Salem, Essex County, MA
Vital Records to 1850 Deaths (Brown Surname)

BROWN (see also Browne)
______, 1830. tomb. G. R. 8.
Abraham, shoemaker, s. Thomas and Margaret, tumor, June 12, 1845, a. 65 y.
Adelade, d. Henry, a. 3 1-2 y. Issue of July 29, 1834. N. R. 9.
Ammi, late of Ipswich, "Keeper of the Gaol," lumbar abcess, Oct.. 4, 1827, a. 51 y.
Anna, wid., a. 90 y. Issue of June 14, 1814. N. R. 9.
Anna R[ebecca. N. R. 9.], d. William and Rebecca, fits, Aug. 13, 1845, a. 13 y.
Augustus C[hoate. N. R. 9.], s. William, printer, croup, Apr. 8, 1842, a. 15 m.
Bartholomew, Nov. 10, 1805, a. 54 y. P. R. 34.
Bartholomew, Issue of Feb. 14, 1812. N. R. 9.
Benjamin, at Boston, a. 90 y. Issue of Feb. 14, 1763. N. R. 3.
Benjamin, drowned, Dec. 15, 1807, a. 35 y. C. R. 4. [a. 40 y. N. R. 9.].
Benjamin, accident at sea, July 6, 1810, a. 30 y. N. R. 9.
Benjamin, jr., on brig Henry, Capt. Whittridge, bound to New Orleans [Issue of Feb. 37. N. R. 9.], 1824, a. 32 y.
[Benjamin Cox. N. R. 9.], s. Albert G., lung fever, Mar. 31, 1840, a. 20 m.
Benjamin H[oward. N. R. 9.], s. Benjamin H. and Sarah F., infantile, Aug. 20, 1847, a. 10 d.
Betsey, w. John, a. 46 y. Issue of July 6, 1838. N. R. 9.
Bridget, of Boston, b. Boston, d. John and Bridget, at Boston, Jan, 24, 1848, a. 11 m.
Catharine, w. Edward, Feb. 10, 1831, a. 71 y. N. R. 9.
Catherine of Danvers, b. Danvers, d. Calvin and M., dysentery, at Danvers, Apr. 23, 1849, a. 47 1-2 y. G. R. 9.
Catherine P., d. George F., convulsions, June 30, 1842, a. 7 m.
Charles Allen, s. Charles Allen, of Boston, Oct. 10, 1838, a. 2 1-2 y. N. R. 9.
David, at Demerara, a. 22 y. Issue of Aug. 3, 1802. N. R. 9.
David, s. Capt. Joseph, 2d officer of the ship Two Brothers, Capt. Gilchrist, on board the ship at Canton. Issue of Mar. 16, 1821. N. R. 9.
Dorcas, w. Capt. William, consumption, Apr. 8, 1822, a. 36 y.
E. J., s. Samuel, phthisis pulmonalis, Dec. 11, 1824, a. 8 m.
Ebenezer P., typhus fever, Dec. 2, 1826, a. 24 y.
Edmund, fever, bur. at Marblehead, d. Aug. 9, 1823, a. 57 y.
Edward, Capt., drowned from on board the Swedish brig Abo, in the Gulf Stream, Dec. __, 1813, a. 30 y. Issue of Mar. 22, 1814. N. R. 9.
Edward, ______, 1831. tomb. G. R. 7.
Edward, s. Samuel, dropsy, Dec. 31, 1839, a. 13 y.
Edward, b. Wenham [sergeant in the American army during the Revolution. N. R. 9.], Carpenter, age, June 10, 1844, a. 88 y.
Edward O[sgood. N. R. 9.], s. Edward, dropsy, June 5, 1844, a. 14 m.
Eleazer, suddenly at wid. Cross', Feb. 11 1750. P. R. 17.
Eleazer P., Dec. 3, 1826, a. 24 y. N. R. 9.
Elisha Flint, s. Bartholomew, Sept. 28, 1795, a. 16 y. N. R. 9.
