HACKER

Bethiah, d. George and Bethiah (Meachum), ––: 6m: 1674. CTR

Isaac, Aug. 18, 1753. PR5

–––––, w. William, Oct. 1, 1756. PR57

Springet Penn, s. Isaac and Anna, 30: 9m: 1791. CR7

Hannah, d. Isaac and Anna, 12: 2m: 1792. CR7 [a. 12 y. NR9]

Elizabeth, d. Isaac and Anna, 24: 2m: 1795. CR7

Rebekah, d. Isaac and Anna, 11: 7m: 1799. CR7 [a. 21 y. NR9]

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

Anna, w. Isaac. Issue of Sept. 10, 1802. NR9

Isaac, s. Isaac and Anna, at the Isle of France, in the Indian Ocean, 24: 5m: [Aug. 31. NR9], 1804. CR7 [a. 22 y. NR9]

Elizabeth, d. Isaac and Anna, 22: 8m: 1806. CR7

Hannah, d. Isaac. Issue of Aug. 29, 1806. NR9

Molly, suddenly, a. 65 y. Issue of Apr. 20, 1810. NR9

Mehitable, w. Capt. Isaac, Oct. 13, 1813, a. 46 y. GR1

Isaac [schoolmaster. NR9], [sr. CR7], palsy, Sept. 6, 1818, a. 68 y. [5: 9 m. CR7]

Nancy E[llen. CR7], d. William E[stes and Nancy. CR7], croup, July 22, 1825, a. 15 m. [25: 7 m. CR7]

–––––, s. William E[stes and Nancy. CR7], cholera infantum, Oct. 12, 1828, a. 1 m. [5: 10 m. CR7]

H.M. [Hannah Miffin. NR9], d. William E., pneumonitis, July 29, 1830, a. 4 y.

Nancy, w. William E., metastaltic rheumatism, Oct. 9 [. NR9], 1830, a. 42 y.

Caroline Elizabeth, d. William Estes and Nancy, 10: 10m: 1839. CR7

Elizabeth, wid. Isaac, palsy, Jan. 26, 1843, a. 64 y.


HACKETT

Ann, dropsy, Nov. 19, 1847, a. 20 y.


HADLEY

Willis, s. Willis, a. 6 m. Issue of Mar. 12, 1833. NR9

James, May 15, 1848, a. 35 y. NR9


HADLOCK (Hadlocke)

Sarah, eldest d. John and Sarah, Oct. 11, 1701, a. 7 y. CR2


HADLOCKE (Hadlock)

James, Dec. 3, 1687. CTR


HAGGETT

Eliza, d. Isaac and Betsy, Sept. 21, 1803, a. 9 m. GR8


HAGUE

Deborah, Mrs., Aug. 26, 1835, a. 30 y. NR9

Joseph S., b. Boston, s. Mary, Dec. 6, 1847, a. 4 y.


HAINES (Haynes)

Daniell, s. Thomas and Sarah (Ray), last of June, 1689. CTR

Richard, 16: 10m: 1681. CTR

Thomas, s. Thomas, June 28, 1689, a. 1 y. CR2

Frances Ellen, of Danvers, b. Danvers, s. Malachi and Dorcas, scarlet fever, at Danvers, June 24, 1847, a. 1 y.

Martha H[ale. NR9], b. Londonderry, w. I.K. [w. John K. NR9], formerly w. Amos Smith, d. John and Deborah Dwinell, consumption, Apr. 5, 1849, a. 41½ y.


HAIR (Hare)

–––––, ch. Patrick, throat distemper, bur. Mar. 15, 1786, a. 2 y. CR11


HALE

John, hairdresser, bur. June 30, 1807, a. 36 y. NR9

John, hatter, consumption, Jan. 10, 1820, a. 32 y.

[Edward Thomas. GR8], s. Moses [and Hannah. GR8], dropsy in head, May 3, 1821, a. 3 y. [a. 5 y. 4 m. GR8]

Hannah, d. Moses [and Hannah. GR8], phthisis pulmonalis, Jan. 19, 1822, a. 18 y. [a. 17 y. CR10]

Moses, consumption, bur. at Rowley, d. Oct. 2, 1822, a. 50 y. [a. 45 y. NR9]

Benjamin, second officer of ship Two Brothers, at Batavia, Aug. 5, 1823, a. 45 y.

Benjamin, seaman on board ship Sumatra, at Canton, Aug. ––, 1828, a. 21 y. Issue of Apr. 28, 1829. NR9

[Henry Appleton. dup.], s. Henry [scarlet fever. dup.], Mar. 29 [28. dup.], 1839, a. 2 y.

Sarah E., Aug. 6, 1839, a. 25 y. NR9

Hannah, wid. Moses, dropsy, Apr. 11, 1841, a. 63 y.

Elizabeth, d. Benjamin, dysentery, Aug. 26, 1841, a. 27 y.

Martha, w. Pemberton, consumption, June 4, 1842, a. 31 y.

George P., s. Pemberton, inflammation of bowels, June 12, 1842, a. 2 m.

Jeremiah J., carpenter, "shot himself in his shop, he had been much depressed in mind for several weeks," Mar. 26, 1843, a. 33 y.

Samuel, s. twin, Joseph and Mary (Downing), Aug. 27, 1845.


HALEY

William A[lbert. CR11], s. Shillaber [and Lavina. CR11], scarlet fever, Feb. 9, 1840, a. 4 y. [Nov. 9, 1839, a. 4 y. 7 m. CR11]

Nathaniel, at the marine hospital, Hyannis, a. 24 y. Issue of Apr. 3, 1840. NR9

Lavinia (Pitcher), w. Shillaber, consumption, May 23, 1841, a. 38 y.

Hannah E., b. Portland, w. M.F., d. Daniel Masin, consumption, Aug. 20, 1844, a. 35 y.


HALL

–––––, Capt. bur. July 1, 1773. PR655

Spence, diarrhea, bur. Sept. 15, 1782, a. 5 w. CR11

–––––, (Dimon), w. –––––, bur. Nov. 16, 1790. CR11

Polly, d. Spencer, deceased, bur. Dec. 30, 1795. CR11

Nancy [d. Capt. Spencer. NR9], bur. Apr. 13, 1805, a. 18 y. CR11

Hannah, a. 25 y. Issue of Apr. 5, 1808. NR9

James L., lost overboard from the brig Active, a. 18 y. Issue of Jan. 1, 1811. NR9

Jane, bur. Jan. 22, 1814, a. 34 y. NR9

Elizabeth, d. Daniel, a. 3 y. Issue of Mar. 22, 1816. NR9

Spencer, a. 29 y. Issue of Dec. 31, 1816. NR9

Mary, wid. Samuel, Feb. 16, 1817, a. 74 y. PR55

Henry [inf. ch. John. NR9], lung fever, May 30, 1819, a. 17 m.

Sarah F[letcher. NR9], d. Daniel, dysentery and hydrocephalus, Sept. 10, 1824, a. 2 y.

William, mate of brig Sally, at sea, ––– ––, 1825, a. 40 y.

E.G.B. [Enoch. G.B. NR9], s. Ralph, hydrocephalus, bur. at Danvers, d. Aug. 5, 1826, a. 12 y.

William, at sea, ––– ––, 1829, a. 42 y.

Margaret, old age, at the almshouse, Mar. 2, 1830, a. 72 y.

Mary, w. Daniel, a. 46 y. Issue of Mar. 22, 1831. NR9

William, 2d officer of brig, Nereus, Capt. Endicott, at Bombay. Issue of Mar. 29, 1831. NR9

Hannah, d. Daniel, consumption, a. 17 y. Issue of Feb. 3, 1832. NR9

Susan G., w. William P., formerly of Barnstead, NH, a. 25 y. Issue of Oct. 8, 1833. NR9

Sarah, w. William, bur. July 28, 1835, a. 43 y. NR9

Daniel, gardner, hectic, Aug. 16, 1835, a. 51 y. CR1

William H., s. Hon. Joseph, of Camden, ME, bur. Feb. 14, 1837, a. 15 y. 10 m. NR9

Mary, Mrs., bur. Apr. 25, 1837, a. 73 y. NR9

–––––, ch. stillborn, Isaac, Jan. ––, 1840.

William H[enry. NR9], s. Eliphalet [and Elizabeth B. NR9], croup, Aug. 25, 1840, a. 2½ y.

John [P.S. NR9], b. Billerica, baker, s. Joseph and Mary, consumption, May 21, 1845, a. 23 y.


HAM

Ruth [Ruth F. GR8], Mrs., family of Mark W., lung fever, Apr. 18, 1839, a. 24 y.


HAMILTON

Joseph, King's evil, a. 19 y. Issue of June 19, 1807. NR9

–––––, wid. [Alexander. NR9], bur. June 1, 1814. PR61 [a. 84 y. NR9]

Mary, Mrs., a. 82 y. Issue of Dec. 13, 1836. NR9


HAMLET

Elizabeth, at New Orleans. Issue of Nov. 1, 1822. NR9

Mary J[ane. GR9], d. Horace and Priscilla, measles, Apr. 1, 1847, a. 1 y.

Phillip A., b. New Orleans, s. Phillip S. and Eliza, suicide, at Boston, Aug. 17, 1847, a. 28 y.


HAMMOND

–––––, w. John, a. 51 y. Issue of Mar. 7, 1806. NR9

Edward, at Topsfield, a. 31 y. Issue of Sept. 10, 1811. NR9

–––––, ch. John. Issue of Oct. 13, 1812. NR9

Juduthon (marine), on board the U.S. Frigate "Congress," Nov. 11, 1819. PR653

Jane, wid., enteritis, bur. at Marblehead, d. June 12, 1822, a. 49 y.

David, hydro thorax, Jan. 16, 1825, a. 32 y. [a. 33 y. CR10]

Mary, d. Daniel, convulsions, Mar. 10, 1827, a. 8 y.

Abigail [Dennis. NR9], d. Daniel, pneumonia, Mar. 19, 1827, a. 7 y.

Daniel, ––– ––, 1829. tomb. GR7

E.A. [Edward Augustus. NR9], s. Daniel, pneumonia, June 5 [Sept. 1. dup.], 1830, a. 2 y.

Abigail, wid., a. 71 y. Issue of Aug. 20, 1833. NR9

John Henry, s. Daniel, a. 3 y. 8 m. Issue of Apr. 10, 1838. NR9

Caroline, d. William, dec., bilious fever, June 13, 1840, a. 16 y.

Sophia A[nn. GR8], d. John L., dropsy, Apr. 18, 1842, a. 21 y.

Mary Ann, of Danvers, w. Augustus, d. Paul and Lucy Carter, consumption, at Danvers, Apr. 1, 1845, a. 40 y.

Samuel B., 1st officer of the brig Margaret Ann, of New York, at Ambriz, Africa, May 30, 1846, a. 20 y. NR9

Mary, b. Marblehead, w. Edward, d. Jonathan and Rebecca Thompson, lung fever, Apr. 15, 1848, a. 70 y.


HAMPSON

Nathaniel, s. William, ropemaker, and Elizabeth (Eliot), of Marblehead, dysentery, Oct. 4, 1801, a. 13 m. 16 d. CR4

Grace (Horn), wid., b. at Marblehead, fever, aged, Oct. 20, 1815, a. 86 y. CR4


HANCOCK

Hiram, s. Benjamin Hans, from Chester, Penn., and Mary (Richardson), b. at Danvers, worms, Sept. 23, 1814, a. 5 y. CR4

Polly [wid. NR9], hydrothorax, May 23, 1824, a. 45 y.

Hannah, d. John and Hannah, infantile, Dec. 29, 1845, a. 2 d.


HANDFORD

[Sarah. W.J. NR8], Mrs., hectic, Nov. 4, 1788, a. 34 y. CR1 [a. 32 y. NR8]


HANDLEN (Hanlon)

John, of Danvers, Apr. 25, 1840, a. 87 y. CR14


HANDLEY

Bridget, b. Ireland, w. John, ship fever, Nov. 15, 1847, a. 26 y.

John, b. Ireland, h. Bridget, ship fever, Nov. 16, 1847, a. 37 y.

James, b. Ireland, laborer, fits, May 15, 1848, a. 35 y.


HANLON (Handlen)

Mary, d. James, scarlet fever, Dec. 2, 1842, a. 5 m.

Daniel, s. James and Elizabeth, drowned at Union wharf, July 26, 1846, a. 5¾ y.


HANOVER

John, a native of Great Britain. Issue of Dec. 16, 1803. NR9


HANSCOM (Hanscomb)

Ruth, w. James, consumption, at the workhouse, Mar. 9, 1823, a. 42 y.

James, s. James, Nov. 2, 1835, a. 2 y. 9 m. NR9

Emily A[ugusta. NR9], d. James and Martha D., scarlet fever, May 20, 1849, a. 4 y.


HANSCOMB (Hanscom)

Mary, bur. Mar. 10, 1837, a. 86 y. NR9


HANSON

Bethiah, wid., d. Joseph Southwick, deceased, a. 58 y. Issue of Sept. 26, 1800. NR9

Peter, "a native of Germany, formerly coachman to the Hon. Mr. Gray. " Issue of May 25, 1810. NR9

–––––, ch. Tobias, a. 4 m. Issue of Feb. 12, 1813. NR9

Mary [wid. NR9], paralysis, Aug. 12, 1824, a. 61 y.

Ellen, d. Jeremiah, a. 5 y. Issue of Oct. 9, 1838. NR9

[Mehitable, w. Daniel. NR9], family of Daniel, fits, Feb. 21, 1839, a. 30 y.

Francis A[ustin. NR9] H., ch. Elijah A., fever, Sept. 3, 1840, a. 19 m. [a. 9 m. NR9]

Lucy N., of Boston, d. John Simon, consumption, at Boston, May 25, 1844, a. 27 y.

Samuel J., s. Jeremiah and Susanah, croup, Jan. 21, 1845, a. 2 y.

Jeremiah, b. Maine, teamster, s. Ephraim and Mary, lung fever, Apr. 13, 1845, a. 43 y.

Nancy W., d. Jeremiah and Nancy, dropsy in head, July 21, 1845, a. 3½ m.


HANTON

Matthew, Dec. 31, 1780, in his 44th y. NR11


HARADAN (Harraden)

Jonathan, Capt., a distinguished naval commander [hectic. CR1], Nov. 23, 1803, a. 59 y. GR7


HARADEN (Harraden)

Polly, Sept. ––, 1776. PR244

Andrew, Jan. 27, 1786. PR244

Jane, Oct. 15, 1802. PR244

Catherine, peripneumony, Sept. 12, 1821, a. 13 y.

Timothy A[ugustus. GR8], s. Timothy [and Abigail. GR8], Feb. 1, 1822, a. 5 w.

