KAISELLE

Lewis, on ship Clay of Boston, at sea, ––– ––, 1823, a. 21 y. [Issue of Nov. 7. NR9]


KALLAM (Callum)

David, a. 74 y. Issue of Jan. 29, 1793. NR9


KANALEY (Kanely)

Sarah, w. Thomas, lung fever, June 18, 1846, a. 70 y.


KANELY (Kanaley)

Thomas, a native of Ireland, Dec. 22, 1827, a. 51 y. GR8


KARN

William (properly Caln), from Clyde, Scotland, h. ––––– (Gotier), formerly w. ––––– Fletcher, at the charity house, palsy, Feb. 4, 1809, a. 37 y. CR4


KAZENO

–––––, ch. –––––. Issue of Sept. 9, 1831. NR9


KEARNS

Thomas, see Keirnes, Thomas.


KEEF (Kief)

Sarah, intemperance, bur. July 8, 1825, a. 55 y. CR11


KEEGAN

John, on brig Centurion [on her passage from St. Thomas to Santiago. NR9], at sea, ––– ––, 1828, a. 21 y. [Issue of July 15, 1830. NR9]


KEELY (Kieley)

John, Aug. 13, 1849, a. 29 y. NR9


KEEN (Keene)

George, a. 40 y. Issue of May 24, 1822. NR9

Hannah, wid. Thomas, age, Jan. 22, 1842, a. 92 y.

Margaret, d. Thomas and Hannah, vomiting and purging, Sept. 29, 1792, a. 11 m. CR4

Thomas, m., from Halifax, NS, at Dunkirk, fever, Dec. 28, 1794, a. 45 y. CR4


KEENE (Keen, Kene)

George K., seaman, on board whale ship Ann Parry, of Portsmouth, suddenly, Feb. 9, 1844, a. 40 y. NR9

Hannah (Silver), w. Thomas, consumption, Feb. 18, 1786, a. 32 y. CR4

Thomas, dropsy in the head, May 27, 1785, a. 10 m. CR4


KEHEW (Cashew, Cohew, Kehou, Kehue)

–––––, d. Samuel, a. 11 y. Issue of July 4, 1816. NR9

–––––, ch. Aaron, Mar. 2, 1825, a. 2 d.

–––––, Mrs., family of Samuel, old age, Mar. 28, 1839, a. 78 y.

Abigail [Raymond. NR9], w. John, typhus fever, Mar. 24, 1843, a. 26 y.

Ann M[alvina. NR9], d. Aaron, jr., and Ann, consumption, Mar. 31, 1849, a. 19½ y.

Edward Augustus, s. William B., a. 22 m. Issue of Aug. 9, 1833. NR9

Edward Augustus, s. William, a. 23 m. Issue of July 29, 1836. NR9

Eliza, phthisis pulmonalis, Sept. 26, 1828, a. 27 y.

A. ––– ––, 1837. tomb. GR7

W.B., ––– ––, 1837. tomb. GR7

Eunice, w. John, erysipelas, Feb. 10, 1824, a. 45 y.

Francis B[rown. NR9], s. Aaron, jr., infantile, Nov. 13, 1840, a. 10 w.

George L[eonard. GR8], s. Samuel [and Lois. GR8], lung fever, Feb. 21 [June 20. GR8], 1839, a. 11 y.

George F[rancis. NR9], s. William B., lung fever, Nov. 7, 1842, a. 1 y.

John, native of Ireland, a. 38 y. Issue of Jan. 8, 1836. NR9

L.A. [Louisa Ann. NR9], d. Samuel, jr., hydrocephalus, Oct. 20, 1824, a. 16 m.

Lydia, d. Paul and Bethia, Nov. 27, 1814, a. 2 y. 6 m. GR1

Peggy, d. Joseph and Martha, dropsy in the head, Oct. 2, 1785, a. 17 y. CR4

Mary, w. Aaron, June 6, 1836, a. 57 y. NR9

Nancy, Mrs., bur. Jan. 2, 1836, a. 38 y. NR9

Paul, laborer, h. Ruth (Woodbury), s. Paul and Mary, palsy, May 8, 1845, a. 72 y.

Sarah, of Danvers, wid. Samuel, dysentery, at Danvers, Dec. 11, 1844, a. 71 y.

William, s. Samuel and Lois, infantile, Aug. 22, 1848, a. 10 d.


KEHOU (Kehew)

Samuel, s. Samuel and Sarah (Ru?e), dysentery, July 4, 1796, a. 6 m. CR4


KEHUE (Kehew)

–––––, a young man, eating cherries, buried June 27, 1786. CR11


KEIRNES (Carnes)

Thomas, s. Thomas and Mary, accident, Apr. 22, 1849, a. 22 m. [a. 2 y. NR9]


KEITH

David, brass founder, bleeding, Nov. 13, 1846, a. 64 y.

Gideon Francis, s. Gideon, of Boston, Dec. 26, 1835, a. 18 m. NR9

Sally, July 7, 1825, a. 50 y.

Thomas, s. Patrick and Mary, dropsy in head, Oct. 25, 1847, a. 2 y.


