Censuses & Lists • 866 Records • Uploaded March 8, 2022
These schedules may be the only record of a person’s death as many states did not begin to record deaths until the late 19th or early 20th centuries. The 1850 and 1860 mortality censuses record the decedent’s name, age, sex, color (black, white, mulatto), whether married or widowed, place of birth, occupation, month of death, cause of death, and the number of days sick. The 1870 and 1880 mortality schedules include the above information plus the decedent’s parents' birthplaces,
This source only presents data for those identified as "Black" or "Mulatto".
The list below shows the data fields included in this source. If a field is marked as Indexed, it is searchable.