Report Relating to the Registry and Return of Births, Marriages and Deaths and of Divorce in the State of Rhode Island. 1887

Report Relating to the Registry and Return of Births, Marriages and Deaths and of Divorce in the State of Rhode Island. 1887

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...percentage was two and seven-tenths larger than the year previous. But this proportion was eight-tenths less than the average of thirty years previous to 1883. Above the age of ten years the proportionate mortality was somewhat smaller in nearly every period. The rule for several years, however, has been an increased percentage of mortality in the divisions of age above fifty. The following Table will present the varying proportions of deaths to whole number of deaths, in four different periods of life, from 50 years of age to 90 years, grouped in three periods of ten years each, and one period comprising the last five years, 1883-1887: ic It has been elsewhere observed that the natural result of a lessened proportion of deaths in the earlier periods of life would be a larger proportion of living persons in the later periods, and consequently an increased death rate, because of the larger proportional number liable to disease and other causes of death. COLORED DECEDENTS. The number of deaths of colored persons in Ehode Island, during 1887, was 203. They occurred in the different towns as follows: Providence City 124 Newport City 26 South Kingstown 6 Bristol Warwick East Greenwich, Pawtucket. Cranston Gloceste Charles town Richmond. 10 Sex.--Of the decedents of color, 106 were males, and 97 were females. Season.--The deaths were in the different months as follows: Months. Deaths. Jannary 21 February 11 March 19 Months. April May June Deaths. 19 22 16 Months. Deaths. July 23 Angnst 15 September 15 Months. Deaths. October 15 November 15 December 12 First Quarter 51 Second Quarter... 57 Third Quarter 53 Fourth Quarter.... 42 I First six months, 108; Second six months, 95; Total, 203. The following summary will show the proportion, to the whole...show more

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  • 9781236627247