INDIANS

–––––, –––––, "boy of Nathaniel Ordway," Dec. 2, 1745. CR2


NEGROES

–––––, "William Cottles Neger," Oct. 20, 1667.

Ann, bur. ––– ––, 1792. PR1

LITTLE, Cambridge, Feb. 22, 1825.

Dorcas, woman belonging to Stephen Dole, dysentery, Oct. 9, 1775, a. 32 y. CR5

Fortune, servant of Rev. Moses Parsons, drowned, June 19, 1779, a. 19 y.

Jack, belonging to Capt. Edward Sargeant, ––– ––, 1708.

GREEN, Joe, July 27, 1820, a. 42 y. CR1

Juno, woman belonging to Mr. Dummer, "of an Astmatical Dropsical Consumptive disorder," Aug. 25, 1757, a. 40 y. CR5

Lucy, bur. Mar. ––, 1793. PR1

Nane, bur. Jan. 4, 1789. PR1

Peter, servant, belonging to Hon. Mr. Dummer, Dec. 2, 1760, a. nearly 90 y. CR5

Phillis, woman belonging to Mrs. Seacomb, consumption, May 16, 1770, a. 25 y. CR5

Primus, formerly servant of Dea. John Noyes, Feb. 18, 1777, "a. bet. 70 and 80 y. " CR4

Primus, Dec. 22, 1805, a. 60 y. CR4

MINGO, Robert, consumption, June 16, 1757, a. 57 y. CR5

Robert, alias Robin, servant of Rev. Mr. Plant, bur. Feb. 1, 1761. CR8

Robin, belonging to Lt. Steven Greenleaf, jr., Jan. 7, 1688-9.

Scipio, servant of Dea. Moody, "at town," Oct. 16, 1763, a. 60 or 70 y. CR5

Virgil, servant of Mr. Newell, Mar. 4, 1781, in his 81st y. CR4

Yarmouth, male child belonging to Andrew Duty, throat distemper, Jan. 29, 1748-9, a. abt. 9 m. CR5


SURNAME MISSING

–––––, –––––, Mar. 26, 1651.

–––––, –––––, w. Joseph, Jan. ––, 1788. CR4

–––––, –––––, ch. "a Transient," bur. Dec. 22, 1795. PR1

–––––, –––––, aged woman, at Rowley almshouse, June ––, 1829. CR5

–––––, –––––, a boy, at the almshouse, Sept. ––, 1830. CR5

–––––, Joseph, Aug. 12, 1719. GR2

–––––, Mary, d. John, Mar. 3, 164–.

–––––, Susanna, w. –––––, Nov. 17, 1650.


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