CABAN

Samuel, s. Samuel, from France, mariner, and Susanna (Rue), dysentery, Oct. 16, 1801, a. 1 y. 2 m. CR4

–––––, ch. –––––, a. 1 y. Issue of Sept. 2, 1817. NR9

William, pneumonitis, at the almshouse, June 12, 1830, a. 43 y.

Susan, Mrs., smallpox, Nov. 29, 1834, a. abt. 50 y. NR9


CABOT

–––––, Uncle, June 7, 1742. PR57

–––––, w. Dr., June 14, 1746. PR57

Elizabeth, d. Joseph and Elizabeth (Higginson), Apr. 16, 1747.

Andrew, s. Joseph and Elizbeth (Higginson), Jan. 1, 1749.

John, physician, June 3, 1749, a. 44 y. GR1

William Clark, s. John and Hannah, Dec. 9, 1750, a. 1 y. 2 m. GR1

Mary, w. Francis, June 15, 1756. GR7 [a. 32 y. CR1]

–––––, w. Abraham, bur. Aug. 22, 1758, a. 82 y. CR1

John, s. Dr. [only s. wid. CR1], measles, Apr. 20, 1759. PR57 [a. 11 y. CR1]

Hannah, wid., Nov. 3, 1764. PR57

Anna, d. Francis, merchant, Mar. 30, 1768, in her 22d y. NR2

Elizabeth, d. Francis, Esq., Apr. 6, 1771, a. 20 y. NR4

Mary, d. Francis, Esq., Nov. 1, 1771, a. 22 y. NR4

Joseph, Capt., Feb. 5, 1774, in his 29th y. NR4

Stephen, ––– ––, 1778. CR1

–––––, wid., bur. Oct. 28, 1781. PR84

Elizabeth [w. Francis, Esq. NR7], palsy, June 15, 1785, a. 68 y.

–––––, bur. June 17, 1785. PR84

Francis [merchant. NR6], Apr. 12, 1786, a. 70 y.

–––––, s. Francis, pertussis, May 9, 1786, a. 5 y. 6 m. CR1

[Anna. CR1], w. Francis [d. Capt. John Clarke. NR8], childbed, Sept. 9, 1788, a. 28 y. [a. 27 y. CR1]

Joseph, bur. Nov. 19, 1799. CR11 [a. 28 y. NR9]

Eliza, d. Francis, hectic, May ––, 1807, a. 18 y. CR1

Rebecca, wid. Joseph, merchant, d. the late Timothy Orne, sr., merchant, lung fever, Nov. 17, 1818, a. 70 y.

George, of Boston, strangury, Apr. 1, 1823, a. 72 y. CR1

William P., s. Joseph, Esq., dec., consumption, Dec. 25, 1826, a. 27 y.

Martha L., b. Lunenburg, w. Joseph S., Apr. 21, 1844, a. 30 y.


CAGILL

Daniel, on the wreck of the ship Margaret from Naples, wrecked May ––, 1810, received news July 21, 1810. PR82


CAGNAY

Mary, b. Ireland, wid. Martin, bowel complaint, Feb. 17, 1846, a. 65 y.


CAHILL

Thomas, b. Ireland, laborer, scarlet fever, Aug. 13, 1847, a. 26 y.


CAHOO

Paul, at the almshouse, a. 67 y. Issue of Jan. 6, 1801. NR9

Eliza, Sept. 26, 1828. CR13

Mary, June ––, 1836. CR13


CAIN

William, from Scotland, a. 37 y. Issue of Feb. 14, 1809. NR9


CAISON

Catherine, w. John, consumption, Jan. 12, 1841, [1840. GR9], a. 40 y.


CALAGHAN

Timothy [Callaghan. NR9], s. Patrick and Catherine, lung fever, Apr. 2, 1849, a. 7 w.


CALDWELL

Stephen, a. 40 y. Issue of Dec. 17, 1793. NR9

Ester, d. Daniel and Abigail (Carrol from Ipswich), fever, Sept. 10, 1800, a. 9 m. CR4

Jacob, mate with Capt. Jonathan Bickford, sailed from Trinidad Mar. 8, in the brig Hector, lost at sea, ––– ––, 1807. PR82

Stephen, a. 21 y. Issue of July 25, 1809. NR9

Sally, w. Josiah, a. 27 y. Issue of Dec. 15, 1812. NR9

Sally Ann, d. Josiah, a. 6 m. Issue of Mar. 23, 1813. NR9

Abigail, Mrs., bur. July 29, 1814, a. 43 y. NR9

Eunice, a. 23 y. Issue of Nov. 7, 1817. NR9

Ebenezer, gastritis, Sept. 28, 1823, a. 56 y.

Mary, wid. [Jacob. NR9], chronic diarrhea, Nov. 25, 1823, a. 46 y.

Mary, wid., schirrus pylorus, Oct. 5, 1824, a. 70 y.

Abigail, Mrs., suddenly, July 5, 1831, a. 57 y. NR9

–––––, ch. Daniel, a. 4 w. Issue of Mar. 16, 1832. NR9

[Mary, wid. NR9], "Stephen Badger's family," old age, Feb. 12, 1839, a. 74 y. [a. 73 y. NR9]

Hannah Elizabeth, d. Jacob, a. 20 m. Issue of May 28, 1841. NR9

Augustine, carpenter, suddenly, Oct. 14, 1842, a. 28 y. NR9


CALEB

Elizabeth [Calub. NR9], w. Antonio, typhus fever, Sept. 28, 1822, a. 47 y. [a. 42 y. NR9]

F.L. [Ferdinand Louis. NR9], s. Antonio, smothered, Dec. 4, 1826, a. 6 w.


CALEF

William Horton, s. John, Aug. 26, 1842, a. 1 y. 16 d. GR9


CALL

–––––, Mrs. Issue of Dec. 9, 1794. NR9

Elizabeth, wid., fever, Jan. 19, 1842, a. 67 y.

Aaron W., b. Marblehead, seaman, s. Henry and Elizabeth, lung fever, Apr. 21, 1847, a. 37 y.


CALLAM (Callum)

Lydia Bowden, d. John and Susannah, Jan. 9, 1802, a. 9 y. GR7

Susan, fever, Apr. 26, 1843, a. 78 y.


CALLEY (Cally)

Dorcas (Kane), wid. Mathew, fever, Apr. 5, 1811, a. 57 y. CR4

William, intemperance, Feb. 27, 1824, a. 36 y.


CALLUM (Callam, Kallam)

Jonathan, s. John and Elizabeth (Beans), Nov. ––, 1704.

John, seaman, on board the sloop Joseph, Capt. Brown. Issue of Dec. 3, 1818. NR9

Susan, intemperance, Feb. 1, 1821, a. 24 y.

Sarah, a. 74 y. Issue of May 23, 1834. NR9

Mary, a. 79 y. Issue of Aug. 8, 1834. NR9


CALLY (Calley)

Benjamin E., s. William, colic, July 28, 1818, a. 9 y.


CALOP

Betsey, Mrs., a. 27 y. Issue of Feb. 25, 1834. NR9


CAMPBELL

William, May 1, 1751. PR57

–––––, wid. William, a. 88 y. Issue of May 20, 1803. NR9

Elizabeth, Mrs., a. 52 y. Issue of Dec. 28, 1821. NR9

John, old age, at the almshouse, Jan. 2, 1823, a. 87 y.

Sally (Cleland), formerly w. ––––– Smith, Mar. 29, 1830. CR13

John, s. Capt. John, Sept. 23, 1833, a. 18 m. NR9

–––––, Mrs., family of Thomas, consumption, Jan. 14, 1839, a. 62 y.

John, consumption, Apr. 6, 1840, a. 43 y.

Mary P., d. Joseph, consumption, Dec. 22, 1843, a. 13 y.

Joseph, b. Ireland, consumption, May 5, 1846, a. 48 y.

Julia, b. Ireland, d. Patrick and Mary, worms, Jan. 9, 1848, a. 4 y.


CAMPLIN

Richard, Apr. 23, 1662. CTR


CAMWELL

George, found dead on the turnpike, near Putnam's farm, Oct. 21, 1820, a. 70 y. NR9


CANADA

Daniel, sr., June 11, 1695. CTR

James, Capt., a. 45 y. Issue of Feb. 8, 1803. NR9


CANARE (Canary)

Margaret, of Lynn, b. Lynn, d. John, lung fever, at Lynn, Mar. 17, 1841, a. 9 m.


CANARY (Canare)

John, b. Ireland, sudden, July 5, 1841, a. 28 y.


CANDLER (Chandler)

Ann, w. John, and d. Joseph Moseley, dec., childbirth, May 17, 1820, a. 26 y.


CANNEY

Eliza Ann, d. Moses B., Jan. 2, 1837. NR9

Zalmon, consumption, a. 25 y. Issue of Sept. 6, 1837. NR9

Elizabeth Ann, d. Zalman, deceased, a. 5 m. Issue of Dec. 1, 1837. NR9


CANTLEBURY

William, 1: 4m: 1663. CTR


CARBERRY

John [from Waterford, Ireland. CR4], typhus fever, at the workhouse, Aug. 10, 1820. [Aug. 9, 1819. CR4], a. 38 y.


CARD

–––––, w. Thomas, fever, Dec. 9, 1827, a. 70 y.


CAREY (Ceary)

Joseph, pneumonia, Nov. 2, 1821, a. 56 y. [a. 50 y. NR9]

John, a. 30 y. Issue of Sept. 22, 1837. NR9

Denison W., of Danvers, s. Joseph, deceased, consumption, at Danvers, May 15, 1841, a. 39 y.

Sarah, wid. Joseph, d. Joseph and Abigail Wallis, consumption, Nov. 17, 1845, a. 72 y.

James H., s. Bridget, consumption, Aug. 17, 1846, a. 11 m.

John, s. William and Mary Ann, June 4, 1848, a. 13 m. NR9


CARLETON (Carlton)

Elizabeth [White. CR4], d. William, deceased [and Elizabeth. CR4], printer, adopted d. Capt. Joseph White, consumption, Oct. 21, 1818, a. 21 y. [a. 19 y. CR4]

Thomas [native of Ireland. NR9], at the almshouse [in an advanced age. NR9], Dec. ––, 1834. CR14 [Issue of Dec. 31, 1833. NR9]


CARLILE

[Catherine. CR11], d. Thomas, whooping cough, Aug. 26, 1821, a. 16 m.

Thomas, Rev., at Providence, Mar. 28, 1824, a. 32 y. CR11


CARLIN

Michael, bur. Dec. 3, 1832. CR11

Samuel, a. 46 y. Issue of Dec. 4, 1832. NR9

Elizabeth [Betsey. CR11], b. Marblehead, d. Jeremiah and Elizabeth Daley [wid. Samuel. CR11], consumption, May 3, 1845, a. 54 y.


CARLTON (Carleton)

–––––, w. –––––, June 17, 1748. PR57

–––––, Capt., "old," Mar. 9, 1767. PR57

William, Capt., at Barbados, a. 46 y. Issue of July 5, 1791. NR9

Mary, d. twin, William, printer, and Elizabeth (Cooke), cough and dysentery, Nov. 3, 1801, a. 9 y. CR4

Elizabeth, w. Benjamin, d. Dea. Samuel Holman, a. 39 y. Issue Dec. 29, 1801. NR9 [Dec. 25. GR7]

–––––, ch. –––––, scarletina, bur. Dec. 10, 1803. CR11

Samuel, Col. [active officer in the Revolutionary War. NR9], h. Eunice (Hunt), palsy, Mar. 28, 1804, a. 73 y. CR4

Charles Cooke, s. William and Elizabeth (Cooke), fever, Oct. 14, 1804, a. 14 m. CR4

William [editor of the Salem Register. NR9], printer, s. William and ––––– (Palfry), h. ––––– (Cooke), fever, July 24, 1805, a. 34 y. CR4

Elizabeth, d. Charles and ––––– (Stone) Cooke [proprietress of the Salem Register. NR9], wid. William, consumption, Aug. 25, 1805, a. 34 y. CR4

–––––, ch. ––––– [ch. Samuel. NR9], dysentery, bur. Oct. 4, 1807. CR11

Mary, d. Col. Samuel, deceased, consumption, Dec. 18, 1814, a. 47 y. CR4

Mary, w. Thomas, from Ireland, a. 55 y. Issue of June 23, 1815. NR9

John, s. Joseph, a. 5 y. 8 m. Issue of July 22, 1817. NR9

James B., Aug. 24, 1818. PR384

Frazier, s. Frazier, worms, Aug. 25, 1818, a. 14 m.

Benjamin, consumption, at the workhouse, Sept. 8, 1820, a. 55 y. [a. 50 y. dup.]

Joseph, seaman, at Havanna. Issue of July 10, 1821. NR9

Joseph [s. Samuel, of Hancock, NH NR9], intemperance, Sept. 17, 1824, a. 44 y.

Henry W., Feb. 9, 1826. PR384

Eunice [d. Wm. and Eunice (Bowditch) Hunt. dup.], wid. [w. Col. Samuel. GR8], age, Aug. 13, 1827, a. 97 y.

–––––, s. Frazer, dropsy in the head, Feb. ––, 1828, a. 20 m. [Issue of Feb. 12. NR9]

Deborah, w. Rev. Michael, Oct. ––, 1831. PR77

Phineas, formerly of Andover, a. 73 y. Issue of Jan. 13, 1832. NR9

James Gardner, s. Ambrose, of Richmond, VA, Aug. 5, 1834, a. 14 m. NR9

Francis Perkins, s. Rev. Michael, Mar. 26, 1836, a. 19 m. NR9

Martha B., w. Frederick A., Aug. 17, 1838, a. 23 y. GR8

Samuel, Oct. 7, 1839, a. 43 y. NR9

Louisa Amelia, w. Oliver, Esq., and d. Hon. Bailey Bartlett, deceased, at Haverhill, June 20, 1840, a. 30 y. NR9

Daniel H[askell. NR9], s. Jonathan F., consumption, Oct. 15, 1841, a. 4½ m.

Hannah, d. Col. [Samuel and Eunice Hunt. T.R. ], deceased, erysipelas, Sept. 7, 1842, a. 79 y.

Maria, b. Nova Scotia, w. Frazier, d. James Boyd, consumption, Aug. 19, 1847, a. 53 y.

Charles M[ichael. NR9], b. Hopkinton, NH, student, s. Michael and Deborah, scrofula, Oct. 11, 1848, a. 21 y.

Ezekiel, b. Andover, s. Ezekiel, lung fever, bur. at Andover, d. May 22, 1849, a. 73 y.

Lucy, wid. Thomas, d. Jonathan Glover, consumption, Aug. 22, 1849, a. 69 y.


CARMODY

John O., s. John O., inflammation of bowels, at the almshouse, Apr. 8, 1839, a. 3 y.


CARNELL

–––––, Mrs., at the almshouse, in an advanced age, Issue of Dec. 31, 1833. NR9


CARNES (Keirnes)

John, Capt., h. Lydia (Derby), at Cape of Good Hope, Dec. 12, 1796, a. 41 y. CR4

Samuel, bur. June 28, 1808, a. 45 y. NR9

Hannah, wid., a. 78 y. Issue of Aug. 6, 1811. NR9

William, intemperance, Nov. 30, 1827, a. 45 y.

Jonathan [one of the earliest navigators of the East India trade. NR99], palsy, Dec. 8, 1827, a. 70 y.

Mary K., w. Matthew M., Sept. 4, 1834, a. 28 y. GR7

Lydia, d. Samuel, deceased, consumption, Dec. 20, 1842, a. 44 y.

Hannah [M. NR9], d. Samuel and Abigail, consumption, Aug. 26, 1846, a. 50 y.

Rebecca, wid. Jonathan, d. William and Mary Vans, age, Nov. 9, 1846, a. 83 y.


CARNEY

John, steward, ship Augusta, at sea, ––– ––, 1827, a. 25 y.


CAROLL (Carroll)

Nancy, d. James and Hannah, d. John Webb, quinsy, Nov. 29, 1803, a. 6 y. CR4


CARPENDER (Carpenter)

Silas, 18: 4m: 1751. PR5


CARPENTER (Carpender)

Polly, d. Capt. and Hester, bur. Mar. 6, 1794. CR11

Esther, w. Capt. Benjamin, July 28, 1794. PR55

Hester, w. Capt. [Benjamin. NR9], bur. July 31, 1794. CR11

William, s. Capt. Benjamin, bur. Apr. 5, 1795. CR11

–––––, d. Capt., bur. Apr. 16, 1810. PR61

G.E.A., on the ship Margaret, Capt. William Fairfield, belonging to John Crowninshield, ship wrecked, at sea. Issue of July 24, 1810. NR9

William H. [William. C. GR9], s. William, infantile, Nov. 9, 1841, a. 1 w.

