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Vital Record of Rhode Island. 

1636=18^0. 

KIRST SERIES. 

BIRTHS, MARKIAGES AND DEATHS. 



A Family Register for the People. 



By James N. Arnold, 

Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register, 



** Is Nly Name Written in ttie Boole of Life?" 



VOL. XXI. 

Rhode Island American: 
Deaths C to S. 

1912 



Published under the auspices of the General Assembly. 
Published June 15, 1912. 



PROVIDENCE, K. I.: 

NARRAGANSETT HISTORICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

1912. 



COPYRIGHTED IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS 
AT WASHINGTON, D. C. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The Compiler presents with this volume the twenty-first of the 
series, which he thinks is fully as interesting as any of those that 
have preceded it. The matter herein presented deals only with the 
deaths taken from the issues of the Rhode Island American, con- 
tinued from last volume from B to the end of the letter S. 

Again we are thankful to the General Assembly for their pub- 
lic courtesy towards us in this publication. 

We have before expressed our appreciation and thankfulness 
to our friends who have spoken ' kindly of our work and again we 
repeat that it gives us renewed strength and energy to continue in 
the line of historical investigation to which we have devoted the 
best part of our life. Our prayer is, may we continue to merit this 
confidence and good will. 

In reading our notes the reader will please bear in mind tliat if 
the Death is preceded by the name of the paper it means that the 
death is announced in that issue as having taken place previously, 
but if the item does not carry this " American of " before it, it 
means that the date given is the date of death. 

We close by fondly trusting that our readers will find their 
usual pleasure in perusing this, our latest volume. 



CONTENTS. 



DEATHS. 

Rhode Island American: Letters C to S. 



INDEX. 



Abadellina, Brig, 424. 
Abbottsford, Eng., 539. 
Abdemen, 330. 
Abelard, 22. 

Abercrombie, 196, 480, 495. 
Abedeen, Scot, 435, 523. 
Aberysturch, 103. 
Abington, Ct., 304, 323. 
Abington, Mass., 94, 325. 
Abington Society, Ct., 367 
Abscess, 32. 
Abscess Lumber, 356. 
Academy, 84, 281, 413, 558. 
Academy, Amiierst, 212, 
Academy, Member of French, 

121. 
Academy, Military, 95, 145. 
Academy of Science, 338. 
Academy, Pawtuxet Union, 178. 
Academy, U. S. Military, 238. 
Accident, 422. 
Accomach, Va., 138. 
Accountant, 202, 342, 556. 
Acid, Prussic, 205. 
Acland, 478. 
A era, 126, 127, 146. 
Act, Stamp, 238. 
Actini; American Consul, 214. 
Acting 'Governor of Mass., 351. 
Acting Surgeon, 327. 
Actor, 197, 361. 
Actress, 155, 176, 315, 465. 
Adair Co., Ky,, 36. 
Adams, 80, 104, 219, 347. 
Adams, Mass., 28, 382, 384. 
Addison, Vt., 600. 
Adie, 136. 

Adjutant General, 228. 
Admiral, 257, 425, 435, 600. 
Admiral, British, 93. 



Admiral Keppal, 53. 
Admiral, Port, 24. 
Admiral, Rear, 133, 257. 
Admiral, Rear, of the Blue, 354. 
Admiral, Rear, of the White, 24. 
Admiral, Vice, 79, 257, 271. 
Admiral of the Fleet, 530. 
Admiral of the Red, 2S7, 271. 
Admiral of the Red, Vice, 118. 
Admiral of the White, 130, 142, 

184, 603. 
Admiralty, Secretary of, 88. 
Advertiser, Boston Daily, 362. 
Advertiser, Mercantile, 89. 
Advertiser, Louisiana, 531. 
Advice, S. C, 455. 
Advocate, Judge, 237. 
Adze, 259. 
Aeronaut, 225, 530. 
Affairs, Charge de, 44, 75. 
Affray, 120, 333. 
Africa, 83, 107, 188, 214, 405, 

442. 
Africa, Coast of, loi, 104, 126, 

146, IS3, 197, 246, 266, 306, 

340, 370, 503, 579. 
African Church, 312. 
African Baptist Church, 452. 
African Professorship, 564. 
African Traveller, 448. 
Africans, 288. 
Agent, 23, lOS, 145, 311, 450, 

544. 598 
Agent, Consular, 189. 
Agent, Indian, 249. 
Agent, United States, 490, 516. 
Agency, Cherokee, 397. 
Agency, Creek, 249. 
Agricultural Bank, 204. 
Agriculturist, 537. 
Au;riculture, Board of, 360. 
Aide de Camp, 551, 579. 



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INDEX 



Aides, 388. 

Ainsford, Eng., 326. 

Ainsworth, 34 

Alabama, 87, 98, 149, 323, 480. 

Alabama, District of, 356. 

Alabama, Gov. of, 473. 

Alabama, Revenue cutter, 340. 

Alabama Territory, 100. 

Albany, N. Y., 25, 73, 107, I2£, 
132, 184, 196, 208, 229, 231, 
233, 264, 280, 301, 336, 361, 
423, 425, 489, 496, 50s, 525, 
526. 559, 565. 57'. 578. 580. 

Albany, N. Y., Argus, 25. 

Albemarle, Va., 24, 203. 

Albertson, 52. 

Albion, Ship, 162, 175 

Albion Village, 107. 

Alhuesa, Battle of, 376. 

Alderman, 89, 272, 574. 

Aldricb, 161, 293, 451, 547. 

Alert, U. S. Ship, 594. 

Alexander, Emperor, 556. 

Alexander, Ship, 594. 

Alexandria, Ark., 224. 

Alexandria, Dist. of, 557. 

Alexandria, D. C, 150, 166, 258, 
318, 331, 383, 448, 460, 525, 

542, 577- 
Alexandria, Egypt, 450, 451. 
Alexandria, La., 81, 286, 514. 
Alexandria, Va., 86, 122, 131, 

483- 
Alfred, Me., 451. 
Algiers, 564. 
Alicant, Spain, 408. 
All, 442. 

Allen, 74, 188, 276, 316, 525. 
Allenton, Fla., 426. 
Allenstown, N. H., 158. 
Alliance, Frigate, 188, 
Alliance, Ship, 52. 
Allied Armies, 121. 
Allies, The, 168. 
Alligator, U. S. Schooner, 396. 
Allighany, The, 397. 
Almshouse, 86, 93, 124, 136, 181, 

193, 203, 229, 269, 396, 398, 

412, 468, 562, 603. 
Almy, 511. 



Aloft, 60. 
Alsace, Fr., 155. 
Alstead N, H., 152. 
Altar, 274. 

Alvarado, Mex., 403, 570. 
Amanda, Schooner, 231 
Amazon, Ship, 215, 466. 
Ambassador, Austrian, 397. 
Ambassador, French, 120. 
Ambassador, Neapolitan, 120. 
Ambassador, Russian, 204. 
Amelia Island, Ga., 347. 
America, 25, 89, 150, 157, 167, 

242, 263, 338, 367. 379. 393. 

407, 476, 503. 507. 530 
America, Brig, 352. 
America, Northwest Court of, 

335- 
American Bible Society, 23, 85, 

122. 
American Board, 78, 151. 
American, Bunyan, 407. 
American Camp, 124. 
American Citizen, 46. 
American Consul, 169, 266, 396, 

403. S9I- 
American Acting Consul, 214. 
American Eagle, 19. 
American Editor, 151. 
American Frigate, 335 
American Missionary, 68, 412, 

428, 451, 479. 
American Museum, 540. 
American Philosophical Society, 

'47- 
American Prisoners, 223. 
American Roscius, 569 
Ames, 21. 

Amesbury, Mass., 38. 
Amhurst, 196, 498. 
Amhurst Academy, 212. 
Amhurst Court, 24 
Amhurst College, 232, 309. 
Amhurst Mass., 100, 139, 212, 

409. 423- 
Amhurst, N. H,, 98, lOi. 
Amhurst, N. Y., 487. 
Amputation, 160, 286. 
Amsterdam, Holland, 21, 48, 89, 

171. 



INDEX 



VII 



Amsterdam, N. Y., 59. 
Analectick Magazine, 533. 
Anatomy, 481, 494. 
Anatomy, Prof, of, loi, 102. 
Ancient Language, 574. 
Ancle, 154. 
Anderson. 523. 
Andover, Mass., 90, 332, 442, 

447,453.471.479. 5". 603. 
Andover, N. Y., 436. 
Andre, 452. 

Andromoche, Brit. Frigate, 433. 
Angelica, N. Y., 80. 
Angell, 154. 
Angina Pectoris, 371. 
Angenora, Brig, 50. 
Ann, Hrig, 78, 156, 381. 
Ann, Ship, 54, 82, 121, 227, 443, 

521. 

Ann ,uid Hope, Schooner, 437. 
Ann Street, N. Y., 5 to. 
Annapolis, Md., 102, 190, 475, 

542. 
Annapolis, Royal, 502. 
Anu, Arundel Co., Md., 272. 
Anne, Queen, 263. 
Anson, Me., 523. 
Anthony, 36, 214. 
Anti Masonic. 4ro. 
Antigua, 327. 349, 367, 494, 556. 
Anvil, 339, 463. 

Appollo, Schooner, 232,358,432. 
Appalachicolia, W. Fla., 128. 
Appeal, Court of, 429. 
Apponaug, R. I., 74, 80, 176, 

221, 243, 504. 
Apprentice, 2!2, 223, 225, 263, 

514. 524, 594. 
Aquetaine, Gr. Prior of, 120. 
Aquochanock, N. ]., 177. 
Arab, Ship, 540. 
Arabic, 604. 
Archar, 91. 

Archbishop, 98, 377, 423, 465. 
Arch Chancellor, 24. 
Arch Deacon, 336. 
Arch Duke Palatine, 258. 
Architect. 338. 
Argenteuil, Can., 217. 
Argo, Ship, 596. 



Argus, Albany, N. Y.. 25. 
Arkansas, 282, 302, 345, 346, 354, 

443, 543. 573- 
Arkansas River, 346, 367. 
Arkansas Territ ry, 72, 367. 
Arkwright, R. I., 54, 71, 121, 

163, 235,295, 498, 504, 509. 
Armagh Co., Ire., 516. 
Armed Privateer, 300. 
Armies Allied, 121. 
Armory, Va., 133. 
Arms, 80 

Arms, King at, 291. 
Arms, Sergeant at, 133. 
Armstrong, 55. 
Army, British, 115, 138, 394. 
Army, Continental, 133, 453. 
Army, French, 287. 
Army, King's, 353, 491. 
Army, Northern, 335. 
Army, Revolution, 382. 
Army, Russi^in, 316. 
Army, United States, 23, 24, 59, 

69, 84. 94. 100, 103, 105, 124, 

133. 135. 145. 146. 150, 160, 
162, 165, 169, 181. 184, 191, 
230, 235, 237, 251, 278, 286, 
287, 289, 308, 317, 324, 327, 
362, 366, 370, 371, 391, 392, 
396, 405, 411, 412, 430, 450, 
466, 469, 480, 499, 500, 502, 
513, 5 [4, 526, 547, 591, 594. 
598. 607. 

Army, Western, 491. 

Arnold, 177, 207, 220, 274, 303, 

413, 474. 478. 
Arsenal, United States, 274. 
Arsenic, 436, 515. 
Arson, 54 
Artery, 217. 
Artery, Femoral, 258. 
Articles Revolutionary, 176. 
Artillery, 299, 352, 475, 5 [4, 604. 
Artillery, Company of, i6t. 
Artillery, Corps of, 293, 353, 440, 

468, 
Artillery, French, 543. 
Artillery, Officer of, 71. 
Artillery, .Service, 401. 
Artillery, U. S., 132, 374, 522. 



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INDEX 



Artillery, U. S. i8th, 488. 

Artillery, U. S. Regiment of, 
Light, 297. 

Artillery, U. S. Fourth, 411. 

Artist, 37, 153, '81, 413. 4'5. 
452, 588. 

Artist, Scenic, 82. 

Arts and Science, 157. 

Ashburnham, Mf.ss., 95, 313. 

Ashley, Mass., 456. 

Ashfield, Mass., 480. 

Ashford, Ct., 54, 77, 139, 251, 
280, 3r6, 320, 367, 385, 448, 
477. 497, 507. 526, 534> 537. 
599 

Ashuelot, N. H., 88. 

Asia, Ship, 72, 227, 293, 316, 
394. 412, 509, 563, 568. 

Assassin, 168. 

Assassinated, 193. 

Assault, 34. 

Assembly, 5S9. 

Assembly, General, 313, 434. 

Assembly, House of, 260. 

Assembly, Connecticut, 342. 

Assembly, Massachusetts, 456, 
470, 479, 566. 

Assembly, Member of, Massa- 
chusetts. 282. 

Assembly, Member of New 
Hampshire, 165, 204. 

Assembly of Ohio, 290. 

Assembly of Texas, 124. 

Assembly of Virginia, 27, 46. 

Assistant Cashier, 278. 

Assistant Paymaster, 590. 

Assistant Surgeon, 114,281,292. 

Associate Judge, 223. 

Associate Justice, 94, 181, 357, 

573- 
A ssociate Justice Superior Court, 

• 63. 
Associate Justice United States, 

38. 
Associate Minister, 27. 
Associate Pastor, 295. 
Assonet, Mass., 437, 600. 
Asthma, 232. 
Aston Sanford, Eng., 539. 
Astria, Schooner, 89, 109, 326, 

334- 



Astronomer, 258, 472. 

Asylum, 37, 112, 129, 138, 177, 

178, 259, 268. 341, 353. 396, 

417, 427.443. 518, S52, 568, 

593- 
Asylum. Dexter, 52, 188. 

Asylum, Insane, 183. 

Asylum, Newport, 22, 84, 189, 
191. 

Asylum, New York, 145. 

Athens, Ala., 539. 

Athens, Greece, 435. 

Athens, N. Y., 116, 566. 

Athens, Vt.. 39. 321. 

Athlete, 543 

Athletic Society, 531. 

Athol, Mass., 150, 211, 350, 490, 
596. 

Atkinson, Ark., 160. 

Atlantic, O., 327. 

Atlas, Ship, 364, 429. 

Attakapas, La., 164. 

Attleboro, Mass., 28, 29, 30, 38, 
45, 51, 60, 76, 83, 92, 96, 97, 
100, 108, 109, 114, 129, 141, 
146, 151, 154, 158, 161, 167, 
176, 179, 180, 182, 198, 210, 
225, 237, 246, 247, 248, 251, 
253, 262, 269, 270, 289, 294, 

29s. 307. 321. 334. 345. 35°. 

35 r, 367, 380, 382, 388, 389, 

408. 412, 413. 415, 450, 458, 

467, 488, 499, 500, 501, 510, 

516, 517, 518, 522, 531, 533, 

541, 546, 560, 568, 575. 5^0, 
587. 597. 599. 604, 605. 
Attorney at Law, 23, 24, 32, 43, 

58, 62, 80, 85, 97, 100. 107, 

114, 117, 126, 131, 132, 144, 

151, 152, 167, 182, 184, 203, 

208, 221, 227, 228, 257, 258, 

262, 273, 283, 292, 294, 312, 

329. 343. 346, 352, 363. 367. 
369. 375. 388, 389. 391. 392, 

417. 434. 449. 490, 493. 5i9. 

520, 533, 537, 541, 543. 545, 

565. 569. 573, 579, 582, 584. 

600, 602. 604. 
Attorney General, 237. 
Attorney General of N. J., 381. 



INDEX 



IX 



Attorney General of U. S., 343, 

351. ^ 
Attorney, U. S. District, 206. 
Auburn, 498. 
Auburn, Ga., 129. 
Auburn, N. Y., 64, loi, 265, 522. 
Auchmuty, 255. 
Auctioneer, 193, 537. 
Auditor, First, 155. 
Auditor, Treasury, 1 16. 
Auerstadt, Duke of, 107. 
Augusta, Ga., 68, 208, 222, 248, 

2S7. 259. 313. 372, 400. 431. 

527. 555- 
Augusta, Me., 352. 
Augusta, N. Y., 486, 551. 
Augusta, U. S. Schooner, loi. 
Austria, 120, 338. 
Austrian Ambassador, 397. 
Austria, Emperor of, 258. 
Austrian Envoy, 119. 
Austrian General, 118. 
Aury, 297. 
Author, 34, 131, 160, 196, 349, 

3S8, 37>. 450, 477, S30, 561. 
Author, Botanical, 146. 
Author, English, 150, 267, 591. 
Author Revolutionary Articles, 

176. 
Author, Scotch, 395. 
Authoress, 233. 
Authoress, French, 119. 
Autenga Co., Ala., 388. 
Aux Cayes, 189, 
Awashunk, Queen, 280. 
Axe, 347, 420. 
Axe Factory, 288. 
Azores, 96. 



B 



Babcock, 212, 376, 587. 
Baber, 407. 
Bachelor, 424, 595. 
Bachelors, 129. 
Backen, Ky., 562. 
Baden, Gr., Duke of, 46. 
Bohair, 75. 



Bailey, 436, 478. 

Bainbridge, 193. 

Baker, 114, 264, 416, 442. 

Baker (trade), 512. 

Ballet Master, 331. 

Ballington, Eng., 298. 

Balloon, 240, 530. 

Ballston Springs, N. Y., 364. 

Baloxi, Bay of, 332. 

Baltic, Brig, 84, 212, 310. 

Baltic, Schooner, 186. 

Baltimore Co., Md., 145, 280, 

355. 593 

Baltimore, District of, 392. 

Baltimore, Md., 31, 33, 41, 44, 

48,49, 52,58,77.83,98, 134, 

142, 145, 148, 163, 17s, 181, 

t88, 189 191, 192, 202, 210, 

229, 232, 233, 235, 238, 239, 

246, 247, 254, 261, 262, 271, 

274. 275, 279, 285, 293, 29s, 

326, 333, 34'- 34.3, 344, 349, 

354. 355- 368, 370. 377. 386, 

392, 394, 402, 409, 415, 419, 

422, 423, 429, 430, 431, 436, 

439, 469. 471. 477, 488, 489, 
490,492,494, 513, 520, 542, 
551, 554,561, 580, 588, 591, 
593, 600, 602. 

Baltimore, Md., Bar, 422. 

Baltimore, Md., Journal, 202. 

Bombay, India, 428. 

Bandits, 289. 

Baneburg, Ger., 267. 

Bangor, Me., 32, 141, 264, 349, 
359, 422, 572. 574, 596. 

Bank, 107, 145. 

Banker, 81. ri5, 150, 153, 189, 
199, 278, 400, 590. 

Banker, Boston, 221. 

Banker, Jewish, 400. 

Bank, Agricultural, 204. 

Bank, Commercial, 336. 

Bank, Eagle, 240. 

Bank, Essex, 441. 

Bank, Exchange, 298. 

Bank, French, 410. 

Bank Hill, 161, 170, 453. 

Bank, Landholders, 124. 

Bank, Lime Rock, 250. 



INDEX 



Bank, Mechanics, 284. 

Bank, Nantucket, 166. 

Bank, New England Commer- 
mercial, i (2. 

Bank, Newport. 63. 

Bank, Norwich, Ct., 465. 

Bank, Pennsylvania Township, 
404. 

Bank, Phenix, 330. 

Bank, President, 213. 

Bank, Rhode Island, 471. 

Bank, State, 108, 318. 

Bank, Union, 355. 

Bank, United States, 278, 428. 

Bank, United States Branch, 60, 
96, 277. 

Bank, Warren, R. I., 48. 

Bank, Washington, 434, 467. 

Banner, The Star Spangled, 322. 

Banquet, 590. 

Baptist, 318,332. 

Baptist Church, 136, 180, 187, 
214, 254, 304, 312, 318, 323, 
390, 404, 425, 438, 460, 462, 
476,497, 499, 521, 524, 541, 
563. 583. 587. 591. 604, 60s. 

Baptist Church, African, 452. 

Baptist Church, First, Boston, 

57- 

Baptist Church, First, Philadel- 
phia, 267. 

Baptist Church, First, Provi- 
icience, 106, 116, 184, 469. 

Baptist Church, Second, Mill- 
bury, 44. 

Baptist Church, First, Newport, 
68. 

Baptist Church, Second, New- 
port, 183, 240, 315. 

Baptist Church, F'ree Will, 211. 

Baptist Church, Member of, 68. 

Baptist Church, Seekonk, 262. 

Baptist Church, Seventh Day, 
218. 

Baptist Meeting House, 328. 

Baptist Minister, 158, 217, 557. 

Baptist Mission, 528. 

Baptist Missionary, 559. 

Baptist Theological Seminary, 
528. 



Bar Hamshiel, 56. 
Baracoa, W. I" 355. 
Barbadoes, 195. 
Barbadoes, Isles of, 206, 346. 
Barbary Powers, 439. 
Barber, 554. 
Bard, Boston, 62. 
Bard, Irish, 440. 
Barge, Cleopatra, 91. 
Barker, 536, 565. 
Barlow, 203, 489, £07. 
Barnet, Vt , 198. 
Barnes, 225, 458. 
Barney, 151, 403. 
Barnstable Co., Mass., 106. 
Barnstable, Mass., 40, 88, 89, 181, 
219, 220, 232, 263, 270, 319, 

358> 361, 379, 432, 464. 476. 

Barnstead, N. H., 477. 

Barnwell C. H., S. C, 99. 

Barnwell Dist., S. C, 189, 247, 
442. 

Baron Ellenborough, 338. 

Baron, Ireland, Second of, 133. 

Baron, Lord Chief, 132. 

Baron, Senior, 286. 

Baronet, 22, 71. 

Barre, Mass., 236, 245, 460, 486. 

Barre, N. Y., 360. 

Barrington, N. Y., 53. 

Barrington, R. I., 27, 44, 64, 6$, 
130, 176, 200, 228, 254, 276, 
288, 296, 321, 326, 380, 381, 
387, 457, 458, 482, 497, 563, 

5 '2, 530, S53. 554. 555. 564, 

565, 566, 568, 570, 587. 
Barracks, Carlile, 199. 
Barton, 209. 
Barton, Vt., 323. 
Basin, The Cove, 79. 
Basque Road, 198. 
Bassent, 158. 
Batavia, 48, 72, 535, 568. 
Batavia, E. I., 14S, 170, 186. 
Batavia, N. Y., 145, 597. 
Bath, Eng., 84, 193, £96, 283, 

43r,45o, 502, 591. 
Bath, Me., 107, id, 148, 318,450, 

469, 470, 551, 560, 595. 
Bath, N. Y., 128, 201, 297. 



INDEX 



XI 



Bath, N. C, 282, m. 

Bath, N. H., 28. 

Bath, Order of the, 93. 

Baton Rouge, La., 60, 105, 306, 

339. 37«. 395. S2i, S5i- 
Batt, 147. 

Battersea Fields, Eng,, 58. 
Battery, English, 236. 
Battey, 93, i;9, 340, 357. S90. 
Battle, Naval, 142. 
Battle of Albuera, 376. 
Battle of Brandywine, 23, 34. 
Battle of Butts Hill, 160. 
Battle of CoUoden, 210. 
Battle of Eutaw Springs, 34. 
Battle of Fontenoy, 53, 122. 
Battle of Germantow.i, 23, 34. 
Battle of Hobkirk Hill, 34. 
Battle of Lake Champlain, 183. 
Battle of Monmouth, 23, 168. 
Battle of New Orleans, 287. 
Battle of North Point, JT. 
Battle of Rhode Island, 65, 160, 

484. 
Battle of Trenton, 23, 168. 
Battle of Valentina, 225. 
Batsford, 318. 
Bavaria, 267, 302. 
Bavaria, E. I., 178. 
Bay, 134. 

Bay of Boloxi, 332. 
B^y of Belfast, 84. 
Bay of Fortune, 49. 
Bay of New York, 320 
Bay of St. Louis, 144, 211, 465, 

514, 580. 
Bay, The, 275, 277, 280. 
Bayonet, 494. 
Bayou Barberey, La., 54 1 . 
Bazar, Cox's, 68. 
Beach Island, Ga., 128. 
Beacon, 363. 
Bear, 502, 565. 
Bearstall, 192. 
Beauchamp, 545. 
Beaufort, N. C, 489. 
Beaufort, S. C, 61, 79, 233, 274, 

388, 408, 520. 
Beauharnais, 348. 
Beaver, Brig, 233, 461. 



Beaver Tail Light, 553. 

Bedford, Mass., 293, 589. 

Bedford, N. H., 441. 

Bedford, N. Y., 210. 

Bedford, Va., 499. 

Bedfordshire, Eng., 543. 

Bedford Springs, 310. 

Bee, 174, 293, 298. 

Bee Martin, 576. 

Beer, 53, 339. 

Benedict, 1 16, 303. 

Befort, Fr., 343. 

Beheaded, 25. 

Belchor, Mass., 583. 

Belchertown, Mass., 135, 366, 

47U, 555- 
Belfast Hay, 84. 
Belfast, Ire., 281 392. 
Belfast, Me., 84, 136, 342, 393, 

606. 
Belle, 69. 

Belle Air, Md., 105. 
Belle Isle, Straits of, 186. 
Belief ont. Pa., 349. 
Bellena, Ship, 97. 
Belleville, Mass., 536. 
Bellingham, Mass., 100, iii, 176, 

497. 602. 
Bell Ringer, 87. 
Belmont, Md„ 237. 
Belmont, O., 166. 
Belpre, O., 98, 245, 491. 
Bengal, 68, 327, 491. 
Bengal, Gov. Gen. of, 246. 
Benigsen, 316. 
Bennington, Vt , 133, 195, 246, 

517,518, 588 
Benton, N. Y., 88. 
Berkeley, Mass., 173, 177, 247, 

313. 550. 
Berkshire Co., Mass., 342. 
Berkshire Medical Institute, 56. 
Berlin, Ct, 224, 243, 272, 307, 

352, 486, 559. 
Berlin, Ger., 204. 
Berlin, Mass., 31 1. 
Berlin, Prussia, 516. 
Birmington, Pa., 431. 
Bermuda, 98, 122, 185, 195, 331, 

347. 395- 



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INDEX 



Bernadotte, 57. 
Bertie, N. C, 108. 
Bertrand's Madonna, 123. 
Berwick, Me., 236, 520. 
Berwick, N. H., 306. 
Berwood, 458. 
Bessent, 481, 532. 
Besshire, 203. 
Bethany, W. Y., 126. 
Bethlehem, N. Y., 75. 
Bethlehem, Pa., 254, 315, 590. 
Beverly, Mass., 33, 93, 114, 205, 

295.361, 494- 
Bibb Co., Ga., 534. 
Bible Society, American, 23, 85, 

122 
Bible, I'ulpit, 447. 
Bible Society, Secretary of, 442. 
Biblical Scholar, 639. 
Biddeford, Me., lio. 
Bidder, 469. 
Biggam, 81. 
Bight, 333. 
Billiard Room, 402. 
Bingham, Ship, 412. 
Binghampton, N. Y., 594. 
Biographer, 251. 
Birching, 538. 
Bird (name), "]"]. 
Bird, 45, 472. 
Birdsall, 233. 

Birmingham, Eng., 375, 488. 
Bishop, 409, 450, 540. 
Bishop, Catholic, 143, 439. 
Bishop Fellri, 27. 
Bishop, Maryland, 51. 
Bishop, Methodist, 192. 
Bishop of New York, 71, 265, 

409, 490. 
Bishop of Salisbury, 162. 
Bishop of South Carolina, 112. 
Bixley, Eng., 171. 
Black, 284. 
Blackloek, 481. 
Blacksmith, 339, 463, 491. 
Blackstone, Mass., 256, 531. 
Blackstone Village, 222, 537. 
Blackstone's Commentaries, 49. 
Blackwell's Isle, N. Y.,36, 310. 
Blake, 182. 



Blakeley, Ala., 228, 540. 

Blanchard, 514. 

Blandensburg, Md., 273, 591, 

597- 
Blandensburg, D. C, 344. 
Blanding, 334, 502. 
Blanford, Mass., 504. 
Blast, 391. 
Blast, Killed by, 31. 
Blenheim Castle, 371. 
Blind, 73. 
Bliven, 410. 
Blizzard, 503. 
Block Island, r25, 232, 532, 548, 

583- 
Blodgett, 325. 
Blood-vessel, 75, 81. 
Bloomfield, O., 399. 
Bloomingdale, N. Y., 46, 512. 
Blucer, Prince, 119. 
Blue, Rear Admiral of the, 354. 
Bly, 179. 

Board, American, 78. 
Boarding-house, Sailors', 436, 

571- 

Boarding-school, 499. 

Boarding-school, Friends, 196. 

Board of Agriculture, 360. 

Board of Foreign Missions, Am., 
151. 

Boat, 26, 30, 41, 42, 45, 56, 63, 
71, 84, 91, 98, 113, 123, 139, 
149, 153, 185, 191, 229, 23s, 
261, 280, 281, 301, 368, 40s, 
417,429.471, SOS, S'6, 521, 
526, 533, S6i, 570. 592, 598. 

Boat, Canal, 231. 

Boat's crew, 140. 

Boat, Bunker Hill Pleasure, 148. 

Boatswain, 228. 

Bocco Tigris, Brig, 254. 

Bolathicks, 547. 

Boiler, 379, 409, 411, 415, 425, 
497, 520, 523, 548. 

Boiler, Explosion of, 36, 66, 84, 
122, 125, 128, 222, 234. 

Boliver, 385. 

Bolton, Ct., 600. 

Bolton, Eng., 89. 

Bombay, Ind., 232, 390. 



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XIII 



Bonaparte, 57, 171, 191, 277, 447, 

532. 

Bonesetter, 604. 

Bonillon, Prince de, 1 1 8. 

Bonne Homme Richard, Steam- 
er, 188. 

Bookbinder, JT. 

Bookbinder to the King. 328. 

Bookcase, 313 

Bookseller, 124, 142, 221, 309, 
464. 

Boom, 132. 

Boon, Ger., 538. 

Boone Island, 96. 

Bordeaux, Fr., 171, 421, 540. 

Bordentown, N. J., 194, 333. 

Boring Mill, 379. 

Bosanquet, 491. 

Boston, Mass.. 21, 24, 27, 28, 34 
36, 44, 45, 48, 55, 56, 57, 58 
59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 68, 72, 74, 
75. 76, 17, 79. 80, 81, 83, 87 
88, 89, 90, 92, 95, 96, 97, 98 
100, 103, 104, [05, 106, 107 
III, 113, I r6, ri7, 118, 124 
125, 128, 129, 131, 133, 135 

136. 137. 139. '40, 141. 142 

143, 144, 145, 146, 148, 150, 

i5[, 152, 153, 154, 155, 158; 

163, 164, 166, 167, 168, 170 

171, 172, 173, 175, 177. 178 

180, 182, 183, 185, 186, 187 

188, 193. 194. 195, 198, 201 

203, 206, 207, 209, 210, 211 

212, 213, 215, 216, 2t7, 220 

221, 222, 225, 227, 229, 230 

23'. 23s. 236, 240, 243, 244, 

24s. 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 

251, 254, 25s, 256, 261, 262 

263, 264, 265, 268, 269, 270 

271, 272, 273, 278, 279, 280, 

281, 282, 283, 284, 289, 290, 

291, 293, 294, 29s, 297, 298 

299. 300, 30 ', 302, 304, 306, 

311, 313, 314, 315, 3'6, 32O; 

321, 322, 325, 327, 329, 332 

334. 335, 336, 337. 339. 340; 

342, 343, 344.347,350, 351 

352. 358, 360, 361. 362, 363 

364, 365, 366, 367, 370, 371 



Boston, Mass., — Continued. 

378, 382, 387, 389, 390, 393, 

•396, 397, 399. 401, 404, 406. 

409, 412, 416, 419, 421, 424, 

426, 427, 429, 432, 436, 439, 

442, 444, 445, 447, 448, 449, 

450, 452, 453, 456, 457, 463, 

464, 465, 466, 467. 468, 469, 

470, 472, 473, 475, 478, 485, 

486, 489, 494, 497, 500, 501, 

505, 509, 510, 511, 515, 516, 

517, 519, 520, 52.2, 526, 528, 

530. 531. 534. 535. 536, 539, 
540, 54 1, 542. 543, 545, 547, 

550, 55'. 553, 556, 558, 559, 
560, 561, 562, 564, 566, 567, 

57''. 573. 574, 575, 576, 577, 
578, 582, 584, 585, 586, 587, 

588, 593. 595, 596. 597. 598, 

599. 601, 602, 603. 
Boston Banker, 221. 
Boston Bard, 62. 
Boston Flats, 153. 
Boston Gazette, 95, 442. 
Boston Harbor, 57, 66, 148, 236, 

261, 280, 392, 490, 574, 598. 
Boston Patriot and Chronicle, 

107. 
Boston, Ship, 307. 
Boston Tea Party, 253, 256, 352. 
Boston Theatre, 37. 
Bosworth, 91, 425. 
Botanical Writer, 146. 
Botany, 121. 
Botany, Prof, of, 87. 
Battle, 57. 
Bounty, 245. 
Bourbon, Conde, 118. 
Bourbon Co., Ky., 598. 
Bowdoin, Brig, 373, 391, 468, 558. 
Bowdom College, no. 
Bowdoinham Me., 216, 490. 
Bowen, 126, 406. 
Bowers, 303. 
Bowery Presbyterian Church, N. 

Y., 49. 
Bowery Theatre, N. Y., 331. 
Bowling Green, Ky., 393. 
Boxford, Mass., 453. 
Boxing, 547. 



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INDEX 



Boy, Ship, 296. 
Boyleston, Mass., 102. 
Boyne, Ship, 198. 
Bozrahville, Ct., 416. 
Braddock, 267, 393. 
Braddocks Field, 195. 
Bradford, 58, 67, 187. 
Bradford, Earl of, 440. 
Bradstreet, 495. 
Brain Fever, 234. 
Braintree, Mass., 267. 
Brancepeth Castle, Eng., 527. 
Branch, 570 

Branch Bank, U. S., 60, 96, 277. 
Brandenburg, Ky., 100. 
Branden, Vt., 316, 544. 
Brandywine, Pa., 299. 543. 
Brandywine, Battle of, 23, 34. 
Brandywine, U. S. Ship, 371 
Branford, Ct., 208, 297. 
Brainiards Bridge, N. Y., 529. 
Brant Rock, 45, 428, 474, 480. 
Brattleboro, Vt., 427, 470, 483. 
Brattleboro Reporter, 58. 
Brazier, 201. 
Brazil, 209. 
Brazil Banks, 528. 
Brazil, Court of, 521. 
Breakwater, 505. 
Brenton, 228, 417. 
Brethren, United, 183. 
Brewer, 533. 
Brewster, Mass., 56, 176. 
Bridge, 95, 519, 601. 
Bridge, Moses Brown, 360, 595. 
Bridge, The Stone, 134. 
Bridge, Vaughan's, 193. 
Bridgeport, Ct., 250, 482, 559. 
Bridgeport, Lord Viscount, 271. 
Bridgetown, N. J., 172. 
Bridgewater, Ct., 143. 
Bridgewater, Mass., 81, 85, 237, 

238,259,273, 291, 318, 325, 

342. 
Bridgewater, N. H., 103, 
Bridgewater, N. Y., 514. 
Brig, 123, 4(3. 
Brig Abadellmo, 424. 
Brig America, 352. 
Brig Ann, 78, 156, 381. 



Brig Angenora, 50. 

Brig Baltic, 84, 212, 310. 

Brig Beaver, 233, 461. 

Brig Bocco Tigras, 254. 

Brig Bowdoin, 373, 391, 468, 558, 

Brig Brothers, 255. 

Brig Brutus, 73, 185, 315, 549. 

Brig Busy, 60, 255. 

Brig Caroline Augusta, 79. 

Brig Catherine, 4f8. 

Brig Charles, 55, 419. 

Brig Charles and Ellen, 535. 

Brig Charlotte, 360. 

Brig Chatham, 309. 

Brig Cincinnati, 444. 

Brig Cincinnatus, 508. 

Brig Cobbossee, 68. 

Brig Commerce, 97. 

Brig Crawford, 269. 

Brig Curlew, 246, 340. 

Brig Danube, 170. 

Brig Decatur, 185, 296, 341. 

Brig Delma, 232. 

Brig Dick, 542. 

Brig Dover, 48, 186. 

Brig Edwina, 43, 63. 

Brig Effort, 371. 

Brig Eliza, 257. 

Brig Eliza Ann, 418. 

Brig Elizabeth, 355. 

Brig Emeline, 219. 

Brig Enterprize, U. S., 76, 82, 

146, 477. 
Brig Eunice, 21. 
Brig Fame, 97, 171, 300, 337, 

342. 
Brig Francis, 417, 360. 
Brig Fountain, 353. 
Brig Gen. Jackson, 287, 447. 
l^rig Globe, 97, 149. 
Brig Gov. Hopkins, 320, 521. 
Brig Gov. Pans, 465. 
Brig Grand Turk, 82, 123. 
Brig Havre, 468. 
Brig Hector, 183, 193. 
Brig Hercules, 523. 
Brig Hiram, 103, 536. 
Brig Hope, 404. 526. 
Brig Hunter, 509, 487. 
Brig If, 554. 



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XV 



Brig Independence, 122, 526. 

Brig Invincible, 548. 

Brig Ironsides, 266. 

Brig Joiin Decatur, 144, 155, 

311,429,589, 598. 
Brig Julia, 478. 
Brig Laurel, 257. 
Brig Leopard (Hermaphrodite), 

233- 
Brig Levant, 101. 
Brig Margaret, 469. 
Brig Marie, 127, 582. 
Brig Mary, 48, 162. 
Brig Mary Ann, 500. 
Brig Mary Eliza, 367. 
Brig Matilda, 65. 
Brig Miles Standish, 495. 
Brig Monitor, 115. 
Brig Mount Pleasant, 356. 
Brig Nancy, 536. 
Brig Nerens, 232, 252, 604. 
Brig New Packet, 335. 
Brig Nimrod, 457. 
Brig Olive Branch, 315. 
Brig Only Son, 446. 
Brig Ontario, U. S., 145. 
Brig Osozimto, 115. 
Brig Osprey, 535. 
Brig Paragon, 559. 
Brig Patriot, 80. 
Brig Pedlar, 223. 
Brig Pegasus, 309, 380. 
Brig Perseverance, 146. 
Brig Peter Ramsen, 346. 
Brig Phebe, 403. 
Brig Planet, 393. 
Brig Pocahontas, 145, 576. 
Brig Polly, 42 1 . 
Brig Pomona, 387. 
Brig President Manning, 463. 
Brig Prize, 230, 282. 
Brig Richard, 62, 153. 
Brig Rising Star, 219, 
Brig Robert Cochran, 207. 
Brig Russell, 378. 
Brig Sampson, 296. 
Brig Scion, 551. 
Brig Sea Island, 33. 
Brig Shibboleth, 208. 
Brig Samos, 94. 



Brig Spark, 105. 

Brig Spark, U. S., 92, 167, 327, 
425,491. 

Brig Success, 45, 428, 480. 

Brig Syphax, 605. 

Brig Traveler, 84. 

Brig Trident, 168, 394. 

Brig Triton, 470. 

Brig Two Brothers, 568. 

Brig Venus, 428. 

Brig Vixen, U. S., 18 [. 

Brig Vme, 544. 

Brig Volante, 535. 

Brig William, 170, 573. 

Brigade General, 380. 

Brigade, Smith's, 369 

Brigadier Isle, 463. 

Brighton, Eng , 245, 298. 

Brighton, Mass., 75, 112, 179, 
26f, 278. 

Brimfield, Mass., 352, 448, 467, 
487, 492. 

Bristol, Baptist Theological Sem- 
inary, Eng., 528. 

Bristol Co., Mass., 97. 

Bristol Co., R I., 282, 459. 

Bristol, Eng.. 91, 196, 232, 343, 
481, 506, 528. 

Bristol, Me., 288, 382, 468, 510. 

Bristol, N. Y., 205. 

Bristol, R. I., 25, 31, 37, 41, 42, 
50, S'. S3. 54. 62,63, 64, 65, 
66, 67, 72, 82, 86, 91, 103, 
104, 105, 107, 115, 121, 122, 
123, 127, 130, 131, 134, 138, 
140, 142, 143, 145, 146, 147, 
153, 161, 164, 170, 175, 177, 
194, 199, 200, 210, 212, 213, 
215, 216, 219, 224, 226, 227, 
228, 230, 235, 236, 237, 242, 
245, 246, 247, 254. 258, 265, 
268, 276, 281, 282, 287, 288, 
29s. 296, 301, 310, 312, 314, 
315, 321, 326, 332, 337, 339, 
341. 349. 352, 353, 355, 356, 
372, 373. 375. 376, 385. 386, 
388, 389. 390, 391, 392, 400, 
403, 404, 409, 413, 414, 418, 
419, 420, 421, 424, 431, 432, 
436, 443, 446, 455, 456, 459, 



XVI 



INDEX 



Bristol, R. I., — Continued. 

462, 476, 495. 498, 505. 506, 

510, sii> 5'2, 5'3. 520, 521, 

522, 523, 526, 527, 533, 536, 

546, 552, 553. 554. 556, 557. 

558, 561, 567, 568, 569, 571, 

573. 574. 579. 582, 583. 584. 

597. 607. 
Bristol Ferry, R. I.. 43, 49. 
Bristol Harbor, 318. 
Bristol Neck, 68. 
Bristol Observer, 143. 
British, 34, 49, 81, 175, 193, 247, 

364, 365, 499. 5'4- 
British Admiral, 93. 
British Army, 115, 138, 394. 
British Cambridge University, 

165. 
British Consul, 103, 198,408, 540. 
British Fleet, 474. 
British Frigate Andromache, 

433- 
British Frigate James, 23. 
British Governor, 174. 
British Militia, 441. 
British Minister, 298. 
British Navy, 257, 354, 435. 
British North America, 488. 
British Officer, 488. 
British Parliament, Member of, 

91. 
British Privy Council, 153. 
British Roscias, 189. 
British Service, 387, 393, 422. 
British Ship Cumberwell, 193. 
British Ship Perseverance, 54. 
British Ship of War Gueirriere, 

479> 502, 530, 563- 
British Ship Little Belt, 211, 244. 
British Sloop of War Reindeer, 

334. 23s. 374. 
British Squadron, 98. 
British Throne, 144. 
British Tragedian, 319. 
British Troops, 409. 
British Vessel, 478. 
Brettlebanks, 92. 
Broadalbin, N. Y., 25. 
Broadsword, 155. 
Broil, 450. 



Brookfield, Mass., 36, 40, 62, 89, 

170, 238, 257, 321, 397. 509. 

Sii. 
Brookfield, N. Y., 54. 
Brookline, Mass., 338, 426. 
Brooklyn, Ct., 21, 68, 99, 291, 

361, 390, 446, 492, 510, 537, 

541, 582. 
Brooklyn Heights, 358. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 46, 63, 92, 227, 

272, 314, 17^^ 437. 450, 500, 

507, 537. 593- 
Brooks, Me., 84. 
Broomstick, 124. 
Brotherton, 569. 
Brothers, Brig, 255. 
Brown, tg, 26, 29, 156, 161, 174, 

216, 236, 247, 384, 436, 500, 

541. 579- 

Brownell, 212. 

Brownville, 298, 604. 

Brown University, TT, 179, 277, 
409, 428, 486, 567, 568, 596. 

Brown University, Graduates of, 
27.30. 3'. 50, 61, 62, 74, 91, 
117, 126, 155, 163, 169, 170, 
218, 220, 237, 247, 255, 259, 
283, 292, 329, 347. 375. 380, 
399, 420, 423, 450, 489, 494, 
519, 520, 521, 555, 591, 604. 

Brown University, Member of, 

343. 376. 
Brown University, Member of 

Sophomore Class, 55. 
Broxburn, Eng., 313. 
Bruner, 337. 
Brunswick, 528. 
Brunswick Co., Vt., 535. 
Brunswick, Me., 128,235. 
Brunswick, Royal, 143, 155, 176, 

'97. 348. 387, 401, 464. 491- 
Brush Fire, 107. 
Brussells, 102, 133, 440. 
Brute, 346. 

Brutus, Brig, 73, 185, 315, 549. 
Brutus, N. Y., 435. 
Bryan Co., Ga., 604. 
Bryant, 299. 
Bucket, 163. 
Buck! in, 149. 



INDEX 



XVII 



Buckminster, 154, 169. 

Bucks Co., Eng., 539. 

Bucks Co., Pa., 124, 163, 408, 

523- 
Bucksfield, Me., 4U. 
Bucksport, Me., 189. 
Buenos Ayres, 119. 229. 
Buffalo, N. Y., 80, 205, 291, 360, 

369. 393.468, 481, 502, 530, 

S88. 
Bull, 155, 285. 

Bulletin, Saturday Evening, 19. 
Bullock, 383 
Bunker Hill, 96, 173, 198, 311, 

224, 266, 291, 308, 362, 419, 

426, 451, 468, 579, 588. 
Bunker Hill, Pleasure Boat, 57, 

66, 148, 280, 496, 574. 
Bunyan, 407, 447. 
Bunyan, the American, 407. 
Burdett, 81. 

Burgoyne, 196, 382,441,453468. 
Burgoyne, Surrender of, 173. 
Burgundy, Fr., 123. 
Burial Ground, 308, 390 
Burial Ground, The Tillinghast, 

139- 
Burial Ground, The West, 82. 
Burking, 75. 

Burlingame, 27, 207, 210. 
Burlington Co., N. J., 155. 
Burlington, N. J., 123, 171, 253, 

394, 425. 502, 519. 
Burlington, N. Y., 92. 
Burlington, Vt., 154, 253, 288. 
Burnally, Ire., 424 
Burning Steamboat, ill. 
Burr, 295, 463. 
Burrell, 94, 220, 269. 
Burrillville, R. I., 23, 68, 74, 76, 

79, 100, 169, 255, 285, 286, 

317, 36s, 415, 426, 437. 474. 

507, 508, 559, 562, 563, 566, 

568, 571, 578. 
Bushon, Lord, 149. 
Busy, Brig. 60, 255. 
Butcher, 87. 
Butler, 75. 

Butler Co , O., 284, 607. 
Butler's Wharf, 488. 



Butterworth, 537. 

Button, Gilt, 488. 

Butts Hill, 551. 

Butts Hill, Battle of, 160. 

Buxton, Me ,61. 

BuxtoUi Mass., 334, 528, 554. 

Byfield, Mass., 448, 450, 479. 



Cabinet Maker, yj. 

Cabot, 21, 449. 

Cadet, 238. 

Cadet and .Statesman, 19. 

Cadet, Literary, 19. 

Cadiz, Spain, iii, 230, 234, 475, 

543 
Cadwallader, 23. 
Cady, 21, 579. 

Cahawba, Ala., 360, 452, 569. 
Cahill, 22. 
Cahoone, 22, 276. 
Cain, 22. 
("airnes, 22. 
Cajol,22. 

Calais, F'n, 233, 260, 350. 
Calcutta, Ind., 283, 336, 366, 370, 

407, 476, 491, 493, 529. 
Calder, 22. 
Caldwell, 23. 
Caldwell, Ch., 85. 
Caledonian, 23. 

Caledonian, Ship, 305, 368, 574. 
California, 291. 
Call, 23. 

Callahan, 23, 598. 
Callender, 23. 
Calley, 23. 
Callins, 23. 
Callum, 23. 
Calthorpe, 23. 
Calthorpe, Lord, 23. 
Calvert, 24. 
Cambreling, 24. 
Cambridge, Eng., 49. 
Cambridge, Mass , 25, 44, 54, 95, 

98, 99, 117, 14s, 169, 170, 



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INDEX 



Cambridge, Mass., — Continued. 
177, 178, 183, 196, 212, 239, 
385, 392, 451, 458, 468, 480, 

492, 567. 594, 599- 
Cambridge, Maryland, 204. 
Cambridge, N. Y., 91, 552. 
Cambridge, Point, 381. 
Cambridge University, Brit., 165, 

194. 
Cambridgeport, Mass., 278, 306. 
Cambrian Scholar, 450. 
Camden Co., Ga., 158, 481, 532. 
Camden Co., N. C, 92, 164, 222. 
Camden Co , S. C, 103. 
Camden, N. C, 396. 
Camden, S. C, 34, 122, 431. 
Cameran, 24, 29. 
Cames, 24. 
Camett, 24. 
Camm, 24. 

Camp, American, 124. 
Camp, Missouri, 500. 
Campaigus, Ga., 507. 
Campbell, 24, 323. 
Camphor, Spirits, £09. 
Camson, 25. 
Camus, 25. 
Canada [name], 25. 
Canada, 88, 112, 124, 172, 178. 
Canada, Gov. of, 512. 
Canada, Upper, 49. 
Canadian Courant, 415. 
Canajoharie, N. Y., 69. 
Canal, 137, 327, 430, 487, 535. 
Canal Basin, 310, 425, 572. 
Canal Boat, 231, 405. 
Canal, Union Company, 400, 401. 
Canandaigua, N. Y., 73, 103, 210, 

362, 462, 498. 
Candia, N. H., 64 
Candidate, Sloop, 355. 
Candle, 127. 
Candler, 43. 
Canfield, 25, 
Canker Rash, 509. 
Cann, 25. 
Canning, 25 
Cannon [name], 25. 
Cannon, S5. '33. i99. 
Cannon, Fir.st in United States, 

379- 



Canon, 25. 

Canova, 25. 

Canterbury, Ct., 56, 57, 149, 228^ 

258, 292, 420, 421, 446, 569^ 

586. 
Canterbury, N. H., 172, 195. 
Cantine, 25. 
Canton, Ala., 384. 
Canton, China, 72, 145, 170, 232, 

239. 259. 31S, 358, 370, 438. 

466, 486, 509, 516, 568, 592. 
Canton, Ct., 232. 
Canton, Mass., 85. 
Canton, N. Y., 167. 
Cantonment, Ala., 237. 
Capen, 25. 
Capron, 25, 578. 
Capson, 562. 
Captain, 121, 157, 165. 
Captain's Clerk, 105. 
Cape, Coast of Africa, 419. 
Cape Elizabeth, 193. 
Cape Fear, N. C., 351. 
Cape Hatteras, 183,237. 
Cape Island, Del., 311. 
Cape May, 55, 306, 324. 
Cape Mount, Africa, 223. 
Capes of Delaware, 161. 
Capes of Good Hope, 433. 
Capitol, 371. 
Capwell, 26. 
Caravan, Ship, 284. 
Carberry, 26, 273. 
Carbone, 26. 
Card, 26. 
Cardinal, 204. 

Card's Cotton Machine, 38. 
Carenzoni, 27. 
Carezo, Ire., 137. 
Carey, 27, 327, 416, 438. 
Gary, 27. 

Carlile, 27, 19, 427. 
Carlile Barracks, 199. 
Carlile College, 385. 
Carlile, Pa., 391, 444 
Carlisle, 209. 
Carlisle, Eng., 189. 
Carlisle, Pa., ^^, 132, 384. 
Carlton, 28. 
Carlyle, 28. 
Carman, 299. 



INDEX 



XIX 



Carmey, 28. 
Carmat, 28. 
Carmed, N. Y., 173. 
Caroline Augusta, brig, 79. 
Carolinas, the, 34. 
Carpenter [name]. 28, 539. 
Carpenter, 1 50, 222, 329, 597 
Carpenter, House, 452. 
Carpenter, Ship, 523. 
Carpenter's Crew, 2U. 
Carpet, 526. 
Carr, 31, 191, 432. 
Carratuck, N. C, 71. 
Carriage, 108, 115, 119, 131, 220, 

230, 231, 269, 292, 311, 330, 

406, 429, 463, 583, 594. 
Carrickfergus, Ire., 406. 
Carrick on Suir, 213. 
Carried, 33. 
Carriel, 33. 
Carrier, 289. 
Carrington, 33. 
Carrington, Karl of, 574- 
Carrique, 33. 
Carrocco, S. A., 518. 
Carroll, 33, 423. 
Carroway, 409. 
Carruth, 33. 
Carson, 33. 

Cart, 147, 2t2, 457, 515, 582. 
Cartel, Perseverance, U. S., 195. 
Carter, 33, yT. 

Catharge, Lower Falls, N. Y., 37. 
Cathargena, S. A., 158, 327,417. 
Cartridge, 363. 
Cartwright, 34. 
Carvaldo, 35. 
Carver, 35. 

■Carver, Mass., 401, 499. 
Casben, 35. 
Case, 35. 
Casey, 35. 
Cashier [name], 36. 
Cashier, 60, 107, 108, 112, 145, 

166, 239, 240, 284, 298, 318, 

355, 465, 467, 471. 
Cashier, Assistant, 278. 
Cashman, 36. 
-Caskey, 36. 
•Cassedy, 36, 392. 



Casselis, Earl of, 149. 

Cassidy, 36. 

Cassin, 36. 

Castall, 36. 

Castonas, 36. 

Castillano, 36. 

Castillio, 36. 

Castine, 36. 

Castine, Me., 210, 293, 545, 546. 

Castine, Sloop, 293. 

Castle, 126. 

Castle Carey, Eng., 326. 

Castle Garden, 452. 

Castle of Blenheim, 377. 

Castle of Onondago, 453. 

Castlereagh, Lady, 358. 

Castlereagh, Lord, 144. 

Castleton, Vt, 419. 

Castoff, 37. 

Caswell, 37. 

Cat, 245, 307. 

Cataract, 595. 

Catastrophe. 168, 202, 545. 597. 

Catey, Sloop, 388. 

Catharine, Brig, 418. 

Catharine, Ship, 145. 

Catholic Bishop, 143, 439. 

Catholic Pastor, Roman, 387. 

Catholic, Roman, 439. 

Catlin, 37. 

Cato de Or, Fr., 123. 

Cattonean, 37. 

Catskill, N. Y., 24, 232, 457. 

Catskill, the, 163. 

Caulfield, 37. 

Causeway. 3 1 , 447, 5 r i . 

Cautre, 37. 

Cavalry, Leader of, 119. 

Cavendish, 37. 

Cawing. 37. 

Cawnpore, India, 277. 

Cayerga Creek, N. Y., 199. 

Cazey, 37. 

Ceazer, 37. 

Ceazer, Ship, 599. 

Ceaver, 37. 

Cecero, 144. 

Cecil Co., Md., 559. 

Celery, 238. 

Cemetery, Hebrew, 359. 



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INDEX 



Central Bridge, 332. 

Central Falls, R. I., 41, 300, 305, 

329. 
Centreville, Miss., 573. 
Centreville, R. I., 56, ^6, 106, 

217, 218, 219, 269, 509. 
Centreville, S. C, 137. 
Ceres, Planet, 472. 
Ceres, Steamer, 445. 
Cey, 37. 

Ceylon, India, 389, 510. 
Chace, 38, 105I263, 3 [7, 355. 
Chase, 38. 
Chadsey, 41. 
Chadwick, 41, 192. 
Chaffee, 41. 
Chain, 158, 523. 
Chair, 189, 284, 300, 583, 591. 
Chairman of Committee, 377. 
Chaise, 180, 353, 465. 
Chalener, 42. 
Chamberlain, 42. 
Chambers, 42. 
Chamolee, S. J., 204. 
Champin, Coranis, 155. 
Champlain [name], 42, 455, 507- 
Champlain, 593. 
Champlain, Hero of, 593. 
Champlain, Lake, 72, 272. 
Chamney, 43. 
Chancellor, 310^ 
Chancellor, Arch, 24. 
Chancellor, De Aguessan, 431. 
Chancellor, Prussian, 237. 
Chandler, 43. 
Chaney, 43. 
Channing, 44, 51. 
Chapel, Kings, 27. 
Chapel, Queens, 465. 
Chapin, 44. 
Chaplain, 155, 314, 344, 413, 416, 

521, 539- 
Chaple, Le Pope, Becoit, 182. 
Chaplin, 44. 
Chaplin, Ct., 271. 
Chapman, 44. 
Chappell, 45. 
Chappotin, 46. 
Character, Literary, 75, 435. 
Charcoal, 54, 75, 240, 247. 



Charge de Affairs, 75, 411. 

Charles, 46. 

Charles, Brig, 55, 419. 

Charles and Ellen, Brig, 535. 

Charles Henry, Schooner, 379. 

Charles, Prince, 395. 

Charleston Bridge, 505. 

Charleston, S. C, 23, 36, 39, 49, 
SO, 53, 61, 70, 73, ^^, Br, 82, 
83, 84, 90, 91, 92, loi, 102, 
108, 112, 122, 124, 127, 129, 
136, 143, 146, 151, 157, 162, 
166, 180, i8r, 183, 184, £85, 
187, 188, 192, 194, 195, 197, 
201, 205, 211, 214, 215, 219, 
222, 224, 225, 231, 232, 235, 
236, 240, 247, 250, 253, 255, 
257, 262, 266, 269, 279, 285, 

297. 304. 305. 313, 31S, 317, 
318, 323, 326,338, 340, 344, 
345, 348, 360, 362, 377, 388. 

39'. 395, 404, 405. 408, 409. 
411, 418, 423, 426, 433, 445, 
446, 447, 449, 452, 454, 455. 
465. 475- 478, 482, 489. 494. 
495. 496, 499. 500, 506, 516, 
525. 528, 531, 545, 546, 557, 
558, 565, 566, 567, 569, 584, 

595- 
Charleston, Va., 468. 
Charleston Brook C. H., Va., 

395- 
Charlestown, Mass., 23, 25, 39, 
43, 96, 176, 178, 240, 245, 
249, 289, 351,361, 369, 413, 

429. 449. 487. 494. 592. 
Charlestown, N. H., 435, 492. 
Charlestown, R. L, 70, 142, 269, 

282, 362, 467, 507, 587. 
Charlotte, 46. 
Charlotte, Brig, 360. 
Charlotte Co., Va., 33. 
Charlotte, Princess, 37. 
Charlton, 46. 

Charlton, Mass., 305, 492, 570. 
Chatham, 46. 
Chatham, Brig, 309, 
Chatham Co., N. C, 277. 
Chatham, Ct., 265,481, 594, 
Chatham, Mass., 45, 9.1, 429.- 



INDEX 



XXI 



Chatham, N. Y., 354. 
'Chatterton, 46. 
Chauncey, 46. 
Chautean, 46. 
Chayeux, 46. 
Cheatham, 46. 
Cheetham, 46. 
Cheddle, 46. 
Cheek, 47. 
Cheever, 47. 
Chelmark, Mass., 559. 
Chelmsford, Mass., 297. 
Chelsea, Mass., 143, 285. 
Cheltenham, Pa., 396. 
Chemist, 88. 
Chemist, French, 396. 
Chemistry, 369, 521. 
Chemistry, Prof, of, 95, 99, 117, 

192, 206. 
Chenango Co., N. Y., 467. 
Cheney, 47, 283. 
Chepatchet, R. 1 , 190, 323. 
Cheraw, S. C, 221, 307. 
Cherokee Agency, 397. 
Cherokee Country, 183. 
Cherokee Indians, 367. 
Cherries, 463. 
Cherry Valley, N. Y., 406. 
Cherry Valley, Pa., 107. 
Chesapeake Bay, 422. 
Chesapeake, Frigate, 444. 
Chesapeake, U. S. Ship, 363, 

339- 
Chesebrough, 47. 
Chessman, 47. 
Chester Co., Pa., 267. 
Chester, Mass., 559. 
Chester, Pa., 92. 
Chesterfield, 47. 
Chesterfield, Mass., 314. 
Chesterfield, N. H., 258, 299, 570. 
Cheshire Co., N, H., 592. 
Cheshire, Ct., 286. 
Cheshire, Eng., 298. 
Cheshire, Mass., 460. 
Chestnut Rails, 473. 
Chestnut Ridge, Pa., 530. 
Chets, 47. 
Chettegeng, India, 68. 



Chettenham, Eng., 506. 

Chevalier, 121. 

Chevalier of St. Louis, 1 18. 

Chicester, Eng., 544. 

Chickering, 47. 

Chichester, 47. 

Chichester, Eng., 586. 

Chickasaw Nation, 516. 

Chief Baron, Lord, 132. 

Chief, Indian, 195, 453, 559. 

Chief Justice, 49, 64, 90, 134, 
144, 164, 170, 178, 213, 272, 
282, 327, 338, 347, 366, 378, 
429, 449.450, 488, 491, S03, 
544, 597, 606. 

Chief Justice, Lord, 98, 194. 

Chief Justice Marshall, Steamer, 
36, 65, 84, 122,222, 409, 520, 

523- 
Chief Justice of Mass., 98, 99. 
Chief Mate, SS. 240, 315, J366, 

397. 440. 
Chief Physician, 84. 
Chieftain, Greek, 435. 
Child, 47. 
Childs, 48. 

Chili, Coast of, 140, 155. 
Chilcott, 49. 
Chillicothe, O., 24, 483. 
Chilson, 49. 
Chimnery, 162, 513. 
China, 124, 229, 412. 
Chinery, 49. 
Chipman, 49. 

Chippeway Indians, 358, 370. 
Chisel, 65, 180. 
Chiverie, 49. 
Chocolate Mills, 304. 
Choctaw Nation, 480. 
Cholera, 57, 58, 60, 68, 78, 107, 

'71. 19s. 24s, 267, 285, 300, 

306, 366, 370, 390, 410, 526, 

540, S4S, 574- 
Christ, 72. 

Christ, Church of, 354, 474. 
Christian, 49. 
Christie, 49, 537, 539. 
Christmas [name], 49. 
Christmas, 307. 



XXII 



INDEX 



Christopher, 49. 

Chronicle and Patriot, Boston, 
107. 

Chronicle, Independent, 507. 

Chronicle, London Morning, 467. 

Chrystie, 49. 

Chummeck, 49 

Church [name], 49, S 1 1. 

Church, 69, 127, 348, 363, 392, 
SOI, 562. 

Church, African Baptist, 52, 312. 

Church, Baptist, 136, 180, 187, 
214, 254, 304, 312, 318, 323, 
390, 404, 42 s, 438, 460, 462, 
476, 497. 499> 521, 524, 541, 
563. 583, 587. S9>>604, 60s. 

Church, Seekonk Baptist, 262. 

Church, Free Will Baptist, 68. 

Church, Member of Baptist, 68. 

Church, First Philadelphia Bap- 
tist, 267. 

Church, First Providence Bap- 
tist, 116, 184, 469. 

Church, Second Millbury Bap- 
tist, 44. 

Church, Second Newport, 183, 
248, 3IS- 

Church, Caldwell, SS- 

Church Clerk, 2S6, 314, 342, S62. 

Church, Congregational, 148, 
164, 432, 475, S2I, S36, S43. 
550, S83, 604. 

Church, Cong., and Society, 416, 
485. 

Church, Cong., Member of, 339. 

Church, Cong., Seekonk, 261. 

Church, Cong., Swanzey, 201. 

Church, First Cong., 497. 

Church, First Cong., Buxton, 
Me., 61. 

Church, 2d Cong., 487. 

Church, 2d Cong., Providence, 
234- 

Church, Christ, 354, 474. 

Church, Elder Eddy's, 262. 

Church, Episcopal, 59, 86, 242, 
362, 373, 375. 455, 568. 

Church, Evangelican Lutheran, 
538. 

Church, First, 448, 515. 



Church, First, Boston, 148. 

Church, First Presbyterian, 105. 

Church House, 148. 

Church, Methodist, 105. 

Church Officer, 456. 

Church, Old South, Boston, 146, 

291. 
Church, Presbyterian, 73, 210, 

291, 337. 520, 599- 

Church, First Presbyterian, Bal- 
timore, 295. 

Church, ^ econd Presbyterian, 
Newport, 197. 

Church, Protestant Episcopal, 
424. 

Church, Reformed Dutch, 356. 

Church, Sabbaterian, 389. 

Church, St. John's, Prov., 52, 

64. 79- 
Church, St. Paul's, 465, 474. 
Church, St. Stephen's, 431. 
Church, Second, 514. 
Church, Seventh Day Baptist, 

2l8. 

Church, Shrewsbury, 295. 
Church Steeple, 262, 344. 
Church, Scotish, Presbyterian, 

385. 
Church, Third, Salem, 273. 
Church, Trinity, 457. 
Church, Unitarian, 355. 
Churchtown, Pa., 300. 
Churchill, 51. 
Cider, 355. 

Cincinnati, Brig, 444. 
Cincinnatus, Brig, 508. 
Cincinnati, O , 25, 37, 65, 75, 76, 

126, 150, 220, 237, 259, 346, 

357. 449. 5 > 5. 518. 530, 607. 
Cincinnati, Steamer, 147. 
Cincinnati, Society of, 404, 437, 

Sii. 
Circuit Court, 272. 
City Point, Va., 466. 
City Reading Room, 73. 
Citizen, American, 46. 
Civil Liberty, 34. 
Civil Polity, 177. 
Claffiin, 51. 
Claflin, 51. 



INDEX 



XXIII 



Claggett, 51. 

Claghorn, yi. 

Clairborne, 51. 

Clapp, 51, 52. 

Clapperton, 52. 

Clarence, 149. 

Clarence, Duchess of, 144. 

Clarence, Duke of, 144, 315. 

Claremont, N. H., 149, 446. 

Clarendon Court, 509. 

Claret, 523. 

Clairborne, Ala., 169. 

Clarissa, Schooner, 232. 

Clarke, 52, 81, 155, 172, 207, 344, 

46s. 585. 
Clarkesburg, Va., 299. 
Clarke's Point, 62. 
Clarkson, 55, 57. 
Clary, 57. 
Clason, 57. 
Class, Member of Junior, 25, 232, 

343, 360, 428, 453, 486, 568. 
Class, Senior, no, 211, 376, 392, 

503. 567. 596. 

Class, Sophomore, 247, 601. 

Class, Sophomore, Brown Uni- 
versity, 55. 

Classmate, 347. 

Clanston, 57. 

Claverick, N. Y., 357. 

Claxton, 57. 

Clay, 57, 134. 

Claypole, 58. 

Clayton, 58 

Clayville, R. 1., 378. 

Clear, 58. 

Cleft, 58, 

Clement, 58. 

dementi, 58. 

Clements, 58. 

Clemmence, 58. 

Clemmons, 58, 

Clemsford, Eng., 408. 

Clemsford, Mass., 356, 378, 579. 

Cleopatra, 233. 

Cleopatra's Barge, 91. 

Clergyman, 86, 324, 396. 

Clerk, 23, 24, 51, 60,81, loi, 104, 
108, 153, 15s, 19s. 206, 255, 
277. 396. 449, 475. 554- 



Clerk, Captain's, 105. 

Clerk, Chief, 314. 

Clerk, Church, 256, 342, 562. 

Clerk of Court, 255, 574, 584, 

589. 
Clerk of Parliament, 522, 
Clerk of Treasury, 175. 
Clerk, Town, 61, 76, 279, 299, 

412, 497, 506. 
Cleves, 58. 
Cleveland, 58. 
Clifford, 59. 
Clift St., N. Y., 168, 202, 545, 

597- 

Climate, 291. 

Clinton, 59, 192, 401, 594. 

CHnton, Ga., 575. 

Clinton, N. Y., 472. 

Chsby, 59. 

Ciitherall, 59. 

Clizbe, 59. 

Cloptineau, 59. 

Clopton, 59. 

Close, 59. 

Clothes, 82, io8, 134, 165, 182, 
205, 231, 235, 249, 262, 322, 
338, 346, 362, 462, 463, 483, 
501, 519. 522, 581, 593. 595- 

Clothmg, 268. 

Clyde, 59. 

Coach, A Mail, 556. 

Coal Hut, 591. 

Coal Mine, 117. 

Court, Irish, 162. 

Court of Africa, 10 1, 104, 126, 
146. 153. '97. 246, 266, 306, 
340, 370, S03. 536, 579- 

Court of Brazil, 521. 

Court of Chili, 140. 

Court of Japan, 594. 

Court of Peru, 139. 

Court, The North West, 172. 

Coates, 59. 

Cobb, 59, 355. 

Cobbieskill, N. Y., 202. 

Cobbossee, Brig, 68. 

Cobly, 60. 

Coburn, 60. 

Cochran, 60. 

Cochrane, 60. 



XXIV 



INDEX 



Cock, 60. 

Cocke, 60. 

Codding, 60. 

Coddington, 61. 

Codling, 61. 

Codman, 61. 

Coe, 61. 

Goes, 61. 

Coffin (name), 61, 304. 

Coffin, 115, 313, 333. 556. 

Coffin, A Gold, 439. 

Coffee, 361. 

Coffee House Exchange, 370. 

Coffee Pot, 361. 

Coffers, 120. 

Coggeshall, 62. 

Cogswell, 63. 

Cogwheel, 261. 

Cohasset, Mass , 440. 

Cohen, 63. 

Coigney, 63. 

Coke, 64. 

Colbrook, N. H., 536. 

Colby, 64, 560 

Colcherson, 420. 

Colchester, Eng., 242, 

Cold Water, 165. 

Cole, 64, 40, 162. 

Coles, 64. 

Coleman, 65, 66, 395. 

Colegrove, 66. 

CoUard, 66. 

Collector, 94, 95, 315, 532. 

Collector, Deputy, 356. 

Collector Customs, 371, 437, 557. 

Collector, Port, 27. 130, 180, 248, 

338, 344. 351. 37i> 383, 396, 

563- 
Collector, Revenue, 466. 
Collector, Sloop, 471. 
College, 388, 413, 604. 
College, Sacred, 577. 
College, Amherst, 232, 309. 
College, Bowdoin, no. 
College, Carlile, 385. 
College, Columbia, D. C, 87, 

242, 308, 385, 388. 
College, Dartmouth, 453, 562. 
College, Dickinson, 391. 
College, Downing, 49. 



College, Geneva, 393. 
College, Graduate of Rhode Is- 
land, 126, 137. 
College, Harvard, 239, 308, 347. 
College, Military, 489. 
College, Mt. Airy, 145. 
College, Physicians, 121. 
College, Prof, in Columbia, 223. 
College, Rhode Island, 203. 
Colleii;e, St. Andrew, 230. 
College, St. John's, 493. 
College, Surgeon's Royal, 481. 
College, Trinity, 450. 
College, Williams, 353. 
College, Yale, 134, 135, 161, 308 

343- 353- 
Collegiate Institution, 409. 

Collet, 66. 

Collier, 298. 

Collins, 66, 81. 

Collin, 67. 

Collis, 68. 

Collodon, Battle of, 210. 

Col man, 68. 

Colonization Society, 544. 

Colonies, 25. 

Colony, Plymouth, 509. 

Colquheun, 68. 

Colton, 68. 

Columbia College, D. C, 87, 

242, 308, 38s, 588. 
Columbia College, Prof, in, 223. 
Columbia Co,, N. Y., 98. 
Columbia, Mo., 525, 532. 
Columbia, O., 168, 246. 
Columbia, Pa., 239. 
Columbia River, 335. 
Columbia, Ship, 72, 150, 237, 

234> 389- ■ 
Columbia, S. C, 205, 217, 388, 

392, 514. 533- 
Columbia, Steamer, 496. 
Columbia, Tenn., 356, 430 
Columbia University, 360. 
Columbia Co., Ga., 87. 
Columbian Consul, 120. 
Columbian Navy, 158. 
Columbian Sentinel, 144. 
Columbus, Ga., 489. 
Columbus, O., 246, 570. 



INDEX 



XXV 



Colvin, 68. 
Colwell, 68. 

Comberwell, British Ship. 193. 
Comedian, 32, 37, 167, 250, 542. 
Comedian, English, 319. 
Comer, 68. 

Commandant, Master, 183. 
Commandant, Naval. 234. 
Commander, 206, 236, 433. 
Commander at Plymouth, 130. 
Commander, Lieut., 71. 
Commander, Nautical, 39, 65, 

187, 242, 259, 373. 443. 504. 

54S, 564- 
Commander, Station, 257. 
Commander U. S. Lakes, 229. 
Commene, 68. 
Commentator, 585. 
Commentaries, Blackstone's, 49. 
Commerce, Brig, 97. 
Commerce, European, 435. 
Commercial Bank, 336. 
Commercial Bank, New England, 

112. 
Commissary, 201. 
Commissary of Prisoners, 185. 
Commissary Sargeant, 243. 
Commissioner, 104, 209, 334, 349. 
Commissioner, Land Office, 397. 
Commissioner, N. Y. Navy Yard, 

422. 
Committee, Chairman of. 377. 
Committee of Health, 135. 
Committee of Safety, 537, 565. 
Commodore, 36, 108, 366, 368, 

429, 433, 480, 481, 520, 521, 

593- 
Commodore Perry, Ship, 74. 
Commodore Rogers, Ship, 568. 
Common Pleas, Court of, 81, 98, 

104, [34, 170, 178, 181, 255, 

279, 280, 282, 287, 341, 437, 

459, 488, 526. 
Common Pleas, Judge of Court, 

254. 
Commons, House of, 479. 
Commonwealth, Chancellor, 60. 
Company, East India, 246, 272. 
Company, Holland Land, 145. 



Company, Farmer's Insurance, 

260. 
Company, Newport Manf'g., 275. 
Company of Artillery, 161, 440. 
Company of Infantry, 93, 179, 

340, 357, 421, 596. 
Company, Theatrical, 136. 
Composer, 58, 210, 503. 
Composer. Musical, 190, 250, 318, 

344, 572. 

Coniptroller, Office, 155. 

Comstock, 68, 169, 304, 374. 

Conanicut Point, 561. 

Conant, 69. 

Concannon, 69. 

Concentric Spheres, 607. 

Concord, Mass., 69, 158, 173, 
446. 

Concord, N. H., 192, 395, 420, 
421. 

Concord, N. C , 307, 358, 408. 

Condarcet, 69. 

Conde, 1 18. 

Conde, Prince de, 118. 

Condor, N. Y , 69. 

Condy, 70. 

Cone, 70. 

Coney, 70. 

Confederation of the Rhine, 98. 

Confectioner, 243. 

Confidence Man, 357. 

Congdon, 70, 26, 39. 

Congress, 71. 

Congleton, 71. 

Congregation, Jewish, 542. 

Congregational Church, 148, 164, 
329. 339. 432. 475> 521, 536, 
543, 580, 583, 604. 

Congregational Church and So- 
ciety, 416. 

Congregational Presbyterian, 566. 

Congregational Church, First, 

499. 
Congregational Church, Second, 

487- 
Congregational Church, Second, 

Prov., 234. 
Congregational Minister, 522. 
Congregational Church, Second, 

261. 



XXVI 



INDEX 



Congregational Church, Swan- 
zey, 201. 

Congrene, 71. 

Congress, 283, 344, 415, 530. 

Congress, Continental, 338. 

Congress, Delegate, 256, 479. 

Congress, Member of, 32, 57, 59, 
60, 74, 87, Sg, 96, 102, 107, 
108, 115, 125, 135, 147, 149, 
151, 154, 167, 168, 174, 184, 
193, 224. 227, 238, 240, 274, 
277, 278, 284, 297, 322, 324, 
342, 345, 346, 354, 355, 361, 

369. 377. 383, 392, 393. 403. 
404, 409,414, 417, 424, 425, 
428, 442, 469, 489, 494, 506, 
510. 526, 538, 544, 561, 564, 
586. 

Congress, Proceedings of, 368. 

Congress, Representative ot, 
170, 252. 

Congress, Senator of, 99, 170, 

237,370,405. 517- 
Congress, U. S. Ship, 97, 191. 
Congressman, 23, 31, 592. 
Congressman PZlect, 396. 
Congriveve, 71. 
Conjugation, 505. 
Conkling, 71. 
Connecticut, 25, 68, 91, 99, 113, 

151, 222, 224, 234, 246, 290, 

337. 342. 397, 40s, 462, 492, 

538, 540, 606. 
Connecticut Assembly, 342. 
Connecticut Courant, 284, 
Connecticut Courier, 559. 
Connecticut, District of, 143, 

286, 407. 
Connecticut Gazette, 143, 186, 

217. 
Connecticut, Governor of, 224. 
Connecticut Herald, 589. 
Connecticut Journal, 214. 
Connecticut, Lieut. Gov. of, 205, 

295, 
Connecticut Line, 317. 
Connecticut Mirror, 352. 
Connecticut River, 45, 265, 519, 

592. 
Connecticut Steamer, 368. 



Connecticut, Superior Court of. 

44, 46. 
Connelly, 71. 
Conneys, 71. 
Connolly, 71. 
Connor, 71. 
Conroy, 71. 
Constellation, U. S. Ship, 103, 

150, 222, 231, 338. 
Constitution, Massachusetts, 170. 
Constitution, National, 381. 
Constitution, Ohio, 290. 
Constitution, Ship, 1 14, 15 1, 192, 

477- 
Constitution, State, 43, 501. 
Constitution, U. S. Ship, 186, 

198, 206, 229,257, 4ri, 499, 

502, 530, 563. 
Constitutional Convention, 364. 
Constantine, Grand Duke, 556. 
Consul, 388, 406, 476. 
Consul, Acting American, 204. 
Consul, American, 169, 266, 396, 

403, 591- 
Consul, British, 103, 198, 408, 

540. 
Consul, Danish, 462. 
Consul, French, 24, 268, 588. 
Consul General, 1 19, 439. 
Consul General, Swedish, 577. 
Consul of Columbia, 120. 
Consul of Spain, 155. 
Consul, United States, 96, 175, 

230, 295, 408, 433, 482, 538, 

551,557.558. 
Consulate, Executive, 28. 
Consular Agent, 189. 
Conti, 71. 

Continental Army, 133, 453, 
Continental Congress, 338. 
Continental Navy, 313. 
Contoocook River, 597. 
Contractor, 33. 
Controller, 71. 
Convent Paraclete, 22. 
Convent, Ursuline, 528. 
Convention, 43, 301, 501. 
Convention, Constitutional, 364. 
Convention, Member of, 170, 

197. 372, 381, 408. 



INDEX 



XXVII 



Convention, President of, 271. 
Convention, State, 290. 
Convention, Virginia, 58,93, 164, 

368, 412, 420, 486, SOI, 523. 
Convert, 71. 
Converted Hindu, 337. 
Converted Jew, 193. 
Convict, SOI. 
Conway, 71. 

Conway, N. H., 148, 480. 
Coody, 72. 
Cook, 272, 407. 

Cooke, 72, 22, 444,461, 504, SOS- 
Cook (Trade), 122, 142, 19s. 
Coolbrett, 75. 
Cooley, 75. 
Coolidge, 75. 
Coombe, 75. 
Coombes, 75. 
Coombs, 75. 
Coomer, 75. 
Coomey, 75. 
Cooper, (name), 76, 432, S23. 

582. 
Cooper, 397, 440, 483, 571, 587. 
Cooperstown. N. Y., 61, 13S, 

319. 559. 594- 
Cope, 76. 
Copeland, 76. 
Copley, JT. 
Coplin, Tj. 

Corporal of Marines, 76. 
Copenhagen, Den., 400, 462. 
Copp, -JT. 

Coranis Champion, 155. 
Corbin, "JT. 
Cordial, 25. 
Corey, 77, 254. 
Corinth, N. H., 298. 
Corinth, Vt., 93, 291. 
Cork, Ire., 190. 
Corliss, 78. 
Corn, 59, 286. 
Cornelius, 78. 
Cornell, 78. 
Cornfield Pt, L. I., 108, 143, 

554- 
Cornhill, Boston, 142. 
Corning, 79. 
Cornish, Me., 56, 296. 



Cornville, 378. 

Cornwall, Eng., 49, 361. 

tornwail, N. Y., 532. 

Cornwallis, 79, 447, 468. 

Cornwall, 79. 

Coromer, 233. 

Corp, 80. 

Corpe, 80. 

Corpse, 308, 498. 

Corps, Marine, 114, 221, 272. 

Corps, U. S. Engineer, 151. 

Corps, U. S. Marine, 231, 309, 

435. 521. 
Corps of U. S. Artillery, 293, 

353, 468, 598. 
Corresponding Secretary, 85, 

151. 
Corrosive Sublimate, 391. 
Corss, 80. 
Corthey, 80. 

Corvette, John Adams, 59. 
Cosair, 80. 

Cosmopolite, Sloop, 153, 211. 
Cossacks, 478. 
Corselets, 524 
Corson, 68. 
Costa, 80. 
Costance, 37. 
Cottle, 80. 
Cotton, 80. 
Cotton, Bale, 606. 
Cotton Factory, 230, 247. 
Cotton Machmery Cords, 38. 
Cottrell, 80. 
Couchery, 80. 
Coultie, 81, 54. 
Council, 372. 
Council Bluffs, Ark., 160, 237, 

500. 
Council, Executive, 153, 475, 

562, 598. 
Council, French, 210. 
Council, Governors, 135, 263. 
Council, King's, 537. 
Council of the Empire, 602. 
Council, President of, 149. 
Council, Privy, 25, 153, 246. 
Council, State, 263. 
Council, town, 231, 382, 401, 

428, 506, 513, 536. 



XXVIII 



INDEX 



Councillor, 163. 

Councillor, Commonwealth, 60 

Councillor, State, 120. 

Count, 121. 

Count Pulaski, i8r. 

Counterfeiting, 334, 525. 

Countis, 81. 

Country, Red River, 224. 

Country, Western, 24. 

County Court, 426, 466, 563. 

County Court, judge of, 53, 126, 

213. 
County Judge, 185. 
County Senator, 89. 
County Sheriff, 134. 
Courant, Connecticut, 284. 
Courant, The Canadian, 415. 
Courner, The Connecticut, 59. 
Court, Assistant Justice of Su- 

erior, 163. 
Court, Clerk of, 255, 574, 584, 

589. 
Court, Circuit, 272. 
Court Common Pleas, 98. 
County Court, 426, 466. 
Court, District, 295, 296, 396. 
Court, English, 131. 
Court, General, 487. 
Court House, 273. 
Court, Irish, 491. 
Court, Judge of County, 53, 126, 

213. 
Court Judges, 270. 
Court, Judge of District, 162. 
Court, Judge Superior, 150. 
Court, Judge Supreme, 459. 
Court Justice, 459. 
Court, Justice of Superior, 115. 
Court Martial, 118, 488. 
Court, N. Y. Supreme, 24. 
Court, R. I. Supreme, 213. 
Court, Superior, 64, 308, 408, 

425. 5'9. 
Court Superior, Judge of, 154. 
Court, Superior of Conn., 44. 
Court, Supreme, 308, 506, 542. 
Court Supreme, Justice of, 146 
Court, U. .;. District, 543, 544, 

Court, U. S. Supreme, 23, 94. 



Court of Amherst, 24. 

Court of Appeals, 429. 

Court of Common Pleas, 81, go, 
104, r34, 170, 178, 25s, 279, 
280, 282, 287, 341, 437, 459, 
488, 526. 

Court of Common Pleas, Judge 
of, 254. 

Court of Exchequer, 132. 

Court of Inquiries. 8r. 

Court of King's Bench, 286. 

Court of Sessions, 181. 

Courtier, 238. 

Cousello, 81. 

CoutLony, 81. 

Coutiss. 81. 

Coutts, 81. 

Cove Basin, 79. 

Cove, The, 553. 

Covell, 81. 

Coventry, Ct., 522. 

Coventry, R. I., 27, 29, 31, 35, 
42, 66, 72, 74. 91, 125, 126, 
152, 169, 188, 194, 207, 213, 
214, 215, 216, 218, 220, 234, 
239, 260, 263, 264, 268, 272, 
286, 29s. 304, 310, 319, 324, 

329. 349- 372, .'73. 38fi, 387. 
413, 414, 416, 4f9, 420, 428, 

449 4S9. 472, 48?, 483, 484, 

4«S. 495, SOI, 503, 504, 50s. 

509, 5 '5- S16, 521, S33, S8o> 

597, 598- 602, 604. 
Covington, Ky., 184. 
Covington, Miss., 518. 
Cow, 53, 290, 357, 491, 535. 
Cow Skinning, 538. 
Cowell, 81. 
Cowes, 84. 
Cowing, 8r. 

Cowslip, The Rival, 497. 
Coy, 82 
Coyle, 82. 
Cox, 82, 133. 
Coxe, 82. 
Cox's Bazar, 68. 
Cozzens, 82, 389, 527. 
Crabowski, 83. 
Crachami, 83. 
Cracker, 134. 



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XXIX 



Craft, 83. 

Crafts, 83. 

Craftsbury, Vt., 84, 559. 

Craggin, 84. 

Craig, 84. 

Craik, 84. 

Cram, 84. 

Cranch, 84. 

Crandall, 84. 

Crane, 85, 440. 

Crane Point, 592. 

Craney Isle, 235, 455. 

Crank Pit, 519. 

Cranston, 85. 

Cranston, R. I., 29, 30, 31, 48, 
SO, 55. 59.66, 67, 70, 71. 86, 
'29. 135. 136, 140, 143. '44. 
'54, 156, 157. '59. '70, '97, 
206, 207, 239, 240, 241, 242, 
250, 257, 262, 268, 279, 280, 
281, 285, 301, 303, 306, 316, 
324, 328, 329, 354, 355, 373, 
378, 385, 386, 388, 398, 426, 
428, 429, 446, 461, 470, 476, 
479, 481, 482, 483, 484, 494, 
495. 500. 504. 508, 534, 548, 
549. 550, 557. 566, 568, 576, 
581, 583, 584, 597. 

Crapo, 86, 527. 

Crapon, 86. 

Crary, 87. 

Crawford, 87, 504, 505. 

Crawford, Brig, 269. 

Crawford, Revenue Cutter, 43. 

Crawley, 87. 

Craybourne, 87. 

Craydon, Vt., 486. 

Crazy Sarah, 147. 

Crease, 87. 

Creed, 87. 

Creek, 134, 346. 

Creek Agency, 249, 459. 

Creek Line, 544. 

Creeks, 499. 

Creighton, 87. 

Creel, 88. 

Cramer, 88. 

Cremshaw, 88. 

Cressen, 88. 

Crettendon, 88. 



Crew, Boats, 140. 

Crew, Carpenters', 211. 

Crimea, 330. 

Criss, 88. 

Critic, Dramatic, 330. 

Critic, Theatrical, 192. 

Crivehng, 88. 

Croade, 88. 

Crocker, 33, 64, 88,4354, 355. 

Crockerton, 89. 

Crockett, 88. 

Croghan, 311. 

Crombie, 89. 

Crommeelin, 89. 

Crompton, 89. 

Crompton, R. I.,i95. 

Cronstadt, 73, 185, 549. 

Crookes, 89. 

Crosby, 89, 472. 

Croskey, 90. 

Cross, 90. 

Cross, Grand, 24. 

Cross, Missionary of the, 283. 

Cross of St. Louis, 191. 

Crossman, go. 

Crouch, 91. 

Croup, 91. 

Crowell, 91. 

Crown Point, 23. 

Crowningshield, 91. 

Cruff, 91. 

Cruger, 91. 

Crump, 91, 292. 

Crumwell, 92. 

Crutzer, 92. 

Cuba, W. L, 46, 205, 332, 467. 

Cuddie, 92, 

Cudworth, 92, 

Cuffee, 92. 

Culpepper, 92. 

Culpepper C. H., Va.,'258. 

Culpepper, Va., 7T. \ ' 

Culverson, 92. 2^-- 

Cumberland Co., Ky., i89,"284, 

422, 465. ' , 

Cumberland Co., Pa., 406. 
Cumberland Harbor, Cuba, 467. 
Cumberland Isle, Ga., 216, 402, 

430, 547- 
Cumberland, Md., 130. 



XXX 



INDEX 



Cumberland, R. I., 25, 26, 29, 
30,72, 73, 100, 106, 115, 116, 
117, 129, 141, [62, 167, 179, 
190, 210, 241, 245, 247, 256, 
262, 279, 294, 303, 304, 30s, 
307, 316, 321, 344, 345, 356, 
36', 383. 399, 400. 402, 403. 
404, 416, 426, 448, 452, 482, 
495- 498, 506, 523. 536. 537> 
538, 539. 548, 551. 562,563. 
567, 569, 570, 571. 584. 586, 
587, 600, 605. 

Cumming. 92. 

Cummings, 92. 

Cummins, 92. 

Cummington, Mass., 25, 197. 

Cundell, 93. 

Cunnell, 93. 

Cunningham, 93. 

Cupboard, 90. 

Curants, 402. 

Curien, 93. 

Curkunis, 93. 

Curlew, Brig, 246, 340. 

Curracoa, W. L, I75. 387. 523. 
S6r. 

Curran, 93. 

Curril, 93. 

Currier, 93. 

Curtis, 93, 38. 

Cushing, 94. 

Cushnrian, 94. 

Customs, Collector of, 371, 437, 

557- 
Custom House, 449. 
Custom House, Office, 91. 
Custom, Inspector of, 124, 575, 

579 
Cutbush, 95. 
Cutler, 95, 309. 
Cutter, 96, 171. 
Cutter, a Revenue, 345. 
Cutting, 96. 
Cutts, 96. 
Cyane, U. S. Ship, 105, 207, 313, 

351, 463, 500, 539, 584. 
Cynthia, 303. 
Cynthiana, Ky., 237, 295. 
Cypress, Schooner, 161, 364. 



D 



Dabery, 98. 

Dabney, 96. 

Daball, 96. 

Dacres, 585, 

Dade, 96, 601. 

Dagger, 5^)5. 

Dailev, 97, 413- 

Daily, 97. 

Daily Advertiser, Boston, 362. 

Dairy, 263. 

Dale, 98. 

Dallis, 98. 

Dalansey, 98. 

Dalton, 98. 

Dalzell, 98. 

Dame, 98. 

Damode, 98. 

Dana, 98. 

Dana, Mass., 201, 229, 265, 308, 

519. 
Danbury, Ct., 465, 477, 492. 
Dancing Master, 331. 
Dane, 49. 
Danes, 99. 
Danford, 99. 
Danforth, 99, I9- 
Daniel, 100. 
Daniels, 100. 
Danielson, 100. 
Danish Consul, 462. 
Dantzic, Duke of, 345. 
Danube, Brig, 170. 
Danvers, Mass., 148, 171, 271, 

492, 567- 
Danville, Ky., 545, 546. 
Danville, Vt., 164, 598. 
Darby, 100. 
Darien, Ga., 394, 463. 
Darling, 100, 99. 
Darlington, S. C, 530. 
Darlington C. H., S, C, 181, 202. 
Darman, loo 
Darnahoe, loi. 
Darrah, 10 1. 
Darroch, loi. 
Darsey, 10 1. 
Dart, 101. 



INDEX 



XXXI 



Dartmouth College, 453, 562. 

Dartmouth, Eng., 360. 

Dartmouth, Mass., 86, 94, 103, 
106, 148, 195, 196, 245, 281, 
341. 350, 388, 413, 462, 48s, 
527, 558, 561, 562, 570. 

Dartmouth Uni,, 204. 

Dassance, lor. 

Dashwell, loi. 

Dash wood, 101. 

Dauberine, 10 r. 

Daughterly, 101. 

Davenport, loi. 

David, 102. 

Davidge, 102. 

Davidson, 102, 119. 

Davidson Co., N. C, 294. 

Davids .n Co., Tenn., 159. 

Davies, 103. 

Davis, 103, 222, 384, 483. 

Davison, 107. 

Davoll, 107. 

Davaust, 107. 

Davy, 107 

Dawes, 107. 

Dawless, 107. 

Dawley, 107. 

Dawset, 108. 

Dawson, 108. 

Day, 108. 

Dayton, 109, 62. 

Dayton, O., 99, 201. 

Deacon Elect, 438. 

Deacon 46 years, 524. 

Deaf, 48. 

Deaf and Dumb School, 556. 

Dean, 109. 

Deane, 109. 

Dearborn, in. 

Debility, Prison of, 10 r. 

Debt, 395, 603. 

Decatur, 1 1 1. 

Decatur, Brig, 185, 296, 341. 

Decatur, Schooner, 540. 

Decha, 55. 

Dechterman, 1 11. 

Deck, 407. 

Decker, 11 1. 

Declaration of Independence, 

394- 



Decoy, U. S. Ship, 183, 542. 

Dede, n i. 

Dedham, Mass.,97, 124, 162, 168, 

191, 213, 225, 248, 293, 374, 

400, 413, 424, 426, 429, 510, 

582. 
Deeds, Registrar of, 168. 
Deer. 427, 577. 

Deerfield, N. H., 202, 399, 404. 
Deerfield, N. Y., 551, 592. 
Deerfield, O., 108. 
Deer Hunt, 322. 
Deer Isle, 170. 
Deer Skins, 193. 
Deey, 1 11. 
Defeat, 34. 

Defeat, St. Clair's, 183. 
Defender, 127. 
Degennis, ri r. 
Degilger, in. 
Dehon, in. 
Delancy, 112. 
Deland, 112. 
Delaney, 112. 
Delano, 112. 
Delaplaine, 1 12. 
Delegate to Congress, 256, 479. 
Delesdernier, 112. 
Delirium, 64, 580. 
Delaware, 120,268, 517, 518, 519, 

538. 
Delaware, O., 583. 
Delaware, Brig, 232. 
Delaware, Capes of, 161. 
Delaware Co., O., 179. 
Delaware, District oif, 162. 
Delaware, Governor of, 54, 67, 

246. 
Delaware, Governor Elect of, 

372. 
Delaware River, 534, 538. 
Delhi, N. Y., 167, 209, 550. 
Deliber, 1 12. 
Dellingham, 112. 
Delville, 112. 
Democrat, 405. 
Demorest, 112. 
Demill, 1 12. 
Deming, 112. 
Demons, 112. 



XXXII 



INDEX 



Demoranville, 112. 

Dempster, 112. 

Dench, 112. 

Denham, 113. 

Denise, 1 13 

Denmark, 339. 

Deiinil, 113. 

Dennis, 1 13. 

Dennis, Mass., 429, 

Dennison, 1 13. 

Denney, 1 13. 

Denny, 1 13. 

Dennysville, Mass., 258. 

Dent, 1 14. 

Dentist, 147, 150. 

Department, Foreign, 358. 

Department, Navy, £76, 256. 

Department, Treasury, 168, 195. 

Department, Rhine, iig. 

Department, War, 206, 342, 562. 

Deposed, 297, 462. 

Deposit and Discount, Office of, 

239 
Deputy, 589. 
Deputy Collector, 356, 
Deputy Postmaster, 123. 
Deputy Sheriff, 233, 320. 
Deputies, House of, 315, 470. 
Derbey, 114. 
Derby, 114. 

Derby, Ct., 152, 286, 375, 511. 
Derry, N. H., 139. 
Desessuris, 114. 
Desert, Great, 5 14. 
Deserted Village, 389. 
Deserter, 594. 
Desertion, 450, 513. 
Deserts, 395. 
Desha, 1 14, 138. 
Deshans, 115. 
Desterhan. (15 
Detroit, Mich., 162, 169, 212, 

235, 236, 289, 336, 519. 
Devaynes, 115. 
Devens, 1 15. 
Devereaux, 115. 
Deverick, 115. 
Devine, 115. 
Devilt, 115. 
Devoll, 115. 



Devonshire, Eng., 321. 

Dewey, 115. 

Dewick, 115. 

Dexter, 115, 141, 169, 299, 305, 

348. 523- 
Dexter Asylum, 52, 188. 
Dexter House, 2^. 
DeAguesson, Chancellor, 431. 
DeAlbertus, 1 17. 
DeAlton, 117. 
DeAngeley, 1 17. 
DeAuvergne, 118. 
DeKelesnay, u8. 
DeBlois, 118. 
DeBrissy, 118. 
DeBouflflers, 118. 
DeBourbon, Conde, 118. 
DeBresson, 1 18. 
DeCharteller, 1 18. 
DeChastelux, 1 18. 
DeCogny, u8. 
DeCrillon, 1 18. 
DeDamus, 119. 
DeDecras, 1 19. 
DeEdling, 119. 
DeEsqueville, 343. 
De Forrest, 119. 
DeGardnier, 1 19. 
DeGenlis, 119. 
DeGoltz, 1 19. 
DeHart, 1 19. 
Dejarnotte, 1 19. 
DeKrufft, 1 19. 
DeKnotzon, 119. 
DeLacresse, 1 19, 
DeLagey, 1 19. 
DeLancey, 353 
De La Tour-du-pin, 119. 
De La Vanpalliere, 1 19. 
De r Empire, Journal of, 192. 
DeLebzeltern, 1 19 
DeLessert, 119. 
DeLestocye, 119. 
DeLiniers, 120. 
DeLukee, 120 
DeLuzerne, 411. 
DeLys, Order of, 120. 
DeMalagamba, 120. 
DeMalanet, 120. 
DeMasley, 120. 



INDEX 



XXXIII 



DeMatlair, 120. 

DeMontalet, 120. 

DeNemours, 120. 

DeOnis, 120. 

DeOr, late France, 123. 

D'Orea, 120. 

DeOrvilliers, 488. 

DePolignil, 120. 

DePortaine, 120. 

DeRio, 120. 

DeRockment, 120. 

DeRohan, 120. 

DeRufio, 120. 

DeRuis, 120. 

DeStael, 120. 

DeSedella, 121. 

DeSerra, 121. 

DeSeze, 121. 

DeSilva, t2i. 

DeSouza, 121. 

Delingry, 121. 

DeTolly, 121. 

DeTuyll, 121. 

DeUrquejo, 121. 

DeWitt, 121. 

DeWolf, 121, 103, 105, 130. 

De Wolfe, 121. 

DeXimines, 122. 

Diadem, British Ship, 235. 

Diamond, 122. 

Diamond, Ship, 55, 199.338,363. 
370. 

Dibbin, 122. 

Dick, 122. 

Dickenson, 122. 

Dickenson College, 391. 

Dickerson, 122. 

Dickinson, 122. 

Dickson, 122. 

Didactic and Polymic, 356. 

Didier, 122. 

Dighton, Mass., 38, 40, 52, 57, 
90, 103, 105, 187, 201, 205, 
226, 247, 248, 257, 294, 348, 
362, 365, 462, 467, 473, 487, 
492, 5or,Sii, 512, 513, 547, 
556, 572, 586, S9I. 

Dike, 123. 

Dillabar, 123. 

Dillard, 123. 



Dillibur, 123. 

Dillingham, 123. 

Dillo, 123. 

Dillon, 123. 

Dillwyer, 123. 

Diman, 123. 

Dinah, 124. 

Dinkin, 124. 

Dinner, 31. 

Dinsmore, 124. 

Diocesan Vicar, 267. 

Diphtheria, 326. 

Diplomat, 120, 475. 

Director, 410. 

Director of the Park, m. 

Dirk, 370. 

Discount and Deposit Office of, 

239- 
Dish, 516. 
Distiller, 124. 
Distressed, 197. 
District Attorney, 572. 
District Attorney, U. S., 206. ^ 
District Court, 295, 296, 396. 
District Court, U. S., La., 51. 
District Judge, 411. 
District Judge, LT. S., 129, 230, 

250, 278. 
District, Masonic, 292, 
District Marshall, 564. 
District of Alabama, 356. 
District of Alexandria, 557. 
District of Baltimore, 392. 
District of Connecticut, 143, 286, 

407. 
District of Delaware, 162. 
District of Georgia, 149. 
District of Louisiana, 122. 
District of Maine, 343, 598. 
District of Mississippi, 554. 
District of New Jersey, 464. 
District of Northern New York, 

559- 
District of Pendleton, S. C, 137. 
District of Plymouth, 532. 
District of R. L, 1 17, 281, 376. 
District, Sixth Judicial, 429. 
District, Third Penn., 404. 
District, Western, 272. 
Ditman, 124. 



XXXIV 



INDEX 



Diverly, 565. 

Diving Bell, 270, .527. 

Divinity, Prof, of, 356. 

Divinity, Student of, 163. 

Division, Fifth, 205. 

Dix, 124. 

Dixey, 124, 

Dixhills, L. 1., 573. 

Dixon, 124. 

Doane, 124. 

Dobbs, 124. 

Dobear, 125. 

Dobson, 124, 422. 

Dock, 134, 425. 

Dockery, r24. 

Doctor, Indian Herb, 339. 

Doctress, Indian, 262. 

Dodd, 125, 47. 

Doddridge, 125. 

Dodds, 125. 

Dodge, 125. 

Dodson, 406. 

Dog, 25, 38, 45, i28,|;i33, 193, 

232. 307. 3S7. 
Dole, 125. 
Deliver, 125. 
Dollis, 125. 
Dolloff, 125. 
Dolphin, 502. 
Donaldson, 125. 
Donaldsonville, La., 23 1, 273. 
Donblane, Scot , 572. 
Done, 126. 
Donilson, 584. 
Donnelly, 126. 
Donnison, 126. 
Doorkeeper, 57, 348, 401. 
Dorchester Co., Md., 228. 
Dorchester, Eng., 513. 
Dorchester, Mass., 99, 102, 280, 

333. 382, 445, 585, 602, 603. 
Dorr, 126. 
Dorrance, 126. 
Dorrego, 127. 
Dorset, 127. 
Dorset, Vt., 533. 
Dorsey, 127. 
Doty, 127. 
Dougall, 127. 
Douglass, 127, 297. 



Douglass, Lord, 127. 

Douglass, Mass., 85, 152, 245, 
269, 344, 446, 577. 

Dousett, 128. 

Douville, 128. 

Dover, Brig, 48, 186. 

Dover, Del., 606. 

Dover, N. H., 237, 306, 493. 

Dover, Schooner, 444. 

Dow, 128. 

Dowe, 128. 

Downe, 128. 

Downer, 128. 

Downes, 128. 

Downing, 128, 301. 

Downing College, 49. 

Doyle, 129. 

Doyleston, Pa., 384, 405, 493. 

Dracut, Mass., 173, 325. 

Drake, 129. 

Drake, Ship, 216. 

Dramatic Critic, 330. 

Draper, 129, 575. 

Dray, 385. 

Drayton, 129. 

Dresden, Me., 478. 

Dring, 129. 

Drock, 130. 

Dromo, Ship, 259, 358, 466, 592. 

Dropsy, 498. 

Drown, 130. 

Drowne, 130, 500. 

Drowned, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 36, 
17, 41, 43, 45, 49, 51, 52, 54, 
55. 56, 57. 63, 66, 68, 73, 75, 
76, 79, 82, 84, 87, 94, 95, 96, 
97. 98, 104, 106, 108, 109, 
nr, 113, 114, 123, 124, 125, 
127, 128, 132, 134, 136, 137, 

139. 140, 147. 149. 151. 153. 

161, 165, 166, 168, 169, 185, 

186, 190, 191, 193, 196, 200, 

201, 206, 209, 211, 212, 219, 

223, 225, 228, 230, 231, 232, 

235, 239, 243, 245, 248, 250, 

26 [, 265, 267, 269, 274, 275, 

277,280, 281, 283, 289, 291, 

293, 294. 296, 297, 300, 301, 

304, 306, 307,308, 310, 315, 

317. 318, 319. 320, 324, 327, 



INDEX 



XXXV 



Drowned, — Continued. 

-.330, 332,333. 334. 33S. 34'. 

342, 345, 346, 349. 350, 355. 
358, 360, 361,363, 364, 365, 
366, 370, 371. 373. 374. 376, 
377. 378. 379. 382, 38s, 389, 
391, 392, 394. 401, 402, 403, 
40s, 406, 407, 410, 412, 414, 
417, 424, 429, 430, 433, 434, 
440, 442, 447, 448, 453, 460, 
464, 465, 466, 467, 469, 471, 
475. 479. 481, 486, 487. 488, 
489, 490, 496, 497, 498, 500, 
503. 5' 1. 515. 5 '6, 518, 520, 
521, 522, 523, 525, 526, 533, 
534, 535, 540. 542, 552. 553, 
554.561. 570. 572, 574, 575. 
581, 583, 592, 593, S94, 595, 
597. 598, 601, 602, 606. 

Drudge, 130. 

Drug Store, 171. 

Drum, 599. 

Drummond, 130. 

Drury, 130. 

Drury Lane, Eng., 189, 361. 

Dryer, 130. 

Dublin Co., N. C, 248. 

Dublin, Ire., 35, 118, 190, 210, 
321, 439, 464, 486. 

Dublin, N. H., 583. 

Dubosy, 130. 

Duchess of Clarence, 144. 

Duchess of York & Albany, 175. 

Duck Shooting. 503. 

Duckoquet, 130. 

Duckworth, 130. 

Duckloux, 131. 

Ducas, 131. 

Dudley, 131, 544 

Dudley, Mass., 34, 86, 140, 141, 
411, 428, 467. 

Duel, 58, 59, 60, 72, 77, 91, 92, 
96, 103, III, 119, 120, 122, 
124, 152, 155, 162, 173, 178, 
206, 208, 209, 222, 224, 230, 
236, 240, 257, 267, 273, 302, 
308,323,325,331, 335, 337, 

343. 344. 369. 376, 383. 386. 
404,407, 431, 439.452, 463. 
513. 539. 543, 557. 564, 573, 
585, 593, 596, 600, 601. 



Duffy, 131. 

Dufont, 131. 

Dufour, 131. 

Dugarn, 131. 

Duick, 131. 

Duke, 131. 

Duke of Auerstadt, 107. 

Duke of Clarence, 144. 

Duke of Dantzic, 345. 

Duke, Grand, 98. 

Duke ot Hohenzollern-Hecken- 

gen, 175. 
Duke of Mecklenburgh-Strelitz, 

490 
Duke of Nassau-Usingen, 175. 
Duke of Orleans, 1 19, 346. 
Duke of Olronte, 171. 
Duke of Paemtia, 343. 
Duke of Parma, 24. 
Duke of Queensbury, 127. 
Duke of Saxony, 576, 578. 
Duke Street, 23. 
Duke of York, 175. 
Duke of Loehrington, 46. 
Dull, 131. 
Duloff, 131. 
Dumb, 48. 

Dumbarton, N. H., 64. 
Dumbarton, Scot., 542. 
Dument. 131. 
Dumfries, Marquis of, 127. 
Dumolin, 131. 
Dummer, 131. 
Dunbar, 131. 
Duncan, 132. 
Duncklee, 47. 
Dundas, 132. 
Dundee, Eng., 53. 
E>unham, 132, 19, 102, 506. 
Dunham, N. H., 333. 
Dunker, Eng., 108. 
Dungeness, Ga., 402. 
Dunkirk, 26, 524. 
Dunlap, 407. 
Dunmore, Earl of, 421. 
Dunmore, Lord, 195. 
Dunn, 133. 
Dunnell, 133. 
Dunning, 133. 
Dunsonby, 133. 
Dunstable, Mass., 47. 



XXXVI 



INDEX 



Dunton, 133. 

Dunwell, 133. 

Dunwoody, 133. 

Dupee, 133. 

Duplessix, 133. 

Dupuis, 134. 

Duralde, 134. 

Durfee, [34. 

Durham, 134. 

Durkee, 134. 

Duryee, 134. 

Dutch Minister, 177. 

Dutch Tunes. 250. 

Dutchess Co., N. Y., 36, 357, 

408, 454, 484, 499. 
Dutilh, 134. 
Dutton, 134. 
Duval, 134, 422. 
Duvis, 135. 

Duxbury, Mass., 451, 469, 532. 
Dwarf, Italian, 83. 
Dwelley, 135. 
Dwight, 135. 
Dwyer, 135. 
Dyckerman, 135, 
Dyer, 135. 
Dyre, 136. 
Dyke, 136. 
Dykes, 136. 
Dysenbury, 55, 92, 205, 451. 



Eager, 137 

Eagle, 137 

Eagle, American, 19 

Eagle Bank, 240 

Eakin, 137 

Eames, 137 

Earl, 137 

Earle, 137 

Earl of Carrington, 574 

Earl of Cosselas, 149 

Earl of Dunmore, 421 

Earl of Francis, 291 

Earl of Lanesboro, 479 

Earl of Lauderdale, 371 

Earl of Oxford, 540 



Earl of Warwick, 222 

Earl ey? 138, 114, 238 

Earnest, 138 

Earnskey, 138 

Earthquake, 53, 359, 468, 606 

East, 138 

East Brewster, Mass., 89 

East Bridgewater, Mass., 42, 
158, 231, 242, 402,434, 533 

East Cambridge, Mass., 165, 273 

East Florida/ 164, 468 

East Gilmartin, 333 

East Greenwich, R. I., 25, 34, 
35. 36, 56, 62, 63, 64, 66, 74, 
104, III, 125, 15s, i6s, 175. 
178, 185, 187, 207, 213, 214, 
215, 216, 217, 2(8, 219, 220, 
229, 231, 246, 262, 269, 325, 
348, 388, 389, 411, 412, 415, 
417, 428, 430,432, 448, 449, 
454, 462, 463, 476, 477, 508, 
509, 516, 518, 531, 532, 541, 
553. 567, 568, 579. 580, 581, 
582, 584 

East Greenwich Harbor, 149 

East Guilford, Ct., 146 

East Haddam, Ct., 330 

East Hampton, 52 

East Hartford, Ct., 224, 228, 
321, 476 

East Haven, Ct., 333, 415 

East India Company, 246, 272 

East Indies, 61, 390, 522 

East Windsor, Ct, 75, 165, 283, 
325. 392 

Eastburn, 138 

Easterbrook, 138 

Easterbrooks, 138 

Eastman, 139 

Easton, 139, 288, 426, 583 

Easton, Mass., 251, 280, 290, 

3 '7. 369. 411 
Eastport, Me., 212,221, 415, 457, 

547. 602 
Eastville, Va., 501 
Eathforth, 139 
Eaton, 139 
Eaton, N. Y., 93 
Eayres, 1 39 
Ebeling, 139 



INDEX 



XXXVII 



Ecclesiastical Society, 600 

Eckford, 140 

Eckley, 140 

Eckmukel, Prince of, 147 

Eckforth, 140 

Eddy, 140, 201 

Edely, 141 

Edenton, N. C, 342, 466 

Edes, 141, 139, 582 

Edgar, 142 

Edgartown, Mass., 56, 58, 163, 
269, 321, 441, 569 

Edgefield C. H., S. C, 201 

Edgefield Dist., S. C, 286 

Edgert, 142 

Edgerton, 142 

Edinburgh. Scot., 230, 370, 395, 
477. 572. 594 

Edinburgh University, 222, 347 

Edisto Island, S. C, 388 

Editor, 19, 25, 33, 34, 38, 46, 49, 
S3. 80. 89, 95, 107, 113, 114, 
141, 143, 147, 15s, 167, 170, 
174, 182, 192, 202, 210, 214, 
217, 231, 257, 264, 292, 297, 
312, 333. 337. 352, 358, 362, 
363. 374, 391, 404. 405, 4'0. 
442, 467, 486, 487, 496, 498, 
502, 503, 507, 514, 525, 531, 
533. 538, 539, 549, 557, 558, 
559, 572, 577, 585 

Editor American, 151 

Editorial, 263 

Editress, 202 

Edson, 142 

Edmonds, 142 

Edmunds, 142 

Edward, Ship, 166 

Edwards, 142 

Edwina, Brig, 43, 63 

Educational Fame, 333 

Eichelberger, 143 

Eeling, 525 

Eells, 143 

Efrench, 143 

Effort, Brig, 371 

Egan, 143 

Eggleston, 143 

Egypt, 127 

Eighteenth U. S. Infantry, 143 



El Arch, Palestine, 127 

Elam, 143 

Elbridge, N. Y., 137 

Elder, 85, 312,354 

Elder Eddy's Church, 262 

Elderkin, 143 

Eldred, 143, 145 

Eldredge, 144 

Eldrich, 144 

Elect, President, 299 

Eliot, 144 

EHott, 144 

Eliza, Brig, 257 

Eliza Ann, Brig, 418 

" Elizabeth," a novel, 364 

Elizabeth, Brig, 355 

Elizabeth, Cape, 193 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 217,^546. 

