INDIANS

–––––, –––––, woman (Sage), supposed murdered, May 24, 1786, a. 30 y.

–––––, –––––, woman, at the workhouse, Dec. 23, 1800, a. 25 y.

Coombs, Isaac, "hanged for murder of Indian woman Sage", Dec. 21, 1786, a. 39 y.

Meriah, servant of Mrs. Lee, bur. Mar. 3, 1758, a. 90 y. CR1

Peter, boy of Josiah Orne, bur. Nov. 10, 1756, a. 14 y. CR1


NEGROES

WILSON, –––––, –––––, "woman of Mrs. Mary Putman, and child of ye said negroe woman's a little after ye death of its mother," ––– ––, 1695. CR2

WILSON, –––––, –––––, woman of Marblehead, belonging to Mrs. Orne, bur. May 7, 1757. CR1

WILSON, –––––, –––––, woman servant of Capt. Samuell West, May 22, 1761. CR1

MANSFIELD, –––––, ch. Salem, lung fever, bur. May 1, 1786. CR11

ORNE, –––––, s. Salem, hectic, May 7, 1786, a. 3 y. CR1

WILSON, –––––, –––––, s. –––––, hectic, Sept. ––, 1786, a. 2 y. CR1

WILSON, –––––, –––––, a negro man, consumption, at South fields, bur. Feb. ––, 1788. CR11

GRANT, –––––, d. Primus, native of Africa, and Violet, of Woburn, May 8, 1789, a. 7 d. CR4

BROOKS, –––––, ch., wid. Phebey, decay, bur. Jan. 29, 1790. CR11

WILSON, –––––, –––––, w. John, deceased, chimney sweeper, bur. Mar. 7, 1790. CR11

DICKINSON, –––––, ch. wid., bur. June 19, 1791. CR11

SPRIGGS, –––––, ch. Barnett, bur. Sept. 5, 1791. CR11

GARDINER, –––––, w. Primus, hectic, Nov. 25, 1791, a. 26 y. CR1

MARTIN, –––––, ch. Thomas, bur. May 7, 1793. CR11

MORTON, –––––, s. Thomas, bur. Aug. 4, 1793. CR11

WILSON, –––––, –––––, ch. at Mrs. Betsy Orms, bur. May 19, 1795. CR11

BOWMAN, –––––, ch. Jack, bur. Feb. 17, 1798. CR11

BLIGHTON, –––––, ch. –––––, bur. Apr. 19, 1798. CR11

UPTON, –––––, ch. Flora, bur. July 10, 1799, a. 4 y. CR11

BARNS, –––––, decay, bur. June 22, 1800. CR11

FOSTER, –––––, d. Cato, bur. Feb. 17, 1801, a. 10 y. CR11

BLYTH, –––––, ch. –––––, dysentery and decay, bur. Sept. 27, 1801. CR11

WILSON, –––––, –––––, ch. blind Cesar, at the poorhouse, bur. Oct. 22, 1801. CR11

WILSON, –––––, –––––, w. Cuffee, "burnt to death in Thos. Martin's house," Apr. 13, 1802. PR34

WILLIAMS, –––––, ch. Andrew, bur. Oct. 15, 1802. CR11

HECTOR, –––––, w. Francis, bur. Nov. 13, 1802. CR11

WILSON, –––––, two, ch. –––––, at Northfield, bur. Apr. 6, 1803. CR11

BETTELL, –––––, rapid decay, bur. Apr. 11, 1803. CR11

FOSTER, –––––, w. Pompey, bur. Oct. 2, 1803. CR11

SMITH, –––––, ch. –––––, mulatto, bur. Dec. 12, 1804. CR11

FRANCIS, –––––, bur. Jan. 9, 1805. CR11

GREEN, –––––, w. –––––, a. 64 y. Issue of Mar. 30, 1810. NR9

HECTOR, –––––, bur. Feb. 14, 1812. CR11

CAMPBELL, –––––. Issue of July 7, 1812. NR9

BLACK, –––––, w. Jack. Issue of Nov. 24, 1812. NR9

WILLIAMS, –––––, s. Peter, bur. Dec. 19, 1817. CR11

SOWARD, –––––, wid., apoplexy, Jan. 18, 1818, a. 60 y.

PEDRICK, –––––, ch. stillborn Lucretia, Feb. 15, 1818.

JOHNSON, –––––, ch. –––––, at the workhouse, Dec. ––, 1820

BATTIS, –––––, marasmus, Apr. 5, 1821, a. 5 y.

WILSON, –––––, –––––, s. –––––, Apr. 15, 1821, a. 6 y.