Eliza O[sgood. N. R. 9.], w. Edward, d. Dr. John Dalton, comsumption, Oct. 31, 1849, a. 26 y.
Elizabeth, d. Benjamin and Elizabeth, Oct. 7, 1789, a. 26 m. C. R. 4.
Elizabeth, d. Benjamin and Elizabeth, atrophia infantilis, Aug. 4, 1790, a. 4 m. C. R. 4.
Elizabeth, d. James, at the charity house, aged, Feb. 4, 1808, a. 73 y. C. R. 4.
Elizabeth, w. Nathaniel, d. Nathaniel and Rebecca Millet, consumption, May 4, 1846, a. 49 y.
Ephraim. ______, 1823. tomb. C. R. 8.
Ephraim, b. Ashby, baker, s. Daniel, palsy, Sept. 4, 1846, a. 61 y.
Esther, age, at the almshouse, Sept. 12, 1828, a. 83 y.
Eunice, age, Mar. 29, 1824, a. 84 y.
Francis Albert, only s. Francis and Ellen M., Dec. 16, 1843, a. 21 m., N. R. 9.
Francis A., s. Francis, fits, Dec. 16, 1843, a. 1 m.
Francis E[dward. N. R. 9.], s. George A. and Abigail, bowel complaint, Aug. 9, 1849, a. 8 m.
Frederick [a "foreigner." P. R. 34.], a. 30 y. Issue of May 20, 1800. N. R. 9.
George, s. Abraham, tabes, Aug. 16, 1825, a. 11 m.
George D., Capt., master of the brig Velocity, at Africa, Feb. 27, 1830, a. 35 y. Issue of May 14, 1830. N. R. 9.
George, seaman, on board the brig Susan, on his passage to Ponce, P. R. Issue of Apr. 7, 1843. N. R. 9.
George H[askell. N. R. 9.], s. twin, Adam and Melvina, cholera infantum, Aug. 14, 1848, a. 4 m.
George W., of Lowell, b. Lowell, s. Samuel S. and Julia E., lung fever, at Lowell, Oct. 16, 1847, a. 13 m.
Hannah, wid., phthisis pulmonalis, Mar. 7, 1824, a. 88 y.
Hannah, wid., a. 74 y. Issue of Nov. 26, 1834. N. R. 9.
Hannah, July 1, 1835, a. 71 y. N. R. 9.
Hannah (Brown), wid. Peletiah, consumption, Sept. 23, 1842, a. 72 y.
Henry, a foreigner, drowned by the sinking of the sloop Defiance, Capt. Porter, between Eagle Island and Bowditch's Ledge, Sept. 17, 1812, a. 26 y. N. R. 9.
Jacob, a. 75 y. Issue of Oct. 4, 1844. N. R. 9.
James "Dn. Williams's Father in Law," bur. Aug. 15, 1793. C. R. 11. [a. 56 y. N. R. 9.]
James, s. Joseph and Mary (Becket), at West Indies, fever, received news, Dec. 10, 1809, a. 19 y. C. R. 4.
James, 3d [s. Capt. James. N. R. 9.], consumption, Sept. 24, 1822, a. 29 y.
James, typhus fever, May 13, 1827, a. 68 y.
James, mate of a vessel, s. Capt. James at sea, "the captain of the vessel is indicted for Murder, because, according to the testimondy of the crew, this young man was kicked And otherwise abused while in a dying state," bur. Sept. 21, 1829. C. R. 11.
James M., Dec. 23, 1833, a. 23 y. G. R. 8.
James P., at Worcester, Aug. 28, 1839, in his 47th y. N. R. 9.
Jenney, formerly Jenney Duckety, old age, at the workhouse, July 14, 1821, a. 76 y.
Joanna, d. John, bilious fever, Aug. 15, 1839, a. 13 m.
John, carpenter, old age, Mar. 30, 1787, a. 83 y. C. R. 4.
John, a. Swede, at Capt. Moses Townsend's, consumption, Apr. 24, 1787, a. 18 y. C.R. 4.
John, a. 30 y. Issue of Aug. 21, 1801. N. R. 9.
