NEGROES

SHARP, –––––, "by a musquet ball on board the Liverpool Packet British Privateer," ––– ––, 1813.

BURNHAM, Charles, at the Almshouse, Jan. 31, 1831.

WATKINS, Eliza A., d. Joseph and Annah, Fall, May 13, 1848, a. 6 y. 6 m.

COGGSWELL, George, at sea, of hunger and thirst, June 5, 1810

PRICE, George, m., drosy, at the almshouse, June 4, 1846, a. 50 y.

Judith, slave of Rev. Joseph Parsons, Dec. 5, 1729. NCTBK

DOWREY, Lowis, Oct. 26, 1810.

SMITH, Lydia, wid. Jesse, Dec. 28, 1820.

SHARP, William, Feb. 26, 1809.


SURNAME MISSING

–––––, –––––, d. –––––, "A Foundling left at the door of the house of Joshua R. Cheswell, in the night of June 14, 1845, supposed to be about 2 dys old," fits, "at the house of T.P. Morrill, Mills," Aug. 29, 1845, a. 2 m. 17 d.

–––––, David, Nov. 7, 1748.


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