WILSON, –––––, –––––, s. –––––, Oct. 11, 1821, a. 3 m.

BUNDLEY, –––––, inf. ch. Isom, Oct. 12, 1821. CR10

MUNROE, –––––, d. –––––, Oct. 31 [26. CR10], 1825, a. 18 m.

BURBET, –––––, sudden, Mar. 30, 1827, a. 2 y.

MORRIS, –––––, s. York, whooping cough, Feb. ––, 1828, a. 3 y.

FARMER, –––––, s. Prince, pneumonia, Aug. 6, 1828, a. 2 y.

POLLARD, –––––, Mr., a. abt. 70 y. Issue of July 11, 1834. NR9

CHEW, –––––, s. Henry, a. 14 m. Issue of July 22, 1834. NR9

HARRIS, –––––, Mr., a. abt. 75 y. Issue of Dec. 26, 1834. NR9

THOMAS, Aron, Capt., a. 34 y. Issue of June 29, 1819. NR9

GREEN, Abigail F., w. James H., a. 20 y. Issue of Sept. 10, 1833. NR9

GLASS, Abraham, jr., s. Abraham, consumption, Oct. 16, 1843, a. 2½ y.

MORE, Adam, drowned, on his passage to the West Indies, Aug. 22, 1791. NR9

BUNLEY, Adeline, phthisis pulmonalis, at the almshouse, June 20, 1826, a. 40 y.

Alice, Nov. 13, 1825, a. 90 y. CR10

SYMONDS, Andrew, dropsy, Jan. 1, 1819, a. 50 y. [a. abt. 43 y. CR11]

COOK, Ann, Nov. ––, 1825, a. 60 y.

LITTLE, Ann, at the almshouse, Apr. 20, 1830, a. 37 y.

Archer, Mary, Apr. 1, 1809, a. 78 y. GR1

RANDOLPH, Axom, steward on board the ship Bombay, on his passage from Manila to Boston, Sept. 14, 1846, a. 59 y. NR9

PEDRICK, Benjamin M., drowned, May 31, 1829, a. 16 y.

BROWN, Benjamin, s. James, consumption, Jan. 13, 1843, a. 1½ y.

MOORE, Bethuler, hemoptysis, Oct. 25, 1830, a. 22 y.

Boston, belonging to Stephen Higginson, bur. Dec. 24, 1756, a. 25 y. CR1

JAMES, Bristol, consumption, June 1, 1829, a. 55 y.

BROOKS, Cesar, old lung fever, bur. Nov. 24, 1789, a. 27 y. CR11

DIMAN, Cesar, Jan. 18, 1797, a. 84 y.

PRATT, Caesar, blind, a remarkable mathematician, a. 65 y. Issue of May 15, 1804. NR9

Caezar, blind, at the poorhouse. Issue of Jan. 1, 1805. NR9

KING, Caesar, drowned. Issue of June 1, 1813. NR9

GARDNER, Cambridge, fell over the wharf, bur. June 8, 1789. CR11

DICKENSON, Castor, bur. May 16, 1790. CR11

FREEMAN, Catherine, w. Mingo, dropsy, Sept. 26, 1791, a. 37 y. CR4

THOMAS, Catharine, w. –––––, fever, bur. June 17, 1802. CR11

MOORE, Catharine, pneumonia, Mar. 30 [Apr. 1. CR10], 1828, a. 22 y. [a. 23 y. CR10]

REDDINGTON, Catharine, at the almshouse, a. 70 y. Issue of Aug. 14, 1829. NR9

PHILLIPS, Catharine M. [Caroline W. CR11], consumption, Jan. 6 [9. CR11], 1830, a. 17 y.

RICHARDS, Catherine, wid. James, d. Peter and Nancy Emanuel, heart complaint, Mar. 31, 1846, a. 65 y.

Cato, "old," Nov. 25, 1746. PR57

Cato, nervous fever, bur. Apr. 19, 1782. CR11

RANSON, Cato, consumption, Aug. 14, 1819, a. 66 y.

MONTGOMERY, Cato, old age, at the almshouse, Aug. 27, 1830, a. 75 y.

REED, Celia, from Boston, bilious fever, Sept. 27, 1819, a. 23 y.

HOWARD, Charles, a. 75 y. Issue of May 25, 1815. NR9

LEMON, Charles, consumption, Jan. 26, 1821, a. 7 y.

HAWKINS, Charles, phthisis, at the Marine Hospital [Chelsea. NR9], Nov. 10, 1830, a. 65 y.

CHEW, Charles E.P., s. Henry, jr., whooping cough, Feb. 7, 1843, a. 16 m.

JAMES, Charles A., b. Lynn, s. Samuel and Susan, lung fever, July 13, 1847, a. 14 m.

