death and beyond
Many women die from birth and diseases. Infants and children can die from infection and also diseases and men die from injuries and illnesses. Funerals are a very public event to all ages. Boys and girls sometimes carry the coffin as pallbearers for their friends and their families who have died in some way. If you were to go to the 1600s you could find a lot of eating, drinking and socializing after the funeral.
Death is taken for granted here. Many women die have died.
Although public executions may not be everyone’s cup of tea they are well attended events in colonial America. The criminal generally arrives by cart, riding atop a coffin. The crowd gathers around, having brought chicken or other food to munch the hanging itself can be gruesome. But you will find these increases its interest for the crowd. The criminal is seated on a horse back with a noose around their neck (female criminals don’t get hung until they give birth if pregnant) they slap the horses butt and the horse runs and. the criminal falls if the fall is sharp they will break their neck and die or if the fall isn’t sharp they fall down and dance and the sheriff tugs on the criminals leg and he breaks his neck and ends the show-Nancy Day
from child birth or from disease. Infants and children die from infections and diseases, and men die from injuries and illnesses. You may witness a funeral; since funerals are public events young boys and girls carry the coffin as pallbearers at funerals for friends who