Charleston Death Cards
NAME Cercopuly, C.M.
Age 1 yr 10 mo Female White
Place of Birth Charleston
Pl. Residence 695 King St
Disease Measles, Comp. with Teething
Physician W.M. ?Fulch
Place of Interment Magnolia Cemetery
Date of Death July 30, 1869
(NOTE: NO ORIGINAL RECORD ON FILE Copied from book record)
NAME Cercopely, Eugiene F.
Age 17 Days
Place of Birth Chas. S.C.
Pl. Residence 38 Aiken St.
Physician A.E. Baker
Place of Interment Magnolia
Date of Death February 12, 1895
CERCOPLEY - Joseph Wade
Reg. No. 767
Place of Death # 563 Meeting St.
Male --- White
Date of Death June 25th, 1929
Age 60 yr.
(click for more information about Pellagra - also please see notes below death cards for something else)
CERCOPELY - Mrs. Lee
Reg. No. 699
Place of Death #563 Meeting St.
Date of Death May 17th, 1931
Age 61 Yr
CauseMitral Insufficiency Acutely Dilated Ventricle
STILL BIRTH (Death)
CERCOPLY-Baby boy B.R.#
Date of Death May 17th, 1935
Reg. No. 35 594
Pl. of Death #78 Lee St.
Buried Public Cem. May 24, 1935
by Roper Hospital
Parents Jos. C. Cercoply, Chas. SC
& Margaret Lucille Stanfras, Chas. SC
STILL BIRTH (Death) B.R. 384 W
CERCOPLY Male White
Date of Death March 7, 1938 No. 38 278
Pl. of Death 88 Romney St.
Buried Public Cem. 3/11/38
by Roper Hospital
Parents Joseph Clarence Cercopely, Charleston, SC
Margaret Lucille Stanfill, Charleston, SC
EXTRA NOTE ON PELLAGRA:
I state on the Dandridge History page
that oral tradition holds that the boll weevil wiped out my ancestor's cotton and they moved to Charleston to recover.
Well, after reading the NIH page (linked in the word Pellagra above) that would confirm that the boll weevil was rampant in
SC in the 1920s. That reference is on the NIH Pellagra page titled Goldberger vs. The South.