KELLEY (Kelly)

Abigail, wid., Aug. 15, 1834, a. 75 y. GR1

Augustus, s. Nathaniel, a. 13 m. Issue of Mar. 1, 1833. NR9

Eliza, d. Patrick, dropsy, Sept. 2, 1842, a. 2 y.

Elizabeth, age, at the almshouse, Nov. 17, 1828, a. 90 y.

John, b. Ireland, laborer, cholera morbus, Aug. 12, 1849, a. 29 y.

Judith, w. James K., ischuria renalis, Apr. 5, 1821, a. 58 y.

Samuel G[ardner. NR9], s. James [H. GR8], and Lydia S., consumption, Sept. 10, 1849, a. 4½ m.

Sarah, d. Patrick, lung fever, Jan. 3, 1843, a. 7 m.


KELLOCK

Mary, consumption, at the almshouse, Sept. 29, 1839, a. 91 y.


KELLY (Kelley)

Cornelius, s. Cornelius, a. 16 m. Issue of Dec. 10, 1833. NR9

James, peripneumonia, Jan. 5, 1827, a. 74 y.

Mary, wid., a. 82 y. Issue of Apr. 24, 1792. NR9

Mary, Mrs. Issue of Aug. 30, 1831. NR9


KELMAN

John, b. Halifax, NS, cordwainer, s. George and Elizabeth, consumption, Dec. 15, 1849, a. 52 y.


KELSEY

Nathaniel, dysentery, Oct. 10, 1840, a. 50 y.


KEMP

–––––, d. Samuel, hydrocephalus, Feb. 20, 1827, a. 7 y.

James C[lark. NR9], s. Samuel and Ann M., cholera infantum, Sept. 9, 1848, a. 16½ m.

John L., a. 29 y. Issue of June 28, 1831. NR9

Lucy Ann, d. Samuel, bleeding, Nov. 2, 1819, a. 7 y.

Lucy, wid. [Samuel. NR9], consumption, Jan. 12, 1826, a. 45 y.

Mary Ann, d. Samuel, worms, July 31, 1818, a. 6 y.

Samuel, venereal, June 11, 1821, a. 42 y.


KENDALL (Kendell)

John A[bbott. NR9], s. Daniel B., lung fever, Dec. 12, 1841, a. 8 y.


KENDELL (Kendall)

Mary Ann, d. Daniel B., bowel complaint, Sept. 18, 1840, a. 7 m.


KENDER (Kinder)

–––––, s. Ephraim, cholera, Nov. 3, 1821, a. 17 m.

Ephraim, a. 60 y. Issue of Feb. 28, 1837. NR9


KENDRICK

Catherine A. [Caroline A. NR9], d. illegitimate, Caroline, inflammation of bowels, Aug. 29, 1845, a. 3 m.


KENE (Keene)

John, Oct. ––, 1670. CTR


KENEDY (Kennady, Kenneday)

Lydia, consumption, Apr. 5, 1828, a. 34 y.


KENNADY (Kenedy)

Elizabeth, wid., hydrothorax, Aug. 8, 1822, a. 50 y.


KENNARD

Nancy, w. Michael, of Watertown, Dec. 11, 1842, a. 54 y. NR9


KENNEDAY (Kenedy)

–––––, d. [Capt. NR9] Samuel, dysentery, Sept. 8, 1821, a. 9 m.


KENNEY (Kenny)

–––––, inf. ch. Sarah Greene, bur. Dec. 2, 1827. CR11

Ann, d. George, consumption, Dec. 8, 1827, a. 4 m.

Ebenezer [h. Abigail (Ramsdell). PR657], typhus fever, Feb. 11, 1824, a. 57 y.

Elizabeth B. (Smothers), w. Jonathan A., dropsy, Aug. 2, 1842, a. 28 y. [a. 31 y. CR5]

Franklin, s. John and Martha, infantile, Dec. 13, 1847, a. 3 m.

Hannah [w. Thomas, a foreigner. CR4], derangement, at the workhouse, Jan. 27, 1819, a. 32 y. [a. 42 y. CR4]

Joseph [s. Lowell. NR9], Jan. 3, 1818, a. 3 y.

Naoma, d. William, teething, Aug. 18, 1844, a. 6 m.

Sarah G., consumption, Nov. 25, 1827, a. 26 y.

Sally H., d. Jonathan, July 12, 1837, a. 16 y. NR9

William H., s. William and Rachel, dysentery, Sept. 18, 1845, a. 6 m.


KENNY (Kenney)

–––––, s. Daniel, from Middleton, and Mary (Hill), atrophia infantilis, Nov. 28, 1805, a. 3 m. CR4

Ann, Mrs., a. 72 y. Issue of Sept. 12, 1837. NR9

Dorcas, d. Jonathan and Hannah, consumption, Nov. 19, 1845, a. 35 y.

Jerusha, wid., of Middleton, a. 69 y. Issue of Nov. 14, 1815. NR9

Jesse, from Middleton, h. Hannah (Mascoll), convulsions, Jan. 31, 1805, a. 41 y. CR4

John, Oct. 4, 1803. PR657

Jonathan, b. Middleton, sawyer, s. Simeon and Jerusha, consumption, Dec. 29, 1847, a. 76 y.

Love, w. William, a. 39 y. Issue of Oct. 29, 1833. NR9

Martha, d. John, bowel complaint, Sept. 28, 1840, a. 16 m.

