THE YELLOW FEVER

IN

NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA, 1855,

as reported in the

DAILY DISPATCH

Richmond, Virginia.

GENERAL INDEX
INTRODUCTION

Hampton Roads has a rich history and many heroes whose stories are poignant and courageous, especially during the epidemic of 1855. As a volunteer with the Sargeant Memorial Room at Kirn Memorial Library, I was asked by City Historian Peggy Haile McPhillips to transcribe the 1855 Richmond Dispatch epidemic articles. The task was formidable as the microfilm was made from old newspapers and the type is not always clear. Thank you, Peggy, for your encouragement and assistance. The articles needed to be located in each edition, then copied and brought home for transcription, which always took place under a lighted magnification. This took about six months or more. Upon completion of the transcription, it seemed as though this was an incomplete chapter about a people and time. These folks were becoming important to me, the entire scope of their story needed to be explored and most of all they needed to be celebrated in life and death. So I embarked on finding any other materials that pertained to the epidemic which included books, records, magazine and newspaper articles, diaries, letters, sermons and illustrations, etc. The final phase of research took place in the local cemeteries, locating as many gravestones as possible of those who died in the summer and fall of 1855.

The yellow fever Internet site was constructed almost on a daily basis as new material was found. USGenWeb Archives has most graciously provided space for this massive site. Special thanks to state coordinators Joe Patterson of Pennsylvania and Mike DeLoach of Virginia for advising me in the construction of this site.

I am grateful to Archivist Robert B. Hitchings of the Sargeant Memorial Room for his valuable assistance in locating books, pictures, and most of all for the extra fine details of what was going on in Norfolk and Portsmouth in 1855. Mr. Hitchings spent many hours with me in the local cemeteries, first showing me how to research their cemetery records, how to navigate the cemeteries and locate plots and then helping to gather information off the weather-beaten gravestones. I am grateful to Mr. Hitchings for opening doors to many gracious homes in Tidewater of those who had lost loved ones due to the epidemic and who wanted to share their treasured pictures. I would like to recognize Troy Valos, Assistant Archivist of the Sargeant Memorial Room, for help in locating materials.

I am also grateful to Edith Carmichael of the Portsmouth History Room in providing epidemic material and insight on Portsmouth cemetery records. Special thanks to Jennifer Davis McDaid of the Library of Virginia for allowing her research on this site and providing assistance in locating material. Thanks to David R. Goldfield of UNC for granting permission to use his article from Virginia Cavalcade and to Lara Hamilton for granting permission to use her thesis at The College of William and Mary. Thank you David Brown of Virginia Beach for sharing your expertise in reading weathered tombstone inscriptions. Thank you Glennon Harrison for sharing a field trip to the Naval Hospital and also providing material on your ancestor Dr. James Harrison and help in locating Dr. J. D. Bryant's book. Thank you staff of Mariner's Museum Library for providing key pictures for the site.

Thank you Robert Kirby for all your help as Superintendent of Cemeteries and your very patient staff. Thank you Bob Clark of the City of Norfolk's Department of Public Works map department for providing maps and history for this site. Thank you Susan Jordan for providing a medal given to the Portsmouth Naval Hospital physicians for many of us to see and photograph. Thanks too to the staff of Laural Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia for your gracious assistance when visiting there. Thank you Public Affairs Department of Portsmouth Naval Hospital for your escort on field trips to the hospital there and providing guided tours. Thank you Norman Grefe of the City of Norfolk's Vector Control for sharing historical material. (This last has yet to be posted.) Very special thanks to all the families who have shared pictures and stories of your ancestors.

Donna Bluemink 2005


Street Scene of Old Norfolk,
Photo Courtesy of the Virginian-Pilot
( May 29, 1955)

INDEXES:
Compiled by Donna Bluemink
General Index * Doctors, their families & druggists * Nurses & volunteers * Ministers and families * African Americans * Prisoners *
Cemeteries * Orphans * Medal * In Memoriam * Addendum to General Index.

Instructions on how to use this index:

Note 1: A date given as 7-30 indicates the date on which the information was given in the newspaper. An exact date of death (if known) reads as "died July 30, 1855," and when it appeared in the newspaper will follow in parentheses. In the Dispatch if a name appears under correspondence, check the date when it was sent to the newspaper for more accurate dating. Many times correspondence information predates the newspaper date and so a death may appear before an announcement of an illness. Compiling is made in the order of appearance in the newspaper. Checking the dates will help determine whether two differently spelled names may possibly be the same person. Infrequently a person may be reported dead but had recovered. All dates are 1855 unless stated otherwise.
Note 2:
There may be duplications of names (example: One time appear as Miss and another time with a first name.) ALL NAMES ARE ALPHABETIZED INCLUDING THE PREFIX but not the suffix Esq.
Note 3:
(2) after date means name appears twice [or more] in that day's newspaper.
Note 4:
The Dispatch is from microfiche and sometimes the print is difficult to read. Check names in brackets for various spellings that the transcriber/compiler feels may be the same person. Names and comments in parentheses are direct from newspaper, whereas words and comments in brackets originate with the compiler. Choices of which names might be duplicates was determined by the compiler according to the date of entry.
Note 5:
The Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 includes many Mr., Mrs. or Miss names but gives no dates so it was difficult for the compiler to calculate who the real person might be against the indexed names. But checking the American list against names with known death dates it was ascertained that this list was chronologically compiled and an attempt was made to discern some Miss, Mrs. and Mr. names. The Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list, also listed chronologically, only included August 1855 deaths, so a full or partial name was more easily identified.
Note 6:
NRD indicates Norfolk Register of Deaths, NCRD indicates Norfolk Country Register of Deaths. If entry in this index is close (name and date) to one in NRD, a "#.." will be suggested. After #625 in the NRD most of the names/deaths were reported after the fact and so compiler's identification ended with #625. There are probably more matches to be made between compiler's index and the death registers but death dates do not match close enough.
Note 7: The Addendum to the General Index includes names of people known to have died of yellow fever in 1855 but do not appear in either the General Index or Registers of Death.
Note 8:
For those researching the newspaper files online, use your browser find mechanism to locate a name in the following:

July 24 - August 22, 1855
August 23 - 29
August 30 - September 5
September 6 - 11
September 12 - 17
September 18 - 25
September 26 - October 1
October 6 - December 27

General Index.
(Includes all Portsmouth and Norfolk Citizens named in the
Richmond Dispatch (July - December, 1855) whether well, ill or dead)


Accinelly, B., recovering 9-14
Accinelly, Mrs., Portsmouth, ill 9-14
Accinelly, Mrs. John, Portsmouth, died September 12, 1955 (9-14 x2), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21
Aclove, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Adams, John, Norfolk, ill 9-8
Adams, Mrs. John, Bute Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Addington, Joseph C. [J. C.], Norfolk, ill 9-18, daughter also ill 9-19
Addington, Miss Lizzie, age 17, daughter of Joseph C. Addington, and niece of Mrs. Leroy Lee, dead 9-26
Addington, Miss Virginia, Norfolk, dead 9-28
Addington, Mrs. Joseph, recovering 9-22
Addison, Mary Ann P., young girl from Orphan Asylum, dead 9-26
Aeson, Ellen, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Aland, ___, Portsmouth, Irish from Randolph St. 7-30
Allen, Benjamin B., age 19, died August 9, 1855 (8-15)
Allen, Ethan, Norfolk, Navy blacksmith, recovering 9-18, 9-19
Allen, L. S., dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Allen, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Allen, Robert, Portsmouth, Irish victim from Leigh's Row 7-30
Allen, Capt. Sheldon, Portsmouth, conductor on Seaboard & Roanoke RR, ill 8-29, 8-30, 8-31, 9-1, ill 9-2,
     9-5 (3)
Allen, Mrs. S. A. W. P., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Allmand, Miss, dead 8-23
Allmand, Mrs. John, two daughters ill, Norfolk 9-4, Mrs. Allmand dead 9-8
Alman, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Almond, Miss Caroline, daughter of late John Almond, Duke St., ill 8-25, recovering 8-27
Alphones, Mrs., dead 8-28
Alphonso, Mr., Union Street, dead 8-28
Alvin, Mrs. M., Portsmouth, ill 9-22 [probably same as Mrs. M. L. Alywin or Alwin], sister has also died 9-22
Alywin [Alwin], Mrs. M. L., Portsmouth, wife of purser's clerk of ship Pennsylvania, dead 9-22 (2)
Anderson, Mr. J. P., "mission of mercy" 8-30
Anderson, Joseph P, ill 9-1, child dead 9-25 (2), died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Anderton, Jesse [J. Anderton], Portsmouth, dead 9-25, died September 22, 1855 (9-26)
Anderton, James, dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Andrews, (Boy), died 8-31,
Andrews, John, of Norfolk Blues, dead 9-2, NRD #7
Andrews, Mr., Bute Street, dead 9-2
Ansel, Mrs., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Applewhite, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 6, 1855 (9-11)
Aquimbo [Arquimbo], Joseph R., Portsmouth, child dead 9-17, child died September 15, 1855 (9-18)
Archer, Henry, age 25, corner of Bute & Duke Streets, Norfolk, dead 8-25, 8-27
Armstead, L., Portsmouth, dead 9-22
Armistead, Newton, age 47, Norfolk, dead 9-22, NRD #13
Armstrong, Capt., ill 9-22
Armstrong, Rev. Dr. & Mrs., First Presbyterian Church, Norfolk, see Ministers
Ash, Robert, Portsmouth, son of Wm. Ash, dead 8-9, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21, NCRD #180
Ashburn, Mrs. John F., Portsmouth, dead 9-29
Ashton, James W., [known as Whit Ashton] clerk at the post office (Deputy Postmaster) Portsmouth, ill 9-6,
     died September 7, 1855 (9-10), not dead from correspondence from Sept. 12th (9-14), has what is
     termed "Parotid Abscess 9-18, 9-19 (2), recovered 9-21, 10-12
Ashton, Sr., John N., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21, NCRD #291
Ashton, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 [see above]
Ashton, Newton, of Portsmouth, dead 8-23, 8-24
Ashton, William, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital in September 1855, 10-12
Ashton, William, prisoner Norfolk jail for mutiny, ill 9-15, 10-4
Atkinson, John G., tell of Exchange Bank, Norfolk, ill 9-1
Atkinson, James, Portsmouth, ill 8-29
Atkinson, Mrs., dead 8-30 [may be same as below], Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Atkinson, Mrs. James A., Portsmouth, dead 8-29
Avery, Mrs. Charles, dead 9-2, August 29, 1855
Avery, Mrs. James, Portsmouth, died September 14, 1855 (9-17), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth
     deaths 9-21
Ayburn, Jr., Mathew, Portsmouth, son or purser's clerk on ship Pennsylvania, dead 9-29
Ayler, Mrs., widow, Portsmouth, dead 8-9
Aylwin, Mr., purser's clerk on St. Lawrence, wife died Portsmouth 9-26, check NCRD #109, took family to      Hampton 9-26, son dead 10-1