Lydia, w. Andrew, Jan. ––, 1824. PR244

Hannah, Aug. 7, 1826. PR244

Peggy, Oct. 26, 1834. PR244

Lydia, Dec. 30, 1835. PR244

Betsy, Sept. 26, 1836. PR244

Charles Andrew, s. Andrew and Augusta, Oct. 19, 1838, a. 15 m. NR9

Anne Augusta, d. Andrew and Augusta, Oct. 21, 1838, a. 3 y. NR9

Rachel (Bancroft), of Lowell, w. Stephen, consumption, at Lowell, Nov. 6, 1842, a. 53 y.


HARD

Jahiel, formerly 2d officer of the brig Indus, at Batavia, Dec. 2, 1824, a. 30 y. Issue of May 17, 1825. NR9

James, s. the late Jahiel, quinsy, May 5, 1827, a. 3 y.


HARDING

Catharine, a. 13 y. Issue of Sept. 14, 1821. NR9

Edmund, on brig Stark, lost overboard, at sea, ––– ––, 1827, a. 19 y.

Nancy, consumption, July 24, 1827, a. 26 y.

David, s. David and Margaret, Nov. 22, 1838, a. 1 y. GR8


HARDWICK

–––––, Mrs., at Danvers, a. 101 y. Issue of Oct. 19, 1847. NR9


HARDY (Hardye)

Martha, d. Joseph and Mathew, 5: 11m: 1674. CTR

Joseph [s. Joseph. GR1], h. Mary (Grafton), Apr. 14, 1687 [a. 29 y. GR1]

Martha, d. Joseph, jr. and Mary (Grafton), Jan. ––, [abt. 1688], a. 5 y.

Martha, d. James and Ruth, Dec. 23, 1707, a. 9 y. 4 m. GR1

Seeth, d. Joseph and Mary, Dec. 21, 1712, a. 25 y. 7 m. GR1

Joseph, s. Joseph and Sarah (Pickering), Sept. 3, 1718.

Charles, s. Temple [and Sally. GR8], dysentery, Sept. 13, 1819, a. 9 m.

Temple, ––– ––, 1828. tomb. GR8

Mary F. (Parsons), w. William [formerly of Gilmanton, NH NR9], consumption, June 25, 1842, a. 23 y.

Ann Augusta, d. Augustus, fever, July 29, 1844, a. 5 m.

Rufus B., s. Temple, jr. and Mary, infantile, Oct. 1, 1846, a. 5½ m.

Emily S., d. Temple, jr., and Mary, infantile, Oct. 5, 1846, a. 5½ m.

Joseph G[rafton. NR9], s. Temple and Sally, brain fever, Oct. 20, 1846, a. 23 y.


HARDYE (Hardy)

Benjamin, s. Joseph, sr., Mar. 9, 1686-7. CTR


HARE (Hair)

John, at Calcutta, a. 20 y. Issue of Apr. 18, 1806. NR9


HARLEY

–––––, ch. Dr., bur. Aug. 26, 1808. CR11


HARLOW

John, b. Maine, mariner, drowned, Aug. 29, 1846, a. 42 y.


HARRADEN (Haradan, Haraden, Harridan)

Eunice, w. Capt. Jonathan [d. Rev. James Diman. NR9], [hectic. CR1], Nov. 12, 1796, a. abt. 44 y.

Augustus [Timothy Augustus. GR8], s. Capt. Timothy [and Abigail. GR8], drowned, Apr. 25, 1818, a. 5 y. [5 y. 25 d. GR8]

Timothy, master of brig Time, at sea, ––– ––, 1823, a. 40 y.

Mary, wid. Capt. Jonathan, privateer commander in the Revolution, Jan. 13, 1832, a. 74 y. NR9

Andrew, Capt., July 8, 1835, a. 66 y. NR9

–––––, of East Bradford, wid. Andrew, age, at East Bradford, Dec. 29, 1846, a. 85 y.

Sarah E[lizabeth. NR9], d. Andrew and Augusta, dropsy, Jan. 22, 1847, a. 6 y. [a. 5 y. 10 m. NR9]


HARRIDAN (Harraden)

Joseph, cholera, Sept. 31, 1786, a. 17 y. CR1

Andrew, s. Andrew and Mary, May 1, 1794, a. 4 y. 3 m. 18 d. GR1


HARRINGTON

Polly. Issue of Apr. 19, 1796. NR9

Elisha, Capt., from Weston, 2d h. ––––– Burrill, cast away on Georgia, drowned, received news Dec. 28, 1800, a. 35 y. CR4

James [father James. PR61], a. 66 y. Issue of Nov. 17, 1807. NR9

Jonathan, formerly of Weston, a. 27 y. Issue of Dec. 18, 1810. NR9

–––––, wid. Issue of Aug. 16, 1811. NR9

Peter, Col., formerly of Lexington, a. 41 y. Issue of Jan. 30, 1816. NR9

Leonard, s. Leonard B., Aug. 19, 1834, a. 4 m. NR9

Eliza B., d. Jonas, consumption, Apr. 29, 1841, a. 15 y.


HARRIS

Robert, a. 16 y. Issue of Oct. 11, 1803. NR9

–––––, ch. stillborn, Mr., bur. July 23, 1811. PR61

–––––, w. Peter, at the poorhouse. Issue of Oct. 25, 1811. NR9

–––––, ch. stillborn, Capt., bur. Dec. 15, 1812. PR61

–––––, ch. Capt. John, bur. May 28, 1814. PR61

–––––, ch. Capt. John, bur. July 31, 1815. PR61

Amy, wid., d. Nathaniel Chamberlain, bur. Feb. 18, 1817, a. 40 y. NR9

Robert, a. 63 y. Issue of Dec. 19, 1817. NR9

Nathaniel Batchelder, s. William, fall from chamber window, Oct. 30, 1818, a. 4 y.

Susannah, wid. James, of Ipswich, suddenly, a. 69 y. Issue of May 4, 1819. NR9

Alden Augustus, s. Alden, Aug. 14, 1836, a. 27 m. CR5 [a. 11 m. NR9]

Daniel, at Cutler, ME, drowned, by filling of boat, July 20, 1837, a. 26 y. NR9

Albert, s. Alden, dropsy, bur. at Beverly, Mar. 1, 1840, a. 4 y.

Eliza, Mrs., d. Joseph Frothingham, May 1, 1840, a. 21 y. NR9

–––––, d. William B., croup, May 13, 1840, a. 6 w.

John, on board the barque Gentlemen, at sea, Nov. 29, 1842. NR9

Mary E.T., d. James, consumption, July 23, 1843, a. 26 y.

–––––, ch. John T., dropsy in head, Sept. 21, 1843, a. 5 w.

David, of Williamsburg, b. Portsmouth, NH, h. Eliza (Babbidge), s. Job and Elizabeth, accident at New York, Mar. 25, 1845, a. 41 y.

Betsey, b. Marblehead, w. James, d. John and Mary Trail, consumption, Apr. 9, 1845, a. 52 y. [a. 56 y. CR5]

Hester [Esther, d. Esther. NR9], d. wid. Hester, lung fever, bur. Apr. 1, 1848, a. 21 m. CR11

Oliver C[hapin. NR9], b. Hillsboro, NH, s. George O. and Mary J., scarlet fever, May 26, 1849, a. 7½ y.

Ellen E., b. Hillsboro, NH, d. George O. and Mary J., scarlet fever, June 3, 1849, a. 5 2-3 y.


HARRISON

–––––, w. Robert Caesar, bur. May 1, 1792. CR11

Rebecca, a. 70 y. Issue of June 9, 1795. NR9

James F., June 3, 1817, a. 29 y. GR8

Sarah [S. GR8], unm., scarlet fever, bur. June 7, 1834. CR11 [a. 20 y. GR8]

Rosamond, d. John S. and Elisabeth, bur. Apr. 4, 1838, a. 10 m. CR11


HARROD

John, s. John and Em, last week, Apr., 1662. CTR

Jonathan, s. John and Em, lst week, Apr., 1662. CTR

Henry, Feb. ––, 1663. CTR


HARRON (Herron)

–––––, w. Samuel. Issue of July 29, 1817. NR9

John, s. Samuel, a. 8 y. Issue of Sept. 23, 1817. NR9

Joseph, seaman, on brig Banyan, drowned, ––– ––, 1825, a. 16 y.

Samuel, seaman, drowned from on board the brig Banian, on his passage from Batavia to Rotterdam, Apr. 8, 1825. Issue of June 7, 1825. NR9

Elizabeth G[rant. NR9], d. William M. and Lucy, dropsy in head, Feb. 24, 1846, a. 2 y.


HART

Mary P., d. Joseph and Jane, Feb. 15, 1800, a. 4 m. GR1

–––––, s. Joseph. Issue of Aug. 26, 1803. NR9

Zorobabel, mariner in the schooner Friendship, sailed from Winyan, Nov. ––, 1803, lost at sea, –––––. PR82

–––––, w. Martin [formerly of South Reading. NR9], parturition, Sept. 7, 1821, a. 25 y.

C.M. [Caroline Matilda. GR7], d. Charles [and Frances. GR7], disease of the external ear, Apr. 27, 1827, a. 8 y.

Charles, at sea, ––– ––, 1829, a. 42 y.

Joseph, suddenly, Dec. 20, 1830, a. 56 y. NR9

Henrietta, only ch. Charles, a. 15 m. Issue of Dec. 22, 1835. NR9

–––––, twin chn. Timothy and Ann, infantile, Jan. 23, 1849, a. 2 d.


HARTFORD

James, seaman on board the ketch John, Capt. Stephen Phillips, drowned on his passage from Naples, Dec. 14, 1798. NR9


HARTHORNE (Hathorne)

Susanna (Tousel), wid. John, aged, Aug. 28, 1802, a. 80 y. CR4


HARTSHORN (Hartshorne)

Abia, Mrs., of Wilton, Apr. 23, 1810, a. 87 y. PR55

Tamar, typhus fever, Sept. 11, 1823, a. 39 y.


HARTSHORNE (Hartshorn)

Nathaniel, Apr. 7, 1791. PR55

Tamar, w. Thomas, Nov. 14, 1802, a. 53 y. 2 m. 13 d. PR55

Jonathan, a. 30 y. Issue of Nov. 15, 1803. NR9

Abigail, w. Dea. [Thomas. NR9], hectic, Mar. [14. NR9], 1809, a. 53 y. CR1

Thomas, of Wilton, Feb. 7, 1810, a. 89 y. PR55

Thomas [Capt., a soldier in the French and an officer in the Revolutionary Wars. NR9], old age or consumption, May 6, 1819, a. 77 y.


HARVEY

Sara, d. Richard, 26: 10m: 1659. CTR

Charles, s. John, carditis, Jan. 11, 1822, a. 2 y.

Charles, on board the ship Clay, Capt. Benjamin Hitchens, at Batavia, a. 27 y. Issue of Mar. 19, 1822. NR9

Hannah, w. James, apoplexy, Sept. 3, 1827, a. 43 y.

James, ––– ––, 1828. GR7

John, seaman, at Marseilles, a. 40 y. Issue of July 15, 1831. NR9

Mary Townsend, d. Capt. James, June 15, 1834. NR9

Charles, s. Bridget, a. 6 m. Issue of Jan. 9, 1835. NR9

Hoaquin S[imon. NR9], of Manilla, "brought to Salem by Capt. Egleston," consumption, May 23, 1842, a. 16 y.

James T[ownsend. NR9], s. James C., dropsy, Apr. 10, 1843, a. 2½ y.

John H., b. Lowell, s. John M. and Emeline, bowel complaint, bur. in NH, d. Aug. 20, 1845, a. 3 y.

Susan, wid. Dover, Nov. 11, 1847, a. 69 y. NR9

Sarah B., d. James C. and Harriet N., canker, Sept. 28, 1848, a. 10½ m.

James C., jr., s. James C. and Harriet N., dysentery, Sept. 29, 1848, a. 5½ y.

–––––, d. George, infantile, Feb. 21, 1849, a. 1 d.

Harriet J. [Isadore. NR9], d. James C. and Harriet N., Oct. 18, 1849, a. 3½ y.


HARWOOD

Edward, s. twin, John and Eunice, atrophy, May 15, 1814, a. 17 m. CR4

John, s. John and Eunice (Ridgway), suddenly, July 6, 1815, a. 31 m. CR4

Eunice, w. John, a. 28 y. Issue of May 20, 1817. NR9

John, consumption, on board the brig Favorite, Capt. Low, a. 33 y. Issue of Sept. 1, 1820. NR9


HASELTINE (Hazelton)

Sarah (Palfrey), w. Samuel, after delivery, May 4, 1808, a. 20 y. CR4

Johnathan, mason, by the fall of a house, at Haverhill, July 29, 1814, a. 29 y. NR9


HASELTON (Hazelton)

Jane, Mrs., a. 29 y. Issue of Sept. 23, 1814. NR9


HASKELL

Anna, w. Elijah, Feb. 22, 1796, a. 22 y. PR70

Henry B., seaman [lost overboard, on passage from Liverpool to Havanna. NR9], on brig Export, at sea, ––– ––, 1828, a. 23 y. [Issue of Feb. 15. NR9]

Abigail, w. William, consumption, Aug. 3, 1828, a. 63 y.

A.B. [Abigail Buxton. NR9], d. Mark [and Hannah. GR8], bronchitis, May 27, 1829, a. 2 y. [a. 2 m. GR8]

Lucy T., w. Elijah, June 4, 1834, a. 66 y. NR9

Dorcas, w. William, a. 39 y. Issue of June 6, 1837. NR9

Elijah, b. Gloucester, formerly of the Custom House, dysentery, at Worcester, Sept. 10, 1840, a. 74 y.

George W., mate on board the sch. Naumkeag, Capt. Collins Ingalls, Jan. 1, 1843, a. 32 y. NR9

Warren C. [Warner Choate. NR9], s. Jacob S. and Sarah A., dropsy in head, July 11, 1845, a. 1 y.

Eliza, d. William and Abigail, palsy, Apr. 17, 1846, a. 48 y.


HASKET

Steeven, s. Steephen and Elizabeth, Mar. ––, 1668-9. CTR


HASSELTINE (Hazelton)

Ladd, ––– ––, 1840. CR13


HASTINGS

Mary, Mrs., suddenly, at the almshouse, a. 27 y. Issue of Aug. 30, 1833. NR9


HATHAWAY

George R., s. Eleazer, a. 3 y. Issue of Mar. 11, 1834. NR9

Eleazer, a. 38 y. Issue of Oct. 12, 1838. NR9

John F., of Lynn, s. John, dropsy, at Lynn, Mar. 11, 1841, a. 7 y.

Elizabeth W., b. Quebec, w. Samuel R., d. John and Sally Foxby, consumption, May 28, 1848, a. 20 y.


