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"Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915," database, Family Search, \i FamilySearch.org\i0 ? (S844)


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  • Title  "Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915," database, Family Search, \i FamilySearch.org\i0 ? 
    Short Title  Death Record - Weinmann, Katherine (1880-1881) 
    Publisher  (www.familysearch.org : 06/26/2011) 
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    Source ID  S844 
    Text  Name: ?Ctab?DKatharine Weinman
    Death Date: ?Ctab?D20 Jan 1881
    Death Place: ?Ctab?DPhiladelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Gender: ?Ctab?DFemale
    Race: ?Ctab?Dwhite
    Death Age: ?Ctab?D1-1/2 years
    Estimated Birth Year: ?Ctab?D1880
    Birth Date: ?Ctab?D
    Birthplace: ?Ctab?DPhilada.
    Marital Status: ?Ctab?D
    Spouse's Name: ?Ctab?D
    Father's Name: ?Ctab?DPhilip Weinman
    Father's Birthplace: ?Ctab?D
    Mother's Name: ?Ctab?DMatilda Weinman
    Mother's Birthplace: ?Ctab?D
    Occupation: ?Ctab?D
    Street Address: ?Ctab?D
    Place of Residence: ?Ctab?D
    Cemetery: ?Ctab?DLevenington Royle
    Burial Place: ?Ctab?D
    Burial Date: ?Ctab?D22 Jan 1881
    Additional Relatives: ?Ctab?D
    Film Number: ?Ctab?D2047634
    Digital Folder Number: ?Ctab?D4058653
    Image Number: ?Ctab?D111
    Reference Number: ?Ctab?D

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    Cause of Death: marasmus
    Address: 20 Federal Street 
    Linked to  Matilda
    Katharine Weinmann
    Philip Weinmann 
     
  •  Notes 
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marasmus

      Marasmus is a form of severe protein-energy malnutrition characterized by energy deficiency.

      A child with marasmus looks emaciated. Body weight may be reduced to less than 80% of the average weight that corresponds to the height .[citation needed] Marasmus occurrence increases prior to age 1, whereas kwashiorkor occurrence increases after 18 months. It can be distinguished from kwashiorkor in that kwashiorkor is protein wasting with the presence of edema.

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