Harriet, b. ME, fever, Aug. 24, 1843, a. 19 y.


CARR

Elizabeth, d. John, convulsions, June 3, 1842, a. ½ m.

John, jr., s. John [and Elizabeth. NR9], fits, June 3, 1844, a. 5 y.

Margaret, d. John [and Elizabeth. NR9], fever, June 11, 1844, a. 3½ y.

Catherine, d. John [and Elizabeth. NR9], fever, June 18, 1844, a. 12 y.

Michael, s. Patrick, dropsy, July 8, 1844, a. 9 m.

Ann, d. Robert and Mary, consumption, Dec. 17, 1847, a. 19 y.

Ann, b. Stoddard, NH, w. Benjamin, d. Abijah, jr. and Mary Jenkins, brain complaint, bur. at NH, d. Oct. 1, 1848, a. 28 y.


CARREL (Carroll)

–––––, s. –––––, fishing in a schooner near Cape Cod, lost abt. Oct. 9, 1804. PR82


CARRELL (Carroll)

Hannah, wid., Oct. 9, 1841, a. 88 y. NR9


CARRELTON

Mary, Sept. ––, 1837, a. 7 y. CR14


CARRIL (Carroll)

–––––, ch. Nathaniel, ––– ––, 1699. CR2


CARRILL (Carroll)

Elisabeth, bur. Mar. 8, 1774. PR655

–––––, ch. Mrs., bur. Nov. 15, 1812. PR61


CARROL (Carroll)

Mary, wid., consumption, Jan. 26, 1786, a. 60 y. CR4


CARROLL (Caroll, Carrel, Carrell, Carril, Carrill, Carrol, Caryl)

Samuel, Capt., a. 70 y. Issue of Jan. 20, 1789. NR8

James [Carrel. PR385], s. James, mariner, and ––––– (Webb), with Capt. Putnam, lost at sea, ––– ––, 1800, a. 19 y. CR4 [a. 20 y. PR385]

James, mariner, b. Berwick, ME, h. Hannah Webb, d. John, consumption, July 13, 1804, a. 55 y. CR4

Mary, d. James, deceased, and H. (Webb), atrophy, Dec. 30, 1804, a. 7 y. CR4

John P., typhus fever, Nov. 27, 1823, a. 22 y.

Esther, age, July 31, 1829, a. 84 y.

Mary, formerly of Marblehead, consumption, Oct. 11, 1846, a. 58 y. NR9

Mary, b. Ireland, w. Dennis, jaundice, Feb. 11, 1848, a. 26 y.


CARSIA

–––––, Mrs., cholera morbus, Aug. 22, 1839, a. 35 y.


CARTER

Hannah, a. 16 y. Issue of May 15, 1810. NR9

James Lawrence, s. Paul, a. 2 y. 6 m. Issue of Jan. 19, 1816. NR9

Lucy, w. Paul, a. 48 y. Issue of Apr. 13, 1832. NR9

Joseph, s. Joseph, bur. Feb. 12, 1833, a. 3 y. CR11

Catharine, a. 7 y. Issue of Sept. 22, 1837. NR9

Paul, dropsy, May 4, 1840, a. 69 y. [a. 62 y. NR9]

Jane, d. Paul and Elizabeth, consumption, Nov. 5, 1843, a. 28 y.

Martha L., d. John and Sarah Jane, consumption, June 28, 1846, a. 8 m.


CARWICK

–––––, ch. Henry, bur. Feb. 23, 1806. PR61

John, suddenly a. 28 y. Issue of July 1, 1806. NR9

–––––, ch. stillborn, Henry, bur. July 6, 1807. PR61

Henry [inspector of the customs. NR9], fever, Aug. 14, 1818, a. 60 y.

John, at Havanna, yellow fever, a. 20 y. Issue of June 13, 1820. NR9

Sarah [wid. NR9], old age, Sept. 24, 1821, a. 81 y.

–––––, chief mate of brig Susan, Capt. Burchmore, drowned at Fermosa Bay, on the coast of Africa. Issue of Oct. 16, 1827. NR9

Elizabeth H., dropsy of ye heart, Mar. 4, 1830, a. 18 y.

Mehitable [W. PR90], wid. Henry, d. Ebenezer and Mehitable Ward, jaundice, Oct. 29, 1848, a. 84½ y.


CARYL (Carroll)

–––––, ch. –––––, canker, bur. Sept. 6, 1797. CR11


CASE

Jane O.G., b. Goshen, NY, d. James and Hanna [at Boston. GR9], Mar. 20, 1848, a. 16 m.


CASEY (Casy)

Daniel, jr., s. Daniel, burnt, May 23, 1844, a. 2½ y.

John, s. William and Mary Ann, croup, June 4, 1848, a. 13 m.


CASH

John, s. William and Elizabeth (Lambert), abt. July 24, 1671. CTR

John, s. twin, William and Elizabeth (Lambert), Aug. 26, 1674. CTR


CASHA

James [Cashen. NR9], consumption, May 21, 1842, a. 24 y.


CASHEW (Kehew)

–––––, s. Samuel and Elizabeth (Kehew), Nov. 13, 1790, a. a few h. CR4

Elizabeth, alias Kehou (Brown), puerperal fever, Nov. 23, 1790, a. 19 y. CR4


CASSEN

Catharine, Jan. 12, 1841, a. 40 y. CR14


CASTINE

Joseph, a Frenchman, a. 45 y. Issue of Feb. 9, 1810. NR9


CASWELL

John, consumption, Mar. 1, 1819, a. 29 y.


CASY (Casey)

–––––, Mrs., Aug. 20, 1839. CR14


CATE

–––––, s. James, Nov. 16, 1821, a. 2d.

Elizabeth, d. Samuel and Mary, Dec. 13, 1827, a. 6 y. GR8

Hannah, Dec. 31, 1827, a. 6 y.

Benjamin Franklin, s. James S., a. 8 m. Issue of Oct. 26, 1832. NR9

Mary, w. Samuel, a. 48 y. Issue of July 26, 1833. NR9

Eliza, w. James, bur. Nov. 5, 1833, a. 34 y. NR9

–––––, d. James, a. 7 y. Issue of May 9, 1834. NR9

–––––, inf. ch. James. Issue of Jan. 21, 1837. NR9

Sarah [Bowen. NR9], d. Samuel, typhus fever, Nov. 12, 1839, a. 15 y.

Samuel W., carpenter, s. Samuel, consumption, Oct. 13, 1843, a. 32 y.

Mary A[bba. NR9], d. Samuel W., deceased, dropsy, July 22, 1844, a. 1½ y.


CAULDFIELD (Caulfield)

Mary D., wid. [very suddenly. CR10], hemorrhage, June 27, 1829, a. 68 y.


CAULFIELD (Cauldfield)

Benjamin, 2d mate of the brig Homer, on his passage from Sumatra to New York, dysentery, Feb. 7, 1833. NR9


CAVENELL

Ellenor, m., b. Ireland [w. Patrick. GR9], dropsy, Mar. 10, 1848, a. 53 y.


CAYSON

Susannah, d. Thomas Hunt, deceased, age, June 19, 1841, a. 76 y.


CEARY (Carey)

Patrick, Feb. 28, 1840, a. 18 d. CR14


CENTER

Noah, seaman, on board barque Patriot, Capt. Frye, lost on outward passage, received news, Nov. 20, 1818. PR82

Joseph, Apr. 28, 1829, a. 1 y.


CHADWICK

Gilbert, s. Gilbert, of the ship Janus, at Havanna. Issue of May 27, 1817. NR9

Daniel, Nov. 26, 1817, a. 60 y. NR9

–––––, s. Samuel, Aug. 27, 1824, a. 10 d.

John, jr., s. John, a. 20 y. Issue of Dec. 4, 1827. NR9

Gilbert, age, Nov. 11, 1829, a. 82 y.

Peter, s. John, jr., May 12, 1830, a. 20 y. 7 m. NR9

Amelia F., w. John P., a. 48 y. Issue of Jan. 19, 1838. NR9

Anna (Kimball), wid. Gilbert, palsy, Dec. 31, 1845, a. 79 y.


CHALK

Mary, d. Henry S. and Fanny, whooping cough, Mar. 4, 1848, a. 1¼ y.

Fanny, b. Hamilton, w. Henry S., d. Ephraim and Mary Knowlton, apoplexy, at Beverly, June 16, 1849, a. 51 y.


CHAMBERLAIN

John. Issue of Oct. 30, 1798. NR9

–––––, Mrs., d. ––––– Clough, fits, bur. June 23, 1799. CR11

John, a. 55 y. Issue of Apr. 18, 1800. NR9

Emma, w. Nathaniel. Issue of ––– 21, 1815. NR9

Garland, a. 28 y. Issue of May 17, 1816. NR9

Thomas Dennis, s. Timothy, a. 3 m. Issue of Nov. 21, 1817. NR9

Edwin [Augustine. NR9], s. Timothy, dropsy, Aug. 24, 1819, a. 4 y.

[Harriot Newell. NR9], d. Joeph [of Lynn. NR9] Sept. 7, 1821, a. 4 y.

John, congestion of brain, Dec. ––, 1821, a. 3 y.

John, Dec. 13, 1821, a. 23 y. CR10

Betsey, w. Daniel, consumption, bur. at Ipswich, d. Oct. 10, 1823, a. 47 y.

Betsey, ––– ––, 1824. CR10

Nathaniel, phthisis pulmonalis, at the almshouse, June ––, 1824, a. 53 y.

Mary P[earson. NR9], d. Daniel, consumption, Nov. 13, 1824, a. 11 y.

[Francis Porter. s. NR9], d. Timothy, enteritis, Dec. 15, 1824, a. 4 m.

Samuel, ––– ––, 1828. tomb. GR7

Roxana Elizabeth, only d. Samuel A., bur. Aug. 26, 1831, a. 2 y. NR9

James Derby, s. Samuel, jr., a. 2 y. 10 m. Issue of Nov. 4, 1831. NR9

Otis, s. John, of Danvers, a. 7 y. 6 m. Issue of Mar. 26, 1833. NR9

Ann, w. Nathaniel, bur. Dec. 31, 1833, a. 74 y. NR9

Elizabeth, Mrs., a. 84 y. Issue of Aug. 12, 1834. NR9

Nathaniel, old age, Apr. 12, 1836, a. 88 y. CR5

George R[opes. NR9], s. James [and Elizabeth Sinclair (Gray). PR50], scarlet fever, July 4, 1841, a. 12 y.

William H[enry. NR9], s. Samuel, jr., disease in head, June 2, 1842, a. 3½ y.

John Henry, d. in Fiji Islands. Issue of Feb. 4, 1848. NR11

Mary S[ilver. NR9], w. John, d. Benjamin and Mary Silver, dysentery, Sept. 3, 1848, a. 47 y.


CHAMBERS

Timothy, s. George and Catherine, bowel complaint, Aug. 1, 1847, a. 7 m.


CHAMMONS

Nancy, Mrs., a. 66 y. Issue of Dec. 19, 1834. NR9


CHANDLER (Candler)

John, s. Joseph and Dorcas, Sept. 27, 1803, a. 8 y. GR8

William, formerly a Capt. in the Salem Artillery. Issue of Jan. 24, 1804. NR9

–––––, ch. stillborn, John, jr., bur. Feb. 16, 1810. PR61

Benjamin D., s. Benjamin and Elizabeth (Dean), convulsions, Sept. 1, 1817, a. 11 y. CR4

John, s. John, a. 8 y. Issue of Sept. 2, 1817. NR9

Elizabeth, d. Benjamin, dysentery, July 5, 1819, a. 15 m.

John [Capt., an officer in the revolution. NR9], palsy, Mar. 8, 1821, a. 69 y.

Dorcas, d. Abbot, pneumonia, Jan. 22, 1822, a. 18 m.

Joseph, b. Andover, "many years in the employment of the late Elias Hasket Derby, Esq., and for several years with John Derby, Esq., his son," sudden, Nov. 27, 1827, a. 76 y.

John, intemperance, Oct. 26, 1828, a. 54 y.

Joseph, s. Joseph D., diarrhea of dentition, Oct. 12, 1830, a. 1 y.

Deborah, w. Abbot, Nov. 4, 1832, a. 36 y. NR9

Sarah, wid. John, suddenly, Sept. 11, 1835, a. 47 y. NR9

Sarah, w. John, Sept. 11, 1835, a. 82 y. GR7

Elizaabeth [Dean. NR9], Mrs., June 5, 1837, a. 56 y. GR1

Dorcas, d. Joseph, deceased, cancer, Feb. 1, 1843, a. 58 y.

Lucretia G[reene. NR9], d. Gardner S. and Elizabeth H., cholera infantum, Aug. 27, 1848, a. 1 y. 9 m.


CHANNING

Nancy, Mrs., a. 66 y. Issue of Dec. 12, 1834. NR9


CHAPLIMAN

Michaell, h. Rebecka (Needham), May 7, 1692. CTR


CHAPLIN

John, s. John, Oct. 6, 1679. CTR

Mary, d. John, Sept. 13, 1682. CTR

John, s. John, Apr. 3, 1686. CTR


CHAPMAN

Hannah (Sterns), w. John, Aug. 8, 1700.

Margarett, d. Stephen and Dorcas (Woodwell), Jan. 22, 17100-11.

Hannah, d. John and Hannah (Sterns), Nov. 10, 1713.

Isaac, drowned, May 5, 1747. PR57

–––––, w. Isaac. Oct. 27, 1760. CR1

Lydia, d. George and Lydia (Henfield), June 29, 1776. PR257

Polley, d. George and Lydia (Henfield), July 1, 1776. PR257

Hannah, wid. [influenza, May 30, 1790. CR1], a. 76 y. Issue of June 1, 1790. NR9

–––––, Mrs. Issue of Sept. 30, 1796. NR9

James, Oct. 17, 1796, a. abt. 87 y.

–––––, ch. stillborn, Capt., bur. Feb. 7, 1808. PR61

Sarah, wid. Benjamin, Jan. 21, 1810, a. 73 y. GR7

Jeremiah, Capt., of the 21st regt. of U.S. Inft. at French Mills. Issue of Feb. 1, 1814. NR9

–––––, ch. Capt. [Benjamin. NR9], bur. Sept. 30, 1814. PR61 [a. 11 m. NR9]

Warren, of the brig Sally Barker, on the coast of Africa. Issue of June 11, 1819. NR9

Benjamin, s. John, on board the brig Nautilus, Capt. Curran, at Manila, Nov. 23, 1819, a. 23 y. Issue of May 19, 1820. NR9

John, on board the schooner Agawam, a. 55 y. Issue of Oct. 30, 1821. NR9

Elizabeth, Miss, old age, Dec. 1, 1822, a. 92 y.

George, atrophia senilis, Mar. 21, 1824, a. 84 y. [a. 83 y. GR7]

Daniel [a Revolutionary soldier. NR9], age, Oct. 25, 1828, a. 69 y.

Lydia [wid. Capt. George. NR9], old age, Mar. 9, 1830, a. 84 y.

Benjamin, jr., s. Capt. Benjamin, seaman on board the brig Congress, Capt. Solomon Towne, deceased, of Boston, on coast of Sumatra, a. 24 y. Issue of Dec. 1, 1835. NR9

John P., native of Windsor, NH, Mar. 10, 1837, a. 22 y. NR9

Mary, a. 25 y. Issue of Mar. 13, 1838. NR9

Ruth, wid. John, consumption, Aug. 27, 1838, a. 73 y. NR9

Sarah F., w. Capt. Isaac N., suddenly, Oct. 10, 1838, a. 30 y. NR9

[Susan Maria. NR9], d. Daniel [and Margaret. NR9], scarlet fever, Mar. 11, 1839, a. 2 y. [a. 2 y. 3 m. NR9]

Rosamond B., d. John, croup, Apr. 5, 1841, a. 5 y.

Susan M., d. Daniel, lung fever, at Marblehead, Oct. 9, 1842, a. 2 y.

Elizabeth B. (Glover), w. John O., consumption, May 1, 1843, 1. 24 y.

John O[liver. NR9], s. John O. and Charlotte A., scarlet fever, Feb. 28, 1847, a. 16 m.


CHAPPEL (Chapple)

–––––, d. Samuel, lung fever, Oct. 21, 1839, a. 18 m.