HATHER

Martha, at Lynn, a. 36 y. Issue of Jan. 22, 1802. NR9


HATHORN (Hathorne)

Nathaniell, s. Joseph, measles, bur. June 1, 1783. CR11

Joseph, decay, bur. May 17, 1786. CR11 [a. 42 y. NR6]

William, Capt., bur. Apr. 8 [4. GR1], 1794, a. 80 y. CR11

John Towzel, bur. Sept. 3, 1800, a. 38 y. CR11 [a. 53 y. PR34]

Sarah, bur. Aug. 31, 1804, a. 54 y. CR11

Mary, wid., bur. June 18, 1805, a. 80 y. CR11


HATHORNE (Harthorne, Hathorn, Hawthorne)

George, s. Eliezer and Abigaile (Corwin), last week: 2m: 1668. CTR

John, Col., May 10, 1717, a. 76 y. GR1

Joseph, jr., Aug. 2, 1745. PR57

John, s. Joseph, grand s. Col. John, Feb. 6, 1750, a. 28 y. GR1

Joseph, Capt., "old," June 23, 1762. PR57

Mary, d. Benjamin, deceased, a. 24 y. Issue of May 27, 1788. NR8

Ebenezer, s. Maj. John [and Susannah. PR59], run over by a cart, Nov. 17 [7. NR8], 1789, a. 8 y. CR1

Henry, s. [Maj. CR1], John and Susannah (Herbert), [Aphthae. CR1], Oct. 11 [10. CR1], 1791. PR59 [a. 2 w. CR1]

Philip, s. Maj., Oct. 19, 1794. PR55

Philip, s. John and Susannah (Herbert), Oct. 20, 1794. NR59

Daniel, Capt., Apr. 18, 1796, a. 64 y. CR1

Nathaniel, s. Col. John [and Susannah H. PR59], Sept. 16, 1796, a. 13 y. [a. 11 y. CR1]

Sussanna, d. Col. John [and Susannah H. PR59], [fits. CR1], Apr. 21, 1797, a. abt. 18 y.

George, s. John and Susannah (Herbert), July ––, 1798. PR59

Aaron, June 18, 1799, a. 47 y. PR55

Nathaniel, on board the ship Eliza, at Havanna. Issue of Oct. 2, 1801. NR9

Mary, bur. Mar. 28, 1802. CR11 [a. 60 y. NR9]

Daniel, Capt., of brig Morning Star, sailed from Fayal, Nov. ––, 1804, lost at sea, –––––. PR82

Mary, w. Capt. William, June 14, 1805, a. 81 y. GR1

Nathaniel, Capt., at Surinam, Apr. ––, 1808. CR1 [a. 33 y. NR9;Issue of Apr. 15. NR9]

–––––, ch. William, jr., scalded. Issue of Apr. 9, 1811. NR9

–––––, ch. William, jr., a. 6 w. Issue of Aug. 23, 1811. NR9

Rachel, wid. Capt. D[aniel. NR9], old age, Apr. [16. GR1], 1813, a. 79 y. CR1

William [suddenly. NR9], Dec. 7, 1815, a. 72 y. CR11

Susanna, consumption, May 30, 1818, a. 59 y.

Abigail, wid. William, jaundice, Sept. 3, 1818, a. 70 y.

–––––, w. William, bur. Sept. 5, 1818. PR79

Benjamin H[erbert, s. John and Susannah (Herbert). PR59], lung fever, Feb. 9, 1824, a. 50 y.

Joseph, intemperance, Mar. 12, 1824, a. 47 y.

Elizabeth, w. John, jr., phthisis pulmonalis, May 10, 1825, a. 41 y.

William J. [1st officer of the brig Jane, Capt. Endicott, at sea on his passage from Sumatra. NR9], mate of ship, at sea, ––– ––, 1826, a. 23 y. [Issue of Apr. 28. NR9]

Eunice [d. Capt. Daniel and Rachel. GR1], atrophy, May 10, 1827, a. 62 y. [a. 60 y. CR1]

Sarah Crowninshield, d. Capt. Daniel and Rachel, Jan. 14, 1829, a. 66 y. GR1

John, jr. [s. John and Susannah H. PR59], pneumonia, Jan. 21, 1829, a. 53 y.

John, s. William and Mary, ––– ––, 1833. PR59

Susannah [d. Capt. Benjamin Herbert. NR9], w. Col. John, strangury, Nov. 8, 1834, a. 81 y. CR1

John, Col., Dec. 15, 1834, a. 86 y. CR1

Elizabeth, wid. Joseph, Jan. 19, 1836, a. 88 y. GR1

H., Mrs., oldest communicant in this church, bur. Jan. 22, 1836, a. 87 y. CR11

Mary, w. William, Apr. 16, 1836, a. 56 y. PR59

Benjamin Herbert [Rev. NR9], s. William and Mary, Sept. 5, 1837. PR59 [a. 27 y. NR9]

George, 2d, s. William and Mary, Dec. 22, 1841. PR59

Ezra Dutch, s. William and Mary, July 22, 1846. PR59

Helen Maria, d. Henry G. and Helen Maria, Oct. 22, 1846. PR59

Ruth, d. Daniel, lung fever, July 21, 1847, a. 69 y.

Benjamin Herbert, s. Henry G. and Helen Maria, Apr. 15, 1849. PR59


HAWES

Jonathan, at New Orleans, fever, Aug. 16, 1820, a. 30 y. Issue of Sept. 19, 1820. NR9

Stephen [Ens. NR9], consumption, Jan. 28, 1821, a. 28 y.

Sarah, wid., consumption, Feb. 20, 1825, a. 30 y.

Benjamin, Oct. ––, 1833. CR13


HAWKES (Hawks)

Joseph, of the schooner Hero, at Laguira. Issue of Nov. 7, 1809. NR9

Moses W., s. Benjamin, suppuration in the head, Nov. 9, 1823, a. 20 y.

Timothy, mate, the Alfred, at sea, ––– ––, 1827, a. 40 y.

Abigail, Mrs., Mar. 14, 1838, a. 75 y. NR9

Benjamin, jr. ––– ––, 1839. tomb. GR7

Benjamin, ––– ––, 1839. tomb. GR7


HAWKINS

Samuel, pneumonitis notha, May 23, 1828, a. 85 y.

Caroline, d. Charles, deceased, a. 22 y. Issue of Nov. 27, 1838. NR9

Sally, consumption, Dec. 31, 1839, a. 54 y.

Charles M., s. Munson and Sarah A., consumption, Sept. 14, 1846, a. 5 m.


HAWKS (Hawkes)

Elizabeth, Jan. 7, 1831, a. 21 y. NR9


HAWTHORNE (Hathorne)

Elizabeth C., wid. Nathaniel, d. Richard Manning, July 31, 1849, a. 68 y.


HAY

–––––, ch. John. Issue of Oct. 3, 1809. NR9

Richard, bur. Sept. ––, 1837, a. 54 y. CR11 [Issue of Sept. 22. NR9]

Ann A., d. Richard [and Ann. CR11], deceased, [at Topsfield. NR9], consumption, Aug. 31, 1844, a. 33 y.

Richard [of Boston. RN9], hatter, s. Richard and Ann, fits, July 23, 1845, a. 37 y.

Mary E[liza. NR9], F., w. John A., d. Charles and Mary P. Staniford, consumption, May 21, 1847, a. 24 y.

Joseph H., tinplate worker, s. Richard and Ann, consumption, , Aug. 29, 1848, a. 33 y.


HAYCOCK

Mary, consumption, Oct. 11, 1819, a. 18 m.

–––––, ch. –––––, lung fever, Aug. 19, 1821, a. 6 w. CR1

–––––, s. –––––, scrofula, Aug. 20, 1821, a. 1 y.


HAYES (Hays)

Lydia, of Wilmington, NC, w. Jacob of Prussia, cramp, Sept. 21, 1808, a. 49 y. CR4

Jaccob [a native of Russia. NR9], of West India disorder, Jan. 1, 1816 [1815. CR4], a. 54 y. PR35 [a. 52 y. NR9]

Timothy, b. Ireland, laborer, s. Timothy and Ann, cold water, July 11, 1846, a. 23 y.

John, s. Patrick and Mary, dropsy, June 19, 1847, a. 5½ m.

Ella, d. John and Margaret, cholera infantum, Aug. 18, 1848, a. 14 m.

Morries, s. Patrick and Mary, fever, July 21, 1849, a. 1¼ y.


HAYNES (Haines, Hayns)

John, s. Thomas [and Sara. NR9], lung fever, Dec. 29, 1819, a. 6 w.

Thomas, intemperance, June 9, 1822, a. 40 y.

Martha L. D[orah. NR9], d. John K. and Martha H., consumption, Oct. 5, 1846, a. 1 y.


HAYNS (Haynes)

–––––, s. –––––, measles, bur. Aug. 1, 1783, a. 3 y. CR11

–––––, wid., bur. May 17, 1801, a. 73 y. CR11


HAYS (Hayes)

James [Capt. NR9], May 20, 1815, a. 42 y. GR7

John, June 29, 1838, a. 27 d. CR14

Thomas, s. Michael and Elen, teething, May 2, 1845, a. 10 m.

James, s. John and Alice, cholera morbus, July 20, 1847, a. 1½ y.


HAYWARD (Heywood)

John, a. 78 y. Issue of Feb. 19, 1813. NR9

[Aaron Augustus. PR208], s. Aaron, croup, Oct. 8, 1822, a. 6 m.

Aaron, ––– ––, 1825. tomb. GR7

Caroline, May 6, 1826. PR208

S.E. [Sarah Elizabeth. NR9], d. Josiah, convulsions, May 21, 1828, a. 2 y.

Aaron [Augustus. PR208], s. Aaron, Aug. 30, 1829, a. 5 y.

Emeline, d. Josiah, intussusceptio, Sept. 23, 1829, a. 20 m.

Charles Henry [s. Aaron. NR9], Apr. 7, 1832. PR208 [a. 3 y. NR9]

Josiah, ––– ––, 1837. tomb. GR7


HAZELTINE (Hazelton)

Harriet A., d. David, lung fever, Feb. 24, 1842, a. 21 m. [a. 9 m. NR9]

Joseph H., s. David, Jan. 13, 1844, a. 1 y.

Caroline A., d. David and Hannah, lung fever, Feb. 6, 1847, a. 5 m. [8 d. NR9]


HAZELTON (Haseltine, Haselton, Hasseltine, Hazeltine)

Samuel, sexton, decay, bur. May 11, 1798, a. 54 y. CR11

–––––, ch. –––––. Issue of Aug. 7, 1812. NR9

Samuel, mate of the brig William and Charles, at Havanna. Issue of July 12, 1816. NR9

John W[illard. NR9], s. John and Huldah L., inflammation of bowels, Sept. [Aug. GR9] 23, 1848, a. 3 m.

Huldah L., b. Rye, NH, w. John, d. John and Hanah Martin, consumption, Apr. 9, 1849, a. 37 y.

John, mason, s. Samuel and Sarah, Sept. 22, 1849, a. 63 7-12 y.


HEAD

John, mate of brig Indus, at Batavia, ––– ––, 1825, a. 33 y.


HEAKIE

John J., s. James, of Ireland, dropsy, Feb. 17, 1840, a. 7 m.


HEALEY (Healy)

William, b. England, currier, s. William [soldier under Gen. Harrison in the war of 1812. NR9], and Ann, influenza, Jan. 21, 1849, a. 72 y.


HEALY (Healey)

Sally, wid., d. Benjamin Peirce, deceased, a. 30 y. Issue of Apr. 24, 1804. NR9

Elbridge A., mate of the brig Alonzo, drowned, at sea, a. 26 y. Issue of Nov. 9, 1821. NR9

Harriet, d. William, scarlet fever, a. 9 y. Issue of Mar. 29, 1833. NR9


HEANEY (Heeney)

Peter, b. Ireland, laborer, consumption, June 20, 1849, a. 40 y.


HEARD (Hurd)

Mary (Emerton), w. Luke, from Lancaster, dropsy, Aug. 24, 1802, a. 33 y. CR4

Daniel, s. Daniel, canker, Oct. 4, 1818, a. 4 y.

Mary Jane, d. Nathaniel, pertussis, May ––, 1823, a. 2 y. [Issue of May 9. NR9]

Nathaniel, phthisis pulmonalis, Nov. 15, 1823, a. 37 y.

Daniel, phthisis pulmonalis, Jan. 18, 1824, a. 33 y.

Agnes G., w. Freeman, and d. Capt. Hugh Hill of Beverly, at Beverly, bur. Jan. 23, 1838, a. 20 y. NR9

Jacob F. [L. NR9], b. Maine, typhus fever, Oct. 19, 1842, a. 31 y.


HEARSEY (Hersey)

Abel, suicide, Mar. ––, 1795, a. 27 y. CR1 [Issue of Jan. 6. NR9]

Ruthey, w. Freeman, Apr. 15, 1808, a. 34 y. GR8

Henry C[olman. NR9], s. Abel, croup, May 12, 1827, a. 13 m.

Abel, s. Abel, bronchitis, Feb. 22, 1829, a. 5 m.


HEATH

Priscilla, dysentery, Dec. 2, 1815, a. 77 y. PR35

–––––, inf. ch. William. Issue of Dec. 15, 1837. NR9

Polly C., Feb. 18, 1847. CR13


HEBERD (Hibbert)

Sarah, d. Robert and Joan, 8: 10m: 1644. CTR


HEDGE

Susan, dysentery, Aug. 4, 1817. PR79

W.K., Feb. 26, 1833. PR79


HEENEY (Heaney)

Thomas, b. Ireland, laborer, lung fever, Jan. 11, 1848, a. 53 y.


HELME

–––––, ch. Hugh and Deborah, bur. Oct. 4, 1786. CR11

Deborah, consumption, Oct. 25, 1829, a. 38 y.

Deborah, Mrs., a. 71 y. Issue of Apr. 19, 1831. NR9


HEMPSON

David H[enry. NR9], s. Henry and Sarah, dropsy, July 16, 1849, a. 1 1-12 y.


HENDERSON

Benjamin, Dec. 5, 1749. PR57

–––––, Mrs., bur. [bet. Sept. 18 and Oct. 20], 1759. CR1

Benjamin, bachelor, at the charity house, fever sore, Nov. 3, 1794, a. 59 y. CR4

Polly, w. Joseph, May 4, 1801, a. 32 y. GR7

Jacob, Dea., bur. Feb. 14, 1810. PR61

–––––, sister, Capt. Benjamin, bur. Apr. 4, 1811. PR61

Sarah, wid., bur. Apr. 6, 1811, a. 49 y. NR9

–––––, Mrs., a. 75 y. Issue of Nov. 11, 1814. NR9

Daniel, s. Capt. Benjamin, lost from on board the brig Coromandel, on his passage from Charleston to Cowes, a. 24 y. Issue of Apr. 23, 1819. NR9

Joseph, on board the U.S. frigate Constitution, Jan. ––, 1823. Issue of Feb. 6, 1824. NR9

Mary [d. Capt. Benjamin Glazier of Ipswich. NR9], w. Joseph, painter, consumption, Feb. 20, 1823 [1825. GR8], a. 24 y.