Babb, John, Portsmouth, dead 9-14
Bagley, John, Norfolk, dead 9-15, NRD#60, died September 13, 1855
Bagley, William, Norfolk, dead 9-25
Bagnall, Mrs. [misprinted as Miss on 10-3] H. B., Norfolk, dead 10-3, wife of late H. Boswell Bagnall, formerly
     one of the proprietors of the American Beacon.
Bagnall, Mrs. Richard, and oldest son, ill 8-28
Bagnall, Rev. William C., Norfolk, son of W. D. & Elizabeth Bagnall, dead 9-19, NRD#65, died September 17,
     1855, age 21, clergyman
Bagnall, W. D., clerk Virginia Bank, Norfolk, 9-17
Bailey, Mrs., age 30, bakeress, Church St., Norfolk, dead 8-24, 8-25, NRD#23, died August 23, 1855
Bain, Mrs. Samuel, Portsmouth, dead 9-5
Baines boy, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Bains, Eliza, Portsmouth, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Baker, Caroline, dead 8-30 (Miss C. Baker, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21)
Baker, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Baker, Mrs. James, Bute Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Baldry, John, plasterer, ill 8-24
Balentine, Joshua, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bales, Robert, Howard Association 10-15
Ballentine, Mr., took place of Green & Totterdale as blacksmith in Navy Yard, died 9-26
Balfour, E. O., Dr., Norfolk, left city when yellow fever arrived 8-14, died September 9, 1855 at Springs 9-13, is      well at Old Sweet Spring 9-19
Ball, William, runner for Exchange Bank 9-17
Ballance, Alex, Norfolk, dead 9-7, NRD#40, died September 6, 1855, age 22
Ballance, E., dead 9-1, NRD#29, died August 30, 1855, age 66, carpenter
Ballance, Mrs. Elkanab, Norfolk, dead 9-8
Ballance, R., Norfolk, dead 9-4
Ballance, Zack, Norfolk, dead 9-4, see NRD#33, died September 2, 1855, age 26, carpenter
Ballance, William, Norfolk, child dead 9-18, 9-19
Ballentine, Robert, Crawford House, Portsmouth, ill 9-11, died September 11 or 12, 1855 (9-14 x2), Baltimore      American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Balls, Ro [Robert probably], ill 8-30, dead 9-4
Balsom, Arthur, Norfolk, daughter dead 9-26
Bangs, Miss A., dead 9-2 (2)
Banks, Edward, son of proprietor of Chesapeake Hall, Portsmouth, dead 9-22
Barber (Barbor), George, Portsmouth, died September 16, 1855 (9-18), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21, child died September 21, 1855 (9-24), 10-2 lists a George Barber, Portsmouth, died October 1,      1855
Barcelini, Miss, Portsmouth, died September 8, 1855 (9-14)
Barclay, Mrs., lost many, 9-4
Barclay, R. C., died August 19, 1855, NRD#21, bookseller
Barnes, E. A., and nine family members, Norfolk, ill 9-25, E. A. recovering 10-6
Barnes, George H., Norfolk, dead 9-14
Barnes, Griffin, dead 8-27
Barnes, Miss, age 8, James St., dead 8-24, 8-25
Barnes, William C., James St, son age 8 dead 8-24, 8-27
Barnes, W. C., and mother ill, Norfolk, 9-4
Barnum [Barron, Barrum], Mrs. (wife of Capt.), sick 8-8, dead 8-9
Barnum [Barrum], Mrs. Capt., Portsmouth, wife of Portsmouth Navy Yard Commandant, ill 8-8
Barraud, Mrs. (wife of Dr. Barraud), recovering 8-24
Barrett [Barrot, Barrott], Luther R., Portsmouth, dead 9-5, died August 31, 1855 (9-11), NCRD #478
Barrett, Henry, Portsmouth, ill 9-21, dead 9-22 (2)
Barrett, Wilson, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Barrom, Mr., keeper of the City Hall, ill 8-31
Barron, Mrs. Imogene (wife of Capt. Jas. Barron of Navy Yard), dead in Portsmouth Wednesday, August 8,
      1855.
Barron, Capt. Jas., recovering 8-10,
Barron, Commodore, recovering 8-28
Barron, Mrs. Samuel (wife of Capt. Barron of the Navy), dead 8-10
Barron, [Barrum, Barron, Barnum], Capt. Samuel, of Navy Yard, and 2nd daughter, ill 8-9, 8-10, 8-17, relapse
      8-17,  dead 8-17, daughter dead 8-18
Barron, Miss, age 15, Granby street, dead 8-21, NRD#20, died August 17, 1855
Barrott, ____, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21)
Barrott, Luther, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Barrow, Joe, Norfolk, died 9-13
Barrum [Barnum and Barron], Portsmouth, Capt., Commandant of Navy Yard, ill 8-9
Barrum, Joseph T., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Barry, George, dead 9-13
Barry, Mr., family and servants ill 8-30
Baten, William, aged 40, from Portsmouth, intemperate, dead 8-18
Bates family, Norfolk, ill 9-6
Batkins, Mr. W., dead 9-2
Batkins, J. W., dead 9-2
Bayley, Joseph, NY Health Officer, quote 9-5
Baylor, Miss Alexina B., age 20, Norfolk, dead 9-13, 9-15, died September 10, 1855, probably NRD #51
Baylor, Miss Bettie, Norfolk, dead 9-4, probably NRD#41, died September 6, 1855
Baylor, Miss Catharine, dead 9-2, probably NRD#30, died August 31, 1855
Baylor, Mrs., Norfolk 9-25
Baylor, Mrs. Catharine and two daughters, Norfolk, dead 9-14, Mrs. Baylor was a well-known school teacher
      9-15, 10-16, NRD#56, died September 12, 1855
Baylor, Nina, Norfolk, dead 9-7
Beale, Aug., age 14, infirmary lackey, died September 13, 1855, 9-17 (probably same as below)
Beale, A., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Beale, Esq., Charles H., Norfolk, general inspector of lumber, late editor of the News, ill 8-31, ill 9-25, (2), dead      9-25, died September 24, 1855 (9-26), son of late Jno. E. Beale, NRD#75
Beale, Gustavus, Norfolk, ill 9-17
Beasley, Mary A. [M. A. Beasley], dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Belchum, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Beckly, Mrs., dead 8-31
Beekly, Maria, age 52, Roanoke Avenue, dead 8-31
Belfis, Mrs. V., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Bell, A., Norfolk, child dead 9-22
Bell, John, Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14)
Bellman, Mr., professor of music, organist at St. Patrick's Church, Norfolk, dead 9-25 (2)
Belote, Mrs. John W., Norfolk, dead 9-19, NRD#63, died September 16, 1855, age 36, spouse J. W. Belote
Belote, Walter, Norfolk, sick 9-4
Belzon, Willery, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bennett, M., Norfolk, dead 9-6
Bentingham, Mr., dead 9-13
Benton, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-6, see Mary F. Benton NRD#35 died September 2, 1855
Bernard, Robert S. [R. S.], Norfolk druggist, ill 9-5, Howard Ass. takes over store 9-6, 9-11, died 9-11, 9-13,      probably same as Robert V. Bernard NRD#45, age 47, died September 9, 1855, Norfolk Druggist
Bernard, Mrs. Robert S., [Mrs. R. S.] and child, dead 9-18 (2). She was the daughter of T. G. Broughton, editor
     of the Herald 9-19, NRD#62, died September 16, 1855, age 40, see #85 child Sallie, age 3, died September 2,      1855
Berry, Mrs. Phoebe, Norfolk, dead 10-5
Beveridge, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-6
Beveridge, Thomas H., age 42, driver of sick carriage, Roanoke Ave., Norfolk, dead 8-31 (2), Mr. Beveridge and      mother-in-law died 9-1
Beveridge, Thomas H., Conductor Howard Association 8-24
Bevlin, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, see NCRD #168
Bevlin, Mr., Portsmouth, daughter dead 9-15
Bew, Mrs., Norfolk, refugee returned too early now ill 10-25
Biggins, Mary, Portsmouth, died September 28, 1855 (10-2)
Biliosoly, A., Portsmouth, dead 9-25
Bilisoly, Adolphus, Portsmouth, recovered 9-26
Bilisoly, Antonio L., Portsmouth, recovered, in Hampton 9-26
Bilisoly, Augustus, Portsmouth, recovered, in Hampton 9-26
Bilisoly, Aurelius, Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14)
Bilisoly [Belisoly], Charles, Portsmouth, dead 9-13, 9-15 (2), 9-17
Bilisoly, Clara, age 17, Portsmouth, dead 9-1
Bilisoly, Emile, Portsmouth, son of Charles Bilisoly, dead 9-26
Bilisoly, J. A., Portsmouth, fled to Hampton with family 9-29
Bilisoly, Jr., Joseph A., (son of Charles Biliosoly), Portsmouth, dead 9-6, died September 4, 1855 (9-11)
Bilisoly, Miss, dead 9-2, August 30, 1855
Bilisoly, Miss Clarine E., Portsmouth, dead 9-26 [may be same as Clara]
Bilisoly, Mrs. Charles, Portsmouth, dead 9-4, died September 3, 1855 (9-11), 9-15, Baltimore American list of      Portsmouth deaths 9-21, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bilisoly & 2 sons, dead 9-26
Billisoly, Joseph A., Navy Engineer, Portsmouth, family ill 8-23, Mrs. Biliosoly and son Joseph died Tuesday,      September 4, 1855, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Billisolly, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Billisolly, Miss Margaret, Portsmouth, dead 9-14
Billisoly, Mrs. C. [probably Mrs. Charles Bilisoly], Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Billups, George, age 19, Cumberland St., Norfolk, dead 8-18, NRD #18, died August 15, 1855
Binford, George E., Norfolk, ill 10-13
Bingley, Miss J., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bingley, Miss Sophia, Portsmouth, ill 9-5, dead 9-5, died September 2, 1855 (9-11)
Bingley, Mr., Portsmouth, father of Miss Sophia Bingley, dead 9-6, died September 4, 1855
Bingley, William, dead 9-13
Bishow [Bishaw], Mrs., Norfolk, died September 16, 1855 (9-18), 9-19
Bixby child, Fen Church Street, Norfolk, dead 8-29, 8-30, may be NRD #84, died September 1, 1855
Black, Ann, Portsmouth, died September 1, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Blackburn, Lucy, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Bloodgood, James I., Vice President Howard Association 8-24
Bluford, G. W., Norfolk, ill 10-16
Boffits, Mrs., Norfolk, son dead 10-6
Bohannon [Bohonnon], M. L., Portsmouth, dead 9-15, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bohanan, Mrs., Portsmouth, child died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Bohanon, Mrs. Mary, dead 9-2, check NCRD #82
Boils, Daniel, Portsmouth, child dead 9-15
Bone, Dr. G. F., English Surgeon, quote, 9-5
Bone, William, Portsmouth, died September 1, 1855 (9-11)
Bonsall, Caleb [C. Bonsal], bookseller, of firm Bonsal & Bro. Flour Mill, Norfolk, ill 9-25 (3), dead 9-26, Caleb Bonsal NRD#76, died September 24, 1855, occupation of flour miller
Boothe, Thomas S., Norfolk, printer, dead 9-11
Boothby, Mr., Norfolk, son dead 9-4, 2 sons dead 9-5, Mr. Boothby dying 9-7
Boothby, Mrs. T. B., ill 8-29
Born, Caroline, age 36, Commerce St., Norfolk, dead 8-17
Born, Mrs., child of, dead 8-24, 8-25
Borum, John, Portsmouth, dead 10-10
Borum, Esq., Samuel R., Norfolk prominent citizen, ill 8-14, dying 8-16, dead 8-17, 8-21 recovering, 9-11, Mrs. Borum recovering 9-22
Boswick, Miss Annie, Portsmouth, dead 9-22, check NCRD #476
Bottimore, C. C., ill 8-31
Bottimore, Charles, Norfolk, dead 9-8
Bough, Captain R. W., Portsmouth, ill 10-4
Bourke, Thomas, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Bourne, Ann, Norfolk, ill 10-13
Boush, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Boutwell, Miss Emma [Miss E.], dead 8-28 (2), 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Boutwell, Mr., ill 8-28, dead 8-28
Boutwell, Mr. L. W., Clerk at Navy Yard, (nephew of late Commodore Warrington), dead 8-30, 8-31
Boutwell, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bowden, Capt. Robert W. [R. W.], Norfolk, Treasurer of Howard Association 8-14, "taken" August 14, 1855,      recovering 8-23, 8-24, 9-11, Virginia Bank cashier 9-13, 9-17, acting President of Norfolk Board of Health
     9-25
Bowen, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bowen, Mrs., dead 8-16
Bowen, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-5
Bowers, G., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bowers, Miss, Church Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Boy in Summers' Row, dead 8-27
Boyd, Mrs., dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Boyle, Daniel, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Boyle, Julia, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Boyle, Mary, Bank Street, Norfolk, dead 9-7
Boyce, Charles De, Book Binder, Talbot St., dead 8-28
Bracy, Jane, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Brady, Mr. B., Portsmouth, dead 9-19, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Bradley, Betsy, Portsmouth, dead 9-8
Branham, Lt., of Norfolk, ill 8-28
Branham, John B., dead 8-27, mother dead 8-28
Brannamon [probably Brenneman], Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Brener, Mr., child dead 8-30
Brenneman, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 9, 1855 (9-14)
Brent, George, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Brent, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Brewer, Alice, ill 8-29, NCRD #106
Brewer, Mrs. S., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, NCRD #105
Brewer, Samuel, Portsmouth, child of Samuel ill 8-29, Samuel ill 8-29, 8-31, 9-2, Samuel dead 9-5, died      September 1, 1855 (9-11), NCRD #104
Brews, A., Portsmouth, son died September 29, 1855 (10-2)
Brice, Jno, Portsmouth, died September 6, 1855 (9-11)
Brickhouse, Mr., Clerk for Herman & Co., ill 8-25
Brickhouse, L., Howard Association 10-15
Brickley, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Briggs, A., of firm Briggs & Rogers, Norfolk, died September 12, 1855 (9-13), 9-15, may be same as Archibald Briggs NRD#48, died September 10, 1855, age 50, Norfolk Grocer & C. M.
Briggs, Miss, daughter of A. Briggs, Norfolk, dead 9-22, probably NRD#70, died September 20, 1855, age 15,      daughter of Archibald Briggs
Briggs, Miss Josephine, Norfolk, daughter of A. Briggs, and sister of Dr. Briggs, refugee in Hampton, ill 9-25,
     9-26, 10-1, aunt Miss Sarah Heath 10-1 (2), 10-15
Briggs, Thomas, Norfolk, died September 12, 1855 (9-12), NRD#55, died September 11, 1855
Bright, Mr., child died at Portsmouth Naval Hospital (fatality list)9-21
Bright, Mrs., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Brinsor, Henry, Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Britt, John, Norfolk, dead 9-15
Brittenham, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Brittingham, Jessee, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Brittingham, Mr., Portsmouth, dead 9-22
Britingham, Mr., mail carrier, dead 8-30, 8-31
Brittingham, Nathaniel, dead 9-2, August 28, 1855
Brittingham, William P., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Britzel, Mr. & Mrs. William, Beaver Street, ill 9-2
Britton, J., Norfolk, dead 9-21
Brockell, William, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Brockmyer, H., Norfolk, ill 9-15 [most likely the same as below]
Brookmeyer, H., Norfolk, died September 22, 1855 (9-26)
Brooks, Jane, Concord Street, dead 8-28
Brooks, Jno., grocer, ill 9-2
Brooks, M. M., Norfolk grocer, dead 9-4
Brooks, Mr., Concord Street, child dead 9-2, NRD#s 27 & 28, died August 29 or 301855
Brooks, Mrs., wife of journeyman printer, dead 8-28, NRD#25, died August 25, 1855
Brooks, Mrs.[ Susan Pritchard], wife of James M. Brooks, Granby St., Norfolk, ill 8-28
Broughton, son [child] of Mr. [William] Broughton, dead 9-2 (2), August 30, 1855
Broughton, Thomas G., ( T. G.) one of the proprietors of the Herald, dying 8-16, 10-17
Broughton, T. H., (son of T. G. Broughton), Norfolk, ill 8-14
Broughton, Thomas G., Norfolk Board of Health 8-29, 9-17
Broughton, W. H., recovering 8-21
Brown, ____, age 60, in Williamson's lane, Norfolk 8-15
Brown, D., Portsmouth, child dead 9-26
Brown, David S., Portsmouth, died September 29, 1855 (10-2), 10-3
Brown, Henry, Portsmouth, son dead 9-22
Brown, John, Portsmouth, son died September 10, 1855 (9-14 x2), see NCRD #141
Brown, Leroy L., Portsmouth, dead 9-22, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12), check
     NCRD #394
Brown, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Brown, Miss, Portsmouth, (daughter of Wm. D. Brown, ship carpenter), dead 8-9, check NCRD #123
Brown, Mr., age 60, (formerly of Barry's Row), Williamson's Lane, Norfolk, dead 8-15
Brown, Mrs., (wife of above) Williamson's Lane, Norfolk, dead 8-17
Brown, Mrs. E. F., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Brown, Mrs. Yates, Portsmouth, ill 9-14
Brown, Jr., Samuel, ill 9-14
Brownley, James, Portsmouth, died September 22, 1855 (9-26)
Bryant, M., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bryant, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 9, 1855 (9-14), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bryant, Rev. S. S., Methodist, parents died in Norfolk 10-24
Bryce, Mrs. Andrew, Portsmouth, died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Buchannan, (young), brother to Mrs. Miller of Portsmouth, died September 13, 1855 (9-15)
Buchanon, Mrs., dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Buchanon, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 6, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Buchanon, Robert, Portsmouth, died September 4, 1855 (9-11)
Buckner, Miss, Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11), [probably same as below]
Buckner, Miss G., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Buckner, Son of Mr. Buckner, dead 9-2, August 29, 1855, check NCRD #412
Buckson, Robert, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bullock, Jr., Mr., Portsmouth, died September 3, 1855 (9-11)
Bullock, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Bullock, Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 9-6, died September 3, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21
Bullock, Robert, Portsmouth, dead 9-11, died September 8, 1855 (9-14), NCRD #156
Bunting, Capt. J., Grain Measurer, dead 8-28 (2)
Burcher, Miss, Norfolk, died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Burden, James, book-keeper of Exchange Bank, Norfolk, died September 24, 1855 (9-26)
Burgess, Benjamin, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Burgess, Chas., Portsmouth, ill 9-5
Burgess, Henry, cabinet maker at Salusbury's, ill 9-11
Burgess, Mr., Bute Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Burgess [Burges], Mrs. Sarah, Norfolk, dead 9-19
Burham, Mrs., dead August 28, 1855, 9-2, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Burke, Michael, Portsmouth, died September 4, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Burke, Mrs., Broad Street, Norfolk, dead 9-4, see NRD#34, died September 2, 1855
Burke, Thomas, driver of dead wagon for Norfolk City Hospital 10-10
Burne, Esq., J., treasurer of donation fund 8-22
Burnham, W. B. [most likely W. P.] deceased, widow and son dead 9-11
Burnham, William P. (son), [W. P., father], Norfolk, ill, son ill 9-5, husband & wife ill 9-5, Wm. dying 9-7, Wm.      dead 9-8, W. P. Burnham NRD#42, died September 7, 1855, age 40, Wm. P. Burnham (son age 15) NRD#43,      died September 7, 1855
Burns, J., carrier for Portsmouth Transcript, fled 8-18
Burtes, B. F., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Burton, Job, Norfolk, dead 9-19 (2)
Burton, Mary, Norfolk, in jail 10-4
Burton, Mrs. William, Portsmouth, died September 13, 1855 (9-17)
Burton, William, Portsmouth, died September 14, 1855 (9-17), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Buskey, James, Norfolk, dead 9-26 [may be the same as below], NRD#74, died September 23, 1855, age 23
Buskey, Mr., James Street, Norfolk, dead 9-26
Buskey, Patsy, Norfolk, dead 9-21 (2), Mrs. Patsy Buskey NRD#89, died September 20, 1855
Butcher, Miles, Ocean View, ill 9-1
Butler, Mr., Norfolk, chief clerk of Bloodgood & Co., dead 9-6
Butler, Mrs. Otelia, (wife of Dr. Butler, Norfolk), dead 8-21
Butler, Reuben, of Surrey, dead 9-7
Butner, Mrs., Portsmouth, ill 9-24
Butt, Mr., Scott Street, dead 9-17
Butt, Mrs. George, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Butt, Bob, Portsmouth grave digger 9-29, 10-24
Butt, S., Norfolk, daughter dead 9-25
Button, William, Portsmouth, child dead 9-26
Butts, Mrs. Caleb, Norfolk, died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Bynan, Capt. of steamer Ben Franklin 7-25