John, on the wreck of the ship Margaret from Naples, wrecked May __, 1810, rec'd news, July 21, 1810. P. R. 82.
John [a revolutionary pensioner. N. R. 9.], intemperance, July 6, 1820, a. 69 y.
John, consumption, Apr. 15, 1823, a. 32 y.
John, a Revolutionary soldier, a. 82 y. Issue of Aug. 23, 1831. N. R. 9.
John, a Revolutionary pensioner, at the almshouse, a. 80 y. Issue of Dec. 26, 1834. N. R. 9.
John, a. 57 y. Issue of Oct. 4, 1842. N. R. 9.
John A., of Boston, b. Boston, s. Charles H., scarlet fever, at Boston, Dec. 6, 1840, a. 2 1-4 y.
John B[axter. N. R. 9.], jr., s. John B., bowel complaint, Sept. 16, 1843, a. 19 d.
John Bott, only s. Capt. Benjamin F., suddenly Dec. 25, 1835, a. 7 y. N. R. 9.
John C[leveland. N. R. 9.], s. Robert, scarlet fever, Jan. 7, 1841, a. 4 y.
John D., intemperance, May. 15, 1822, a. 41 y.
John H[oward. C. R. 11.], [s. Thomas. N. R. 9.], consumption, May 20, 1826, a. 26 y.
John Osgood, s. Capt. Nathaniel, a. 20 m. Issue of Oct. 4, 1836. N. R. 9.
John O[sgood. N. R. 9.], s. Nathaniel, throat distemper, Nov. 3, 1841, a. 20 m.
Jonathan, a. 86 y. Issue of Oct. 3, 1806. N. R. 9.
Jonathan, a. 21 y. Issue of June 25, 1816. N. R. 9.
Jonathan, s. Jonathan, wuinsy, May 1, 1828, a. 4 m.
Jonathan, an officer of the Revolution, a. 77 y. Issue of Sept. 4, 1832. N. R. 9.
Joseph. "old." Mar. 26, 1756. P. R. 57.
Joseph, a. 54 y. Issue of June 1, 1790. N. R. 9.
Joseph, a. 15 y. Issue of Jan. 9, 1821. N. R. 9.
Joseph, Dec. [25. N. R. 9.], 1822, a. 59 y.
Joseph, consumption, June 10, 1839, a. 23 y. N. R. 9.
Joseph B[arnard. N. R. 9.], s. Parker and Lydia W., inflammation of brain, Jan. 20, 1849, a. 7 y.
Lucy Ann, d. George A. and Abigail, consumption, Oct. 7, 1847, a. 13 m.
Lucy G., school teacher, d. Paul K. and Elizabeth, consumption, Dec. 13, 1849, a. 20 2-3 y.
Lucy O[sgood. N. R. 9.], d. Edward and Elvira O., scarlet fever, Mar. 3, 1849, a. 4 y.
Margaret, wid. Thomas, dropsy, Aug. 13 [11. G. R. 1.], 1818, a. 69 y. [a. 68 y. G.R. 1.]
Margaret, wid. James [William. C. R. 11.], age, Feb. 9, 1841, a. 94 y.
Margaret C., of Danvers, b. Danvers, w. Calvin, at Danvers, scarlet fever, Nov. 17, 1849, a. 39 y. G. R. 9.
Martha, w. Ephraim, jr., d. Abraham Wendell, inflammation of bowels, June 2, 1842, a. 39 y.
Martin, b. Ireland, laborer, dropsy, Oct. 24, 1845, a. 30 y.
Mary, w. John, Capt. Health-boat. Issue of Aug. 25, 1806. N. R. 9.
Mary (Parnel), wid. W., grandd. Mercy Welman, consumption, Oct. 17, 1814, a. 34 y. C. R. 4.
Mary [(Collins), wid. Dea. William, formerly w.______ Ornes. C. R. 4.], suddenly, while on a visit to Marblehead, Feb. 13, 1818, a. 77 y. 9 m. [a. 78 y. C. R. 4.].