Patrick, July 4, 1841, a. abt. 28 y. CR14

William, Oct. 18, 1803. PR657


KENT

Dorcas, Mrs., Mar. 21, 1837, a. 62 y. CR5


KERIVAN

Michael, s. Patrick and Mary, canker, Dec. 23, 1849, a. 5 w.


KERNEY

Edward, s. Thomas, lung fever, Feb. 19, 1843, a. 4 m.

Thomas, s. Thomas and Margaret, bowel complaint, Sept. 19, 1846, a. 10 m. [a. 10 y. NR9]


KERVIN

Sally, June 12, 1838, a. 46 y. CR14


KETTLE

John, Oct. 12, 1685. CTR

John, h. Mary (Batcheldour), Jan. 31, 1723-4.


KEYZER (Kezar)

Hannah, w. Elizer, Jan. 20, 1723-4, a. 76 y. GR1


KEZAR (Keyzer)

Augustus N[oble. NR9], s. Luther, jr. and Sarah B., lung fever, Apr. 11, 1846, a. 14 m.

Jane, b. Connecticut, w. Luther, consumption, Nov. 20, 1745, a. 59 y.


KIEF (Keef, Kieff)

–––––, ch. James, dec., bur. Sept. 5, 1790. CR11

James, h. ––––– (Robinson), bur. June 4, 1790. CR11


KIEFF (Kief)

–––––, ch. wid. bur. Oct. 27, 1790. CR11


KIELEY (Keely)

Edward, s. Edward, throat distemper, Sept. 2, 1843, a. 1 y.


KILBY

Christopher, whooping cough, Jan. 3, 1821, a. 8 m.

Harriet E., d. Christopher, dropsy, Mar. 30, 1841, a. 16 y.


KILFOYLE

Thomas, s. Thomas, lung fever, Mar. 4, 1844, a. 6 m.


KILHAM (Killam)

–––––, drowned near Winter Island, Jan. 8, 1796. NR9

M.E., d. Sylvanus [Mary Elizabeth, d. Sylvester. NR9], hydrocephalus, Oct. ––, 1827, a. 20 m. [Issue of Oct. 26. NR9]


KILLAM (Kilham, Killum)

–––––, ch. Mary, bur. May 28, 1759. CR1

Asa, Dec. 24, 1813. CR6 [a. 61 y. NR9]

Asa, phthisis, Apr. 29, 1829, a. 25 y.

Betsy, w. Sylvester, peritonitis, bur. at Danvers, d. Jan. 5, 1826, a. 20 y.

Patty, consumption, Nov. ––, 1825, a. 40 y.

Mary, wid., old age, Mar. 17, 1839, a. 84 y.


KILLIN

Edward, a native of England, a. 97 y. Issue of Jan. 18, 1814. NR9


KILLUM (Killam)

Ephraim, s. Lott and Hana (Goodell), June ––, 1672. CTR

James, s. Lott and Hana (Goodell), May ––, 1669. CTR

Ruth, d. Lott and Hana (Goodell), Sept. ––, 1673. CTR


KILMAN

George L., s. John, a. 3 y. Issue of Aug. 26, 1834. NR9


KIMBAL (Kimball)

–––––, w. John, Dec. 3, 1805, a. 26 y. PR82

Thomas, Capt. [tidewaiter. NR9], dropsy, Jan. 30, 1792, a. 72 y. CR1 [a. 73 y. NR9]


KIMBALL (Kimbal, Kimbel)

–––––, bur. Aug. 7, 1773. PR655

–––––, w. [John. PR61], innholder. Issue of Dec. 30, 1806. NR9

–––––, ch. Mrs., bur. Sept. 11, 1814. PR61

–––––, d. Dudley, croup, Nov. ––, 1821, a. 1 y. [Issue of Nov. 20. NR9]

–––––, s. Dudley, cholera, Sept. 11, 1830, a. 2 y.

–––––, d. Capt. William, Aug. 12, 1841, a. 3 m. NR9

Abigail, w. Nathaniel, Feb. 1, 1837, a. 53 y. NR9

Abigail, d. William, lung fever, Sept. 5, 1841, a. 15 m.

Abigail H., w. Elias, consumption, Sept. 9, 1842, a. 32 y.

Abraham, of Ipswich, a. 30 y. Issue of Feb. 10, 1801. NR9

Alfred, phthisis pulmonalis, Sept. 25, 1828, a. 37 y.

Anna B., d. William and Eliza Lane, consumption, Feb. 26, 1847, a. 20 y.

Arthur, s. James Stanford and Abigail Wellman (Lane) [dysentery. dup.], Oct. 7, 1846. [a. 17 m. dup.]

Azubah, w. Nathaniel, fever, Apr. 28, 1828, a. 42 y.

Benjamin, s. Dudley and Margaret, consumption, July 16, 1847, a. 37 y.

Catharine, consumption, May 1, 1828, a. 19 y.

Catherine, of Boston, d. Eliphalet, consumption, at Boston, Jan. 19, 1844, a. 22 y.

Charles H., s. William, scarlet fever, Jan. 4, 1842, a. 8 y.

Dudley, Mar. 3, 1832. PR24

Ebenezar Walter, s. James Stanford and Abigail Wellman (Lane), Aug. 7, 1843.

