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Susie England (Ward)

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Birthplace: Georgia, USA
Death: Died in Cadron Settlement, Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas, USA
Cause of death: Cholera on the Trail Of Tears
Place of Burial: Cadron Settlement, Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Jackson Ward and Catherine 'Katie' Ward
Wife of William England
Sister of James Ward, Sr.; George M Ward; Samuel Ward, I; Elizabeth Cox; Nannie Monroe and 4 others

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Buried at Blagg-Duckworth Cemetery, Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

Arkansas Gazette, April 22, 1834

The Cholera was still prevailing, with little or no abatement among the Cherokee emigrants, encamped near the mouth of the Cadron, when we last heard from them. The number of deaths in the party, from all diseases, since they left Waterloo, on the Tennessee river, amounts to about 60-a fearful mortality in a party originally not exceeding 550 souls, in the short space of about two months. Every humane exertion within the control of Lieut. Harris, the Conducting Agent, has been used to alleviate the sufferings of the emigrants.-one of the physicians, Dr. J. C. Roberts, employed by him to attend on the sick, was attacked with the disease, and died on Tuesday last; and Dr. John T. Fulton, the only other attending physician, was also seized with it last week, but, we are happy to learn, was convalescent and out of danger, on Friday evening last. Another has since been employed, from this county, who, we hope, may be more fortunate.

The disease also appears to be spreading along the river. A citizen of this county, Mr. Madison Taylor, died last week, about 15 or 20 miles above this place, and there was said to have been another case in his family and one in the vicinity, both of which are convalescent.; There have been several cases of the Cholera at or near Pine Bluffs, within the last 10 or 15 days, and three or four blacks have died-but the disease had abated when the last steam-boats left there.

For the information of our friends abroad, we have the pleasure of assuring them, that we have no case of the Cholera in town, nor in the vicinity, and that our citizens are as healthy as usual at this season of the year.

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Susie England's Timeline

1792
1792
Georgia, USA
1834
April 1834
Age 42
Cadron Settlement, Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas, USA
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Cadron Settlement, Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas, USA