John D., jr., s. John D. and Louisa, scrofula, Jan. 25, 1845, a. 17 m.


CHAPPELL (Chapple)

Anna L[ouisa. NR9], d. John D. and Louisa, dysentery, Oct. 3, 1847, a. 19 m.


CHAPPLE (Chappel, Chappell)

Samuel, a. 49 y. Issue of Jan. 4, 1833. NR9

John Henry, s. Samuel, a. 4 y. Issue of Jan. 12, 1838. NR9

Samuel, consumption , Oct. 5, 1840, a. 33 y.

Louisa, w. John G., d. William and Sarah Nichols, consumption, July 16, 1849, a. 33 y.


CHASE

Rebekah, d. Abner and Rebekah, 7: 7m: 1776. CR7

Sarah, d. Abner and Rebekah, 12: 9m: 1781. CR7

William, s. Abner and Rebekah, 16: 9m: 1782. CR7

Sarah, d. Abner and Rebekah, 3: 9m: 1784. CR7

Abner [painter and glazier. NR9], 9: 9m: 1784. CR7 [a. 44 y. NR9]

Lydia, w. Philip, d. Isaac and Anna Hacker, 22: 8m: 1799. CR7

Rebekah [Becca. dup.], w. Abner [and Sarah. dup.], 8: 12m: 1800. CR7 [18: 7 m. dup.], [a. 57 y. NR9]

Anna, w. Isaac, sr., 8: 9m: 1802. CR7

Sarah, w. Abner, 30: 1m: 1803. CR7 [a. 36 y. NR9]

William, s. Abner and Sarah, 21: 5m: 1803. CR7

Martha, d. Phillip and Alice, 20: 9m: 1814. CR7

Francis, s. Phillip and Alice, 27: 4m: 1816. CR7

Charlotte Hazen, d. Philip and Alice, 6: 12m: 1821. CR7

Isaac Hacker, s. Philip [and Alice. CR7], consumption, Aug. 18, 1825, a. 18 y. [20: 8 m. CR7]

Alice, 2d w. Phillip, 26: 12m: 1830. CR7 [a. 46 y. NR9]

Charles, s. Col. Curys, a. 4 y. Issue of Sept. 6, 1833. NR9

James Leavette, s. Col. Joshua, on board the barque Eliza, on her passage from Antwerp to Zanzibar, Dec. 29, 1834, a. 20 y. NR9

William Henry, s. William H. and Elizabeth H., 4: 9m: 1836. CR7 [a. 13 m. NR9]

Elizabeth H., d. Phillip, Esq., Sept. 2, 1837, a. 26 y. NR9

Hannah Elizabeth, d. Phillip and Alice, 2: 9m: 1837. CR7

Joshua, Col., Nov. 9, 1838, a. 50 y. NR9

Theophilus, laborer, h. Mary, cold water, July 18, 1840, a. 45 y.

James, b. Newbury, teamster, s. Joseph, of Newbury, slow fever, July 31, 1840, a. 41 y.

Elizabeth [b. Dover, 2d w. CR7], w. Abner, dropsy, Feb. 13, 1841, a. 63 y. [14: 2 m. CR7]

James, s. wid [s. Theophilus. NR9], scarlet fever, Apr. 24, 1841, a. 7 y.

–––––, ch. –––––, bur. Apr. 25, 1841, a. 6 y. CR5

Maryann A., d. Hannah, measles, July 14, 1841, a. 2 y.

Abner, s. Abner, deceased [and Rebekah. CR7], disease of brain, Dec. 24, 1841, a. 77 y.

Helen A[melia. NR9], d. Cyrus, dropsy in head, Mar. 19, 1842, a. 7½ y.

Betsey, w. Henry, d. Stephen Abbot, deceased [mother of William H. NR9], croup, Jan. 17, 1843, a. 64 y.

Abby R[odman. CR7], d. William and Lydia P., lung fever, Mar. 20, 1845, a. 5 m. [30: 3 m. CR7]

Oliver P., s. James and Abigail, croup, June 12, 1845, a. 2½ y. [a. 2 y. CR5]

Betsy, w. Henry, 16: 1m: 1846. CR7

Henry, sadler, h. ––––– (Abbot), s. Abner and Hannah [Rebekah. CR7], age, June 8, 1846, a. 72 y. [a. 73 y. GR11]

Elizabeth L[ambert. NR9], d. Joshua and Abigail, consumption, Dec. 13, 1847, a. 1513 y.

Hannah, d. Abner and Rebekah, 2: 2m: 1848. CR7

Martha Ellin, d. Phillip and Alice, 19: 12m: 1848. CR7

Stephen A[bbott. CR7], s. William H. and Elizabeth H., Jan. 22, 1849, a. 11 m.

Esther [Fisher. CR7], d. Abner and Sarah, cancer, Feb. 11, 1849, a. 56 y.

Adelia, d. Levi and Maria, scarlet fever, May 19, 1849, a. 4¼ y.


CHATWELL (Shatswell)

Nicholas, Oct. 30, 1700, a. 56 y. GR1

Sarah, w. Nicholas, Mar. 14, 1718, a. 80 y. GR1


CHEEVER (Cheevers, Chever, Chevers)

William [M., fever. CR4], Nov. 29, 1786, a. 34 y. GR1 [a. 35 y. CR4]

Daniel, a. 52 y. Issue of Nov. 27, 1787. NR8

Mary, Sept. 13, 1790, a. 36 y. GR7

–––––, d. Samuel, dysentery, Oct. 23, 1793, a. 16 m. CR1

[Sarah. CR1], wid., May 25, 1797, a. 59 y. [a. 60 y. CR1]

Anna, w. Samuel, d. Sarah Ropes. Issue of Apr. 23, 1799. NR9

Mary, a. 37 y. Issue of Sept. 24, 1799. NR9

John, at Norkfolk. Issue of May 19, 1807. NR9

Samuel, a. 40 y. Issue of Dec. 3, 1811. NR9

David, s. Capt. James, "whoes ankle was shivered in the capture of the privateer John," at the Barbadoes, a. 18 y. Issue of Apr. 23, 1813. NR9

[Sally. NR9], d. Ebenezer, convulsions, July 27, 1821. a. 10 y.

William, on brig Padang, at sea, ––– ––, 1823, a. 23 y.

Martha, wid., age, Feb. 15, 1825, a. 86 y.

Hannah, wid. [Samuel. CR1], grandd. the late Rev. Peter Clark, schirrus [in breast. CR1], Nov. 1, 1827, a. 70 y. [Oct. 21. PR24]

Benjamin, ––– ––, 1828. tomb. GR7

Sally [wid. Capt. Samuel. NR9], old age, Apr. 28, 1828, a. 78 y.

George, intemperance, Dec. 20, 1829, a. 24 y.

Benjamin, Jan. 8, 1832, a. 85 y. NR9

Hannah, a. 24 y. Issue of Dec. 7, 1832. NR9

Martha, w. Ira, consumption, Sept. 14, 1833, a. 41 y. NR9

Joseph, killed by a whale. Issue of Mar. 31, 1835. NR9

Benjamin, Mar. 15, 1836, a. 61 y. NR9

Benjamin, Apr. 30, 1838, a. 63 y. NR9

Cornelia L[ouisa. NR9], d. Ira and Mehitable, Aug. 26, 1841, a. 9 m.

Mary, wid. Benjamin, age, July 4, 1842, a. 91 y.

Susan D., of Chelsea, d. Ira and Mehitable, at Chelsea, Aug. 20, 1842, a. 2½ y.

Maria H[owe. NR9], d. Joseph, infantile, Dec. 1, 1843, a. 1 m.

–––––, ch. George N. and Elizabeth N., infantile, July 6, 1849, a. 1 d.


CHEEVERS (Cheever)

Ezekiel, s. Ezekiell and Abigaile (Lippingwell), Feb. 15, 1689-90. CTR

Thomas, s. Ezekill, Feb. 15, 1689-90, a. 6 y. CR2


CHENEY

Elizabeth (Flanders), b. Vermont, w. Stephen, child birth, May 15, 1845, a. 27 y.


CHESSWELL (Cheswell)

Harriet E., d. Samuel, scarlet fever, Jan. 5, 1841, a. 5 m.


CHESTER

Sarah, Mrs., a. 47 y. Issue of Nov. 1, 1833. NR9


CHESWELL (Chesswell)

Eliza, Mrs., a. 62 y. Issue of Jan. 9, 1838. NR9

Sophia, d. Samuel, scrofula, July 16, 1840, a. 6 y. [a. 6 w. NR9]


CHEVALIER

Edward, m., b. in the Island of Jersey, consumption, June 2, 1800, a. 55 y. CR4


CHEVER (Cheever)

–––––, Mrs., bur. Mar. 28, 1774. PR643

David, s. James and Sally (Brown), July 18, 1777. PR45

–––––, Mr., ––– ––, 1778. CR1

Ruth, d. James and Sally (Brown), July 16, 1783. PR45

–––––, d. William, deceased, and Rebecca, Mar. 7, 1787, a. abt. 24 h. CR4

Ruth, d. Benjamin, smallpox, Nov. 13, 1792, a. 20 y. CR4

Mary, maiden, nurse, long in Judge Lynde's family, paralytic, Dec. 16, 1804, a. 80 y. CR4

Elizabeth, d. James and Sarah (Brown), consumption, July 21, 1805, a. 18 y. CR4

William, Capt., in Capt. Peabody's ship the Mount Vernon, at Calcutta [d. June 27, 1807. PR654], received news, Nov. 30, 1807. PR82

David, s. James and Sara (Browne), at Barbadoes, of wounds, Feb. 12, 1813, a. 20 y. CR4

Edward, s. Nathaniel, deceased, and Abigail (Hutchinson), suddenly, July 6, 1815, a. 18 m. CR4

–––––, d. Ebenezer, convulsions, July 27, 1821, a. 10 y.

Sarah, w. Capt. James, a. 77 y. Issue of Feb. 10, 1832. NR9

James, h. Sarah, Sept. 23, 1839, a. 87 y. PR45


CHEVERS (Cheever)

Ezekiel, s. Benjamin and Mercy (Wilkins), Feb. 4, 1729-30.


CHEW

Charles E. Paul, s. Henry, Feb. 7, 1843, a. 10 m. NR9

Mary A.P. [Ann Paul. NR9], d. Henry, lung fever, Nov. 25, 1848, a. 15 m.


CHILDS

Sarah, Mrs., a. 65 y. Issue of June 14, 1803. NR9


CHIPMAN

Thomas, s. Samuel, bur. Oct. 28, 1756, a. 6 y. CR1

John, lawyer, apoplexy, July 1, 1768. PR83

–––––, s. Benjamin, quincy, Mar. 1, 1782, a. 6 m. CR1

Samuel, s. John, a. 19 y. Issue of Mar. 17, 1789. NR8

Anstis, Mrs. Issue of Aug. 25, 1789. NR8

Andrew, s. Thomas and Elizabeth, Oct. 28, 1789, a. 18 m. CR4

Samuel, s. Thomas and Elizabeth, fever, Sept. 7, 1790, a. 14 m. CR4

Elizabeth, d. Thomas and Elizabeth, fever, June 25, 1794, a. 4 y. CR4

Eleazer Moses, mate, at the West Indies. Issue of July 28, 1795. NR9

–––––, w. John. Issue of Apr. 25, 1797. NR9

Mary (Carr), b. Newbury, wid. Henry [s. John of Beverly. GR1], formerly w. ––––– Nowell, aged, June 29, 1801, a. 84 y. CR4

–––––, w. Joseph, of Beverly, bur. Dec. 4, 1806. CR11

Thomas, s. Thomas, nervous fever, Oct. ––, 1808, a. 23 y. CR1 [Issue of Oct. 25. NR9]

Eliz[beth. NR9], w. Thomas, nervous fever, Dec. ––, 1808, [Nov. 22. NR9], a. 51 y. CR1

Joseph, of Beverly, bur. May 8, 1817, a. 78 y. CR11

John, fits, Dec. 26, 1819, a. 74 y.

–––––, s. Richard M., measles, Oct. 16, 1821, a. 18 m.

Thomas, Capt., bur. Dec. 7, 1821, a. 65 y. NR9

Eliza, d. Dea. R.M. Issue of July 13, 1838. NR9

[Mary Ann. NR9], d. Andrew [M. NR9], dropsy. Feb. 9, 1839, a. 4 y. [4 m. NR9]

Maria T.A., d. Margaret, consumption, Dec. 26, 1841, a. 4 m.

William H[enry. NR9], s. Andrew M., inflammation of Bowels, Jan. 5, 1844, a. 1 y.

Elizabeth, cholera, Sept. 19, 1844, a. 84 y.


CHISHOLM

Alexander Fraser, s. William, drowned, a. 3 y. Issue of Aug. 6, 1811. NR9

William [b. Scotland. GR7], chronic diarrhea, Sept. 24, 1827, a. 55 y.

Martha, wid. William, d. Joseph Vincent, Esq., Nov. 23, 1835, a. 61 y. GR7

Joseph, s. Joseph, a. 1 m. Issue of Sept. 7, 1838. NR9


CHISSEL (Chizzel)

Sarah, wid., phthisis pulmonalis, at the almshouse, May 25, 1824, a. 66 y.


CHIZZEL (Chissel)

Deborah, bur. Dec. 7, 1799. CR11


CHOATE

Josiah, from Chebacco, shopkeeper, h. ––––– (Hutchinson), nervous fever, Oct. 25, 1806, a. 27 y. CR4

Isaac, on the wreck of the ship Margaret from Naples, wrecked May ––, 1810, received news July 21, 1810. PR82

John, at sea, ––– ––, 1825, a. 36 y.

Amos, ––– ––, 1826. tomb. GR7

C.B. [Catherine Bell. CR10], d. Rufus, Esq., pneumonia, May 27, 1830, a. 4 y.

Lucy, w. Amos, Esq., a. 52 y. Issue of Jan. 15, 1833. NR9

Freeman, s. Jeremiah, scarlet fever, Nov. 11, 1842, a. 3 y.

Caroline, d. Jeremiah, scarlet fever, Nov. 19, 1842, a. 10 m.

Amos, b. Ipswich, merchant, "for many years Register of Deeds for Essex County," 1st w. ––––– (Smith) of Ipswich, 2d w. Mehitable Neal, s. Stephen, of Ipswich, deceased, consumption, Aug. 7, 1844, a. 69 y.

Maria S., b. Gloucester, d. Stephen and Harriet E., Sept. 26, 1847, a. 5 y.

Harriet E[lford. NR9], w. Stephen, d. Ignatius and Abigail Webber, dysentery, Oct. 5, 1847, a. 33 y.

John, s. Jeremiah and Sally, scarlet fever, Feb. 26, 1849, a. 3 y.


CHUBB

Mary (Searle), wid., formerly w. ––––– Edey, intemperance, July 27, 1799, a. 63 y. CR4


CHURCH

Hannah, peripneumonia, Feb. 11, 1821, a. 6 y.

Abigail [C. GR7], w. Samuel, angina pectoris, Jan. 14, 1826, a. 25 y. [a. 26 y. GR7]

Sally, d. William, hydrocephalus, Oct. 1, 1827, a. 1 y.

–––––, ch. William, croup after measles, Apr. 18, 1830, a. 11 m.

Lemuel, Feb. 19, 1837, a. 64 y. CR5

–––––, s. Jonathan and Mary, infantile, Mar. 26, 1848, a. 3 d.


CHURCHELL (Churchill)

Charles H., s. William and Sarah, dropsy, May 14, 1846, a. 2 y.


CHURCHILL (Churchell)

Joseph [Churchwell, brother Abijah Northey. PR61], bur. Jan. 1, 1808. a. 63 y. NR9


CHURD

George, from Bristol, Eng., h. ––––– (Masury) Hodgdon, dysentery, on his passage from West Indies, with Capt. Moulton of Beverly, received news Oct. 13, 1797, a. 39 y. CR4


CLARAGE (Claridge)

James, asthma, May 15, 1821, a. 68 y. [a. 63 y. NR9]


CLARIDGE (Clarage, Clearage)

G.B. [George Baily. NR9], s. Stephen, dysentery, Oct. 5, 1828, a. 14 m.

Stephen, a. 34 y. Issue of June 18, 1833. NR9

George H., b. Charlestown, s. Stephen H. and Ann M., dropsy in head, Oct. 24, 1846, a. 11 m.

Mary, w. James, d. Paschal and Mary Foote, age, Dec. 31, 1846, a. 88 y.


