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151 (Medical):3 heart attacks 1st in her early 50's and 2 strokes HORNE Thelma Elizabeth (I881)
 
152 (Medical):3101 Dupont Av
Richmond, Va

Died in the driveway while trying to push the car out of the snow.
He had just been diagnosed with Coronary Artery blockage. 
WEST Thomas Landon (I1103)
 
153 (Medical):44 years old, 5 ft. 11 in. tall, dark hair, with blue eyes and a florid complexion MADDERA Eldridge Anmstrit, Sr. (I3037)
 
154 (Medical):also gram positive bateremia
Died at Johnston Willis Hospital 
WARREN Herbert Bryant, Sr (I1185)
 
155 (Medical):B.O.V.S. CD# 57111 LIPSCOMB James Porter (I534)
 
156 (Medical):Bright's disease is a historical classification of kidney diseases that would be described in modern medicine as acute or chronic nephritis. It was characterized by edema, the presence of albumin in the urine and was frequently accompanied by high blood pressure (hypertension). HORNER Charles Arthur (I439)
 
157 (Medical):Cerbral and General Arteriosclerois

Attended by Dr. H.B. Norton in Horseshoe, NC from 11/2/1959 to 1/5/1964 
PARSONS Dennis Fleet (I771)
 
158 (Medical):COD: Acute Coronary
B.O.V.S. CD# 52820 
YARBOROUGH Emma Lillian (I533)
 
159 (Medical):Congestive Heart Failure WEST Herman Thomas (I882)
 
160 (Medical):couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. DERENZO John (I2242)
 
161 (Medical):DENNIS STUFF WITH SEVERE CANCER CALLED squamous T CELL LYMPHOMA. ITS A RARE CANCER THAT IF CAUGHT IN TIME IT MOR THAN LIKLY COULD BE CURED BUT NOT FOR HIM. HE WAS A GENEROUS PERSON AND WOULD HELP ANYONE IN NEED. HE IS MISSED VERY MUCH. MOORE Dennis Canon (I1162)
 
162 (Medical):Died after 3 days of illness in the Mallow Hospital, Alleghany Co., Va., at the age of 81. She was attended by W.P. Fletcher M.D. of Covington, Va. TOLLEY Cora Lee (I6502)
 
163 (Medical):Died at 0100 Hrs HORNE George Landon (I873)
 
164 (Medical):Died at 10:15 am, 7 months, 3 lbs 1 oz (lived 1 day 13 hrs, 50 min) Maternity Hosp RENO Baby (I5738)
 
165 (Medical):Died at 4:00 on Wednesday GOODRICH Josie T. (I4483)
 
166 (Medical):died at his home at 9:20 pm HARRISON Joshua James (I2898)
 
167 (Medical):Died at home GWALTNEY Morris Fenn (I5282)
 
168 (Medical):died at home REED Ida Virginia (I12547)
 
169 (Medical):Died at home LONG Patsy Ann (I12700)
 
170 (Medical):Died at home as she wanted. WEST Elizabeth Paige (I1095)
 
171 (Medical):Died at home attended by D4r. C. Dickinson WHITE Aminett Berkeley (I9981)
 
172 (Medical):Died At Son's Home 7:55 Am BOOTH Ella Gertrude (I485)
 
173 (Medical):Died in his teens COLLIER Robert Lee, Sr (I5444)
 
174 (Medical):Died in infancy BARNES Edward (I5405)
 
175 (Medical):Died in infancy BARNES John (I5406)
 
176 (Medical):Died of brain tumor which developed after head injury caused by flywheel flying off a piece of farm equipment GOODRICH Benjamin Taylor, Jr. (I686)
 
177 (Medical):Died of TB. There were many deaths in Surry County from this. He caught it from his school teacher. He and his sister died from it. BAIN Robert Randolph (I1009)
 
178 (Medical):Died of TB. There were many deaths in Surry County from this. She caught it from her school teacher. BAIN Thelma Myrcille (I1008)
 
