NEGROES

–––––, ch. belonging to Dea. Ephraim Spaulding, bur. Apr. 29, 1747. CR1

–––––, ch. belonging to Gershom Prockter, bur. Jan. 27, 1748. CR1

Venus, belonging to Ebenezer Bridge [throat distemper PR4], bur. Mar. 18, 1756. CR1 [d. Mar. 17. PR4]

–––––, ch. belonging to Samuell Adams, bur. May 15, 1758. CR1

–––––, ch. belonging to Samuell Adams, bur. Jan. 24, 1759. CR1

Titus, belonging to Wid. Rebecca Parker, very aged, bur. Aug. 7, 1761. CR1

–––––, ch. belonging to Joseph Pierce, bur. Dec. 21, 1761. CR1

Sharp, man belonging to Capt. John Butterfield, bur. Sept. 6, 1764. CR1 [d. Sept. 5. PR4]

–––––, ch. belonging to Benjamin Byham, bur. Feb. 6, 1766. CR1

Lois, formerly belonging to Capt. Jonathan Richardson, bur. June 13, 1768. CR1

–––––, ch. belonging to Benjamin Walker, bur. Feb. 23, 1770. CR1 [bur. Feb. 24. PR4]

–––––, ch. belonging to wid. Elizabeth Fletcher, bur. May 17, 1770. CR1

–––––, ch. belonging to William Cambell, bur. Aug. 19, 1770. CR1

–––––, ch. belonging to Col. Stoddard, bur. Nov. 23, 1773. CR1

–––––, woman belonging to Timothy Clark, bur. May 28, 1775. CR1

George, man belonging to Josiah Fletcher, bur. Oct. 14, 1775. CR1

Nick, man belonging to Eleazer Richardson, bur. Feb. 17, 1776. CR1

–––––, inf. ch. Rose, servant of wid. Margaret Stoddard, bur. Nov. 19, 1781. CR1

Chester, d. at Timothy Clark's, bur. at Dracut, Jan. 10, 1786. CR1 [d. Jan. 8. PR4]

Rose, servant of Madam Stoddard, bur. Mar. 19, 1787. CR1 [d. Mar. 18. PR4]

Dinah, servant of Andrew Fletcher, bur. Apr. 17, 1787. CR1

FOSTER, –––––, s. Cornwall, bur. May 28, 1790. CR1

FOSTER, –––––, ch. Cornwall, bur. Feb. 9, 1791. CR1

FOSTER, –––––, ch. Cornwall, bur. Feb. 11, 1791. CR1

FOSTER, –––––, ch. Cornwall, bur. Mar. 27, 1791. CR1

Affa, very industrious woman, bur. Sept. 28, 1801. CR1

NICHOLS, Miriam, mulatto, putrid fever, July 20, 1806, a. 50 y. CR1

FOSTER, Cornwell, consumption, Aug. 26, 1806, a. 28 y. CR1

FOSTER, Cornwell, Oct. 3, 1813, a. 75 y. CR1

ABBOT, Cato, formerly belonging to Dr. Abbot, Nov. 16, 1818, a. abt. 80 y. CR1

COBURN, Smith, Jan. 12, 1820, a. 80 y. CR1

COBURN, Nancy, d. Peggy, Jan. 18, 1820, a. 14 m. CR1

FOSTER, Catherine Grey, d. Cornwell, at Boston, Sept. 20, 1822, a. 41 y. CR1

PLANTIN, Grant, consumption, Feb. 7, 1824, a. 23 y. CR1

COLBURN, Margaret, consumption, Oct. 28, 1825, a. 42 y. CR1

REED, Phillis, Oct. 9, 1830, a. aby. 80 y. CR1


SURNAME MISSING

–––––, Mary, w. Thomas –––––, ––– 20, [1670 or 1671?].

–––––, Dec. 25, 1679.

–––––, –––––, ch. "at Nurse at John Davis, said to be ye Child of one Nanny Eliot," bur. Aug. 11, 1747. CR1

–––––, –––––, Irishman, in General Leach's employ, at iron factory, lockjaw, June 24, 1824. CR1

–––––, –––––, ch. "Man at the Factory," Feb. 10, 1825. CR1

–––––, –––––, laborer at Mr. Blood's mills, Sept. 25, 1828. CR1

–––––, –––––, young man killed by blasting rocks, Nov. 24, 1829, a. 18 y. CR1

–––––, –––––, two, chn., at Middlesex Village, Sept. ––, 1830. CR1

–––––, –––––, man at Leach's factory, Dec. ––, 1831. CR1

–––––, –––––, inf. ch. –––––, of Lynn, at the house of Mr. Lincoln, Dec. 9, 1840. CR3


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