Mary, w. Capt. Joseph, sudden, Sept. 13, 1822, a. 57 y.
Mary, wid. [Capt. Nathaniel. N. R. 9.], phthisis pulmonalis, Apr. 10, 1823, a. 50 y.
Mary, wid. James, jr. Phthisis pulmonalis, July 4, 1823. a. 30 y.
Mary, wid., bur. July 31, 1832, a. 55 y. N. R. 9.
Mary, a. 50 y. Issue of Dec. 21, 1838, N. R. 9.
Mary, d. Abram, Dec. 10, 1839. N. R. 9.
Mary E[lizabeth. N. R. 9.], d. George F., cholera morbus, May 26, 1842, a. 2 y.
Mary Jane, d. Henry, croup, Sept. 26, 1842, a. 3 y.
Mary Octavia, lung fever, Feb. 8, 1820, a. 3 y.
Mercy, w. William, apoplexy. July 11, 1785, a. 50 y. C. R. 4.
Nancy, d. [Samuel and Nancy (Twiss), P. R. 24.], of Danvers, niece of Mrs. Williams, Bur. Feb. 19, 1817, a. 16 y. C. R. 11.
Nancy, wid. Nathaniel, dropsy, May 7, 1818, a. 70 y. C. R. 4.
Nathan, Capt. [h. Rebecca. G. R. 1.], fever, at Martinico, Aug. 7, 1787, a. 45 y. C. R. 4.
Nathan, chief officer of ship Monk. At sea. Issue of May 21, 1811. N. R. 9.
Nathaniel, Capt. [s. Nathaniel] and ______(Meservey), h. Mary Pickering. C. R. 4.], of ship Recovery, on her voyage to [return home from. C. R. 4.] Batavia [fever. June 9. C. R. 4.], a. 34 y. Issue of Oct. 1, 1805. N. R. 9.
Nathaniel, s. Abraham, cabin boy of the brig Buck, Capt. Barr, wrecked on the coast of Sumatra, at Calcutta, July 18, 1827. Issue of Mar. 18, 1828. N. R. 9.
Octavia, d. Hervey, a. 3 y. Issue of Feb. 11, 1820. N. R. 9.
Oliver W., s. Ephraim, jr., consumption, Oct. 2, 1843. a. 16 m.
Ora W[illard. N. R. 9.], d. twin, Adam and Melvina, cholera infantum, Aug. 11, 1848, a. 4 m.
Pelatiah, June 10, 1835, a. 67 y. N. R. 9.
Peter, intemperance, Oct. 20, 1820, a. 55 y.
Philip, bur. Dec. 27, 1774. P. R. 655.
Polly, w. Ephraim, Mar. 21, 1816, a. 34 y. G. R. 8.
Rachel, w. John, pneumonia, Aug. 7, 1828, a. 77 y.
Rachel, wid. Ephraim, d. Robert Buffum, dropsy, Nov. 27, 1847, a. 62 y.
Rankin, at sea on board brig Coramandel [Issue of Mar. 15, N. R. 9.], 1822, a. 35 y.
Rebecca [wid. Capt. Nathan, and d. Capt. John White. N. R. 9.], consumption, May 13, 1823, a. 70 y.
Robert, skipper on board the sch. Joseph, from the bay of Chanleur. Issue of Nov. 2, 1819. N. R. 9.
Robert, Capt., on board barque Emerald in the Indian Ocean, Nov. 7, 1841, a. 32 y.
Samuel, Col., 16: 3 m : 1731. P. R. 5.
Samuel, chronic diarrhaea, Sept. 15, 1822, a. 52 y.
Samuel Newhall, s. William, convulsions, Sept. 26, 1822, a. 17 m.
Samuel, ______, 1831. tomb. G. R. 7.
Sarah, d. Bartholomew and Susanna (Maul), Mar. __, 1700. CT. R.
Sarah, w. Nathaniel, May 31, 1737, in her 37th y. G. R. 4.
Sarah, a. 22 y. Issue of Oct. 30, 1787. N. R. 8.