Elizabeth River, 521 

Elizabeth, Schooner, 530, 561 

Elizabethtown, N. J., 85 

Elizabethtown, O., 186 

Elkland, Pa., 55 

Elkton, Del., 35 

Ellenboro, 144 

Ellenborough, Baron, 338 

Ellery, 144, 145 

Ellicott, 145 

Ellicott's Mills, Va., 521 

Ellicutt, 145 

Elliot, 145 

Elliott, 145 

Elliott, Me., 178, 423, 581 

Elliott, N. H., 178, 306 

Ellis, 146 

Ellis Island, N. Y., 195, 302 

Ellison, 147 

Ellsburg, 147 

Ellsworth, 147 

Ellsworth, Me., 275 

Elmer, 147 

Elmira, Africa, 177 

Elocution, 413 

Elocution, Professor of, 156 

Elton, 147 

Ely, 147 

Ely, Eng., 441 

Ely, Isle of, 49 

Emancipator, The, 147 

Embree, 147 



XXXVIII 



INDEX 



Emeline, Brig, 219 

Emerson, 148, 333 

Emetic, Tartar, 212 

Emily, Sloop, 395 

Emmet, 148 

Emraetsburg, Md., 143 

Emmons, 148 

Emperor, 121, 364 

Emperor Alexander, 556 

Emperor Frederick, 119 

Emperor of Morocco, 416 

Emperor of Russia, 144 

Empire, Council of, 602 

Empire, French, 24 

Empire, Greek, 68 

Empire, Marshal of, 118 

Empress of Austria, 258 

Encyclopedia, 502 

Endicott, 148 

Enfield, Ct., 311, 484, 564 

Enemy, 311, 419, 436 

Enfield, N. C, 168 

Engine, 361 

Engineer, 505, 507 

Engineer Corps, U. S., 151, 598 

Engineer, Mechanical, 150 

Engineer, United States, 375 

England (name), 148 

England, 22, 34, 37, 46, 47, 57, 
58, 61, 68, 71, 75, 79, 82, 83, 
87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 93, lor, 
112, 114, 117, 118, 122, 125, 
127, 129, 130, 131, 132, 142, 
143, 149, 150, 160, 162, 170, 
174, 17s, 181, 182, 184, 189, 
190, 194, 195, 196, 222, 229, 
233, 240, 242, 243, 244, 246, 
250, 251, 253, 254, 258, 263, 
269, 272, 273, 274, 279, 290, 
291, 293, 294, 306, 307, 308, 
309, 31S. 319. 323. 328, 330, 
333- 338, 343. 348, 349- 351- 
356- 358, 360, 361, 366, 369, 
371. 395- 397- 399, 400, 405, 
409, 422, 423, 424, 427, 429, 
431,440, 442, 447, 450, 451, 
452, 467, 473, 474, 47S, 478, 
481, 488, 489, 493, 496, 503, 
505- S09- S16. 522, 524, 526, 
530, 537. 539- 540- 548, 549. 
577, 586, 588, 594, 595, 603 



England, King of, 149, 192 
England, Professor of the Law 

of, 49 
England, Throne of, 321 
English (name), 148 
English, 71, 289, 369, 528, 547 
English Author, 150, 267, 591 
English Battery, 236 
English Comedian, 319 
English Court, 131 
Englishmen. 201 
English Methodist, 64 
English Prairie, 111., 288 
Enquirer, New York, 209 
Enquirer, St. Louis, 257 
Enterprise, Brig, 146 
Enterprise, U. S. Brig, 76, "jj, 82 
Enterprise, Schooner, 64, 208, 

336, 363. 594 
Enterprise, U. S. Ship, 584 
Enterprise, Steamer, 542 
Envoy, Austrian, 119 
Envoy, Ship, 580 
Epinger, 149 

Episcopal, 188,223,395,493, 559 
Episcopal Church, 59, 86, 242, 

362, 373, 375, 455, 568 
Eppes, 149 
Epson, N. H., 361 
Equerry, King's, 190 
Equeston, 149 
ErieCo., N. Y., 36, 487 
Erie Co., Pa., 179 
Erie, Lake, 26, 71, 77, 116, 151, 

235.283, 433, 468, 561 
Erie, Pa., 116, 142 
Erie, .Sloop of War, 183 
Erskine, 149 
Erving, 149 
Erving, Professor, 117 
Escause, 149 
Esdall, 149 
Esdell, 149 
Essex, 149 
Essix, 149 
Essex Bank, 441 
Essex Co., Mass., 272, 525 
Essex, Mass., 379 
Essex, Schooner, 104 
Essex, Ship, 227 
Essex, U. S. Ship, 209 



INDEX 



XXXIX 



Esten, 149 

Estey, 150 

Esther, Schooner, 190 

Estramadura, O., 215 

Ether, 177 

Etheridge, 150, 71 

Ethiopich, 604 

Etna, Steamer, loi, 180, 210, 399 

468, 593 
Eunice, Brig, 21 
Europe, 121, 343, 470 
European Commerce, 435 
European Sovereigns, 192 
Eustice, ISO 

Eustis, 150 

Eutaw Springs, Battle of, 34 

Evangelical Lutheran Church, 
538 

Evans, 150, 275 

Evarts, 151 

Eveleth, 151 

Everett, 151, 595 

Everest, 151 

Evesham, Vale of, 58 

Ewing, 151 

Exchange Bank, 298 

Exchange Coffee House, 370 

Exchange, Schooner, 31 

Exchequer, Court of, 132 

Executed, 25, 34, 36, 37, 46, 47, 
S3, 54. 59. 75- 80, 82, 84. 98, 
io8, 112, US, 118, 120, 122, 
133. »34. '55. 158, 159. 162, 
164, 171, 17s, 179, 180, 184, 
192, 195, 202, 209, 216, 233, 
238, 239, 265, 269, 293, 297, 
302, 307, 308, 310, 319, 322, 
328,331. 337. 343, 358, 360. 
363, 367. 377, 381, 394, 40s, 
406, 408, 409, 411, 448, 468, 

469, 470, 477, 481, 486, 506, 
514, 520, 523, 526, 532, 545, 
564 

Executioner, 532, 533 
Executive Council, 153, 475, 562, 

598 
Executive Council of Mass., 352 
Executive Consulate, 28 
Exeter, N. H., 1 10, 128, 146, 198, 

333, 496, 573 



Exeter, N. H., Watchman, 333 
Exeter, R. I., 42, 43, 51, 184, 
187, 188, 408, 448, 462, 506, 

546, 553 

Exiles of Siberia, 364 

Expedition, 144 

Expedition, Quebec, 204 

Expedition, St. Louis, 213 

Explosion, 71, 10 1, 109, 119, 124, 
154, 171, 175, 180, 210, 219, 
225. 357. 363, 378, 379, 397, 
399. 409. 411. 414, 415, 425, 
468,479,497,515, 520, 523, 
548, 593, 605 

Explosion of Boiler, 36, 66, 84, 
122, 125, 128, 234 

Explosion ot Gun, 246 

Explosion of Gunpowder, 271, 
298 

Explosion of Powder Mill, 38, 52 
56, 297, 298 

Express, The, 53 

Eyres, 151 

Eyton, 151 



Fabricius, 152 
Factory, 311, 467 
Factory, Cotton, 230, 247 
Factory, Lippitt, 149 
Factory, Netherland, 516 
Factory, Paper, 75 
Faculty, Member of, 288 
Fair, 152 
Fairbanks, 152 
Fairbrother, [52 
Fairchild, 152 
Fairfax Co., Va., 601 
Fairfield, 152 
Fairfield, Ct., 601 
Fairfield, Me., 147, 470 
Fairfield, N. Y., 157, 427 
Fairhaven, Mass , 39, 51, 99, 112, 

195, 248, 302, 307, 317, 330, 

501, SS3. 599- 
Fairlee,Vt.,48 
Fairman, 153 
Fair weather, 153 



XL 



INDEX 



Falconnet, 153 

Fales, 153, 170, 282, 446 

Falkenor, 153 

Faulknor, 153 

Fall River, Mass., 30, 40, 45, 51, 

64, 78, 87, 151, 172, 174.177. 

196, 226, 243, 296, 297, 320, 

326, 327, 364, 433, 467, 469, 

488, 502, 510, 560 
Falls of St. Marie, 310 
Falmouth, Eng., 173, 271 
Falmouth, Jamaica, 606 
Falmouth, Me., 357, 411 
Falmouth, Mass., 41, 264, 517 
Fame, Brig, 97, 171, 300, 337, 

342 
Family, Royal, 291 
Fannon, 153 
Farley, 153, 162 
Farm Spring, Green, 174 
Farman, 153 
Farmer (name), 153 
Farmer, 229, 351 
Farmers' Insurance Co,, 260 
Farmingham, N. Y., 40 
Farnham, 154. 
Farnham, Eng., 405 
Farnsworth, 479 
Farnum, 154 
Farquahar, 154 
Farquier Co., Va., 343 
Farquier, Va., 496 
Farrand, 154 
Farrar, 154 
Farrelley, 154 
Farren, 154, 114 
Farrier, 154 
Farrington, 155 
Fashion, 358 

Father of Western Country, 53 
Fated, 155 
Faust, 15s 
Favorite, 120 
Fawcet, 155 
Fawcett, 155 
Faxon, 155 
Fay, 1 55 
Fayal, 96, 190 
Fayette Co., Pa., 88 
Fayette, N. Y., 605 



Fayetteville, N. C, 38, 372, 396, 

454. 455, ."^SS, 600 
Fearing, 155 
Fearing, O,, 351 
Fearon, 155 

Federal Republican, 538 
Federal St., Savannah, Ga., 497 
Feeding Hills, Ct., 327 
Feke, 155 
Felch, 15s 
Fell, 155 
Feltre, 155 

Female Institution, 197 
Female Seminary, 530 
Female Soldier of Revolution, 

183 
Femoral Artery, 258 
Fencing, 175 
Fennemore, 155 
Fennell, 156 
Fenner, 156 
Fenton, 157 
Fenwick, 157 
Ferand, 157 
Ferdinand, 157 
Ferdmand, King, 202, 576 
Ferguson, 157 
Fernald, 158 
Fernandez, 158 
Ferrell, 158, 491 
Ferren, 158 
Ferrill, 158 
Ferrin, 158 
Ferris, 158 

Ferrisburgh, Vt., 241, 480 
Ferry, 373 
Ferry Boat, 570 
Ferry Boat, Jersey, 425 
Ferry, Bristol, 43, 49 
Ferry, McCards, 34 
Fertress, 158 
Ferule, 538 
Fessenden, 158 
Fever, 32, 44, 58, 71, 75, 88, loi 

124, 135, 136, 144, 14s, 147, 

154. iSS. 170, 177. 179. 182, 
186, 198, 705, 206, 242, 270, 
278, 282, 299, 309, 311, 316, 
318, 320, 322, 342, 354, 361, 
375. 392, 394, 402, 404, 405. 



INDEX 



XLI 



Fever, — Continued. 

416,419, 423, 429, 443, 447, 
457. 502, 510, 521, 523, 530, 
533. 534. 545, 548. 550, 576. 
S77. 580, 589, 598, 601 

Field, 158, 212 

Fields, 159 

Field, Braddock, 195 

Field Marshal, 121 

Field Officer, 405 

Field Piece, 264 

Field Point, 191, 301, 337, 570, 

583 

Fielding, 160 

Fifer, 83 

Fifield, 160 

Fifth Division, 205 

Fight, 553 

Fillebrown, 160 

Fillehrowne, 160 

Finagan, 163 

Finch, 163 

Findley, 163 

Finn, 164 

Finney, 164, 122 

Fire Cracker, 134 

Firefly, Schooner, 465 

Fire Fly, U. S. Schooner, 211 

Fireman, 84, 415 

Fireman's Insurance Co., N. Y., 
361 

Fireman's Journal, 486 

Fire Place, 92, 406, 561 

Fire Place, L. 1., 161 

First Auditor, 155 

First Baptist Church, io6 

First Baptist Church, Boston, 57 

First Church, Boston, 148 

First Baptist Church, Newport, 
68 

First Baptist Church, Philadel- 
phia, 267 

First Baptist Church, Providence, 
116, 1 84 

First Born in Rhode Island, 203 

First Church, 44S, 515 

First Cong. Church, Buxton, Me., 
61 

First Lieutenant, 92 

First Mate, 149, 229, 233, 252 



First Officer, 170, 232, 360, 466 
500, 528 

First Presbyterian Church, 10$ 

First Presbyterian Church, Bal- 
timore, 29s 

First Senator, 380, 565 

P^irti, 164 

Fish, 160 

Fishburne, 161 

Fisher, 161 

Fisherman, 408, 581 

Fishkill Landing, N. Y.,538 

Fishpan, 163 

Fiske, 163, 328 

Fitch, 164 

Fitchburg, Mass., 106, 128, 177, 

479 
Fitton, 164 
Fitzhugh, 164, 345 
Fitzgerald, 164, 476 
Fitzpatrick, 164 
Fitzsimmons, 165 
Fitzwilliam, 165 
Flacker, 339 
Flagg, 16s, 216 
Flagship, 198 
Flanders, 165, 316 
Flannigan, 165 
Flat Bush, L. I., 124, 160 
Flats, The Boston, 153 
Fleet, 435 

Fleet, Admiral of the, 530 
Fleet, British, 474 
Fleet, P"rench, 187, 234 
Fleming Co., Ky., 55 
Flemish Printer, 102 
Flemming, 165 
Fletcher, 165 
Fleytus, 166, 226 
Fling, 166 
Flinn, 166 
Flint, (name), 166 
Plint, It 2, 467 
Flogging, S94 
Flood, 166 
Florence, 166 
Florida, 177 
Florida Gazette, 141 
F"lorida, Ship, 263 
Flotilla, 350 



XLII 



INDEX 



Flour, 246 

Flushing, L. I., 260, 421 

Fluvanka Co., Va., 27 

Fly, Sloop, 41, 364, 377 

Floyd, 166 

Fobes, 166 

Folansby, 166 

Foley, 166 

Folger, 166, 429 

Folker, 166 

Follett, 167 

Folsom, 167 

Fones, 167 

Fontaine, 167 

Fontenoy, Battle of,|53, 122 

Foot Bridge, 583 

Foot, 167 

Foote, 167 

Forbes, 167, 279 

Forbush, 167 

Force, 167 

Force, Launch, 489 

Ford, 167 

Forday, 168 

Fordham, Eng., 437 

Fordham, 168 

Fordum, 168 

Foreman, 168 

Foretop, 55 

Foretop Yard, 527 

Foreyard, 346 

Foreign Department, 358 

Foreign Legation, Sec'y of, 155 

Foreign Mission, Am. Board of, 

foreign Mission Society, 85 

Foreigner, 25 [,25 5, 525 

Forgery, 47 

Forman, 168 

Forest, 168 

Forrest, 168 

Forrestier, 168 

Forris, 168 

Forrester, 168 

Fort, 168 

Fort Aaams, 37 

Fort Armstrong, 206, 227 

Fort Chicago, 423 

P'ort Clairbourne, 435 

Fort Cavington, N. Y., 414 



Fort Drummer, 88 

Fort Erie, 564 

Fort Gadsden, 468 

Fort George, U. C, 73, 340, 3S7> 
421, 590 

Fort Gratiat, Me., 151 

Fort Griswold, 587 

Fort Hawkins, 317 

Fort Howard, 171 

Fort James, 126 

Fort Mackanaw, 236 

Fort McHenry, 148 

Fort Mifflin, 513 

Fort Mitchell, Ga., 459 

Fort Mott, 34 

Fort Moultrie, 450 

Fort Sandusky, 311 

Fort St Phillip, 287 

Fort Scott, 391 

Fort Stanwick, 334 

Fort Sullivan, 212, 360 

Fort Utrecht, 182 

Fort Warren, 297 

Fort Washington, Md., 360 

Fort Wellington, U. C, 411 

P'ort Wolcott, 85, 293, 440 

Fortress Monroe, 297, 327 

Fortitude, Schooner, 587 

Fortune, Bay of, 49 

F'osdick, 169 

Forster, 169 

Foster, 53, 169,280, 517 

Foster, R. L, 28, 29, 47, 65, 67, 
68, 74, 85, 86, 116, 126, 130, 
140, 157, 161, 167, 169, 178, 
2r9, 235, 240, 241, 261, 262, 
268, 274, 275, 277, 279, 311, 
313, 324, 394.449. 477. 483. 
485,487, 524, 53 1, 54[, 565, 

574 
Fouche, 171 
Foucher, 171 
Foulke, 171 
Founder, 379.415 
Founders Town, 142 
Fountain, Brig, 353 
Fountain, Soda, 175 
Fousker, 171 
Fourth Regiment, 102 
Fowle, The Old, 182 



INDEX 



XLIII 



Fowle, 171 

Fowler, 171, 570 

Fowling Piece, 246, 545 

Fox (name), 172 

Fox, 230, 525 

Foxboro, Mass., 29, loi, (68, 225, 

325, 423, 469, 486, 602 
Fox Hunt, 127, 342, 343 
Foxon, 173 
Fox Point, 231 
Fox, Ship, 193 
Fox, Sloop, 280 
Frame, 173 

Framingham, Mass., 234 
France, 24, 98, 104, 1 17, 1 18, 119, 

120, 121, 122, 130, 131, 133, 
ISO, 167, 168, 183, 192, 225, 
234, 268, 306, 308, 345, 360, 
417,422, 431- 475, 4;8, 5", 
527, 543- S4S 

France, Ambassador of, 120 
France, King of, 119 
France, Officer of, n 8 
France, Marshal of, 107, 544 
France, Peer of, 118, 119, 120, 

121, 337, 408,431, 544 
France, senator of, 171 
Francis, 173 
Francisco, 174 

Francis, Brig, 360, 417 
Francis, Earl of, 291 
Francis, Ship, 174 
Francis Mary, Ship, 55, 75, 105, 

•77,293. 314. 318, 409 
Francistown, N. H., 588 
Fracas, 436 

Frankfort, Ger., 98, 175 
Frankfort, Ky., 100, 114, 182, 

183, 222, 296, 355, 378, 480, 

545 
Frankfort, Pa., 1 1 1 
Franklin, 174, 253, 417 
Franklin Co., Ga., 578 
Franklin Co., Ky., 183 
Franklin Co , Mo., 419 
Franklin Co., Pa., 263 
Franklin, Ct., 146 
Franklin, Mass., 148, 249, 347, 

399 
Franklin, Mo., 311, 414, 516 



Franklin, N. Y., 516 
Franklin, Schooner, 283, 433 
Franklin, ^^, 225 
Franklin, U. S. Ship, 228, 284, 

374, 527, 564 
Frantz, 175 
Prary, 175 
Frash, 175 
Fraud, 540 
Prazen, 175 
Prazier, 175, 430 
Frederick, 175 
Frederick Co., Md., 396 
Frederick Co., Va., 370 
Frederick, Emperor, 119 
Fredericksburg, Md., 424 
Fredericksburg, Va., 312, 348, 

350, 563, 601 
Frederickstown, Md., 155, 308, 

377 
Frederickstown, N. B., 49 
Fredonia, N. Y., 583 
Fredrique, 175 
Freebody, 175 
Freeborn, 175 
Freedom, Md., 355 
Freedom, N. Y., 483, 484 
Free Gift, Schooner, 558 
Freeman, 175, 147, 390 
Freemans Journal, 391 
Free School, 163, 583 
Freetown, Mass., 41, 80, 105, 106, 

1 16, 230, 247, 248, 341, 384, 

446, 555, 577. 600 
Free Trade, 310 
Freewill Baptist Church, 211 
Freman, 176 
French (name), 176, 264 
French, 28, 49, 198, 246, 369, 

376, 532 
French Academy, 121 
French Ambassador, 120 
French and Indian War, 141 
French Army, 287 
French Artillery, 543 
French Authoress, 119 
French Bank, 410 
French Chemist, 192 
French Consul, 24, 268, 588 
French Counsel, 210 



XLIV 



INDEX 



French^^Empire, 24 

French'Editor, 410 

French Fleet, 187, 234 

French Forces, 489 

French Frigate, 600 

French General, 119, 199, 225, 

28; 
French Governor, 331 
French Merchant, 119, 225 
French Mills, 124 
French Officer, 81, 331, 333 
French Peer, 465 
French Physician, 114, 131 
French Professorship, 564 
French Revolution, 388,465, 524, 

532, 554 
French Soldiers, 23 
French Squadron, 126 
French Vessel, 565 
French War, 47, 81, 157, 178, 

242, 256, 273, 292, 328, 453, 

495. 514 
Frenchmen, 37, 273 
Frenchtown, R. I., 220 
Freshet, 417, 511, 594 
Freshman, 179 
Fresh Pond, Mass., 95 
Freyes, Fr., 191 
Friend (name), 177 
Friend, A, 506 
Friend Minister, 53,67, 123, [48, 

171, 238, 281, 287, 298, 306, 

333. 353. 398. 423, 448. 532. 

561 
Friend Preacher, 537 
Friends Boarding School, ig6 
Friends School, 520 
Friends, Society of, 35, 38, 39, 

40, 55, 61, 67, 68, 69, 78, 83, 

85, 102, 103, 105, 109, 137, 

!38, 139, 143, "45. 146, 154. 
161, 170, 173, 197, 208, 215, 
216, 217, 219, 227, 228, 240, 
241, 242, 243, 252, 260, 263, 
268, 273, 281, 282, 294, 299, 
301, 307,309, 3'9. 335.34', 
343. 345, 365, 371. 375, 406, 
407, 413, 414,415, 421, 457. 
480, 484, 490, 491, 498, 499, 
500, 510, 521, 524, 527. 540, 



Friends, Society of, — Continued 
552, 553, 558. 561, 56s, 569, 
570, 581 

Frier, 177 

Frigate Alliance, 188 

Frigate, American, 335 

Frigate Chesapeake, 444 

Frigate Constitution, 151 

Frigate Guerriere, 128 

Frigate, French, 600 

Frigate, Junior British, 23 

Frigate President, 72, 554, 606 

Frigate Statira, 596 

Frink, 177, 100 

Frisbie, 177 

Fritchnopoly, Hin., 448 

Froeligh, 177 

Frolic, 147 

Fromentine, 177 

Frontier, 285 

Frost, 178 

Frothingham, 178 

Fruneau, 178 

Fry, 178 

Frye, 178 

Fuller, 178, 160, [67, 178, 179 

Fullerton, 180 

Fullurad, 180 

Fulton, 98, 180, 507 

Fulton, Steamer, 374 

Funeral, 35, 87 

Funk, 180 

Furber, 180 

Furlong, 180 

Furman, 180 

Furnold, 180 

Furrell, i8[ 

Furrier, 24 

Fyfe, 181 



Gabbott, 181 
Gabriel, 181 
Gadsden, i8i 
Gadsen, 181 
Galdike, 181 
Gage, 181 



INDEX 



XLV 



Gagne, i8i 

Gaillard, i8i, 405 

Gaines, 182 

Gair, 182 

Gale, 182 

Galen, Schooner, 106, 363 

Galen, Ship, 186 

Gales, 182 

Gallagher, 182 

Gallego, 182 

Galley, 182 

Gallison, 182 

Gallowayshire, Scot., 342 

Gallup, 182 

Galmer, 182 

Galmini, 182 

Galpin, 182 

Gait, 182 

Galway, Ire., 408 

Galway, N. Y., 79 

Gamage, 183 

Gambuceres, 183 

Gamble, 183 

Gambler, 599 

Gambold, 183 

Gammell, 183 

Gangway, 151 

Gannett, 183 

Gano, 159, 183, 343, 356, 497 

Gansevoort, 184 

Gantt, 184 

Garcia, 184 

Garden (name), 189 

Garden, 597 

Garden, Horticultural, 450 

Gardineir, 184, 481 

Gardiner, 184, 26, 396 

Gardiner, Me., 588 

Gardiner, Mass., 351,465 

Garlin, 189 

Garnet, 189 

Garnett, 189 

Garnsey, 189 

Garrett (name), 189 

Garrett, 47, 466, 509 

Garrick, 189 

Garrickson, 189 

Garrison (name), 189 

Garrison, 203 

Garth, 190 



Garvent, 190 

Garwin, 190 

Gary, 190 

Gashvin, 190 

Gaskell, 190 

Gasken Hill, S. C, 543 

Gaspee, Ship, 203 

Gass, 190 

Gassway, 190 

Gassie, 190 

Gaston, 190 

Gatchell, 190 

Gatekeeper, 402 

Gates, 190 

Gatewood, 191 

Gau, 191 

Gauker, 191 

Gaushi, 191 

Gavet, 191 

Gavett, 191 

Gavitt, 191 

Gay, 191 

Gazee, 191 

Gazette, Boston, 95, 442 

Gazette, Commercial, i85 

Gazette, Connecticut, 143 

Gazette, Florida, 141 

Gazette, Literary, 404 

Gazette, Louisiana, 337 

Gazette, New Hampshire, 170 

Gazette, Providence, 33, 202, 

503. 577 

Gazette, Salem, 95, 217 

Gazette, Wilmington, 245 

Gears, 191 

Geddes, 192, 557 

Geer, 192 

Geffray, 192 

Geoff ray, 192 

Gehland, 192 

Gehlen, 192 

General Assembly, 313, 434 

General Assembly, Member of, 
39. 40, 69, 73, 87, 124, 125, 
139, 143.227, 231, 287, 323, 
328, 360, 380, 386, 401, 482, 
485, 514, 516, 525, 531, 532, 

539. 564, 56s, 571- 
General Assembly, Mass., 389 
General Assembly, Va., 370, 49 



XLVI 



INDEX 



General Assembly, Jlepresenta- 

tive in, 43 
General, Adjutant, 228 
General, Austrian, 118 
General Armstrong, Privateer, 

42, 436 
General Attorney, 237 
General Attorney, N. J., 381 
General Consul, 119 
General Court, 487 
General, French, tig, 199, 225, 

287 
General Hamilton, Ship, 115, 

209, 232,438, 529 
General Hospital, Mass., 536 
General Jackson, Brig, 287, 447 
General Jackson, Schooner, 404, 

S6[ 
General Jackson, Ship, 65, 240, 

349. 376, 583 
General Jackson, Steamer, 128, 

379. 411. 415. 497 
General Hawes, Schooner, 455, 

S43 
General Land Office, 209 
General Marines, 530 
General Postmaster, 210, 252, 

283 
General Post Office, 554 
General Quartermaster, 105 
General Solicitor, 105 
General Surveyor, 375, 488, 502 
General Treasurer, [49 
Genessee Co,, N. Y., 231 
Gennessee, N. Y., 45 
Genet, 192 

Genevra, N. Y., 115, 131, 158 
Genevra College, N. Y., 393 
Genevra, Switz ,90 
Genevra, Spanish, 149 
George, 192, 477 
George I, 263 
George II, 536 
George III, 162, 429, 536 
George and Dragon Inn, 211 
Georgetown, Del., 71 
Georgetown, D. C., 26, 213, 256 

266, 271, 322, 324, 329, 354, 

369. 395. 4'>. 461, 496, 586 



Georgetown, S. C, 72, 136, 165, 
218, 219, 27s, 317, 326, 406, 

429, 531. 569 
Georgia, 33, 138, 166, 187, 190, 

238, 242, 249. 297. 330. 408 
Georgia, Dist. of, 149 
Georgia, Governor of, 297, 401, 

493 
Georgia Journal, 210, 264 
Georgia Militia, 132 
Georgia, University of, 164 
George Porter, Ship, 592 
Geographer, 348, 349 
Geography, 139. 41 3 
Gerald, 193 
Gerard, 193 
Gerer, 193 
German (name), 193 
German, 243, 347, 406, 581 
German Campaign, 507 
German Merchant, 222 
German Philosopher, 300 
German Poet, 327 
German University, 258 
Germantown, Battle of, 23, 34 
Germantown, Pa., 145, 168, 309 

42s, 483, 494 
Germany, loi, 119, 150, 175, 184, 

192, 250, 258, 267, 300, 330, 

397. 443. 490, 497. S03. S07. 

595. 599 
Gerrish, 193 
Gerry, 193 
Gerson, 193 
Getchell, 193 
Getston, 192 

Gettysburg, Pa., 253, 322, 426 
Ghent, 193 
Gholson, 193 
Gianpierto, 193 
Giant, 49 
Gibb, 193 

Gibbs, 43, 186, 193 
Gibbon, 195 
Gibbons, 195 

Gibraltar, 65, 263, 293, 517 
Gibson, 60, 195, 457 
Giddings, 195 
Gideon, 195 



INDEX 



XLVII 



Gifford, 195 

Gilchrist, 196 

Gile, 196 

Giles, 197 

Giles Co., Tenn., 353 

Gilbert, 197 

Gilfert, 197 

Gill, 197 

Gillard, 197 

Gillett, 80, 197 

Gilliam, 198 

Gillpatrick, 198 

Gillson, 198 

Gillman, 198 

Gillmore, 198 

Gilman, 198 

Gilmanton, N. H., 550 

Gilpin, 198 

Gilsidan, 198 

Gilt Button, 488 

Gimbol, 199 

Gin, 201 

Ginnado, 199 

Gipple, 199 

Girard, 199 

Girardin, 199 

Gist, 152 

Given, 199 

Given s, 199 

Gladding, 199 

Glascock, 201 

Glass, 201 

Glasses, 35, 456, 543, 606 

Glasses, Musical, 34 

Glassier, 201 

Glastonbury, Ct., 539, 543 

Glasgow, Miss., 181 

Glasgow, Scot., 132, 369, 430 

Gleaner, Schooner, 535 

Gleason, 201 

Gleaves, 201 

Glenford, R. I., 208 

Glengary, Scot., 393 

Glenluce, Scot., 342 

Glenn, 201 

Glenville, 493 

Glidden, 201 

Clisson, 201 

Globe, Brig, 97, 149 

Glocester Co., N. J., 539 



Glocester, Mass., 128, 278, 362 

Glocester, R. I., 21, 22, SS. 61, 
68, 69, 73, 75, 79- 90, 106, 
117, 141, 150, 151, 156, 162, 
169, 197, 207, 235, 236, 248, 
249, 250, 260, 261, 264, 266, 
274, 27s, 282, 289, 290, 294, 
29s. 296, 3 '4. 316, 323. 328, 
339. 344. 345. 374. 385. 442, 
445, 470, 535. 537. 559, 56o, 
564, 570, 572, 574, 582, 589, 
590, 605 

Glocester, Va., no 

Gloss, 201 

Glover, 201 

Godbold, 201 

Goddard, 19, 201, 561 

Godey, 118, 202 

Godfrey, 202, 203, 259 

Godoy, 1 18 

Goof, 203 

Gofficon, 203 

Gold (name), 203 

Gold, 33 

Gold Box, 225 

Gold Cofi&n,439 

Gold Hunters, Sloop, 108, 143, 

554 
Golden Ball Hote!, 489 
Goldingham, Eng., 543 
Goldsboro, 204 
Goldsbury, 204 
Goldsmith, 10 1, 387 
Gollman, 204 
Gotz, 204 
Gomez, 204 
Gonrock, Scot., 395 
Gonsolo, 204 
Gonsoloe, 204 
Gonsolir, 204 
Goochland Co., Va., 572 
Good, 204 

Good Intent, .Schooner, 163 
Good Return, Ship, 37 
Goodale, 36, 204 
Goodall, 204 
Goodell, 100, 204 
Goodenough, 204 
Goodhue, 204 
Gooding, 205, 467 



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INDEX 



Goodman, 205 

Goodrich, 205 

Goodridge, 205 

Goodson, 205 

Goodspeed, 205 

Goodwin, 169, 205 

Gooking, 369 

Goolsby, 205 

Gordon, 206 

Gore, 206 

Goree, 471 

Gorharn, 206, 69 

Gorham, Me., 56, 219, 243, 296, 

309. 359> 397, 399> 4 14 
Goro District, U. C, 578 
Gorton, 206, 583 
Gory, 207 
Goshen, N. Y., 133 
Goshen Poor House, 189 
Gosmer, 207 
Gosport, N. H., 230 
Gosport, Va., 96, 43 5 
Goss, 207 

Gottenburgh, Ger., 169 
Gouch, 207 
Gould, 207 
Goulding, 20S 
Gourley, 208 
Gouverneur, 208 
Governor, 24, 51, 71, 206 
Governor of Ala., 473 
Governor of Antigua, 494 
Governor of British, 174 
Governor of Canada, 512 
Governor Canning, Ship, 57 
Governor of Conn., 224 
Governor of Delaware, 54, 67, 

246, 372 
Governor Elect of La., 522 
Governor of Ga., 297, 401, 493 
Governor General of Bengal, 246 
Governor of Greenwich, Eng., 

271 
Governor Hopkins, Brig, 320, 

521 
Governor of the Isles, 346 
Governor of Kentucky, 222, 370, 

539 
Governor of Maryland, 308, 344, 

352,513 



Governor of Mass., 150, 600, 601 
Governor of Miss., 342 
Governor of Miss. Territory, 534 
Governor of Mo., 396 
Governor of Mo. Territory, 278 
Governor of Naples, 465 
Governor of N. H., 198, 335 
Governor of New York, 59 
Governor of N. C, 104, 174, 308, 

597 
Governor of Ohio, 290, 398 
Governor Paris, Brig, 465 
Governor of Penn., 164, 260, 394, 

464, 577 

Governor, Royal, 544 

Governor of R. I., 213, 241, 313 

Governor of Tenn., 396 

Governor Tompkins, Ship, 125, 
300 

Governor of Venice, 398 

Governor of Vermont. 84, 562 

Governor of Virginia, 428, 496 

Governor Royal of Virginia, 421 

Governor's Council, 135, 263 

Government, French, 33 i 

Government of Great Britain, 27 

Gowen, 209 

Grade, 209, 324 

Graduate, an undei, 239 

Graduate of Brown University, 
27,30, 31, 61,62,74,91, 117, 
126, 155, 163, 169, 170, 218, 
220, 237, 247, 25s, 259, 283, 
292, 329, 347, 375, 380, 397, 
420, 423, 450, 475, 489, 494, 
519, 520, 521 

Graduate of Harvard University, 
40, 93, 128, 182, 333, 360, 
449, 460, 464, 480, 536, 544, 
555, 591, 604 

Graduate of Rhode Island Col- 
lege, 34, 126, t37, 205 

Graduate of Union College, 558 

Graduate of Williams College, 
518,567 

Graduate of Yale University, 
139, 352, 375, 453, 460, 544, 
600 

Grafton, 209 

Grafton Co., N. H., 28, 205 



INDEX 



XLIX 



Grafton, Mass., 177, 492, 501, 

-528 
Grafton, N.. H., 484 
Grafton, Vt., 195 
Graglin, 547 
Graham, 209, 435 
Grammar, 599 
Grammar, Prof, of, 224 
Grammar School, 284 
Grammarian, 422, 505 
Grampus, Ship, 36, 375, 416, 534 
Granby, Ct., 52, 109, 225 
Grand Cross, 24 
Grand Duke, 48 
Grand Duke Constantine, 556 
Grand Jury, 273 
Grand Master Mason, [03, 292, 

S63 
Grand Officer, 398, 543 
Grand Prior of Aquitaine, I20 
Grand River, Can., 217 
Grand Seneschal, 120 
Grand Turk, Brig, 82, 123 
Granger, 209 
Grant, 210, 212 
Grantham, Eng., 298 
Grantland, 210 
Granville, Mass., 182, 267 
Grappe, 210 
Grasse, 210 
Gratton, 210 
Grattiot, Me., rsi 
Grave, [37, 333 
Graven, 21 1 
Graves, 211, 213, 595 
Greaves, 2 1 1 
Gray, 21 1, 106, 288 
Gray, Me., 423 
Grey, 213 
Grayson, 213 

Great Barrington, Mass., 297 
Great Britain, 243, 360 
Great Britain, Government of, 27 
Greatcoat, 250 
Great Desert, 514 
Great Falls, N. H., 222 
Great Gale, 142 
Great Polteney Square, 196 
Great Pond, N. H., 464 
Great Square, 532 



Greaton, 213 

Greatrocks, 213 

Grecham, 213 

Greek, 175, 450, 604 

Greek Chieftain, 435 

Greek Empire, 68 

Greene, 75, 83, 152, 188, 213, 233, 
240, 241, 242, 243, 329, 353, 
402, 463, 488, 491, 541, 547, 

550 
Green Apples, 444 
Green Bay, 171, 362, 370, 405 
Green Bush, N. Y., 72, 154, 179, 

S83 
Greene, Me., 317 
Greenfield, Mass., 313, 343, 426, 

483, 562 
Greenfield, N. Y., 65 
Greenhouse, 168, 351 
Greenhue, 221 
Greenland, N. H., 55 
Greenland Seas, 108 
Greenleaf, 221 
Greenraan, 221 
Greenough, 222 
Greenup, 222 
Greenville, R. I., 241, 571 
Greenville, S. C, 189, 366 
Greenwood, 222 
Greensboro, Ga , 60 
Greensburgh, Pa., 163, 530 
Greenwich, Ct, 397 
Greenwich, Eng., Gov. of, 271 
Greenwich, N. Y., 189, 409, 583 
Greenwich Village, N. Y., 359 
Greek, 175, 450, 604 
Greer, 222 
Gregory, 103, 222 
Grieve, 153, 222, 379 
Gielea, 222 
Grellet, 222 
Grenada Isle, 24 
Grenviile, 222 
Gresham, 222 
Gribben, 222 
Grice, 222 
Gridley, 222 
Griffers, 223 
Griffin, 223 
Griffith, 223 



INDEX 



Grime, 223 

Grimes, 243 

Grimake, 223 

Grindstone, 451 

Grinnell, 223, 33S 

Grist IVIill, 261, 555,603 

Griswold, 224 

Griswold, Ct., 258, 580 

Grocer, 265, 320, 544, 586 

Grosse Pt., Mich., 167 

Grossman, 224 

Grosvenor, 224 

Groton, Ct, 45, 96, 259, 291, 407, 

430, 528, 570 
Groton, iVIass., 339,488 
Groton, N. Y., 230 
Grouchee, 224 
Groucliey Marshal, 69 
Ground, Burial, 390 
Grout, 224 
Grove, 225 
Grover, 225 
Grundy, 225 

Giiadaloupe, W. I., 104, 225, 507 
Gualon, S. A., 336 
Guarv.!, Indian, 290 
Guard, Royal, 343 
Guatonsola, 50, 374 
Guden, 225 
Gudgeon, 225 
Guenet, 225 
Guensey Station, 118 
Guerriere, Frigate, 128, 193 
Guerriere, British Ship, 499, 502, 

530, 563 
Guerriere, U. S. Ship, 265, 585, 

596 
Gurrard, 225 
Guerrero, 225 
Guides, Inspector of, 353 
Guild, 225 

Guilderland, N. Y., 507 
(juillord, Ct , 146, 277 
Guilford C. H., N. C, 233 
Guilford, Vt., 326, 330 
Guille, 225 
Guillotine, 533, 534 
Guion, 226, 408 
Gully, 22fi 

Gunandotte River, 234, 548 
Gunboat No. 97, 406 



Gunboat No. 135, 563 

Gun, Ejfplosion of, 246 

Gunn, 226 

Gunner, 412 

Giinners Crew, 372 

Gunners Mate, 554 

Gunning, 308 

Gunpowder, 357 

Gunpowder, Explosion of, 271, 

298 
Gurley, 226 
Gurney, 226 
Gushee, 226 
Guy, 226 
Gwathmey, 226 
Gyles, 226 
Gyrma, 226, 166 



H 

Hack, 226 

Hacker, 226 

Hackett, 226 

Hadawi.y, 227 

Haddaway, 227 

Hadley, Mass., 265, 586 

Hadwen, 227 

Hadwin, 227 

Haga, 227 

Hagadorn, 227 

Hagan, 227 

Hasher, 227 

Hagerty, 231,425 

Hagerstown, Md., 80, 330, 493 

Hail, 227 

Haile, 227 

Hailer, 227 

Hauies, 227 

Hains, 228 

Hanes, 228 

Hair, 228 

Halcock, 228 

Hale, 228 

Haley, 228 

Hailey, 228 

Haliburton, 228 

Halifax, N S.. 113, 115, 120, 228, 

229, 235, 270, 363, 394, 485, 

532, 5«5 



INDEX 



LI 



Halifax, Pa., 126 

Halifax, Vt., 204 

Halked, 229 

Hall, 229, 273 

Hallenbeck, 232 

Hallett, 232, 19, 464 

Halley, 232 

Hallingsworth, 232 

Halleck, 232 

Halloway, 232 

Hallowell, 232 

Hallowell, Me., 131, 161, 266, 

374.470, S18 
Hallyburton, 232 
Halsey, 232 
Halsy, 233 
Hamburg, Ger., 139, 145, 315, 

416,468, 476 
Hamburg, S. C., 407 
Hamblin, 233 
Hammerslay, 233 
Hamill, 233 

Hamilton, 21, 233, 346, 463 
Hamilton, Ber., 260, 308 
Hamilton, Mass., 96 
Hamilton, N. Y., 525 
Hamilton, O., 316, 607 
Hamilton, Ship, 172 
Hamelin, 234 
Hamlin, 234 
Ham, 234 
Hamm, 19, 234 
Hammar, 234 
Hammett, 234, 592 
Hammond, 234, 510 
Hampden Co., Mass., 272 
Hampshire Bar, 56 
Hampshire Co., Mass., 366 
Hampstead, Mass., 492 
Hampton, 235, 122 
Hampton, Ct., 21, 67, 179, 271, 

414, 500, 514, 584 
Hampton, Me., 541 
Hampton, Mass , 486 
Hampton, N. H., 75, 379, 532 
Hampton, Va., 27, TJ, 444 
Hamptonville, N. C., 33 
Hanchett, 235 
Hancock, 236 
Hancock, Me., 282 



Handel, 503 

Handkerchief, 296, 410 

Handley, 236 

Handy, 236, 308 

Hanford, 236 

Hanks, 236 

Banners, 236 

Hannerstown, Jam., 502 

Hanover, Mass., 531, 566, 569 

Hanover, N. M., 562 

Hanscomb, 236 

Hanse, 237 

Hanson, 237, 206, 224 

Hanson, Mass , 440 

Haraden, 237 

Harbor, Boston, 57, 66, 148, 236, 

261, 280, 392, 490, 574, 598 
Harbor, Bristol. 318 
Harbor, East Greenwich, 149 
Harbor, Hyannis, 361 
Harbor, Little Egg, 267, 552 
Harbor Master, 446 
Harbor, Mobile, 293 
Harbor, New Haven, 533 
Harbor, New London, 68 
Harbor, Newport, 85, 86, 109, 

128, 293, 382, 389,407 
Harbor, New York, 29, 31, 36, 

130, 243, 26s, 315, 394, 522, 

570 
Harbor, Portsmouth, N. H., 

581 
Harbor, Providence, 283 
Harbor, Rio Janeiro, 228 
Harbor, Sackett's, N. Y., 237 
Harbor, Savannah, 447 
Hardenberg, 237 
Hardenburg, 237 
Hardeiiburgh, 237 
Harden, 237 
Hardin, 237 
Harding, 237 
Hardwich, Mass., 44, 191 
Hardwick, N. Y., 264, 354 
Hardy, 237 
Hare 238 
Harzell, 238 
Harken, 238 
Harkness, 238 
Harlem, 238 



LII 



INDEX 



Harlem, N. Y., 146, 478 

Harlem Heights, 266 

Harlin, 238 

Harlow, 238 

Harmon, Ga., 432 

Hornstein, 338 

Harp, 238 

Harper, 238 

Harper's Ferry, Va., 133, 338 

Harra, 239 

Harreatt, 239 

Harrendeen, 239 

Harriman, 189 

Harrington, 239 

Harris, 239, 442, 499, 560 

Harrisbiirg, Pa., 143, 173, 318, 

355. 400 
Harrison, 242, 607 
Harrodsburg, Pa., 66 
Hart, 243 
Hartford, 243 
Hartford, Ct., 33, 78, 104, 164, 

166,205, 284, 301, 307, 314, 

323. 330, 457, 468, 479. 480, 

5'4. 5^5. 5'9, 521, 537. S73, 

589, 600 
Hartford Co., Md., 415 
Hartford Co., N. C, 386 
Hartford, N. Y., 454 
Hartley, 243 
Hartman, 243 
Hartshorn, 244 
Hartshorne, 244 
Hartwell, 244 
Hartwich, Mass., 439 
Harvard College, 239, 308 
Harvard University, 25, loi, 117, 

154, 206, 211, 392, 458, 468, 

564, 601 
Harvard University, Graduate 

of, 40, 93, 128, 182,333.347, 

360, 449, 460, 464, 480, 536, 

544 
Havre de Grace, Md., 520 
Harvey, 244 
Harwood, 244 
Hasell, 245 
Hassel, 245 
Hasey, 245 
Haskell, 245 



Haskins, 246 

Haslett, 246 

Hassard, 246 

Hassel, 246 

Hassencleber, 246 

Hastings, 246 

Haswell, 246 

Hatch, 246 

Hatchet, 205 

Hatchman, 247 

Hatfield, Ct., 572 

Hathaway, 247 

Hathcoke, 248 

Hathorn, 248 

Hatten, 248 

Hatter, 75, 214 

Hatteras, 43, 89, 109, 326, 334 

Hatteras, Cape of, 183, 237 

Hatteras, N. C, 63 

Haughton. 248 

Haupt, 248 

Havana, VV. I., 36, 42, 46, 48, 50, 
53. 54. 58, 59. 61, 62, 65, 68, 
72, 73.77.78,84,94,97, 121, 
140, 147, 150, 153, IS4, 156, 
164, 171, 177, 179, 197, 205, 
2 12, 225, 227, 234, 239, 240, 
255, 264, 271, 275, 276, 291, 
296, 300, 302, 304, 309, 321, 
324. 335. 337. 342, 349. 3So, 
356, 364, 379.381, 382, 389, 
39 >. 394. 4 '8, 420, 421, 424, 
428, 433, 435, 440, 444, 466, 
475, 478, 489, 491, 505, 517, 
520, 536, 540, 558, 568, 583, 
584. 589. 595, 596, 6u5 

Havana, Schooner, 235 

Havana, Seige of, 41 1 

Haven, 248 

Havens. 248 

Haverhill, Mass., 171, 178, 253, 
320, 323, 378, 489, 577 

Havre, Brig, 468 

Havre de Grace, Md., 489 

Havre, Fr. , 445 

Havves, 248, 352 

Hawkes, 249 

Hawkins, 249 

Hawley, 250 

Hawley, Mass., 142, 359 



INDEX 



LIII 



Hay. 250 

Hayden, 250 

Haydn, 250 

Hayes, 250 

Hayford, 251 

Haying, 7^ 

Hayley, 251 

Hayloft, 1 16 

Hayman, .251 

Hayne, 34, 251 

Haynes, 251 

Haystack, 210 

Hay ward, 251 

Haywood, 310 

Hazard, 251, 595 

Hazard, Ship, 49, 405 

Hazeltine, 253 

Hazelton, 253 

Hazern, 253 

Hazerentine, 253 

Hazle, 253 

Hazlehurst, 253 

Head, 253 

Headiey, 253 

Heazy, 253 

Healey, 253 

Health, Committee on, 13S 

Health Officer, 121 

Heath, 254 

Heath, Mass., 141 

Heathcote, 98, 254 

Hebrew, 348 

Hebrew Cemetery, 359 

Hebrew Society, 359 

Hebron, Ct., 295, 479, 604 

Hebron, Mass., 92, 197 

Heckewelder, 254 

Hector, 254 

Hector, Brig, 183, 193 

Hector, N. Y., 544 

Hedley, 254 

Hefferlin, 254 

Hefiord, 255 

Heifer, 38 

Heileman, 255 

Helen, 255 

Helen, Ship, 26, 149, 267, 359, 

406, 5 1 1 
Heloise, 22 
Helma, 255 



Helme, 255, 465 

Helmet, Ship, 591 

Helmer, 256 

Hemans, 256 

Hem en way, 256 

Hemlock, Red, 335 

Hemlock, Water, 103, 238, 254 

Hemlock, Wild, 409 

Hemmingford, S. C., 90 

Hempstead, 256 

Henard, 155 

Hendley, 256 

Hendrick, 256 

Hendrickson, 256 

Henley, 256 

Henly, 257 

Hennessey, 257 

Hennifen, 257 

Henniker, N. Y., 597 

Henry, 257 

Henry Co., Ga., 164 

Henry Hill, Ship, 75 

Henry, Sloop, 327 

Henshaw, 257 

Heogs, 72 

Hepbern, 257 

Herald, Connecticut, 589 

Herald of the U. S., 472 

Herald, The, 498, 525 

Herb, 257 

Herbert, 258 

Hercules, Brig, 523 

Hereford, Eng., 269, 274 

Herefordshire, Eng.. 263 

Herkimer Co., N. Y., 258 

Herkimer, N. Y., 256, 422 

Herlitz, 258 

Hermaphrodite Brig Leopard, 

233 
H ermine, 258 
Hermit, 405, 515 
Hermitage, 37 
Hermoine, 258 
Heron, 258 

Hero of Champlain, 393 
Hero, Ship, 527 
Herreshoff, 258 
Herrick, 258 
Herring, 258 
Herrington, 258 



LIV 



INDEX 



Hershell, 258 

Hersey, 258 

Hervey, 258 

Hesse Cassel, 192 

Hetherington, 183, 259 

Hewett, 259 

Hewitt, 259 

Hewins, 259 

Hewlett, 259 

Heyden, 259 

Heywood, 259 

Hickok, 265 

Hickes, 259 

Hicks, 259 

Hix, 260 

Hickle, 260 

Hidden, 260 

Hierlihy. 260 

Hiester, 260 

Higginbotham, 261 

Higgins, 261 

Higginsoe, 261 

Highland Regiment, 207 

Highlanders, Regiment of, 430 

High Sheriff, 336 

Hilborn, 261 

Hildreth. 261 

Hill, 112, 199, 261, 312, 460 

Hill, The, 357 

Hiller, 263 

Hillhouse, 263 

Hilliard. 263 

Hillman, 263 

Hiils, 263 

Hilltown, Pa., 180 

Hillsboro, N. H., 292, 299,314, 

5'S 
Himes, 264 
Hinckley, 264 
Hindu Convert, 327 
Hinds Co , Miss., 342 
Hine. 264 
Hines, 264 
Hinesville, Vt., 291 
Hingham, Mass., 94, 95, 132, 

258, 265, 288,351, 453, 584 
Hinman, 264 
Hinton, 264 

Hippomemes, Ship, 523 
Hiram, Brig, 103, 536 



Hiscox, 265 

Historian, 368, 494 

History, Natural, 24, 458 

Hitchcock, 264 

Hixon, 265 

Hoar, 265 

Hoard, 265 

Hobart, 265 

Hobb, 265 

Hobbins, 265 

Hobbs, 47 

Hobkirks Hill, Battle of, 34 

Hoboken, N. J., 76, 209, 481 

Hobson, 180, 265 

Hodgdon, 265 

Hodge, 265 

Hodges, 173, 266 

Hodgkins, 266 

Hoe, 165 

Hoffman, 267 

Hoffman, N. Y., 382 

Hog, 180, 358 

Hogan, 267 

Hogart, 267 

Hohenlohe, 267 

Hohenzollern Heckengen, Duke 

of, 175 
Holberg. 267 
Holbrook, 267 
Holcombe, 267 
Holcroft, 267 
Holden, 267, 416 
Holden, Mass., 267, 449, 547 
Holderness, N. H., 332 
floldredge, 268 
Holdridge, 268 
Holkar, 268 
Holland (name), 269 
Holland, Ma,ss.. 35, 50, 503, 547 
Holland Land Co., 145 
Holley, 269 
Holliday, 269 
Flollins, 269 
Hollings, 269 
Hollis, 269 
Hoilis, Mass., 569 
Holloway, 269 
Holman, 269 

Holmes, 269, 379, 451, 600 
Holmes Hole, Mass., 97 



INDEX 



tv 



Holmesburgh, Pa., 551 

Holroyd, 270 

Holt, 270 

Holton, ?7i, 298 

Holtzman, 271 

Holyoke, 271 

Homer, 271 

Homer, N. Y., 546 

Hone, 271 

Honor, Legion of, 24, 80, 118, 

120, 398, 408, S43 
Hood, 271 
Hoods, 272 
Hoogs, 272 
Hooker, 272 
Hookey, 272 
Hooper, 272 
Hooser, 273 
Hope, Brig, 404, 526 
Hopkins, 273, 249, 394,431, 
Hopkinson, 275 
Hopkinton, Mass., 152, 172 
Hopkinton, N. H., 150 
Hopkinton, R. I., 52, 54, 67, 218, 

219. 322, 377. 466, 506 
Hoppin, 275, 141 
Horn, 276 
Home, 276 
Hornet, Sloop of War, 29, 36, 

374 
Horr, 276 

Horrodsbury, Ky., 565 
Horse Race, 543 
Horseley, 276 
Horsewell, 276 
Horsford, 277 
Horticultural Garden, 450 
Horton, 277, 582 
Horton, Eng., 400 
Horton's Grove, 430 
Hosmer, 277 
Hospital, Marine, 70, 167, 247, 

331, 412, 431, 531 
Hospital, Military, 281 
Hospital, New York, 32, 34, 92, 

97. 178 
Hospital, Quarantine, 414 
Hospital Surgeons, 169 
Hospital, U. S. Marine, 143, 595 
Hotchkiss, 277 



Hotel, Golden Ball, 489 
Hotel, Mansion House, 505 
Hoton, 278 
Hottinguer, 278 
Hough, 278 
Houghton, 278 
House (name), 278 
House Carpenter, 452 
House, Court, 273 
House, Dexter, 23 
House of Assembly, 260 
House of Commons, 479 
House of Deputies, 3 1 5, 470 
House of Northumberland, 474 
House of Representatives, 108, 

i'3. 133, 137. S14 
House of Representatives, U. S., 

57. '01 
House, Speaker of, 213 
House of South Carolina, 137 
Household, Royal, 120 
Housewright, 65, 179 
Houston, 278 
Hovey, 278 

Howard, 278, 257, 279, 431 
Howard Co., Mo., 311 
Howden, 280 
Howe, 280, 353 
Howe, Lord, 480 
Howell, 281, 116, 545 
Howland. 28 [, 46, 184, 246 
Hoxie, 282 
Hoxsie, 282 
Hoyle, 282 
Hoyt, 282 
Hubbard, 283, 260 
Hubbardston, Mass., 165 
Hubbardston, Vt., 230 
Hubbell, 283 
Hubersham, 283 
H ucklebridge, 283 
Huddy, 283 
Hudson, 283 
Hudson, N. Y., 61, 91, 109, 142, 

175, 205, 276, 277, 303, 306, 

37', 373. 437 
Hudson Point Works, N. Y., 

188 
Hudson Whig, 80 
Huested, 284 



LVI 



INDEX 



Huff, 284. 211, 524 
"Hufty, 284 
Hugh, 284 
Hugar, 284 
Huger, 284 
Hughes, 284, 497 
Hulard, 285 
Huling, 285 
Hull, 285, 193 
Hullock, 286 
Humbert, 287 
Humes, 287 
Humphrey, 287 
Humphries, 287 
Hungary, 258 
Hunots, 198' 
Hunnewell, 291 
Hunt, 288, 289, 590 
Hunt, 289 
Hunt, Fox, 127 

Hunter, (name) 290, 84, 404, 516 
Hunter, 351 
Hunter, Brig, 487, 509 
Hunterdon Co., N. ]., 81 
Hunter's Narrative, 290 
Hunting (name), 290 
Huntington, 290 
Huntington, L. I., 467, 573 
Huntington, Pa., 484 
Huntington, Vt., 114 
Huntoon, 291 
Huntress, Schooner, 313 
Huntsville, Ala., 405, 522 
Hurd, 29r 
Hurlbert, 291, 201 
Hurley, 292 
Hurlgate, N. Y., 209 
Hurst, 292 
Husbandman. 400 
Huse, 292 
Hussey, 292 
Hutchens, 292 
Hutchins, 292 
Hutcninson, 21, 22, 237, 293, 

404 
Hutton, 293 
Hyaiinis Harbor, 361 
Hyatt, 293 
Hyde, 293 
Hyde Co., N. C, 549 



Hvde Park, N. Y., 463 
Hyder All, Ship, 378 
Hyne, 293 
Hynes, 293 
Hyre, 294 



I 



Ice, 433 

Ide, 251, 263, 294, 354. 374 

If, Brig, 554 

Illinois, 66, 74, 164, 263, 559 

Illinois River, 263 

Illinois Territory, 124, 224 

Imperial Minister, 540 

Inchcald, 294 

Independence, Brig, 122, 526 

Independence, Declaration of, 

394 
Independence, Schooner, 308 

Independence, U. S. Ship, 114, 

261 
Independence, W?r for, 78 
Independent Chronicle, 507 
Independent First Presbyterian 

Church, 105 
India, 64, 277, 336, 407, 408, 479 
India, Missionary to, 426 
India Point, 332 
Indian, 310, 442, 468, 593 
Indian Agent, 249 
Indian and French War, 141 
Indian Chief, 195, 394. 453. 559 
Indian Doctress, 262 
Indian Guards, 290 
Indian Herb Doctor, 339 
Indian Massacre, 407 
Indian Merchant, 493 
Indian Missionary, 405 
Indian Prince, 364 
Indian Trader, 130 
Indian Tribe, 547 
Indian Village, 502, 530 
Indians, Cherokee, 367 
Indians, Chippeway, 358, 370 
Indians, Narragansett, 47 
Indians, Red, 547 
Indiana, 49, 148, 159, 308, 394, 

431. 498, 602 



INDEX 



LVII 



Infantry, 7th U. S., 345, 391 

Infantry, 14th U. S., 393 

Infantry, 29th U. S , 589 

Infantry, 38th U. S.. 355 

Ingalls, 294 

Ingell, 294 

Ingells, 294 

Ingersoll, 222, 295 

Ingimac, 178 

Ingliss, 295 

Ingraham, 295, 529, 579 

Inlet, Smiths, 142, 161 

Inman, 294 

Inn, George and Dragon, 211 

Innkeeper, 106, 128, 134, 450 

Innes, 296 

Inquirer, The, 514 

Inquiry, Court of. Si 

Insane Asylum, 183 

Insect, 561 

Inspector of Customs, 124, 575, 

579 

Inspector of Guides, 353 

Institute of France, 120 

Institution Collegiate, 409 

Institution, Female, 197 

Instructor, 413 

Instruments, 349 

Insurance Co., Farmer's, 260 

Insurance, N. Y. Fireman's, 361 

Insurance, Providence Washing- 
ton, 387 

Integrity, Ship, 568 

Intelligence National, 174, 182 

Intelligence, Southern, 313 

Intemperance, 42 

Interior, Minister of, 171 

Interpreter, 130 

Intrepid, Sloop, 88 

Invergarry, Scot., 393 

Invernesshire, Scot., 398 

Invincible, Brig, 548 

Ipswich, Mass., 80, 99, 266, 359, 
603 

Ira, Vt., 58 

Ireland, 24, 33, 36, i7, 67, 107, 
ir2, 127, 142, 187, 190, 205, 
210, 222, 248, 257, 263, 278, 
287, 319, 321, 367, 370, 371, 
372, 392, 394. 412, 418, 421, 



Ireland, — Continued 

439, 440, 492, 517, S6i, 562, 

564. S9I, 593> 601 
Ireland, 2d Baron of, 133 
Iren, 296 
Irish, (name), 296 
Irish, 126, 359 
Irish Bard, 440 
Irish Court, 162, 491 
Irish Merchant, 71 
Irish Miser, 464 
Irish Monarch, 439 
Irish Orator, 93 
Irish Sea, 216 

Irishman, 68, 209, 223, 545, 593 
Irishmen, 164, 233 
Irons, 296 
Ironsides, Brig, 266 
Irving, 297 
Irvine, 297 
Irving, 297, 125 
Irwin, 297 
Isaac, 297, 533 
Isaacs, 297 
Isham, 297 
Isis, Ship, 126, 178 
Island, Blackwell s, 36, 310 
Island, Block, 232 
Island, Boone, 96 
Isle, Craney, 235 
Isle, Cuniberland, 216 
Isle, Uer'rance, 433 
Isle, Granada, 24 
Isle, James, 209 
Isle, John's, 269 
Isle, Moose, 229 
Isle, North Brother, 218 
Isle, Patience, 79 
Isle, Prudence, 127, 128 
Isle, Rainsford, 236 
Isle, Prince Edwards, 195 
Isle, St. John's, 345 
Isle, Shoals, 94, 186, 358, 413, 

593 
Isle, Lopelo, Ga., 120 
Isle, Staten, 186 
Isle, Sullivan's, S. C, 90, 231, 

257 
Isle, Thompson's, 198, 222 ' 
Isles, Governor of the, 346 



LVIII 



INDEX 



Isles of Barbadoes, 206 
Isles of Ely, 49 
Isles of Sandwich, 312 
Isles of St. Christopher, 139 
Isles of St. Croix, 139, 360 
Isles of St. Cynlo, 332 
Isles of Syke, 312 
Isles of Trinidad, 67 
Italian Dwarf, 83 
Italy, 80, 150, 182, 202, 289, 358, 
377. 387 



Jack, 298 

Jack, Three Finger, 502 

Jackins, 298 

Jackman, 298 

Jackson, 256, 277, 298, 480, 499 

Jackson, La., 399 

Jacksonville, Fla., 34, 216 

Jacobi, 300 

Jacobs, 199, 300 

Jacques, 300 

Jacquesways, 300 

Jacqueys, 300 

Jacquies, 301 

Jacquith, 3or 

Jail, 158. 215, 262, 329, 334, 393, 
395, 602 

Jamaica, L. I., 98, 246, 33 r, 324, 
349 

Jamaica. W. I., 23, 596 

James, 301, 455, 534 

James Cooper, Ship, 233 

James Island, 209 

James Munroe, Ship, 145 

James River, Va., 27 

Jameson, 301 

Jamestown, R. I., 22, 26, 31, 32, 
33, 39. 70, 79, 125, 128, 144, 
171, 172, 174. 219, 251, 274, 
281, 282, 286, 329, 381, 419, 
434,466,504,505,551 

Janney, 301 

Janson, 301 

Japan, Court of, 594 

Jasper, 301 



Jassemine Co., Ky., 88 

Jastram, 302 

Java, 300 

Java, The, 193 

Jay, 302 

Jay, Me., 299 

Jerauld, 306 

Jeffers, 302 

Jefferson, 149, 195, 196, 302, 390, 

575 
Jefferson Co., Ga., 405 
Jefferson Co., Ky., 318 
Jefferson Co., Miss., 37, 554 
Jefferson, Ga., 158, 481, 532 
Jeffries, 37, 302 
Jefts, 302 
Jehrung, 302 
Jeneson, 302 

Jenckes, 241, 302, 375, 376, 444 
Jenkins, 306 
Jenkinson. 306 
Jenner, 306 
Jennings, 133, 306 
Jennison, 306 
Jericho, L. I., 260 
Jernigan, 306 
Jerome, 306 
Jersey, 146 

Jersey, Ferry Boat, 425 
Jersey, Pri.son Ship, 130, 176, 

345 
Jerside, 425 
Jersey Station, 1 18 
Jerusalem, 120, 364. 451, 467, 

594 
Jesse, 307 
Jessie, 572 
Jessup, 307 

Jesuits, Order of the, 427 
Jew, 35, 509 
Jew, Converted, 193 
Jewett, 80, 307 
Jewett City, Conn., 207, 309 
Jewish Banker, 400 
Jewish Congregation, 542 
Jewson, 386 
Jillsoii, 307 
Jim, 307 
Joe, 307 
Joes, 307 



INDEX 



LIX 



John and Adam, Ship, 515 
John Adams, U. S. Corvette, 59 
John Adams, U. S. Ship, 176, 

344. 412 
John Decatur, Brig, 144, 155, 

429, 598 
John Henrich, Ship, 306 
John, Schooner, 108 
Johns Island, 269 
Johnson, 308 
Johnston Co., N. Y., 568 
Johnston Co., N. C, 256, 436 
Johnston, R. I., 27, 44, 92, 108, 
118, 126, 130, 135, 136, 156, 
157, 160, 163, 174, 213, 2l6, 
218, 224, 239, 240, 241, 242, 
249, 262, 263, 287, 302, 319, 
323, 325, 326. 339, 364, 367, 
373. 375, 386, 392, 445, 452, 
454, 462, 464- 494. 49S. 498, 
499. 503. S04- SOS. 508, 549. 
550, 557, 560, 562, 563, 564, 
565, 567, 582, 583, 590, 593. 
60s 
Johnston, Vt., 28 
J ohonot, 3 1 1 
Joiner, Master, 43. 
Jones, 37, 39, 52, 311, 499, 516, 

S36 
Jonesboro, Me., 27 
Jonesboro, N. C., 164 
Jonesboro, Tenn., 147 
Jordan, 315 
Jordan, N. Y., 256 
Joseph King, 121, 530 
Jourdan, 315 
Journal, Baltimore, 202 
Journal, Connecticut, 214 
Journal de I'Empire, 192 
Journal, Fireman's, 486 
Journal, Freeman's, 391 
Journal, Georgia, 210, 264 
Journal, The, 403 
Journagan, 315 
Jouvet, 315 
Joy, 316, 264 
Judge (name), 316 
Judge, 60, 134, 155, ^77, 273.287, 

290, 308, 341. 359, 376, 408, 

426, 437, 464. S37, 543. 544. 

SSL 563, S89. S94, 607 



Judge Advocate, 237 

Judge, Associate, 223 

Judge County Court, 53, 126, 

185, 213 
Judge Court Common Pleas, 254 
Judge, District, 162, 4[i 
Judge, Presiding, 295 
Judge Probate, 107, 272, 326, 343, 

346,444.488, 51s 
Judge Superior Court, 154 
Judge Territory, 224 
Judge, Supreme, 150 
Judge, U. S., 122, 143, 281, 296, 

299. S54. SS9 
Judge, U. S. District, 129, 230, 

250,278 
Judicial, 6th District, 429 
Judges Court, 270 
Judson, 316 
Julia, Brig, 478 
Juliet, Sloop, 278 
June, 316 
Juner, 316 
Juniata, Pa , 406 
Junon, British Frigate, 23 
Jury, Grand, 273 
Justice, 239, 279, 280, 308, 466, 

542 
Justice. Associate, 94, 181, 357, 

573 
Justice, Associate of Superior 

Court, 163 
Justice, Chief, 49, 64, 90, 134, 
144, 164, 170, 178, 213, 272, 
282, 327, 338, 347, 366, 378, 
429, 449, 450, 459, 49r, 503, 
544, 597, 606 
Justice, Lord Chief, 98, 194 
Justice of Maine, Chief, 98, 99 
Justice of Peace, 255, 323, 397, 

412, 575. 579 
Justice of Superior Court, 1 1 5, 

146 
Justin, 316, 255 



K 



Kalhfleish, 316 
Kalile, 316 
Kaminsy, 316 



I.X 



INDEX 



Kamsubassa, Russia, 33 

Kane, 316 

Kaskaskia, 111., 306 

Knst, 316 

Kaull,3i6 

Kayser, 316 

Keech, 316 

Keeler, 317 

Keemer, 317 

Keene, 317 

Keene, N. H., 74, 425, 426, 481, 

487, 601 
Keer, 317 
Keffington, 317 
Keiser, 317 
Keith, 317 
Keller, 318 
Kellerman, 318 
Kelley, 318 
Kellegg. 319 
Kellogg, 319 
Kelsey, 319 
Kelton, 319 
Kilton, 319 
Kemble, 319 
Kemp, 319 
Kemper, 319 
Kempton, 319 
Kendall, 320 
Keniston, 320 
Kennall,320 
Kennebunkport, Me., 115, 126, 

246, 392, 421, 478, 595 
Kennedy, 320 
Kenneth, Fa., 238 
Kenner, 321 
Kenney, 321 
Kenny, 321 
Kenniston, 321 
Kenrick, 321 
Kensington, N. H., 39 
Kent. 321 

Kensloch, Lord, 312 
Kent Co., Del., 162, 497 
Kent Co., Md., 580 
Kent Co., N. Y., 213 
Kent Co., R. I., 104, 464 
Kent, Eng, 211, 358 
Kenting, 322 



Kentucky, 49, 55, 74, 103, 182, 
233. 237. 274, 278, 296, 312, 
367, 370, 4t2, 443, 539, 545 

Kentucky, Governor of, 222, 370, 

539 
Kentucky, Marshal of, 88 
Kenyon, 322 
Keppall, Admiral, 53 ' 
Keppell, 488 
Kerr, 322, 448 
Kerver, 322 
Kesler, 322 
Kethwell, 322 
Kettle (name), 322 
Kettle Point, 300 
Kettridge, 322 
Key, 322 

Key West, 345, 369, 408, 426, 
430, 453. 472, 521, 586, 595 
Keyes, 322 
Keziah, Sloop, 62 
Kilburn, 322 
Kilbourne, 323 
Kilcrease, 323 
Killed by blast, 31 
Killingly, Ct., 21,30, 73, 76, 17, 
100, 153, 162, 280, 292, 309, 
338, 339. 382, 383. 384. 438. 
452, 529. 545. 567. 579. 582, 
584, 603 

Killmalleck, Ire., 164 

Kiln, Lime, 22 

Kimball, 323 

Kimberly, 323 

Kinderhook, N. Y., 606 

King, 323, 495, 522 

King and Queen Co., Va., 515 

King at Arms, 291 

King, Bookbinder to the, 328 

King Chapel, 27 

King Ferdinand, 202, 576 

King C^eorge Co., Va., 96, 601 

Kingman, 325 

King Joseph, 12 r, 530 

King Philip, 50 

King ot England, 149, 192 

King of France, 1 19 

King of Prussia, 175 

King of Spam, 57 

King of Sweden, 57 



INDEX 



LXI 



King's Army, 353, 491 
King's Bench, Court of, 286 
Kina;'s Council, 537 
King's Equerry, 190 
Kingsbridge, N. Y., 135, 369 
Kingsbury, 325 
Kingsley, 326 
Kingston, 326 
Kingston, Jam., 207 
Kingston, Mass., 74, 532 
Kingston, N. Y., 520 
Kingston, R. I., 177, 256, 264, 

290, 46s 
Kingston, U. C, 112, 229, 565 
King's University, 523 
Kinimmicutt Pt., 403 
Kinlock, 326 
Kinnecutt, 326, 565 
Kmnicutt, 326 
Kinney, 326 
Kinsley, 326 
Kinsman, 326 
Kerby, 327 
Kirby, 327 
Kirkland, 327, 559 
Kirkpatrick, 327 
Kirkwood, 327 
Kisham, 327 
Kissam, 327 
Kittery, Me., 96 
Klingelberg, 327 
Klinger, 327 
Klawson, 327 
Knapp, 327 
Knife, 112, 160, 258 
Knight (name), 328 
Knight, J 19, 120, 408 
Knowles, 19, 329, 569 
Knowlton, 330 
Knox, 330, 494 
Knox, N. Y., 113, 358, 591 
Knoxville, Tenn., 98, 412 
Knuse, 330 
Kollock, 330 
Kosciusko, 556 
Kotzebue, 330, 532 
Kourakin, 330 
Kreps, 330 
Krimmel, 330 
Krudence, 330 



Kuham, 330 
Kuhn, 330, 331 
Kyle, 311 



Labedoyere, 331 
Labasse, 331 
La Bedayere, 331 
Labern, 331 
Laboratory, Royal, 71 
Laborer, 165, 249, 412, 566 
Labottierre, 331 
Laby, 331 
Lacey, 331 
La Chime, Can., 64 
Lacaste, 331 
Lady Superior, 528 
Ladd, 331 
Lafaye, 332 

Lafayette, 242, 306, 318, 338, 
388, 425, 431, 442, 488, 491, 

492, 545. 569 
Lafayette, Schooner, 394 
Lafferty, 332 
Lafon, 332 
La Fontaine, 332 
La Forrest, 332 
Lagourdotte, 36, 184 
Lagrand, 332 
Laing, 332 
Lake, 287, 332 
Lake Champlain, 72, 272 
Lake Champlain, Battle of, 183 
Lake Erie, 26, 71, ^^, ii6, 151, 

235, 283, 468, 561 
Lake, Old River, 1 58 
Lakes, Commander of the, 229 
Lakeman, 333 
Lallemond, 333 
Lamark, Scot., 127 
Lamas, 33 
Lamb, 333 
Lambard, 209 
Lambert, 198, 333 
Lamson, 333 
Lambrecht, 58 
Lanahan, 333 
Lancaster, 333 



LXIl 



INDEX 



Lancaster Co., Pa., 192, 263, 300 
Lancaster, Mass., 446, 536 
Lancaster, Penn., 343, 349, 393, 

413 
Lancaster Presbytery, 566 
Lancasterian School, 593 
Lancroft, 333 

Land Company, Holland, 145 
Land Holders Bank, 124 
Land Office, Com. of, 397 
Land Office, General, 209 
Land Works, 355 
Landers, 334 
Lane, 334 

Lanesboro, Earl of, 479 
Lanesboro, Mass., 283 
Lanesville, O., 312 
Lanesville, Pa., "]"] 
Laney, 334 
Lange, 334 
Langdon, 334 
Langley, 335 
Langworthy, 335 
Lanman, 335 
Lannagan, 335 
Lansalle, Ga., 525 
Lansford, 335 
Lansingburgh, N. Y., 38, 254, 

309 
La Orient, 334 
La Partru, Canada, 64 
Lapham, 335 
Laprairie, Canada, 498 
Lapreaux, 335 
Laquerk, 335 
Larchar, 336 
Laring, 336 
Larkin, 336, 486 
Larkins, 336 
Larks, 470 

Larned, 58, 104, 327, 336 
LaRoach, 337 
Laroby, 337 
Laboche, 337 
Larochelle, 337 
Larrain, 337 
Larroby, 342 
Larue, 337 
Lascelles, 337 
Lassell, 337 



Latham, 337 

Lathrop, 337 

Latin, 175, 413, 604 

Latrobe, 338 

Lauderdale, 338 

Lauderdale, Earl of, 371 

Laughboro, Eng., 168 

Laughton, 338 

Launch, 43 

Lauragnais, 338 

Laurel, Hrig, 257 

Laurel Hill, Pa., 530 

Laurel, Packet Schooner, 407 

Laurens, 338 

Laurens Dist., S. C, 427 

Lavater, 338 

Lavelle, 338 

Lavelliere, 338 

Laverry, 338 

Lavillaise, 338 

Law, 338 

Law School, 380 

Law School, Prof, in, 210 

Lawless, 339 

Lawrence, 339 

Lawrenceburgh, Ind., 179 

Lawson, 340 

Lawton, 340, 205 

Lazemore, 341 

Lazerna, 341 

Leach, 342 

Leader, Schooner, 296 

Leake, 342 

Leaperouse, 342 

Lear, 342 

Learned, 342 

Leary, 342 

Leatherbee, 342 

Letherbee, 342 

Leatherwood, N. Y., 566 

Leavens, 342 

Leavenworth, 342 

Leavitt, 343 

Lebanon, Ct., 69, 70, 147, 285, 

483, 496, 514, 564, 600 
LeHaron, 343 
LeBros, 343 
LeBrun, 343 
Lechler, 343 
Lechmare, 343 



INDEX 



LXIII 



Lechmere, 343 

Lecointre, 343 

Lecourbe, 343 

Lecroix, 343 

Lecturer, 481, 494 

Lectures, Medical, 56 

Lee, 188, 343 

Leeds, Eng., 143 

Leeson iit., Ire., 464 

LeEpervier, Ship, 564 

Lefebre, 345 

Leftwitch, 345 

Legore, 345 

Legation, Sec'y. of, 118, 155 

Legislature, Member of, 122 

Legislature of Mass., 28, 89, 312 

Legislature of S. C, 201 

Legg, 345 

Legion of Honor, 24, 80, 118, 

120, 328, 408, 543 
Le Hammedieu, 345 
Leib, 345 

Leicester, Ala., 360 
Leicester, Mass., 133, 137, 138, 

152, 329. S43, 565, 568, 569 
Leighton, 345 
Leiper, 346 
Leith, 346 
Leman, 346 
Lemiet, 333 
Lemoine, 346 
Lenox, 346 

Lenox, Mass., 143, 407 
Lenox, N. Y., 571 
Leo XII, 346 
Leon, 346 
Leonard. 346 
Leonidas, Ship, 373 
Leopold, 347 
Leopold, Hermaphrodite Brig, 

233 
Le Pope Becoit Chapel, 182 
LeRoy, N. Y., 106, 390 
Lessinger, 347 
Leslie, 347 
Lethbridge, 347 
Lethridge, 347 
Letters of Marque, 193 
Lettson, 348 
Letuz, 348 



Leuchtenburg, 348 

Le Vailliant, 348 

Le Valley, 348 

Levant, Brig, 10 1 

Leveck, 348 

Lever, 316 

Leverett, Mass., 536 

Levi, 348 

Levy, 348 

Lewett, 348 

Lewin, 348 

Lewis, 312, 348 

Lewis Co., Ky., 243 

Lewiston, Me., 397, 425 

Lewiston, Pa., 229 

Lewson, 350 

Lexington, 60, 291, 409, 468 

Lexington, Mass., 96, 113, 588 

Lexington, Ky., 57, 78, loi, 363, 

377. 392, 412, 474. 487 

Leyden, Ger., 319 

Leyden, Mass., 80, 338 

Leyden, N. Y., 70 

Libbey, 351 

Liberty, Pa., 220 

Liberty, Va., 536 

Librarian, State, 73 

Licentiate, 309 

Lieutenant, 145, i8r, 194 

Lieutenant Commander, 71 

Lieutenant, First, 92 

Lieutenant Marines, 330 

Lieutenant Governor of Connec ■ 
ticut, 2u5, 295 

Lieutenant Governor of Massa- 
chusetts. 351, 436, 515 

Lieutenant Governor of Rhode 
Island, 380, 544 

Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, 
372 

Life Guard, 362, 442 

Light Artillery, U. S. Regiment 
of, 297 

Lightburn, 351 

Light, Beavertail, 553 

Lighthazard, 351 

Lilley, 351 

Lillibridge, 351 

Lima, Peru, 75, 292 

Lima, Schooner, 97 



LXIV 



INDEX 



Lime Kiln, 22 

Lime Rock, R. 1., 31 

Lime Rock Bank, 250 

Limestone Co., S. C, 310 

Lincent, 351 

Linch, 351 

Lincoln, 21, 247, 329, 351, 449 

Lincoln Co., Ky., 545 

Lincoln Co., Me., 343 

Lincoln Legislature, 107 

Lincoln, Mass., 236 

Lincolnshire, Eng., 307 

Lincolnville, Me., 281, 367 

Lindenberger, 352 

Lindley, 352 

Lindsey, 353, 455 

Linzee, 354 

Line the Creek, 544 

Lines, 354 

Linen, 494 

Lingenfelter, 565 

Linguist, 243 

Lingan, 354 

Linn, 354 

I.inscott, 354 

Lion Crawford, Sloop, 442 

Lippitt, 285, 354, 362 

Lippitt Factory, 149, 552 

Lisbon, Ct., 52, 439 

Lisbon, Port., 119, 120, 121, 214, 
281, 359, 468, 493 

Liscomb, 355 

Litch, 355 

Litchfield, 355 

Litchfield, Ct., loi, 208, 308, 368, 
380, 454, 503 

Literary Gazette, 404 

Lithunia, 83 

Littell, 35S 

Little, 355 

Little Belt, Ship, 72, 244, 330, 
372,411,449,494,554,606 

Little Compton, R. I., 39, 49, 50, 
51. 61,62, 129, 19s, 196, 212, 
216, 223, 253, 263, 280, 372, 
373, 446, 447, 454, 461, 462, 
463, 511, 5 '2, 546, 550, 556, 
558, 577. 596 
Little Egg Harbor, 267, 552 
Little Falls, N. Y., 157, 391 



Little Rest, R. I., 177, 506 

Little River, 49 

Little Rock, Ark., 267 

Littlefield, 356 

Littlepage, 356 

Littler, 356 

Littleton, N. H., 192, 204, 353, 
447. 510 

Littletown (W. Prov., R. I.), 95 

Livermore, 356 

Livermore, Me., 169 

Liverpool, 356 

Liverpool, Eng., 116, 152, 233, 
239, 292, 301, 304, 349, 353, 
388, 455, 485 

Liverpool, N. S., 405, 417, 471 

Livingston, 356 

Livingstone, 357 

Livingston Manor, 356 

Livonia, Pa , 251 

Lloyd, 357, 377 

Lobelia, 234 

Lockorin, 357 

Locke, 357 

Lock Hospital, 539 

Lock, N. Y., [ 10 

Lock, Pa., 317 

Lockmere Point, 381 

Lockwood, 136, 358 

Locust Grove, Ky., 53 

Lofft, 358 

Logan, 195, 358, 367 

Logas, Afr., 340 

Loraas, 358 

Lombard, 358 

Lomber, 358 

London, Eng., 24, 36, 42, 43, 46, 
57, 68, 75, 77, 81, 83, 115, 
127. 133. '43. 145. "SO, 153. 
'55, 157. 176, 189, 190, 192, 
194. 197. 208, 210, 239, 257, 
259, 267, 286. 288, 290, 348, 
350, 356, 358, 361, 363. 372. 
377. 387, 397. 401, 4'0, 421, 
428, 432, 435, 441, 447, 464, 

465, 479. 48t, 491. 496, 498, 
502, 505, 514, 523, 526, 534, 
549. 590, 599 

London Morning Chronicle, 467 

London, U. C, 78, 257 



INDEX 



LXV 



Londonderry, 358 
Londonderry, N. H., 270, 447, 

475. 499. S88 
Long, 307, 358, 408 
Long Branch, 505 
Long Island, 232, 266, 334, 341, 

406, 424, 514 
Long Island Sound, 56, 184, 345, 

397. SS4 
Long Wharf, Boston, 270, 327, 

412 
Long Wharf, Newport, 31, 163, 

464 
Longfellow, 203, 358 
Longhead, 360 
Longmeadow, Mass., 68 
Lonsdale, 359 
Look, 359 
Loomis, 359 
Lopewell, 359 
Lopez, 204, 359, 505 
Lord, 359 
Lord Bishop, 465 
Lord, Bushan, 149 
Lord Calthrope, 23 
Lord Castlereagh, 144 
Lord Chief Baron, 132 
Lord Chief Justice, 98, 194 
Lord Douglass, 1 27 
Lord Dunmore, 195 
Lord Howe, 480 
Lord Percy, 432 
Lord St. Vincent, 435 
Lord Sherbourne, 134 
IvOrd Viscount Bridgeport, 271 
Lord Viscount Sidney, 46 
Loring, 360 
Lorotch, 360 
Lorrenville, 360 
Lothrop, 360 
Loud, 360 

Loudon Co., Va., 414 
Louis, 360 
Louis XVI, 131, 171, S32. 533. 

S43 
Louis XVII, 20 
Louis XVIII 120, 360, 455 
Louisa, Ship, 275, 510 
Louisberg, Ga., 512 
Louisberg, N. S., 88 



Louisiana, 42, 103, 115, 144, 177, 

370, 479, 604 
Louisiana Advertiser, 531 
Louisiana, District of, 122 
Lousiana, Gov. Elect of, 522 
Louisiana Gazette, 337 
Louisiana, Ship, 269, 317 
Louisiana Rambler, 38 
Louisiana, U. S. District Court 

of, 51 
Louisville, Ga., 123, 548 
Louisville, Ky., 31, 60, 85, 135, 

198,243, 312, 314, 349, 531, 

596 
Love, 360 
Lovers Leap, 542 
Lovell, N. H., 292, 361 
Lovegrove, 361 
Lovie, 361 
Lovejoy, 361 
Lovelace, 361 
Loveridge, 361 
Lovett, 361 
Low, 361, 323 
Lowden, 363, 
Lowell. 363 

Lower Falls, Newton, Mass., 293 
Lower Sandusky, O., 274 
Lowruna, Ship, 235 
Lowville, N. Y., 450 
Lownes, 363 
Lauraburga, 115 
Lubec, Me., 70, 112, 155, 488 
Lucas. 363 
Lucerne, 111 , 267 
Lucket, 363 
Luckett, 363 
Luckey, 363 
Lucy, 363 
Ludlow, 363 
Ludlow, Mass., 522 
Lufkin, 363 
Lum, 363 
Lumbra, 363 
Lumly, 363 
Lunenburgh, Va., 233 
Lunenbury, N. S., 138 
Lunenbury, Vt, 448 
Luny, 363 
Lupewlow, 364 



LXVI 



INDEX 



Lusett, 344 

Lush, 364 

Lusignan, 364 

Luther, 202, 364, 456 

Ludwidge, 366 

Lye, Hot, 167 

Lyell, 366 

Lyman, 366 

Lyme, Ct., 224, 261, 307, 359, 

458, 548, 571 
Lyme, N. H., 166 
Lynch, 366 
Lyndon, 54, 302, 366, 
Lyndon, Vt., 240, 437, 566 
Lyndeboro, N. H., 220 
Lynn, Mass.. 74, 188, 393, 436, 

440, 510, 58 1, 598 
Lynn, Regis, Eng., 510 
Lynnfield, 511 
Lyon, 367 
Lyoman, 328 
Lyons, 367 
Lyons, Eng., 539 
Lyons, France, lor, 122, 515, 

535 
Lyons, Farm, N, J., 442 
Lyscomb, 368 



M 



Mabrae, 368 

Macao, 516 

Macbeth, 368 

Macarty, 368 

Macassor, 456 

MacCuUock, 368 

MacDonough, 368 

Macedonian, U. S. Ship, 24, 309, 

455. 496 
Macerj, Cuba, 395 
Macey, 368 
Macguire, 368 
Macgraw, 368 
Machines of Wellesley, 93 
Macker, 368 
Mackie, 368 
Mackintosh, 368 



Macklin, 368 

Maclay, 369 

Maclean, 369 

Macomb, 369 

Macombe, 369 

Macomber, 369 

Macon, 369 

Macon, Ga., 42 

Macpherson, 369 

Macruder, 370 

MacWilliam, 370 

Macy, 370 

Madalina, 481 

Madame Bestrand, 123 

Madeira Isle, 396 

Madgeburgh, Fr., 28, 152 

Madison, 370, 522 

Madison Co., N. Y., 236, 571 

Madison, Ct., 345 

Madras, 271 

Madrid, Sp., 366, 439, 514, S30. 

532 
Maffatt, 370 

Magazine Analectic, 533 
Magee, 370 
Magill, 370 
Magruder, 370 
Maguire, 370 
Maher, 370 
Mahoney, 370 
Maine, 31, 94, 349, 352, 356, 358, 

37' 
Maine, District of, 343, 598 
Maine, Governor of, 352 
Maine, Sloop, 587 
Maitland, 371 
Magistrate, 273 
Major General, 205, 380 
Major, 182, 371 
Majunga, Mad., 410 
Makeel, 371 
Malaga, 81, 234 
Malbone, 371 
Malcomb, 371 
Malcolm, 371 
Maid, 371 

Maiden, Mass., 425, 435, 480 
Mallary, 371 
Mallory, 372 
Malleston, 372 



INDEX 



LXVII 



Mallett, 372 

Malley, 372 

Malmesbury, 372 

Malone, 372 

Maloney, 372 

Malt, 199 

Maltby, 372 

Maltinby, 297 

Mammas, 372 

Manager (name), 372 

Manchester, 67, 91, 207, 372, 462, 

Sio 
Manchester, Ct., 73 
Manchester, Eng., 64, 292, 598, 

602 
Manchester, Mass., 47, 58, 311, 

410 
Manchester, N. H,, 588 
Manchester, S. C, 393 
Manchester, Schooner, 362 
Mancrius, 373 
Mangle Wurzell, 348 
Manhattan, Sloop, 497 
Manhattanville, N. Y., 173 
Manheim, Ger., 532 
Mankeim, Pa., 496 
Manley, 213 
Mann, 373 

Mannahawkin, N. J., 474 
Manners, 374 
Manning, 374 
Man of War, 131 
Manrovia, W. Afr., 559 
Mansel, 374 
Man sett, 375 
Mansfield, 375 
Mansfield, Mass., 76, 160, 179, 

217, 225, 228, 266, 486, 521, 

583 
Mansion House Hotel, 505 
Mansion, 375 
Manton, 44, 375 
Manuel, 376 
Manufacturing Co., Newport, N. 

Y., 27s 
Maple Tree, 258 
Maran, 376 
Maransin, 376 
Maravian Sec, 47 
Marble, 376 



Marblehead, Mass., 45, 112, 115, 
124, 130, 17s, 182, !88, 242, 
254, 263, 273, 345, 349, 350 

Marcellin, 376 

March, 376 

Marchant, 376 

Marden'orough, 139, 377 

Marechal, 377 

Margrave, Eng., 318 

Margaret, Brig, 469 

Maria, Brig, 127, 582 

Marick, 437 

Marietta, O., 27, 36, 151, 217, 
398,402,405,491, 515 

Marines, Corporal of, 70 

Marine Corps, 114, 221, 272 

Marine Corps, U. S, 231, 309, 

435. S2I, 530 
Marme Hospital, 70, 167, 247, 

331, 412, 431, 531 
Marine Hospital, U. S., 143 
Marines, Lieutenant of, 330 
Marines, Minister of, 119, 120 
Marine Office, 186 
Marine, Royal, 599 
Marine Service, 213, 476 
Marion, 377 

Marion District, S. C, 201, 277 
Marino, 377 
Mark, 377 
Market, 124 

Market Square Prov., 19 
Markley, 377, 427 ~ 
Marque, Letter of, 193 
Marks, 377 
Marksman, 543 
Marlboro, 377 

Marlboro, Mass.. 23, 78, 470 
Marlboro, N. H., 160 
Marquis, r 18, 122 
Marquis of Dumfries, 127 
Marryott, 377 

Marseilles, Fr., 34, 57, 117, 143 
Marseilles Hymn, 190 
Marsh, 377 
Marshall (name), 378 
Marshal, 117, 149, 356, 407, 465 
Marshal DeCamp, 364 
Marshal de LaCour, 119 
Marshal of District, 564 



LXVIII 



INDEX 



Marshal of Empire, ii8 
Marshal, A Field, 121 
Marshal of France, 107, 544 
Marshal Groughy, 69 
Marshal of Kentucky, 88 
Marshal of Mississippi, 342 
Marshal of the Palace, 1530 
Marshal, United States, 286, 489 
Marshall, Victor, 1 19 
Marshfield, Mass., 45, 92, 197, 

428, 474, 480, 545 
Marston, 379 

Martha's Vineyard, 68, 80, 96 
Martin, 379, 65, 95, • >7. 130, 286, 

590,59' 

Martin, A Bee, 576 

Martinique, W. I., 548 

Marvin, 382 

Mary Ann, Brig, 500 

Mary Ann, Schooner, 167 

Mary Almy, Ship, 455 

Mary, Brig, 48, 162 

Mary Eliza, Brig, 369 

Mary MacKay, Schooner, 128 

Mary, Sloop, 108, 143, 554 

Maryland, 38, 43, 93, loi, 107, 
III, 126, 133, 134, IS7, 184, 
195, 224, 278, 288, 301, 310, 

319, 344. 347. 363. 370, 374> 

379. 382, 388, 392, 407, 424, 

427, 429, 475- 493. 577. 594, 

Maryland, Bishop of, 51 

Maryland, Gov. of, 308, 344, 513 

Maryland, U. S. Senator from, 

237 

Maryland .University, 102 

Maseena, 343 

Mash, 382 

Mason, 382, 187, 348 

Mason Co., Ky., 503 

Mason, Grand Master of, 103, 
292 

Masquera, 385 

Massachusetts, 38, 49, 60, 92, 
105, 108, IIS, 164, 179. 232, 
233, 265, 272, 280, 305, 307, 
330, 336. 346, 347. 349. 352, 
360, 372, 376, 380 405, 419, 
450, 456, 462, 499, S14, 519, 
534. 542, 544. 562, 604 



Massachusetts, Acting Gov. of' 

35' 

Massachusetts General Assem- 
bly, 389, 456, 470, 479, 566 

Massachusetts Assembly, Mem- 
ber of, 282, 344 

Massachusetts, Chief Justice of, 

98,99 
Massachusetts Constitution, 170 
Massachusetts, Ex. Council, 352, 
Massachusetts General Hospital, 

536 

Massachusetts, Governor of, 1 50, 
600, 601 

Massachusetts, Legislature, 28, 
89, 104, 312 

Massachusetts Legislature, Mem- 
ber of, 346 

Massachusetts, Lt., Gov., of, 351, 

436, 515 
Massachusetts Line, 488 
Massachusetts Medical Society, 

494 

Massachusetts Militia, 205 

Massachusetts Senate, 472, 525 

Massachusetss, Ship, 363 

Massachusetts Spy, 601 

Massachusetts Yeoman, 114 

Massacre, 131, 442 

Massacre, Indian, 407 

Massey, France, 190 

Massie, 385 

Massminster, 385 

Master Commandant, 183 

Master of Grand Masons, 103, 
292 

Mastick, L. I., 564 

Masury, 385 

Matanzas, W. I„ 32, 33, 104, i 05, 
127, 172, 178, 203, 230, 257, 
269, 272, 296, 319, 353, 360, 
373. 403. 449. 454, 473, 527, 
529, 551. 554. 581 

Mathematics, Prof, of, 134, 145, 

293 
Mathews, 386, 603, 
Matthews, 386 
Mathewson, 386 
Mattson, 387 
Matignon, 387 



INDEX 



LXIX 



Matila, Brig, 65 

Matilda, U. C, 452 

Mattawan, 222 

Matteson, 387 

Mattis, 387 

Maunsell, 387 

Maurice, 387 

Mauran, 387 

Maury, 388 

Maurzerk, Afr., 514 

Mausoleum, 238 

Mavis, 388 

Mawney, 388 

Maxcy, 388 

Maxfield, 388 

Maxon, 389 

Maxson, 389 

Maxwell, 389, 67, 259 

May, 389, 390 

May, Cape of, 55 

Mayberry, 390 

May hew, 390 

Mayhew, Choctaw, 325 

Maynard, 390, 547 

Mayo, 390 

Mayor, 9'. 99. 'Si. 306, 318,402, 

472, 538, 569, 579 
Mayston, 390 
Mazeen, 390 
Mazzei, 390 
McAllister, 391 
McAlster, 391 
McArdle, 391 
McAyres, 391 
McBride, 391 
McCall, 391 
McCallon, 391 
McCarkle, 391 
McCarrie, 391 
McCarty, 391, 383 
McCauley, 391 
McCord's Ferry, 34 
McCormick, 391 
McCoskey, 392 
McCoy. 392 
McClellan, 392 
McClintock, 392 
McCloud, 392 
McCluney, 405 
McClure, 392 



McCreedy, 392 
MacCreery, 392 
McCreery, 392 
McCue, 392 
McCullock, 392 
McDale, 392 
McDonald, 392 
McDonnell, 393 
McDonough, 393, 147 
McDowell, 393 
McDuffie. 393 
McFarland, 393 
McGalloway, 219 
McGarrick, 394, 412 
McGary, 394 
McGebon, 394 
McGee, 394 
McGinnis, 394 
McGowen, 246 
McGrath, 394 
McGregor, 394 

McGuyer, 394 

McHenry, 394 

Mcllvaine, 394 

Mclnnes, 394 

Mcintosh, 394, 132 

Mclntyre, 394 

McKay, 394 

McKeen Co., Pa., 169 

McKeeanie, 395 

McKenney. 395 

McKensie, 395 

MeKenzie, 395 

McKibbon, 395 

McKinley, 395 

McKinn, 395 

McKinney, 395 

McKinnon, 395 

McKinstrey, 395 

McLane, 396 

McLaughlin, 396 

McLean, 396 

McLlellan, 291 

McMakin, 396 

McMillan, 396 

McMinn, 396 

McNair, 396 

McNaughton, 396 

McNeal, 396 

McNeil, 396 



LXX 



INDEX 



McNeill, 396 

]y[cPherson, 396 

McRone, 396 

Meachan, 396 

Meade, 397 

Meadeville, Ct., 46 

Meadeville, O., 397 

Meadesa, 397 

Means, 397 

Mears, 397 

Mechanics Bank, 284 

Mechanical Science, Prof, of, 92 

Mechanic, Steamboat, 180 

Mecklinburgh-Streltz, 397 

Mecklenburgh-Slreltz, Duke of, 

490 
Mecklenburgh-Streltz, Prince of, 

577 
Mecklenburgh Co., Va., 288 
Mecklenburgh, N. C, 633 
Medbury, 397 
Medfield, Mass., 236, 487 
Medtord, Mass., 174, 221, 442, 

595 
Medford, N. J., 503 
Medicine, Prof, of, 222 
Mediterranean Sea, 114, 160, 183 
Mediterranean Squadron, 128, 

186, 331 
Medway, Mass., 279, 348, 412, 

420, 459, Sii 
Meerfelt, 597 
Megory, 397 
Meigs, 397 
Meilham, Fr., 1 19 
Mein, 298 

Melanthro, Ship, 491 
Melish, 398 
Melville, 398 
Memorial Sermon, 64 
Men Minute, 266 
Mendam, 4r4 
Mendenhall, 398 
Mendon, Mass., 40, 49, 60, 69, 

74, 89, 102, 115, 152, 173, 

178, [90. 192, 268, 3 to, 318, 

329. 333- 344, 361, 374- 394. 
426, 445, 446. 460, 470, 486, 
497. 5uo, 504, 518, 555, 571, 
S87 



Menoce, 398 

Menzies, 398 

Mercantile Advertiser, 89 

Mercantile Paper, 292 

Mercater, Ship, 269, 446 

Mercellus, Ship, 366 

Mercer, Pa., 59, 319 

Mercersburg, Pa , 279, 394 

Merchant (name), 398 

Merchant, French, 119, 225 

Merchant, German, 222 

Merchant, Irish, 71 

Mercury, 166 

Mercury, Newport, 525 

Mercury Ofifice, 377 

Meredeth, 398 

Meredith, N. H., 131, 238, 517, 

569 
Merethew, 398 
Meriden, Ct., 404 
Meriden, Ship, 304 
Merino Sheep, 287 
Merrett, 398 
Merriam, 398 
Merrian, 399 
Merrick, 399 

Merricks Mills, U. C.,593 
Merifield. 399 
Merrifield, 399 
Merrell, 399 
Merry, 399 
Mesier, 399 
Messenger, 399 
Messer, 374 
Messerole, 399 
Messina, Italy, 186, 206 
Metcalf. 399 
Methodist, 65, 138, 190,290, 316, 

321, 344/535. 593 
Methodist l^ishop, 192 
Methodist Church, 105 
Methodist English, 64 
Methuen, Mass., 148 
Mexico, 358, 594 
Mexico Minister, 435 
Mexican Navy, 570 
Meyer, 400, 416 
Miami Settlement, 607 
Michall, 337 
Michillimakinack, Mich., 201 



INBEX 



LXXI 



Micholsky, 400 
Micklefield, 400 
Microcesm, The, 19 
Middleboro, Mass., 25, 40, 66, 83, 

299. 325. 349. 365. 369. 42s. 
458, 462, 466, 486, 500, 502, 

555. 556, 572, 597, 606 
Middlebury, Vt., 49, 70, 265, 327, 

374, 428,431. 530, 594 
Mideleford, Del., 71 
Middle Haddam, Ct, 547 
Middlemore, 400 

Middle Settlement, N. Y., 599 

Middlesex Co., Mass., 169, 488 

Middlesex, Ct., 339 

Middleton, N. H., 516 

Middletown, Ct., 33, 51, 61,76, 
86, 99, 122, 168, 211, 277, 
309. 327, 363. 368, 393. 402, 
441, 462, 527, 530, 574 

Middletown, Del., 528 

Middletown, Md., 603 

Middletown, R. I., 26, 39, 40, 53, 
55, 62,63, 103, 153, 180, 185, 
207, 208, 229, 248, 252, 273, 
296, 372, 373, 389, 406, 453, 
460, 461, 484, 485, 502, 513, 
521, 522, 533, 548. 56s, 569, 
57', 595.596,605 

Midgett, 400 

Midshipman, 29, 59, 60, 81, 96, 
98, 103, 128, 160. 167, 175, 
176, 181, 198,209, 222, 229, 
236, 261,265,331, 334, 363, 

375, 404, 416, 449, 465. 477. 
481,491,496, 519, 532, 534, 

570, 589. 596 
Midwife, 127, 168 
Mifflin, 400 
Milan, 131 
Miles, 401 

Miles Standish, Brig, 495 
Milford, Ct., 539 
Milford, Del., 246 
Milford, Mass., 58, 89, 202, 312, 

602 
Military Academy, 95, 145 
Military College, 489 
Military Hospital, 281 
Military U. S. Academy, 238 



Militia, 380, 498, 549, 562 

Militia British, 441 

Militia, Georgia, 132 

Militia, Mass., 205 

Mill (name), 401 

Millard, 401, 169 

Millerd, 401 

Millbury, Mass., 40, 44, 48, 50, 

133. 239. 251, 286, 306 
Milledge, 401 
Milledgeville, Ga., 136, 210, 21 r, 

261, 264, 366, 524 
Miller, 40, 123, 198, 305, 401 
Millerstown, Pa., iii 
Millers Place, L. I., 255 
Millgroves, 404 
Milliner, 404 
Milliot, 404 
Mills, 404 

Millville, Mass., 89 
Millward, 405 
Milo, N. Y., 158 
Milson, 405 
Milton, 405 
Milton, Mass., 230, 244, 277,281, 

585 
Milton, N. H., 58 
Milton, N. C, 331 
Mina, 405 
Minareo, 515 
Minard, 405 
Mine, 163 
Mine, Coal, 1 17 
Miner, 405 
Mineralogist, 604 
Minerva, The, 363 
Mines (name), 406 
Minis. 406 

Minisink, N. Y., 55, 519 
Minister, 64, 138, 387 
Minister, Associate, 27 
Minister, Baptist, 158, 217, 557 
Minister, British, 298 
Minister, Congregational, 522 
Minister, Dutch, 177 
Minister, Friend, 53, 67, 123, 148, 

171, 238, 281, 287, 298, 333, 

353, 398, 423. 448, 532, 561 
Minister, Imperial, 540 
Minister of Interior, 171 



LXXII 



INDEX 



Minister of Mexico, 435 
Minister, Prime, 204 
Minister, Russian, 213 
Minister, Spanish, 120, 135, 439 
Minister, State, 121 
Minister, Swedish, 119 
Minister to United States, 27, 

121, 209, 287, 526, 527 
Ministry, 95, 96, 99 
Mino, 406 
Minor, 406 
Minturn, 406 
Minute Men, 166 
Mirror, Connecticut, 352 
Miser, Irish, 464 
Mission, 130, 190 
Mission, Ameican Board of P'or- 

eign, 151 
Mission, Baptist, 528 
Mission, Palestine, 450 
Missionary, 64, 151, 183, 510 
Missionary, American, 68, 412, 

428, 451, 479 
Missionary, Baptist, 559 
Missionary, Indian, 405 
Missionary of the Cross, 283 
Missionary to India, 426 
Missionary, Union, 282, 354 
Mississippi, 237 
Mississippi, District of, 554 
Mississippi, Governor of, 342 
Mississippi, Marshall of, 342 
Mississippi River, 252, 364, 479, 

604 
Mississippi Territory, 128, 269, 

308, 379. S'9. 593- 
Mississippi Territory, Governor 

of, 534 

Missouri, 33, 469 

Missouri, Governor ot, 396 

Missouri Territory, 256 

Missouri Territory, Governor of, 
278 

Mitchell, 406 

Miter, 407 

Mobile, Ala., 30, 33, iii, 133, 
'34. 149. '54. 205,232, 233, 
240, 294, 324, 340, 356, 371, 
395. 405. 486, 496, 508, 516, 
5 '7. 533. 557. 569. 570, 594, 
599. 605 



Mobile Harbor, 293 

Mobile Point, Ala., 313 

Moceck, 407 

Modococy, Md., 333 

Moe, 408 

Moffatt, 408 

Moffett, 408 

Moggalbane, Ire., 439 

Mohegans, 390 

Moir, 408 

Molly, 408 

Molly, Schooner, 175 

Molyneaux, 408 

Mom us, 408 

Monarch, Irish, 439 

Moncrief, 408 

Money, 408 

Monitor, Brig. 115 

Monitor, The Washington, 263 

Monk, Lewis, 349 

Monks, 408 

Monmouth, Battle of, 23, 168 

Monmouth Co., N. J., 302, 414 

Monmouth, N. ]., 176, 425, 437, 

468, 493, 543 
Monnier, 408 
Monnis, 408 
Monopolist, Ship, 31 1 
Monroe, La., 410 
Monroe, N. Y., 291, 350 
Mons, Fr., 448 
Monseiar, 46, 115 
Monson, Mass., 90 
Montague, 408 
Montague, Mass, 134 
Montecello, Ga., 223 
Montecello, Miss., 518 
Montecello, Va., 302 
Montevideo, 403 
Montgomery, 408, 312 
Montgomery, N. Y., 26, 107, 290 
Montpelier, Ala., 251 
Montpelier, Vt., 213 
Montpelier, Va., 370 
Montreal, Can., 257, 310, 319, 

353,415. 488,498 
Montrose. Pa., 238 
Montville, Ct., 69, 103, 263 
Montvilliers, Fr., 127 
Moodey, 408 
Moodie, 408 



INDEX 



LXXIII 



Moody, 409 

Mooney, 409 

Moor, 293 

Moore, 409, 138 

Moorehouse, 410 

Moran, 410 

Morean, 410 

Morgan, 410 

Morley, 4 1 1 

Morning Star, Ship, 73, 197, 283 

Moro Castle, 505 

Morocco, 558 

Morocco, Emperor of, 416 

Morrell, 41 1 

Morris, 41 1 

Morrison, 412 

Morristown, N. J., 299, 524, 538 

Morrows, 412 

Morse, 412, 344 

Morton, 413, 116 

Moses, 414 

Mosher, 413 

Moshier, 413 

Moseley, 414 

Mosley, 414 

Mosly, 414 

Moss, 414 

Mott, 414 

Mott, Fort, 34 

Moule, 415 

Moulethrope, 415 

Moulton, 415 

Molton, 415 

Moultonboro, N. H., 396 

Mower, 415 

Mowry, 415, 19, 305, 386 

Muenscher, 416 

Muir, 416 

Muiller, 41b 

Muldray, 416 

Mnley, 416 

Muller, 417 

Mulligan, 417 

Mullins, 417 

Mumford, 417, 117, 411, 575 

Munday, 418 

Munroe, 418, 50, 354, 372 

Munro, 418, 557 

Munson, 420 

Munyan, 420 



Murchison, 420 
Murdough, 420 
Murdock, 420 
Murfey, 421 
Murphy, 421 
Murray, 421 
Murry, 421 
Musgrove, 422 
Mygatt, 422 
Meyers, 422 
Myril, 422 
Myrrick, 422 
Myricks, 422 



N 



Najoe, 423 

Nancy, Ship, 440 

Nantucket, Mass., 35, 39,40, 52, 
57, 61, 62, 114, 139, 149, 166, 
169, 176, 182, 188, 192, 205, 
220, 246, 25s, 264, 286, 292, 
304, 306, 316, 368, 379, 393, 
406, 407, 422, 429, 461, 475 
477, 478, 524, 576, 594, 603 

Nantz, Fr., 551 

Naper, 423 

Napier, 423 

Naples. It, 46, 69, 150, 153, 157, 

'79. 193. 439.444. 472 
Napoleon, 24, 28, 98, 123, 331, 

338. 503 

Nardesky, 423 

Narragansett Indians, 47, 593 

Na.sh, 423 

Nashawinna Isle, 561 

Nashville. Tenn., 100, 122, 136, 
141, 166, 231, 232, 259, 282, 
299. 329. 375. 474. 5 '2, 535. 
576 

Nason, 423 

Nassau Hall, N. Y., 521 

Nassau, N. Y., 529 

Nassau, N. P., 112, 351 

Nassau, Steamer, 507 

Natchez, Miss, 21, 38, 58, 147, 
148, 226, 235, 237, 285, 342, 
371, 421,438. 47'. 502, 534 



LXXIV 



INDEX 



Natchez, Tenn., 490 
Natchez Vallage, Miss, 86 
Natchitockes, 297, 423 
Natick, R. I., 269, 362, 468, 547, 

557. 558. 590 

Nautilus, Ship, 390 

Navy, United States, 23, 24, 29, 

60, 65, 71, 96, 114, 116, 119, 

128, 131, 132, 142. 146, 147. 

150, 155, 158, 181, 183, 184, 

193, 227, 236, 237, 243, 257, 

276, 311, 314, 316, 320, 331, 

344, 345, 369, 396, 404, 411, 

413, 414, 422, 429, 435, 440, 

446, 450, 467, 468, 514, 527, 

528, 546, 551, 564, 577, 578, 
580, 586, 594. 598 

Navy Y^rd, 43, 96, 227, 245, 369, 

395. 567 
Navy Yard. Brooklyn, N. Y., 46 
Navy, British, 257, 354, 435 
Navy, Revolutionary, 382 
Navy, Royal, 309, 407 
Neal, 423, 198 
Neale, 423 
Nearborn, 424 
Need ham, 424 
Needham, Mass., 426, 448 
Neel, 424 
Neele, 424 
Negro (name), 424 
Negus, 424 
Neil, 424, 512 
Neilson, 424 

Nelson, 424, 233, 289, 366 
Nereus, Brig, 232, 252, 604 
Nestell, 425 
Nestor, 300 
Neville, 425 
Nevms, 425 
Nevis (name), 425 
Nevis, 96 
Newark, N. J., 57, 121, 138, 464, 

545 

Newark, Del., 35 

New Bedford, Mass., 25, 26, 40, 
SO, SI, 62, los, 112, lis, 121, 
123, 132, 158, 166, 196, 217, 
223, 227, 235, 243, 244, 246, 
247, 248, 2S3, 2S7. 263, 269, 



New Bedford, Mass. — Continued 
28r, 282, 301, 319, 320, 324, 
365. 383. 388, 408, 425. 433. 
434, 440, 460, 461, 466, 467, 
524, S27, 528, 553- 554, 558, 
568, 570, 601, 606 

New Beriin, N. Y., 85 

Newberry, 425 

Newbold, 425 

New Boston, N. H., 379 

New Braintree, Mass., 35, 521, 
576. 

