NEGROES

Agnes, "servant to Samuel Russell," July 12, 1718, a. abt. 45 y. GR1

WILLIAMS, Thomas, "A Malayan," bur. Jan. 11, 1730-31. CR3

Mary, belonging to William Pearse, bur. Jan. 20, 1742-3. CR3

–––––, "servant to Capt. Jackson," bur. Oct. 27, 1742. CR3

–––––, "black Man drowned out of a Schr belonging to Wiscasset, Cast away on Cat Island" rec. Mar. 9, 1807.

THOMAS, –––––, ch. Isaac, July 14, 1807.

HOWARD, Lucretia, "in an Advanced Age," Dec. 7, 1807.

THOMAS, –––––, ch. Isaac, Feb. 1, 1808.

LEWIS, Jack, at the workhouse, Feb. 17, 1809.

SMITH, Cloe (alias Cloe Saunders), at the workhouse, July 6, 1809.

–––––, inf. ch., at the workhouse, Nov. 30, 1809.

BRADSTREET, Chance, July 29, 1810.

HILL, Simon, very suddenly, Aug. 28, 1810.

PEDRICK, Kate, ––– ––, 1811. PR1

PEDRICK, James, at the poorhouse, Oct. 13, 1811.

FREEMAN, Ceser, "a respected black Man, in an advanced Age" [fever. PR1], June 16, 1812. [a. 66 y. PR1]

BLANEY, Cezer, at the poorhouse, in an advanced age, Jan. 10, 1813.

FRANCIS, –––––, d. George W. and Polly, whooping cough, Oct. 26, 1813.

FRANCIS, Charles, "Shot by the Centry," Aug. 4, 1814. [a. 85 y. PR1]

BRADSTREET, Phillis, at the poorhouse, Jan. 9, 1815.

LAWRENCE, –––––, w. Skelly, consumption, Nov. 6, 1816.

–––––, ch. illegitimate, Phillis, Dec. 7, 1816.

LAWRENCE [Louisa. PR1], d. Schuyler, Mar. 6, 1817, a. abt. 3 y.

LAWRENCE, –––––, s. Schyler, June ––, 1817, a. 29 y. PR1

HILL, Phillis, at the workhouse, Dec. 17, 1818.

FOSTER, Pompey, at the poorhouse, Jan. 1, 1822.

–––––, d. Will, Aug. ––, 1824, a. 22 y. PR1

DOWNEY [Downing. PR1] Polly, w. Charles, very suddenly, June 23, 1825.

FRANCIS, Mary, at the poorhouse, Feb. 2, 1827.

CAHILL, William, Dec. 9, 1828, a. abt. 95 y.

SALMON, Jack, at the poorhouse, Feb. 4, 1829.

PEACH, Sarah, at the poorhouse, June 7, 1829, a. abt. 50 y.

GARDNER, Hercules, at the poorhouse, Mar. 1, 1833.

BROWN, Joseph, Apr. 3, 1834, a. 84 y.

FREEMAN, Venus, ––– ––, 1838. CR4

ROBINSON, Emily, Nov. 30, 1840, a. 37 y.

FOUNTAIN, Martha S., unm., d. James and Eve, consumption, Jan. 27, 1847, a. 22 y.


SURNAME MISSING

–––––, "Man Name unknown taken up near Cat Island and buried here," rec. Apr. 6, 1807.

–––––, "a Soldier at the Fort," Aug. 7, 1812. [Aug. 4, a. 26 y. PR1]

–––––, "a Soldier at the Fort," consumption, Jan. 6, 1813.

–––––, "a Soldier at Fort Sewall," consumption, Aug. 13, 1813.

–––––, "a Soldier at Fort Sewall," consumption, Oct. 25, 1813.

–––––, "a Foreigner," lost at sea, Sept. 19, 1814, a. 34 y. PR1

–––––, "a Soldier at Fort Sewall," Apr. 9, 1818.

–––––, "servant of Capt Francis Stevens, fell Overboard on Grand Bank," July 21, 1818.

–––––, servant of Capt. Henry N. Quiner, "at Point Petre, Gadaloupe in the Schooner Regulator, John Quiner, Master," rec. Sept. 18, 1818.

–––––, "a Soldier at Fort Sewall," dropsy, June 20, 1819.

–––––, ch. "of a Soldier at Fort Sewall," Oct. 15, 1819, a. abt. 1 y.

–––––, inf. ch. Feb. 25, 1820.

–––––, "at Wm Thompson's from New Hampshire, 20 years of age, suddenly," July 20, 1826.

–––––, "a Child of a Daughter of George and Mary LeMaster," Aug. 14, 1826.


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