STERRIS, Charles, b. Cape De Verde, seaman, consumption, Nov. 30, 1847, a. 38 y.

COREE, Charlotte, July 17, 1822, a. 1 y.

LEWIS, Charlotte D., d. John W., whooping cough, May 15, 1843, a. 16 m.

THOMAS, Chloe, wid. John, dropsy, Oct. 30, 1841, a. 65 y.

Christopher, ch. –––––, bur. Jan. 27, 1797. CR11

WHITE, Christopher, Jan. 30, 1823, a. 66 y.

WHITE, Christopher, bur. Oct. 9, 1826, a. abt. 5 m. CR11

Cuffaloe, m., from Boston and Barbadoes, consumption, Apr. 21, 1806, a. 50 y. CR4

GARDNER, Cuffey, old age, at the workhouse, Feb. 29, 1820, a. 77 y.

RULAFF, David Heber, bur. Dec. 10, 1829, a. abt. 4 y. CR11

BROWN, David, phthisis pulmonalis, Dec. 17, 1830, a. 39 y. PR651

DELAND, Dinah, wid. John, a. 80 y. Issue of May 21, 1819. NR9

RANSON, Dinah, consumption, Aug. 7, 1819, a. 27 y.

PRATT, Dinah, old age, at the almshouse, July 18, 1826, a. 95 y. [a. from 90 to 100 y. NR9]

PAINE, Dinah, bur. Nov. 4, 1828, a. supposed more than 100 y. NR9

BATTIS, Dorothy C., bur. Mar. 24, 1835, a. 26 y. NR9

HARDY, Dover [Harvey. NR9; Hervey. CR10], apoplexy, Jan. 15 [6. CR10], 1825, a. 60 y. [a. 64 y. NR9]

BURGESS, Eleanor, a. 5 y. Issue of Dec. 6, 1833. NR9

SMITH, Eleanor, a. 65 y. Issue of Oct. 17, 1834. NR9

DYER, Elenor, d. Elenor, consumption, Nov. 1, 1849, a. 62 y.

PHILLIPS, Eliza, consumption, bur. Nov. 26, 1820, a. 12 y. CR11

FRANCIS, Eliza Ann, consumption, June 1, 1821, a. 23 y.

HOLLIS, Eliza Ann, d. Richard and Margaret, at Boston, July 22, 1849, a. 29 y.

FRYE, Elizabeth, w. John, bur. at Danvers, d. June 1, 1824, a. 28 y.

DAVIS, Betsey, d. C. White, bur. Jan. 22, 1828, a. 45 y. CR11

WHITE, Betsy, phthisis pulmonalis, Jan. 30, 1828, a. 26 y.

MUMFORD, Elizabeth R., w. John, palsy, Dec. 12, 1840, a. 60 y.

DREW, Betsey, wid. John, age, Oct. 1, 1849, a. 71 y.

SHERMAN, Emma L., d. James L. and Nancy, infantile, Sept. 17, 1846, a. 3 w.

LEAMAN, B., Mrs., a. 39 y. Issue of June 13, 1826. NR9

WILSON, C., d. Benjamin, Feb. ––, 1827, a. 3 y.

MURPHY, Espacia, pneumonia, Feb. 25, 1825, a. 65 y.

HARRIS, Esther, d. Samuel and Esther, Mar. 30, 1848, a. 21 m.

DICKERSON, Fanny [Mrs. NR9], b. Woburn, h. Castor, d. Rev. J., age, Apr. 25, 1846, a. 100¾ y.

FARMER, –––––, ch. Mr., a. 2 m. Issue of Oct. 1, 1833. NR9

WILLIAMS, Fillis, sudden, at the almshouse, Feb. 22, 1825, a. 54 y.

BROWN, Filoe, "servant of Dr. Edward A. Holyoke," bur. Feb. 6, 1806. PR61

Flora, at the almshouse, a. 85 y. Issue of Jan. 7, 1806. NR9

JEANS, Flora, "once the widow of Bristow Hunt," belonging to Capt. William Hunt, at the almshouse, in an advanced age. Issue of Apr. 12, 1836. NR9

BROOKS, Flora, b. Maine, w. John, heart complaint, July 13, 1845, a. 39 y.

UPTON, Florinda, bur. Apr. 20, 1806. CR11

BROWN, Frances Ellen, d. James and Fanny, a. 3 y. Issue of Apr. 14, 1835. NR9

MITCHEL, Frances M., ch. John, lung fever, Apr. 25, 1841, a. 14 y.