New Brunswick, N. J., 24, 193, 
291. 327, 339, 346, 356, 411. 
538 

Newhurgh, Me., 442 

Newburn, N C, 80, 140, 190, 

507 

Newbury, Mass., 359, 434, 450 

Newburyport, Mass., 23, 27, 54, 
93, 98, 142, 186, 195. 197, 
209, 2S8, 284, 310, 320, 356, 
390, 398, 445, 474, 479, 492. 
S36, 567. 584, 594, 597 

Newburyport Gazette, 142 

New Canaan, Ct., 127, 404 

New Chester, N. H., 166 

Newcomb, 42s 

Newell, 426, 580 

New England Commercial Bank, 
1 12 

Newey, 377, 426 

New Fairfield, Ct., 521 

Newfoundland, N. J., U2, 473 

New Garden, Pa., 353 

Newhall, 427 

New Hampshire, 198, 228, 229, 

259, 381,404,425,435, 5 '4. 
55f. 558 

New Haven, Ct., 44, 46, 56, 113. 
I 19, 127, 134, 135, IS2, 164, 
194, 214, 218, 252, 259, 277, 
286, 287, 295, 297, 306, 322, 
323, 328, 342, 375, 401, 413, 
420, 447, 523, 529, S33, 554. 
557, 589, 595 

New Hebron, Ct., 128 

Newington, Eng., 120 

New Ipswich, N. H., 449 



INDEX LXXV 

New Jersey, 53, 85, 88, 147, 151, Newport, R. I.,— Continued 

i;3, 174, 284, 28s, 302, 327, 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 72, 73, 

330, 331. 350, 354, 381, 422, 74, ^^, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 

425. 525. 590, 596, 607 84, 86, 89, 91, 93, 96, loi, 

New Jersey, University of, 572 102, 103, 104, 105, 108, 109, 

New Lebanon Springs, 84 iii, 112, 173.115, 116, 118, 

New London Co., Ct., 579 120, 121, 122, f24, 126, 127, 

New London, Ct., 42, 43, 44, 66, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 

69. 94, 95. loi, 113, 125, 127, 13s, 136. 137, 138, 139, 140, 

178, 208, 217, 226, 267, 290, 144, 145, 146, [49, 150, 151, 

291. 293. 300, 338, 342, 349, 152, 153, 155, 157, 158, 160, 

410, 417, 44t, 465, 468, 474, 163, 167, 171, 172, 174, 175, 

510, 522, 534, 541, 588, 599 177, 178, 181, 182, r83, 184, 

Newman, 76, 427 185, 186, 190, 191, 192, 194, 

Newmarket, N. H., bi, 500 195, 196, 198, 199, 200, 201, 

New Marlboro, Mass., 346 202, 203, 204, 205, 207, 208, 

New Milford, Ct., 422 209, 212, 274, 215, 217, 218, 

New Milford, Mass, 152 219, 221, 222, 223, 224, 226, 

New Mills, Mass., 57 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 234, 

New Orleans, La., 21, 28, 32, 39, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 

40, 44, SI, 53, 59, 63, 71, 73, 242, 243, 244, 245, 247, 249, 

75, 76, 88, 97, loi, 103, 114, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 

IIS, 121, 122, 124, 131, 132, 257, 259, 261, 262, 265, 269, 

134, 138, 145, 147, iss, 162, 270. 271, 274, 275, 276, 277, 

166, 167, 170, 177, 182, 194, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 

204, 209, 213, 214, 226, 229, 284, 28s, 286, 288, 290, 291, 

230, 235, 242, 243, 249, 260, 295, 296, 297, 298, 300, 3ot, 

268, 270, 281, 283, 284, 28s, 302, 307, 308, 309, 310, 3ri, 

287, 2S8, 289, 304, 309, 316, 313, 314, 315, 316, 318, 322, 

318, 320, 321, 322, 32s, 328, 324, 325, 326, 329, 330, 331, 

336, 337> 338. 352. 366, 37', 332, 3.34, 335, 336, 337, 340, 

372. 393. 394, 396, 39», 403, 34". 343. 344, 345, 349. 350, 

404, 40s, 410, 413, 424, 425, 351, 356, 357, 359, 36r, 364, 

441, 443, 447, 449. 450, 456, 365, 366, 367, 369, 370, 371, 

458, 469, 470. 478, 505, 508, 372, 373, 375, 376, 377, 378, 

5'2, 513, S'4, 517. 518, 521, 379, 381, 382, 383, 384, 38s, 

522, 526, 528, 53S, 537, 545, 389, 390, 392, 395, 396, 398, 

548, 561, 563, 564, 576, 59 r, 399, 401, 405, 406, 407, 408, 

598,601 409,410,411,412,414,415, 

New Orleans, Battle of, 287 416, 419, 420, 421, 423, 424, 

Newport Co., R L, 134 427, 428, 429, 431, 432, 433, 

Newport, Ky , 410 434, 435, 436, 439, 442, 443, 

Newport, N. H., 130, 407 446, 447, 453, 454, 455, 457, 

Newport, N. Y., 207, 250, 275, 460, 461, 462, 463, 466, 467, 

433, 495 468, 469, 47', 472, 476. 477, 

Newport, Pa., 174 478, 481, 482, 483, 484, 485, 

Newport, R. L, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 486, 488, 489, 491, 493, 496, 

28, 29, 31, 32, 34, 37, 38, 39, 497, 499, 500, 501, 502, 506, 

40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 50, 507, 508, 510, 51 1, 512, 513, 

5[, 52, 53, 54, 55. 56, 61, 62, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 



I.XXVI 



INDEX 



Newport, R. I., — Continued 
520, 521, 525, 526, 528, 532, 
533, 535, 536. 537. 538, 539, 
540, 542, 543, 545, 546, 547, 
548, 549, 55', 552, 553, 554, 
556, 557- 558, 561, 562, 566, 
567, 568, 569, 570, 571, 573, 
574, 578. 580. 581, 582, 584, 
585, 586, 587, 590, 591- 592, 
593, 594, 595, 596, 598, 601, 
603, 604, 60s, 606, 607 

Newport Almshouse, 86 

Newport Asylum, 22, 84, 189, 
igi 

Newport Bank, 63 

Newport Harbor, 85, 86, 109, 
128, 293, 382, 389, 407 

Newport Mercury, 525 

New Providence, 134 

Newry, 427 

Newron, 427 

New Salem, Mass., 379, 492 

New Salem, N. Y., 555 

New Shoreham, 52, 125, [74, 206. 

207, 291, 356, 407, 446, 496, 
497, 522, 532, 548 

Newstead, 443 

Newton, 48, 208, 271, 272, 278, 

286, 427, 448 
Newton Lower Falls, Mass., 293 
Newtown, L. I., 52, 310, 339 
Newtown, N. H., 38 
Newtown Trap, Md., 336 
New Utrecht, N. Y., 124 
New York, 22, 23, 24, 30. 34, 37, 
42, 46, 49. 53, 55, 57, 59, 60, 
61,63, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 79, 
80, 81, 82, 85, 87, 89, g\, 92, 
93. 94. 97, 99, 101, 106, 112, 
118, 121, 126, 132, 136, 138, 
139, 140, 141, 142, 148, 150, 
152, f54, [55. 157, i£o, 161, 
162, 163, 167, 168, 174, 180, 
181, 184, 186. i8g, 192, 194, 
197, 199, 201, 202, 204, 207, 

208, 211, 215, 219, 222, 223, 
224, 228, 230, 232, 233, 236, 
238, 239, 242, 243, 257, 258, 
260, 261, 262, 267, 268, 270, 
271, 274, 277, 279, 282, 284, 



New York, — Continued 

285, 286, 290, 297, 299, 300, 

309, 312, 313, 3'5, 316, 317, 

318, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 

325, 329, 331,333, 335, 338, 

339, 342, 344, 345, 34^, 347, 

350, 354, 356- 358, 359, 361, 

362, 363, 365, 368, 369, 370, 

377, 378, 381, 384- 385, 387, 
390, 391, 393, 394, 396, 401, 
403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 
409, 410, 41 r, 412, 413, 414, 
417, 418, 420, 421, 422, 423, 
427, 429, 431, 436, 438, 439, 
441, 452, 456, 457, 458, 464, 
465, 468, 471, 474, 477, 481, 
486, 487, 494, 495. 496, 497, 
500, 502, 504, 505, 506, 507, 
508, 5[o, 515, 516, 517, 518, 
519, 520, 522, 523, 525, 527, 

528, 531, 532, 533, 534, 535, 
538, 540, 542, 543, 545, 546, 
552, 554, 556, 560, 561, 564, 
566, 567, 570, 57r, 573, 574. 
576, 578. 579, 580, 581, 586, 
588, 589, 592, 593, 594, 595, 
596, 597, 600. 602, 603. 

New York Almshouse, 145 

Niagara, Co., N. Y., 204 

Niagara Falls, 580 

Niagara, N. Y., 542 

Niblett, 427 

Nice, Province of, 387 

Nicetown, Pa., 488 

Nicholas. 428 

Nicholl, 428 

Nichols, 428, 252, 313 

Nicholson, 429 

Nickerson, 429 

Nicklye, 430 

Nicoll, 430 

Nicolis, 430 

Nightingale, 430, 311 

Niles, 430, 215 

Nimmo, 430 

Nimrod, Brig, 457 

Nind, 431 

Nixon, 43 f 

Noble, 431 

Nobles, 431 



INDEX 



LXXVII 



Noel, 431 

Nolen, 431 

Nonning, 431 

Nooning, 431 

Nootka Sound, 307 

Norfolk, 431 

Nortolk Co., Eng., 45 

Norfolk Co., Mass., 168, 515 

Norfolk, Ct., 515, 522 

Norfolk, Va., 36, 37, 45, 60, 63, 
64, 7T, III, 147, 167, 184, 
218.229, 232, 23s, 244, 248, 
250, 261, 265, 306, 307, 320, 
323. .327, 331. 343. 345. 367. 
37'. 376. 395. 430, 439. 444, 
452, 455. 471, 474. 475. 525. 
528, 540, 558. 563. 589 

Norman, 431 

Norris, 431 

Norristown, Pa., 137 

Norridgewock, Mass., 368 

Northam, 432 

North America, 395 

North America, Ship, 471 

Northampton, Co., Va., 367 

Northampton, Mass., 55, 56, 68, 

75, 108, 122, 135, 143, 280, 
288, 292, 307, 405, 409, 550, 
591, 600 

Northboro, Mass,, 33, 322, 403 
Northbridge, Mass, 30, 70, 71, 

76, 137, 165, 256,338, 527 
Northbridgewater, Mass., 23 1, 

279, 465 
North Brookfieid, Mass., 245 
North Brothers Isle, 218 
North Carolina, 23. 67, 174, 228, 

233. 257> 377. 386, 393. 413. 

417,442, 525, 570, 586, 597 
North Carolina, Gov. of, 104, 

174, 308. 597 
North Carolina, U. S. Ship, 96 
North Castle, 226, 408 
North Cray, Eng., 358 
Northfield, Mass., 54, 366, 487 
North Guilford, Ct., 67 
North Island, S. C, 317 
North .Kingstown, R. I., 35, 41, 

42, 64, 65, 70, 78, 83, 100, 

108, 122, [43, 144, 167, 171, 



North Kingstown, R. I., — Con. 
175, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 
218, 230, 232, 235, 246, 252, 
256, 269, 285, 288, 303, 314, 
416,428,432, 433, 443, 444, 
460, 462. 497, 505, 506, 523, 
552. 553. 570, 580, 581, 58s. 
595. 604 

North Point, 254 

North Point, Battle of, Tj 

North Providence, R. I., 26, 29, 
52, 78, 87, 93, 95, 103. HI, 
114, 115, 116, 117, 139, 141, 
'49. '54. 173. 180, 207, 21 r, 
214, 216, 222, 229, 237, 248, 
249, 250, 259, 261, 273, 275, 
281, 285, 288, 294, 303, 304, 

309. 337. 352, 366, 373. 377. 
384, 389, 437, 438, 439, 441, 

454. 464. 467. 469. 470, 474. 
483, 486,491, 494. 495, 496, 
502, 505, 507, 508, 531, 536, 
537. 548. 549. 560, 562, 563, 
566, 573, 604 

North Santee, S. C, 55 

North Stonington, Ct., 349, 403 

Northumberland, 432 

Northumberland, Pa , 443 

Northup, 432, 349 

Northrop, 432 

North Yarmouth, Mass., 214 

Northern Army, 335 

Norton, 433 

Norton, Mass., 51, 52,99, no, 
III, 114, 232, 266, 341, 346, 
347. 351. 352, 469. 550, 605 

Norwalk, Ct., 236, 284, 311, 367 

Norway, 229, 563 

Norwich, Ct., 68, 79, 87, 1.^9, 
P76, 194, 224, 252, 264, 274, 
275, 290, 291, 335, 390, 465, 
468, 520, 579, 585, 591 

Norwich Bank, 465 

Norwich Falls, 45, 264 

Norwich, Eng., 238 

Norwich, Mass., 229 

Norwich, N. Y., 443 

Norwich, Vt., 329 

Nottingham, England, 180 

Nottingham, N. H., 478 



LXXVIII 



INDEX 



Nourse, 433 

Nottage, 434 

Nova Scotia, 63 

Nova Scotia, Expedition|to, 141 

Novogorod, Rus., 364 

Nowell, 433 

Noyeau, 25 

Noyce, 434 

Noyes, 444 

Nugent, 439 

Nunnery, 434 

Nute, 58 

Nye, 434 



Oakes, 435 

Oakham, Eng., 199 

Oakham, Mass., 69, 87, 434,451, 

486, 598 
Oakland Co., Ga., 129 
Oathman, 435 
Oatley, 435 
Obregon, 435 
Ocott, 435 
Ocracock Bar, 327 
Oddy, 435 
Odenheimer, 435 
Odie, 435 
Odysseus, 435 
Ogden, 435 

Ogdensburg, N. Y., 25, 168 
Ogilerie, 435 
Ogle, 435 

Oglethorpe Co., Ga„ 432 
Ogly, 435 
Ohio, 36, 53, 75, 156, 221, 308, 

312, 361, 385, 39r, 46r, 488, 

Si7> 597. 606 
Olcott, 435 
Oldfield, 436 
Oldfields, Va , 406 
Oldham, 436 

Old Point Comfort, Va,, 374 
Old Providence, 297 
Oldridge, 436 
Olds, 436 

Old Warwick, R. I., 216, 219 
Oldtown, Va., 71 



Olive, 436 

Olive Branch, Brig, 315 

Oliver, 436 

Olrastead, 436 

Olney, 437, 83, 214, 227, 536, 

550 
Olneyville, R. I., 31, 41, 47, 73, 

157, 210, 325, 329, 437, 440, 

451, 469,477. 529 
Olster, N. Y., 395 
Oman, 439 
Omoa, S. I., 50, 446 
Onatella, 439 
Oneida Castle, N. Y., 559 
Oneida Co , N. Y., 166 
Oneida, N. Y., 390, 574 
Onis, 439 

Only Son, Brig, 446 
Onondago Castle, N. Y., 453 
Onondago, N. Y., 99 
Onslow, N. C , 269 
Ontario, U. S. Brig, 145, 519 
Ontario, Sloop of War, 229 
O'Brien, 439 
O'Connor, 439 
O'Flynn, 439 
O'Grady, 439 
O'Harra, 439 
O'Neill, 319 
O'Reilley, 439 
O'Shaunessey, 439 
O'Sullivan, 440 
Opelousses. La., 367 
Opie, 440 
Orange, 440 
Orange Co., Ind, 599 
Orange Co., N. Y., 350, 363, 395, 

519. 532 
Orange Co., N. C, 389 
Orcutt, 440 
Order of the Bath, 93 
Order of the Jesuits, 424 
Ordway, 440 
Organ, 440 
Orlando, 440 
Orleans Co., N. Y., 360 
Orleans, Duke of, 119, 346 
Orleans, Territory, 479 
Ormley, 440 
Ormonde, 440 



INDEX 



LXXIX 



Ormsbee, 440 

Orendoff, 441 

Orne, 441 

Orr, 441 

Orswell, 441 

Osborn, 441 

Osborne, 441 

Osburn, 441 

Oscar, Sch., 66 

Osgood, 442 

Osozimbo, Brig, 115 

Osprey, Brig, 535 

Ossian Hall, Va., 601 

Otis, 366, 442 

Otley, Eng., 408 

Otranto, Duke of, 171 

Otsego, N. Y., 317 

Otway, 442 

Overing, 442 

Overstreet, 442 

Owen, 71, 323, 442 

Owen Glendower, Ship, 580 

Owhyhee, 257 

Oxx, (name) 443 

Oxford, Ct., 73, 514 

Oxford Co., N. H., 292 

Oxford, Earl of, 540 

Oxford, Eng., 549 

Oxford, Mass., 55, 141, 225, 231, 
244, 284, 336, 337, 342, 389, 
399, 408, 480, 555, 556. 569, 
578 

Oxford, N. H.. 487 

Oxford, N. Y., 467 

Oxford, O., 284 

Oxford University, 450 

Oxford Woods, Mass., 525 



Pabodie, 443 

Pace, 443 

Packard, 443 

Packer, 444 

Packet, A, 601 

Packet Schooner, 275, 505 

Paddock, 555 

PadelforJ, 199, 444 

Paesiello, 444 



Page, 335. 444 

Paget, 259 

Paine, 4(6, 445 

Painesville, O., 290 

Palafax, 447 

Palermo, It., 482, 538 

Palermo, N. Y., 76 

Palestine, 127 

Palfrey, 447 

Paliere, 447 

Pall, 46s 

Pallas, U. S. Schooner, 37 

Palmer, 234, 390, 447 

Palmer, Mass., 234 

Palmer's River, 300, 453 

Palmly, 448 

Palmyra, N. Y., 606 

Palsy, 448 

Pamdoe, 448 

Panten, Vt., 351 

Panther, Ship, 39 

Papavaine, 448 

Papayon College, 385 

Paper Factory, 75 

Paper Mill, 106 

Papillion, 448 

Parade, 562 

Paradise, 448 

Paragon, Brig, 559 

Parish, 448 

Parrish, 448 

Parish, 35 

Park, 448 

Parkes, 448 

Perks, 448 

Parker, 357, 448 

Parkerson, 449 

Parkhurst, 449 

Parkman, 449 

Parlee, 449 

Parlin, 449 

Parma, Duke of, 24 

Parmele, 449 

Parmenter, 19, 450 

Parmlee, 450 

Parnell, 450 

Parr, 450 

Parres, 450 

Pares, 450 

Parrott, 450 



LXXX 



INDEX 



Parry, 450 

Parsley, 450 

Parson (name), 450 

Parsons, 450, 104 

Parson, 387 

Partington, 451 

Partridge, 45 1 

Passaic Falls, 478 

Passaic River, 395, 464 

Passmore, 451 

Paterson, 451 

Patagonia, 429 

Patience Island, 79 

Patrick, 452, 

Patriot and Chronicle, Boston, 
107 

Patriot, Brig, 80 

Patl, 452 

Patten, 452 

Patterson, 45 1 

Petterson, N. J,, 516 

Patton, 452 

Pattston, N. Y., 509 

Paul, 452, 136 

Paulding, 452 

Pauldsingston, N. Y., 454 

Paull, 452 

Pavia, 347 

Pawtucket, R. I., 33, Si, 65, 67, 
75, 78, 88,. 91, 95, 99, 100, 
101 108, 116. 124, 129, 130, 
134, r43, 147, 148, 158, 159, 
161, 162, 163, 178, 179, 187, 
191, 197, 205, 215, 219, 222, 
225, 228, 232, 241, 242, 243, 
254. 25s, 262, 264, 271, 274, 
275, 277, 280, 286, 289, 295, 
303, 304, 305, 305, 319, 335, 
341. 349, 359. 363> 377- S^S. 
3«9. 392, 399> 403- 404, 405, 
425, 429, 430. 447, 449, 459, 
463, 466, 470, 472, 474. 476, 
479. 496, 500, 501, 503, 504, 
533, 540, 541, 560, 577, 579, 
580, 588, 605 

Pawtucket Chronicle, 172 

Pawtuxet, R. I., 27, 28, 29, 32, 
34, 78, 109, 185, 215, 216, 
219, 240, 241, 250, 268, 277, 
278, 287, 288, 289, 358, 359, 



Pawtuxet, R. I., — Continued. 
401, 413, 471, 484, 495. 503, 
504, 507, 508, 548, 549, 550, 
553, 555- 561, 562, 563, 565, 
566, 567, 568, 569, 571, 572, 
573, 574, 586 

Paxton, Mass., 202, 225 

Payerne, 452 

Payson, 453 

Peabodie, 453 

Peabody, 453 

Peace, 453 

Peacock, U. S. Ship, 390, 589 

Peacock, U. S. Sloop of War, 

363 
Peacham, Vt., 353 
Peakes, 453 
Pearce, 308, 453 
Pearse, 453 

Pearlington, Miss., 230 
Pearsea, 456 
Pearson, 59, 456 
Pearson Co., Va. , 312 
Pease, 457, 556 
Peatrors, 457 
Peavy, 457 

Peckham, 460, 471, 513 
Pederaza, 462 
Peirce, 462 

Pelham, Mass., 93, 223, 458 
Pelham, N. H., 309 
Pell, 463 
Pembroke, Mass., 246, 436, 450, 

586 
Pendleton, 463 
Pendleton, S. C, 384 
Penfold, 464 
Pengally, 464 
Penn, 199, 464 
Pennell, 464 
Pennitnan, 464 
Pennington, 464 
Penno, 4'^4 
Pennsylvania, 84, 87, 102, 114, 

131, 154, 165, 168, 190, 297, 

334. 345, 353- 358, 369, 371, 
391. 394. 398, 400, 40t, 408, 
425, 491, 494, 513, 562, 565, 

573 



INDEX 



LXXXI 



Pensacola, Fla., 36, 124, 181,230, 

29s, 363 
Pensioner of Revolution, 27, 38, 
45.47, SI, 58, 79,84,88,100, 
106, 132, 151, 173, 176, 200 
218, 224, 236, 241, 247, 253, 
256, 258, 262, 266, 288, 291, 

297. 309. 346. 404. 415. 425. 

432, 436, 440, 442, 454, 498, 

507, 5 1 1, 514, 539, 548, 561, 

572, 585, 589, 599 
Pentheney, 464 
Pepper, 464 
Pepperell, 464 
Percival, 464 
Percy, 465 
Percy, Lord, 432 
Perdue, 465 
Perez, O., 512 
Performer, 34 
Perier, 465 
Perignon, 465 
Perigord, 465 
Perkins, 44, 465, 
Perley, 466 
Pernambuca, 188 
Pero, 466 
Perrin, 466, 199 
Perry, 466, 217 
Perseverance, Brig, 146 
Perseverance, British Ship, 54 
Perseverance, U. S. Cartel, 195 
Persia, 470 
Persian, 604 
Person, 468 
Perth, Hungary, 1 18 
Peru, 75, 292 
Peru, Coast of, 139 
Peru, Upper, 490 
Peter, 468 

Peter Ramson, Brig, 346 
Peterboro, Eng., 450, 479, 537 
Peters, 468 
Petersburg, Ga., 549 
Petersham, Mass., 278 
Peterson, 469 
Pettee, 469 
Pettes, 469 
Pettey, 469 
Pettis, 469 



Pettibone, 469 

Pettingale, 469 

Peyrusset, 470 

Phebe, 470 

Phebe, Brig, 403 

Phebe, Schooner, 321, 418 

Phelair, 470 

Phelps, 470 

Phenix Bank, 330 

Phenix, R. I., 206, 580 

Phetteplace, 470 

Philadelphia Co., Pa., 396 

Philadelphia, Pa., 21, 23, 28, 33, 
55, 56, 58, 66, 76, 79, 82, 90, 
91, 92, 98, 101, IU9, 112, 
113, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 
129, 131, 134, 139, 143. 146, 
148, ;5i, 153, 155, 156, 161, 
162, 163, 167, 170, 171, 173, 
176, 177, 188, 197, 198, 199, 
201, 202, 206, 224, 227, 233, 
236. 238, 245, 246, 252, 260, 
265, 267, 269, 272, 278, 284, 
287, 295, 297, 300, 302, 312, 
3'5. 327> 330, 33'. 334. 345. 
346, 349. 358. 359, 363, 368, 

359- 373. 385. 391. 393. 394. 

396, 398, 4or, 404, 411, 412, 

422, 435, 436, 442, 448, 451, 

453, 462, 465, 468, 474, 475, 

478, 487. 490, 493. 502, 503, 

505, 510, 512, 513, 515, 517, 

520, 521, 523. 526, 528, 533, 

534. 537. 540, 542, 543. 544. 

546, 548, 550, 555. 557. 563, 

564, 570, 574, 577, 588, 592, 

593. 594. 596, 599 
Philbrick, 470 
Philbrook, 470 
Philleo, 470 
Phillip, 470 
Phillip, King, 50 
Phillips War, 51 1 
Phillips, 471, 123 
Phinney, 43 
Physiognomist, 338 
Physiology, 494 
Piazza, 472 
Pickard, 472 
Pickens, 473, 230 



LXXXII 



INDEX 



Pickensville, S. C, 374 

Picker, 320 

Pickering, 56, 186, 473 

Picket, 473 

Pickle, 473 

Pickman. 473 

Pickmore, 473 

Pico, 473 

Pidge, 473 

Pidgeon, 474 

Piercy, 474 

Pike, 474 

Pilesbury, 474 

Pillett, 474 

Pillsbury, 474 

Pilmer, Port au, S3 

Pilmore, 474 

Pinckney, 475 

Pinkney, 475, 284 

Pinkneyville, S. C., 564 

Pinkerlon, 475 

Pinkham, 475 

Pinondale, 475 

Piazzi, 475 

Piper, 47 S 

Pipon, 475 

Pirion, 475 

Pisa, It., 149, 390 

Piscataqua, N. J., 381,589 

Pitcairn, 476, 579 

Pitcher (name), 476 

Pitkin, 476 

Pitman, 476, 326 

Pitts Co., xM C, 571 

Pittsburg. Penn, 24, 154, 195, 

243. 379- 417. 439, 523 
Pittsfield, Mass., 56, 147, 203, 

250, 317, 327, 336, 342, 409 
Pittsfield. N. H., 445 
Pittsfield, Pa., 513 
Pittsfoid, Vt., 317 
Pittston, Me., 547 
Pittsylvania Co., Va., 88 
Pittzcno, 477 
Pius VII, 204 
Pixley, 477 
Place, 477 
Placeaza, It., 577 
Plainfield, 477 
Plainfield, Ct., 22, 58, 70, 83, 99, 



Plainfield, Ct., — Continued 

108, 109, no, 139,200, 267, 
327. 370. 397. 466, 550, 565 

Plainfield. Mass., 245 

Plainfield, N. H., 385 

Plaistow, N. H., 196 

Planet, Brig, 393 

Planet, Ceres, 472 

Plank, 477 

Plantagenet, Ship, 406 

Planter, Ship, 528 

Plants, 309 

Plaquermin, La., 287 

Piatt, 477 

Plattsburg, N. Y., 64, 477, 535, 
589 

Pittsburgh, Pa., 565 

Pittsburgh, Schooner, 175, 469, 
520 

Playfair, 477 

Pleasants, 477 

Plimpton, 478 

Plitt, 478 

Plotoff, 478 

Plum, 478 

Plummer, 478 

Plymouth, Eng., 53, 130, 131, 

425- S05 
Plymouth, Mass., 43, 49, 125, 147, 

205, 238, 251, 270, 299, 339, 

360,425,456,489, 515, 535, 

542, 586 
Plymouth, N. C, 371, 482, 564 
Plymouth, Pa., 520 
Plymouth Colony, 509 
Plymouth, Commander at, 130 
Plymouth, IJist. of, 532 
Plyrapton, Mass., [16 
Pocahontas, Brig, 145, 576 
Pocotuck, Port of, 191 
Porcupine, U. S. Schooner, 119 
Pioneer, 478 
Poincignon, 478 
Point Comfort, Va., 529 
Point Cooper, 350 
Point Judith, 417 
Point Noah, W. I., 104 
Point Petri, W. I., 282 
Poke, 478 
Poland, 181, 225, 478, 556 



INDEX 



LXXXIII 



Poland, Me., 230 

Polanese, 423 

Polerezsky, 478 

Pollard, 478 

Pollery, 478 

Polling, 478 

Pollock, 478 

Polly, Brig, 421 

Polydros, 479 

Polypus, 38s 

Pomarre, 479 

Pomeroy, 479 

Potnroy, 479 

Pomfret, Ct., 43, 108, 126, 204, 
224, 229, 230, 251, 269, 271, 
280, 294, 326, 362, 367, 453, 
471, 483, 523, 527, 529, 583, 
590, S99. 602 

Pomona, Brig, 387 

Pond (name), 479 

Ponsonby, 479 

Poole, 479 

Pooi-e, 479 

Pooshamatako, 480 

Pope, 480 

Popham, 480 

Popkin, 480 

Porcelain, 338 

Porr Antonio, Ja., 398 

Port au Pilmer, 83 

Port au Prime Bay, 396 

Port au Prince, 48, 103, 178, 194, 
316, 341, 350, 424. 482, 484, 

543 

Port Spain, W. 1 , 466 

Port of New London, 94, 95 

Port of Pocatuck, 191 

Portage Co., O., 108 

Porter, 480 

Porterdale, Eng., 387 

Portland, Me., 59, 60, 109, 148, 
193, 208, 219, 291, 345, 363, 
378, 410,431, 447. 463- 487, 
490, 493, 494, 573, 588, 598 

Portsmouth, Eng., 24 

Portsmouth, N. H., 94,96, 154, 
167, 186, 191, 202, 234, 272, 
276, 283, 334, 335, 358, 363. 
413, 450, 469, 473, 491, 493. 
509. 510, S3S> 545, 547. 55'. 
567, 579- 590, 593 



Portsmouth, N. H., Harbor, 58 [ 

Portsmouth, N. C, 213 

Portsmouth, R. I., 36, 38, 39, 55, 
58.78, 79. 93, 113. 134, '38, 
139, '43- '53, 158, 160, 175, 
180, 192, 194, 201, 204, 216, 
230, 231,237, 251, 253, 254, 
256, 260, 273, 282, 284, 289, 

296, 332, 340, 341, 378, 391. 
406, 414, 445, 455, 461, 470, 

485. 5", 533, 546, 551. 552, 
553, 558, 559, 561, 562 

Portsmouth, Va., 337, 489 

Portugal (name), 481 

Portugal, 35, 119, 287 

Portus. 48 1 

Pasada, 481 

Posey, 481 

Post, 481 

Potowomut, R. I., 216, 217, 219, 
220 

Potte, 481 

Potter, 141, 247, 257, 264, 303, 
467,481 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 233, 416, 
578 

Poultney, Vt., 372 

Poultney, Va., 321 

Power, 486 

Powers, 486 

Powhattan Co., Va., 414 

Powhattan, Va , 91 

Pownall, Me., 363 

Pratt, 168, 486 

Pray. 487 

Preble, 487 

Prentice, 487 

Prentiss, 487 

Presbrey, 487 

Presbury, 487 

Prescott, 488, 489, 507 

President, 63, 96, ro7, 124, 135, 
143, 164, 204, 242, 269, 302, 
308, 334, 343. 360, 385. 388, 
400, 401, 404, 409, 419, 428, 
434-437, 44', 472, 509, 513, 
526, 528, 566, 572, 588, 602 

President Manning, Brig, 463 

President, Steamer, 361 

President, Frigate, 72, 554, 606 



I.XXXIV 



INDEX 



President, U. S. Ship, 211, 244, 

330> 3;2, 376, 448, 494 
President of Congress, 271 
President of United States, 302 
Presque Isle, Pa., 264 
Pressler, 488 
Preston, 488, 47 

Preston, Ct., 44,45, 240,^301,472 
Preston, Eng., 242 
Preston, Ind., 306 
Prevort, 488 
Price, 488 
Prideaux, 489 
Priestly, 489 
Prime, 489 
Prince, 489 
Prince Island, 127 
Princess Anne Co., Md., 81 
Princess Anne Co., Va., 598 
Princess Charlotte, 37 
Princess Isle, Afr., 552 
Princeton, Ind., 489 
Princeton, Mass., 96, 106, 266, 

381,468, 535 
Princeton, N. I., 210, 215, 281, 

364, 42 s, 566, 596 
Princeton Seminary, 309 
Princeton University, 566 
PringJe, 489 
Priolean, 489 
Prior, 489, 158 
Prisco, 489 

Prison, 91, 493, 525, 603 
Prison Ship Jersey, 130, 176, 345, 
Prison, State, 502 
Pritchard, 489 
Privateer, 437 
Privateer, Armed, 300 
Privateer, Gen Armstrong, 42, 

436 
Privateer, Rambler, 328 
Privateer, Ship, 291 
Privateer, Warrior, 42 
Privateer, Yankee, 318 
Prize Brig, 230, 282 
Probin, 489 
Proctor, 490, 3 1 1 
Prosser, 490 
Proud, 490 
Proudfit, 490 



Proute, 490 
Prouty, 490 
Provan, 490 
Providence Co., R. I,, 255, 380, 

437 
Providence — Pages i to 607 
Providence Gazette, 33, 202 
Providence, Ship, 443, 456 
Province of Canada, 368 
Province of Nice, 387 
Provincetown, Mass., 601 
Provoost, 490 
Provost (name), 490 
Prudence Isle, 39, 41, 128, 454, 

455-483 
Prussia (name), 490 
Prussia, 152, 258, 338 
Prussia, King, 175 
Prussian Minister, 213 
Pryor, 491 
Pugh, 491 
Pulaski, Count, 181 
Pullen, 491 
Puller, 491 
Puntane, 491 
Punton, Ct., 403 
Pupil, 196 
Purcell, 491 
Purdy, 491, 137 
Purrington, 491 
Purkis, 491 
Purser, 119, 411, 468 
Pusignier, 491 
Putnam, 491 
Putnam Co., Ga., 248 
Putnam Co., Ind., 516 
Putnam Co., N. Y., 158, 534, 591 
Putnam, N. Y., 344 
Putney, 492 
Putsar, 492 
Pynchon, 492 
Pyrotechnic, 452 



O 



Quackery, 1 13 
Quade, 492 
Quakers, 193 



INDHX 



LXXXV 



Quaker, Schooner, 65, 89, 142, 
ISO, 152, 215, 238, 256, 313, 
321. 334. 353. 358, 369, 388 
425, 450, 502, 548, 566 

Quarles, 492 

Quarman, 492 

Quebec, Can., loi, 181, 223, 272, 
308, 338, 393, 413. 430.462, 

53'. 539 
Queen Anne, 263 
Queen Awashunk, 280 
Queen, Ship, 488 
Queenstown, Can., 429 
Quigley, 493 
Quimoy, 493 
Quincy, 493 
Quincy, Fla., 575 
Quincy, Mass., 84, 221, 352, 498, 

525 
Quint, 493 
Qumtilla, 493 
Quisaga, 514 



Rabun, 493 

Race, 493 

Radcliffe, 493 

Rafterty, 493 

Ragan, 493 

Ragland, 493 

Rah way, N. J., 467 

Raile, 493 

Rainesford Island, 236, 551 

Raleigh. N. C, 71, 182, 293, 363, 

459, 497 
Ralp, 493 
Ralston, 493 
Rambler, 429 
Rambler, La., 38 
Rambler, Privateer, 328 
Ramdolollday, 493 
Ramilly, 494 
Ramparts, 37 
Ramsey, 494, 327 
Ramsgate, Eng., 407, 421 
Rand, 494 



Randall, 494, 173, 230 

Randolph, 496, 196 

Randolph, Mass., 373, 600 

Randolph, Vt., 333 

Ranger, Ship, 216, 516 

Rangers, The, 588 

Ranlet, 496 

Ranor, 496 

Ransom, 496 

Rantin. 496 

Raphael, 496 

Rapp, 496 

Rasey, 496 

Ratch, 496 

Ratcliffe, 496 

Rathbone, 496 

Rathburn, 497 

Ratisbon, Ger., 98 

Raush, 497 

Raven, 497 

Ravenscroft, 497 

Ravensworth, Va., 345 

Rawls, 497 

Rawson, 497 

Ray, 498 

Rayer, 498 

Raymond, 498 

Raynham, Mass., 76, 109, no, 
167, 230, 23 r, 285, 303, 313, 
324. 342, 346, 347, 352, 444, 
458. 5 '8, 545, 547, 576 

Razee, 498 

Rea, 498 

Read, 499 

Reed, 499 

Reading, Mass., 100, 166, r68 

Reading. Pa., 260, 327, 573 

Reading, Vt., 167 

Ready, 502 

Rear Admiral, 133, 257, 435 

Reardon, 502 

Rearick, 502 

Rebecca Ann, Ship, 527 

Rebellion, Shays, 21 

Recorder, 277, 496 

Rector (name), 502 

Red Bank, 437, 483 

Redding, 502 

Redient, 502 

Red Jacket, 502, 530 



LXXXVI 



INDEX 



Redmond, 502 

Red River Country, 224 

Redwood, 278, 502 

Reeder, 502 

Reeley, 502 

Rees, 502 

Reeve, 502 

Reeves, 502 

Regicides, 131 

Regiment, 195 

Regla, W. I., 314 

Rehoboth, Mass., 28, 29, 30, 31, 
38, 40, 43, 69, 76, 97, 103, 
lOS, 114, 130, r72, 176, 179, 
180, 188, 203, 259, 262, 276, 
277, 284, 288, 289, 293, 300, 
306, 311, 321, 326, 327, 334, 

344. 353. 367. 369, 379. 380, 
381, 382, 383, 384, 385, 390, 
397, 401, 402, 403, 404, 415, 
419, 423, 428, 429, 432, 445, 
453. 454. 455. 457, 458, 459, 
462, 466, 500, 502, 503, 504, 
512, 522, 524, 551, 554, 557, 
558, 566, 568, 604 

Reichstadt, 503 

Reilley, 503 

Reinhold, 503 

Reiser, 503 

Rolf, 503 

Religion, 554 

Remington, 70, 79, 240, 348, 503 

Rennie, 505 

Renovales, 505 

Renshaw, 505 

Renssalaer, 505 

Renssalaer Co., N. Y., 551 

Renssalaerville, N. Y., 533 

Resource, Ship, 390 

Restant, 505 

Retreat, 34 

Revenge, Sloop, 267 

Revere, 505 

Revierre de Grace, Om., 435 

Revolution, Officer of the, 33, 
36,49, SI, 72, 74, 79, 80,93, 
95, 120, 136, 138, 149, 166, 
168, 182, 19s, 197, 213, 223, 
224, 227, 239, 242, 245, 256, 
26s, 268, 286, 288, 328, 355, 



Revolution, Officer of the, — 

Continued 

366, 391, 397. 405, 411. 431. 

445, 454, 460, 462, 468, 469, 

477, 478,480, 481, 496, 499, 
501, 517, 528, 536, 539, 547, 
55'. 559, 57.^. 589. 595. 602, 
603 

Revolution, Pensioner of the, 27, 
45. 47. 5'. 58, 79, 84, 88, 
100, 106, 132, 151, 173, 200, 
218, 224, 236, 241, 247, 253, 
256, 258, 262, 266, 288, 291, 

297. 309. 318, 346, 404. 415, 
425. 432, 436, 440, 442, 454, 
461, 498, 507, 511, 514, 539, 
548, S6r, 572, 585, 589, 599 
Revolution, Soldier of the, 26, 
33, 34. 45, 47. 50, 59. 65, 69, 
70, 80, 83, 84, 85, 88, 93, 98, 
99, 102, 104, 106, 108, no, 
112, 113, 114, 127, 129, 143, 
146, 151, 155, 159. t62. r63, 
166, 167, 168, 170, 176, 179, 
189. rgo, 191, 195, 197, 198, 
203, 2'0, 21 1, 216, 232, 236, 
237, 239, 243, 245, 247, 248, 
249, 250, 256, 258, 260, 266, 
267, 268, 276, 278, 279, 282, 
284, 285, 286, 288, 290, 291, 
297, 299, 300, 307, 313, 314, 
317, 323, 326, 331, 333, 334, 

335, 339. 343. 344. 345. 347, 

350, 352, 367, 369, 378, 380, 

382, 385, 386, 387, 389, 390, 

393, 396. 401. 402, 406, 409, 

415, 418, 422, 424, 425, 432, 

436, 437. 439, 442, 443, 445, 

450, 454, 456, 463. 465, 467. 

468, 470, 472, 473, 475, 477, 

478, 480, 481, 483. 484, 486, 
492, 493. 494. 496, SOI, 502, 
S09, 512, 516, 525, 528, 531, 
534. 538, 540, 543, 545, 549, 
550, 55', 552, 553, 554, 557, 
559, 560, 561, 562, 570, 571, 
572. 577, 585. 598, 603 

Revolution, War of the, 47, 81, 
141, 150, 306, 328, 416, 514 
Reynold, 506 



INDEX 



Lxxxvir 



Reynolds, 506 

Rhea, 506 

Rheelman, 507 

Rhoda, 507 

Rhode Island. 28, 32, 34, 36, 39, 
43. 4S> 70, 72, 86, 97, 102, 
ro7, 109, 115, 134, 137, 143, 
178, 196, 207, 217, 218, 219, 
229, 23s, 239, 240, 248, 252, 
274, 281, 283, 28s, 289, 305. 
309. 335. 339, 355, 359, 366, 
371. 372, 383. 394. 398, 432, 
433. 436. 446, 452, 455, 460, 
464, 466, 467, 483, 484, 500, 
504, 515, 521, 522, 533, 540, 
548, 55 r, 560, 569,604 

Rhode Island, Battle of, 65, 160, 

484 
Rhode Island Bank, 471 
Rhode Island College, 203 
Rhode Island College, Graduate 

of, 34, 126, 205 
Rhode Island, District of, 117, 

281,376 
Rhode Island, Governor of, 213, 

241, 3'3. 371 
Rhode Island, Lieut. Gov. of, 

38a, 544 
Rhode Island Superior Court, 

213 
Rhodes, 507, 566 
Rhinebeck, N. Y., 74 
Ricardo, 509 
Rice, 125, 446, 509 
Richard, Brig, 62, 153 
Richards, 97, 320, 510 
Richardson, 510 
Richelieu, 5 1 1 
Richfield, N. Y., 27, 35 
Richmond, 166, 187, 210, 492, 

511 

Richmond Co., N. C, 248 

Richmond, Ky., 297 

Richmond, Mass., 127 

Richmond, R. I., 50, 53, 57, 107, 
185, 282, 296,322, 332, 351, 
444, 466, 490, 587. 591 

Richmond, Schooner, 142, 16 r 

Richmond, Vt., 74 



Richmond, Va., 25, 47, 57, 64, 71, 
72, 76, J7, 81, 84, 103, 105, 
124, 143, 145, 161, 171, 174, 
182, igr, 193, 19s, 199, 214, 
217, 22 r, 223, 226, 231, 250, 
258, 290, 300, 343, 347, 348, 
356, 370, 377. 378, 390, 392, 
398, 406, 414, 424, 428, 440, 

451.457.473.477. 496. 514, 
538, 548, 562, 578, 593. 604 

Richmond Republican, 297 

Richmond Whig, 572 

Rickey, 513 

Richman, 513 

Ridant, 513 

Riddle, 513 

Rider, 513 

Ridgeley, 513 

Ridley, 379 

Ridlon, 514 

Riego, 514 

Rifle, 339 

Riga, N. Y., 199 

Riggs, 5'4 

Rindge, 514 

Rindge, N. H., 453 

Rio Grande, 274 

Rio Janeiro, S. A., 34, 44, 371, 

437, 481, 580 
Rio Janeiro Harbor, 228 
Rio Nunez, Africa, 384 
Ripley, 514-430 
Rippey, 514 
Rising Star, Brig, 219 
Rising Star, Ship, 127 
Rising Star, Sloop, 262 
Rising States, Ship, 49, 167, 445 
Ritch, 514 
Ritchey, 514 
River, Connecticut, 45, 265, 519, 

592 
River, Providence, 203 
River, Tarinton, 342 
River, Woonasquetucket, 583 
Rivera, 515 
Rivers. 514 
Roane, 515 
Robbed, 542 
Robbins, 19, 320, 515 



LXXXVIII 



INDEX 



Robert, 515 

Robert Cochran, Brig, 207 

Roberts, 515 

Robertson, 516 

Robesham, 516 

Robey, 516, 519 

Robinell, 516 

Robinson, 443, 516 

Robmson Potter, Ship, 372 

Robinson, Me., 548 

Robley, 519 

Roblin, 519 

Rob Roy, Ship, 96 

Roby, 347 

Rochambeau, 93 

Rochester, Mass., 50, 86, 106, 

116, 143, 218, 245, 263, 331, 

434, 575, 601, 606 
Rochester, N. Y., 27, 45, 319, 

516,572 
Rochester, Vt., 391 
Rockaway, L. I., 260, 269, 592 
Rockwell, 5 19 
Rockwood, 519 
Rodman, 482, 519 
Rodney, 519 
Roderick, 519 
Roe, 519 
Roffee, 520 
Rofy, 520 
Rodgers, 521 
Rog, 520 

Rogers, 422, 495, 520 
Rogerson, 522 
Rolfe, 522 
Rollins, 522 
Roman, 522 
Rome, It., 204, 388, 577 
Rome, N. Y., 165 
Romayna, 522 
Romeo, Schooner, 294 
Roraer, 522 
Romeyna, 522 
Romney, N. H., 205 
Romney, Va , 97, 478, 493 
Ronireil, 522 
Rood, 522 
Rooke, 522 
Rooster, 192 
Root, 522 



Rope, 301 

Roperaake, 409 

Rosario, 5 22 

Rosbuck, 123 

Rose, 457, 522 

Rose, N. Y., 2*4 

Roser, 523 

Rosewaine, 523 

Ross, 523 

Rosseau, 523 

Rosseter, 523 

Rossiter, 523 

Roswell, 55 

Rotch, 109, 524 

Rouch, 524 

Roulstone, 524 

Rounce, 524 

Round, 524 

Rounds, 524 

Roundtree, 525 

Rounsavell, 525 

Rouse, 525, 532 

Rousmaniere, 525 

Row, 525 

Rowe, 525 

Rowe, Mass., 251, 525, 567 

Rowell, 525 

Rowley, 525 

Rowley, Mass., 62, 307 

Roxbury, Mass., in, 150, 165, 
213, 226, 231, 244, 253, 254, 
256, 269, 319, 333, 389, 399, 
409, 413, 449, 465, 476, 526, 
60 1 , 606 

Roxbury, Ct., 363 

Roxbuiy, Vt., 579 

Royal Family, 201 

Royal Governor, 544 

Royal Governor of Virginia, 421 

Royal Marine, 599 

Royal Navy, 309, 407 

Royalston, Mass., 202, 293, ^44, 

45' ,463 
Royston, Eng., 27 
Ruden, 525 
Ruggles, 472, 525 
Rumney, 526 
Rumreill, 526 
Rupp, 526 
Rush, 526 



INDEX 



LXXXIX 



Rush worth, 526 

Russ, 526 

Russell, 112, 526, 565 

Russell, Brig, 378 

Russia, 24, 1(9, 120, 121, 338, 

478, 602 
Russia, Emperor of, 144 
Russian Ambassador, 204 
Russian Army, 316 
Rudenburgh, 328 
Rutgers, 528 

Rutherford Co , Tenn., 496 
Ruthwell, 528 
Rutland, Mass., 47, 169, 235, 

280, 393, 491, 526, SS9, 597, 

602 
Rutland, Vt., 155, 214, 266, 280, 

436, 445, 526, 53'. 562 
Rutledge, 528, 557 
Ryan, 528 

Rye, 473 
Rye, Pa., 42 i 
Ryland, 528 



S. B. Kenawha, Steamer, 234, 

548 
Sabin, 529, 354 
Sabins, 529 
Sabin s Point, 294 
Sabine, the, 512 
Sacheressia, 529 
Sacket, 529 
Sackett, 529 
Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 65, 193, 

237, 320 
Saco, Me., 128, 198, 324, 465, 

501, S'4 
Safford, 530 
Sag Harbor, L. I., 540 
Sage, 530 

Saguyuwhanah, 530, 502 
Sailmaker, 188 
St. Albans, 530 
St. Albans, Yt., 313 
St. Andrews College, 230 



St. 



St 
St. 

St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 

St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 

St. 
St. 

St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 

St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 



St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 



Augustine, Fla., 22, 102, 141. 

165, 19', 392, 518, 547. SS2, 

568 

Bartholomew, W. I., 209, 446 
Bartholomew Parish, S. C, 

114 

Barts, W. I., 66, 153, 180,433 
Bias, W. I,, 293, 316 
Charles, Mo., 391 
Christopher, Isleof, 139,377, 

489 

Clair, 530 
Clair's Defeat, 183 
Clair's Expedition, 213 
Claud, Fla., 315 
Croix, W. I., 51, 138, 366, 

500, 500, 519,600 
Croix, Isle of, 139, 332, 473 
Domingo, W. I., 46, 120,235, 

341,364, 556 

Felipe Ue Austin, Tex., 138 
Francis, Can., 588 
Francistown, 463 
Francisville, La., 34, 402 
P'rancisville, Miss., 471 
Genevieve, Mo., 209 
George, Va., 138 
Helena, 123, 337 
James, 397 

Jago de Cuba, 421, 513 
Jago, W. I, 403 
John, 204 

Johnsbury, Vt , 458 
Lawrence Co., N. Y., 446 
Louis, Bay of, 144, 211, 465, 

514. S80 

Louis, Chevalier of, 118 
Louis, Cross of, 191 
Louis, 111., 488, 502 
Louis, Mo , 32, 46, 85, 97, 

184, 212, 236, 256, 257, 278, 

289. 3 '4- 376, 396, 568 
Louis, Miss., 601 
Luke, 131 
Maria, Can., 181 
Marie p-alls, 310 
Mary's, Fla., 43, 520 
Mary's, Ga , 39, 592 
Mary's, W. 1 . 388 
Medard, 530 



xc 



INDEX 



St. Petersburg, Russia, 24, 45, 
327, 364, 428, 435, 474, 480, 

597 
St. Pierre, W. I., 70, 115, 163, 
175, 177, 210, 335, 406, 410, 

587 

St. Reno, Fr, 114 

St. Simons, 530 

St. Stephens, Ala., 87, 182, 372 

St. Stephens, A. T., 460 

St. Thomas, W. I., 30, 62, in, 
404, 425, 557 

St. Thomas Church, 312 

.St Thomas Parish, S. C, 449 

St. Ubes, 72 

St. Vincent, 530 

St. Vincent, Lord, 435 

Salem Co., N. Y., 154 

Salem, Mass., 23, 27, 51, 56, 68, 
90,91,95,96, 104. 109, [12, 
114, 125, 133, 14s, 148, 168, 
178, 182, 186, 193, 204, 212, 
214, 220, 226, 232, 253, 256, 
271, 273, 297, 303, 307. 309, 
333. 344. 375. 400, 410, 428, 
431, 432, 44'. 453. 460, 466, 
470, 471. 473. 489, 491, 516, 
525, 563, 564, 573, 585, 597, 
598, 607 

Salem, Mass , Gazette, 95 

Salem, N. J,, 284 

Saligney. 530 

Salisbury, 530. 559 

Salisbury, Mass, 345, 540 

Salisbury, N. H., 90, 160 

Salisbury, N. C, 442, 589 

Salisbury, Vt., 47 

Sail and Hope, Ship, 274, 350, 

454. 484. 529 
S'llly, Sloop, 96, 140, 184 
Salmond, 53 1 
Saltonstall, 531 
Salts, 47 
Salute, 199, 569 
Samarung, Java, 154 
Sambre, 53 r 
Sampson, 531 
Sampson, Brig, 296 
Sampson, N. C., 600 
Samuel, 532, 525 



Samuel!, 532 

Sanborn, 532 

Sanderson, 233 

Sandhurst, Eng., 489 

Sandoval, 532 

Sands, 532 

Sandt, 532 

Sandwich, Eng, ijj 

Sandwich Isles, 312 

Sandwi h, L. I., 194 

Sandwich, Mass., 106, 147, 158, 
221. 350, 434, 466 

Sandy Hook, N. Y., 108, 138, 
370, 406, 457, 581 

Sandys, 532 

San Felipe D. Austin, Tex., 114 

Sandford, 533 

Sanford, 532, 539 

Sanford, Me., 354, 604 

Sanger, 533 

Sanger Island, 366 

Sans, 533 

Santer. N. C, 63 

Santer, S. C , 475 

Santerre, 533 

Santiago, S. A , 155 

Sapelo Isle, Ga., 120 

Sapp, 534 

Sappho, Ship, 40 

Sarabago, Java, 495 

Sarapis, Ship, 357 

Saratoga, N. Y., 453, 478, 538, 
552 

Sardinia. 46, 131 

Sargent, 534 

Sarle, 534 

Sarragossa, Sp., 331, 447 

Sartori, 534 

Satenhwaite, 534 

Satterly. 534, 597 

Satterton, F.ng., 87 

Saugatuck River, 434 

Sault Ste Maria, 310 

Saunders, 534, 365 

Savage, 535 

Savages, 75 

Savannah, Ga , 28, 37, 38,46, 54, 
60, 70, 86, 97, 102, 107, 120, 
123, 128, 141, 149, 152, 163, 
180, 181, 187, 190, 220, 222, 



INDEX 



XCI 



Savannah, Ga., — Continued 

240, 247, 248, 257, 26s, 269, 
276, 279, 283, 288, 293, 295, 
297. 305, 308, 309. 312. 322, 
330, 369. 371. 372, 39'. 392, 
395, 40s, 406, 433, 442, 444, 
446, 447, 457, 460, 470, 476, 
482, 487, 497, 500. 504, 515, 
517, 540, 54r, 543,555, S67, 
599 

Savery, 535 

Saw, 470 

Saw Mill Stream, 293 

Sawin, 535 

Sawyer, 536, 522 

Saxe, 536 

Saxony, Duke of, 576, 578 

Saxton, 536 . 

Saybrook, Ct., 243 

Sayer, 536 

Sayles, 536, 605 

Sayre, 537 

Scaffold, 257. 404, 414, 588, 593 

Scarborough, 537 

Scarecrow, 273 

Scarlett, 537 

Scattergood, 537 

Schee, 538 

Schemerhorn, 538 

Schenectady, N. Y,, 361, 405, 

459 
Schenck, 538 
Schiller, 538 

Schodack, N. Y., 551, 585 
Schoeffer, 538 
Schoffer, 538 
Schoharie Co., N. Y., 262 
Schoharie, N. Y., 322, 399, 603 
Scholfield, 5,58 
Schoolcraft, 310 
Schooner Alligator, U. S., 396 
Schooner Amanda, 231 
Schooner Apollo, 232, 358, 432 
Schooner Ashia, 89. 109, 326, 334 
Schooner Augusta, U. S,, 101 
Schooner Baltic, 186 
Schooner Charles Henry, 379 
Schooner Clarissa, 232 
Schooner Cypress, ror 
Schooner Dictator, 540 



Schooner Dover, 444 
Schooner Elizabeth, 530, 561 
Schooner Enterprise, 64, 208, 

336, 594 
Schooner Essex, 104 
Schooner Esther, 190 
Schooner Exchange, 31 
Schooner Fire Fly, 465 
Schooner Fire Fly, U. S., 211 
Schooner Fortitude, 587 
Schooner Franklin, "jj, 283, 433 
Schooner Freegift, 558 
Schooner Galen, 106, 363 
Schooner Gleaner, 535 
Schooner Gen. Hawes, 455, 543 
Schooner Gen. Jackson, 404, 561 
Schooner Good Intent, 163 
Schooner Grampus. U. S., 36 
Schooner Havana, 235 
Schooner Huntress, 313 
Schooner Hyder Ali, 378 
Schooner Independence, 308 
Schooner John, 108 
Schooner Lafayette, 394 
Schooner Laurel, Packet, 407 
Schooner Leader, 296 
Schooner Lima, 97 
Schooner Manchester, 362 
Schooner Mary Ann, 167 
Schooner Mary McKay, 128 
Schooner Molly, 175 
Schooner Nonesuch, U. S., 237 
Schooner Oscar, 66 
Schooner Paragon. 390 
Schooner Phebe, 321, 418 
Schooner Platt.sburg, 175, 469, 

520 
Schooner Porcupine, U. S , 1 19 
Schooner Pocket, 275 
Schooner Quaker, 65, 89, 142, 
150, 152, 215, 238, 256, 313, 
321, 334, 353, 358, 364, 369, 
388, 425, 450 470, 502, 548, 
566 
Schooner Rambler, 429 
Schooner Richmond, 142, 161 
Schooner Romeo, 294 
Schooner Selina, 518 
Schooner Spark, U. S , 160 
Schooner Speedwell, 115 



xca 



INDEX 



Schooner Susan, 209 

Schooner Swan, 186 

Schooner Tartar. U. S., S3 

Schooner Two Brothers, 335, 410 

Schooner William, 260 

Schooner William Sheldon, 70 

Schurman, 538 

Schweigger, 538 

Scion, Brig, 551 

^cipeo, N. Y., 39. 5 '8, 565 

Scisco, 538 

Scituate, Mass , 94, 95, 301, 3S6. 

442, 501, 523 
Scituate, R. I., 27, 33- 35. 8°. 104, 
1(6, 142, 146, 156, 159, 161, 
163, 179, 180, 185, 208, 213, 
238, 239, 242, 257, 262, 273, 
274, 275, 285, 299, 308, 323, 
324, 325, 328, 342, 343, 365. 
373,386,438.451. 452. 454, 
458, 459, 461, 471. 481, 483, 
484, 485, 498, 504. 524. 534, 
539. 541, 549. 560, 562, 566, 
568, 570, 571. 576, 597, 598, 
60s 
Scale, Eng., 45 

Scotland, 25, 103, 106, 132, 157, 
167, 182, 207, 210, 312, 360, 
368, 379, 393. 395.L408, 435. 
489. 494 
Scott. 267, 538, 543 
Scoville, 540 
Scranton, 540 
Scnbner, 540 
Scudder, 540 
Seabrook, N. H., 67, 567 
Seabury, 540 

Sea Fox, Ship, 108, 137, 515, 581 
Seager, 540 
Sea, Greenland, 108 
Sea Island, Brig, 33 
Sea, Irish, 216 
Sea, South, 234 
Seaman (name), 541 
Seamans (name), 540 
Searle, S41 
Sears, 541 
Searson, 542 
Seattle, 542 
Seaton, 542 



Seatucket, L. I., 540 

Seaver, 542 

Secretary State, 140, 347, 354. 

35S, 376 

Secretary Treasury, 87 

Secretary War, 155 

Sedgwick, 542 

Seeds, 542 

Seekonk, Mass. 28, 29, 30, 31, 
41, 51,66, 67, 73,76, ^7, 95. 
97, 102, 106, 122, 137, 147. 
170, 171, 176, 177, 180, 209, 
213, 235, 261, 262, 270, 279, 
284, 288, 289, 290, 292, 293, 
294. 3U0, 312, 314, 321. 322, 
326, 332, 347, 353, 354. 380, 
381, 382, 383, 384, 385, 397. 
402, 404, 410, 419, 420, 427, 
44'. 449, 457, 458, 459, 460. 
466, 476, 482, 500, 501, 502, 
504. 515. 517, 531, 536, 555. 
558, 560, 561, 566, 568, 579, 

590, 591, 593, S9S 
Seekonk River, 366 
Seekle, 542 
Seekell, 542 
Sierra Leone, 190 
Seixas, 471, 542 
Selby, 543 
Seldon, 543 
Selfredge. 543 
Selina, Schooner, 518 
Selkirk, 543 
Sellew, 543 
Semiramis, Sloop, 251 
Seniple, 54? 
Senate, 390, 471 

Senate, Massachusetts, 472, 525 
Senate, Rhode Island, 371 
Senate, South Carolina, 137 
Senate, State, 210, 263, 589 
Senator, 97, 106, 177, 290, 366, 

428, 434, 431, 465, 464, 589 
Senator, County, 89 
Senator, Congress, 99, 170, 237, 

370, 405,417 
Senator, New Hampshire, 198 
Senator, New York, 566 
Senator, State, 53, 176, 206, 272, 

281, 288, 451 



INDEX 



XCIII 



Senator, U. S., 51, 204, 281, 367, 

^ 394. 435. 475. 547. 597 

Senault, 543 

Seneca Co., N. Y., 372 

Seneca Falls, N. Y., 402 

Senecas, 502, 530 

Seneschal, Grand, 120 

Sennett, 543 

Senter, 543, 330 

Seras, 543 

Sergeant (name), 543 

Sergment, 543 

Seribo, N. Y., 165 

Sermon, 560, 575 

Sernamont, 543 

Serrine, 544, 145 

Serrurier, 544 

Servant, 478 

Servey, 544 

Sessions, 544 

Sessions, Court of, 181 

Settlement, Miami, O., 607 

Seventh Day Baptist Church, 

218 
Sever, 544 
Sever Co., Va., 467 
Servier, 544 
Sewall, 544 
Sewell, 544 
Seybert. 544 
Seymour, 544, 587 
Sexton, 79, 568 
Shackleford, 545 
Shaft, 100 

Shaftsbury, Vt., 438, 530 
Shaker Society, 172 
Shaler, 393 
Shannon, 545 
Shanon, Ship, 363, 532 
Shannon, British Ship, 339 
Shapley, 545 
Shark, 389 
Sharkey, 545 
Sharkley, 545 
Sharky, 545 
Sharkney, 545 
Sharon, Ct., 64 
Sharon, Mass., 31, 42, 150, 183, 

416, 496 
Sharp, 545 



Sharpstown, N. J., 154 
Shaw, 545, 106 
Shawkeen River, 447, 5 1 1 
Shawnudithit, 547 
Shawneetown, 111., 29, 195, 224, 

481 
Shays, 547, 478 
Shay's Rebellion, 21 
Shea, 547 
Shead, 547 
Sheafe, 547 
Shears, 490 
Sheef, 300, 453 
Sheffield, 548, 512 
Sheffield, Mass., 510 
Shelbourne, Mass., 125, 567 
Shelby Co., Ky., 367 
Sheldon, 548, 116, 239 
Sheldon, Mass., 573 
Shellady, 548 
Shelton, 550 
Shelton, Mass., 142 
Shenandoah Co., Va., 298 
Shepard, 550 
Sheperd, 550, 599 
Shepherd, 550 
Shephardson, 551 
Shepherdson, 551 
Sherbourne, 551 
Sherbourne Lord, 134 
Sheridan, 548 
Sheriff (name), 548 
Shearman, 552 
Sherman, 551 
Shermute, 554 
Sherred, 554 
Sherry Wine, 1 15 
Shewarkey, N. C.,308 
Shibboleth, Brig, 208 
Shield, 554 
Shields, 554 
Shingles, 470 
Ship Albion, 74, 162, 175 
Ship Alert, U. S., 594 
Ship Alexander, 594 
Ship Alliance, 52 
Ship Amazon, 215, 466 
Ship Ann, 54, 82, 121, 227, 443, 

521 
Ship Ann and Hope, 437 



XCIV 



INDEX 



Ship Arab, 540 
Ship Argo, 590 
Ship Asia, 72, 227, 293, 316, 394, 

412, 509, 563, 568 
Ship Atlas, 364, 429 
Ship ISellena, 97 
Ship Bingham, 4[2 
Ship Bonne Homme Richard, 

188 
Ship Boston, 307 
Ship Busy, 296 
Ship Boyne, 198 
Ship Brandyvvine, U. S., 371 
Ship Caledonia, 305, 368, 574 
Ship Caravan, 284 
Ship Carpenter, 523 
Ship Catherine, 145 
Ship Caesar, 599 
Ship Chesapeake, U. S , 339, 

363 
Ship Columbia, 72, 150, 227, 234, 

389 
Ship Com. Rogers, 568 
Ship Congress, U. S., 97, 191 
Ship Constellation, U. S., 103, 

[50, 229, 331 
Ship Constitution, 114, 192, 198, 

477 
Ship Constitution, U. S., 186, 

206, 222, 257, 328, 411, 49Q. 

502,530,563 
Ship Comberwell, British, 193 
Ship Cyane, U. S., 207, 313, 351, 

500, 539. 584 
Ship Cynthia, 303 
Ship Decoy, U. S., 183, 542 
Ship Diadem, British, 235 
Ship Diamond, 55, 199, 363, 370 
Ship Drake, 2ifi 
Ship Dromo, 259, 291, 358, 466, 

486, 592 
Ship Edward, 166 
Ship Enterprise, 443 
Ship Enterprise, U. S. 363, 584 
Ship Envoy, 580 
Ship Essex, 227 
Ship Essex, U S., 209 
Ship Florida, 263 
Ship Fox, 193 
Ship Francis, 174 



Ship Francis Mary, 55, 75, 105, 

^7h 293. 314. 3'8. 409 
Ship Franklin, 225 
Ship Franklin, U. S., 228, 284, 

374. 527. 564 
Ship Galen, 86 
Ship Gen. Hamilton, 115, 209, 

232, 438, 529 
Ship Gen. Jackson, 65, 240, 349, 

376, 583 
Ship George Canning, 57 
Ship George Porter, 592 
Ship Good Return, 37 
Ship Gov. Thompkins, 125, 300 
Ship Grampus, 375, 416, 534 
Ship Guerriere, U. S., 265, 585, 

596 
Ship Guerriere, British, 499, 502, 

5W 
Ship Hamilton, 172 
Ship Hazard, 49, 405 
Ship Helen, 26, 149, 267, 359, 

406, 5 1 1 
Ship Henry Hill, 75 
Ship Helmet, 591 
Ship Hero, 527 
Ship Hippomemes, 523 
Ship Hornet, U. S., 36, 374 
Ship Independence, U. S., 114, 

261 
Ship Integrity, 568 
Ship Isis, 126, 178 
Ship James Cropper, 233 
Ship James Monroe, 145 
Ship John and Adam. 5 1 5 
Ship John Adams, U. S., 176, 

344. 412 
Ship Jersey, The (Prison), 130, 

176 
Ship Lawrence, 235 
Ship Leonidas, 373 
Ship L. Epervier, 564 
.Ship Little Belt, British, 72, 21 1, 

244. 330, 372, 448, 494. 554! 

606 
Ship Louisa, 275, 510 
Ship Louisiana, 269, 317 
Ship Macedonian, U. S., 24, 309, 

455. 496 
Ship Marcellus, 366 



INDEX 



XCV 



Ship Mary Almy, 455 

Ship Massachusetts, 363 

Ship Mercator, 269, 446 

Ship Melanthro, 491 

Ship Mercury, 166 

Ship Meredon, 304 

Ship Monopolist, 311 

Ship Morning Star, 73, 197, 283 

Ship Nancy, 440 

Ship Nautilus, 390 

Ship New Orleans, 320 

Ship North America, 471 

Ship North Carohna, U. S., 96 

Ship Ontario, U. S., 519 

Ship Owen Glendower, 580 

Ship Pockets, 505 

Ship Pallas, U. S. n 

Ship Panther, 639 

Ship Peacock, U. S. 390, 589 

Ship Perseverance, Brit., 54 

Ship Plantat^enet, 406 

Ship Planter, 528 

Ship President, 448 

Ship President, U.S., 211, 244, 

330, 372, 376, 444 
Ship Privateer, 291 
Ship Providence, 443, 456 
Ship Queen, 488 
Ship Ranger, 216, 516 
Ship Rebecca Ann, 527 
Ship Reindeer, Brit , 374 
Ship Resource, 390 
Ship Rising Star, 127 
Ship Rising States, 49, 167, 445 
Ship Robinson Potter, 372 
Ship Rob Roy, 96 
Ship Sail and Hope, 274, 350, 

454, 484, 529 
Ship Sappho. 40 
Ship Soropsis, 357 
Ship Sea Fox, 108, 138, 515, 581 
Ship Shannon, British, 339, 363, 

532 
Ship Swift, 475 
Ship Syren, 6e 
Ship Tartar, 397 
Ship Thunderer, 595 
Ship Trumbull, 154 
Ship Two Catharines, 293 
Ship Tuscany, 288 



Ship Victory, 433 
Ship Wabash, 229 
Ship Washington, 145, 315, 582, 

588 
Ship Wasp, U. S., 374 
Ship Weser, 154 
Ship William Tell, 268 
Ship Zone, 139 
Shirts, 81 
Shockley, 554 
Shoemaker, 554 
Shoreham, Vt., 289 
Shores, 554 
Shorey, 554 
Short, SS4 
Shove, 555 
Shower, 218 
Shrewsbury, Mass., 33, 56, 378, 

383, 425, 434, 456, 509, 570, 

602 
Shrieve, 555 
Shrove, 560 
Shrupp, 555 
Shumway, 555 
Shurtleff, 555 
Shutesbury, Mass., 35 
Siberia, 364 
Sibley, 555 
Sicaid, 556 
Sickle, 484 

Sideling Hill, Pa., 392 
Sidewalk, 124 
Sidney, Lord Viscount, 46 
Sierekowski, 556 
Sierre Leone, 10 1 
Sigontic, The, 23 
Signers, One of the, 144, 275 
Sijourney, 556 
Sikes, 556 
Silencio, W. L, 178 
Silloway, 556 
Silversmith, 272 
Simmons, 556 
Simms, 557 
Simons, 528, 557 
Simons Isle, Ga., 579 
Simonton, 558 
Simpson, 240, 558 
Sims, 558 
Simsbury, Ct., 224 



CXVI 



INDEX 



Sincapour, 1 15 

Sinclair, 558 

Singer, Tenor, 182 

Sing Sing. N. Y., 71, 154, 357 

Singleton, 393 

Sinkins, 558 

Siscoe, 558 

Siason, 533, 558 

Sitgrieves, 559 

Six Nations, 453 

Sizer, 559 

Skenandah, 559 

Skirmish, 175 

Skirmishers, 34 

Skinner, 559 

Skinning. 131 

Skipwith, 559 

Slack, 559 

Slacks, 560 

Slade, 560, 563 

Slater, 560 

Slatersville, R. I., 106, 154, 263, 

279, 280, 310, 384, 456, 560, 

568, 569 
Slatesburgh, S, C, 326 
Slave, 83, 142, 339 
Sloan, 560 
Sloane, 561 
Slocum, 561 
Slone, 251 
Sloop, 393 
Sloop Advice, 455 
Sloop Candidate, 355 
Sloop Castine, 293 
Sloop Catey, 388 
Sloop Collector, 471 
Sloop Com. Perry, 74 
Sloop Cosmopolite, 153, 21 r 
Sloop Cyane, U. S., 105, 463 
Sloop Emily, 395 
Slnop Fox, 280 
Sloop Fly, 41, 364, 377 
Sloop Gold Hunters, 108, 143, 

554 
Sloop Henry, 327 
Sloop Intrepid, 88 
Sloop John Hancock, 306 
Sloop Juliet, 278 
Sloop Keziah, 62 
Sloop Lion Crawford, 442 



Sloop Maine, 587 
Sloop Manhattan, 497 
Sloop Mary, 108, 143, 554 
Sloop of War Erie, 183 
Sloop of War Hornet, 29 
Sloop of War Ontario, 229 
Sloop of War Peacock, 363 
Sloop of War Reindeer, British, 

334 

Sloop of War Wasp. 334 

Sloop Revenge, 267, 552 

Sloop Rising Star, 262 

Sloop Sally, 96, 140, 184 

Sloop Semiramis, 251 

Sloop Trial, 136 

Sloop Two Brothers, 384 

Sloop Victory, 41 

Slat, 182 

Small, 567 

Smallie, 562 

Smallwood, 569 

Smart, 562, 568 

Smead, 562 

Smedley, 562 

Smilie, 562 

Smith, 562, 19, 33, 49, 105, 148, 
162, 178, 2r3, 240, 281, 302, 
320, 379, 577 

Smyth, 563 

Smithfield, Mass., 141, 168 

Smithfield, N. Y , 236 

Smithfield, N. C. 256 

Smithfield, Pa., 319 

Smithfield, R. I., 25, 26, 29, 38, 
49. 52. 53. 54. 56. 59.61,69, 
82, 1(6, 117, 137, 141, 150, 
154, 171, 179, 180, 182, 188, 
212, 2r7, 219, 226, 228, 231, 
239, 240, 241, 242, 244, 249, 
250, 254, 261, 262, 263, 273, 
274, 277, 279, 280, 291, 293, 
300, 302, 303, 304, 305, 308, 
314. 3'7. 3'9. 322, 323, 324. 
335. 337. 340, 353> 357, 359. 
361, 363. 370, 373. 374. 375. 
376, 377. 386, 397. 399. 401. 
412, 415. 4'6, 427, 428, 438, 
445. 446, 45'. 474. 47S, 495. 
499, 500, 515, S'8, 5«9, 524. 
536. 537. 539. 553. 560, 563, 



INDEX 



XCVII 



Smithfield, R. I., — Continued 
564, 566, S67, 569, s;o, 571, 
573. 575- 576, 578, 579, 580, 
SB I, 582, 583, 589, 590, 599, 
600, 603, 60s 

Smithville, N. C, 23 

Snediker, 575 

Sneed, 575 

Snell, 575 

Snelling, 575 

Snow, 575, 160, 418, 438 

Snowden, 577 

Snyder, 576 

Soap, 213, 299 

Society of Friends, 35, 38, 39, 40, 
55,61,67.68,69,78, 83,85, 
102, 103, 105, 109, 137, 138, 

•39, 143. 145. 146, 154. j6i, 

170, 173, 189, 197, 208, 215, 

216, 217, 219, 227, 240, 241, 

242, 243, 245,-247, 252, 263, 

268, 273, 281, 282, 294, 299, 

301, 307, 309, 319. 335. 341, 

343- 345, 365. 37«. 375- 406, 

407, 413, 414, 415, 421, 457, 

480, 484, 490, 491, 498, 499, 

Soo, 510, 519, 521, 524, 527, 

540. 552, 553. 558. 559- S6i, 
565- 569. 570, 581 

Society, Shakers, 172 

Society, United Foreign Mission, 

85 

Sodas, N. Y., 598 

Soderstrom, 577 

Soldier of War of J 81 2, 291 

Soldier of the Revolution, 26, 33, 
34. 45. 47. 50, 59. 65, 69, 76, 
80, 83, 84, 8s, 88, 93, 98, 99, 
102, 104, 106, 108, no, 112, 
113, 114, 127, 129, 143, 146, 
151. 155, '59. 162, 163, 166, 
167, 168, 170, 176, 179, 180, 
190, 191, 19s, 197, 198, 203, 
210, 211, 216, 232, 236, 237, 
239, 243, 248, 249, 250, 256, 
258, 260, 266, 267, 268, 276, 
278, 279, 282, 284, 285, 286, 
288, 290, 291, 297, 307, 313, 
3'4. 317. 323. 326, 331, 333. 
334. 335- 339. 343- 344. 345. 



Soldier of the Revolution, — 

Continued 

347. 350, 352. 367. 369. 378, 
380, 382, 385, 386, 387, 389, 
390, 393. 396. 401. 402, 406, 
409, 415, 418, 422, 424, 425, 
432, 436, 437, 439, 442, 443- 

445- 450, 454, 456, 463. 465. 
467, 468, 470, 472, 473, 475, 
477, 478,480,481, 483, 484, 
486, 492, 493, 494, 496, 501, 
502, 509, 5 [2, 516, 525, 528, 
53J. 534. 538, 540, 543. 545, 
549. 550, 551. 553- 554. 557. 
559- 560, 561, 562, 571, 572, 
574. 577, 585. 598, 603 

Soldier of U. S., 320 

Somaglia, 577 

Somas, Brig, 94 

Somerset Co., Pa., 530 

Somerset, Mass., 38, 39, 40, 63, 
99. '13. 227, 303, 317, 340, 
365,433,469,499, 518, 548, 
560 

Somers, N. Y., 78, 371 

Somerstown, 371 

Somersworth, N. H., 222 

Sonierville, 577 

Somerville, S. C , 313 

Sommers, 204 

Soningen, Get., 88 

Soper, 577 

Sophia, 577 

Soule, 452, 470, 577 

Soult, 532 

Sound, Long Island, 56, 184, 345, 

554 
South America, 63, 275, 320, 

443 
South Amboy. N. Y , 227 
Southampton, L I., 520 
Southampton, Mass., 158, 448, 

479 
Southampton, Pa., 408 
Southard, 577 
South Boston, Mass, 66, 138, 

213, 267 
Southboro, Mass., 67, 449 
Southboro, Vt., 448 



XCVIII 



INDEX 



South Bridge, Mass., 68, 125, 
237, 426, 47», 484, 490, 576 

South Hridgewater, 407,465, 575, 
592 

Southbury, Ct., 264 

South Carolina, 103, 104, 120, 
129, 152, 168, 194, 203, 223, 
242, 284, 363, 377. 40s, 408, 
473.494. 500, 528, 557, 561, 
563, 600 

South F"rance, 543 

Southgate, S78 

South ]{adley, Mass., 480 

South Hero, Vt, 536 

South Island, 287 

South Kingstown, R. I., 29, 30, 
43. 45, 53.54.70.80,8s, 103, 
124, 161, 176, 184, 186, 189, 
199, 227, 247, 249, 251, 252, 
255, 274, 282, 285, 286, 301, 
322, 329, 341, 3S5, 376, 432, 
461, 465, 466, 478, 481, 482, 
483, 506,517, 518, 5 '9, 535. 
540. 549. 552, 553, 570, 604, 
605 

Southold, L. I., 223, 345 

South Orange, N. J., 158 

Southwick, 578 

Southwick, Mass., 52, 109, 164, 
225 

Southworth, 79, 578 

Spain (name), 578 

Spain, 36, 46, 71, III, 1 18, 120, 
"21, 150, 199, 202, 263, 287, 

376.475. 5 '4. 543. 586 
Sparhawk, 578 
Spark, Brig, 105 
Spark, U, S Brig, 92, 167, 327, 

49'. 495 
Spark, U. S Schooner, 160 
Sparks, 578 
Sparta, N. Y , 547 
" Spartenburg Dist., S. C, 261, 

339 
Spasms, 484 
Spaulding, 548, 579 
Speakman, 579 
Spears, 579 

Speedwell, Schooner, 115 
Spellman, 579 



Spence, 580 

Spencer, m, ig^r 537. 579 
Spen er, Mass., 311 
Spicer, 581 
Spicer, Mass,, 329 
Spider, 523 , 

Speir, 581 
Spink, 581 
Spinknard, 103, 254 
Spinner, 581 
Spinner, A Rope, 606 
Spinney, 581 
Spofford, 58 1 
Spooner, 581 
Spottsylvania, 492, 593 
Spracher, 582 
Sprague, 30, 53, 582 
Springer, 584 

Springfield, Mass,, 44, 108, 135, 
147, 160, 180, 210, 226, 250, 

272, 338, 357. 437. 442, 49S» 

566, 601 
Springfield, Vt., 238, 581, 592 
Sprout, 584 
Spurr, 440, 585 
Spy, Massachusetts, 549, 601 
Squirrels, 367, 599 
Staats, 585 
Stabbed, 292, 384, 396,403, 410, 

443. 483. 545 
Stacey, 585 
Stacy, 385 
Stackpole, 585 
Stafford, 585 

Stafford, Ct., 142, 198, 437, 587 
Staffordshire, Eng., 440 
Stake, 35 
Stallard, 586 
Stallings, 586 
Stamford, Ct,, 102, 313 
Stamford, Eng., 333 
Stamp Act, 338 
Standen, 586 
Standford, 586, 270 
Standish, 586 

Standish, Me., 219, 414, 536 
Standish, Mass., 448 
Stanford, N. Y,, 241 
Stanhope, 586 
Stanley, 587 



INDEX 



XCIX 



Stanton, 587, 378 

Standup, 587 

Stanwood, 587 

Stannard, 587 

Staples, 587 

Starbird, 588 

Starbiick, 588 

Stark, 588, 133 

Starkweather, 588 

Starr, 588 

Starrett, 588 

State Constitution, 43, 501 

Staten Island, N. Y., 59, 83, 89, 

186,320,365,449,531 
Statesburgh, S. C, 14.2 
Stathard, 588 
Station, Guernsey, 118 
Station, Jersey, 118 
Station, Windward, 24 
Statira, Frigate, 596 
Staughton, 588 
Steaben, Me., 562 
Stead, 588 

Steamboat Fulton, 374 
Steamboat, Gen. Jackson, 128, 

379,411.415,497 
Steam ooat. Stranger, 605 
Steamboat, United States, 56 
Stearnes, 588 
Stebbins, 589 
Steddiford, 589 
Steed, 589 
Steele, 589 
Stelle, 589, 590 
Steere, 589 
Steib, 590 
Steinhower, 590 
Stephen, 591 
Stephentown, N. Y., 546 
Stephens, 590, 534 
Sterling, 591 
Sterling, Mass., 451 
Sterling, Ct., 27, 66, 124, 126, 

128, 216, 230, 300, 350, 390, 

394, 448, 478. 485. 562, 569, 

579 
Stermey, 591 
Sterne, 591 
Sterney, 591 
Sterrett, 591 



Sterrey, 591 

Sterry, 591 

Stetson, 592 

Steavens, 592 

Stevens, 592 

Stevenson, 593 

Steward. ^^, 210, 368 

Stewart, 593 

Stewert, 594 

Stick, 363 

Stickney, 594 

Stiglah, 594 

Stiles, 594. 343 

Still. 550 

Stilling, 595 

Stillman, 209, 595 

Stillwell, 595 

Stimson, 595 

Sting, 108 

Stinson, 595 

Stirrup, 42 

Stoben, 595 

Stockbridge, Mass., 43, 96, 297 

Stocker, 595 

Stockholm (name), 595 

Stockholm, 119, 135 

Stockman, 596 

Stockpole, 596 

Stockton, 596 

Stockwell, 596 

Stoddard, 596 

Stoddard, Mass., 177 

Stoddert, 597 

Stoke, 333 

Stokes, 597 

Stokes Co., N. C, 273 

Stollard, 544 

Stone (name), 597, 438 

Stone, 90 

Stone Bridge, 134, 433 

Stoneham, Mass., 208 

Stonington, Ct., 56, 234, 447, 

463. S40> 5S9, 570, 587 
Stonington Point, Ct., 177 
Stoney Point, N. Y., 481, 543 
Stookes, 598 
Storer, 598 
Storr, 599 
Storrer, 599 
Story, 598 



INDEX 



Stott, 599 

Stoughton, Mass., 466 

Stout, S99 

Stow, Scotland, 296 

Stowe, 599 

Stowe, Mass., 390, 426,[49S, 527 

Stower, 599 

Stowell, 599 

Strachan, 599 

Straits of ISell Isle, 148 

Straits of Macassor, 456 

Strange, 599 

Stranger, Steamer, 605 

Strass, 599 

Strat, 295 

Stratford, Ct., 94, 308, 311, 477 

Stratford, N. H , 442 

Stratford, Vt., 440 

Stratsburgh, N. Y., 452 

Stratton, 599 

Stratton, U C, 338 

Straubury, Va., 84 

Straubreaker, 599 

Streetsam, 599 

Street, 136 

Streeter, 600 

Strieker, 600 

Strobridge, 600 

Strong, 600, 601 

Stuart, 601, 96 

Sturldard, 601 

Studley, 601 

StLirbridge, Mass., 70, 78, 245, 

347- 426, 479. 570 
Sturges, 601 
Sturgess, 601 
Sturrup, 396 
Sturtevant, 601 
Stutson, 601 
Styles, 601 
Suabia, Ger., 538 
Sudbury, Mass., 297, 390, 409 
Suffolk Co., Mass., 107 
Suffolk, Eng., 431 
Sulky, 168 
Sullins, 601 
Sullivan, 601, 453 
Sullivan, Me., 139 
Sullivan's Isle, S. C, 90, 231, 

257. 3'3> 499 



Sultyson, 602 

Summerfield, 602 

Summers, 602 

Sumner, 602, 169 

Sumpter, 602 

Sumpter Dist., S. C, 189 

Sumptersville, S. C, 54, 81 

Sunfish, O., 234 

Sunkhaze, Me., 362 

Surveyor, 349 

Susan, Schooner, 209 

Sutton, 602 

Sutton, Mass., 40, 44, lOO, 130, 
230, 234, 247, 321, 358, 376, 
400, 412, 419, 425, 492, 544, 
555. 556, 572, 596 

Swan, Schooner, 603 

Swanzey, Mass., 39, 40, 60, 65, 
140, 180, 185, 186, 187, 188, 
20!, 259, 277. 288, 291, 294, 
319. 326, 344, 348, 350, 36s. 
366, 3S1, 382, 383, 384, 385, 

4'3. 4'9, 433, 447. 4S6, 457. 

458. 5'4, 54', 551. 553. 555. 

558, 559, 560, 563, 567, 572, 

574. 598, 599 
Swanzey, N. H., 88 
Swain, 603 
Swain ey, 603 
Swan, 603, 500 
Swart, 603 
Swartwout, 603 
Swasey, 603 
Swearingen, 603 
Sweat, 604 

Sweden, 135, 184, 347 
Sweden, King of, 57 
Swedenetierne, 604 
Swedish Consul General, 577 
Swedesborough, N. J., 530 
Sweet. 604, 200 
Swett, 604 
Sweetland, 605 
Sweetzer, 606 
Swersage, 606 
Swift, 606 
Swift Ship, 475 
Swinburne, 606 
Switzerland, 319, 348 
Swivle, 7r, 362 



INDEX 



CI 



Sykes, 606 
Sylvan, 287 
Sylvester, 606, 562 
Symmes, 607 
Symonds, 607 
Syphox, Brig, 605 
Syriack, 604 



Taber, 277 

Taft, 604 

Taggert, 521 

Tallman, 242 

Tampico, Fla., 295, 315 

Tamworth, N. H., 128 

Taney, 370 

Tangier, 558 

Tansy, Oil, 448 

Taanton, Mass., 22, 35, 37, 39, 
43, 44, 50, 60, 76, 88, 90, 91, 
99, 100, 1 06, 108, 109, no, 
III, 114, 132, 140, 141, 14s, 
146, 147, 153, 159, 160, 165, 
166, 173, 190, 198, 203, 205, 
209, 223, 226, 229, 230, 231, 
243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 251, 
252, 259, 260, 265, 266, 270, 
272, 279, 294, 297, 310, 313, 
314, 317,324. 326, 327- 336, 
342, 344, 346, 347, 351, 352, 
356, 365, 368, 369, 37 r, 376, 
395. 399, 403- 416, 424, 444, 
446, 450, 452, 469. 473, 475, 
486, 487, 488, 498, 500, 501, 
S12, 518, S2I, 524, 534, 535, 
540, 542, 544, 546; 547, 554, 
568. 573, 575, 580, 584. 58s, 
586, 587, 590, 595, 596, 601, 
602 

Tavern, 243, 302, 439 

Tayer, 50 

Taylor, 247 

Templeton, Mass., 320, 451 

Templeton, N. H., 467 

Tennessee, 240, 323, 396, 506, 
544 



Tennessee, Gov. of, 396 

Terre Haute, Ind., 303, 444, 502 

Teviotdale, N. Y., 98 

Tew, 504 

Tewksbury, N. ]., 473 

Texas, 242, 335 

Thayer, 176, 399, 502 

Thenew, Eng., 49 

Thetford, Vt., 42, 516 

Thomas, 88, 368 

Thomaston, Me., 75, 253, 330, 

502 
Thomps, Cuba, 41 
Thomps, Eng., 310 
Thompson, 1 18, 420, 421, 430 
Thompson, Ct , 58, 89, 94, 104, 

135, 147, 152, 153, 169, 199, 

211, 222, 298, 308, 310, 329, 
336, 337, 383. 384, 477, 495, 
498, 527, 539, 587. 590 

Thompsons Island, 198, 222, 378, 

412, 483, 500, 521 
Thompson, Pa., 263 
Thorndike, 494 
Thornton, 240 
Thrale, 475 
Thurston, 194 

Ticonderoga, 92, 196, 480, 488 
Tigress, The, 71 
Timbuctoo, 514 
Tingley, 458 
Tisbury, Mass., 349 
Tiverton, R. I , 67, 72, 73, 74, 79, 

104, 134, 155, 196, 207, 211, 

212, 253, 28r, 288, 299, 310, 
313, 325. 332. 356, 372, 373. 
391,424, 433. 441, 53', 533. 
536. 547- 555. 561. 577 

Toadstool, 70 

Todd, 302 

Tolland, Ct., 142, 288 

Tomb, 134 

Tompkins Co., N. Y., 230 

Tookabatchee, Tenn., 544 

Tookey, 181 

Topfield, Mass., 150, 499 

Torrington, N. Y., 293 

Torp, 365 

Totten, 375, 466 

Toulouse, Fr., 131, 342 



CII 



INDEX 



Tournai, Fr., 543 
Trafalgar, 595, 600 • 
Traveller, Brig, 84 
Travellers, 289, 348, 406 
Travers, 245, 395 
Treadwell, 238, 444 
Taunton, Battle of, 23, 168 
Trenton, N. ]., 23, 81, 98, 151, 

289, 354, 425.468, 517, 534; 

543. 577, 578, 588 
Trescott, Me., 85 
Trident, Brig, 168, 394 
Trieste, 349, 350 
Trinidad, Cuba, 88, 141, 397 
Trinidad Island, 67 
Trinidad, W I., 5 1, 1 15, 421, 522, 

587 
Trinity Church, 457 
Trinity College, 450 
Triton, Brig, 470 
Troy, Mass., 42, 134, 160, 247, 

341, 365, 560, 575 
Troy, N. H., 433 
Troy, N. Y., 81, 103, 139, 227, 

254. 259, 334, 424, 464, 526, 

537. 549. 588 
Trumbull, Ship, 154 
Truxillo, Peru, 602 
Tunis, 131 
Turin, It., 348 
Tuscany, Ship, 288 
Tuscalosa Village, 529 
Tuskany, It , 290 
Two Brothers, Brig, 568 
Two Brothers, Schooner, 335, 

410 
Two Brothers, Sloop, 384 
Tyler, 301 
Tyringhara, Mass , 298 



U 



Uncas, 390 

United States, 1 19, 133, 242, 268, 
287,293, 298, 299, 331, 375, 
37». 390, 398, 406, 411, 419, 
424. 439, 456, 464. 485, 488, 
489, 500, 502, 577 



United States Agent, 374, 490, 
516 

United States Brig Enterprise, 
76, 182, 477 

United States Brig Ontario, 145 

United States Brig Spark, 92, 
167, 327, 425 

United States Brig Sport, 491 

United States Brig Vixen, 181 

United States Consul, 96, 175, 
230, 295, 408, 433, 482. 538, 
551, 557, 558 

United States Corvette, John 
Adams, 59 

United States Frigate President, 
606 

United States, President of, 302 

United States Schooner Fire 
Fly, 211 

United States Schooner Gram- 
pus, 36 

United States Schooner Non- 
such, 237 

United States Schooner Porcu- 
pine, 219 

United States Schooner Spark, 
160 

United States Schooner Tartar, 

53 
United States Senator, 51, 204, 

281, 367- 394, 435, 475, 547 
United States Ship Alen, 59 
United States Ship Brandywine, 

. 371 
United States Ship Congress, 

97, 191 

United States Ship Constella- 
tion, 103, 150, 222, 229, 331, 
338 

United States Ship Constitution, 
186, 206, 257, 411, 499, 502, 
530, 563 

United States Ship Cyane, 105, 

207, 3 '3. 35', 463, 500, 539, 
584 

United States Ship Decoy, 183, 

542 
United States Ship Enterprise, 

_ 363, 584 
United States Ship Essex, 209 



INDEX 



cm 



United States Ship Franklin, 
228, 284, 374, 527, 564 

United States Ship Guerriere, 
265 

United States Ship Hornet, 36, 

374 

United States Ship Independ- 
ence, 114, 261 

United States Ship John Adams, 
£76, 344, 412 

United States Snip Macedonian, 

24. 309, 45 S. 496 
United States Ship North Caro- 
lina, 96 
United States Ship Ontario, 519 
United States Ship Pallas, 37 
United States Ship Peacock, 390, 

589 
United States Ship President, 

194, 211, 244, 330, 372, 376 
United States Ship United 

States, 81 
United States Ship Wasp, 374 
United States Sloop of War 

Hornet, 29 
United States Sloop of War 

Wasp, 334 
Unity, Me., 198 
Universalist Society, 421, 510 
University, Brown, 179, 247, 409, 

428, 486, 567, 568, 596 
University, Cambridge, Eng., 

165, 194 
University, Columbia, 360 
University, Dartmouth, 204 
University, Edinburgh, 222, 347 
University, Georgia, 164 
University, Harvard, 25, lOi, 

117, 154, 206, 21 1, 392, 458, 

468, 564, 60 r 
University, Kings, 523 
University, Maryland, 102 
University, Munich, 192 
University, New Jersey, 572 
University, New York, 99, 481 
University, Oxford, 450 
University, Pennsylvania, loi, 

521 
University, Princeton, 566 
University, Transylvania, 269, 

412 



University, Vermont, 477 
University, Wesleyian, 574 
University, William and ■ Mary, 

521 
University, Yale, 162, 164, 375, 

S03, 572 
Updike, 64 
Upper Canada, 49, 420, 429, 513, 

580 
Upper Freehold, N. J., 302 
Upper Louisiana, 3 1 1 
Upper Peru, 496 
Upperville, Va., 414 
Upton, Mass., 163, 283, 604 
Urbana, N. Y., 525 
Utica, N. Y., 80, 127, 312, 403, 

SS2 
Uxbridge, Mass., 25, 26, 44, 84, 

154, 196, 210, 236, 267, 270, 

28s, 376, 398, 399. 420, 497. 
498, sio, 511, 555, 578, 584, 
604 



Vallett, 273 

Valley P^alls, R. I., 31,222, 305, 

317.413,459, 561 
Valley Forge, 34, 468 
Valparaiso, S. A., 150, 261, 302, 

606 
Vancouver, 309 
Vandalia, 111., 318 
Vanderbilt, 322 
Van Ness, 357 
Van Patten, 538 
Varnum, 325 
Venice, 25, 118, 237, 398 
Venus, Brig, 42S 
Vera Cruz, 105, 481 
Verdom Dom, 22 
Verdun, Yr., 81 
Vergennes, Vt., 545 
Vermont, 64, 161, 167, 246, 262, 

290, 367. S'O, 592 
Vernon, Ct , 564 
Vernon, Vt., 226 
Verona, It., 477 
Vershire, Vt., 291 



CIV 



INDEX 



Videtts, 414 

Vienna, Aus., 119, 120, 540 

Ville Franca, It., 387 

Villiveque, Fr., 465 

Vincannes, Fr., 448 

Vine, Brig, 544 

Vinson, 446, 569 

Virginia, 25, 34, 46, 57, 58, 59, 7t, 
84, 93, 100, 108, 125, 142, 
149, 158, 164, 183, 189, 193, 
195. 196, 197. 223, 250, 268, 
270, 293, 301, 306, 323, 332, 
344. 368, 383, 386, 391, 398, 
408, 412, 413, 420, 444, 477, 
48s, 487. 496, SOI, 509, 521, 

523. 559, 575, 593 
Virginia Convention, 58, 93, 164, 

368, 412, 420, 486, SOI, 523 
Vitieau, Fr., 123 
Vitriol, SS4 
Vixen, U. S. Brig, 181 
Volante, Brig, S3 5 
Volcan, 37 
Volet, 447 
Volmy, Fr., 318 
Voltaire, 470 
Voluntown, Ct., 162, 326 
Vortex, 37 
Vose, 424 
Voyage, 371, 397 
Voyage, Whaling, 36s 



W 

Wabash, 103 
Wabash, Ship, 229 
Wade, 64, 266 
Wadesboro, S. C, 119 
Waitesboro, Vt., 559 
Wakefield, Eng., 526 
Wakefield, Mass., 415 
Wakefield, N. H., 276 
Wakefield, R. I., 518 
Walcott, 247 
Wales, G. B, , 363 
Waldoboro, Me., 253, 256 
Walker, 348 



Wall, 344 

Wallingford, Ct., 323, 404 
Wallingford, Mass., 134 
Walpole, Mass., 266, 416, 424, 

478, 548, 570 
Waltham, Mass., 154, 206, 363, 

475 
Wansley, 302 
Wanton, 275, 566 
Wapaugh Kanctia, 130 
War of 1812, 85 
War, French, 47, 81, 157, 178, 

242, 256, 273, 292, 328, 4S3, 

495. 5 '4 
War, French and Indian, 141 
War of Independence, 78 
War of the Revolution, 47, 81, 

141, 150, 306, 328, 416, 503, 

5'4 
Ward, Mass, 356,451, 479, 486, 

578 

Ward well, 133 

Ware, Mass.. 378, 438 

Wareham, Mass., 155, 347, 368 

Warehouse Point, Ct., 305 

Warner, 60, 248, 372 

Warner, N. H., 93, 492 

Warren, 426 

Warren, Me., 231 

Warren, O., 550 

Warren, R. I., 31, 32, 33, 38, 39, 
41,43,47, 48, 51, 55,64, 65, 
66. 67, 68, 81, 85, 86, 100, 
103, 105, 107, 138, 140, 141, 

142, 146, 147, 162, 167, 177, 
181, 185, 186, 187, 18S, 189, 
190, 203, 210, 227, 228, 259, 
26c, 262, 265, 267, 268, 272, 
276, 284, 290, 295, 296, 318, 
319, 326, 360,362, 364, 365, 
366, 376, 380, 381, 384, 385. 
386, 389, 391, 401, 402, 420, 

432,449.453.459, 471, 472, 
495, 5or, 521, 524, 530, 531, 
558, 559, 565. 567. 568, 574. 
575, 606 

Warrenton, 155 

Warrenton, N. C, 440 

Warrenton, Pa., 434 

Warrior, Privateer, 42 



INDEX 



CV 



Warsaw, Rus., 423 

Wart, 292 

Wartenberg, Ger., 540 

Warwick, Eng., 127 

Warwick, Earl of, 222 

Warwick, Mass., 568 

Warwick Neck, 219, 220, 505 

Warwick, N. Y., 363 

Warwick, R. I., 24, 26, 27, 30, 31, 
44. 51, 52. 54. 56, 58. 63. 65, 
67, 68, 70, 76, ^^, 97, 106, 

136, 140, 142, 143, 144, 146, 
149, 161, 173, 178, 185, 193, 
206, 207, 213, 214, 215, 216, 
217, 219, 222, 228, 229, 234, 
235, 240, 241, 242, 261, 263, 
264, 267, 268, 27s, 276, 284, 
285, 295,296, 306, 309, 3 to, 
322, 328, 331, 332, 348, 354, 
355, 358. 362, 364, 372, 373, 
399, 401, 446, 472, 483, 484, 
504. 505. 508, 509, 527, 534, 

541, 545, 546, 549, 551, 553, 
580, 58 1, 585, 586, 593, 597, 
599, 602 

Washington, 19, 21, 122, 2"]"], 
287,350,353. 371. 401, 422, 
439. 480, 538, 550 
Washington Bank, 434, 467 
Washington, D. C, 23, 24, 33, 
46, 57. 59. 60, 87, 10!, 105, 
108, 118, 119, 120, 130, 133, 

137. 145. 155, 168, 175, 176, 
185, 193. '94. 206, 209, 22 r, 
237, 242, 243, 252, 256, 290, 
301. 314, 316,330, 331, 334, 

337. 338, 342, 354. 355. 357. 
360,368, 371, 388, 389, 397, 

405,407. 4 '7, 423. 43'. 439. 
442, 475,480, 502, 511, 514, 

542, 554, 556, 561, 562, 569, 
586, 588, 594 

Washington, Miss., 519 
Washington, N. H., 122 
Washington, N. C, 29, 214, 335, 

359. 377 
Washington, Pa., 28, 424 
Washington, R. I., 417, 464 
Washington, Ship, 145, 315, 582, 

588 



Wasp, Revenue Cutter, 395 
Wasp, U. S, Sloop of ^ar, 334, 

374 
Wasp, Yellow, 108 
Waterboro, S. C, 161 
Waterford, Ct., 177, 409 
Waterford, Mass., 226 
Waterloo, 338, 543 
Waterloo, Ala., 448 
Waterloo, N. Y., 40 
Waterloo Bridge, 5 [5 
Waterman, 80, 244, 583, 590 
Watertown, Mass., 60, 84, 104, 

105, 144, 438. 523, 584 
Watervliet, N. Y., 463 
Waterwheel, 78 
Watson, 44, 287, 336 
Wavertree. Eng, 116 
Waxwork, 415 
Wayne, 481 
Wayne Co., N. Y., 314 
Waynesville, O., 567 
Weathersfield, Ct., 377 
Weathersfield, Vt., 581 
Webb, 74, 212 
Webber, 495 
Webster, 184 
Welch, 105 
Weldon, N. C. 292 
Wellington, Ct., 497 
Wellington, Mass., 50, 85, 185, 

205, 314. 364. 434. 586, 590, 

592 
Wells, Me., 193, 285, 480 
Wells River, Vt., 1 1 1 
Welshman, 150 
Wen, 90 

Wendall, Mass., 204, 520 
Wenham, Mass., 186, 258 
Wentworth, N. H., 139, 445 
Weser, Ship, 154 
Wesleyan University, 574 
West, 455, 506 
West. N. H.. 478 
West Barnstable, Mass., 189 
West Bloomfield, N. Y., 80 
Weslboro, Mass., 305, 449 
West Boyleston, Mass., 277 
West Bridgewater, Mass., 85, 

251, 279 



CVI 



INDEX 



Westbrook, Mass., 87, S43 
West Canibridge, Mass., 147, 

357 
Westchester Co., N. Y.,210, 302 

Westchester, N. Y., 171, 411 

Westcott, 323, 328, 358, 459, 535 

Westerly, R. I., 31, 32. 55.90, 

191, 252, 328, 434, 463, 467, 

507. 508, 548.558. 559. 595 
Western, Mass., 59, 163, 434 
Western, N. Y., 166, 594 
Westfield, Mass., 172, 529, 573, 

580 
Westford, Mass., 74, 92 
Westgate, 310 
West Greenwich, R. I., 32, 70, 

207, 251, 260, 308, 428, 433 
Westhampton, Mass., 324, 450, 

451 
West Haven, Vt., 96 
West Indies, 54, 119, 152, 188, 

272,291, 43'. 441 
West Indian Waters, 80 
Westmacott, 115, 394 
Westminster, Eng., 118,465 
Westminster, Mass., 151, 320 
Westminster, Vt., 265 
Westmoreland, N. H., 519 
West Newbury, Mass., 40 
Westphalia, Vt., 262 
West Troy, N. Y., 58, 95, !02, 

145. 238, 363, 375 
Westport, Mass., 78, 92, 106, 

195, [96, 279,413 
West Spriiigiield, Mass., 108, 

347. 509. 583 
West Point, N. Y , 100 
Wethersfield, 2.^ i 
Weymouth, Mass., 136, 479 
Wheaton, 82 
Wheeler, 380 
Wheeling, O., 212 
VV'heeling, Va., 352, 353 
Wheelock, N. Y , 292 
Whipple, 250, 265, 305, 376, 551 
Whirlwind, 204 
White, 328, 329, 509 
Whitebread, 447 
Whitefield, Mass., 201 
White Hall, Pa., 300 



White Haven, Eng., 216 

Whitehead, 568 

Whitehorn, 587 

White Plains, N. Y., 266, 362, 

483. 543 

Whitesmith, 87, 253 

Whitman, 383, 522 

Whitney, 208 

Whydah, Afr., 284 

Wickes, 97, 580 

Wickford, R. I., 70, 71, 76, 78, 
80, 83, 144, 171, 172, 185, 
186, 232, 235, 236, 264, 267, 
350. 395. 418, 433. 461, 47i» 
497. 506, 552, 581. 585 

Wilbraham, Mass., 547 

Wilbur, 197 

Wilberforce, 23 

Wilcox, 205 

Wilder, 389 

Wilkes Co., N. C, 170 

Wilkesbarre, Pa., 405 

Wilkinson, 91, 167, 241, 310, 317, 
330 

William, Brig, 170, 573 

William, Schooner, 260 

William and Mary College, 521 

William Sheldon, Schooner, 70 

William Tell, Ship, 268 

Williams, 216, 250, 376, 425, 583 

Williams College. 353 

Williamsburgh, Va., 183, 420, 487 

Williamsport, Va, 82, r33 

Williamstown, Mass., 82, 1 1 5, 
283,324,431,452,492 

Williamsville, N. Y., 24, 204 

Willis, 66, 564 

Wilmington, Del., 122, 217, 306, 

391, 396, 439. 536 
Wilmington, N. C, 30, 63, 186, 
216, 245, 248, 270, 271, 302, 

309, 330, 372, 399. 4<8, 481, 

516, 524 
Wilmington, N. C, Gazette, 245 
Wilmington, O., 154 
Wilmouth, 415 
Wilson, 91, rog, 163, 411, 445, 

575 
Wilton, N. Y., 170 
Winchester, Ct., 64 



INDEX 



CVII 



Winchester, Ky., 249, 409 
Winchester, N. H., 473 
Winchester, Va., 270 
Windham, Ct., 58, 135, 166, 212, 

307. 343. 345. 440, 452, 465. 

576, 606 
Windham, Me., 249, 361, 397 
Windham, N. H., 275 
Windsor, Ct., 425, 543 
Windsor Locks, Ct., 45 1 
Windsor, Vt., 308, 485 
Winsborough, S. C, 316 
Winsor, 69, 565 
Winthrop, Me., 74, 379 
Wintonbury Parish, Ct., 550 
Wiscasset, Me., 73, 111,343,518, 

544 

Wouheo, S. I., 105 

Woburn, Mass., 501 

Wolcott, 209 

Wolcott, N. Y., 278 

Wolf, 457 

Wolfe, 293, 430, 488 

Wolfboro, N. H., 197 

Woodbridge, Ct., 552 

Woodburn, 161 

Woods Hole, Mass., 91, 429 

Wood spam, 409 

Woodstock, Ct, 33, 47, 48, 95, 
152, 166, 181, 215, 242, 201, 
320, 340, 362, 367, 386, 389, 
392, 412, 445, 446, 579 

Woodstock, Vt., 202, 282, 358 

Woodstown, N. J., 540 

Wooaward, 52 

Woolwich, Me., 154, 487 

Woonasquetucket River, 583 

Woonsocket, R. I., 221 

Woonsocket Falls, 327 

Worcester Co., Mass., 170 

Worcester, Mass., 34, 41, 42, 43, 
44, 48, 56,61, 72, 75.93.94, 
113, 114, 125, 137, 144, 146, 
165, 171, 190, 191, 192, 201, 
202, 204, 208, 212, 214, 216, 
217, 221, 227, 228, 233, 239, 
248, 253, 259, 270, 281, 282, 
286, 310, 322, 326, 328, 329, 
330, 333. 351. 352, 368, 389. 
390, 393.401. 403, 409, 415, 
442, 446, 449, 450. 474. 480, 



Worcester, Mass., — Continued 
517, 519, 544, 549, 556. 560,' 

587. 589. 594. 595. 596 

Worcestershire, Eng., 58 

Wordens, 373, 557 

Worthington, O., 224 

Wraxeter, Eng., 99 

Wrentham, Mass., 47, 52, 60, 62, 
81, 84, 108, 131, 152, 155, 
161, 162, 164, 167, 210, 245, 
248, 249, 254, 267, 303, 309, 
339. 374. 388, 399, 444. 478, 
.137. 550, 601 

Wrexford, Ire., 389 

Wyatt, 365 

Wydah, Afr., 370 

Wyeth, Co., Va., 582 

Wythe, Va., 378 



X Y 

Yale College, 134, 135, 161, 308, 

343. 353 
Yale University, 162, 164, 375, 

S03, 573 
Yankee Privateer, 318 
Yard, Navy, 43, 96, 227, 245, 

369. 567 
Yarmouth, Mass., 132, 144, 232, 

60 r 
Y?tes Co., N. Y., 467 
Yerrington, 367 
Yorke, 107 

York, Me., 198,451. 544 
York, N. Y., 250 
York, Pa., 235, 566 
Yorkshire, Eng., 526 
Yorktown, N. Y., 391, 452 
Yorktown, Va., 79, 133, 334, 437, 

442, 484 
Yorkville, S. C, 105 
Youle, 233 



Zanesville, O., 39, 132 
Zachringen, Duke of, 46 
Zachrins;ton, Duke of, 46 
Zone, Ship, 139 
Zurich, Switz., 338 



The 



Rhode Island 



American 



DEATHS 



(CONTINUED) 



THE RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN 



The first number of the Rhode Island American was issued 
Friday, October 21, 1808, by Dunham arid Hawkins, William W. 
Dunham, editor, and David Hawkins, Jr. It was printed at the 
sign of the American Eagle, opposite the market. Terms three 
dollars per year, half in advance. 

The editorial announcement in the first number stated proba- 
bly as the reason for establishing the paper that the " pressing 
necessity of the present period which was to decide whether the 
politics of Washington shall once more regain their proper influence 
in the hearts of his countrymen demands correspondent exertion." 

October 5th, 1825, a consolidation was effected between the 
Gazette and the American. The firm of Brown and Carlisle was 
formed (Hugh H. Brown and Francis T. Carlisle) and conducted 
the printing on the north side of Market Square. William S. 
Patten was editor for one year when he was succeeded by C'hristo- 
pher E. Robbins. 

In March, 1827, Mr. Carlisle bought out his partner and em- 
ployed Benjamin F. Htillett as editor. In the July following the 
Microcosm, a weekly paper, established June 10, 1825, by Walter R. 
Danforth, was absorbed by the American. Two years later (July^ 
1829,) the Cadet and Statesmen also taken in. The title was 
changed to that of the Rhode Island American Statesman 
AND Gazette. The Cadet and Statesman was founded as the 
Literary Cadet and Saturday Evening Bulletin. It was published 
by Smith and Parmenter ( Samuel J. Smith, Jonathan C. Parmen- 
ter ); Sylvester S. South worth was editor. It was a weekly until 
July, 1828, and then semi-weekly until its absorption. The last 
number was issued Friday, Feb. r, 1833. Saturday, Feb. 9, it was 
continued under the title of Microcosm American and Gazette 
until its final discontinuance March 29, 1834. Daniel Mowry, 3d, 
was proprietor of these last consolidation papers. April 6, 1833, 
he sold out to James S. Hamm & Co. (Joseph Knowles the Co.), 
who owned it at its final discontinuance. The paper obtained a 
high position in the community and had among its writers the best 
talent of the State. William Goddard was editor when it was at its 
best. 



DEATHS. 



CABOT Samuel, Esq., at Boston, aged 60 years. 

American of May 7, 1819 

Hon. George, at Boston, in 72d year, a con- 
fidential friend of Washington, Hamilton 
and Ames, April 18, 1823 

Francis, at Natchez, Miss., in 78th year, for- 
merly of Boston ; was an aide to Gen. Lin- 
coln during Shay's Rebellion ; was at New 
Orleans, Jan. 8, 1815, July 13, 1832 

CADY David, aged 63 years, leaves wife and 10 

children, Aug. 4, 1817 

Albert Martin, son of late David, in i8th 

year. American of Oct. 17, 1820 

Barzillia F., of Providence, drowned at sea 
from brig Eunice, from Amsterdam to Phil- 
adelphia, , Dec. — , 1820 

Roxana, wife of David, and daughter of Col. 
Shubael Hutchins, of Killingly, Ct., at 
Providence, in 38th year, Feb. 13, 1821 

James Howard, son of James H., at Hamp- 
ton, Ct., aged 10 months, Aug. 29, 1821 

William, son of Calvin, Oct. 8, 1822 

Washington, at Glocester, aged 46 years. 

American of Aug. 8, 1823 

Benjamin, at Brooklyn, Ct., aged 88 years. 

American of Aug. 22, 1823 

Mrs. , wife of Edwin, at Brooklyn, Ct, 

aged 25 years. American of Sept. 14,1824 

Roxana Hutchins, daughter of David, aged 6 
yt-ars, Feb. 10, 1825 

Lucy, wife of Col. Joseph, at Glocester, aged 
69 years, March 3, 1825 

Rebecca, wife of Jonathan, aged 78 years, Feb. 23, 1826 



22 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CADY Ann Greene, wife of Hezekiah, and 
daughter of Cyrus Cooke, Esq., at Gloces- 
ter, aged 33 years, leaves 8 children, 

Col. Joseph, at Glocester, in 84th year, 

Chester, aged 23, 

William, son of John P., aged 7 months, 

Nell, son of late Col. Joseph, of Glocester, 
aged 35 years, 

Chloe, wife of Dea. Josiah, in 56th year, 

Mary Ann Hutchins, daughter of David, of 

Providence, at Plainfield, Ct., in iSth year, 

CAHILL William, at New York ; fell into a lime 

kiln ; was drunk. American of 
CAHOONE James, at Newport, aged 87 years; 

Ruth, widow of Capt. Stephen H., at New- 
port, in 6ist year. American of 

Phebe, widow of James, at Newport, aged 73 
years. American of 

Capt. Charles W., of Newport, at St. Augus- 
tine, Fla.,aged 26 years, 

Mary, daughter of Capt. John W., at New- 
port, aged 9 years, 

Mrs. Mary, widow of John, at NewDort, aged 
82 years. American of 

George B., infant son of Capt. John W., at 
Newport, aged 9 months. American of 

Ann, daughter of late Capt. Charles, of New- 
port, at Jamestown, aged 30 years, 

Philena, daughter of late John, at Newport, 
aged 56 years, 

Frances, wife of Stephen H., at Newport, 
aged 39 years. American of 

Catharine, at the Newport Asylum, aged 52 
years. American of 
CAIN Samuel, at Taunton, aged "](> years, 
CAIRNES Mary Eliza, daughter of the late 

John, in this town, in 13th year, 
CAJOL, at Verdom Dom, formerly director of 
the Paraclete Convent ; he possessed sou- 
venirs of Abelard and Heloise. American 
of 
CALDER Sally, eldest daughter of James, in 
this town, in 38th year. 