Cady, Thomas, Portsmouth, died September 19, 1855 (9-21 x2)
Cain, William B., proprietor of Cain's Hotel, in Norfolk, dead 9-2, dead in Richmond 9-6
Cake, Miles, Parker, Mr., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Cake, Mrs. Paul D., Portsmouth, died September 9, 1855 (9-14)
Calpper, David, Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Camm, Miss Anna, had fever, then typhoid 8-30
Camp, Chas. A., age 9, Chapel Street, dead 8-29
Camp, Esq., George Washington, Cashier Exchange Bank, Norfolk, Mrs. & three children ill 9-4, George dead
     9-5, daughter Fanny and wife ill 9-5 (2), George 9-8, George and 2 daughters recovering 9-15, 9-17,
     George's son ill 9-25
Camp, Master Wm. Edmund, age 18, dead 8-11 [most likely NRD#94, Mr. W. Emono [probably misspelling],      August 9, 1855, age 17, parent J. J. [likely J. G.] Camp, born in Norfolk]
Camp, Miss, daughter of the late John G. Camp, Esq., E. Main St., dead 8-24 [see NRD#95]
Camp, Miss Fannie, daughter of G. W. Camp, Esq., ill in Norfolk 9-4
Camp, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Camp, Mrs. Elizabeth, Norfolk, dead 8-14
Camp, Mrs. George Washington, Norfolk, dead 9-7, NRD#109, died September 5, 1855
Camp, Mrs. John J. [likely John G. Camp], 3 children dead 8-29, 9-2
Camp, William S., Norfolk, family ill 9-22, wife improving 9-29
Camp, W. W., [probably G. W. Camp] Cashier of the Exchange Bank, ill 9-1, dead 9-8
Canningham, Alexana, Norfolk, dead 9-19
Cannon, M. C., druggist, ill 8-28
Capeheart, John, Water St., and two children ill 8-25
Capps, Betsy, Hardy's Lane, dead 8-31
Capps, Enoch, child of Ryland Capps, ill in Princess Anne County 8-27
Capps, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Capps, Mrs., Church Street, Norfolk, dead 9-6
Carey, George, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Carey, W., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Carpenter, M. A., Norfolk, dead 9-14
Carr, Henry, driver of sick wagon for Norfolk City Hospital 10-10
Carrier, Mr. N. C., Inspector of Streets, ill 8-25
Carrier, Mrs. N. C., recovering 8-24, 8-25
Carrigan, Susan J., dead 9-13
Carrington, William, prisoner, Norfolk, 10-4
Carson, Thomas, Portsmouth, dead 9-8
Carter, Miss, Norfolk, dead 9-25 (2), died September 22, 1855 (9-25), see Lavinia Carter NRD#116
Carter, Mr., of Richmond, machinist at Gosport, Portsmouth, first person to die 7-25, 8-31
Cary, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Casey, Mr., Norfolk, dead 9-19 , see NRD#120
Cassell, Capt. C., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cassell, Col. Charles, Portsmouth, dead 9-4, died September 3, 1855 (9-11)
Cassell, Mrs. Charles, wife of Col. Cassel, Portsmouth, ill 9-2
Causee, R., and daughter, Norfolk, ill 9-25
Cavanaugh, John, Captain of sick lighter Howard Association 8-27
Cephas, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-15, dead 9-19 (2)
Ceulin, Mrs. Jordan, Portsmouth, died September 21, 1855 (9-24)
Chamberlayne (Chamberlain, Chamberlane), Richard H., cashier of Farmers' Bank, Norfolk, 9-14, 9-17, 10-16,
     ill 10-16
Chamberlain, Mrs. (mother of above), ill 9-25
Chambers, G., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 (probably refers to Capt. George's son,
     George W.)
Chambers, Capt. George (Ferry Superintendent) & son, of Portsmouth, ill 8-23, Capt. dead 8-23,
     died August 21, 1855 8-24, 8-25, son George W. sick 8-28 and died September 8, 1855 (9-10), 9-14,
     Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Chambers, Geo. A., dead 9-13 (may be same as above)
Chandler, Augustus [Gus], Norfolk, dead 9-12, not dead 9-13, see NRD#119
Chandler, George M., Norfolk, recovering 9-19
Chandler, Miss Alice, Norfolk, dead 9-8 (daughter of Mrs. Chandler the doctor's wife), NRD#107, died
     September 5, 1855, born in Norfolk
Chandler, Miss Amy, Norfolk, dead 9-15
Chandler, Miss Rorsha, Norfolk, dead 9-8 (daughter of Mrs. Chandler the doctor's wife)
Chandler, Miss Virginia, Norfolk, recovering 9-19
Chandler, Mrs., boarding house, Main Street, Norfolk, dead 9-6, NRD#103, died September 3, 1855, widow at      boarding house
Chandler, Mrs., (doctor's wife), Norfolk, dead 9-5
Charles, Benjamin, Norfolk Argus compositor 9-7, 9-25, dead 9-29 (2), NRD#132
Cherry, James, city constable Norfolk, 5 in family ill 8-31, James ill 9-19, dead 9-19, 9-21
Cherry, Jr., James, Talbot Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13, see NRD#117
Cherry, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cherry, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, [probably same as two following]
Cherry, Mrs. B., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cherry, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 14, 1855 (9-17)
Cherry, Mrs. E., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cherry, Mrs. Elizabeth, Portsmouth, child died September 2, 1855 (9-11)
Cherry, Mrs. Jeremiah, Portsmouth, died September 2, 1855 (9-11)
Cherry, Mrs. John, Portsmouth, ill 9-15, died September 14, 1855 (9-17), Baltimore American list of
     Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cherry, Solomon, Norfolk, [Norfolk Howard Association] ill 8-23, dead 8-24, recovering at Weldon, NC 9-11,      Howard Association 10-15, 10-16
Child, Clarity, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Childs, Capt., assistant to Chief Jailor, 10-3, 10-4
Chilton, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Chisana, Mr., French Consul, two sons ill 9-17
Chitty, Levy, Portsmouth, dead 9-15
Chitty, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 (probably same as above)
Chreistan, Mr. ___, No. 37, W. Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-18
Christian, Miss, ill 8-23
Christian, John, age 24, Allyntown, Norfolk, dead 8-23, 8-24, 8-29, NRD#97, died August 23, 1855, born in      Norfolk, occupation carpenter
Christian, Master, Allyntown, 3rd of 3 brothers dead 8-29, 9-2, NRD#98, died August 27, 1855, born in
     Norfolk, occupation carpenter
Christian, William, age 14, Marsh street, dead 8-25, 8-27
Christopher, David, dead 9-13
Christopher, Mrs., Bank Street, Norfolk, dead 9-7
Church, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-4
Churchell, R., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Churchwill, P., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Clack, Franklin J., volunteer from New Orleans, appointed police chief 9-7 (2), 9-15, 9-24, 10-2
Clagerty, Thomas, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Clagg, Mr., Norfolk, little daughter dead 10-4 (probably September 30, 1855)
Clarity, Barney, Portsmouth, dead 9-18
Clarity, Bridget, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Clarity child, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Clark, John, ill 9-14
Clarkby, Darby, Portsmouth, died September 15, 1855 (9-18), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Clarke, John [J. Clarke] , Norfolk, father, wife and daughter taken down, 9-4, 9-15, recovering 9-25
Clegg, William, Norfolk, daughter dead 10-6
Clegs, J., Norfolk, ill 9-4
Clougherty, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 28, 1855 (10-2)
Cock, Mrs. L., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cocke, Mrs. Ann R., Portsmouth, dead 8-9
Cocke, Mr. N. F., Portsmouth, dead 9-5, [N. Cocke] Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cockerin, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Coffee, Elizabeth, Norfolk, in jail temporarily, 10-4
Cofield, Mr., & son, both died September 6, 1855 (9-11)
Cohen, Mrs. J. D., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Coleman, Cornelius, Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14 x2)
Coleman, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 4, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Coleman, Mrs. Cor. [Cornelius], Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Colhoun, Catharine, age 43, West Main Street, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Colley, Francis, [the other son listed under John Colley], son of late Col. John G. Colley, beyond Norfolk city      limits 10-17, 10-19, NCRD #605
Colley, John, beyond city limits of Norfolk, son of Col. John G. Colley, died October 8, 1855 (10-12), another
     son of Col. Colley ill 10-13 [Col. John G. Colley, July 29, 1855, check NCRD #602-605 , born in Norfolk,      occupation shipyard]
Colley, Miss Ann, sister of late Col. John G. Colley, Norfolk dead 10-4, see NRD#125
Collins, Daniel, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Collins, Dr. William, Portsmouth, President of Seaboard & Roanoke Railroad, 9-6 not ill, ill at friend's house
     9-6, ill 9-7, died 9-8 (2), died September 8, 1855, 9-10 mourning, 9-11 (2), 9-12 wife and children well,
     9-14 (3), 10-1
Collins, John, oldest son of Capt. John G. Collins, ill 10-10, NCRD #90
Collins, John W., Crawford House, Portsmouth, brother of Dr. Wm. Collins, recovering 8-28, 8-29, relapse 9-8,      died September 8, 1855, 9-11, 9-13, 9-14, J. W. Collins, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21,
      9-21, died at Portsmouth Naval Hospital 10-12
Collins, Master William, Portsmouth, son of late Dr. Wm. Collins, dead western part of state 10-8
Collins, Mr., Norfolk, of steamer Princess Ann, recovering 9-29
Collins, Mrs. William B., died September 8, 1855 (9-14), see NCRD #63
Collins, W. B., brick manufacturer and builder, ill 8-10, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
     (see Wm. B. Collins)
Collins, William, Norfolk, ill 9-13, 9-15, child dead 9-19
Collins, William, dead 8-31, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Collins, William B., Portsmouth, wife and 3 children sick 9-6
Collins, William P, dead 8-10
Columbia, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-14
Come, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-22
Commings, Harriet, Portsmouth, dead 10-13
Conally, Miss, Norfolk, dead 10-6
Condry, William, Portsmouth, 9-5, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Coneman, H., Norfolk, dead 9-6
Connelly, ___, Portsmouth, Irish victim from Leigh's Row - 7-30
Connely, Mrs., Portsmouth, section "Newtown", dead 9-29
Conner, E. O., Portsmouth, child died September 6, 1855 (9-11), child see NRD#111, E. O. died September 30,      1855 (10-2)
Connor, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-14
Conrad, William, dead 8-27
Conrade, John, age 35, Allyntown, Norfolk, dead 8-27
Conrad, T., Allyntown, Norfolk, refugee returned to early now ill 10-25
Consolvo, Mrs. Eliza. Ann, corner of Church and Bute Sts., Norfolk, dead 9-26, NRD#122
Constable, T. F., Norfolk Board of Health 8-29
Contz, Barney, Portsmouth, dead 9-17
Cook, A. B. (may be August Cooke), Norfolk, Superintendent of Howard Hospital 9-10
Cook, Eliza, age 19, Valentine's Row, Church St., Norfolk, dead 8-17
Cook, (J.), Norfolk, dead 8-27
Cook, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cook, Richard D., dead 8-27
Cook, Sr., William, Portsmouth, died September 16, 1855 (9-18), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth
     deaths 9-21, check NCRD #375
Cooke, Augustus B. [A. B.], Norfolk Board of Health, removed sick to Hospital, clerk at hospital, 8-24, ill 9-8,
     9-12 (2), new president of Howard Ass. 10-2
Cooke, Catharine, Naval Hospital Portsmouth casualty list 9-21, check NCRD #197
Cooke, David, Richmond, dead 9-12, 9-17
Cooke, John, Portsmouth, Irish victim from Leigh's Row 7-30, check NCRD #195
Cooke, Mr., Postmaster Portsmouth 9-10
Cooke, Mr., Newtown, dead 9-2, August 30, 1855
Cooke, Mrs. Mary, Portsmouth, dead 8-9, check NCRD #198
Cooke, Nicholas, age 20, West side Market square, Norfolk, dead 8-17
Cooke, Robert, Cooke, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cooke, Samuel, age 24, North Church St., Norfolk, dead 8-27, 8-28
Cooper, D., dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Cooper, J. D., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Cooper, Miss, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Cooper, Mr. [J. D.], Portsmouth 9-4, died September 1, 1855 (9-11),
Cooper, Mrs. John D., Portsmouth, ill 9-5, dead 9-6, died September 3, 1855 (9-11), two of her orphan children      died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Cooper, Wells, Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14), NCRD #318
Cooper, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-13
Copes, Mrs., age 59, East Water St., Portsmouth, dead 8-23, 8-24
Corchran, Bryan, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Corcoran, Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 9-5
Corfitt, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Corprew, Thomas, J., ill, [T. J.] 8-23, [Cooprew] 8-25, 8-27, mother ill 8-31
Cosgrove, Mr., East Union St., Norfolk, age 50, dead 8-17
Courtney, Joseph, Norfolk, ill 9-15, in prison for larceny, died September 12, 1855 (10-3), 10-4
Covert, John, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Covert, Sr., Mrs., dead 8-31, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Cowdery, Miss, daughter of late Dr. Jno. Cowdery, USN, refugee, ill in York, PA 9-26
Cowdery, Mrs., wife of late Dr. Jno. Cowdery, USN, refugee to York, PA, ill 9-14
Cowdery, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-6
Cower, J. D., Portsmouth, ill 9-2 [may be same as Cowper]
Cowper, D. D., Portsmouth, child died September 11, 1855 (9-14)
Cowper, Mr. & Mrs. John [Jno.] D., dead 8-31, 9-4, 9-5
Cowper, L. C. P., of Portsmouth 8-24
Cowper, Wells, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, see NCRD #76
Cox, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 2, 1855 (9-11)
Cox, R., Portsmouth, died September 3, 1855 (9-11)
Crammer, Louis, Portsmouth, died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Cranby, Master, dead 9-13
Crawford, William, Hampton, dead 9-1
Creekmore, Samuel, Portsmouth, died September 12, 1855 (9-14), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth
     deaths 9-21
Creekmore, William, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Creekmore, Willis, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Creekmore, Willoughby, Portsmouth, died September 8, 1855 (9-14) [probably same as above]
Creig, Sara, Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Crosbie [most likely Crosby], Miss C. A., Norfolk, dead 9-25 (2), died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Crosby, Mrs. Catharine, Norfolk, dead 9-21
Crossgrove, Thomas, prisoner at Norfolk jail for mutiny 10-4
Crowder, Mr. & Mrs. Jacob, Norfolk, refugees to Petersburg 9-6
Cullen, Michael, Norfolk, dead 10-9, see NRD#124
Cully, Mr., engineer at cotton factory, ill 10-5
Cunningham, George, prisoner, Norfolk, 10-4
Cunningham, Mrs. A., Norfolk, dead 9-4, see NRD#101
Cunningham, Theodore, clerk Farmers Bank Norfolk, died September 10, 1855 (9-12), 9-15, see NRD#113
      & 115
Cunninghan, William E., Editor of the Norfolk Beacon, ill 9-4, dead 9-5 (2), died September 3, 1855 (9-6),      NRD#102, Mr. E. Cunningham, died September 3, 1855, age 50, editor of Beacon.
Curlin [or Curling], Jordan, Portsmouth, died September 29, 1855 (10-2), 10-3 , NCRD #398
Curran, Mr., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Currier, Miss, Norfolk, ill 9-18
Currier, N. C., ill 8-27
Currin, John, Portsmouth, dead 9-29
Curtain, Mrs., age 67, N. Church St., Norfolk, dead 8-18, check NCRD #5
Curtin, Edward, age 23, Union Street, dead 8-29, Mr. Curtin 8-30, check NCRD #6
Curtis, Mr., Norfolk, child dead 9-25
Cushing, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 [probably same as below]
Cushing, Mrs., Portsmouth, ill 7-30, see NCRD #221
Custis, Mrs., Magazine Lane, Norfolk, dead 9-7, child dead 9-25 (see NRD #121), Mrs. Custis NRD#106, died      September 5, 1855
Cuthrell, M. J. (Mary Jane), Norfolk, dead 9-25, died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Cuthrell, Mrs., Bank Street, Norfolk, dead 9-20
Cuthrell, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-25 [possibly same as above], died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Cuthrell, William J., Norfolk, dead 9-25

