NEGROES

–––––, –––––, "a Coloured Man from Ship Catherine," Jan. 19, 1835.

James, m., mariner, b. Raratonga "(South sea Island)," consumption, May 16, 1846, a. 26.


UNIDENTIFIED

–––––, –––––, "a child who lived at Mr. Jno. Coffin's," buried ––– ––, 1763, a. 7. PR

–––––, –––––, lost at sea, buried ––– ––, 1768. PR

–––––, –––––, d. –––––, worms, buried [Aug.] 19, 1795. PR

–––––, –––––, "Two Spaniards died at Ezra Cleavlands being badly froze the 1st died in twelve Hours owning wholly to the frost & ill usage on board the Vessel in which he came to this Place the 2 with the Lock Jaw occasioned by the frost in his Feet," buried Jan. ––, 1799. PR

–––––, –––––, "a Female Infant," buried Feb. 7, 1802, a. 18 d. PR

–––––, –––––, "seaman Sloop Thomas sailed from Trapaulin Cove for Charleston S. Carolina gale of wind From the 22th to 29th suposed to have foundered in the Gale," Oct. 19, 1832.

–––––, –––––, inf. –––––, May 3, 1848," at the house of Matthew Firlong. "


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