INDIANS

Patience, cancerous humor and old age, Apr. 1, 1797.


NEGROES

–––––, a mulatto child, at Nabby Jenkins', Oct. 12, 1806.

–––––, a mulatto child at Coats' aged 7 m., supposed to have been poisoned by its mother who lived at Mr. Lucas' at Brookline, Oct. 13, 1807.

Caesar, a boy, s. Peg, Sept. 30, 1741,

Catherine, Jan. 5, 1811.

Cato, 79 y., dropsy, Oct. 23, 1797.

Dinah, servant of John and Mary Shute, July 22, 1768.

Dinah, 78 y., Feb. 2, 1802.

Flora, servant to Lydia Holmes, July 17, 1782.

Jack, who lived at Thomas Hills', 14 y., May 25, 1800.

Mary, state pauper, 76 y., Oct. 17, 1804.

Samson, belonging to Benjamin Bucknam, Jan. 5, 1786.

Titus, servant of Capt. John Dexter, July 3, 1782.

Violet, Oct. 25, 1804.


UNIDENTIFIED

–––––, ch. at Ezra Floyd's, 4 y., Apr. 15, 1802.

–––––, Nurse ch. at James Sweetser's, 7 m., Nov. 20, 1806.

–––––, ch. Joseph and Sarah –––––ton, 9 m., cholera infantum, Sept. 30, 1809.

–––––, ch. residing in the family of Joseph Coats, by her clothes taking fire, Nov. ––, 1816.

–––––, inf. d. Chauncy, 10 d., general debility, Oct. 26, 1844.

–––––, a female child, 6 d., Dec. 6, 1850.

Sophronia –––––, married, b. Manchester, NH, 21 y., consumption, June 26, 1849.


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