Dabby, ____, Norfolk, died September 12, 1855 (9-12)
Daily, Mr. & Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-4
Dalby, Franklin, Proby's Lane, Norfolk, dead 9-20
Dally, F., Norfolk, child dead 9-19
Daloslotan, Mrs. W., Portsmouth, died September 29, 1855 (10-2)
Dalrymple, Mrs. Robert, Norfolk, ill 10-5, died October 14, 1855 (10-16), 10-17, NRD #168
Dalrymple, Robert, Norfolk, stone mason, dead 9-26, ill 10-2, 10-3, Robert died October 3, 1855 (10-5), NRD      #167
Daly, Mr. & Mrs. Ed., corner Church & Main Sts., Norfolk, dead 9-6
Daly, Mr. & Mrs. & adopted daughter, Norfolk, ill 9-4
Dameson, Mrs. S. W., Norfolk, died September 16, 1855 (9-18) (Possibly Dameron or Dameren)
Darden, Mrs., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Dashiell, George, Cumberland Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Daughtery, D. P., died September 17, 1855 (9-19x2), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, see      NCRD #43
Daughtery [Doughterty], Mr., conductor of Weldon Railroad 9-5 (2), ill 9-6
Daughtery, Mrs. D. P., Portsmouth, ill 9-15, dead 9-15 (2), died September 13, 1855 (9-15), Baltimore
     American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, see NCRD #44
David, Capt., of steamer Curtis Peck 8-25
David, John, Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11)
Davidson, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Davidson, Mrs. George, Portsmouth, dead 9-5
Davidson, Mrs., [probably same as above], Portsmouth, died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American
     list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Davis, Captain Samuel, of steamer Curtis Peck, Portsmouth, 8-21, 9-10, 9-12
Davis, Mrs. Samuel, Portsmouth, dead 9-5
Davis, John, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Davis, John B. [J. B. Davis], Portsmouth, dead 8-16, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, NCRD      #413
Davis, Master William, Norfolk, ill 9-15
Davis, Miss, dead 9-2
Davis, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Davis, Mrs., Norfolk, daughter dead at Ocean View 9-6
Davis, Mrs. John B., Portsmouth, mother of Virginius Haynes, ill 8-29, 8-31, 9-1, 9-2 (2), died September 1,
     1855 (9-11), Mrs. J. B. Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, NCRD #414
Davis, Widow, Duke street, dead 9-1, see NRD #135
Dawley, Enoch, ill in Princess Anne County 8-27
Dawson, Mrs. J. W., Norfolk, dead 9-19
Dean, Lyman [Lenman], Portsmouth, died September 9, 1855 (9-14), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21
DeBauer, Charles, Talbot Street, dead 8-28
DeBree, Purser, clerk of E. P. Tabb & Co., son dead of fever in Baltimore 8-27, 2nd son ill 8-27
Decker, Capt. Henry, dead 8-30
Decker, John, Norfolk, died September 22, 1855 (9-26)
Delacy, Miss, Norfolk, dead 9-25 (2)
Delacy (Dellacy), Miss ___, Norfolk, dead 10-3, 10-4, 10-5
Delaney, E., Norfolk, daughter dead 9-25
Delany, E. & John, keeper of provision stores Howard Association 8-27
Delany, Mrs. E., Norfolk, ill 9-22
Delaney, Edward, Norfolk, ill 8-31, son dead 9-6 see NRD #145, Howard Association 10-15
Delany, John, Norfolk, brother to ex-Mayor Delany, dead 9-5, see NRD #139
Delany, William D., ex-Mayor Norfolk, and wife ill 9-19 (2), Wm dead 9-20, 9-21, wife improving 9-29
Delk, Mr. & Mrs. F. H., of firm Hardy & Delk, merchants, Norfolk, dead 9-25 (2), died September 22, 1855
     (9-25), see NRD #163, 2 children ill 9-26
Delk, Mr. & Mrs., Norfolk, child dead 9-19 (2), see NRD #153
Delshal, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Dempster, J., & family ill 9-15
Denison, Jno., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 [might be same as below]
Denson, John B., clerk in the Navy, dead 8-10, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Dibrell, James, youngest son of Rev. Dibrell, ill 9-7
Dibrell, Thomas, Norfolk, son of Rev. Dibrell, dead 9-6 (2), see NRD #144
Dibrell, Rev. Anthony, Grandy Street Methodist Episcopal, Norfolk 8-21, 8-25, ill 8-29, 8-30, 9-1, 9-2
Dicker, Captain Henry, age 56, dead 8-29
Diffenburg, J. D., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Diggs, Mr., Norfolk, assisted at jail 9-6
Diggs, W., Portsmouth, son dead 9-26
Dill, Child of Geo. Dill, dead 8-10, check NCRD #238, 239 and 242
Dill, Mr. George, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 [check above]
Dill, Mrs. George, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, check NCRD #241
Dills [probably Dill], George, Portsmouth, child dead 10-13
Dilworth, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-25 (2), died September 22, 1855 (9-25
Dixon, J., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Dixon, Thomas C, Norfolk, of firm Dixon & Hallett, dead 9-7 (2)
Dobbs, W., child dead 8-30, check NCRD #92
Dobie, Wilson, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Dodamead, Thomas, Superintendent of R & P RR Co, & Agent of steamer Augusta 8-20
Dodd, Edward, Norfolk, dead 9-7, not dead 9-17
Dodds, Miss Romy, ill 9-1
Doland, J., daughter ill 9-22
Donald, Nimrod, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Donohoe, Ann, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Donahoe, Coleman, dead 9-2, August 29, 1855
Donovan, John, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Dorley, H. J., [H. G.], Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14 x2)
Dorney, Ambrose [A. Dorney], receiver of provision Howard Association 8-27, Norfolk, died September 10,      1855 (9-12), see NRD #149
Dorrity, Nathaniel, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Dorsey, M., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Dothen, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-19
Dotten, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-19
Doughterty [Daughtery], Mr., Portsmouth, mail agent on Seaboard and Roanoke RR, ill 9-6
Doughtry, Mrs. D. P., Portsmouth, dead 9-15
Dove, Mrs. Richard, Norfolk, dead 9-5
Dove, Richard, Norfolk, Sealer of Weights and Measures, ill 8-24, died September 1, 1855, 9-4
Dow, Capt., two children died September 23, 1855 (9-25)
Dowell, young Mr., Norfolk, died September 23, 1855 (9-25)
Dowling, James, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Downes, Thomas, Norfolk, dead 9-25 (2)
Downs, Margaret, Norfolk, dead 9-22, see NRD #162
Doyle, Mrs. William, Norfolk, dead 9-17
Drake, Mrs. R., Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14)
Dray, Mr., Norfolk, son dead 9-28, Mr. Dray died September 27, 1855 (9-29)
Dray, Mrs., James Street, Norfolk, dead 10-9
Drayton, Anne, Norfolk, dead 9-6
Dresser, James, Portsmouth, dead 9-20 (2)
Drewry, Arthur, 6 years old, Portsmouth, son of Mrs. Mary Drewry, 8-9
Drewry, Horace, Norfolk, 1st clerk of banker Jno. D. Gordon died, September 19, 1855 (9-22)
Drewry, J. M., Portsmouth, died August 31, 1855 (9-11)
Drewry (Drury), John M. (J. M)., Deputy Sheriff , Portsmouth, ill 10-4, recovered 10-10
Drewrey, Mrs. Jane, age 71 [or 72], Norfolk, dead 9-19, 9-20 (2), see NRD #156
Drewry, Mrs. Horace, Norfolk, died September 11, 1855 (9-15 x2) , 9-21
Drewry, Mrs. Mary B., Portsmouth, and son Arthur age 6, aunt of Mills C. Godwin, dead 8-9
Drummond, George, Howard Association 10-15
Dubbs, Mr., master grave digger, dead 10-5, 10-6
Dubbs, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 10-3, see NRD #166
Duberry, Mrs., one paper says Hampton, another Portsmouth, opposite Leigh's Row, dead 7-25, 7-30
Dudley, Jesse, Norfolk, dead 9-6
Dudley, Joseph, Portsmouth, died September 19, 1855 (9-21), check NCRD #69
Dudley, Miss M. B., Norfolk, dead 9-22
Dues, Miss M., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Duesberry, Mr. & Mrs. E., Norfolk, dead 9-4
Dugan, William, Portsmouth, dead 8-9
Duigan, Michael, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Duigan, Mr., child dead, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Dumott, Mr., English gardener, dead 8-24
Dunhan, Miss, [probably same as Miss M. Dunham], Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Dunivan, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Dunbar, David, recovering 9-2
Dunbar, W. T., attorney, ill 8-29
Dunbar, William, recovering 8-27
Dunbar, W. G., Norfolk, recovering 9-15
Dunbar, ___ (young), Church St., Norfolk, ill 8-28
Dunham, Miss M., dead 8-30
Dunston, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Dunton, Joseph, dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Dusch, Mrs. E., Norfolk, died October 2, 1855 (10-4), 10-5
Dutton, Mr., recovering 10-1
Dyer, Lieut. night watch, Norfolk 10-3, 10-4
Dyson, George, Norfolk, ill 9-4

Earl [Earle], John, Portsmouth, died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21, NCRD #255
Eastwood, Julius, Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14 x2)
Eastwood, Richard, Portsmouth, child died September 2, 1855 (9-11), child died September 25, 1855, (9-26)
Echard, William, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Edwards, Amos, Portsmouth, 9-22
Edwards, Henry, Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14 x2)
Edwards, Esq., J. C. P., Portsmouth, owned place in suburbs where refugees lived 10-4
Edwards, Miss L., Portsmouth, died September 14, 1855 (9-17), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Edwards, Miss Virginia, Portsmouth, dead 9-18, NCRD #35
Edwards, Mrs., age 50, at cotton factory, Norfolk, ill 9-21
Edwards, Mrs., Norfolk, child dead 9-26
Edwards, O. W., Norfolk, ill 8-31, recovering 9-15
Eldin, Major, 10-4
Eldridge, Thomas, Norfolk, dead 9-7, see NRD #173
Ellett, Hannah, prisoner overnight in Norfolk jail 10-4 (2)
Elliot, Mrs. James T., Norfolk, dead 9-7
Elliot, John T., keeper of provision store
Emmerson, James, Portsmouth, died October 2, 1855 (10-4), child died October 4, 1855 (10-6)
Emmerson, John, recovering 9-2 (brother to Arthur)
Emmerson, Mr., Portsmouth, child died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Emmerson, Mrs. Thomas, died September 29, 1855 (10-2), 10-3, NCRD #435
Erickson, John, age 47, from Sweden, died at City Hospital Norfolk 9-6
Erickson, Miss Delia, age 12, from Sweden, died at City Hospital Norfolk 9-6
Eskridge, Richard Portsmouth, (age 18) and Sarah, children of Rev. Vernon Eskridge, Navy Chaplain, ill 9-6,      Richard dead 9-12, 9-13, 9-14, Richard in Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, dead      Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Etherage, Miss, Portsmouth, died September 12, 1855 (9-14), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Etherage, Mrs., Norfolk, child dead 9-26
Etherage, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-22
Etheredge [Etheridge], Miss, age 22, Cumberland St., Norfolk, dead 8-24, 8-25
Etheredge, Mr. N. [A.], Union Street, dead 8-29
Etheredge, Nelson, Portsmouth, dead 9-22
Etheridge, Alexander, Portsmouth, child dead 9-5, Alexander died September 19, 1855 (9-21), 9-24, see NCRD      #519
Etheridge, Nelson, Portsmouth, ill 9-21
Etheridge, William, Portsmouth, child died September 3, 1855 (9-11)
Euster (Eustis), James, Norfolk Chief Jailor after Clack's resignation, 10-3
Evans, Miss, Norfolk, daughter of Capt. Evans, died September 27, 1855 (9-29), 10-2, see NRD #174
Evins, Mrs. Charles, Portsmouth, died September 25, 1855 (9-26)
Ewell, Mr., Kempsville, ill 10-5

Falcon, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Fallen, Mrs., age 38, Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-21
Falls, Esq., M. N., tent city named after him 9-11
Falls, Esq., ___ N., of the bay line of steamers 8-3
Farlees, Mrs., Norfolk, child died September 27, 1855 (9-29)
Farman, T., Norfolk, dead 9-6
Fatherly [Fattierly], Capt. John S., age 45, Charlotte Street, Norfolk, ill 8-29, dead 8-31 (3)
Fauth, Philip, Apothecary at Buff's Drug Store, Portsmouth, ill 9-5
Fay, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-5, died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21
Fellows, Sir James, writes about yellow fever 8-14
Fentress, Miss, Norfolk, ill 9-25 [most likely same as below]
Fentress, Miss Frederica, Norfolk, sister of late Thos. L. Fentress, dead 9-28, see NRD #187
Fentress, Mr., Norfolk, recovering 9-29
Fentress, Mrs., Norfolk, died October 2, 1855 (10-4), 10-5, NRD #191
Ferebe, H., Superintendent of Norfolk County ferry, ill 9-13
Ferebee, Harrison, Norfolk, ill 9-15
Ferguson, Capt. William B., President of Howard Association, Norfolk, 8-14, 8-22, 8-24, 8-30, 9-8, 9-10, 9-13,
     ill 9-21, 9-24 (2), dead 9-25 (6) , died September 22, 1855 (9-25), 9-26 (2), 10-1, NRD #186
Ferguson, George S., Custom House Officer, Norfolk, ill in Hampton 9-5, 9-10, died September 8, 1855 (9-11),
      10-4
Ferguson, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-15 [probably a volunteer nurse]
Ferguson, Mrs. William B., ill 9-22, 9-25, 9-26, 9-29, died September 30, 1855 (10-2), 10-3, NRD #190
Fergusson, M. D., William, English doctor, Inspector General of Military Hospitals, quote 9-5
Ferrebee, Harrison, keeper of ferry, Portsmouth, dead 9-13
Ferret, Esq., A., Norfolk, bookkeeper at the Exchange Bank, dead 9-4, 9-11
Ferrett [Ferret], Mrs., wife of above, died September 7, 1855 ((9-11)
Filcher, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 13, 1855 (9-17)
Files, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Finch, Mr. James H., foreman of the Norfolk Argus 9-1, ill 9-5, 9-7, 9-8, 9-11, died September 9, 1855, in      Petersburg from yellow fever (9-12), buried in Blandford 9-12, tribute 9-15
Findley, Miss, Portsmouth (sister of Mrs. Macklin), died September 2, 1855 (9-11)
Fineash, (young), Norfolk, dead 9-15
Finner, George, Norfolk, dead 10-29
Fisher, Mr., Portsmouth, died September 6, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Fisher, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 [probably same as below]
Fisher, Mrs., Thomas Portsmouth, dead 9-15 (2)
Fisk [Fiske] , Chas., Portsmouth, son of Mayor Fisk, recovering 8-14, 8-23, 8-31
Fiske, David D. [ D. D.], Mayor of Portsmouth 8-29, ill 8-29, 8-31, dead 9-5 (2), recovering 9-8, 9-11, 9-13,
     9-17, 9-22, 9-24, 9-26, son Charley 9-26, gone to Baltimore 9-29
Fitzgerald, Fk., Norfolk, dead 9-4
Fitsgerald, Purser USN, Norfolk, ill 9-6, the Purser and son Charles died in Baltimore of fever 9-11
Fitzhugh, Miss Evelina, ill 8-31, see NRD #193
Fiveash, Master, Norfolk, dead 9-26
Fiveash, Mrs., Norfolk, wife of late Capt. F., died September 27, 1855 (9-29), see NRD #188
Flaherty, Boyd, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Flaherty, John, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Flaherty, Mrs., Main Street, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Flaherty, Mrs. Martin, Portsmouth, dead 8-9 [probably Sarah Flaherty]
Flaherty, Sarah, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21, check NCRD #203
Flaser, T., Norfolk, dead 9-4
Flood, Bridget, Portsmouth Irish victim from Leigh's Row 7-30
Floud, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Foils, Mr., Portsmouth, child dead 10-9
Folger, Mrs. Lydia, Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14), NCRD #572
Foley, James, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Follins, Miss, Portsmouth, near Navy Yard gate, dead 7-25, 7-30
Forbes, Major Samuel A., Portsmouth, ill 8-31, 9-1, dead 9-2 (2)
Forbes, Capt. Samuel, dead 9-2, August 30, 1855 [probably same as above], Baltimore American list of      Portsmouth deaths 9-21, NCRD #423
Forbes, Joseph, Portsmouth, child dead 9-26
Forbes, William, Norfolk, buried October 9, 1855 (10-10)
Ford, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-4, 9-5, died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of
     Portsmouth deaths 9-21, son died October 4, 1855 (10-6)
Forehand, Charity, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Forehand, Hardy, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Foreman, John A., Portsmouth, ill 9-17, child dead 9-29
Foreman, Lucy, age 93, Metcalf's Lane, dead 8-28, 8-29
Foreman, Mrs. John A., Portsmouth, ill 9-2, 9-5, recovering 9-12
Foreman, Thomas, Norfolk, ill 9-4 (2)
Forgid, Alexander, in Norfolk jail 10-4
Forrest, John W., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21, NCRD #219
Forrest, Mr. & Mrs., ill 8-28
Forrest, W. S. [Forest], reporter for the Argus, ill 8-31, 9-1, recovered 9-11
Forrett, A., Norfolk, dead 9-4
Fortune, Jas., Portsmouth, Portsmouth, dead 8-9, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Foster, James, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Foster, Mr., Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11)
Foster, Mrs. , Allyntown, Norfolk, dead 9-2
Foster, Mrs., from Portsmouth Transcript, died September 1, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of      Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Foster, Richard, Ferry Point in Norfolk, dead 9-29
Fowler, Mrs. Frances [F. Fowler], ill 8-29, dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21,
     check NCRD #509
Francis, John, prisoner Norfolk jail for mutiny 10-4, ill 9-4 (10-4)
Francis, Richard [R'd.], Norfolk, dead 9-14, died September 11, 1855 (9-15), see NRD #194
Frank, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-25 [most likely same as below]
Frank, Mrs. Mary, Norfolk, dead 9-28
Freeman, Capt. Wm., of Fen St., Norfolk, "taken" 8-17, see NRD #176
Freeman, Miss Sarah, daughter of Capt, Freeman, Norfolk, dead 9-5, see NRD #179
Freeman, Mrs. John A., Portsmouth, ill 9-15
Friedman, Mrs., wife of Dr. Friedman, Main Street, dead 8-28 (2), 8-29
Frost, Mrs., Charlotte Street, Norfolk, ill 8-29
Frost, R., Norfolk, child dead 9-19 (2), see NRD #185
Fry, John, Portsmouth, died September 17, 1855 (9-19)
Fulghan, Miss, Brewer St., ill 8-24
Fulghan, Miss Harriet, age 60, Brewer Street, dead 8-28