Benjamin [s. Capt. Joseph. GR7], suicide, bur. Mar. 2, 1823, a. 24 y. CR10

Eunice [Mrs. NR9], July 13, 1826, a. 35 y.

Daniel [s. Capt. Benjamin and Mary. GR8], consumption, May 31, 1827, a. 38 y.

Ephraim, s. Capt. Benjamin, 2d officer of the ship Ohio, of Philadelphia, cholera, at Hamburg, June ––, 1832, a. 37 y. NR9

Elizabeth, w. Thomas, a. 23 y. Issue of July 8, 1834. NR9

Benjamin, Capt., a Revolutionary soldier, June 27, 1836, a. 75 y. NR9

Samuel, seaman on board the brig Lucilla, at Boston, suddenly. Issue of July 12, 1836. NR9

Margaret, heart affection, Mar. 9, 1840, a. 69 y.

Eliza, m., d. Daniel Segerston, consumption, July 2, 1842, a. 26 y.

John H[enry. NR9], s. Isaac S. and P., lung fever, Sept. 10, 1847, a. 6 m.

Martha M., d. John and Martha, teething, Sept. 26, 1848, a. 13 m.

Charles E[dwin. NR9], s. John S. and Martha [Ann. NR9], dropsy in head, Oct. 5, 1849, a. 4 m.


HENDRICK

George M., at the almshouse, a. 45 y. Issue of June 5, 1827. NR9


HENDRICKSON (Henrickson)

Caroline A[ugusta. NR9], d. Cornelius, dropsy, May 13, 1842, a. 2 y.

Celesta A[nn. NR9], d. Cornelius, dropsy, May 17, 1842, a. 7 m.


HENDY

[Margaret. GR13], w. John, diarrhea and dropsy, bur. July 23, 1783. CR11 [a. 59 y. GR13]

John, Capt. [b. Bridgetown, Eng. GR13], bur. Apr. 4, 1809, a. 83 y. CR11

Elizabeth, wid. John, age, Nov. 10, 1843, a. 94 y.


HENESEY

William, at the almshouse, a. 53 y. Issue of May 9, 1826. NR9


HENFEILD (Henfield)

Hanah, d. William and Elizabeth (Preston), ––– ––, 1674. CTR


HENFIELD (Henfeild)

Joseph, Aug. 28, 1743. PR39

Gideon, bur. Apr. 18, 1758, a. 28 y. CR1

–––––, father of Joseph, Feb. 24, 1790. PR40

Edmund, a. 70 y. Issue of Mar. 2, 1790. NR9

Edmund, drowned, Oct. 21, 1793. PR491

Edward, "found dead over one of the wharves," Nov. 1, 1793. NR9

Joseph, jr., suddenly, ––– ––, 1794. PR40

–––––, w. Edmund, Mar. ––, 1794. PR40

Lydia, Mrs., a. 71 y. Issue of Mar. 11, 1794. NR9

[Mercy, in pencil], w. Gideon, Nov. 26, 1796. [a. 42 y. in pencil.]

Gideon, Capt., a. 47 y. Issue of Mar. 18, 1800. NR9

Peter, a. 76 y. Issue of Sept. 15, 1807. NR9

Joseph, Mar. 16, 1809, in his 67th y. GR7

Sarah, wid., a. 80 y. Issue of Jan. 16, 1810. NR9

Lydia, Aug. ––, 1812. PR244

Mary, wid. Edward, at her s. Edmund's, Feb. 5, 1816, a. 71 y. PR35

Jonathan, peripneumonia, Feb. 9, 1825, a. 64 y.

Ruth, convulsions, at the almshouse, July 6, 1829, a. 36 y.

Elizabeth, marasmus, at the workhouse, Feb. 5, 1830, a. 64 y.

Anna, wid. Joseph, Jan. 8, 1832, a. 88 y. GR7

N., Nov. 20, 1833, a. 49 y. NR9

John [a Revolutionary pensioner. NR9], apoplexy, Nov. 14, 1843, a. 87 y.

Thomas L[oyd. NR9], s. Amos and Louisa, scarlet fever, May 6, 1849, a. 1½ y.

Louisa D[ow. NR9], d. Amos and Louisa, inflammation of brain, May 10, 1849 [a. 3 y. 10 m. NR9]


HENMAN (Hinsman)

John, a. 50 y. Issue of June 26, 1787. NR8

–––––, ch. Thomas, bur. Sept. 26, 1797. CR11

–––––, d. John, decay, bur. Sept. 11, 1800, a. 11 y. CR11

–––––, ch. –––––, cough and dysentery, bur. Oct. 8, 1801. CR11

Thomas, a. 40 y. Issue of Nov. 18, 1806. NR9

–––––, ch. wid., bur. Apr. 19, 1818, a. 17 m. CR11


HENRICKSON (Hendrickson)

Cornelius, Capt., master of the brig Margaret Ann, of New York, at Loando, Africa, May 5, 1845. NR9


HERBERT

Benjamin, Jan. 20 [19. PR57], 1761, a. 51 y. GR1

Elizabeth, w. Capt. Benjamin, Oct. 23, 1772, a. 55 y. GR1


HERENTON

–––––, ch. James, bur. Oct. 30, 1807. PR61


HERMAN

William Francis, s. William, a. 11 w. Issue of Sept. 5, 1837. NR9


HEROE

Abigail, w. Rowlen, Feb. 13, 1765, a. 36 y. GR1


HERRICK

Joseph, h. Mary, Feb. 4, 1717-18.

Lydia, d. Barnabas and Lydia, consumption, Dec. 11, 1799, a. 30 y. CR4

Jonathan, a. 40 y. Issue of July 3, 1801. NR9

–––––, ch. William. Issue of Sept. 27, 1803. NR9

Bethiah, w. William. Issue of Aug. 29, 1806. NR9

Theophilus, a. 70 y. Issue of Oct. 31, 1809. NR9

George Dodge, s. Benjamin, a. 2 m. Issue of Oct. 4, 1814. NR9 [Oct. 2. PR24]

Elizabeth [wid. NR9], consumption, Feb. 1, 1820, a. 59 y.

Lydia, w. Barnabas, old age, Aug. 19, 1820, a. 82 y. [a. 92 y. NR9]

Barnabas, a. 93 y. Issue of Jan. 3, 1832. NR9

–––––, ch. Robert, Aug. 14, 1836. CR5

–––––, ch. Oliver, a. 11 m. Issue of Aug. 19, 1836. NR9

–––––, Mrs., bur. June 19, 1838. CR5

–––––, d. John and Elisabeth F. (Foster), July 7, 1838, a. 15 h. PR27

Horace, s. John and Elisabeth F. (Foster), Sept. 28, 1838, a. 1 y. 6 m. 15 d. PR27

Benjamin, consumption, Apr. 27, 1839, a. 19 y.

Horace, s. John [and Elisabeth F. PR27], bowel complaint, bur. at Danvers, d. June 24, 1843, a. 7 m.

Mehitable, b. Middleton, wid. Edmund [formerly of Boxford. NR9], heart complaint, Sept. 5, 1844, a. 81 y.

Betsey, 3d h. Oliver, 1st h. J. Davidson, 2d h. Jonathan Pitman, d. John and Elizabeth Newton, consumption, June 1, 1849, a. 65 y.

Sarah, d. Jonathan and Elizabeth, dropsy, Nov. 28, 1849, a. 62 y. [a. 82 y. NR9]


HERRON (Harron)

John, Capt., a. 38 y. Issue of Oct. 10, 1809. NR9

Eliza [Elizabeth. NR9], w. Samuel, hernia, June 6, 1821, a. 28 y. [a. 38 y. NR9]

Samuel [a native of Ireland, shoemaker. NR9], insanity, drowned [by his own act. NR9], July 25, 1821, a. 45 y.

John, a. 44 y. Issue of Oct. 14, 1848. NR9


HERSEY (Hearsey, Hurcy)

Mary G[ardner, d. Abel. NR9], dysentery, Nov. 11, 1820, a. 2 y.

Abel, ––– ––, 1825. tomb. GR7

Sally, w. Benjamin, dropsy, July 20, 1825, a. 55 y.

Benjamin, suicide, Oct. 16, 1825, a. 58 y.

William, dropsy, at the almshouse, Apr. 18, 1826, a. 53 y.

Edward Augustus, s. Benjamin, a. 14 m. Issue of Apr. 11, 1837. NR9


HETHERINGTON

Sarah, b. St. Andrews, d. William and Bridget, dysentery, Sept. 27, 1847, a. 13 y.


HEUSLER (Heussler)

Elizabeth [wid. George. CR1], catarrh fever, Mar. 13, 1821, a. 60 y.


HEUSSLER (Heusler, Huesler)

Abigail, w. George, Apr. 21, 1799, a. 46 y. GR1

George, a native of Alsace, Germany [Apr. 3, 1817. PR654], a. 66 y. Issue of Apr. 8, 1817. NR9

George, Capt., drowned from on board the schooner John on her passage to Charleston, at sea. Issue of Dec. 25, 1821. NR9

Elizabeth [d. George and Abigail. CR1], phthisis pulmonalis, Nov. 1, 1823 [1825. GR1], a. 33 y.


HEWES

Betty, Jan. 21, 1796. PR79

Mehitable, wid., bur. May 10, 1808, a. 73 y. NR9


HEYWOOD (Hayward)

Mary Augusta, while on a visit from Concord, Nov. 1, 1812, a. 8 y. NR9

Sarah P., b. Wenham, w. Charles L., d. John and Sarah Baker, consumption, July 4, 1846, a. 27 y.

Charles L., b. Grafton, h. Mrs. Elizabeth Page, s. Levi and Hannah, consumption, bur. at Grafton, d. Aug. 2, 1849, a. 48 y.


HIBBERT (Heberd)

Mary I., of Boston, w. John P., d. Thomas and Mary Lamson, consumption, at Boston, Mar. 17, 1845, a. 40 y.

Mary Ann, of Boston, b. Boston, d. John P. and Mary, inflammation of bowels, at Boston, Aug. 26, 1845, a. 9 m.


HICKES (Hicks)

Dorcas (Veren), w. Timothy, 5: 11m: 1672. CTR


HICKEY

Mary, Mrs., formerly of Kerry, Ireland, a. 73 y. Issue of Jan. 31, 1834. NR9

Mary, Sept. 24, 1838, a. 4 m. CR14

–––––, d. James, scarlet fever, Mar. 25, 1839, a. 17 m.

John James, Feb. 16, 1840, a. 8 m. CR14

Elizabeth (Archer), w. James, consumption, Jan. 14, 1841, a. 28 y.

Marion, consumption, Feb. 9, 1841, a. 16 y.

–––––, ch. John, Mar. 14, 1841. CR14

Cornelius, b. Ireland, laborer, apoplexy, June 19, 1849, a. 40 y.

Edward, of Danvers, b. Ireland, currier, consumption, at Danvers, Nov. 16, 1849, a. 44 y.


HICKS (Hickes)

Joshua, s. Joshua and Martha (Derby), Nov. 13, 1720.

John, Mar. 15, 1750. PR57

Joshua, Maj. [merchang. NR3], bur. Aug. 13, 1757, a. 63 y. CR1

William, s. John, "formerly of Cambridge, who was killed at the battle of Lexington," drowned. Issue of Apr. 30, 1805. NR9


HICOCK

–––––, d. twin, –––––, Mar. 13, 1818, a. 2 d.

Elizabeth, consumption, July 1, 1830, a. 19 y.


HIDE

Christian, d. Isaack and Susana (Bakstar), ––: 10m: 1668. CTR


HIFIELD (Hifle)

Sarah E[llen. CR11], d. John, dropsy, Jan. 27, 1841, a. 16 m.

Mary (Stickney), w. John, child bed, bur. June 15, 1845, a. 35 y. CR11


HIFLE (Hifield, Highfield)

Michael [native of Ireland. NR9], bur. Aug. 29, 1832. CR11 [a. 62 y. NR9]

–––––, inf. ch. Mr. Issue of Oct. 12, 1832. NR9

Catherine, w. John, inflammation of bowels, June 13, 1845, a. 35 y.

Catherine, d. John and Catherine [Mary. CR11], dropsy in head, Oct. 2, 1845, a. 4 m.


HIGBEE (Higby)

Mary Elizabeth, only ch. Lemuel, jr., a. 17 m. Issue of Mar. 26, 1839. NR9

Lemuel, laborer [at Worcester. NR9], lung fever, Jan. 15, 1843, a. 59 y. [a. 49 y. NR9]

Mary E[llen. NR9], d. Lemuel and Mary [W. NR9], scarlet fever, Mar. 10, 1849, a. 6 2-3 y.

Thomas F., currier, s. Samuel and Elizabeth, typhus fever, Sept. 17, 1849, a. 27 y.


HIGBY (Higbee)

William, at Halifax, a. 20 y. Issue of May 27, 1814. NR9

Eliza, d. Lemuel, tetanus, Feb. 5, 1830, a. 18 y.


HIGGENSON

Maragrett, see Higginson, Margaret.


HIGGINBOTTOM

Dorothy [d. ––––– Wall. GR9], b. England, w. Thomas, fever, May 14, 1848, a. 38 y.


HIGGINS

Elizabeth, w. David, bleeding, at Boston, July 29, 1821, a. 34 y. CR1


HIGGINSON

Francis, Rev., Mar. 15, 1630, a. 43 y. CR1

Sarah, w. Rev. John, July 8, 1675, a. 55 y. GR1

Thomas, s. John, Esq. and Sarah, Sept. 18, 1678 [a. 9 m. GR1]

Margaret, d. John, Esq. [jr. CTR] and Sarah [Sara (Savage) CTR], Jan. 18, 1688 [a. 2 y. 2 m. GR1]

Margaret, d. John, Esq. [jr. CTR] and Sarah [Sara (Savage) CTR], Jan. 18, 1688 [a. 2 y. 2 m. GR1]

Sarah, d. John, Esq. and Sarah, Aug. 5, 1699.

Mary, w. Rev. John [d. Capt. Thomas Gardner. CR1], Mar. 9, 17–– [1713, a. 38 y. CR1; Mar. 9, 1708-9, a. 72 y. GR1]

Samuel, s. John, 3d and Hannah (Gardner), Sept. 23, 1702.

Francis, s. John, 3d and Hannah (Gardner), Nov. 29, 1705.

Nathaniell, s. Nathaniell and Hannah (Gerrish), Oct. 6, 1706.