TALBOT, Francis, a. 75 y. Issue of Jan. 29, 1813. NR9

STEWART, George W[ashington. NR9], accident, Oct. 14, 1828, a. 21 y.

PUTNAM, George, b. Boston, s. George and Jane, croup, Nov. 20, 1846, a. 4½ y.

SHERMAN, George, s. James S. and Nancy, inflammation of bowels, Sept. 12, 1847, a. 1 m.

CHEW, Hannah, d. Henry, consumption, Sept. 16, 1822, a. 8 y.

EVANS, Hannah Ann, d. John, a. 1 y. Issue of Mar. 17, 1846. NR9

CHADWICK, Harriet [Henrietta. NR9], d. John, hydrocephalus, Nov. 3, 1826, a. 5 y. [a. 5 y. 4 m. NR9]

LEWIS, Harriet, consumption, at the almshouse, July 31, 1829, a. 21 y.

DIXON, Harriet, d. George and Harriet, croup, Apr. 17, 1847, a. 5 y.

Harry, from a vessel belonging to J. Norris, Capt. Knight, commander, drowned Feb. 1, 1790.

WILSON, Henry, drowned, bur. Feb. 4, 1790. CR11

GINNINGS, Henry, putrid fever, at the workhouse, Apr. 6, 1821, a. 41 y.

MAPES, Henry, s. Henry, bleeding, Feb. 4, 1822, a. 2 w.

WHEATLAND, Henry G., aphthoe, bur. Aug. 21, 1825, a. 8 m. CR11

HOWARD, Isaac, formerly a domestic of Samuel Gardner, Esq., deceased, a. 60 y. Issue of Nov. 6, 1787. NR8

WILLIAMS, Isaac, consumption, at the poorhouse, June 18, 1818, a. 18 y. PR651 [a. 23 y. NR9]

BUNTLEY, Isom, Nov. 28, 1822, a. 55 y.

FREEMAN, Israel, ––– ––, 1832, a. 70 y. CR9

DEFREISE, Jacob, b. Surinam, laborer, heart complaint, Sept. 18, 1847, a. 30 y.

BEVERLEY, James, African race, small pox, Nov. 1, 1792, a. 22 y. CR4

BILLINGS, James, consumption, at the almshouse, Apr. 18, 1822, a. 29 y.

REDINGTON, James, old age [consumption. CR11], May 28, 1822, a. 76 y.

NICHOLS, James [consumption. CR11], sudden, at the almshouse, Feb. 12, 1825, a. 20 y.

LEWIS, James P., a missionary, a. 34 y. Issue of Oct. 7, 1831. NR9

WILLIAMS, James, seaman, h. Hannah (Hazard), suicide, Dec. 27, 1842, a. 57 y.

WILLIAMS, James S., s. Andrew and Juliann, consumption, June 13, 1846, a. 5 y.

COOPER, James R., s. Daniel J. and Catherine, lockjaw, Nov. 25, 1849, a. 11 2-3 y.

WILSON, Jane, derangement, at the workhouse, Nov. 13, 1820, a. 46 y.

CHADWICK, Jane, w. John [formerly of Hamilton. NR9], July 29, 1827, a. 36 y.

WILLIAMS, Jane, pericarditis, Jan. 29, 1830, a. 37 y.

WILLIAMS, Jane (Wilson), w. Abraham, palsey, Oct. 1, 1842, a. 51 y.

JACOBS, Jane, b. Middleton, w. Primus, age, Oct. 3, 1845, a. 79 y.

Jemme, belonging to Joseph Ropes, drowned passing Beverly ferry, May 28, 1748. PR57

BARNS, Jesse, drowned, July ––, 1828, a. 2 y.

Jethro, belonging to Mr. Hunt, bur. June 12, 1759. CR1

MACKY, Jack, suddenly, Mar. 20, 1782, a. 48 y. CR1

John, chimney sweeper, fell off chimney, bur. Nov. 6, 1789. CR11

BLACK, John, fever, Sept. 13, 1807, a. 65 y. CR4

DALAND, Jack, a. 65 y. Issue of Sept. 18, 1807. NR9

NASH, Jack, a. 30 y. Issue of Nov. 26, 1807. NR9

HORN, John [b. at Philadelphia, lately from sea. CR4], consumption, at the workhouse, June 4, 1819, a. 31 y.

BATTIS, John, consumption, Jan. 11, 1821, a. 10 y.

SAUNDERS, Jack, intemperance, Apr. 14, 1821, a. 38 y.

GEYER, John, peripneumonia, at the poorhouse, Apr. 24, 1821, a. 70 y.

RANSON, John, at Batavia, ship Hercules, James King, jr., master, ––– ––, 1822, a. 41 y.