Gafney, Mary, Portsmouth, died September 4, 1855 (9-11)
Gain, Esq., George M. , Cashier Portsmouth Savings Bank 8-16
Gaines, Mr., dead 8-30
Gakin, Edward, prisoner Norfolk jail for mutiny 10-4
Gale, Miss, age 33, Cumberland Street, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Galhen, Peter, dead 8-30
Galilee, Patrick, Portsmouth, dead 8-9, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Galilee [Gallalee], Peter, dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, dead 9-22,
      NCRD #187
Gallee, Peter, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 [son by same name died, NCRD #189]
Gallalee (probably Galilee), John, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, check NCRD #188
Galt, Dr. Alexander, Norfolk Postmaster, (father of Galt the sculptor), ill 9-2, 9-22, 9-24, 9-25 (5), died      September 22, 1855 (9-25), 10-1, NRD #222, son ill 10-4
Gamber, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 12, 1855 (9-14)
Gamble, Mrs. Portsmouth, died September 12, 1855 (9-14) [same as above], Baltimore American list of      Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Gardiner, Shanks, Miss Margaret, Portsmouth, ill 9-15
Gardner, Shanks, at Dickie's, dead 9-17
Garnett, Mr., Norfolk, City Surveyor, dead 9-6
Garnett, William Henry, Howard Association, removed sick to Hospital 8-24, ill 8-31, 9-1, dead 9-4 (2), 9-6,
     see NRD #202
Garreau, Miss Jane, at Alms House, Norfolk, dead 10-17 [possibly Garrow]
Garret [Garrett], Mary, Little Water Street, dead 8-29, 8-30
Garrison, Mrs. Garrison, child dead 8-10
Garrison, Mrs., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Garrison, James, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Garrow, Miss, residing in suburbs of Norfolk, died October 14, 1855 (10-16)
Gates, Mrs., dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Gatewood, Mr., attache and junior editor at Norfolk Beacon, ill 9-4, 9-5 (2), 9-11
Gatewood, Richard, Jr., receiver of provision orders Howard Association (also of the Beacon) 8-27, died
     9-11 (2)
Gattiker, Mr., at J. M. Freeman's, Main Street, Norfolk, dead 8-29
Gayle, Miss Drusilla, dead 9-1
Gayles, Miss, removed to Mr. Day's on Cumberland St., Norfolk, ill 8-25
Gaylord, Capt. John, Norfolk, child ill 10-29
Geay, Peter, Norfolk, French teacher, dead 9-19
George, G. W., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
George, H., daughter dead 8-30
George, Joseph, (son of Henry George), Portsmouth, dead 9-11, died September 8, 1855 (9-14), Baltimore      American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, see NCRD #164
George, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-15
George, Washington, Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11), NCRD #163
Ghio, Enoch, Portsmouth, recovering 9-19, 9-21 (2)
Ghio, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Ghio, Miss Cecil, Portsmouth, dead 9-4
Ghio, Miss, Portsmouth [may be same as above or her sister], died September 3, 1855 (9-11)
Ghio, Simeon, age 21 [another report says age 19], Portsmouth, and brother ill in Hampton 9-17, died at      Hampton September 15, 1855 (9-19), two sisters already dead, Simon 9-21, 9-22, 9-25
Ghiselin [Ghrislin], Misses Mary and Rebecca, ill 8-31
Gibbon, James, age 50, restaurant keeper, Union St., dead 8-24, 8-25
Gibbons, Dr. Fitz, left city when yellow fever arrived 8-24
Gibbs, A. J., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Gibson, L. B., Norfolk, child dead, 9-25
Gibson, L. K., deceased, Norfolk, 9-19
Gibson, L. R. [probably L. B., and L. K. are the same as L. R. Gibson], Princess Anne, jeweler, dead 9-4,
     daughter dead 9-19, 9-20
Gilbert, Mrs. T., Norfolk, dead 9-19, mother-in-law dead 9-19 [see NRD #216]
Gilbert, Thomas, Norfolk, dead 9-20, 9-25 (2), died September 22, 1855 (9-25), NRD #221 or 663
Gilbert, William, Norfolk, dead 9-22
Giles, Sydney, soldier, drowned 8-17
Gillespie, Leslie, in Norfolk jail a short time 10-4
Gilley, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-13
Glen, George, and family, Norfolk, ill 9-15
Glenn, Elizabeth or Eliza (maiden name of Godwin), and infant child, Portsmouth, sister of Mills C. Godwin and      daughter of Alexander Godwin, ill 7-30 , dead 8-9
Glenn, P. E., Portsmouth, son-in-law of Alexander Godwin 7-30
Glennan, Michael [M. Glennan], Norfolk grocer, dead 9-19, 9-20
Goddin, Richard, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Godfre, M., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Godfrey, Eliza, Woodside's Lane, dead 8-29, 8-30
Godfrey, Martin, Norfolk, dead 9-26
Godfrey, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Godfrey, Mr., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Godfrey, Mr., Norfolk, child dead 9-21 [perhaps same as Mrs. Godfrey daughter dead 9-19]
Godfrey, Mrs., dead 9-2, August 28, 1855
Godfrey, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 22, 1855 (9-26)
Godfrey, Mrs., Portsmouth, daughter dead 9-19
Godfrey, Thomas, Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Godwin, Alexander H., father of Mills C. Godwin, Portsmouth, dead 8-9
Godwin, Eliza S. K. F. R., Portsmouth, wife of A. H. Godwin, mother of Mills C. Godwin 8-9, Portsmouth Naval      Hospital fatality list 9-21
Godwin, Frederick, of Gosport, Portsmouth, son of Alexander Godwin, dead 7-25, 7-30
Godwin, George C., Chief Clerk Naval Store, Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Godwin, Mills C., Richmond , compositor at Dispatch, (family in Gosport: brother of Frederick Godwin,
      brother-in-law to P. E. Glenn, brother of Elizabeth Glenn, cousin to Mrs. Amelia Jones, nephew of Mrs.
      Mary B.  Drewry and cousin to Arthur Drewry), 8-9
Godwin, Mrs. Alexander, Portsmouth, dead 8-7
Gondkop, Miss, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Gondy [see Goudy], Mr., Portsmouth, died September 8, 1855 (9-14)
Goodridge, Mrs., aged 50, dead 9-17, [see NRD #231]
Gordon, Francis, Norfolk, son of Jno. D. Gordon, dead 9-21, 9-22
Gordon, Jno. D., Norfolk broker, ill 9-22, 9-24, improving 9-25, dead 9-26, [see NRD #226]
Gordon, Miss, daughter of Jno. D. Gordon (broker), Norfolk, ill 9-17
Gordon, Miss Jane, Portsmouth, died 9-14 [possibly same as Mrs. Jane Jordon]
Gordon, Mrs. Jno. D. [Mr. Gordon the banker], Norfolk, died September 16, 1855 (9-18), dead 9-19 (2), 9-20      [check NRD #217]
Gosline, William, murderer of Murphy, died September 4, 1855 (10-3), 10-4
Goudy [see Gondy], Mrs., Portsmouth, died 9-11
Gowan, Miss, Smith's Point, Norfolk, died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Gowan, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-8, check NRD #740
Graham, Mr., nurse, Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14 x2)
Grambey, John, Norfolk, died September 10, 1855 (9-12)
Grambery, Mrs. Gilsey, Norfolk, ill 9-15
Granberry, Mr. & Miss, Norfolk, son and daughter of John Granberry (deceased), Miss Granberry see NRD
     #207  & 211, Mrs. Gilley (aunt) ill 9-13
Granberry, George, Norfolk, dead 9-15, check NRD #627
Granberry, John, Norfolk, dead 9-15, check NRD #626
Granberry, Richard, and two sons, dead in Norfolk 9-14
Grant, Tar, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Graven, D. R., dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Graves, Miss Mary Eliza, age 18, Brewer St., dead 8-29, 8-30
Graves, Miss Maria, Brewer St., dead 8-28 [probably same as above]
Graves, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Graves, Mr., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Graves, Mrs., dead 8-28
Graves, Mrs. Williams' niece, dead 8-30
Graves, Robert A., dead 9-21, NCRD #416
Graves, Robert, (Portsmouth), child died September 6, 1855 (9-11), Robert dead 9-22, NCRD #417
Graves, W. A., receiver of provision orders Howard Association 8-27
Graves, William A., Portsmouth, ill 9-22 [check W. A. Graves]
Gray, Edwin, daughter died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Gray, George, Portsmouth, son dead 9-14
Gray, Mary, Norfolk, died September 22, 1855 (9-25), 9-26
Gray, Miss, Portsmouth, dead 9-29
Gray, Mr., Norfolk, dead 9-28
Gray, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-26 [probably Mary Gray]
Gray, Mrs., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Gray, Nancy Steel, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Green, Francis, Norfolk, dead 9-21
Green, John, of the Navy Yard, Norfolk, dead 9-19, 9-20, 9-26
Green, Mr., son dead 10-2
Green, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-19 [possibly refers to Mrs. Gilbert's mother-in-law]
Green, Mrs. Francis, Norfolk, died September 18, 1855 (9-20) [see above]
Green, Thomas, Portsmouth, ill 9-5, dead 9-6, died September 4, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of      Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Green, Timothy, Norfolk, died in Hampton September 18, 1855 (9-22), NRD #230
Green, William, Norfolk, child dead 9-17
Greenald, Richard B., Norfolk, grandchild of old Mr. Ballance, dead 9-18
Greenfield, Henry, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Greenwood, Mr., Reid's Lane, dead 8-24, see NRD #199
Grenalds, Mr. & Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-15
Griffin, Lucy, Portsmouth, dead 9-8
Griffin, Miss Roselia, Market Square, Norfolk, dead 9-7, 9-8, see NRD #203
Grimes, Herbert, dead 8-30
Grimes, Joshua [J. A.], Portsmouth policeman, dead Friday August 3, 1855, 8-6, Portsmouth Naval Hospital      fatality list 9-21, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Grimes, Mr., dead 8-30
Gulish, Mary, Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Guy, Captain Elias, chief of Norfolk police, Captain of the Watch, ill 8-18, 8-23, family  (daughter, Mrs. Hall, and       her 3 children) ill and recovering, 8-24, Mrs. Hall dead 8-28, 8-31, 9-1, 9-4, family recovering 9-11, 9-13,
      Capt. Guy relapse 9-21, 9-25, recovering 10-6
Guy, George F. [T.], Portsmouth, ill 9-12, (son of G. Guy), died September 10, 1855 (9-14), not dead but
     mending 9-15
Guy, John, Portsmouth, child dead 9-25
Guy, Mrs. George, Portsmouth, died September 17, 1855 (9-19), , NCRD #265
Guy, Mrs. William R., Portsmouth, dead 9-25
Guy, William R., (W. R.), Portsmouth, died September 21, 1855 (9-24)
Guy, William, deceased 9-15
Gwynn, H., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Gwynn, Miss Sophronia [Sophrany], dead 9-2, August 29, 1855, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Gwynn, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Gwynn, Mrs. Frances, dead 9-2, August 30, 1855, NCRD #426
Gwynn, Mrs. Susan, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Gwynn, Mrs. William, Portsmouth, dead 9-1, 9-2

Hagwood, Mary, age 7, Wide Water St., Norfolk, dead 8-27
Hall, C., Norfolk Board of Health, left town 8-29
Hall, Mrs. John [Jonathan] A., daughter of E. Guy, Captain of the Watch, aged 34, dead 8-27, 8-28
Hall, John H., age 10, Water Street, dead 8-28, 8-29
Hall, Richard, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Hall, Mrs. Richard, Norfolk, dead 9-15
Hall, William, Fenchurch & Mariner Sts., Norfolk, grocer, dead 9-17, 9-18
Hallet [Hallette], Mr. & Mrs., of firm Dixon & Hallett, recovering 8-24, Mr. Hallet ill 9-4 (2), Mr. Hallet dead
     9-5, 9-6, see NRD #257
Halsey, Captain Job, Brewer St., ill 8-23, dead 8-24, NRD #243
Halsey, Job, age 50, Charlotte St., Norfolk, dead 8-27
Halson, Dr., mother and sister, ill 8-30
Halstead, Mr. Richard T., "Verdad" of Norfolk Argus 8-29, died 9-15, former editor of the Courier 9-15 (2)
Hamilton, Mrs., Cumberland Street, Norfolk, gave birth to baby 3 hours before death 8-29
Hammer, James, dead 9-13
Hammer, Mrs., Norfolk, child dead 9-19
Hanberry, Mr., age 30, Charlotte Street, Norfolk, dead 8-28
Hanby, N. D., dead 9-2
Hancock, J., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hand, Mary, age 37, rear National Hotel, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Hand, Mr., Macon House, Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14 x2)
Handy, Rev. [Isaac W. K.] of Middle Street Presbyterian Church, Portsmouth, ill 8-11
Handy, William, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hanes, Mrs. Priscilla, Portsmouth, died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Hannan, Mr., age 46, East Water St., Norfolk, dead 8-17
Hanner, Mary, dead 8-27
Hanrahan, James, dead 8-31, August 31, 1855 (2), check NCRD #457
Happer, C., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Harding, Capt. of steamer Coffee, daughter ill 9-10, 9-17
Harding, Miss Henrietta, daughter of Captain Harding, recovering 9-19
Harding, William, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Hardley, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hardy, Charles (son of Thos. A. Hardy, Norfolk, ill 9-24, 9-25
Hardy, Edward, 10-4
Hardy, Henry, Portsmouth, died 9-11
Hardy, Esq., Thomas, of Ferry Point, Norfolk, ill 9-8
Hardy, Thomas A., Norfolk farmer, of Hardy & Bros., ill 9-15 [probably same as above], 9-17, recovering 9-18      (2), 9-19
Hare, Thomas, Norfolk, dead 9-14
Harmanson, Mrs., Norfolk, died in Baltimore of yellow fever 9-7
Harper, Alonzo, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12), check NCRD #57
Harper, Col. John, of Portsmouth, dead 8-16
Harper, Lyden, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Harrald, Samuel, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Harriett, Mr., Hardy, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Harris, James, dead 9-13
Harris, Master, Water Street, dead 8-28
Harris, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-19 (2)
Harrison, Capt., replaced Capt. Bynan of Ben Franklin 7-27
Harrison, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Harrison, Mrs. William T., Norfolk, dead 9-18
Harrison, James, of firm Harrison & Capps, dead 8-31, check NCRD #261
Harrison, Mrs., Norfolk, sister of Capt. Fatherly, dead 9-14
Harryham, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hart (Hartt), Mr. S. T., Portsmouth Sanitary Committee 9-11, 9-22, 10-12
Harvey, Charles, Portsmouth, dead 9-26 (3), NCRD #11
Harvey, Eugene, Norfolk, dead 9-14
Harvey, Mr., Norfolk, dead 9-15 [may be same as above]
Harvey, Mr., Norfolk, dead 9-25, died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Harvey, Mrs. H., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Harwood, C. F., Norfolk, ill 9-18
Harwood, J. W., Norfolk, dead 9-6
Harwood, Henry, Norfolk, recovering 8-21
Harwood, J. W., Norfolk confectioner (formerly of Richmond) dead 9-5
Harwood, Mrs., dead 9-2, August 29, 1855
Harwood, Mrs. Henry, Norfolk, died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Harwood, Samuel, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hathaway, Mr., Norfolk silversmith, he and 4 family members ill 9-19 [may be James Hathaway], check NRD      #268 for daughter
Hathaway, Mrs. David, Bute Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Hathaway, James, jeweler, ill 9-1
Hatton, Esq., Jno. G. H., Teller of Farmer's Bank, Norfolk, ill 8-31, 9-1, dead 9-2, 9-6, 9-17, see NRD #254
Hatton, Esq., Mrs. Jno G. H., Fenchurch, Norfolk, victim 8-23, dead 8-24, see NRD #239, daughter ill 8-30,
     8-31, 9-1
Hatton, John G., Norfolk, 9-2, dead 9-4
Hatzell, William, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Hawkins, Miss, ill 8-28, two sisters 9-2
Hawkins, John, Norfolk, son of Wm. Hawkins, died September 27, 1855 (9-29)
Hawkins, Mr., Burial Superintendent 9-24
Hawkins, Mrs., wife of keeper of Alms House, Norfolk, ill 9-25 (2), children ill 9-25 [husband William Hawkins]
Hawkins, William, Norfolk, 9-29, ill 10-6, 10-9, (Mr. Hawkins) 10-10
Haydon, Joseph, Portsmouth, died September 22, 1855 (9-26)
Haynes, Virginius, Portsmouth, ill 9-2 (2) (son of Mrs. John B. Davis)
Haywood, Mary, Water Street, dead 8-28
Heath, Miss Sarah, Norfolk, refugee in Hampton, sister-in-law of the late Archibald Briggs and aunt of the late
     Dr. Junius Briggs, ill 9-25, ill but not fever 9-26, 10-1 (2), 10-15
Heatley, Mrs., dead 8-30
Heatly [Heatley], Mr., Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21
Hecker, Dr., German, wrote article Epidemics - 7-27
Heintish, Dr. C., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Henderson, Miss Annie, daughter of Lieut. Henderson of the Navy, Norfolk, dead 9-26, see NRD #277
Henderson, Capt. of steamer Star, ill 8-17, sister ill 8-24
Henderson, Capt. James E., age 28, Cumberland St., Norfolk, dead 8-18, see NRD #237
Henderson, George, Norfolk, died September 16, 1855 (9-18), 9-19 (2), check NRD #273
Henderson, Lieut., Norfolk, daughter ill 9-25
Hendren, J. Hardy, Norfolk, Deputy Sergeant, ill 8-25, 9-6, daughter ill 9-6, recovering 9-11
Hendren, Jeremiah, Norfolk, daughter dead 8-30, Jeremiah ill 9-6 (2) (father of above)
Hendren, Miss, Church Street, Norfolk, dead 8-30[same as above], NRD# 249
Hendren, Mr., recovering 9-6
Henrehan, Mary, Norfolk, died 9-14
Hentley, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hentz, Mr., Ferry Point, dead 8-29
Herald, Caroline, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Herald, Mary [may be Mrs. John Herald], Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Herald, Mrs. John, Portsmouth, dead 8-9 [may be Caroline Herald]
Herald, Samuel, Portsmouth, dead 9-17
Herbert, ___ (Oldest son of Mrs. Francis Herbert), left Norfolk but dead at Princess Anne 8-10
Herbert, Caleb family, Portsmouth, ill 9-29
Herbert, Miss Betsey, ill 8-29, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Herbert, Miss E. C., dead 8-30
Herbert, Mrs. Francis (Herbert is merchant), dying 8-10
Herbert, Thomas, Portsmouth, ill 8-15, recently of Petersburg and employed by Uriah Wells, dead 8-16
Hern, Miss A., dead 9-1
Herrald, Samuel, Portsmouth, died September 15, 1855 (9-18)
Herrington, C. C., Norfolk, recovering 9-25
Herron (Heron), Miss Ann, Norfolk, ill 9-28, daughter of late Walter Herron, died September 27, 1855 (9-29),
      10-1
Hess, Wm., age 55, W. Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-21, possibly NRD # 286
Hickle, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-7
Hicks, Capt., acting jail warden, Norfolk, 9-6, family ill 9-6, Capt. Hicks ill 9-24, dead 9-25 (2), died September      22, 1855 (9-25), 10-4, NRD #276
Hicks, Miss, daughter of Capt. John Hicks, Norfolk, ill 9-17, dead 9-18, died September 16, 1855 (9-18), 9-19
     (3), check NRD #272
Higgins, Dr., Francis, Norfolk 8-24 (3), ill 8-25 (2), 8-27 (2), 8-28 (2), 8-29, 8-30
Higgins, George, age 28, Main Street, Norfolk, dead 8-27, 8-28
Higgins, Ignatius, Norfolk, Teller of the Virginia (Exchange) Bank, ill 8-31, 9-1, dead 9-2 (2), 9-4 (2), 9-6, 9-11
Higgs, Nancy, Portsmouth, sister-in-law to Geo. Marshall, dec'd, dead 8-9
Highter, Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Hill, Mr., Clerk of the steamer Augusta 8-24, 8-27, 8-31, 9-24
Hill, Clement, child dead 8-31
Hill, Lucretia Jane, child, Norfolk, dead 9-24, died September 22, 1855 (9-25) , 9-26
Hill, Mrs., Norfolk, recovering 9-19
Hill, Nathaniel, New Castle Street, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Hill, William W., Newcastle Street, dead 9-2
Hinchman, William, driver of provision wagon
Hitchings, Mrs., M., dead 9-13 [Editorial note: Martha Hitchings (1822-1888) had the yellow fever but      recovered. She lived on Main Street, Norfolk.]
Hiten, Peter, Portsmouth, died September 21, 1855 (9-24)
Hobday, John T., Portsmouth, child dead 9-29
Hochins, Mrs. Whiten, dead 8-30
Hodges, Dr., of Portsmouth, 8-24
Hodges, Dr. Wm., of Norfolk, dead 8-9, 8-23
Hodges, J. K., Bermuda Street, Norfolk, keeper of provision stores Howard Association 8-27 , son age 19      recovered 9-6
Hodges, Gen. John, 9-14, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hodges, John L. D., Portsmouth, child dead 9-22
Hodges, Josiah E., Portsmouth, child died September 7, 1855 (9-11), Josiah dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital      September 1855 (10-12)
Hodges, Misses Sarah Ann and Emily, Bermuda Street, Norfolk, ill 9-6 (daughters of above probably)
Hodges, Mrs. J. H., Portsmouth, dead 9-15 , Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hodges, W., Portsmouth, child dead 9-22
Hodges, W. H., Norfolk, son died September 23, 1855 (9-25)
Hoffman family ill 8-28
Hoffman, Ferdinand, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21, check NCRD # 136
Hoffman, Mary, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21, check NCRD #137
Holden, Miss Martha, schoolmistress, Bute Street, Norfolk, ill 9-1, dead 9-2
Holden, Mrs., age 72, Bute Street, Norfolk, dead 9-7, check NRD #259
Holden, William, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Holland, Harrison, Portsmouth, died October 1, 1855 (10-3)
Holland, Mr., Portsmouth, died September 7, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Holland, Peter, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Holliday [Holladay], Esq., J. Gustavus [J. G.], Portsmouth, 8-28, ill, 8-28, 9-2, acting Mayor Portsmouth 9-11
      (2), 9-17, ill 9-17 (2), not ill with fever 9-17, 9-22, ill 9-24, 9-25, 9-26 (3), 9-29 (3), 10-2 (2), 10-3, 10-4,
      1-17-1856
Hollihan, Richard, age 35, Water Street, dead 8-29, 8-30
Holmes, J. (John), Norfolk, recovering 9-18, 9-25
Holmes, Mr., Dulce Street, Norfolk 9-22
Holt, Richard H., Norfolk, merchant, died (not yellow fever) October 4, 1855 (10-8), 10-9
Hope, Esq., James Barron, Hampton 9-4
Hope, Miss (daughter of George Hope), ill 8-17, NCRD #131
Hope, George, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, check NCRD #130
Hope, Mrs. George, Portsmouth, dead 8-29
Hope, George, Portsmouth, dead 9-5, ill 9-5, died September 1, 1855 (9-11)
Hopkins, a boy named, Norfolk, ill 10-13
Hopkins, Henry, Portsmouth, policeman 9-11
Hopkins, J. W., child dead 9-21, J. W. on Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Horner, E., Norfolk, dead 9-17
Hosier, Mr., Church Street, Norfolk, dead 9-2
Hosier, Mr., Norfolk, and 2 children ill 10-2
Hosier, N., Norfolk, dead 9-17, 10-3
Hosier, Robert, son died October 11, 1855 (10-13), see Alex Hosier NRD # 282
House, James, over Toy & King's, dead 8-30, NRD #248
Howard, M., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Howard, Maria (infant), died September 12, 1855 (9-17)
Howard, Mary Ann, Norfolk, ill 9-24
Howard, Mrs. C., Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Howard, Mrs. Henry, Norfolk, dead 9-8 [may be wife of Mrs. H. Howard], see NRD #260
Howard, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, under management of John T. Ford, gave benefit 8-18, 8-23
Howard, Mr. H., recovering 8-24
Howell, J. P., Portsmouth, dead 9-8
Howell, Mrs., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Howlet, George, Norfolk, dead 9-22
Howlett, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-7
Hoyt, William, age 19, Concord Street, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Huddlestone, Caroline, Brewer St., dead 8-25, 8-27, [check NRD #341]
Hudgen, William, age 52, Main St., Norfolk, No. 88, dead 8-18
Hudgins, George, dead 8-27
Hudgins, Mr. M., Norfolk, dead 9-24
Hudson, J., Norfolk, ill 9-12
Hudson, John and Margaret, ill 9-14, John engineer of Phoenix, died September 13, 1855 (9-17)
Hudson, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hudson, W., his wife and child dead 8-30
Huffman, Mr. Samuel, volunteer 8-28
Hughes, John, Portsmouth, died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Hughes, Mrs. Thomas, age 36, Church St., Norfolk, dead 8-21
Hulet, Mr. & Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-22
Hume, Rev. Thomas, ill 8-24
Humphreys, Henry, Portsmouth policeman, 9-11
Humphreys, Miss, dead 9-13
Hurst, Edward, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Hurst, Miss, Norfolk, dead 9-22, see NRD #275
Hurst, Robert, age 40, Cumberland St., Norfolk, dead 8-24, 8-25, NRD #244
Hutchings, Margaret, Rhea's Lane, Norfolk, dead 9-13 [check Martha Hitchings]
Hutchins, Esq., Marshall, Portsmouth policeman, 9-11 (2)
Hutchins, Sophia C., age 4, died at Norfolk City Hospital, from Washington City 9-6
Hutchinson, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Hutley, Michael, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Huves, James, died September 22, 1855 (9-25)