Francis, s. Nathaniell and Hannah (Gerrish), Aug. 15, 1707.

Henry, s. John, 3d and Hannah (Gardner), Dec. 1, 1708. [Dec. 1, 1709, a. 14 m. 7 d. GR1]

John, Rev., h. Mary, Dec. 9, 1708, in his 93d y.

Hannah (Gardner), w. John, jr. [d. Capt. Samuel Gardner. GR1], June 24, 1713. [a. 37 y. GR1]

–––––, d. John, 3d and Margaret, 2d w., bur. July 23, 1715, a. 1 d. GR1

–––––, s. John, 3d and Margaret, 2d w., bur. July 23, 1715, a. 1 d. GR1

–––––, Mr., bur. Mar. 13, 1721. PR83

Ruth (Bordman), w. John, June 14, 1727.

Ruth, d. John and Ruth (Bordman), July 9, 1727.

John, s. John, 3d and Hannah (Gardner), July 15, 1744.

–––––, w. John, Feb. 4, 1747. PR57

–––––, 2d w. John, Aug. 19, 1748. PR57

John, s. Stephen and Elizabeth (Cabot), Aug. ––, 1750.

Deborah, d. Stephen and Elizabeth (Cabot), Sept. ––, 1753.

Mehetabel, d. John and Mehetabel (Robie), Dec. 15, 1759.

Henry, at Newbury, Oct. 12, 1761. PR57

Stephen, Esq., merchant, member of the House of Representatives, at Newbury, Oct. 12, 1761. NR12

John, s. John and Mehetabel (Robie), Dec. 22, 1762.

Andrew, s. John and Mehetabel (Robie), Sept. 9, 1763.

John, Esq. [Col. PR655], Sept. 23, 1774.

Mehitable, wid. John, Esq., old age and dysentery, Jan. 20, 1818, a. 94 y.

Mehitabel, d. John and Mehitable, deceased, palsy, July 19, 1846, a. 82 y. [1840. CR1]


HIGHFIELD (Hifield)

Eliza [Elizabeth, w. John. NR9], childbirth, bur. June 10, 1834, a. 32 y. CR11


HILBURT

William, a soldier in the expedition against Louisburg, in the year 1745, a. 82 y. Issue of June 27, 1806. NR9


HILDRETH

Lydia [K., w. Alvin. GR1], childbirth, June 23, 1820, a. 24 y.

Lydia L., d. Alvin and Lydia K., Jan. 22, 1822, a. 19 m. GR1

Jane, w. Paul, bur. at Danvers, d. Aug. 2, 1822, a. 24 y.

–––––, s. Samuel, May 29, 1828, a. 1 d.


HILL

Bethia, May 7, 1689, a. abt. 33 y. GR1

John, s. John and Margaret (Ingolls), Mar. 19, 1728-9.

Lydia, Mrs., July ––, 1768. NR4 and NR2

Benjamin, m., "drowned from the vessel Capt. H. White commander," July 1, 1789, a. 29 y. CR4

Stephen, Capt., on his passage from the West Indies. Issue of Aug. 19, 1794. NR9

Phippen, s. Stephen and Sarah (Crane), quinsy, Oct. 25, 1794, a. 13 m. CR4

James Collins, s. twin, Robert and Sarah, suddenly, Feb. 17, 1798, a. 12 m. CR4

Robert, h. ––––– (Collins), from Lynn, mariner, consumption, June 20, 1798, a. 42 y. CR4

Amos, from Richmond, VA, h. Elizabeth Bartlet, d. Robert, mariner with Capt. Cole, at Point Peter, Guadeloupe, West India fever, July 22, 1803, a. 23 y. CR4

Martha, d. John and Elizabeth (Browne), quinsy, Nov. 19, 1803, a. 2 y. CR4

Abner, a fall from a building, Oct. 25, 1806, a. 23 y. GR8

William, of the brig Nabby, Capt. Nathaniel Hathorne, at Surinam. Issue of Apr. 22, 1808. NR9

George, s. John and Elizabeth, d. W. Browne, fever and atrophy, Apr. 28, 1809, a. 12 m. CR4

John, at Savannah, of the ship Rising-Empire, Capt. Webster. Issue of Nov. 9, 1810. NR9

John, tobacconist, a. 47 y. Issue of Sept. 3, 1811. NR9

–––––, ch. Joseph. Issue of May 14, 1813. NR9

Elizabeth M., "d. -in-law," Louis Richards. Issue of June 22, 1813. NR9

Lucy, a. 12 y. Issue of June 22, 1813. NR9

John [formerly of the U.S. Navy. NR9], drowned off Charleston, SC, ––– ––, 1822, a. 35 y. [Issue of Apr. 16. NR9]

Simeon H. [shipwright. NR9], typhus fever, Jan. 23, 1822, a. 42 y.

Daniel, on schooner Greyhound, at sea, ––– ––, 1823, a. 45 y.

William, sudden, June 16, 1823, a. 38 y. [a. 33 y. NR9]

Hannah, Aug. 6, 1823. PR449

Martha, d. Charles, cholera infantum, Sept. 15, 1824, a. 6 m.

Charles, s. Charles, dysentery, Oct. 7, 1824, a. 5 y.

George, s. Charles, a. 5 y. Issue of Oct. 8, 1824. NR9

John, master of ship Catharine, at Batavia, ––– ––, 1825, a. 42 y. [Issue of Aug. 30. NR9]

Hannah, hemorrhage, Dec. 5, 1825, a. 54 y.

John, at Batavia, ––– ––, 1826, a. 50 y.

Robert, fever, Mar. 7, 1826, a. 43 y.

Henry, ––– ––, 1830. tomb. GR8

Abigail, wid., bur. Nov. 18, 1831, a. 77 y. NR9

Sarah, wid. Robert, sr., a. 71 y. Issue of Dec. 23, 1831. NR9

William B., a. 38 y. Issue of Feb. 16, 1836. NR9

Benjamin, Capt., poisoned, a. 52 y. Issue of Dec. 27, 1836. NR9

Rebecca, d. Henry, a. 7 y. Issue of Feb. 17, 1837. NR9

Charles, s. wid. Elizabeth, lost overboard from the brig Cherokee, on her passage from Zanzibar to Bombay, Oct. 16, 1838, a. 18 y. NR9

–––––, ch. stillborn, Joseph, July 13, 1840.

Rebecca, w. Henry, consumption, July 23, 1840, a. 41 y.

William H[enry. NR9], s. William, dropsy, Dec. 13, 1840, a. 3 y. [Dec. 1841, a. 4 y. NR9]

Josiah, laborer, "teamster at the almshouse and was killed by the falling of a derrick at the Stone quarry," bur. at York, ME, d. Jan. 10, 1842, a. 27 y.

Abigail, w. William [d. Capt. James Very. NR9], brain disease, May 7, 1843, a. 31 y.

Elizabeth V[ery. NR9], d. William, bowel complaint, Sept. 21, 1843, a. 5½ m.

Elizabeth, wid. William, ulcers, Apr. 3, 1844, a. 60 y.

John, of Philadelphia, laborer, s. John and Abigail, killed on railroad, at Philadelphia, Apr. 4 [May 4. GR9], 1846, a. 38 y.

Sarah, d. Henry and Rebecca, consumption, Aug. 10, 1847, a. 18 y.

William A[ugustus. NR9], s. William and Clara, canker, Mar. 13, 1848, a. 10 d.

Richard, jr., at Mobile, a. 39 y. Issue of Feb. 13, 1849. NR9

William J. [William Ira. NR9], s. Ira and Elizabeth, croup, May 19, 1849, a. 2 1-3 y.

William, b. Ireland, laborer, jaundice, May 29, 1849, a. 28 y.


HILLARD (Hiller, Hilliard, Hillyard)

–––––, ch. John, bur. Mar. 13, 1785. CR11

John, decay, bur. Apr. 26, 1785. CR11

Mary, w. David, Feb. 9, 1790, a. 71 y. CR4

John, bur. May 15, 1792, a. 75 y. CR11


HILLER (Hillard)

Joseph, on board the ketch, John, Jonathan Derby, commander, drowned near the Cape of Good Hope. Issue of Jan. 12, 1796. NR9

Henry, of Philadelphia, at the charity house, dysentery, June 9, 1797, a. 22 y. CR4


HILLIARD (Hillard)

Sara, w. Job, 14: 8m: 1660. CTR

Joseph, smallpox, Feb. 25, 1774, a. 35 y. GR13

Margaret [Mrs., d. Robert and Mary Peele. GR1], age, May 7, 1826, a. 84 y.


HILLIHAN

Garatt, b. Ireland, laborer, cold water, July 12, 1847, a. 24 y.


HILLYARD (Hillard)

Joseph, old, Feb. 17, 1746. PR57


HILT (Hiltz)

[Joseph Noble Hiltz, s. Jacob. NR9], d. Jacob, cholera, Sept. 29, 1821, a. 7 m.


HILTZ (Hilt)

Jacob C., 1st officer of the barque Gulmare, on his passage from Batavia to Boston, Aug. 25, 1844. NR9


HINDS

Elizabeth [wid. NR9], old age, Mar. 20, 1821, a. 83 y.


HINMAN (Hinsman)

Mary, old age, at the workhouse, Mar. 4, 1820, a. 93 y.

Nancy, consumption, at the workhouse, Apr. 7, 1820, a. 31 y.

Benjamin, consumption, Nov. 15, 1820, a. 54 y.

John [s. Elizabeth. CR10], intemperance, Sept. 1, 1822, a. 32 y. [a. 30 y. CR10]

Joseph, intemperance, June 9, 1823, a. 23 y. [Mar. 25. CR10]

Sarah, wid., old age, Sept. 25 [July 26. CR10], 1823, a. 104 y.

Benjamin Franklin, s. Benjamin, a. 3 y. Issue of Mar. 29, 1836. NR9

Elizabeth, wid. Benjamin, palsy, Nov. 28, 1845, a. 73 y.

Susan [Clough. NR9], d. Benjamin and Hannah, dropsy in head, May 11, 1846, a. 7½ y.


HINSMAN (Henman, Hinman)

Abigail, d. John C., infantile, Dec. 14, 1843, a. 3 d.

Elizabeth, d. Alonzo and Sarah J., lung fever, May 18, 1845, a. 3½ m.

Alonzo, b. New Jersey, s. John C. and Ellen, consumption, Dec. 6, 1845, a. 25 y.


HIRST

William, s. William and Mary (Grove), 7: 8m: 1679. CTR

John, s. William and Mary (Grove), 4: 8m [Oct. 9. GR1]: 1687. CTR [a. 1 y. 9 m. GR1]

Mary, d. William and Mary (Grove), 11: 8m: 1689. CTR

George, s. William and Mary (Grove), June 19, 1692. CTR

Samuell, s. William and Mary, Feb. 6, 1693-4. CTR

Mary, w. William, Esq., Apr. 15, 1717.

William, Esq., h. Mary, Nov. 1, 1717.


HITCHENS (Hitchings)

John, at sea on board ship Pactolus of Boston, ––– ––, 1822, a. 25 y.

Joseph, May 19, 1822, a. 36 y.

Benjamin [master of ship Clay, of Boston, at Batavia. NR9], mate of ship Charles of Boston, at sea [Nov. 3, 1821. NR9], 1822, a. 38 y.

Mary, d. Nathaniel, deceased, consumption, May 20, 1843, a. 69 y.


HITCHINGS (Hitchens, Hitchins)

Betsy, d. Nathaniel, a. 32 y. Issue of Sept. 17, 1816. NR9

John, carpenter, on board the ship Pactolus, on his passage from Batavia to Amsterdam. Issue of June 14, 1822. NR9

Abijah, palsy, Mar. 27, 1826, a. 73 y.

Nathaniel, a Revolutionary pensioner, Sept. 14, 1834, a. 83 y. NR9


HITCHINS (Hitchings)

John Gardner, s. Abijah and Mary, throat distemper, Nov. 22, 1787, a. 2 y. 2 m. CR4

Abijah, s. Abijah, carpenter, s. ––––– (Gardiner), and Mary (Cloutman), d. ––––– (Becket), fever, Mar. 6, 1803, a. 4 y. CR4

Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Mary (Webb), fever, Mar. 28, 1803, a. 14 m. CR4

Sarah, d. B. Gardner of Boston, ropemaker, w. Abijah, Lynn, paralysis of the brain, May 23, 1807, a. 52 y. CR4

Benjamin, s. Abijah and ––––– (Cloutman), at sea [on board the brig Roque, on his passage from Havanna to Leghorn. NR9], received news, Mar. ––, 1819, a. 16 y. CR4 [Issue of Mar. 26. NR9]

Mary, w. Nathaniel, a. 74 y. Issue of Mar. 25, 1831. NR9


HOBART

Silence, w. Noah, Mar. 29, 1802, a. 44 y. GR8

Ebenezer, s. Noah, killed by a floor falling, May [24. GR8], 1809, a. 20 y. CR1

Sally, d. Mathew and Sally, Aug. 6, 1810, a. 1 m. GR8

Richard, s. Mathew and Sally, May 17, 1811, a. 7 y. GR8

William, s. Mathew and Sally, July 9, 1811, a. 2 y. 9 m. GR8

John S., on ship Hercules, at sea, ––– ––, 1823, a. 25 y.

Phebe, May 9, 1833, a. 70 y. NR9

Elizabeth, w. Capt. Noah, rheumatism, Aug. 23, 1835, a. 75 y. CR1

Charles W[ard. NR9], s. Charles, scarlet fever, June 27, 1842, a. 4 y.

Noah, carpenter, h. Elizabeth (Hare), consumption, Mar. 26, 1843, a. 86 y.


HOBBS

Sarah, w. Capt. Samuell, bur. Apr. 14, 1780. PR655

Joseph, Aug. 3, 1818, a. 36 y.

Jonathan, a. 36 y. Issue of Aug. 7, 1818. NR9

Sarah M., d. Jeremiah B., consumption, Oct. 24, 1841, a. 18 y.

Jeremiah, b. Kensington, NH, laborer, s. Mary, consumption, July 9, 1848, a. 61 y.


HOBDON

John, drowned, Apr. 3, 1672.


HOBSON

Moses Gage, s. Moses of Rowley, Essex, carpenter, and Nancy (Masury), grandd. Dea. W. Brown, atrophia infantilis, Sept. 8, 1817, a. 15 m. CR4

Richard Frederick, s. Moses, a. 5 m. Issue of Sept. 1, 1820. NR9

John F., lung fever, Sept. 3, 1820, a. 18 y.

Nancy, w. Moses, consumption, Dec. 20, 1827, a. 34 y.