Edith [d. Nathan and Sarah. GR7], bilious fever, May 14, 1841, a. 65 y. [1844. GR7]

Edmund, m., "drowned in the West Indies from on board Capt. Jo Lambert," Mar. 28, 1789, a. 37 y. CR4

Elbridge G., b. Plaistow, NH, merchant, h. Sarah E. (Millet), s. Nathaniel and Sarah, consumption, July 5, 1849, a. 32 y.

Elijah S., b. New Hampshire, laborer, s. Richard and Lydia, typhus fever, at Boston, Aug. 24, 1845, a. 23 y.

Eliza, w. John, phthisis pulmonalis, Sept. 20, 1825, a. 23 y.

E.M. [Eliza Mary. NR9], d. Abraham, bronchities, June 22, 1830, a. 1 y.

Eliza (Short), w. Mark, typhus fever, Jan. 18, 1841, a. 44 y. [a. 42 y. NR9]

Elizabeth, consumption, Apr. 18, 1820, a. 55 y.

Eunice, consumption, bur. at Danvers, d. Apr. ––, 1823, a. 33 y. [Issue of Apr. 29. NR9]

Fanny, May 10, 1807, a. 2 y. 4 m. 22 d. GR8

George W[ashington. NR9], s. Asa, phthisis pulmonalis, Apr. 9, 1824, a. 19 y.

Hannah. Issue of Dec. 5, 1797. NR9

Hannah, w. Philip, a. 55 y. Issue of July 8, 1814. NR9

Hannah (Holland), b. Ipswich, wid. Jacob, age, Oct. 24, 1848, a. 78 y.

Henry Thomas, s. William, Oct. 14, 1831, a. 10 y. NR9

Henry, s. Capt. William, a. 5 m. Issue of Sept. 22, 1837. NR9

Jacob, ship carpenter, suddenly, Sept. 5, 1831. NR9 [a. 64 y. GR8]

Jacob, blacksmith, s. Jacob and Sarah, dropsy, Aug. 9, 1845, a. 44 y.

James, at New Orleans, ––– ––, 1822, a. 45 y.

John M[otey. NR9], s. Abraham, dysentery, Oct. 12, 1826, a. 17 m.

John, of Marblehead, a. 25 y. Issue of June 19, 1832. NR9

John A., s. Eben D., heart complaint, July 2, 1842, a. 8 y.

Jonathan F., s. John and Sarah, Sept. 2, 1803, a. 2 y. 9 m. GR7

Jonathan L., carpenter, s. Jonathan C. and Mary L., typhus fever, Dec. 5, 1845, a. 38 y.

Lucy, d. Nathan and Sarah, May 16, 1815, a. 45 y. GR7

Lucy Smith, d. Jonathan C., a. 2 y. 3 m. Issue of Oct. 28, 1817. NR9

L.S. [Lucy Smith. NR9], d. Jonathan C., dysentery, Sept. 27, 1827, a. 22 m.

[Lydia, d. Dr. Fairfield. NR4], w. Paul, "out in a two mast boat called King, and in a thunder squall, the boat was sunk near Black Rock, and all but two persons were drowned," June 17, 1773. PR36

Lydia, Sept. ––, 1834. CR13

M.A. [Mark Augustus. NR9], s. Mark, pertussis, May 19, 1828, a. 9 m.

Mary, w. Capt. Thomas, May 22, 1807, a. 85 y. NR9

Mary, d. Jonathan C[hoate. NR9], choked with a bean, Nov. 9, 1819, a. 8 y.

Moses, s. Asa, hemorrhage of lungs, Feb. 4, 1822, a. 6 y.

Nathan, consumption, May 4, 1818, a. 77 y. [a. 76 y. GR7]

Paul, "out in a two mast boat called King, and in a thunder squall, the boat was sunk near Black Rock, and all but two persons were drowned," June 17, 1773. PR36

Philip [Henry. NR9], s. Philip, phthisis tuberculosa, Jan. 12, 1822, a. 5 y.

Richard R[ust. NR9], s. Abraham, fever, Sept. 1, 1841, a. 14 m.

Ruth, wid., a. 69 y. Issue of Apr. 7, 1797. NR9

Samuel, Dec. 31, 1807, a. 1 y. 1 m. 6 d. GR8

Samuel, at New Orleans. Issue of Feb. 26, 1819. NR9

Samuel T., , s. Samuel T., a. 20 m. Issue of Mar. 11, 1836. NR9

Sarah, Mrs., a. 70 y. Issue of Mar. 25, 1788. NR8

Sarah, w. Nathan, May 10, 1808, a. 68 y. GR7

Sally, w. Eliphalet, bur. July 15, 1814, a. 26 y. NR9

Sally (Lefavour), Mar. ––, 1821. CR13

Sarah, d. John, Nov. 21, 1833, a. 33 y. GR7

Sarah Staniford, d. Capt. William, a. 3 m. Issue of Nov. 9, 1838. NR9

Sarah H., of Boston, d. Eliphalet, consumption, at Boston, May 24, 1843, a. 25 y.

