Monday, March 28, 2011

ST. LOUIS CEMETERY LISTS AND DEATH REGISTERS, 1764-1999: PART V

1825-1860

Burial Records, St. Ferdinand de Florissant, 1790-1840.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 14:4 (Winter 1981): 135. HG-P

Burials in Fee Fee Cemetery, Bridgeton, Missouri, 1822-1961. Compiled by Erma E. Penning and Mary Lee Patten. St. Louis, MO: E. E. Penning, 1961. HG-929.3778

The Cholera in St. Louis, 1849: Some Deaths From Newspapers.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 11:3 (Fall 1978): 67. HG-P

St. Louis in 1849 was visited by two calamities: a fire that destroyed many boats anchored at the wharf and numerous buildings in the present-day downtown area, and a devastating outbreak of cholera that lasted months and killed hundreds of persons in the St. Louis area, filling many existing cemeteries and leading to the creation of several new ones to handle the excess.

Death Notices in the St. Louis Observer, 1834.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 19:3 (Fall 1986): 93. HG-P

Death Records From the City of St. Louis: March 1855.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 13:2 (Summer 1980): 57. HG-P

Deaths, Dates, and Causes: November 1846 through December 1848. Evangelical Church of the Holy Ghost, St. Louis, Missouri." St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly III:2 (June 1974): 33. HG-P

Ellsbury, Elizabeth Prather. Mortality Records of 1850. Chillicothe, MO: E.P. Ellsberry, 1964. HG-929.3778

Ellsberry, Elizabeth Prather. Mortality Records of 1860. Chillicothe, MO: E.P. Ellsbury, 1964. HG-929.3778

Episcopal Church. Diocese of Missouri. Archives, Diocese of Missouri, Episcopal Church: Christ Church Cemetery, St. Louis, Register 1840-1859. St. Louis (Mo.): The Church, 1840-1859. MI-929.3778

Griffith, Dorothy A. and I. Baker. “Cholera Deaths in St. Louis, Missouri, 1849.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 3:1 (March 1970):. HG-P

Hodges, Nadine, and Audrey L. Woodruff. Missouri Pioneers: County and Genealogical Records, vol. 30, pp. 57-80. Independence, Mo.: N. Hodges and A. L. Woodruff, 1967-1976. HG-P 929.3778

Includes a section called “Missouri Obituaries and Death Notices for the Year 1860 from the St. Louis Christian Advocate, publication of the M.E. Church, South.”

Missouri 1860 Mortality Schedule. Edited and compiled by Ronald Vern Jackson. Bountiful, UT: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1984. HG-929.3778

Missouri Republican Notices: St. Louis Probate Court Administration Notices and Final Settlement Notices.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 32:4 (Winter 1999): 159-160. HG-P

Listings of administration notices (September and October 1845) and final settlements (October 1848). Administration notice listings provide day, month, and year of death; final settlement notice is only list of names (death dates NOT provided).

Northcott, Dennis. St. Louis County Coroner’s Records, 1826-1873: Taken From Records in the Missouri Historical Society Archives. St. Louis, MO: Missouri Historical Society Archives, 1997. HG-929.3778

Listings provide name of deceased, date of death, cause of death, and location of inquest: only list persons who died unnatural deaths.

Old Cemeteries of St. Louis County, Missouri. St. Louis, MO: St. Louis Genealogical Society, 1982-, 4 vols. HG-929.3778.

Volume 2 listings are mostly for the period 1840-1920; volume 3 listings are mostly for the period 1850-1910. Volume 2 includes listings for Christ Church Episcopal Cemetery, in the “Strangers” section of which are buried numerous victims of the 1849 cholera epidemic.

Some Deaths in St. Louis, 1854.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 11:1 (Spring 1978): 24-. HG-P

St. Louis and St. Louis County, Missouri Probate Records: vol. 2, 1849-1861. St. Louis, MO: St. Louis, MO: St. Louis Genealogical Society, 1985. HG-929.3778

Stanley, Lois, George F. Wilson, and Maryhelen Wilson. More Death Records From Missouri Newspapers, 1810-1857. St. Louis, MO: L. Stanley, 1985. HG-929.3778

Thornhill Burying Ground.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 29:1 (Spring 1996): 2. HG-P

Listing of Bates family members buried on the grounds of the estate (Thornhill) of Missouri Governor Frederick Bates (1777-1825).

Violent Deaths in Missouri, 1840-1918 (selected).” Pioneer Times 8:1 (January 1984). HG-P

Abstracts of miscellaneous newspaper articles on violent deaths during the period listed (some St. Louis).

Wilson, George F., Maryhelen Wilson, and Lois Stanley. Death Records of Missouri Men from Newspapers, 1808-1854. St. Louis, MO: Anundsen Publishing Co., 1981. HG-929.3778

Wilson, George F., Maryhelen Wilson, and Lois Stanley. Death Records of Missouri Women from Newspapers, January 1850-December 1853. St. Louis, MO: G.F. Wilson, M. Wilson, and L. Stanley, 1981. HG-929.3778

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