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Report of vaccinations, no. 2.

In the winter of 1902, doctors in Wilson County commenced a vaccination campaign to counter the spread of smallpox across North Carolina. Physicians in the county were paid ten cents per resident inoculated and sent in lists of patients to justify their fees. Dr. W.D. Crocker practiced in the Lucama area.

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Report of cases vaccinated by Dr. W.D. Crocker

Jan 14   Supremer Best, F, 18

“            Tarantha Best, F, 15

“            Beady Ann Elizabeth Wells, F, 10

“            Rematha Best, F, 11

“            Tramillia Best, F, 20

“            Effie Parker, F, 18

“            Timpey Parker, F, 14

“            Fanny Parker, F, 12

“            Maggie Daniel, F, 12

“            Lelia Langster, F, 9

Jan 15   A.J.C. Moore, M, 39

“            Stella Bynum, F, 8

“            Patty Lispcom, F, 8

“            Siddie Lispcom, F, 8

“            Ida-may Batts, F, 11

“            Sarah Elizer Howell, F, 8

“            Remanda Thompson, F, 11

“            Millie Ann Barnes, F, 10

“            Maggie Batts, F, 12

“            Sarah Barnes, F, 14

“            Lithie J. Barnes, F, 8

“            Ora B. Bynum, F, 7

“            Laura Dew, F, 19

“            Lucinda Howell, F, 15

“            Louisa Dew, F, 13

Jan 18   Amos D. Dew, M, 2

Jan 20  Anna Morgan, F, 8

“            Beatrice Morgan, F, 7

“            Luletta Barnes, F, 18

“   23    Minnie Hinnant, F, 15

“            Ezekiel Hinnant, M, 14

“            Paul Williamson, M, 24

“            Daniel Williams, M, 20

“            George Shaw, M, 20

“            Charley Boykin, M, 12

“            Willie Hocut, M, 4

“            Couis Atkinson, F, 8

“            Lissey Boykin, F, 12

“            Nancy Whitley, F, 10

“            Nancy Porter, F, 12

“            Dilla Whitley, F, 8

“            Jemina Whitley, F, 29

“            Lilley Adams, F, 10

“            Penny Whitley, F, 5

“            Hettie Whitley, F, 7

“            Henrietta Williamson, F, 18

“            Mary Williamson, F, 5

“            Sarah Williamson, F, 24

“            Edney Williamson, F, 17

“            Lula Hocut, F, 18

“            Manerva Boykin, F, 18

“            Katie Williamson, F, 14

“            James Shaw, M, 13

“            Joe Shaw, M, 8

“            Hattie Shaw, F, 10

“            Seth Thomas Shaw, M, 6

“            Lessie Atkinson, F, 13

“            Daisy Atkinson, F, 12

“            Jemina Barnes, F, 13

“            Lula Barnes, F, 10

“            Elijah Barnes, M, 8

“            Spencer Shaw, M, 42

Jan 10th Margaret Barnes, F, 60

“            Salley Ann Barnes, F, 19

“   11      Amos Hagan, M, 42

Miscellaneous Records, Wilson County Records, North Carolina State Archives.

Report of vaccinations, no. 1.

In the winter of 1902, doctors in Wilson County commenced a vaccination campaign to counter the spread of smallpox across North Carolina. Physicians in the county were paid ten cents per resident inoculated and sent in lists of patients to justify their fees.

IW Lamm

Isaac Wilson Lamm, M.D. (1864-1939).

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Office of Isaac W. Lamm, M.D., Practicing Physician

                                                            Lucama, N.C. Jan. 20, 1902

Dr. W.S. Anderson,

Wilson, N.C.

Dear Doctor: — I beg leave to make the following report of my vaccinations for the week ending Jan. 18, 1902.

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Frank Farmer, [gender designations omitted], 85

Lilly Hagans, 17

Frank Shaw, 15

Willie Allen, 10

Easter Dew, 48

Margaret Fields, 22

Louella Adams, 20

Nelly Adams, 17

Lossie Fields, 1 ½

Albert Fields, 3

Eliza Farmer, 46

Siddie Rice, 17

Savannah Rice, 12

Jessie Rice, 10

Ananias Rice, 15

J.A. Rice, 8

Joseph Taylor, 15

J.T. Renfrow, 15

Roscoe Kent, 16

Charley Kent, 12

Bud Kent, 10

Methuselah Kent, 12

Methuselah Creech, 12

Fred Kent, 14

Jesse James Pate, 11

Jack Privette, 11

Walter Newsome, 12

Tony Beckwith, 9

J.F. Thompson, 9

W.H. Bynum, 10

Lecy Dew, 22

Martha Dew, 24

Isaac N. Dew, 57

Edget Dew, 19

Herman Bynum, 12

Condary Adams, 13

Jesse Adams, 8

Yours fraternally,  Isaac W. Lamm

 

154 names       $15.40

Allowed   — GDG

Photo courtesy of user RooneyK at http://www.ancestry.com. Miscellaneous Records, Wilson County Records, North Carolina State Archives.