Death: Apr. 3, 1864.
Burial: Rosehill Cemetery and Mausoleum Chicago Cook County, Illinois.
CASE. Private William Day, Co. C. 57th Illinois Volunteers, aged 44 years, an epileptic subject, a deserter from his regiment, had a severe fall, April 1st, 1864, and was admitted, in a delirious state, to the Marine Hospital at Chicago, Illinois. Acting Assistant Surgeon R. M. Isham, who reports the case, does not describe the symptoms, or the appearances at the autopsy ; but states that there was a fracture of the base of the cranium, and that compression of the brain, consequent upon a large extravasation of blood within the skull, was the cause of death. The patient died April 3d, 1864.