Sarah, d. Joseph and Mary (Becket), fever, Apr. 14, 1796, a. 10 y. C. R. 4.
Sarah (Masury), w. James, fever, Aug. 28, 1798, a. 37 y. C. R. 4.
Sarah, d. Jonathan and Sarah (Twisse), worms, Dec. 13, 1807, a. 13 y. C. R. 4.
Sarah, wid. Capt. Joseph, Mar. 1, 1834, a. 74 y. N. R. 9.
Sarah, wid. Jonathan, d. Jonathan and Elizabeth Twist, age, July 27, 1845, a. 88 y. [a. 83 y. N. R. 9.]
Sarah B., school teacher, d. Epes and Rebecca, consumption, Sept. 8, 1849, a. 20 y.
Sarah C., of Danvers, b. Danvers, d. Calvin and Margaret, scarlet fever, at Danvers, Dec. 15, 1849, a. 9 1-2 y. G. R. 9.
Sarah Louisa, only ch. Henry and Betsey L., Mar. 26, 1842, a. 10 d. N. R. 9.
Sarah M[atilda. N. R. 9.], d. Jonathan and Sarah, consumption, Sept. 1, 1848, a. 33 y.
Sarah R., d. Henry, croup, Apr. 22, 1841, a. 6 y.
Susan, d. Abraham, bowel complaint, Oct. 29, 1823, a. 4 m.
Susan, w. Henry, May 28, 1832, a. 24 y. N. R. 9.
Thomas, a. 36 y. Issue of July 11, 1809. N. R. 9.
Thomas, s. Thomas and Elizabeth, Feb. 17, 1817, a. 3 y. 8 m. 21 d. G. R. 8.
Thomas [formerly of Haverhill. N. R. 9.], Oct. 14, 1833, a. 69 y. G. R. 8.
Thomas, jr., 1st officer of the brig commissary, of Boston, drowned, off the River La Plata, on the voyage to Valparaiso, Feb. 5, 1845, a. 28 y. N. R. 9.
Thomas, Feb. 25, 1846, a. 73 y. N. R. 9.
Thomas, b. Hamilton, tailor, h. Eliza (Howard), consumption, Feb. 25, 1849, a. 73 y.
Thomas H., s. Abraham, at New Orleans, a. 23 y. Issue of Nov. 24, 1837. N. R. 9.
W. D., s. Jonathan, cholera infantum, Oct. 2, 1828, a. 1 y.
William, Esq., Jan 20, 1687, a. 79 y. G. R. 1.
William, s. Joseph and Mary (Becket), suddenly, Mar. 28, 1796, a. 6 m. C. R. 4.
William, unm., mariner [Capt. Of the ship Brutus, lost off Cape Cod, N. R. 9.], at Provincetown, Feb. 22, 1802, a. 32 y.
William (Billy, so called), s. ______ (Tozzer), at the charity house, dropsy, Dec. 19, 1810, a. 62 y. C. R. 4.
William, a. 18 y. Issue of Aug. 10, 1813. N. R.
William, jr., consumption, June 8, 1818, a. 30 y.
William [s. Capt. Joseph. N. R. 9.], Aug. 13, 1821, a. 22 y.
William, phthisis, ______, 1832. P. R. 651.
William, Capt., of the ship Nile, brain fever, Aug. 23, 1833. N. R. 9.
William Dean, s. Jonathan, jr., a. 11 m. Issue of Oct. 3, 1828. N. R. 9.
William H., s. William H., of Boston, consumption, bur. at Boston, July 12, 1840, a. 7 m.
William H., Capt., master of the brig Cecillia, of Boston, at the Isle of France, Jan. 15, 1845. N. R. 9.
William H[enry. N. R. 9.] s. Ephraim and Rachel, African fever, in Africa [at Rio Nunes. N. R. 9.], Sept. 21, 1848, a. 20 y.
William James, 1st officer of the schooner Fredonia, on the coast of Africa, Feb. __, 1829. Issue of Sept. 8, 1829. Issue of Sept. 8, 1829. N. R. 9.