Sarah [E. NR9], w. Elbridge G., d. Charles and Sarah Millet, consumption, Dec. 19, 1847, a. 23 y. [a. 56 y. GR9]

Sarah, b. Atkinson, NH, wid. Nathaniel, d. Enoch and Ann Knight, consumption, Apr. 27, 1849, a. 69 y.

Turner, s. Peter, Sept. 4, 1801, a. 17 y. GR1

Walter, s. J.S. [Capt. James S. NR9], bowel complaint, Aug. 7, 1843, a. 20 m.

William P., s. Ebenezer, scarlet fever, Nov. 19, 1841, a. 2½ y.


KIMBEL (Kimball)

–––––, ch. Mr., bur. May 14, 1806. PR61

–––––, w. James, bur. May 13, 1808. PR61


KINDER (Kender)

–––––, drowned, a. abt. 7 or 8 y. Issue of July 9, 1811. NR9

Eliza, d. Ephraim, Sept. 13, 1832, a. 16 y. NR9

Isaac, on schr. Gen. Brooks, at St. Iago, Cuba, ––– ––, 1824, a. 20 y.

Sally, d. Ephraim G., convulsions, June 3, 1823, a. 1 y.

Thomas, seaman, lost overboard from the brig Amethyst, Capt. Willis, off Cape Cod, Mar. 27, 1830. NR9


KING

–––––, w. Zachariah, jr., Mar. 21, 1800. PR654

–––––, ch. –––––, Feb. ––, 1803. CR1

–––––, ch. Peter, bur. Dec. 9, 1807. CR11

–––––, ch. John, a. 7 m. Issue of Aug. 27, 1811. NR9

–––––, d. James, jr., a. 20 m. Issue of Nov. 16, 1813. NR9

–––––, w. William, stranger, at Boston, Mar. 20, 1839.

Abba J.H., w. James B., d. Timothy Harraden, dec., consumption, Dec. 13, 1841, a. 32 y.

Alice, of Chelsea, b. Chelsea, d. John G. and Jane, at Chelsea, May ––, 1845, a. 2 y.

Anna, inf. d. Peter, bur. Aug. ––, 1812. CR11

Benjamin, Dec. [26. GR7], 1804, a. 64 y. CR1

Charles, Capt., palsy, at Reading, May 13, 1774, a. 66 y. NR4

Daniel, carpenter, Aug. 26, 1745. PR57

Daniel [mathematical instrument-maker. NR9], influenza, June 27, 1790, a. 86 y. CR1

Edward, b. New Zealand, s. John and Catherine, dysentery, Sept. 29, 1845, a. 3 y.

Elizabeth, w. Daniel, Aug. 13, 1700, a. 60 y. GR7

Elizabeth, Oct. 2, 1774, a. 4 y. PR290

Elizabeth [Betsey, d. Gedney. NR9], Sept. 23, 1802, a. 18 y. PR290

Elizabeth [Betsey. NR9], eldest d. James, Nov. 10, 1805. PR82

Elizabeth, consumption, Aug. 12, 1815, a. 26 y. PR35

Elizabeth, w. Samuel, atrophy, Dec. 7, 1825, a. 50 y.

E.R. [Elizabeth Bailey. NR9], d. James, jr., consumption, Nov. 5, 1826, a. 11 y.

Elizabeth, consumption, Sept. 23, 1828, a. 29 y.

F.G. [Frederick Gilman. NR9], s. John G., pneumonia, Dec. 3, 1825, a. 19 m.

Gedney, a. 74 y. Issue of Sept. 2, 1814. NR9

Gedney, July 31, 1839, a. 62 y. PR290

Gideon, bur. Sept. 1, 1814. PR61

Henry, Capt., Apr. 29, 1834, a. 50 y. NR9

James, sudden, May 21, 1789, a. 75 y.

James, ––– ––, 1802. tomb. GR7

James, ––– ––, 1830. tomb. GR7

James, Esq., June 3, 1831, a. 79 y. NR9

Jane, w. John, paralysis, Mar. 20, 1828, a. 52 y.

John, Mar. 19, 1761. PR57

John, s. [Peter. CR11], July 14, 1808. CR11 [a. 9 h. CR11]

John, jr., b. New Zealand, s. John and Catherine, fits, Feb. 12, 1846, a. 2½ y.

Joseph, m., consumption, Mar. 24, 1788, a. 28 y. CR4

Judith [w. James. NR9], Sept. 10, 1809, a. 56 y. PR305

Katherine, w. William, Dec. 17, 1718, a. 22 y. GR1

Lydia, Sept. 7, 1776, a. 9 y. PR290

Lydia, Feb. 1, 1787, a. 27 d. PR290

Lydia [ch. James. CR11], Aug. 13, 1795, a. 27 d. PR305

Lydia, Miss, May 29, 1797, a. 73 y. [a. 83 y. NR9]

Lydia (Sparrow), b. Eastham, Barnstable Co., wid. Joseph, atrophia senilis, Jan. 4, 1798, a. 66 y. CR4

Lydia, hydrothorax, June 8, 1822, a. 65 y.

Lydia, Aug. 20, 1822, a. 77 y. PR290

Lydia M., w. James, dropsy, July 20, 1841, a. 58 y.