–––––, ch. Mr., a. 1 y. Issue of July 31, 1832. NR9

Ruthy Jewett, w. Jewett, May 18, 1833, a. 38 y. NR9

Mary Ellen, d. Moses, a. 2 y. Issue of Nov. 18, 1834. NR9

Isaac, b. Ipswich, mariner, h. Mary F. (Olliver), s. Daniel C. and Elizabeth, dysentery, Sept. 26, 1848, a. 50 y.

Helen M., d. Isaac [d. Israel. NR9] and Mary, heart complaint, Apr. 12, 1849, a. 16½ y.


HODGDEN (Hodgdon)

–––––, s. Robert, croup, Dec. 26, 1825, a. 9 m. [a. 13 m. CR10]

Samuel, s. Samuel, cholera infantum, Sept. 11, 1829, a. 14 m.


HODGDON (Hodgden)

Eliza, d. Capt. Samuel, a. 13 y. Issue of Jan. 31, 1812. NR9

Samuel, master of brig America [on his passage from Charleston for Copenhagen. NR9], at sea, ––– ––, 1824, a. 50 y. [Issue of June 4. NR9]

–––––, ch. Robert, Dec. ––, 1825, a. 13 m. CR10 [Issue of Dec. 27, 1825. NR9]

Martha, Jan. 24, 1831, a. 79 y. NR9

Eliza, d. Samuel [and Hannah. NR9], dropsy in brain, Apr. 24, 1841, a. 8 y.

Robert, b. Beverly, Eng., seaman, suicide, Apr. 28, 1847, a. 64 y.


HODGES

Mary (Hutson), w. Georg, Nov. 20, 1665. CTR

Ruth, d. Gamaliel and Sarah (Williams), Nov. ––, 1727.

Sarah, d. John and Mary, May 4, 1759. PR74

Joseph, s. John and Mary, Aug. 7, 1759. PR74

George, s. Gamaliel and Priscilla, Mar. 25, 1764, a. 17 y. GR1

Gamaliel, Aug. 27, 1768, a. 51 y. 11 m. GR1

Jacob Manning, s. John and Mary, Dec. 20, 1768. PR74

John, jr., s. John and Mary, lost, Jan. 2, 1770. PR74

John, jr., Capt., drowned, on his passage to the West Indies. Issue of Mar. 5, 1771. NR4

Mary, w. [Capt. PR655], John, Sept. 5, 1773, a. 49 y. GR1

Hannah, d. John and Mary, May 28, 1778. PR74

Mary, Sept. 27, 1783, a. 1 y. PR189

Joseph, lethargy, Oct. 11, 1785, a. 70 y. 7 m. CR4

Richard, Capt., m., fever, at Demarari, Aug. 17, 1787, a. 25 y. CR4

George, s. George and Lydia, narrow chest, Apr. 16, 1791, a. 4 y. CR4

Sarah, d. Richard and Sarah, fever and chin cough, June 20, 1791, a. 5 y. CR4

Sarah (Chever), wid. Richard, at her sister Boardman's, consumption, July 20, 1792, a. 30 y. CR4

Hannah, d. Benjamin and Hannah, consumption, Oct. 9, 1792, a. 13 y. CR4

George [s. Jonathan, lung fever. CR1], Feb. 12, 1793. PR55

Eliza, d. George and Lydia, quinsy, Nov. 14, 1794, a. 6 y. CR4

Gamaliel, s. Gamaliel and Sarah, fever, Oct. 13, 1795, a. 3 y. 8 m. CR4

George, July 13, 1796. PR263

Lydia (Gale), w. George, childbed, July 13, 1796, a. 32 y. CR4

John, s. Benjamin and Hannah, consumption, Nov. 30, 1797, a. 10 y. CR4

Mary (Andrew), w. Joseph, fever, Sept. 6, 1798, a. 37 y. CR4

Sarah, d. Joseph and Mary, fever, Sept. 11, 1798, a. 7 y. CR4

John, Capt., h. ––––– (Manning), hemorrhois, July 20, 1799, a. 76 y. CR4

Elizabeth Stone, d. Capt. Gamaliel and Sarah (Williams), dysentery, Sept. 18, 1801, a. 2 y. 8 m. CR4 [a. 3 y. NR9]

Elizabeth, d. George and Hannah (Phippen), vomiting and purging, Aug. 16, 1802, a. 7 m. CR4

Benjamin, ––– ––, 1803. tomb. GR8

Margaret Manning, d. Benjamin, merchant, and Hannah (King), consumption, Apr. 29, 1803, a. 12 y. CR4

Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Hanna (King), consumption, Apr. 11, 1804, a. 19 y. CR4

Benjamin, Capt., h. Hannah (King), consumption, Apr. 13, 1806, a. 52 y. CR4

Priscilla, wid. Gamaliel [mother of Jonathan, old age. CR1], Mar. 22, 1807, a. 88 y. GR1

Sara, d. Benjamin and Hanna (King), consumption, Dec. 24, 1812, a. 14 y. CR4

Hannah, d. William and Mary King, wid. Capt. Benjamin, asthma and consumption, Nov. 16, 1814, a. 59 y. CR4

George, s. George and Elizabeth (Welcome), fever, May 6, 1816, a. 3 y. 4 m. CR4

Gamaliel, jr., unm., s. Gamaliel and Sarah, Oct. 5, 1816, a. 20 y.

George, s. George, jr. [and Elizabeth. CR4], consumption, Sept. 25, 1818, a. 1 y. [a. 8 m. CR4]

Sarah, d. Gamaliel and Sarah [consumption. dup], July 20, 1825, a. 24½ y. [July 19. dup.]

Joseph [s. Gamaliel and Priscilla. GR1], consumption, Oct. 5, 1826, a. 70 y. [Oct. 7, a. 69 y. GR1]

George, enteritis, July 28, 1827, a. 62 y.

Benjamin M[anning, s. George. NR9], consumption, June 30, 1830, a. 18 y.

M.W. [Mary White. NR9], d. George A., hydrocephalus, Sept. 27, 1830, a. 1 y.

Jonathan, Esq., late treasurer, a. 73 y. Issue of May 26, 1837. NR9

Hannah, wid. George, Esq., a. 68 y. Issue of June 16, 1837. NR9

Elizabeth, w. Jonathan, d. Nathaniel and Priscilla Ropes, old age, Aug. 30, 1840, a. 76 y. [a. 78 y. NR9]

Louisa W., d. John and Mary, croup, Nov. 26, 1844, a. 11 m.

Elizabeth, d. Benjamin and Hannah, deceased, typhoid fever, Mar. 23, 1849, a. 52 y.

Georgiana, d. Edward and Sarah A., dysentery, July 29, 1849, a. 2¾ y.


HODGKINS

James S., delirium tremens, Nov. 24, 1825, a. 28 y. [a. 23 y. NR9]

Thomas, phthisis pulmonalis, Dec. 2, 1825, a. 46 y.

Sarah B[artoll. NR9], phthisis pulmonalis, Feb. 15, 1826, a. 15 y.

Sally, wid. [Thomas. NR9], consumption, Dec. 3, 1827, a. 46 y.

Mary, wid. Thomas, Dec. 5, 1827, a. 46 y. CR10

William, seaman, on brig Mentor, at sea [Capt. Charles Dyer, killed by falling masthead. NR9; Sept. 30. NR8], 1828, a. 24 y.

Elizabeth W., wid. James, Oct. 9, 1831, a. 31 y. NR9

Lucy R., b. Ipswich, wid. John, lung fever, May 3, 1844, a. 62 y.

Mary Ann, d. Thomas and Sally, consumption, May 24, 1845, a. 31 y.


HOFFMAN

Catharine, Mrs., May 19, 1833, a. 98 y. NR9

Ruth A., w. Capt. Charles, Apr. 13, 1838, a. 29 y. NR9


HOGAN (Hogens, Hogins)

Priscilla, d. Michael and Ann, Sept. 27, 1847, a. 6 y. [a. 6 w. NR9]

Ann M. [Ann F. GR9], w. Michael, heart complaint, Mar. 12, 1849, a. 49 y.


HOGENS (Hogan)

–––––, ch. –––––, bur. Oct. 1, 1786. CR11


HOGINS (Hogan)

Betsey E., of Boston, w. Asa B., cancer, at Boston, July 17, 1844, a. 49 y.


HOIT (Hoyt)

[Sarah Elizabeth. GR8], d. Ichabod [and Abigail. GR8], croup, Nov. 2 [Oct. 27. GR8], 1821, a. 11 m.


HOLLAND

John, Capt., of Thomastown, formerly of Ipswich, a. 77 y. Issue of Aug. 15, 1823. NR9

Charles, Capt., master of the schr. Mechanic, wrecked on Cohasset Rock, Jan. 30, 1833, a. 40 y. NR9

James [formerly of Hallowell, ME. NR9], mariner, h. Alice (Sanderson), typhus fever, Mar. 9, 1843, a. 54 y.


HOLLEY

Horace, Rev., Dr., July 31, 1827. CR1


HOLLIMAN

Susanna, d. John and Susanna, Sept. 27, 1721, a. 1 y. GR1

Susanna, d. John and Susanna, Nov. 4, 1729, a. 1 y. GR1

John, s. John and Susanna, July 1, 1732, a. 9 y. GR1

Elizabeth, d. John and Susanna, Aug. ––, 1732, a. 5 y. GR1


HOLLINGWORTH

Richard, s. Richard and ELizabeth (Powell), Aug. ––, 1662. CTR

William, s. William and Eleanor, Nov. 7, 1688, a. 33 y. GR1

Elianor, w. William, sr., Nov. 22, 1689, a. 59 y. GR1


HOLLIS

Eliza Ann, at Boston, a. 29 y. Issue of July 24, 1849. NR9


HOLMAN

Gabriel, bur. July 12, 1756, a. abt. 45 y. CR1 [July 9, a. 41 y. GR7]

–––––, ch. Samuel, Nov. 5, 1760. CR1

John, s. Gabriel and Elizabeth, Aug. 3, 1767, in his 24th y. GR7

Sarah, w. Gabriel, Apr. 21, 1773, a. 31 y. GR7

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

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

Elizabeth, wid. Gabriel, Sept. 3, 1779, a. 64 y. GR7

William, s. Samuel and Ruth, Dec. 10, 1780, a. 9 y. GR7

Joseph, Capt., at sea, a. 27 y. Issue of Jan. 22, 1793. NR9

Joseph, s. Gabriel and Sarah, Dec. 7, 1793. PR76

Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel, July 29, 1797, a. 17 y.

Reith, w. Dea. Samuel, Aug. 30, 1801, a. 64 y. GR7

Jacob, killed by the tiller, Oct. ––, 1804. PR82

Sarah Goodhue, d. [Capt. PR61] John and Lois (Nelson), Mar. [30. PR61], 1809, a. 1½ y. PR76

Eunice, d. Dea. Samuel, Oct. 18, 1810, a. 43 y. GR7

Mary [w. William. PR61], bur. Dec. 10, 1813, a. 71 y. NR9

Hannah, d. William, jr., bur. Apr. 1, 1815, a. 8 y. NR9

William, at sea on board the brig Independence, from Havanna, a. 21 y. Issue of July 1, 1817. NR9

Horatio Nelson, s. John and Lois (Nelson), Nov. ––, 1821, a. 3 y. PR76

–––––, s. John, measles, Dec. ––, 1821, a. 4 y.

[Lois, w. Capt. John, d. Rev. Ebenezer Nelson, of Malden, deceased, at Malden, July 22, 1825, a. 40 y. NR9] dropsy, July 26, 1825, a. 42 y.

Samuel, Dea., "Ruling Elder in the North Church," old age, Nov. 24, 1825, a. 89 y.

John, jr., Feb. 17, 1826, a. 24 y.

George [Smith. NR9], s. Jonathan, hydrothorax, Nov. 22, 1826, a. 3 y.

William [a Revolutionary patriot. NR9], old age, at the almshouse, Jan. 4, 1827, a. 86 y. [a. 80 y. CR10]

Joseph [G. PR76], s. John [and Lois (Nelson), Sept. ––. PR76], hydrocephalus, Oct. 1, 1827, a. 13 y.

Betsy, w. Jonathan, phthisis pulmonalis, Dec. 30, 1827, a. 42 y.

Gamaliel, Aug. 21, 1828, a. 74 y. PR24

Lydia, w. Gabriel, peripneumonia notha, Oct. 22, 1828, a. 74 y.

Lydia [P. GR8], w. William, hypertrophes, Nov. 19, 1830, a. 55 y.

Gabriel, Jan. 2, 1832, a. 93 y. NR9

William, jr., Oct. 29, 1832, a. 58 y. GR8

Samuel, jr., merchant, h. Lydia (Hodges), s. Samuel, shot himself under temporary derangement caused by long-continued ill health, at Andover, May 29, 1845, a. 52 y.

William, s. Lyman and Fanny, consumption, Jan. 8, 1847, a. 2 y 7 m.

Lyman, s. Lyman and Fanny, teething, Mar. 7, 1847, a. 17 m.


HOLMES

George, influenza, a. 45 y. Issue of Nov. 17, 1789. NR8

–––––, w. –––––, suddenly, cholera morbus, bur. July 26, 1802. CR11

Ann, Oct. 10, 1827, a. 46 y.

Sarah, wid. Capt. Thomas, Aug. 12, 1832, a. 87 y. GR7

Lydia H., w. John C., Aug. 5, 1834, a. 28 y. NR9

Joseph, lost overboard from the brig Abby M., Capt. Hutchinson, Mar. 26, 1836, a. 50 y. NR9

Elizabeth, Nov. 13, 1838, a. 60 y. GR8

Maria, of Lynn, b. Lynn, d. Charles B. and Mary Ann, brain fever, at Lynn, Aug. 26, 1839, a. 4½ y.

Charles, of Lynn, b. Lynn, s. Charles B. and Mary A., scarlet fever, at Lynn, Mar. 3, 1849, a. 11 2-3 y.


HOLT

Esther, d. Nehemiah and Esther (Varnum), Sept. 23, 1777.

Varnum, s. Nehemiah and Esther (Varnum), Dec. 28, 1783.

Jacob, s. Nehemiah and Esther (Varnum), Feb. 3, 1784. [a. 5 m. CR1]

–––––, ch. Nehemiah, hydrocephalus, Mar. 8, 1784, a. 2 y. CR1

Nehemiah, h. Esther (Varnum), Nov. 17, 1784.

–––––, Rev., of Danvers, carbuncle, Aug. 5 [1. PR79], 1792, a. 67 y. CR1

Nehemiah, s. Nehemiah and Esther (Varnum) [at Alexandria. NR9], Apr. 25, 1798. [a. 25 y. NR9]

Jonathan, Capt., on his passage to the West Indies, a. 34 y. Issue of Feb. 18, 1803. NR9

Mary, wid. Jonathan, a. 34 y. Issue of Aug. 21, 1807. NR9

Jonathan, accident, on board the ship Hercules, at sea, a. 16 y. Issue of Oct. 27, 1807. NR9

Lemuel, fits, Feb. 13, 1820, a. 83 y.