Inge, Mrs., Voss Street, dead 8-31 (2)
Inge, William, Norfolk, dead 9-22
Inges, William [probably same as above], Norfolk, dead 9-24, 2 children ill 9-24
Insell, Mrs. Tunis' Saw Mill, dead 8-31
Insel [Insell, Insill], William, age 46, bookkeeper/clerk at the National Hotel, Norfolk, dead 8-24, 8-25 (2),
      young lady at Insell's dead 8-30

Jack, Mr. & Mrs. J, Portsmouth, ill 8-29, dead 8-31, daughter ill 9-5
Jackson, ____, Norfolk, dead 9-14 [may be same as below]
Jackson, M., dead 9-13, Jacobs, Mr., Brewer St., house carpenter, ill 8-27
Jackson, Dr. Samuel K., brother to Rev. Wm. Jackson relocating to Norfolk 10-23
Jacobs, George, age 30, Brewer Street, dead 8-28, NRD #293
Jacobs, J. M., principal superintendent of Woodis Hospital 9-15
Jacobs, Mrs., Norfolk, refugee returned too early now ill 10-25, child ill 10-25
Jakeman, Arthur, Norfolk, ill 9-25
Jakeman, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Jakeman, Mrs. Job, age 36, Dod's Lane, Norfolk, dead 8-21, see NRD #290
Jakeman, Thomas, child dead 8-31, see NRD #295
James, Edmund A., age 25, Hartshorn's Court, formerly of Petersburg, dead 8-24, 8-25, 8-27, NRD# 317
James, Edward, Norfolk, dead 9-22, 9-25, see NRD #312
James, Jeffrey (son of Stephen James), dead 8-16
James, Stephen, Portsmouth, buried August 18, 1855, two daughters ill 8-21
James, Mr., Norfolk, dead 9-22
James, Mrs. John, dead 8-20, see NRD # 288
James, Thomas, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Jarney, Master W., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Jarvis, Elijah, ill 8-29
Jarvis, Eliza, dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Jarvis, James, child dead 9-22
Jarvis, John, child died October 4, 1855 (10-6), 10-10
Jarvis, Miss Rosannah, Portsmouth, ill 9-15, 9-19
Jeffrey, A., deputy collector at Custom House 8-28
Jenkins of firm Jenkins & Wren 9-17
Jennings, Mrs. Jane, Norfolk, dead 9-26, NRD #314
Jennings, Thomas T., of firm G. W. Farrant & Co., Norfolk, dead 8-23, 8-24, NRD #291
Joderville, Miss, Portsmouth, dead 9-14
Johnson, D., Norfolk, died October 2, 1855 (10-4), 10-5
Johnson, Frank, child dead 9-2, check NRD # 297
Johnson, Georgiana, prisoner overnight Norfolk jail 10-4
Johnson, James R., [ J. R.] watchmaker, Main Street, Norfolk, ill 9-15, dead 9-15, 9-17 (2), NRD # 309
Johnson, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Johnson, Mrs., dead August 28, 1855, 9-2, see NRD #318
Johnson, Mrs. F. A., Norfolk, dead 9-26 (may be same as below)
Johnson, Mrs. Frederick D., Norfolk, dead 9-26 (2)
Johnson, Mrs. Mary E., & daughter, Norfolk, died of fever in Petersburg 9-12
Johnson, Thomas L., Portsmouth, dead 9-22
Johnson, Mrs. William, Norfolk, dead 9-5
Johnson, Susan, Portsmouth, died September 14, 1855 (9-17), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Johnson, Thomas L., grandson died September 1, 1855 (9-11)
Johnson, Jr., William, Norfolk, ill 9-15
Johnston, Mrs. Elizabeth, Portsmouth, died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Jones, ____, Norfolk, of Stewart & Jones, sick in Philadelphia, 9-14
Jones, D., Norfolk, child dead 9-17
Jones, Fannie C. (daughter of Rev. Jones), Norfolk, dead 9-20, NRD #310
Jones, George W., Norfolk, of firm Jones & Bro., dead 9-5, see NRD #319
Jones, Henry, Portsmouth, dead 9-24, 9-25, NCRD #361
Jones, Jno., Norfolk, dead 9-26
Jones, Miss Mary, sister of late Past Midshipman Walter Jones (deceased), daughter of Mrs. Walter Jones [Sr.],
     ill 9-10 (2), 9-11, recovering 9-19
Jones, Mrs., Magazine Lane, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Jones, Mrs. Amelia, Portsmouth, cousin of Mills C. Godwin, dead 8-9
Jones, Mrs. Eliza, ill 8-28
Jones, Mrs. Walter, dead 9-1, 9-2 (2) (mother of Walter below), see NRD #296
Jones, Rev., African Methodist Church, Norfolk 8-21 (see Ministers)
Jones, Rev. Tiberius G., Freemason Street Baptist Church, left 8-24, letter 8-29 (see Ministers)
Jones, Richard, Portsmouth undertaker, dead 9-25, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Jones, S., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Jones, Walter, [Jr.] Midshipman, commanded ship Pennsylvania, ill 8-17, dead 9-2
Jones, William, Norfolk, and 3 children dead 9-7 Jordan, Henry, ill 8-31
Jones, William, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 [check below]
Jones, Esq., William, Portsmouth, dead 9-26, check NCRD #360
Jordan, Mr., & mother, confectioner, Main Street, ill 9-2
Jordan, Mrs. Lane, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Jordan, Mrs. Thomas, Portsmouth, died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Jordan, William H., dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12), NCRD #23
Jordon, Mrs. Jane, Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14)
Judge, William, Norfolk, ill 9-21

Kanut, Mr., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Kates, A., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Kavanaugh, Mary, Queen Street, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Kayton, A. age 60, Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-14, see NRD #231
Kazier, G., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Keally, Mr., Norfolk German, ill 9-20
Kean, John, Norfolk, died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Kearns, Lawrence, Portsmouth, dead 9-15 (2), 9-17, check NCRD #103
Keeling, R., Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Keating, Thomas Fen church Street, Norfolk, dead 9-7
Keeling, D. F., child, dead 8-23
Keeling, Miss, niece (Princess Anne Co.) of J. G. Wilson of the Exchange Bank, dead 9-15
Keeling, R., Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Keeling, Thomas, age 22, Cumberland St., Norfolk, dead 8-21, NRD #323
Keeling, Tim, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Keen, Rev. T. G., Baptist, volunteer from Petersburg, formerly of Mobile, temporarily took charge at
     Freemason Street Baptist Church, Norfolk 8-23, 8-24 (2)
Keeton, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11)
Keily, Harrison, ferry master Portsmouth, ill 9-11
Kelley, Martin, Norfolk, dead 9-25
Kelley, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-15, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Kelly, John, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Kelly, Michael, Norfolk, dead 9-25
Kelly, Mrs., Portsmouth, died 9-5, died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth
     deaths 9-21, check NCRD #297
Kelly, Peter, Portsmouth, dead 9-22 (2)
Kemp, Susan, age 16, dead 8-10, 8-14, 8-16
Kemp, William (young), dead 8-10
Kennedy, John, dead 8-31, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Kennedy, Miss Margaret, (daughter of late Commodore Kennedy), Cumberland St., Norfolk, ill 8-24, dead
     10-4, 10-6, NRD #330
Kevil, Mrs., age 30, Norfolk, dead 8-17
Kevil, Mrs., age 60, Water St., west of Commerce, Norfolk, dead 8-17
Keys, John, Norfolk, died September 10, 1855 (9-12), see NRD #332
Keys, Mr., Norfolk stone mason, dead 9-15
Keys, Mrs., child dead 9-26
Kilgrove, James E., age 12, Norfolk, died at City Hospital 9-6 (2)
Kilton, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
King, J., Norfolk, ill 9-15
King, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
King, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-15
King, Mrs., Henderson's Lane, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Kirkole, Mr., Swiss jeweler, Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-28
Kirkpatrick, J. A., Norfolk, stone mason, ill 9-6, 9-19
Kirkpatrick, J. A., receiver of provision orders Howard Association 8-27
Knice, Eliz., Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Knight, William, Town Bridge, Norfolk, ill 9-5
Kulman, J., Norfolk, dead 9-6
K_elman [possibly above], corner Church & Charlotte Sts., Norfolk dead 9-6

Land, Enoch, Norfolk, dead, 9-4, see NRD #337
Land, F., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Land, John, Portsmouth, died September 4, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Land, Miss, Portsmouth, dead 9-5
Land, Miss, Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14)
Land, Miss Fanny [may be same as the first Miss Land], Portsmouth, died September 1, 1855 (9-11)
Lane, Levi, [L. Lane] Portsmouth, dead 9-20 (2)
Lanfort, John, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Langhorne, John P. (son of M. B. Langhorne, deceased), Portsmouth, died September 12, 1855 (9-14), check      NCRD #53
Langhorne, M. B. (deceased), Portsmouth, daughter dead 9-5, daughter died September 2, 1855 (9-11), NCRD      #54, son died September 12, 1855 (9-14)
Lappin, Jonathan, ill 8-28
Lapslouse, Mr., Norfolk upholsterer, died September 11, 1855 (9-15)
Larden, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 30, 1855 (10-2)
Lash, Mrs. John, Portsmouth, dead 9-4, died September 3, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21, NCRD #49
Lattimer, Miss (daughter of Edward Lattimer, deceased, late pilot), dead 8-16, NCRD #144
Lattimore, Miss., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Laurent, Mr., Portsmouth, dead 9-5
Lavering, J., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Lawrence, Frederick, Portsmouth, dead 9-14
Lawrence, Jno., Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14)
Lawrence, Miss, Norfolk, dead 9-25
Layman, H., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Layman, Mr., Norfolk, died September 23, 1855 (9-25)
Layman, William, ill 9-14
LeBreton, P. G., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Lecren, Thomas, Portsmouth, died September 12, 1855 (9-14)
Lee, Miss Jane, Norfolk, ill 10-16, 10-17, 10-19
Lee, George, Queen St., dead 8-24
Lee, Mrs., and mother, Norfolk, ill 9-25
Lees, John, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Leng, William F., Norfolk, child dead 9-26
Leonard, A. F., editor of Argus, ill 8-25, 9-1, recovered 9-11, 10-4
Le Page, Miss Adele, age 30, Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-23 [see Miss Adele Page], sister dead 9-2
Le Page, Henry E., Chief Clerk for Josiah Wills, ill 8-25
LePage grandson, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Lepage, Lewis, dying 8-27
Lester, Miss, age 17, Church Street, Norfolk, dead 8-30, 8-31
Lester, Mr., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Levant, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Lewellen [Lewelling], William H., Norfolk, inspector of provisions, recovering, 4 of family ill 9-19, four of
     family ill 9-20
Lewellyn, Mr. & Mrs. J. H., of steamer Curtis Peck 8-23, 8-25, 8-28, 8-30
Lewis, Mrs. Frances, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21 9 [probably Mrs. Francis Lewis]
Lewis, Francis, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Lewis, Henry (boy), Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Lewis, Miss, stolen from 9-8
Lewis, Miss Amelia, age 15, dead 8-11
Lewis, Mr., and six children, Norfolk, dead 9-5
Lewis, Sylvester C., age 17, Main Street, Norfolk, dead 8-29
Lewis, Thomas, Main St., clothing merchant, son [Thomas] dead 8-28, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list
      9-21, daughter [Martha] ill, 8-29, dead 8-30, 8-31, 9-1, 9-2 (whole family dead- father, mother, two
     daughters and one son)
Lichtestien, J., Norfolk, dead 9-4
Lightfoot, Samuel L., Norfolk, son of late Dr. Lightfoot, age 16, post office clerk, dead 9-25, died September 22,      1855 (9-25), see NRD #347
Lilliston, R., Portsmouth, child died September 29, 1855 (10-2)
Lindsay, Henry, Portsmouth, ill 9-5
Lindsey, Mrs., Norfolk, child dead 9-18
Lingo, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 17, 1855 (9-19), check NCRD #68
Lingo, William, Portsmouth, died September 21, 1855 (9-24), see NCRD #72
Linscott, Miss, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12), see NCRD #111
Lister, Mrs, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Little, May, Norfolk, died September 10, 1855 (9-12)
Livesay, Martha, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Livesay, Miss, Portsmouth, dead 9-4
Lockens, Mrs. Sarah, and child, Portsmouth, died October 4, 1855 (10-6)
Lockwood, Mr., Norfolk, Marsh's factory, ill 9-4, daughter dead 9-8 see NRD #339
Lockwood, Mr., Norfolk, 2 children dead 9-20
Lockwood, W. H., Norfolk, child dead 9-26, check NRD #s 344 and 347
Lohman, W. H., age 32, Church Street, dead 8-28
Long, Mr., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Long, Mrs. W. F. (Mary), North James Street, Norfolk, W. F. of Norfolk News, died September 9, 1855 (9-11)
Lorant, Mr. [may be same as Laurant], died September 1, 1855 (9-11)
Loring, William, Norfolk, dead 10-6
Lotterdale [may be Totterdale], James, Portsmouth, child died September 10, 1855 (9-14)
Lovett, Anthony, Norfolk, dead 9-7
Lovett, Jno. [John S.], Norfolk, sister ill, 9-4, 9-6, John S. Lovett dead 9-14, formerly city attorney, NRD #338,      and his sister Mrs. Watt dead 9-15 (2)
Lovett, Miss, sister of Jno. Lovett, Norfolk, recovering 9-24, 9-25
Lovett, Mrs., Church Street., Norfolk, ill 9-21
Lovette, William, Norfolk, died September 19, 1855 (9-21)
Lowry, Thomas, Norfolk, died 9-26, NRD #349
Loyall, Miss Lizzie, daughter of Navy Agent, recovering 8-28
Loyall, George, Norfolk, died September 11, 1855 (9-15)
Loyall, George, former representative in Congress from Norfolk district, navy agent, ill 9-24, 9-25, 9-26 (2)
Loyall, Mrs. George, Norfolk, dead 9-14, wife of the navy agent 9-15, see NRD #343
Lozier, Francis, died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Ludlow, J. R., of Dispensary and firm of Ludlow & Tunstall 9-2
Luke, Paul, Portsmouth, daughter died September 12, 1855 (9-14), child died 9-15
Luke, Mrs. Paul, Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14)
Lundrum, Mrs., Cain's housekeeper, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Luten, Mr., Water Street, Norfolk, dead 9-7
Luten, Mr., Norfolk, child dead 9-21
Lyla, Patrick, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Lyman, H., Norfolk, ill 9-12
Lynch, Allen, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Lynch, M., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Lynch, Mrs. Michael, Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11)
Lyons, Mrs., Irish, from Randolph Street, Portsmouth 7-30
Lyons, Esq., Jas. & family, refugees from Norfolk 8-7

