color:  White
*  Name of Parents:  [blank]
*  Name of physician:  [blank]

The source citation for this record is:

Connecticut, Killingly Town Hall, digital image, FamilySearch ( : accessed 24 January 2018),"Births, marriages, deaths v. 1 1/2-4(p.1-10) 1793-1895": Item 4, Record of Deaths in Killingly, Conn., 1850, Volume 2, page 466 (image 556 of 821), Jonathan White death entry; also on FHL US/CAN microfilm 1451024.

This death record is in the Killingly, Connecticut Town Hall registers, which was microfilmed by the Family History Library, and digitized by FamilySearch.  The record is on digital microfilm available for at-home viewing on FamilySearch.

Jonathan White is my third great-grandfather, who married Miranda Wade (1804-1850) in about 1824.  I am descended from their first son, Henry Arnold White (1824-1885) and his wife, Amy Frances Oatley (1826-1864).


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