Esther (Varnum), w. Nehemiah [pneumonia. dup.], Feb. 12, 1822 [a. 75 y. dup.]

Catharine, enteritis, bur. at Andover, d. Dec. ––, 1823, a. 20 y.

Margaret, wid., paralysis, June [18. NR9], 1824, a. 82 y.

Hannah [wid. NR9], hemiplegia, July 11, 1830, a. 49 y.

Hannah, a. 21 y. Issue of Sept. 7, 1838. NR9


HOLTEN (Holton)

John, lost at sea. Issue of Mar. 6, 1770. NR4


HOLTON (Holten, Houghton, Houlten)

Benjamin, Sept. 17, 1689, a. 33 y. CR2


HOLYOKE

–––––, Dr., Nov. 19, 1756. PR83

Judith, w. Dr., bur. Nov. 21, 1756, a. 19 y. CR1

Judith [ch. Edward Augustus and Judith Pickman. PR658], d. Dr., bur. Dec. 7, 1756, a. 3 w. CR1

–––––, s. Dr., dysentery, Sept. 1, 1782, a. 5 m. CR1

Elizabeth [Betsey. NR8], d. Edward Augustus [Esq.], and Mary, jaundice, Mar. 26, 1789. PR79 [a. 18 y. CR1]

–––––, Rev., of Boxford, palsy, May ––, 1796. CR1

Edward A., ––– ––, 1802. tomb. GR7

Mary, w. E.A., Esq., Apr. 15, 1802, a. 64 y. NR9

Margaret, d. Edward Augustus, LL.D., M.D., marasmus, Jan. 27, 1825, a. 62 y.

Edward Augustus [Dr. CR1], age, Mar. 31, 1829, a. 100 y. [100 y. 7 m. CR1]


HOMAN

John, at the almshouse, Sept. 25, 1796, a. 29 y.

Thomas, on board the ship Janus, at Havanna. Issue of Aug. 21, 1821. NR9

Joseph [a Revolutionary pensioner. NR9], drowned by falling overboard from fishing boat, Oct. 1, 1823, a. 65 y.

Sarah, wid. Joseph, Feb. 21, 1837, a. 73 y. NR9

Tabitha, wid. Thomas, of Marblehead, Mar. 11, 1837, a. 73 y. NR9


HOMISTON

Mary, d. Liman, phthisis pulmonalis, June 22 [July 6. CR10], 1823, a. 18 y. [a. 19 y. CR10]

Lydia, w. Lyman, lung fever, Mar. 21, 1841, a. 58 y.


HONER

–––––, ch. Arthur, Feb. 4, 1822, a. 4 d.


HONEY

–––––, w. John, bur. Nov. 27, 1804. CR11

John, bur. Oct. 16, 1810, a. 80 y. CR11


HONEYCOMB

Martha, w. William [H. CR10], atrophy, Dec. [25. CR10], 1822, a. 22 y.

Thomas [a native of Leskeard, Eng. NR9], peripneumonia, Apr. 7, 1827, a. 59 y.

Mary H., d. Thomas P., Aug. 6, 1834, a. 5½ m.

Mary, w. George, a. 22 y. Issue of Sept. 18, 1838. NR9

–––––, s. Samuel R., fits, Sept. 20, 1839, a. 3 m.

Mary E[llen. NR9], d. Thomas P. [and Mary P. NR9], infantile, July 25, 1840, a. 10 w.

Celia (Peirson), b. England, wid. Thomas, cancer, Oct. 17, 1848, a. 71¾ y.


HOOD

William Sage, s. Asa, a. 5 y. NR9

Joseph, at Rhode Island, Sept. 7, 1745. PR57

Susannah, a. 25 y. Issue of Nov. 8, 1791. NR9

Amos, killed while at work in a well. Issue of Nov. 13, 1792. NR9

Sarah, wid., old age, Dec. 12, 1816, a. 76 y. CR1

Mercy E. [Mary Emerson. NR9], Sept. 28, 1825, a. 29 y.

Sarah Needham, d. Jacob and Sophia (Needham), Aug. 30, 1830 [a. 1 y. NR9]

Sarah Flint, d. Jacob and Sophia [dysentery. dup.], Aug. 31, 1830. [a. 1 y. dup.]

James, a. 51 y. Issue of Feb. 26, 1833. NR9

Phoebe, wid. Amos, age, Apr. 4, 1842, a. 80 y.

Gillin, b. Vermont, w. Enos, palsy, Dec. 22, 1845, a. 72 y.

Leonora, d. Samuel S. and Frances J[ane. NR9], inflammation of bowels, Sept. 4, 1847, a. 3 m.

Margaret F., b. Meredith, NH, w. Asa, jr., d. Daniel Cass, consumption, Aug. 20, 1848, a. 35 y.


HOOK

J.F., s. William, drowned, Aug. 22, 1837, a. 26 y. NR9


HOOKER

Mary, wid., formerly of Marblehead, a. 61 y. Issue of Dec. 10, 1816. NR9


HOOPER

Mary, w. Charles, Apr. 30, 1716.

Charles, bur. Jan. 23, 1759, a. abt. 70 y. CR1

–––––, Mrs., Sept. 26, 1760, a. 76 y. CR1

B. Haw, suicide, Jan. 26, 1788. PR84

James. Issue of Aug. 10, 1790. NR9

Robert, apoplexy, a. 64 y. Issue of July 8, 1794. NR9

Abigal [wid. Charles NR9], Feb. 2 or 3, 1795. PR55 [a. 88 y. NR9]

Benjamin, Sept. 27, 1796, a. abt. 71 y.

A., wid., a. 60 y. Issue of Aug. 18, 1801. NR9

Benjamin, apoplexy, at the almshouse, Nov. 9, 1822, a. 59 y.

Hannah Ellen, d. Nathaniel, bur. Nov. 20, 1832, a. 4 y. NR9

–––––, d. Edward, a. 6 m. Issue of Jan. 8, 1833. NR9

[Eben. NR9], s. Ebenezer B., infantile, bur. at Danvers, Aug. 18, 1839, a. 3 d.

Betsy B., family of Ebenezer B., consumption, bur. at Danvers, Nov. 19, 1839, a. 37 y.

Mary [Polly. NR9], b. Marblehead, s. William and Mary, age, July 10, 1846, a. 88 y. [87 y. 8 m. NR9]

Isaac J., of Charlestown, student, s. Edward and Lydia, brain complaint, at Charlestown, July 11, 1846, a. 21 y.

Robert S., illegitimate, cordwainer, consumption, Sept. 9, 1846, a. 32 y.

George G., s. Thomas T. and Lavina D., at Essex, Aug. 27, 1848. NR9


HOPKINS

Nathaniel, s. Rev. ––, at Norfolk, VA, July 29, 1800. NR9

Daniel, Rev. D.D., pastor of the Third church, Dec. 14, 1814 [fever. CR1], in his 81st y., and 37th y. of his ministry. NR9

Sophia, w. Daniel, bur. Apr. 18, 1817, a. 33 y. NR9

Daniel, d. at Charlestown, bur. in this town Jan. 7, 1823, a. 38 y. NR9

Susanna, wid. Rev. Daniel, D.D., Mar. 15, 1838, in her 84th y. NR9


HOPPING

Daniel, intemperance, Dec. ––, 1828, a. 36 y. [Issue of Dec. 23. NR9]

Hannah L., teacher, d. Daniel, consumption, Sept. 29, 1843, a. 22 y.


HORN (Horne)

Debby, Apr. 28, 1786, a. 22 y.


HORNE (Horn)

Jonathan, s. John, 11: 7m: 1658. CTR

Mary, d. John and Mary (Clarke), 20: 6m: 1669. CTR

Mary, w. John, June 19, 1690. CTR

Jonathan, s. John and Naomi, Oct. 6, 1701. CTR

Benjamin, Sept. 13, 1702. CTR

Sally, a native of Waldoborough, ME, a. abt. 35 y. Issue of Nov. 1, 1816. NR9


HORTIN (Horton)

–––––, ch. Jonathan, bur. Dec. 20, 1788. CR11

–––––, ch. Jonathan, at the workhouse, bur. Sept. 11, 1792. CR11


HORTON (Hortin)

–––––, w. Thomas, suffocated in snow storm, Jan. 18, 1787, a. 48 y. CR1

–––––, at the poor house, bur. Oct. 1, 1790. CR11

John, m., suddenly, phthisic, Oct. 23, 1790, a. 34 y. CR4

Mary, w. Jonathan, bur. June 24, 1791. CR11

John, at Port au Prince, a. 21 y. Issue of Dec. 30, 1800. NR9

Lemuel, s. Lemuel and Hannah (Holt), May 11, 1803, a. 16 y. PR270

–––––, ch. John, bur. Nov. 27, 1806. CR11

Jonathan, bur. Sept. 10, 1808. PR61

William, typhus fever, at Charleston, July 14, 1821, a. 22 y.

George, chronic diarrhea, Oct. 24, 1821, a. 52 y. [a. 29 y. NR9]

Elizabeth, w. George [d. Benjamin Hinman. NR9; d. Elizabeth Henman. dup.], enteritis, Dec. [17. CR10], 1822, a. 20 y.

Mary L., consumption, Aug. 28, 1831, a. 26 y. NR9

Nathaniel, s. Lemuel and Hannah (Holt), Aug. 28, 1831, a. 29 y. PR270

George, a. 31 y. Issue of Oct. 11, 1831. NR9

Joseph Hart, a. 2 y. 7 m. Issue of July 20, 1832. NR9

Mary, Mrs., consumption, bur. Dec. 22, 1834, a. 62 y. CR5

Sukey, d. Lemuel and Hannah (Holt), Oct. 30, 1835, a. 39 y. PR270

Harriet, d. Lemuel and Hannah (Holt), Oct. 25, 1838, a. 44 y. PR270

–––––, ch. –––––, bur. Nov. 6, 1840, a. 4 y. CR5

Samuel, of Cape Cod, cramp, May 16, 1841, a. 33 y.

Martha, d. Nathaniel, infantile, Oct. 29, 1841, a. 16 d.

George F., of Boston, b. New York, s. Benjamin and Hannah B., consumption, at Boston, Aug. 7, 1847, a. 26 y.


HOSMER

Hannah, d. Joseph from Norwich, CT, and Hannah, fever and throat, Nov. 26, 1795, a. 2 y. 10 m. CR4

Mary, d. Joseph and Hannah, fever and throat, Dec. 1, 1795, a. 1 y. 4 m. CR4

George Cabot, s. Joseph and Hannah, obstruction in bowels, Sept. 3, 1799, a. 14 d. CR4

Joseph, Capt., s. Capt. Joseph, deceased, at Philadelphia, Apr. 3, 1833, a. 41 y. NR9

Samuel [W. GR1], of New York, seaman, s. Joseph, deceased, consumption, Apr. 26, 1844, a. 43 y.


HOUGHTON (Holton)

Emary, June 22, 1813, a. 23 y. GR8

Alonzo Ems, inf. s. Alonzo, of Chelsea, deceased. Issue of June 18, 1844. NR9


HOULTEN (Holton)

–––––, "old Mrs.," ––– ––, 1702-3. CR2

Hannah, ––– ––, 1702-3. CR2


HOVEY

Debora, d. twin, Amos [Esq. NR9], from Boxford, and Debora (Steward), of Nova Scotia, inoculation, July 11, 1798, a. 5 y. CR4

Sarah, d. [Maj. NR9], Amos and Debora, inoculation, July 20, 1798, a. 22 m. CR4

Benjamin, on board the schooner Hannah, at Santiago, Cuba. Issue of Aug. 11, 1801. NR9

Susannah, w. Thomas, bur. June 22, 1804, a. 53 y. NR9

Thomas, suddenly. Issue of July 4, 1809. NR9

Samuel, mason, lockjaw, May 26, 1818, a. 28 y.

Rebecca, d. Amos, Esq., consumption, May 31, 1819, a. 26 y.

Benjamin W., s. John, on board the brig Brutus, of Kennebunk, at sea, June 27, 1819, a. 16 y. Issue of July 30, 1819. NR9

–––––, ch. John, a. 4 m. Issue of Aug. 15, 1823. NR9

Moses [Capt. of East Machias, ME NR9], dysentery, bur. at Andover, d. Sept. 4, 1827, a. 54 y.

[Matilda. NR9], d. John, dysentery, Sept. 30, 1827, a. 5 y. [a. 6 y. NR9]

C[aroline. NR9], d. John, dysentery, Oct. ––, 1827, a. 2 y. [Issue of Oct. 30. NR9]

Sarah, wid. John, a. 78 y. Issue of Mar. 16, 1832. NR9

Amos, Esq., formerly Maj. Gen., of the 2d division MA Militia, bur. Oct. 20, 1838, a. 81 y. NR9

Debora (Steward), wid. Amos, consumption, Dec. 21, 1841, a. 76 y.

William C., s. John and Tabitha, consumption, Apr. 24, 1847, a. 31 y.


HOW (Howe)

[Polly. NR9], wid. Samuel D., phthisis pulmonalis, Dec. 1, 1821, a. 30 y.


HOWARD

–––––, "old," Dec. 26, 1748. PR57

Anne, w. John, a. 69 y. Issue of Apr. 8, 1806. NR9

Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Lydia, atrophia infantilis, Feb. 12, 1814, a. 7 w. CR4

Charles, May 20, 1815, a. 78 y. PR35

Jemima, w. John, Esq., bur. June 6, 1816, a. 65 y. CR11

Ezekiel, s. Rev. Bezaleel, of Springfield, teacher, at Newton, typhus fever, Feb. 13, 1818, a. 20 y.

Rachel, wid., consumption, Apr. 12, 1819, a. 70 y.

Archelaus, angina pectoris, Feb. 23, 1821, a. 58 y. [a. 55 y. NR9]

Samuel W[orcester. NR9], s. Joseph, pneumonia, Jan. 11, 1822, a. 10 m.

Joseph, ––– ––, 1823. tomb. GR8

Edward [S. NR9], s. Joseph, dysentery, Sept. 9, 1824, a. 22 m.

William, s. Joseph, dysentery succeeding whooping cough, Sept. 14, 1824, a. 6 m.

Samuel, a. 55 y. Issue of Mar. 1, 1836. NR9

Abraham, s. John, Esq., a. 46 y. Issue of May 12, 1837. NR9

Charles Warren, s. Charles P., at North Reading, a. 9 m. Issue of July 3, 1838. NR9

[John William. NR9], s. John D., throat distemper, bur. at Danvers, Oct. 8, 1839, a. 6 m.