Macklin, Mrs., & her sister, Portsmouth, dead 9-5, Mrs. Macklin died September 2, 1855 (9-11), sister Miss      Findley died September 2, 1855 (9-11)
Mackinder, Misses, Norfolk, dead 9-20 (2)
Maclin, Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 9-8, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Maddox, Martha, Ferry Point, dead 8-27
Magistrate, Mary, Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Maher, Mr., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Maher, Patrick, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Mahone, Mrs., ill 9-14
Mahone, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-4, check NRD #365
Mahoney, J., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Mahoney, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-12, 9-15
Majority, Patrick, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Mallory, Col. Charles K., temporarily located in Hampton, 9-4, 9-5
Mallory, Ed. J., (father of Laura and Martha) Norfolk, died September 10, 1855 (9-12)
Mallory, Miss Laura, Norfolk, dead 9-1, sister [Patty] also dead 9-2, 9-4, see NRD #363 and 364
Mallory, Miss, sister to Mallory Todd, dead 9-1
Mallory, Mrs., Norfolk, mother of Laura and Patty Mallory, dead 9-7, see NRD #369
Malony, Miss Mary, Portsmouth, dead 9-8
Manan, Sarah, Portsmouth, dead 9-22
Manning, [J. Manning] Joseph, Portsmouth, dead 9-20, died September 18, 1855 (9-20), child dead 9-22
Manning, M. C., Portsmouth, ill 9-5
Manning, Miss Margaret, ill 8-29, dead 8-30, 8-31, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, NCRD      #60, NCRD #251
Manning, Miss Sarah C., Portsmouth, ill 9-2 (father, mother and aunt died 9-2), dead 9-12
Manning, Mrs. N., dead 9-2, August 29, 1855
Manning, Mrs. Nathaniel, Portsmouth, dead 9-1 [probably same as above]
Manning, Nathaniel, [N. Manning], Portsmouth, dead 8-16, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
March, Edward, Camp Falls, son dead 9-25
Marden, Esq., Joseph, Clerk of the Exchange Bank , Norfolk, ill 9-8
Marshall, G., Portsmouth, gunner in the USN, dead 8-6, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21,      NCRD #231
Martin, James, Norfolk, died September 18, 1855 (9-18)
Martin, John, age 13, Bank St., dead 8-27
Martin, Mr., Portsmouth, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Martin, Mrs., Portsmouth, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Martin, Mrs., Norfolk, baby dead 9-19
Martin, Thomas, Bank St., wife and child dead 8-27 (3), eldest son dead 9-19
Martin, Thomas M., Conductor Howard Association 8-24
Martin, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-8
Massle, M., age 42, E. Water St., Norfolk, dead 8-21
Matchiever, Miss, Norfolk, dead 9-21
Mathews, N., Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Mathews, Fisher, Portsmouth, ill 10-4
Mathias, Mrs. (Capt.), Norfolk, dead 9-15, 9-17
Mathias, Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 8-29
Matrop, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Matthews, Capt., Norfolk, child dead 9-19
Matthews, James W. 8-25
Matthews, Mr., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Matthews [Mathews], Mrs., son dead 9-25, died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Mattacks [Mattucks], Mark, age 25, Ferry Point, dead 8-27 (2), 8-28
Mattross, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Maupin, Dr., of Portsmouth 8-23 (2), ill 8-24, recovering 8-28, dying 8-28 (2), 8-30, 8-31, 9-13
Mayer, James H., medical student with Dr. E. O. Balfour, dead 9-13
Mayer, Nelson, dead 9-14
Mayer, Nelson, dead 9-13
Mayhew, Bridget, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Mayo, Ro. A., of steamer Curtis Peck 8-20
Mays, James, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
McCance, Mr., Richmond City Council 8-2, 8-10
McCabe, Rev. John C. 8-25
McClelland, Rev., Methodist Protestant Church, Norfolk 8-18, 8-21
McConnelly, Mr., Portsmouth, died September 29, 1855 (10-2)
McCoy, Benjamin [B.], Norfolk, dead 9-14, 9-15
McCrea, John, Portsmouth, died September 30, 1855 (10-2)
McDonald, Mr., child dead 9-25
McDonald, Robert B., compositor/printer for the Portsmouth Transcript 8-25, ill 9-5, died September 7th or      8th, 1855 (9-11), 9-14, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
McDonough, Patrick, Portsmouth, died October 1, 1855 (10-3)
McEwen, Mr., foreman of Herald , well 9-11
McEwen, (young, age 15), apprentice with Argus, died 9-17
McFaddan, A. J., accountant, early victim 8-31
McFadden, M. A., Portsmouth, clerk of the Foundry, ill 7-30
McGuire, John, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
McGuire, P., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
McHegan, William, Bute Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13
McHenry, Miss, of Monroe, La., at the Rev. Aristides S. Smith's, Norfolk, ill 9-19, dead 9-19
McInder, Miss, Norfolk, dead 9-25
McLane, Edward, ill 8-28
McLane, Mr., age 41, from Baltimore, Commerce St., Norfolk 8-27 (2), dead 8-28
McLellan, Hugh, prisoner at Norfolk jail for mutiny 10-4
McKeen, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-25
McKeever, Commodore Navy Yard 8-16, 9-11
McManns, Miss, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
McNally, Mrs., dead 9-8
McPhadden, Mr. (see McFaddan), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
McQuinn, John, Portsmouth, died September 4, 1855 (9-11)
Mears, Mrs., dead 9-19, NRD #380
Measley, Mrs. John, Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Mehegan, E., Norfolk, dead 9-15, check NRD #375
Mehegan, J., Church St., son is recovering 8-24, J. Mehegan dead 8-27
Mehegan, John, age 16, Church Street, Norfolk, dead 8-27
Mehegan, Thomas E. (or P.), age 21, son of A. Jordan & Thomas Mehegan, N. Church St.,  Norfolk, dead 8-21,      check NRD #360
Mehegan, William, Norfolk, dead 9-15
Melson, Mr. & Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 9-29
Mercer, Singleton, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Mesley, John, Portsmouth, dead 9-5, died August 31, 1855 (9-11)
Meyers, ____, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Meyers, Charles, dead 8-30
Michaud, P., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Mickie [Michie] , Joseph, engineer for Seaboard & Roanoke RR, ill 9-12, recovering 9-13
Middleton, William, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Millar, Mr., dead 8-31, two children ill 9-6
Millar, W. T., Norfolk, recovering 9-15
Miller, Ashton, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Miller, George, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21 , daughter is recovering 8-24
Miller, Jacob, Portsmouth, died September 7, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
     9-21, NCRD #574
Miller, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 13, 1855 (9-15), young Buchannan his brother died September 13,      1855 (9-15)
Millerson, Mr., Portsmouth, child died September 15, 1855 (9-18)
Milligan, M., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Mills, Dr. Chas S. & family, refugees from Norfolk 8-7
Millson's child, Portsmouth, dead 9-17
Millson, Gen. & Family, left Norfolk 8-14
Millteau, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Mince, Miss Sarah, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Minnis, Mrs., recovering 8-24
Mintas, Mrs., dead 9-2, August 30, 1855
Minter, William F., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Mitcham, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Mitchell, Mrs., Bute St., Norfolk, ill 8-24
Monning, Ed., Portsmouth, dead 9-25
Moore, Franklin, Norfolk Custom House, ill 10-4
Moore, Harriet, Portsmouth, died September 17, 1855 (9-19)
Moore, Henry M. and two children ill, Norfolk, 8-31, Mrs. Moore ill 9-19, Mrs. Moore dead 9-29
Moore, Horatio, age 54, Fen Church St., Norfolk, ill 8-14, dead 8-23, 8-24 (2), NRD #359
Moore, John, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Moore, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Moore, Miss Evelina, Norfolk, ill 9-19 [may be daughter of Henry Moore]
Moore, Miss Martha, daughter of Henry Moore, Esq., recovering 8-24
Moore, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Moore, Mrs. (nurse), son, daughter, daughter-in-law, mother (Mrs. George Hope), Portsmouth, all dead 8-29
Moore, Mrs. Henry Moore, Norfolk, dead 9-29 (2), NRD #387
Moore, Mrs. William, dead 8-30
Moore, Mrs. Peter, and son, Norfolk, ill 9-6, both died September 3, 1855 (9-6)
Moore, Samuel, of Virginia Bank, Norfolk 9-17
Moore, William, Norfolk, son of Horatio Moore, died September 10, 1855 (9-12)
Moriarty [Moriarthy], Miss, Norfolk, dead 9-25, died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Morney, Mrs. Wm. G., Portsmouth, died September 6, 1855 (9-11)
Morressitt (see Morrisett), Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Morris, Mrs. Edward, Portsmouth, died September 17, 1855 (9-19)
Morris, Edward (Ed), Portsmouth, died September 19, 1855 (9-21), check NCRD #456
Morris, Mr., Norfolk, died September 10, 1855 (9-12)
Morris, Mrs. (mother of Wm. H. Morris, merchant), dead 8-10
Morrisett, Joshua, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Morrisett, John, Portsmouth, died September 13, 1855 (91-5), [may be same as Joseph Morrisett]
Morrisett, Joseph, Portsmouth, ill 9-15, dead 9-15
Morrisett, Miss, daughter of Robert Morriset, of Newtown, dead 9-2, August 30, 1855
Morse, Curtis, Norfolk, dead 9-7
Morse, Lydia, age 25, Rothery's Lane, Norfolk, dead 9-4, 9-5
Mosefelt, Frederick, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Mosley, J., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Mountjoy, Thomas, Portsmouth, died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Mullet, Richard (Dick), age 45, Metcalf's Lane, Norfolk, dead 8-23, 8-24
Mulligan child, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Mullin [Mullen], James, Portsmouth, dead 9-5, died September 2, 1855 (9-11)
Munden, R., Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Mur_, E., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Murden, Joseph, Norfolk Exchange Bank, ill 9-15, 9-25
Murden, Moses, and family, Norfolk, ill 9-15
Murden, Mrs., Norfolk, died September 19, 1855 (9-21), 9-22
Murden, Mrs., Addington's Lane, Norfolk, child dead 9-4
Murder [most likely Munden], Robert, Portsmouth 9-20
Murphy, Edward, Norfolk, died September 22, 1855 (9-26)
Murphy, Mary, Norfolk, dead 9-25
Murphy, Miss Cath., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Murphy, Mrs. W. H., Norfolk milliner, died August 20, 1855, see NRD #367
Murphy, Mrs. age 35, Church, near Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-23
Murphy [Murphey], William, Portsmouth, dead Naval Hospital 9-5, 9-6, family ill 9-11, 10-12
Murray, Mary J., Norfolk, dead 9-25 (2)
Myers, Abel, prisoner Norfolk jail for mutiny 10-4
Myers, Charles T., brother to John H., both ill 8-29
Myers, Charles, child dead 9-2, August 29, 1855, check NCRD #170
Myers, James N., dead 9-13
Myers, John H., ill 8-29 [probably same as below]
Myers, John, dead 8-30, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, NCRD #343
Myers, Mrs. Charles [Mrs. C. T. Myers, dead 9-11], Portsmouth, died September 9, 1855 (9-14), Mrs. C. Myers,      Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 and Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21,      NCRD #169
Myers, Jonas, in Norfolk jail a short time 10-4
Myers, Nelson, Norfolk, dead 9-15

Nash, John, Portsmouth, ship carpenter, died 9-11, 9-14, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21,      check NCRD #473
Nash, John, Portsmouth, died October 2, 1855 (10-4)
Nash, R., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Nash, Richard, Portsmouth, dead 9-22 (2), NCRD #472
Naylor, Mr., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Nee, Michael, Portsmouth, dead 9-5, child died August 15, 1855 (9-11)
Needham, William, Norfolk, dead 9-26
Nelome, Robert, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Nelson, John, Portsmouth, died September 14, 1855 (9-17), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21
Nevill, Miss Mary, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Nevin, Pat, Portsmouth, died September 6, 1855 (9-11)
Newman, Henry H., Norfolk, ill 9-18
Newson, H. H., child of, Freemason Street, Norfolk, dead 9-13, NRD #395
Newsum, H. H., Norfolk, daughter dead 9-7
Newton, Benjamin, Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Newton, Mrs. Foster, Portsmouth, dead 9-5
Nimmo, Miss Susan, Cumberland St., Norfolk, dead 9-13, 9-15, NRD #394
Nimms, Miss Sophia, daughter of Col. J. R. Nimms, Norfolk, dead 9-13
Nimmo, William T., Norfolk, Howard Association, 9-25, ill 9-29, 10-6, recovering 10-6
Nolan, Emma, age 28, dead 8-14
Noland, Michael, Portsmouth victim from opposite side of street from Leigh's Row, 7-30
Noonan, Mr., 15, Commerce Street, dead 8-29, 8-30
Norman, S., Norfolk, ill 9-15
Norman, Thomas, age 20, Commerce St., Norfolk, dead 8-29
Norsworth, F., Portsmouth, died September 21, 1855 (9-24)
North, George, age 26, Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-27, 8-28
Nosay, Mary Jane [J. J. & M. J.], dead 9-2, August 30, 1855, Miss J. J., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21

Oakley, Jesse G., Portsmouth, dead 9-5, died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21, NCRD #410
Oatten, S. W., Washington Street, Norfolk, dead 9-20
O'Brien, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
O'Brien, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
O'Brien, Mr., Norfolk, of firm O'Brien & Quick (undertakers), ill 8-30, died September 2, 1855 (2), relapse 10-2
Odenhal, Mrs., wife or Prof. Odenhal of the Military Academy, Norfolk, ill 9-25 (2), died September 27, 1855
      (9-29)
Odenhal, J., daughter, ill 10-23
O'Donald boy, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
O'Donald, Catharine, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
O'Donald, Peter, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
O'Donnell, Bridget, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
O'Donnell [O'Donald], Patrick, Portsmouth, dead 9-5, died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Portsmouth Naval
     Hospital fatality list 9-21, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
O'Donohue, Mrs., dead 8-10 , 8-16
O'Hara, John, in prison for larceny, Norfolk 10-4
Ohland, Lizzie, Norfolk, died September 27, 1855 (9-29)
O'Keefe, Father, of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 8-21, 8-29, ill 9-2, 9-6 (see Ministers)
O'Neil, Ann, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
O'Niel, Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 8-9 [probably Ann O'Neil]
Oppell, Charles [C.], a German, age 25, Norfolk, ill 9-15, died September 13, 1855 (9-17)
O'Rouke, Anna, dead 8-10
Orphan at the Academy, dead 9-2, August 28, 1855
O'Rourke, Ann, (probably Anna O'Rouke) Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
O'Rourke, Hugh, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21 (same as below)
O'Rourk, Mr., age 50, Allyntown, Norfolk, dead 8-23, 8-24
O'Shaughnesay, Mrs., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
O'Sullivan, Michael, Portsmouth, died September 3, 1855 (9-11)
Ott, Miss Amelia J., Norfolk, died in New York 9-5
Ott, Marshall, receiver of provision orders Howard Association 8-27, recovering 9-6, dead 9-11, NRD #402
Otten, Mrs. James, Portsmouth, died September 21, 1855 (9-24)
Outlen, Mrs. Jno. M., Portsmouth, dead 9-24 [may be same as above]
Overby, David, Portsmouth, died September 26, 1855 (9-26)
Owens, D. T., Norfolk, dead 9-14
Owens, Mrs. Thomas, Norfolk, dead 9-8, NRD #400
Owens, T. F., Norfolk, recovering 9-15
Owens, Thomas, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Owens, Thomas, Norfolk dry goods merchant, ill 8-29
Owens, William T., Portsmouth, died September 1, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21, see NCRD #269
Owings, William T., Portsmouth, dead 9-5