SKINNER, John, at Charlestown, a. 27 y. Issue of Jan. 8, 1822. NR9

VOLINTINE, John, hydrothorax, at the almshouse, Sept. 16, 1822, a. 41 y.

SAUNDERS, John, Mar. 8, 1824, a. 45 y.

SMITH, John, drowned in Salem Harbour, May ––, 1825, a. 25 y.

SMITH, John, on schr. Virginia, at sea, ––– ––, 1826, a. 22 y.

WILSON, John, s. Benjamin, hydrocephalus, Feb. 22, 1827, a. 5 y.

CHADWICK, John, consumption, Dec. 5, 1827, a. 26 y.

BENNET, John, old age, at the almshouse, Sept. 8, 1829, a. 80 y.

FREEMAN, John. Issue of Oct. 30, 1832. NR9

FALLEY, John, bur. Feb. 13, 1833, a. 17 y. CR11

MUMFORD, John, h. Elizabeth R., laborer, palsy, Dec. 19, 1840, a. 75 y.

CHADWICK, John P., b. Hamilton, laborer, s. John, dropsy, Jan. 2, 1847, a. 60 y.

MILLER, John, a native of West India, drowned, in Mill Pond, Dec. 23, 1847, a. abt. 18 y. NR9

JAMES, John, laborer, s. Abraham and Lydia A., consumption, July 5, 1848, a. 19 y.

BROOKS, John, mariner, s. Cato, paralysis, Feb. 1, 1849, a. 72 y.

FARMER, Joseph, s. Prince, pneumonia, Sept. 30, 1822, a. 1 y.

PATEE, Joseph, fever, Dec. 20, 1826, a. 17 y.

HARVEY, Joseph, drowned ["wrecked in the brig Persia which sailed from Trieste 25, Nov. 1828 and was driven ashore on the eastern point of Cape Ann. " CR11], Mar. 11, 1829, a. 20 y. [cast away, Cape Cod, Feb. 23, 1829, a. 21 y. CR10]

LEWIS, Joseph T., s. John, fever, Dec. 12, 1843, a. 6 y.

BROWN, Joseph, b. Boston, mariner, fits, Oct. 1, 1844, a. 75 y.

LANE, Joshua, tabes mesenteria, at the almshouse, June ––, 1827, a. 3 y.

Juba, "negro man," bur. Feb. 28, 1799. CR11

Judith, servant of Capt. Barnard, bur. Nov. 4, 1758, a. 45 y. CR1

WILLIAMS, Julia, b. New York, w. Andrew, d. Cornelius and Isabel Sebery, consumption, Dec. 24, 1845, a. 32 y.

BUNN, Jupeter, of Beverly, consumption, at the poorhouse, Mar. 19, 1818, a. 53 y. PR651

COURTLAND, Litty, a. 48 y. Issue of Aug. 5, 1823. NR9

CAMPLIN, London, a. 55 y. Issue of Feb. 9, 1808. NR9

BATTIS, Lucretia, consumption, at the almshouse, Dec. ––, 1828, a. 40 y. [a. 42 y. NR9]

WHITE, Lucy, d. Chr, sudden, Nov. 15, 1818, a. 26 y.

BARNES, Lucy ]"col'd woman," aged. CR10], consumption, June [27. CR10], 1824, a. 60 y.

BLISS Lydia, consumption, at the almshouse, May 13, 1822, a. 33 y.

BLISS, Lydia, of Marblehead, a. 29 y. Issue of June 7, 1822. NR9

FRANCIS, Lydia, d. Frank, of Middleton, brain fever, Aug. 27, 1843, a. 43 y.

FRANCIS, Lydia A., d. Ephraim F. and Judith, lung fever, Dec. 15, 1845, a. 10 m.

SHILLABER, Lemon, a. 48 y. Issue of Sept. 30, 1825. NR9

READ, Peggy, w. William, apoplexy, Jan. 15 [4. CR10], 1822, a. 70 y.

FRANCIS, Margaret, dropsy, Jan. 8, 1826, a. 54 y.

FRANCIS, Margaret, Mrs., a. 64 y. Issue of Feb. 7, 1826. NR9

WHEATLAND, Margaret Ann, bur. Apr. 28, 1830, a. 14 m. CR11

FLETCHER, Margaret, Mrs., a. 50 y. Issue of Feb. 2, 1836. NR9

BURNHAM, Maria Manning, bur. Sept. 7, 1831. CR11

CLASS, Maria H., Mrs., a. 17 y. Issue of Jan. 29, 1836. NR9

BUTTS, Maria R., d. Alexander and Nancy, dysentery, Aug. 18, 1849, a. 3½ y.