Admiral Sir R , Baronet, in England, 

aged 74 years. American of 

Louisa, wife of John, aged 26 years, 

Edwin Algernon, son of William, aged 4 

years, 
Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Col. John, aged 
8 months, 



March 17, 1826 
July 31, 1826 
Nov. 2T, [827 
P'eb. 27, 1828 

Dec. 31, 1829 
May 21, 183 1 

Nov. 2, 1832 

March 25, 1831 
Jan. 6, 1814 

March 23, 18 [9 

Sept. 24, 1 819 

Aug. 16, 1821 

Nov. 14, 1824 

Dec. 7, 1824 

June 7, 1825 

Dec. 31, 1826 

Sept. I, 1827 

.Sept. 28, 1830 

Feb. 18, 1 83 1 
June 30, 1827 

Nov. IS, 1815 



Oct. 26, 1819 

Sept. ■?, 1816 

Dec. 29, i8r8 
Sept. 3, 1819 

Dec. 13, 1824 

Feb. 17, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 23 

CADWALLADER, Col. Lambert, near Tren- 
ton, N. J., aged 80 years ; he commanded 
a regiment in the Revolution and was sev- 
eral years a congressman. American of Sept. 23, 1823 

CALDWELL John E., Esq., agent American 

Bible Society, at New York. American of March 23, 1819 
John, at Burrillville, in S3d year, formerly of 

Marlboro, Mass., May 11, 1820 

Rev. David, in North Carolina, aged 99 years, 

5 months. American of Sept. 14, 1824 

Elias H., clerk of the Supreme Court of Uni- 
ted States, and attorney at law, at Wash- 
ington, D. C, after a long illness. Ameri- 
can of June 7, 1825 
Lieut. William Mackay, U. S. Army or Navy, 

at Philadelphia. American of Sept. 23 and 27, 1825 

William, keeper of the Dexter house, New- 

buryport, aged 66 years. American of Feb. 2, 1830 

CALEDONIAN, the gigantic, died Sept. i, 1808, 
in Duke street ; was 7 ft., 4 in. tall, fought 
at Crown Point in 1750, where he was 
badly wounded, yet in this condition he 
killed two French soldiers and took an offi- 
cer prisoner ; for this conduct he had a 
pension for life. American of Oct. 25, 1808 

CALL John M., at Charlestown, Mass., aged 16 

years. American of Sept. 14, 1832 

CALLAHAN John, son of John H., aged 4 

months, 23 days, May 13, 1816 

Amelia, wife of Capt. William, aged 44 years, Nov. 10, 1826 

CALLENDER Mrs. Mary, in this town, in 78th 

year, Oct. 11, 181 5 

John, of Surinam, aged 65 years, at Provi- 
dence, July 19, 1827 
Thomas, at Smithville, N. C, aged 74 years ; 
served in the Revolution ; was at Trenton, 
Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth, 
and taken prisoner at Charleston. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 7. 1828 

CALLINS Francis, in 33d year, military honors, Juiy 11, 1819 

CALLUM Miss Susan, aged 24 years, at Salem, 

Mass., suddenly. American of Feb. 16, 1821 

CALLEY Winnie, murdered by a runnaway 

negro, at Washington C. H., Ala., Sept. 5, 1827 

CALTHORPE Hon. John, 2d Lieut, of British 
frigate Junon, killed while attempting to 
separate some quarreling negroes; he was 
a brother of Lord Calthorpe and relative 
to Mr. Wilberforce, at Jamaica. American 
of July 26, 1816 



24 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CALVERT Lydia, wife of Capt. William, at 

Newport, in 48th year, 

CAMBUCERES Duke of, formerly one of the 

French consols and Duke of Parma ; was 

Arch Chancellor of the French Empire 

under Napoleon ; held the dignity of the 

Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor, at 

his death, in France. American of 

CAMBRELING Lieut. John Patten, aged 24 

years, on board the U. S. Ship Macedonian, 

CAMERON John, at Pittsburg, Penn., aged 107 

years. American of 
CAINES George, Esq., at Catskill, N Y., sud- 
denly, in 54th year, attorney at law, and 
formerly reporter of Supreme Court of 
New York. American of 
CAMETT Phebe Ann, daughter of late Isaac, 
of Warwick, at Providence, aged 23 years, 
CAMM John, clerk of Amherst Court, at Albe- 
marle, Va.; he wrapped himself up in paper 
on his bed and then set fire to the whole. 
American of 
CAMPBELL John, native of Ireland, furrier, at 
. Boston, found dead in the street, 
Lt. Col. John B., U. S. Army, at Williams- 
ville, N. Y., from a wound received July 5. 
American of 
Rev. J. P., at Chillicothe, O., aged 46 years, 
author of Natural History of the Western 
country. American of 
Rt. Hon. Lord Frederick, in London, aged 

87 years. American of 
Hon. G. W., U. S. Minister to Russia; three 
of bis children died at St. Petersburg 
within 8 days of each other. American of 
Donald, rear admiral of the White squad- 
ron, commander of the Windward station, 
at sea. American of 
Com. Hugh P., U. S. Navy, at Washington, 

D. C. American of 
Admiral Sir George, Post Admiral, of Ports- 
mouth, Eng., aged 60 years, a suicide. 
American of 
Deborah, daughter of Duncan, aged 10 years, 
Duncan, aged 70 years, lost in the woods in 

New Brunswick. American of 
Gen. , at Grenada, governor of the Isl- 
and. American of 



Aug. 24, 1823 



May 4, 1824 

March 16, 1821 

April 9, 1822 

July 22, 1825 
Oct. 22, 1822 

June 19, 1818 
Nov. 17, 1808 

Sept. 16, 1814 

Dec. 23, 1814 
Aug. 6, 1816 

July 27, 1819 

Jan. 14, 1820 
Nov. 17, 1820 

March 30, 1821 
Oct. 14, 1822 

Nov, 10, 1829 

Jan. 15, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 25 

CAMPBELL Ebenezer, at Cummington, aged 

46 years ; was thrown from his wagon and 

found dead in the road, with his horse lying 

upon him. American of Dec. 3, 1830 

Archibald, Esq., at Richmond, Va , aged 65 

years, brother of the poet. American of Dec. 10, 1830 

George, suicide from opium, at Ogdensburgh, 

N. Y., aged 25 years. American of Sept. 20, 1831 

Kenneth, at Hroadalbin, N. Y., aged loi 
years ; was a native of Scotland, come to 
America before the Revolution and served 
through the war for the colonies, Nov. 4, 1832 

CAMSON John, in Virginia, aged 120 years, 
having outlived every relative. American 
of Oct. 5, 1824 

CAMUS Louis, executed by beheading, at Paris, 

France. American of April 24, 1832 

CANADA Mrs. Nancy, at Bristol, aged 85 years. 

American of Feb. 25, 1831 

CANFIELD Edward, of Connecticut, at Cam- 
bridge, Mass., aged 20 years; member 
junior class Harvard University. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 19, 1 817 
Jared, murdered and sunk in the water, at 

New York. American of June 18, 1830 

CANN James, at New York, was bitten eight 

months ago by a dog. American of Feb. 22, 1820 

CANNING George, member of the privy coun- 
cil, secretary of the treasury, born April 
II, 1770, died Aug. 8, 1827, see account of 
and sketch. American of Sept. 21, 1827 

CANNON Adolphus, at Charlestown, Mass., fell 
down a scuttle and broke his neck. Amer- 
ican of April 9, 1820 

CANON Charles, formerly of Newport, at New 

Bedford, aged 45 years. American of Dec. 28, 1830 

CANOVA A celebrated sculptor, at Venice, Oct. 12, 1822 

CANTINE Moses, at Albany, N. Y., editor of 
Albany Argus, from drinking domestic 
cordial (Noyeau). Jan. 23, 1823 

CAPEN Benjamin, at Middleboro, Mass., aged 

21 years, June 15, 1823 

CAPRON Charles, at Uxbridge, in 74th year, Nov. 9, 1812 

Amey, only daughter of Smith, at Cumber- 
land, aged 3 years, drowned. American of April 25, 1815 
William Charles, eldest son of Ahab, of Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, at Smithfield, in 12th year, Oct. 8, 1820 
Philip, at Cumberland, in 76th year, July 29, 1821 
William, aged 37 years, June 10, 1822 
Rebecca, wife of Greene, at East Greenwich, 

aged 62 years, Nov. 11, 1822 



26 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CAPRON Maria, aged 32, wife of Newton M., of 
Montgomery, N. Y., and eldest daughter 
of Jesse Brown, of and at Cumberland, 

Sarah, daughter of Seth, at Cumberland, in 
3d year, 

Maria H., at Uxbridge, in 2Sthyear, 

Asa, formerly of Cumberland, at Smithfield, 
aged 52 years. American of 

Phebe C, wife of Effingham L., and daugh- 
ter of Jonathan Congdon, of Providence, 
at Uxbridge, 

Silas, at Cumberland, aged 53. American of 

Amarintha E., eldest daughter of Ahab, in 
2 1st year, 

Caroline Brown, infant daughter of Dr. 
George, at North Providence, aged 4 years, 

Eunice, wife of Lemuel, at Cumberland, in 
31st year, 

Mrs. Eliza B., in 31st year, and daughter of 
Jesse Brown, of Cumberland, at Dunkirk, 
on Lake Erie. American of 

Frederick Augustus, infant son of David T., 
CAPWELL Ann Matilda, second daughter of 

John, at Warwick, in i8th year, 
CARBERRY Gen. Henry, aged 66, at George- 
town, D. C , soldier of the Revolution. 
American of 

CARBONES Mr. , lost in the wreck of the 

ship Helen, at sea. American of 
CARD Mary, youngest daughter, of Deacon 
William, at Newport, in i8th year, 

Daniel, aged 22 years, drowned by upsetting 
of a boat. American of 

Sarah, wife of William, at Newport, at an ad- 
vanced age. American of 

James Carey, at Jamestown, aged 51 years. 
American of 

Miss Waitey, at Newport, aged 68 years, 

Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah, aged i year, 20 
days, 

Joseph C, at Newport, aged 26 years, 

Sarah, daughter of late Joseph, at Middletown, 
aged 73 years. American of 

Richard, at Middletcwn, aged 88 years, 

Eliza G, wife of John C, daughter of late 
Isaac Gardiner, at Newport, aged 32 years. 
American of 

William, formerly of Newport, at New Bed- 
ford, aged 86 >ears, 

Mrs. Hannah, widow of Richard, aged 70 
years, 



Dec. 3, 1824 

Dec. 12, 1825 
Jan. 5, 1826 

Jan. 8, 1828 



March 17, 1828 
April 25, 1828 

Oct.'i, 1828 

Oct. 22, 1829 

April 16, 1830 



Dec. 14, 1830 
Feb. 10, 1832 

Dec. 12, 1829 



June 14, 1822 
Feb. 4, 1 810 
July S, 1810 

Aug. 16, 1814 

Nov. 7, 1815 

Feb. I, 1820 
Sept. 16, 1822 

Sept. 20, 1822 
March 19, 1823 

Dec. 9, 1823 
Oct. 22, 182^ 

April 4, 1828 
July 5, 1828 
Aug. 8, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



27 



CARD Potter, of Providence, at Warwick, aged 
80 years, Revolutionary pensioner. Amer- 
ican of 
Jeremiah, formerly of Prbvidence, at Roches- 
ter, N. Y., in 3Sth year, 
Rachal, in 67th year, 
CARENZONI Rt. Rev. Bernard Marie, Bishop 

of Feltri, at Paris. American of 
CAREY Hannah, widow of John, formerly of 
Newport, in this town, aged 85 years. 
American of 
Dr. Joseph, at Coventry, in 42d year, 
CARY Rev. Samuel, Associate Minister of 

Kings Chapel, Bostoii, at Royston, Eng., 
CAREY Elizabeth, wife of Chad, at Johnston, 
aged about 45 years ; 11 of her 13 children 
followed her to the grave. 
Col. Wilson Miles, at Fluvanna Co., Va., 
aged 84 years ; was in earlier life collector 
for port of Hampton and James River; 
member of Virginia Assembly and Govern- 
ment of Great Britain. American of 
Joseph, formerly of Providence, at Richfield, 
N. Y , in 74th year, 

, daughter of James, at Newburyport, 

aged 7 years, killed by the caving of a 
bank, 
George, at Pawtuxet, in 47th year, 
Patty, wife of Michael, at Barrington, m 89th 

year, 
Rhoda, wife of Ebenezer, and daughter of 
Capt. James Burlingame, at Scituate, in 
30th year, 
Jonathan, at Sterling, Ct., Revolutionary 
pensioner, aged 80 years. American of 
CARLILE William, at Jonesboro, Me., aged 45 
years, 
Elizabeth Fowler, daughter of Col. John, aged 

57 years, 5 months, 
Catharine, daughter of Rev. Thomas, at 

Salem, Mass., aged i year. American of 
Catharine, daughter of Rev. Thomas, at 

Salem. American of 
Rev. Thomas, eldest son of Col. John, aged 
32 years, graduate of Brown University, 
1809; was formerly Rector of St. Peters 
Church, Salem, Mass., at Providence, 
Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin, formerly of 
Providence, at Marietta, O., in S8th year. 



Feb. 24, 1829 

June 6, 1830 
July 31, 1830 

Oct. 15, 1811 



Jan. 27, 1815 
May 7, 1815 

Oct. 22, 1815 



June 5, 1817 

Dec. 30, 1 8 17 
Aug. 18, 1818 



June 20, 1820 
Jan. 23, 1822 

March 25, 1824 



May 29, 1826 
March i, 1831 
May 6, 1813 
Oct. 22, 1816 
Sept. 4, 1 82 1 
Sept. 7, 1 82 1 

March 28, 1824 
Sept. 28, 1824 



28 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CARLILE John R, native of Rhode Island, 
and formerly merchant of Savannah, at 
New Orleans, aged 34 years, 

John Thompson, son of Edward, aged 8 
months. 7 days, 

Col. John, in 76th year, 
CARLTON Capt. George, thrown from a sleigh 
and killed on returning from Boston, at 
Johnston, Vt. American of 

Ann Frances, infant daughter of George, 
aged I year, 4 months, 

George, of Bath, Grafton Co., N. H., at 
Providence, aged 29 years, 
CARLYLE, a negro driver, murdered by a black 

man at Washington, Pa. American of 
CARMEY Tiney (colored) at Philadelphia, aged 

114 years, 
CARMOT The French Revolutionary states- 
man ; was member with Napoleon of the 
French Executive Consulate at Modge- 
burgh, aged 70 years. American of 
CARPENTER Capt. James at Newport, aged 
40 years. American of 

Asel, at Rehoboth, aged 79 years, 

Abiah, at Rehoboth, in s8th year, 

Betsey, daughter of Capt. Thomas, at Paw- 
tuxet, in 20th year, 

Hopestill, widow of Abiah, at Rehoboth, in 
49th year, 

Lydia, eldest daughter of Abiah, at Reho- 
both, in 24th year, 

Dea. Cyril, at Attleboro, aged 69 years. 
American of 

William, of this town, at Pawtuxet, aged 27 
years, 

Mrs. Chloe, at Rehoboth, aged 46 years, 
wife of Thomas, ist. American of 

Mrs. Freelove, wife of Dr. Cyrel, at Foster, 
in 75lh year. American of 

Patience, wife of Capt. Peter, at Seekonk, in 
26th year, 

Uriah, at Adams, Mass. His house burnt 
and two of his children perished. Amer- 
ican of 

Hon. Peter, at Rehoboth, aged about 43 
years, member of Massachusetts Legis- 
lature; has wife and six children. Amer- 
ican of 

Olive, at Seekonk, in 31st year. American 
of 



Dec. 22, 1828 

April 7, 1829 
July t8, 1832 



March 6, 1821 

Oct. 31, 1828 

Feb. 6, 1831 

Feb. IS, 1828 

April 5, 1828 

Oct. 3, 1823 

Nov. 22, 1808 

May 4, 1809 

July 19, 1809 

Nov. 14, 1 8 10 

Nov. II, 1810 

Feb. 13, i8u 

Dec. 13, 181 1 

July 28, 1 812 

Feb. 5, 1813 

March 2, 1813 

May 12, 1813 

Dec. 24, 1813 

June 21, 1814 
Aug. 9, 18 14 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



29 



CARPENTER Nathan, at Attleboro, in 48th year, 

Beston (colored), at Coventry, aged about 66 
years, 

Arnold, son of Joseph, at North Providence, 
in 19th year, of lockjaw. American of 

Mrs. Martha, wife of Elihu, at Seekonk, in 
57th year. American of 

Dr. Cyrel, at Foster, in 8ist year, a pupil of 
the late Dr. Ephraim Brown, 

Esther, widow of Capt. Francis, and daughter 
of Hon. James, of and at South Kingstown, 
in 77th year, 

Susannah, wife of Thomas, Esq., at Rehoboth, 
in 54th year, 

Nathaniel, at Smithfield, aged 48 years, 

Orvilie W., son of Nathan, deceased, of Attle- 
boro, at Washington, N. C, in 23d year, 

Iryphenia, only daughter of Capt. William, in 
15th year. American of 

Lucy, widow of James, at Rehoboth, in 4Sth 
year, 

Penuel, at Seekonk, in 39th year, 

Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Comfort A., at Paw- 
tuxet, in 62d year, 

Benjamin, at Seekonk, in 56th year. Amer- 
ican of 

Avis, widow of Capt. James, Sr., at Newport, 
in 82d year. American of 

Benjamin, a midshipman in the Navy, 
drowned in boarding the U. S. Sloop of 
War Hornet, in New York Harbor. Amer- 
ican of 

William, in i;2d year, 

Hannah, widow of Jotham., Esq., at Cumber- 
land, in 72d year, 

Miss Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Thomas, 
at Rehoboth, in 38th year. 

Deliverance, wife of Nathaniel, at Cranston, 
in 70th year, 

Frances W., daughter of late Capt. James, at 
Newport, aged 36 years, 

James, at Shawneetown, 111., in 47th year, 
eldest son of Nathaniel, of Cranston, 

Eliza Ann, daughter of John J., at Cumber- 
land, aged 19 months, 

Anson, at Foxboro, aged 9 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Susan, wife of Lieut. John, at Foxboro, Mass., 
aged 53 years. American of 

, wife of Nehemiah, at Foxboro. Amer- 
ican of 



Sept. 3, 1 8 14 

Nov. 14, 1814 

Feb. 14, 1815 

March r, i8t6 

Dec. 9, 1816 

Jan. 8, 1817 

March 29, 1817 
April 28, 1 8 17 

Aug. 26, 1817 

Sept. 16, 18 1 7 

Sept. 2[, 1817 
Oct. 20, i8i8 

Jan. 28, 1819 

Feb. 5, 1819 

Oct. 12, 1819 

June 6, 1820 
June 8, 1820 

Aug. 6, 1820 

March 10, i82i_ 

April 24, 1821 

June 2, 1821 

Sept. — , 182 1 

Oct. 12, 1821 

Nov. 6, 1 82 1 

Nov. 6, 1 82 1 

Nov. 6, 1 82 1 



30 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CARPENTER William M., youngest son of Sam- 
uel, formerly of Killingly, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, in 2d year, 

William Henry, son of Augustus, aged 2 
years, 5 months, 

Isaac, at Pompey, N. Y., aged about 50, drank 
a quart of raw whiskey during the evening. 
American of 

Ezekiel, at Attleboro, in 89th year, 

George, aged 43 years, 

Abiah, at Rehoboth, aged 33 years, 

Susan S., daughter of Ezekiel, in i8th year, 

John, in 85th year, 

Daniel, at Seekonk, in 85th year, 

Master George, aged 9 years, 

Albert Greene, only son of Col. Earle, aged 
I year, 1 1 days. 

Job. of Providence, drowned by the upsetting 
of a boat in the harbor of Wilmington, N. C, 

Lydia, at Attleboro, aged 42 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Susannah, wife of Jeremiah, and daughter of 
William Sprague. at Cranston, in 28th year, 

William, son of Benjamin, of Warwick, at Wil- 
mington. N. C, aged about 33 years, 

Emily, wife of Capt. Augustus, in 38th year, 

Martha Bartlett, daughter of Job, at North- 
bridge, Mass., aged 13 years. American 
of 

Dr. Alva, son of Elihu, of Seekonk, in Mobile, 
Ala., in 27th year, graduate of Brown 1818, 

Amey A., iu 39th year, at Cumberland, 

Sarah Ann, daughter of John R., aged 14 
years, 

Ebeta, daughter of Dr. Darius, at Seekonk, 
in 4th year. 

Elpha French, infant daughter of Davis, at 
Seekonk. American of 

Thankful, wife of Benjamin, at South Kings- 
town, 
John R., in 47th year. 
Dr. Elihu, at Seekonk, in 74th year, 
Stephen Henry, son of Stephen, at Fall 
River, aged i year, 5 months. American of 
Mary, wife of Oliver, in 80th year, 
Capt. Peter, in 41st year, at New York; had 
just returned from St. Thomas where he 
had been for his health ; his remains were 
brought here and buried with Masonic and 
military honors. 



Feb. 14, 1822 
May 10, 1822 

May 28, 1822 

Oct. 9, 1822 

Nov. 19, 1822 

Dec; 27, 1822 

March 2, 1823 

March 21, 1823 

April 18, 1823 

July 18, 1823 

Aug. s, 1823 

Aug. 10, 1823 

Nov. II, 1823 

Aug. 27, 1824 

Oct. 8, 1824 
May 24, 1825 

Aug. 5, 1825 

Nov. 30, 1825 
March 7, 1826 

July II, 1826 

Aug. I, 1826 

Nov. 28, 1826 

Dec. 27, 1826 

April 28, 1827 

July 5, 1827 

July 6, 1827 
Nov. 26, 1827 



Feb. 12, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



31 



CARPENTER Jane, daughter of the late Ben- 
ajah, aged 55 years, 

Zerirah, widow of Benjamin, at Seekonk, in 
6ist year. American of 

Nathaniel, at Cranston, in 8sth year, 

David, at Lime Rock, killed by a blast, 

Peter, at Rehoboth, in 30th year, 

Fear, wife of Cyrel, at Coventry, aged 58 
years, 

Jesse, native of St. Johns, N. B., at Provi- 
dence, aged 23 years, 

Ebenezer, son of Capt. Job, drowned at Val- 
ley Falls, 

William, of Seekonk, graduate of Brown Uni- 
versity, 

Dr. Comfort Augustus, at Cranston, in 71st 
year. Masonic honors, 

Oliver, aged 85 years. 

Nathaniel G., son of Col. Earl, in sth year, 

Sarah, wife of Lewis, at Sharon, Mass., in 
54th year, 

Andrew Jackson, infant son of Hosea. Amer- 
ican of 

Henry Clay, son of Cyrel S , at Olneyville, 

Horatio, at Seekonk, ,m 22d year, 

CARR , two brothers drowned in New York 

harbor, 

Samuel, at Newport, aged 60 years ; return- 
ing from visiting a sick relative, was blown 
off the causeway near Long Wharf and 
drowned, 

Capt. John, at Newport, aged ^^ years, 

Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel E.. of New- 
port, at Warwick, aged 18 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Capt. John, at Seekonk, in 45th year, 

Henry, of Warren, at sea, on board schooner 
Exchange, of Bristol'. American of 

James and his daughter, drowned below 
Louisville, Ky.; he was formerly a con- 
gressman trom Maine, recently a merchant 
at Baltimore, 

Mary, wife of Ebenezer, at Jamestown, in 
5 Sth vear. American of 

Lydia B., daughter of William P., at New- 
port, aged 22 years. American of 

Patience, daughter of the late Daniel, of 
Jamestown, at Westerly, aged 62 years. 
American of 



Feb. 17, 1828 

March 7, 1828 

Aug. 12, 1828 

Oct. 4, 1828 

Jan. 28, 1829 

April 4, 1829 

Aug. 16, 1829 

Aug. 23, 1829 

Jan. 2, 1830 

March 10, 1830 

Oct. 8, 1830 

Feb. 22, 1832 

Aug. 19, 1832 

Sept. 4, 1832 
Dec. 19, 1832 
Dec. 19, 1832 

Dec. 20, 1808 



March 21, 18 14 
March 22, 18 14 



Sept. 30, 1 8 14 
Dec. 25, 1815 

March 6, 1818 



Aug. 24, 1818 
April 13, 1819 
Aug. 20, 1 819 

Aug. 20, 1819 



32 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CARR Miss Sally, daughter of the late Edward, 
Esq., of Jamestown, at Westerly. Ameri- 
"can of 

Joshua, at West Greenwich, aged 72 years, 

Philip, son of Capt. Caleb, of Warren, at 
Matanzas, in 23d year. American of 

Francis, Esq., attorney at law, at St. Louis, 
Mo., in 26th year, 

Hon. Francis, late member of Congress, at 
Bangor, Me., aged 69 years. American of 

Thomas Freebody, infant son of Capt. Rob- 
ert R., at Newport, aged 7 months, 

Samuel C, at Newport, in 79th year, 

Robert, of Rhode Island, aged 28 years, at 
New York hospital, of abscess, between 
Dec. I, 1821 and Feb. 28, 1822. American 
of 

Mr. , the comediin, at New Orleans, of 

the fever. American of 

Lillis, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, at 
Warren, in 2ist year, 

John, at Jamestown, in 50th year, 

Sally, daughter of late Capt. Samuel, at War- 
ren, in 28th year. American of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of late Jonathan, at 
Warren, in 76th year. American of 

Samuel E, at Newport, aged 54 years. 
American of 

Sally, widow of late Capt. Samuel, at Warren, 
in 54th year, 

Samuel I., at Newport, aged 60 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Elizabeth, daughter of Rowland, at Westerly, 
aged 29 years, 

Elizabeth, daughter of Rowland, Esq., at 
Westerly, aged 28 years, 

William, son of Samuel, at Newport, aged 17 
months, 

Betsey Miller, daughter of Capt. Caleb, at 
Warren, in 2 1 St year ; was scared on the 
road by some real or imaginary object, 

Ann, widow of Samuel C, ;it Newport, aged 
77 years, 

Thomas, son of late Oliver^ at Jamestown, 
aged 50 years, 

Caleb Saunders, son of Capt. Turner, at 
Warren, in 3d year, 

Stephen, infant son of Caleb, at Pawtuxet, 
aged 15 months, 



March 17, 1820 
Oct. 17, 1820 

May 29, 1821 

Sept. 15, 1821 

Oct. 26, 182 1 

Dec. 17, 1821 
Dec. 22, 1821 



March 22, 1822 

Oct. II, 1822 

Feb. 28, 1823 
July 24, 1823 

April 5, 1825 

Aug. 26, 1825 

Sept. 13, 1825 

March 23, 1826 

June 13, 1826 

Aug. 23, 1826 

Aug. 23, 1826 

June [3, 1827 

June 27, 1827 

March 20, 1828 

Aug. 21, 1828 

Sept. 29, 1828 

>Oct. 2, 1828 



RHODE ISLA.ND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



33 



CARR Mrs. , wife of Capt. Caleb, at Warren, 

at an advanced age, 
Capt. Caleb, at Warren, a Revolutionary offi- 
cer, in 88th year, 
Eliza, wife of Stephen, daughter of Lee 

Langley, in 23d year, 
Elizabeth Mason, only daughter of John, aged 

4 years, 5 months, at Pawtucket, 
Benjamin, at Jamestown, aged 66 years, 
CARRICO Mrs. Deborah, at Beverly, aged 40. 

American of 
CARRIEL Mrs. Rebecca, at Shrewsbury, aged 

82 years, 
CARRINGTON Hon. Paul, Jr., at Charlotte Co. 
Va. American of 
Paul, E.sq , at Charlotte Co., Va., a soldier 

of the Revolution. American of 
Susan, wife of Henry, at Middletown, Ct., 
aged 44 years. American of 
CARRIQUE Henry, son of Rev. Richard, of 
Hartford, Ct. Lost at sea from brig Sea 
Island on passage from New London to 
Matanzas, aged 20 years, 
CARROLL Schuyler, son of Dr. Ephraim, at 
Woodstock, Ct., in 17th year. American 
of 
Rev. John, Roman Catholic Primate, at Bal- 
timore, aged 80 years, 
Henry, late of Washington, D. C, in Missouri, 

killed by Gentry. American of 

Thomas, of Ireland, at Mobile, aged 37 years, 
CAR RUTH Joseph, at Northboro, aged 66 

years. American of 
CARSON Capt. John, was shot Jan. 21, by Lieut. 
Smith, at Philadelphia, 
Mrs. Ann, at the Penitentiary, Philadelphia, 

of Typhus Fever. American of 
William, at Hamptonvilie, N. C, was search- 
ing for gold at the Mecklenburgh mines, 
CARTER Deadana, daughter of Stanley, at Scit- 
uate, in 13th year, 
Benjamin, merchant, at Baltimore, formerly 
of this town, aged 32 years. American of 
Robert B., Contractor for U. S. Troops in 

Georgia, at Georgia. American of 
John, Esq. , aged 69 years, a native of Phila- 
delphia; for about 45 years was editor and 
proprietor of the Providence Gazette ; was 
at one time postmaster. Sermon by Rev. 
Dr. Crocker, 



April 2, 1829 

April 3, 1829 

Jan. 6, 1830 

June 30, 1830 
March 27, 1831 

Aug. 8, 1823 
Aug. 14, 1829 

Feb. 2, 1816 
July 17, 1818 
Sept. 13, 1825 

Nov. 20, 1823 

June 30, 1809 

Dec. 3, 1815 

April 14, 1820 
Aug. 17, 1825 

June 29, 1830 

Feb. 4, 1 816 

May 4, 1824 

Sept. 7, 1829 

May 26, 1809 

May S, 1812 

Feb. 22, 1814 



Aug. 19, 1814 



34 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CARTER John, printer, in this town, in 41st year, Feb. 21, 1815 
John, formerly of East Greenwich, in 3Sth 

year, Dec. 22, 18 19 

William, of Providence, in 37th year, had 

been from home 4 years, at St. Francis- 

ville, La., Aug. 10, 1821 

Dorothy, widow of William, at Newport, in 

74th year. American of Aug. 27, 1822 

Horace, executed at Worcester for an un- 
natural assault upon an aged woman, Ruth 

Ainsworth. American of Dec. 13, 1825 

John, of Virginia, at Providence, in 25th year, Feb. 20, 1826 
Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Joseph, at Boston, 

aged 53 years, Jan. 7, 1827 

George E., aged 25 years, son of late Esbon, 

of Dudley, Masa., at Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 30, 1828 

Thaddeus P., of Boston, at Rio Janeiro. 

American of Sept. i, 1829 

Nathaniel H., Esq., of New York, at Mar- 
seilles, France ; was known as the editor 

of the Statesman and author of a book of 

travels, Jan. 2, 1830 

Capt. Benjamin, at Camden, S. C, aged 75 

years, the last of the old soldiers of Cam- 
den. He was at battles ot Brandy wine 

and Germantown where he was wounded ; 

wmtered at Valley Forge ; was at Gates' 

defeat at Camden ; was one of the skir- 
mishers to harrass Corn wall is' retreat 

through the Carolina's; was at Hobkirk 

Hill and Eutaw Springs at the taking of 

Fort Mott and joined a knot of officers un- 
der an oak tree near McCord's Ferry, who 

swore to be revenged on the British for 

hanging Col. Hayne. American of Feb. 1 2, 1830 

Dr. Benjamm Bowen, eldest son of late John, 

of Providence, at New York, aged 60 years, April 24, 1831 
Dr. Benjamin Bowen. American of April 29, 183 1 

Miss Elizabeth, at Boston, aged 52 years, May 6, 1831 

Sarah, wife of Cornelms S., aged 23 years, 

3 months, May 7, 1831 

Dr. Benjamin Bowen, a graduate of R. I. 

College, 1786, see sketch in American of Tulv i i8-?i 

CARTWRIGHT Major, the friend to Civil -> J' ' -5 

Liberty, in England, Sept. 23, 1824 

John, the celebrated performer on musical 

glasses, at New York, aged 68 years. 

American of jjgj, - jg2^ 

Thomas, of Rhode Island, at New York ' ' 

Hospital, aged 28 years, Aug. 23, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



35 



CARTWRIGHT James, of Nantucket, at sea, of 

an unknown disease, July lo, 1828 

CARVALDO Moses Gomez, a Jew born in 

Portugal in 1706, emigrated to Holland in 

1729 ; has been twice married. His eldest 

child died when 78 years and his youngest 

is only 22, both children by first wife. In 

1798 his second wife was delivered of a 

son who died shortly after. In 1804 he 

saw his 5th generation in a great, great 

grandson. He never lost a tooth or wore 

glasses. American of 
CARVER Amey, wife of John G., in 29th year, 
Capt. Joseph, formerly of Scituate, R. I., at 

Richfield, N. Y., 
Frederick A. M., at Taunton, aged 32 years, 
Sally, widow of William, at Taunton, aged 

56 years. American of 
Joanna, widow of Nathan, at Taunton, aged 

80 years. American of 
John, aged 42 years, 
Preston, of Shutesbry, at New Braintree, 

aged 22 years. In an attempt to descend 

from a load of hay, he slipped, a stake was 

driven through his body and broke off. He 

lived 43 hours in great suffering. Amer- 

of 
CASBEN William Henry, youngest son of Jere- 
miah, of Elkton, at Newark, Del., aged 19 

years. He and his preceptor had a falling 

out and he withdrew from school. His 

father ordered him to apologize ; rather 

than do it he shot himself, saying death 

before dishonor, Dec 9, 1814 

CASE Celinda, wife of Capt. John P., at North 

Kingstown, aged 33 years, Jan. 29, 1813 

Hannah, wife of Nathan, at Coventry, aged 
63 years, Oct. 7, 1828 

CASEY Mr. , in Dublin, Ire.; he directed 

that instead of expense at his funeral good 

and comfortable overcoats for 30 poorest 

men in the parish and 20 silk handker- 
chiefs for 20 poorest women, and that 

they should appear at his funeral with 

these on ; that 6 poor men act as bearers 

and have £1 each for their trouble. Amer- 
ican of May 17, 1816 
Silas, Esq., at East Greenwich, in 8ist year, Sept. 27, 1814 
Abigail, widow of Silas, Society of Friends, 

at East Greenwich, m 85th year, Sept. 14, 1821 



May 3, 1816 
March 8, 1813 

June 8, 181 5 
Aug. 16, 1822 

Feb. 13, 1824 

March 2, 1827 
Jan. I, 1829 



Aug. 6, 1830 



36 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CASEY John, at East Greenwich, aged 88 years. 
American of 
Elizabeth, wife of Wanton, Esq., at East 
Greenwich ; was a native of Brookfield, 
Mass., and daughter of Major N. Goodale, 
a Revolutionary officer ; he removed in 
1789 to Ohio, where he was killed by the 
Indians ; she married early in Marietta, 
O., and has since lived in Rhode Island ; 
her age was 57, 

CASHIER Catharine, murdered by Susan An- 
thony, who was sentenced to be hung for 
the crime. American of 
Catharine, executed at Blackwell's Island, 
New York, for murder, 

CASHMAN John, a seaman, executed at Lon- 
don, for rioting; he died with great courage, 

CASKEY Robert, murdered by Malcolm Wor- 
ley, in Adair Co., Ky., aged 82 years, 

CASSEDY Cornelius, native of Ireland, at 
Portsmouth, suddenly, 

CASSIDY James, waiter, killed by an explosion 
of a boiler on steamer Chief Justice Mar- 
shall, in Hudson River, 

CASSIN Lieut. Joseph, at sea, on board U. S. 
Ship Hornet, off Pensacola. American of 

Mrs. , wife of the Commodore, at sea, 

on passage from Norfolk to Charleston. 
American of 
Com. John, commanding the Southern 

squadron, at Charleston, S. C, 
Lieutenant-Commander Joseph, on board U. 
S. Sch, Grampus, on passage from Pensa- 
cola to Havana, 

CASTALL Thomas, drowned in New York har- 
bor, 

CASTANOS General, in Spain, aged 75 years. 
American of 

CASTILLANO Garcia Joseph Demas, executed 
at Norfolk, Va., for murder of Peter La- 
gourdotte, 

CASTILLIO Joseph, seaman, of Boston, at 
Providence, 

CASTINE Jane, colored, at the Poorhouse, 
Erie Co., N. Y., aged about 1 19 years ; she 
was born at Nine Partners, N. Y., in 171 1. 
American of 
Jane (colored), at Poorhouse, Erie Co.. N. Y., 
aged 119 years; she was born at Nine 
Partners, Dutchess Co., N. Y., 171 1. 
American of 



Feb. 23-, 1827 



Aug. 2, 1830 

March 24, 1829 

May 7, 1829 

March 11, 1817 

Sept. 22, 1826 

Aug. 22, 1824 

April 22, 1830 
Oct. 9, 1 82 1 

Dec. 14, 1 82 1 
March 24, 1822 

Nov. 30, 1826 
Dec. 20, 1808 
Sept. ri, 1818 

June I, 1821 
April 14,^1828 

June 15, 1830 

July 2, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 37 

CASTOFF Jeremiah F., son of John, of New- 
port, at Savannah, Ga., in 23d year, first 
mate of ship Good' Return, June 27, 1820 

John, at Newport, aged 67 years, May 21, 1824 

CASWELL Mary, wife of William, in 49th year, 

at Newport. American of July 30, 1816 

Cyrus, at Taunton, aged 46 years, Oct. 2, 1821 

Moses, at Taunton, aged 88 years, Nov. 22, 1821 

, wife of Noah, at Taunton, April 13, 1823 

G. K., native of Taunton, aged 30 years, in 

Jefferson Co., Miss., Oct. 26, 1824 

Francis, son of Ebenezer, at Taunton, aged 

26 years. American of March 20, 1827 

George, at Taunton, aged 8i years. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 16, 1828 
Mary T., infant daughter of Rev. Prof. Cas- 
well, Oct. 8, 1832 

CATLIN Julius, brother of the artist, drowned 
at Carthage, Lower Falls, N. H. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 30, 1828 

CATTONEAU Capt. D. N., at Savannah; he 
commanded the U. S. frigate Pallas under 
Paul Jones, served in the Revolution. 
American of Dec. 27, 1808 

CAULFIELU Thomas, comedian, formerly of 
Boston Theatre, at Cincinnati, in 49th 
year. American of May 19, 1815 

CAUTRE Louis, a Frenchman; he dressed him- 
self in Oriental costume, presented him- 
self at the door of a hermitage near Mt, 
Vesuvius and announced he wished to stay 
a few days ; he got a hermit to accompany 
him to the crater of the volcano, where he 
deliberately jumped into its vortex. Amer- 
ican of April 6, 1821 

CAVENDISH Mrs. , from the shock of the 

death of the Princess Charlotte, in Eng- 
land. American of Jan. 13, 1818 

CAWING John W., son of Henry, at New York, 

aged 5 years. American of Aug. 10, i8ig 

CAZEY Corporal John, native of Ireland, at 
Newport ; was found dead under the ram- 
parts of Fort Adams ; supposed to have 
fallen from the heights in a fit of derange- 
ment, Oct. 2, 1824 

CEASER, a negro, executed at Norfolk, Va., for 

murder of Officer Flood, July 14, 1815 

CEAVER John, nativeof Ireland, at the asylum, Jan. 27, 1829 

CEY Miss Rebecca, at Bristol, aged 24 years, Dec. 17, 1832 



38 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CHASE Hon. Samuel, in Maryland, one of the as- 
sociate justices of the United States, a pat- 
riot of 1776. American of June28, 1811 
CHACE William, son of John, at Attleboro, in 

24th year, July 4, 181 1 

Asa, at Somerset, in 69th year, July 19, 1812 

Lyman, at Smitnfield, in 21st year, Oct. 25, 1813 

Edward, at Warren, aged 76 years. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 23, 1 8 14 

Mary, wife of Capt. William, formerly of this 
town, at Lansingburgh, N. Y., aged 84 
years. May 7, 18 15 

Frances, daughter of William, aged 3 years, 

in this town, Oct. 24, 1815 

CHASE Marcus, at Rehoboth, in 28th year, April 14, 1816 

CHACE Francis, at Amesbury, of hydrophobia ; 
was bitten middle of last March by a heifer 
who it was thought had been bitten by a 
dog. American of June 18, 1816 

Francis, Jr., at Newtown, N. H., in 32d year; 
an obituary and long account in American 
of June 28, 1816 

Zachais, at Portsmouth, in 79th year, of So- 
ciety of F"riends, Aug. 6, 1816 
CHASE Alice, daughter of late Zacchaus, at 

Portsmouth, in 43d year, May 4, 18 17 

CHACE Harriet Jones, infant daughter of John 

B., in this town, Aug. 6, 1817 

Hugh, editor of Louisiana Rambler ; was 
killed by George B. Curtis, who fired a 
musket within a foot of his face, said act 
was done m a quarrel. Chace leaves a widow 
not IS years old, at Natchez, Miss. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 2, 1818 

Capt. S. W. C, native of Massachusetts, at 

Savannah, Ga. Masonic honors, Nov. 25, 18 [8 

George Jenkins, son of John B., aged 3 mos., Sept. 25, 1819 

Freeborn, daughter of Holder, at Portsmouth, 

aged 38 years. American of Nov. 30, 1819 

Capt. Gilbert, at Newport, in soth year. 

American of Jan. 14, 1820 

Holder, at Portsmouth, in 86th year. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 14, 1820 

Samuel, son of John B., aged 22 months, March 7, 1820 

Pardon, formerly of Attleboro, at Fayetteville, 

N. C, in 27th year, Sept. 17, 1820 

Benjamin, at Portsmouth, in 73d year, Nov. 13, 1820 

Mary, eldest daughter of Caleb, at Dighton, 

Mass. American of Dec. 5, 1820 

Sherbourne, was wounded at Powder Mill ex- 
plosion, caused death. American of Dec. 15, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



39 



CHACE Joanna, widow of Edward, at Warren, 
in 91st year, 

, a lad, from a severe punishment by the 

teacher, at Athens, Vt. American of 

Sarah, daughter of James, at Middletown, 
aged 17 years. 

Content, daughter of Benjamin, deceased, at 
Portsmouth, aged 41 years, 

Capt. John, of Providence, at St. Mary's, Ga., 
in 37th year, 

Elizabeth, widow of Zacheus, at Portsmouth, 
in 83d year. Society of Friends. American 
of 

Peter, at Middletown, aged 30 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Jonathan, at Nantucket, aged 69 years. 
American of 

Freeborn, widow of Holder, at Portsmouth, 
aged 79 years. American of 

Susan, wife of James, and daughter of Thomas 
R. Congdon, of Jamestown, at Portsmouth, 
aged 29 years, 

Elizabeth, widow of Aaron, at Portsmouth, 
aged 86 years. American of 

Stephen, of Society of Friends, at Kensing- 
ton, N. H., aged 70 years. American of 
CHASE James, son of James, at Taunton. 

American of 
CHACE James, son of Asa, of Swanzey, at Fair- 
haven, aged about 21, 

Hannah F"., wife of John B., and daughter of 
Alexander Jones, of Providence, at Charles- 
town, Mass., in 33d year, 

Capt. Stephen B., a nautical commander 
who formerly sailed out of this port, at 
Somerset, 

Michael, of Rhode Island, at New Orleans. 
American of 

Daniel, Esq , at Prudence Island, aged 65 
years, former member of General Assem- 
bly from Portsmonth, 

Anna, wife of Capt. Henry, formerly of Little 
Compton, at Scipio, N. Y., 

Rev. Philander, Jr., of Zanesville, Ohio, son 
of the Rt. Rev. Bishop Chace, at Charles- 
ton, S. C, 

Jonathan, suddenly, at Swanzey, in 78th year, 
of Society of Friends, 

Nancy V., daughter of late Elisha, at New- 
port, aged 24 years, 



March 9, 1821 

March 16, 1821 

March 2r, 1821 

June 7, 1821 

Sept. I, 1821 

Oct. 2, 1 82 1 

Oct. 12, 1821 

Nov. 27, 1821 

Sept. 17, 1822 

Jan. 3, 1823 

March 25, 1823 

Aug. 12, 1823 

Sept. 19, 1823 

Oct. 3, 1823 

Oct. 14, 1823 

Oct. IS, 1823 
Oct. 28, 1823 

Nov. 19, 1823 
Feb. 19, 1824 

March i, 1824 
June 25, 1824 
Aug. 12, 1824 



40 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CHACE Arnold Rhodes, infant son of Capt. Eph- 
raim, 

Capt. Abner, at Sutton, Mass., aged 43 years. 
American of 

Edward, at Somerset, in S3d year, of Society 
of Friends, 

Hannah, widow of Capt. Samuel, at Newport. 
American of 

Edmund, at Rehoboth, aged about 26, fell 
from a stage, 

Hannah, wife of Benjamin, at Middleboro, 
aged 50 years, 

Abigail, widow of Amos, and daughter of 
Robert Miller, of Dighton, at Mendon, 
aged 83 years, 

Susan, wife of Oliver, at Fall River, in 54th 
year, 

John Q., son of William, in 5tb year, 

John, at Swanzey, aged 53 years. American 
of 

John, at Swanzey, aged 53 years. American 
of 

Philip, son of Simeon, of Rehoboth, at Water- 
loo, N. Y., aged about 44 years, 
CHASE David P., at Millbury, aged 75 years. 

American of 
CHACE Elizabeth Stillwell, infant daughter of 
John 13. and Lydia S. Chase, 

Patience, widow of Nathan, at Somerset, 

aged 7 ( years, of Society of Friends, 

CHASE Phebe, wife of Amasa, and daughter of 

Nehemiah Cole, of Society of Friends, at 

F"armington, N. Y. American of 

CHACE Mrs. Polly, at Brookfield, aged 33 years, 

Lothrop L., of Barnstable, mate of the Sap- 
pho, at New Orleans. American of 

Simeon, at West Newbury, aged 84 years, 
graduate of Harvard. American of 

Desire, wife of John, at New Bedford, aged 
22 years. American of 

Edwin Lippitt, twin son of John B. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. Benjamin, at Fall River, 

Hannah, aged 81 years, of Society of Friends, 
CHASE John, eldest son of James, at Middle- 
town, aged 46 years, member of General 
Assembly. American of 

Ruth, widow, at Nantucket, aged 59 years. 
American of 



April 18, 1825 
July 8, 1825 
July 24, 1825 
Sept. 6, 1825 
Dec. 19, 1825 
July 30, 1826 

Feb). 19, 1827 

July 30, 1827 
Jan. 21, 1828 

Feb. 12, 1828 

Feb. 29, 1828 

March 31, 1828 

April I, 1828 

Oct. 25, 1828 

Jan. 18, 1829 

May I, 1829 
July 29, 1829 

Sept. II, 1829 

Oct. 9, 1829 

March 19, 1830 

May 14, 1830 
July 29, 1830 
Nov. 28, 1830 

Feb. 8, 1831 
March 11, 183 1 



RHODE ISLAJiTD AMEIligAN— DEATHS 



41 



CHACE Rhoda G., infant. daughter, of Dr. Jarvis 

B., at Warren, aged 7 months, 
Eliza, wife of Samuel C., in 24th year, 
Capt. Philip, master of sloop Victory, of Free- 
town, at Providence, 
George Henry, infant son of William W., 

aged I year, 
William Buchanan, son of Samuel C, aged i 

year, 
Alfred A., son of Dean, at Central Falls, in 

1 8th year, 
CHADSEY Elisha G., aged 26 years, drowned 

near Prudence. Island by upsetting of a 

boat, 
Jabez, at North Kingstown, in looth year, 
Jabez, at North Kingstown, in 67th year, very 

suddenly. American of 
Rachel, widow of Sirket, at North Kings- 

tcwn, aged 49 years, 
George, at North Kingstown, aged 41 years, 
John, Jr., at North Kingstown, 
CH.'^DWICK Frances, daughter of Joseph, at 

.Newport, aged 11, years. American of 
John, mate of sloop Fly, of Bristol, drowned 

at sea. American of 
Joseph, at Newport, aged 44 years, 
Lieut. Daniel, at Worcester, Mass., aged 37 

years. American of 
Frances Amelia, infant daughter of John, at 

Bristol, aged 2 months, 7 days, 
Mary Elizabeth, daughter of John, at Bristol, 

aged I year, 10 months, 
Seth H., formerly of Falmouth, Mass., at 

Providence, in 30th year, 
Isaiah, at Falmouth, aged 80 years. Ameri- 
can of 
CHAFFEE Willard, son of late Jonathan, at 

Seekonk, in 24th year, 
Nathaniel, at Seekonk, aged 87 years, 
Ephraim, at Seekonk, in 66th year. Ameri- 
can of 
William Crapon, son of Major Zachariah, 
Louisa Martin, daughter of William, 

Olneyville, aged i year, 1 1 days, 
Aaron, Jr., at Seekonk, in i8th year, 
Joseph barney, son of William, aged 

months, at Olneyville, 
.'. Abigail, wife of Daniel, in S4th year, 

Thomps, Cuba, 
Miss Nancy, formerly of Providence, at Bal 

timore, in 37th year, 



at 



18 



at 



April II, 183 1 
Nov. 29, 1 83 1 

Feb. 23, 1832 

Feb. 29, 1832 

Oct. 5, 1832 

Sept. 2, 1832 

Aug. 14, 1818 
Jan. I, 1820 

Sept. 22, 1820 

June 26, 1822 

Sept. 25, 1822 

Oct. 5, 1828 

April II, 1820 

May 25, 1821 
Sept. 6, 1822 

March 4, 1825 

Jan. 30, 1829 

Feb. 6, 1829 

June 8, 1829 

Jan. s, 1830 

Sept. 27, 1 82 1 
July 3, 1822 

Aug. [2, 1825 
Sept. 23, 1825 

Nov. 24, 1826 
Feb. 3, 1827 

April 29, 1827 

April 22, 1828 

June 6, 1828 



42 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CHAFFEE Selene Edwards, daughter of Major 
Zachariah, in 5th year, 

, child of Zachariah, killed by being run 

over by a wagon, 

Eunice Foster, daughter of Stephen, at Bris- 
tol, 

Amelia D., wife of Harvey, in 29th year, 

Richard Saunders, infant son of Capt. Josiah, 
aged 9 months, 10 days, 

Richard Saunders, son of Capt. Josiah, aged 
9 months. 10 days, 
CHALONER Wilham, son of late Capt. Walter, 

of Troy, Mass., at Havana, aged 41 years, 
CHAMBERLAIN Mrs. Charlotte, wife of Cal- 
vin, in this town, in 53d year; leaves two 
daughters, 

Benjamin, at Thetford, Vt., aged 7 years ; 
killed by a loaded gun that he and his 
brother were playing with. American of 

Miss Deliverance, at East Bridgewater, 
Mass., aged 52 years. American of 

Hannah, widow, at Worcester, aged 63 years, 

Elizabeth M., at Coventry, in 60th year, 
CHAMBERS Nancy, eldest daughter of James, 
in 19th year. American of 

George, Esq., at London, aged 82 years ; he 
formerly practiced law in Maryland. Amer- 
ican of 

James, aged 63 years. American of 

Reuben B., aged 24 years, 

William, M: D., at New York, inventor of 
medicines for cure of intemperance, 

John S., son of John, at Sharon, aged 14 
years ; he fell from a horse, one foot 
caught in the stirrup and his head striking 
a log caused instant death. American of 

Charles H., m 7th year, 
CHAMPLAIN George, Esq., at Newport, 

Benjamin, eldest son of Hon. Daniel, of Exe- 
ter, at North Kingstown, aged 25 years, 

Benjamin, at Exeter, aged 76 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Capt. Guy. native of New London, Ct., 
drowned by upsetting of a boat in Louisi- 
ana; he commanded during the late war 
the privateers Gen. Armstrong and War- 
rior, in both of which he had severe actions 
with the enemy. American of 

Samuel, at Exeter, aged 71 years. American 
of 



Oct. 23, 1828 

Oct. 23, 1828 

Dec. 24, 1828 
April 13, 1 83 1 

Oct. 24, 1 83 1 

Oct. 24, 1 83 1 

Oct. 25, 1821 

Aug. 3, 1817 

April 24, 1 82 1 

April 14, 1826 
Aug. 23, 1826 
Aug. 28, 1830 

Feb. 3, 1824 



Aug. 2, 1825 
March 28, 1826 
March 16, 1827 

July 22, 1827 



July 30, 1830 
Dec. 30, 1832 
Nov. 16, 1809 

Sept. 29, 1814 

June 20, 1817 



Nov. 28, 1817 
Dec. 8, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



43 



CHAMPLAIN Sarah, widow of Capt. Oliver, 
and sister of the late George Gibbs, Esq., 
at Newport, m 84th year, 
Samuel A., son of Christopher, at South 

Kingstown, aged 24 years, 
Phebe, widow of Christopher, of Newport, at 

Providence, in 7Sth year, 
Capt. Adam, of U. S. revenue cutter Craw- 
ford, at St. Mary's, Fla.; was a native of 
Rhode Island, 
Mrs. Margaret, at Newport, 
Ruth, daughter of late Capt. Oliver, aged 70 

years, at Newport, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher, at South 

Kingstown, aged 14 years. American of 
Eliza, wife of William and daughter of Daniel 

Phinney, at Warren, 
Daniel G., at Exeter, in 35th year, 

[Note. This notice says he was for 
many years a Representative in the Gen- 
eral Assembly and member of Conven- 
tion to form a State Constitution. His 
age must be given wrong. J. N. A.] 

Mrs. , of Macon, drowned in the wreck 

of the packet brig Edwina, off Hatteras, 
CH AMPNEY , the master joiner, at Charles- 
town, Mass , instantly killed in the navy yard 
while launching a vessel, aged 74 years, 

CHANDLER Mr. , drowned near Bristol 

Ferry. American of 
Benjamin T., Esq., in this town, in 32d year, 
Peter, at Pomfret, in 84th year. American 

of 
Lemuel, of Providence, at Turks Island, 
Harriet Tillinghast, daughter of the late 

Lemuel, aged 19 months, 
Erastus, of firm of R. and E. Chandler, at 

Taunton, aged 42 years, 
Rufus, Esq., at London, Eng., aged 76 years, 
formerly attorney at law at Worcester, 
Mass. American of 
Eliza, daughter of Stockbridge, suddenly, aged 
about 16 years, 
CANDLER Mrs. Mary, at Pomfret, Ct., aged 73 

years. American of 
CHANDLER Arthur, formerly of Plymouth, at 
Rehoboth, 
Stockbridge, in 48th year, 
CHANEY Miss Elizabeth, at New London, aged 
28 years. 



March -1 7, 1 821 

Oct. IS, 1822 

March i, 1823 

Oct. 28, 1823 
Oct. 14, 1827 

Aug. 17, 1830 

Nov. 19, 1830 

May 22, 1831 
May 29, 1831 



June 3, 1832 

June 19, 1814 

Nov. 25, 1808 
Jan. 23, 181S 

Nov. S, 1 8 16 
Sept. 16, 1 8 17 

Nov. 2, 1818 

June 16, 1823 

Dec. 26, 1823 

Feb. 17, 1825 

March 22, 1825 

Aug. 12, 1826 
Nov. II, 1828 

Dec. 26, 1821 



44 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CH ANEY Miss Polly, at New London, aged 2j; 

years. Three sisters in this family have 

' died within nine days, 

CHANNING Francis D., at sea, the igth day 

from Rio Janeiro, on passage to Boston, 

formerly of Newport. American of 

Miss Elizabeth, of Newport, at an advanced 
age. American of 

Barbara H., wife of Dr. Walter, eldest daugh- 
ter of Samuel G. Perkins, Esq., at Boston, 
aged 25 years. American of 

Walter, Esq., at Boston, aged 69 years, for- 
merly of Newport. American of 
CH APIN Sarah, daughter of Josiah. American of 

Lucinda, wife of Reuben, in 51st year. 

Royal Sibley, son of Josiah, at Uxbridge, 
Mass., aged 22 months, 

Mary Ann, wife of Amory, and daughter of 
Col. Jeremiah Manton, at Johnston, aged 
22 years, 

Eliza Watson, only child of Amory, of Provi- 
dence, at Johnston, aged 15 months. 
American of 

Mary, daughter of Eliphalet, aged 27 years, 
at Springfield. American of 

Miss Sally B., at Warwick, in 24th year, 

Sarah Maria, daughter of Josiah, aged 15 
months, 

Charles C, son of Josiah, aged 16 months, 

Eliza (Watson), wife of Jacob, Esq., and 
daughter of Rev. Mr. Watson, of Barring- 
•ton, at Taunton, 

Thaddeus, at Worcester, aged 75 years, 

Sarah Ann, wife of Amory, in 2[st year, 
CHAPLIN J. H., Esq., at New Orleans, of the 
fever. American of 

Rev. Ebenezer, formerly pastor Second Bap- 
tist Church in Sutton, now Millbury, at 
Hardwich, Mass., aged 89 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Dr. James P., at Cambridge, aged 46 years. 
American of 
CHAPMAN Amos, formerly of Preston, Ct., 
aged 39 years, at Baltimore, 

Maria, widow of Amos, formerly of Newport, 
R. L, at Baltimore, aged 49 years, 

Miss Mary, at Newport, aged 26 years. 
American of 

Hon. Asa, of Superior Court of Connecticut, 
at New Haven. American of 



Dec. 28, 1 82 1 

March 19, 181 1 
Nov. 10, 1820 

Oct. iS, 1822 

Feb. 6, 1827 

Aug. 10, 1819 

March 18, 1821 

Aug. 13, 1824 
Aug. IS, 1825 

Nov. 25, 1825 

Sept. 5, 1826 
March 10, 182^ 

Oct. II, 1828 
Oct. 17, 1830 



Nov. 18, 1830 

March 14, 1831 

Dec. 13, 1 83 1 

Oct. II. 1822 



Dec. 31, 1822 
Oct. 21, 1828 
Aug. 30, 1823 
Sept. 3, 1823 
July 19, 1825 
Oct. 4, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 45 

CHAPMAN William/formerly of Rhode Island, 

in.Genessee, N. Y., in 68th year, Sept. — , 1828 ^ 

Ehzabeth, daughter of Peleg, at Newport, 

aged 14 years, suddenly, May i6, 1829 

John, at Attleboro, aged 76 years, soldier of 
the Revolution and pensioner. American of May 22, 1829 

Anna, at Groton, Ct., aged 94 years ; having 
left 4 children, the eldest is now 76, 41 
grand, 103 great grand and 3 great, great 
grandchildren. American of , April 23, 1830 

Capt. David, aged 52 years. A lad fihed at a 
bird and wounded the Captain so as to 
cause death. American of May 14, 1830 

Ann H., at Boston, aged 60 years. American 

of May 3, 1831 

, daughter of Amos, drowned in Con- 
necticut River, near Chatham. American 
of Aug. 30, 1831 

^, daughter of Alvin, drowned in Con- 
necticut River, near Chatham. American 
of Aug. 30, 1 83 1 

Mrs , at Rochester, N. Y. In drawing 

water, fell headlong into the well. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 10, 1832 

Ann, wife of William, at Scole, Norfolk Co., 
Eng., aged 92 years. She wished to be 
buried with her contrary to the usual posi- 
tion. She was married at 47, her husband 
17 and is now living in 62d year. Ameri- 
can of June I, 1832 
CHAPPELL John, of Marblehead, seaman of 
Brig Success, wrecked on Brant Rock, 
Marshfield, 84 days from St. Petersburg, 
Russia, Nov. 27, 181 1 

Miss , at Groton, Ct., aged 18 years, bit- 
ten by a mad dog. American of March i, 18 16 

, drowned in the bay by upsetting of a 

boat, Sept. 14, 18 17 

Edward T., formerly of Newport, only sur- 
vivini? son of Scranton, at Norfolk, Va., in 
29th year, Aug. 24, 1821 

Samuel, late of Preston, Ct., formerly of 
South Kingstown, drowned at Norwich 
Falls, Nov. 30, 1827 

Rhoda, wife of William, formerly of Newport, 

at Providence, in 50th year, July 22, 1828 

Robert, son of James, of Newport, at Fall 

River, aged 38 years, Feb. 2, 1829 

Robert, son of John, of Newport, at Fall 

River, aged 33 years, Feb. 2, 1829 



46 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CHAPPELL Sarah, widow of Scranton, formerly 

of Newport, at Providence, in 79th year, May 31, 1831 

CHAPPOTIN Leon, native of St. Domingo, and 
late a resident of Providence, at Island of 
Cuba, aged 58 years, May 7, 1823 

Miss Cordelia, daughter of Leon, deceased, of 
Providence, at Meadeville, Conn., aged 16 
years, Oct. 24, 1823 

CHARLOTTE The Princess, of England. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 6, 18 18 

CHARLES Daniel, murdered by Sarah How- 
land, near Newport. American of Oct. 27, 1826 
IV, King of Spain, at Naples, Jan. 19, 1819 
Emanuel IV, brother of the King of Sardinia, 

aged 68 years. American of Jan. 14, 1820 

Frederick, Grand Duke of Baden and Duke 
of Zoehrington, born 1728. He is suc- 
ceeded by Charles Louis Frederick, born 
1786. American of Aug. 23, 181 1 

Louis Frederick, Grand Duke of Baden, and 
Duke of Zoehringen, in Baden, aged 33 
years. American of May 7. 18 19 

CHARLTON Ellen G., wife of the Mayor, at 

Savannah. Ga. American of Oct. 31, 1820 

CHATHAM Countess, daughter of Lord Vis- 
count Sidney, at London. American of July 13, 1821 

CHATTERTON Odell,at Havana, in 26th year, 

formerly of New York. American of Sept. 22, 1829 

CHAUNCEY Charies, LL.D., at New Haven, 
aged 76, formerly Judge of Superior Court 
of Connecticut, at New Haven. American 
of May 2, 1823 

Augusta Alethea, eldest daughter of Com- 
modore Chauncey, at Washington, D. C, March 10, 1824 
Mrs. Anna, mother of the Commodore, at 
Brooklyn Navy Yard, in 88th year. Amer- 
ican of July 31, 1829 

CHAUTEAU Col. Auguste, the Patriarch, of 

St. Louis, in 80th year, at St. Louis, Feb. 24, 1829 

CHAYEUX , executed for the murder of 

Monsieur and his son, at Paris, France ; he 

died with great courage. American of Oct. 28, 1817 

CHEETHAM James, editor and proprietor of 
American Citizen and Watch Tower, at 
Hloomingdale, N. Y., in 38th year, Sept. 19, 1810 

CHEATHAM Col. Matthew, in Virginia, member 
of the Assembly for many years. Ameri- 
can of Nov. 10, 1 81 5 

CHEDPZLL Albert Parmo, infant son of George, 

aged 16 months, 20 days, Sept. 20, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 47 

CHEEK John, killed by David Hobbs, both 

drunk. American of Aug. 24, 1827 

CHEEVER Rosannah, of Wrentham, Mass., 
widow of John, at Providence, aged 82 
years, Sept. 8, 1822 

Mrs. Hannah, wife of Jacob, at Manchester, 
aged 32 years ; while dressing her children 
the 30th her clothes took fire, she lingered 
until the 6th when she died. American of Dec. 18, 1829 
Clarissa, at Wrentham, aged 33 years. Amer- 
ican of April 12, 1831 
CHENEY Elizabeth, wife of Rev. Joseph, and 
sister of Rev. Mr. Preston, of Providence, 
at Salisbury, Vt. American of Oct. 12, 1819 
William, aged 2 1 years, took saltpetre for salts, Oct. 24, 1 82 1 
Lieut. John, at Dunsiable, aged 92, soldier in 
French and Revolutionary Wars ; pro- 
fessor of religion 76 years. His loss is 
lamented by 169 descendents, Feb. 24, 1831 
Frank Dexter, son of Charles, aged 13 months, Aug. 28, 1831 
Nancy, wife of Elder Martin, at Olneyville, 

in 31st year, Dec. 23, 1831 

Nathaniel, at Foster, aged 80 years, Revolu- 
tionary pensioner, Jan. 19, 1832 

CHESEB ROUGH E , at Richmond, Va., 

found dead in a garret. American of July 12, 1825 

CHESSMAN Benjamin Hallett, infant son of 

Rev. Mr. , at Warren. American of Feb. 2, 1819 

CHESTERFIELD Earl of, in England. It was 
for a forgery on this nobleman that Dr. 
Dodd was executed. American of Oct. 27, 1815 

CHETS Albert, at Providence, aged about go, of 

Narragansett tribe of Indians, April 2, 1829 

CHICKERING Hannah, wife of Farnum, and 
daughter of the late John Duncklee, of Mt. 
Vernon, N. H., in 27th year, Dec. 28, 1816 

Farnum, in 38th year. Masonic honors, Dec. i, 1823 

Oliver, at Rutland, Mass., soldier of the Rev- 
olution, aged 80 years. American of March 29, 1831 
CHICHESTER, Bishop of, in England, aged 

50 years. American of June 15, 1824 

CHILD Mary Turner, wife of John T., Esq., at 

Warren. American of Nov. 22, 1808 

Alpheus, at Woodstock, Ct., in 56th year. 

American of Jan. 27, 1809 

Capt. Hale, at Warren, in S7th year. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 17, 1815 
Col. Sylvester, at Warren, in 66th year. 

American of May 23, 1815 



48 VflTA^I'. ^P,90Sl? OF RHODE ISLAND 

CHILD Ann, yvife of Griffin, gnd eldest daughter 

of Capt. Lewis Peck, of and at this town, in , 

42d year, left 2 children, April 16, 1816 

Ann, wife of Griffin, aged 41 years, April 16, 1816 

Daniel, at Millbury, aged 71 years, deaf and 

dumb. American of June 4, 1816 

John, Esq., at Warren, aged 87 years, Sept. 27, 1819 

John, seaman, on board brig Dover, of this 

port, at Port au Prince, aged 17 years, Jan. — , 1817 

CHILDS Charles, son of Martin, aged 4 years, 

7 months, at Cranston, Sept. 21, 1820 

CHILD James Grififin, son of Griffin, in 6th 

year, May 15, 1821 

Mary, wife of Nehemiah, Esq., at Woodstock, 

Ct., in 63d year. American of Sept. 14, 1821 

Sarah, wife of Col. Moses N., ^t \yorcester, 

aged S3 years, Feb. 4, 1823 

Robert, aged 23 years, first officer of brig 

Mary, of Baltimore, son of Capt. Christo- 
pher, of Warren, at sea, on passage from 

Batavia to Amsterdam, Nov. 14, 1823 

CHILDS George Horace, infant son of John G, Aug. 14, 1824 
CHILD Alpha, eldest son of Darius, Esq., of 

Fairlee, Vt., in 2.2d year, at Providence, Aug. 31, 1824 

James, infant son of Griffin, aged 6 months, Aug. i, 1825 

Samuel Sterry, formerly of Providence, at 

Havana, aged 37 years, Dec. 8, 1825 

Jeremiah, at Warren, in 79th year. He is the 

last of 8 brothers and sisters whose united 

ages with those of father and mother was 

850 years, Dec. 29, :82s 

Col. Moses N., at Worcester, aged 52 years, Jan. 30, 1826 

Henry, aged 25 years, March 13, 1826 

Phebe, wife of Morris, at Warren, aged 25 

years, April 4, 1826 

Mary Jane, infant daughter of Ezra O., at 

Warren, aged 8 months, Aug. 13, 1826 

Capt. Samuel C, formerly of Warren, at Bal- 
timore, in 39th year, Oct. 14, 1826 
Capt. Sylvester, at Warren, aged 64 years, Sept. 3, 1828 
Capt. Nathan, at Warren, aged 63 years, Sept. 20, 1829 
David W., Esq., at Boston, aged 58 years. 

American of Feb. 9, 1830 

Samuel, son of late John, Esq., at Warren, 

aged 65 years, April 11, 1831 

Hannah B., at Newton, aged 22 years. 

During the absence ot the family she fell 

into the well. American of April 12, 1831 

John T., Esq., at Warren, in 76th year, former 

president Warren Bank and Warren In- 
surance Company, July 29, 1831 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



49 



CHILD William, son of late Capt. Haile, drowned; 
leaves a large family. American of 
Hannah, infant daughter of John G., aged 2 
years, 

CHILLCOTT the giant, at Trenaw, Cornwall, 
Eng., aged 60 years, suddenly ; was 6 ft, 4 
in hight, barefooted ; around breast, 6 ft, 
9 in ; weight, 460 pounds ; was a constant 
smoker, and used 3 pounds of tobacco 
weekly ; one of his stockings would hold 
six gallons of wheat. American of 

CHILSON Ethan, at Smithfield, in 26th year. 
He received a bad scald April 22, 
Mary Gardiner, daughter of Gardiner, 

CHINERY Mercy D., wife of Horace, at Men- 
don, Mass., in 32d year, very suddenly, 

CHIPMAN Ward, president of the Provmce, a 
native of Massachusetts, at Fredericton, 
N. B. American of 
Col. John, at Middlebury, Vt., aged 85 years. 
Was an officer in the Revolution and one 
of the first settlers of the town. .Ameri- 
can of 

CHIVERIE Donald, at Little River, near Bay 
Fortune, said to be in years old ; was 
one of the French inhabitants when the 
Island was surrendered to the British. 
American of 

CHRISTIAN Edward, Esq., professor of the 
laws of England, and chief justice of the 
Island of Ely ; was editor of Blackstone's 
Commentaries at Downing College, Cam- 
bridge. American of 

CHRISTIE William, of Charleston, S. C, at 
sea, on board the ship Rising States, on 
passage to New York. American of 
Christopher, a Dane, drowned at Baltimore ; 
was a seaman on board ship Hazard, of 
this port, 

CHRISTMAS Rev. Joseph S., pastor Bowery 
Presbyterian church, New York. Ameri- 
can of 

CHRISTOPHER Mr. , shot by Smith, 

in Kentucky. American of 

CHRYSTIE Isaac James, killed by James 
Chrystie, in Upper Canada. American of 

CHUMMUNK James, at Plymouth, an Indian 
and oldest person in town, aged 92 years. 
American of 

CHURCH Mr. , drowned near Bristol 

Ferry. American of 



Sept. 27, 1 83 1 
Sept. 16, 1832 



Nov. 3, 1815 

June 28, 1818 
Sept. 21, 1831 

Sept. 10, 1828 



March 2, 1824 



Sept. 15, 1829 



June I, 1830 



June 3, 1823 

May 3, 1816 

May 10, 1825 

March 23, 1830 
Oct. 13, 1826 
Oct. 17, 1828 

July 14, 1829 
Nov. 25, 1808 



50 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CHURCH Martha, wife of Capt. Edward, and 
daughter of Nathaniel Munroe, at Bristol, 
in 35th year, 

Sarah, wife of Gideon, at Little Compton, in 
43d year, 

Jonathan, brother of Ebenezer, at Rochester, 
Mass. American of 

Lois, wife of Ebenezer, at Rochester, Mass. 
American of 

Elizabeth, at Newport, aged 66 years, 

Mary, wife of Gamaliel, Esq., 

Benjamin G., second son of William, Esq., in 
1 8th year ; graduated at Prown University 
last Commencement, 

Mary, widow of Col. Thomas, at Wellington, 
Mass., aged 86 years, 

William Henry, son of Charles, at New Bed- 
ford, aged 4 years. American of 

Abigail, aged 13 years, at Taunton, 

Col. Peter, at Bristol, aged 84 years, a direct 
descendant in name from Col. Benjamin, 
the capturer of King Philip, 

William, Jr., of brig Angenora, of this port, 
at Havana, aged about 21 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Benjamin, son of William, Esq., aged 13 
months, 

Sophia, eldest daughter of Kenyon, at Rich- 
mond, R. L, aged 3 years ; was left alone 
in the house when by some unknown 
means her clothes took fire ; she lived but 
a few hours. American of 

Mrs. Eunice, at New Bedford, aged 49 years, 

Benjamin Thomas, infant son of Edward, at 
Bristol, 

Elizabeth, wife of Samuel, and daughter of 
Capt. Benjamin Tayer, of Newport, at 
Holland, Mass., aged 36 years, 

Nathaniel, at Bristol, aged 73 years Amer- 
ican of 

Benjamin Bosworth, son of Col. Peter, at 
Bristol, aged 3 years, 

Miss Rhoda, at Cranston, in 44th year, 

William, at Cranston, in 87th year, 

Lucy, infant daughter of M ajor John Church, 

Capt. Ebenezer, at Little Compton, aged 100 
years, 6 days, 

Col. Nathaniel, at Little Compton, aged 84 
years, soldier of the Revolution. Ameri- 
can of 



April 7, 1813 

May 25, 1813 

April 26, 1 8 16 

April 26, r8i6 

Feb. 3, 1 819 

Sept. 30, 1820 

Oct. 10, 1820 

Oct. 10, 1820 

April 27, 1 82 1 
Sept. 3, 1 82 1 

Oct. 14, 1 82 1 

Dec. 18,1821 
May 8, 1822 



May 2t, 1822 
Sept. 9, 1822 

Oct. IS, 1822 



Dec. 10, 1S22 

Jan. 28, 1823 

March 27, 1823 

Oct. 27, 1824 

Dec. 6, 1824 

Jan. 27, 1825 

Feb. II, 1825 
March 8, 1 825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 51 

CHURCH William, son of Gamaliel, of Fairhaven, 

at Fall River, aged i6 years, Sept. 17, 1826 
, son of Mrs. , drowned at Paw- 
tucket, aged 7 years, July 11, 1827 
Hannah, widow of Col. Peter, at Bristol, m 

90th year, Jan. 6, 1828 

Sarah P., only daughter of late William, at 

Bristol, aged 18 years, July 28, 1828 

Lucy, aged 83 years, at Exeter ; her hus- 
band returning at evening found her in the 
fire burnt to death ; supposed to have 
fallen in a fit. American of Jan. i, 1830 

Elizabeth, wife of Joseph, at Little Compton, 

in 69th year, April 11, 1831 

Mary Catharine, daughter of C'ol. John, in 

6th year. May 28, 1832 

CHURCHILL Capt. David, of Middletown, Ct., 

at St. Croix, May 8, 1821 

Clarissa, wife of Capt. B. K., of Bristol, at 

Trinidad, W. I. American of Aug. 24, 1821 

Ann, widow of Joseph, ot Salem, at Bristol, 

aged ^^ years, July 13, 1822 

Caroline Electra, daughter of Benjamin K., 

at Pawtucket, aged 4 years, Oct. 17, 1823 

Ansel, at Warren, in Sgth year, Dec. 12, 1825 

CLAFLIN Lester, son of Daniel, at Attleboro. 

American of Feb. 9,1816 

CLAFFLIN Noah, at Attleboro, aged 91 years, Aug. 11, 1825 
CLAFLIN Anna, wife of Comfort, at Attleboro, 

in 57th year, March 30, 1832 

CLAGGETT Rev. Dr. Thomas John, bishop of 
Maryland, at Prince George Co., Md. 
American of Aug. 9, 1816 

CLAGHORN Col. George, formerly of New 
Bedford, at Seekonk, aged 75 years. 
American of Feb. 3, 1824 

CLAIRBORNE William C, formerly governor 
of the State, and recently U. S. Senator, 
at New Orleans, Nov. 23, 18 17 

CLAIBORNE Robert, Esq., clerk U. S. Dis- 
trict Court, at New Orleans. American of May 11, 1819 
CHANNING Mary, wife of Henry, at Newport, 

in S7th year. American of Jan. 18, 1814 

Edward, at Newport, aged 69 years, pen- 
sioner of the Revolution. American of April 26, 1825 
CLAPP Nabby, in 25th year. American of Nov. 8, 1814 
John, at Warwick, in 64th year, Sept. 19, 18 17 
Capt. David, at Norton, aged 75 years, an 

officer of the Revolution. American of Sept. 12, 1823 

Peggy, wife of Jonathan, at Norton, aged 53 
years. American of Feb. 13, 1824 



52 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CLAPP Rebecca, infant daughter of Russell, 

Silva, at Dighton, aged 76 years, 

Eliza, wife of Waterman, and only daughter 
of William Woodward, of Providence, in 
33d year, 

Thomas, of Warwick, at North Providence, 
where he had resided the last 7 years, in 
46th year. American of 

Mary, at Dexter Asylum, aged 84 years, 

Helen Eliza, daughter of Simeon, aged 7 
years, 

, daughter of Mr. Clapp, so burnt 

from her clothes taking fire that she died, 

Amos, aged 53 years.at Easthampton, from in- 
juries in falling down stairs. American of 

Elizabeth, second daughter of Silas, at War- 
wick, in 15th year, 

CLAPPERTON Capt. , died at Socketoo, 

Africa, 
CLARKE Stephen, at Wrentham, suddenly, 
aged 64 years, 

James, at Newport, in 35th year, 

John, son of Josiah, of New Shoreham, aged 
17 years, at Lisbon. American of 

Rev. Abraham L., formerly of this town, at 
Newtown, L. L American of 

Rebecca, wife of Rev. Pitts, and youngest 
daughter of the late John Jones, Esq., of 
Hopkinton, at Norton, in 44th year, 

Capt. Stephen, in Smithfield, in 3Sth year. 
Masonic honors. Sermon by Rev. Dr. 
Gano, 

George, of ship Alliance, of Nantucket, in 
the Pacific; became entangled in the tow 
line while capturing a whale; drawn over- 
board and drowned. American of 

California, wife of Benjamin, and daughter of 
the late William Albertson, in 30th year, 

Louis, at Hopkinton, aged 22 years, 

Sarah, widow of Rev. Abraham L, formerly 
rector of St. John's, Church, in this town, 
in 44th year, suddenly, 

Capt, Reuben, of Granby, Ct., at Southwick, 
Mass., killed by the explosion at a powder 
mill. American of 

Lydia, daughter of Nathaniel, at Nantucket, 
suddenly. She was just eighteen years old, 
and was to be married that evening, 

James, Esq., merchant, at Baltimore, aged 
80 years. 



July 8, 1825 
Oct. 7, 1825 



March 22, 1826 

Oct. 10, 1828 
Jan. 16, 1829 

Oct. 16, 1829 

Oct. 16, 1829 

June 8, 1830 

Oct. 25, 1832 

April 13, 1827 

June 20, 1809 
Oct. 12, 1809 

Nov. 27, 1 810 

Jan. 8, 1811 

March 2, 1811 

April 17, 1 8 1 1 

July 16, 181 1 

Aug. 5, i8ii 
July 26, 1812 

May 19, 1813 

Oct. 26, 1 813 

Nov. 25, 1813 
April 30, 1 8 14 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



53 



CLARKE Catherine, widow of Capt. John, at 
Newport, in 76th year. American of 

Mary, wife of Capt. Joseph, and daughter of 
Jesse Foster, in Smithfield, in 38th year, 

Hon. Gideon, late State Senator and Judge 
of County Court, at South Kingstown, aged 
78 years, 

Lemuel, at Bristol, in Both year, 

Thomas, son of Capt. Thomas, in this town, 
aged 6 years, 3 months, 

Margaret, of Plymouth. Eng.,aged 106 years. 
She was married 81 years since at Dundee; 
had 18 children, 15 of whom were boys, 2 
now living. She was at battle of Fonteroy, 
where her husband was wounded and taken 
prisoner; two of her sons were lost in the 
great earthquake ; 5 were killed in an action 
fought under Admiral Keppal. She was 
never known to have drunk beer or spirits. 
American of 

Jonathan, late editor of the Express, in 
Ohio, a suicide. American of 

Audley, at Newport, in 89th year. Ameri- 
can of 

Samuel, at Smithfield, in 74th year, 

Gen. George Rogers, at Locust Grove, Ky., 
aged 68 years. " The Father of the 
Western Country.'' American of 

Benjamin, in New Jersey, Friend minister. 
American of 

Bradford, Jr., at Richmond, R. L, aged 16 
years. American of 

Mr. , at New York, Master Mason. 

American of 

John, at Barrington, N. Y., aged 25 years. 
With two others they attempted to leap 
their horses over a cow grazing in the road, 
the cow had her ribs broken ; he received 
a fall which he survived but a day. Amer- 
ican of 

Lemuel B., at Newport, in 28th year. Amer- 
ican of 

Miss Martha, at Middletown, in 4Sth year. 
American of 

George, executed for piracy, on board U. S. 
schooner Tartar, at Charleston, S. C, 

Henry F., of Providence, at New Orleans. 
American of 

Capt. Joseph, late of Providence, at Havana, 
of the firm of Clarke and Sprague, Charles- 
ton, S. C, 



Nov. 7, 1815 
March 12, 1816 



April 4, 1 817 
May 2, 1817 

May 15, 1817 



May 23, 1 817 

Aug. 29, 18 17 

Oct. 21, 1817 
Jan. 6, 1818 

March 24, 181 8 
June 12, 1818 
Dec. II, 1818 
Aug. 27, 1819 



Oct. IS, 1 819 
Dec. 7, 1819 
Feb. 29, 1820 
May 12, 1820 
June 23, 1820 

Aug. 12, 1820 



54 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CLARKE James, formerly of Newport, at St. 

John's, N. B., in goth year. Sept, 30, 1820 

Joseph C., native of Cambridge, Mass., at 

Savannah, Ga., aged about 40 years, Dec. 2, 1820 

George, at Newport, aged 73 years, Jan. 12, 1821 

Thomas, shipwright, killed by a falling timber, Feb. 14, 1821 
Catherine F"., daughter of widow Clarke, in 

3Jst year, Feb. 18, 1821 

Dr. Alexander T., at Northfield, Mass., aged 

5 1 years ; he fell asleep in a close room 

where there was a kettle of burning char- 
coal. American of April 6, 1821 
Eunice Browning, youngest daughter of Dr. 

Peleg, drowned at Arkwright village, in 

5th year, May 9, 1821 

Stephen Merrill, executed at Newburyport 

for arson. May 14, 1821 

John, Esq., late governor of Delaware, at 

Smyrna, Del. American of Sept. 7, 1821 

Edward, of Newport, aged 19 years, in the 

West Indies, Sept. 30, 1821 

Rowse, at South Kingstown, aged 51 years, . Oct. 14, 1821 
William, formerly of Providence, at Smith- 
field, in 78th year, Nov. 5, 1821 
Joseph, at Newport, in 3Sth year, Nov. 20, 1821 
Pardon, son of Pardon, aged 13 months, Feb. 2, 1822 
Rev. E. D., the traveller. American of April 26, 1822 
Capt. , of British ship Perseverance, shot 

by pirates 4 months after his capture. 

American of May 14, 1822 

Mrs. Martha, near Sumpterville, S. C, in 

losth year. Her brother George Coulter 

had died the weeic previous aged 107 years. 

American of Aug. 2, 1 822 

Josephine Abby Hazard, daughter of Joseph, 

at Newport, aged 10 months, Feb. 7, 1823 

Susan Burgess, at Newport, aged 6 years, 

daughter of Joseph, Feb. 9, 1 823 

Samuel, at Newport, aged 76 years, April 20, 1823 

William Henry, seaman, at sea, on board ship 

Ann, on passage from Havana to Bristol. 

American of April 25, 1823 

Spooner, Jr., at Warwick, aged 43 years. May 7, 1823 

Susannah, wife of Thomas, daughter of late 

Caleb Lyndon, at Newport, aged 42 years, May 14, 1823 
Mrs. Sarah, widow of William, at Smithfield, 

in 74th year, Oct. 25, 1823 

Mrs. Abigail, at Ashford, Ct., aged 81 years. 

American of Nov. 18, 1823 

Henry, Jr., Esq., formerly of Hopkinton, at 

Brookfield, N. Y. American of Jan 13 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



55 



CLARKE Thaddeus, his son aged 7 years, from 
an excessive drink of rum, at North- 
ampton, Mass. American of 

Mary, widow, at Oxford, Mass., aged 90 
years. American of 

Eugene, son of John H., Esq., at Cranston, 

Eunice, widow of Nathaniel, formerly of 
Newport, at said Newport, in 8ist year, 

Lewis, at South Kingstown, aged 70 years, 
of Society of Friends, 

Abigail, wife of Eleazer, daughter of Jesse 
Armstrong, of Glocester, at Elklund, Penn., 
aged 35 years, 

, chief mate, lost in the wreck of ship 

Diamond. American of 

Elizabeth, widow of Jeremiah, at Portsmouth, 
aged 81 years, 

Weston, at Middletown, in 76th year. Amer- 
ican of 
CLARKSON Gen. Matthew, at New York, in 

67th year, 
CLARKE Samuel H., son of Enock, Esq., at 
Greenland, N. H. Was using a pistol 
barrel as a cannon when it exploded ; he 
was 10 years old. American of 

Horace, aged 20, drowned off Cape May, 

John H., an infant daughter of, died, aged 
about 9 months, 

Mr. , murdered by Mr. Boswell, son-in- 
law to Gov. Decha, of Kentucky, in Flem- 
ing Co., Ky. American of 

Hulet, at Minisink, N. Y. Has lost his S 
children by dysentery. American of 

Thomas P., aged 55 years, 

Peter, at Warren, fell from foretop of brig 
Charles, while coming to at the mouth of 
the river, lived & minutes, 

Mrs. Mary, of the theatres, at Boston, aged 
40 years. American of 

Henry, at Newport, aged 16, son of Audley, 
and member Sophomore class at Brown, 

James, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 
P'rances Mary, at sea, 

George M., son of Joseph, of Northampton, 
Mass., at Philadelphia, 

Mrs. Mary, at Newport, aged 78 years, 

Julia, wife of Starry, in 27th year, 

Capt. Asa, formerly of Westerly, at North 
Santee, S, C, aged 60 years, 

Thomas, only son of Thomas, aged 19 months, 



July 23, 1824 

Aug. 10, 1824 
Aug. 28, 1824 

Sept. 19, 1824 

Oct. 9, 1824 

Oct. 15, 1824 

March i, 1825 

March 10, 1825 

March "15, 1825 

April 25, 1825 



May 10, 1825 
June 4, 1825 

Aug. £3, 1825 



Aug. 16, 1825 

Sept. 20, 1825 
Oct. 12, 1825 



Oct. 30, 1825 

Nov. 22, 1825 

Jan. 19, 1826 

Feb. 12, 1826 

March 22, 1826 

March 22, 1826 

April 23, 1826 

April 25, 1826 
May 16, 1826 



56 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CLARKE Mrs. Elizabeth, formerly of Newport, 
at St. Johns, N. B., aged 91 years. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 3, 1826 

Emily Jane, daughter of Ambrose, aged i 

year, Oct. 20, 1826 

CLARK Sarah, widow, at Salem, Mass., aged 

97 years, sister of Hon. Timothy Pickering. 

American of Nov. 30, 1826 

CLARKE Nancy, widow of Joseph, at Newport, 

aged 39 years, June 27, 1827 

Elizabeth, wife of John H., aged 39 years, July 3, 1827 

Amey, widow of Samuel, at Smithfield, in 

76th year, Aug. 5, 1827 

Charles Francis, infant son of Enock W., 

aged 9 months, Aug. 15, 1827 

Penelope, widow of late Spooner, at War- 
wick, in 46th year, Oct. 3, 1827 

Marcena, wife of Peter M., at Centreville, 

Warwick, in 17th year, Nov. 2, 1827 

Spooner, at Newport, aged 78 years Amer- 
ican of Jan. 1 1, 1828 

Pardon, at East Greenwich, aged 73 years, 

late of Stonington, Ct. American of March 18, 1828 

David, at Worcester. American of April 11, 1828 

Josiah, Jr., of Cornish, Me., killed by the ex- 
plosion of a powder mill, at Gorham, Me., July 19, 1828 

Peter M., of Canterbury, Ct , recently of 
Centerville, Warwick, at Pittsfield, Mass., 
aged 26 years ; was a member of class now 
attending medical lectures at Berkshire 
Medical Institution, Oct. 27, 1828 

Joseph, at Northampton, member of Hamp- 
shire bar, aged 29 years, Dec. 18, 1828 

Sarah Place, wife of Jacob, in 44th year, Dec. 18, 1828 

John, killed in a stage accident. American 

of March 27, 1829 

Celia, wife of Ray, at East Greenwich, in 

44th year, ' Aug. 9, 1829 

Lucy, eldest daughter of Christiana, at Bos- 
ton, aged 17 years, Dec. 10, 1829 

Daniel, at Salem, aged 60 years. American 
of April 9, 1830 

Mrs. Ann, at Brewster, aged 85 years. Amer- 
ican of April 30, 1820 

Sarah, widow of John Innes Clarke, and 
third daughter of Dr. Ephraim Bowen, at 
Philadelphia, in 78th year, May 15, 1830 

John, at Edgartown, drowned from his boat. May 29! 1830 

, of New Haven, Ct., drowned from 

Steamboat United States, in Long Island 

Sound. American of Sept. 21, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



57 



CLARKE Mrs. Rachal, at Nantucket, aged 73 

years. American of Sept^. 24, 1830 

John, seaman, at sea, on board packet ship 
George Canning, struck by lightning and 
killed, Dec. 16, 1830 

Eliza, wife of James, at Richmond, aged 42 

years, Sept. 18, 1831 

Jesse, aged 39 years, Oct. 7, 1831 

Samuel, son of Capt. John, of Canterbury, 

Ct.; at Providence, aged 48 years, March 4, 1832 

Esther, widow of John, in 65th year, April 23, 1832 

Bohan A., drowned in wreck of pleasure 

boat Bunker Hill, in Boston Harbor, June 12, 1832 

Jeremiah and wife Phebe, and their two chil- 
dren, from cholera, at Newark, N. J. 
American of Aug. 24, 1832 

Adam, the oriental scholar, aged 69 years, at 

London, Eng. American of Oct. 12, 1832 

CLARKSON Mrs. Martha, in England. She 
had swallowed a small bottle which though 
extracted caused in the end her death, in 
England. American of Oct. 4, 1816 

CLARY Nicholas, formerly merchant at Mar- 
seilles, at Paris. At one time was brother- 
in-law to two kings, viz ; Joseph Bonaparte, 
ex-king of Spain and Bernodotte present 
king of Sweden. American of Aug. 5, 1823 

CLASON Isaac, Esq., merchant, at New York, 

in 63d year. American of March 7, 181 5 

CLOUSTON Mrs. Hannah, of Dighton, aged 

90 years. American of Oct. i, 1830 

CLAXTON Thomas, doorkeeper House of Rep- 
resentatives, at Washington, which posi- 
tion he had filled for 32 years, was orig- 
inally a printer. American of Dec. 8, 1821 
CLAY Rev. Joseph, late pastor of First Baptist 
church, of Boston, in that town, aged 46 
years. American of Jan. 15, 181 1 

Miss , daughter of member of CongreoS, 

in the burning of the Richmond, Va.. the- 
atre, Dec. 26, 181 1 
Hon. Matthew, member of Congress elect 

from Virginia. American of June 16, 1815 

Lucretia Hart, daughter of Hon. Henry, at 

Lexington, Ky. American of July 11, 1823 

Sally Ann, daughter of Widow Clay ; hung 
herself by going through a window, aged 9 
years, at Little Falls, N. Y., July 9, 183 1 

Lieut. I, of Newark, N. J., of cholera. 
American of July 24, 1832 



58 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE INLAND 



CLAY Lieut. Henry, son of Hon. Henry.died of 
cholera ; had graduated from West Point 
last June. American of 

CLAYPOLE Abraham G, Esq., attorney at 
law, native of Philadelphia, at Natchez, 
Miss. American of 

CLAYTON Anthony, while experimenting with 
effects of strangulation, allowed the effects 
to get beyond his control ; his age was 
about 14 years ; at New Mills, near Man- 
chester. American of 

Oliver, killed in a duel with Lieut. Lam- 

brecht, at Battersia P^ields, Eng. Ameri- 
can of 
Jonathan, perished in the snow storrti. Amer- 
ican of 
Samuel, late member of the Virginia Con- 
vention, in Virginia. American of 

CLEAR Philip, at Portsmouth, aged 91 years, 
Revolutionary pensioner. American of 

CLEFT Keziah, wife of Major Waterman, and 
daughter of James Bradford, Esq., late of 
Plainfield, at Windham, Ct. American of 

CLEMENT Andre, near Baltimore, found mur- 
dered, 

CLEMENTI, the composer, at his cottage in the 
Vale of Evesham, Worcestershire, Eng., 
aged 81 years. American of 

CLEMENTS Capt. Thomas, of Boston, sud- 
denly, of fever, at Havana, 
Mrs. Patience, aged loi years, 6 months, at 
Milton, N. H., at house of Jonathan Nute, 
Esq. American of 

CLEMMENCE Amey, widow of Ephraim, in 
this town, in 71st year, 

CLEMMONS Miss Abby, daughter of Capt. 
John, at Warwick, in 4th year. American 
of 

CLEVES Lady, widow of Lord, in England, 
aged 83 years. American of 

CLEVELAND Sarah Ann, daughter of Seth, 
in nth year, 
Aaron Burr, son of Cyrus, aged 16 months, 
Mary, widow of Dr. John, and daughter of 
late Gen. Daniel Lamed, at Thompson, 
Ct., in S3d year, 
Mehitable, wife of Ira, at Milford, aged 48 

years, 
Mrs. Sally, at Edgartown, aged about 70 
years. American of 



July 24, 1832 
Sept. 25, 1829 

Nov. 18, 1828 

June II, 1830 

Feb. 1,1831 

Dec. 23, 1 83 1 

March 30, 1830 

Nov. 10, 1809 
Oct. 28, 1817 

May I, 1832 
May 31, 1822 

June 29, 1830 
May 9, 1 817 

Oct. 3, 1820 

March 3, 181 8 

March 27, 1819 
Sept. 25, 1821 

Dec. 4, 1 824 

Jan. 2, 1826 

April 16, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



59 



CLEVELAND Josiah, at Weston, Mass., aged 

73 years, soldier of the Revolution, 
CLIFFORD Elizabeth, widow of John, in this 
town, in 56th year, 
Sally, in this town, in 27th year, 
Anna, daughter of Benjamin, in this town, 

aged 3 years, 6 months, 
John, at New Orleans, aged 35 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Mrs. Phebe, at Cranston, aged 72 years, 
CLINTON George, Vice President of the 
United States, at Washington, D. C, 
Mrs. Maria, wife of Gov. Clinton, at Mt. Ver- 
non, N. Y. American of 
DeWitt, governor of New York, Feb. 11, 
1828 ; obituary notice in American of 
CLIFFORD Elizabeth, aged 16 years; was 
found in the barn dead, supposed suicide. 
American of 
CLISBY Samuel, executed at Boston for high- 
way robbery, 
CLITHERALL Dr. George K, of U. S. Army, 
at Smithville, aged 49 years. American of 
CLIZBE Hannah, wife of Joseph, in 73d year, at 
Amsterdam, N. Y.; had been married 51 
years, have six children and this is the first 
death in the family, 

CLOPTINEAU , a midshipman, killed by 

Midshipman Pearson (both belonging to 
the U. S. corvette John Adams), in a 
duel at Havana, 
CLOPTON Hon. John, in Virginia, more than 
20 years member of Congress from Vir- 
ginia, 
CLOSE Gilbert, executed at Boston, for high- 
way robbery. 
CLYDE Solomon, his daughter, aged S years, got 
a grain of corn in her windpipe, at Mercer, 
Penn. American of 
COATES Mrs. Catharine, at Staten Island, after 
a short illness, aged 75 years, for upwards 
of 30 years a resident of this town and 
. member of Episcopal church. American of 
Samuel W., merchant, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at New York, in 32d year, 
Charlotte, at New York, aged 30 years, 
widow of S. W., and eldest daughter of R. 
N. Waite. American of 
COBB Edward Henry, son of Hon, Matthew, of 
Portland, Me., at Havana, aged 26 years. 
American of 



Jan. 26, 1832 

Nov. 27, 1808 
Dec. 10, 1809 

July 26, 1818 

Aug. 5, 1823 
May 18, 1827 

April 20, 1 81 2 

Aug. 7, 1 8 18 

Feb. 19-22, 1828 

May 14, 1830 

March 7, 1822 

Dec. 8, 1829 



June 16, 1829 

April 2, 1819 

Sept. II, 1816 
March 7, 1822 

July 6, 1 82 1 

Sept. 20, 181 1 
Dec. 18, 1823 

July 10, 1829 

Feb. 20, 1818 



60 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COBB Silas, Esq., at Swanzey, in 50th year. 

American of July 21, 1818 

Mrs. Peggy, at Portland, Me., aged about 40 
years ; she had drank a quart of rum the 
day before. American of May 15, 1821 

Jonathan H., aged 43 years, formerly of 
Taunton, at Baton Rouge, La., Dec. 29, 1821 

Nathan, at Taunton, in 86th year, Feb. 15, 1823 

Hon. Matthew, an eminent merchant, and 
formerly counsellor of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, at Portland, Me., aged 
67 years. American of March 30, 1824 

Samuel Crocker, son of D. G. W., at Taun- 
ton, aged 17 months, Dec. 3, 1824 

Vespatian Everett Hodges, only son of Ves- 
patian C, at Attleboro, aged 3 years, 6 
months, Jan. 17, 1826 

David, of Lexington, Ky., murdered by 
slaves. American of Oct. 13, 1826 

Otis, of Wrentham, at Attleboro, aged 57 
years, Nov. 5, 1826 

Hon. Thomas W., a judge in the State, and 
former member of Congress, at Greens- 
boro, Ga., Feb. i, 1830 

Gen. David, at Boston, aged 82 years. Amer- 
ican of . April 30, 1830 

Charles, Jr., at Taunton, aged 25 years. 

American ot April 12, 183 1 

COBLY Henry, seaman, native of Portland, Me., 
fell from aloft of brig Busy, at sea, and was 
lost, Dec 18, 1830 

COBURN Mercy, wife of William, and daugh- 
ter of Daniel Warner, at Mendon, in 30th 
year. American of Feb. 25, 1814 

COCHRAN William, Esq., at Boston, aged 40 

, years, July 17, 182 1 

Mary, widow, at Watertown, aged 91 years. 

American of Nov ^o 18^0 

COCHRANE William, Esq., cashier U. S. • ^ • ^ 

Branch Bank, at Louisville, Ky. Ameri- 

rr^nJ"^^ °1 ., ., , Oct. S, 1821 

COCK Andrew, at New York, of cholera. Amer- 
„^ i£.an"f July 27, 1832 

COCKE Samuel B., midshipman m the navy, 

killed at Washington in a duel with Mr. 

Gibson, a clerk in the Treasury 

American of M 21, 1822 

Midshipman Robert, son of Buller, residing 

near Norfolk. Va. American of Inlv 8 rffas 

CODDING Elisha, late of Providence, at Savan- ^ 

nah, Ga., aged 25 years. American of Oct. 3, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



61 



CODDINGTON William, of Newport, at Beau- 
fort, S. C, in 2Sth year, 

Capt. Edward, at Newport, aged 76- years, a 
direct descendant from Gov. William. 
American of 

John, at Newport, aged 43 years, 

Ann, widow of late Capt. Edward, at New- 
port, aged 75 years. , American of 

Robert W., in 20th year, formerly of New- 
port, at Providence, 

Robert Wilson, son of Edward, formerly of 
Providence, at Boston, aged 8 months, 
CODLING Rev. John, in England ; was preach- 
ing from Ps. 118:17, 18, 19, when he said, 
•' I can't, I can't," fell down and expired. 
American of 
CODMAN William, Esq., at New York, very 
suddenly, aged 52 years. American of 

Amey, daughter of Dea. Richard, at Gloces- 
ter, in 20th year, 
COE John, at Smithfield, in 63d year, 

Capt. Benjamin, at Little Compton, in 6sth 
year. American of 
COES Rebecca, wife of John, at Worcester, 

aged 70 years. American of 
COE Rev. Curtis, aged 79 years, at New Market; 
was born at Middletown, Ct., July i, 1750, 
graduate of Brown 1776. American of 
COFFIN Capt. William, master of ship Syren, 
of Hudson, N. Y., in the East Indies. 
, American of 

Benjamin, Esq.. at Nantucket, in 48th year, 
Masonic honors. American of 

Hon. Thaddeus, at Nantucket, aged 65 years. 
American of 

James, Esq., at Nantucket, aged 70 years, 
late town clerk. 

Rev. Paul, D. D., pastor of First Congrega- 
tional church, at Buxton, Me., aged 85 
years. American of 

Charles, formerly of Nantucket, at Havana. 
American of 

Hannah, daughter of Shubael, deceased, aged 
29 years, 

Noah, at Cooperstown, N. Y., of Society of 
Friends, and formerly of Nantucket, aged 
63 years. American of 

James, Esq., at Charleston, S. C, in 26th 
year, leaves wife and child, American of 



Nov. II, 1810 

March 19, 1816 
March 9, 1822 

Sept. 23,. 1823 

Sept. 25, 1825 

Sept. 20, 1828 

May 29, 1812 

Dec. 17, 1816 

Aug. 2, 1 82 1 
May 16, 18:3 

Feb. 3, 1818 

Jan. 6, 1 826 

June 30, 1829 

June 9, 1809 

June 4, 1816 

March 10, 1820 

May 2, 1820 

June 15, 1821 

Sept. 7, 1821 

June 22, 1824 

July 29, 1825 
Sept. 23, 1825 



62 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



COFFIM Robert S., at Rowley, Mass., the "Bos- 
ton Bard." American of 

Zenas, at Nantucket, aged 63 years, 

William, son of Valentine, of Nantucket, per- 
ished in the shipwreck of the sloop Keziah; 
off Clark's Point, 

Dr. John Gorham, of Boston, at Brookfield, 
Mass., aged 59 years. American of 

Mrs. Judith, wife of Benjamin, at Nantucket, 
aged TJ years. Ameri an of 
COGGESHALL Elisha, at Newport, in 84th 
year. American of 

Billings, at Newport, in 77th year. American 
of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Matthew, of Middle- 
town, aged 80 years, at the house of her 
grandson, John Dayton, after an illness of 
20 years. American of 

George, Jr., son of the late George, Esq., of 
Bristol, in 26th year, in Havana, from on 
board the brig Richard, 

Charles, aged 55 years, 

Maria, daughter of John, of Newport, at East 
Greenwich, aged 18 years, 

Joshua H., Esq., attorney at law, son of Major 
John, of New Bedford, died here, aged 31 
years, graduate of Brown University, 1808. 
American of 

Eleanor, wife of Capt. Caleb, formerly of 
East Greenwich, at Wrentham, Mass. 
American of 

Mrs. Sarah, at Bristol, aged 85 years, 

Joseph, at sea, on his return from St. 
Thomas., American of 

Thomas (colored), at Bristol. American of 

Cato, at Providence, in 6sth year (colored), 

Eliza, daughter of Caleb, aged 6 years, 

Benjamin W., of Newport, at Little Comp- 
ton, aged 60 years, 

Caleb, at Newport, in 8ist year, 

George Henry, son of George, Esq., at Bris- 
tol, aged 7 months, 

Emma Eliza, youngest daughter of Freeborn, 
aged 13 months, at Newport, 

Catharine, daughter of Caleb, aged i year, 6 
months, 

Charles, at Newport, aged 40 years, 

John Browning, son pf Capt. Henry, at Bris- 
tol, aged 19 months, 

Ruth, daughter of Josiah, of Newport, at 
Middletown, aged 15 years, 



May 15, 1827 
July 8, 1828 

Nov. 20, 1828 

Jan. 30, 1829 

Sept. 18, 1829 

Dec. 27, 1808 

Aug. 3, 1810 

May 3, 1814 



June 12, 1816 
March 2, 18 17 

Aug. 30, 18 17 



Nov. 4, 1 8 r 7 

Ian. 13, 1818 
Nov. 7, 1818 

Jan. 5, 1819 

Jan. 29, 1819 

Oct. 19, 1819 

April 14. 1 82 1 

May 15, 1821 
Sept. 11, 1821 

Dec. 14, 1821 

Dec. 17, 1821 

June 27, 1822 
July 5, 1822 

Oct. 14, 1822 

March 3, 1823 



KHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



63 



COGGESHALL William, at Newport, aged ^(i 
year^ American of 

Gould, at New Orleans, 

Sarah, daughter of Thomas, at Newport, 
aged 8 years, 

Sarah, daughter of Thomas, at Newport, in 
Qth year, 

William, Esq;, aged 69 years, at Bristol. 
American of ■ 

Mason, of Nova Scotia, drowned by the up- 
setting of a boat in the harbor of Wilming- 
ton, N. C, 

Henry Anthony, infant son of Henry, 

Mrs. Elizabeth, at East Greenwich, aged 87 
years. American of 
COGSWELL Miss Hannah, aged 54 years, at 

Brooklyn, Ct. American of 
COGGESHALL Benjamin Lawton, son of 
James, aged 4 years, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of 

Mrs. Hannah, at Newport, aged 38 years. 

Dr. John, at Bristol, suddenly, 

Nathaniel, at Newport, aged 58 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. John, president of Newport Bank, at 
Newport, in 71st year. American of 

Freeborn, at Newport, aged 48 years, 

Josiah, at Newport, aged 45 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Lydia, widow of Capt. John, at Newport, 
aged 78 years, 

Lydia, widow of Billings C, at Newport, aged 
89 years, 

Joseph, at Middletown, in 77th year, 

Christopher, at Warwick, aged 72 years. 
American of 

Urial F., of Providence, on passage home from 
South America, to Norfolk, 

George B., son of Billings, at Somerset, in 
19th year, 

Mrs, Elizabeth, of Newport, at New York, 
aged 22 years, 

Caleb, Jr., son of Caleb, in 2Sth year, 
COGSWELL Mrs. Sarah, at Boston, aged 79 

years. American of 
COHEN Mrs. Jacob and two children of Santee, 
drowned in the wreck of the packet brig 
Edwina, off Hatteras, 
COIGNY Marquis, at Paris, American of 



April I, 1823 
April 6, 1823 

May 20, 1823 

May 20, 1823 

May 20, 1823 

Aug. 10, 1823 
Nov. 17, 1823 

March 29, 1825 

April 29, 1825 

Aug. 5, 1825 

Jan. 28, 1826 

March 2, 1826 

Nov. 7, 1826 

June s. 1827 
Oct. 10, 1827 

Jan. 29, 1828 

March 10, 1829 

June 21, 1829 
Oct. 7, 1830 

Jan. 28, 1 83 1 

April 22, 1 83 1 

June 28, 1831 

March 13, 1832 
April 10, 1832 

June 25, 1830 

June 3, 1832 
March 29, 1816 



64 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COKE Rev. Dr. , an English Methodist 

missionary, at sea, while going to India ; -. 
while a memorial sermon was being 
preached at Manchester some villain gave 
a false alarm of fire; in the panic three 
were trod to death, and many injured, some 
30 in all. American of May 12, 181 5 

COLBY Rev. John, Baptist minister from Ver- 
mont, at Norfolk, Va, American of Dec. 12, 1817 

Archeleus, aged 60 years; was found in Great 
Pond, Dumbarton, N. H., standing erect 
dead, had been there about a week. .Amer- 
ican of Feb. 20, 1827 

Capt. Jeremi.ih B., master of schooner Enter- 
prise, from Fall River, at Richmond, Va., 
suddenly, Aug. ir, 1828 

Enock, Jr., aged 26 years, son of Nehemiah,at 

Candia, N. H., May 3, 1829 

Shurburn. aged 29 years, son of Nehemiah, 

at Candia, N. H., May 3, 1829 

COLE Mary, widow of Hon. John, formerly 
chief justice of the Superior Court, whom 
she survived more than 30 years ; she was 
daughter of Hon. Daniel Updike ; she 
died in this town at the residence of her 
daughter, the wife of Ichabod Wade, Esq.; 
she was buried from St. John's Church, 
where a sermon was preached by Rev. Mr. 
Crocker en the 23d; was in her 87th year, June 21, i8n 

Benjamin, at North Kingstown, aged 96 years. 
American of Jan. 14, 1812 

Capt. Nehemiah, at Bristol, aged 60 years. May 22, 1812 

Isaac, at Plattsburg, N. Y.; at the age of 90 
he made a journey alone from La Chine 
to Plattsburg, by way of La Partree ; had 
he lived to October next he would be 104 
years old ; was a great gunner and hunted 
up to within two years of his death. Amer- 
ican of June 3, 1814 

Gibbs, son of Capt. Ebenezer, of Warren, 
drowned from open boat opposite Paw- 
tuxet, aged 17 years, " Oct. 8, 1814 

Rebecca, eldest daughter of Thomas, at East 

Greenwich, in 30th year. American of March 14, 1815 

COLES Huldah, at Winchester, Ct., aged 90 

years. American of Oct. 20, 1815 

COLE David and wife, at Barrington. Ameri- 

_ can of April 30, 18 1.6 

John, of Sharon, Ct., aged 42 years, at Au- 
burn, N. Y., jumped 17 feet"from a win- 
dow in a delirium. American of Aug. 27, 1 816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



65 



COLE Cyrus, Esq., in this town, in 42d year, 

Mrs. Lillas, widow qf Andrew, in this town, 
in 71st year, 

Jeremiah, at Pawtucket, in 21st year, 

Col. Hugh, at Foster. American of 

Virtue, wife of John, Esq., at Warwick, aged 
65 years, 

Peter, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 
schooner Quaker, 

Capt. Edward, U. S. Navy, formerly a nauti- 
cal commander of this port, and son of the 
late Hon. John, Esq., at Sackett's Harbor, 
^gsd 53 years. American of 

Capt. H. A., of North Kingstown, at lurk's 
Island, in 31st year, 
COLES John, Esq., at New London, aged 66 

years. American of 
COLE Joseph, housewright, in 43d year ; he in- 
cautiously sat down on a chi.sel in his 
pocket, Saturday (Ap. 5), 

Alethear, wife of Capt. Ambrose, and daugh- 
ter of late Col. Nathaniel Martin, of Har- 
rington, at Greenfield, N. Y., aged 67 
years, 

Mary, wife of George W., at Newport, aged 
32 years, 

Capt. , late master of brig Matilda, died 

at Havana previous to her sailing. Amer- 
ican of 

Isaac, at Warren, in 64th year. American of 

Mrs. Rebecca, at Pawtucket, in 76th year, 

Nancy, at Pawtucket, in 43d year, 
COLEMAN Rev. Abdeel, Methodist, at Cincin- 
nati, O., aged 42 years American of 
COLE Ephraim, at Warren, in 79th year, 

Mrs. Sarah, widow of Capt. William, at New- 
port, aged 70 years. American of 

John, at Warwick, aged j6 years, soldier of 
the Revolution, commanded a company at 
the battle of Rhode Island. American of 

Major Allen, at Warren, in 45th year. Amer- 
ican of 

Mrs. Patience, widow of Allen, at Warren, in 
77th year. American of 

Mrs. Robey, wife of Ichabod, Esq., at War- 
ren, in 70th year, suddenly, 

Desire, wife of Constant, at Swanzey, in 93d 
year. American of 

Henry, of Warren, son of Capt. Jonathan, at 
sea, on board ship Gen. Jackson, on passage 
from Gibraltar to Bristol, in 20th year, 



Jan. 6, 1817 

March 31, 1818 

Feb. 23, 1818 

Aug. 6, 1 819 

March 4, 1820 

March 6, 1820 



April 14, 1820 
Sept. II, 1820 
June 18, 1822 

April 10, 1823 

July 26, 1823 
July 27, 1823 



Aug. IS, 1823 

Nov. 18, 1823 

Feb 8, 1824 

Nov. 27, 1824 

Dec. 17, 1824 
Feb. 14, 1825 

March 8, 1825 



March 25. 1825 
April 5, 1825 
July I, 1825 
Oct. 14, 1825 
Jan. 13, 1826 

Sept. 9, 1826 



66 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



COLE Eleanor, widow of Isaiah, of Middleboro, 
at Warren, in 95th year, 

Lucy v., daughter of Thomas B., at Cran- 
ston, aged 4 years, 9 months, 

Samuel, son of Capt. Samuel, at Warren. 
American of 

Martha, widow of Capt. Ebenezer, at War- 
ren, aged 76 years, 

Benjamin Whipple, infant son of Joseph, 

Miss Betsey, at Sterling, Ct., aged 29 years, 

Betsey, at Sterling, Ct., aged 29 years, 

Hannah Driscoll, daughter of Capt. Samuel, 
at Warren, in 5th year, 

Robert M., son of Capt. Jonathan, at War- 
ren, aged 37 years, 

William, waiter, injured by an explosion of a 
boiler on steamer Chief Justice Marshall, 
in Hudson River, April 22, died next day, 

Hannah, daughter of David, at Bristol, from 
burns, her clothes taking fire the day be- 
fore, 

Martha, wife of Capt. H. C, at South Bos- 
ton, aged 64 years. American of 

Mrs. Waitey, widow of Ephraim, at Warren, 
in 8sth year. American of 

Jonas, 23 years, drowned in wreck of pleasure 
boat Bunker Hill, in Boston Harbor, 

Benjamin, at Seekonk. in 31st year, 

Clarissa, wife of Alvan, at Warren, in 28th 
year, 
COLEGROVE John, Esq., at Coventry, in 74th 
year; sermon by Rev. Amos Willis, Matt. 
XL 29, 

Nancy, widow of John, Esq., at Coventry, 
aged 62 years, 
COLEMAN Bacon, seaman of schooner packet 
Oscar, at St. Barts, 

John, in 23d year, 

Susan, daughter of Rev. Ebenezer, at New- 
port, aged S years. American of 

Harriet, daughter of William, aged 17 months, 

, murdered near Harrodsburg, Penn. 