______, wid., bur. Mar. __, 1760. C. R. 1.
______, ch. ______, bur. Oct. 17, 1782. C. R. 11.
______, ch. ______, bur. Apr. 12, 1791. C. R. 11.
______, Mrs., a. 42 y. Issue of July 23, 1805. N. R. 9.
______, ch. ______, bur. Nov. 7, 1805. P. R. 61.
______, w. John P., a. 24 y. Issue of Apr. 22, 1808. N. R. 9.
______, ch. Charles. Bur. July 12, 1810. P. R. 61.
______, ch. Samuel, bur. Sept. 3, 1810. P. R. 61.
______, Mrs. Issue of Sept. 21, 1810. N. R. 9.
______, ch. John. Bur. Dec. 30, 1810. P. R. 61.
______, ch. John, shoemaker. Issue of Jan. 1, 1811. N. R. 9.
______, ch. Abraham. Issue of Dec. 31, 1811. N. R. 9.
______, ch. Mrs., bur. Oct. 16, 1813. P. R. 61.
______, ch. Twin, stillborn, Rankin, Jan. 14, 1818.
______, ch. stillborn, Ammi, June 3, 1818.
______, d. Samuel, May 17, 1822, a. 6 w.
______, inf. d. Benjamin F., aptha infantum, Aug. 17, 1825.
______, s. Eppes, bur. Dec. 13, 1834, a. 5 m. C. R. 5.
______, ch. [d. N. R. 9.] Henry, bur. Sept. 8, 1838, a. 1 y. C. R. 5.
______, s. George, croup, Sept. 28, 1839, a. 2 m.
______, ch. George A., infantile, Aug. 30, 1840, a. 6 d.
______, ch. Capt. Edward, bur. May __, 1844. C. R. 5.


BROWNE (see also Brown)
Abigail, d. Samuel, Dec. __, 1776, a. 42 y. P. R. 83.
Abigail, wid. Capt. William, June 21, 1781, a. 70 y. G. R. 1.
Ann, d. ______, Sept. 17, 1738, a. 5 d. P. R. 8.
Benjamin, Esq., h. Mary, Dec. 7, 1708.
Benjamin, jr., Apr. 24, 1737, a. 21 y. P. R. 83.
Benjamin, s. Col. Benjamin, Dec. 29, 1749. P. R. 57.
Benjamin, Col., Feb. 3, [8 P. R. 57.], 1750, a. 44 y. P. R. 83.
Benjamin, s. W., ______, 1762. P. R. 83.
Benjamin, a. 75 y. Issue of Feb. 20, 1838. N. R. 9.
Benjamin F[rederick. N. R. 9.], s. [Capt. N. R. 9.], Benjamin [F. dup.], hydrocephalus Internus, Aug. 23, 1830, a. 3 y. [a. 3 1-2 y. N. R. 9.].
David, s. John, deceased, and Mary (Ashby), dropsy in the head, Nov. 26, 1810, a. 13 m. C. R. 4. [a. 2 y. 6 m.. G. R. 1.].
Elizabeth, d. Jonathan and Sarah (Twiss), fever, May 12, 1802, a. 21 y. C. R. 4.
Elizabeth, a. 35 y. Ussye if /aor, 19, 1831. N. R. 9.
Elizabeth [wid. Capt. Benjamin. N. R. 9.], age, Jan. 21, 1843, a. 80 y.
Francis, s. W., Oct. 30, 1756. P. R. 83.
Franklin, s. John. Issue of Aug. 22, 1815. N. R. 9.
George Ripley, s. George, of Boston, a. 15 m. Issue of Oct. 3, 1834. N. R. 9.
Hana, d. William, jr. and Hana, 30:4 m:1668. CT. R.
Hanna, d. Bartholomew and Susanna (Maul), Jan. 11, 1701-2.
Henry, s. James and Sarah, vomiting, Dec. 11, 1796, a. 5 m. C. R. 4.
James, s. William and Sara, 6 m:1659. CT. R.
James, s. James and Hanna (Bartholmew), 10 m:1670. CT. R.