WILLIAMS, Martha, w. William, phthisis pulmonalis, Mar. 14, 1824, a. 47 y.

DICKINSON, Martha, paraplegia, at the almshouse, Sept. 24, 1827, a. 45 y.

UPTON, M.A. [Martha A. NR9], d. Christopher, consumption, at the almshouse, May 10, 1828, a. 8 y.

NICHOLS, Martha, b. Middleton, w. John, d. C. and E. Francis, dropsy, Sept. 30, 1846, a. 41 y.

WILLIAMS, Mary, d. Mary, nervous fever, Jan. 2, 1819, a. 7 y.

WiLLIAMS, Mary, a. 19 y. Issue of Jan. 5, 1819. NR9

JACKSON, Mary, consumption, Nov. 18, 1819, a. 66 y.

WILLIAMS, Mary, lung fever, at the workhouse, Feb. 11, 1823, a. 27 y.

GOODHUE, Mary, sudden, Aug. 27, 1826, a. 32 y.

NEWBY, Mary, b. Philadelphia, consumption, Jan. 3, 1848, a. 35 y.

THOMAS, Mercy, fever, May ––, 1825, a. 12 y. [Issue of May 24. NR9]

Michael, a freedman of Martinico, worn out, Feb. 22, 1792, a. 55 y. CR4

DIVER, Middleton, Jan. 28, 1798, a. 49 y.

LAWRENCE, Moses W., enteritis, Oct. 7, 1826, a. 19 y.

GREEN, Nancy, dropsy, May 29, 1819, a. 18 m.

MASON, Nancy, age, Oct. 28, 1824, a. 78 y.

MOORE, Nancy, wid., consumption, May 20 [19. CR10], 1825, a. 58 y. [a. 49 y. NR9]

FARWELL, Nancy, intemperance, July 23, 1827, a. 23 y.

HAWKINS, Nancy, d. Nancy, a. 2 y. Issue May 6, 1834. NR9

Nero, servant of Mrs. Molly Hicks, bur. after Nov. 29, 1758, a. 50 y. CR1

PANE, Nero, drowned, Aug. 26, 1794. NR9

GARDNER, Newbury, old age, Apr. 19 [8. PR82], 1819, a. 80 y. [a. 93 y. PR82]

Newbury, a native of Africa, servant in the Revolutionary army. Issue of Apr. 20, 1819. NR9

MURRAY, Octavius, pneumonia, at the almshouse, Nov. 1, 1828, a. 5 y.

DICKERSON, Ovid, b. New Hampshire, laborer, s. Castor and Fanny, dropsy, July 23, 1846, a. 81 y.

Patrick, belonging to Mrs. Higginson, bur. Mar. 22, 1756, a. 60 y. CR1

Pero, chimney sweeper. Issue of Apr. 26, 1791. NR9

Peter, servant of Mrs. Jeffry, bur. Apr. ––, 1758, a. 50 y. CR1

FISK, Peter, bur. Mar. 7, 1802. CR11

GREEN, Peter, b. in Africa, servant of Maj. Gen. N. Green, aged, Nov. 17, 1815, a. 80 y. CR4

WILLIAMS, Peter, a. 10 y. Issue of Aug. 15, 1817. NR9

MOTT, Peter, from New York, drowned from on board the ship Warrington, July 15, 1818, a. 25 y.

JOHNSON, Peter, suddenly, at the poorhouse, Oct. 25, 1818, a. 45 y. PR651

LEFFAGE, Peter, intemperance, Sept. 8, 1820, a. 51 y.

WILLIAMS, Peter, phthisis pulmonalis, Sept. 30, 1826, a. 50 y.

CHADWICK, Peter, phthisis pulmonalis, May 12, 1830, a. 20 y.

Philo, Feb. 4, 1806. PR79

BATTIS, Phebe, consumption, July 10, 1819, a. 16 y.

BROWN, Phoebe H., w. Jacob, consumption, Oct. 29, 1843, a. 68 y.

BLACK, Phillis, w. Jack. Issue of Sept. 13, 1805. NR9

MANNING, Primus, bur. July 17, 1800. CR11

HAMBLETON, Prince, from Connecticut, at the almshouse, a. 85 y. Issue of Nov. 22, 1796. NR9

JACKSON, Priscilla, w. Richard [formerly of Providence. NR9], inflammation of bowels, Mar. 4, 1842, a. 29 y.

GLOSS, Rachel, formerly of Manchester, a. 21 y. Issue of Apr. 1, 1834. NR9

JONES, Rebecca, alias Paine, by violence, at the house of John Paine. Issue of Aug. 12, 1834. NR9

RANSON, Remember (Freeman), wid. Cato, age, Oct. 2, 1843, a. 84 y.