American of 
COLLARD Mrs. Abigail, at Newport, aged 89 
years, 

Mrs. Abigail, at Newport, aged 89 years, 
American of 
COLLET Thomas, formerly of Philadelphia, in 

Illinois, in 29th year. American of 
COLLINS William, at East Greenwich, in the 
69th year. 



Feb. S, 1827 

May 8, 1827 

Mai-ch 14, 1828 

April 30, 1828 

Sept. II, 1828 

Oct. 21, 1828 

Oct. 21, 1828 

April 6, 1829 

Oct. 20, 1829 

1830 

Feb. 17, 183 1 

April 22, 1831 

July 12, 1831 

June 12, 1832 
July 21, 1832 

Nov. 7, 1832 

March 21, 1817 

April 27, 1820 

Sept. 22, 1820 
Aug. 20, 1 824 

Oct. 7, 1825 
Aug. 12, 1828 

July 24, 1832 

Sept. 4, 1822 

Sept. 12, 1828 

Feb. 15, 1822 

July 23, i8u 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 67 

COLLINS Charles Bradford, only son of Charles, 
Esq.., and grandson of the late Governor 

Bradford, at Bristol, in sth ySar, June 21, 1813 

Comfort, Friend Minister, at Seabrook, N. 

H., aged 105 years, 3 months. American 

of F"eb. 16, 1 8 16 

COLLIN Josiah P., Esq., formerly of Newport, 

at Island of Trinidad, May 15, 1816 

COLLINS Tillinghast, son of Philip, at Cranston, 

aged 15 years, Aug., 18 16 

Charles, Esq., at Warren, aged 74 years, June 8, 1818 

Mary, wife of Dr. Amos, at Cranston, June 9, 181 8 

Erastus, at Pawtucket, in 32d year, native of 

Hampton. Ct, for five years a teacher, Oct. 5, 1819 

Erastus, at Seekonk, in 33d year. American 

of Oct. 15, 1819 

Capt. Samuel, at Newport, aged 83 years. 

American of Jan. 18, 1820 
John, Governor of Delaware. American of April 26, 1822 
, child of Wanton, at Warwick, aged 

about 2 years ; was burnt to death, Feb. 6, 1823 

David C, at North Guilford, Ct., aged 47 

years. American of Jan. 9, 1824 

Mrs. , in North Carolina. While standing 

in her door, she was shot by some fiend. 

American of March 9, 1824 

Eliza, wife of William A., and daughter of 

late Samuel Manchester, of Tiverton, at 

Providence, in 25th year, Oct. 31, 1824 

Harty, widow of Charles, at Warren, in 78th 

vear, Jan. 29, 1825 

Sarah, wife of Jabez, at Hopkinton, aged 80 

years. American of July 26, 1825 

Elizabeth, wife of Philip, at Cranston, aged 

52 years, of Society of Friends ; leaves 9 

children, Aug. i, 1825 

Cuff (colored), at Bristol, April 26, 1826 

Henry, son of Capt. William, at Warren, in 

60th year. American of July 4, 1826 

James, aged 30 years, native of Ireland, at 

Newport. American of Jan. 30, 1827 

Mary, wife of Capt. William, at Warren, aged 

48 years. American of Jan. 30, 1827 

Benjamin, of Southboro, Mass., suicide by 

cutting his throat ; was found dead back 

of his house, aged about 70 years. Amer- 
ican of May 8, 1827 
Mrs. Mary, wife of Capt. Haile, and daughter 

of James Maxwell, Esq., at Warren, Dec. 26, 1828 

Mary, widow of Thomas, at Foster, June 22, 1829 



6§ 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



COLLINS Philip, Jr., aged 23 years, son of 
Philip, of Providence, at Augusta, Ga., 

, an, Irishman, at Northampton. He and 

a friend got drunk, laid down beside road 
to sleep, when the friend awoke Collins 
was lying dead beside him, 
Sterry, at Southbridge, of cholera, 
COLLIS Andrew D., of Connecticut, at Havana, 

mate of brig Cobbossee, of this port, 
COLMAN Rev. James, American missionary to 
Chittageng, at Cox's Bazar in Bengal, 
Elizabeth Nichols, daughter of Rev. Eben- 

ezer, at Newport, aged 10 months, 
Mrs. Mary, formerly of Boston, at Salem, 
Mass., 
COLQUHEUN Patrick, Esq., LL.D., a political 

writer, in London, aged 76 years, 
COSSON Sylvester, a pirate under sentence of 
death at Boston, hung himself in his cell. 
American of 
COLTON Solomon, at Longmeadow, Mass., in 
8'8th year, 
Rev. C. C, at London, a suicide. The dread 
of a surgical operation is given for the act. 
American of 
COLVIN Edwin Elisha, infant son of Ezra, at 
Warwick, aged i year, 
Henry Ralph, only son of Nathan R., at 
Providence, aged i year, 
COLWELL William, at Foster, aged 36 years, 
Mehitable, wife of Col. John, late of Foster, 
at Brooklyn, Ct., in 78th year. American of 
- George, at Glocester, aged 48 years, 
COMER John, at Bristol Neck, aged 90 years; 
was member of Baptist church, Warren, 60 
years, and son of Rev. John, formerly pas- 
tor of First Baptist church of Newport. 
American of 
COMMENE Prince Demetrms, in England ; had 
been offered the crown of Greek empire. 
American of 
COMSTOCK Capt. Fairbank, of Norwich, Ct., 
; drowned in New London harbor Oct. 20,' 
found Nov. 13 on north side of Martha's 
Vineyard, a distance of loo miles, recog- 
nized by his papers. American of 
--■ ; Samuel, in this town, in 27th year, son of 
Capt. Benjamin, 
Samuel, at Burrillville, in 79th year, of Soci- 
■ , ety of Friends, 



Nov. 4, 1830 

April 15, 1831 
Sept. 8, 1829 

Oct. I, 1829 

July 4, 1822 

Oct. 9, 1825 

Nov. II, 1826 

April 25, 1820 

Feb. 2, 1827 
Oct. 17, 1 82 1 

June 12, 1832 

Sept. 3, 1828 

Oct. 20, 1830 
March 12, 1817 

Feb. 22, 1822 
March 8, 1831 



Jan. 14, 1817 
Nov. 2, 1 82 1 

Dec. 3, 1813 

April 10, 1815 

June 6, 1815 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



69' 



COMSTOCK Sarah, widow of Dr. Ichabod, at 
Smithfield, in 74th year; funeral from her 
son Isaac's, died - Nov. 19, 1815 

Moses Eddy, only son of Captain William, 
aged 2 months, Sept. 17, 1818; 

Col. Adam, at Saratoga Co., N. Y., in 80th 
year, soldier of the Revolution ; was a na- 
tive of Smithfield, R. I., and member of 
General Assembly, removed to New York 
about 1785, April 10, 1819 

George, at Mendon, in Scrth year, of Society 

of Friends, Jan. 6, 1820 

Capt. Joseph, in his 38th year, Feb. 3, 1820 

Mrs. Bethiah, wife of Capt. William, daugh- 
ter of late Jabez Gorham, in 33d year, Sept. 8, 1821 

Julia, daughter of Capt. William, aged 7 

months, Sept. 18, 1821, 

Capt. Jesse, in 4Sth year, Dec. 19, 1821 

Isaac, formerly of Smithfield, at Candor, N. 

Y., aged 53 years, April 27, 1822 

Mary, at Moniville, Ct., aged 9 years, killed 

by lightning while at church. May 25, 1823 

Dr. William S., U. S. Army, at Canajoharie, 
N. Y. American of June 28, 1825 

Mary, wife of Capt. benjamin, and daughter 
of Rev. Joseph Winsor, of Glocester, aged 
71 years,_ Nov. 10, 1825 

Oliver H., infant son of Dr. Josenh, at Leb- 
anon, Ct. American of Oct. 20, 1826 

Harriet Ellen, infant daughter of Capt. Wil- 
liam, aged 18 months, June 15, 1827 

Dr. Ezekiel, at Smithfield, aged 66 years. 

American of Feb. 26, 1828 

William Ezekiel, son of Dr. William W., at 

Smithfield, aged 3 months. May 14, 1828 

Capt. Benjamin, aged 82 years, Sept. 30, 1828 

CON ANT Timothy, at Rehoboth, in 74th year, March 5, 1826 

Miss Lucy, aged 72 years, and Miss Betsey, 
aged 66 years ; these two sisters had 
always lived in the same house and died 
within 1 5 minutes of each other, at Con- 
cord, Mass. American of April 21, 1829 

Nancy, daughter of the late Benjamin, of 
Oakham, Mass., at Providence, in i8th 
year, Sept. 23. 1831 

CONCANNON Rt. Rev. Luke, at Naples, in 

70th year, June 19, 1810 

CONDARCET Madame, widow of the cele- 
brated legislator and sister of Marshall 
Grouchey, at Paris ; was a noted belle and 
wit of the coteries of Paris. American of Oct. 29, 1822 



YO VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CONDY Thomas Hollis, Jr., of Providence, at 

Savannah, in 30th year, July 16, i82[ 

Mary, wife of Capt. Thomas Hollis Condy, 
aged 59«years, Aug. S, 1823 

CONE Julia Ann, at Plainfield, Ct., aged 22 

years. American of Dec. 31, 1824 

, at Middlebury, Vt.; he had been 

charged with theft and went with a friend 
to the accuser to satisfy him of his inno- 
cence ; the affair so worked on his mind 
that he went home, wrote a letter to his 
wife asserting his innocence and then hung 
himself. American of Dec. 21, 1827 

CONEY , aged 2 years, at Leydon, N. 

Y., ate toadstool for mushroom. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 21, 1817 
CONGDON Benjamin, at Warwick, in S2d year. 

American of May 19, 1815 

Carey, at Newport, aged 32 years. Ameri- 
can of May 23, 18 15- 

John, of West Greenwich, at St. Pierre, W. 
I., on board sch. William Sheldon, aged 26 
years, Jan. 14, 18 17 

John Boss, native of Rhode Island, at Marine 
Hospital, Charleston, S. C, aged 30 years. 
American of Sept. 14, 1819 

Stephen, son of the late Samuel, of South 
Kingstown, at Lebanon, Ct., aged 56 years, June 10, 1820 

Hannah, widow of James, of Charlestown, 

R. I., at Stnrbridge, Mass , in 94th year, Oct. 9, 1820 

Mary, wife of Capt. Peleg, only daughter of 
Hon. Henry Remington, at Warwick, sud- 
denly, Nov. 14, 1820 

Abigail, widow of Robert, Esq., of Charles- 
town, at North Kingstown, in 73d year. Dec. 29, 1820 

Mary, widow of Joseph, at Jamestown, aged 
65 years, Jan. 18, 1821 

William, son of Daniel, Esq.,, at Wickford, 

aged 25 years, Nov. 12, 1824 

Caleb, son of Jonathan, aged 25 years, Dec. 1, 1824 

Rebecca, widow of James, at Charlestown, in 

80th year, Feb. 13, 1826 

Abigail, wife of John, at Cranston, aged about 

34 years, March 5, 1826 

George Henry, infant son of William, aged 

II months. May 13, 1826 

Thomas, son of Joshua, at Northbridge, 

aged 26 years. American of July 21, 1826 

James, formerly of Providence, at Lubec, 

Me. American of Feb. 23, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 71 

CONGDON Mrs. Hannah, at Wickford, in 51st 

year. American of May 8, 1827 

Harriet Adams, daughter of Isaac, Jr., at 

Arkwright, aged 14 months, Sept. n, 1828 

Ephraim, formerly of Providence, at North- 
. bridge, aged 68 years, Nov. 28, 1828 

Abby, daughter of Welcome, aged 19 months, Sept. 14, 1829 
Joseph W., at Cranston, in 34th year, April 30, 1831 

Hodge (colored), aged 55 years, Nov. 14, 1831 

CONGERS Miss , in the burning of the 

Richmond, Va., theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 

CONGLETON Thomas, aged 15 years, in Vir- 
ginia, killed by the careless handling of a 
swivel on board a boat conveying his 
father's military company on an excursion. 
American ot July 4, 1820 

CONGRENE Sir Gen. William, the English ar- 
tillery ofificer. American of Aug. 19, r.828 

CONGRIEVE Lt Gen. Sir W. , Baronet, 

aged 73 years, controler of the Royal Lab- 
oratory, etc. American ot July i, 1814 

CONK LING Augustus H. M., aged 35 years, 
late Lieut. Commandant U. S. Navy ; was 
in command of the Tigress, at Lake Erie, 
in St. Mary's Co., Md., Nov. 13, 1822 

CONNELLY widow, inhumanly murdered by 

William Etheridge, at Carratuck, N. C, March 2, 181 1 

Luke and two children (colored), killed by 

lightning, at Georgetown, Del., July S. 1832 

CONNEYS Eliza, in England ; she had swal- 
lowed a number of pins. American of Oct. 22, 1813 

CONNOLLY Rt. Rev. John, D. D., R. C. 

bishop of New York, at New York, Feb. 6, 1825 

Levi (colored), and two of his children, 

killed by lightning, at Middleford, Del., July S, 1832 

CONNOR J. , secretary to the governor, 

of the fever, at New Orleans. American of Oct. 11, 1822 

John, of Albany, killed by an explosion on 
board steamboat Ohio, near Sing Sing. 
American of July 10, 1832 

CONROY Mr. , his wife and five children, 

drowned while crossing the Potomac, three 

miles from Oldtown. American of April 26, 1825 

CONTI The Prince of, in Spain, aged 80 years. 

American of July i, 1814 

CONVERT Mrs. and two children, in the 

burning of the Richmond, Va., theatre, Dec. 26, 18! i 

CONWAY Patrick, an Irish merchant, inhu- 
manly murdered in. his store, supposed by 
John Owens, cabinet maker, at Raleigh, N. 
C. American of May 12, 1809 



72 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CONWAY VV. T., at Boston, 

Gen. Robert, at Georgetown, S. C , aged 70 
years. American of 

H. W., killed in a duel with Robert Critten- 
den, in Arkansas Ter., 
COODY Robert, ordinary seaman, killed on board 
the Little Belt, in action with the U. S. 
Frigate President, 
COOKE Rosanna S., daughter of the late Jesse, 
of this town, in i6th year, 

George, with two boatmen and eight children 
of William Heogs, were drowned in Lake 
Champlain, 

Peter, at Coventry, in 91st year, 

Miss Rebecca, in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., theatre, 

Mrs. William, in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., theatre, 

George Frederick, the tragedian ; he had 
just completed his 57th year, in New York, 

Col. John, of Tiverton, at Newport, in 68th 
year, an officer of the Revolution, 

Martha, wife of Araasa, at Cumberland, aged 
38 years, 

Rosanna Elizabeth, only daughter of Joseph 
S., in this town, aged 4 years, 2 months, 

Christopher Sheldon, youngest son of Joseph 
S., in this town, aged 14 months, 

Hannah, wife of EseK, at Cumberland, in 
49th year, 

George William, infant son of Joseph S., in 
this town, 

Sarah, at Worcester, aged 88 years ; she had 
13 children, 99 grand, 113 great-grand and 
12 great-great-grandchildren, total 237. 
American of March 7, 

Adam, at Greenbush, N. Y., aged 96 years, 
leaves a wife aged 94 years; had lived to- 
gether 69 years. American of July i, 

Clarke, merchant, at Newport, aged 48 years. 

American of ' Aug. 22, 

Mary, widow of Edward, at Tiverton, in 48th 

year. American of Feb. 3, 

Thomas D., of Providence, at sea, on board 
ship Asia, on passage from IBatavia to 
Canton, in 23d year, April — , 

John, of Tiverton, at sea, on board ship Co- 
lumbia, on passage from Havana to Bristol. 
American of July 17, 

Eleazer, seaman, aged 25 years, native of 

Rhode Island, at St. Ubes, Sept. 27, 



Jan. 3, 


1822 


Dec 26, 


1823 


Nov. 5, 


1827 


May 16, 


1811 


Dec. 20, 


1808 


Nov. 10, 
Dec. 22, 


1810 
1810 


Dec. 26, 


1811 


Dec. 26, 


1811 


Sept. 26, 


1812 


Dec. 17, 


1812 


May 4, 


1814 


Dec. 8, 


1815 


Oct. I, 


1816 


Oct. 5, 


1816 


Jan. 27, 


1817 



817 

817 
817 

818 
818 
818 

8t8 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 73 

COOKE Elizabeth, widow of Capt. John, for- 
merly of Providence, at Killingly, Ct., Jan. i, 1819 
William F., seaman, of Newport, at sea, on 
ship Morning Star, on passage from New 
Orleans. American of Aug. 17, 1819 
Mary, widow of Stephen, at Glocester, in 

74th year. American of Sept. 7, 1819 

Orchard, Esq., postmaster, at Wiscasset, Me. 

American of Sept. 7, 18 19 

Ebenezer, aged 24 years; was blind and 
drowned while bathing in a pond, at Kill- 
ingly, Ct., June 25, 1820 

John, Esq., at Newport, formerly member 

General Assembly, July 22, 1820 

Anna, wife of Nathaniel, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at Canandaigua, N. Y., aged 40 
years, suddenly, American of Sept. 8, 1820 

Julia Ann, daughter of Robert, at Seekonk, 

in 17th year. American of Sept. 8, 1820 

Ann Greene, only daughter of William M., at 

Glocester, in 4th year, Oct. 18, 1820 

Aseneth, widow of Eleazer, at Cumberland, 

in 57th year, June 20, 1822 

John, eldest son of late John, Esq., of New- 
port, at Havana. American of June 25, 1822 

Robert E., at Charleston, S. C, in 2Sth year, 
printer; had worked on the Providence 
papers, June 5, 1822 

John Gray, infant son of Caleb, Sept. 26, 1822 

Amey, wife of Capt. Benoni, at Providence, 

in 39th year, Dec 9, 1822 

Bennett, son of Peter, at Tiverton, aged 19 

years. American of Jan. 24, 1823 

Stephen, of Brig Brutus, died at sea. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 24, 1823 

Thomas, aged 54 years; leaves wife and two 

daughters, Feb. 15, 1823 

Stephen A., son of late Col. John, of New- 
port, at sea, on board brig Prutus, on pas- 
sage from Cronstadt to Newport. Ameri- 
can of Feb. 28, 1823 

, daughter of Otis, at Olneyville, aged 7 

years, drowned, May 24, 1823 

Rev. Elisha B., pastor ot the Presbyterian 
church in Manchester (formerly Oxford), 
Ct., drowned in crossing a pond where he 
had been helping a neighbor haying. 
American of July 25, 1823 

John, State librarian and proprietor of City 
Reading Rooms, at Albany, N. Y., sud- 
denly. American of Aug. 29, 1823 



74 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COOKE Mrs. Joanna, widow of Capt. Nicholas, 

in 64th year, ^ Nov.ar, 1823 

Mary Gray, widow of Russell, of Tiverton, 

at Boston, aged 78 years. American of Nov. 25, 1823 

Susanna, widow of Capt. Joseph, aged 79 

years, April 29, 1824 

Henry T., son of late Capt. Daniel, formerly 

of Providence, at Rhynebeck, N. Y.; was 

a graduate of Brown University, Dec. 24, 1 824 

Orchard, at Winthrop, Me.; two of his chil- 
dren died from spotted fever within 12 

hours from its attack and the third within 

36 hours. American of March 18, 1825 

Sarah, wife of Caleb C, in 29th year, Aug. 9, 1825 

Ann Janette, daughter of Jesse, at Coventry, 

in 8th year, Oct. 6, 1825 

William H., at New York, printer, aged 23 

years, Oct. 20, 1825 

Isaac, at Tiverton, aged 82 years. American 

of May s, 1826 

Lydia, at Tiverton, aged 83 years. American 

of May 5, 1826 

Mary, wife of Capt. Charles C, daughter of 

Rev. Daniel Webb, formerly of Provi. 

dence, at Newport, aged 23 years, " Dec. 30, 1826 

Israel, Esq., at Hurrillville, in 80th year, Feb. i, 1827 

Gray Wood, in i8th year, Feb. 14, 1827 

Capt. Enock, at Westford, in 8sth year. 

American of May 15, 1827 

Daniel P., late member of Congress from Ill- 
inois, in Kentucky. American of Nov. 6, 1827 
Mary, daughter of late Hopkins, at Appo- 

naug, late of East Greenwich, in 65th 

year, Sept. 14, 1828 

Mrs Abigail, wife of Capt. Joseph B., and 

daughter of late Capt. Amos Allen, of 

Providence, at Mendon, in 59th year, Oct. 6, 1828 

Robert, at Kingstown, aged 85 years, an 

ofificer in the Revolution. American of Oct. 7, 1828 

Phebe, wife of John W., at Foster, in 59th 

year, Nov. 26, 1828 

Stephen, seaman, of Tiverton, lost overboard 

from sloop Com. Perry, Jan. 2, 1829 
, sister of Nicholas, at Richmond, Vt., 

killed by lightning, Oct. 9, 1829 

Noah, Esq., attorney at law, at Keene, N. 

H., the oldest lawyer in the State, aged 80 

years, Oct. 15, 1829 

Hannah, wife of Benjamin, at Lynn, aged 22 

years. American of Nov. 26, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



75 



COOKE James, at Boston, aged 48 years. Ameri- 
can of 
Jennette, at Bethlehem, N. Y.; she resided 
with her father when the settlement was 
destroyed and burnt by the savages ; her 
age was 105 years. American of 
Wilson, printer, at New Orleans, of the fever, 
William, at Brighton, Mass., aged 26 years. 

American of 
Alma S., wife of Stephen A., and eldest 
daughter of Rowland Greene, at Glocester, 
in 22d year, 
Sarah, wife of Christopher, in 78th year, 
Jeremiah G., of Providence, at sea, on board 
Ship Henry Hill, on passage from New 
York to Bahai, 
Edward, executed at London, Eng., for burk- 
ing a woman of 80 years. American of 
Miss Abby, in iSth year, 
COOLBRETT Samuel, at Hampton, N. H., 

ruptured a blood vessel. American of 
COOLEY Capt. Chauncey, Jr., son of Capt. 
Chauncey, of this town, at New York, in 
25 th year, 
Capt. Chauncey, of Providence, who was ship- 
wrecked nine months since ; his body has 
been found and buried. American of 
Pamelia Francis, daughter of Capt. Lyman, 

at East Windsor, Ct., aged 2 years, 
James, of Ohio, Charge d'Affairs at Peru, at 

Lima, S. A., 
Samuel, at Northampton, aged 60 years; was 
employed in Mr. Butler's paper manufac- 
tory, in crossing the pond broke in and was 
drowned, 
COOLIDGE Capt. John, at Worcester, aged 34 

years. American of 
COOMBE William, Esq., a celebrated literary 
character, in England, aged 82 years. 
American of 
COOMBES Henry, of Thomaston, Me., died at 

sea, 
COOMBS Capt. John, at Cincinnati, manufactur- 
ing hatter. American of 
COOMBES George W., at Boston, suffocated 

from charcoal. American of 
COOMER Mrs. Mary, at Pawtucket, aged 18 

years, 
COONEY Patrick, perished in the wreck of the 
Frances Mary, at sea, 



Feb. 19, 1830 



June 15, 1830 
Oct. 10, 1830 

April I, 1 83 1 



April 7, 183 1 
Dec. 29, 1 83 1 



Jan. 7, 1832 

Feb. 28, 1832 
Dec. 28, 1832 

Aug. I, 1817 



Sept. 21, 1815 

March 29, 1822 

March 27, 1 824 

Feb. 24, 1828 

Dec. 18, 1828 
Jan. 27, 1824 

Aug. 22, 1823 
March 25, 1825 
Aug. 17, 1827 
May 22, 1832 
Nov. 26, 1828 
Feb. 5, 1826 



76 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



COOPER William, Esq., at Boston, aged 88 
years, 49 of which he was fleeted town 
clerk and never absent from a meeting, 

Capt. Gilbert, at Wickford, in 84th year, 

Lamberton, at Middletown, Ct., aged 70 
years, suddenly. American of 

Golden, shot by Mr. Roberts, at Hoboken, 
N.J., 

Elvira, at Cincinnati, O., was to have been 
married the eve of her death. 

Elder John, at Northbridge, aged 68 years. 
American of 

John, at Wickford, in 68th year, soldier in 
the Revolution, 

James, at Palermo, N. Y., aged 40 years; 
wrestling with a companion while drunk 
was seized in a fit. American of 

Susan, daughter of Allen, aged 8 months, 

Capt. Benjamin, native of Taunton, at New 
York, aged about 58 years; supposed to 
have been drowned in the harbor. Amer- 
ican of 

T , Corporal of Marines, U. S. Brig En- 
terprise, at Quarantine, N. Y. American of 

James, at Taunton, aged 53 years. American 
of 

Nathan, at Burrillville, at an advanced age, 

Bathsheba, widow of Capt. James, at Taun- 
ton, aged 72 years, 

Mary, wife of Abel, and daughter of Rev. 
David Newman, of Rehoboth, at Seekonk, 
in 28th year. 

Miss Lydia, at Taunton, aged 52 years, 

Capt. Lewis, at Centreville, Warwick, aged 
49 years, 

Thomas, at Attleboro, in 50th year. Amer- 
ican of 

Lloyd B., formerly of Middletown, Ct., at 
New Orleans, aged 20 years. American of 

Varnum, son of Rev. Calvin, at Killingly, in 
2Sth year, 

Gerordus A., M. D., at New York, 
COPE Francis, son of Thomas P., at Philadel- 
phia, drowned while bathing. American of 
COPELAND Margaret, in the burning of the 
Richmond, Va., Theatre, 

George Warren, son of Elisha, at Taunton. 
American of 

Eunice, of Mansfield, Mass., daughter of 
William, at Raynhara, aged 29 years, 



Nov. 28, 1809 
March 21, 1814 

Sept. 8, 1815 

Nov. 20, 181 6 

Nov. 23, 1817 

May 19, 1 818 

Nov. 21, 1818 



July 18, 1820 
Sept. 3, 1 82 1 



Dec. 21, 1821 

July 12, 1822 

Sept. 12, 1823 
Dec. 21, 1823 

May 8, 1824 

Oct. 23, 1825 
Feb. 23, 1826 

Aug. 5, 1826 

Feb, 17, 1829 

Oct. 22, 1830 

March 28, 1831 
Aug. 3, 1832 

Aug. 20, 1 8 16 

Dec. 26, 1 81 1 

Feb. 21, 1823 

Sept. 4, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 77 

COPELAND Elisha, at Norfolk, Va.; took the 

wrong medicine. American of Aug. 25, 1829 

WilUaim M. H., bookbinder, of Boston, at 

Havana, aged 35 years, July 25, 1830 

COPLEY J. S., Esq., R. A. and F. A. A., a 
native of Boston, an eminent painter, at 
London, Eng., Sept. 15, 1815 

COPLIN Hannah, widow of Thomas, at Seekonk, 

in 8 1 St year, Jan. 28, 1820 

COPP Elizabeth, wife of David, at Killingly, aged 

^ 60 years. American of May 14, 1822 

Sarah W., eldest daughter of William, at 

Killingly, Ct., aged 21 years, Sept. 12, 1826 

CORBIN John Taylor, eldest son of Major 
Richard, of Loneville, at Carlisle, Penn., 
from wounds received in a duel the even- 
ing before, Dec. 8, 181 5 

John Taylor. In his obituary it is stated that 
a sister perished in the burning of the 
theatre at Richmond ; a nephew, only son 
of William Champe Carter of Culpepper, 
was murdered at some college, and a first 
cousin, John Bird, was killed at battle of 
North Point, near Baltimore. Their 
brother. Major Garvin L. Corbin, is still 
suffering from wounds received at Hamp- 
ton. American of Feb. 2, 1816 

John, native of Killingly, Ct., at Providence, 
in 29th year ; was in the steward's depart- 
ment. Brown University, Dec. 15, 1830 
COREY Capt. William, of this town, at Charles- 
ton, S. C, in 63d year, Nov. 18, 1812 

Oliver, at Warwick, in 73d year. American 

of April 12, i8i6 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Capt. Caleb, 
in 13th year, Nov. 21, 1817 

Robert, wrecked with schooner Franklin on 

Lake Erie. American of Dec. 8, 1820 

Daniel, in 23d year, June 13, 1821 

Emeline Amilia, daughter of Capt. Caleb, in 
6th year, Oct. 4, 1821 

William Borden, only son of Caleb, at New- 
port, Oct. t9, 1 82 1 

Hannah M., daughter of late Bradford, of 
Newport, at Providence, aged 16 years, July 10, 1822 

Mrs. Lucy, at Ashford, Conn., aged 41 years. 

American of Sept. 13, 1822 

Catherine, wife of Sylvester R., aged 25 
years, May 22, 1825 



78 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COREY John, of Pawtuxet, at sea on board brig 
Ann, from this port for Havana, the fifth 
day out ; fell from mainyard. American oT May 30, 1826 

William, son of Thomas, near Wickford ; got 
caught in the water wheel and so badly 
hurt that he died within a few hours, June 13, 1826 

Sylvester Hazard, infant son of Sylvester R., 
aged 15 months, Aug. 30, 1826 

Capt. David, at Sturbridge, aged 71 years. 

American of Dec. 5, 1826 

Capt. Job, at North Kingstown, aged 82 

years, Oct. 5, 1828 

Hazard, at Pawtucket, aged 28 years, of So- 
ciety of Friends, Nov. 16, 1828 

DorcaS; widow of Capt. William, of Provi- 
dence, at Lexington, Ky., in 80th year, Jan. 15, 1830 

William G., at North Providence, aged 36 

years, April 27, 1830 

Abby Frances, infant daughter of Ebenezer, 

aged 5 months, July 17, 1830 

Esther, wife of Caleb, in S2d year, Oct. 25, 1830 

Lydia, wife of Samuel, at Portsmouth, in 

35th year, Nov. 27, 1830 

Isaac, at Westport, aged 84 years. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 24, 1830 

William Congdon, son of John, aged 11 

months, 12 days, April 23, 1831 

Albert B,, son of Pardon, at Fall River, aged 
2 years; fell into a tub of hot water. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 16, 1 83 1 

Allen, aged 41 years, killed, Sept. 25, 1831 

Allen, mariner, killed in the riot, at Provi- 
dence. American of Sept. 27, 1831 

Edward P., son of late Enock, of Marlboro, 

Mass., in 2Sth year. May 27, 1832 

Phebe, widow of Ebenezer H., of Provi- 
dence, at London, U. C, aged 65 years, of 
the cholera, July 20, 1832 

CORLISS Susannah C. wife of John, formerly 

of Providence, at Paris, Ky., Sept. 6, 1824 

CORNELIUS Dr. Rlias, at Somers, N. Y., aged 
65 years, a patriot and sufferer in the war 
for independence. American of July 11, 1823 

Rev. Elias, secretary of the American Board, 

at Hartford, Feb. 12, 1832 

CORNELL Elizabeth, widow of Capt. Walter, 

at Newport, in sSth year. American of ' Sept. 4, 18 10 

L}rdia. wife of Capt. George, at Portsmouth, 

in S6th year, April 27, 18 14 

Mrs. Sally, m Soth year, Nov. 14, 1814 



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79 



CORNELL Gideon [^)enjamin], in this town, in 
S7th year, man^ years sexton of St. John's 
church. American of 

Robert, of Portsmouth, aged 25 years, 
drowned from brig Carolina Augusta, of 
Boston, 

Sarah, wife of Job, at Newport, in 45th year. 
American of 

Rebecca, widow of Gideon, at Newport, in 
78th year. American of 

Ann A., wife of John I., formerly of Newport, 
daughter of Tiddeman Remington, of 
Jamestown, at Beaufort, S. C, in 35th year, 

Thomas, at Newport, aged 53 years, 

Benjamin, formerly of Newport, at Beaufort, 
S. C, aged 39 years, 

Joseph, Esq., at Tiverton, aged 65 years, for- 
merly a pensioner and ofiScer of the Revo- 
lution, 

Benjamin C. at Newport, in 38th year. 

Elder Joseph, formerly of Providence, at Gal- 
way, N. Y., in 80th year, 

Frances C, daughter of late Gideon, at New- 
port, aged 38 years. American of 

Mrs. Patience, at Burrillville, aged 80 years 
American of 

Mrs. Rebecca, wife of John, of Newport, at 
New York, aged 28 years, 

Mrs. Sarah, at Newport, aged 64 years, 

Comfort, widow of Benjamin, at Patience 
Island, in Soth year, 

Juliq Emily, daughter of Benjamin, aged 19 
months. 

Phebe, widow of Jonathan, at Portsmouth, in 
94th year. American of 

Gideon, at Glocester, aged 85 years, 

John, aged 9 years, son of John, drowned in 
the Cove Basin, 

Rooanna, widow of Capt. Joseph, of Tiverton, 
at Providence, aged 65 years, 
CORNING Miss Susannah, at Norwich, Ct., 

aged 47 years, 
CORNWALLIS Hon. Sir Admiral William, 
Vice Admiral of England. American of 

Marquise of, in England, aged 49 years, son 
of the General, who fought at Yorktown, 
Va. American of 
CORNWELL Dr. C. C.,at Philadelphia. Amer- 
ican of 



March 19, 1816 

Sept. 19, 1818 
July 23, 1819 
July II, 1820 



Aug. 18, 1821 
May 9, 1822 

Jan. 17. 1824 



April 8, 1825 
May 21, 1825 

July 26, 1826 

Nov. 7, 1826 

March 4, 1828 

May 2, 1828 
July 3, 1829 

Nov. 9, 1829 

June 17, 1830 

July 20, 1830 
Dec. 16, 1830 

Feb. 9, 183 1 

Jan. 10, 1832 

June 6, 1822 

Sept. 14, 1819 

Sept. 23, 1823 
Aug. 17, 1832 



80 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CORPE Rev. David, at Angelica, N. Y., in 78th 
year, a native of this State, where he spent 
most of his life; had a church near Appo- 
naug ; sermon by Rev. Mr. Gillett, his 
selection II Tim. iv:7-8, 

CORP Sally, wife of Abraham, at Scituate, aged 
70 years, 

CORPE Elizabeth, widow of John, daughter of 
Richard Waterman, in 95th year, 
Samuel H., in 32d year, 

CORSS Richard, Esq., formerly editor of Hud- 
son Whig, at Leyden, Mass., aged 27 years. 
American of 

CORTHEY Daniel, Esq., attorney at law, a 
Revolutionary soldier and officer, at New- 
bern, N. C, 

COSAIR Napoleon Bonaparte, at Utica, N. Y. 
American of 

COSTA Joseph Dominique, aged 57 years, native 
of Italy, had resided here many years, 

COTTLE Capt. Thomas, formerly of Martha's 
Vineyard, at Freetown, Mass., aged 72 
years, 

COTTON Samuel W., formerly of Buffalo, N. 
Y., at Providence, aged 22 years, 
John, at New York, aged 29 years ; in the 
American brig Patriot while cruising in 
West Indian waters an engagement was 
held with a pirate, in September, 1822, 
when he was so unfortunate as to lose both 
arms, 
Samuel, at Boston, aged 54 years. American 

of 
Abigail, wife of Charles, and daughter of 
Moses Jewett, at Ipswich. American of 

COTTRELL Benjamin P., at South Kingstown, 
in 29th year. American of 
William Sr., William Jr. and John executed 
at Hagarstown, Md., for murder of John 
Adams, May 9, 1819, 
Ann, widow of Capt. Thomas, at Newport, 
in 73d year. American of 

Harriet, daughter of late Gardiner, at 
Wickford. .American of 
John, at West Bloomfield, N. Y., in 74th 
year, 

COUCHERY Mons. , at Paris, of the Le- 
gion of Honor, master of requests, etc. 
American of 



July '13,-1819 

March 2, 1825 

Dec. 26, 1825 
Feb. 22, 183 1 

May 16, 1823 

June 19, 1817 
Sept. 27, 1 8 16 
Feb. 24, 1826 

March 21, 1826 
Feb. 16, 1827 



June 30, 1829 
Feb. 2, 1830 

Oct. 12, 1830 
July 9, 1816 

Feb. 25, 1820 

Oct. 12, 1819 

Feb. 26, 1828 

Aug. 28, 1828 

Jan. 27, 1815 



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81 



COULTER James M., midshipman, at Malaga; 
he burst a blood vessel; belonged to U. S. 
frigate United States. American of 
George, near Sumpterville, S. C, aged. 107 
years; his sister. Mrs. Martha Clarke, 
died the week after, aged 105 years. Amer- 
ican of 

COUNTIS Mr. . murdered by Thomas 

Biggam, in a quarrel over some shirts, near 



Alexandria, La., 



COUSELLO 
France 



he 



commandant at Verdun, 
blew out his brains rather 



than stand a court of inquiry respecting his 
treatment of British prisoners of war ; he 
is the fourth French oflficer that has done 
so for this cause. American of 
COUTHONY Capt. Joseph, at Boston, aged 56 

years. American of 
COUTTS Miss Elvina, in the burning of the 
Richmond, Va., theatre, 

Thomas, Esq., banker, at London, aged 87 
years, father-in-law of Sir Francis Burdett ; 
he willed his whole estate of $4,000,000 to 
his widow, formerly Miss Mellen, of the 
theatre. American of 
COVELL Uea. Silas, late of Providence, at Troy, 
N. Y., from a fall, in 68th year, 

Eliza A., wife of Rev. Joseph S., and second 
daughter of John A. Collins, Esq., of New- 
port, at Princess Anne, Md., in 3 2d year, 

Rebecca, widow of late Dea. Silas, and 
daughter of late Samuel Thurber, of Provi- 
dence, at Troy, N. Y., in 81st year, 
COWELL Ebenezer, Esq., clerk of court of 
common pleas of Hunterdon Co., at Tren- 
ton, N. J., perished in the cold, 

Mrs. Mary, wife of Major Samuel, at Wren- 
tham, aged 79 years, 

Major Samuel, at Wrentham, aged 87 years, 
served in the French and in the War of 
the Revolution, 
COWING Bethiah, wife of Joseph, at Bridge- 
water, Mass., aged 78 years. American of 

Capt. John, at Warren, aged 55 years, found 
dead in his bed, 

Seth L., at New York, on his way to Charles- 
ton, S. C, in 38th year ; his remains were 
brought here for burial. American of 

William, at New York, merchant, aged 33 
years ; his remains were brought to this 
town for burial, 



March 11, 1817 

Aug. 2, 1822 
May—, 1822 



Feb. 14, 1812 

Feb. 2, 1830 

Dec. 26, 181 1 



April 26, 1822 
Dec. 26, 1820 

Oct. 5, 1828 

Feb. 16, 1830 

Feb. 14, 1818 
Jan. 31, 1824 

Feb. 23, 1824 
Aug. IS, 1823 
July 22, 1826 

Nov. 3, 1826 

March 21, 1828 



g2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

COWING Ward, in 77th year, April 14, 1832 

Caroline, youngest daughter of Joseph, in 

lOth year, April 28, 1832 

Caroline, youngest daughter of Joseph, in 

10th year, April 29, 1832 

COY Mrs. Sarah, widow, aged 89 years, in this 

town, buried in West burying ground, Aug. 26, 1812 

Samuel, seaman, at sea, on board ship Ann, 

on passage from Havana to Bristol. Amer- 
ican of April 25, 1823 
John, at Bristol, aged about 53 years, Oct. 14, 1825 
COYLE Mr. . the scenic artist, in New 

York ; in getting into his carriage he mis- 
stepped, falling backwards fractured his 

skull and died the day following, July 21, 1827 

COX Henry, merchant, native of England, 

drowned at New York while attempting to 

board a steamboat, Jan. 6, 1817 

COXE Lieut. , of U. S. brig Enterprise, 

died at Charleston. American of July 12, 1822 

Tench, Esq., at Philadelphia, in 69th year, July 16, 1824 

COX Dr. John P., of Rhinebeck, at New York. 

American of July 2, 1825 

George, a child of his, aged 2 years, at New 

port. American of Aug. 19, 1825 
William, at Bristol, aged 82 years, Aug. 18, 1826 
, daughter of Thomas, at Williamstown, 

aged 2 years ; her clothes caught fire. 

American of Feb. 13, 1829 

Ebenezer, executed for the murder of Mr. 

Dunn, at Williamsport, Va. American of Sept. 7, 1830 

Abiah Caroline, aged 20 months ; Alfred 

Roy Cox, aged 5 years and Edwin Dorr 

Griffin Cox, children of Rev. Dr. Cox, of 

New York, all by scarlet fever. American 

01 TflTl 10 T S^2 

COZZENS Peter, at Newport, in 90th year. 

American of March 13, 1 810 

Capt. George, of this town, at sea, on board 

brig Grand Turk, on her passage from Ha- 

vana, in his 24th year, July 13, 181 1 

Amey, wife of Charles, at Smithfield, Dec. 29, 1815 

Sarah Marsh, wife of Benjamin, Jr., Esq., 

and eldest daughter of Seth Wheaton, 

Esq., in this town, Nov. 23, 1 816 

Henry P., at Providence, son of the late Capt. 

Matthias, of Newport, in 47th year, Sept. 3, 1818 

Capt. Gregory, at Newport, in 88th year. 

American of Pe^ j jgjg 

Capt. William, of Newport, son of Joseph, at " ' 

sea, in 27th year. Americanof Oct. 8, 1819 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



83 



COZZENS Capt. Peter, aged 38 years, son of 
John, of North Kingstown, at sea, on pas- 
sage from Port au Pilmer to Baltimore, 

Edward A., son of Richard, aged 14 years, 

Lydia, wife of John, at Wickford, aged 63 
years, 

Maria, daughter of Richard, in i8th year, 

John, native of Providence, at Plainfield, Ct., 
aged 66 years. American of 

Polly, aged 59 years, 

Capt. Benjamin, at Newport, in 78th year. 
American of 

Benjamin, formerly of Providence, at Attle- 
boro, in 70th year, brought here for burial, 

John, at Wickford, in 72d year, of Society of 
Friends, at North Kingstown, 

Mary, daughter of Charles W., aged 15 
months. 

Miss Margaret, at Newport, aged 89 years, 

Mrs. Margaret, al Newport, aged 87 years. 
American of 

Mrs. Harriet, wife of Capt. Charles, at New- 
port, aged 20 years, 

Richard (colored), aged about 80 years, native 
of Africa ; was brought here very young ; 
was a slave many years in the family of 
Matthew Cozzens of Newport ; was 5 
years in the Revolutionary service ; served 
as a fifer in the regiment commanded by 
Col. Christopher Greene, afterwards by 
Col. Jeremiah Olney, serving from March, 
1778, to June, 1783, since which time he 
has resided in Providence ; his last illness 
confi.ned him to his house for 5 years, 

Samuel Dexter, son of Benjamin, Esq., aged 
13 months, 
CRABOWSKI Demetrius, is now living near 
Polosk, in Lithunia, at the age of 168 
years ; has a son 120 and another 97 years 
old. American of 

CRACHAMI Miss , the Italian dwarf, in 

London, suddenly. American of 
CRAFT Sir Herbert, a man of letters, in Eng- 
land. American of 

Robert, formerly of Newport, at Staten Isl- 
and, aged 31 years. American of 
CRAFTS Rev. Thomas, at Middleboro, Mass., 
aged 60 years. American of 

William, Esq., native of Boston, at Charles- 
'■■ ton, S. C, aged 57 years. 



June 24, 1820 
June 25, 1821 

Nov. 23, 1 82 1 
July I, 1822 

Aug. 20, 1822 
Nov. I, 1824 

June 10, 1825 

July 21, 1825 

Jan. 31, 1827 

Aug. 15, 1828 
Aug. 31, 1828 

Sept. 12, 1828 

Nov. 8, 1829 



Dec. 24, 1829 
May 3, 183! 

Feb. 14, 1832 
July 27, 1824 
July 2, 18 16 
Oct. 14, 1823 
March|26, 1819 
Sept. 9, 1820 



84 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CRAFTS William, at Newport, aged 72 years, 

Revolutionary pensioner, April 19, 1823 

Hon. William, of Charleston, S. C, at New 

Lebanon Springs, Sept. 22, 1826 

Eunice, wife of Governor Samuel, Governor 

of the State, at Craftsbury, Vt. American 

of ' Sept. II, 1829 

Eunice, wife of Joseph, at VVatertown, aged 

43 years. American of Nov. 10, 1829 

CRAGGIN Col. Samuel, at Uxbridge, aged 87 

years. American of Sept. 2, 1825 

CRAIG Ann, in the burning of the Richmond, 

Va. theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 

John, executed in Pennsylvania for murder of 

Edward Hunter, Esq. American of June 12, 1818 

Content, widow of John at Wrentham, in 87th 

year, Oct. 11, 1822 

Mr. , three negro boys and a horse killed 

by lightning while standing under a tree at 

Strasburg, Va. American of July 5. 1825 

CRAIK Dr. James, formerly chief physician U. 

S. Army, in Virginia, aged 84 years ; at. 

tended Washington in his last moments. 

American of Feb. 25, 1814 

CRAM Nathan, of Belfast, drowned in Belfast 

Bay, Me., by the upsetting of a boat. 

American of Nov. 3, 181 5 

Tristam, at Brooks, Me., aged 74 years ; 

soldier of the Revolution. American of April 12, 183 1 

CRANCH Mary, widow of Hon. Richard, at 

Quincy, Mass., aged 70 years, Oct. 17, 181 1 

Hon. Richard, at Quincy, Mass., aged 85 

years, Oct. 16, 1811 

John, at Bath, Eng., aged 70 years. Ameri- 
can of July 3, 1821 
CRANDALL Lemuel, of Providence, son of the 

late Capt. Joseph, at sea, on board brig 

Traveller, on passage from Havana to 

Cowes, in 22d year, Oct. 17, 1817 

William A. Penniman, son of Benjamin, aged 

5 months, Sept. 7, 1822 
James Beverly, youngest son of William W., Jan. 20, 1823 
Azariah, at Newport Asylum, aged 78 years, Sept. 30, 1824 
, a student in the Academy, killed by the 

students in adrunken scuffle. American of Nov. 4, 1825 

William S. B., of Newport, seaman, at sea, on 

board brig Baltic. American of July 17, 1827 

Robert, fireman, injured by an explosion of a 

boiler on steamer Chief Justice Marshall, 

in Hudson River, April 22, died next day, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 85 

GRAND ALL Mary, wife of Rev. Eldredge, at 
South Kingstown, aged 67 years. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 7, 1830 
CRANE Gen. William, at Ehzabethtown, in 68th 
year ; served in the Revolution. American 
of Aug. 16, 1814 

Oliver, one of the elders of Galdwell Ghurch. 
Seeing some horses uneasy he tried to 
quiet them when he received a kick in the 
breast which terminated his life in 50 
minutes at New Jersey. American of Sept. 9, 1817 

Mary, daughter of Major General Elisha, at 

Canton, Mass. American of Oct. 29, 1819 

Aaron T., Esq., postmaster, at St. Louis ; 
was a captain in the late war. American 
of Nov. 5, 1819 

Ann Maria, daughter of Major J. B., at Fort 

Walcott, Newport Harbor, aged 15 months, Sept. 2, 1822 

John H., Esq., attorney at law, at Louisville, 

Ky. American of Oct. 25, 1822 

Desire, wife of Gen. Elijah, at Canton, Mass., 

aged 62 years. American of Jan. 28, 1823 

Benjamin, at Douglass, Mass. American of Feb. 25, 1825 

Capt. Nathaniel, at Wellington, Mass., aged 

55 years. American of Sept. 13, 1825 

Mrs. Anne, wife of Daniel; Julia, aged 18, 
and Lydia Ann, aged 14 years ; daughters 
of Daniel; at Bridgewater, Mass. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 20, 1825" 

Rev. James C, corresponding Secretary 
United Foreign Mission Society and assist- 
ant secretary elect of American Bible Soci- 
ety, at New York, Jan. 12, 1826 

Lydia, widow of Jonathan, at Bridgewater, 

aged 82 years, March 11, 1826 

Dr. James L., at New York. American of March 30, 1830 

Mary, wife of John, Esq., at Trescott, Me., 
very suddenly, aged 63 years. American of April 29, 183 1 

Jonathan, aged 17 years, at West Bridge- 
water, suicide. American of Aug. 12, 183 1 
CRANSTON William, son of Capt. Benjamin, 

at Warren, aged 29 years. American of April 21, 1812 

Zilpha, fourth daughter of Samuel, of and at 

Foster, Sept. 28, 181 3 

Henry, of Warren, R. L, at sea. American 
of May It, 1819 

Betsey, daughter of Peleg, formerly of Foster, 
at New Berlin, N. Y., aged 28 years, July 30, 1820 

Peleg, at Foster, aged 67 years, Society of 

Friends, Feb. 26, 1822 



gg VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CRANSTON Rev, Walter, of Savannah, Clergy- 
man of the Episcopal Church, aged 32 years, 
at Middletown, Ct, July 27, 1822 

William, at the Newport Almshouse, aged 

50 years. Aug. 7, 1823 

Helen, daughter of Samuel, formerly of Fos- 
ter, at Providence, aged 23 years, Sept. 15, 1823 

Samuel, at Newport, aged 78 years, April 18, 1824 

Grace, widow of Samuel, at Newport, in 89th 
year, Feb. 2, 1825 

Rachel, widow of Caleb, at Warren, in 76th 
year. American of April 15, 1825 

Thomas, aged 80 years, Aug. 31, 1825 

Thomas, son of late Capt. Thomas, in 29th 
year, Aug. 37, 1825 

Nicholas, suddenly, in 6ist year, at Cranston, Oct. 27, 1826 

Capt. Ira, son of late Capt. Peleg, of Warren, 

at Bristol, aged 35 years, April 29, 1829 

John, native of Rhode Island, but last 40 
years a residentj of Alexandria. Has left 
wife and 8 children, Oct. 4, 1829 

Henry Barton, only son of Jeremiah, at Dud- 
ley, aged 2 years, 4 months, Sept. 6, 1830 

Elizabeth, daughter of late William, ot New- 
port, at Natchez village, aged 13 years, Sept. 23, 1832 
CRAPO Spooner, at Rochester, Mass. Ameri- 
can of April 26, 1 8 16 

Merebah, wife of Nicholas, at Rochester, 
Mass., aged 46 years; leaves 7 children. May i, 1816 

Nicholas, only brother of Philip, Esq., of this 

town, at Rochester, Mass., aged 51 years, May 4, 1816 

Jesse, at Dartmouth, aged 49 years, Jan. 11. 1831 

Rebecca, daughter of late Nicholas, and sis- 
ter of Philip, Esq., of Providence, at Roch- 
ester, Mass., in 67th year, Jan. 11, 1828 
CRAPON Phebe, wife of Capt. Thomas, in 39th 

year, Jan. 24, 181 2 

Joseph, drowned in Newport harbor. May 5, 1812 

Ihomas, in this town, aged 52 years, April 18, 1814 

Charlotte, wife of Capt. Christopher, in 55th 

year, Sept. 12, 1819 

Cornelius, son of William, aged 3 years, 5 

months, Oct. 5, 1820 

Thomas, formerly of Providence, at Savannah, 

Ga., Oct. 6, 1820 

Peleg H., formerly of Providence, at Savan- 
nah, Ga., aged 32 years. American of Nov. 20, 182 1 

Edward D., in 21st year, Jan. 21, 1822 

Capt. Christopher, in 63d year, Sept. 9, 1823 

Albert, son of Daniel, in 21st year, May 14, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 87 

CRAPON Edward Albert, son of Thomas L., 

aged 1 8 months, May 2, 1826 

Thomas, aged 30 years, June 28, 1826 

William, only son of Mrs. Caroline, widow of 

Thomas, aged 14 months, July 12, 1827 

CRARY Samuel, son of Stephen, aged about 6 

years, drowned at Fall River. American of May 7, 1824 

CRAVEN Elijah R., A M., and M. D., Prof. 

of Botany in Columbia College, D. C, at 

Washington, D. C. Amercan of Dec. 12, 1823 

Earleof, in England. American of Sept. 20, 1825 

CRAWFORD Catharine, widow of Capt. Jo- 
seph, in 73d year. American of April 11, 1815 
David, Esq., brother of Hon. William H., 

member of General Assembly, suddenly. 

American of Feb. 9, 18 16 

William, at Westbrook, aged 21 years; he 

had invited a number of friends to dine on 

the attainment of his majority ; they came 

but to his funeral American of May 30, 1817 

Robert, brother of the Secretary of the 

Treasury, in Columbian Co., Ga. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 6, 1822 
, brother of William, at St. Ste- 
phens, Ala. American of July 18, 1823 
Dr. William, in Pennsylvania, formerly mem- 
ber of Congress, Oct. 21, 1823 
Charles, brother of the Secretary of the 

Treasury, at Alabama. American of May 25, 1824 

Capt. John, at Oakham, Mass., aged 86 years. 

American of Nov. 9, 1824 

Mrs. Judeth, at Spanish Town, Jamaica, at 

the advanced age of 151 years. American 

of Feb. 9, 1830 

Peter, butcher, aged 60 years, a suicide, had 

been convicted for abusing his wife, and 

placed under bonds. American of June 22, 1830 

CRAWLEY Abby, formerly of Norwich, Ct., 

at North Providence, aged 29 years, June i, 1828 

CRAYBOURNE Mr. -, at Sutterton, Eng., 

aged 75 years, a whitesmith ; he began 

business as a bell ringer, and an ingenious 

change ringer started business with i6s., 

and died leaving to his heirs ;^20,ooo. 

American of March 4, 18 14 

CREASE Samuel, at Boston, printer, aged about 

33 years, April 15, 1822 

CREED Mary, widow, in 83d year, Jan. 10, 182 1 

CREIGHTON James, at New York, -aged 71 

years, Jan. 6, 1822 



88 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CRELL Prof. . the chemist, at Soningen, 

Ger., aged 72 years. ^ American of Sept. 20, [816 

CREMER Theodore, aged 72 years, of house of 

T. & A. Cremer, at Rotterdam, Jan. 21, 1815 

CRENSHAW, Major Nathaniel, of Pittsylvania 

Co., Va., murdered by negroes, July 3, 18:8 

CRESSON Thomas, at Swanzey, N. H.,aged 93 

years, 9 months ; he came to the lower 

Ashuelot at 14 (1736), among the first to 

settle the place; was at Louisburg in 174S, 

was taken at Fort Drummer by the Indians 

and carried to Canada ; also served in the 

Revolution. American of June 22, 1821 

CRETTENDEN John, in Fayette Co., Penn., in 

74th year, soldier of the Revolution. 

American of Sept. 25, 1829 

CRISS Sally, at Benton, N. Y., a suicide, after 

she had murdered her 3 children. Ameri- 
can of 
CRIVELING William, aged 47 years, in New 

Jersey ; his mother, aged ^6, while taking 

her last look of her son, fell dead into the 

arms of her daughter. American of 
CROADE Mi.ss Mary, at Pawtucket, in 6ist year, 
Robert C, of Providence, at Trinidad, Cuba. 

American of 
CROCKER John, in England, aged 74 years, 

father of the Secretary of the Admiralty. 

American of 
James Percival, at Barnstable, Mass., aged 23 

years, 
Ebenezer, at Barnstable, aged 64 years, 

father of Rev. Dr. Crocker, of this town, 
Capt. , of sloop Intrepid, at New Or- 
leans, of the fever. American of 
John L., son of Nymphas, aged 20 months. 

American of 
Hannah W., wife of Samuel L., daughter of 

late Isaiah Thomas, Jr., of Boston, at 

Taunton, 
Nymphas, in 38th year, 
Nymphas P., at Barnstable, aged 29 years. 

American of 
Franklin, son of Loring, at Barnstable, aged 

32 years, 
Josiah, at Cotuet, Revolutionary pensioner. 

American of 
CROCKETT Col. Joseph, at Jassemine Co , Ky., 

at an advanced age, formerly marshal of 

Kentucky, a soldier of the Revolution. 

American of Dec. 15, 1829 



May I, 


1812 


Dec. 24, 
April 7, 


1824 
1813 


tlarch 20, 


1827 


July I, 


1814 


Nov. 16, 


1814 


Feb. 17, 


1817 


Oct II, 


1822 


Aug. 24, 


1827 


Nov. 22, 
May 28, 


1827 
1828 


Nov. 13, 


1829 


Jan. 10, 


1830 


July 20, 


1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 89 

CROCKERON Henry, Esq., late member of 
Congress from New York, at Staten 
Island. American of Nov. 19, 18 19 

CROMBIE Alderman, in England; was a friend 
to America 1774-5 ; he left 1^620,000 in per- 
sonal property. American of Oct. 6, 181 8 
CROMMELIN Claude, at Amsterdam, Holland, Oct. — , 1824 

CROMPTON S , who invented the "mule" 

in 1780. Mr. C. did not patent his mule, 
but received two presents from manufac- 
turers of ;^ioo and in 1800 another of 
;^400. In 1 8 12, on petition, Parliament 
gave him ;^S000. He lost this in an un- 
fortunate venture and died in obscurity at 
Bolton, Eng., in 74th year, June 16, 1827 

CROOKES John, Esq., at New York, in 47th 
year, for years editor of Mercantile Ad- 
vertiser, July 4, 1 8 18 
CROSBY Otis, in this town, in 29th year, Nov. 9, 181 1 

Hon. Oliver, at Brookfield, Mass.; one of 
County Senators in the Massachusetts 
Legislature. American of July3i, 1818 

Ruth Pope, wife of Timothy, formerly of 

Boston, at Providence, aged 41 years, May 3, 1819 

Mrs. Rebecca, at Newport, aged 45 years. 
American of Aug. 27, 18 19 

James, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 

schooner Quaker, March 6, 1820 

Julia Ann, daughter of late Thomas, at New- 
port in 22d year, Dec. 25, 1825 

Celia, youngest daughter of Elijah, Esq., of 

Thompson, Ct. American of April 18, 1828 

At Millville, Mendon, Mass., July 16, Ed- 
mond, aged 6 years; Aug. 10, Sarah Ann, 
aged 2 years, 5 months ; Aug. 16, Carle- ' 
ton, aged 7 years, 8 months, children of 
widow Sarah ; she had recently removed 
here from Milford and has thus buried her 
whole family. American of Sept. 5, 1828 

Daniel, at Barnstable, aged 62 years. He 
went out with his gun in the morning ; was 
found several miles from home, dead, sup- 
posed to have died in a fainting fit to 
which he was subject. American of Nov. 11, 1828 

Joel, at Boston, aged 23 years. American of Dec. 25, 1829 

Seth, at East Brewster, aged 84 years. 
American of May 4, 1830 

Mr. , supercargo of schooner Astria, 

wrecked near Hatteras, Oct. 25, 1832 



90 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CROSKEY Robert, merchant, at Philadelphia; 
fell out of his wagon and instantly killed. 
American of 
CROSS Joshua, at Salem. A son of his was hit 
by a stone, thrown by another boy, hitting 
him in the face. It caused lockjaw. His 
age was lo years. American of 

Stephen, at .Salisbury, N. H., aged 67 years, 
from a wen on his face, which had been 
growing 30 years. American of 

Capt. George, Sr., at Charleston, S. C. 
American of 

James, at Hemmingford, .S. C, aged 29 
years ; swallowed by mistake a dose of 
diluted potash. American of 

, a child of Cyrus, aged 18 months; 

drowned by falling into a well at Monson, 
Mass. American of 

Amos, late Chief Justice Court Common 
Pleas, Washington Co., at Westerly, 

Thomas Lloyd Halsey, eldest son of George 
W., Esq., at Sullivan's Island, near 
Charleston, S. C, aged f i years, 

Mary, youngest daughter of George W., Esq., 
at Sullivan's Island, near Charlestown, S. 
C. American of 

William, Jr., of Boston, merchant at Geneva, 
Switzerland, aged 34 years, 

Hiram Bradford, formerly of Salem, Mass., 
at Dighton, aged 24 years, 

Margaret, aged 2.2 years, at Boston. Amer- 
ican of 

Sally Babcock, daughter of George D., Esq., 
at Westerly, aged about 2j4 years, 
GROSSMAN Keziah, wife of James, at Taun- 
ton. American of 

Rosanna, wife of Simeon, at Taunton, sud- 
denly. American of 

Nancy M., only daughter of Seth, Esq., for- 
merly of Taunton, at Andover, N. H., aged 
18 years. American of 

Uaniel, at Glocester, in 72d year, 

Col. Robert, at Taunton, in 90th year. Amer- 
ican of 

John H., son of late William, at Taunton, 

William, in England, aged 90 years; had 
kept his coffin by him for 50 years and 
use it as a cupboard. American of 

Caroline Matilda, daughter of Col. Edward, 
at Taunton, aged 17 months. American of 



June 9, 1815 

July 14, 1 81 5 

Aug. 6, 1816 
Aug. 13, 1816 

Aug. 8, 1 81 7 

July 27, 1 82 1 
Dec. 15, 1823 

Oct. 8, 1824 

Oct. 26, 1824 
June 15, 1825 
Oct. 17, 1829 
July 27, 1830 
Jan. 29, 1831 
June 23, 1809 
May II, 1821 



March 28, 1823 
June 15, 1823 

Dec. 23, 1823 
Aug. IS, 1824 



Oct. 19, 1824 
Sept. 2, X825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



91 



GROSSMAN Mrs. Lydia, widow of Col. Robert, 
at Taunton, aged 85 years, 

Catharine, wife of John, daughter of John 
Wilson, of Newport, at Hudson, N. Y., 
aged 21 years, 
CROUCH Sophia Jane, wife ot Abraham, Esq., 
at Charleston, S. C, in 22d year, 

Solomon, at Cambridge, N. Y., from a wound 
in the hand from a scythe. It is stated he 
married two sisters about the same time 
and lived a week alternate with each ; had 
by them 13 children each. The two fami- 
lies lived in harmony with each other, a 
short distance apart, and the 26 children 
were at the burial. American of 

Mrs. Mary, widow of Charles, daughter of the 
late David Wilkinson, Esq., of Providence, 
in 70th year, at Charleston, S. C. Amer- 
ican of 

Richard H., near Charleston, S. C, native of 
Connecticut, aged 29 years. Ameri.an of 

Mary, aged 66 years, 
CROUP Abraham, Esq., of Charleston, S. C, 
aged 59 years ; graduate of Brown, 1787 ; 
many years an officer in the Custom House 
at Charleston, at Providence, 
CROWELL Matthew, drowned off Woods Hole 
by upsetting of the boat. He belonged at 
Chatham, 

David, formerly of Barnstable, drowned him- 
self while delirious, 

Esther, wife of Thomas, Esq., at Philadelphia, 
in 70th year, 
CROWNINGSHIELD Capt. George, aged 51 
years, in Salem, Mass., on board the Cleo- 
patria's barge, suddenly, 

Richard, at Salem, committed suicide in 
prison while awaiting trial for murder. 
American of 
CRUFF Cynthia, wife; of Thomas, Jr., and daugh- 
ter of Joseph Manchester, Esq., at Coven- 
try, in 35th year, 
CRUGER Henry, at New York, aged 88 years ; 
was once Major of Bristol, Eng., and mem- 
ber of British Parliament. American of 
CRUMP Lydia, wife of William B., of Pawtucket, 
and daughter of Benjamin Bosworth, Esq., 
of and at Bristol, 

Otway, killed in a duel with Dr. Branch T. 
Archer, at Powhatan, Va. American of 



June 14, 1829 

Dec. 9, 1829 
Sept. 10, 1809 



Nov. 10, 1815 



Oct. 20, 1818 

March 22, 1825 
Oct. 9, 1832 



Nov. 3, 1826 

March 19, 1815 

Oct. 3, 1829 

Feb. 21, 1831 

Nov. 26, 1 817 

June 22, 1830 

Oct. 23, 1819 

May 4, 1827 

Sept. 4, 1822 
May 27, 1828 



92 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



CRUMWELL Julia Ann, daughter of Robert, 
(colored), aged 15 years, 

CRUTZER Rev. John, at Chester, Penn. Was 
in his pulpit and had given out his text 
" We must all appear before the judgment 
seat of Christ '' when he fell and instantly 
expired. American of 

CUDDIK Dr. , killed in a duel with the 

Brittlebanks. American of 

CUDWORTH Isabella, daughter of late Benja- 
min, at Marshfield, aged 4 years. The 
child was left in bed by its mother, it got 
out and fell into the fireplace ; was so 
badly burnt that it lived but a few days. 
American of 

CUFFEE Capt. Paul, (colored), at Westport, 
Mass , aged 58 years, 

CULPEPPER Mason, Esq., in Camden Co., N. 
C; had buried one wife and married 
another within 6 weeks, living a widower 
3 weeks only. American of 

CULVERSON Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of 
Capt. John, at Johnston, in 13th year, 

CUMMING Alexander, Esq., F. R. S., an emi- 
nent Prof, of Mechanical Science, in Eng- 
land. American of 
Rev. Hooper, at Charleston, S. C, 
Rev. Alexander, at Brooklyn, formerly of 
New York, suddenly, 

CUMMINGS Jacob A., at Boston, aged 47 years. 
American of 
George, of Massachusetts, aged 23 years, at 
ISJew York Hospital, of dysentery, between 
Dec. I, 1821 and Feb. 28, 1822. American 
of 

CUMMINS Jasper, late of Burlington, N. Y., at 
Attleboro, Mass., aged 15 years. While 
with 3 others employed in fitting a new 
part to a shed the building fell and killed 
him the rest escaped injury, 

CUMMINGS N. L., ist Lieut. U. S. Brig 
Spark, at Quarantine, New York. Ameri- 
can of 
Isaiah, son of Noble, aged 19 years, 
William, Esq., at Hebron, aged 89 years. 
Was born at Westford, Mass., Oct. 10, 
1741 ; was at the taking of Ticonderoga, 
and is supposed to be the last survivor of 
that action. American of 



-. March 24, 1829 

Dec. 17, 1824 
July 17, 1 82 1 



Dec. 17, 1830 
Sept. 14, 1817 

Feb. 24, 1826 
Nov. 18, 1818 

June 3, 1814 
Dec. 15, 1825 

Feb. 12, 1826 
March 3, 1820 

March 22, 1822 
April 28, 1824 



July 30, 1824 
Nov. 3, 1827 



Nov. 12, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 93 

CUNDALL Ruth, wife of Joseph, at Ports- 
mouth. American of Oct. 12, 1810 
Joseph, perished in the late storm ; body 

found below his mills near Newport, Jan. r, 1812 

John, at Portsmouth, aged 19 years, son of 

the late Joseph. American of Jan. 14, 1820 

Mercy, widow of Joseph, formerly of Ports- 
mouth, R. I., at Eaton, N. Y., aged 88 
years, Aug. — , 1823 

Abner, formerly of Portsmouth, at Pelham, 

Mass., aged 73 years. American of July 15, 1828 

CUNNELL Nicholas, at the Almshouse, Beverly, 
aged 76 years ; soldier of the Revolution. 
American of Nov. 19, 1830 

CUNNINGHAM Miss , murdered, in Mary- 
land. American of Oct. 4, 1825 
CURRAN Hon. John P.. on Irish orator, in Eng- 
land. American of Dec. 19, 1817 
CURRIE Sally, in this town, aged 53 years, Oct. ii, 1810 
Esther, in this town, in 20th year, July 6th, 1813 
Abby, daughter of the late James, in this 

town, in i8th year, Aug. 21, 1815 

Eliza, daughter of the late James, aged 15 

years, in this town, Dec. 13, 1815 

Robert, aged 78 years, Sept. 13, 1823 

CURRIER Mary Felton, daughter of Daniel, at 
Warner, N. H., aged 19 years. American 
of Aug. 3, 1830 

CURRIE Ellison, late member of Virginia Con- 
vention, in Virginia. American of Dec. 23, 1831 
CURIEN Capt. John H., at North Providence, 
in 9(st year, an officer of the Revolution 
under Rochambeau, Aug. 16, 1824 
CURRIER Rev. Joseph, at Corinth, Vt., aged 
87 years; graduate of Harvard 1765; in 
early life was a settled pastor. American 
of Sept. 25, 1829 
Matthew, at Newburyport, aged 78 years. 

American of Nov. 20, J.829 

CURTENIUS Maj. Gen. Peter, at New York. 

aged 55 years. American of April i, 1817 

CURTIS David, at Worcester, aged 50 years, 

leaves wife and six children, Feb. 12, 181 3 

William, private m Capt, William Battey's 
Co. of Infantry, killed at Fort George, U. 
C, June 6, 181 3 

Sir Roger, G. C. Order of the Bath. One of 
the oldest British Admirals, also Marchion- 
ess of Wellesley, in England. American 
of Jan. 10. 1817 



94 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CURTIS George Darling, son of Thaddeus.aged 

9 months, 20 days, Aug. 2, 1820 

Thomas Dennis, son of Daniel B., aged 2 

years, 3 months, Jan. 4, 1822 

Ansel Harris, son of John, in 6th year, April 25, 1822 

Henry, aged 49 years, June 29, 1822 

Abby Ann, infant daughter of Moses, in 

this town, Sept. 24, 1822 

John B., at Worcester, aged 35 years, July 20, 1823 

William, at Thompson, Ct, aged 25 years, 

American of Jan. 9, 1824 

Henry Martin, infant son of Moses, aged i 

year, 3 months, Dec. 25, 1824 

Dr. , in Maine, suicide, he had visited his 

pjtients as usual that morning. American of May 13, 1825 
Lieut. John, at Stratford, Ct., aged 80 years; 

an hour after his wife Mary died ; were , ■ 

buried in one grave. American of Oct. 4, 1825 

Lorenzo Dexter, infant son of Rufus. formerly 

of Abington, Mass., aged i year, June 6, 1826 

Mary Elizabeth, wife of George, Esq., and 

eldest daughter of Hon. James Burrell, in 

27th year, suddenly, July 23, 1826 

John, at Worcester, aged 43" years, Aug. 4, 1826 

Cordelia Ann, daughter of Rufus, aged 3 

years, Sept. 16, 1826 

Vienna, wife of Thaddeus, daughter of late 

Ziba Darling, in 27th year, suddenly, Sept. 25, 1826 

Peter, at Havana, seaman of brig Samos, of 

New York, aged 24 years. American of Sept. 18, 1829 

Eliza Darling, daughter of Thtiddeus, Nov. 9, 1832 

CUSHMAN Matthew S., in this town, in 34th 

year, April 18, 18 ri 

Ednah Jewett, wife of Henry,in 43d year, April 24, 1815 

Ruth, wife of Capt. Obed, at Dartmouth, 

aged 62 years, Feb. 12, 1821 

John S., in [2th year, and George, in nth 

year, sons cf Samuel ; drowned while re- 
turning from Isle of Shoals to Portsmouth, 

I^- H., June 22, 1825 

Martha, daughter of Asa, in 3d year, Dec 6, 1832 

GUSHING Hon. William, at Scituate, Mass., 

aged ^^ years; associate justice U. S. 

Supreme Court, Sept. 13, 1810 

Benjamin, Esq., at Hingham, aged 87 years. 

American of Aug. 14. 18 12 

Mrs. Margaret Norwood, wife of Gen. 

Thomas H., late U. S. Army, and collector 

of port of New London, at New London, 

in 48th year, March 12, 18 17 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



95 



GUSHING Josiah, at Seekonk, in 8ist year. 

American of 
William Jarvis, infant son of Daniel C, 
Capt. Chauncey, at Seekonk, aged 28 years, 
Gen. Theophilus, at Hingham, in 80th year. 

American of 
Betsey, wife of Chandler C, and second 

daughter of Valentine Martin, Esq., at 

Seekonk, in 24th year, 
Daniel, at North Providence, in 33d year. 

American of 
Gen. Thomas H., at New London, Ct., aged 

67 years, collector of the port, an ofificer of 

the Revolution and the late war, 
Rev. John, at Ashburnham, Mass., in 79th 

year, and 55th of his ministry. American 

of 
Sarah, wife of Matthew, at North Providence, 

in S8th year ; in crossing the bridge at 

Littletown coming home from a visit to a 

neighbor, she is supposed to have fallen off 

and drowned, 
Charles C, at Seekonk, in 3d year, suddenly, 
Thomas C., aged 60 years, for nearly 37 

years editor and proprietor of Salem Ga- 
zette, at Salem, Mass. American of 
Abigail, aged 76 years, sister of late Hon. 

William, at Scituate, Mass. American of 
Matthew, at North Providence, 
Jacob, at Seekonk, in 78th year, 
Elizabeth, wife of Dea. William, at Hingham, 

aged 71 years. American of 
Josiah, son of late Jacob, at Pawtucket, in 

34th year, 
Josiah, son of late Job, of Seekonk, at Paw- 
tucket, in 36th year, 
Lydia, widow of Nathaniel, in 6ist year, 
Mary Anna, daughter of Henry, aged 17 

months, 
Samuel, at Woodstock, Ct., formerly of 

North Providence, in 42d year, 
Daniel Cooke, aged 48 years, leaves wife and 

9 children, 
L , drowned in Fresh Pond, Cambridge. 

American of 
CUTBUSH Dr. James, professor of chemistry 

in the military academy at West Point. 

American of 
CUTLER James, at Boston, in 4Sth year, one of 

the proprietors of Boston Gazette, 



June 24, 1817 
Aug, 19, 1818 
Nov. 22, 1819 

March 24, 1820 



June 9, 1820 
Feb. I, 1822 

Oct. 19, 1822 

May 16, 1823 



March 23, 1824 
July 19, 1824 



Oct. 5, 1824 

Oct. 22, 1824 

Jan. 5, 1825 

Aug. 13, 1825 

Sept. 2, 1825 

Sept. 26, 1825 

Sept. 27, 1825 
Oct. 2, 1826 

Sept. 16, 1827 

May 5, 1830 

Sept. 13, (830 

Sept. 14, 1832 

Dec. 26, 1823 
April 29, 1818 



96 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

CUTLER Gen. John, at West Haven, Vt., aged 

70 years. American of Oct. 9, 1821 

Rev. Manassah, at Hamilton, Mass., aged 81 

years, and 50 years minister at this place, 

several terms a member of Congress. 

American of Aug 5, 1823 

Samuel, aged near 70, drowned in the wreck 

of the ship Rob Roy, near Boone Island. 

American of July 2, 1832 

CUTTER William, of Newnort, at Boston, aged 

32 years, Oct. 29, 1822 

Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, in 82d year, Feb. 21, 1827 

Ammi, at Charlestown, Mass., aged 78 years ; 

was at Lexington and Bunker Hill. Amer- 
ican of July 2, 1830 
CUTTING Jonathan, drowned at Attleboro, Nov. 19, 1813 
Uriah, Esq., at Boston, aged 53 years, May 9, 1819 
Seymour, aged 18 years, drowned at Stock- 
bridge, Mass., Sept. 14, 1828 
Thomas Upham, at Princeton, Mass., aged 27 

years. March 7, 183 1 

CUTTS Edward, Esq., president of U.S. Branch 

Bank, at Portsmouth, N. H. American of Sept 28, 1824 
Lieut. Augustus, U. S. Navy, at Kittery, 

Me., aged 36 years. American of June 30, 1829 



D 



DABNEY John, Esq., formerly postmaster at 

Salem, Mass. American of Oct. 15, iSig 

John, Jisq., U. S. Consul for the Azores, na- 
tive of Boston, at Fayal, Sept. 2, 1826 
William Augustus, aged 50 years, July 12, 1830 

DABOLL Nathan, Esq., at Groton, Ct , aged 68 
years, a noted mathematician and writer. 
American of March 17, 1818 

DADE Townsend S., killed in a duel by Richard 

Stuart, at King George Co., Va., June 26, 1820 

Alexander L., at Gosport Navy Yard, a mid- 
shipman ; he fell from the North Carolina 
74 in the night and was drowned. Ameri- 
can ot Sept. 24, 1830 

DAGGETT Henry, of Martha's Vineyard, on 
board slpop Sally, on passage from Nevis. 
American of July 10, 1810 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



97 



DAGGETT Elizabeth, daughter of Gilbert, aged 
1 year, 4 months, 
John, at Seekonk, in 54th year, 
Charlotte, daughter of Capt. Elijah, at Attle- 
boro, in 20th year, 

Esther, wife of Capt. Elijah, at Attleboro, in 
S6th year, 

William, at Rehoboth, in 90th year. Ameri- 
can of 

Capt. Timothy, at Rehoboth, in 90th year, 

Capt. Gilbert, of brig Commerce, of this port, 
at New Orleans, in 30th year, 

Daniel, of Providence, at sea, on board brig 
Fame, on passage from Havana, 

Mary Ann, daughter of Samuel, at Holmes 
Hole, drowned, 

Gardiner, Esq , attorney at law, in 39th year, 

Capt. Preston, of Providence, son of Robert, 
of Seekonk, at sea, in 37th year, on passage 
from New Orleans to New York, 

P , of Providence, at sea, on board ship 

Bellona, on passage from New Orleans to 
New York, 

Mrs. Hannah, widow of Dexter, and daughter 
of Abel Richards, of Dedham, Mass., 

Capt. Robert, late master of brig Globe, of 
Providence, at Savannah, 

Timothy,' son of Dea James, of Rehoboth, at 
St. Louis, Mo., in 30th year. American of 

Russell, formerly of Providence, at New 
York, in 5 2d year, 

Russell, of Rhode Island, at New York hos- 
pital, 

William, only son of Capt. Nathan, of Provi- 
dence, at Havana, in 15th year, on board 
Sch. Lina, of this port. American of 

Mrs. Margaret, at Attleboro, in 59th year, 

James, son of late Col. Preston, in 17th year, 

Melatiah, aged 70 years, 

Hon. Ebenezer, at Boston, was senator from 
Bristol Co., Mass. American of 

Abner, aged JJ years, 
DAILEY Mrs. Phebe, widow of the late Capt. 
E>aniel, in this town, in 5 8th year, 

William, marine, of Providence, on board U. 
S. Ship Congress, at sea, 

James, Esq., of Romney, Va., attorney at 
law, aged 21 years. American of 
DAILY Martha, wife of John, daughter of Will- 
iam >A^ickes, at Warwick, aged 19 years. 
American of 



March 22, 18 14 
June 4, 1814 

June 25, 1816 

Aug. 4, 1818 

Feb. 2, 1819 
Oct. 18, 1819 

Nov. 10, 1819 

May 3, 1820 

Jan. 29, 1 82 1 
March 27, 1821 

Aug. 4, 1 82 1 

Aug. 4, 1 82 1 
Sept. 20, 182 1 

Nov. 2, 1 82 1 
Oct. 22, 1822 
Dec. 16, 1823 
Dec. 16, 1823 

Dec. 28, 1824 

March 5, 1828 

Sept. 12, 1828 

April 9, 1829 

March 9, 1832 
Aug. 25, 1832 

Nov. 13, 1813 

Dec. 28, 1820 

Oct. 4, 1825 

Feb. 6, 1829 



98 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DALBERG Count Charles, Archbishop, Grand 
Duke and Prince Sovereign of Ratisbon, 
Frankfort, &c., at Ratisbon, aged 73 years ; 
he was Prince Primate of the Confedera- 
tion of the Rhine under Napoleon, which 
office was abolished by the Treaty of 
Paris 1813 ; he was a man of science and 
of letters, 
DALE , a midshipman, son of the Commo- 
dore, at Bermuda ; was wounded in action 
with the British squadron. American of 

Col. John C, in Alabama. American of 

Com. Richard, at Philadelphia, aged 70 years. 
American of 

Mrs. , wife of Charles Augustus Dale, 

Esq., formerly Mrs. Robert Fulton, at Te- 
viotdale, Columbia Co., N. Y., 
DALLIS Michael, in this town, aged 58 years, 

Alexander James, at Philadelphia ; had been 
to Trenton to try an important case, came 
home very much fatigued, 

Robert Charles, Esq., formerly of Jamaica, 
was a brother of Hon. Alexander J., Secre- 
tary of U. S. Treasury, in France. Amer- 
ican of 

Sir Robert, late Lords Chief Justice of the 
English Court of Common Pleas. Ameri- 
can of 
DALOUSEY Col. Daniel, at Baltimore, a sol- 
dier of the Revolution. American of 
DALTON John, alias Heathcote, executed for 
piracy, at Boston, 

Hon. Tristam, of Newburyport, merchant, at 
Boston. American of 

Elizabeth, wife of James, Esq., at Boston, 
aged 32 years. American of 
DALZELL Francis, Esq., formerly Postmaster 
at Knoxville, Tenn., aged 47 years. 
American of 
DAME Levi, at Boston, aged 44 years. Ameri- 
can of 
DAMODE Alfred, was drowned by upsetting of 

a boat, at Newburyport, 
DANA Capt. William, at Belpre, O., aged 65 
years, native of Cambridge, Mass. Amer- 
ican of 

Francis, late Chief Justice of Massachusetts, 
at Cambridge, aged 68 years, 

Anna, daughter of the late Hon. Samuel, of 
Amherst, N. H., in 40th year, at Boston. 
American of 



Feb. 10, 1817 



March 31, 1815 
Oct. 31, 1823 

March 7, 1826 



March 25, 1826 
June 7, 1812 



Jan. 16, 1817 

Jan. 21, 1825 

March 11, 1825 

Nov. 27, 1 818 

Dec. 10, 1 812 

June 20, 1 817 

Jan. 26, 1830 

Feb. 6, 1824 

Jan. 12, 1830 

Sept. 13, 1 821 

Nov. 24, 1809 
April 25, 1811 

Dec. 27, 1 81 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



99 



DANA Ruth Charlotte, wife of Richard H., 
Esq., at Cambridge, aged 34 years, 

Nathaniel, in 83d year, 

Rev. Edmund, at Wraxeter, Eng., aged 84 
years, brother of Chief, Justice Dana, of 
Massachusetts. American of 

John Clarke, son of John W., 

Samuel P., son of Nathaniel, formerly of 
Providence, at Barnwell Court House, S. 
C, in 26th year, 

Mrs. Marcy, at Somerset, Mass., widow, in 
75th year, 

Dr. James F., Professor of Chemistry, Uni- 
versity of New York of physicians and 
surgeons, at New York, 

Rev. Joseph, D. D., senior pastor of South 
Parish, Ipswich, aged 87 years, and 63 of 
his ministry. American of 

Mary Ann, wife of George, aged 3 1 years, 

Hon. Samuel W., for years mayor of Middle- 
town, and senator in Congress from Con- 
necticut, at Middletown. American of 

Nathaniel, of Providence, at Plainfield, Ct., 
aged 52 years, 

Esther, wife of Peyton, in 6oth year, 
DANES Mrs. Alice, at Brooklyn, Ct., aged 43 

years. American of 
DANFORD George, son of Walter R., Esq., 

aged I year, 5 months, 
DANFORTH Sarah, wife of Job, in this town, 
in sgth year, 

Carohne, daughter of William, at Pawtucket, 
in gth year. 

Dr. Thomas, at Dorchester, Mass., aged 42 
years, 

Mrs. Nancy, at Dayton, Ohio, aged 24 years. 

Gen. Asa, at Onondaga, N. Y , aged 72 
years ; soldier of the Revolution. Ameri- 
can of 

Sarah, wife of Ozias, aged about 45 years, 

Nathaniel Seaver, infant son of Allen, at 
Taunton, 

Hannah, wife of Asa, at Norton, Mass., aged 
38 years, 

Sarah B., second daughter of Ozias, aged 15 
years, 

Benjamin W., son of Capt. Jonathan, at Fair- 
haven, aged 23 years. American of 

Walter R., son of Walter R., in 3d year, 



Feb. 10, 1822 
Dec. 16, 1822 



Sept 26, 1823 
Jan. 3, 1824 



Nov. 9, 1825 
April 3, 1826 

April 15, 1827 



Nov. 20, 1827 
Oct. 17, 1828 



July 27, 1830 

Oct. 9, 1830 
Oct. 29, 1830 

March 30, 1824 

Nov. 12, 1 82 1 

March 5, 1811 

Dec. 16, 1815 

July II, 1817 
Sept. i8, 1818 

Oct. 9, 1818 
May 4, 1820 

Oct. 8, 1822 

June 4, 1823 

Oct. 6, 1825 

Aug. 15, 1826 
Oct. 6, 1826 



100 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DANFORTH Oliver, at Taunton, in 86th year ; 

he is survived by two brothers aged 84 and 

90 years, respectively, Nov. 27, 1828 

Patience, wife of G. W., and daughter of late 

Rufus and Betsey Frink, of Warren, at 

West Troy, N. Y., aged 34 years, June 2, 1830 

William, son of Job, of Providence, at Paw- 
tucket, aged 53 years, Jan. 28, 1831 
Desire, widow of William, at Pawtucket, in 

50th year, Sept. 7, 1831 

Maria Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Walter 

R., Esq., in 12th year, Oct. 31, 1832 

DANIEL Mrs. Ellen, at Boston, aged 32 years. 

American of Jan. 26, 1830 

DANIELS Chloe, daughter of Peter, in 20th year, July 5, 1831 
DANIELSON Samuel, Esq., at Killingly, Ct., 

at a very advanced age. American of June 28, 1817 

Gen. James, at Killingly, Ct., aged 66 years. 

American of Oct. 30, 1827 

DARBY Jacob, at Attleboro, aged 23 years. 

American of Oct, 4, 1822 

Patrick Henry, attorney at law, formerly of 

Nashville, Tenn., and Frankfort, Ky., at 

Brandenburg, Ky., Dec. 18, 1829 

DARLING Esther, widow of deacon Samuel, 

of Bellingham, at Cumberland, in Both 

year, Feb. 18, 18 16 

Peter, at Cumberland, in 93d year. May 16, 1818 

Phineas, of Burrillville, at Providence, by a 

blow from a shaft of a wagon which was 

passing him. American of Oct. 9, 1818 

Sally, wife of Welcome; and daughter of 

Andrew Goodell, of Amherst, Mass., at 

Cumberland, in 36th year, July 30, 1823 

William, at Sutton, Mass', in 89th year, July 

— , 1819, Rachel, his widow, in her 89th 

year ; their posterity supposed to be living 

at this time, 13 children, 120 grand, 72 

great-grand children ; total 205, and some 

in the fifth generation. American of Jan. 21, 1825 

Ziba, in sgth year, Oct. 28, 1825 

John Qumcy, infant son of John A., aged 14 

months, April 28, 1826 

Aaron, at Readmg, aged ^(^ years ; Revolu- 
tionary pensioner, by a fall from his wagon. 

American of Aue 6 18^0 

DARMAN Major James, U. S. Army, in Ala- ' 

bama Ter., a native of Virginia. American 

°^ June 15, 1819 



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101 



DARNOHOE Annie, in the Quebec prison of 
debility. Dr. Oliver Goldsmith was her 
great uncle ; she was the daughter of the 
"Village Pastor'' his brother. American 
of 

DARRAH Dr. David, at Amherst, N. H. Amer- 
ican of 

DARRACH Rev. Samuel Fisher, of Philadel- 
phia, in Germany in 26th year. American 
of 

DARSEY John .Syng, M. D., Prof, of Anatomy, 
in Penn. University. He had been re- 
cently elected to the chair and had just 
closed his introductory address when he 
felt the chill of death upon him, at Phila- 
delphia. American of 
Judge Walter, of Maryland, at Philadelphia, 

suddenly. American of 
John (colored), cook on board brig Levant, 
jumped overboard in fit of insanity, a 
native of Philadelphia. American of 

DART John S., of Charleston, S. C, a graduate 
of Harvard University 1820, at Litchfield, 
Ct. American of 
Daniel, native of New London, at the hos- 
pital, 

DASSANCE Harriet, eldest daughter of Dom- 
inie, at Foxboro, aged 20 years, 

DASHWELD Lieut. , master of U. S. 

schooner Augusta, stationed on the Afri- 
can coast near Sierra Leone, military 
honors. American of 

DASH WOOD , printer, native of England, 

and late of New York, at New Orleans, of 
the fever, aged about 30 years, 

DAUBERINE Mons., former vicar general of 
Lyons, at Paris, a voluminous writer. 
American of 

DAUGHERTY Nancy, native of Auburn, N. Y., 
killed by an explosion on steamboat Etna, 
Thomas, Esq., of Washington, D. C., at Lex- 
ington, Ky., clerk of U. S. House of Rep- 
resentatives for 8 years. American of 

DAVENPORT Frances, wife of Samuel, in this 
town, in 71st year, 
Gideon, at Newport, in 73d year, 
George Kennedy, son of Dr. Addington, at 

Pawtucket, aged 16 months. 
Dr. Addington, at Pawtucket, aged 28 years, 
Samuel, in this town, in 77th year, 



Nov. 14, 1823 
Feb. 17, 1818 

March 11, 1825 



Nov. 20, 1 81 8 
Aug. 5, 1823 

Aug. 19, 1825 

May 16, 1823 

Sept. 26, 1830 

March 13, 1831 

Nov. 20, 1823 

Oct. 12, 1830 

Dec. 15, 1815 
May 15, 1824 

Aug. 27, 1822 

Nov. 22, 1809 
Sept. 6, 1 8 10 

Sept. 15, 1813 

Sept. 21, 1813 

March 28, 1816 



102 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DAVENPORT Mrs. Susannah, at Newport, in 
8oth year. Ajijierican of 

William, of Society of Friends, native of 
Pennsylvania, at Mendon, Mass., in 67th 
year, 

John G., son of Seth, at Mendon, aged 20 
years, 

Samuel, native of R. I., at Savannah, Ga., in 
32d year, 

Deborah, wife of Charles E., and daughter of 
Jesse Dunham, at Newport, aged 21 years, 

Joseph, in 55th year, 

John, at Seekonk, in 55th year, formerly of 
Newport, 

Edward Andrews, son of Matthew, at Boyls- 
ton, Mass., aged (O years, 

Capt. Charles, at Newport, in 71st year, sol- 
dier of the Revolution, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 

Adam, at Dorchester, Mass., aged 80 years, 

George Bradford, infant son of Philip, aged 
13 months, 

Sophia, daughter of Benjamin, at Mendon, 
aged 15 years. American of 

William B., son of Thomas, in 26th year. 
American of 

Henry Clay, infant son of Gideon, 

Hon. John, aged 79 years, at Stamford, Ct., 
many years a member of Congress. Amer- 
ican of 

Olive, infant daughter of William C, aged 
15 months, 
DAVID The Flemish printer, at Brussels. 

American of 
DAVIDGE John Beale, A. M., M. D., professor 
of Anatomy, in Maryland University, at 
Baltimore, in 6 1st year, 
DAVIDSON Cadet Pmckney, of Annapolis, Md., 
at West Point, aged 16 years, 

Lieut. John F., 4th Regt. U. S. Infantry, at 
St. Augustine. American of 

Eleonora, daughter of James, at Providence, 
aged 2 years, 1 1 months, 

John, son of James, aged 5 years, 3 months, 

James, at Providence, 

Sarah Ann, infant daughter of late James, 

Amey, widow of James, in 26th year, 

James, Esq., at Charleston, S. C. Ameri- 
can of 



Feb. 3, 1818 

July 10, 1818 

May 12, 1820 

Aug. 4, 1820 

Jan. 12, 1821 
Jan. 4, 1822 

Jan. 18, 1822 

June 3, 1822 

Feb. 6, 1824 
Aug. 13, 1825 

Oct. 7, 1826 

Sept. 25, 1829 

Dec. 4, 1829 
Aug. 25, 1830 

Dec. 28, 1830 

Sept. 29, 1832 

Feb. 17, 1826 



Aug. 23, 

Jan. 17, 

Dec. 21, 

Jan. 21, 

Oct. 12, 

March 5, 

March 24, 

April 23, 



1829 

1821 

1821 

1822 
1822 
1823 
1823 
1823 



June 27, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



103 



DAVIDSON Cambridge, of South Carolina, at 
Troy, N. Y., from eating water hemlock, 
supposing it spinknard. American of 

John, Esq., British Consul for Louisiana, at 
New Orleans. American of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, at Newport, aged 87 years, 
DAVIS Miss Catharine, at Boston. American of 

John, son of Capt. John, of Warren, at Reho- 
both. American of 

Israel, Jr., in 23d year, at sea, from on board 
brig Hiram, Capt. Ruggles, 

Kezia, wife of Capt. Simeon, at Bristol, aged 
46 years. American of 

Israel, in this town. Masonic honors, 
DAVIES Joseph H., Grand Master of Masons, 
of Kentucky, on the Wabash, of his 
wounds. Masonic honors. American of 
DAVIS Mrs. Mary, m the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., theatre, 

Charles, at Bridgewater, N. H., from drink- 
ing oil of vitriol, by mistake. American of 

, at Canandaigua, N. Y., a private 

in U. S. Army, and a suicide. American 
of 

Capt. Joseph, at Montville, Ct., aged 91 
years. American of 

Pollard, midshipman on the U. S. Frigate 
Constellation, killed in a duel with Richard 
C. Gregory, surgeon's mate of do., in Cam- 
den Co., N. C, 
DAVIES John, in Scotland, aged 103 years; he 
walked to Aberysturth, six miles, to be 
shaved every Saturday until a few days of 
his death. American of 
DAVIS Betsey, wife of Capt. Robert, in this 
town, aged 55 years, 

Moses, at South Kingstown, in 86th year, of 
Society of Friends. American of 

William, Esq., sheriff of the county, at Middle- 
town, in 83d year. American of 

Farcy, widow of Capt. Samuel, in this town, 
in 41st year, 

Richard, formerly of Dighton, late of North 
Providence, at Port au Prince, W, I., in 
2 1 St year, 

Mrs. Abby, wife of Robert, Esq., and daugh- 
ter of William DeWolf, Esq., at Bristol, in 
19th year, 

Nicholas, at Dartmouth, Mass.; his wife pre- 
sented him with three children at a birth. 



March 29, 1825 

Sept. 6, 1825 
Feb. 17, 183 
March 5, 181 

June 14, i8i 

July 24, i8i 

Oct. 18, 181 

Nov. 30, 181 

Dec. 13, 181 

Dec. 26, 181 

March 4, 18 14 

July 5, 1814 
July 15, 1 8 14 

Nov. 12, 1814 

May 23, 181 5 
June 5, 1815 
Jan. 26, 1 8 16 
April 5, 1816 
July 20, 1816 

Feb. 5, 1817 

April 12, 18 17 



104 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DAVIS: 

they are doing well ; she had two children 
1 1 months previously who died soon after 

birth. American of 
Capt. Robert, at Providence, aged 67 years, 

a soldier of the Revolution, 
Rebecca, daughter of Ichabod, in 6th year. 

American of 
Mary, wife of Abiel, at Tiverton, aged 23 

years. American of 
Mary Ann, wife of Joshua, at Providence, 

aged 21 years, 
Nancy, wife of James, and daughter of Aaron 

Peck, of Providence, at Watertown, Mass., 

aged 44 years, 
Lucina, at Scituate, in nth vear, daughter 

of Caleb N., 
John G., of Providence, aged 27 years, lost 

at sea, from schooner Essex, on passage 

to Coast of Africa. American of 
George B , son of the late Capt. Robert, aged 

28 years, 
Mrs. Mary, at Newport, in 64th year. Amer- 
ican of 
Seth, in 63d year, 
Rebecca Wilkinson, wife of Simon, Jr., Esq., 

and youngest daughter of the late Gen. 

Daniel Larned, at Thompson, Ct., in 28th 

year, 
Gen. William R., formerly governor of North 

Carolina, one of the commissioners sent to 

France by President Adams, in South 

Carolina. American of 
Samuel, in 25th year, 
Capt. Charles, formerly of Newport, at Point 

Noah, Guadaloupe, W. I., aged 43 years, 
Ebenezer, aged 12 years, killed by Gorham 

Parsons, Jr., another lad, at Salem, 
Joshua, of Newport, fell into the water while 

in a fit and drowned, 
Joshua, of NewDort, at Bristol, aged Qj years, 
Robert, merchant, of Bristol, formerly of 

Hartford, at Matanzas, aged 33 years, 
Charles, Esq., attorney at law. member of 

Massachusetts legislature, at Boston, aged 

44 years. American of 
Samuel M., Esq., aged 31 years, clerk of 

court of Common Pleas, Kent Co., at East 

Greenwich, 



June 3, 1817 

Nov. 6, 1817 

Dec. 2, 1817 

Feb. 17, 1 81 8 

July II, 1818 

April 23, 1819 
May 7, 1 819 

July 6, 1 819 

Aug. 30, 1 819 

Oct. 12, 1819 
Dec. 12, 1819 

May 4; 1820 

Dec. 5, 1820 
June 14, 1821 

Feb. 20, 1 82 1 

May 16, 1821 

June 13, 1821 
June 13, 1821 

June 20, 1821 

Dec. 4, 1 82 1 

Aug, 22, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



105 



DAVIS Betsey, wife of Paul, and daughter of late 
Greenfield Chace, of Freetown, Mass., at 
Providence, aged 45 years. 

Rev. Samuel, of the Methodist church, 
Washington. American of 

Lieut. Elijah. U. S. Army, at Baton Rouge, 
La., 

Capt. William H., of Boston, at Woahoo. S 
I., was agent there for George DeWolf and 
John Smith, of Bristol ; his funeral was 
attended with great military honors and 
a large concourse of people including the 
king and queen and the principal chiefs of 
the Islands, 

Robert, of Richmond, Va., captain's clerk on 
board brig Spark, at Vera Cruz. Ameri- 
can of 

Julia Ann, daughter of Daniel, Esq., solicitor 
general, at Boston, aged 20 years, 

, widow of Capt. Seth, in 87th year, 

Simeon, of Newport, aged 32 years, on board 
U. S. ship Cyune, at sea, 

William, formerly of Newport, at Rehoboth, 
aged 66 years. American of 

Elizabeth, wife of James G., at Belle Air, Md. 
American of 

Geooge, of Newport, at Matanzas, aged 22 
years. American of 

Nancy, wife of John, at Rehoboth, aged 32 
years, 

Paul, son of late Peter, of Freetown, at Provi- 
dence, aged 52 years. 

Rev. Robert M., pastor of First Independent 
Presbyterian Church at Yorkville, S. C. 
American of 

Gen. Amasa, at Boston, at an advanced age, 
formerly Quartermaster General of Massa- 
chusetts. Amercan of 

James, at New Bedford, in 8ist year, of Soci- 
ety of Friends American of 

Selina, daughter of James, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at Watertown, Mass., aged 24 years. 
American of 

George W., at Dighton, aged 38 years, 

Job A., at Warren, suddenly, aged 28 years. 
American of 

Joseph, at Rehoboth, aged 76 years, 

Henry, a Welsh boy, perished in the wreck 
of the Frances Mary, at sea, between Feb. 
23 and 



Sept. 10, 1822 
Sept. 27, 1822 
Nov. 18, 1822 



Nov. 26, 1822 

Jan. 31, 1823 

Feb. 4, 1823 
April 7, 1823 

April 11, 1823 

May 13, 1823 

May 16, 1823 

July 22, 1823 

Nov. 14, 1823 

Aug. 23, 1824 

Sept. 24, 1824 

Feb. 8, 1825 
March 11, 1825 



May 6, 1825 
May 10, 1825 

July 26, 1825 
Oct. 25, 1825 



March 5, 1826 



106 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DAVIS Eunice, wife of John, of New York, 
daughter of late Stephen Shaw, of Provi- 
dence, at New York, in 23d j^ear, 

Mrs. Hannah, at Cumberland, in QSth year. 
She retained her faculties to a remarkable 
degree, 

Fanny, daughter of late Paul, of Freetown, 
at Providence, in 26th year, 

William Henry, at Centreville, Warwick, in 
64th year, 

, wife of Andrew. A Scotchman killed 

her and then himself, near Slatersville, R. 
I., Sept. 29, and he died 

, of Paris, Ky., murdered by slaves. 



American of 

Mehitable, wife of Ezra D., Esq., at North 
Kingstown, in 43d year, 

Henry Slurges, son of Sturges, 

Lydia Ann, daughter of Joseph S., aged 2 
years, 6 months, 

Sarah (colored) aged 50 years, 

Alden, at Taunton, aged 18 years, 

John, in 76th year ; 50 years a member of 
First Baptist Church (Masonic honors), 

Amos, at Glocester, aged 96 years ; soldier 
of the Revolution, American of 

John, at Fitchburg, killed in a paper mill, 

John, son of Timothy, aged 34 years. He 
received a slight wound the week before in 
stepping on a nail at Rochester, Mass,, 

Mrs. Hope, at Dartmouth. American of 

Samuel Frederick, son of late Capt. Samuel 
and Lucy Ann, at Seekonk, aged 4 years, 

Sarah, daughter of George W., at Westport, 
aged 18 years. American of 

Timothy Walker, son of late Capt. Samuel 
and Lucy Ann, at Seekonk, aged 8 years, 
8 months, 

Sophia, wife of Isaac, at Boston, aged 34 
years. American of 

Samuel, innkeeper at LeRoy, N. Y., mur- 
dered by James arid Elisha Gray. Amer- 
ican of 

Solomon, at Princeton, aged 72 years. Revo- 
lutionary pensioner. American of 

Eliphalet W., master of schooner Galen, at 
Pownall, Me., drowned at sea. American of 

Hon, Wendall, at Sandwich, aged 55 years, 
formerly senator and sheriff of Barnstable 
Co. American of 



April 6, 1826 

May II, 1826 
May 14, 1826 
Aug. 2, 1826 

Oct. I, 1826 

Oct. 13, 1826 

Jan. 6, 1827 
April 8, 1827 

Jan. 13, 1828 
Feb. 28, 1828 
Sept. 29, 1828 

Feb. 25, 1829 

May 15, 1829 
June 30, 1829 

Aug. 31, 1829 
Sept. 18, 1829 

Oct. 13, 1829 

Oct. 30, 1829 

Nov. 22, 1829 
March 23, 1830 

April 27, 1830 
Aug. 13, 1830 
Oct. 26, 1830 

Jan. 7, 183 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



107 



DAVIS Hon. Samuel, at Bath, Me., aged 57 

years ; had been member of Congress and 

Lincoln Legislature ; was first president of 

of the Bank and has been cashier, April 17, 1831 

Abraham, killed by Don Yorke while drunk, 

at Cherry Valley, Penn. American of July 15, 1831 

Thomas, native of Ireland, aged about 70 

years, Sept. S, 1831 

William, only child of Capt. William, aged 2 

years, 4 months, Sept. 27, 1831 

Simeon, Esq., at Bristol, aged 83 years. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 13, 1832 
James C, in 29th year, Feb. 8, 1832 
George, at Albany, from the cholera. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 3, 1832 
Nancy Clarke Watson, daughter of Alfred, at 

Albion Village, Dec. 2, 1832 

John Brazer, attorney at law, for a number of 

years editor of the Boston Patriot and 

Chronicle, in 34th year, Dec. 17, 1832 

DAVISON Maria S., only child of John S., aged 

3 years, Dec. 8, 1832 

Maria S., only child of John S., aged 3 years, Dec. 14, 1832 
DAVOLL Mary, wife of Stephen, at Warren, in 

40th year, July 3, 1823 

DAVONST Louis Nicholas, Prince of Eckmuhl, 

Duke of Auerstadt and Marshal of France, 

in Paris, aged 53 years. His funeral was 

a magnificent one, June 2, 1823 

DAVY Old, in Maryland, an African negro, sup 

posed to be upwards of 120 years. His 

faculties remained good to the end. Amer- 
ican of March 2, 18 19 
DAWES Col. Thomas, Sr., at Boston, aged 78 

years, Jan. 2, 1809 

Hon. Thomas, Judge of Probate tor County 

of Suffolk, at Boston. American of July 26, 1825 

DAWLESS William A., son of the late Michael, 

at Providence, in 22d year, June 8, 1818 

DAWLEY Lydia, wife of William, in 31st year. 

American of Aug. 13, i8rg 

Joseph S., native of Rhode Island, recently 

merchant at Savannah, at Montgomery, 

Ga., aged 28 years, Oct. 11, 1820 

Michael, native of Ireland, at Providence. 

American of Jan. 8, 1822 

Louisa, wife of Peleg, daughter of late Capt. 

John Glazier, in 37th year, Dec. 28, 1823 

John, at Richmond, R. I.; set a brush fire 

which got beyond his control and he be- 
came suffocated and perished, April, 1825 



108 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DAWLEY Peleg, formerly of Providence, at 
North Kingstown, aged 37 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Daniel, aged 84 years, 
DAWSETT Charles, fell from yard of schooner 

John and was drowned, 
DAWSON John, M. C. from Virginia, at Wash- 
ington, aged about 52 years, 

Capt. Thomas, aged 88 years, the Commodore 
of the Greenland seas, having made 42 
voyages to that country, in Dunher, Eng- 
land. American of 

General , executed at Bertie, N. C, for 

murder of his son, a youth of 8 years, 

Joshua, Esq., aged 62 years, clerk in registry 
office. American of 

Miss Matilda, daughter of William, aged 18 
years, lost in the shipwreck of ship Sea 
Fox off Sandy Hook, 

John, cashier of state bank at Charleston, S. 
C. American of 

John, at Taunton, killed in print cloth mill, 
DAY Asael, eldest son of Capt. Elijah, of John- 
ston, at Plainfield, in 23d year. 

Miss Sarah, at Newport, aged 84 years. 
American of 

Ann Noble, an orphan, aged 15 years, at 
West Springfield, Mass.; hung herself by 
her garter and shawl to a tree. American 
of 

Eliphas, at Attleboro, in 77th year, soldier of 
the Revolution. American of 

Hon. Samuel, Esq., at Wrentham, aged 69 
years, member of House of Representa- 
tives of Massachusetts, 

Philena, wife of Ebenezer S., aged 41 years, 

Mrs. , wife of Col. , at Deerfield, 

Portage Co., O., aged 69 years, from a sting 
of a yellow wasp ; lived 15 minutes, 

Lucretia, of Providence, drowned off Corn- 
field Point, L. I. Sound, from sloop Mary 
in collision with sloop Gold Huntress, 

Betsey, wife of Col. Calvin, at Pomfret, Ct., 
aged 35 years. American of 

Charles, formerly of Attleboro, at Pawtucket, 
in 59th year, 

Laura, daughter of Luke, at Northampton ; 
was injured one year a^o by being thrown 
from a carriage. American of 

, son of Benjamin, at Springfield, 



Oct. 10, 1826 
July 23, 1832 

May 6, 1821 

March 31, 1814 

Aug. IS, 181S 
May 22, 1818 
Aug. 15, 1820 

Oct. 27, 1 82 1 

June 27, 1823 
Jan. 5, 1829 

Dec. 16, 1815 

April 23, 1819 

July 18, 1817 
March 3, 1820 



Jan. 22, 1821 
Feb. 21, 1821 



Sept. 24, 1823 

Jan. 21, 1825 

March 22, 1825 

July 21, 1828 



Oct. 9, 1829 
Sept. 20, 1 83 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



109 



DAY Rufus, seaman on schooner Astria, wrecked 

near Hatteras, 
DAYTON John, Esq., merchant, at Philadelphia, 
formerly a resident of this town. Amer- 
ican of 

John. This death, given some weeks since, 
is now premature. American of 

Mary, wife of Col. Isaac, at Newport, in 8ist 
year, 

Isaac, at Hudson, N. Y., aged 72 years, 
native of Rhode Island. American of 

George S., shot himself in a fit of delirium, 
at Hudson, N. Y. American of 
DEAN Edward, at Taunton, aged 48 years, 

John, at Taunton, aged 38 years, 

Seth, at Taunton, aged 85 years. American of 

Luther, late of Taunton, at Claremont, N. 
H. American of 

Mrs. Phebe, at Pawtuxet, aged 80 years ; ser- 
mon by Rev. Mr. Wilson, 

John, in this town, in S7th year, 

Alpheus, of Granby, Ct., at Southwick, Mass., 
killed by the explosion at a powder mill. 
, American of 

Rev. Samuel, D. D., at Portland, Me. Amer- 
ican of 
DEANE William, 3d son of Simon, aged 4 years, 
DEAN Asa, at Attleboro, aged 53 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Esther, wife of Major Calvin, at Providence, 
in S9th year. 

Deacon Ebenezer, at Taunton, aged 89 years, 

Silas, Esq., merchant, at Newport, in 5Sth 
year. American of 

Henry H., son of late Silas, at Newport, in 
23d year, 

Silas, eldest son of late Silas, drowned in 
Newport Harbor, in 35th year. American 
of 

Alanson, at Taunton, aged 28 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Christopher, at Plainfield, Ct., in 69th year. 
American of 

Abigail, daughter of Job, at Raynham. 
American of 

Maria, daughter of Capt._ George, at Taunton, 
aged 20 years. American of 

Lydia, wife of William, and daughter of Will- 
iam Rotch, of New Bedford, at Salem^ 
aged 47 years, Society of Friends, 



Oct. 25, 1832 

July 18, 1817 

Aug. 12, 1817 

Dec. 19, 1817 

March 22, 1825 

June 2, 1829 
Nov. 22, 1808 

Dec. 2, 1808 
May 30, 1809 

July 14, 1809 

July 25, 1809 
Feb. 2, 1812 

Oct. 26, 1813 

Nov. 25, 1814 
Jan. 15, 1816 

Feb. 9, 1816 

Jan. 6, i8i8 
Jan. 5, 1819 

Sept. 21, 1819 

Aug. 10, 1820 

Oct. 24, 1820 
Sept, 21, 1821 
Oct. 12, 1 82 1 
Nov. 13, 1 82 1 
Dec. II, 1821 

March 10, 1822 



no 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DEAN Enos, at Taunton, aged 70 years ; soldier 
of the Revolution ; was standing in an out- 
building when he fell and instantly expired, 

Robert, at Taunton, aged 46 years, 

Richard, at Norton, aged 70 years, 

Dea. Nathaniel, at Taunton, aged 68 years, 

Susan, wife of Dr. Gains, formerly of Taun- 
ton, at Glocester, Va. American of 

Calvin, son of Philip, Jr., at Taunton, aged 
22 months. American of 

Henry H., at Taunton, aged 41 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Philip, at Taunton, aged 61 years, 

Clarissa Andrews, infant daughter of James, 

Abiel F"., at Taunton, aged 44 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Ebenezer, Jr., son of Ebenezer, at Taunton, 
in 15th year. American of 

Isaac, at Taunton, aged 88 years. American 
of 

Lydia, wife of Ebenezer, at Taunton, aged 
56 years, 

Frederick, son of Abiatha, at Taunton. 
American of 

Cassander, daughter of Zoath, at Raynham, 
Mass., aged 30 years. American of 

Sarah, widow of John, at Taunton, aged 79 
years, 

Richard C, at Taunton, aged 39 years, 

Rev. Joshua, formerly of Taunton, at Lock, 
N. Y., in 36th year. American of 

Hannah L., daughter of Lloyd, at Taunton, 

Gorham, of Biddeford, Me., member of senior 
class Bowdoin College, at Providence, in 
22d year, 

Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Elias, aged 58 years, 
at Plainfield, Ct. American of 

Abiezar, at Taunton, aged 66 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Clarke, at Exeter, N. H., 

Cordelia Elizabeth, only child of late Clarke, 
at Exeter, N. H., 

Hannah S., wife of Christopher, aged 27 
years, at Taunton, 

— ; , daughter of Nehemiah, of Rayn- 
ham, aged 9 years, burnt so as to cause 
death, 

William, at Taunton, aged 40 years, 

, wife of Benjamin, at Taunton, 

, wife of Nehemiah, at Taunton, 



April 16, 1822 
May 25, 1822 

Sept. 25, 1822 
Dec. 19, 1822 

Jan. 24, 1823 

Feb. 14, 1823 

Feb. 14, 1823 

April 17, 1823 

Oct. 18, 1823 

Oct. 31, 1823 

Oct. 31, 1823 

Aug. I, 1823 

Aug. 30, 1823 

Sept. 12, 1823 

Jan. 2, 1824 

May 15, 1824 
July 19, 1824 

Aug. 13, 1824 
March 17, 1825 

Aug. II, 1825 

O.t. u, 1825 

Feb. 17, 1826 
April <6, 1826 

May 2, 1826 

May 31, 1826 



June 25, 1826 

Sept. 13, 1826 

Nov. 5, 1826 

Nov. 19, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



111 



DEAN Lydia, widow of George, at Taunton, 
aged 8 1 years, 
Narcissa, wife of Dea. Bradford, at Taunton, 

aged 28 years, 
Mrs. Wealthy, at Taunton, aged 91 years. 