CLARK (Clarke, Clearke, Clerk)

Peter, Rev., b. Mar. 12, 1693, graduated at Harvard College, 1712, d. June 10, 1768, a. 76 y. GR4

Deborah Franklin Fairfax, a. ch. bur. Aug. 8, 1747. CR11

Deborah, d. Rev. Peter and Deborah, May 7, 1755, in her 23d y. GR4

–––––, Mrs., "old," Oct. 9, 1760. PR57

Samuel, merchant, at Barbados, issue of Apr. 23, 1771. NR4

Jacob, Capt., m., fever, on his passage from West Indies, Jan. 19, 1786, a. 35 y. CR4

Stephen, s. wid. Margaret, small pox, at Charleston, SC, June 1, 1790, a. 25 y. CR4

Francis, "chief clerk in Mr. Gray's counting room," July 20, 1800, a. 45 y. PR34

–––––, wid. Issue of Nov. 20, 1801. NR9

John, s. John and Priscilla, deceased, atrophy, Mar. 27, 1802, a. 20 y. CR4

Henry, Capt., at Amboyna, in the China sea. Issue of Aug. 20, 1802. NR9

–––––, ch. Daniel, bur. Dec. 18, 1805. PR61

–––––, ch. Daniel, bur. Aug. 22, 1808. PR61

–––––, ch. bur. Oct. 25, 1808. PR61

–––––, ch. Mr., bur. Aug. 1, 1810. PR61

Anne [Anna. NR7], wid. Capt. John, Nov. 1, 1784. PR84 [Oct. 31, in her 70th y. NR7] B., Oct. 4, 1810. PR79

Sarah, of Marblehead, typhus fever, July 7, 1818, a. 67 y.

Edward, s. William, fits, Feb. 27, 1819, a. 12 d.

Haniel, of Francistown, NH, suddenly, Sept. 27, 1819, a. 55 y.

John, of Gloucester, drowned from Allen's [Orne's. NR9], wharf, Apr. 21, 1821, a. 31 y. [a. 35 y. NR9]

Stephen M., of Newburyport, hung at Winter Island for arson, May 10, 1821, a. 16 y.

–––––, w. Daniel, intemperance, Aug. 20, 1821, a. 41 y.

William, s. John, "news of his being lost at sea on board ship Messenger," Feb. 9, 1822, a. 17 y.

Sally [only d. John. NR9], suddenly, at Londonderry, bur. Aug. 4, 1824, a. 18 y. CR11

John, ––– ––, 1825. tomb. GR8

Daniel [cabinet-maker. NR9], marasmus, Mar. 30, 1830, a. 60 y.

–––––, wid., Sept. 17, 1831. PR24

–––––, Mrs., a. 74 y. Issue of Sept. 20, 1831. NR9

William, s. Joseph, of Georgetown, ME, a. 8 m. Issue of Nov. 6, 1832. NR9

–––––, ch. Clinton, May 9, 1837. NR5

John G., s. Asa and Susan (Patee), Aug. 12, 1837, a. 2 w. PR502

Ebenezer, Sept. 28, 1837, a. 56 y. GR7

Charles Chauncy, s. Rev. John, of Boston, deceased, Oct. 14, 1837, a. 47 y. NR9

Ebenezer, ––– ––, 1838. tomb. GR7

Mary, a. 50 y. Issue of Apr. 21, 1840. NR9

Caroline P[atterson. NR9], family of David P., consumption, May 20, 1840, a. 27 y.

Albert P[aine. NR9], s. George D. [and Irene F. NR9], croup, Nov. 14, 1840, a. 3 y.

William, seaman on board the barque Shepherdess, drowned, at Bolabola, Society Islands, June 24, 1841, a. 21 y. NR9

Susan (Montague), w. Patrick, inflammation of bowels, Feb. 4, 1842, a. 26 y.

Margaret E., d. Patrick, canker, Aug. 26, 1842, a. 7 m.

Mary E., d. Patrick, scarlet fever, Aug. 26, 1842, a. 7 y. GR9

Ellen, w. Edward, consumption, Mar. 23, 1843, a. 43 y.

Martha, d. Francis, deceased, tumor, Apr. 10, 1843, a. 60 y.

Francis G., of Portland, instructor, h. ––––– (Horton), s. Francis, deceased, consumption, at Portland, Dec. 17, 1843, a. 51 y.

Nancy, b. Scituate, w. Asa, dropsy, Jan. 12, 1845, a. 50 y.

Charles K., s. Henry C. and Eliza, cholera infantum, Sept. 6, 1846, a. 6 d.

Charlottee, of Hamilton, b. Wakefield, NH, dropsy, at Hamilton, Nov. 30, 1846, a. 72 y.

Nicholas, b. Ireland, laborer, s. Patrick and Bridget, ship fever, July 19, 1847, a. 23 y.

Eliza, b. Lynn, w. Henry, d. Samuel Burrill, consumption, Oct. 21, 1847, a. 40 y.

Jacob S., s. Daniel and Mary, cancer, Apr. 3, 1848, a. 39 y.

Esther, wid. Rev. John, d. Timothy Orne, age, Sept. 25, 1848, a. 90 y.

Thomas, s. Patrick and Susan [adopted s. John. NR9], scarlet fever, May 5, 1849, a. 9 y.


CLARKE (Clark)

Deberah, d. Rev. Peter and Deborah (Hobart), Feb. 23, 1728-9. [in her 2d y. GR4]

Hannah, Mrs., Mar. 22, 1770, in her 94th y. NR4

Margaret, wid. Jacob, asthma, Jan. 30, 1799, a. 70 y. CR4

Priscilla, wid. Capt. Henry, a. 39 y. Issue of Oct. 29, 1805. NR9

Deborah, w. John, d. John and Mary Felt, Nov. 9, 1808, a. 22 y. GR7

Jacob, drowned at sea, from on board brig New Hazard, Capt. Stanly. Issue of June 8, 1810. NR9

John, Capt., at sea, a. 30 y. Issue of Oct. 17, 1815. NR9

Susannah, wid., bur. Apr. 23, 1816, a. 67 y. NR9

Mary, wid., a. 68 y. Issue of July 21, 1818. NR9

[Hannah Poor. NR9], d. Amos [Rev. Amos. NR9], marasmus, Aug. 3, 1821, a. 9 m.

–––––, d. the late Rev. Dr. of Boston, June ––, 1822.

John, native of Ireland, a. 33 y. Issue of Oct. 25, 1836. NR9

Mary, family of Francis, dec., lung fever, Apr. 20, 1840, a. 50 y.


CLASS

Abraham, jr., s. Abraham and Hipsay, a. 29 m. Issue of Oct. 20, 1843. NR9


CLAYTON

–––––, inf. ch. –––––, Jan. 7, 1827. CR10

Harriet, Mrs., a. 38 y. Issue of Aug. 10, 1838. NR9


CLEARAGE (Claridge)

James, s. James, from Kittery, ME, ship carpenter and caulker, and Mary (Foot), fever and dysentery, Oct. 29, 1801, a. 8 y. CR4


CLEARKE (Clark)

Deborah, d. William, vintner, Mar. 16, 1660. CTR


CLEAVELAND (Cleveland)

Ebenezer [s. Dr. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, bur. at Byfield, d. Jan. 19, 1828, a. 24 y.


CLEAVES (Cleves)

Lydia, Sept. 9, 1814. CR13

Hannah (Peele), Nov. 12, 1823. CR13

Mary T[heresa, d. Nathaniel. NR9], Sept. 16, 1836, a. 2 y. [re-interred]. GR9

John, Nov. 28, 1840, a. 17 m. re-interred. GR9

Joshua, s. Nathaniel [and Lucy Ann. NR9], quinsy, Nov. 28, 1840, a. 18 m.

Teresa, b. Wenham, wid. Nathaniel, palsy, Mar. 31, 1845, a. 63 y.

Harriet F., b. Woburn, w. Thomas J., consumption, bur. at Danvers, d. Mar. 3, 1847, a. 31 y.


CLEAVLAND (Cleveland)

[Susannah. NR8], wid. Rev., atrophy, Mar. 28, 1788, a. 72 y. CR1 [a. 74 y. NR8]


CLEMENS (Clement)

–––––, s. John and Priscilla (Burroughs), fever, Oct. 9, 1817, a. 6 m. CR4


CLEMENT (Clemens, Clements, Clemmons, Clemons)

[James. NR9], s. James, lung fever, Apr. 19, 1839, a. 5 y.

Harriet [P. NR9], w. Henry, inflammation of bowels, July 26, 1842, a. 23 y.


CLEMENTS (Clement)

Mary, Oct. 31, 1760, a. abt. 18 y. CR1

–––––, ch. Samuell, May 21, 1761, a. 2 y. CR1

Samuel, jr., a. 47 y. Issue of Dec. 30, 1831. NR9

Hannah, Mrs., June 9, 1834, a. 72 y. NR9


CLEMMONS (Clement)

–––––, killed during a battle on board the Constitution. Issue of Feb. 19, 1813. NR9

Joseph [M. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, Apr. 4, 1821, a. 26 y.

Michael, seaman on board ship Messenger, at Java, a. 18 y. Issue of Nov. 30, 1821. NR9

John, pneumonia, at the almshouse, Mar. 17, 1825, a. 57 y.

E.M. [Elizabeth Marie. NR9], d. Peter, measles, Feb. 17, 1830, a. 2 y.

–––––, inf. ch. Mr. Issue of Mar. 20, 1832. NR9

William C., on board the sch. Naumkeag, Capt. Collins Ingalls, Nov. 9, 1842, a. 57 y. NR9


CLEMONS (Clement)

John, s. John, jr., dysentery, Aug. 29, 1818, a. 4 y. [a. 2 y. NR9]

John, jr., intemperance, May 17, 1824, a. 35 y.

John, s. John, convulsions, at the almshouse, May 17, 1825, a. 1 y.


CLERK (Clark)

Samuel, s. John and Ann (Furnese), Oct. 14, 1742.


CLETFON (Clifton)

Mary, Mrs., at Boston. Issue of Jan. 5, 1796. NR9

John, s. John and Sarah, Dec. 2, 1797, a. 1 y. 10 m. GR7

John, jr., ––– ––, 1803. CR10


CLEVELAND (Cleaveland, Cleavland)

–––––, s. William, jr. Issue of Feb. 17, 1801. NR9

Elizabeth, w. William, July 12, 1805. PR55

Margaret Jeffry, d. [Capt. NR9], George and ELizabeth (Hodges), Mar. 16, 1809. PR181

Catherine, d. John and Rebecca (Woodbury), Apr. 20, 1809, a. 5 d.

William [Esq. GR7], Dec. 30, 1815, a. 73 y. PR55

Elizabeth, w. George, Esq., Dec. 23, 1834, a. 46 y. NR9

George, consumption, Mar. 16, 1840, a. 59 y.

Mehitable, of Newton, w. Charles, d. Hon. John Treadwell, sudden, at Newton, Aug. 20, 1840, a. 55 y.

Rebecca (Woodbury), w. John, cancer, Jan. 10, 1841, a. 58 y.

William, merchant, h. Lucy (Hiller) [ch. Joseph 2nd and Lucy Lambert. GR9], s. Stephen, deceased, dysentery, July 28, 1842, a. 65 y.

Juliann, d. Ebenezer and Juliann, cholera infantum, Aug. 24, 1845, a. 7 w.

George William, s. George and Elizabeth (Hodges), deceased, d. and bur. at Pontotoc, MS, Sept. 20, 1848, a. 36 y. PR181


CLEVES (Cleaves)

Nathaniel, master of brig Triton, at sea, ––– ––, 1823, a. 42 y.


CLEWITT

Joseph, a native of France, a. 48 y. Issue of Dec. 19, 1817. NR9


CLIFF (Clift)

–––––, ch. [Peter. NR9], dysentery, bur. Sept. 20, 1801. CR11

–––––, inf. ch. –––––, bur. Feb. 12, 1804. CR11

Peter, a. 48 y. Issue of July 10, 1807. NR9

–––––, wid. Peter. Issue of Jan. 31, 1815. NR9

James, a. 30 y. Issue of Apr. 26, 1816. NR9


CLIFFORD

Dorothy, Mrs., a. 71 y. Issue of Oct. 23, 1798. NR9

–––––, d. Peter from Dorchester, NH and Hannah (Edwards of Salisbury), MA, atrophia infantilis, Feb. 7, 1806, a. 8 m. CR4

Elizabeth B., suicide, May 7, 1830, a. 16 y.

Peter, a. 55 y. Issue of Sept. 19, 1837. NR9


CLIFT (Cliff)

Samuel, s. James and Mary (Masury), quincy, Dec. 28, 1809, a. 8 m. CR4


CLIFTON (Clefton)

Sarah [wid. NR9], Aug. 10, 1829, a. 70 y. CR10

Sarah, nurse, palsy, Aug. 11, 1829, a. 60 y.

John, s. John, pneumonia, May 1, 1830, a. 4 m.

John, ––– ––, 1838. tomb. GR7

Hannah, w. John, a. 37 y. Issue of Aug. 14, 1838. NR9 [bur. Aug. 12. CR5]


CLINES

Abraham, seaman, on brig Henry, at sea, ––– ––, 1828, a. 23 y.


CLINTOCK (McClintock)

Mary, w. M.C. [Thomas. NR9], dropsy, Oct. 30, 1823, a. 19 y.


CLINTON

William, at Lynn, Mar. 8, 1839, a. 1 y. CR14


CLOON

Sarah, Mrs., Apr. 19, 1823, a. 72 y. 3 m. PR182


CLOUGH (Cluff)

John, s. Ebenezer and Ann, Apr. 13, 1750, a. 6 y. GR7

Susanna, d. William and Susanna, Nov. 24, 1750, a. 5 m. GR7

Joseph, Apr. 13, 1766, a. 57 y. GR7

–––––, wid. Joseph, a. 63 y. Issue of Nov. 30, 1773. NR4

–––––, Mrs., smallpox, at the pest house, Oct. ––, 1774. PR83

–––––, ch. Peter, hectic, Aug. 9, 1783, a. 1 y. CR1

Ruth, w. Joseph, jr., Dec. 9, 1786, in her 46th y. GR7

Margery, w. William. Issue of Sept. 30, 1788. NR8

Hannah, school mistress. Issue of Dec. 7, 1798. NR9

Gibson, clerk, bur. July 18, 1799. CR11 [a. 62 y. NR9]

John, bur. Sept. 15, 1804. CR11

–––––, w. Peter, hectic, Oct. ––, 1805, a. 52 y. CR1 [Issue of Oct. 11. NR9]

Peter, suddenly. Issue of Dec. 22, 1807. NR9

John, s. Joseph, late a printer in New York, at Charleston, SC. Issue of May 29, 1810. NR9

John, a. 37 y. Issue of May 31, 1814. NR9

Susannah, fit, Feb. 17, 1816, a. 78 y. PR35

Susanna, wid. Gibson, decay, Feb. 18, 1816, a. 78 y. CR11

–––––, s. William, fits, July 6, 1818, a. 14 d.

Eliza, d. John C., consumption, July 19, 1818 [a. 19 y. NR9]

–––––, s. Thomas, May 8, 1821, a. 1 d.

Joseph, apoplexy, Aug. 14, 1822, a. 80 y.

Sarah, old age, Mar. 11, 1830, a. 84 y.

William H[enry. NR9], s. William H. and Elizabeth S., accidental, July 2, 1848, a. 3 y.

Thomas, laborer, s. Peter and Sarah, consumption, Nov. 12, 1848, a. 60 y.


CLOUTMAN

Mary, d. Thomas and Elizabeth, Sept. 30, 1681. CTR [ Sept. 3. dup. CTR]

Mary, bur. Feb. 20, 1780. PR655

Sarah, maiden, d. wid. Mary, consumption, Mar. 20, 1786. a. 28 y. CR4

Anna, d. Daniel and Mary, convulsions, July 7, 1786, a. 25 d. CR4

Mary (Webb), Mrs., consumption, Mar. 21, 1790, a. 66 y. CR4

–––––, d. Mary, atrophia infantilis, Apr. 30, 1790, a. 8 m. CR4

[Sarah. NR9], w. John, Aug. 25, 1797, a. 83 y. [a. 84 y. NR9]

John, Nov. 5, 1797, a. 85 y.