TABOT, Rhoda, dropsy, at the almshouse, Feb. 5, 1825, a. 70 y.

ELDRIDGE, Rhoda, wid. Cato, heart complaint, Nov. 3, 1842, a. 50 y.

HOLLIS, Richard, apoplexy, Mar. 8, 1831, a. 65 y. CR10

BATEMAN, Robert, consumption, at the workhouse, July 14, 1820, a. 24 y.

PARKER, Robert, consumption, Aug. 27, 1828, a. 70 y.

DICKERSON, Robert, by fall, May 15, 1836. NR9

SMITH, Robert, b. Halifax, N.S., mariner, consumption, Aug. 1, 1848, a. 27 y.

Roger, servant of Capt. Allen, drowned, July 25, 1793, a. 27 y. CR4

Rose, bur. Mar. 31, 1801. CR11

DEAN, Rose, oldest person in town [at the charity house. NR9], Apr. 11, 1802, a. supposed 101 y. PR82

Rose, servant of, wid. H. Webb, palsy, Jan. 5, 1804, a. 31 y. CR4

FOSTER, Rose, old age, at the poorhouse, Feb. 23, 1818, a. 58 y. PR651

JEWETT, Rose Ann, Feb. 28, 1825, a. 26 y.

CUMMINGS, Rufus, fever, bur. at Roxbury, d. Apr. 20, 1818, a. 20 y.

ORNE, Salem, phthisis pulmonalis, Mar. 2, 1786, a. 29 y.

ORNE, Salem, June ––, 1806, a. 60 y. CR1

WEBB, Samson, bur. Feb. 9, 1808, a. 55 y. CR11

JOHNSON, Sally [Sarah. CR11], wid., and, d. Christopher White, a. 29 y. Issue of Nov. 20, 1818. NR9

SEABURY, Sally, d. Peter, throat distemper, Mar. 6, 1820, a. 3 y.

CHADWICK, Sally Ann, d. John, dropsy, May 19, 1820, a. 10 m.

FREEMAN, Sally, at the almshouse, a. 32 y. Issue of Dec. 21, 1821. NR9

ENDICOTT, Sally, phthisis pulmonalis, at the workhouse, May 23, 1823, a. 27 y.

HORRIS, Sally, intemperance, Feb. 20, 1827, a. 28 y.

POLLARD, Sally, consumption, at the almshouse, Feb. 20, 1839, a. 30 y.

SMITH, Sally, m., d. William Williams, lung fever, Mar. 22, 1842, a. 44 y.

WHITE, Sarah, d. Christopher, canker, Mar. 28, 1842, a. 13 y.

SHILLABER, Sally, at the almshouse, Dec. 5, 1847, a. 83 y. NR9

FREEMAN, Cipio, bur. Sept. 30, 1796. CR11

Scipio, Sept. 30, 1796, a. abt. 53 y.

DELAND, Scipio, at the poorhouse. Issue of Dec. 29, 1807. NR9

BARTLET, Scipio, a Revolutionary pensioner, a. 77 y. Issue of Mar. 11, 1828. NR9

PETERS, Simeon, consumption, July 6, 1830, a. 49 y.

HARVEY, Susan, b. Hamilton, wid. Dover, d. Ellen Cook, lung fever, Nov. 11, 1847, a. 69 y.

REMOND, Susan L., d. John L. and Ruth B., lung fever, Sept. 24, 1848, a. 2 y.

JACKSON, Susannah, wid., a. 67 y. Issue of Nov. 23, 1819. NR9

WILLIAMS, Sylva, w. John, typhus, June 5, 1841, a. 21 y.

MARTIN, Thomas, formerly the servant of Luther Martin, Esq., of Baltimore, a. 53 y. Issue of Feb. 12, 1808. NR9 [a. 52 y. CR11]

JONES, Thom[as. NR9], Mar. 31, 1808. PR79

MORE, Thomas, delirious with a fever wandered away and drowned. Issue of June 4, 1811. NR9

PIPER, Thomas. Issue of July 30, 1816. NR9

KING, Thomas, at the charity house, dropsy, Feb. 12, 1817, a. 34 y. CR4

BUTLER, Thomas, a. 59 y. Issue of Sept. 7, 1838. NR9

WILSON, Thomas F., s. Thomas C., lung fever, Mar. 18, 1844, a. 4½ y.

[GUINEA, Titus, old age. CR1], Apr. 1, 1790, a. 66 y.

CABOT, Titus, dropsy, bur. Oct. 7, 1800. CR11

FOSTER, Titus, aged, froze, Jan. 22, 1812. NR9

LANE, Titus, consumption, Jan. 6, 1823, a. 55 y.