American of 
Lieut. Asahel, of Norton, at Bellingham, 
killed by being thrown from a wagon. 
American of 
Mrs. Sally, widow of late Ebenezer, Jr., at 

Taunton, aged 63 years, 
Oliver, at Taunton, aged 89 years. American 

of 
Sarah, wife of Edward, at North Providence, 

aged 24 years, 
James, at Taunton, aged 26 years. American 

of 
Rutus, at Taunton, aged 58 years. American 
of 

Dr. , of Bath, an aged gentleman, leaped 

overboard from a burning steamboat and 
drowned, in Wells river, Vt., 
DEARBORN Gen. Henry, at his son's resi- 
dence, Roxbury, aged 78 years, 3 months, 
Ann Maria, daughter of Jonathan F. and 
Sophia Ann, at Boston, aged 18 months, 
DECATUR Capt. Stephen, father of the Com- 
modore, at Frankfort, Penn. American of 
Cora. Stephen, killed in a duel with Com. 
James Barron, at Norfolk, Va.; was born 
Jan. 5, 1779. His father was born at New- 
port but removed to Maryland. American 
of 

DECHTERMAN , aged 19 years, son 

of Christian, at Millerstown, Penn., killed 
by his father, 

DECKER , wife of Capt. John, at 

Wiscasset, Me.; they had lost their house 
by fire, and these misfortunes supposed to 
have turned her brain. American of 
DEDE Miss A. P., at Mobile, aged 37 years, 
DEEY Phebe, wife of Christopher, and daugh- 
ter of George Spencer, of and at East 
Greenwich, in 30th year. American of 

DEGENNES Col. , director of the Park, in 

Spain, before Cadiz. American of 
DEGILDER Mrs. Rachal, at Newport, aged 65 

years, 
DEHON David, merchant, formerly of Boston, 
at St. Thomas, W. I. American of 



July 22, 1827 

July 30, 1827 

Jan. 9, 1829 

June 26, 1829 

July 8, 1829 

Feb. 12, 1830 

Feb. 26, 1830 

March 9, 1830 

Oct. I, 1830 

July 7, 1832 

June 6, 1829 

July 29, 1830 

Nov. 25, 1808 

March 31, 1820 
Aug. 4, 1819 



Nov. 28, 1823 
Aug. 16, 1825 



March 28, 1815 

Feb. 22, 181 1 

Dec. 7, 1824 

March 5, 181 1 



112 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DEHON Rev. Theodore, bishop of South Caro- 
lina, at Charleston, S. C, 
Rt. Rev. Theodore, aged 41 years, 

DELANCY Thomas, native of Ireland, at the 
Asylum, 

DELAMD Emeline, daughter of Robert, at 
Salem, Mass., aged 10 years ; her clothes 
caught fire, lived 11 hours. American of 

DELANEY Thomas, in Canada, killed while out 
shooting by the bursting of his gun. Amer- 
ican of 

DELANO Hannah, wife of Timothy, at New 
Bedford. American of 
Joseph, at Fairhaven, aged 51 years, 
Joseph, at Fairhaven, aged 51 years. Amer- 
ican of 

DELAPLAINE Joseph, Esq., at Philadelphia, 
in 50th year. American of 

DELESDERNIER Oliver, seaman, of Lubeck, 
Me., aged 21 years, 

DELIBER Thomas, at Marblehead, aged 75 
years, soldier of the Revolution. Ameri- 
can of 

DELLINGHAM William T., formerly cashier 
N. E. Commercial Bank, at Newport, sud- 
denly, 

DELVILLE Robert, executed at Nassau, N. P., 
for piracy, 

DEMAREST , wife of Peter, shot by her 

husband, accidentally, while fixing a flint, 
at New Foundland, N. J., 

DEMILL Anthony, son-in-law of the late John 
Russell, of this town, at Kingston, U. C, 

DEMING Jonathan Edes, in this town, aged 22 
years, of the firm of Hill & Ueming, son of 
Charles, of Brighton, Mass., 

DEMONS Prudence, widow of Capt. Daniel, at 
Providence, in 86th year, 

DEMORANVILLE Mrs. Ruth, formerly of 
Newport, at Providence, aged 75 years,* 

DEMPSTER William, in England ; while jug- 
gling he swallowed a table knife 9 inches 
long and would not submit to an operation 
for its removal. American of 

DENCH William Potter, son of Capt. James, 
aged 13 months, 
Capt. James, formerly of New York and 
Providence packets, at New York. Amer- 
ican of 



Aug. 6, 1817 
Aug. 6, 1817 

Dec. 30, 1828 



Sept. 2, 1 83 1 

June 26, 1829 

Sept. 17, 1830 
April 15, 183 1 

April 27, 1 83 1 

June II, 1824 

April 16, 1 82 1 

Sept. 10, 1830 

June 25, 1827 
March 20, 1820 

Jan. 25, 1823 
Dec. — , 1812 

Nov. 8, 1815 

Dec. 3, 1818 

April 9, 1827 

Dec. 17, 1824 
Feb. 21, 1821 

Sept. 26, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 113 

DENHAM Daniel, at Newport, in 77th year, 

Revolutionary veteran. American of May 5, 1815 

Daniel, Esq., at Newport, aged 67 years. 

American of Feb. i, 1831 

William James, son of Daniel C, at New- 
port, aged 2 years. American of Oct. 16, 1832 
DENISE Mary, wife of Capt. Joseph J., in 31st 

year, Nov. 2, 1829 

DENNIE Joseph, born Lexington, Mass., Aug. 

30, 1768, died at Philadelphia, Jan. 7, 1812 

Joseph, Esq., editor of the " Port Folio,'' a 
native of Boston, in 4Sth year, at Philadel- 
phia, Jan. 7, 1 812 
DENNIS Catherine, wife of Capt. John, at New- 
port, aged 33 years. American of Aug. 10, 1810 

Catharine, wife of Capt. John, and daughter 
of the late Dr. William Tillinghast, at 
Newport, in 33d year. American of Aug. 14, 1810 

Arthur, formerly of Newport, at Somerset, in 

6ist year, Feb. 26, 1812 

Miss Nancy, at Newport, in 74th year, May 13, 1821 

John, Jr., son of Capt. John, drowned in 

Newport by the upsetting of a boat, June 19, 1821 

Sarah Brown, daughter of John, at Newport, 
aged I year, 6 months, Nov. 14, 1821 

Noah (colored), aged 30 years, Feb. 9, 1822 

Miss Lydia, at Portsmouth, aged 64 years, Nov. 7, 1822 

Almira, wife of Capt. Joseph L., in 29th 

year, ' Nov. 27, 1825 

William, formerly of New London, at New- 
port, aged about 50 years, Feb. 5, 1826 

Amey, wife of Capt. William, at Newport, 

aged 69 years. American of Sept. 29, 1826 

Prudence (colored), aged 74 years. Ameri- 
can of Feb. 27, 1827 

Capt. Thomas, at Newport, aged T] years. 

American of April 22, 1828 

John, at Newport, m 8ist year, Feb. 22, 183 1 

DENNISON Charles, Esq., aged 47 years, for- 
merly speaker Connecticut House of Rep- 
resentatives, at New Haven, Conn. Amer- 
ican of July 8, 1825 

Capt. Gideon, aged 33 years, at Knox, N. Y., 

a victim of quackery. American of March 3, 1826 

DENNY John, at Halifax, from a wound in- 
flicted by a pair of scissors thrown at him 
by his son in a fit of anger, leaves wife and 
6 children. American of Feb. i8, 1820 

DENNEY Daniel, at Worcester, aged 63 years. 

American of April 5, 1822 



11^ VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DENNY Austin, aged 35 years, attorney at law, 
late editor and proprietor of the Massachu- 
setts Yeoman, at Worcester. American of July 7, 1830 
Henry, of Pennsylvania, seaman, lost over- 
board at sea from ship Constitution, of 
Nantucket, during her late voyage. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 26, 1830 

DENT Capt. John Herbert, U. S. Navy, aged 42 
years, at St. Bartholomew's parish, S. C. 
American of Sept. 9, 1823 

DERBY Dr. Richard, son of Gen. S. G., aged 23 
years, at Salem, Mass., was assistant sur- 
geon on board the Independence in her 
late expedition in the Meditterranean. 
American of Jan. 5, 18 16 

DERBEY John, at Norton, in 20th year, Nov. 24, 1821 

DERBY Abner, at Rehoboth, aged 25 years. May 30, 1822 

DERBEY Abner, at Rehoboth, in 2Sth year. May 30, 1.822 

Jacob, at Attleboro, in 23d year, Sept. 25, 1822 

Abner, who died 19 years since (1803), his 
three sons, Jacob at Attleboro, Abner at 
Rehoboth, and John at Norton, died of 
same year as above written. American of Oct. 11, 1822 

DERBY Edith, widow, of Beverly, at Salem, 

Mass., aged 82 years. American of Nov. 16, 1824 

DERBEY Sarah Augusta, daughter of Joel, at 

North Providence, aged 8 months, Sept. 7, 1828 

Elizabeth, Countess of, before her marriage 
she was Miss Farren, of the theatre, in 
England, April 23, 1829 

DERBY Benjamin, at Huntington, Vt., soldier 

of the Revolution. American of Dec. 8, 1829 

Loring, at Taunton, aged 37 years. American 

of June 14, 1 83 1 

John, Esq., at Salem, in 65th year, very sud- 
denly, Nov. 25, 1 83 1 

DESESSARIS M. Jean C, an eminent French 
physician, at Paris, aged 84 years. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 4, rSii 

DESHA Lieut. Robert M., late paymaster ma- 
rine corps, at New Orleans. American of Dec. 13, 1822 
Isaac B., from a self inflicted wound some 
days previous, noted for being the mur- 
derer of Francis Baker, and for the trials 
which have convicted him of the murder, 
at Frankfort, July 14, 1826 

Isaac B., at San Felipe DeAustin, Texas, in 

confinement for murder of Mr. Early. 

American of Nov. 14, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



115 



DESHANS , executed for the murder of 

Monsieur and his son, at . Paris, Fr., he 
died with great courage. American of 

DESTREHAN John Noel, of Louisiana, at New 
Orleans. American of 

DEVAYNES Mr. , l^anker ; in his will he 

leaves his wife ;^i200 per annum, and 800 
bottles of wine, to be used at her next mar- 
riage He desired that a bottle. of fine old 
sherry wine should be placed under each 
arm with him in his coffin, in London. 
American of 

DEVENS Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, at New- 
port, aged 53 years. American of 

DEVEREAUX Capt. , of schooner Speed- 
well, of Marblehead, at St. Pierrie, W. L, 
James, at North Providence, in 23d year ; was 
thrown from his carriage, 

DEVERICK James, of Newport, at sea, on 
board ship Gen. Hamilton, on passage from 
Lourabuya to Sincapour, 

DEVINE Mrs. Elizabeth, in 68th year, 

DEVITT Charles, executed at Halifax for mur- 
der of Capt. Westinacott, of the British 
army. American of 

DEVOLL Washington, of Bristol, suddenly, at 
sea, on board brig Osozimbo, on passage 
from Trinidad, 

DEWEY Hon. Daniel, at Williamstown, aged 48 
years, late M. C. from Massachusetts, and 
one of the justices of Supreme Court. 
American of 
John E., native of Rhode Island, seaman, at 
sea, on board brig Monitor, of Kennebunk. 
American of . 
William O., at New Bedford, aged 5 years. 
American of 

DEWICK Oliver, at Newport, aged 79 years, 
Penelope, widow of Oliver, at Newport, in 
80th year, 

DEXTER Hon. Samuel, at Mendon, aged- 82 
years. American of 
Samuel, only son of Samuel, Esq., aged 4 

months, 
Sally Smith, only daughter of Col. Edward, 

in this town, m i6th year, 
Jabez B., Esq., youngest son of the late John, 

Esq., of Cumberland, at Geneva, N. Y., 
Stephen, in this town, 
Col. Knight, in 82d year, 



Oct. 28, 1817 
Nov. 18, 1823 



Aug. 7, 1 8 10 
April 18, 1815 

Sept. I, 1809 
Nov. 26, 18 19 



April 29, 1 82 1 
Feb. 14, 1817 



July 23, 1 816 
April 29, 1 82 1 

June 12, 1815 

March 12, 1822 

Oct. 20, 1829 
Dec. 21, 1826 

July 2, 1827 
June 19, 1810 

Oct. 7, 1812 

Nov. 24, 1812 

April 27, 1 813 
June I, 1813 
Feb. 8, r8i4 



116 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DEXTER Mrs, Abigail, wife of Col. Edward, in 

this town, in 40th year, 
Hon. Samuel, at Athens, N. Y., aged 55 

years, buried here ; came to visit his son 

who was going to be married, 
Hon. Samuel, LL.D., of Boston, at Athens, 

N. Y., aged 54 years, on a visit to his son 

here. 
Col. Noah, at Rochester, Mass. American of 
Andrew, only brother of Hon. Samuel, late 

of Boston, at Athens, N. Y, 
Mercy, widow of Edward, formerly of North 

Providence, at Smithfield, 
Capt. Daniel S., U. S. Navy, commanding 

ofificer on Lake Erie, at Erie, Pa.; was son 

of Col. John S., of Providence. Amer- 
ican of 
Thomas, at Scituate, aged 42 years, from a 

fall from a hay loft and falling on a rake 

handle which penetrated his body, 
Waitstill H., wife of Ebenezer K., Esq , and 

eldest daughter of Hon. David Howell, in 

43d year, 
Jonathan, at Smithfield, in 80th year, more 

than 50 years a professor of religion ; ser- 
mon by Rev. Dr. Benedict, Rev. XIV: 13, 
Mary, wife of Capt. John, at Smithfield, in 

37th year, leaves three children, 
Charlotte, wife of Andrew, Esq., daughter of 

Hon. Perez Morton, of Boston, at New 

Philadelphia, Ala. Ter., 
Mrs. Patience, at Foster, in 67th year, 
Mrs. Abby, wife of Samuel, Esq., daughter of 

Gen. Sheldon, of Newport, in 34th year, 
Susan, daughter of the late Capt. Edward, of 

Providence, at Pawtucket, in 58th year, 
Jeremiah, son of late Jeremiah, at North 

Providence, aged 26 years, 
Phebe, widow of William, in 56th year, 
Mary R., daughter of late Hon. Samuel, of 

Boston, at Wavertree, near Liverpool, 

Eng. American of 
Alethea, widow of James, at Cumberland, in 

98th year, 
Alcey, widow of Jonathan, at Smithfield, 

aged 8i years; had been a member of 

First Baptist church. Providence, 45 years, 
Mary, wife of Rev. Elijah, and only daughter 

of Nathaniel, Jr., Esq., of Freetown, at 

Plympton, aged 36 years. American of 



March 30, 1814 



May 4, 

May 4. 
May 17, 

Nov. 12, 

Sept. 4, 

Oct. 30, 
Jan. 22, 
May IS, 

July 31, 
Aug. 19, 

Sept. 17, 
Oct. 6, 

March 13, 

Sept. 9, 

Jan. 29, 
July 21, 

Feb. 12, 
March 7, 

April 3, 

Nov. I, 



816 

816 
816 

816 

817 

818 

819 

819 

819 
819 

819 
819 

820 

820 

821 
821 

822 
822 

822 

822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



117 



DEXTER Lewis, at Smithfield, in 6ist year, 
Masonic honors, 

Ebenezer K., Esq., marshal of District of 
Rhode Island, in 52d year, 

Christopher Champlain, Esq., eldest son of 
Stephen, aged 31 years, graduate of Brown 
1812 ; had established himself as an attor- 
ney, 

Mary, widow of Andrew, formerly a mer- 
chant, of Providence, aged 67 years, 

Moses, at North Providence, in 72d year, 

Abby Martin, infant daughter of Samuel, 
Esq., aged 5 months, suddenly, 

Amey, wife of Samuel, and daughter of Jo- 
seph S Martin, Esq., aged 26 years, 

Sarah Mumford, wife of Col. Edward, and 
daughter of late John Mumford, in 46th 
year, 

Samuel, of Cumberland, at Providence, sui- 
cide by hanging. American of 

William, aged 72 years, burial at North Prov- 
idence, 

William A., son of Joseph W., aged 16 
months, 

Capt. Benjamin G., aged 69 years, 

Benjamin, son of Timothy, killed in the Cum- 
berland coal mine by a cave in, aged 24 
years, 

Aaron, M. D., Erving professor of chemistry 
in Harvard University at Cambridge, 

Stephen, Jr., son of Stephen, aged 22 years, 

Adaline A., youngest daughter of Capt. 
John, at Smithfield, in 19th year, 

Sarah, wife of Anson, at Boston, aged 27 
years. American of 

George, at Boston, aged 24 years. American 
of 

Capt. William, at Glocester, aged 35 years. 
American of 

Edward, son of Stephen, aged 19 months, 

Nathaniel B., at Providence, in 73d year. 
American of 

Lydia, widow of Lewis, at Smithfield, aged 
6^ years, 

Stephen, in 38th year, 
De ALBERTAS Marquis, peer of France, at 

Marseilles, 
D' ALTON Dowager, in England. American of 
De ANGELY Dr, St. Jean, after a strange run 
of fortune he reached France the day be- 
fore died, 



March 17, 1824 
Aug. 10, 1824 

Aug. 13, 1825 

Sept. 12, 1825 
Dec. 9, 1825 

July 18, 1826 

Sept. 7, 1826 

Sept. 14, 1826 

Oct. 3, 1826 

Feb. 24, 1827 

Oct. 2, 1827 
Dec. 4, 1828 

Dec. 6, 1828 

Feb. 28, 1829 
April 18, 1829 

Sept. 8, 1829 

Nov. 6, 1829 

Feb. 5, 1830 

June 29, 1830 
Aug. 30, 183 1 

April 24, 1832 

May IS, 1832 
Sept. 27, 1832 

Sept. 3, 1829 
Oct. 17, 1815 

March 8, 18 19 



118 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

De AUVERGNE Philip, Prince de Bouillon, 
vice admiral of the Red, many years com- 
mander of the Jersey and Guernsey sta- 
tions at Westminster, Eng., aged 8i years. 
American of Nov. 29, 1816 

De BELESNAY Count, executed at Perth 

Hungary, for murder of his father, July 12, 1819 

DeBLOIS Stephen, at Johnston, aged about 50 

years, Feb. 23, 1814 

Miss Nancy, at Newport, at an advanced 

age. American of Dec. 18, i8i8 

Mrs. Jane, widow of Stephen, at Newport, 

aged 76 years, July 8, 1829 

Francis C, at Boston, aged 50 years. Amer- 
ican of April 29, 1 83 1 

De BRISSY Col. Charles Louis, provost at 
Paris, France, aged 54 years, an officer of 
the Legion of Honor, had been a prisoner 
of war in England for years, returning to 
France in 18 13 he was courtmartialed and 
shot Feb. i, 18 14 

De BOUFFLERS Chevalier, aged 78 years, a 

celebrated wit, at Paris. American of May 5, 1815 

DeBOURBON-CONDE Louisa Adelaide, sister 
of the Prince of Conde, who is now the 
only survivor of the Bourbon Conde branch 
of the house of Bourbon, at Paris, aged 87 
years. American of May 4, 1824 

Donna Maria Theresa, Princess of Peace, at 
Paris ; she was compelled by her father to 
marry the notorious Godoy known as the 
Prince of Peace ; she was a sister of the 
Cardinal De Bourbon and cousin to the 
'" first king of Spain. American of April 17, 1829 

De BRESSON Catharine Livingstone, wife of 
the secretary of legation of France, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Smith Thompson, of New 
York, at Washington city. American of Feb. 6, 1824 

DeCHURTELLER, the Austrian General, 
stabbed by a Venetian lady in a rage, at 
Venice. American of " June 16, 1815 

DeCHASTELUX Marchioness, formerly Miss 
Plunkett, of Dublin, widow of Marquis, 
well known as a traveler and resided some 
time in Boston, in Paris. American of April 19, 1816 

DeCOGNY Duke, a peer of France, marshal of 
the empire, chevalier of St. Louis, &c , at 
Paris. American of July 13, 1821 

DeCRILLON Count, a peer of France, at Paris, 

aged 71 years, June 25, 18 19 



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119 



DeDAMAS Count, a French general, in France, 
aged 58 years. American of 

DeDECRES Duke, at Paris, p-rance, formerly 
minister of marines, from wounds received 
in an explosion of powder placed under his 
bed by his servant who robbed him of 9000 
francs, who leaped from the window and 
caused his death by the leap. American of 

De EDLING Count Phillip, near Vienna, very 
suddenly, in his carriage. American of 

Deforest David C, Esq., aged 5 1 years, late 
consul general from Buenos Ayres to this 
government, at New Haven, Conn. Amer- 
ican of 

DeGARNIER Marquis, peer of France, without 
issue, at Paris. American of 

DeGENLIS Madame, a French authoress, was 
at one time preceptress to the Duke of Or- 
leans, now king of France. American of 

DeGOLTZ Count Alexander, a companion in 
arms with the Emperor Frederick, in Ger- 
many. American of 

DeHART John C, purser U. S. Navy, aged 32 
years, at sea, on board the U. S. Sch. Por- 
poise, on her passage to the West Indies, 

DeJARNOTTE Mr. , killed in a quarrel 

with R. G. Davidson, at Wadesboro, S. C. 
American of 

DeKRAFFT Charles, at Washington city, aged 
36 years. American of 

DeKNATZON Baron, in Stockholm, aged 65 
years, late minister to U. S. Knight Order 
of the North Sea and marshal de la cour. 
American of 

DeLACRESSE Admiral, aged 69 years, at Meil- 
han, Fr., 

DeLAGOY Marquis, deputy for the department 
of the Rhone, in St. Reno. American of 

De la TOUR-DU-PIN Colonel, aid to Mar- 
shal Victor, killed in a duel with another 
aid, at Paris. American of 

De la VANPALLIERE , at Paris. Amer- 
ican of 

DeLEBZELTERN Baron, the Austrian envoy 
to Portugal, which he had held 52 years, at 
Lisbon, aged 94 years, 

DeLESSERT M.,an eminent French merchant, 
at Paris, France. American of 

DeLESTOCYR General, the great leader of cav- 
alry, in Russia ; Prince Blucer and other 
chiefs attended his funeral. American of 



Nov. 20, 1823 



Feb. 16, 1 82 1 
Dec. 2, 1817 

March 4, 1825 
Dec. 4, 1821 

Sept. 28, 1830 

Feb. 2, 1819 

Aug. 31, 1824 

Sept. 23, 1823 
Oct. 25, 1822 

Sept. 2, 1825 
Sept. 9, 1829 
Oct. 23, 1829 

March 29, 1816 
March 29, 1816 

Jan. 10, 181 8 
Sept. 20, i8i6 

April 18, 1815 



120 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DeLINIERS Gen. Turreau, formerly French 
ambassador to this country, in France. 
.American of March 7, 1817 

D'LUKEE Gavino, was stabbed in an affray with 
Anthony D. Lumbra, at Savannah. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 21, 1824 

De MALAGAMBA Don Carlos, executed in 

Spain for murder. American of Aug. 15, 1828 

DeMALONET Mons., at Paris, France, minister 

of marines to Louis XVIII. American of Nov. 29, 1814 

DeMASLOY Count Orro, at Paris, an ancient 

ambassador of France. American of March 24, 18 18 

DeMOTLAIR Mrs. Rebecca, formerly of New- 
port, at Halifax, aged 74 years. American 
of May 23, 1826 

DeMONTALET Marquis, aged 49 years, at his 
plantation on Sapelo Island, Ga.; was a 
native of St. Domingo, came to South Car- 
olina in 1797. American of July 22, 1814 

DeNEMOURS Peter Lemuel Du Pont, in Del- 
aware, in 78th year, member Institute of 
France and councillor of state, knight of 
the Order of Vasa, legion of honor and or- 
der of Du Lys, Aug. 6, 1817 

DeONIS Madame, wife of the Spanish minister, 

at Washington, May 22, 1817 

DeOREA Senor Telesforo Macio, consul of Co- 
lumbia, at Philadelphia, in 65th year, April 21, 1829 

DePOLIGNIC Count Jules, a peer of France, in 
Russia, was one of the favorites of Louis 
XVI. American of Dec. 26, 1817 

DePORTAING Genera], at Paris, aged 80 years, 
was an officer in the Revolution. Ameri- 
can of Nov. 24, 1826 

DeRIO Gardo, Count, diplomat, at Lisbon, 
Spain, found in his coffers amount to 
15,000,000 francs. American of Nov 3 1829 

DeROCHMENT John, at Newington, aged 19 

years, suicide by hanging. American of Nov. 5, 1830 

DeROHAN Duke, of the royal household, aged 

88 years. American of May 3, 1816 

Prince Camilli, grand prior of Aquitaine and 
grand senechal of order of St. John of 
Jerusalem. American of Aug. 6, 1816 

DeRUFIO Prince, in Vienna, Neapolitan am- 
bassador to Austria. American of Oct. 4, 1825 

DeRUIS Don Fr-ancisco, killed in a duel with 

Don Carlos De Malagambre. American of Aug. 15, 1828 

DeSTAEL Madame, a fine obituary and events 

of her death. American of Sept.26, 1817 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



121 



DeSEDELLA Father Antonio, at New Orleans, 
buried 

DeSERRA Abbe Jose Correa, aged 74 years, at 
Lisbon, Port., formerly minister to. United 
States, noted as a learned scholar and 
knowledge of botany. American of 

DeSEZE, the Count, a peer of France, and mem- 
ber of French Academy, in France, aged 
81 years. American of 

DeSILVA Manuel Antonio, died suddenly at a 
hotel in Newark, N. J., 

DeSOUZA Mon., member of the regency, at 
Lisbon American of 

DeTINGRY the Princess, at Paris, France. 
American of 

DeTOLLY Field Marshal T^arclay, an eminent 
captam in the Allied Armies, in Russia, 

DeTUYLL Maj. Gen. Baron, Minister of the 
Emperor of Russia to the U. S., at sea on 
his passage to Europe, aged 54 years, 

DeURQUEJO Chevalier, Minister of State of 
ex-King Joseph of Spain, at Paris. Amer- 
ican of 

DeWITT James M., at Philadelphia. His house 
took fire and 4 ot his children and a grand- 
son perished, 
Benjamin, M. D., health officer of New York, 
and vice president of College of Physicians. 
American of 
Mrs. Susan, wife of Simeon, Esq., of Albany, 
at Philadelphia, while on a visit, Amer- 
ican of 
Oliver, at Newport, in 80th year, 
Eliza Searle, wife of G , in 26th year, 

DeWOLFE Betsey, wife of John, Jr., Esq., at 
Bristol, aged 32 years, 
Charles, at Bristol, in 78th year, 
Levi, Jr., son of Levi, Esq., of Bristol, at 

Havana, aged about 21 years, 
Levi, Jr.. seaman, at sea on board ship Ann, 
on passage from Havana to Bristol. Amer- 
ican of 
Lorenzo W., at New Bedford, Mass., aged 26 

years. American of 
Col. Francis LeBaron, second son of Hon. 
James, at Arkwright Village, in 28th year. 
American of 

DeWOLF Julia Bourne, youngest daughter of 
Gen. George, at Bristol, aged i year, 
Hon. William, at Bristol, in 67th year, 



Jan. 22, 1829 

March 23, 1824 

June 20, 1828 

March 8, 1822 

Dec. 26, 1 8 17 

Oct. 23, 1829 

May 25, 1818 

April ir, 1826 

July II, 1817 

March 3, 1817 

Sept. 17, 1819 



May 21, 1824 
Dec. 21, 1826 
Aug. II,. 1832 

Jan. 5, 1818 
Aug. 20, 1822 

April I, 1823 



April 25, 1823 
March 19, 1824 

Sept. 13, 1825 

Nov. 28, 1825 
April 20, 1829 



122 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DeWOLF Charlotte, widow of William, daughter 
of late Josiah Finney, at Pristol, aged 65 
years, 

DeXIMENES Marquis, aged 92 years, at Paris, 
France; was at the battle of Fontenoy. 
American of 

DIAMOND Thomas, cook, injured by an ex- 
plosion of a boiler on steamer Chief Justice 
Marsha], in Hudson river, April 22, died 
next day, 

DIBBIN Charles, song writer, in England, 

DICK Capt. E. B., late of i8th U. S. Infantry, 
killed in a duel with Capt. Hampton, near 
Charleston, S. C, 
Dr. Archibald, at Alexandria. He attended 
Gen. Washington in his last illness. Amer- 
ican of 
Hon. John, U. S. Judge for District of Louis- 
iana, at New Orleans, 
Dr. Elisha C, in 72d year, at Alexandria, Va.; 
was one of the physicians who attended 
Gen. Washington in his last illness. Amer- 
ican of 

DICKERSON Capt. Charles, at Seekonk, in 
54th year. American of 
Miss Harriet, of Seekonk, in 17th year, 
daughter of the late Capt. Charles, at 
North Kingstown, 

DICKINSON John, Esq., at Nashville, Tenn., 
aged 35 years, an eminent lawyer and 
native of Washington, N. H. American of 

Mrs. , at Middletown ; leaves a legacy to 

American Bible Society. American of 

DICJ^ENSON Henry H., formerly of Bermuda, 
at Camden, S. C. American of 

DICKINSON Capt. James, aged 45 years, at 
Northampton, formerly member of the 
Legislature, 

DICKSON Mary, wife of Anthony, at Newport, 
in 62d year. American of 

W , at Philadelphia, aged 36 years ; while 

asleep arose from his bed and fell out of a 
window; lived but a few hours. American of 
William, a sailor belonging to brig Independ- 
ence, Capt. Ruggles, of Providence, at 
William, N. C, aged about 25 years, 

DIDIER , executed for treason, at Lyons, 

France, 
Dr. Pierre, at Wilmington, Del., aged 90 
years, native of France, and born 1740 at 



May 15, 


1829 


July 25, 


1817 


July, 


1830 
1814 


June 4, 


1815 


Oct. 26, 


1821 


April 23, 


1824 


Oct. II, 


1825 


Nov. 4, 


1817 


Feb. 9, 


1821 


Aug. 15, 


1815 


Feb. 13, 


1821 


July 22, 


1823 


July 19, 


1824 


Jan. 14, 


1820 


March 23, 


1821 


Feb. 21, 


1829 


June 10, 


1816 



KHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



123 



DIDIER : 

Vitieau, in the C6te d'or Burgundy ; was 
at the defeat of Prince Soubise, at Ros- 
back. American of 
DIKE Mary Alice, infant daughter of Arba B., 
DILLAHAR Hopey, daughter of James C, aged 

8 months, 
DILLARD William, shot in a quarrel with U. 
G. Phillips, in Prince William parish, S.C., 
DILLIBUR Hopestill, wife of James C, daugh- 
ter of late Benjamin Miller, of Bristol, in 
33d year, 

William Melsey, son of James C, aged 2 
years, 7 months, suddenly, 
DILLINGHAM Edward, son of Asa, at New 
Bedford, Mass., aged 22 years ; was drowned 
from a boat in trying to board a brig in the 
harbor. American of 
DILLO Richard, at sea, on board the brig Grand 
Turk, while at Quarantine, aged about 17 
years, 
DILLON William, son of Andrew, in this town. 

Countess, at Paris, and cousin of Napoleon's 
first wife, and mother of Madame Bertrand, 
now at St. Helena. American of 

Alenorah, daughter of Andrew, at Providence, 
in 8th year. American of 

Francis A., at Savannah, Ga., deputy post- 
master, 

Mary, wife of Andrew, aged 45 years, 

Andrew, Jr., only son of Andrew, of Provi- 
dence, at Louisville, Ga., in 21st year, 

Mary Ann, daughter of Andrew, in i6th year, 

DILLWYN George, formerly of Philadelphia, 

Friend Minister, at Burlington, N. J., in 

83d year, 

DIMAN Mary, daughter of Thomas, at Bristol, 

aged 43 years. American of 

Salome, wife of Thomas, at Bri'^tol. Amer- 
ican of 

Jonathan, at Bristol, in 78th year. 

Royal, third son of Royal, Esq., at Bristol, in 
20th year. American of 

Royal, Esq., at Bristol, aged 52 years, 

Mary Nichols, daughter of Col. H. P., at 
Bristol, aged 2 years, 

, infant child of Gen. Byron, at Bristol, 

Dolly, widow of Jonathan, at Bristol, aged 
85 years. American of 

Abner, son of William, at Bristol, suddenly, 



Dec, 10, 1830 
April 14, 1828 

Nov. I, 1814 

May 23, 1821 

Aug. 27, 1820 
Feb. 24, 1 82 1 

March S, 1824 



July 23, 181 1 
Feb. 14, 1810 



Jan. 13, 1818 

Feb. 9, 1 8 19 

Oct. 6, 1820 
March 20, 1822 

Nov. 30, 1823 
June 6, 1824 

June 23, 1820 

March i, 1816 

Jan. 15, 1819 
April 30, 1 819 

Sept. 22, 1 819 
Aug. 17, 1820 

Oct. I, 1822 
Aug. 21, 1826 

May 13, 1828 
Dec. 16, 1828 



124 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DINAH, a negro woman, aged ii6 years, in the 
Bucks Co. almshouse, Penn. American of 

DINKINS Mrs. , at New Orleans, of the 

fever. American of 
James E., major U. S. Army, near Pensacola, 
Fla. American of 

DINSMORE Samuel, at Boston, aged 28 years. 
American of 

Mrs. , aged 61 years, at Boston ; was 

found on the sidewalk with her neck 
broken, supposed to have fallen out of the 
window. American of 

DITMAN John J., Esq., formerly of Flatbush, 
L. I., at New Utrecht, aged 95 years. 
American of 

DIX Alexander, merchant, of Boston, in Canada, 
killed in a duel. American of 
Lt. Col. Timothy, of U. S. 14th Regiment, at 
the American camp, near French Mills. 
American of 
Eldridge, aged 5 years, suddenly, 

DIXEY , wife of Capt. Thomas, at Marble- 
head, suicide by drowning, leaves 9 chil- 
dren. American of 

DIXON Robert, formerly a resident of this town, 

eldest son of the late Robert, Esq., of 

Sterling, Ct., in Illinois Ter., in 38th year, 

George, in the burning of the Richmond, 

Va , theatre, 
Ann, widow of Capt. James, at Newport, 
aged 83 years. American of 

Mr. , a distiller, suicide; he placed the 

musket under his chin and sprang the lock 
with a broomstick. American of 
Maria, daughter of the late Robert, formerly 
of Providence, at Dedham, Mass., aged 20 ' 
years. American of 
Mary, wife of Anthony, at Newport, in 62d 

year. American of 
Anthony, Esq., at Newport, aged 68 years, 
many years inspector of customs and tax 
assessor, 

DOANE Allen, at Pawtucket, aged 30 years, 

DOBBS John, from an explosion on a steamboat, 
near Charleston, S. C, 

DOBSON Thomas, Esq., an eminent printer and 
bookseller, at Philadelphia. American of 

DOCKRAY Hon. John B., aged 64 years, presi- 
dent of Landholders' bank, formerly mem- 
ber of General Assembly, at South Kings- 
town, 



May 18, 1810 

Oct. II, 1822 

Nov. 19, 1822 

Aug. 24, J 830 

Aug. 27, 1830 

Sept. 25, 1829 
March 31, 1809 



Dec. lo, 1813 
Nov. 19, 1825 



July 4, 1 826 

June — , 1810 

Dec. 26, 181 1 

May 5, 1815 

Nov. 8, 1 81 6 

Oct. 27, 1 8 18 
Jan. 4, 1820 

June 21, 1826 
July 16, 1823 

Sept. 15, 1816 

March 25, 1823 

Sept. 5, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



125 



DOCKRAY Capt. James, at Jamestown, aged 
6g years. American of 

Mrs. , widow of Capt. James R., at 

Jamestown, aged 58 years. American of 

DODD Admiral , in England, aged 81 years. 

American of 
Mr. , killed in the explosion of a steam- 
boat boiler. American of 

DODDRIDGE Philip, member of Congress 
from Virginia, aged about 60 years. Amer- 
ican of 

DODDS Helen Marr, infant daughter of George 
D., 
George, of Providence, at Southbridge, 
Mass., in 64th year, brought here for burial, 

DODGE Ellen Crawford, infant daughter of 
John C, aged 9 months, 
Nehemiah, Jr., son of Nehemiah, of Provi- 
dence, fell from mast of ship Governor 
Tompkins, off Block Island, and drowned ; 
was in his iSth year, 
Robert C, at New Shoreham. American of 
Ninian C, at Boston, aged 30 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Anna, widow of George, at Salem, aged 75 

years. American of 
Stephen, at Plymouth, aged 83 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Pauline, wife of Edward M., and second 
daughter of Thomas Rice, Esq., of Coven- 
try, at East Greenwich, in 19th year, 

DOLBEAR John, at New London, aged 66 
years. American of 

DOLE Mrs. Sarah, at Shelbourne, aged 67 
years ; there were living in this house four 
generations, her mother 89, herself, her 
children, and grandchildren, and this is the 
first death in 43 years. American of 

DOLIVER Miss Betsey, at Worcester, aged 20 
years. American of 

DOLLIS Sabada, wife of Michael, in 48th year. 
American of 

DOLLOFF Thomas L., aged 18 years, at Mere- 
dith, thrown from a wagon, lived only a 
few hours. American of 

DONALDSON James, murdered by John Irv- 
ing, a schoolmaster. American of 

, supposed suicide ; it now appears he 

was murdered and then suspended from a 
tree to avoid suspicion. American of 



Aug. 13, 1830 

Oct. 12, 1830 

March 12, 1816 

May 16, 1823 

Nov. 28, 1823 

Jan. 26, 1823 

July 13, 1825 

Oct. 7, 18 19 

Nov. 7, 1 8 19 
May 4, 1 82 1 

Dec. 25, 1829 

Jan. I, 1830 

April 1, 183 1 

April 18, 1 83 1 
Dec. 31, 1824 



Aug. 19, 1831 
June 2, 1826 
Jan. 10, 1809 

June 4, 1830 
Feb. II, 1814 

Jan. 17, 1826 



126 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DONE Judge , at Maryland, aged 86 years. 

American of 
DONNELLY Miss Mary, at Newport, aged 84 

years. American of 
DENNISON Capt. Jonathan, at Acra, Coast of 
Africa, in 57th year ; his remains were in- 
terred in the castle at James Fort, with 
every mark of respect, 

Capt. James, at New York, late master of 
ship Isis, of this port, lately burnt at sea 
by the French squadron, 

Avis, widow of Capt. Jonathan, in 6sth year, 

Sarah, eldest daughter of late Capt. Jona- 
than, aged 42 years, suddenly, 
DORR Elizabeth M., daughter of Joseph, aged 9 
years, 

Joseph, at Johnston, aged "jy years, 

Mrs. Margaret, aged 79 years. American of 
DORRANCE Deborah, wife of Archibald, and 
daughter of Ichabod Bowen, Esq., of Cov- 
entry, at Sterling, in 44th year, 

Daniel, schoolmaster, at Kennebunk, Me., 
aged 24 years, 

Hon. John, in this town, in 66tb year, born 
at Foster, R. L; was of Irish parentage, 
graduate of R. L College, 1773, and after- 
wards tutor; has been member of both 
branches ol the General Assembly and 
Judge of the County Court, 

Samuel, in this town, in 37th year, 

Archibald, at Sterling, Ct., 

Andrew M., Esq., Attorney at Law, at Beth- 
any, N. Y., aged 23 years, graduate of 
Brown University, 18 12. American of 

Major William L., formerly of Coventry, near 
Cincinnati, O., 

George Henry, intant son of James B., Esq., 
aged 14 months, 21 days, 

Henry Green, infant son of J. B., aged 2 
months. 

Major George, at Foster, in 77th year. 

Dr. Henry P., at Halifax, Penn., in 35th year, 

Samuel, son of late Samuel, of Providence, 
at Pomfret, Ct., aged 24 years, 

Mary, eldest daughter of late Samuel, at 
Pomfret, Ct.,aged 23 years, 

Saunders, son of late Samuel, Esq., in 23d 
year, 

Sarah P., youngest daughter of late Samuel 
W., of Providence, and last surviving one. 



Oct. 18, 183 1 
Jan. 9, 1816 

Aug. 26, 1809 



June 27, 1812 
Jan. I, i82r 

July II, 1822 

June 29, 1820 

Dec. 4, 1828 

Aug. 20, 1830 



Oct. I, 1809 
Nov. 17, 1810 



June 29, 1813 

Feb. 12, 1815 

Oct. 4, 1816 



July 17, i8i8 

June 25, 1821 

Oct. 26, 1825 

May 6, 1826 

Feb. 12, 1828 

Oct. I, 1828 

Dec. 27, 1828 

March 26, 1829 

Feb. 16, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



127 



DORRANCE: 

She has lost an elder sister and two 
brothers within last i8 months; was in her 
i8th year; at Montvilliers, France, 

Elizabeth Arnold, eldest daughter of TuUy, 
at Pawtuxet, in i6th year, 

DORREGO President , deposed and shot. 

American of 
DORSET Duke of, in Ireland, aged 21 years, 
killed instantly, being thrown from his 
horse in a fox hunt. American of 

The Duchess, in England. American of 
DORSEY Peter, of Warwick, Eng., at Utica, N. 
Y., aged 22 years, killed by falling into a 
revolving wheel, 
DOTY Rebecca, wife of Benjamin W., at Bris- 
tol, aged 55 years, 
DOUGALL William, of New Haven, on board 
ship Rising Star, on passage from Charles- 
ton, S. C. American of 
DOUGLASS Major Asa, of New Canaan, Ct., 
at Richmond, Mass., aged 72 years, soldier 
of the Revolution. American of 

John, Duke of Queensbury, Marquis of Dum- 
fries and Lord Douglass, in England, aged 
86 years. He left, beside a large estate, 
personal property worth more than ;^5,ooo,- 
000; had no issue. American of 

Rebecca,. wife of William, at Newport, aged 
49 years. American of 

Sir John, a major general, the heroic defender 
of Acre, and conqueror of El Arich in 
Palestine and Egypt, in England. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. Richard, postmaster, at New London, 
aged 68 years. American of 

Lady, at London. Her clothes caught fire 
from a candle. American of 

William, and his wife. They were born the 
same hour, attended by the same midwife, 
baptized at same time in same church and 
have never been separated, married at 19 
and died at the age of 100 years and buried 
in one grave, at Lamark, Scot., 

Edward, son of William, of Newport, in 20th 
year, drowned from brig Maria, of Bristol, 
on passage to Matanzas, 

George, on Prudence Island, aged j6 )fears. 
He is survived by 5 brothers, eldest is 82, 
youngest 66. All his descendants, 18 in 



Aug. 5, 1830 

April 5, 1832 

March 22, 1831 



May 9, 1815 
Sept. 20, 1825 



Nov. I, 1828 
March 17, 1825 

May 3, 1816 

April 28, 1 8 12 

Feb. 22, 181 1 
Jan. 21, 1814 

May 31, 1814 

March 12, 1816 

May 23, 1817 

Dec. 14, 1817 
March 29, 182 1 



5^28 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DOUGLASS : 

number, have resided under his roof except 

one, May 9, 1823 

William, at Newport, in 73d year, Sept. 28, 1823 

Robert, executed at Bath, N. Y., for murder 

of Samuel H. Ives. His age was 24 years. 

American of May 24, 1825 

Capt. John, at Sterling, Ct., aged 79 years. 

American of July 12, 1825 

Joseph, at Jamestown, aged 79 years, Nov. 5, 1825 

William, on Prudence Island, aged 87 years. 

American of Feb. 15, 1831 

DOUSETT Minnie, at Glocester, Mass., aged 15 

years, from a bite of mad dog, Nov. 7, 18 13 

DOUVILLE Capt. Peter, of Savannah, Ga., for- 
merly of Providence, on board schooner 

Mary McKay, at Appalachichola, W. Fla., Oct. 2, 1825 

DOW Lorenzo. We hear this celebrated preacher 

has died in Mississippi Ter., where he had 

just removed his family. American of Dec. 16, 1808 

Peggy, wife of Lorenzo, at New Hebron, Ct,, Jan. 6, 1820 

Miss , passenger, killed by the explosion 

of a boiler on steamboat Gen. Jackson, on 

Hudson River. American of June 7i 183 [ 

DOWE Isaac, innholder, formerly of Boston, at 

Brunswick, Me., aged about 50 years, acci- 
dentally took two ounces of laudanum, 

lived about 20 minutes. American of May 28, 1822 

DOWNE Aaron, at lamworth, N. H, killed 

while helping raise a frame to a house; 

leaves wife and 8 children. American of Dec. 24, 181 6 

Leonard, formerly of Saco, Me, at Fitchburg, 

Mass., aged about 22 years, graduate of 

Harvard 1822, was found dead in bed, Nov. 29, 1824 

DOW LEY Catharine, wife of Michael, in this 

town, aged 43 years. American of Oct. 17, 181 5 

DOWNER Julius C, in this town, in 44th year, July 18, 1809 

DOWNES Charles, midshipman, of the frigate 

Guerriere, brother of Capt. John, U. S. 

Navy, in the Mediterranean. American of Dec. i, 1815 

Capt. , of U. S. Mediterranean Squad- 
ron. American of Dec. 24, 18 16 
Capt. , his reported death is contradicted. 

American of Jan. 3, 1817 

Frederick R., at Exeter, N. H., suicide. 

American of Sept. 20, 1831 

DOWNING Mrs. Ann, in 36th year, June 4, 1821 

Benjamin, son of Capt. Benjamin R., aged 4 

years, 9 months, drowned in Newport har- 
bor, Sept. I, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



129 



DOWNING Merebeth, at Newport, aged 60 
years, at the Asylum, 

Nathaniel, at Cranston, in 3d year, 
DOYLE John, in this town, in S3d year, Masonic 

honors, 
DRAKE John, in England, aged 69 years ; his 
brother Cornelius, aged 63 years, wished 
he might die too and he died two days af- 
terward ; they were both bachelors and 
had always lived together. American of 

M , at Boston, aged 37 years, 

DRAPER Sarah, wife of John, at Attleboro, in 
6 1 St year, 

Mrs. Sarah, at Attleboro, in 84th year, 

Aaron, at Providence, in 54th year, 

Josiah, at Attleboro, in 67th year, 

George Aaron, infant son of Henry S., aged 
17 months, 9 days, 

Alsey Almena, eldest daughter of Ebenezer 
2d., at Attleboro, in 14th year, 

Elizabeth, wife of John, Jr., and daughter of 
Capt. Jonathan Peck, of Cumberland, at 
Pawtucket, aged 26 years, 

Horace, at Attleboro, aged 26 years. Amer- 
ican of 

John, at Attleboro, in 68th year, 

Milla, wife of Samuel, of Attleboro, at Boston, 
aged 67 years, American of 

Isaac, at Attleboro, aged 88 years, 

Stephen, at Attleboro, in 84th year, 

Caroline Louisa, daughter of Henry S., aged 
2 years, 8 months, 

John, at Attleboro, in 42d year, 

Edwin, formerly of Providence, at Auburn, 
Oakland Co., Ga., in 28th year, 

Hannah M., at Attleboro, aged 25 years, 

Edward, infant son of N. S., at Providence, 
DRAYTON Hon. John, U. S. Dist. Judge of 
S. C, at Charleston, S. C, aged about 60 
years, 

Thomas, Esq., ot Charleston, S. C, at Phila- 
delphia. American of 
DRING Ruth, at Newport, aged 83 years. 
American of 

Mrs. Esther, wife of John, at Newport, in 
88th year. American of 

Nathaniel, formerly of Little Compton, at 
Newport, aged 62 years, 

Capt. Thomas, aged 67 years ; served in the 
Revolution and was a prisoner of war on 



Dec. 27, 1828 
July 20, 1832 

March i, i8i2 



Jan. 30, 1818 
Oct. 10, 1829 

March i, 1816 

Jan. 4, 1817 

July 8, 1818 

May 17, 1819 

July 30, 1820 

April 25, 1821 

Oct. 9, 1 82 1 

Jan. 17, 1823 
June 20, 1823 

May 7, 1824 

July 17, 1824 

March 15, 1825 

Sept. 22, 1826 
June 8, 1 83 1 

Aug. 18, 1 83 1 
April 19, 1832 
.Sept. 19, 1832 

Nov. 27, 1822 

May 31, 1825 

Aug. 2, 1816 

Aug. 22, 1820 

Feb. 7, 1823 



130 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



BRING: 

board the Jersey Prison ship, in New York 
harbor, 
Mary, widow of Capt. Thomas, in 70th year, 

DROCK John, aged about 23 years, at Newport, 
N. H. American of 

DROWNE Sophia, youngest daughter of Dr. 
Solomon, at Foster, 
Eliza, infant daughter of Col. Caleb, at Paw- 
tucket, aged 17 months, 
Daniel M., son of late Capt. Jesse, at Reho- 

both, aged 20 years, 
Albert W., youngest son of George F., in 5th 

year, 
Caroline M., daughter of Col. Caleb, at Paw- 
tucket, aged 2 years, 6 months, 
Lepha, at Rehoboth, aged 17 years, 

DROWN Stephen Brown, son of Capt. Jonathan, 
at Newport, 

DROWNE Sarah, wife of Solomon, and daughter 
of late James Martin, Esq., aged 37 years, 
at Barrington, 

DRUDGE Lieut. Isaac, at Sutton, Mass., aged 
78 years. American of 

DRUMMOND Catharine, widow of William, at 
Newport, aged 74 years, 

DRURY Sally, wife of Dr. John, at Marblehead, 
aged 44 years. American of 
Dr. John, at Marblehead, formerly of this 

place, aged 63 years. American of 
Samuel S., son of late Dr. John, of Marble- 
head, at Bristol, aged 25 years, 
Lydia Potter DeWolfe, wife of Luke, Esq., 
collector of the port, and eldest daughter 
of Capt. Levi DeWolfe, at Bristol, 

DRYER William, at Rehoboth, in 97th year. 
American of 

DUBOSQ Capt. Peter, at Johnston, at an ad- 
vanced age, was a native of France, 

DUCHOQUET Francis, at Cumberland, Md. 
Was an Indif.n trader and interpreter. He 
ransomed Charles Johnsons from the In- 
dians in 1790 ; at the time of his death he 
was on a mission from Wapaghkonctia to 
Washington. American of 

DUCKWORTH Admiral, Sir John T. G. C. B., 
and Admiral of the White, Commander at 
Plymouth, in England, at Plymouth. 
American of 
Robert C, son of Rowland, at Providence, 



March 8, 1825 
Jan. 27, 1832 

Aug. 26, 1825 

Aug. 30, 1 816 

Oct. I, 1819 

March 3, 1822 

Nov. 17, 1824 

June 20, 1827 
Nov. 26, 1828 

July 7, 1829 

March 3, 1831 
Sept. 21, 1824 
March r, 1824 

May 23, 1820 
Sept. 12, 1823 

July II, 1824 

May 16, 1825 

June 18, 1816 

Aug. 2, 1820 



Julys, 1832 



Oct. 21, 1817 
■ May 24, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



131 



DUCLOUX Miss Jeannette, aged 107 years, at 
Toulouse, France. American of 

DUCOS Roger, one of the regicides of Louis 
XVI, in France, from a fall from a car- 
riage. American of 1 

DUDLEY Lieut. , at Port Mahan, about 

James A., U. S. Navy, in Tunis. American 

of 
Thomas, massacred by the Indians. Amer- 
ican of 

DUFF John, at Philadelphia, formerly of Boston 
Theatre, 

DUFONT Count St. Martin, in England. Had 
represented Sardinia at the English Court 
for over 30 years, 

DUFOUR Dr. , an eminent French Physi- 
cian, at Paris, France. He with 50 other 
doctors were at dinner on anniversary of 
St. Luke when he was stricken and died in 
a few minutes ; was in 66th year. Amer- 
ican of 

DUGARN John, at Plymouth, Eng., a pilot on a 
man-of-war. Had been married six months ; 
on his return from a voyage he became 
jealous of his wife and shot her dead and 
then killed himself. American of 

DUICK Betsey Sanford, daughter of Oliver, at 
Newport, aged 51 years, 

DUKE (colored), aged about 47 years, very sud- 
denly in the street, 

DULL Miss , killed by lightning, while spin- 
ning at her wheel, in Pennsylvania. Amer- 
ican of 

DULOFF Rebecca, widow at Meredith, N. H., 
aged 10 1 years, American of 

DUMENT Stephen, of Geneva, the author, at 
Milan, in 70th year. American of 

DUMOLIN John, Esq., attorney at law, at New 
Orleans. American of 

DUMMER Hon. Nathaniel, at Hallowell, Me., 
in 60th year, suddenly. American of 

DUNBAR Mrs. Hannah, at Newport, in 78th 
year, 
Eunice, wife of Robert, at Newport, aged 66 

years. American of 
Robert, formerly of Newport, at Bristol, aged 

about 68 years, 
Peter, at Alexandria, aged 35 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Shubael, at Wrentham, aged about 35 years, 



Dec. 2, 1817 

June 14, 1816 
May 31, 1817 

Feb. 17, 1817 

June 21, 1825 

April 28, 183 1 

Nov. 4, i8i2 



Dec. 28, 1821 

Aug. 3, 1810 
Dec. 10, 1821 
Sept. 9, 1 82 1 

Aug. 13, 1824 

Oct. 16, 1829 

Dec. I, 1829 

Sept. 6, 1825 

Sept. 26, 181 5 

Dec. 24, 1 810 

March 14, 1820 

May 8, 1821 

July 13, 1 82 1 
March 29, 1829 



132 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DUNBAR Melzar, at Hingham, aged 75 years, a 

Revolutionary pensioner. American of 
Harriet, wife of John, at Yarmouth, aged 45 

years. American of 
DUNCAN Thomas, at New Bedford, in 21st 

year. American of 
Miss Elizabeth, at Newport, at an advanced 

age. American of 
Capt. W. R., U. S. Artillery, at Carlisle, 

Penn., aged 25 years. American of 
Abner L., Esq., attorney at law, at New Or- 
leans, aged 43 years. American of 
John M., A. B., at Glasgow, Scot., in 31st 

year, 
DUNDAS Hon. Robert, Lord Chief Baron of 

the Court of Exchequer of Scotland, in 

England. American of 
DUNHAM Susan, infant daughter of Rufus W., 

in this town, 
Parmentio Shaw, son of William W., in this 

town, aged i year, 7 months, 
Jesse, jr., at Newport, in i8th year. Amer- 
ican of 
Major Daniel Otis, at New Orleans, aged 24 

years, late aide to Maj. Gen. Mcintosh, of 

the Georgia Militia. American of 
Capt. Benjamin, formerly of Newport, in this 

town, in 92d year, 
William G., son of William W., formerly of 

this town, at Zanesville, O., aged 10 years. 

American of 
Robert, at Newport, at an advanced age. 

American of 
Elizabeth, widow of Robert, at Newport, in 

7Sth year. American of 
William, son of Robert, at Newport, m 13th 

year, 
Peleg K., U. S. Navy, at Newport, aged 26 

years. American of 
Joseph, at Taunton, aged 49 years, 
David, merchant, drowned in the Hudson, on 

his passage from Albany to New York. 

The sudden swing of the boom knocked 

him overboard. American of 
David, Esq., who was drowned in North 

River in March last, has been found and 

conveyed to New York for burial. Amer- 
ican of 
Ann Elizabeth, wife of Robert, at Newport, 

in 5 2d year. American of 



Sept. 25, 1829 
May 17, 1831 
May 17, 1816 
Feb. 3, 1818 
June 6, 1820 
Feb. 6, 1824 
Oct. 2, 1825 

Sept. 7, 1 8 19 
Sept. 19, 1810 

July 28, 181 1 
Nov. 16, 1813 

Sept. 8, 1 81 5 
Jan. 12, 1816 

Oct. 25, t8i6 

Jan. 15, 1819 

Sept. 8, 1820 

April 8, 1 82 1 

Aug. 27, 1822 
Oct. 20, 1822 

April 8, 1823 

June 10, 1823 
July I, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



133 



DUNHAM Robert, at Newport, aged 24 years. 
American of 
Hannah, widow of Charles C, of Newport, at 
Apponaug, in 61 st year, 
DUNN Samuel, Jr., eldest son of Samuel, of 
Boston, aged 24 years, in London, 
Samuel, Esq., at Boston, aged 67 years, 
Sarah, widow of Samuel, Esq., at Boston, 

aged 58 years. American of 
Capt. Bernon, in 6sth year (Masonic honors), 
Thomas, sergeant-at-arms. House of Repre- 
sentatives of the United States at Wash- 
ington, in Maryland. American of 
Ann, daughter of late Capt. Bernon, in 34th 

year, 
John, aged about 30 years. 

Col. superintendent of the Harper's 

Ferry Armory, Va., shot by Cox. 

American of 
Mrs. Elizabeth, at Salem, aged 19 years. 
American of 

Mr. , murdered by Ebenezer Cox, who 

was executed for the crime at Williams- 
port, Va. American of 
Bernon, in 28th year, 
DUNNELL Solomon, at Millbury, aged 78 years ; 
was under Stark at Bennington and at 
Yorktown ; served near 5 years in the Con- 
tinental Army. American of 
DUNNING David, executed at Goshen, N. Y., 
for murder of Richard Jennings. Amer- 
ican of • 
John, from a premature discharge of a can- 
non, at Washington, D. C, 
DUNSANBY Second Baron of Ireland, at Brus- 
sels, aged 86 years. American of 
DUNTON Levi, at Leicester, in i6th year, sud- 
denly. American of 
DUNWELL Eliza, wife of John, and daughter 
of Stephen Wardwell, in this town, in 32d 
year. American of 
Mrs. Sarah, in 77th year, 
DUNWOODY James, at Mobile, aged 65 years, 
DUPEE Madeline, in France, aged 100 years, 6 
months. She had by her husband 22 sons, 
19 of whom fell in the army. American 
of 
DUPLESSIX Rear Admiral Mauduit, at Paris, 
France, from a bite of a mad dog, Amer- 
ican of 



Oct. 10, 1826 

Aug. 22, 1830 

June 24, 1815 
Nov. 28, 1815 

April 13, 1819 
Jan. 23, 1823 

Oct. IS, 1824 

Aug. 19, 1826 
Dec. 24, 1828 

March 26, 1830 
June 25, 1830 



Sept. 7, 1830 
Feb. 9, 1 83 1 



Aug. 6, 1830 

May 7, 1 819 

July 4, 1830 

June 22, 1 82 1 

Aug. 21, 1829 



Oct. 14, 1 817 
April 12, 1827 
Aug. 21, 1825 



Dec. 18, 1818 
Sept. 13, 1825 



134 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



DUPUIS John Lewis, a pirate and murderer, 
executed at New Providence, W. I., 

DURALDE Mrs. , wife of Martin, Esq., and 

daughter of Hon. Henry Clay, at New Or- 
leans, 
DURFEE Alice, daughter of Thomas, aged 2^ 
years, drowned near Stone Bridge, 
Job, Esq., at Portsmouth, in 78th year, 
Charles, Esq., at Troy, Mass., in sist year, 
Miss Susannah, at Pawtucket, aged 25 years, 
Harriet, aged about 19 years, found in the 
dock at Bristol, probably a suicide, 

, son of Wanton, of Tiverton, aged 14 

years, drowned in the creek near Stone 
Bridge. American of 
Sarah, widow of Ezekiel, in 76th year. 
Hon. Thomas, Chief Justice, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, Newport County, 
Charles Allison, son of Charles, Esq., at Tiv- 
erton, aged about 5 years, 
James, at Portsmouth, innkeeper, aged 54 
years, 
DURKEE Lydia, daughter of Thomas, at Mon- 
tague, Mass., aged 18 years, suddenly; 
her remams were stolen from the tomb and 
caused great excitement in the country, 
DURHAM John, at Baltimore, of hydrophobia, 
was bitten 9 weeks previously. American 
of 

DURYEE , a quartermaster, killed from a 

kick of a horse, caused by a fire cracker 
thrown at him by a boy July 4. Ameri- 
can of 
DUTILH John A., Esq., merchant, at Philadel- 
phia. American of 
BUTTON Hon. James, Lord Sherbourne. 
American of 
George, only son of Evelyn, aged 2| years, 
burnt to death by his clothes taking fire, at 
Wallingford, Mass. American of 
Rev. Matthew Rice, professor of mathema- 
tics and natural philosophy in Yale Col- 
lege, at New Haven, aged 42 years. 
American of 
DUVAL Capt. Daniel, aged 40 years, sheriff of 
the county, at Mobile, native of Rhode 
Island, 
Col. Edmund B., only son of the Judge, of 
Maryland, at Philadelphia, in 43d year, 



July s, 18.19 



Sept. 18, 1825 

Sept. 29, 1809 

Sept. 4, 1 8 10 

Feb. I, 1812 

April 24, 1 81 5 

June 16, 1822 



Jan. 30, 1824 
Jan. 18, 1825 

Jan. 17, 1829 

March 3, 1829 

March 22, 1830 

Feb. 12, 1 83 1 
Aug. 6, 1822 

July 14, 1820 
Sept. 9, 1823 
July 28, 1820 

June 7, 1825 

July 26, 1825 

April 18, 1824 
Feb. 5, 1 83 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



135 



DUVIS Chevalier Morenny; has been Spanish 
minister to Stockholm for 40 years, in 
Sweden. American of ^ 

DWELLY Daniel, at Tiverton, aged 92 years, 8 

months, 
DWIGHT Sarah Howell, at Boston, aged 2 
years, 5 months, only daughter of G. L., 

Rev. Timothy, D. D., president of Yale Col- 
lege, in 6sth year, and 22d of his presi- 
dency, at New Haven, 

Mrs. Lucia, wife of William, Jr., of and at 
Thompson, Ct., in 28th year, 

Hon. Thomas, at Springfield, Mass., aged 63 
years, formerly a member of Congress and 
of governor's council, 

Sarah Howell, infant daughter of Gamaliel 
L., aged 4 months, 17 days, 

Justus, Esq , at Belchertown, Mass., aged 35 
years, 

Sarah Howell, infant daughter of Gamaliel 
L., Esq., 

Gamaliel L., Esq., at Louisville, Ky., of the 
fever, 

Henry Edwin, at Cooperstown, N. Y., aged 
48 years, youngest son of Hon. Timothy, of 
Northampton, Mass., and brother of late 
Dr. Dwight, of Yale College. American 
of 
DWYER William; killed his wife, committed 
suicide in jail while awaiting trial. Amer- 
ican of 
DYCKMAN Jacob, M. D., at Kingsbridge, N. 
Y., commissioner of health, &c. American 
of 
DYER Andrew, son of Rufus, at Cranston, in 
1 6th year ; a limb falling from a tree struck 
him on the head, he lived about 24 hours, 

Oliver, printer, at Wyndham, Ct, in 28th 
year, 

Capt. Henry, U. S. Army, at Wyndham, Ct., 
aged 35 years. American of 

Hannah, wife of Olney, in this town, in 4Sth 
year, 

John, at Johnston, in 80th year. American of 

Jabez, at Wyndham, Ct., aged 34 years, sud- 
denly. American of 

James L., son of Aaron F., at Newport, in 
19th year. . American of 

Joseph, at Newport, in 76th year. American 
of 



Aug. 13, 1824 
Dec. 21, 1820 
Sept. 5, 181 5 

Jan. II, 1817 
April 7, 1 8 17 

Jan. 2, 1819 

Oct. 27, 1819 

July 27, 1824 

Jan. 5, 1822 

Oct. 9, 1822 

June 14, 1825 

Sept. 27, 1 83 1 

Dec. 17, 1822 

Nov. II, 1808 

March 10, 1809 

April 5, 1814 

Aug. 7, 1815 
June 24, 1817 

July II, 1817 

Oct. 23, 1818 

Oct. IS, 1819 



136 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

DYER John, of Cranston, in 82d year, at the late 

residence of Amos Lockwood, in Warwick; 

had been a member of the Johnston Baptist 

Church nearly 50 years, Dec. 10, 18 19 

George, at Wyndham, Ct.. formerly a mer- 
chant, at Providence, aged about 45 years. 

American of July 27, 1821 

John Perrin, youngest son of Olney, Dec. 9, i82r 

DYRE Aaron B., of Newport, merchant, at 

Georgetown, S. C, Jan. 30, 1822 

DYER Mrs. Phebe, at Cranston, aged 69 years, May 5, 1822 

DYRE William M., native of Newport, at 

Charleston, S. C, aged 27 years, Sept. 6, 1822 

DYER Charles, at Cranston, in 8ist year, Aug. 14, 1823 

Albert Francis, son of Paris, aged 2 years, 6 

months, Sept. 14, 1823 

Almira, daughter of Olney, aged 24 years, April 23, 1824 

Thomas, formerly of Providence, at Milledge- 

ville, Ga., of the fever, in 50th year, Sept. 12, 1825 

Sarah, at Newport, in i6th year, Nov. 16, 1825 

John, formerly of Johnston, at Warwick, 

aged 47 years, March 21, 1826 

Cyrus, Jr., infant son of Cyrus, Dec. 19, 1826 

George Frederick, son of Paris, aged 2 years, 

5 months, Nov. 3, 1827 

Harriet, wife of Benjamin, Jr., daughter of 

Major Alexander Adie, in 24th year, Feb. 5, 1828 

Abby Pearce, infant daughter of Benjamin, 

Jr., aged 11 months, 6 days, July 28, 1828 

Capt. Ezra, of sloop Trial, of Belfast, drowned 

at wharf in Boston ; was between 40 and 

50 years, Oct. 9, 1829 

Abigail, wife of Dr. Benjamin, in 67th year, April 21; 1831 

Lieut. Asa, at Weymouth, an officer in the 

Revolution, aged 93 years. American of May 10, 1831 

Dr. Benjamin, in 63d year. May 15, 1831 

Col. Lucius, formerly of Providence, at New 

York, aged 45 years, Aug. 3, 1832 

DYKE Ann Frances, infant daughter of Albyn 

v., Dec. 27, 1825 

Helen, infant daughter of Albyn V., Oct. 19, 1828 

DYKES William H., at Boston, at the Alms- 
house ; for some years of the Providence 

Theatrical Company. American of July 25, 1823 

Sally, daughter of Peter, at Cranston, aged 6 

years. May 28, 1831 

DWYER , shot in the street by Thomas P. 

Paul after a short altercation, at Nashville, 

Tenn. American of Oct. 31, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS I37 



EAGER Abigail, wife of Col. William, at North- 
bridge, Mass., aged 44 years. American of March 4, 1825 
EAGLE George, aged 48 years, drowned in the 

canal near Norristown, Penn., " April 18, 1832 

George, at Norristown, Penn., aged 48 years, 

drowned, April 18, 1832 

EAKIN Martha, at Carew, Irel., aged 104 years. 

She carried to her grave a portion of her 

wedding dress, made more than 80 years 

before. American of June 17, 18 14 

EAMES Jacob, at Boston, a graduate of R. I. 

College American of May 18, 18 10 

EARLE Mary, wife of Thomas, at Newport, in 

65th year, Aug. 11, 1811 

Cudgo (colored), in 72d year, Feb. 21, 1812 

Sarah, daughter of Capt. Oliver, in this town, 

aged 2 years, May 9, 1813 

EARL Capt. John, at Smithfield, in 78th year. May 20, 1816 

EARLE Capt. John, in this town, aged 65 years, 

suddenly, Nov. 9, 1816 

Oliver, infant son of Capt. Oliver, aged 12 

months. American of June 27, 1817 

Martha S., daughter of the late Capt. William, 

Jr., at Providence, aged 20 years, Dec. 18, 1817 

Thomas, at Leicester, Mass., Society of 

Friends, aged 83 years. American of April 13, 1819 

Timothy, at Leicester, Mass., Society of 

Friends, aged 41 years. American of April 13, 18.19 

Lucinda Fowler, aged 19 months, daughter 

of late Joseph, at Seekonk, Dec. 24, 1820 

Col. Elias, at Centreville, in Pendleton Dist., 

S. C; was for many years member of both 

House and Senate of South Carolina and 

House of Representatives at Washington. 

American of July 4, 1823 

Elvira, wife of George, at Leicester, Mass., 

aged 23 years. American of Feb. 17, 1824 
Capt. Oliver, in 5 5th year (Marine and Ma- 
sonic honors), July 5, 1824 
Thomas J., in 2Sth year, June 6, 1826 
, killed by Thomas Purdy, near Elbridge, 

Onondaga Co., N. Y., June 9, 1826 

Mary F., daughter of John Milton Earle, at 

Worcester, aged i month, Aug. 25, 1826 



138 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



EARLE George Clarke, infant son of Benjamin, 
aged 6 months, 
Capt. John, at Portsmouth, aged 92 years, an 

officer of the Revolution, 
Susan Maria, infant daughter of John, 
Abby, widow of Thomas J., aged 26 years. 
Flora, widow of Cudgo (colored), aged 85 

years, 
Pliney, at Leicester, Mass., aged 70 years. 
Society of Friends ; was the first to make 
cotton machine cards, 
EARLY Rev. William, Methodist, at Newark, 
Del., 
Hon. Peter, in Georgia. American of 

, murdered by Isaac B. Desha, at San 

Felipe de Austin, Texas. American of 
EARNEST George, native of Lunenburg, N. S., 

at South Boston. American of 
EARNSHEY Susan, wife of Thomas, daughter 
of late Rev. William Moore, at Newport, 
aged 63 years. American of 
Ei\ST Sarah, widow of William, at Newport, 
aged 68 years. American of 
William, at Newport, aged 69 years. Amer- 
ican of 
EASTBURN Rev. James Wallis, son of James, 
of New York, late minister at St. George's, 
Accomack, Va., at sea, on passage to St. 
Croix, where he was going for his health, 
aged 22 years, 
EASTERBROOK David, at New Orleans, in 23d 

year, 
EASTERBROOKS Mrs. Hannah, in this town, 
in 69th year. American of 

EASTERBROOK Lieut. , of the British 

Army, with his wife and two children lost 
in the shipwreck of ship Sea Fox, off Sandy 
Hook, 
EASTERBROOKS John, at Warren, aged 42 
years, 
Susan, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, at War- 
ren, in 4th year. American of 
Mary, daughter of late John ,at Warren, in 

8th year, 
Mary, daughter of John, at Warren, in 8th 

year, 
Patience, wife of Jonathan, at Bristol, aged 36 

years, 
Mary, widow of Benjamin, at Bristol Asylum, 
aged 60 years. 



Oct. 22, 1826 

March 28, 1827 

March 15, 1830 

May 30, 183 1 

Jan. 13, 1832 



Nov. 29, 1832 

June I, 1821 
Sept. 12, 1817 

Nov. 14, 1828 

Oct. 13, 1829 

Sept. 13, 1825 
March 20, 1827 
March 14, 1826 



Dec. 2, 1819 
Aug. 8, 1 81 5 
April I, 1817 

Oct. 27, 1821 
Feb. 27, 1824 
June 10, 1825 
July 13, 1826 
July 13, 1826 
April 4, 1 827 
Feb. 27, 183 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



139 



EASTMAN Nathan, at Ashford, Ct., aged 58 
years. American of 
Jonathan, Esq., at New York, aged 40 years 
Was a native of Amherst, Mass., graduated 
at Yale 1 81 1. American of 
EASTON Sarah, wife of Collin, Esq., of Isle of 
St. Croix, in this town, and was buried in 
the Tillinghast Burial Ground, 

Norman, in this town, in 30th year. 

Dr. I'eter, at Nantucket, aged 51 years. 
American of 

Mrs. Dorcas, at Newport, Society of Friends, 
m 76th year. American of 

Peter, of Nantucket, son of John, of Newport, 
at Philadelphia, in 34th year. American of 

Hannah, wife of Nicholas, at Newport, in 
79th year, 

John, at Newport, 

Mrs. Phebe, at North Providence, in 80th 
year, 

Nicholas, Esq., aged 73 years, formerly mem- 
ber of General Assembly, 

Mrs. Sarah, daughter of late Jonathan Easton, 
at Portsmouth, aged 70 years, 

Nicholas, mate of ship Zone, of Nantucket, 
drowned off coast of Peru, 
EATH FORTH John, drowned in the bay by up- 
setting of a boat, 
EATON Benjamin, at Sullivan, Me., aged 60 
years. American of 

Eliza, wife of Dr. William P., of Norwich, at 
Plainfield, Ct., aged 25 years. American of 

Margaret W., wife of Joseph, Esq., and 
daughter of Christopher Mardenborough, 
Esq., late of the Island of St. Christopher^s, 
at Plainfield, Ct.. 

Timothy Dwight, son of Prof. Amos, at Troy, 
N. Y., in 2 1st year, 

Job, at Wentworth, N H., aged 68 years ; 
was threshing with a young man when he 
fell dead. American of 

, at Derry, N. H., suicide. American of 

John H., at New York, aged 22 years, for- 
merly of Providence, 
EAYRES Mrs. Ann, formerly of Boston, at 
Philadelphia, sister of Rev. Mr. Edes of 
this town. American of 
EBELING Prof. C. D., at Hamburg, Ger., aged 
76 years ; noted for his knowledge of Geog- 
raphy. American of 



Jan. Q, 1824 

Sept. 10, 1830 

June 15, 1810 
Oct. 29, 1813 

Oct. 10, 1817 

Feb. 3, 1818 

Aug. 20, 1819 

March 5, 1823 
Aug. 21, 1823 

Aug. 4, 1825 
Nov. 28, 1825 

Nov. 3, 1827 

July — , 1828 

Sept. 14, 1817 

March 8, 1822 

Sept. 2, 1825 

Oct. 6, 1826 
Nov. 14, 1828 

Dec. 24, 1830 
Sept. 20, 1 83 1 

July 18, 1832 

Feb. 7, 1817 

Sept. 26, 1 817 



140 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ECKFORD John H., son of Henry, aged 22 

years, at New York, 
ECKLEY Rev. Dr. Joseph, senior pastor of Old 
South Church, Boston, aged 61 years. 
American of 
ECTH FORTH George, in 32d year, 
EDDY Eliza, daughter of Capt. Enos, at Warren, 
in loth year. American of 

Joseph, in 64th year, in this town, 

James, son of Samuel, Esq., aged 12 years, 
in this town, 

Frances P.. daughter of Samuel, at Cranston, 
aged 13 months. American of 

Selena, wife of Thomas, at Warwick, in 30th 
year, 

Phebe, eldest daughter of Rev. Michael, at 
Newport, in 23d year, 

Ann, wife of Samuel, Esq., Secretary of 
State, in her 2gth year, 

Stephen W., son of Barnard, in this town. 

Dr. John Mathewson, of Providence, at Ha- 
vana, where he had gone for his health. 
American of 

Betsey, wife of Barnard, aged about 60 years, 

Mary Ann, only daughter of the late Dr. 
John M., aged 19 months, 20 days, 

Comfort, at an advanced age, 

Ann Almy, daughter of Comfort, aged 7 
months, 2 days, 

Esek, in 89th year, 

Jeremiah, in 6ist year, 

•Vlary, wife of Comfort, in 23d year, 

Lydia, wife of Benjamin, in 8ist year. 

Miss Martha, in 40th year, 

Capt. John, at Dudley, Mass., aged 72 years, 

Nathan, at Foster, in 39th year, 

George, in 42d year, 

Capt. George, aged about 52 years, 

Zachariah, son of Hon. Samuel, in 6th year, 

Lydia, wife of Hezekiah, of Swanzey, at Bris- 
tol, aged 72 years, 

Capt. Daniel, master of sloop Sally, of Taun- 
ton, at sea, on passage from Newburn, N. 
C, aged 37 years, 

Alpheus, son of Comfort, aged 2 months, 7 
days, 

Ann Eliza, aged 20 years, 

Caleb, Jr., of Warren, was drowned on the 
coast of Chili, with the rest of the boat's 
crew while in pursuit of a whale. 



Feb. 7, 1828 

May 7, 181 1 
June 6, 1831 

Dec. 13, 1808 
Sept. 12, 1809 

July II, 1814 

Aug. 15, 1815 

Feb. 2, 1816 

May 30, i8i6 

Feb. II, 1817 
April II, 1817 



May 23, 1817 
May 24, 1817 

Oct. I, 1818 
Feb. 22, 1819 



Aug. 16, 

Aug. 23, 

Aug. 25, 

Aug. 25, 

Sept. 25, 

Dec. 15, 

Jan. 20, 

May 17, 

June 21, 

Jan. 22, 

Jan. 25, 



1820 
1820 
1820 
1820 
1820 
1820 
1821 
1821 
1821 
1822 
1822 



March 21, 1822 



July I, 1822 

July 28, 1822 
Feb. 9, 1823 



April 2, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



Ul 



EDDY Samuel, late of this town, at Smithfield, 
aged about 47 years, 

Moses, Esq., after a protracted illness, 

Stephen Gano, son of Barnard, aged 17 
months, 7 days, 

Lieut. Jonas, at Oxford, Mass., aged 79 years, 

Ephraim D., at Nashville, Tenn., suddenly, 

M ary, widow of Esek, in 88th year, 

Henry James, second son of Richard, aged 2 
years, 4 months, 

Ruth, wife of Ezra, at Taunton, aged 64 
years, 

Martha, daughter of late Samuel, formerly of 
Providence, at Smithfield, in i8th year, 

Eliza, wife of Thomas, and daughter of Nich- 
olas Hoppin, at Attleboro, in 39th year, 

Sophia, daughter of Samuel, in i6th year, at 
Smithfield, Mass. American of 

Montgomery, son of Capt. Caleb, of Warren, 
at Trinidad, Cuba, in 29th year, 

Frances N. Carolina, infant daughter of Jo- 
siah I., 

Thomas, at New York, in 70th year, 

Peleg, in 66th year. 

Eliza Ann, daughter of Comfort, aged 9 
months, 

Joseph Bartlett, eldest son of Joseph, Jr., 
aged 2 years, 3 months, at North Provi- 
dence, 

Sarah, wife of Ezra, aged 42 years, 

Ebenezer, at Heath, Mass., aged 93 years; 
was a soldier in the second French and 
Indian war ; was in the Nova Scotia expe- 
dition which left Boston May 20, 1755, 
under command of Generals Monckton and 
Winslow; was aged 18 years and served 
the entire Revolutionary war. American 
of 

Mary Anne, widow of Dr. John M., at Cum- 
berland, aged 40 years, daughter of John 
S. Dexter. American of 

Jonathan, Esq., at Glocester, in 76th year, 
EDELY Deborah, wife of Capt. John, at Dud- 
ley, Mass., aged 59 years. American of 
EDES Benjamin F., surviving partner of Edes 
and Potter, at Savannah, Ga., aged 33 
^ears, native of Boston, Mass, American of 

Richard W., editor of Florida Gazette, native 
of Bangor, Me., at St. Augustine. Ameri- 
can of 



June 3, 1823 
Aug. 30, 1823 

Aug. I, 1825 

Dec. 9, 1825 

March :, 1S26 

April 12, 1826 

July 8, 1826 

Sept. 9, 1 826 

Nov. 13, 1826 

Jan. 21, 1827 

Feb. 13, 1827 

May 29, 1827 

June 13, 1827 
Sept. 16, 1827 
Dec. 26, 1827 

Aug. 10, 1828 



Nov. 22, 1829 
April 21, 1830 



Aug. 24, 1830 

Oct. 12, 1830 
July IS, 1832 

May 23, 1815 
Oct. 22, 1819 
Nov, 13, 1 82 1 



142 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



EDES , was murdered in his own home in 

Pike Co., Ala. American of 
Peter, formerly publisher of Newburyport 
Gazette, at Baltimore. American of 
EDGAR John, mother native of Ireland, at War- 
ren ; he took a bad cold from exposure 
during the great gale of Sept. 23 from 
which he did not recover, 

EDGERT , son of Capt. , perished with 

cold and exposure on board the schooner 
Richmond, which struck on a bar near 
Smith's Inlet ; was on her passage from 
Richmond to New York. The cook and a 
student also perished. American of 
EDGERTON Erastus, son of Capt. Daniel, at 
Tolland, Ct., aged 22 years. A long obitu- 
- — ary follows ending by saying he became 
despondent and committed suicide by hang- 
ing, 
Lucy F"ales, at Hawley, aged 12 years. 
American of 

ED SON Miss , at Stafford, from having 

eaten wild parsnip. American of 
Calvin, " the living skeleton." American of 
EDMONDS Samuel, at Hudson, N. Y., in 85th 
year, one of the town founders. American 
of 
EDMUNDS Hannah, widow of Capt. Robert, at 
Warwick, in 31st year, 
John, at Charlestown, aged 56 years. Ameri- 
can of 
EDWARDS Thomas, formerly of Baltimore, at 
Bristol, aged 36 years. American of 
Lieut. John Jones, U. S. Navy, in 22d year. 
In the Naval Battle of Sept. 10, 1813, he 
greatly distinguished himself; at Erie, Penn. 
American of 
Edward, Esq., Admiral of the White, in Eng- 
land. American of 
Hepzebah, widow of Joseph, formerly book- 
seller at Cornhill, Boston, aged 103 years. 
American of 
John, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 

schooner Quaker, 
Edward, formerly of Boston, aged 33 years, 

very suddenly, 
Benjamin, at Scituate, in 24th year. 
Col. Peter, at Statesburgh, S. C, aged 35 

years. American of 
Thomas, murdered by his slaves, in Virginia. 
American of 



Oct. 26, 1830 
March i, 1831 

Nov. 15, 1815 

Nov. 10, 1815 

April 24, 1809 

March i, 1831 

May 5, 1815 
Oct. 2, 1832 

Nov. 29, 1 8 16 
Feb. 14, 1825 

Aug. 30, 1830 
July 16, 181 1 

April 26, 1814 
July 4, 1815 

Dec. 30, 1817 

March 6, 1820 

Aug. 6, 1820 
June 23, 1823 

Oct. 10, 1823 

March 18, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS I43 

EDWARDS Abial, widow of John, at Cranston, 

aged 85 years, April 22, 1825 

Hon. Pierpont, U. S. District Judge for Con- 
necticut ; was born at Northampton, Mass., 

April, 1750 ; was youngest and last surviv- 
ing child of Jonathan ; at Bridgewater, 

Conn., April 5, 1826 
Halsey H., infant son of John, at Warwick, Sept. 3, 1827 
, formerly editor of Bristol Observer, 

perished in the burning of the Royal Bruns- 
wick Theatre, London, Feb. 28, 1828 
John H., son of Samuel T., at Pawtucket, 

aged 14 months, Jan. 11, 1829 

William, resident of Boston, aged 30 years, 

at the U. S. Marine Hospital, Chelsea. 

American of Oct. 13, 1829 

Sophia, daughter of Joseph, at Rochester, 

Mass., aged 18 years. American of Oct. 30, 1829 

EICHELBERGER George, aged 80 years, at 

Harrisburgh, Penn., soldier of the Revolu- 
tion. American of Dec. 28, 1832 
EELLS Nathaniel, printer, aged 24 years, for- 
merly editor of Connecticut Gazette, at 

Charleston, S. C. American of Oct. 10, 1 809 

EFRENCH Lord, in England, a suicide, shot 

himself. American of April 14, 1815 

EGAN Judeth, infant child of Matthew, Oct. 16, 1822 

Rev. Michael Du Bourg, nephew of the 

Catholic Bishop of Philadelphia, and late 

president of Mount St. Mary's Seminary, 

Emmetsburg, Md., at Marseilles, France, 

in 29th year. May 29, 1829 

EGGLESTON Azariah, Esq., at Lenox, Mass., 

aged 68 years, soldier of the Revolution. 

American of Feb. 12, 1822 

Nancy, drowned off Cornfield Point, L. I. 

Sound, from sloop Mary, in collision with 

sloop Gold Huntress, Jan. 21, [825 

ELAM Samuel, member Society of Friends, at 

Portsmouth, aged 65 years, a native of 

Leeds, Eng., but has resided for the last 

50 years in Rhode Island ; had been a 

member of the General Assembly, Oct. 25, 1813 

ELDERKIN George Henry, son of Capt. 

Eleazer, in this town, aged 5 months, 24 

days, June 17, 1816 

Capt. Eleazer, aged 55 years, Sept. 21, 1829 

ELDRED James, at North Kingstown, in 78th 

year. American of April 24, 181S 



lU 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ELDRED Louisa, wife of Capt. William, at 
Wickford, aged 28 years, 
Mehitable, wife of John, Esq., at Jamestown, 

aged 66 years. American of 
Sarah, wife of Robert, at Wickford, in 70th 
year, 
ELDREDGE Seth, at North Kingstown, aged 
about 36 years, perished in the public road, 
near Wickford, during the snow storm of 
Capt. Ezra, formerly of Yarmouth, Mass., at 

Providence, aged 28 years, 
Abner, 2d mate of brig John Decatur, at sea, 
of fever. American of 
ELDRICH George Leonard, son of George (col- 
ored), aged 3 years, at Warwick, 
Julia, daughter of George (colored), aged 7 

years, at Warwick, 
Hannah Ann Frances, daughter of George 
(colored), at Warwick, aged 5 years, 
ELIOT Rev. John, D. D., A. A. S., S. S. H., 
&c., at Boston, pastor of the new religious 
society, in 59th year, and 34th of his min- 
istry, 
ELIOTl" Rev. Richard R., at Watertown, Mass., 

aged 66 years, American of 
ELIZABETH Princess, daughter of the Duke 
and Duchess of Clarence, and one of the 
heirs to the British throne. American of 
ELIZABETH widow of the Emperor of Russia. 

American of 
ELLENBORO Lady, wife of the Chief Justice, 
and sister of Lord Castlereagh. American 
of 
ELLERY Clarrissa, wife of Christopher, Esq., 
at Cranston, in 40th year, 
Catherine Matilda, daughter of Edmund T., 
at Worcester, aged 17 years, formerly of 
Newport, 
Abigail, wife of William, Jr., Esq., at New- 
port, in 39th year. American of 
William, Esq., at Newport, in 94th year, " One 
of the Signers.'' He sat reading his favorite 
author Cicero when he fell from his chair 
and died, 
Abraham R., Esq., attorney at law, formerly 
of Newport, at Bay of St. Louis. Ameri- 
can of 
Abraham Redwood, Esq., native of Newport, 
in Louisiana, an obituary from Columbian 
Sentinel. American of 



Aug. 30, 1 82 1 

March 29, 1825 

Dec. 6, 1832 

Jan. 22, 1815 
March 5, 1826 
Sept. 21, 1830 
Jan. 15, 1816 
Jan. 16, 1816 
Jan. 18, 1816 

Feb. 14, 1813 
Oct. 27, 1818 

May II, 1821 
July 14, 1826 

May 7, 1819 
May 28, 18 r I 

Feb. 12, 1818 
April 21, 1818 

Feb. 15, 1820 
Dec. 12, 1820 
Jan. 12, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 145 

ELDRED Capt. Thomas, formerly of Newport, 

at London, in 73d year, Feb. 15, 1819 

ELLERY Abraham Redwood, son of late Abra- 
ham R. , of New Orleans. His father native 

of Newport, he was born at New Orleans, 

at Germantown, Penn., at Mt. Airy College, 

in I2th year, Sept. 15, 1821 

Eugene, son of Christopher, Esq., of Newport, 

2d mate of ship Washington of this port, 

aged 2 1 years ; at sea on passage from 

Canton to Hamburg, Sept. 11, 1824 

Susanna, daughter of late Hon. William, at 

Newport, in S3d year. American of April 22, 1828 

Benjamin, formerly of this town, 2d officer of 

ship James Munroe, at Trinidad de Cuba, 

aged 25 years, Sept. 6, 1828 

Lucy Channing, daughter of William, Esq., 

of Newport, at Cambridge, aged 5 years, Sept. 10, 1S32 

ELLICUTT Miss , in the burning of the 

Richmond, Va., Theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 

James, at Baltimore, Society of Friends. 

American of July 25, 1820 

ELLICOTT Andrew, Esq., professor of mathe- 
matics in Military Academy, aged 6^ years, 

at West Point. American of Sept. 5, 1820 

Andrew, of Society of Friends, at Baltimore, 

aged 48 years. American of Jan. 28, 1823 

Jonathan, at Baltimore Co., Md., in 69th year, Sept. 26, 1825 
Joseph, Esq., late agent of the Holland Land 

Co., at Batavia, N. Y., of Society of 

Friends, at New York Asylum, Aug. 19, 1826 

ELLIOTT William, lieutenant on board the U. 

S. brig Ontario, Aug. — , 1816 

Rebecca, widow of Col. Robert, daughter of 

Rev. James Serrin, of Newport, at Bristol, 

in 73d year. American of Oct. i, 1816 

Samuel, Esq., at Boston, aged 81 years. 

American of Feb. i, 1820 

Capt. Francis, of Providence, at sea, on board 

ship Catharine, on passage from Batavia to 

Salem ; he sailed from this port two years 

since in brig Pocahontas, was a passenger 

at death, Jan. 23, 1821 

Samuel, at Washington city, cashier of bank. 

American of Nov. 2, 1821 

Hannah, daughter of John, Jr., at Taunton, 

aged 12 years, July 28, 1822 

Dr. , U. S. Army, at New Orleans, of 

the fever. American of Oct. 11, 1822 



146 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



native of Guil- 
American of 
S. C, aged 74 
of the Revolu- 



ELLIOTT Capt. John, of Warren, late master 
of brig Perseverance, of Newport, at Acra, 
coast of Africa, 

Daniel, merchant, of firm of J. and D. Elliott, 
Philadelphia, in Jersey ; was of Society of 
Friends. American of 

Lorenzo W., son of Lydia, widow, at Taun- 
ton, aged 17 years, 

Dr. Harvey, aged 39 years, 
ford, Ct., at Harlem, N. Y 

Thomas, Esq., at Charleston, 
years, a hero and sufferer 
tion. American of 

Miss Mary, in 43d year, 

John, D. D., at East Guilford, Ct., aged 57 
years. American of 

Lieut. Carter, at Worcester, in 48th year, 

John, soldier of the Revolution, at Scituate. 
American of 

Stephen, at Charleston, S. C, aged 58 years, 
the botanical author. American of 

Mrs. Mary, formerly of Newport, at Bristol, 

Mary, widow of William, at Exeter, N. H., 
aged 84 years, at Providence, 
ELLIOT John, at Boston. American of 
ELLIS Mrs. Bethiah, at Franklin, Ct., aged 87 
years, widow of Rev. John. American of 

Hon. Caleb, at Claremont, N. H., one of the 
justices of the Supreme Court. American 
of 

Rhoda, wife of James E., (colored), 

Edward (colored), at Harlem, N. Y., aged 36 
years, found dead m a snow bank and 
frozen. American of 

Mrs. Abigail, widow of Capt. Jabez, at At- 
tleboro, in 83d year, 

, was lost overboard while going 

out of the harbor, from brig Enterprise, 

James, about 5 weeks since was lost over- 
board from a vessel in this harbor; was 
found Tuesday last (May 13). American of 

Dr. Benjamin, at Franklin, Ct., aged 73 
years ; served through the Revolution in 
army and navy. American of 

Benjamin, only son of Jonathan, at War- 
wick, aged 29 years, 

Mrs. Sally, wife of Joel, at Attleboro. Amer- 
ican of 

Delia Maria, eldest daughter of Levi, in 9th 
year, 



April — , 1823 

Sept. 23, 1823 

Nov. 9, 1823 

Feb. 13, 1824 



March 9, 1824 
Nov. 27, 1824 

Dec. 31, 1824 
Dec. 5, 1828 

Dec. 18, 1829 

April 13, 1830 
May 4, 1830 

Jan. 30, 1832 
Sept. 14, 1832 

March 4, 1814 



May 17, 1816 
Aug. I, 1819 



Feb. 18, 1820 

July 22, 1 82 1 

April 15, 1823 

May 16, 1823 

Dec. 17, 1824 

July 12, 1825 

July IS, 1825 

March 13, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



147 



ELLIS Capt. Jonathan, at Thompson, Ct, aged 
58 years. American of 

Benjamin, at Plymouth, Mass., drowned m 
crossing a pond. His son in trying to 
rescue him was also drowned, American of 

Cyrus, aged 57 years, 

Miss Martha Bridgham, only daughter of 
Hon. James, at Taunton, aged 20 years. 

Dr. Samuel, dentist, at New Orleans, 

Sarah, aged 80 years, at West Cambridge 
poor house, known for last 60 years as 
"Crazy Sarah,'' and wandered over the 
county at will. American of 

Philip, at Sandwich, aged 83 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Dea. Jabez, at Pittsfield, aged too years. 
American of 

Abigail, wife of George, eldest daughter of 
late Hon. Nathaniel Freeman, of Sand- 
wich, at Fairfield, Me., aged 63 years. 
American of 

Martha, wife of Hon. James, of Taunton, at 
Seekonk, aged 62 years, 

ELLISON Mr. , killed by McDonough in a 

frolic, at Havana. American of 
ELLSBURY Nathaniel, at Pawtucket, aged 48 
years. 

Miss Hannah, daughter-in-law of Capt. James 
Batt, at Bristol, aged 29 years. American 
of 
ELLSWORTH Jubiah, Esq.. formerly of War- 
ren, at Richmond, O., in 65 tb year, 
ELMER Jonathan, M. D., in New Jersey, fellow 
American Philosophical Society, in 72d 
year. American of 
ELTON Master Commandant John H., U. S. 

Navy, at Norfolk, Va. American of 
ELY Hon. William, at Springfield Mass., late a 
member of Congress from that district. 
American of 

, a young man, was sleeping under a cart, 

when two persons came in and unloading 
it the hind part of the cart fell on him. 
American of 

Rev. Zebulon, at Lebanon, Ct. American of 
EMBREE Elihu, editor of the Emancipator, at 
Jonesboro, Tenn. American of 

Capt. , of steamboat Cincinnati, near 

Natchez, of a fever. American of 



Jan. 4, 1828 



Feb. I, 1828 
March 25, 1828 

Nov. 25, 1828 
Aug. 20, 1829 



Feb. 4, 1 83 1 

March 11, 1831 

April 22, 183 1 

May 17, 1831 
Oct. 14, 1832 
Jan. 14, 1820 
May 18, 1827 

Jan. 3, 1832 
Oct. I, 1821 

Sept. 23, 1817 
Oct. 8, 1822 

Oct. 21, 1817 

Sept. 4, 1 82 1 
Dec. 17, 1824 

Jan. 30, 1 82 1 

Oct. 21, 1823 



148 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



EMERSON Rev. Daniel, at Dartmouth, aged 37 
years, pastor of Congregational church in 
that town. American of 

Rev. William, pastor of First church, Boston, 
aged 42 years, 

Lydia P., wife of James B., formerly of Prov- 
idence, at Natchez, Miss., aged 24 years, 
five days after her husband, 

James B. native of South Reading, Mass., at 
Natchez, Miss., and was recently of firm of 
Emerson and Smith, of Providence, aged 
26 years. American of 

Jesse, son of Oliver, of Methuen, Mass., for- 
merly of Bath, Me., in Indiana, aged 40 
years, 

Rev. John, at Conway, N. H., aged 81 years ; 
had attended church and Sunday School 
as usual, but died during the evening. 
American of 

Mrs. Rebecca W., at Portland, Me., aged 25 
years. American of 

William, drowned in wreck of pleasure boat 
Bunker Hill, in Boston harbor, 
EMMET Thomas Addis, at New York, 
EMMONS Major Erastus, son of Rev. Nathan- 
iel, D. D., at Franklin, Mass., aged 32 
years American of 

Sarah, daughter of Rev. Nathaniel, D. D. at 
Franklin, Mass , aged 37 years, 
ENDICOTT John, at Danvers, Mass., aged ^^ 
years : he was a direct descendant of Gov- 
ernor John who came to Salem in 1628 ; he 
died on the soil the Governor first settled, 
which had been inherited for nearly 200 
years. American of 
ENGLAND Mary, Friend minister, at Philadel- 
phia. American of 
ENGLAND The Queen of. The Queen, in 22 
years, has borne 15 children, 12 of whom 
survive her. The three deceased were : 
Octavius, born 1779, died 1783 ; Alfred, 
born 1780, died 1782 ; Amelia, born 1783, 
died 18 10, 

James, crushed to death on a steamboat by 
being caught in the machinery, 
ENGLISH Lieut. Marshall, shot by a sentinel 
at Fort McHenry, near Baltimore, 

John Francis, son of James, at Pawtucket, 
aged II months, 



Nov. 29, 1808 
May 12, 1811 

Aug. 27, 1823 

Sept. 26, 1823 
Sept. — , 1823 

July 21, 1826 

Feb. 20, 1827 

June 12, 1832 
Nov. 14, 1827 

March 24, 18 20 
Jan. 3, 1823 



March 19, 1816 
April 21, 1818 



Nov. 17, 1818 

Nov. 18, 1822 

April 21, 1813 

July 14, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 149 

ENGS Abigail, wife of Capt. William, at New- 
port, in 6oth year. American of Nov. 27, 1818 
Capt. William, at Newport, aged 81 years, Jan. 28, 1826 
ENNIS Mary, wife of William, Esq., at New- 
port, in sgth year. American of July 19, 1816 
William, of Nantucket, lost from brig Globe, 

on passage from Providence to Mobile, 

aged 38 years ; was first mate. American of Dec. 18, 1881 
William, Esq., at Newport, aged 75 years ; 

many years President of the Council, and 

formerly General Treasurer of the State ; 

was an officer in the Revolution, May 7, 1831 

ENSWORTH Leonard, at North Providence, in 

46th year (Masonic honors), Dec. 2, 1810 

Nancy, widow of Gideon, of Canterbury, Ct., 

and daughter of late Capt. Joseph Bucklin, 

aged 70 years, Sept. 28, 1826 

EPPES John W., Esq., late a member of Con- 
gress and son-in-law of President Jefferson, 

in Virginia. American of Sept. 23, 1823 

EPPINGER John, late Marshal, District of 

Georgia, at Savannah, July 23, 1823 

William, at Savannah, Ga. American of Sept. 9, 1823 

EQUESTON Mr. , a Spanish gentleman, 

lost in the wreck of ship Helen, at sea. 

American of Feb. 4, 1820 

ERSKINE Hon. Henry, brother of Lord Er- 

skine and Lord Buschan, in England. 

American of Dec. 19, 1817 

Hon. John Kennedy, second son of the Earl 

of Cassellis who married .Augusta Fitz 

Clarence, fourth daughter of the present 

King of England, at Pisa, Italy, March 6, 1831 

ERVIN Col. Samuel, m Alabama. American of Oct. 31, 1823 
ESCOURSE M., aged 20 years, at Paris, a sui- 
cide. American of April 10, 1832 
ESDALL Sarah Ann, daughter of Capt. James, 

in 6th year, Sept. 16, 1821 

ESDELL Sarah Ann Bowen, infant daughter 

of Capt. James, aged 10 months, Aug. 13, 1824 

ESSEX Carpe, aged 69 years, and his son John, 

aged 22 years, both drowned in East 

Greenwich harbor, by upsetting of their 

boat, Dec. 28, 1821 

ESSIX James, at Lippitt Factory, Warwick, in 

40th year, Aug. 12, 1826 

ESTEN Esek, at North Providence, in 75th 

year, June 7, 1823 

Mercy, widow of Esek, Esq., at North Provi- 
dence, in 8ist year, Dec. 26, 1823 



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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



ESTERBROOK Rev. Joseph, at Athol, aged 

70 years. American of 
ESTEY Samuel, of Sharon, Mass., at Providence, 
in 25th year. American of 

Samuel, of Sharon, Mass., aged 25 years, 

Daniel, at Topfield, aged 91 years. Amer- 
ican of 

ETHERIDGE Dr. , dentist, at Cincinnati, 

O., formerly of Boston, suddenly. Amer- 
ican of 
EUSTICE Rev. John Chetwode, an EngHsh 

author at Naples, 
EUSTIS Mrs. Rebecca Sprague, wife of Col. 
A , U. S. Army, at Roxbury. 

Hon. William, governor of Massachusetts, at 
Boston, in 7Sth year ; served through the 
Revolution as a surgeon, 
EVANS Rebecca, wife of Thomas, at Newport, 
aged 50 years, 

T , Esq., in England, banker, suddenly. 

American of 

Hon. Richard, late a judge in the Superior 
Court at Hopkinton, N. H., aged 39 years. 
American of 

Mrs. Martha, in England, aged 104 years. 
Was born in London, June 19, 1713 ; at 
20 she married a sergeant and travelled 
with him through France, Spain, Germany, 
Italy and America. Was mother of 13 
children. American of 

Jemima, widow of David, at Smithfield, in 
8sth year. American of 

Oliver, Esq., at Alexandria, D. C, aged 64 
years, an engineers mechanic. American of 

Luther, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 
schooner Quaker, 

Anna, eldest daughter of Anan, at Glocester, 
in 14th year, 

James, of Newport, at sea, on board ship Col- 
umbia, on passage from Havana. Amer- 
ican of 

Stephen, in England, a Welshman, was 
buried while in a trance and rescued there- 
from only to die in reality. American of 

Barrock, of Providence, a carpenter, on board 
U. S. Ship Constellation, at Valparaiso, 

Sarah Snow, youngest daughter of Barak M., 
aged 5 years, 5 months, 

Capt. Samuel, of the U. S. Navy, at New 
York. He ruptured a blood vessel in as- 



May 4, 1830 

Sept. 20, 1822 
Sept. 18, 1822 

Aug. 6, 1830 



Nov. 22, i8i6 
Jan. — , 1816 
June 8, 1820 

Feb. 7, 1825 
Sept. 18, 1815 
Dec. 29, 1815 

July 30, 1 8 16 



Nov. 29, 1816 
March 24, 18 18 

May 7, 1819 
March 6, 1820 

Feb. I, 1821 

June 15, 1821 

Aug. 21, 1 82 1 
Nov. — , 182 1 
March i, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



151 



Corps, 
years. 



EVANS : 

cending the gangway of the frigate Con- 
stitution. American of 

Mrs. Martha, formerly of Newport, at Provi- 
iderice, in 75th year, 

Daniel, Esq., at Glocester, aged 75 years, 

Abby O., wife of Rowland, and daughter 
of Cromwell Barney, aged 26 years, 

Leonard, at Fall River, aged 80 years. Revo- 
lutionary pensioner. American of 
EVARTS Jeremiah, Esq., Corresponding Secre- 
tary of the American Board of Foreign 
Missions, at Charleston, S. C. American of 
EVELETH Charity, wife of Isaac, in this town, 
in 77th year, 

Jonathan B., son of the late William, at Prov- 
idence, aged 16 years, 

Isaac, at Providence, aged 80 years, 

Lieut. William S., U. S. Engineer 
drowned in Lake Erie, aged 21 
American of 

Emma, in 25th year. American of 

Mrs. Lucy, at Glocester, aged 75 years. 
American of 
EVERETT David, Esq., at Marietta, O., aged 
44 years, an American editor. American of 

Berthia Thacher, infant daughter of Amherst, 
aged t6 months. American of 

Rebecca, wife of William, at Attleboro, in 
62d year, 

Lieut. Peletiah, at Westminster, Mass., in 
71st year, soldier of the Revolution, 

Phaelletti, at Westminster, Mass., aged 74 
years. American of 

William, at Attleboro, in 71st year, a pro- 
fessor of religion for more than 50 years. 

Col. John, at Boston. American of 

Dr. , at Fort Gratiat, Me. American of 

EVEREST Dr. Solomon, in Connecticut. He 
willed ^10,000 to missionary and religious 
work. American of 
EWING Samuel, Esq , attorney at law, at Phil- 
adelphia, in 49th year. American of 

James, Esq., formerly mayor of Trenton, N. 
J. American of 

Dr. James, at Philadelphia. American of 

Charles, M. C, from New Jersey, at Tren- 
ton. American of 
EYRES Elizabeth, widow of Dr. Thomas, of 
Newport, in 87th year. A merican of 



June 8, 1824 

Feb. 26, 1825 
May 10, 1828 

April 7, 1830 

Feb. 7, 1832 

May 24, 1831 

May 4, 1817 

Dec. 31, 1817 
Aug. 26, 1818 

Dec. 29, 1 81 8 
Aug. 3r, 1819 

June 25, 1830 
Jan. II, 1814 

Nov. 19, 1819 

July 14, 1820 

Oct. 19, 1 82 1 

Nov. 2, 1 82 1 

March 7, 1 824 
Feb. 14, 1826 
July 31, 1832 

Aug. 6, 1822 

Feb. 25, 1825 

Oct. 28, 1823 
Sept. 2, 1823 

Aug. 10, 1832 

Oct. 10, 1820 



152 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



EYTON Thomas, of Liverpool, lately from the 
West Indies, via Savannah, Ga„ said to 
have a brother in New York, 



Sept. 25, 1819 



FABRICIUS M , of the Madgeburgh thea- 
tre, in Prussia. American of 

FAIR Mr. , killed in a duel with Mr. 

Gist, in South Carolina, 
FAIRBANKS Esther, daughter of the late Da- 
vid, of and at Newport, in 35th year, 

Lucretia R., wife of Daniel, daughter of 
Samuel Greene, formerly of Leicester, 
Mass.. at Thompson, Ct., 

Elisha, Esq., of Hopkinton, Mass., attorney 
at law, at Alstead, N. H., aged 52 years. 
American of 

Joshua, at Douglas, Mass. American of 

Capt. Samuel, at Mendon, aged 73 years. 
American of 

Susan Brown, daughter of George, at Coven- 
try, in 8th year, 

John W., son of Willard W., 

Frances, daughter of Asa, aged 5 months, 

Judith, wife of Josiah, at Leicester. Ameri- 
can of 

Hannah, widow of John, at Boston, aged 53 
years, 

John Henry, eldest son of Willard, aged 3 
years, 
FAIRBROTHER James, seaman, perished in 
the wreck of the Sch. Quaker, 

Harriet B. D., of Wrentham, at Providence, 
in 2 1st year, 
FAIRCHILD Mrs. Hannah, at New Milford, 
aged 70 years ; she is supposed to have 
weighed 400 lbs. American of 
FAIRFIELD David, at Woodstock, Ct., in 40th 
year. American of 

Rev. Sumner Lincoln, aged 25 years, late 
resident of Providence, New Haven, Derby, 
&c., at New York. American of 



March 30, 1821 

Jan. 28, 1832 

April 27, 1814 

Jan. 20, 1821 

Sept. 21, 1824 
Feb. 25, 1825 

April 8, 1825 

Sept. II, 1827 

Oct. 2, 1828 

Sept. 24, 1829 

July 30, 1830 

March 19, 1831 

Feb. 29, 1832 

March 6, 1820 

Oct. 26, 1829 

May II, 1824 
Jan. 20, 1815 

Oct. 22, 1824 



HHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



153 



FAIRMAN David, artist, at Philadelphia, aged 
33 years, 

Richard, engraver, formerly of Newport, at 
Philadelphiai in 34th year. American of 
FAIRWEATHliR George, at Newport; aged 94 

years, 
FALCONNET Mr. , the banker, at Na- 
ples, Italy, 
FALES Hannah, widow of Jonathan, Esq., at 
Bristol, in 90th year, 

Capt. Thomas, Jr., of Bristol, at sea, on 
board brig Richard, on her passage from 
Havana. American of 

Hon. Samuel, of Taunton, at Boston, mem- 
ber of executive council, 

Sally, wife of Thomas, at Bristol, aged 61 
years, suddenly. American of 

Capt. William, of Bristol, aged 33 years, at 
sea, on board sloop Cosmopolite. Ameri- 
can of 

Samuel C, native of Taunton, at St. Barts, 
aged 29 years. American of 

, wife of Judge Fales, at Taunton, 

Timothy, of Taunton, on coast of Africa, 

Edward Taylor, infant son of Henry D'W. , 
at Bristol, aged i year, 10 months, 

Harriet, daughter of James, at Newport, aged 
t8 years, 

Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Jonathan, at Bristol, 
in 71st year, 

FALKENOR W , Esq., clerk of the British 

privy council ; he left two daughters, to 
whom he gave each ;^40,ooo, in London. 
American of 
FAULKNOR Thomas, at Portsmouth, aged 83 
years. American of 

William P., at Portsmouth, aged 33 years, 
FANNON Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of John, of Kill- 
ingly, Ct., aged 74 years, at Thompson, Ct,, 
FARLEY Mrs. Hannah, wife of James, at Mid- 

dletown, aged 49 years, 
FARMAN Capt. John, in 90th year, 
FARMER Mrs. Sarah W., wife of Capt. Thomas, 
and daughter of David Greives, leaves 4 
children, in 36th year, 

Sarah Greives, infant daughter of Capt. 
Thomas, 

Thomas, drowned in attempting to swim 
ashore from an overturned boat, on Bos- 
ton Flats. American of 



Aug. 19, 181 5 

Dec. 14, 1821 

Oct. 21, 1825 

April — , 1825 

March 22, 18 17 

Sept. 16, 1817 

Jan. 20, 1818 

Aug. 10, 1819 

Nov. 9, 1 8 19 

Aug. 14, 1821 
Sept. 24, 1823 
Dec. 15, 1823 

Dec. 31, 1828 

March 23, 1830 

Oct. 22, 183 1 

Oct. 15, 1811 

Aug. 20, 1822 
Jan. 30, 1828 

June 6, 1821 

Nov. 16, 1830 
June 27. 1828 

Jan. 8, 1821 
Jan. 14, 1821 

Aug. 3, 1832 



154 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



FARNHAM Capt. Joshua, of ship Trumbull, of 
this port, a citizen of Woolwich, Me., at 
Havana, of the fever. American of 
FARNUM Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Rufus, at 
Boston, aged 34 years, very suddenly. 
American of 

Roger, formerly of Attleboro, in Havana, in 
47th year, 

Hopestill, wife of David, at Slaters Village, 
Smithfield, in 45th year, 

Daniel H., of Providence, at Samarany, Java, 
in 22d year, 

Mrs. Urania, at Uxbridge, in 44th year, 

Ruth, wife of Stephen, at Smithfield, and 
daughter of James Angell, of North Provi- 
dence, at Cranston, aged 61 years, 

Miss Mary, in 50th year, 

Noah, at Smithfield, m 76th year, 

Joseph, at Smithfield, of Society of Friends, 
in 8 1st year, 

Amanda Maria, daughter of Charles A., at 
Slatersville, aged 2 years, 4 months, 

William, of Greenbush, killed by an explosion 
on board steamboat Ohio, near Sing Sing. 
American of 
FARQUAHAR Jonathan, at Wilmington, O., 
aged 26 years ; fell from his horse and so 
wounded his ankle that he lived 4 days 
after it. American of 
FARRAND Hon. Daniel, formerly Judge of 
Superior Court at Burlington, Vt., aged 65 
years. American of 

FARRAR Lucy, wife of Prof. , of Harvard 

University, daughter of late Dr. Buck- 
minster, of Portsmouth, and sister of late 
Rev. Joseph S. Buckminster, of Boston, at 
Waltham, Mass. American of 
FARRELLY Hon. Patrick, M. C. from Penn., 
at Pittsburg ; was on his way to the seat of 
government when a fatal illness overtook 
him. American of 
FARREN Martha, late of New York, at Sharp- 
town, Salem Co., N. J., in 64th year, sud- 
denly, 
FARRIER Amelia, daughter of Robert, aged 4 
years, 4 months, 

Amelia Mason, infant daughter of Arthur, 
aged 4 months, 

Capt. William, master of ship Weser, of this 
port, at Mobile, aged 39 years, 



Aug. I, 1823 

Feb. 4, 181 4 

May — , 1 819 

April 23, 1821 

April — , 1 82 1 
May 14, 1822 

Aug. 22, 1822 

Feb. 22, 1826 

March i, 1829 

March 27, 1832 

May 29, 1832 

July 10, 1832 

Aug. 2, 1825 
Nov. 4, 1825 

Sept. 21, 1824 

Jan. 27, 1826 

March 14, 1829 

May 15, 1819 

Sept. 28, 1823 

Nov. 15, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



155 



FARRINGTON Mrs. Rebecca M., wife of Rev. 
Daniel, at Wrentham, in 48th year, 

FATID Don Felipe, Consul of Spain, and for- 
merly Secretary of Spanish Legation of 
Washington, at New Orleans, 

FAUST Henry, printer at Fredericktown, Md. 
American of 

FAWROT Judge , killed in a duel with 



Judge 



Henaud, at 



broadswords, by 

New Orleans. American of 

FAWCETT Thomas Warren, alias Thomas 

Warrington, executed for piracy, at Boston, 

FAXON Dr. John W., formerly of Newport, at 

Lubec, Me., aged 65 years. American of 
FAY Moses, at Rutland. Vt., aged 86 years, 
soldier of the Revolution. American of 
Moses, at Rutland, Vt., suddenly, soldier of 

the Revolution. American of 
Thomas, seaman of brig John Decatur, at 

sea, of fever. American of 
Chester Emmons, only son of Chester, at 
East Greenwich, aged 13 months, 
FEARING Zenas, son of Israel, of Newport, at 
Philadelphia, 
Israel, at Newport, aged 66 years. 
Brig. Gen. Isaac, at Wareham, Mass., in 79th 

year; served in the Revolution, 
Henry S., of Wareham, Mass. Had resided 
several years at Chili, S. A.; graduate of 
Brown University 1823, (see obit May 12), 
died at Santiago, Chili, 

FEARON Miss , actress, perished in the 

burning of the Royal Brunswick Theatre, 
London, 
FEKE Dr. Charles, at Newport, aged 72 years, 
FELCH William, at Washington, for many years 
clerk in First Auditor's and Comptroller's 
office. American of 
Dr. Cheever, late chaplain in U. S. Navy, 
and later editor of Corani's Charripion, 
at New York, 
FELL Mrs. Deborah, at Newport, aged 81 years. 