179 (Medical):Died Young - Unmarked Grave Near Johnnie & Willie JOHNSON Baby (I793)
 
180 (Medical):died: (Home at 9:35 pm) BAIRD Elizabeth (Eliza) Bingham (I386)
 
181 (Medical):Diphtheria per the resolution by Carsley Church.
In the 1920s there were an estimated 100,000 to 200,000 cases of diphtheria per year in the United States, causing 13,000 to 15,000 deaths per year.[3] Children represented a large majority of these cases and fatalities. One of the first effective treatments for diphtheria was discovered in the 1880s by U.S. physician Joseph O'Dwyer (1841-1898). O'Dwyer developed tubes that were inserted into the throat, and prevented victims from suffocating due to the membrane sheath that grows over and obstructs airways. In the 1890s, the German physician Emil von Behring developed an antitoxin that did not kill the bacterium, but neutralized the toxic poisons that the bacterium releases into the body.
Unfortunately the treatment to save a life never made it to Surry County doctors in time to save 13 yoa Annie Laurie. 5 years after her death an antitoxin was developed, and later refined and later given to all school children throughout the United States ... Gene Harris 
BOOTH Annie Laurie (I505)
 
182 (Medical):During the Civil War at Ft. Powhatan STAINBACK Adolphus W. (I12012)
 
183 (Medical):Endocarditis is an infection of the inner lining of your heart (endocardium).

Endocarditis generally occurs when bacteria or other germs from another part of your body, such as your mouth, spread through your bloodstream and attach to damaged areas in your heart. Left untreated, endocarditis can damage or destroy your heart valves and can lead to life-threatening complications. Treatments for endocarditis include antibiotics and, in certain cases, surgery. 
JOHNSON Elliott Montrey (I447)
 
184 (Medical):gunshot to the head GOODRICH Emmett Spencer (I4480)
 
185 (Medical):Gunshot wound to the head JETER Larence Trant (I9046)
 
186 (Medical):Had high blood pressure, heart attack and diabetes HARRIS Claiborne Ernest (I975)
 
187 (Medical):Has a medal knee cap as a result of wounds received in Germany during World War II. POND Robert Walton, Jr. (I6495)
 
188 (Medical):He had 3 heart attacks over 20 years and an ulcer HORNE Herbert Calvin, Sr. (I945)
 
189 (Medical):He was 51. He had a blood clot that went to the heart and he had a heart attack.....It was instant ROLLINGS Graham Douglas, Jr. (I5355)
 
190 (Medical):He was on his way home from work, when he had a heart attack and hit a tree and died. HORNER Arthur Hopkins (I1077)
 
191 (Medical):Health: B. J. Briggs was paralized on Oct. 14, 1908 BRIGGS Benjamin Franklin (I545)
 
192 (Medical):Heart ADAMS Louis Orin (I4885)
 
193 (Medical):Henry Chappell died. He was described as a lunatic. CHAPPELL Henry (I7902)
 
194 (Medical):Hohnson Willis Hosp SETCHELL William Harrison (I7131)
 
195 (Medical):Hugh had severe arthritis JOHNSON Hugh Thomas (I12006)
 
196 (Medical):I got his death from his Civil War compiled service records (confederate) found at the Library of Va or on Fold 3, previously Footnote.com. It says, "Died of typhoid fever Hospital at Richmond June 18, 1862." HARRIS Samuel A. (I9930)
 
197 (Medical):in his car on the Seashore State Park Parkway HARRISON Herbert Alexander (I2900)
 
198 (Medical):In November of 1779, William Lewis died of Pneumonia. LEWIS William (I6826)
 
199 (Medical):inflamed heart valve, may have had rheumatic fever in the past which degenerated over time. HORNE William Turner (I582)
 
200 (Medical):Killed in the "Bacon Rebellion" CRAWFORD John (I2140)
 

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