Henry, at New York. Issue of Feb. 23, 1798. NR9

John, on his passage from Jamaica. Issue of Apr. 12, 1799. NR9

Benjamin, s. Benjamin, at Havanna, with E.H. Derby, jr., fever, Apr. 25, 1799, a. 16 y. CR4

John, s. Joseph and ––––– (Becket), 2d mate with Capt. Adam Welman, lost at sea, ––– ––, 1800, a. 23 y. CR4

–––––, natural Lydia, d. Daniel, convulsions, at the charity house, Dec. 12, 1800, a. 2 y. CR4

Stephen, ship carpenter, graver and caulker, h. Hannah (Smith), consumption, Oct. 26, 1804, a. 49 y. CR4

Daniel, h. Mary (Pierce), apoplexy, Feb. 22, 1808, a. 67 y. CR4 [a. 68 y. NR9]

Remember, bur. Dec. 3, 1811, a. 35 y. NR9

Mary Ann, w. Robert F., bur. May 11, 1813, a. 23 y. NR9

Hannah [wid. Stephen, Apr. 22, 1814. NR9], a. 54 y. CR1

Joseph, a. 26 y. Issue of Aug. 13, 1816. NR9

Elizabeth, wid., Aug. 2, 1818, a. 59 y.

Stephen [s. Stephen and Hanna (Smith). CR4], lung fever, May 17, 1819, 1. 38 y.

Mary, consumption, Aug. 17, 1820, a. 66 y.

Mary [wid., formerly of Marblehead. NR9], old age, Feb. 7, 1821, a. 84 y.

Susanna, old age, at the almshouse, Apr. 25, 1822, a. 76 y.

Ephraim, consumption, June 12, 1825, a. 48 y.

Samuel, carpenter on board ship Hope, on her passage from Madagascar to Mocha. Issue of June 20, 1826. NR9

Jonathan, on board the brig Romp, at Port au Prince, June 22, 1826, a. 14 y. Issue of Aug. 1, 1826. NR9

Mary, consumption, July 15, 1826, a. 65 y.

Sarah, Mrs., old age, bur. Dec. 23, 1834, a. 89 y. CR5

Hannah, Mrs., a. 86 y. Issue of Aug. 18, 1837. NR9

Priscilla, old age, Jan. 24, 1840, a. 76 y.

Abba, d. George, deceased, consumption, Feb. 20, 1841, a. 22 y.

James, A., s. Thomas B. and Lydia W., cholera infantum, Aug. 10, 1846, a. 8 m.

Martha L., d. Thomas F. and Lydia, consumption, Dec. 26, 1846, a. 6½ y.

Lydia, wid. Ephraim, d. Jonathan and Lydia Southward, palsy, Sept. 21, 1847, a. 59 y. [June 21, 1847. NR9]


CLUFF (Clough)

–––––, w. Peter, a. 52 y. Issue of Oct. 11, 1805. NR9

–––––, ch. William, bur. July 7, 1818. CR11

Hannah, d. William, consumption after measles, Mar. 14, 1822, a. 6 y.

–––––, ch. Thomas, Dec. 1, 1825, a. 5 m. CR10

Isaac [Collyer. NR9], s. William [convulsions. PR651], Sept. 17, 1832, a. 6 y. CR10


COADY (Cody)

–––––, ch. –––––, at the work house, bur. Mar. 29, 1791. CR11


COATES (Coats)

Margaret, w. John, a. 55 y. Issue of July 19, 1808. NR9 [bur. July 16. PR61]

John C., carpenter, on brig Indus, at Antwerp, ––– ––, 1825, a. 50 y. [Issue of Apr. 12. NR9]

Sarah, Mrs., a. 68 y. Issue of June 22, 1838. NR9


COATS (Coates)

John, palsy, Jan. 23, 1821, a. 88 y.


COBAN (Coburn)

Samuel, bur. June 4, 1816, a. 34 y. NR9


COBB

Ellen J. [Ellen Isabella. NR9], consumption, Oct. 8, 1841, a. 24 y.

Sarah, wid. [Gorham of Boston. NR9], liver complaint, Feb. 20, 1842, a. 55 y. [a. 57 y. NR9]


COBURN (Coban)

Susan, w. James F., July 18, 1831, a. 49 y. NR9

Polly, w. Loammi, d. Dea. Joshua Marshall of Dracut, b. Westford, Mar. 17, 1836, a. 51 y. GR8

Simeon A[ugustus. NR9], s. Simeon M., lung fever, July 29, 1842, a. 7 m.


COCHRAN (Corcoran, Corkrun)

John H[enry. NR9], s. Joseph, scarlet fever, Nov. 27, 1841, a. 3½ y. [a. 3 y. NR9]

Mary Ann, d. Joseph [and Mary. NR9], dropsy, Aug. 13, 1842, a. 1 m. [a. 6 w. NR9]

Catherine, d. Owen and Ann M., lung fever, Mar. 24, 1845, a. 5 m.


COCKBURN

–––––, ch. wid. decay, bur. Feb. 13, 1789. CR11


CODEY (Cody)

–––––, Mrs., at the poorhouse. Issue of Nov. 10, 1812. NR9


CODMAN

Francis Coffin, s. William, Esq., of New York, deceased, Apr. 27, 1831, a. 31 y. NR9


CODNER

Mary, Mrs. Issue of Dec. 26, 1800. NR9


CODY (Coady, Codey)

–––––, d. William and Elizabeth (Welcome), at the charity house, quinsy, Feb. 20, 1802, a. 10 y. CR4


COFFIN

Elizabeth, d. Henry and Eunice, bur. Feb. 15, 1742. CR11

Eunice, wid., a. 83 y. Issue of Mar. 24, 1787. NR8

Ruth, w. Calvin [Issue of June 1, 1832. NR9], a. 36 y. CR10

John C[alvin. NR9], s. Calvin, throat distemper, July 17, 1843, a. 5½ y.

Weare, b. New Hampshire, laborer, s. Jonathan and Sarah, heart complaint, Aug. 19, 1846, a. 42 y.

Mary, b. Tuftonboro, NH, wid. Weare, d. Joseph and Anna Kenny, fits, Jan. 12, 1848, a. 44 y.


COGGSWELL (Cogswell)

Sarah Augusta, Mrs., a. 36 y. Issue of Mar. 6, 1849. NR9


COGHLEN

Mary [Coglin. GR9], b. Ireland, fever, Aug. 20, 1844, a. 23 y.


COGSHALL

Timothy, s. Timothy, drowned, bur. at Lynn, d. Sept. 3, 1823, a. 4 y.

A.B., d. Timothy, epilepsy, Mar. 30, 1827, a. 1 y.


COGSWELL (Coggswell)

Mary, d. Epes and Mary, Oct. 12, 1807, a. 15 m. 15 d. GR8

Francies, s. William and Lucretia, of Ipswich, May 19, 1809, a. 20 y. GR8

George, on the wreck of the ship Margaret from Naples, wrecked May ––, 1810, received news, July 21, 1810. PR82

Epes, ––– ––, 1824. tomb. GR8

Mary, w. Eppes, phthisis pulmonalis, July 28, 1824, a. 46 y.

Robert, s. Robert, dropsy of ye head, Feb. 5, 1830, a. 4 y.


COHEW (Kehew)

Paul, at the almshouse, bur. Jan. 6, 1801. CR11


COLBY

Nathaniel, jr., killed by a fall from a building, Aug. 3, 1734. PR83

Polly, w. John, Dec. 15, 1806, a. 24 y. GR8

Lucy, w. Samuel, a. 24 y. Issue of Dec. 4, 1812. NR9

Lucy, d. Samuel, throat distemper, Nov. 1, 1818, a. 2 y.

Thomas, on brig Malay, at Batavia, ––– ––, 1824, a. 21 y. [Issue of Apr. 16. NR9]

Sarah (Nichols), w. John, liver complaint, July 11, 1843, a. 53 y.

Jeremiah, of Springfield, s. Samuel, dysentery, at Springfield, Oct. 1, 1848, a. 17 y.


COLCORD

[Joseph Augustus. NR9], s. Thomas R., dropsy, ––– ––, 1821, a. 4 y. [Issue of Nov. 13. NR9]

[James Ford. NR9], s. T.R. [Thomas R. a. 16 m. NR9], consumption, Nov. 2, 1821, a. 17 m.

Mary Ann, d. Thomas R., whooping cough, Sept. 13, 1823, a. 3 y.

–––––, d. Thomas R., croup, Nov. 7, 1830, a. 3 y.

Thomas R., ––– ––, 1833. tomb. GR7


COLE

Thomas, s. John and Mary (Knight), ––– ––, 1669. CTR

Samuell, s. Abraham and Sara (Davis), June ––, 1671. CTR

Alexander, mariner, June 27, 1687, a. 34 y. GR1

Elizabeth, d. Samuel and Elizabeth, June 26, 1713.

–––––, wid., a. 87 y. Issue of Mar. 12, 1793. NR9

Hariot, d. Phinehas and Hannah, Sept. 14, 1805, a. 5½ m. GR7

James, Capt., of Saco, commander of the brig Romeo, fever, Nov. 9, 1809, a. 39 y. CR4

Andrew, of Beverly. Issue of Sept. 14, 1810. NR9

Elizabeth, grandmother of ––––– Cole, preceptor of the female school, a. 101 y. Issue of Jan. 15, 1813. NR9

Azor, on ship Catharine, at sea, ––– ––, 1825, a. 25 y. [Issue of Dec. 23. NR9]

Ann W., w. Israel H., a. 25 y. Issue of July 23, 1833. NR9

Mary, Mrs., a. 56 y. Issue of Apr. 8, 1834. NR9

Jeremiah, at Trinidad, Cuba, yellow fever, July 13, 1837, a. 39 y. NR9

Henry, on board the brig Leo, on her passage from Trinidad to Portland, June 26, 1838, a. 41 y. NR9

John, b. Boston, carver, h. Matilda (Worling), s. –––––, of Boston, consumption, Nov. 3, 1840, a. 29 y.

Nicholas, Nov. 13, 1840, a. 4 y. NR9

Rachel, d. John, scarlet fever, May 25, 1841, a. 5½ y.


COLEBORNE

Cristian, d. Henry and Sara (Golt), 1: 6m: 1667. CTR

Henry, s. Henry and Sara (Golt), 17: 4m: 1669. CTR

Johanah, d. Henry and Sara (Golt), 24: 7m: 1673. CTR


COLEMAN (Colman)

–––––, s. –––––, scrofula, Apr. 28, 1821, a. 3 y.

William, s. William, a. 15 m. Issue of Nov. 6, 1835. NR9


COLEY

–––––, Irishman, a. 48 y. Issue of May 2, 1820. NR9


COLLIER (Collyer, Colyer)

Charles Henry, Apr. 20, 1827. PR108


COLLINES (Collins)

Joseph, ––– ––, 1826. tomb. GR8


COLLINGS (Collins)

John, s. William, bur. Feb. 7, 1779. PR655


COLLINS (Collens, Collines, Collings)

Ruth, d. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), Apr. 14, 1755. PR280

Isaiah, s. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), May 16, 1759. PR280

Enoch, hatter, Oct. 10, 1773, a. 38 y. NR4

Joseph, Jan. 12, 1775. PR280

Abigal (Crowel), w. Joseph, May 11, 1778. PR280

John, s. John and Mary (Stuart), Nov. 9, 1779. PR280

Joseph, s. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), July 30, 1780. PR280

Alexander Benajah, s. Benajah and Susanna (Tracy), canker, ––– ––, 1788, a. 6 w. PR280

Sarah, Mar. 23, 1788, a. 20 y. PR500

Peter, s. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), Aug. ––, 1789. PR280

Mary, wid., a long infirmity, June 13, 1790, a. 78 y. CR4

William, s. John and Hannah, fever, Aug. 31, 1790, a. 7 m. CR4

Elizabeth (Foot), formerly w. James Murray, wid., delirious, Jan. 24, 1792, a. 63 y. CR4

Richard, of Kingston, New Hampshire, died in the Offing on return from W. Indies, fever, received news Nov. 6, 1792, a. 27 y. CR4

Stephan, s. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), Jan. ––, 1793. PR280

Sarah (Thomas), w. James, fever, May 3, 1794, a. 64 y. CR4

James, fever, June 6, 1794, a. 61 y. CR4

James, s. John and Ruth, quinsy, Jan. 15, 1795, a. 3 y. CR4

Sarah, d. John and Ruth, fever, Aug. 27, 1795, a. 12 m. CR4

Hannah, d. James and Hannah, scarlet fever, Sept. 14, 1795, a. 3 y. CR4

Hannah (Masury), w. James, consumption, Sept. 14, 1797, a. 39 y. CR4

Sarah (Richardson), w. James, formerly w. ––––– Evoy, Apr. 4, 1799, a. 31 y. CR4

James, s. John, sr., at Havanna, with Capt. Flint, fever, Apr. 5, 1799, a. 15 y. CR4

John, s. John and Mary, on his passage from Hamburg, supposed to be lost on the Grand Banks, Dec. ––, 1799, a. 20 y. CR4

James, m. 1st ––––– (Masury), shoemaker, mariner on the ship Constitution, fever, abroad, Jan. 5, 1800, a. 41 y. CR4

John, s. John, sr., and Hannah, in the West Indies, fever, received news Feb. 24, 1800, a. 19 y. CR4

Charles [mate of the ship Recovery. NR9], killed by a hogshead falling on him, bur. Dec. 8, 1800. CR11 [a. 41 y. NR9]

James, s. James and Hannah, deceased, at sea, with Capt. S. Townsend, ––– ––, 1801, a. 19 y. CR4

Richard, mariner, s. Richard and Mary (Cox), at Philadelphia, fever, ––– ––, 1801, a. 26 y. CR4

–––––, ch. –––––, bur. Jan. 9, 1801. CR11

Hannah (Porter of Danvers), b. Littleton, w. John, fisherman, dropsy in the head, Sept. 29, 1801, a. 52 y. CR4

Lucy, w. Zachariah, d. Samuel Buffum, deceased, at Lynn, Oct. 25, 1801, a. 51 y. NR9

John, s. John and Mary (Stuart), lost at sea, ––– ––, 1802. PR280

Tracy, s. Benjah and Susanna (Tracy), yellow fever, at Havanna, Aug. 25, 1802, a. 25 y. PR280

Asa, on board the brig Hannah, Capt. Williams, on her passage to St. Petersburg. Issue of Apr. 30, 1805. NR9

Mary (Munyon), wid. Charles, fever, May 11, 1806, a. 39 y. CR4

–––––, d. Elizabeth, d. Charles, deceased, atrophy, Nov. 6, 1806, a. 9 w. CR4

Lucy, d. Robert [jr. NR9], and Lucy, Feb. 27, 1808, a. 6 m. GR8

William, at sea, on his passage from Havanna with Capt. Phippen. Issue of Nov. 24, 1809. NR9

Mary, d. John and Mary (Stuart), ––– ––, 1810. PR280

Richard, from Ireland, h. wid. Mary (Cox) Cotton, found dead in bed, Jan. 7, 1810, a. 72 y. CR4

Pickering, s. ––––– (Pickering), asthma, Mar. 16, 1811, a. 69 y. CR4

Mary, wid. Richard, from Ireland, formerly w. ––––– Cotton, d. Edward and Mary Cox, old age, June 15, 1811, a. 73 y. CR4

Henry, s. Capt. John, on his passage from Havanna, a. 28 y. Issue of Aug. 9, 1811. NR9

Charles, a. 26 y. Issue of Aug. 11, 1812. NR9

William, seaman, at Charleston, SC, Nov. 4, 1813, a. abt. 19 y. NR9

John, s. James, s. James and Sarah (Thomas), h. ––––– (Lander) Hammond, consumption, Dec. 17, 1814, a. 59 y. CR4 [a. 61 y. NR9]

John, bur. Nov. 7, 1815, a. 78 y. NR9

Mary, w. Capt. John, hectic, Oct. 18, 1816, a. 59 y. CR1

Benajah, s. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), Dec. 17, 1820, a. 77 y. PR280

Dixey, sudden, Nov. 3, 1822, a. 40 y.

John [Capt. CR1], complication of diseases, Aug. 22, 1824, a. 74 y. [Aug. 21, a. 72 y. CR1]

Margaret, wid. [w. Matthias of S. Boston. NR9], Feb. 24, 1825, a. 31 y.

T.M., s. Barnard, hydrocephalus, June 11, 1825, a. 9 m.

Charles, s. John and Mary (Stuart), ––– ––, 1826. PR280

Susanna (Tracy), wid. Benajah, Esq., Apr. 22, 1827, a. 82 y. PR280

James, s. Jamess, convulsion fits, June 4, 1827, a. 3 y.