American of 
FELTRE Marshall, Duke of, at Alsace, F., 
aged S3 years. Was known in the Revo- 
lution as Gen. Clarke; in 1809 was Bona- 
parte's Secretary of War. American of 
FENNEMORE Thomas, at Burlington Co, N. 
Y. Was so injured by a bull as to cause 
death. American of 



March 20, 1816 

Feb. 4, 1820 
Oct. g, 1821 

March 26, 1822 

June 15, 1820 

May 23, 1826 

Nov. 26, 1829 

Dec. I, 1829 

Sept. 21, 1830 

May 21, 1832 

March 15, 1824 
Nov. 16, 1825 

March 3, 1826 

Jan. 28, 1829 

Feb. 28, 1828 
April 25, 1822 

March 21, 1823 

March 26, 1827 
March 15, 1825 

Jan. 15, 1819 
Oct. II, 1825 



156 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FEN M ELL James, professor of Elocution, at 

Philadelphia, * June 14, 1816 

FENNER Edward, at Cranston, in 77th year, May 31, 1813 

Arthur, Jr., in 22d year, Nov. 10, 1814 

Rebecca, wife of Sion, in this town, in 45th 

year, leaves 4 children, Aug. 4, 181 5 

Freelove, youngest daughter' of Hon. James, 

in rgth year, Aug. 2, 1817 

Henry, at Havana, aged about 21 years. 

American of Aug. 12, 1817 

Royal Job, son of Daniel, at Providence, aged 

15 months, June 19, 1818 

Eliza, wife of Daniel, at Providence, in 2Sth 

year, , Oct. 2, 18 18 

Asahel, at Cranston, aged 37 years, Oct. 14, 181 8 

Arnold, son of James, late of Glocester, in 

Ohio, in i8th year, June 5, 1819 

Leonard B., son of Edward, of Bristol, at 

Havana, aged 16 years, Sept. i, 1819 

Mary, eldest daughter of John, of Glocester, 

in Ohio, in 21st year. American of Sept. 17, 1819 

Lydia, wife of Samuel, at Scituate, in 63d 

year, Oct. 19, 1820 

Amey, at Cranston, in 70th year, Aug. 18, 1820 

John, Esq., at Glocester, at an advanced age, 

eldest brother of the late Arthur, Nov. 28, 1820 

Russell, at Johnston, aged 31 years, April 18, 1821 

Russell Rhodes, at Johnston, m 32d year, April 18, 1821 

Henry, at Johnston, in S6th year, Dec. 23, 1821 

Lydia Russell Rhodes, infant daughter of 

late Russell R., at Johnston, aged 15 

months, 10 days, Aug. 25, 1822 

Zephaniah B., son of Capt. Arthur, of Prov- 
idence, at sea, on board brig Ann, on pas- 
sage from Havana, one day out, aged 29 

years, July 29, 1 822 

Amey, widow of Samuel, at Cranston, in 89th 

year, March 22, 1823 

Rosannah, wife of Thomas, in 60th year, March 11, 1824 

Sion, at Cranston, in S2d year, suddenly, April 13, 1824 

Abigail W., wife of Thomas, Jr., in 29th year. May 21, 1824 
Thomas Parsons, infant son of Thomas B., Sept. 27, 1823 

Thomas, at Cranston, in 23d year, Nov. 6, 1824 

Edmund A., wife of Joseph J., in i8th year, Dec. 9, 1824 

Mary, widow of John, of Glocester, in 88th 

year ; she was a descendant from Chad 

Brown and he from Arthur Fenner, two 

early settlers of these Plantations. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 16, 1825 
Avisa Eliza, infant daughter of Thomas B., Sept. 4, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



157 



FENNER Alice Ann, youngest daughter of Oba- 
diah, at Foster, aged 20 years, 
Cornelia Hastings, infant daughter of Joseph 

J.. 
Darius, son of Daniel, aged 2 years, 
James, aged 27 years. American of 
Thomas, son of Thomas, Jr., aged i year, 2 

months, 
Capt. Arthur, at Fairfield, N. Y., native of 
Cranston, in 92d year ; was an officer in 
the old French war and a captain in Col. 
Lippitt's regiment in the Revolution, 
Tabitha, wife of Samuel, at Olneyville, in 

64th year, 
Thomas, infant son of Thomas, aged 7 

months, 
Mrs. Amey, widow of Governor Arthur, in 

80th year, 
Sarah, wife of Col. Richard, at Cranston, in 

77th year, 
Joseph W., in 44th year, 
William Henry, son of Henry, aged i year, 4 

months, 
Jeremiah, at Johnston, in 70th year, 
Mrs. Sarah, at Newport, aged 42 years, 
Arthur, only son of Hon. James, in 22d year, 
Jane, daughter of R. S., in 24th year, at New 
York, 

FENTON Mr. , aged 69 years, perished in 

the burning of his house, 
FENWICK Col. James, in Maryland, a respec- 
table planter, American of 
FERAND Thomas, a suicide, a very prominent 
and influential man, at Charleston, S. C. 
American of 
FERDINAND I, King of the two Sicilies, in 

Naples, aged 74 years. American of 
FERGUSON Henry, native of America, at Lon- 
don, aged 94 years, was found dead in the 
street ; was a raiser and had in his ragged 
clothes ;^ 1 5,000 and, more remarkable, a 
manuscript history of Arts and Sciences ; 
had also in his wretched abode a fine li- 
brary. American of 
Samuel, merchant, at New York, suddenly, 
Mary, wife of Jonathan, Jr., at Providence, 
John, native of Scotland, at Newport, in 
85th year ; when 70 years old he emigrated 
the second time to this country. Ameri- 
can of 



Feb. 12, 1826 

Aug. 4, 1826 
Aug. 29, 1826 
Feb. 27, 1827 

July 28, 1827 



Nov. 19, 1827. 

Dec. 10, 1827 
Aug. 22, 1828 

Sept. 2, 1828 

Nov. 14, 1829 
Nov. IS, 1828 

Sept. 30, 1830 

Dec. 8, 1830 

Sept. 23, 1 83 1 

March 8, 1832 

July 31, 1832 

Feb. 22, 1 81 8 

Sept. 12, 1823 

July 6, 1819 
March 4, 1825 



Oct. 25, 1808 

Aug. 2, 1816 

June 30, 1 818 



Dec. 5, 1820. 



3^58 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FERGUSON Peter Low, son of Rev. John, at 

Attleboro, aged lo months, Oct. 14, 1822 

Lieut. Henry H., of the Columbian Navy, 
and late sailing master U S. Navy, aged 
33 years, at Carthagena. American of Aug. i, 1826 

Ann, widow of John, at Newport, in 82d 

year. American of Feb. 24, 1829 

FERNALD Amos, at Portsmouth, aged 66 

years. American of May 21, 1830 

B""ERNANDEZ John, executed at Jefferson, 
Camden Co., Ga. for the murder of Mr. 
Bessent. American of Dec. 12, 181 5 

FERRELL James and Stephen, killed by Jef- 
ferson Pryor, in a quarrel, near Old River 
Lake, Ark., Feb. 19, 1831 

FERREN Capt. Moses, son of Aquila, at Al- 

lenstown, N. H., aged 43 years, April 24, 1825 

FERRILL Elias B., at South Orange, N. J., 
aged 21 years, killed by being entangled in 
a horse chain and the horse running away. 
American of Aug. 15, 1817 

FERRIN Jonathan, son of Aquila, at Concord, 

aged 84 years, April 17, 1825 

FERRIS Rev. Jonathan, a Baptist minister, of 
Milo, at Geneva, N. Y., while looking out 
of his window he was instantly killed by 
lightning. American of July 8, 1823 

Alva, in Putnam Co., N. Y., aged 19 years, 

killed by lightning. American of Sept. 2, 1825 

FERTRESS Capt. Moses, at Virginia, supposed 

murdered by his slaves. American of Aug. 27, 1816 

FESSENDEN William, proprietor of the Brat- 
tleboro Reporter, at South Hampton, 
Mass., aged 36 years. American of Feb. 17, 1815 

Benjamin, infant son of Rev. Benjamin; of 
East Bridgewater, Mass., at Pawtucket, 
aged 2 months. American of Nov. 5, 1822 

Benjamin, son of Benjamin, Esq., of Paw- 
tucket, at Sandwich, Mass., aged 3 years, July 17, 1828 
Samuel, of Boston, at New Bedford, (in the 

jail), aged 32 years. American of July 20, 1830 

FIELD Mrs. Susan, widow of Joseph, aged 28 

years, Feb. 5. 1809 

Lydia, eldest daughter of John, in this town, Sept. 15, 18 10 
Lydia, widow of Dea. John, in this town, in 

87th year, Feb. 15, 181 1 

John, Sen., eldest son of Dea. John, dec, in 

this town, in 64th year, Dec. 7, 181 1 

Charlotte P., daughter of Joseph, aged 2 
years, 5 months. American of May 15, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 159 

FIELD Rachel, wife of Lemuel, in this town, in 

53d year, Feb. 8, 1814 

Sarah, widow, aged 82 years, buried at Crans- 
ton ; sermon by Rev. Dr. Gano, Sept. to, 18 14 

Eliza, wife of Richard M., in 38th year, leaves 

4 daughters. May 3, 1815 

Abby Charlotte, daughter of Joseph, aged 18 

months, in this town. American of Oct. 10, 1815 

Lucy Brown, daughter of Daniel, Jr., in this 

town, aged 3 years, i month, 11 days. May 12, 1816 

Deliverance, v*ife of Thomas, at Scituate, 

aged 75 years. May 25, 1818 

Elizabeth, wife of Joseph, at Providence, in 

41st year, Feb. 8, 1819 

John, only child of John Albert Field, aged 

18 months, Sept. 14, 1819 

Abigail, widow of Capt. John, in 84th year. May 19, 1820 

Samuel, at Cranston, in 45th year, July 13, 1820 

Joseph C, son of William, in nth year, Nov. 4, 1820 

Capt. David, at Providence, in 59th year, Nov. 22, 1821 

George William, son of Isaac, in 6th year, Jan. 28, 1823 

William, son of Lemuel, in 39th year, Oct. 18, 1824 

Adeline Morobray, daughter of William, aged 

10 years, Feb. ii, 1825 
American of June 5, 1832 
FIELDS Samuel, executed for murder, in Indi- 
ana, aged 85 years, April 27, 1825 
FIELD Julia Frances, daughter of Barnum, aged 

7 months, Aug. 14, 1825 

Miss Anstress, in 3Sth year, Aug. 30, 1825 

Caroline D., daughter of late Joseph, in 19th 

year, Nov. 13, 1825 

Freelove, widow of William, in 69th year, Jan. 4, 1826 

Charles Henry, son of John A., aged 17 

months, Feb. 19, 182& 

James H., son of Joseph, aged 7 months, April 6, 1826 

Joseph, aged 62 years, May 25, 1826 

Joseph Warren, son of Oliver Warren, aged 

7 months, at Providence, Sept. 20, 1826 

Mrs. Martha, widow of Capt. Isaac, in 84th 

year, Oct. 10, 1826 

Samuel I., at Cranston, Dec. 15, 1826 

Sarah, widow of George, in S4th year, July i8, 1827 

Joseph, son of William, aged 3 years, 4 

months, Sept. 23, 1827 

Daniel, son of Isaac, aged 5 months, July 25, 1828 

Gilbert, at Cranston, in 41st year, from a fall, Aug. 16, 1828 

John, at Pawtucket, in 74th year, soldier of 

the Revolution, Jan. i, 1829 

Hannah, widow of Capt. Zebulon, at Taun- 
ton, aged Ti years. American of p-eb. 27, 1829 



160 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FIELD Daniel, in 76th year, 

Daniel ; he had lived with his wife 50 years ; 
was third son of Dea. John, who died 
March 16, 1794; was on Rhode Island in 
August, 1778 ; was at Battle of Bull Hill 
with his brother Lemuel now living ; the 
company was commanded by James Snow, 
Dea. Joseph Fuller was second in com- 
mand ; the company met a spirited attack 
of the enemy and made a retreating fight 
of six miles, joining the main army. 
American of 
Lucy Fuller, daughter of Daniel, aged 22 

months, 
Daniel, at Springfield, from a kicK of a horse. 

American of 
William, 2d, aged 53 years, 
FIELDS, Lieut. Gabriel, U. S. Army, at Fort 
Atkinson (Council Bluffs), death caused by 
a wound in the thigh from a knife, the leg 
was amputated but to no purpose. Amer- 
ican of 
FIELDING William. Esq., nephew of the 

author, in England. American of 
FIFIELD Ann, at Salisbury, N. H., aged 84 
years, with brother John, buried in one 
grave, 
John, at Salisbury, N. H., aged 91 years, 
FILLEBROWN Behnda, daughter of Calvin, at 
Taunton, aged 31 years, 
Calvm, at Taunton, aged 63 years. American 
of 
FILLEBROWNE Susan, at Taunton, aged 19 
years. American of 
Bethuel, at Troy, Mass., aged 33 years ; 
within six years he has buried his wife and 
four children. American of 
FILLEBROWN Elizabeth, widow, at Mansfield, 

aged 57 years, 
FISH Mary, daughter of Isaac, at Johnston, in 
20th year, 
William, a midshipman, son of Whitehead, 
Esq., of New York, fell from a mast on 
board U. S. schooner Spark, in the Medi- 
terranean, 
Preserved, at Portsmouth, in 68th year, 
Richard, Esq., at Flatbush, N. Y. American 

of 
Peleg, at Newport, aged 42 years, 
Rev. Halloway, at Marlboro, N. H., aged 65 
years. American of 



Jan. 4, 1830 



Jan. 15, 1830 

Aug. 23, 1830 

June 14, 183 1 
Dec. 10, 183 1 



July 18, 1823 
Nov. 10, 1820 

Oct. — , 1824 
Oct. --, 1824 

Dec. 12, 1821 

March i, 1822 

Aug. I, 1823 

March 22, 1825 
May 12, 1827 
May 12, 1812 



Aug. 10, 1815 
June 29, 1 8 16 

Aug. 29, 1817 
Sept. 24, 1822 

Sept. 14, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 161 

FISH , killed by the premature discharge of 

a gun, at Hallowell, Me., July 4, 1825 

Mrs. Catharine, wife of Elihu, Esq., at Scitu- 

ate, aged 66 years. American of July 26, 1825 

Ann, wife of David, and daughter of Peleg 

Brown, of South Kingstown, in Vermont. 

American of Oct. 24, 1826 

Betsey W., eldest daughter of David, of 

Providence, at Bristol, aged 22 years, Jan. 10, 1828 

Lewis P., shipped on board the schooner 

Cjrpress, Capt. Simpson, as William Wood- 
burn ; while off the Delaware Capes, in a 

moment of derangement jumped overboard 

and was drowned. American of April 22, 1828 

Capt. Elisha, aged about 50 years, Dec. 16, 1828 

Miss Barbara, at Warwick, in 6istyear, Dec. 23, 1828 

William Clarke, infant son of William, aged i 

year, 6 months, 1 1 days, at Pawtucket, Sept. 19, 1829 

Edward, aged 27 years, Oct. 16, 1829 

Olive, wife of Elisha, Esq., at Foster, aged 

85 years, Feb. 10, 183 1 

Mrs. Chloe, daughter of late James Aldrich, 

Esq., of Scituate, and wife of Elisha Fish, 

in 53d year, at Foster, Feb. 17, 183 1 

Olive, wife of Elisha, and daughter of Hon. 

James Aldrich, of Scituate, at Foster, aged 

53 years. [Correct.] Feb. 17. 183 1 

FISHBOURNE Major General , at Water- 

boro, S. C, Nov. 3, 1819 

FISHER Polly, wife of Abijah, at Wrentham, in 

64th year, Jan. 17, i8io 

Col. Nathan, in this town, in SSth year; was 

at Bunker Hill ; after the war commanded 

the Artillery Company in this town ; Ma- 
sonic honors, Aug. 16, 1811 
Alfred, son of Capt. L;wis, of Wrentham, 

Mass., in this town, in 20th year, July i6, 18 15 

Alexander, native of Richmond, Virginia, 

student in Yale College, at Fire Place, L. 

I. Had perished with cold and exposure 

on board the schooner Richmond, which 

struck on a bar near Smith's inlet; was on 

her passage from Richmond to New York. 

American of Nov. 10, 1815 

Miss , at Attleboro. American of . Jan. 16, 1816 

, widow of John, at Attleboro, in 80th 

year. American of Feb. 9, 1816 

Samuel W., Esq., at Philadelphia, of Society 

of Friends. American of Feb. 25, 1817 



162 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FISHER Mrs. Abby, widow of Col. Nathan, of 

this town, at Voluntown, Ct., in SQth year. 

American of 
Richard, at New York, aged 28 years ; while 

delirious he jumped down a chimney and 

died before he could be got out. American 

of 
Obed, of Dedham, Mass., at New Orleans, 

on board brig Mary, of this port, 
David, at Wrentham, aged 84 years, 
John and his wife, executed at Charleston, S. 

C, for robbery. He was 29 and she 28 

years of age. 
Susan R., daughter of Nathaniel, aged 4 

years, 
Lieut. , U. S. Army, killed in a duel 

with Capt. Farley, of U. S. Artillery, near 

Detroit. American of 
Hannah, wife of Cyrus, at Wrentham, in 62d 

year, 
Prof. , of Yale University, perished in the 

wreck of ship Albion, on the Irish coast. 

American of 
Sally, wife of Capt. Louis, and daughter of 

Col. Benjamin Cole, at Warren, aged about 

27 years, 
Ann Eliza, daughter of Capt. John U., aged 

10 years, 
John, Esq., Judge U. S. District Court, of 

Delaware, in Kent Co., Delaware. Amer- 
ican of 
Mrs. Christina, widow of Barzillai, daughter 

of Benjamin Smith, of Glocester, in 73d 

year, at Killingly, Ct., 
Seth, in 71st year, soldier of the Revolution. 

American of 
Amelia, daughter of late Seth, in 27th year, 
Joshua, at Pawtucket, aged 88 years, 
Harriet Georgiana, infant daughter of Marion 

W., at Pawtucket, 
Patience, widow of Seth, in 64th year, 
Betsey, widow of Jonathan, at Cumberland, 

aged 100 years, 10 months, 8 days, 
Rev. John, Bishop of Salisbury, in England, 

aged 78 years. Was tutor to the children 

of George III. American of 
Miss Hannah, 
John Henry, youngest son of Nathaniel, aged 

I year, 4 months, 
Philip, fell dead in the street, at Philadelphia,- 



April I, 1817 



April 29, 1817 

Sept. 22, 1818 
.Sept. I, 1819 



Feb. 18, 1820 
March 15, 1820 

May 30, 1820 
Oct. 7, 1 82 1 

June 14, 1822 

July 3, 1822 
Sept. II, 1822 

May 2, 1823 

May 3, 1823 

Aug. 26, 1823 

April 24, 1824 

Dec. 4, 1824 

Feb. 2, 1825 
Feb. 13, 1825 

March 11, 1825 



Aug. 2, 1825 
June I, 1826 

Sept. II, 1826 
July 27, 1828 



KHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



163 



FISHER Oliver, at Boston, suicide. American of 
Nathaniel, in 47th year, 
Joshua, M. D., late of New York, at Catskill, 

at residence of Mathew Jackson, 
Peggy, widow of Thomas, at Edgartown, aged 

70 years. American of 
Henry, at Bucks Co., Penn., killed in a mine, 

struck by a falling bucket. American of 
Jeremiah M., son of late Dr. J , at New 

York, in 24th year, 
FISHPAN John, at Baltimore, in 103d year. 

American of 
FISKE Isaac A. B., student in Divinity, in 24th 

year, at Weston, Mass., graduated at 

Brown University last September, 
Mary, wife of Dr. Caleb, at Scituate, in 64th 

year. Sermon by Rev. Mr. Wilson, Acts 

xxvi : 8, 
Betsey C, fourth daughter of Peleg, Esq., in 

14th year, 
Israel, late of Scituate, at Savannah, Ga., 

where he had recently removed, 
Mrs. Orpha, wife of Peleg, Esq., in 51st year, 
John, only son of Peleg, Esq., aged 22 years, 
Elias, late of Upton, .VTass., at Philadelphia, 

aged 34 years. American of 
Hon. Isaac, at Johnston, aged about 66 years, 

Associate Justice of Supreme Court, 
Betsey, daughter of Eleazer, at Arkwright 

Village, aged 26 years, 
John, son of Charles, at Arkwright Village, 

aged 8 months, 
Sarah Ann, at Pawtucket, aged 41 years, 
Peleg, at Johnston, in 57th year, a firm be- 
liever in the final salvation of the whole 

human race, 
FISKE Philip M., aged 45 years, son of Dr. 

Caleb, at Scituate, suddenly, 
Mary, daughter of Isaac, in 7th year, 
Mrs. Nancy, at Providence, in 73d year, 
FINAGIN Capt. , of schooner Good Intent, 

of Baltimore, at St. Pierre, W. I., 
FINCH Joseph, at Newport, aged 65 years. 

Many years teacher of Long Wharf Free 

School, 
Elizabeth, widow of Capt. Joseph, at New- 
port, aged 62 years, 
FINDLAY Hon. William, at Greensburgh, 

Penn., soldier of the Revolution and noted 

for his counsels in both State and National 

councils. American of 



April 9, 1830 
April 16, 1 83 1 

May I, 183 1 

May 17, 1831 

March 23, 1832 

July 27, 1832 

Dec. 2, 1824 

Aug. II, 1813 

Nov. I, 1817 

Jan. 7, 1819 

Nov. 12, 1820 
July 30, 1 82 1 
Nov. 24, 1 82 1 

Aug. 29, 1823 

June 17, 1824 

Jan. 6, 1825 

Jan. 7, 1825 
Aug. 31, 1825 

March 20, 1826 

Jan. 31, 1828 
Oct. 21, 1829 
Jan. 12, 1830 

Aug. 29, 1809 

Nov. 25, 1828 
June 27, 1829 

April 24, 1 82 1 



164 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



FINDLAY William S., Esq., in Illinois, son of 
the late governor of Pennsylvania. Ameri- 
can of 

Rev. Robert, D. D., President University of 
Georgia. American of 
FINN Mrs. Mary, at Kilmallock, Ireland, aged 
105 years. She retained her faculties to 
the last and her hair never lost its original 
hue. American of 

John, at Boston, aged 34 years. American of 
FINNEY Capt. Thomas, eldest son of Capt. 
Loring, of Bristol, at Jonesboro, Camden 
Co., N. C, 

Martha, widow of Josiah, at Bristol, aged 
84 years, 

Capt. Loring, aged 66 years, at Bristol, 
FIRTI William Holmer, aged 21 years, killed his 
sister and her child while insane, at Atta- 
kapas, Lou., 
FITCH Sally, wife of Rev. John, late pastor of 
Congregational Church, Danville, Vt., 

Hon. Thomas, late of Massachusetts, Chief 
Justice County of St. John's at St. Augus- 
tine, Fla., aged 45 years, 

Hon. Thomas, aged 43 years, late of Massa- 
chusetts, at East Florida, 

Mrs. , wife of Prof. , of Yale College 

at New Haven, aged 26 years. American 
of 

Mrs. Rebecca M. V., wife of Col. Horatio, at 
Hartford, Ct., aged 29 years. American of 
FITTON John, in this town, in 80th year, 

Elizabeth, widow of John, Esq., of Provi- 
dence, at Wrentham, in 77th year, 
FITZHUGH William H., late member of Vir- 
ginia Convention. In Virginia. Ameri- 
can of 
FITZGERALD Patrick, at Dronillen, Ire., aged 
108 years. His wife died about 12 years 
ago at the age of 102 years. American of 

William, executed for murder of his wife, in 
Henry Co., Ga., 

Joseph, printer, at Boston, aged 29 years. 
American of 
FITZPATRICK Hugh, murdered by a man 
whom he had given permission to stay 
over night in his house, 

Jere, murdered by mob of Irishmen at South- 
wick, Mass. American of 



Oct. 2, 1 821 
Nov. 7, 1817 



Feb. 2, 1830 
April 22, 1831 

Sept. 12, 1819 

May 29, 1823 
March 8, 1827 

Oct. 18, 1829 
March 24, 1821 

Sept. 10, 1821 
Sept. 10, 1821 

Sept. II, 1821 

June 27, 1828 
April 6, 18 10 

Jan. 8, 1821 

Dec. 23, 183 1 

Oct. 4, 1816 
April 8, 1823 
July 17, 1829 

Feb. 7, 1 8 17 
May 4, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



165 



FITZSIMMONS J._ E., laborer, had been ar- 
rested for a misdemeanor but sickened and 
died and supposed a suicide at Seribo, N. 
Y. American of 
FITZWILLIAM Lord Viscount. He had be- 
queathed to the British Cambridge Uni- 
versity ;^ 100,000 in Stock, 10,000 proof 
plate prints and a large collection of pic- 
tures. American of 
FLAGG Col. Benjamin, at Worcester, aged 95 
years. American of 

Dolly, widow of Samuel, Esq., at Worcester, 
Mass., aged 85 years, 

Samuel, Esq., at Worcester, aged 50 years. 

Miss Elizabeth, at East Greenwich, aged 
about 76 years, 

Anna Elvira, daughter of Joel, at Hubbards- 
town, aged 5 years ; her clothes took fire, 
lived 20 hours. American of 

Rev. John, at Roxbury, aged 41 years, 

FLANDERS Capt. Joseph, at East Cambridge, 

was a captain U. S. Army in last war and 

formerly a member of New Hampshire 

assembly. American of 

FLANNIGAN John, drowned, fell from the 

wharf, 
FLEMMING Rev. Benjamin Huger, near 

Georgetown, S. C. American of 
FLETCHER Mrs. Mary, late of Rome, N. Y., 
in this town, aged 51 years, 

Zedekiah, aged 11 years, in Pennsylvania; 
bathed his head in cold water when heated. 
American of 

Mrs. Hannah, wife of Col. James, at North- 
bridge, Mass., in 76th year, 

Mrs. Hannah, wife of Col. James, at North- 
bridge, Mass., aged 75 years. American of 

George (colored), at East Windsor, Ct., in a 
quarrel with a mulatto; was hit over the 
head with a hoe, 

Thomas, in 6ist year, 

, son of George, at Taunton, aged 6 

years, killed by the wheels of a loaded 
wagon passing over him. American of 

Adeline Jane, eldest daughter of Thomas, in 
9th year, 

James, aged 22 years, suicide. American of 

Lucy Isabella, infant daughter of William, 
aged IS months, 



May 8, 1827 

May 3, 1816 

Oct. 23, 1818 

March ii, 1824 
March 5, 1825 

Jan. 22, 1827 



Sept. 22, 1820 
March 14, 1831 



Oct. 16, 1829 
Sept. 4, 1 83 1 
July 25, 1823 
Nov. II, 1809 

July 23, 1819 

Jan. J9, 1823 

March 14, 1823 



Dec. 4, 1823 
May 19, 1824 



March 12, 1830 

June 28, 1830 
March 27, 1832 

Sept. 29, 1832 



166 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FLEYTUS Dr. Domingo, died at New Orleans 

while prescribing for a patient (Bertha 

Gyrma), who died also at the same time. 

American of July i, 1 814 

FLING George W., at Boston, aged 33 years. 

American of Aug. 10, 1830 

FLINN Payson, of Woodstock, Ct., in 20th year, 

in this town, July 6, 1816 

Rev. Andrew, at Charleston, S. C, pastor 

Second Presbyterian Church, Feb. 24, 1820 

FLINT Tarrant Putnam, formerly of Providence, 
of firm of Richmond & Flint, of Nashville, 
Tenn., in Belmont Co., Ohio, Oct. 6; 1822 

James, at Windham, Ct., aged 80 years. 

American of Sept. 14, 1824 

Rev. Abel, D. D., at Hartford, Ct., aged 59 

years, March 7, 1825 

Lieut. John, at Lyme, N. H., aged 85 years, 
native of Reading, Mass.; was an officer in 
the Revolution ; has left a wife, 7 chil- 
dren, 54 grand and 41 great grandchildren. 
American of Aug. 27, 1830 

FLOOD Dr. William, at New Orleans, aged 47 

years. American of June 3, 1823 

FLORKNCE Frances L., daughter of Paul, at 
Providence, aged i year, 9 months. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 6, 1815 
FLOYD Maj. Gen. William, in Western Oneida 
Co., N. Y., served in the Revolution, and 
one of the '■ signers,'' Aug. 3, 1821 
Major John, murdered in Georgia. American 

of May 7, 1830 

FOBES , son of Sheperd, aged 6 years, at 

Taunton, hurt himself fatally wrestling. 

American of Dec. 24, 1824 

FOLANSBY Mr. . , at New Chester, N. H.; 

his bouse burnt up and six of his children 
perished. American of Dec. 29, 1820 

FOLEY William, at Providence, in 32d year, Oct. 9, 181 8 

F0LGP2R George, Jr., cashier of Nantucket, at 

Nantucket, May 5, 1809 

Charles, seaman on board ship Edward, ac- 
cidentally drowned in the Potomac, near 
Alexandria, D. C. American of Nov. 4, 1826 

Charles C, second officer of ship Mercury, 
of New Bedford, son of Barnabas Folger, 
of Nantucket, killed at sea by a whale, July — , 1829 

Miss Rachal, at Nantucket. American of Sept. 24, 1830 

FOLKER John C, Esq., aged 64 years, at 

Charleston, S. C. American of Aug. 13, 1816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 167 

FOLLETT Ruth, wife of Oliver, and daughter 

of Jeremiah Wilkinson, at Cumberland, 

aged about 35 years. American of Feb. 22, 1814 

Miss Mehitable, at Attleboro, in 80th year, 

formerly of Foster, ' Dec. 5, 1821 

Midshipman , at sea, on board U. S. 

brig Spark. American of Oct. 31, 1823 

Huldah, widow of Joseph, and daughter of 

late James Dexter, at Cumberland, in 76th 

year, March 9, 1826 

FOLSOM Achsah, wife of John, at Warren, in 

30th year. American of Sept. 24, 1816 

Asa, aged 28 years, mate of schooner Mary 

Ann, of Portsmouth, N. H., at Newport, at 

the Marine Hospital. American of Oct. 26, 1821 

FONES Catharine, widow of Capt. Daniel, at 

North Kingstown, in 62d year, June 12, 1827 

FONTAINE J. B. L. S., at New Orleans, aged 

72 years, comedian and editor. American 

of Aug. i6, 1814 
, infant daughter of Joseph, of Grosse 

Point, Mich., scalded by hot lye, lived 

about 14 hours, Sept. i6, 1827 

FOOTE Eliza Maria, only daughter of Capt. Jo- 

sepn, at Providence, in 20th year, Sept. 23, 1818 

FOOT John H., only surviving child of the late 

Capt. Joseph, of Providence, in 20th year, 

lost overboard froiu ship Rising States, in 

a gale of wind, Dec. 3, 1819 

FOOTE Hon. Charles A., at Delhi, N. Y., attor- 
ney at law and late member of Congress, Aug. i, 1828 
George, at Canton, N. Y., aged 84 years, a 

pioneer settler of Vermont. American of May 28, 1830 

FORBES Rev. Perez, LL. D., at Raynham, 

aged 70 years, Feb. 23, 18 12 

Alexander, printer, native of Scotland and 

one of the oldest printers in America, at 

New York. American of Feb. 24, 1815 

Sophia, wife of Ebenezer, at Boston, aged 86 

years. American of Nov. 20, 1829 

FORBUSH Capt. Rufus, at Reading, Vt., aged 

72 years, soldier of the Revolution. Ameri- 
can of Feb. 15, 1830 
FORCE Mary Ann, wife of William C, of 

Wrentham, at Providence, in 29th year. May 29, 1830 

FORD John, native of Philadelphia, in this town, Jan. 4, 1809 

Eliza, wife of Thomas, and daughter of Lus- 

comb Fuller, at Providence, in 17th year, Dec. 9, 1814 

—Peter, native of France, at Norfolk, a miser ; 

accumulated a fortune of ^50,000, May. 16, 1816 



168 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FORD Major Mahlon, late of Ogdensburg, N. 

Y., aged 64 years, at Columbia, O.. soldier 

of the Revolution ; was at Trenton and 

Monmouth as a captain, 

James, Esq., register of deeds for Norfolk 

Co., at Dedham, Mass., aged 61 years, 
Dr. Joseph S., in South Carolina ; was thrown 
from his sulky. American of 

FORDAY , of brig Trident, from exposure 

at sea. American of 

FORDHAM Mr. Ephraim, at Middletown, Ct., 
in 96th year, soldier of the Revolution. 
American of 

FORDUM Martha, widow of John, aged 93 years, 
at Smithfield, 

FOREMAN David (colored), killed in the Clift 
St. catastrophe. New York, 

FORMAN Catharine, aged 56 years, at Lough- 
boro, Eng., a midwife. She is said to have 
7306 cases. American of 

FOREST L. D., murdered by pirates. Amer- 
ican of 
Mary, wife of Calvin, and daughter of Abijah 
Pratt, Esq., at Foxboro, Mass., aged 26 
years, 

FORREST Col. Thomas, recently member of 
Congress from Pennsylvania ; was an offi- 
cer in the Revolution, at Germantown, 
Penn , in 78th year. American of 
Henry, of the Treasury Dept., at Washing- 
ton City, aged 54 years. American of 

FORESTIER General , a prisoner of war 

of the Allies, of his wounds, in France. 
American of 

FORIER Edward, formerly of Providence, at 
Boston. American of 

EORRIS William Henry, son of David, in 6th 
year, drowned off Butler's Wharf, 

FORRESTER Capt. Simon, at Salem, Mass., 
merchant. American of 
Mrs. Rachal, widow of Simon, at Salem, aged 

66 years. American of 
Thomas Healey, formerly of Salem, at Read- 
ing, Mass., aged 40 years; was found in 
his greenhouse, supposed to have died in a 
fit. American of 

FORT , wife of Ricks, was shot dead in her 

own house by some concealed assassin, at 
Endfield, N. C. American of 



June 13, 1820 

Sept. 26, 1822 

Nov. 24, 1823 

Oct. 27, 1826 

June 5, 1832 
Nov. 7, 1812 
May 4, 1832 

March 25, 1817 
Aug. 5, 1823 

Sept. 2, 1822 

March 29, 1825 
March 7, 1826 

May 31, 1814 
June II, 1830 
May 22, 1830 
July II, 1817 
July 4, 1823 

May 25, 1830 
Aug. 22, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 169 

FOSDICK Thomas, Esq., late American Consul, 
at Gottenburgh, at Havana, aged 28 years. 

American of Aug. 12, 18 14 

Abby D., wife of James W., and daughter 

of Dr. Ephraim Comstock, in this town, in 

23d year, Oct. 30, 18 16 

Edward Thurber, son of James W., aged 2 

years, 7 months, July 7, 1821 

Frances Smith, infant daughter of James, 

aged 1 1 months, April 7, 1 826 

Lodowick, at New London, July 7, 1826 

Anna Sheldon, daughter of J. W., aged 8 

months, Aug. 17, 1829 

David, at Nantucket, aged 6^ years. Amer- 
ican of Feb. 9, 1830 
FOSTER Michael, in this town, in 23d year, April 2, 1809 
Dr. Josiah D., hospital surgeon, U. S. Army, 

at Detroit, Mich., Aug. 11, 1812 

Rev. Luke R., at Rutland, Mass., aged 28 

years, sermon by Rev. t)r. Sumner, who 

preached at the interments of Rev. Mr. 

Buckminster and Rev. Mr. Goodwin, the 

predecessors of Mr. Foster. American of June 24, 1817 

Aseneth Orne, youngest daughter of Samuel, 

of Livermore, Me., f.ged 25 years, July 18, 1817 

George, Esq., at Cambridge, Mass., graduate 

of Brown University, iSii. American of Sept. g, 1817 

James, Esq., register of probate for Middle- 
sex Co., at Cambridge, Mass. American 

of Sept. 9, 1 8 17 

Eliza Crawford, daughter of Ebenezer, at 

Providence, aged 9 months, 17 days, Dec. 4, 1817 

Esther Bowen, wife of Hon. Theodore, at 

Foster, in 31st year, daughter of Rev. Noah 

Millord, of Burrillville, Dec. 28, 1815 

Abel, at Glocester, aged 52 years. American 

of Oct. 12, 1819 

James M., son of William, Esq., aged 5 years, 

drowned at Thompson, Ct., June 30, 1820 

Ruth, wife of Ebenezer, in 42d year, Sept. 11, 1820 

Theodore A., at Coventry, aged about 35 

years, Oct. 25, 1821 

FORSTER Judge , of McKean Co., Penn., 

accidentally shot by his son while wolf 

hunting. Between them they set up a wolf 

howl as a decoy, when one fired with the 

above result. American of Oct. 30, 1821 

FOSTER Sarah, wife of Charles O., formerly of 

Providence, at Clairborne, Ala., aged 33 

years. American of Sept. 13, 1822 



170 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FOSTER Judge , at New Orleans, of the 

fever. American of 
Elizabeth, in England, in 50th year, a valued 

member Society of Friends, 
Hon. Dwight, at Brookfield, Mass., aged 65 
years, held important positions of trust in 
the state ; was 8 years Representative and 
2 years Senator in Congress, 8 years Chief 
Justice Court of Common Pleas for Wor- 
cester Co., 

Hon. Dwight, at Brookfield, Mass., aged 65 
years. American of 

Judge Dwight, youngest son of Judge Jede- 
diah, at Brookfield, Mass.; was a graduate 
of Brown, 1774. His father was member 
of Convention that framed the Constitution 
of Massachusetts at Cambridge, in Sept., 
1779. American of 

Algernon S., son of late Hon. Dwight, at 
Brookfield, Mass., aged 37 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Edward C, Jr., editor of the New Hampshire 
Gazette. American of 

John, in 60th year, in Wilkes Co., N. C. He 
was the youngest child in a family of 1 1, all 
born at single births The other 10 children 
are all living, the eldest being 84 years. 
American of 

Jonathan, son of Adams, 

Adeline, daughter of Adams, in 5th year, 

, child of William, at Bristol. American 

of 

Martha Innocenter Rebecca, only daughter, 
of Dr. George, at Bristol, aged 10 months, 

Joseph B., first officer of brig Danube, son of 
Capt. James, of Seekonk, at sea, on passage 
from Batavia to Canton, aged 28 years. 
American of 

Theodore, Esq., in 76th year, 

Hon. Theodore, aged 76 years. A long obitu- 
ary in American of 

Adelaide, infant daughter of Benjamin T., at 
Cranston, aged ri months, 

John, belonging to brig William of Boston, a 
native of Philadelphia, at the hospital here, 

Olive, widow of Hukariah, Esq., and eldest 
daughter of late Hen. John Fales, of Prov- 
idence, at Wilton, N. Y., aged Tj years, 

William, at Deer Isle, aged yj years ; served 
■ in the Revolution, and was at Bunker Hill, 



Oct. II, 1822 
March 22, 1823 



April 29, 1823 
May 9, 1823 



May 27, 1823 

Aug. f, 1823 
Oct. 28, 1823 



March 26, 1824 

April 25, 1824 

May 31, 1824 

Oct. 10, 1826 

Oct. 30, 1826 



Jan. 4, 1828 
Jan. 13, 1828 

Jan. 29, 1828 

Aug. 12, 1828 

Oct. r, 1828 

Oct. 6, 1828 
Nov. I, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 171 

FOSTER Peter, at Worcester, Mass., Aug. 15, 1829 

Rev. John, D. D., at Brighton, aged 68 years. 

American of Sept. 22, 1829 

Capt. William, formerly of Newport, at West 

Chester, N. Y., r.ged 48 years, Oct. 2, 1831 

Lieut. A. B., was shot by a soldier, at Fort 

Howard, Green Bay, Feb. 7, 1832 

Jesse, at Smithfield, in 8ist year, July 8, 1832 

Nathan, of Danvers, Mass., at Seekonk, of 

cholera, aged 54 years, Sept. 19, 1832 

Edward H., from an explosion in a drugstore, 

at Haverhill, aged 19 years. American of Dec. 28, 1832 
FOUCHE Count, formerly Duke of Otranto, 
Senator of France, and Bonaparte's Minis- 
ter of Interior. Voted for execution of 
Louis XVL American of March 16, 1821 

FOUCHER Caesar, shot at Bordeaux, Fr., for 

treasonable practices, Sept. 27, 181 5 

Constantine, shot at Bordeaux, Fr., for treason- 
able practices, Sept. 27, 181 5 
FOULKE Elizabeth, of Philadelphia, 30 years a 
Friend Minister, at Burlington, N. J. 
American of Oct. 31, 1820 
FOUSKEE Dr. William, at Richmond, Va., aged 

75 years, postmaster. American of Sent. 14, 1824 

FOWLE William, gentleman of Bixley, in Eng- 
land, (see his obituary). American of June 20, 1815 

Nathaniel Holmes, son of late William, Esq., 

of Boston, at Amsterdam, Holland, Nov. 16, 1820 

Jonathan, in 77th year, July 11, 1822 

Susan, late of Worcester, widow of Curtis, 
at Boston, aged 67 years, of measles. Amer- 
ican of June 7, 1825 
FOWLER Peleg Clarke, eldest son of Christo- 
pher, Esq., at Newport, in i8th year, Oct. 22, 18 10 

Huldah, wife of Benjamin, Esq., at Wick- 
ford, in 65th year, Dec. 16, 181 1 

Elizabeth, daughter of Hon, Christopher, at 

Newport, aged 19 years. American of Dec. 3, 1813 

Isabella, wife of George, eldest daughter of 
Thomas Cutter, in this town, suddenly, in 
40th year. American of May 7, 18 16 

Abby, wife of George S., at North Kings- 
town, in 30th year. American of Feb. 17, 1818 

Benjamin, Esq., at Wickford, in 80th year, Aug. 7, 1818 

Edward, son of Christopher, of Newport, 
Eng., at sea, on board brig Fame, on pas- 
sage from Havana, in 22d year, Feb. 5, 18 19 

Martha, widow, at Jamestown, aged 97 years. 
American of Oct. 12, 1819 



172 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FOWLER Ann, wife of Christopher, Esq., and 
daughter of Jate Peleg Clarke, Esq., at 
Newport, in S3d year, 

Henry, son of Christopher, at Newport, aged 
23 years, 

Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Christopher, 
at Newport, in 33d year, 

Mary Ann, daughter of Christopher, Esq., at 
Newport, aged 30 years, 

Jane, wife of Thomas, at Jamestown, in 57th 
year, 

Clarke, at Newport, aged 73 years, 

Mary, wife of Clarke, at Newport, in 65th 
year, 

Christopher, Jr., son of Christopher, Esq., of 
Newport, at Matanzas, W. I., 

Capt. Christopher, Jr., of Newport, aged 36 
years, son of late Samuel C, at Matanzas, 
W. I. [This death was erroneously print- 
ed in our last], 

Hon. Samuel, at Westfield, aged 76 years. 
American of 

Abby Sweet, only chjld of George Spink 
Fowler, at Wickford, aged 7 months. 
American of 

Isaac, son of late Dr. Isaac, of Rehoboth, at 
Fall River, aged 30 years, 

John, son of George, of Newport, in 20th 
year, at Providence, 

Edward H., son of late Capt. Christopher, at 
Newport. American of 

Olive, second daughter of late Dr. Isaac, at 
Rehoboth, 

Mary, aged loi years, S months ; was born 
at Hopkinton, Mass., went to Canterbury, 
N. H., when young; was captured by In- 
dians when 16 and carried to Canada ; was 
a prisoner 3 years, 6 months when she was 
redeemed ; had been member of the Shaker 
Society more than 46 years. American ot 

Christopher, Esq., at Newport, aged 67 years. 
American of 

Samuel M., Esq., proprietor of Pawtucket 
Chronicle, 
FOX John, son of the late Asa, in this town, 
aged 14 years, 

John, 3d officer of ship Hamilton, of Boston, 
on northwest coast, shot by the natives. 
American of 

Peter, at Bridgetown, N. J.; his son aged 10 
and his brother aged 14 years, fell on a 



Oct. II, 1820 

Feb. 6, 1821 

Feb. II, 1 821 

Feb. II, 1821 

March 28, 1821 
May 14, 1821 

Oct. 15, 1822 

June 27, 1823 

June 27, 1823 
Dec. 12, 1823 

Sept. 23, 1825 

March 18, 1826 

Aug. 6, 1827 

May 2, 1828 

April 3, 1829 



Oct. 16, 1829 
March 26, 1830 

Aug. 26, 1832 
March 29, 1810 

May I, 1812 



KHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 173 

FOX: 

scythe while mowing and cut nearly in 

two. American of Aug. 13, 1816 

George, Esq., of Perran wharf, at Falmouth, 

Eng., of Society of Friends. American of Oct. 4, 1816 

Emily, daughter of Moses, killed by light- 
ning, at Carmel, N. Y. American of June 29, 1819 

, shot Mr. Randall in a duel. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 28, 182 1 

Lydia, wife of Capt. Jabez, daughter of Hen- 
ry Hodges, of Taunton, aged 34 years, at 
Berkeley, Mass., Nov. 6, 1821 

Mr. , of New Jersey, a venerable mem- 
ber of Society of Friends ; his body was 
found in the North river, near Manhattan- 
ville; his death was probably accidental. 
American of June 17, 1823 

Capt. Joseph, at Mendon, aged 57 years. 

American of April 8, 1825 

Nathaniel Sweet, infant son of George W., 

aged 10 months, Oct. 15, 1826 

Sarah, wife of Horace, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at Boston, April 27, 1828 

Frances, daughter of Horace, formerly of 

Providence, at Boston, in i6th year. May 6, 1828 

Dea. Abijah, at Dracut, Mass., aged 78 years; 
was one of those who pursued the regulars 
from Concord to Boston; was at Bunker 
Hill, and at Burgoyne's surrender, Feb. 6, 1829 

Catharine Maria, only daughter of George 

W., aged 2^ years, Sept. 23, 1829 

Edward Anthony, son of George W., aged 8 

months, Oct. 8, 1829 

Horace, at Boston,, formerly of Providence, 

suddenly, Feb. 10, 1830 

Horace, at Boston, formerly of Providence, 
suddenly, from a ruptured blood vessel. 
American of Feb. 15, 1830 

FOXON Samuel, at North Providence, in 64th 
year, a pensioner of the Revolution, he 
was of Warwick, Oct. 19, 182 1 

FRAME Eliza, at Philadelphia, aged 19 years, 

from hydrophobia. American of July 6, 1819 

FRANCIS Mrs. Anne, at Philadelphia, aged 79 

years. American of Jan. 10, 181 2 

Thomas Willing, Esq., at Philadelphia, aged 

48 years, merchant. American of June 9, 181 5 

George Harrison, son of the late Thomas 
Willing Francis, Esq., near Harrisburg, 
Penn., in 8th year. American of Sept.. 24, 18 19 



174 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FRANCIS Abby, widow of John, Esq., daughter 
of Hon. John Brown, in 55th year, 

William, of Providence, at Richmond, Va., 
on board ship Francis. American of 

John Brown, infant son of John B., Esq., at 
Spring Green farm, Warwick, 

Ann Carter, wife of Hon. John B., and daugh- 
ter of Hon. Nicholas Brown, at Spring 
Green, Warwick, in 33d year, 

Miss Elizabeth, at Medford, aged 92 years. 
American of 

Mrs. Phebe, at Fall River. American of 
FRANCISCO Henry, aged 134 years; the Amer- 
ican has a long article from National Intel- 
ligence, giving an account of this extraor- 
dinary man. American of 
FRANKLIN Hannah, wife of Henry P., in this 
town, suddenly, in 25th year, 

William, Esq., formerly British Governor of 
New Jersey, son of Dr. Benjamin, in Eng- 
land, aged 82 years. 

Rev. Matthew, suddenly, in his pulpit, at 
New York, 

Olivia, wife of Robert M., at Newport, in 
36th year. American of 

Miss Hopestill, aged 70 years, 

James, at Johnston, aged 47 years, 

John, at New Shoreham, aged 73 years. 
American of 

Charlotte, infant daughter of Henry P., Esq., 
at Johnston. American of 

Hon. Jesse, late Governor of the State, and 
member of both branches of Congress, in 
North Carolina. American of 

William Temple, grandson of Dr. Benjamin, 
and editor of his works, at Paris, 

Mary, widow of Abel, of Jamestown, at New- 
port, aged 70 years, 

Mary, widow of Abel, of Jamestown, at New- 
port, aged 70 years. American of 

Mary, widow of George, at Newport, aged 
76 years. American of 

Sarah, widow of Asa, in 85th year, 

Lucy Ann, daughter of Henry P., aged i8 
years, 

FRANTZ Mr. , of Newport, Penn., stung 

on the foot by a bee ; he took a bad turn 
and death ensued in a few days. Ameri- 
can of 



March S, 1821 
Oct. 29, 1824 
Jan. 22, 1826 

May I, 1828 

Feb. 13, 1829 
Dec. 24, 1830 

Nov. 17, 1820 
Oct. 4, 18 10 

Nov. 16, i8[3 
Jan. 9, 1 81 5 

Feb. 3, 1818 

Feb. II, 1818 

May 6, 1819 

March 31, 1820 

June II, 1822 

Oct. 10, 1823 

May 25, 1823 

March 22, 1825 

April 5, 1825 

Sept. 26, 1826 
Dec. 20, 1827 

April 28, 1 83 1 
Sept. 19, 1815 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 175 

FRAE.Y Jonathan, Esq., of Hudson, N. Y., 

killed by the explosion of a soda fountain 

he was filling. American of July lo, 1829 

FRASH Capt. , of schooner Molly, of Mar- 

blehead, at St. Pierre, W. I., Aug. 27, 1809 

FRAZER , a midshipman, belonging to the 

Albion 74, from wounds received in a late 

skirmish. American of July 19, 1814 

John, at Newport, in 56th year, nearly 30 

years teacher of Latin, Greek and Mathe- 
matics, Oct. 3, 1 82 1 
FRAZIER John B., Esq., of Boston, consul of 

the United States, at Curracoa, about Jan. i, 18 19 

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, reigning Duke of 

Nassau-Usingen, at Frankfort, Ger., aged 

88 years. American of May 10, 1816 

FREDERICK Francis, executed for piracy on 

board schooner Plattsburg, of Baltimore, 

at Boston, Feb. 18, 1819 

William Constantine, Duke of Hohenzollern- 

Heckengen, seized with apoplexy while 

fencing, aged 18 years, in Germany. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 14, 1820 
FREDRIQUE Charlotte Ulrique Catharine, 

Her Royal Highness, Duchess of York 

and Albany, in England, aged 53 years ; 

she was the eldest daughter of the late 

King of Prussia and married the British 

Duke of York in 1791 and died childless, Aug. 6, 1820 

FREE BODY Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, at 

Newport, at an advanced age. American of Jan. 2, 1810 

Rebecca, widow of Capt. John, at Newport, 

aged 67 years, Dec. 27, 1 8 1 8 

John, at Newport, aged 55 years. American 

of Sept. 24, 1819 

FREEBORN George, at East Greenwich, aged 

74 years. American of March 10, 181 5 

Sarah, daughter of the late Gideon, at North 

Kingstown, in 2Sth year. American of Dec. 10, 1816 

Theophilus, son of Henry, of Newport, at 

Bristol, aged 28 years, Dec. 3, 1 819 

Theophilus, formerly of Newport, at Bristol, 

aged about 28 years. American of Dec. 4, 1819 

Susan, wife of Benjamin, at Portsmouth, Nov. 30, 1820 

Henry, at Newport, aged 30 years, Oct. 12, 1825 

Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, at Newport, aged 

TJ years. American of Aug. 5, 1825 

FREEMAN Richard, Esq., at Washington, D. 

C, for many years a clerk in the treasury, 

American of Aug. 15, 1815 



176 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FREEMAN Scipio (colored), at Barrington. 

American of 
Polly, wife of Edward, formerly of Nantucket, 

in 29th year, in this town. American of 
Ann, wife of John, and daughter of Moses 

Ihayer, of Charlestown, Mass., in 27th 

year, 
Dr. James P., at Philadelphia, aged 32 years. 

American of 
Hon. Solomon, at Brewster, Mass., aged 52 

years, a State Senator. American of 
, midshipman, on board U. S. Ship John 

Adams, at sea. American of 
Thomas, at Attleboro, in 66th year. Was in 

both arms of the Revolutionary service; 

was taken prisoner three times and for a 

time on the Jersey Prison Ship where he 

lost his brother, 
Sally, wife of George W., daughter of Pardon 

Salisbury, 
Col. Constant, late U. S. Army ; at his death 

was auditor of the Treasury for Navy 

Department at Washington, D. C, aged 

67 years. American of 
William, at Bellingham, aged 72 years, 
Henry Lathrop, son of John, aged 16 months, 
George, in 52d year. 
Miss, actress, perished in the' burning of the 

Royal Brunswick Theatre, London, 
Peter (colored), at Norwich, Ct., aged 89 

years. Revolutionary pensioner, 
James Perry, infant son of John, aged 8 

months, and 18 days, 
Mary, wife of Peter, at Apponaug, aged 79 

years, 
Abel, formerly of Attleboro, at Providence, 

in 35th year, 
Susan, aged 13 years, 
FRENAU Capt. Philip, at Monmouth, N. J, 

aged 80 years. A well known author 

of Revolutionary articles. American of 
FRENCH Mary, daughter of John, at Rehoboth, 

in 22d year, 
Nancy, wife of Lt. Ezra, at Attleboroj 
Samuel, at Seekonk, in 90th year, 
Ephraim, at Attleboro, in 58th year, 
Jonathan, in 69th year. American of 
Susannah, wife of Cyrus, Esq., at South 

Kingstown, in 60th year, 
Jacob, in 29th year, 



May 14, 1816 
June 18, 1816 

March 11, 1819 

May II, 1819 

Nov. 25, 1820 

Jan. 9, 1821 

Jan. 21, 1821 
Oct. 28, 182 1 



March 5, 1824 
May 29, 1824 

Sept. 25, 1824 
Jan. 30, 1827 

Feb. 28, 1828 

Feb. 21, 1830 

Jan. I, 1832 

Jan. 6, 1832 

Jan. 30, 1832 
July 25, 1832 

Dec. 28, 1832 

Jan. 15, 1810 

Oct. I, i8i6 

Oct. 19, 1819 

Nov. II, 1819 

Feb. 2, 1 82 1 

April II, 1821 
Aug. 25, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 177 

FRENCH Desire, widow of Jonathan, in sgth 

year, Sept. 24, 1821 

Capt. Zachariah, of Bristol, aged about 35 

years, at Elmira, Africa, about, March 24, 1822 

Daniel, son of Otis, at Seekonk, aged 19 years, April 13, 1822 
Levi, Esq., at Berkeley, Mass., aged 82 years. 

American of Feb. 17, 1824 

Abel, Jr., murdered by one of the same name, 

at Fitchburg, Mass., April 17, 1824 

Rachal, daughter of late Samuel, in 20th ye ar, Dec. 4, 1824 

Cyrus, at Little Rest, Kingston, S. K., in 69th 

year native of Grafton, Mass. American of Jan. 13, 1826 
Sarah, wife of Dea. Enock, at p-all River, in 

S2d year, Feb. 8, 1828 

James, at Seekonk, in 92d year, Sept. 8, 1828 

James, at Seekonk, in g2d year, Sept. 9, 1828 

Hezekiah, at the Asylum, aged 47 years, April 29, 1830 

Samuel B., at Boston, aged 19 years, April 8, 1831 

Milton, of Bristol, at Havana, June 25, 183 1 

FRICKE , son of William C, at Philadel- 
phia, aged 14 years, from inhaling ether. 
American of April 2, 1824 

FRIEND Edmund R, son of Thomas, at New- 
port, in 2 1 St year, July 13, 1824 
Major Nathaniel, at Stoddard, Mass., aged 57 
years ; was riding in the sleigh with his 
wife when he dropped the reins and in- 
stantly expired. American of Feb. 7, 1832 
FRIER James Cook, perished in the wreck of 

the Frances Mary, at sea, between Feb. 23 and March 5, 1826 
FRINK Capt. Nathan, at St. Stephens, N. B., 
aged 42 years, formerly aide to Gen. Ar- 
nold. American of Jan. 27, 18 18 
Col. Nathan, of Waterford, Ct., aged 27 
years. He headed the patriotic band that 
defended Stonington Point; at St. Pierre's, 
W. I. American of Jan. 10, 1817 
Rufus, son of Capt. Rufus, at Warren, aged 
8 years, July 8, 1827 
FRISBIE Prof. Levi, professor of natural relig- 
ion, moral philosophy and civil polity in 
the University, at Cambridge, July 10, 1822 
FROELIGH Rev. , a Dutch minister, a sui- 
cide, at Aquackanoch, N. J. American of March 4, 1828 
FROMENTIN Elegius, late a Judge in Flor- 
ida and Senator from Louisiana, at New 
Orleans. His wife died the day after. The 
panicky nature of the place can be seen 
when his funeral was attended by only 8 
and his wife by 3 persons ; they dying of 
the fever, Oct. 6, 1822 



178 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

FROST Ebenezer R., late of Providence, in 

Cambridge, aged 45 years. American of May25, 1810 

Hon. John, at Elliott, N. H., aged 72 years ; 
was an ofificer in the service of his country, 
at the reduction of Canada in 1750. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 7, 1 8 10 

Major Walter, late of Cambridge, at Haver- 
hill, suddenly, aged 52 years, April 20, 1818 

Dr. William, native of Elliott, Me., at his 
seat, at Silencio near Matanzas. American 
of July 25, 1823 

Charles Smith, son of Major William R., 
aged 4 years, April 12, 1826 

Sarah, infant daughter of Major William R., 
aged 21 months, April 15, 1826 

Sarah Ann, wife of William R., in 34th year, Aug. 10, 183 1 
FROTHINGHAM Hannah, widow of Nathan- 
iel, at New London, May 2, 1819 

Mrs. Sophia, widow of Ebenezer, of Boston, 
and daughter of late Capt. Simon Smith, 
of Providence, at Mendon, in 42d year, Feb. 7, 1827 

Miss Mary, aged 69 years ; was found dead 
in her yard, at Charlestown, Mass. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 30, 1829 

Joseph L., at Boston, aged 29 years. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 22, 1830 

FRUNEAU , killed in a duel with 

Inginac, at Port au Prince, April 13, 1831 

FRY Capt. John S., master of ship Isis, on his 

passage from Bavaria, E. I., July 22, 1809 

Abby, widow of Capt. John F., in this town, 
in 31st year, Sept. 16, 181 1 

Elisha, of Rhode Island, at New York hos- 
pital, aged 22 years. American of Sept. 15, 1820 

Miss Elizabeth, at Newport, aged 85 years, Sept. 4, 1821 

Ann, wife of Col. Benjamin, at Newport, 
aged 65 years. American of March 5, 1822 

George, of Foster, at Pawtucket, aged 23 

, y^^"' ,, ^ Aug. 23, 1822 

Joseph, at East Greenwich, in 88th year, July 14, 1823 

George (colored), at the asylum American of Nov. 26^ 1829 
FRYE Joseph T., at Salem, suddenly, aged 36 

years. American of May 13 1831 
FRY Thomas, Esq., at East Greenwich, aged 65 
years, chief justice of court of common 

pleas for the county, June 3 1831 

FULLER Emily T., of this town, in 22d year, April 17,' 1810 

Jonathan, in this town, in 48th year, Sept. 29, 1811 
Lindon A., at Warwick, in 31st year, late 

preceptor of the Pawtuxet Union Academy, April 23, 18 12 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



179 



FULLER Nathaniel, in this town, in 72A year, 
George R., formerly of Attleboro, private 

Capi. William Battey's company of infan- 
try, at Greenbush, N. Y.,of typhus fever, 
Jemima, daughter of Ebenezr, at Rehoboth, 

in 38th year, 
Priscilla, wife of Dea. Joseph, in this town, in 

71st year. She had been married 46 years, 
, infant child of Dr. Otis, at Naples, N. 

Y., aged 7 weeks, from an overdose of 

laudanum. 
Dr. Comfort, at Attleboro, in 67th year ; 

served the whole of the Revolution as a 

surgeon in the navy, 
Jonathan, at Attleboro, in 27th year, 
Jeremiah, at Cumberland, son of John, in 

24th year, 
Isaac, at Mansfield, Mass., aged 19 years. 

Freshman in Brown University. American 

of 
Amos, executed at Lawrenceburg, Ind., for 

murder of Palmer Warren. American of 
Frederick, at Attleboro, in 49th year, 
Daniel, of Providence, housewright, at Ha- 
vana. Had arrived there the 14th, taken 

sick 20th and died 
Louis M., son of Ebenezer, at Attleboro, 

aged 17 years, 
Mary, widow of Timothy, at Rehoboth, in 

S8th year, 
Marcy U. Brown, daughter of William, aged 

2 years, 8 days, 
Dea. Joseph, aged 76 years, 
Isaiah P., aged 41 years, 
Laurana, daughter of Sylvester C, of Attle- 
boro, at Pawtucket, aged 8 years, 
Lucy, wife of Benjamin, at Hampton, Ct. 

American of 
Esther M., wife of Josiah, daughter of Oliver 

Bly, of Cumberland, at Smithfield, in 29th 

year, 
Abraham, killed by Law, in Erie Co., 

Penn. American of 
Peleg, at Scituate, aged 55 years. American 

of 
Roswell, killed by lightning, at Delaware 

Co., O. American of 
John, 'at Scituate, formerly of Massachusetts, 

aged 29 years. American of 



June 9, 1812 

March 17, 1813 
Feb. 27, 1814 
April I, 1815 

July 27, 1815 



June 13, i8i6 
Aug. I, 1817 

Aug. 24ri8i7 



May 21, 1819 

Sept. I, 1820 
Oct. II, 1820 



Oct. 26, 1820 

Feb. 15, 1821 

Feb. 20, 1 82 1 

Nov. 8, 1 82 1 

May 3, 1822 

May 20, 1822 

Sept. 10, 1822 

Sept. 13, 1822 

Dec. 2, 1823 

Jan. II, 1825 

March 11, 1825 

Sept. 2, 1825 

Oct. 4, 1825 



180 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



FULLER Mary, widow of late Nathaniel, in 87th 
year, leaving upwards of 300 descendants, 
some of the sth generation, 

Elizabeth, widow of Peleg, of Scituate, daugh- 
ter of Elisha, at North Providence, in 4Sth 
year, , . 

Benjamin, formerly of Rehoboth, at Smith- 
field, in 81 st year, a professor of religion 
for 50 years, 

Kbenezer, Jr., formerly of Rehoboth, at Prov- 
idence, aged 61 years, 

Mrs. Nancy, in Sist year, 

Abigail Paine, only daughter of Dr. Jacob, 
of Providence, at Seekonk, suddenly ; a 
chaise passed over her head killing her in- 
stantly, 

, child of Dr. , at Swanzey, fell out 

of a chaise and was instantly killed, aged 
10 years, 

Sally, wife of Sylvester O., at Attleboro, in 
39th year, 

Charles Edward, son of Leprelet, at Smith- 
field, aged I year, 3 months, 
FULLERTON Mrs. Lucy, at Boston, aged 36 

years. American of 
FULLURAD Andrew, Esq., collector of the 

port, at St. Barts, 
FULTON Robert, Esq., at New York, aged 42 
years about ; leaves wife and 4 children ; 
known as a steamboat mechanic. In per- 
son was tall and slender, in manners a gen- 
tleman, 

FUNK Mrs. , at Hilltown, Penn., killed by 

an angry hog. American of 
FURBER Eleazer C, at Springfield, aged 27 

years. American of 
FURLONG John alias Hobson, a pirate, exe- 
cuted at Savannah, Ga., 
FURMAN Caroline, aged 10 years, killed by 
an explosion on steamboat Etna, 

Miss Mary, aged 54 years, killed by an ex- 
plosion on steamboat Etna, 

Mrs. Sarah, aged 44 years, killed on steam- 
boat Etna by an explosion. 

Rev. Richard, D. D., 50 years a minister, 40 
of which pastor of Baptist Church, at 
Charleston, S. C. American of 
FURNALD Thomas, of Nottingham, at Ports- 
mouth, aged 44 years ; was about to sit 
down to supper when he fell dead. Amer- 
ican of 



Nov. 7, 1825 



Sept. 16, 1826 



Dec. 8, 1828 

Dec. 21, 1828 
June 29, 1829 



July 22, 1829 

July 22, 1829 
July II, 1830 
July 21, 1832 
March 12, 1830 
June 26, 1816 



Feb. 23, 1815 
Sept. I, 1829 

June 14, 1831 

April 28, 1820 

May 15, 1824 

May 15, 1824 

May IS, 1824 

Sept. 13, 1825 
Sept. 25, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 181 

FUSSELL Henry, in England, artist and 

scholar. American of May 2^, 1825 

FYFE Mary, sister of John, at Glasgow, Miss. 

American of Sept. 20, 1825 



GABBOTT Mrs. , formerly of Newport, at 

Warren, in 49th year, Aug. 25, 181 1 

GABRIEL Joseph, an inmate of the New York 

alms house, was a native of Poland; was at 

Savannah under Count Pulaski, and at 

Baltimore in the last war where he was 

wounded in the leg. American of Aug. 14, 1829 

GADSDEN James W., at Charleston, S. C, 

killed by two brothers named Tookey, Dec. 21, 1818 

Philip, Esq., at Charleston, S. C, aged 63 

years, only surviving son of the late Gen. 

Gadsden of Revolutionary fame. American 

of March 9, 1824 

GADSh-N Capt. C. , late of U. S. brig 

Vixen, at Charleston. American of Sept. 15, 1812 

GAEDIKE Holrauth L., midshipman, U. S. 

Navy, at New York. American of Dec. 22, 1829 

Holmuth L., aged 23 years, midshipman, U. 

S Navy, at New York. American of Dec. 22, 1829 

GAGE Major, at Woodstock, in 34th year. 

American of Nov. 27, 1821 

William, of Barnstable, aged 23 years, son of 

Capt. Joseph, at Providence, Nov. 21, 1826 

GAGNE Nouvelle Beauce Jacques and his wife 

Magdeline Marri, at St. Maria, near Que- 
bec, both aged ^^ years. These two were 

born, baptized, took first communion, died 

and buried on the same day in each in- 
stance. American of June 29, 1830 
GAILLARD U. W., Lieut. U. S. Army, at Pen- 

sacola, Fla. American of Nov. 19, 1822 

Hon. Theodore, one of the Associate Justices 

of the Court of Sessions and Common 

Pleas, at Darlington C. H., S. C, aged 

about 62 years, March 24, ib29 



182 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GAINES Margaret, at Attleboro, aged ^7 years, 

formerly of this town ; sermon by Rev. Mr. 

Hlake. American of Nov lo, 1815 

Francis, Esq., at St. Stephens, Ala. Ameri- 
can of July 18, 1823 
Mrs. , wife of Major , at St. Ste- 
phens, Ala. American of July 18, 1823 
Major , at St. Stephens, Ala. He has 

lost his wife and two children recently by 

the fever, and two more of his children are 

sick. American of • July 25, 1823 

GAIR Thomas, son of late Rev. Thomas, of 

Boston, at New Orleans, in 38th year, Oct. — , 1822 

GALE Dr. Edmund, at Nantucket, aged 35 

years, native of Salem, Mass. American of Feb. 17, 1824 
Reuben S., of Frankfort, Ky., aged 26 years, 

shot in the public street by John Major. 

American of Oct. 3, 1828 

GALES Ann Eliza, sister of the senior editor of 

the National Intelligencer, at Raleigh, N. 

C. American of Oct. 4, 1822 

Reuben, killed by John Major, in Kentucky. 

American of Sept. 11, 1829 

GALLAGHER , child of Mrs. , at Fort 

Utrecht ; her clothes caught fire. American 

of Feb. 13, 1829 

GALLEGO Mrs. , in the burning of the 

Richmond, Va., theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 

GALLEY Jonathan, at Smithfield, ingsd year, March 23, 1825 
GALLISON John, Esq., attorney at law, at Bos- 
ton, aged 32 years. American of Dec. 26, 1820 
Henry, Esq., at Marblehead, aged 65 years, 

graduate of Harvard, 1778. American of Jan. 25, 1825 

GALLUP Samuel, at Granville, aged 100 years, 

an officer in the Revolution. American of Feb. 15, 1831 
GALMER Mrs. Susan, native of Newport, at 

Providence, in 91st year, Dec. 20, 1831 

GALMINI Signor, in Italy; was a fine tenor 

singer, and formerly master of the Chaple 

le Pope Becoit the 14th, aged 138 years. 

American of May 13, 1825 

GALPIN Silas, in England, aged 85 years, known 

as the "Old Fowl"; he had 12 wives in va- 
rious parts of the kingdom and had a son 

and daughter by each ; by begging and 

betting he contrived to leave them 5000 

guineas and lived amicably with all of 

them. American of Jan. 14, 1812 

GALT William, native of Scotland, at Rich- 
mond, Va,, aged 68 years ; he emigrated 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 183 

GALT: 

to Virginia in 1775, commenced business 

with a peddler's pack, and died with an in- 
come of 1^40,000 per annum ; in 1776 he 

had not his six foot length of soil to his 

name; in 1825 he could ride 15 rectihnear 

miles on his estate; he never married. 

American of April 15, 1825 

William T., 27 years keeper of an insane asy- 
lum, at Williamsburgh, Va., July 31, 1826 
GAM AGE Dr. William, Jr., at Boston, aged 37 

years. American of Oct. 9,1818 

Dr. William, at Cambridge, in 76th year, 

hurt by a sleigh, Jan. i, 1821 

GAMBUCERES Cardinal, m France, aged 62 

years American of Jan. 15, 1819 

GAMBLE Lieut. Peter, U. S. Navy, killed at 

battle of Lake Champlain, Sept. 14, 1814 

Thomas, Esq., master commandant U. S. 

Navy, commander of Erie, sloop of war, in 

the Mediterranean. American of Jan. 5, 1819 

Lieut. Francis B , U. S. Navy, on board U. 

S. ship Decoy, off Cape Hatteras, Sept. 29, 1824 

Capt. Thomas, U. S. Navy, died in the Medi- 
terranean. American of Oct. 12, 1824 
GAMBOLD Anna Rosina. wife of Rev. John, a 

missionary of the United Brethren, at 

Spring Place, Cherokee Country, aged 58 

years, Feb. 19, 1821 

GAMMELL Rev William, pastor 2d Baptist 

church, at Newport, aged 41 years, very 

suddenly. May 30, 1827 

John, at Boston, aged TJ years, father of Rev. 

William, of Newport. American of March 7, 1828 

Margaret, daughter of late Rev. William, at 

Newport, aged 10 years. American of Dec. 21, 1832 

GANNETT Mrs. Deborah, at Sharon, Mass., 

aged 67 years ; she served 3 years in the 

Revolution in male attire ; she published a 

Memoir of her service in the army. Amer- 
ican of May 8, 1826 
GANO Sally, wife of Thomas, at Charleston, 

aged 39 years. American of May 19, 1809 

Dr. Isaac E., in Franklin Co., Ky., in 42d 

year ; was son of Rev. John ; was in St. 

Clair's defeat, where he was mortally 

wounded, Oct. 19, 1811 

Esek Hopkins, oldest son of Capt. Daniel, of 

Frankfort, Ky., at sea, on board brig Hec- 
tor, Capt. Hetherington, in isth year, Dec. 28, 18 12 



184 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GANO Gen. John, at Covington, Ky., aged about 

55 years, Jan. i, 1822 

Rev. Stephen, in 66th year, nearly 36 years 

pastor ot the First Baptist church, Aug. 18, 1828 

GANSE VOORT Leonard H., Esq., late sheriff 

of Albany, at Albany, N. Y. American of Dec. 18. 1821 
GANTT Capt. Stoughton, U. S. Army, at St. 

Louis, Mo., April 25, 18 19 

GARCIA Manuel Philip, executed at Norfolk, 

Va., for murder of Peter Lagourdette, June i, 1821 

GARDINIER Barent, Esq., at New York, attor- 
ney at law, formerly member of Congress. 
American of Jan. 18, 1822 

GARDINER .Sarah, wife of Albert W., and 
daughter of Capt. John Howland, at New- 
port, aged 34 years. American of Sept. 4, 18 10 

Capt. William, at Newport, in 59th year. 

American of Oct. 8, 1811 

Abigail, widow of Capt. Grindall, at New- 
port, in 85th year, Feb. 17, 1812 

William, native of Sweden or Germany, aged 
about 44 years, a suicide, at New York, 
leaves wife and 4 children, 

Waite, at South Kingstown, in 37th year. 
American of 

Harriet, wife of Nathan, of South Kings- 
town, daughter of Capt. Nicholas Web- 
ster, of and at Newport, aged 28 years. 
American of 

Sanford. formerly of Newport, in this town, 
in 75th year, 

Capt Joseph, at Newport, in 84th year. 
American of 

Miss Susannah, daughter of Vincent, at New- 
port, aged 23 years. American of 

Nicholas, Esq., at Exeter, in 78th year. 
American of 

John C, of Charleston, S. C, merchant, son 
of the late John, at Newport, aged 34 years, 
drowned in Long Island Sound, from on 
board the packet sloop Sally, on passage 
from New York to Newport. American of Sept. 8, 1815 

Lt. Com. John M., U. S. Navy, in Maryland. 

American of Sept. 19, 1815 

Rt. Hon. Viscount , admiral of the 

White, in England. American of March 12, 18 16 

Sarah, widow of Col. John, in South Kings- 
town, in 62d year. American of June 25, 18 16 

Waite, widow of James, Esq., at North 
Kingstown, in 8Sth year. American of June 25, 1816 



May 22, 


1813 


Dec. 74, 


1813 


Jan. 18, 


1814 


May 8, 


1814 


May 5, 


1815 


May 5, 


1815 


June 23, 


1815 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



185 



GARDINER Abigail, wife of William, at New- 
port, in 84th year. American of 

Col. Robert, late commissary of prisoners 
and formerly of Boston, at Washington 
City, suddenly, aged 55 years. American 
of 

Christiana, wife of Henry, at Newport, in 
29th year, 

Samuel, son of Capt. John R., at Wickford, 
aged 12 years. American of 

Capt. Augustus M., of East Greenwich, late 
of brig Decater, of this port, at Bermuda, 
W. I., leaves wife and 3 children, 

Mary Wellett, eldest daughter of Samuel E., 
Esq., of Wickford, in 20th year, drowned 
by the upsetting of a boat opposite Paw- 
tuxet, 

Miss Mary, native of Boston, at Providence, 
in 61 St year, 

Willett, at Richmond, aged 40 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Samuel Fayerweather, at Newport, in soth 
year, 

Esther, wife of Peleg W., at Scituate, aged 
29 years. American of 

Benjamin, of Middletown, at North Kings- 
town, in 69th year, formerly a County 
Judge, 

George C, son of the late Capt. Benjamin, 
of Newport, at Charleston, S. C, in 28th 
year, 

Charles Edwin, son of Ambrose, aged 13^ 
months, 

Edward, at Warren, in 74th year, leaves wife 
and 6 children, 

Miss Ruth, daughter of late William, at 
Newport, in 22d year. American of 

Theodore, infant child of Job W., formerly of 
Providence, at Wellington, Mass., 

Ann, widow of late John, at Newport, 

Peleg, at Swanzey, in sist year, 

Lucy, daughter of James, at North Kings- 
town, in 20th year, from bleeding, 

John (colored), of Newport, at sea, on board 
brig Brutus, on passage from Cronstadt to 
Newport, 

William, son of Capt. Oliver, at Warwick, 
aged 35 years, 

Silas, at Newport, 

Samuel, at Swanzey, aged ^^ years, 



April 29, 18 17 

March 24, 1818 

July II, 1818 

Aug. 18, 1818 

Sept. 7, 1 818 

Sept. II, 1818 
Sept. 29, 1818 
Dec. II, 1818 
July 16, 1819 
Sept. 17, 1819 

Nov. 4, 1 819 

May I, 1820 
Sept. 16, 1820 

Nov. 9, 1820 

Nov. 10, 1820 

Nov. 14, 1820 
June 13, 1 82 1 
July 14, 1 82 1 

Aug. 2"i, 1821 

Feb. 17, 1822 

March 8, 1822 

July 12, 1822 

Sept. 19, 1822 



186 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



GARDINER Sarah C, youngest daughter of 
Samuel E., Esq., at Wickford, in 7th year, 

Avis, daughter of late Stephen, at Swanzey, 
aged 14 years, 

Mary Collins, daughter of late Caleb, Esq., 
at Newport, aged 1 7 years, 

George, at Newburyport, Mass., killed in a 
scuffle. American of 

Hannah, wife of William, and daughter of 
late Elisha Gibbs, at Newport, aged 43 
years, 

Josiah, of North Kingstown, jumped over- 
board from brig Dover, second day out, 
while insane, and was drowned, 

Josiah, of North Kingstown, jumped over- 
board and was drowned, while insane, from 
brig Dover, second day out from Wilming- 
ton. American of 

Albert W. , of Newport, at Staten Island, in 
37th year, 

Nicholas E., of South Kingstown, aged 26 
years, on board schooner Baltic, in Straits 
of Belle Isle, 

Elizabeth, widow, aged 85 years, sister of 
Hon. Timothy Pickering, of Salem, at 
Wenham, Mass. American of 

, child of Albert W., at Newport, suffo- 
cated in bed. American of 

Nathan, at South Kingstown, aged 37 years. 

Simon, publisher of Boston Commercial Ga- 
zette, at Bo<5ton, aged 34 years, 

Capt. Benjamin, of Newport, at sea, on board 
schooner Swan, of New York, aged 55 
years. American of 

Zerviah, wife of William, at Swanzey, aged 65 
years. American of 

William Robinson, infant son of Peleg W., 

Capt. James, at Newport, aged 71 years. 
American of 

John C, of Warren, 2d officer of ship Galen, 
at Batavia, in 22d year, 

Benjamin, formerly of Middletown, at Eliza- 
bethtown, Ohio, after 3 days' illness, 

Samuel, drowned while returning from Isles 
of Shoals to Portsmouth, N. H., 

Lieut. Henry W., senior marine officer Medi- 
terranean Squadron, on board U. S. ship 
Constitution, at Messina, in 22d year, of a 
fever. American of 



Nov. 5, 1822 

Dec. 14, 1822 

Dec. 31, 1822 

Jan. 28, 1823 

March 19, 1823 

May 21, 1823 

May 23, 1823 
July 15, 1823 

Aug. 14, 1823 

Oct. 28, 1823 

Jan. 30, 1824 
March 10, 1824 

April 15, 1824 

April 16, 1824 

Sept. 21, 1824 
Sept. 29, 1824 

Dec. 7, 1824 
Dec. — , 1824 

Jan. 24, 1825 
June 22, 1825 

Aug. 12, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 187 

GARDINER Harriet B., wife of Job, daughter 
of Thomsa B. Richmond, Esq., at Digh- 
ton, in 39th year. American of Aug. 22, 1825 

Esther Gardiner, infant daughter of Peleg 

W., aged 8 months, 14 days Aug. 25, 1825 

Capt. Oliver, at East Greenwich, aged 84 
years ; was for 36 years an able nautical 
commander, both before and after the Rev- 
olution commanded the Row Galley Wash- 
ington, in 1776 served as pilot to French 
fleet to Boston. American of Aug. 26, 1825 

Sarah, widow of Sylvester, at North Kings- 
town, in 86th year. [American Oct. 11-14] Oct. 2, 1825 

John, of Savannah, native ot Ireland but for 
33 years resident of Georgia, at Provi- 
dence, Oct. 6, 1825 

Harding, at Exeter, aged 32 years. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 7, 1825 

Sarah, wife of Gould, at Exeter, m 50th year, 

30 years member of Baptist Church, Jan. 13, 1826 

Lydia, widow of Peleg, at Swanzey, aged 70 

years, May 6, 1826 

James W., son of John, at Pawtucket, aged 

3 years, 3 months, May 25, 1826 

Elizabeth Weeden, only child of John, at Paw- 
tucket, aged I year — months, June 2, 1826 

Emma Seymour, infant daughter of Thomas 
J., aged 14 months, 12 days, Aug. 19, 1826 

Harriet R., wife of Job W., at Dighton, in 
39th year. American of Aug. 29, 1826 

Mary H., eldest daughter of Brayton, in 20th 

year, Oct. 6, 1826 

Nancy, daughter of Capt. Edward, at War- 
ren, in 32d year, Oct. 7, 1826 

Capt. lohn, at Swanzey, in 72nd year, Nov. 11, 1826 

Lydiai daughter of William, at Swanzey, aged 
12 years, from lockjaw, caused by a wound 
on her finger, Nov. 16, 1826 

Mrs. Olive, wife of Ambrose, and daughter 
of Joseph Mason, of Swanzey, at Provi- 
dence, in 31st year, July i, 1827 

Rebecca K., wife of Thomas I., and eldest 

daughter of William Bradford, Feb. 25, 1828 

Henry C, formerly of North Kingstown, at 
Charleston, S. C, aged 93 years. Ameri- 
can of Feb. 29, 1828 

Henrv, at Charleston, S. C, aged 93 years, 5 
months; born at North Kingstown July 
20, 1734, died March 10, 1828; served 
through the Revolution as a marine; was 



188 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GARDINER: 

a sailmaker oh the Bonne Homme Rich- 
ard; also on the frigate Alliance, in the 
war of. 1812, served also as sailmaker. 
American of 

David, formerly of Washington Co., R. I., at 
the Hudson Print Works, N. Y., 

Ezekiel, at Exeter, in 52d year, 

Flora (colored), at Lynn, aged 115 years; 
she was captured in 1754 in Africa, and 
carried to the West Indies where she lived 
several years when she was purchased by 
Capt. Lee, of Marblehead, and brought to 
this country. American of 

Chloe, at Dexter Asylum, 

Major Alexander, at Cnarleston, S. C. Was 
an aide to General Greene, in the Revolu- 
tionary War. American of 

James, at Rehoboth, in 8ist year, 

James, at Rehoboth, aged 61 years, 

Jesse, formerly of Exeter, at Coventry, Ct., 
in 46th year. American of 

Joseph C, aged 28 years, teacher in sth 
District School, 

Patience H., wife of Samuel E., Jr., at Smith- 
field, in 29th year, 

Martha Ann, daughter of Peleg W., aged 4 
years. 

Rev. Dr. , of Boston, (Episcopal). Amer- 
ican of 

Wilkinson, at North Kingstown, aged 28 
years. American of 

Capt. Timothy, at Baltimore, native of Nan- 
tucket, aged 73 years. American of 

Mrs. Sarah, in ssd )ear, 

Dr James, at Lynn, Mass., aged 66 years. 
Was in the Revolution. American of 

Mrs. Rebecca, at Warren, aged 45 years, 

Elmira Amanda, daughter of James M., aged , 
12 months, 22 days, 

Elmiiia Amanda, daughter of James M., aged 
12 months, 22 days, 

James H., eldest son of Capt. E. C, of Prov- 
idence, at sea, on passage from Pernambuca, 
to Philadelphia, in 27th year, 

Mrs. Hannah, wife of Joseph, at Swanzey, 
aged 67 years. 

Edward, son of Peleg W., aged 13 months, 

Mary, wife of Benjamin, daughter of the 
late Christopher Allen, at North Kings- 
town, aged 73 years. American of 



Aprils, 1828 

May 31, 1828 
Aug. 5, 1828 



Oct. 10, 1828 
Jan. 15, 1829 



March 20, 1829 
May I, 1829 
May 1, 1829 

July 3, 1829 

Oct. 20, 1829 

March 14, 1830 

April I, 1830 

Oct. 5, 1830 

Oct. 26, 1830 

Dec. 10, 1830 
Dec. 24, 1830 

Feb. 7, 1832 
March 10, 1832 

April 26, 1832 

April 26, 1832 

June — , 1832 

July 5, 1832 
Nov. 14, 1832 

Nov. 16, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS Igg 

GARDINER Abigail, widow of Capt. Joseph, at 

Newport Asylum, aged 84 years, Feb. 13, 1831 

Samuel E., at South Kingstown, aged 28 

years, Feb. 13, 1831 

Joseph M., formerly of Providence, at Potts- 

ville, Penn., in 31st ytar, Dec. 10, 1831 

Abby C, wife of George T., at Warren, in 

25th year. American of t)ec. 27, 1831 

Mary Jane, infant daughter of Peleg W., 

aged 3 years, Dec. 27, 1833 

GARDEN Mary, wife of Robert, formerly of 

England, and late of Providence, at Balti- 
more, aged 35 years, June i§, 1829 
William, Esq., late U. S. Consular Agent at 

Aux Cayes, aged 32 years, at New York. 

American of Aug. 7, 1829 

GARLIN wife of William, eldest daughter of 

John Harriman, of Biicksport, Me., aged 

30 years, Oct. 11, 1822 

GARNET Robert, in Cumberland Co., Ky., aged 

just 94 years. His descendents number 

over 200. Was a Virginian 85 years. 

American of Feb. 8, 1831 

GARNETT John, at Goshen Poor House, aged 

1 10 years. American of April 13. 1830 

George Edward, infant son of Gideon. Aug. 17, 1832 

GURNSKY Lewis, at Greenwich, N. Y., aged 

89 years. Soldier of the Revolution. 

American of Oct. i, 1830 

GARRETl' Mr. , killed by lightning with 

four others in Barnwell Dist., S. C , May i, 1821 

Mrs Mary, at Sumpter District, aged 120 

years. American of Aug. i, 1828 

Olive, wife of Maj. Andrew, at West Barn- 
stable, aged 70 years American of May 17, 1831 
GARRICK Madame Violetti, widow cf the 

British Roscias, in London, aged 99 

years ; died in her chair. On the day of 

her death she made arrangements to attend 

the reopening of the Drury )<ane Theatre 

in which she was a large proprietor. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 7, 1822 
David, at Carlisle, Eng., in 80th year. 50 

years a banker in that city; of society 

of Friends. American of Jan. 12, 1830 

GARRICKSON John, at Providence, aged 22 

years, Jan. 13, 1818 

GARRISON Peter, killed by a ne<^ro, who was 

burnt alive for the deed, at Greenville, 

S. C. American of Aug. 9, 1825 



190 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GARTH General . the king's equerry, at 

London. American of 

GARVENT John, seaman of schooner Esther, 
drowned on passage from Savannah to 
Warren, native of Fayal. American of 

GARWIN Rev. John, in Georgia, aged 54 years ; 
Methodist, formerly on a mission to Sierra 
Leone. American of 

GARY Zephaniah, Jr., at Taunton, aged 44 years. 
American of 
Zephaniah, at Taunton, aged 74 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Dr. George, at Chepachet, aged 34 years, 

GASKELL Penn, Esq., of Co. Cork, Ire., at 
Dublin; was a descendent from William 
Penn. American of 
Thomas Penn, Esq., aged 61 )'ears, the heir 
general of William the founder of Penn- 
sylvania, in Ireland. American of 
Silas, at Cumberland, in 39th year, 

GASKVIN John, in England, aged 83 years. He 
appointed for his pall bearers six grandsons ; 
two named John, two George, and two Wil- 
liam. His wife used to send an annual 
present of rye bread to the King. Ameri- 
can of 

GASS Mary Ann, infant daughter of Samuel R., 
aged 16 months, 9 days, 

GASSOWAY Capt. Henry, at Annapolis, Md., 
a soldier of the Revolution. American of 
Gen. John, at Annapolis, Md., aged 66 years. 
Soldier of the Revolution. American of 

GASSEE M , at Massey, near Paris, a musical 

composer, aged 95 years ; author of " Mar- 
seilles Hymn.'' American of 

GASTON Eliza, wife of Hon. William, at New- 
burn, N. C. American of 

GATEHELL Bethany, wife of Increase, at Men- 
don, aajed 22 years. American of 

GATES Nathaniel, at Worcester, aged 54 years ; 
while fastening his oxen in their stalls for 
the night he fell, received a severe blow, 
and instantly died. American of 
Sarah, wife of Capt. Asa, at Newport. Amer- 
ican of 
Elizabeth, daughter of Billings, at Newport, 

in 1 8th year, 
Mrs, Sarah, at Worcester, aged 78 years. 
American of 



Dec. 29, 1829 

Oct. 4, 1825 

May 24, 1816 

Aug. 30, 1822 

Dec. 26, 1823 
Aug. 9, 1828 

Dec. 19, 1823 



Dec. 2, 1824 
Nov. I, 1829 



Sept. 27, 1816 

Aug. 18, 1828 

March 13, 1818 

July 7, 1820 

April 24, 1829 

Feb. 12, (819 

Nov. 2, 1827 

Dec. 21, 1824 

Aug. 29, 1826 

March 6, 1827 

Feb. I, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



191 



GATES Mrs. Joanna, at Worcester, aged 31 
years, 
William M., second son of Major William, of 

U. S. Army, at St. Augustine, Fla., 
Capt. John L., at Newport, aged 47 years. 
American of 

GATEWOOD Miss , m the burning of the 

Richmond, Va., Theatre. 

GAU Mr. , at Freyes, France ; he was shot 

by order of Bonaparte for wearing the cross 
of St. Louis ; he died like a hero. Amer- 
ican of 

GAUKER Miss Christiana, at Baltimore, aged 
20 years. She was engaged to be married 
to a young man who communicated the 
fact to her that he had abandoned her. She 
became violently insane and died 10 days 
afterwards. She wanted to be dressed in 
white at 3 o'clock, she said her wedding 
hour, but it was her death hour instead. 
American of 

GAUSHI Alias Larochelle Michael, at William 
Henry Carr's, aged 99 years. This is the 
person mentioned in the papers ^ years 
ago as having fasted 42 days, 

GAVETT Mr. , shot as tis said wantonly, by 

a sentinel as he was returning in a boat 
from the U. S. Frigate Congress, at Ports- 
mouth, N H. He leaves wife and 7 chil- 
children, 
Sylvester Franklin, infant son of Sylvester, 
at Westerly, 

GAVIT Keturah, wife of Sylvester, Esq., at 
Westerly, aged 58 years, 

GAVITT Sylvester, at Westerly, aged about 74 
years. Soldier of the Revolution ; for a 
number of years was surveyor for the port 
of Pocatuck, 

GAY Miss Selah, aged 72 years, 

Oliver, of Pawtucket, drowned near Field's 

Point, 
George ; a red hot rod was accidentally run 
into his thigh, at Hardwich. American of 
David, at Dedham, aged 69 years. Ameri- 
can of 

'GAZEE Lydia, at Newport Asylum, aged 68 
years, 

GEARS Mary, widow of John, at Newport, in 
Sad year. American of 



Aug. 30, 1828 

March 25, 1831 

July 12, 1 83 1 

Dec. 26, 181 1 

July 5, 1814 



March 22, 1822 
March 14, i830> 

Feb. 20, 1814 

Dec. 7, 1823 

May 15, 1819 

May 2, 1829 
May 17, 1822 

Aug. 3, 1823 

Nov. 29, 1825 

March 25, 1831 

Feb. 19, 183 1 

Oct. 24, 1820 



192 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GEDDES Brig. Gen. John, at Charleston, S. C. 
He died very suddenly of apoplexy ; his 
eldest son swooned and in a few hours was 
also a corpse. American of 
GEER Azubah, widow, daughter of Daniel Chad- 
wick, at Worcester. American of 
GEOFFREY Abbe, at Paris, aged 76 years ; one 
of the editors of Journal de I'Empire, con- 
sidered one of the best theatrical critics of 
France. American of 
-GEFFREY Adeline, daughter of Nicholas, at 
Newport, aged 16 years. American of 
I.ouis, son of Nicholas, at Newport, aged 10 
months, 
GEHLAND M , a French chemist, in Ger- 
many. Was too zealous in watching an ex- 
periment. American of 
GEHLON M.,'at Bavaria, professor of chemistry 

in University of Munich. American of 
GELSTON Dr. Roland, at Nantucket, late of 

Portsmouth, aged 68 years, 
GENET George Clinton, son of Edmund C, 
aged 21 years, grandson of Vice-President 
George Clinton, at New York. American 
of 
GEORGE III, at London, England; has been 

King 59 years, 3 months, 9 days, 
GEORGE IV, King of England, born Aug. 

12, 1762, died, 
GEORGE Sarah, widow of Capt. Thomas, at 
Newport, in 76th year. American of 

, a mulatto, executed for the murder of 

Harriet Hearstall, 
William, elector of Hesse Cassel, suddenly, 
aged 73 years ; one of the oldest European 
Sovereigns. American of 

, child of David, at Concord, N. H., 

aged 2 years ; from a wound received from 
a rooster whose spur penetrated the skull 
bone. American of 
Hector, also Polly his wife, at Littleton, N. 

H.; died within 5 hours of each other, 
Richard, at Mendon, aged 59 years, 
Miss B , murdered by some unknown per- 
son, at Lancaster Co., Va , 
Rev. Enock, at Baltimore, aged about 60 
years; one of the Methodist Bishops. 
American of 
Sandwich Islander, lost overboard from ship 
Constitution of Nantucket, at sea, during 
her late voyage. American of 



March 18, 1828 
March 14, 1826 

May 31, 1814 

Aug. 27, 1819 

Aug. 4, 1828 

Dec. 15, 1815 

Aug. 6, 1 8 16 

Aug. 25, 1829 

Oct. 10, 1817 
Jan. 29, 1820 
June 26, 1830 
April 4, 1820 
April 15, 1820 

May II, 1 82 1 

July 16, 1822 

July 5, 1826 
Oct. 23, 1827 

April 8, 1828 
Sept. 9, 1828 
Oct. 26, 1830 



KHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS I93 

GERALD Daniel D., at Warwick, aged 27 years. 

American of May 6, 1825 

Samuel Arnold, youngest son of SamueP A., 

aged 3 years, 7 days, suddenly, Nov. 21, 1825 

Clorinda, wife of Samuel A., in 42d year, June 23, 1832 

GERARD Miss , in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., Theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 

GERER Mrs. , in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., Theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 

GERMAN Lieut. Lewis, U. S. Navy, at Sacketfs 
Harbor, N. Y.; was with Hull and Bain- 
bridge in the capture of the Guerriere and 
Java. American of May 7, 181Q 

GERRISH Francis, M. D.. at Salem, late of 
the U. S. Navy, aged 26 years. Ameri- 
can of April 27, 1 8 19 
William P., in this town, aged 68 years, 
at the almshouse; was the orily son of 
John, a merchant, in Boston, and the first 
regular auctioneer. American of March 25, 1823 

GERRY Elbridge, Vice President of the U. S., 

at Washington, in 70th year, Nov. 24, 1814 

GERSON George, the converted Jew, at Bath, 

Eng., aged 32 years. American of Nov. 29, 1826 

GETCHELL Moses, of Wells, Me., lost at sea 

from brig Hector, Sept. 14, 182 1 

GHENT Ephraim, of Cape Elizabeth, at Port- 
land, aged 60 years, fell from a log on 
Vaughan's Bridge into the river and 
drowned ; was one of the crew of the Letter 
of Markque Ship p-ox, which captured the 
British Ship Comberwell and conveyed her 
to Boston. She had a valuable cargo in- 
cluding 60,000 deer skins. The Fox had 
27 men, 8 guns and some Quakers. The 
British had 57 men and 18 guns. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 6, 1830 

GHOLSON Hon. Thomas, M. C. from Virginia. 

American of July 19, 1816 

GIANPIERTO formerly Prefect of Police to 
Murat, at Naples, assassinated. American 
of May II, 1821 

GIBB Robert, in New Brunswick ; was lost in 
the wood and found dead, reclined near a 
tree. His dog was near him in a starving 
condition, having remained near his master 
nearly a week. American of April 19, 1822 

GIBBS Burrows H., " a sportsman of the first 
water." His body was conveyed several 
hundred miles to be delivered up to a sheriff 



194 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GIBBS 

who had a bond of 1^4000 for his security. 

American of 
William, son of Silas, of Newport, in this 

town, in 19th year, 
Washington, graduate of Cambridge Univer- 
sity, at Charleston, S. C. American of 
Susan, youngest daughter of the late George, 

of Newport, at Boston, 
George W., son of John, of Providence, at 

Charleston, S. C, in 23d year, 
William. First Lieut. 44th Regiment of U. S. 

Infantry, recently brevetted captain for his 

conduct at New Orleans, at Washington, 

D. C. American of 
Rt. Hon. Sir Vicary, late Lord Chief Justice 

of England, in London. American of 
Mary, daughter of Col. George, at Sanwich, 

L. I., aged 3 years, 
Knos, at Portsmouth. A son of his, aged 

about 10 years, was instantly killed by a 

kick of a horse. American of 
Eliza, wife of Capt. Enos, daughter of Capt. 

Peleg Thurston, at Portsmouth, in 39th 

year. American of 
Sarah Maxwell, wife of Rev. AUston, of South 

Carolina, at Bordentown, N. J., in 29th 

year, 
George, son of late John, of Providence, at 

sea, on passage from New Orleans to New 

York, 
Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Caleb G., aged 

2 years, 12 days, 
Thomas, at Norwich, Ct., aged 43 years, 

formerly of Coventry, R. I., 
Sarah Cahoone, only child of Caleb G., aged 

10 months, 22 days, 
Mary, widow of George, of Newport, at Bos- 
ton, aged T] years, 
Cynthia, at Newport, in 88th year, 
Jonathan, at Portsmouth, aged 79 years, 
Elisha, at Newport, aged 42 years, 
Caleb Gardiner, of Providence, at Port 

Prince, aged 36 years, 
Elizabeth, daughter of late Capt. Jabez, 

Bristol, aged 23 years, 
Abraham (colored), aged about 81 years. 

American of 
Mary, widow of James, at Newport, aged 79 

years, American of 



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at 



June 18, 1816 

June 19, 1816 

July 26, 1 816 

Jan. 13, 1817 

Aug. 23, 1819 

Sept. 17, 1819 

March 31, 1820 

June 2, 1820 

Sept. I, 1820 

Oct. 13, 1820 

July 21, 1822 

Sept., 1822 

April 8, 1823 

Sept. 10, 1823 

Sept. 23, 1823 

Dec. 26, 1 824 
Oct. 26, 1825 
Jan. 24, 1827 
July 23, 1827 

Dec. — , 1827 

March 18, 1829 

July 13, 1830 

Dec. 28, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 195 

GIBBS , executed for piracy, at Ellis Island, 

N. Y. American of Aprj.1 27, 1831 

Mr. , at Newport, of the cholera. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 14, 1832 

Mary, wife of John, in 60th year, Sept. 21, 1832 

GIBBON Lieut. J , in the burning of the 

Richmond, Va., theatre, Dec. 26, 18 11 

GIBBINS Mrs. Mary, aged 107 years, at Prince 
Edward's Island. She retained her facul- 
ties to the last and walked across the room 
without assistance the day before she died. 
American of Feb. 9, 1830 

GIBSON Mrs. , in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., theatre, Dec. 26, 1811 

James, at Canterbury, N. H.; fell from a tree 
he had ascended to gather nuts. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 19, 1813 

John, negro cook, for poisoning a ship's crew, 

executed at Charleston, Feb. 22, 18 17 

Gen. John, at Braddocks Field, near Pitts- 
burgh, Penn. He commanded a regiment 
in the Revolution. In 1774 served under 
Lord Dunmore in the expedition against 
the Shawnee towns. He received from 
Logan, the Indian Chief, the speech which 
Mr. Jefferson's notes on Virginia gave a 
literal translation which he delivered to 
Lord Dunmore. American of April 26, 1822 

Miss Esther, m 38th year, July 18, 1822 

William, clerk in treasury department, in 

Maryland. American of Oct. 14, 1823 

Jonathan, at Grafton, Vt., aged ^^ years, sol- 
dier of the Revolution ; was ait Bennington. 
American of April 29, 1831 

GIDDINGS Capt. Joseph, of Newburyport, in 
the hospital ; was one of the prisoners on 
board the U. S. Cartel Perseverance, from 
Barbadoes; in this town (Masonic honors), July 31, 1813 

John, at Boston, aged 64 years. American of Jan. 5, 1830 

GIDEON Mrs. Lydia, in 87tb year, Dec. 4, 1826 

GIFFORD Joseph, at Little Compton, in 71st 

year, March 27, 181 1 

Benjamin, at Westport, aged 89 years ; was 
born at Dartmouth, and never 40 miles 
from home. His surviving descendants 
are 5 children and 189 grand and great- 
grandchildren, April 30, 1817 

John, in England, a political writer. Amer- 
ican of April 28, 1818 

Thomas, seamj.n, of Fairhaven, Mass., at 

Bermuda, Oct. 23, 18 19 



196 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GIFFORD Enos, Esq., at Little Compton, in 
8 1 St year, 

Judith, daughter of Joseph, deceased, at Lit- 
tle Compton. aged 50 years, 

Phebe, wife of Ephraim, at Little Compton, 
in 35th year, 

Caroline Ann, daughter of Adam, at West 
port, aged 18 months. American of 

Ephraim, Esq., at Little Compton. Amer- 
ican of 

David, eldest son of Sylvester, Esq., aged 16 
years, drowned at Little Compton, 

Se'th, at Uxbridge, Mass., aged 70 years. 
American of 

Thankful .S., aged 13 years, at Westport, 
daughter of Adam, 

Hannah P., daughter of Adam, at Westport, 
aged 21 years, 

David, at Newport, aged 26 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Ruba, daughter of Silas, of Tiverton, at Fall 
River, in 20th or 30th year. American of Jan. 

George Walden, son of Nicholas, at Newport, 
aged 5 years. 

Miss Sally, in 6ist year, 

Mary, wife of Isaac, aged 27 years, 

Timothy, son of Joseph, of Dartmouth, Mass., 
aged 20 years, pupil of Friends Boarding 
School, Providence. 

Fortune, wife ot Mr. Gifford,of Great Polteney 
Square, and daughter of late William Ran- 
dolph, Esq., of Bristol, Eng., and cousin of 
Hon. John and Hon. Thomas Jefferson, of 
Virginia, at Bath, Eng. American of 

. wife of Silas, at Tiverton, aged 55 years, 

Warren, at New Bedford, aged 5 1 years, 
GILCHRIST Octavius G., F-sq., in England ; 
well known to the literary world. Ameri- 
can of 

Laura J., wife of Robert, merchant, and 
daughter of Hon. Ambrose Spencer, at 
Albany, N. Y., aged 22 years. American of 
GILE Major Ezekiel, at Plaistow, N. H., aged 
85 years. He served under Gen. Aber- 
crombie in 1755 ; in 1759 was in expedition 
under Gen. Amherst; in 1775 was at Cam- 
bridge; 1776 at Ticonderoga; 1777 at the 
taking of Burgogne ; 1 778 at siege of Rhode 
Island. After the war he served his town 
in several important offices. American of 



Nov. 20, 1820 
Aug. 22, 1821 

Oct. 26, 1 82 1 
Dec. ir, 1821 

July 26, 1822 

Aug. 13, 1822 

June 15, 1824 

April 10, 1825 

May 2, 1825 

Aug. 30, 1825 

10, and 13, 1826 

April 3, 1826 
Aug. 2, 1827 
May 2, 1829 

Jan. 27, 1830 



May 7, 1830 

Jan. 20, 1 83 1 

May 8, 1831 



Sept. 2, 1823 



March 22, 1825 



April 13, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



197 



GILES Abraham B. V., youngest son of Hon. 
William B., in Virginia. American of 

Abigail, widow of Samuel, of Providence, at 
Cranston, aged 85 years, 

Gen. Aquilla, in New York, an officer of the 
Revolution. American of 

Rev. John, senior pastor of Second Presby- 
terian Church, at Newburyport, Mass., 
aged 68 years. American of 

John, at Cranston, aged about 50 years, 

Charles, son of David M. and Abigail, aged S 
months, 

Stephen, at Wolfeboro, N. H., aged 23 years, 
from a kick in the bowel by a horse. Amer- 
ican of 

William B., late member of Virginia Conven- 
tion, m Virginia. American of 
GILBERT Rebecca, wife of Seth, Esq., at Mans- 
field, in 83d year. American of 

Dr. James, of New Haven, Ct., aged 39 years, 
at sea, on board ship Morning Star, on 
passage from Charleston to Havana, 

Col. Samuel, at Hebron, in 84th year, 

Major Daniel, at Mansfield, aged 5 1 years, 

Hannah, wife of James, at Mansfield, aged 
52 years, 

George, Esq., aged 59 years, burial at Mans- 
field. 

E , actor, perished in the burning of the 

Royal Brunswick Theatre, London, 

Mrs. Christiana, aged 58 years, 

Abraham, at Glocester, aged 68 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Thaddeus, at Cummington, aged 80 years; 
Revolutionary soldier. American of 
GILFERT Charles, theatrical manager, at New 

York. American of 
GILL Mrs. Rachel, at Philadelphia, of Society 
of Friends. Had charge for many years 
of the Female Institution for the Distressed, 
aged 71 years. American of 
GILLARD John, of Pawtucket, on coast of 

Africa, 
GILLETT Emma, wife of Bezeleel, and daugh- 
ter of Anthony Wilbur, Esq., of Newport, 
at Raleigh, N. C, in 25th year. American of 

Peter, at Norton, Mass., aged 56 years, 
drowned while bathing in the pond, 

Rev. Alexander, aged 76 years ; at Torring- 
ton, Ct., very suddenly. 



Jan. 17, 1817*. 
Aug. 22, 1819 
April 19, 1822 



Oct. 1;, 1824 
June 21, 1827 

Feb. II, 1828 



June 14, 1831 
Dec. 23, 1 83 1 
Aug. 27, 18 1 3 

Feb. II, 1818 

April 21, 1818 

March 14, 1820 

Feb. 12, 1826 

June S, 1826 

Feb. 8, 1828 
May 23, 1829 

June 25, 1830 

Nov. I, 1830 

Aug. 4, 1829 

Oct. 3, 1823 
Feb. — , 1826 

Nov. 19, 1822 
July II, 1823 
Jan. 19, 1826 



198 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GILLIAM Lieut. Henry, at Thompson's Island. 

Was in the first cruise of the Constitution 

after commencement of hostilities. In the 

second cruise is said to have been the man 

who gave Capt. Lambert his death wound. 

Americano! Nov. 14, 1823 

GILLPATRICK Mary B., daughter of Mrs. 

Hunnats, of Saco, Me., aged 18 years, at 

Boston, while on a visit, Jan. 10, 1830 

GILLSON Charles Potter, infant son of Oliver, 

Jr., July 25, 1823 

Daniel, at Attleboro, aged 76 years. Ameri- 
can of May 30, 1826 
GILLMAN Arabella, wife of Moses, at Boston, 

aged 24 years, April 11, 183 1 

GILMAN Dr. George, eldest son of Dr. Josiah, 

at York, Me., aged 28 years, 
Capt. Stephen, at Unity, aged 72 years, 

Soldier of the Revolution ; was at Bunker 

Hill. American of 
John Taylor, at Exeter, N. H.; for many 

years Governor of the State. American of 
Joseph, eldest son of Benjamin Ives Gilman, 

Esq., in Louisville, Ky., 
Mrs. Rebecca, widow of Joseph, Esq., for- 
merly of New Hampshire, at Philadel- 
phia, in 76th year. American of 
Hon. Nicholas, U. S. Senator from N. H., 

at Philadelphia, 
GILMORE Nancy, wife of Sidney, at Taunton. 

American of 
Benjamin Brooks, son of George W., aged 19 

months, 
Nancy, aged 70 years, 
GILLMORE Col Nathaniel, son of late Nathan- 
iel, of Providence, at Stafford, Ct., aged 58 

years, Dec. 30, 1828 

GILPIN Joseph Sims, second son of John Ber- 
nard Gilpin, Esq., H. B. M's Consul, at 

Newport ; was a midshipman on board the 

Boyne, flagship of Admiral Sir Harry Neal, 

in Basque Road; was mortally wounded 

while in command of a boat's crew in an 

action with the French, May 8, 181 1 

Mary, wife of John B., and daughter of C^apt. 

John MiKer, of and at Newport, aged 33 

years American of July 11, 1814 

GILSILLAN Thomas, at Barnet.Vt. His three 

children, William, Agnes and Thomas, died 

of typhus fever. American of July 18, 1815 



April 13, 


1830 


Sept. 9, 


1828 


Aug. 13, 


1823 


May 27, 


1823 


May 2. 


1814 


March 15, 


1822 


Nov. 1 6, 
Sept. 22. 


1824 
1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



199 



GIMBOL John, at Oakham, Eng., aged 75 
years ; among his effects were found three 
bushels of malt which he had purchased to 
help out his wedding day, but the bride 
failing to fulfill the contract it remained 
unused and was used by him as a reminder 
of woman's fickleness. American of 
GINNODO Alfred, at South Kingstown, in isth 

year, 
GIPPLE George, aged about 35 years, fell from 
the staging at the raising of a meeting 
house, at Cayuga CreeK, N, Y., and died 
next day. Americf-n of 

GIRARD Gen. , a French general, from 

wounds and anxiety of mind (after his de- 
feat by Gen. Hill), in Spain. American of 

Stephen, the Philadelphia banker. Ameri- 
can of 

GIRARDIN Mrs. , and two children, in the 

burning of the Richmond, Va., theatre, 
GIVENS William, aged about 75 years, 

GIVEN Mr. , of New York, lost in the 

wreck of the ship Diamond. American of 

Dr. John S., at Carlile Barracks, Penn., from 
bursting of the cannon while firing salutes, 
GLADDING Timothy, in this town, in 68th 
year, 

Mary, wife of Benjamin, in this town, aged 
62 years, 

Ebenezer, late of this town, at Riga, N. Y., 
by a fall of a tree, 

Mary, wife of John, and daughter of John 
Perrin, of and at this town, in 30th year, 

Elizabeth, daughter of Timothy, aged 14 
months, 

Capt. Samuel, at Bristol, in 46th year, 

Capt. Nathaniel, in this town, in 60th year, 

Ann, wife of George W., and daughter of 
Abel Jacobs, of Thompson, Ct., in 19th 
year, 

Hale, in this town, m 43d year, 

Sarah, wife of Capt. Joshua, at Bristol, aged 
61 years, 

Margaret, wife of Capt. John, formerly of 
Providence, and daughter of the late Dr. 
Philip Padelford. American of 

Henry, Jr., at Newport, in 3Sth year. Amer- 
ican of 

John, Sr., in 82d year, has left a posterity of 
6 children, 40 grand and 40 great-grand- 
children, at Bristol, 



Aug. 22, 1815 
Oct. 14, 1821 

June 26, 1832 

Feb. II, 1812 

Jan. 3, 1832 

Dec. 26, 1 81 1 
Oct. 30, 1 82 1 

March i, 1825 

July 4, 1825 

Nov. 6, 1808 

Oct. 21, 1809 

April — , 1 810 

Oct. 12, 181 1 

June 8, 18 12 

Dec. 8, 1813 

March 6, 18 r 4 



May. 1 6, 1814 
Dec. 15, 1815 

Jan. 27, 1819 



Sept. 24, 1 8 19 
March 24, 1820. 