Mary (Andrew), Mrs., June 19, 1759. PR22

Mary, June 15, 1769. PR290

Mary, July 24, 1770, a. 12 d. PR290

Mary, Aug. 22, 1776, a. 3 y. PR290

Mary, wid. Maj. Samuel, Sept. 11, 1782, a. 33 y. NR7

Mary, in the family of Abijah Northey, a. 25 y. Issue of Oct. 5, 1802. NR9

Polly, June 10, 1834, a. 53 y. PR305

Mary Ann, d. Henry, dec., consumption, Sept. 14, 1843, a. 20 y.

Nathaniel, Oct. 1, 1742. PR57

Nathaniel, "young," Sept. 20, 1749. PR57

Nathaniel, s. William and R. (Phippen), convulsions, July 27, 1792, a. 2 m. CR4

Nathaniel, mate of the brig Minerva, on his passage from Cape Francois, a. 27 y. Issue of Aug. 17, 1802. NR9

Nathaniel P., typhus fever, Nov. 3, 1819, a. 24 y.

Otis, a. 52 y. Issue of Mar. 12, 1847. NR9

Robert Watts, seaman, s. Henry, dec., brain complaint, July 16, 1842, a. 27 y.

Ruffus, Hon., ––– ––, 1827, a. 73 y. CR1

Samuel, s. James, consumption, a. 17 y. Issue of Aug. 22, 1806. NR9

Samuel, intemperance, Nov. 13, 1826, a. 60 y.

Samuel G[edney. NR9], s. James B. and Frances, Apr. 17, 1848, a. 8½ m.

Sarah, wid., a. 84 y. Issue of Oct. 9, 1798. NR9

Sarah, w. Benjamin, Mar. 3, 1803, a. 60 y. GR7

Sally, d. James, bur. Feb. 28, 1809, a. 25 y. NR9

Sally, Feb. 25, 1810, a. 27 y. PR305

S.J. [Sarah Judson. NR9], d. John G., Esq., tuberculated intestine, Feb. [19. NR9], 1828, a. 2 y.

Sparrow, Aug. ––, 1799, a. 29 y. CR1 [Issue of Aug. 13. NR9]

Thomas, s. John and Elizabeth (Golthwrite), Oct. ––, 1680. CTR

Thomas W., s. John and Catherine, cholera infantum, July 4, 1849, a. 8 m.

Watts, July 16, 1842. PR188

William, Dec. 15, 1718, a. 22 y. GR1

William, Sept. 26, 1773, in his 45th y. NR4

William, jr., at Martinico, Sept. 22, 1809, a. 21 y. NR9

Zachariah, jr., Feb. 20, 1810, a. 43 y. PR654


KINSLEY

Abigail H[enderson. NR9], d. James, sudden, Jan. 1, 1822, a. 3 m.

James, bur. Jan. 14, 1834, a. 48 y. NR9


KINSMAN

–––––, ch. stillborn, Joshua, May 13, 1841.

Clara R. [Clarissa K. CR5], w. Nathaniel, jr., d. John and Lucy R. Hodgkins, consumption, Dec. 1, 1844, a. 24 y.

Joshua, Capt., on board the ship Eliza Ann, at sea, Aug. 4, 1841. NR9

Martha, b. Ipswich, d. John C. and Anna, consumption, June 11, 1845, a. 10 y. [a. 16 y. NR9]

Mary E[sther. CR10], d. William, cholera infantum, Oct. 15, 1822, a. 19 m.

Mary A[nn. NR9], consumption, Sept. 7, 1830, a. 23 y.

Mary E[llen. NR9], d. Joshua, dec., dropsy in head, Jan. 25, 1844, a. 10 y.

Micah, s. Capt. Nathaniel and Deborah (Webb), dysentery, Sept. 13, 1801, a. 1 y. 7 m. CR4

Nathaniel, Capt., bur. Nov. 18, 1808, a. 34 y. NR9

Nathaniel, ship master and merchant, at Macao, abt. May 1, 1847. NR9

Rebecca R., d. Nathaniel and Rebecca, consumption, at sea [on board the barque Douglas, on her passage from Canton to New York. NR9], Aug. 16, 1846, a. 7 y.


KIPPEN

Abigaile, d. Arther and Abigaile, 3: 8m: 1662. CTR

William, s. Arther and Abigaile, 14: 7m: 16––. CTR


KIRKPATRICK

William [a native of Ireland, found dead in the duck factory. NR9], intemperance, Sept. 6, 1824, a. 28 y.


KITCHEN (Kitchin)

–––––, Mr., "old," Dec. 1, 1738. PR57

Edward, Esq., Aug. 17, 1766, a. 66 y. GR7

Freek, w. Edward, Esq., d. Hon. Joseph Walcott, Esq., Jan. 17, 1746-7, a. 34 y. GR7

Mary, Oct. 28, 1738. GR7

Robert, Oct. 28, 1712, a. 56 y. GR7

Robert, s. Robert and Bethia, Sept. 28, 1716, a. 17 y. GR7

Robert, Dec. 20, 1736. GR7


KITCHIN (Kitchen)

Benjamin, s. John and Elizabeth, 15: 7m: 1660. CTR


KITTERIDGE (Kittredge)

Mary Anne, d. Dr. Benjamin and Nancy, from Brookfield and New Bedford, dysentery, Aug. 26, 1805, a. 21 m. CR4


KITTREDGE (Kitteridge)

Anstiss [wid. Dr. Benjamin. NR9], dropsy and paralysis, Dec. 12, 1826, a. 41 y.