James, s. Bartholomew and Susanna (Maul), [abt. Apr. 1701.], a. 7 w.
Joanna N., of Boston, b. Boston, d. George, at Boston, Jan. 12, 1843, a. 4 7-12 y.
John, s. John, jr. and Hanna (Hubberd), 21 :3 m :1659. CT. R.
John h. ______(Ashby), upon the wreck of the ship Margaret, received news, July 22, 1810, a. 27 y. C. R. 4.
John Bott, s. Benjamin F., Dec. 25, 1835 [July 20, 1841. C. R. 9.].
Joseph, Capt., June 2, 1831, a. 73 y. N. R. 9.
Katherine, d. Samuel and Catherine, Mar. 16, 1733, a. 2 m. P. R. 83.
Mary (Frost), wid. William, aged, Apr. 11, 1794, a. 80 y. C. R. 4. [a. 82 y. N. R. 9.]
Mary, w. Timothy, Nov. 3, 1806, a. 26y. G. R. 1.
Mary, w. John, Dec. 18, 1838, a. 50 y. G. R. 1.
Nathan, Capt., h. Rebecca, at Martinico, Aug. 7, 1787, a. 45 y. G. R. 1.
Nathaniel, May 5, 1778. P. R. 84.
Peeter, s. John, jr. and Hana, abt. June, 1664. CT. R.
Philip E., s. Jonathan, a. 3 m. Issue of Jan. 20, 1843. N. R. 9.
Phillipa, d. W., July 21, 1763, a. 14 y. P. R. 8.
Phoebe (Ganson), b. Danvers, w. William, formerly w. ______ Porter and ______ Carlton, consumption, Apr. 14, 1805, a. 63 y. C. R. 4.
Rebecca P., of Boston, w. Charles, d. John H. Andrews, deceased, Child birth, at Boston, Aug. 28, 1843, a. 28 y.
Samuell, s. John, jr. and Hana, 31 :10 m:1663. CT. R.
Samuel, s. Samuel, Nov. 14, 1734. P. R. 83.
Samuel, Nov. 26, 1742, a. 34 y. P. R. 83.
Samuel, s. William, Oct. 20, 1754. P. R. 83.
Sarah, d. W., Nov. 2, 1756. P. R. 83.
Sarah, d. Capt. Joseph and Mary (Becket), fever and dysentery, Oct. 12, 1801, a. 1 y. y m. C. R. 4.
Sarah (Cox), wid. Joseph, paralytic, Nov. 8, 1807, a. 80 y. C. R. 4. [a. 79 y. N.R. 9.]
Sarah J. [Sarah Irwin. N. R. 9.], d. Benjamin F., May 9, 1831 [a. 3 m. N. R. 9.].
Thomas, s. W[illiam. C. R. 1.]. Oct. 1, 1756, a. 14 y. P. R. 83.
Thomas, June 30, 1793, a. 46 y. G. R. 1.
Timothy, s. Timothy and Mary, Feb. 20, 1807, a. 4 m. 28 d. G. R. 1.
Timothy, Mar. 11, 1808, a. 30 y. G. R. 1.
William, s. William, jr., 24 :8 m.:1666. CT. R.
William, s. William, jr. and Hana, 18:7 m:1671. CT. R.
William, July 31, 1745. P. R. 37.
William, Hon., July 12, 1753, a. 74 y. G. R. 1.
William, s. John, June 2, 1755, a. 45 y. P. R. 83.
William, Hon., Esq., suddenly, Apr. 27, 1763, a. 54 y. P. R. 83.
William, ______, 1801. G. R. 1.
William. Commander of ship Brutus, sailed Feb. 21, 1802, wrecked on Cape Cod, Feb. 22, 1802. G. R. 8.
William, Dea., lethargy, Sept. 3, 1812, a. 79 y. C. R. 4.
William J., mate of schr. Fredonia, at sea, ______, 1829, a. 26 y.
______, d. Benjamin, Esq. And Mary, Aug. 6, 1700.
______, w. W., consumption, Aug. 1, 1745, a. 22 y. P. R. 83.

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