Pace, Lucy V., dead 8-30
Pace, Stephen, Portsmouth, ill 9-11
Page, Capt., Norfolk, ill 9-1, 9-6
Page, Miss Adele, Main St, Norfolk, dead 8-24, sister dead 9-2
Page, Alexina, wife of Lieut. Page, USN, recovering 8-28
Palmer, Benjamin W., clerk in Purser's office, Gosport Navy Yard, Portsmouth, sick 8-18, not dead 8-25, 8-31
Palmer, Mr., watchman Virginia Bank Norfolk 9-17
Pannell, William M., Norfolk, clerk in Farmers Bank, ill 9-4, 9-5, 9-15, 9-17
Parker, Dr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Parker, John, upper Union St., dead 8-24, 8-25
Parker, Miss Hettie, at Rev. Armstrong's, Norfolk, dead 9-26
Parker, Mr., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Parker, Mrs. Rachael, wife of R. Parker, Norfolk, dead 9-25
Parker, R. A., dead 8-10 [may be same as below]
Parker, Dr. R. H., Portsmouth, and son and two daughters ill 8-10, R. H. not dead 8-11, died August 10, 1855
      (8-14), see NCRD #41
Parker, Miss, Portsmouth, (daughter of Smith Parker), dead 9-11
Parker, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11)
Parker, Samuel, Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14x2), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth
     deaths 9-21
Parker, Smith, Portsmouth, child dead 9-29
Parks, Miss S., Norfolk, dead 9-6
Parnell, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 21, 1855 (9-24)
Parodi, Madame, and Strackosch, gave benefit 8-18
Parr, Martha, dead 9-21
Parr, Mr., Norfolk, dead 9-22, see NRD #415
Parrish, Mrs. James A., Portsmouth, ill 9-15, recovering 9-19
Parsons, James, Portsmouth, died October 1, 1855 (10-2), NCRD #369
Parsons, L., Norfolk, child dead 9-19 (3), see NRD #412
Parsons, Merritt, Portsmouth, dead 9-24, 9-25, died September 22, 1855 (9-26)
Parsons, Mr., Portsmouth, died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Parsons, Miss M., Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Parsons, Mrs. L., Norfolk, dead 9-7
Parsons, W., clerk, ill 8-29
Partridge, Miss, Norfolk, dead 9-6
Patrick boy, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Patrick, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 2, 1855 (9-11)
Patsey, Miss, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Pearce, Thomas, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Pebworth, William B., Portsmouth, dead 9-1, 9-2, August 30, 1855, child died September 17, 1855 (9-19), W. Pebworth Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Peddle, Benjamin, Norfolk, not ill, in Baltimore 9-6
Peed, Mr., James Street, Norfolk, three of family ill 9-4
Peed, William, Norfolk brick mason, dead 9-19, see NRD #413
Peete, G. W., chairman of Portsmouth Relief Committee 9-10
Pendleton, George, Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20), NCRD #79
Pendleton, John K., Portsmouth, Captain's clerk on board the US ship Pennsylvania, dead 8-9, NCRD #78
Pendleton, Master J., Portsmouth, not dead 8-8 [most likely same as above]
Penn, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Pennington, Thomas, Portsmouth, died September 21, 1855 (9-24)
Perch, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 12, 1855 (9-14)
Perish, Jesse, Portsmouth, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Perks, Hannah, [Mrs. H. Perks], wife of Luke Perks, dead 9-10, 2 daughters remain of family, 9-10, Baltimore      American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Perks, John D., machinist, son of Luke & Hannah Perks of Richmond, dead 9-8, not dead 9-11
Perks, Luke, Portsmouth, native of Wales, formerly Richmond, dead 9-7, died September 5, 1855 (9-11),      Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Perrier (spelling most often used, also Perreer, Perier and Perrin)
Perrier, Mrs. Francis A., Norfolk, ill 9-17 (2) dead 9-19, 9-20, see NRD #414
Perrier, Francis A., Norfolk, ill 9-18, 9-15,
Peters, Miss Martha, Portsmouth, died September 11, 1855 (9-14 x2), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth      deaths 9-21, 9-26
Peters, W. H., Portsmouth, sister dead 9-15
Peterson, Charles (boy), Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Peterson, Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 9-5, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Petree, Sally, Pepper's Lane, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Pettet, Rosanna, Norfolk, dead 9-4
Phillips, Caroline, age 23, Rhea's Lane, Norfolk, dead 8-18, NRD #406
Pierce, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11)
Piercey, (Young), pumped bilge water from Ben Franklin 8-31
Pike, Mrs., Portsmouth, dead 9-11, died September 8, 1855 (9-14), check NCRD #451
Pilcher, Mr. & daughter-in-law ill 8-28
(Pilot on the Point), dead 8-30
Pitcher, Miss Sarah, recovering in Eastville 8-30
Pitcher, Mr. William B., died August 25, 1855, at Eastville 8-30
Phillips, Caroline, age 23, Rhea's lane, Norfolk, dead 9-18
Phillips, G., Norfolk, dead 9-7
Poindexter, Lieut. C., USN, family ill 10-5
Pointer, Joseph W., Norfolk, refugee to Matthews Co., dead 10-2
Pollard, J. R. [or J. B. or James G. or James B.], land broker, Norfolk, child dead 9-25 (2), child died September      26, 1855 (10-1), Howard Association 10-15, child see NRD #416
Pollard, Mrs. James, Norfolk, ill 9-25 (3) [probably wife of above]
Pollard, Paxton, Norfolk, teacher, ill 8-31 (2), 9-4, dead 9-5, 9-6
Ponce, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 9, 1855 (9-14), check NCRD #224
Poore, Lieut. USN, 9-25
Porch, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth
     deaths 9-21
Porter, John L., Portsmouth, assistant constructor Gosport Navy Yard, ill 8-30
Porter, Miss, Norfolk, sister of Mrs. Armstrong, died September 22, 1855 (9-25)
Porter, Mr. R., Portsmouth clothing store owner, 9-26
Potter, Mrs. Lauretta, dead 8-16
Potts, Mrs. Sarah, Portsmouth, dead 8-29, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Pow, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-25
Powell, John T., Portsmouth, died September 14, 1855 (9-17), J. T. Powell, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Powell, Mrs., Marton at Naval Hospital, ill 9-25
Powers, James, dead 8-30, 8-31, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21, check NCRD #229
Powers, John, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Powers, Robert, dead 9-2, August 29, 1855
Pratt, I. V., of Portsmouth Sanitary Committee, 7-25
Pratt, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Pratt, Thurlus, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Pressar, Thomas, dead 9-2 [may be same as below]
Presson, Thomas, dead 9-2
Preston, Mrs. Robert, Norfolk, ill 9-25
Price, Mr., warehouse clerk, first yellow fever victim 8-31
Pritchett, Mrs. E., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Proby, Mr., Commerce Street, dead 8-30, 8-31
Proctor, William, Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Pullen, John, Portsmouth, dead 9-12, died September 11, 1855 (9-14 x2)
Pullen, Mrs., Portsmouth, died September 5, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Pulling [probably Pullen], Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Pumphrey, Mr., Norfolk carpenter, dead 9-7
Purcell, Mrs., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21

Quarles, Moses, Portsmouth, overseer at Navy Yard, dead, 8-9
Quick, James A., Catharine St., ill, 8-25
Quick, Benjamin of firm O'Brien & Quick, undertakers, ill 9-21, dead 9-24, 9-25, died September 22, 1855
     (9-25), see NRD #420
Quick, Mrs. Benjamin (Mr. Quick of firm O'Brien & Quick), dead 9-19 (3) [referred to as Mrs. Quick same day
     in newspaper], 9-25, see NRD #421
Quinner, Mrs., Norfolk, dead 9-19

Race, Jacob M., of New Jersey at Mrs. Cushing's Boarding House, Portsmouth, dead 7-25, 7-30
Raincock, Mrs., Norfolk, ill 9-28
Rains, Samuel, Norfolk, dead 10-6
Ramsay, Robert, dead 9-13, 9-15
Rand, Charles, dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12), NCRD #216
Rand, Miss Eliza, Portsmouth, died September 9, 1855 (9-14), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths
      9-21, NCRD #217
Rand, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Randolph, George, Portsmouth, ill 9-8, died September 10, 1855 (9-14)
Randolph, J. W., Richmond book store owner who received contributions 8-11, 8-22, 8-23
Randolph, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Randolph, Mrs., child dead 9-2, August 28, 1855
Rankin, Mr., age 50, East Union St., Norfolk, dead 8-17
Rech, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Redman, Miss Catharine, Norfolk, Superintendent of Norfolk Female Orphan Asylum, buried September 30,      1855 (10-3)
Reed, Harriet, Portsmouth, dead 9-19
Reed, John, Portsmouth, dead 9-22
Reed, Miss, Portsmouth, died September 4, 1855 (9-11)
Reed, Miss Susannah (daughter of George Reed), Portsmouth, died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Reed, Mr., Bermuda Street, dead 9-19
Reed, Mr., Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21 [probably same as below]
Reed, William, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Reed, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Reed, Mrs. William, Portsmouth, died September 16, 1855 (9-18)
Reid, [Read], George, bookkeeper Howard Hospital 9-10, ill 9-20, 9-24, father dead 9-25, died September 27,      1855 (9-29), see NRD #449
Reid, Jr., George, Norfolk, ill 9-25 (2), dying 9-29, son of late Wm. Reid [may be same as above]
Reid, Mrs. William, Norfolk, ill 9-22
Reid, William, Norfolk, sons George and John ill 9-4, William ill 9-22
Reid (Reed), Esq., William H., Norfolk, merchant and the American candidate at the late election for Mayor, ill
      8-11, dead 9-24, 9-25 (2), died September 21, 1855 (9-25), see NRD #446
Reston, Mr., and 7 children dead 9-5
Revel, Miss H., Norfolk, dead 9-14
Reynold, Joseph, Portsmouth, refugee returned too early now ill 11-13, dead 11-14
Reynolds, Charles, prisoner Norfolk jail for mutiny 10-4
Reynolds, Mrs. Carl, dead 8-28, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Reynolds, Mrs. C. J., dead 8-30, check NCRD #262
Reynolds, Mrs., Norfolk (husband in Howard Ass.), died September 7, 1855 (9-11)
Reynolds, William D., Howard Association 10-15
Rhea, Columbus, age 23, Rhea's Lane, Norfolk, dead 8-18, NRD #427
Rhea, Mrs., of Rhea'a Lane, Norfolk, age 49, dead 8-15, see NRD #426
Rhea, Robert, ill 8-23
Rice, Ann, dead 9-2
Richard, Master Casey, Norfolk, ill 9-15
Richards, Capt. William, Portsmouth, wife died September 12, 1855 (9-14)
Richardson, John, Norfolk, died October 2, 1855 (10-4)
Richardson, John, Portsmouth, 10-5, died October 4, 1855 (10-6), 10-10
Richardson, Mrs., Portsmouth, son dead 10-13
Richardson, Mrs. William, husband at Navy store, Portsmouth, died September 12, 1855 (9-14), Baltimore      American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Richardson, Samuel, Portsmouth, died September 4, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of Portsmouth
     deaths 9-21,
Richardson, Samuel, Portsmouth, 9-24, child died 9-26, died September 25 or 26, 1855 (9-29)
Richerson, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Ricketts, Joseph, Portsmouth, child died September 16, 1855 (9-18)
Ricks, Felix, age 45, Union Street, dead 8-28, 8-29
Ricks, Isaiah, prisoner overnight in Norfolk jail 10-4
Riddick, B. F., Norfolk, dead 9-18
Riddick, Thomas (young) of Riddick's Hotel in Suffolk, dead of fever 9-11, check NCRD #97
Rhinot, Mr., Market Square, dead 8-31
Rigney, Michael, Portsmouth, dead 9-26, check NCRD #420
Rigsay, M., Portsmouth, dead 9-25
Riley, Miss Mary, Portsmouth, dead 9-26
Ripley, Mrs., dead 8-16
Ripley, Mrs. David, dead 8-10
Rives, William C., dead Portsmouth Naval Hospital September 1855 (10-12)
Roach, Joseph, dead 8-10
Roach, Lewis, dead 8-16
Roades, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Robee, Eugene, son died 9-17
Robbins, Mrs. Margaret, Portsmouth, child died September 2, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of      Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Roberts, F. G., age 35, Main Street, dead 8-28, [may be same as below]
Roberts, Frederick (Theodrick), of firm of W. D. Roberts & Bros., dying 8-27, 8-28, see NRD #428
Roberts, Lemuel, Norfolk, dead 9-14, 9-15
Roberts, Samuel, Norfolk grain measurer, dead 9-15
Roberts, Thomas, Norfolk, dead 9-26
Roberts, Jr., William D., Board of Health 8-31
Roberts, Esq., William D., Norfolk, delegate elect to Legislature, ill 9-6, 9-8, dead 9-8, 9-10, died September 7,      1855 (9-10), 10-1, NRD #435
Robertson, Mr., restaurant proprietor Market Square & Union Sts., Norfolk 8-21
Robertson, Esq., Mrs. Joseph H., age 42, Bousch Street, Norfolk, ill 8-25 (he was lawyer & City register), she
     dead 8-28 (2) died August 25, 1855, NRD #429. Past Midshipman Jones, her nephew, dead 9-4, Mrs. Page
     her sister 9-4, Mrs. Walter Jones another sister 9-4
Robertson, Esq., Joseph H., former Register of Norfolk, dead 9-4
Robertson, Esq., Moses P., of firm E. P. Tabb & Co., Norfolk, moved to Hampton during plague 9-4
Robertson, M. V., Norfolk, member of Howard Association, died September 17, 1855 (9-21)
Robertson, William V., Norfolk, died September 18, 1855 (9-20)
Robinson, Master, son of Wm. V. Robinsin, Norfolk, dead 9-7
Robinson, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Robinson, Mrs. Joseph H., recovering 8-27
Robinson, Miss Rebecca, Portsmouth, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Robinson, Mrs., Norfolk, died of fever at Macon Depot, Warren Co., NC. 9-26
Robinson, (Mrs.) Rebecca, Portsmouth, died September 13, 1855 (9-15 x2), Baltimore American list of      Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Rodman, Robert, Portsmouth, Sailmaker USN, ill 9-22, dead 9-22, NCRD #77 & 307
Rogers, Hugh, Norfolk, dead 9-6, 9-7
Rogers, John, recovered 9-7
Rogers, J. H., ill 8-31
Rogers, Miss Caroline, Norfolk, ill 9-25
Rogers, Mrs., wife of one of firm of Briggs & Rogers, ill 8-28, son John ill 8-28
Roser, Mrs. William, dead 8-31
Rosier [see Rosser, Rosur, Rozier], Jno. [John], Portsmouth, died September 10, 1855 (9-14), child died      September 12, 1855 (9-14), check NCRD #429 & 430 [dates differ]
Rosier, John, Portsmouth, son died September 15, 1855 (9-18) [may be same as above]
Rosier, Mr., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Ross, Mary, Portsmouth Naval Hospital fatality list 9-21
Ross, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Ross, Miss, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21 [2 Miss Ross are listed]
Ross, Miss Lucress, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Ross, Mrs. W., Portsmouth, dead 9-15 (2) [probably same as below]
Ross, Mrs. William, Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Ross, R., child dead 9-22
Ross, Susan, dead 8-30
Rosser [see Rosier & Rosur], John, deceased, of Portsmouth, son dead 9-17, NCRD #429 & 430
Rosson, Joseph, Norfolk, dead 9-6
Rosur [see Rosser, Rosier & Rozier], John, Portsmouth, dead 9-14
Rowe, Capt., of steamer Sea Bird 8-27
Rozier [see Roser & Rosier], Mrs. Martha, dead August 28, 1855, 9-2, NCRD #438
Rudd, Sr., Thomas, Portsmouth, dead 9-5, died September 1, 1855 (9-11), Baltimore American list of
     Portsmouth deaths 9-21, , NCRD #437
Rudder, Henry, age 35, Norfolk cabinet maker, dead 9-7, check NRD #433
Rudder, John K., sailmaker, ill 8-24
Rudder, Mrs., Bute Street, Norfolk, ill 9-4, child died September 27, 1855 (9-29), 10-2
Ruddsen, Thomas, Portsmouth, dead 9-4
Ruffin, Miss Caroline, age 60, Main St., Norfolk, dead 8-23, 8-24
Rundley, Mrs., Baltimore American list of Portsmouth deaths 9-21
Rush, Mr., writes about yellow fever 8-14
Russell, Mrs., of Woodside's Wharf, Norfolk, age 65, and daughter 34, dead 8-15
Ryan, Capt. J., Norfolk, ill 9-25
Ryan, James, Portsmouth, dead 9-8
Rynott, Mr., Market Square, dead 8-31
Ryston, John, Market Sq., Norfolk, dead 9-6.

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