Hallet, s. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), May ––, 1832. PR280

John, s. Robert and Lucy, d. Oct. 1, 1832. GR8

John, s. Robert, Oct. 1, 1832, a. 16 y. NR9

–––––, inf. ch. Henry. Issue of Oct. 8, 1833. NR9

Joseph, Capt., at Boston, suddenly, June 23, 1834, a. 59 y. NR9

John, s. Henry, a. 1 y. Issue of Sept. 30, 1834. NR9

Robert, Aug. 6, 1835, a. 49 y. NR9

Mary Jane, d. Henry, a. 10 m. Issue of Sept. 27, 1836. NR9

Ruth, Mrs., bur. Jan. 2, 1838, a. 78 y. NR9

Hallet, s. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), June 18, 1838. PR280

Paul, s. Joseph and Abigal (Crowel), ––– ––, 1840. PR280

Mary, d. Thomas, bowel complaint, Oct. 2, 1843, a. 10 d.

John P[orter. NR9], s. John P., deceased, consumption, Nov. 13, 1843, a. 33 y.

Dennis, b. Ireland, shoemaker, consumption, Aug. 19, 1844, a. 28 y.

Deborah, of Boston, b. Nova Scotia, d. [Judge. NR9] Benajah [of Danvers. NR9] and Susana, consumption, at Boston, July 20, 1847, a. 71 y.

Bartholomew, b. Ireland, laborer, cold water, June 22, 1849, a. 52 y.

William, b. Portland, s. Timothy and Mary, drowned, Aug. 25, 1849, a. 6 y.

Ann, b. Ireland, w. John, dysentery, Aug. 28, 1849, a. 28 y.

Mary Ann, w. John, a. 28 y. Issue of Aug. 31, 1849. NR9

John, s. John and Jane, dropsy, Sept. 23, 1849, a. 9½ m.

Dennis, b. Ireland, laborer, typhus fever, Dec. 12, 1849, a. 60 y.


COLLYER (Collier)

–––––, w. Isaac. Issue of Apr. 2, 1811. NR9

Isaac. Issue of Apr. 2, 1811. NR9

Susanna, w. Isaac, consumption, Sept. 3, 1818, a. 31 y.

Dorcas, w. Isaac, a. 52 y. Issue of Mar. 22, 1839. NR9


COLMAN (Coleman)

–––––, Dr., Aug. 23, 1747. PR83

Mary Ann [d. late Samuel, M.D., formerly of Newburyport. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, Nov. 9, 1825, a. 33 y.

Mary, wid., old age, Nov. 17, 1826, a. 77 y.

Susan[na. CR11], wid. [Dr. Samuel of Newbury. NR9], consumption, July 8, 1827, a. 68 y.

Mary Harris, d. Rev. Henry, Dec. 16, 1830, a. 14 y. NR9 PR24

Hariet, d. Benjamin and Elizabeth, Sept. 21, 1833 [a. 6 m. NR9]

Elizabeth, consumption, a. 18 y. Issue of Nov. 2, 1838. NR9

Sarah Ellen, d. Benjamin and Elizabeth, Dec. 9, 1838 [a. 16 m. NR9]

Harriet A. P[eirson. NR9], d. Benjamin and Elizabeth W., scarlet fever, Oct. 4, 1849, a. 423 y.


COLYER (Collier)

–––––, Mrs., family of Isaac, consumption, Mar. 21, 1839, a. 52 y.

Susan A[ugusta. NR9], d. Isaac, grandfather Benjamin Dodd, bowel complaint, Aug. 21, 1843, a. 2 y.

Eunice, d. Isaac [dec. NR9], [and Louise. GR8], cholera morbus, Aug. 24, 1844, a. 63 y. [a. 64 y. GR8]


COMFORT

Samuel, Mar. 25, 1704, a. abt. 38 y. GR1


COMSTOCK

–––––, ch. William A. and Caroline, canker, June 28, 1849, a. 1 m.


CONANT

Samuell, s. Roger, May 4, 1672. PR51

Roger, June 15, 1672. PR51

Christian, w. Joshua, d. Richard More, May 30, 1680, a. 28 y. GR1

Zerviah, wid. Dea. Josiah, of Hollis, NH. Issue of Feb. 17, 1816. NR9


CONCKLIN (Conkling)

Cornelyus, Mar. 21, 1667-8. CTR


CONEX

Daniel, cooper, drowned, May 31, 1811. NR9


CONKLING (Concklin)

James, s. James and Hannah, June 30, 1807, a. 2 y. 7 m. GR1


CONNEL (Connell)

Frances E., ch. Martin, bowel complaint, June 20, 1842, a. 3½ y.


CONNELL (Connel)

Christopher, a native of Ireland, Aug. 7, 1835, a. 24 y. GR8

James H[enry. NR9], of Boston, b. Boston, s. Lawrence and Bridget, consumption, at Boston, Sept. 30, 1849, a. 7 y.


CONNELLY

–––––, d. –––––, a foreigner, dysentery, Oct. 18, 1818, a. 9 m.

Thomas, hepatitis, Dec. 23, 1827, a. 50 y.


CONNER (O'Connor)

–––––, w. Thomas, apoplexy, bur. Dec. 4, 1785. CR11

Francis [O'Connor. CR4], s. Jeremiah O. [and Elizabeth. CR4], fever, June 24, 1818, a. 3 w.

Jeremiah, intemperance, June ––, 1824, a. 48 y. [Issue of June 29. NR9]

Mary, d. Michael, fits, Oct. 6, 1842, a. 1½ y.

James, b. Ireland, laborer, dysentery, Sept. 2, 1848, a. 60 y. [a. 65 y. NR9]


CONREA (Conrey)

James H., jr., s. James H. and Sarah, dysentery, Sept. 29, 1848, a. 6¼ y.


CONREY (Conrea)

James, s. Jonas and Elizabeth, Nov. 17, 1810, a. 10 m. GR8 [a. 8 m. NR9]

Jonas, May 9, 1813, a. 33 y. GR8 [Issue of May 16, 1817. NR9]

Mary, of Lynn, w. Thomas, child birth, at Lynn, Nov. 29, 1842, a. 48 y.


CONVERS (Converse)

Francis, on his passage from the West Indies, a. 23 y. Issue of Aug. 31, 1790. NR9


CONVERSE (Convers)

Mary, wid., old age, Jan. 8, 1822, a. 81 y.


CONWAY

Michael, a. 43 y. Issue of Aug. 7, 1812. NR9

–––––, Mrs. Issue of Oct. 15, 1813. NR9

Samuel, on board the brig Gen. Stark, Capt. Downing, at sea, a. 38 y. Issue of Oct. 19, 1819. NR9

James T[hompson. NR9], s. Edward, chronic diarrhea, Sept. 21, 1825, a. 17 m.

Sarah [Conua. NR9], age, at the almshouse, May 4, 1826, a. 88 y.

Sarah Caroline Chaplin, d. Capt. Chaplin, of Baltimore, a. 5 y. Issue of Apr. 27, 1830. NR9

H. Chaplin [Henry, inf. s. Capt. Chaplin. NR9], bur. Dec. 18, 1835, a. 1 d. CR11

Edward A[ugustus. NR9], s. Edward A., dropsy in head, June 13, 1842, a. 8 m.

William E., s. Edward, deceased, lung fever, Mar. 13, 1843, a. 26 y.

Sarah, b. Baltimore, MD, w. Chaplin, d. John and Sarah Crow, dropsy, Dec. 30, 1847, a. 53 y.


COOK (Cooke)

Mary, d. Jonathan, bur. Dec. 1, 1756, a. 4 y. CR1

Henry, Capt., at the West Indies, issue of June 25, 1771. NR4

Eastick, of schooner Nancy, Capt. Fairfield, wrecked near Provincetown on his passage from Port au Prince. Issue of Dec. 16, 1786. NR8

[Lydia, wid. NR8], cancer, Dec. 18, 1786, a. 69 y. CR1

John, Capt., drowned, at sea. Issue of May 29, 1787. NR8

John, a. 50 y. Issue of June 26, 1787. NR8

Elizabeth, Mrs., a. 45 y. Issue of Oct. 30, 1787. NR8

James, s. Capt. Robert, a. 14 y. Issue of Apr. 8, 1788. NR8

Benjamin, at Aux Cayes. Issue of Mar. 10, 1789. NR8

Hannah, wid., a. 44 y. Issue of Oct. 7, 1794. NR9

Lydia, w. Joseph, d. Capt. William Gray, deceased. Issue of Dec. 22, 1795. NR9

Sarah, d. William and Elizabeth, Mar. 22, 1796, a. 16 m. GR7

–––––, ch. –––––, quincy, bur. Mar. 24, 1796. CR11

George, newphew of Gen. Abbot, broke his leg, died suddenly, bur. July 31, 1798, a. 24 y. CR11

Elizabeth, w. Joseph [decay. CR11], Aug. 15, 1799, a. 51 y. GR1

Benjamin, at Havanna, a. 20 y. Issue of Dec. 23, 1800. NR9

George, lost at sea, Mar. 14, 1801, a. 17 y. NR9

–––––, ch. Capt. Caleb, dysentery, bur. Aug. 31, 1801. CR11

Sarah, wid. Isaac, a. 77 y. Issue of Dec. 22, 1801. NR9

William, of the brig Favorite, Capt. Henderson, s. Stephen, drowned in the North Sea, Apr. 11, 1802, a. 23 y. NR9

William, s. William and Elizabeth, May 5, 1802, a. 1 m. GR7

Stephen, Feb. 7, 1803, a. 60 y. GR7

Sally, d. William and Elizabeth, Feb. 20, 1803, a. 6 y. GR7

–––––, ch. Capt. Joseph, bur. Sept. 30, 1803. CR11

Elizabeth, wid. Benjamin, Apr. 16, 1804, a. 62 y. GR7

–––––, ch. Capt. Joseph, bur. Sept. 29, 1805. CR11

–––––, d. Samuel, bur. Nov. 5, 1806. PR61

–––––, ch. Capt. Samuel, bur. Nov. 7, 1806. CR11

–––––, d. Capt. William. Issue of Nov. 11, 1806. NR9

–––––, ch. Mr., bur. Oct. 12, 1807. PR61

–––––, ch. John, bur. Apr. 3, 1809. PR61

Sally, w. John. Issue of Sept. 18, 1810. NR9

Robert, bur. Dec. 19, 1811. PR61

Jonathan, Capt., on board the brig Industry, at sea, Dec. 26, 1811, a. 37 y. NR9

Elizabeth, wid. Stephen, Aug. 29, 1813, a. 71 y. GR7

Samuel, bur. Dec. 23, 1813. PR61 [a. 80 y. NR9]

George, bur. Apr. 7, 1814. PR61

–––––, ch. Capt. Benjamin, a. 7 m. Issue of Dec. 13, 1814. NR9

Robert, painter. Issue of July 14, 1815. NR9

Hannah, wid. Robert, a. 36 y. Issue of Oct. 3, 1815. NR9

–––––, inf. ch. Robert, deceased. Issue of Oct. 20, 1815. NR9

John, s. John, s. wid. H. Keen of Patfield, and Elizabeth, convulsions, June 23, 1816, a. 5 y. CR4 [a. 4 y. NR9]

Love, wid., palsy, Feb. 6, 1818, a. 70 y.

Elizabeth, w. Capt. William, consumption, Dec. 5, 1818, a. 52 y. [a. 53 y. CR11]

Betsy, Mrs., Dec. 18, 1818, a. 47 y. PR82

Elizabeth, wid., a. 77 y. Issue of July 14, 1820. NR9

Sarah, consumption, July 21, 1820, a. 77 y.

William, Capt., at sea, Nov. 25, 1820, a. 52 y. GR7

–––––, s. Benjamin, measles, Nov. 2, 1821, a. 11 m.

Joseph Henfield, s. Capt. Benjamin, a. 11 m. Issue of Nov. 2, 1821. NR9

Francis, on board ship Eliza, at Padang, ––– ––, 1822, a. 22 y.

James, convulsions, Sept. 24, 1822, a. 37 y.

Lydia, wid. [Capt. Robert. NR9], schirrus pylorus, Dec. 2, 1822, a. 75 y.

Lydia, scrofula, July 27, 1823, a. 44 y.

Mary, wid., old age, Oct. 5, 1823, a. 84 y.

John, phthisis pulmonalis, Mar. 2, 1824, a. 44 y.

Samuel N. [s. Capt. Samuel. NR9], of brig Gen. Stark, at Isle of France, Apr. 10, 1824, a. 21 y.

Hannah [disease of the heart. CR11], Dec. 19, 1825, a. 20 y.

–––––, ch. Capt. Benjamin, Mar. 23, 1826, a. 2 y. CR10

Joseph H[enfield. NR9], s. Benjamin, epilepsy, Mar. 26, 1826, a. 5 m.

John M., delirium vigilans, Mar. 31, 1826, a. 40 y.

Nathan, master, the Alfred, at sea, ––– ––, 1827, a. 41 y.

James, master of ship Paragon, at sea, ––– ––, 1828, a. 54 y.

–––––, ch. –––––, bur. Oct. 14, 1828, a. 2 d. CR11

Sarah, dropsy, at the almshouse, Jan. 23, 1829, a. 78 y. [a. 76 y. NR9]

Lucy, of Watertown, sister of Capt. Samuel, deceased, Jan. 27, 1833, a. 66 y. NR9

Samuel, at the almshouse, a. 79 y. Issue of Mar. 1, 1833. NR9

Mary, wid. Capt. Nathan [hectic. CR1], Mar. 25, 1834, a. 45 y. NR9 [Mar. 24, a. 43 y. CR1]

–––––, inf. ch. George C. Issue of Nov. 18, 1834. NR9

Hannah, wid., a. 88 y. Issue of Dec. 9, 1834. NR9

Caleb, jr., at Pulo Penang, Prince of Wales Island, Mar. 19, 1837, a. 39 y. GR1

Caleb, Capt., June 4, 1837, a. 66 y. GR1

William Morrill, s. Humphrey, bur. July 20, 1839, a. 10 m. NR9

Elizabeth, cancer, Sept. 11, 1839, a. 65 y.

William H., s. William, of Boston, dropsy, May 19, 1840, a. 18 m.

–––––, ch. stillborn, Humphrey, June 18, 1840.

Humphrey S[tanwood. NR9], s. Humphrey, scarlet fever, Sept. 21, 1840, a. 4 y.

Mary, wid. Stephen, consumption, May 4, 1841, a. 85 y.

Benjamin, fish dealer, lung fever, Dec. 15, 1843, a. 68 y.

Sarah E[lizabeth. NR9], d. James P., bowel complaint, Aug. 11, 1844, a. ½ m.

Caroline D., d. Nathan and Mary, consumption, Dec. 14, 1844, a. 19 y.

Nancy, wid. John, consumption, Apr. 12, 1845, a. 65 y.

Margaret, of Danvers, b. Ireland, w. Edward, d. John and Ann Neverill, consumption, at Danvers, May 22, 1849, a. 28 y.

Edward A., of Danvers, b. Danvers, s. Edward and Margaret, at Danvers, Aug. 11, 1849, a. 1112 y.

Charles H[enry. NR9], s. George C. and Windsopher, dropsy in head, Aug. 20, 1849, a. 4 y.

Charles S[tanwood. NR9], s. Humphrey and Louisa B., dysentery, Sept. 22, 1849, a. 14 m.

Elizabeth, w. John, d. Thomas Pitfield, dysentery, Oct. 9, 1849, a. 6023 y.


COOKE (Cook)

Elizabeth, d. Henry and Judith (Birdsale), Sept. ––, 1654. CTR

Henry, sr., Dec. 25, 1661. CTR

Isaack, s. Isaacke and Elizabeth, Apr. 6, 1671. CTR

Isaack, s. Isaacke and Elizabeth, 8: 8m: 1679. CTR

Samuell, s. John and Mary (Buxton), 11: 8m: 1679. CTR

Ebenezer, s. Isaacke and Elizabeth, 20: 8m: 1679. CTR

Samuell, s. Isaacke and Elizabeth, Oct. 1, 1679. CTR

Judeth, wid. Henry, Sept. 11, 1689. CTR

Mary, d. John, 23: 6m: 1691. CTR

Jonathan, a. 45 y. Issue of Mar. 31, 1789. NR8

William, from Cambridge, tailor, h. 1st ––––– (Marston), 2d (Brown) Rankin, apoplexy, Sept. 27, 1803, a. 51 y. CR4 [a. 50 y. GR1]

William, Englishman, bur. Dec. 15, 1814. CR11 [a. 43 y. NR9]

–––––, d. John and Elizabeth (Patfield), convulsions, Sept. 2, 1819, a. 3 m. CR4


COOMBS (Coomes, Cumbs)

Elizabeth, w. Frederick, Jan. 23, 1798. PR457

Frederick, intemperance, Nov. 30, 1824, a. 53 y.