Benjamin [Dr. NR9], nervous fever, Oct. 27, 1821, a. 40 y.

Carolina Augusta, d. Dr. Benjamin, dec., a. 5 y. Issue of Dec. 25, 1821. NR9

Marian, d. Dr. Benjamin and Anstis, Aug. 2, 1805, a. 2 y. GR8

Oliver, Dr. [brother of Dr. Benjamin. NR9], typhus fever, June 5, 1823, a. 38 y.

Sarah, of Danvers, w. Jessee, d. Joseph and Deborah Carey, scrofula, at Danvers, Aug. 14, 1848, a. 35 y.


KNAP (Knapp)

Hannah, Mrs., bet. Jan. 15 and 22, 1788, a. 76 y. NR8

Joseph J., s. Capt. Joseph Jenkins and Abigail (Phippen), dysentery, Oct. 1, 1803, a. 10 m. CR4

Mary G., d. wid. Mary, worms, Sept. 21, 1789, a. 16 m. CR4


KNAPP (Knap)

–––––, wid., May 30, –––– [1832?]. CR10

Abigail, w. Joseph J., sudden, July 22, 1827, a. 46 y.

John, b. Portsmouth, s. Samuel and Mary, h. 1st ––––– Gavett, 2d ––––– Dodd, on his passage from Batavia to Philadelphia in the brig Harriet, Capt. Isaac Hugar, fever, received news Dec. 13, 1801, a. 40 y. CR4

John Francis, s. Capt. Joseph J., convicted and executed for the murder of Capt. Joseph White, Sept. 28, 1830, a. 20 y.

Joseph, s. Joseph, croup, Oct. 29, 1826, a. 4 y.

Joseph J., jr., executed for murder of Joseph White, Dec. 31, 1830, a. 25 y. PR639

Joseph, a. 36 y. Issue of Dec. 9, 1834. NR9

Joseph J., b. Newburyport, merchant, 1st w. Abigail (Phippen), 2d w. ––––– (King), inflammation of stomach, July 21, 1847, a. 74 y.

Mary [wid., mother of Capt. Joseph, sr. NR9], anasarca, July 25, 1830, a. 90 y.

Samuel, of Marblehead, drowned from Union wharf, bur. at Marblehead, d. Nov. 15, 1818.


KNEELAND

Edward Turner, s. Abner, at Alstead, NH, a. 4 y. Issue of Feb. 28, 1815. NR9


KNIGHT (Knights)

–––––, ch. Nathaniel, Oct. ––, 1848. CR5

Aaron, intemperance, July 5, 1822, a. 43 y.

Aaron, consumption, Dec. 7, 1828, a. 24 y.

Abigail P., w. William, d. Samuel and Elsy Punchard, consumption, Mar. 13, 1846, a. 56 y.

Alexander, s. Daniel, of Haverhill and Mehitable (Gardner), cynanche trachealis, Jan. 15, 1816, a. 3 y. CR4

Ann [Anna. CR11; wid. Capt. John. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, May 15, 1825, a. 68 y.

Augustus, s. Nathaniel, at sea on board brig Coramandel [on her passage from Batavia to Antwerp. NR9], ––– ––, 1822, a. 18 y. [Issue of Apr. 16. NR9]

Augustus Punchard, s. twin, William, jr., a. 14 m. Issue of Dec. 1, 1840. NR9 [a. 1 y. CR5]

Daniel, typhus fever succeeding pneumonia, Nov. 30, 1826, a. 22 y.

Daniel, s. Nathaniel, croup, Sept. 27, 1830, a. 3 y.

Daniel, b. Newburyport, laborer, s. Daniel, insanity and exposure, at Boxford, Oct. 2, 1846, a. 68 y.

David, s. Nathaniel and Elizabeth, Oct. 18, 1781.

David, s. Nathaniel, a. 21 y. Issue of Mar. 15, 1811. NR9

Edmund F[oster. NR9], s. Foster, dropsy in head, Oct. 16, 1843, a. 16 m.

Eliza, d. [Capt. NR9] Nathaniel and Sarah (Ward), Nov. 29, 1803. PR90 [a. 11 y. GR8]

Eliza E[llen. NR9], d. John and Anna E., dysentery, Sept. 24, 1848, a. 1 y.

Elizabeth, d. Nathaniel and Elizabeth, Jan. 31, 1791. [a. 3 y. GR7]

Elizabeth, w. Nathaniel, July 13, 1799. [a. 47 y. GR7]

Betsy [Elizabeth. NR9], w. Albert, dilatatis cordis, bur. at Beverly, d. Mar. 31, 1829, a. 28 y. [a. 24 y. NR9]

Enoch, b. Newbury, cabinet maker, s. Edmund and Sarah, heart complaint, Nov. 16, 1844, a. 74 y.

George H., s. Nathaniel, jr., bowel complaine, Aug. 24, 1833, a. 1 y.

George H[enry. NR9], s. Nathaniel and Lydia, dysentery, Sept. 13, 1848, a. 3 y.

Hannah O[liver. PR90], d. John B., d. William W. and Sarah Oliver, consumption, Jan. 27, 1846, a. 32 y.