[Susan Bethiah. NR9], d. John D., throat distemper, bur. at Danvers, Oct. 18, 1839, a. 2 y. [a. 2 y. 2 m. NR9]

Caroline V., d. Charles C. [and H.R. CR11], dropsy, Mar. 1, 1841, a. 15 m.

Caroline Neisler, d. John C., a. 15 m. Issue of Mar. 5, 1841. NR9

Evelina, d. Benjamin, of Rochester, NY, consumption, Aug. 4, 1842, a. 17 y.

Sally, b. Danvers, d. Archelaus, of Danvers, dec., tumor, bur. at Danvers, d. Dec. 24 [26. CR11], 1843, a. 47 y. [a. 48 y. CR11]

Mary C[heever. NR9], d. John C. and H.R. [d. Charles and H.R. CR11], consumption, Aug. 29, 1845, a. 7½ y.

John [a Revolutionary soldier, a representative in the legislature, and 1st pres. of the Charitable Mechanic Association. NR9], b. Marblehead, sailmaker, s. Joseph, age, Aug. 9, 1848, a. 93712 y.

Charles, s. John C. and Hanah R., dropsy in head, Mar. 5, 1849, a. 10 m.

Charles A., s. David and Mary, lung fever, Aug. 27, 1849, a. 1 y.


HOWE (How, Howes)

William, from near Dartmouth, Eng., servant of Nicholas Lane, suddenly, Oct. 4, 1810, a. 61 y. CR4

Hiram, at Fort Pickering, a. 28 y. Issue of Feb. 27, 1818. NR9

Samuel D., intemperance producing enteritis, Mar. 23, 1821, a. 34 y.

Caroline T[horndike. NR9], d. Israel T. and Harriet S., teething, Oct. 1, 1848, a. 17 m.

Lucy, b. Beverly, wid. Daniel [a Revolutionary pensioner. NR9], d. William Morgan, paralysis, Mar. 2, 1849, a. 87 y. [a. 86 y. CR5]


HOWES (Howe)

George, s. Frederic, fever, at Curacoa, Feb. 25, 1844, a. 19 y.

Charles, of Boston, s. Frederick and Elizabeth, slow fever, at Boston, Oct. 17, 1847, a. 18 y.

Frederick, Dr., on his passage from Charleston, SC, to New York, hemorrhage of the lungs, a. 25 y. Issue of May 18, 1849. NR9


HOYT (Hoit)

I.R. [Ichabod Randell, jr. GR8], s. Ichabod [and Abigail. GR8], hydrocephalus, Dec. 9, 1824, a. 15 m.

S.A.E. [Sarah Ann Elizabeth. GR8], d. Ichabod [and Abigail. GR8], croup, May 20, 1830, a. 2 y.

Sally, w. Simeon, Aug. 11, 1835, a. 26 y. NR9

Abigail, w. Ichabod [R. NR9], consumption, July 21, 1843, a. 46 y.


HUBBARD

–––––, Rev., of Marblehead, bilious fever, Oct. 16, 1800, a. 42 y. CR1

Mary, w. William R., hemorrhage, at Worcester, Mar. 9, 1843, a. 36 y. NR9

Oliver, b. Hamilton, physician, s. John and Sarah, diarrhea, Aug. 27, 1849, a. 77 y. [a. 79 y. GR9]


HUBON

Ann [Nancy. NR9], w. Henry, July 1, 1813, a. 22 y. GR7

H., ––– ––, 1829. tomb. GR8

Charles E[dmund. NR9], s. Henry, marasmus, Nov. 27, 1830, a. 2 y.

Emily A[manda. NR9], d. Henry, consumption, May 18, 1842, a. 11 y.

Harriet L[auretta. NR9], d. Henry, typhus fever, July 20, 1842, a. 18 y.

William H[arrison. NR9], s. Henry, scrofula, Nov. 29, 1843, a. 14 y.


HUCHENSON (Hutchinson)

Susanna, w. Richard, 26: 9m: 1674. CTR


HUDDELTON

–––––, ch. –––––, canker, bur. Sept. 2, 1803. CR11


HUDDLE

William, consumption, Dec. 20, 1839, a. 66 y.

Robert, a. 61 y. Issue of Dec. 24, 1839. NR9

William A[ugustus NR9], s. William, brain fever, May 25, 1840, a. 6 y.

Lydia Ann, d. William, scarlet fever, June 10, 1840, a. 27 m.

Emily, d. William, scarlet fever, June 13, 1840, a. 3 m.

–––––, twin chn., William and Sarah, infantile, Sept. 6, 1848, a. 2 d.


HUDSON (Hutson)

Nancy, Mrs., Oct. 16, 1834, a. 65 y. GR7


HUESLER (Heussler)

Abigail (Russell), of Boston, wid. George, consumption, at Boston, May 8, 1844, a. 50 y.


HULEN (Hulin)

Abraham, supposed to have been washed overboard near Cape Cod from schr. Juno, Jan. 8, 1822, a. 40 y.

Edward, supposed to have been washed overboard near Cape Cod from schr. Juno, Jan. 8, 1822, a. 43 y.


HULIN (Hulen)

Joseph, seaman on board the brig Florida, Capt. Smith, drowned at sea, Sept. 20, 1834. NR9


HUMBER

Samuel, s. Thomas, dropsy in ye head, Aug. 28, 1830, a. 7 y.


HUMPHREY

Edwin, h. Mary A. (Phipps), brain fever, Jan. 16, 1844, a. 30 y.


HUNNEMAN

James, brother-in-law of John Fausell, Dec. 15, 1830, a. 64 y. NR9


HUNT

Mary, w. Lewis, Mar. 27, 1695. PR77

Mary (Lake), w. Lewis, Mar. 27, 1695.

Elizabeth, d. Lewis and Elizabeth (Palfray), 2d w., Feb. 4, 1697.

Elisabeth, d. Lewis and Elisabeth (Palfrey), Feb. 4, 1698. PR77

John, s. Lewis and Elizabeth (Palfray), 2d w., Aug. 17, 1699.

Eunice, w. William, Aug. 30, 1764, a. 57 y. 6 m. GR1

William, s. William and Eunice, May 29, 1769, a. 25 y. GR1

William, s. Lewis and Elizabeth, Sept. 19, 1780, a. 79 y. GR1

Sarah, w. Dea. Lewis [suddenly. NR7], Nov. 17, 1781, a. 31 y. GR1

–––––, ch. Lewis, Oct. 15, 1782. CR1

Hannah, maiden, asthma [d. Lewis and Elizabeth. GR1], Nov. 17, 1783, a. 72 y. CR1

Mary, d. Lewis and Mary [cholera morbus. CR1], Oct. 10, 1785. PR77 [a. 1 y. 6 m. CR1]

Elizabeth, maiden [d. William and Eunice. GR1], hectic, Dec. 31, 1787, a. 54 y. CR1

Samuel, s. Lewis and Mary [peripneumonia. CR1], May 25, 1790. PR77 [a. 3 y. CR1]

Thomas, m., teacher of navigation, drowned, bur. Apr. 30, 1792, a. 46 y. CR4

William, Oct. 2, 1792. PR55

Ruth, maiden [d. Lewis and Elizabeth. GR1], old age, Oct. 19, 1792, a. 87 y. CR1

William, a. 20 y., on his passage from the West Indies. Issue of Nov. 4, 1794. NR9

Lewis, Dea. [s. William and Eunice. GR1], Oct. 22, 1797, a. 52 y. [a. 51 y. GR1]

–––––, wid. Dr., bur. Jan. 20, 1799. CR11

Lewis, s. Dea. [Lewis and Mary. GR1], hectic, Aug. –– [July 25. GR1], 1800, a. 18 y. CR1

John, s. Richard, accident, Apr. 19, 1801, in his 10th y. NR9

Joseph, s. Dea., Aug. ––, 1801. CR1

Joseph, s. Lewis and Mary, Aug. 7, 1808, a. 19 y. GR1

Sarah [d. William and Eunice. GR1], distraction, Oct. [6. GR1], 1811, a. 72 y. CR1 [a. 64 y. GR1]

Thomas, Mar. 10, 1812. CR13

William, baker [s. Dea. CR1], h. Mary (Dean), Mar. 4, 1813, a. 33 y.

Mary Bowditch, d. John, jr., hydrocephalus, Sept. 24, 1819, a. 3 y.

Elizabeth P[utnam. NR9], w. John, jr., consumption, Oct. 15, 1819, a. 26 y.

Benjamin Bowditch, s. Lewis and Mary, Oct. ––, 1820. PR77

Lewis, mason, s. William and Mary [accident. dup.], May 1 [Apr. ––. dup.], 1823, a. 18 y. [a. 17 y. dup.]

Frederick, intemperance, Aug. 17, 1823, a. 37 y.

Mary, w. Lewis, age, Mar. 21, 1829, a. 69 y.

Mary D., d. William and Anstis, Oct. 6, 1833, a. 1 1-12 y.

Delia, Mrs. [w. John. NR9], June 1, 1834, a. 63 y. 4 m. GR1

Priscilla Ann, d. John, at Cincinnati, Ohio, a. 21 y. Issue of Jan. 29, 1836. NR9

Sarah E[lizabeth. NR9], d. Thomas, scarlet fever, May 27, 1841, a. 4 y.

John, b. England, distiller, abscess, Nov. 23, 1847, a. 70 y.

Samuel, seaman of brig Hamilton, at Bissau, Africa, Aug. 4, 1848. NR9

Sarah, wid. Thomas, d. George and Lydia Chapman, lung fever, Nov. 2, 1848, a. 78 y.


HUNTER

William, mariner, [formerly of Nicholsville, NY. NR9], h. ––––– (Cook), accidental, Aug. 7, 1849, a. 35 y.


HUNTINGTON

John, Rev., May 30, 1766, a. 30 y. CR5


HUNTRESS

Joseph N., Sept. 4, 1838. PR160


HURCY (Hersey)

Joseph Littlefield, s. Benjamin C., a. 15 y. Issue of Mar. 6, 1838. NR9


HURD (Heard)

Mary, wid. Daniel, Jan. 8, 1833, a. 40 y. NR9

Sarah, d. Thomas, a. 3 y. Issue of Dec. 29, 1835. NR9

William F., s. Elisha P., scarlet fever, Nov. 19, 1843, a. 5 y.

Elisha P., b. New Hampshire, cooper, h. Judith (Pitts), consumption, Sept. 10, 1845, a. 36 y.

Malinda, b. New Hampshire, w. Thomas, d. Benjamin and Abigail Thompson, palsy, Apr. 8, 1846, a. 43 y.

Mary A[bba. NR9], d. Randall F. and Abba, lung fever, Feb. 9, 1847, a. 2 m.

Abby, b. North Prospect, ME, w. Randell F., d. Luther and Nancy Pendleton, consumption, Mar. 12, 1848, a. 21 y.

Herbert Randall F., s. adopted, Mrs. Jane Berry, Apr. 9, 1849, a. 13 m. NR9

Judith, b. Shapleigh, ME, w. Elisha P., d. Thomas and Hanah Pitts, dysentery, Aug. 19, 1849, a. 40 y.


HUSSEY

Hannah (Conklin), w. Robert, dysentery, Sept. 16, 1841, a. 70 y.


HUSTON

James, at Lynn, ––– ––, 1838. CR14


HUTCHENS (Hutchins)

Eliza A[nn. NR9], w. Ebenezer, d. William and Betsey Lewis, Nov. 1, 1847, a. 21 y.


HUTCHESON (Hutchinson)

Thomas, m., fever, Aug. 28, 1786, a. 46 y. CR4

Mary (Trask of Beverly), wid. Thomas, rheumatic fever, Jan. 18, 1819, a. 74 y. CR4


HUTCHINS (Hutchens)

–––––, ch. Augustus and Susan, bleeding, Apr. 23, 1847, a. 3 d.


HUTCHINSON (Huchenson, Hutcheson, Hutchison)

–––––, ch. Benjamin, Sept. 18, 1690. CR2

–––––, s. John, Dec. 1, 1695, a. 3 m. CR2

Elizabeth, w. Joseph, Dec. 21, 1699. CTR

Elizabeth, w. Joseph, jr., Dec. 24, 1700, a. 36 y. CR2

Jasper, s. Joseph, jr., Feb. 16, 1702, a. 3 y. CR2

Elizabeth, d. Joseph, jr., Feb. 18, 1702. CR2

Elisha, s. Joseph, jr., Mar. 1, 1702, a. 5 y. CR2

Jane (Phillips), w. Benjamin, 7: 9br: 1711.

James, Apr. 2, 1800. PR475

James, s. Thomas and Mary, with Mugford at Calcutta, fever, received news, Sept. 21, 1800, a. 26 y. CR4

Thomas, lost at Laquira by the upsetting of boat on the Spanish Main, Mar. 17, 1802. PR475

–––––, s. Benjamin and Elizabeth (Hutchins of Marblehead), fever, Feb. 22, 1805, a. 18 m. CR4

Benjamin, blacksmith, h. ––––– (Hitchins of Marblehead), suddenly, July 19, 1805, a. 37 y. CR4

Benjamin, of the ship Adeline, Allen master, s. Banjamin, deceased and Elizabeth (Hitchins), at Havana, Cuba, fever, received news, July 26, 1809, a. 19 y. CR4

–––––, Issue of Feb. 22, 1811. NR9

Mary, wid., lung fever, Jan. 18, 1818, a. 75 y.

–––––, ch. –––––, spasms, at the workhouse, Dec. 1, 1821, a. 1 d.

C.E., ––– ––, 1826. tomb. GR8

George, convulsions, at the almshouse, Feb. 13, 1829, a. 3 y.

Nehemiah, Aug. 26, 1829, a. 47 y.

James, hectic, Nov. 6, 1831, a. 31 y. CR1

Benjamin Franklin, s. Thomas, a. 5 m. Issue of June 26, 1838. NR9

Susannah, wid. Nehemiah. Issue of Aug. 28, 1838. NR9

Benjamin, h. Elizabeth (Hitchens), reinterred abt. Aug. 16, 1843.

Elizabeth, w. Benjamin, lethargy, Aug. 16, 1843, a. 72 y.

Thomas F. [Henry Franklin. NR9], s. Thomas and Nancy, scarlet fever, Sept. 9, 1846, a. 4 y.

William, cordwainer, s. Thomas and Sarah, cancer, July 27, 1848, a. 76 y.

Ruth, wid. John, d. Stephen and Ruth Whittemore, dysentery, Oct. 7, 1848, a. 88 y.


HUTCHISON (Hutchinson)

Hannah, drowned, Oct. 11, 1778. PR475


HUTSON (Hudson)

John, several years under keeper of the jail, consumption, May 31, 1818, a. 66 y.


HYAM

Elizabeth [formery of Marblehead. NR9], typhus fever, Oct. 7, 1822, a. 16 y.


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