George Washington, May 17, 1832. PR457

Lydia Mansfield, d. Frederick, deceased, May 5, 1835, a. 38 y. NR9

Thomas, Symonds, July 31, 1838. PR457

Christopher, bur. Dec. 25, 1838, a. 41 y. NR9

Frederick H., s. Frederick and Elizabeth, dropsy in head, Apr. 30, 1846, a. 6 y.

George E[dward. PR457], s. Frederick and Elizabeth, dysentery, Sept. 2, 1848, a. 5 y.

Edward, s. Frederick and Elizabeth, a. 5 y. Issue of Sept. 5, 1848. NR9

Susan Chase, Aug. 22, 1849. PR457


COOMES (Coombs)

John, Oct. 22, 1689, a. 25 y. CR2


COOPER

Eunice (Swasey), wid. William, at the charity house, consumption, Dec. 5, 1801, a. 48 y. CR4

Catherine D., d. Daniel and Catherine, dropsy in head, Jan. 7, 1846, a. 1 y.

James Randolph, s. Daniel J. and Catharine, bur. Nov. 27, 1849, a. 11 y. 8 m. NR9


CORA (Corey)

Elizabeth, [Corea, Mrs. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, Mar. 18, 1827, a. 27 y.


CORCORAN (Cochran)

Edward, s. Joseph, dysentery, Oct. 6, 1840, a. 6 m.


CORDWELL

–––––, d. William and Hannah (Hitchborn), vomiting and purging, Aug. 25, 1804, a. 9 m. CR4


COREY (Cora)

Mary, w. Giles, Aug. 27, 1684, a. 63 y. GR1

Hannah, d. Thomas, rickets, Mar. 28, 1820, a. 22 y.

Thomas, apoplexy, Jan. ––, 1827, a. 74 y. [Issue of Jan. 23. NR9]

Abigail, age, Sept. 14, 1828, a. 73 y.


CORKRUN (Cochran)

James Edward, s. Joseph, a. 5 w. Issue of Oct. 2, 1832. NR9


CORNELIUS

Elias, Rev. Dr., at Hartford, Feb. 13, 1832. CR5

Sarah Bancroft, d. Alonzo, Mar. 9, 1836, a. 3 y. 7 m. NR9

Alonzo Bancroft, only ch. A.G., Sept. 11, 1838, a. 13 m. NR9

Alonzo E[gbert. NR9], s. Alonzo G., dropsy in head, Sept. 23, 1841, a. 2 y.

Daniel B[ancroft. NR9], s. A.G., lung fever, Nov. 12, 1841, a. 3 m.


CORNISH

Edward, ch. mate, brig Susan, at sea, ––– ––, 1827, a. 24 y.

Mary, wid. Isaiah, d. Thomas Vining, age, bur. at Marblehead, d. Apr. 18, 1848, a. 87 y.


CORVEN (Curwen)

–––––, mother Richard Ward, bur. Jan. 5, 1810. PR61


CORWIN (Curwen)

Elizabeth, w. Capt. George, 15: 7m: 1668. CTR

Margerett, d. Jonathan and Elizabeth (Gibbs), 5: 9m: 1679. CTR

Jonathan, s. Jonathan and Elizabeth (Gibbs), 12: 6m: 1682. CTR

John, s. Jonathan and Elizabeth (Gibbs), Sept. 10, 1684. CTR

Margerett, d. Jonathan and Elizabeth (Gibbs), Feb. 23, 1685-6. CTR

Sarah, d. Jonathan and Elizabeth (Gibbs), Dec. 19, 1689. CTR

Jonathan, s. Jonathan and Elizabeth (Gibbs), Dec. 25, 1689. CTR

Harbert, s. Jonathan and Elizabeth (Gibbs), Feb. 10, 1690-91. CTR

Elizabeth, w. Jonathan, Esq., Aug. 29, 1718. CTR


COTEL (Cottle)

Philip [Cottle. NR9], of Marblehead, fever and rupture, Oct. 14, 1813, a. 32 y. CR4


COTELL (Cottle)

Sally [M., d. Philip and Hannah. GR8], dropsy in head, June 11, 1821, a. 3 y. [May 15, a. 10 y. NR9]


COTTER

William, b. St. John, NB, seaman, found dead in bed at his boarding house, Aug. 28, 1843, a. 32 y.


COTTERELL (Cottrell)

Joseph, s. William, drowned, June 22, 1828, a. 5 y.

William, at Trinidad, Cuba, Oct. 31, 1839, a. 49 y. NR9


COTTLE (Cotel, Cotell)

Mary Elizabeth, d. William, a. 2 y. Issue of Mar. 19, 1833. NR9

Charles A[lbert. NR9], s. Charles B. and Mary, inflammation of bowels, Sept. 24, 1847, a. 10 m.


COTTON

William, s. William and Elizabeth, dysentery, Aug. 31, 1790, a. 16 m. CR4

William, s. James and Alice, atrophia infantilis, Nov. 28, 1790, a. 2 y. CR4

James, m., on the brig Harriette, perished off the Texell, Mar. 21, 1791, a. 23 y. CR4

William, m. [brother of James, who perished on brig Harriot at India. NR9], at Batavia in Java, received news July 9, 1791, a. 26 y. CR4

Alice (Welcome of Gloucester), wid. James, at the charity house, convulsions, Aug. 9, 1812, a. 49 y. CR4


COTTRELL (Cotterell)

Henry Edwards, s. Henry Edwards and Ann, infantile, July 27, 1849, a. 3 w.


COUCH

Sarah H[eard. NR9], d. Daniel and Elizabeth, infantile, Sept. 7, 1847, a. 1 m.


COURTLAND

Letty, w. John, consumption, July 25, 1823, a. 44 y.


COUSINS

Charles, s. Thomas and Mary, dropsy in head, June 9, 1845, a. 9 m.


COWAN

Charles Stuart, s. Robert and Elizabeth, Nov. 20, 1796, a. 2 y. 8 m. GR7

William, s. Robert and Elizabeth, May 29, 1799, a. 6 y. 10 m. GR7

Francis, a native of Ireland, on board the ship Hermione on his passage from Isle-of-May to Boston, accident. Issue of Oct. 5, 1804. NR9

James, with Capt. Jonathan Bickford, sailed from Trinidad Mar. 8, in the brig Hector, lost at sea, ––– ––, 1807. PR82

William, lientery, Feb. 3, 1830, a. 26 y.

Robert, b. Scotland, painter, h. Elizabeth (Stewart), dysentery, Aug. 25, 1846, a. 84 y.

Elizabeth (Stuart), b. Edinburg, Scotland, wid. Robert, cholera morbus, Sept. 16, 1847, a. 80 y.

Elenor, d. Robert and Elizabeth, dysentery, Oct. 5, 1849, a. 51 y.


COWELL

–––––, a foreigner, at the poorhouse, bur. Dec. 27, 1795. CR11


COWLEY (Crowley)

John, s. John and Catherine, infantile, May 14, 1847, a. 8 d.


COX

George, s. wid. Mary, Aug. 28, 1703.

Edward, s. Edward and Mary (Swacy), Sept. 18, 1705.

Richard, s. Edward and Mary (Swacy), June 12, 1714.

John, s. John and ELizabeth (Tapley), Aug. 14, 1747.

Elizabeth, d. John and Elizbeth (Tapley), Jan. 9, 1750.

John, suddenly, Apr. 10, 1772. NR4

Francis, atrophy, July 29, 1782, a. 63 y. CR1

Mary, wid., old age, Dec. 22, 1782, a. 77 y. CR1

–––––, natural, d. Louis, vomiting and purging, Oct. 24, 1786, a. 14 m. CR4

Benjamin, Capt., at Martinico, a. 46 y. Issue of Oct. 28, 1788. NR8

Edward, mariner, h. ––––– (Gayton), at Hispaniola, fever, received news Sept. 11, 1798, a. 27 y. CR4

–––––, Mrs., a. 84 y. Issue of Sept. 4, 1801. NR9

Mary (Village), wid. William, mother of wid. ––––– Macdaniel, at poor house, fever, Jan. 29, 1802, a. 67 y. CR4

–––––, ch. Francis, bur. Apr. 5, 1810. PR61

–––––, ch. Benjamin, quinsey. Issue of June 1, 1813. NR9

Benjamin, bur. Aug. 18, 1813. PR61

–––––, ch. Francis, a. 9 m. Issue of Jan. 14, 1814. NR9

Edward Smith, s. Benjamin, nervous fever, Oct. 28, 1819, a. 6 y.

Sarah [w. Francis. NR9], consumption, Nov. 23, 1820, a. 34 y.

[Sarah. NR9], d. Francis, cholera, Sept. 22, 1821, a. 1 y. [a. 20 m. NR9]

Mary [Mercy. NR9], wid., dropsy and consumption, Mar. 15, 1822, a. 75 y.

Francis, cynanche trachealis, Oct. 9, 1828, a. 2 y.

Hugh [a native of Ireland. NR9], July 13, 1829, a. 35 y.

Elizabeth, wid. [Benjamin. NR9], cholera, Aug. 22, 1830, a. 83 y.

Joseph K., a. 56 y. Issue of May 9, 1837. NR9

Francis, May 16, 1838, a. 50 y. NR9

Elizabeth (Deland), m., dropsy, Apr. 16, 1847, a. 64 y.


COY

–––––, d. Ellen, Apr. 16, 1838, a. 2 y. CR14


CRAFT (Crafts)

Samuel, on the wreck of the ship Margaret from Naples, wrecked May ––, 1810, received news July 21, 1810. PR82

–––––, ch. Capt. Nathaniel W., a. 6 m. Issue of Feb. 28, 1812. NR9


CRAFTS (Craft)

Nathaniel B., lost overboard from brig Ontario, on his passage from Batavia, received news, Nov. 17, 1818, a. 22 y. PR82

Eliza B., m., d. John Buffington, deceased, May 14, 1842, a. 61 y.

George Eleazer, s. George W., ––– 18, 1846, a. 1 y. NR9

Rebecca, b. Beverly, w. George, d. Nicholas and Elizbeth Carrel, consumption, Jan. 25, 1849, a. 55 y.

Andrew J[ackson. NR9], b. Beverly, s. George and Rebecca, consumption, May 19, 1849, a. 20512 y.


CRAIG

George H.W., b. Boston, s. George W. and Mary J., dysentery, Aug. 15, 1846, a. 8 m.


CRAIN (Crane)

–––––, Mrs., bur. Feb. 4, 1779. PR655

–––––, s. John, dropsy in the brain, bur. Mar. 24, 1782. CR11


CRANCH

[Maria V. NR9], Mrs. [consumption. NR9], bur. May 30, 1810. PR61 [a. 22 y. NR9]


CRANDALL (Crandell)

John, from Providence, RI, h. ––––– Lane, d. Nicholas, with Capt. W. Putnam, sailed for Gibraltar Feb. 12, lost at sea, ––– ––, 1800, a. 41 y. CR4

George W., s. John, a. 9 y. 6 m. Issue of Oct. 12, 1832. NR9


CRANDELL (Crandall)

John, jr., pilot, s. John, poisoned, May 8, 1841, a. 26 y.


CRANE (Crain)

–––––, ch. –––––, bur. Aug. 22, 1790. CR11

John, Feb. 8, 1798, a. 51 y.

John, a. 30 y. Issue of Feb. 9, 1808. NR9

James W., s. James and Rebecca, croup, June 14, 1841, a. 5 y.


CREAMER

Eunice, wid., Dr. Edward, a. 55 y. Issue of Mar. 22, 1814. NR9

Frederick, s. Dr. Edward, deceased, a. 27 y. Issue of May 17, 1814. NR9

Nancy, d. Dr. Edward, deceased, a. 37 y. Issue of June 3, 1834. NR9


CREASEY (Creesey)

Harriet E., a. 13 y. Issue of Nov. 11, 1831. NR9


CREASY (Creesey)

Susan, b. Beverly, d. Benjamin and Lydia, consumption, bur. at Beverly, d. Dec. 9, 1849, a. 23½ y.


CREESEY (Creasey, Creasy, Cresy)

Charles H[enry. NR9] s. Henry [and Lydia. NR9], lung fever, May 7, 1841, a. 2 y.

Eliza M., d. A[ndrew. NR9] E. and Eliza, infantile, Sept. 27, 1847, a. 2 m. [removed to Beverly. GR9]


CREIGHTON

–––––, s. Joseph, fever, July 27, 1825, a. 2 y.

Joseph, intemperance, Sept. 10, 1827, a. 40 y.


CRELLY

James, h. ––––– (Valpy), from Ireland, at Martinico, with Capt. Ober, fever, Mar. 18, 1803, a. 42 y. CR4


CRESY (Creesey)

John, s. John and Sarah, Dec. 17, 1690. CTR


CRISPEN (Crispin)

–––––, d. Mrs., bur. Sept. 14, 1808. PR61

Jane, Mrs., a. 23 y. Issue of Nov. 1, 1836. NR9


CRISPIN (Crispen)

–––––, s. Margaret, d. William and Mary Crispin, atrophia infantilis, Aug. 21, 1804, a. 5 m. CR4

–––––, d. William and Mary (Dawson), dysentery, Sept. 26, 1805, a. 20 m. CR4

–––––, s. William and Mary (Dawson), fever, Jan. 7, 1808, a. 14 m. CR4

Nancy, d. William and Mary, worn out, Oct. 22, 1809, a. 22 y. CR4

William, rigger, s. William and Margaret (Swasey), injury from a blow, June 16, 1816, a. 62 y. CR4

–––––, s. William and Elizabeth, at birth, Oct. 30, 1817. CR4

–––––, ch. William, overlaid by mother, Apr. 1, 1820, a. 3 m.

Nancy, dropsy, at the workhouse, Oct. 17, 1820, a. 27 y.


CROCKER

Edward, "kill'd at Casko," Aug. 5, 1690. CR2

Harriet [F. NR9], b. Portland, ME, w. Samuel P., d. James and Mary Chadburn, consumption, bur. at Newburyport, d. Apr. 4, 1848, a. 23 y.

William Edward Toppan, only s. Samuel P., at Newburyport, Aug. 24, 1848, a. 10 m. 17 d. NR9


CROEL (Crowell)

Samuel, jr., at the West Indies. Issue of July 28, 1795. NR9


CROMWELL

Thomas, s. Thomas, Mar. 16, 1663. CTR

Dorithy [Doraty. GR1], w. Phillip, Sept. 28, 1673. CTR [ Sept. 27, a. 67 y. GR1]

Mary, w. Philip, Nov. 14, 1683, a. 72 y. GR1

Thomas, Mar. 17, 168[6-7. T.C. ] CTR

Philip, Mar. 30, 1693, a. 83 y. GR1


CRONIN

Timothy, b. Ireland, laborer, consumption, at the almshouse, Apr. 3, 1844, a. 30 y.


CROOKSHANKS (Cruikshank, Crukshank)

Joseph, native of London, England, consumption, Aug. 16, 1794, a. 47 y. CR4

Mary (Johnson) of Marblehead, wid. Joseph, formerly w. ––––– Newell, dysentery, Sept. 16, 1808, a. 64 y. CR4


CROSBEY (Crosby)

Patty, wid., decay, bur. July 13, 1784. CR11


CROSBY (Crosbey)

Peggey, w. Capt. Nicholas, Sept. 25, 1795, a. 38 y. GR1

Nicholas, Capt., Dec. 7, 1800, a. 50 y. PR34

Peter, at Buenos Ayres, a. 47 y. Issue of Apr. 26, 1803. NR9

James, of the brig Return, at sea, a. 15 y. Issue of Nov. 7, 1809. NR9

John, pneumonia, Jan. 10, 1828, a. 36 y.

Mary, Mrs., Oct. 13, 1834, a. 73 y. NR9

Charlotte Keep, d. Josiah G., Sept. 21, 1835. NR9

Lucy C., d. Joseph H., bowel complaint, Aug. 26, 1843, a. 2 m.

Mary (Treadrick), b. Wolfboro, NH, w. Asa, lung fever, Nov. 18, 1849, a. 64 y.


CROSS

Joseph, May 30, 1812, a. 50 y. GR8

Joseph, suddenly, Nov. 30, 1812, a. 51 y. NR9

Joseph, bilious fever, Dec. ––, 1814, a. 44 y. CR1

–––––, s. Joshua, lockjaw, a. 10 y. Issue of July 7, 1815. NR9

Henry, delirium tremens, Nov. 28, 1822, a. 31 y. [a. 30 y. GR8]

Joshua, dropsy, Dec. 3, 1822, a. 45 y.