Tuesday, belonging to Jos. Cabot, bur. June 14, 1756, a. 13 y. CR1

GRANT, Violet, Mar. 30, 1791, a. 37 y. CR4

THOMPSON, Violet, Mar. 3, 1826, a. 57 y.

PRESCOTT, Violet, old age, at the almshouse, Nov. 22, 1830, a. 80 y.

ROBINSON, Violet, b. Marblehead, wid. Peter, age, Nov. 6, 1849, a. 78 y.

BROOKS, Walter ["wrecked in the brig Persia of this town which sailed from Trieste 25 Nov. 1828 and was driven ashore on the eastern point of Cape Ann on the night of Mar. 5th or 6th," 1829. CR11], drowned, Mar. 11, 1829, a. 22 y.

PUTNAM, Wendell P.N., s. George and Jane, June 11, 1847, a. 10 m.

NEWMAN, William, from Providence, mariner, at the charity house, worn out, May 19, 1806, a. 20 y. CR4

WILLIAMS, William, cook on board the ship Erin, Capt. N. Cook, on his passage from Batavia, Aug. 28, 1819. Issue of Nov. 9, 1819. NR9

LOW, William, consumption, at the workhouse, Sept. 3, 1820, a. 25 y.

TAYLOR, William, at the almshouse, a. 13 y. Issue of Jan. 18, 1822. NR9

HART, William, of New York, typhus fever, at the almshouse, May 25, 1824, a. 16 y.

RANSON, William [s. Cato. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, June 10, 1826, a. 37 y.

MUMFORD, William, phthisis pulmonalis, Oct. 27, 1826, a. 22 y.

STEWART, William, massacred, on the Island of Juan de Nova, by the natives of Madagascar. Issue of Mar. 16, 1830. NR9

GARDNER, William, old age [b. Jamaica, W.I. NR9], at the almshouse, Oct. 25, 1830, a. 92 y. [a. abt. 100 y. NR9]

WILSON, William, a. 45 y. Issue of Dec. 6, 1833. NR9

JOHNSON, William, consumption, bur. Sept. 14, 1840, a. 54 y. CR11

MORRIS, William R., s. William R., fits, Feb. 24, 1844, a. 5 w.

WILLIAMS, William, b. Alexandria, DC, laborer, age, Oct. 23, 1844, a. 80 y.

JONES, William, b. Virginia, laborer, gravel, July 8, 1847, a. 72 y. [a. 73 y. NR9]

SMITH, William, s. Elavio and Mary, cholera infantum, Aug. 12, 1848, a. 13 m.

SEYMOUR, William R., s. William and Susan, lung fever, Nov. 7, 1848, a. 2½ y.

MORRIS, York, a. 48 y. Issue of Oct. 10, 1834. NR9


SURNAME MISSING

–––––, –––––, a gentleman from West Indies, dropsy, bur. Dec. 7, 1783. CR11

–––––, –––––, a stranger, at Knocker's Hole, convulsions, bur. Dec. 27, 1783. CR11

–––––, –––––, grand, ch. Mrs. Newton, bur. Aug. 4, 1790. CR11

–––––, –––––, ch. –––––, quincy, bur. Mar. 29, 1799, a. 4 y. CR11

–––––, –––––, Mrs., d. sexton Crowel, at the poorhouse, bur. June 6, 1801. CR11

–––––, –––––, grand, ch. John Honey, dysentery, bur. Aug. 22, 1802. CR11

–––––, –––––, a stranger, at Mr. Fisk's, bur. Oct. 20, 1805. CR11

–––––, –––––, a stranger, at the poorhouse, bur. May ––, 1807. CR11

–––––, –––––, a stranger, from Mrs. Collins, bur. Aug. 30, 1807. CR11

–––––, –––––, a foreigner, at the poorhouse, bur. Oct. 24, 1808. CR11

–––––, –––––, a stranger, at the poorhouse, bur. Jan. 27, 1809. CR11

–––––, –––––, d. –––––, in care of Michael and Mary (Ryan) Hardigan, from Ireland, atrophy, Nov. 15, 1811, a. 4 y. CR4

–––––, –––––, of Ireland, bur. Aug. 22, 1822. CR11

–––––, –––––, a native of Greece, bur. Sept. ––, 1826. CR11

–––––, –––––, ch. –––––, Jan. 19, 1832, a. 2 w. CR10

–––––, –––––, Cesar, burnt by powder, bur. Dec. 23, 1803. CR11

–––––, –––––, Cesar, blind, at the poorhouse, bur. Dec. 29, 1804. CR11


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