Hannah M[aria. NR9], d. Nathaniel and Lydia, croup, Nov. 10, 1846, a. 6 y.

Harriet, d. William, dropsy in the head, July 30, 1826, a. 2 y.

Harriet, d. Foster and Harriet, dropsy in head Nov. 14, 1844, a. 7 m.

Harriet [G. NR9], w. Foster, d. Nathan and Lydia Fuller, consumption, Nov. 8, 1845, a. 32 y.

Henry Elkins, s. Nathaniel and Sarah (Ward), Jan. 4, 1799. PR90

Henry E., s. Nathaniel and Sarah, Jan. 26, 1802, a. 7 m. GR8

Isaiah, lost overboard from the brig Gazelle, on his passage to Montevideo. Issue of Oct. 3, 1843. NR9

John, s. George, hydrocephalus, Mar. 4, 1825, a. 3 y.

John, seaman on board the brig Gleaner, Capt. Hunt, at sea. Issue of July 18, 1834. NR9

[John Macoll, only s. NR9] John B., bilious fever, Sept. 10, 1839, a. 3 m.

John B., merchant, h. ––––– (Oliver), s. Nathaniel and Sarah, suicide, June 7, 1846, a. 48 y. [a. 42 y. NR9]

John Punchard, at sea, Nov. 15, 1849, a. 17 y. CR5

Joseph [s. Enoch. NR9], on schooner Gen. Brooks, at St. Iago, [Jan. 22. NR9], 1825, a. 19 y.

Lois, d. Nathaniel and Elizabeth, Nov. 14, 1791.

Lucy, w. Enoch, dropsy, Oct. 10, 1841, a. 60 y.

Mary [Polly. NR9], d. wid. Sarah, consumption, Oct. 22, 1792, a. 24 y. CR4

Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Elizabeth, Sept. 25, 1778.

Nathaniel, jr., ––– ––, 1802. tomb. GR8

Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Sarah (Ward) [of the brig Nabby, at Martha's Vineyard. NR9], Oct. 31, 1809, a. 19 y. PR90 [a. 18 y. NR9]

Nathaniel [a Revolutionary soldier. NR9], old age, Mar. 19, 1839, a. 85 y.

Nathaniel, ship master [imprisoned on board the old Jersey prison ship during the Revolutionary War. NR9], s. Nathanaiel and Sarah, Feb. 20, 1845, a. 84 y.

Rebecca, w. Albert, a. 33 y. Issue of Mar. 6, 1835. NR9

Sarah, d. Nathaniel, dec., consumption, July 17, 1790, a. 32 y. CR4

Sara, d. John and Sara Mascoll, wid. Nathaniel, aged, Mar. 15, 1817, a. 86 y. CR4

Sarah, wid. [Capt. Benjamin. NR9], old age, Nov. 24, 1822, a. 85 y.

Sally, d. the late Aaron, dropsy in the head, Feb. 20, 1823, a. 9 y.

Sarah, w. Nathaniel, Sept. 9, 1837, a. 72 y. NR9

Sarah E[lizabeth. NR9], d. John B. and Hannah, cholera infantum, Aug. 21, 1845, a. 13 m.

Sarah, d. Nathaniel [and Sarah. PR90], dec., inflammatory fever, Jan. 3, 1846, a. 59 y.

Sarah, wid. [Capt. NR9] Nathaniel, d. Ebenezer and Mehitable Ward, consumption, Apr. 23, 1846, a. 84 y.

Sarah S[mith. NR9], d. Albert and Mary J., consumption, Feb. 5, 1849, a. 5¼ y. [a. 3 y. 3 m. NR9]

William B.S., s. George, hydrocephalus, June 27, 1825. [a. 5 m. CR11]

William Henry, s. twin, William, jr., Jan. 9, 1841, a. 15 m. 3 w. NR9 [a. 1 y. CR5]


KNIGHTS (Knight)

Benjamin, s. Nathaniel, dec., and Sarah, at sea, fever, Nov. 4, 1794, a. 18 y. CR4

Benjamin, Capt., m., mariner, palsy, July 12, 1798, a. 60 y. CR4


KNOWLTON

–––––, ch. Enos, a. 16 m. Issue of Sept. 7, 1821. NR9

C.M. [Caroline Matilda. NR9], d. William, measles, Jan. 25, 1830. a. 4 y.

Hannah (Fitz), of Ipswich, w. Nathaniel, childbed, Sept. 28, 1787, a. 23 y. CR4

L.A. [Lucy Ann. NR9], d. William, burnt, Feb. 9, 1829, a. 17 m.

Mary, Mrs., bur. Sept. 11, 1838, a. 84 y. NR9

[Sarah. NR8], w. Abraham, hectic, May 25, 1789, a. 30 y. CR1

Temple, bur. Apr. 28, 1812, a. 19 y. NR9

William, b. Dover, trader, s. Josiah and Meriam, scarlet fever, Aug. 19, 1847, a. 42 y.


KNOX

James, s. Noah, consumption, Oct. 12, 1840. a. 1 y.

Noah, b. Peacham, VT, laborer, h. ––––– (Cross), s. William and Ann, Dec. 10, 1849, a. 40 y.


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