Samuel, hydrothorax, June ––, 1824, a. 47 y. [Issue of July 6. NR9]

Mary Ann, typhus fever, Aug. 1, 1825, a. 16 y.

Charles, consumption, May 1, 1826, a. 30 y.

Joseph, chronic diarrhea, July 28, 1826, a. 35 y.

Joshua [a Revolutionary soldier. GR7], age, May 24, 1829, a. 77 y.

Ira, drowned from brig Homer, of Beverly, Nov. ––, 1831, a. 28 y. Issue of June 29, 1832. NR9

Lydia, wid. Joshua, May 24, 1837, a. 83 y. GR7

William Henry, only ch. William, a. 1 y. Issue of Sept. 19, 1837. NR9

Rebecca, w. Joseph, Oct. 3, 1838, a. 78 y. GR8

Sarah Webb, d. Parker, a. 20 y. Issue of Aug. 6, 1839. NR9

Mary [R. NR9], family of Parker [w. Parker. NR9], consumption, July 5, 1840, a. 54 y.

Samuel, seaman, s. Samuel, deceased, brain fever, Dec. 21, 1841, a. 24 y. [a. 21 y. GR8]

Hannah, Mrs., Apr. 28, 1842, a. 56 y. NR9

Hannah (Cook), wid. Moses, consumption, Apr. 28, 1843, a. 66 y.

Bridget, d. Joshua, deceased, drowned, at Boston, Feb. 18, 1845, a. 53 y.

Polly (Clarke), July 2, 1848. CR13

Mary, d. Joseph and Rebecca, consumption, Oct. 14, 1848, a. 54 y. [a. 55 y. GR8]

Abigail, b. Haverhill, wid. Samuel, d. Michael and Sarah Whittier, dropsy, Aug. 10, 1849, a. 70 7-12 y.


CROSWELL

Ephraim, a stranger [lately from Saco. NR9], fever, Dec. 23, 1813, a. 18 y. CR4


CROW

–––––, wid., bur. Nov. 3, 1756. CR1

–––––, Mrs., bur. Nov. 29, 1758, a. 90 y. CR1

Daniel, suddenly, Nov. 22, 1837, a. 25 y. CR14


CROWDER

Sally, Mrs., a. 55 y. Issue of Aug. 26, 1834. NR9


CROWEL (Crowell)

–––––, d. wid. measles, bur. Aug. 10, 1783, a. 11 y. CR11

–––––, s. –––––, drowned, Apr. 24, 1835, a. 16 y. PR483


CROWELL (Croel, Crowel)

–––––, w. William, bur. Jan. 4, 1774. PR655

Lucy, w. Capt. Aaron, a. 27 y. Issue of Apr. 21, 1787. NR8

–––––, ch. –––––, decay, bur. Nov. 26, 1801. CR11

–––––, drowned, bur. July 24, 1805. CR11

Christopher, drowned, July 27, 1805, a. 56 y. NR9

–––––, ch. Mr., bur. Oct. 16, 1813. PR61

–––––, ch. –––––, dentition, at the work house, Apr. 18, 1821, a. 19 m.

Lydia, wid., peripneumonia, Apr. 4, 1824, a. 72 y.

–––––, w. David. Issue of Sept. 9, 1831. NR9

James, dropsy, Jan. 1, 1839, a. 73 y.


CROWLEY (Cowley)

Margaret, wid. James, dysentery, Dec. 13, 1849, a. 62 y.


CROWNINGSHIELD (Crowninshield)

Sarah, w. Jacob, d. John Gardner, hectic, May ––, 1807 [May 20. NR9], a. 34 y. CR1


CROWNINSHIELD (Crowningshield)

John, Capt., mariner, May 25, 1761, a. 65 y. GR1

John, Capt., June 24, 1766, a. 67 y. GR1

Anstis, wid. Capt. John, Sept. 10, 1774, a. 72 y. GR1

John, s. Capt. Clifford, June 1, 1777, a. 49 y. GR1

John, m., mate with Capt. Lambert, s. wid. Hannah [s. Jacob and Hannah, h. Sarah (Hathorne)], dysentery, Feb. 19, 1786, a. 24 y. CR4

–––––, s. Benjamin and Mary, Apr. 23, 1786, a. 12 h. CR4

Edward, s. George, at Guadeloupe, W. Indies, fever, received news, Feb. 15, 1793, a. 17 y. CR4

Mary (Ives) [w. John. GR1], wid., consumption, June 5, 1794, a. 67 y. CR4 [a. 66 y. GR1]

Elizabeth, w. Capt. Clifford, d. Rev. ––––– Fisher, bur. Mar. 19, 1806, a. 20 y. NR9

Jacob, Hon. [Esq., M.C. CR1], h. –––––, d. John Gardner, s. George, at Washington during session of Congress, consumption, Apr. 15, 1808, a. 38 y. CR4 [a. 32 y. CR1]

John Ruttledge, s. Richard and Ann (Sterling) of New York, dysentery, Sept. 9, 1808, a. 6 m. CR4

Clifford, Capt., June 3, 1809, a. 47 y. GR1

Lucia, d. Benjamin W. and Mary (Boardman), convulsions, Feb. 21, 1812, a. 6 w. CR4

Mary, d. Richard Derby, Esq., w. G[eorge C. NR9], merchant, paralytic affections, Nov. 26, 1813, a. 76 y. CR4

George, sr., Capt., h. ––––– Derby, d. Richard, age, June 16, 1815, a. 81 y. CR4

George, Capt., on the barge Cleopatra at Crowninshield's wharf, angina pectoris, Nov. 26, 1817, a. 51 y. CR4 [a. 54 y. PR654]

[Mary Ann. NR9], ch. B.W. [d. Hon. Benjamin W.], whooping cough, July 15, 1821, a. 3 y. [a. 27 m. NR9]

William, passenger in the Laura Towne, at sea, ––– ––, 1823, a. 19 y.

Sarah [w. John, d. Capt. Daniel and Rachel Hathorne. GR1], fracture of thigh bone, Jan. 18, 1829, a. 68 y. [Jan. 14, a. 66 y. GR1]

Benjamin V[arnum. NR9], s. B.W. Esq., nervous fever, Jan. 26, 1829, a. 21 y.

Richard, jr., s. Richard and Ann, suicide, June 10, 1830, a. 2616 y.

Hannah, a. 68 y. Issue of Apr. 13, 1832. NR9

Ann, of Danvers, w. Richard, at Danver, June 1, 1840, a. 64 y.

John, of Boston, merchant, h. Mary, s. George, deceased, consumption, at Boston, Apr. 10, 1842, a. 70 y.

Mary W., of Boston, d. John, deceased, consumption, at Boston, Aug. 16, 1844, a. 25 y.

Richard, of Danvers, manufacturer, s. George and Mary, [dysentery. dup.], at Danvers, Aug. 18, 1844, a. 6923 y.

Jacob, commander U.S. Navy, on board steamer Oregon, on her passage from San Francisco to Panama, apoplexy. Issue of Aug. 17, 1849. NR9


CRUIKSHANK (Crookshanks)

Sarah A., w. Joseph, d. John and Eunice Harwood, consumption, Sept. 25, 1845, a. 34 y. [a. 36 y. NR9]

John H., b. NY, s. James and S., consumption, Oct. 15, 1845, a. 2 y.


CRUKSHANK (Crookshanks)

Mary, wid., a. 60 y. Issue of Sept. 20, 1808. NR9


CULBERTSON

Augustus, s. Nathaniel Y., a. 2 y. Issue of Jan. 27, 1835. NR9


CUMBS (Coombs)

Elizabeth, d. Frederick and Abigail, Apr. 20, 1773, a. 6 y. GR1

Christopher, Feb. 13, 1797, a. 26 y.

Elizabeth, w. Frederick, Jan. 24, 1800, a. 25 y. GR1

Susanna [Coombs. PR457], d. Frederick and Lydia, Jan. 1, 1813, a. 2 y. GR1


CUMING (Cummings)

–––––, s. John, bur. Dec. 27, 1806. PR61


CUMINGS (Cummings)

Martha, cancer and consumption, at the workhouse, Mar. 29, 1819, a. 62 y.


CUMMINGS (Cuming, Cumings, Cummins)

Joseph, of the schooner Nabby, Thomas Stevens master, wrecked near Thatcher's Island. Issue of Mar. 23, 1790. NR9

William, of the schooner Nabby, Thomas Stevens master, wrecked near Thatcher's Island. Issue of Mar. 23, 1790. NR9

Martha, wid., suddenly, a. 77 y. Issue of Sept. 11, 1807. NR9

Nathaniel. Issue of May 11, 1813. NR9

–––––, ch. David, Esq., a. 18 m. Issue of Sept. 6, 1814. NR9

Nathaniel, mate of the brig Agusta, on his passage from Havanna to N. Orleans, June 5, 1819, a. 22 y. Issue of Aug. 13, 1819. NR9

Susan Frances, only ch. William W., a. 6 m. Issue of Sept. 13, 1831. NR9

Mary, w. Oliver, Apr. 24, 1837, a. 50 y. NR9

Caroline, d. Oliver, a. 12 y. ISsue of Aug. 25, 1837. NR9

Mary, a. 24 y. Issue of Sept. 12, 1837. NR9

Mary Elizabeth, d. William W., a. 1 y. Issue of Nov. 24, 1840. NR9


CUMMINS (Cummings)

Catharine, w. David, Esq., d. Dr. Thomas Kittredge of Andover, apoplexy, July 16, 1824, a. 34 y.

Elizabeth, wid., peripneumonia notha, at the almshouse, May 17, 1825, a. 75 y.

Sarah R[andol, Mrs. NR9], menorrhagea, June 17, 1828, a. 24 y.

Susan C[Susan Shepard. NR9], d. William C., brain fever, May 23, 1840, a. 6 y.

Mary, b. Lynnfield, wid. Nathaniel, d. Samuel and Elizabeth, Putnam, paralytic, Aug. 19, 1847, a. 81 y.


CUNNINGHAM

John, stranger, dysentery, July 14, 1789, a. 20 y. CR1

Elizabeth, fever, Aug. 2, 1843, a. 73 y.

Patrick H[enry. NR9], s. John and Sarah, dropsy in head, Sept. 2, 1848, a. 8 m.


CURLOW

John, of Portland, drowned, Aug. 28, 1846. NR9


CURRAN (Curren)

–––––, ch. –––––. Issue of Nov. 17, 1812. NR9

John, of the privateer Alexander, Capt. Wellman, at sea, by a shot from the English ship Ramondcetta, Nov. 24, 1812. NR9

Morris, of the marque brig Mary and Eliza, Capt. J. White, lost at sea. Issue of Jan. 22, 1813. NR9

Stephen, seaman, on board the ship Argonaut, on her passage from Pulo Penang. Issue of Oct. 13, 1818. NR9

Hannah, wid., a. 81 y. Issue of Oct. 19, 1838. NR9


CURREN (Curran)

James, b. Ireland, s. John and Mararet, "found murdered in an old well near North Bridge," Feb. 7, 1848.


CURREY (Currie)

Deborah, pneumonia, Dec. ––, 1828, a. 55 y. [Issue of Dec. 26. NR9]

–––––, July 30, 1830, a. 35 y.


CURRIER

Jacob [Courier. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, Dec. 30, 1825, a. 24 y.

John B., Capt., of the bark Gen. Stark, nervous affection, at sea, Aug. 17, 1832. NR9

Mary Eliza, d. Daniel, jr., formerly of Manchester, bur. Oct. 23, 1838, a. 18 m. NR9

–––––, s. Daniel, scarlet fever, Apr. 11, 1839, a. 2 y.

George Stillman, s. Arial S. and Susan L., Apr. 15, 1839, a. 2 y. 2 m. GR8 Isaac, a. 24 y. Issue of Sept. 23, 1806. NR9


CURTES (Curtis)

Sara, d. William and Alse, 25: 8m: 1660. CTR


CURTICE (Curtis)

John, s. Richard and Sara, 28: 5m: 1659. CTR

John, s. Richard and Sara, 4: 7m: 1660. CT.R.


CURTIS (Curtes, Curtice)

Abigail, wid. Zechariah, d. John Gray, aged, Oct. 16, 1800, a. 86 y. CR4

Nancy, w. Ambrose, bur. June 10, 1808. NR9

Abigail, alias Jenkins, d. Zechariah and Abigail, debility, Mar. 28, 1809, a. 69 y. CR4

–––––, wid., formerly of Marblehead, a. 80 y. Issue of May 15, 1810. NR9

Lucia Nichols, d. Nehemiah and Sara, strangers, convulsions, Oct. 10, 1812, a. 10 m. CR4

Margaret (Thomas of Marblehead), wid. Daniel, at the charity house, old age, Jan. 6, 1815, a. 82 y. CR4

Abel Winslow, bur. June 5, 1816, a. 42 y. NR9

Ambrose, intemperance, Jan. 27, 1819, a. 42 y.

[Martha Ann. NR9], d. Stacy, cholera, Oct. 12, 1821, a. 7 m.

Stacey, first officer of brig Time, at sea, ––– ––, 1823, a. 27 y.

James R., phthisis pulmonalis, Apr. 21, 1823, a. 14 y.

Sally [Courtis, d. Ambrose, dec. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, Sept. 15, 1824, a. 24 y.

Stephen H[arley, s. Harley and Mary. GR8], s. Hardy, bronchitis [croup. CR10], Oct. 29, 1824, a. 3 y.

Joseph, drowned near Boston Light house [in Boston harbor, from on board the William Henry, on the outward passage. NR9], ––– ––, 1826, a. 22 y.

Amos, gastritis, bur. at Danvers, d. May 14, 1828, a. 74 y.

Betsey, wid., suddenly, a. 74 y. Issue of Feb. 26, 1833. NR9

Mary, Nov. ––, 1833. CR13

Judith, Mrs., bur. Aug. 14, 1838. CR5

Ann M[aria S. NR9], d. Daniel and Lydia, lung fever, Mar. 15, 1849, a. 7 w.


CURWEN (Corven, Corwin, Cowan, Curwin)

George, drowned at sea, Jan. ––, 1761, a. 21 y. PR654

Sarah, d. George and Sarah, Feb. 26, 1773, a. 30 y. PR654

Abigail, w. Samuel, Esq., Mar. 31, 1793, in her 69th y. NR9

Samuel, Esq. [s. Rev. George. NR9], Apr. 10, 1802, a. 87 y.

Sarah [d. Benj. Pickman and Abigail. PR654], wid., bur. Jan. 5, 1810, a. 91 y. NR9

Samuel E., s. James B. and Rebecca H., July 6, 1849, a. 7 m.


CURWIN (Curwen)

George, Esq., b. England, d. ––– ––, 1685. GR7

Lidia, w. George, Dec. 23, 1700.

George, Rev., h. Mehittable (Parkman), Nov. 23, 1717, in his 35th y.

Jonathan, s. Rev. George and Mehittable (Parkman), Nov. 6, 1718.

Mehitabel, wid. Rev. George, Nov. 13, 1718.

Hannah [Caswell. NR9], dysentery, Oct. 5, 1827, a. 12 y.


CUSHING

James, merchant, at Alexandria, a. 31 y. Issue of Sept. 20, 1796. NR9

Zenas, of Weymouth, a. 33 y. Issue of Oct. 16, 1804. NR9

Sarah, w. Thomas C. [editor of the Salem Gazette. NR9], July 13, 1805 [a. 37 y. GR7]

William Henry Dean, s. Thomas C. and Sarah, May 12, 1806. [a. 10 m. GR7]

Thomas, Esq. [Col. CR11], s. Lt. Gov. –––––, deceased, bur. Dec. 7, 1808. NR9

Mary, S., grandd. Lt. Gov. –––––, deceased, bur. Oct. 4, 1816, a. 21 y. NR9

Thomas C. [native of Hingham, of the firm of Cushing & Appleton. NR9], printer of the Salem Gazette, dysentery, Sept. 29, 1824, a. 60 y.


CUTLER

James, a. 80 y. Issue of Feb. 17, 1795. NR9


CUTTER

–––––, Mr., May 10, 1848. PR79


CUTTS

Benjamin, ––– ––, 1829. tomb. GR7

M.E. [Mary Erwin. NR9], d. Benjamin, congestion of brain, Sept. 18, 1829, a. 3 y.


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