NEGROES

Molley, w. Robin, consumption, Feb. 25, 1774. CR2

Grace, servant of Jonathan Norwood, fever, Sept. 30, 1775, a. 70 y. CR3

Cuff, formerly servant to Dea. James Lane, dropsy, Apr. 6, 1777, a. 50 y. as supposed. CR3

Anthony, servant to James Davis, Esq., dropsy, Oct. 22, 1777, a. 70 y. CR3

Fortune, servant of Peter Coffin, jr., ––– ––, 1779. CR2

Phillis, servant of Peter Coffin, jr., May 6, 1779. CR2

Phillis, d. Robbin, cold, fever, Jan. 29, 1788, a. abt. 3 m. CR2

Phillis, woman, Happy, Oct. ––, 1796, a. abt. 80 y. CR2

GINN, William, Oct. ––, 1796, a. abt. 35 y. CR2

Phillis, ch. Cornelius, July ––, 1800. CR2

FREEMAN, Robert, Feb. 18, 1806, a. abt. 75 y. CR2

FREEMAN, Polly, consumption, July 11, 1806, a. 25 y. CR2

FREEMAN, William, Mar. ––, 1807. CR2

Phillis, w. Scipio Dalton, Aug. 22, 1807. CR2

Phillis, ch. –––––, at the almshouse, Sept. ––, 1810, a. 3 y. CR1

Bachus, "thought to be upwards of a hundred years," bur. Nov. ––, 1811. CR6

DALTON, Gloster, "an African, in this country from a youth," bur. Apr. 11, 1813, a. supposed to be 90 y. or upwards. CR6

Chloe, at the workhouse, Nov. 20, 1813.

Flora, drowned, Dec. 11, 1813. CR3

MOONEY, Belfast, at the workhouse, Nov. 16, 1814, a. 5 y.

DALTON, Phillis, wid. Gloucester, bur. Mar. 12, 1817. CR6

Francis, d. –––––, bur. Jan. 6, 1822. CR6

DAY, Reuben, at the workhouse, Nov. 15, 1822, a. 72 y.

Moore, at the workhouse, bur. Dec. ––, 1825. CR6

Francis, Oct. 11, 1827. CR1

Jenny, at the workhouse, bur. Feb. ––, 1828. CR6

HASKELL, Ann, at the workhouse, bur. Aug. 26, 1829. CR6

FRANCIS, Jane, bur. May 30, 1831. CR6

FRANCIS, Leah, wid. bur. Feb. 23, 1835. CR6

Elsey, at the workhouse, bur. Sept. 21, 1838, a. 75 y. CR6


SURNAME MISSING

–––––, Elezebeth, d. –––––, Nov. 17, 1690.

–––––, –––––, of Piscataqua, nose bleed, June 17, 1719, a. abt. 19 or 20 y.

–––––, ch. Hannah, Feb. ––, 1737-8.

–––––, ch. Hannah, Feb. 5, 1741-2.

–––––, ch. Hannah, June 7, 1745.

–––––, s. Elisabeth, Nov. 8, 1752.

–––––, –––––, servant boy of Capt. Moses Bray, drowned at sea, May 12, 1773. CR2

–––––, inf. ch. –––––, Jan. 11, 1798, a. abt. 11 d. CR2

–––––, –––––, a young woman, drowned, in a vessel cast away at the Cove, Oct. 9, 1804. CR6

–––––, ch. –––––, bur. June 15, 1806, a. 2 y. CR6

–––––, inf. ch. –––––, pauper, Sept. 21, 1806. CR1

–––––, –––––, a cripple girl at the workhouse, cancer, bur. Feb. 12, 1807, a. 13 y. CR6

–––––, Lizzy, aged, at the workhouse, bur. Mar. 13, 1807. CR6

–––––, ch. –––––, at almshouse, Jan. 18, 1809, a. 6 y. CR1

–––––, inf. ch. –––––, stillborn, Jan. ––, 1812. CR2

–––––, –––––, grand d. Mrs. True, fit, at the workhouse, bur. Jan. 21, 1813, a. 9 y. CR6

–––––, –––––, grand ch. Mr. Earnest, bur. June 8, 1813. CR6

–––––, –––––, mother of John Sargent's wife, ––– ––, 1815. CR3

–––––, ch. ––––, measles, at the workhouse, June 9, 1816, a. 9 m. CR1

–––––, ch. –––––, at the workhouse, Oct. 15, 1816, a. 2 y. CR1

–––––, ch. –––––, at the workhouse, Mar. 11, 1819, a. 7 m. CR1

–––––, William, a stranger, perished in a wreck on Eastern Point, Jan. 17, 1820. CR6

–––––, Ruth, at the workhouse, bur. May 21, 1827, a. supposed 90 y. CR6

–––––, ch. –––––, at the poorhouse, July 18, 1833. CR1

–––––, Hepzibah, at the poorhouse, Nov. 1, 1834, a. 79 y.

–––––, inf. ch. –––––, at the workhouse, bur. June 20, 1835, a. 9 w. CR6

–––––, ch. James, Aug. 1, 1843.

–––––, inf. ch. –––––, stillborn, Apr. 3, 1845.

–––––, d. Benjamin and Eliza, consumption, Sept. 2, 1845, a. 21 d.


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