US Census Mortality Schedule 1850-65

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Need help finding this source. Looked in Wisconsin records on Ancestry. No Luck. Name maybe misspelled in reord.

She died of cancer of the womb.
WikiTree profile: Mary Daily
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If you go to the FamilySearch catalog and do a key word search for “mortality schedule” you will get a lot of results by state. The majority appear not be digitized (although I do recall seeing the Federal one at one time; I did not go through the whole list).

Similarly on Ancestry do a keyword search in their catalog and you will get two results. One is for 1850-85, the other is an index for 1850-80. Ancestry has other non-population schedules as well.
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Name: Mary A Daily
Gender: Female
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1808
Birth Place: New York
Age: 61
Death Date: Dec 1869
Cause of Death: Cancer of Womb
Census year: 1870
Census Place: Brodhead, Green, Wisconsin, USA
Line: 9

Wisconsin Historical Society; Madison, Wisconsin; U.S. Census Mortality Schedules, Wisconsin, 1850-1880; Archive Roll Number: 3; Census Year: 1869; Census Place: Brodhead, Green, Wisconsin 

by Kerry Larson G2G6 Pilot (166k points)

Link to Ancestry collection search page:  U.S., Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885

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