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Her first brush with death came at age seven when she contracted typhoid pneumonia.
He subsequently died of typhoid pneumonia at the age of 25.
Sophia became ill in February 1871, diagnosed with "typhoid pneumonia".
He died in Philadelphia of "typhoid pneumonia".
When she died of typhoid pneumonia in December, her legal will mysteriously disappeared, along with her remaining jewelry.
The New York Times further reported that, several months before his death, Disston suffered from a bout of typhoid pneumonia.
She caught typhoid pneumonia while nursing solders during the Civil War, and while she was delirious doctors ordered her hair cut off.
He died at his home in Bedford of "typhoid pneumonia" and was buried at the Union Cemetery in Bedford.
Halloran, a Master Mason, was buried near John Hargrave, who succumbed to typhoid pneumonia two weeks earlier at the Harlan-Young camp.
Wheezing with typhoid pneumonia, James Bowie (Mr. Patric) fans the legend of his big knife and commands a band of irregulars.
In 1864, he joined his regiment and fought during the Overland Campaign, but soon came down with typhoid pneumonia and was sent back to Washington, D.C. to recover.
The 1846 journals of Dr. Walter F. Jones of Petersburg, Virginia, describe how he poured boiling water onto the backs of naked slaves afflicted with typhoid pneumonia, at four-hour intervals, because he thought that this might "cure" the disease by "stimulating the capillaries".
He died of "typhoid pneumonia" at the age of forty-three on January 20, 1911, in the German Hospital in San Francisco, and a funeral service was held on January 23 at Saints Pietro and Paolo Church on Filbert Street at Grant Avenue.