Sept. 25, 182a 



200 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GLADDING Mrs. Rebecca, at Bristol. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 10, 1820 
Cvnthia Wheaton, wife of Col. Abraham S., 

'in 32d year, July 28, 1821 

Hannah Rowland, youngest daughter of 

Capt. Nathaniel, at Bristol, aged 14 

months, Aug. 22, 182 1 

Nancy, eldest daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, 

at Bristol, aged 12 years, Oct. 2, 1821 

George, Jr., only child of George, at Barring- 
ton, aged 7 years, Nov. 2, 1821 
James W., infant son of Nicholas B , aged 

10 months, Dec. 25, 1821 

Freelove, widow of Hall, in 44th year, March 7, 1822 

William, at Bristol, aged 70 years, pensioner 

of the Revolution. American of Nov. 22, 1822 

Susan Cady, youngest daughter of Joseph S., 

at Plainfield, Ct., aged 2 years. American 

of Dec. 17, 1822 

Allen Tillinghast, infant son of Capt. John, 

aged 3 months, Aug. 3, 1824 

Henry, at Newport, aged 79 years, Feb. 24, 1825 

Henry, of Newport, who died recently, was 

the last surviving member of a family of 

twenty sons and one daughter having the 

same mother. American of March 8, 1825 
, widow of Henry, at Newport, drowned 

herself while insane. American of June 3, 1825 

, child of John, aged i year, at Bristol, Aug. 18, 1826 

Benjamin Fuller, son of Samuel, at Bristol, 

aged 3 years, 7 months, July 29, 1827 

Margaret, infant daughter of Capt. John, 

aged 8 months, Oct. i, 1827 

Joshua, at Bristol, aged 71 years, Feb. 3, 1828 

Mary, daughter of, Benjfmin, Oct. 17, 1828 

Nancy, widow of Timothy, in 78th year, May 13, 1830 

Jonathan, son of Hall, in 22d year, March 6, 1831 

Sarah Foster, wife of Samuel, daughter of 

Joseph Sweet, in 26th year, Oct. 20, 1831 

Sarah Foster, wife of Samuel, and daughter 

of Joseph Sweet, in 26th year, Oct. 22, 1831 

Capt. Nathaniel, Jr., at Bristol, in 31st year. 

American of Nov. 15, 1831 

Sarah Ann, wife of Samuel, 2d, at Bristol, 

aged 26 years, suddenly, Feb. 3, 1832 

Louisa Frances, only daughter of Henry C, 

in 2d year, April 13, 1832 

Eleanora, infant daughter of Nathaniel, aged 

2 years, April 25, 1832 

Mary Tillinghast, daughter of Capt. John, in 

Stn year, June 3, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



201 



GLADDING Frances C, wife of Henry G., and 
^ daughter of. Pardon T. Hurlburt, at Digh- 
, ton, in 25th year, 
Benjamin, in 90th year, 
GLASCOCK Gen. John S., member of South 
Carolina legislature, at Edgefield Court 
House, S. C; was severely wounded by 
discharge of a gun which caused his death. 
American of 

GLASS , daughter of Reuben, at Bath, N. 

Y., fell from a wagon and was killed. 
American of 
GLASSIER Capt. John, aged 73 years, 
GLEASON Simeon, at Dana, Mass., aged 43 
years, about 
Capt. Joseph, commissary of gth regiment, 
U. S. Infantry, aged 33 years, son of the 
late Capt. Joseph, of Boston, at Michilli- 
makinack, 
Samuel, at Worcester, aged 17 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Abel, formerly of Boston, at New York, 

aged 39 years. American of 
Mrs. Rebecca T., at Boston, aged 32 years. 
American of 
GLEAVES John, from a blow of a stone, at 

Philadelphia, aged 25 years, 
GLENN John, an Englishman, aged about 40 

years, drowned in the harbor, 
GLIDDEN Mrs. Ruth, wife of Charles, Esq., at 

Whitefield. American of 
GLISSON Sarah W., wife of John, at Newport, 
daughter of Thomas Sommers, Esq., of 
Charleston, S. C, at Newport, aged 38 
years, 
GLOSS F"rances Alio, at Dayton, O. American 
of 

GLOVER Mrs. Polly, at Portsmouth, aged , 

from excessive use of gin. American of 
Mary Ann, granddaughter of late John Bra- 
zier, Esq., at Boston. American of 
GOD BOLD Gen. Thomas, at Marion District, 

S. C. American of 
GODDARD William, at Newport, aged 75 years. 
American of 
Mrs. Mary, at Newport, in S9th year, 
Rev. Edward, at Swansey, former pastor of 

Congregational church there, 
Townsend, eldest son of Thomas, at New- 
port, in 20th year. American of 



Aug. 14, 1832 
Jan. 9, 1833 



Feb. 13, 1824 



June 23, 1820 
Aug. 10, 1820 

Jan. 21, 1810 



March 27, 1820 

July 28, 1826 

Jan. 8, 1830 

March 22, 1831 

July 21, 1828 

Aug. 14, 1832 

Nov. 6, 1829 

Oct. 16, 1 821 

Oct. 5, 1824 

May 21, 1830 

March i, 1831 

July 29, 1825 

May 4, 18 10 
July 4, 1811 

Oct. f3, i8ri 

Oct. 15, 1811 



2Q2 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

GODDARD Mary Catharine, at an advanced 
age, at Baltimore ; was for a time editress 
of Baltimore Journal and postmistress, Aug. 12, 1816 

William, Esq., at Providence, first editor and 
proprietor of the Providence Gazette ; he 
had published papers in New York, Phila- 
delphia and Baltimore ; he had just com- 
pleted his 77th year ; his burial was at the 
North End, Dec.23, 1817 

Benjamin, son of the late Stephen, of New- 
port, m 26th year, at Darlington Court- 
bouse, S. C, Nov. 6, 1819 

James W., »on of Thomas, at Newport, in 

26th year, Feb. 19, 1821 

Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of late William, in 

31st year, Oct. 9, 182 1 

Rebecca, daughter of Thomas, at Newport, Sept. 15, 1822 

Eliza, infant daughter of William G., editor 
of this paper, aged 9 months, Jan. 13, 1823 

Edward V., infant son of Henry, aged i year, 
from a severe scald, Jan. 20, 1824 

Amanda F., daughter of Salmon, Esq., aged 

about 2 years, at Royalston, Mass., April S, 1824 

Dolly, wife of Salmon, Esq., at Royalston, 

Mass., June 24, 1824 

Mary, wife of John, Esq., and daughter of 
Paul Peck, Jr., Esq., at Philadelphia. 
Am.erican of April 15, 1825 

Tyler P., eldest son of Tyler, aged 17 years, 

at Paxton, Mass. American of Oct. 18, 1825 

Clarissa, j'oungest daughter of Elder 1 ^uther, 

at Worcester, aged 26 years, April 13, 1826 

Hon. John, at Portsmouth, N. H., aged 73 
years. American of Dec. 22, 1829 

Thomas, accountant, killed in the Clift street 

catastrophe. New York, May 4, 1832 

Thomas H., the accountant, killed by a fall- 
ing building, in New York. American of May 8, 1832 
GODEY, formerly Prince of Peace, of Spain ; he 
bequeathed his property, near $7,000,000. 
to Kirg Ferdinand ; in Italy. American of Nov. 20, 1823 
GODFREY Richard, in this town, in 37th year, Jan. 9, 1809 

Mary, daughter of Col. Benjamin, at Milford, 

aged 23 years. May 26, 1816 

Samuel W., son of Col. Benjamin, at Mil- 
ford, Mass., in 22d year, July g, 18 17 

Samuel E,, executed for murder, at Wood- 
stock, Vt., Feb. 13, 18 1 8 

Mrs. . at Deerfield, N. H., aged 100 years, 

5 months ; she died in the first house 



KHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 203 

GODFREY : 

erected in the town and is the first death in 
it ; although occupied as a dweUing was 
erected by Mr. Longfellow as a garrison. 
American of May i, 1821 

Frances, daughter of Joshua, aged 2 years, 6 

months, July 28, 182 1 

Mrs. Jemima, wife of William, at Taunton, 

aged 38 years, May 24, 1822 

Miss Penelope, at Newport almshouse, aged 

72 years, Nov. 3, 1822 

Mary, the first person born in Rhode Island 
Colony, died April 14, 1715, aged TJ years. 
American of Feb. 25, 1823 

Capt. Isaac, at Taunton, in 87th year. Amer- 
ican of • Feb. 18, 1825 

Sally Granger, daughter of Christopher C, 

aged 15 years. April 20, 1825 

Capt. Caleb, in 89th year, Aug. i, 1825 

Capt. Caleb ; served in the Revolution, and 
was one of those who burnt the Gaspee, 
in Providence river in June, 1772. Of 
these daring men 4 are now known to be 
alive. American of Aug. 9, 1825 

Mrs. Mary Ann, at Newport, aged 22 years ; 
she was the daughter of Capt. Solomon N. 
Barlow. American of May 15, 1827 

Rebecca Frances, infant daughter of Chris- 
topher C. Godfrey. Oct. 12, 1828 

Sarah, widow of Richard, in 91st year, Nov. 24, 1828 

Capt. Samuel, aged about 88 years, Sept. 21, 1831 

GOFF Elder Nathan, at Rehoboth, in 69th year. 

American of July 2, 18 19 

Joseph, Esq., at Rehoboth, in 95th year ; also 
Patience, his wife, in 89th year. Had 
lived together 71 years, had \i\ children, 
57 grand and 71 great grandchildren. 
American of Feb. 25, 1820 

Levi, Jr., at Rehoboth, aged 50 years. Amer- 
ican of , Feb. 25, 1820 

Merian, widow of Squire, at Rehoboth, in 

90th year, Oct. 15, 1820 

James, Jr., of Warren, at Matanzas, in 46th 

year, June 13, 1827 

Samuel, at Boston, aged 83 years. Ameri- 
can of July 7, 1830 
GOFFICON Thomas, formerly of South Caro- 
lina, at Matanzas, W. I., aged 25 years, Dec. 6, 1817 
GOLD Thomas, Esq., at Pittsfield, Mass., oldest 
attorney before the Berkshire bar and 



204 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GOLD: 

formerly president of the Agricultural 
Bank. American of 

GOLDSBORO Robert, Esq., at Cambridge, Md., 
killed by a stick of timber flying in a whirl- 
wind at that place, 

GOLDSBURY Rev. Asa C, formerly of Provi- 
dence, at New Orleans, 

GOLLMAN Rachel, wife of John. Jr., aged 19 
years, at Portsmouth, R. I., suddenly, 

GOLZ Lt. Gen. Count, formerly Ambassador to 
Russia, in Berlin. American of 

GOMEZ Esther, wife of Moses, and daughter of 
the late Aaron Lopez, of Newport, at New 
York, 

GONSOLVO Samuel, aged 38 years, son of 
John, of Providence, at New Orleans, 

GONSOLVE Sarah, wife of William, in 44th 
year, 

GONSALIR Hercule, aged 67 years, Cardinal 
and Prime Minister of Pius VII, at Rome. 
American of 

GOOD Abraham, at Williamsville, Niagara Co., 
N. Y., aged 26 years, a suicide ; had been 
married 6 months and was in good cir- 
cumstances. American of 

GOODALE John, at Worcester, Mass., aged 82 
years. American of 
Miss Martha, at Abington, Ct., aged 42 years, 
after an illness of 1 7 years, 

GOODALL Rev. David, at Littleton, N. H., 
aged 80 years ; graduated from Dartmouth 
at the time of the Revolution, assisted in 
the capture of Chamolee, a St. John's set- 
tlement in the Quebec Expedition ; was 
minister at Halifax, Vt., 20 years ; was 
member of N. H. Assembly, and one of the 
oldest magistrates in the State. American 
of 

GOODELL Amasa, at Pomfret, Ct., aged 75 
years. American of 

GOODENOUGH Eliza, at Wendall, Mass., 
aged 15 years. American of 

GOODHUE Hon. Benjamin, Esq., late a U. S. 
Senator, at Salem, Mass., aged 66 years. 
American of 
Timothy J., aged 2 years, 8 months, July 17 ; 
Addison, in 8th year, July 23 ; Elizabeth, 
in 17th year, July 30; Jonathan B., in 13th 
year, Aug. 6. These are all children of 



March 2, 1827 

June 21, 1817 

Sept. 17, 1827 

April 6, 1 83 1 

Sept. 20, 1 8 16 

Jan. 3, 181 1 

April 23, 1830 

July 2, 1832 

April 23, 1824 

July 31, 1829 
May 4, 1827 
Aug. 2, 1828 



March 23, 1830 
Feb. 17, 1S24 
Dec. 20, i8i6 

Aug. 5, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 205 

GOODHUE: 

Daniel, late of Rumney, Grafton Co., N. 
H., all from dysentSry ; had just recovered 
from the measles, at Pawtucket. Ameri- 
can of Aug. 10, 1 82 1 
Charles Treadwell, son of Daniel T., aged i 
year, Jan. 20, 1822 
GOODING Matthew, at Dighton, Mass., aged 

6i years, Jan. 10, 1821 

John, son of John, at Bristol, N. Y., aged 6 
years, killed himself by striking his head 
with a hatchet with which he was splitting 
some wood. American of May i, 182 1 

Hannah, widow of Matthew, at Wellington, 

aged 49 years. American of May 27, 1825 

GOODMAN Elizabeth, Laura, Louisa and Eu- 
genea, daughters of Dukej also his sister, 
all of the fever, at Charleston, S. C. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 19, 1824 
GOODRICH Chauncey, at Hartford, Ct., Lt. 

Governor of the State, aged 57 years, Aug. 18, 1815 

Julia Ann N., wife of James, daughter of the 
late William Lawton, of Providence, at 
Nantucket, in 22d year, May 4, 1824 

, child of William B., at Buffalo, burnt 

to death by clothes taking fire. American 
of Dec. 16, 1831 

GOODRIDGE Mrs. Mary, widow of Joseph, at 
Beverly, Mass., took a few drops of prussic 
acid by mistake. American of Sept. 14, 1824 

GOODSON John, aged 31 years, Feb. 17, 1817 

GOODSPEED Sarah, wife of Jeremiah, and 

daughter of Leonard Wilcox, in 19th year, Nov. 4, 1826 

GOODWIN Henry,. only son of the late Henry, 
of Newport, a graduate of R. I. College, in 
Cuba. American of Jan. 10, 1812 

Nathaniel, Esq., at Plymouth, Mass., aged 71 
years ; was for the last 25 years Major 
General of the 5th Division, Massachusetts 
Militia. American of March 23, 181 9 

Benjamin, of Hudson, N Y., at Havana, June 13, 1819 

John Alfred, son of James T., Esq., at Co- 
lumbia, S. C, Aug. 24, 1821 
James A., infant son of James T., Esq., of 

Columbia, S. C, at Providence, July 29, 1823 

James, of Ireland, at Mobile, aged 37 years, Aug. 17, 1825 

Mrs. Sarah, wife of Dr. Charles, at Taunton, 

aged 28 years. American of Feb. 9, 1827 

GOOLSBY William, at Albemarle, Va., aged 
108 years His wife is still alive only a 



206 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GOOLSBY: 

few years younger and have been mar- 
ried more than 80 years. His strength 
and faculties were good and eyesight per- 
fect, 

GORDON Capt. , killed in a duel with 

Mr. Hanson. American of 

Capt. Charles, Commander of U. S. Frigate 
Constitution, at Messina, Italy ; buried with 
due honors, 

Capt. , of the U. S. Mediterranean 

Squadron, supposed to have died from his 
fever. American of 

Capt. , of U. S. Mediterranean Squad- 
ron, reported to have died of his fever some 
days since is here contradicted. American 
of 

William, Esq., at Washington, D. C, aged 43 
years, a clerk in the War department. 
American of 

Walter Sherlan, aged 24 years, third son of 
Robert C, of Philadelphia, at his uncle's 
residence, Isles of Barbadoes, 
GORE John, Esq., at Boston, aged 46 years. 
American of 

John, at Boston, aged 37 years. American of 

Hon. Christopher, at Waltham, Mass., aged 
69 years ; for a time was U. S. district 
attorney, governor and State senator, 
GORHAM Benjamin, son of the late Major Ja- 
bez, in this town, in 24th year, 

Samuel, formerly of this town, at Cranston, 
in 54th year, 

Amey, wife of Capt. Jabez, and youngest 
daughter of Samuel Thurber, Esq., in 26th 
year, 

Lieut. Benjamin, of 5th Regiment U. S. In- 
fantry, at Fort Armstrong, 

Harriet Sheldon, infant daughter of John, 

Benjamin, son of Capt. Jabez, 

George, son of John, 

Susan Earle, daughter of Daniel, at Warwick, 

Daniel, at Phenix, in 37th year. American of 

Dr. John, Professor- of Chemistry, Harvard 
University, at Boston, aged 46 years, 
GORTON Edward H., son of John, at New 
Shoreham, in 31st year, drowned in the 
storm of 

Sarah, wife of Jonathan, at Warwick, in 76th 
year, 



March 22, 1818 
Jan. 19, 1 8 10 

Sept. 6, 1816 

Dec. 3, 1816 

Dec. 24, 1 8 16 
June 8, 1827 

Aug. 12, 1829 

April I, 1817 
Nov. 4, 1817 

March i, 1827 
Nov. 12, 1809 
Sept. 19, 1817 

Nov. 26, 1820 

Oct. 13, 1821 

Feb. 28, 1822 

Dec. 5, 1823 

July 21, 1826 

March 9, 1828 

March 17, 1829 

March 27, 1829 

Sept. 23, 1815 
Feb. 8, 1816 



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207 



GORTON Hannah, wife of Thomas, and daugh- 
ter of Rev. Thomas Manchester, of East 
Greenwich, at West Greenwich, in 28th 
year ; sermon by Rev. Pardbn Tillinghast, 

Jonathan, Esq , at Warwick, in 83d year, 

Samuel, Esq., in 78th year, 

Mrs. Phebe, of East Greenwich, in 84th year, 
at Tiverton, 

Edward, at Newport, aged 74 years. Amer- 
ican of 

John, at Warwick, in 69th year, 

Mary Blodgett, infant daughter of Capt. 
Clarke, aged i year, at Warwick, 

Capt. Benjamin E., son of late Benjamin, of 
Warwick, at Providence, in 57th year (Ma- 
sonic honors), 

John, at New Shoreham, late representative 
from that town, 

Cindrilla, wife of Oliver, at Warwick, in 24th 

^ year, 

Cynthia, wife of James, Jr., daughter ot Rus- 
sell Burlingame, of Coventry, at Jewett 
City, Conn., in 29th year, 

Capt. Clarke, of Providence, master of brig 
Robert Cochran, at Kingston, Jam., in 46th 
year, 

Mary, wife of Jeremiah, and daughter of 
Richard Arnold, of Cranston, at Newport, 
N. Y., 

Benjamin, at Warwick, in 53d year, 

John, E.sq., at New Shoreham, perished in 
the late snowstorm, 

Oliver, at North Providence, aged 36 years. 
American of 

Rhoda, widow of Edward, at Newport, aged 
66 years. American of 
GORY Daniel, at Glocester, aged 72 years; was 
a native of Scotland and an officer in the 
Highland Regiment who were made pris- 
oners at Boston after the enemy had evacu- 
ated the place in 1776. American of 
GOSMER George, at New York, aged 66 years. 

American of 
GOSS John, in this town, aged 30 years, 

Esther, widow of John, in this town, in 31st 
year, 
GOUCH Simeon, of Rhode Island, at sea, on 

board U. S. Ship Cyane. American of 
GOULD Alice, daughter of the late Thomas, at 
Middletown, in 47th year, 



Sept. 19, 181 6 
Oct. 23, 1820 
Nov. 25, 1820 

Nov. 21, 182 1 

Feb. 19, 1822 
March 8, 1822 

May 30, 1822 

Dec. 22, 1822 

Dec. 23, 1822 

March 24, J. 823 

April 3, 1824 

July 6, 1825 

Feb. 2, 1828 
Aug. 18, 1828 

Jan. 2, r829 

Feb. 8, 1831 

Feb. 18, 1831 



March 29, 18 14 

June 6, 1820 
Jan. 21, i8io 

Jan. 13, 1812 

Jan. S, 1821 

July 10, 1810 



208 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GOULD Alice, widow of Thomas, at Middle- 
town, in 79th year. American of 

Mrs. , widow of Dr. , of Bramford, 

Ct., at Litchfield. American of 

Sarah, widow of John, Esq., at Middletbwn, 
aged 79 years, 

Jacob, aged 65 years, murdered at Stoneham, 
Mass. American of 

Thomas, merchant, son of Benjamin, of New- 
port, at Albany, N. Y., in sist year, 

Mary Jane, youngest daughter of David, aged 
18 months, 

Benjamin, at Newport, in 87th year, 

Mrs. Catharine, at Newport, aged 99 years. 
American of 

Horace H., son of Jacob C, aged 15 months, 
8 days, 

Miss Martha, at Newport, aged 86 years, 

Mary, at Newport, Society of Friends, aged 
81 years, 

Isaac, seaman from brig Shibboleth, at the 
hospital, 

Bathsheba, at Newport, of Society of Friends, 
aged 20 years, 

Ann Ehza, wife of Col. John, only daughter 
of Nathaniel P. Whitney, in 27th year, 

James R., attorney at law, son of Hon. James, 
of Litchfield, Ct., at Augusta, Ga., in 27th 
year. American of 

Abraham, of Portland, perished at sea in 
wreck of schooner Enterprise. American 
of 

Asahel, at Newton, aged 31 years, leaves wife 
and 4 children ; was accidentally killed by 
a premature discharge of a pistol, 

Mary Ann, wife of James, in 21st year, 

Edmund A., son of Edmund C, at Glenford, 
Scituate, in 7th year, 
GOULDING Clarke, at Worcester, aged 61 
years, 

Mary E., daughter of Palmer, late of Wor- 
cester, at Providence, 
GOURLEY Charles G., son of Jacob B., Esq., 
aged 20 years, at New London, Ct. Amer- 
ican of 
GOVERNEUR Isaac, at New York, killed in a 
duel. American of 

Isaac H., only son of late Isaac, Esq., in Lon- 
don, aged 20 years. 



Nov. 27, 1810 

Oct. II, 1816 

Dec. 2, 1816 

Dec. 4, 1819 

April 20, 1820 

July 2, 1 82 1 
Aug. 21, 1821 

July 9, 1822 

Sept. 8, 1822 
Sept. 7, 1823 

April 3, 1824 

June 6, 1828 

July 29, 1828 

May 12, 1829 

Oct. 26, 1830 

March 11, 1831 

April 18, 1 83 1 
Jan. 21, 1832 

Jan. 28, 1832 

Aug. 14, 1829 

May I, 1830 

July 22, 1828 
July 18, 1815 
June 21, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



209 



GO WAN Lieut. John S., of U. S. Frigate Essex, 
killed in a duel on James Island in the Pa- %. 
cific Ocean. American of 
GRACIE Elizabeth Stoughton, wife of William, 
and daughter of Oliver Wolcott, at Hurl- 
gate, N. Y., in 24th year. American of 
GRAFTON Mary Ann Eliza, daughter of Ben- 
jamin C, aged 3 years, n months, 
Susan Gray, daughter of Nathaniel, aged 16 

months, 
Harriet S., wife of J. D., daughter of the late 
Rev. Dr. Stillman, of Boston, at St. Gene- 
vieve, Mo., aged 25 years, 
Samuel, aged 2 years, 9 months, son of Capt. 

Samuel, 
Margaret Jane, daughter of George, aged 6 

years, 4 months, 
Mrs. Hannah, in 71st year, 
Stephen Gano, infant son of Rev. Benjaniin 

C, aged 4 monchs, 4 days, at Seekonk, 
Ann, wife of Rev. Benjamin C, at Taunton, 
in 45th year, 
(^AHAM George W., aged 15 years, 7 months, 
son of Robert, on board the Gen. Hamil- 
ton, where he was a midshipman, 
James, executed for the murder of Hugh 
Cameron and Alexander McGallaway, at 
Delhi, N. Y. He was an Irishman and the 
victims Scotchmen. He protested his in 
nocence to the last. American of 
Thomas, aged 38 years, 

Hon. John, U. S. Minister to Brazil, in 
Washington, D. C. American of 

Dr. , at New Orleans, said to have been 

murdered by Campbell Carlisle over some 
trifling dispute. American of 
Robert, at Newport, aged 53 years, fell from 

roof of a house, 
Susannah, widow of Robert, at Newport, 

aged 40 years, 
William G., editor of the New York En- 
quirer, killed in a duel with Mr. Barton, 
at Hoboken, 
George, Esq., Commissioner of the General 
Land office, at Washington City. Ameri- 
can of 
GRANGER Joshua I., mate of schooner Susan, 
Capt. Lumbard, drowned on passage from 
Newburyport to St. Bartholomew. Ameri- 
can of 



Aug. 23, 1 814 

July 6, 1829 

Oct. 16, 181 1 

March 13, 1821 

Aug. 2X, 1821 

Dec. 14, 1821 

June 29, 1828 
March 13, 1831 

May 10, 1 83 1 

Feb. 6, 1832 

May 13, 1811 



Aug. 16, 1814 
May 14, 1820 

Aug. 15, 1820 



Feb. 13, 1824 

Dec. IS, 1825 

March 23, 1826 

Nov. 28, 1827 

Aug. 13, 1830 

May I, 1810 



210 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

GRANGER Hon. Gideon, at Canandaigua, N. 
Y., late Postmaster General of the United 
States. American of Jan. lo, 1823 

Bildad, in sist year. American of Oct. 14, 1823 

Frederick, at Koston. aged 70' years, native 
of Springfield, Mass.; was many years at- 
tached to the orchestra and noted as a 
composer and musician. He served the 
entire Revolutionary War in the army, Feb. 7, 1830 

GRANT Capt. , of Castme, Me., at St. 

Pierre, W. I., Sept. 2, 1809 

Capt. Joshua, at Wrentham, Mass., fell from 
a haystack, Sept. i, 1810 

Elias, at Attleboro, aged 35 years, Jan. 9, 181 1 

Daniel, at Baltimore. American of Julyg, 1816 

Rev. Ebenezer, at Princeton, N. J., pastor of 
Presbyterian Church, in 48th year, at Bed- 
ford, Westchester Co., N. Y., Sept. 6, 1821 

John, at Cumberland, in 72d year, Sept. 13, 1821 

Nabby, wife of John, and daughter of late 
Nathaniel Richmond, of Providence, at 
Uxbridge, aged 25 years. American of Nov. 23, 1821 

Patrick, a soldier, in Scotland, aged 1 1 1 years, * 

the last survivor of the battle of Colloden. 
He enjoyed a pension of a guinea a week 
from the King's privy purse. American of April 23, 1824 

Allen, son of Benjamin, at Bristol, aged 24 
years. American of Jan. 29, 1828 

Gilbert, Esq., at Cumberland, in 88th year, 
at the residence of Capt. Burton Burlin- 

^ game; was a soldier of the Revolution, Sept. 23, 1829 

Shubael, at OlneyviUe, in 86th year, Nov. 5, 1830 

Ann, widow of Dea. Moses, at Boston, aged 

77 years, April 7, 1831 

John, at Warren, in 39th year. American of May 24, 1831 

Lyndon Knight, son of Joseph, at Provi- 
dence, aged 2 years, 2 months, May 12, 1832 
GRANTLAND Fleming, Jr., editor of George 
Journal, and member of the State senate, 
at Milledgeville, Ga. American of Feb. 19, 1819 

GRAPPE Mons. , a French jurisconsultes 

and professor in law school. American of Aug. 2, 1825 

GRASSE Victor, the steward, killed by an explo- 
sion on steamboat Etna, May i"! 1824 
GRATTAN Rt Hon. Henry, in 78th year, 
member of Parliament from Dublin, in Ire- 
land. American of March 31, 1820 

Hon. Mr. His death before reported was 
premature. American of April 28, 1820 

Hon. Henry, in London, aged 70 years, mem- 
ber of Parliament for Ireland, June 4, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



211 



GRATTAN William, at New York, in 35th year, 

printer, 
GRAVEN Mrs. Agnes, at Kendall, in 94th year; 
she kept George and Dragon Inn 54 years, 
at Kent. American ol 
GRAVES Lucy, daughter of the late Rev. John, 

in this town, in 34th year, 
GREAVES Jacob, carpenter's crew, killed on 

board the Little Belt, in action with U. S. 

frigate President, 
GRAVES Charles, Jr., near Charleston, S. C, 

aged 2 1 years, shot by a pistol accidentally. 

American of 
Capt. George, at Providence, in 48th year, 

Masonic honors, 
Lucy, wife of Capt. Zephaniah, at North 

Providence, in 48th year. American of 
Amanda, infant daughter of Capt. Zephaniah, 

2d, aged 3 years, 4 months, 
Mary, wife of Capt. Zephaniah, 2d, aged 36 

years, 
Hannah, daughter of late Rev. John, of Prov- 
idence, aged 65 years, at Thompson, Ct., 
Rev. Josiah, at Middletown, Ct., aged 50 

years, pastor of the Freewill Baptist church 

and society. American of 
Capt. Zephaniah, aged about 67 years, 
Emma, eldest daughter of late Capt. George, 

in 19th year, 
Capt. James, aged 80 years, 
Lieut. Abner, at Athol, in 89th year ; was 

through the Revolution. American of 
GRAY Sophia, wife of John, in this town, in 22d 

year, 
Edward, Jr., at Boston, aged 18 years, mem- 
ber Senior class Harvard University. 

American of 
James, ordinary seaman, killed on board the 

Little Belt, in action with U. S. frigate 

President, 
, apprentice to Mr. Huff, killed by light- 
ning, near Milledgeville, Ga., 
Mrs. Betsey, drowned, 
Susan S., daughter of Capt. Robert, aged 3 

years, 10 months, 
Bradford, of Tiverton, lost at sea from sloop 

Cosmopolite. American of 
Lieut. , lost with U. S. schooner Firefly, 

in Bay of St. Louis, 
John, aged 34 years, 



Feb. 14, 1827 

June 22, 1821 
Aug. 22, 1809 

May 16, 181 1 

.Sept. 26, 1 8 17 

Nov. 20, 1818 

Nov. 5, 1 8 19 

Sept. 17, 1823 

Jan. 28, 1824 

March 29, 1825 

Aug. 5, 1825 
Sept. 9, 1825 

Sept. 20, 1825 
April 4, 1828 

April 13, 1830 

June 30, 1809 

Dec. 28, 1810 

May 16, i8u 

March 28, 18 13 
Sept. S, 1815 

Nov. 27, 1 8 [8 

Dec. 18, 1818 

July 28, 1819 
Aug. 12, 1819 



212 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GRAY John, of Providence, at Smithfield, in 26th 

year, -. April 19, 1820 

John, at Little Compton. in 6sth year, Sept. 30, 1 820 

Samuel Almy, native of Tiverton, at Boston, 

aged 20 years. American of Dec. 5, 1820 

Maria Arezelia, wife of Vincent, Esq., of Ha- 
vana, at Providence, aged 24 years, leaves 

one child, Sept. 9, 1822 

Mrs. , at Newport, in 96th year, Oct. 9, 1822 

Hannah K., daughter of Nathaniel, Esq., at 

Little Compton, aged 15 years, Dec. 25, 1822 

Mary C, wife of Thomas, and daughter of 

Henry Webb, Esq., at Windham, Ct, aged 

23 years. American of March 25, 1823 

Nathaniel, at Worcester, Mass.,' aged 48 

years, killed by lightning. American of Aug. i, 1823 

Joseph Clay, aged 11 years, son of William 

R., Esq., of boston, at Cambridge, drowned 

while bathing. American of Aug. 8, 1823 

Elizabeth, wife of Hon. William, at Boston, Sept. 29, 1823 

-— — , his son and daughter, aged 20 and 17 

years, from an overdose of tartar emetic, at 

Detroit. American of Oct. 21, 1823 

Richmond, of Little Compton, at Amherst, 

a student in the academy. American of Dec. 23, 1823 

John, formerly of Salem, Mass., at Fort 

Sullivan, Eastport, Me., aged 31 years, 

very suddenly, Jan. 20, 1824 

Rhoda, wife of Thomas, and daughter of 

Joseph Brownell, at Little Compton, in soth 

year, Feb. 22, 1824 

Philip, formerly of Tiverton, R. L, at Wheel- 
ing, Ohio, on his return from St. Louis 10 

Boston, Aug. 10, 1825 

Jonathan, son of Thomas, of Little Compton, 

aged 17 years; with two other lads, went 

on the grounds of John Field for sake of 

gathering peaches ; while there was shot 

by Albert S., the son of the owner, Sept. 21, 1825 

Jonathan, son of Thomas, of Little Compton, 

an apprentice to Col. Latham Babcock, 

aged 17 years, Sept. 21, 1825 

Hon. William, at Boston, in 7Sth year, Nov. 4, 1825 

Pardon, at Bristol, aged 64 years. The wheel 

of a loaded cart passed over his head. He 

lived but a few moments, Aug. 16, 1826 

James, murdered by slaves. American of Oct. 13! 1826 

David, of liverton, 2d mate at sea, on board 

brig Baltic. American of July 17, 1827 

GRANT Cyrus T, aged 27 years, July 30, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



213 



GREY Rev. Standish; had his neck broken in 
trying to quell a mob at Carnck on Suir. 
American of 
GRAY Eliza, daughter of Church, at Seekonk, 
in 14th year, 

Frances, wife of Henry, lisq., at Roxbury, 
aged 36 years, 

Kelson, at Montpelier, Vt.. aged 62 years ; 
was doctoring under the Thorapsonian sys- 
tem. American of 

Mary B., daughter of late Pardon, at Bristol, 
suddenly, aged 24 years, 

Willard, at Dedham, aged 70 years, late presi- 
dent of the banK. American of 

Samuel, at South Boston, fell into a kettle of 
boiling soap, 
GRAYSON Robert, murdered by John B.Graves, 
James Smith and Thomas Monley, 

Capt. Alfred, of U. S. Marine Service. Amer- 
ican of 

Thomas, at Scituate, aged 49 years, 
GREATON Capt. Richard Humphrey, formerly 
of Boston, at New Orleans, aged 48 years ; 
was an officer in the Revolution [sic] and 
a sufferer in St. Clair's expedition. Amer- 
ican of 
GREATREAKS Betsey, widow of John, aged 
76 years, 

William, in 39th year. American of 
GRECHM Baron Frederick, the Prussian Min- 
ister to the United States, aged 53 years, 
near Georgetown, D. C. American of 
GREENE Jacob, Esq., of Coventry, at Bristol, 
suddenly; was eldest brother of Major 
Gen. Nathaniel, 

William, Esq., at Warwick, aged 62 years, 
formerly a judge of county court for Kent 
Co. American of 

Raymond, son of Thomas W., of Warwick, 
in 15 th year, 

Nathan, at East Greenwich, in 2Sth year, 

Daniel, son of William, at Coventry, in 33d 
year. American of 

Henry, at Johnston, aged 31 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Hon. William, at Warwick, in 78th year, for- 
merly Speaker of the House, Chief Justice 
of Supreme Court and Governor of the 
State, 

Capt. Thomas W., of this town, at Ports- 
mouth, N. C, in 32d year. 



Aug. 4, 1829 

Aug. 30, 1829 

March 22, 1830 

Nov. 12, 1830 

Feb. 28, 1 83 1 

April 22, 1 83 1 

March 17, 1832 

Feb. I, 1810 

July 8, 1823 
Oct. 3, 1827 



Aug 15, 181S 

Jan. 17, 1823 
May 22, 1827 



Dec. 9, 1823 
Nov. 7, 1808 

Jan. 6, 1809 

March 26, 1809 
Au^. 30, 1809 

Sept. 26, 1809 

Oct. 31, 1809. 



Dec. I, 1809. 
Jan. 17, i8ia 



214 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GREENE Phebe Ann, infant daughter of Henry, 
at Warwick, aged g^months, 

Caleb, in this town, in 74th year, 

Barbara, widow of John, of Warwick, aged 69 
years, 

Ruth, eldest daughter of Jonathan, late of 
Newport, at North Providence, in 20th 
year, 

Miss , in the burning of the Richmond, 

Va., theatre, 

Thomas, at New Haven, aged ^^ years, for- 
merly editor of Connecticut Journal. 
American of 

Hugh H., Esq., acting American consul at 
Lisbon Port, aged 37 years. American of 

Mrs. Mary, wife of William P., and daughter 
of the late Capt. Daniel Olney, in this town, 
in 26th year, 

Joseph, merchant, at Rutland, Vt., aged 27 
years, murdered in the shop of James An- 
tony, hatter, who is supposed to have done 
the deed. American of 

Mary, widow of Dr. John, Sr., at Worcester, 
aged 74 years. American of 

Rev. Thomas, son of Dr. John, Sr., dec, at 
North Yarmouth, Mass.; was pastor of 
Baptist Church at that place, aged 56 years. 
American of 

Emily, wife of Franklin, Esq., and daughter 
of Christopher Greene, at Warwick, in 26th 
year, 

Mary, wife of Thomas R., at Warwick, in 
64th year. American of 

Capt. Benjamin D., of Coventry, in 45th 
year, at Washington, N. C, 

Sarah, widow of William, at Newport, aged 
86 years. American of 

Charles, of Warwick, at New Orleans, in 2ist 
year, 

Mary, widow of Caleb, in this town, in 73d 
year, 

Christopher, Jr., eldest son of Christopher, 
Esq., of Warwick, at Charleston, S. C, 

Rebecca, of Coventry, at East Greenwich, 

Phebe, wife of Major Jeremiah, in Warwick, 
in 29th year, 

Peter, at Saltm, Mass., aged over 60 years, 
native of Africa ; was Major Gen. Nathan- 
iel Greene's servant during the Revolution- 
ary war. American of 



Jan. 30, 1 8 10 
Aug. 22, 1810 

March 20, 18 14 



June I, 1811 
Dec. 26, 181 1 

June 5, 1812 
Nov. s, 1813 

p-eb. 15, 1814 

March 4, 18 14 
July I, 1814 

July I, 1814 

Aug. 22, 1814 
Jan. 3, 181 

May 27, 181 
Aug. 22, 181 

Aug. 29, 181 

Sept. 30, 181 

Oct. 20, 181 
Oct. 25, 181 

Nov. 27, 181 



Nov. 28, 1 81 5 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



215 



GREENE Miss Elizabeth, at Warwick, in 88th 
year, 

Deborah, widow of Fones, at Newport, aged 
59 years. American of 

Capt. Benjamin, at Warwick, in 43d year, 

Luther, his son was recently thrown from his 
horse and killed. This so unnerved him 
that he ended his life by hanging, in New 
York State. American of 

Freelove, widow of Benjamin, and sister of 
Nicholas P. Tillinghast, late of Newport, 
at Estramadura, Ohio, in 80th year. Amer- 
ican of 

Mary M., wife of Hon. Ray, of Warwick, 
daughter of George Flagg, of Charleston, 
S. C, at East Greenwich, in 43d year, 

Elisha, in a New York jail, suffocated by a 
fire set by some prisoners, who escaped. 
American of 

Capt. John M., at Providence, in 44th year. 
American of 

Richard, at Boston, aged 87 years, 

Mary M., wife of Rev. Ashbel, in Princeton, 
N. J. American of 

Paul, at Warwick, in 81st year, Society of 
Friends. American of 

William, at Newport, aged 55 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. Ezekiel, of Bristol, at sea. American of 

Mary L., wife of Capt. Robert W , at War- 
wick, aged 37 years, 

Phebe, wife of James C, daughter of the late 
Jonathan Niles, at Pawtucket, in 33d year, 

Stephen, at Pawtuxet, in 89th year, 

James Henry, son of Dutee, aged 19 months, 

George I., youngest son of Capt. Joseph, of 
Bristol, aged 25 years, at Woodstock, Ct., 

suddenly. American of 

Freelove E., daughter of Samuel I., at New- 
port, in nth year. American of 

James, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 
schooner Quaker, 

Barbara, wife of Samuel, Esq., at Coventry, 
in 50th year, 

John B., son of Howland, of East Green- 
wich, aged 17 years, at sea, by a fall from 
masthead, on board ship Amazon, on pas- 
sage from Newport to Charleston, S. C. 
American of 



March 29, 18 16 

July 19, 1816 
Aug. 6, 1816 



Oct. II, 1816 

July I, 1817 
July 21, 1817 

Sept. 9, 18 17 

Nov. 4, 1817 
Nov. 26, 1 8 17 

Dec. 2, 1817 

Dec. 9, 1817 

Nov. 13, 1818 
March 12, 1819 

July 28, 1819 

Sept. 23, 1 8 19 
Oct. I, 1819 
Dec. 4, 1819 

Dec. 17, 1819 

Jan. 14, 1820 

March 6, 1 820 

March 12, 1820 

May 23, 1820 



216 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE Job, at Coventry, in ;sth year, soldier 

of the Revolution, - Oct. i, 1820 

James, at East Greenwich, in 63d year, Oct. 17, 1820 

Hannah, widow of Thomas, at Warwick, in 

Both year, Oct. 18, 1820 

Sarah, widow of Thomas, at Warwick, in 79th 

year, Society of Friends. Nov. 11, 1820 

Rhodes, at Pawtuxet, in 66tn year, Jan. 9, 1821 

Paul, son of Timothy, at North Providence, 

aged 22 years. May 10, 182 1 

Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Capt. Joseph W., at 

Bristol, aged about 60 years, Sept. 24, 1821 

Crawford Mathewson, only son of Rowland, 

at Coventry, aged about 18 months, Oct. 16, 1821 

Hannah, only daughter of Caleb, at East 

Greenwich, in 28th year, Nov. 15, 1821 

Zada (colored), found dead in back lane, near 

Old Warwick, supposed to have perished 

from the cold, Dec. 30, 1821 

Rhodes, son of Giles, at Sterling, Ct., aged 

23 years, Jan. 9, 1822 

George F., son of Hon. Ray, of East Green- 
wich, formerly a resident of Providence, 

drowned in St. Mary's river, Jan. 16, 1822 

Ruth, wife of Rev. Samuel, daughter of late 

Sylvanus Brown, of Little Compton, at 

Wilmmgton, N. C, a few weeks since. 

American of April 2, 1822 

Lydia Roffee, daughter of Dutee, aged 23 

months. American of April 16, 1822 

Samuel, at Johnston, aged 65 years, April 26, 1822 

Samuel, executed at Boston, for murder of 

Billy Williams, aged 24 years. American 

of April 30, 1822 

Mary Elizabeth, daughter of William, aged 

17 years. May 10, 1822 

Joseph, formerly of Portsmouth, at Bowdoin- 

ham. Me., aged 82 years, soldier of the 

Revolution ; was on board the Ranger un- 
der Paul Jones ; was at the burning of 

White Haven and the capturmg of the 

Drake Frigate in the Irish Sea. American 

of June 28, 1822 

Dr. Samuel, native of Worcester, aged 26 

years, near Jacksonboro, Ga., July 20, 1822 

John W., aged 26 years, son of Christopher, 

Esq.. of Potowomut, Warwick, at Cumber- 
land Island, Ga., Aug. 5, 1822 
Pomilla, wife of Daniel, at Warwick, in 31st 

year; leaves 4 children, Aug. 21, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



217 



GREENE Rev. David, aged 29 years, native of 
Rhode Island. Baptist Minister at Wil- 
mington, Del. American of 

Elizabeth, daughter cf late Philip, in 8ist 
year, at Warwick, 

Sarah, daughter of Fleet, aged 33 years, at 
Newport, 

Benjamin, at Boston, aged 58 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Hannah Slack, daughter of Elijah, at Smith- 
field, in 4th year, 

John W., manager of Theatre at Richmond, 
Va. It is said he hastened his end by use 
of laudanum. American of 

Peleg, son of late William, at Newport, aged 
31 years, 

Caleb, at East Greenwich, in 59th year, 

Samuel E., son of Caleb, in 33d year ; sur- 
vived his father but 30 liours, 

Miss Sarah, daughter of late Paul, at Potowo- 
mut, Warwick ; of Society of Friends. 
Ruptured a blood vessel, 

Mary, at New Bedford, in 19th year. Ameri- 
can of 

Miss Mary, at Centreville, Warwick, in 80th 
year, 

Hopkins, formerly of Providence, at Marietta 
O., in 47th year. American of 

Caleb, at New Bedford; aged 73 years ; of 
Society of Friends. American of 

Waite, wife of Dr. Thomas, in 55th year, 

Hannah, widow of Rev. Roland, at Mans- 
field ; very suddenly, in 85th year, 

Lydia Shaw, infant daughter of Gen. Albert 
C, at East Greenwich, aged 14 months. 
American of 

Mary, at Columbia, S. C, a native of Worces- 
ter, Mass., aged 53 years. American of 

Elizabeth, widow of Samuel I., at New- 
port, aged 57 years. 

Dr. Benjamin, native of Rhode Island, aged 
70 years,; at Argenteuil Grand River, Can., 

Harriet, wife of Constant, merchant, and 
daughter of late Capt. James Perry, of 
Newport, aged 25 years, at Elizabeth City, 
N. C, 

Gilbert S., at New London, Ct., aged 4 
years, son of the editor of the Connecticut 
Gazette ; he fell on a stick which entered 
his mouth, punctured an artery in his 
throat ; he lived about 20 minutes. 



Sept. 6, 1822 

Oct. 25, 1822 

Nov. I, 1822 

Nov. 12, 1822 

March 7, 1823 

May 27, 1S23 

June I, 1823 
Aug. r, 1823 

Aug. 2, 1823 

Aug. 17, 1823 

Sept. 26, 1823 

Sept. 28, 1823 

Jan. 6, 1824 

Jan. 16, 1824 
May 28, 1824 

June 28, 1824 

Sent. 24, 1824 

Oct. 5, 1824 

Nov. 18, 1824 

Nov. 25, 1824 

March 20, 1825 



April 6, 1825 



218 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



GREENE Thomas, printer, at New Haven, aged 
60 years. American of 

Mehitable, widow of Samuel, at Johnston, in 
64th year, 

Samuel, infant son of Giles S., at Providence, 
aged 8 months, 17 days, 

John (colored), drank too freely of cold wa- 
ter, 

Paul, son of Barnabas, at Rochester, Mass., 
aged 21 years; a shower coming up he, 
with others, ran for shelter ; missing him, 
they returned to find him lifeless. Amer- 
ican of 

Benjamin, at Hopkinton, aged 74 years, mem- 
ber of the Seventh Day Baptist church. 
American of 

John, of Boston, at Providence, killed by fall- 
ing boards, 

Capt. James, at Centreville, aged 71 years, 

Christopher R., at St. Stephen's parish, Ga., 
born in Rhode Island, Sept. 19, 1786 ; his 
grandfather was Col. Christopher, of the 
Revolution, cousin of Gen. Nathaniel, 

Thomas R., in 77th year, 

Catharine Celia, wife of Albert C, at P^ast 
Greenwich, in 32d year, 

Catharine Celia, wife of Gen. Albert C, and 
daughter of Col. William Greene, at East 
Greenwich, in 32d year. American of 

Patience, widow of Abraham, at North Kings- 
town, at an advanced age, 

Mercy, widow of Job, at Coventry, aged 80 
years, 

C-apt. William C, at Norfolk, Va., aged 41 
years, 

Sarah, daughter of Giles S., aged 8 months, 
13 days, 

Cato (colored), pensioner of the Revolution, 
aged 102 years, 

Henry Ray, infant son of Albert C, aged 14 
months, at East Greenwich, 

William, at East Greenwich, aged 88 years, 
eldest surviving brother of Gen. Nathaniel, 

Richard S., formerly of Providence, graduate 
of Brown University, at North Brothers 
Island, near Georgetown, S. C, aged 25 
years, 

Richard S., son of Luther and Phebe Anne 
Greene, born in Newport Feb. i, 1798, 
graduate at Brown 1823, afterwards fol 



May 3, 1825 
May 19, 1825 

June 3, 1825 
July 12, 1825 

July 22, 1825 

Aug. 9, 1825 

Sept. I, 1825 
Oct. 14, 1825 



Nov. 6, 1825 
Jan. 14, 1826 

Feb. 9, 1826 



Feb. 21, 1826 
Eeb. 26, 1826 
March 22, 1826 
March 23, 1826 
Aug. 27, 1826 
Sept. 10, 1826 
Sept. 16, 1826 
Sept, 26, 1826 

Oct. II, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



219 



GREENE: 

lowed teaching as a profession, died at 
Georgetown, S. C, 

Abby Harris, daughter of Samuel, at Paw- 
_ tucket, aged 1 1 months, 

Capt. Ashbel, of brig Emeline, of Portland, 
drowned at sea. American of 

Charles A., son of Allen, at Smithfield, 

Abby Susan, infant daughter of James C, 
aged I year, 24 days, 

Juda, widow of Oliver, at Foster, in 71st 
year, 

Elisha, at Potowomut, aged 81 years, 

Sarah C, of Jamestown, at Hopkinton, aged 
48 years, of Society of Friends, 

Sally H., at Warwick, in 23d year, 

Mary, widow of Col. Stephen, at Pawtuxet, 
in 96th year, leaving 8 children, 53 grand, 
' 57 great-grand and 2 great-great-grand- 
children, 

Mary, widow of Stephen, at Pawtuxet, in 
g6th year, 

Joseph Martin, son of late Timothy, aged 16 
years, at New York, 

John, Jr., only son of John, Esq., at Centre- 
ville, in 9th year. American of 

Capt. William M., aged 29 years, master of 
brig Rising Star, at Providence, funeral at 
Warwick, 

Mary Ann, widow of Christopher R., for- 
merly of Rhode Island, at Charleston, 
S. C, 

James, of Stan dish, Me., killed by the explo- 
sion of a powder mill at Gorham, Me., 

Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Pardon C, 
at Newport, aged 2 years, i month, 

James Gary, son of James C., aged 4 months, 

Susan A., wife of Dr. Joseph, and daughter 
of Seth Adams, of Providence, at Barn- 
stable, Mass., in 28th year, 

Edgar, son of Robert W„ at Old Warwick, 
in 22d year, 

William Shaw, son of Joseph W., at Centre- 
ville, aged 15 months. 

Col. William, of Warwick 
Greenwich, in 6sth year. 

Welthian L., daughter of 
Warwick, aged 21 years, 

Fleet S., at Newport, aged about 70 years, 

Capt. Joseph W., at Bristol, aged 65 years, 



Neck, at East 
American of 
Thomas L, at 



Oct. — , 1826 

Dec. 9, 1826 

Jan. 19, 1827 
Jan. 19, 1827 

Feb. 24, 1827 

March 12, 1827 
July 19, 1827 

Sept. 19, 1827 
Oct. 4, 1827 



Dec. 16, 1827 

Dec. 16, 1827 

March 12, 1828 

April 4, 1828 

April 13, 1828 

July I, 1828 

July 19, 1828 

July 20, 1828 
Aug. 20, 1828 

Oct. 20, 1828 

Oct. 21, 1828 

Dec. 2, 1828 

Jan. 30, 1829 

March 21, 1.829 

March 22, 1829 

April 27, 1829 



220 VITALi RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREENE Catharine Ray, daughter of William 

R., Esq.; aged ii months, ro days, Aug. 13., 1829 

John, from drinking, on a wager, at New 

Liberty, Penn., Sept. 5, 1829 

Mrs. Mary, at Nantucket, aged 31 years. 
American of Sept. 10, 1829 

Mary Ann, at Boston, aged 27 years. Amer- 
ican of Sept. IS, 1829 

Isaiah L., Jr., aged 25 years, at his father's 
residence, Barnstable, graduate of Brown, 
1826; was about to be admitted to the bar, Sept. 29, 1829 

Phebe Eliza, daughter of late Col. Christo- 
pher, at Warwick, in 26th year, Oct. 26, 1829 

Thomas, at Nantucket, in 84th year, Nov. 9, 1829 

Caroline, infant daughter of W. R., Esq., 

aged 5 months, 6 days, Feb. 21, 1830 

Elizabeth, wife of Hon. Stephen, at French- 
town, East Greenwich, in 80th year, April 5, 1830 

Frank, infant son of John, aged 2^ years, April 9, 1830 

Nathan, at Lyndeboro, N. H., aged about 75 
years ; was a miser and left between $20,- 
000 and $30,000. besides trifling legacies ; 
left it to two nephews least needy, of all. 
American of April 30, 1830 

William, at Salem, aged 23 years. American 

of • Aug. 3, 1830 

John M., son of William A., aged 4 months, Nov. i, 1830 

Christopher, at Potowomut, aged 82 years, Dec. 22, 1830 

Amey, widow of Christopher, of Warwick 

Neck, at Coventry, in 96th year, Dec. 25, 1830 

Susan, wife of Col. William R., and daughter 
of late Hon. James Burrell, Jr., at Savan- 
nah, Ga., where she had gone for her 
health, Feb. 6, 1831 

Thomas Ray, son of Capt. Caleb, at Warwick, 

aged 12 years, 3 months, April 23, 1831 

Ray, youngest son of Capt. Caleb, at War- 
wick, aged 12 years, 8 months. American 
of May 3, 1 831 

Mary A , wife of 1-5. R., and daughter of Hon. 
Thomas Arnold, aged 32 years, at War- 
wick, " May 24, 1 83 1 

Sarah, daughter of Benjamin R., at Warwick, 

in 9th year, July 19, 1831 

Anne Jean, youngest daughter of William, 
Esq., of Cincinnati, O., at Providence, aged 
4 years, July 31, 1831 

, daughter of William, of Cincinnati, fell 

out of the carriage and was killed. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 2, 1 83 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



221 



GREENE Harriet F., eldest daughter of Capt. 

Robert W., at Warwick, in 24tb year, 
Barnabas, in 6ist year, 
John F., son of Capt. John F., in 19th year, 
Thomas H., at Warwick, in 29th year, 
Ann, wife of Nathaniel S , at Bristol, aged 24 

years, 
Sarah Otis, infant daughter of Samuel, at 

Woonsockct, aged i year. 
James Westcott, infant son of James C, aged 

8 months, 
George Sears, son of 1 .ieut. George Sears, at 

Apponaug, aged i year, 10 months, 
Col. William R., at North Providence, in 33d 

year, 
Gardiner, a Boston banker. American of 
Clarissa A., daughter of Warren S., aged 9 

years. 1 1 months, 
Elizabeth Vinton, wife of Lieut. George Sears 

Greene, at E.istport. in 28th year, 
GREENHOW Mrs. I'iobert, in the burning of 

the Richmond, Va., theatre, 
GREENLEAF Joseph, of Boston, bookseller, at 

Sandwich, Mass., accidentally shot himself 

with a pistol. American of 
Capt. Robert, of the Marine Corps, (military 

honors) at Washington, D. C, 
Thomas, Jr., Esq., attorney at law, at Quincy, 

Mass., aged 29 years, very suddenly. 

American of 
Daniel, printer, at Worcester, aged 46 years, 
Mrs. Sarah, at Medford, aged 32 years. 

American of 
GREEN.VIAN John, at Newport, in 40th year, 
Mrs. , widow of Job, at Newport, at an 

advanced age, 
Sarah, wife of Dea. William, at Newport, 

aged S3 years, 
Albert Augustus, .son of Capt, William, aged 

10 months, 23 days, 
Esek E , native of Providence, at Cheraw, S. 

C, 
Miss Jane, at Newport, aged 87 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Eliza, wife of Capt. William, in 24th year ; 

leaves 2 children, 
Asa Cahoone, infant son of Silas, aged i 

year, 4 months, 1 1 days, 
Capt. Jeremiah, formerly of Providence, in 

Ohio, aged 70 years, 



Sept. 21, 1 83 1 

Jan. 3, 1832 

March 17, 1832 

April 3, 1832 

June s, 1832 
Aug. 19, 1832 
Aug. 21, 1832 

Oct. 7, 1832 

Nov. 2, 1832 
Dec. 25, 1832 

Jan. II, 1833 

Dec. 26, 1833 

Dec. 26, 1 811 

June 14, 1814 
July 5, 1816 

Oct. 3, 1817 
Dec. 22, 1825 

Nov. 10, 1829 
July 12, 1813 

Dec. 6, 1820 

July 9, 1822 

Aug. 9, 1822 

Jan. 24, 1825 

Sept. 27, 1825 

March 8, 1 827 

Oct. 7, 1827 

Nov. 15, 1828 



222 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GREEN MAN Susannah, widow of George, at 

Thonnpson, Ct., aged 85 years, April 13, 1829 

Albert E., at Blackstone Village, aged 15 

years, Aug. 20, 1832 

GREENOUGH Thomas, machinist, of Matta- 
wan, a passenger, injured by an explosion 
of a boiler on steamer Chief Justice Mar- 
shall, in Hudson River, April 22, died 
next day, Apr. 23, 1830 

GREENUP Christopher, Esq .formerly governor 

of Kentucky, at Frankfort American of May 26, 1818 

GREENWOOD Isaac, Jr , formerly of Provi- 
dence, at New York, aged 28 years. 
American of June 7, 1822 

Rebecca, youngest daughter of late Joseph, 
at Warwick, aged 17 years, 

GREER John and George, executed in Ireland for 

murdering their father, April 2, 1817 

GREGORY Charles, merchant, at Augusta, Ga. 

American of June 14, 18 11 

Richard C, surgeon's mate of U. S. Frigate 
Constellation ; killed in a duel with Pollard 
Davis, a midshipman of do., in Camden Co., 
N. C„ Nov. 12, 1814 

Dr. James, professor of medicine, University 

of Edinburgh, aged 68 years, April 2, 1821 

Miss Sarah, at Valley Falls, in 28th year. 
American of Feb. 7, 1832 

GREIVE Edward J., only son of David, in this 

town, in 16th year, April 2, 1815 

GRELEA Margaret, widow of Samuel, at New- 
port, aged 94 years, March 29, 1824 

GRELLET Grace, wife of Peter and daughter of 
Lt. Gov. IngersoU, of Connecticut, at Paris, 
aged 29 years, July 4, 18 16 

GRENVILLE Rt. Hon. Charles Francis, second 

brother of the Earl of Warwick, in England, April 20, 1809 

GRESHAM , a young German merchant, 

murdered at Charleston, S. C, July 6, 1821 

GRIBBIN John, printer, of Savannah, Ga., aged 
24 years, at Charleston, S. C; was wounded 
in a steamboat explosion. American of Oct. 18, 1816 

GRICE Anthony, carpenter, at Thompson's Isl- 
and, Aug. 27, 1823 

GRIDLEY Sarah, daughter of Oliver, at Paw- 
tucket, aged I year, Feb. 23, 1821 
Oliver, at Great Falls, Somersworth, N. H., 
formerly of Pawtucket, aged 37 years. 
American of Oct. 17, 1826 
Oliver, formerly of Boston, at Providence, in 
64th year, Oct. 13, 1831 



KHODE ISLA.ND AMERICAN— DEATHS 223 

GRIFFESS Mrs. Charles, at Newport, in 7 5d 

year, Oct. 23, 1822 

GRIFF"IN Miss Betsey, in the burning of the 

Richmond, Va , theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 

Charles, son of Jonathan, at Pelham, Mass., 
aged 16 years, killed by lightning. Amer- 
ican of July 23, 1816 

James, at New York, aged 28 years; an 

Irishman. American of Aug. 27, 1 819 

GRIFFEN Daniel 24, Joseph 22, Benjamin 18, 
and David 14, all brothers and sons of 
James, at Southold, L. I.; drowned, June 4, 1825 

GRIFFIN Charles, an orphan apprentice to 

James Eam^s, aged 17 years, July 31, 1825 

Rev. Edward, son of George, Esq., aged 28 
years, at New York, Aug. 31, 1830 

Rev. Edmund D., [Episcopal] Prof, in Colum- 
bia College, N. Y American of Oct. 5, 1830 
GRIFFITH Capt. John, at Providence, in 80th 

year, Nov. 28, 1823 

GRIME Charles, in Virginia. One of the Amer- 
ican prisoners, at Quebec in 1775. Amer- 
ican of Jan. 16, 1 816 
GRIMKE Hon. John Faucherand, in South Car- 
olina; a colonel in the Revolution and late 
Senior Associate Judge for that State. • ■ 
American of Sept. 14, 18 19 
GRINNELL Peter, son of Major Peter, in this , 

town, in 8th year, Jan. 29, 1810 

Deborah Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas E., 
aged 17 months, Jan. 13, 1816 

Billings, aged 24 years, youngest son of late 

Billings, of Little Compton, at Providence, Oct. 11, 1822 

William, of Newport, aged 22 years ; son of 
late Jedediah, at Cape Mount, Africa, on " 
board brig Pedlar, April 22, 1824 

George, son of George, May 17, 1824 

Thomas, infant son of Thomas, aged 4 
months, Nov. 20, 1824 

Henry, infant son of William T., Jan. 3, 1825 

Eliza S., wife of Cornelius, Jr., Esq., at New 

Bedford, aged 42 years, Jan. 19, 1827 

Elizabeth B., wife of Peter, formerly of Prov- 
idence, at Montecello, Ga., in 36th year, Nov. 4, 1826 

Caroline M., youngest daughter of Peter, Esq., 
in 24th year, Oct. 20, 1828 

Rodney, at Taunton, aged 28 years. May 8, 1829 

Eunice H., wife of Charles, at New Bedford, 
aged 35 years. American of May 20, i83r' 



224 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



GRISWOLD Annavera, at Johnston, formerly 
* of Connecticut, aged about 45 years, 

Miss Annavera, aged about 45 years, formerly 

of Connecticut, at Johnston, 
Roger, Governor of Connecticut, at Norwich, 

Ct., in 51st year, where he was detained by 

his sickness, his remains were carried to 

Lyme, his late residence, 
Hannah widow, at Berlin, Ct., aged 96 years. 

American of 
Hon. Stanley, a native of Connecticut, at 

Shawneetown, Illinois Ter. Was judge 

of that Territory. 
Elizabeth, wife of Rev. Alexander V., at Bris- 
tol, suddenly, 
Mr. , killed in a duel with Mr. Wright, 

at Alexandria, Red River County, 
Ezra, P2sq., at Worthington, O., formerly of 

Simsbury, Conn., in 55th year, 
Gen. Shubael, at East Hartford. American of 
Miss Julia, daughter of Rev. Bishop Griswold, 

at Bristol, 
GROSSOM Joseph, at Charlestown, aged 100 

years. Revolutionary pensioner. Amer- 
ican of 
GROSVENOR Clarke Guy, son of General Gros- 

venor, of Pomfret, Ct., at Newport, in 19th 

year, burial at Connecticut, 
Mary Jane,' wife of Hon. T. R, M. C. from 

N. Y., at the seat of her brother A. C. 

Hanson, Esq., in Maryland, had been mar- 
ried but a short time. American of 
Hon. Thomas P., late M. C, from N. Y., at 

Maryland, in 38th year. American of 
Ann, wife of Hon. Thomas, at Pomfret, in 

56th year, 
Mrs. Chloe, wife of Benjamin, at Pomfret, 

Ct., very suddenly. American of 
Hannah, daughter of Benjamin, at Pomfret, 

Ct., aged 23 years. American of 
Miss Jerusha, at Pomfret, Ct., aged 21 years. 

American of 
Thomas, son of Major Peter, at Pomfret, aged 

2 years, 
Hon. Thomas, at Pomfret, Ct.; an officer of 

the Revolution and distinguished himself at 

Bunker Hill. American of 
GROUCHEE John, at Newport, in 38th year, 
GROUT Jonathan, at Philadelphia, native of 

Connecticut, professor of grammar, aged 

about 60 years. American of 



Sept. 20, 


1812 


Sept. 20, 


1812 


Oct. 25, 


1812 


July 15. 


1814 


Aug. 2 1 , 


1815 


Sept. 10, 


1817 


April 13, 


1819 


Oct. 2, 
July 18, 


1822 
1823 


April 16, 


1826 


July 15. 


1830 


Oct. 21, 


1809 


Dec. 15, 


1815 


May 2, 


1817 


June II, 


1820 


Nov. 3, 


1820 


Oct. 10, 


1823 


March 23, 


1824 


Sept. 15, 


1824 


July 26, 
Aug. 20, 


, 1825 
. 1816 


March 22, 


1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



225 



GROVE Thomas, at Boston, aged 6i years. 

American of 
GROVER Elisha, of Granby, Ct., at Southwick, 
Mass., killed by the explosion of a powder 
mill. American of 
GRUNDY Elijah, at Paxton, Mass., aged 13 
years ; drowned in a well while drawing 
water. American of 
GUDEN, the French Major General, in Poland, 
of wounds received at the battle of Val- 
entina. His heart was embalmed and 
sent to his widow in France in a gold box. 
American of 
GUDGEON John, aged about 35 years, 

Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Robert, aged 72 

years. American of 
John W., son of late John, in 14th year, 
Robert B., aged 17 years, at sea, on board 
ship Franklin, of this port, 
GUENETJohn A., a French merchant, at sea, on 
passage from Guadaloupe, to Boston, five 
day from that Island to where he had 
removed 2 years since from this town. 
American of 
GUERARD Jacob, Sen., at Charleston, S. C. 
American of 

GUERRERO President , deposed and shot. 

American of 
GUILD Joseph, at Attleboro, in 3Gth year, 

Abigail, wife of Moses, aged 62 years, at 

Dedham, 
Phebe, widow, at Attleboro, in 98th year, 
Lendarnine, wife of Calvin, at Dedham, aged 

43 years. American of 
Francis Russell, eldest son of Ebenezer, at 
Oxford, Mass., aged 9 years. American of 
Hannah, wife of Gen. Nathaniel, at Dedham, 

aged 46 years. American of 
Nancy, widow of Cyrus, of Foxboro, at Paw- 
tucket, aged 33 years, 
Rebecca Maria, only child of Samuel, aged 2 

years, 4 months, 
Joseph, at Attleboro, in 78th year, 
Moses, at Dedham, in 74th year, 
Cyrus Bentley [killed], in i8th year, 
Cyrus B., of Mansfield, Mass., killed in the 
riot at Providence, aged 18 years, an ap- 
prentice to James Barnes. American of 
Samuel A., son of Samuel, 

GUILLE Mr. and his wife, the aeronauts, 

at Havana, 



May 3. '831 

Oct. 26, 1 813 

Aug. IS, 1817 



Jan. 8, 1813 
July 31, 1821 

April 23, 1822 
March 18, 1825 

May 14, 1825 



Aug. 30, 1 816 

July22, 1823 

March 22, 1831 
March 12, 1815 

Aug. II, 1822 
Nov. 8, 1823 

Nov. II, 1823 

March 23, 1824 

Sept. 2, 1825 

March i, 1829 

May 11, 1829 

Nov. 8, 1829 

Nov. 9, 1829 

Sept. 24, 1831 



Sept. 27, 1831 
Nov. 18, 1832 

March 24, 1822 



226 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

GUION Phebe Ann, daughter of James, at 

Nort-h Castle, aged 2< years, Dec. 25, 1829 

GULLY Thomas, at Sraithfield, found frozen 

near his house, at Sraithfield, Feb. 14, 1817 

GUNN Sophronia, wife of Justin, at Waterford, 

Mass., late of Vernon, Vt., Jan. i, 1832 

Justin, late of Vernon, Vt., at Waterford, 

Mass., Jan. 7, 1832 

GURLEY Elizabeth, daughter of Jacob, at New 

London, aged 19 years. American of Jan. 5, 1830 

GURNEY Mrs. Elizabeth, in 51st year; was 

carried to Newport for burial, June 10, 1830 

Daniel, at Roxbury. American of July 27, 1830 

GUSHEE Kesiah, widow of Samuel, Jr., at 

Taunton, aged 33 years, Oct. 15, 1821 

Fanny, wife of Seth, Jr., at Bristol, aged 22 

years. American of Nov. 14, 1826 

■ Abigail, wife of Rev. Abraham, at Dighton, 

aged 55 years, Dec. 5, 1828 

GUY Mrs. Rest, at Newport, in 85th year. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 24, 1820 
GWATHMEY Miss , in the burning of the 

Richmond, Va., Theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 

GYLES Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Charles, 

Esq., at Newport, in 21st year. American 

of Nov. 4, 1828 

Elizabeth, daughter of Charles, of Newport, 

at Springfield, near Natchez, Miss., aged 

22 years, Aug. 27, 1823 

Samuel, son of late William, of Newport, at 

Fall River, aged about 7 years, Jan. 27. 1831 

GYRMA Bethe, at New Orleans, merchant, in 

74th year. He sent for Dr. Domingo 

Fleytos who came, while feeling his pulse 

fell dead, and the two died together. Amer- 
ican of July I, 1814 



H 



HACK Marietta Augusta, youngest daughter of 

Nathan, at Taunton, aged 5 years, 5 mos., May 30, 1821 
Peter, at Taunton, aged 85 years, Aug. 31, 1824 
Nathan, at Taunton, aged 59 years, Feb. 13, 1828 
HACKER Isaac, at Salem, aged 68 years, sud- 
denly. American of Sept. 11, 1818 
Miss Hannah, in 70th year, Nov 13 1826 
HACKETT Mary Ann, only daughter of Benja- 
min, aged 13 months, 9 days, Sept. 8, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



227 



HADAWAY Adam, a mulatto lad from Worces- 
ter, Mass., at sea, on board ship Columbia, 
on passage from Havana to Bristol. Amer- 
ican of 

HADDAWAY Lieut. William H., U. S. Navy, 
late of the Essex, at the Navy Yard, 
Brooklyn. American of 

HAD WEN Elizabeth, widow of John, at New- 
port, in 73d year, 

HAD WIN James, at Newport, in 5 5th year. 
American of 

HADWEN Isaac, 2d mate of ship Ann, at sea, 
on passage from Havana to Bristol. Amer- 
ican of 
Amey S., wife of Charles, in 33d year, of So- 
ciety of Friends, 
Mary, widow of James, late of Newport, at 
Troy, N. Y., aged 68 years. American of 

HAGA Godfrey, at Philadelphia; by his will 
he gave the whole of his immense estate to 
charitable and missionary purposes. Amer- 
ican of 

HAGADORN John, Esq., attorney at law, aged 
40 years, many years a member of General 
Assembly, a native of New York State, at 
South Kingstown, 

HAGAN Hon. James, aged 66 years, late mem- 
ber of Congress, an officer in the Revolu- 
tion, at South Amboy, N. J. American of 

HAGAR William, at Boston, aged 82 years. 
American of 

HAIL Mrs. Mary, widow of Jonathan, at Somer- 
set, aged 56 years. Chronicle of 

HAILE Capt. James, of Warren, at the Havana, 
aged 27 years, 
Aaron, at Warren, 

Thomas, aged 24 years, son of Coomer, of 
Warren, from a wound received from a 
whale while in pursuit of it, died at sea, on 
board ship Asia, of New Bedford. Amer- 
ican of 
Amos, at Warren, in S7th year. American of 
George C, son of Levi, Esq , at Warren, 
Luther Baker, infant son of William, 

HAILER Eliza, formerly of Philadelphia, step- 
daughter to Benjamin B. Olney, of this 
town, aged 16 years, 10 months, 

HAINES John, murdered by Indians, near Fort 
Armstrong, 



July 17, 1818 

April 4, 181 5 
Feb. 23, 1810 
Nov. 16, 1813 

April 25, 1823 

Nov. 15, 1829 

May 4, 1830 

March i, 1825 

May 2, 1813 

Dec. 7, 1822 

Feb. 2, 1830 

Feb. 7, 1809 

Sept. 16, 1809 
Dec. S, 1809 



March 15, 1822 

April 5, 1825 

May I, 1825 

Sept. 14, 1827 



July 21, 1815 
Oct. I, 1820 



228 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HAINS David, of U. S. Ship Franklin, boat- 
swain's mate, drowned in Rio Janeiro Har- 
bor. American of 
HAINES Charles G., Esq., Adjt. Gen, of the 
state and attorney at law, a native of New 
Hampshire, but for many years resident of 
New York. American of 

Samuel, Esq., aged about 45 years, native of 
Canterbury, Ct., but had resided several 
years at Blakeley, Ala., at Providence. He 
was in bad health and died on his way 
home, 
HANES Samuel Billings, infant son of Pasco, 

aged 20 months, 
HAIR Mrs. Abiar, wife of John, at Worcester, 

aged 70 years. American of 
HALCOCK Levin, in Dorchester Co., Md. He 
disguised himself and attempted to scare 
his father, and was stabbed and killed by 
him. American of 
HALE John, at Warren, in 66th year. Amer- 
ican of 

John, at Pawtucket, of lockjaw, in 46th year, 

Hannah, daughter of Levi, at Warwick, aged 
1 8 years, 

Joseph, Jr., aged 17 years, son of Joseph, of 
East Hartford, Ct., at Providence, 

Delight B., daughter of late Aaron, of War- 
ren, at Providence, in 24th year, 

Bethiah, widow of Nathan, at Warren, in 84th 
year, 

Miss Hannah, at an advanced age, at Bar- 
rington, 

Coomer, Jr., of Warren, in North Carolina, 
aged 27 years. American oi 

Mary, daughter of Daniel, at Smithfield, in 
4th year, 

Barney Merry, son of Simmons L., at Paw- 
tucket, aged about 2 years, 

Joseph, infant son of Simmons L., at Paw- 
tucket, 

Sarah, wife of Daniel, at Smithfield [Mans- 
field], in 39th year, 
HALEY Rachael, wife of Samuel, at Newport, 

aged 85 years, 
HAILEY Samuel, formerly of Newport, at Bris- 
tol, aged 84 years, 
HALIBURTON Susannah, widow of Hon. John, 
of Halifax, and daughter of the late Jah- 
leel Brenton, Esq., of Newport, aged 72 
years, at Halifax, 



July 9, 1 822 
July 8, 1825 

Aug, 7, 1825 
Oct. 26, 1825 
April 7, 1826 

March 18, 1825 

April 16, 1819 
Oct. 2, 1820 

Oct. 4, 1820 

Aug. 27, 1 82 1 

March 11, 1823 

March 26, 1824 

Nov. 2, 1825 

Oct. 10, 1826 

Jan. 22, 1829 

Jan. 10, 1 83 1 

June 23, 1832 

Jan. 23, 1833 

Nov. 15, 1822 

Aug. 18, 1823 

April 10, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



229 



HALIBURTON Mary E., third daughter of 
Hon. Judge Haliburton, at Halifax, N. S., 
HALKED Rev. Edward, in England, a suicide, 
HALL Sarah, wife of Capt. James, suddenly at 
Newport, in 47th year, 

Cyrus, at Taunton, in the meridian of life. 
American of 

Jonas, at Dana, Ma.ss., aged 28 years, about 

Elder Parker, at Middletown, in 59th year. 
American of 

Midshipman , at Norfolk, Va., on board 

Frigate Constellation, aged 15 years; fell 
from the mast head. American of 

Almy, widow of Slocum, of North Providence, 
at Warwick, aged 58 years, 

, sailing master of the sloop of war On- 
tario, a native of New Hampshire, and died 
by over fatigue in defence of Baltimore. 
He married a few years since in Norway, 
and leaves his widow in a strange land, at 
Baltimore. American of 

Thomas, at East Greenwich, aged 55 years. 

Dr. Jonathan, at Pomfret, Ct. American of 

Simon, native of Rhode Island, at the alms- 
house, Albany, N. Y. American of 

George, at Newport, in 83d year. American 
of 

Sarah, widow of Col. Levi, in this town, in 
65th year, 

, first mate of ship Wabash, with three of 

the crew, killed by natives in China, 

Sarah, wife of Aaron, Esq., at Norwich, Mass. 
408 pounds of water had been drawn from 
her in 19 operations since Dec, 1814. 
American of 

William, at Lewiston, Penn., thrown from his 
horse. American of 

James, at New Orleans, a noted farmer. 
American of 

John, Esq., of Boston, at Buenos Ayres, 

Elizabeth, wife of William, at Newport, aged 
39 years. American of 

Henry, merchant, drowned near Moose Isl- 
and ; was late of this town ; he with 6 
others by the upsetting of the boat. Amer- 
ican of 

Commodore Sir Robert, at Kingston, U. C, 
commander of the upper lakes. American 
of 

Ruth, daughter of Abira, aged i year, 8 
months. 



May 31, 1828 
Sept. 13, 1822 

April S, 1809 

July 7, 1809 
Jan. 21, 1810 

Aug. 3, 1810 



March 2$, 1814 
Mays, 1814 



Oct. 7, 1814 

June 28, 1815 

Sept. 5, 181 5 

Oct. 20, 18 1 5 

Nov. 7, [815 

March 23, 18 16 

May 13, 1817 

June 27, 1817 
Sept. 9, 1817 

Oct. 10, 1817 

Nov. 30, 1 817 

Dec. 9, 1817 

Jan. 16, i8i8 

March 3, i8t8 
Nov. 6, 1818 



230 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HALL Rev. George, principal St. Andrews 

College, in Edinburgh, Scot. ■^American of Feb. 22, 1820 
Clarissa, daughter of Capt. Abner, aged i 

year, 10 months, Jan. 19, 1821 

Dominick A., U. S. District Judge, at New- 
Orleans. American of Jan. 19, 1821 
Charity, widow of George, at Portsmouth, in 

84th year, Feb. 5, 182 1 

Lysander, of Groton, Tompkins Co., N. Y., a 

suicide, June 3, 1821 

John, at Gosport, aged 65 years, 4 days, 

Margaret, his wife ; were born on the same 

day and year, married on their birthday 

and buried in one grave. American of June 22, 1821 

William, mate of brig Prize, of Bristol, at 

Matanzas, aged 22 years, July 23, 1821 

Lieut., of the army, killed in a duel with Dr. 

Randall, at Pensacola. American of Sept. 14, 182 1 

Elizabeth, widow of William, at North Kings- 
town, aged 90 years, Oct. 31, 1821 
Increase S., formerly of Sutton, Mass , aged 

25 years, at Pearlington, Miss., June 15, 1822 

Levi, said to be from Providence, aged 23 

years, at New York, accidentally drowned, July 25, 1822 

Dixon, of Sterling, Ct.; was instantly killed 

in the cotton factory, Dec. 6, 1822 

Nancy, wife of Parker, and daughter of Sam- 
uel Pickens, of Freetown, at Portsmouth, 

in 38th year, Dec. 8, 1822 

Joseph, at North Kingstown, in 33d year, Feb. 11, 1823 

John M,, Esq., consul of U. S., at Cadiz, in 

40th year. American of April 29, 1823 

Bathsheba, widow of Dr. Hall, at Pomfret, 

Ct., aged S3 years, July 25, 1823 

Anna, at Taunton, aged 62 years, Aug. 19, 1823 

l^aura Ann, wife of Abijah, at Taunton, m 

17th year. American of Sept. 12, 1823 

Nathaniel, at Raynham, aged 92 years. 

American of ' Oct. 31, 1823 

Miss Anna, aged 17 years, at Poland, Me 

She went to the door and exclaimed " A 

Fox, a Fox,'' a young man hearing her re- 
sorted to the place and found her lifeless 

within 15 feet of the door American of 
Julia, wife of Milton, and daughter of John 

A. Collins, Esq., at Newport, 
Emerson, aged 49 years, at Hubbardson, Vt.; 

was thrown from his carnage. American of 
Nathan, son of late Col. Levi, of Providence, 

at New Orleans, aged 37 years. 



April 9, 


1824 


April 5, 


1825 


Nov. 29, 


1825 


June 21, 


1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



231 



HALL Julia Elizabeth Ann, aged 5 months, 22 
days, 

Nelson, aged 17 years, thrown from a canal 
boat and drowned, by Thomas C. Hagerty, 
near Albany, N. Y. American of 

Capt. Arunah, of Smithfield, at Roxbury, in 
44th year, 

Dean, at Taunton, aged 25 years, 

Ahira, infant son of Capt. Edward, aged 6 
months, 

Mrs. Mary, widow of Joseph, of Raynbam, at 
Taunton, aged 80 years, 

Mary, only child of Samuel, aged 2 years, 4 
months, 

George, son of Calvin and Rebecca, at Ox- 
ford, aged 3 years, 

Jane Matilda, daughter of Silas, aged 18 
months. 

Miss Catharine, at Newport, in 21st year, 

, daughter of Philo, at Wethersfield, 

Genessee Co., N. Y., aged 5 years, her 
clothes caught fire. American of 

Robert A., son of Mrs. Sophia, in Sth year, 

Nancy M., daughter of Isaac, of North 
Bridgewater, at Taunton, in i8th year, 

Major John L., formerly of U. S. Marine 
Corps, at Sullivan's Island, near Charles- 
ton, S. C. American of 

Capt. Reuben, of Warren, Me., aged 32 years, 
master of schooner Amanda, from Rich- 
mond, at Portsmouth. American of 

Silas B., infant son of Chandler, aged 1 year, 
3 months, 

Edward, of Boston, aged 27 years, at Donald- 
sonville. La. American of 

Mary E , wife of Allen A., editor of Nash- 
ville Republican, at Nashville, Tenn., aged 
23 years, 

Anthony H., at East Greenwich, aged about 
45 years, from lockjaw, occasioned by inju- 
ries received from being thrown from his 
carriage bv a runaway horse. 

Kit (colored), found drowned near Fox Point. 
American of 

Almira, daughter of Chandler, in 7th year. 
American of 

Ebenezer, at East Bridgewater, aged 61 
years. American of 

George, at Portsmouth, aged 84 years, form- 
erly member of General Assembly, and 
more than 40 years of the town council. 



Sept. 4, 1826 

Sept. 26, 1826 

Oct. 8, 1826 
Nov. 6, 1826 

May 6, 1827 

Oct. 23, 1827 

March 26, 1828 

July 17, 1828 

Sept. 7, 1828 
Sept. IS, 1828 



Feb. 13, 1829 
March 10, 1829 

July 27, 1829 



Sept. 22, 1829 

Sept. 22, 1829 

Oct. 3, 1829 

. Nov. 6, 18.29 

Nov. 22, 1829 

Nov. 29, 1829 

Jan. 26, 1830 

March 16, 1830 

Aug. 27, 1830 

Sept. 7, 1830 



232 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HALL Dorcas, wife of Isaac, at North Kings- 
town, aged 62 years, 

Ro]3ert, at Bristol, Eng., 

William, of Salem, second officer of brig 
Nereus, at Bombay, India. American of 

Joseph, aged 22 years, drowned at Norfolk, 
Va. American of 

Maj. Brian, formerly of Norton, Mass , at 
Providence, in 70th year, soldier of the 
Revolution, 
HALLENBECK Samuel, suddenly, near Cats- 
kill, N. Y., 
HALLETT Orin, seaman on board schooner 
Clarissa, of this port ; was washed over- 
board from the jib boom near Block Island. 
See note and obituary, 

Samuel E , of Charleston, S. C, member of 
junior class Amherst College, from asthma, 

Gorham, seaman, belonging to schooner 
Apollo of Boston, 

Solomon, of Yarmouth, first officer of brig 
Delma of Boston, at sea, 

Caleb, of Barnstable, at New York, aged 23 
years. American of 

Caleb, of Massachusetts, at New York hos- 
pital, aged 22 years. American of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, at Yarmouth, aged 86 years; 
her descendants were 12 children, 84 
grand and 57 great grandchildren. Ameri- 
can of 

Thomas L , Esq., in 41st year, at Mobile, 
Ala., native of Long Island, a merchant, 

HALLEY Miss , at Nashville, Tenn., aged 

1 1 years ; was bitten by a dog Jan. 25, forty- 
eight days after the malady appeared and 
3 days after she died. American of 
HALLINGSWORTH Samuel, Esq., at Balti- 
more, aged 74 years. American of 
HALLOCK Rev. Jeremiah, at Canton, Ct., aged 

69 years, 
HALLOW.^Y Ann, eldest daughter of Capt. 
William, at Wickford, aged 19 years. 
American of 
HALLOWELL Sarah, widow, in 77th year. 

Miss Sarah, aged 69 years, 
HALLYBURTON Susan, wife of James, at 

Pawtucket, 
HALSEY Charles B., son of Thomas Lloyd 
Halsey, Esq , of Providence, at sea, on 
board snip Gen. Hamilton, on her passage 
to Canton, in 27th year, 



Jan. 7, 1 83 1 
March 7, 1831 

April I, 1831 

June 22, 1832 

Jan, 13, 1833 
Sept. 30, 1815 

Nov. 25, 1824 
Dec. IS, 1824 
Nov. 2, 1825 
Aug. t7, 1826 
Sept. 10, 1830 
Dec. 14, 1830 

March 11, 1831 
March 27, 1831 

April 13, 1830 
May 21, 1830 
June 23, 1826 



Dec. 9, 1823 

May 4, 1815 

Nov. 24, 1828 

Sept. 21, 1823 



Aug. 7, 1828 



KHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



233 



H ALSEY Mrs. Mary E., wife of Samuel F., and 
daughter of late George Youle, at New 
York. American of 
HAMBLIN Nancy, native of England, sister to 
Thomas Hamblin, of the theatres, at sea, 
on board ship James Cropper, on passage 
from Liverpool to New York, 

John, murdered by his negroes, at Lunen- 
burgh, Va. American of 
HAMERSLAY Andrew, at New York, aged 94 

years. American of 
HAMILL Thomas R., at Philadelphia, from 
drinking cold water, 

HAMILTON Lady , at Calais, France ; she 

was of humble origin, was a great beauty, 
was the espoused of Sir William Hamilton, 
was the Cleopatra to the great Nelson, and 
he was content with the lot. Miss Horatio 
Nelson was with her when she died. 
American of 

Miss , murdered by two Irishmen. 

American of 

Dowager Lady, in England, aged 90 years. 
American of 

Hon. Paul, late secretary of the Navy, at 
Beaufort, S. C, 

Mrs. the authoress, in England. American of 

James, Esq., of Philadelphia, at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., in 43d year, 

James, executed for the mnrder of Major 
Birdsall, at Albany, N. Y. .'\merican of 

Jeptha, of Massachusetts, at sea, from brig 
Beaver, of this port. American of 

Gen. John, of North Carolina, at West Ten- 
nessee. Was one of Gen. Greene's aides 
in the Revolution. Was at Guilford Court 
House March 15, 178 1. American of 

Ann, aged 15, shot by Joseph Thompson, 
first mate of Hermaphrodite Hrig Leopard, 
at Baltimore, 

John C, who was executed in Kentucky for 
the murder of Dr. Sanderson a few years 
smce; a man was executed at Mobile, Ala. 
recently who confessed he did it and that 
Hamilton was innocent. American of 

Capt. Sewall, at Worcester, aged 36 years, 
was deputy sheriff and coroner for the 
County. American of 

Alexander, Esq, F. A. S. In Liverpool, 
Eng. American of 



Jan. 29, 1830 

June 27, 1826 

March 30, 1827 

June 8, 1819 

July 27, 1828 



April 7, 1815 

Oct. 10, 1815 

May 3, 1816 

June 30, 1 8 16 
Nov. I, 1816 

July 20, 1 8 17 

Nov. 13, 1818 

Jan. 19, 1819 

May 7, 1819 
Oct. S, 1 82 1 

Aug. 12, 1823 

Dec. 21, 1824 
March 4, 1825 



234 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HAMILTON Mrs. 



murdered herself and 



child, at Palmer, Mass , 

, a child. His father lives near Sunfish, 

Ohio. Killed by the explosion of a boiler 
of the steamer S. B. Kenawha, on the Ohio, 
at the mouth of the Gunandotte, 
HAMLIN Francis, of Connecticut, at sea, on 
board ship Columbia, on passage from 
Havana. American of 

John, son of William, aged 21 months, 
HAMELIN Rear Admiral, late Naval Com- 
mander of the French Fleet off Cadiz, in 
France, of brain fever. American of 
HAMLIN Solomon, at Framingham. Having a 
cold he dosed himself with lobelia and red 
pepper until overpowered by death, 

Isaac Bowen, infant son of William, aged i 
year, 
HAMM Phebe, widow of Jotham, in this town, 

in 77th year, 
HAM Levi, in Providence, in 73d year, 
HAMM Elizabeth, wife of Jotham, in 71st year, 

Jotham, in 77th year. Was born in Ports- 
mouth, N. H., but had resided here 70 
years, 

Miss Sarah, aged 66 years, 
HAMMAR Margaret, daughter of late Thomas, 

aged 16 years. American of 
HAMMETT Nathan, at Newport, in 69th year, 

Caroline, daughter of the late Benjamin, at 
Newport, aged 24 years. American of 

Benjamin H., son of the late Benjamin, at 
Newport, in 24lh year. American of 

Capt. , of Boston, killed by Malays in 

the South Seas. American of 

Leah, widow of Benjamin, at Newport, aged 
58 years. American of 

Christopher G., son of Capt. William, late of 
Warwick, at Sutton, aged 25 years. Amer- 
ican ot 
HAMMOND Ann, wife of James, and daughter 
of Amos Palmer, Esq., of Stonington, Ct., 
at Newport, in 25th year. American of 

Sarah, widow of Jonathan, in this town, at 
Coventry, aged 70 years, 

Phebe, widow of Paine, at Newport, in 68th 
year. American of 

Sarah, daughter of Paine, at Newport, in 27th 
year. American of 

Ceaser (colored), aged 88 years, 30 years a 
member of 2d Cong. Church, 



Oct. 30, 1826 



June 24, 1829 



June IS, 1821 
Feb. I, 1822 



Nov. 20, 1823 

April 21, 1825 

Aug. 16, 1825 

Feb. 12, 1809 

March 3, 1818 

Jan. 21, 1824 

June 30, 1824 
Julys, 1828 

March 21, 1828 
July 18, i8i6 

July 2, 1819 

Jan. 14, 1820 

Nov. 27, 1821 

Nov. 19, 1824 

Oct. 23, 1829 

Sept. 18, 1810 

June 26, 1814 

Jan. 3, 1815 

July 4, 1815 

June 16, 1816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



235 



HAMMOND George W., in 37th year ; drowned 
in a pond of water the rain had made, 

Joshua, native of Rhode Island, on board 
schooner Havana ; packet on passage from 
St. Domingo to Baltimore. American of 

Capt, Thomas, at Detroit. Was twice 
wounded in the last war, at York, and on 
Lake Erie on board the Lawrence. Amer- 
ican of 

Alden, at Newport, in 26th year, 

Mary, wife of J. R., at Brunswick, Me., sud- 
denly, American of 

Mary Rugg, youngest daughter of Jeremiah, 
aged 2 years, 6 months, 

EUzabeth, widow of Capt. Thomas, formerly 
of Bristol, at Arkwright, in 40th year, 

George W., son of late John S., at Providence, 
aged 1 4 years ; drowned, 

Hermoine, widow of John S., in 55th year. 
American of 

William, drowned in a pond, at Rutland, 
Mass., by sinking of the boat, 

William A., only son of William, aged 4 years, 
22 months, at Warwick, 

William, at North Kingstown, aged 61 years, 

Thomas (colored), aged 42 years. 

Col. Reuben, at Foster, in 41st year, 

William, at Glocester, aged 27 years, 

Rhoda, daughter of William, at New Bed- 
ford, aged 4 months ; her clothes caught 
fire about two weeks ago. American of 

William, eldest son of William and Mary, at 
Seekonk, in i8th year, 

John Henry, infant son of John S., aged i 
year, 5 months, 

Calvin, at Wickford, aged 62 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Dea. James, in 80th year; was town sergeant 
20 years, 

Elizabeth, wife of John, at Boston, aged 44 
years. American of 

Mary T., wife of Zenas D., at Newport, 
HAMPTON Gen. Wade, at Natchez, on his way 
to take command of the U. S. Army at 
New Orleans. Contradicted in next issue. 
American of 

Capt. Francis, son of General, at Charleston, 

S. C, 

HANCHETT Capt. J. M., of British ship Dia- 

. dem, at Halifax, of wounds received on 

Craney Island, near Norfolk. American of 



Feb. 21, 1816 
Sept. 13, 1816 

March 13, 1818 
Feb. 13, 1820 

Dec. 22, 1820 

May 13, 1821 

April 8, 1823 

June 29, 1823 

Aug. 5, 1823 

July S, 1825 

July 25, 1827 

Sept. 24, 1827 

Jan. 13, 1828 

Oct. 7, 1828 

Oct. 27, 1829 

Jan. 12, 1830 

March 24," 1830 

April 4, 1830 

Jan. i8, 1 83 1 

Feb. 18, 1 83 1 

March 11, 1831 
Aug. 2, 1 83 1 

Dec. I, 1809 
May 25, 1816 

Nov. 19, 1813 



236 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HANCOCK Monroe, son of N. S., at Barre, 

Mass,, aged 12 years, from a hurt received 

in a scuffle. American of 
Mrs. Miriam, at Lincoln, aged 80 years. 

American of 
HANDLEY Mrs. Lydia, formerly of Wickford, 

at Providence, aged about 60 years, 
HANDY Abigail, widow of Charles, Esq., at 

Newport, in 76th year. American of 
Sally, wife of Ebenezer, and daughter of the 

late Elisha Brown, at Glocester, aged 49 

years, 
Capt. William R., at New York, formerly of 

Newport, aged 29 years. American of 
Charles Walter, youngest son of Major John, 

of Newport, in this town, in 17th year, 
Richard S., son of Major John, of Newport, 

at Rainesford Island, Boston harbor, aged 

22 years; had arrived from sea after an ab- 
sence of 8 years, 
Thomas Ryburgh, midshipman U. S. Navy, 

son of Thomas, at Newport, aged 22 years, 
Mr. J. H., formerly of Philadelphia, killed in 

a duel at St. Louis. American of 
Hannah Louisa, daughter of Major John, of 

Newport, at Medfield, Mass., aged 25 years, 
Russell, at Bristol, aged about 70 years, pen- 
sioner of the Revolution, 
Caleb, son of late Benjamin, of Uxbridge, at 

Smithfield, Madison Co., N. Y., 
Major John, at Newport, in 73d year, soldier 

of the Revolution, 
Mary, wife of Westcott, of Providence, at 

New York, 

Mary, wife of Thomas, at Newport. Ameri- 
can of 

HANFORD Abraham (colored), at Norwalk, 

v^t., 

, wife of Abraham (colored), at Norwalk, 

Ct., 
HANKS Lieut. - 
Mackanaw : 



-, late commander of Fort 
after being paroled he was 
accidentally killed by a shot from the Eng- 
lish battery, at Detroit. American of 
HANNERS Benjamin, Jr., at Boston, aged 32 

years. American of 
HANSCOMB Reuben, at Berwick, Me., aged JJ 
years, soldier of the Revolution. Ameri- 
can of 



March 22, 1822 

May 21, 1830 

Nov. 17, 1822 

Oct. 3, 1809 

Jan. 20, 1 8 14 

Jan. 3, 1 815 

Jan. 30, 1 81 8 

Sept. 20, 1 82 1 

Oct. 27, 1821 

Feb. 6, 1824 

June 4, 1825 

July 7, 1826 

Oct. 3, 1826 

March 2, 1828 

March i, 1832 

June 22, 1830 

July 26, 1832 

July 28, 1832 

Sept. 29, 181 2 
Jan. 26, 1830 

April 12, 1 83 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



237 



HANSE Christian, seaman, lost off Cape Hat- 

teras, from U. S. schooner Nonesuch. 

American of 

HANSON Alexander C, murdered by a mob, at 

Baltimore, 

Benjamin, at Dover, N. H., aged 50 years, 

found hung in his barn. American of 
Alexander C, at Belmont, Md., U. S. Sena- 
tor for Maryland, in 33d year, 
Walter, a suicide, at Sackett's Harbor. Amer- 
ican of 
Thomas, Esq., late judge advocate, of U. S. 
Army, at Cantonment, Council Bluffs, 
HARADEN Nathaniel, Master Commandant 
U. S. Navy, at Washington. American of 
HARDENBERG Prince, the Prussian Chancel- 
lor, on journey to Venice, 
HARDENBURG Augustus, infant son of John 

C, aged 3 months, 1 1 days, 
HARDENBURGH Lillis, wife of Jacob, in 76th 
year, 
Jacob, in 80th year, 
HARDING I.ebbeus, eldest son of Jonathan, 
formerly of Providence, at Cyntheana, Ky. 
American of 
Lyman, Esq.. Attorney General of Missis- 
sippi, near Natchez, 
HARDEN John, at Bridgewater, aged 65 years. 

American of 
HARDIN Gen. Martin D., late Senator in Con- 
gress, in Kentucky, aged 43 years. Amer- 
ican (if 
HARDING Corne'ia, wife of Albert, of Provi- 
dence, at Newport, aged 24 years, 
Hannah, widow of William, at Bristol, aged 

84 years, 
Mrs. Hannah, at Bristol, aged 82 years. 

American of 
Jemima, widow, of Southbridge, aged 83 

years, 
Nancy, wife of Eddy, at Attleboro, daughter 
of John Hutchinson, of North Providence, 
at Attleboro, 
Walker, in 82d year, 

Jonathan, formerly of Providence, at Cincin- 
nati, O., in 62d year, 
Abigail, widow of Harding, in 77th year, 
Jonathan Russell, son of John G, at Bristol, 
aged 21 years, graduate of Brown, 
HARDY William, son of Charles, at Portsmouth, 
aged 1 9 years. American of 



June 2, 1820 

July 28, 18 12 

Aug. 20, 1816 

April 23, 1 8 19 

June 15, 1819 

Dec. 8, i8r9 

Feb. 3, 1818 

Nov. 14, 1822 

Sept. 10, 1826 

March 19, 1827 
March 20, 1828 

Feb. 2, 1 8 19 
June 24, 1820 
Sept. 20, 1822 

Oct. 31, 1823 
May 30, 1826 
July 29, [826 
Aug. 4, 1826 
Aug. 12, 1826 

Nov. 2, 1828 
April 16, 1829 

March 14, 1830 
Aug. 29, 1831 

Oct. 20, 1832 

Nov. 20, 1829 



238 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HARE Mrs. Margaret, widow of Robert, Esq., 
at Philadelphia, in 66th year, 
Joseph T., at Baltimore, executed for mail 

robbery, 
William H., a cadet at the U. S. Military 
Academy, at West Point, aged 19 years; 
was of Philadelphia. American of 

HARGELL Caleb, at Newport, aged about 80 
years ; when a youth he lost a leg by the 
firing of a gun at the news of the repeal 
of the Stamp Act, 

HARKEN Daniel, seaman, perished in the 
wreck of the schooner Quaker, 

HARKNESS George Fenner, son of Daniel, at 
Scituate, aged about 6 months, 
Betsey, wife of Daniel, at Scituate, in 3rst 

year, 
George, at Newport, suddenly, 

HARLEM Samuel, Friend minister, at Kennett, 
Penn. American of 

HARLIN Zachariah, murdered by Peter A. 
Early, who has been arrested for the same, 
in Georgia. American of 

HARLOW Martha, widow of Capt. Isaac, at 
Bridgewater. American of 
Remember, widow of Samuel, at Plymouth, 
in 80th year, 

Mr. , at Springfield, Vt., aged 23 years ; 

was attempting to free himself from a 
wagon, the horses having become fright- 
ened and unmanageable. American of 

HARNSTEIN Count, a courtier. Two days 
after the funeral, the mausoleum being 
opened, they found he had been buried 
alive, that he had forced the lid of the coffin 
and had reached the door, where he had 
butted his head against it so as to cause 
death. American of 

HARP John, at New York. He ate water hem- 
lock for celery. American of 

HARPER Joseph, ot the Charleston theatre, at 
Charleston, S. C, in 52d year. He was a 
native of Norwich, Eng., and had resided 
for the last 22 years in this country. Amer- 
ican of 
Hon. John A., late M. C, at Meredith, N. 

H. American of 
Oliver, murdered by Jason Treadwell, at 
Montrose, Penn., who was executed the 
Jan. 13th following, 



Sept. 2!, 1816 
Sept. 10, 1818 

Aug. 23, 1825 

May 7, 1 83 1 

March 6, 1820 

April 9, 1826 

Jan. 27, 1828 
Aug. S, 1828 

Aug. 7, 1818 

March 29, 1825 
Nov. 24, 1829 
Dec. 12, 1829 

Dec. 22, 1829 



April 13, 1819 
July 14, 181S 

March 22, i8u 
July 2, 1816 

May—, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 239 

HARPER Hon. Robert Goodboe, aged 60 years, 
a politician of the Washington school, at 
Baltimore. See obituary in issue of Jan. 25, Jan. 14, 1825 
HARRA Jose Florentine, aged 27 years, exe- 
cuted at Havana for the treacherous murder 
of a justice, April 19, 18 16 

HARREATT John, Esq., at London, Eng., aged 
70 years ; resided in Rhode Island in 1793. 
American of April 17, 18 17 

HARRENDEEN Mary, widow of Joseph, at 

Smithfield, aged 100 years. American of Aug. 22, 1815 

HARRINGTON Dr. Allen, formerly of Brook- 
field, Mass., at Columbia, Penn., aged 45 
years. American of Oct. 22, 181 1 

Serena, daughter of Jesse, at Coventry, aged 

19 years, Oct. 28, 1822 

Payson Perrin, son of Capt. Henry, aged i 

year, 9 m,, 9 days, Sept. 29, 1825 

Evelina, wife cf Austin, at Worcester, aged 

26 years. American of Jan. 19, 1827 

Lucy G., wife of David B., at Millbury, aged 

24 years, Aug. 21, 1829 

Lieut. Nathaniel, a soldier of the Revolution, 
at Worcester, in goth year, Feb. 28, 1831 

HARRINTON Bridget, wife of John, killed by 
him when drunk, at New York. American 
of May 20, 1 83 1 

HARRIS David, Esq., cashier of OfSce of Dis- 
count and Deposit, at Baltimore, Md., a 
valued ofificer of the Revolution. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 24, 1809 

Hugh, of Newport, aged 23 years, at sea on 
passage from Canton to Liverpool. Amer- 
ican of April 13, 1 8 10 

William, son of Stephen, of Scituate, at Ha- 
vana, in 28th year. May 18, 1810 

Samuel, aged 26 years, drowned at Cam- 
bridge, an under graduate of Harvard Col- 
lege; had a great gift for the languages 
and had acquired 12 of them when he met 
his death, July 7, '8x0 

Oceana, daughter of Cyrus, Esq., dec, at 

Scituate, in her 14th year, Aug. 14, 1810 

John, at Newport, aged 8$ years. American 

of Nov: 23, 18:0 

Hon. Caleb, at Johnston, in 73d year, Jan. 16, i8r2 

Eliza, daughter of the late Andrew, at Cran- 
ston, in 36th year, funeral from the house 
of Robert Sheldon, sermon by Rev, Mr. 
Wilson, died April 6, 181 2 



240 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HARRIS Sarah, wife of James, and daughter of 
Sim"feon Smith, at Pawtuxet, in 2ist year,, 

Thomas, at Charlestown, Mass., cashier of 
Eagle Bank and State Treasurer. Amer- 
ican of 

Nancy, wife of John, at Pawtuxet, in $26 year. 
American of 

Gen. Thomas K., M. C. from Tennessee, from 
wounds received in a duel with Col. Simp- 
son, at Tennessee. American of 

Rhoby Ann, wife of Isaac, and daughter of 
Caleb Remington, at Johnston, in 21st 
year. American of 

Mary, wife of Richard, at Smitbfield, in 80th 
year. She had for a posterity 10 children, 
57 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchil- 
dren ; had lived with her husband 62 years, 
and 60 years in the house in which she 
died, 

Stephen, in this town, in 64th year, 

Isaac, native of Rhode Island, late of Savan- 
nah, Ga , at Charleston, S. C, 

, chief mate, from exposure in a ship- 
wreck, 

Eliza, wife of Stephen and daughter of James 
Greene, Esq., at Warwick, in 28th year, 

Capt. Benjamin, of Boston, native of New- 
port, at Mobile, Ala., aged 67 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Freelove, daughter of George, in 4th year, 

Fanny, wife of Joel and daughter of Elihu 
Thornton, of Johnston, at Foster, in 3Sth 
year, 

Capt. Abner, formerly of Providence, at Lyn- 
don, Vt., aged 42 years. 

Dr. Benjamin, at Preston, Ct., aged 66 years, 

Mrs. Marcy, at Newport, aged 78 years, many 
years member of Second Baptist Church. 
American of 

John, aged 50 years, from a pan of charcoal, 

Stephen M., of Providence, at Havana, on 
board ship Gen. JacKson, aged 37 years, 

Joseph, at Smithfield, in 7[st year, 

James, at Johnston, in 26th year, 

Mary Greene, daughter of Benjamin C, aged 
19 years, 

Mr. , killed in the descent of his balloon, 

in England. American of 

Elisha, at Cranston, in 81st year, of Society 
of Friends, funeral from his son's residence 
[Bates], 



Aug. 23, 1812 

June 21, 1814 
March i, 1816 

April 26, 1 816 

July 23. 1816 



Oct. 2, 1816 
May 25, 1817 

Aug. 28, 1819 

Jan. 17, 1819 

March 23, 1820 



Jan. 2, 1821 
March 8, 1821 



Aug. 28, 1 82 1 

Nov. I, 1821 
Jan. 19, 1822 



July 16, 1822 
Feb. 2, 1823 

Feb. 21, 1823 
Feb. 25, 1823 
June 13, 1823 

March 9, 1824 

July 13, 1824 

March 16, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 241 

HARRIS Margaret, widow of late Hon. Caleb, 

of Johnston, at Warwick, in 84th year, April 3, 1825 

Daniel Wilkinson, youngest son of Benjamin, 

at Smithfield. American of May 6, 1825 

Mrs. , at Ferrisburgh, Vt., killed from 

accidental discharge of a gun while being 

replaced in its accustomed place. Amer- 
ican of July 15, 1825 
Sally, wife of William, daughter of Timothy 

Greene, at Pawtuxet, in 37th year, Nov. 1, 1825 

Capt. Christopher, at Johnston, aged 45 

years, Dec. 23, 1825 

Benjamin, at Pawtucket, aged about 73 years; 

pensioner of the Revolution, Jan. .15, 1826 

William, son of Hon. Caleb, of Johnston, at 

Greenville, Warwick, in 46th year; leaves 

widow and 9 children, Jan. 16, 1826 

Amey, wife of Samuel B., and eldest daughter 

of Abraham Wilkmson, of Pawtucket, at 

Smithfield, in 30th year, May 27, 1826 

Martha, widow of David, Esq., formerly of 

Providence, and grand daughter of Joseph 

Jenckes, Governor of Rhode Island, at 

Stanford, N. Y., aged 10 1 years, 7 months. 

American of July 4, 1826 

James ist, at Cranston, aged 74 years, July 30, 1826 

Edward Manton, son of Dr. Stephen, at War- 
wick, Aug. 23, 1826 
Edward Henry, son of John S., aged 7 

months, 8 days, Oct. 7, 1826. 

John Harding, son of John S , aged 2 years, 

7 months, Oct. 13, 1826 

James B., son of John S., in sth year, Nov. 7, 1826 

Freelove, widow of late Elisha, at Cranston, 

in 80th year ; of Society of Friends. Fun- 
eral from her son Bates ; died June 27, 1827 
Louisa Maria, only child of Solomon, at 

Foster, aged 3 years, 3 months, 3 days, Aug. 17, 1827 

John, at Pawtuxet, in 74th year, suddenly, Sept. 20, 1827 

Benjamin Gordon, second son of Edward 

H., aged 5 years, Nov. 12, 1827 

Mary Aborn, daughter of Edward B., at 

Cranston, aged 6 years, 7 months, 15 days, April 15, 1828 
Caleb W., son of late William, at Greenville, 

Warwick, aged 16 years, June 10, 1828 

James, ai Pawtuxet, in 39th year, Dec. 4, 1828 

Caleb, at Johnston, in 34th year, son of John, Jan. 18, 1829 
Lydia, wife of Oliver, at Cumberland, aged 67 

years, Feb. 6, 1829 



242 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HARRIS Mary A., wife of Edward B., and 

daughter of Thomas Greene, of Pawtucket, 

a: Woodstock, Ct., June 5- 1829 

Capt. John, of New York State; for last S 

years citizen of Texas, at New Orleans, Aug. 21, 1829 

James (colored), Oct. 11, 1829 

Rev. William, D. D., at New York, presi- 
dent of Columbia College, in 65th year, Oct. 18, 1829 
Thomas, in England, aged 108 years ; he 

enjoyed uninterrupted health and retained 

his mental powers to the last. American of Jan. 15, 1830 

Jonathan, at Smithfield, aged about 70 years, Nov. 27, 1830 
John B., at Marblehead, aged 24 years. 

American of Dec. 24, 1830 

Nancy, wife of John, at Scituate, in 73d year ; 

of Society of Friends, Feb. 25, 1831 

William, at East Bridgewater, aged 69 years. 

American of March 18, 183 1 

Hannah, widow of William, at Bristol, aged 

47 years, June ir, 183 1 

Jabez, at Scituate, in 53d year, July ii, 1831 

Betsey, aged 22 years, suddenly ; the doctors 

said caused by tight lacing. American of Aug. 12, 1831 
John, at Johnston, in 69th year, Feb. 5, 1832 

Abby S., daughter of John S., in 17th year, Sept. 3, 1832 

Sarah, wife of Bates, at Cranston, in 60th 

year, Sept. 16, 1832 

HARRISON Ann, widow of William, at New- 

port, aged 79 years. American of Jan. 28, 1814 

Benjamin, at Georgia, aged 44 years. Was 

probably the tallest man in United States, 

being 7 ft 2J in. in height. American of April 28, 1818 

George, infant son of Capt. William, at War- 
wick, aged 10 months, Feb. 13, 1820 
Burr, Esq., aged 84 years, in South Carolina. 

He served in the Revolution as a Captain 

under LaFayette. American of Aug. 20, 1822 

Mr. , of Washington City, and his family, 

at New Orleans, of the fever. American of Oct. 1 1, 1822 
Capt. George, at Warwick, in 83d year. 

Was born at Colchester, P2ng., and came to 

America at the time of the French War ; 

was a noted nautical commander and prom- 
inent member of Episcopal Church, Oct. 16, 1822 
Rev. John, at Preston, Eng., aged 56 years; 

died as he had just set down to write 

at his table; had written "Subpena. " 

American of Oct. 7, 1823 

Mary Cecelia, daughter of George G., aged 

16 months, Sept. 21, 1824 



KHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



243 



HARRISON Dr. John, of the Navy, in Washing- 
ton. American of 

Dr. John, of the Navy, at Washington City. 
American of 

William, shot while sitting in front of Mr. 
Riche's tavern, at Louisville, Ky. Ameri- 
can of 

George G., formerly of New York, for several 
years resident at Providence, in 27th year , 
leaves wife and 2 children, 

Mrs. Catherine T., at Apponaug, aged 42 
years, -v 

Richard, at New York, in 8ist year. Ameri- 
can of 

Mr. , killed by Mr. Grimes, in a political 

quarrel, at Lewis Co., Ky., leaves wife 
and two or three children. His age was 
about 33 years, 
HART Henry, drowned in New York harbor, 

Elizabeth, widow, at Berlin, Ct., aged 95 
years. American of 

Mary, wife of John, at Pawtucket, aged 36 
years. American of 

F , a confectioner, found murdered in his 

shop, at Boston, 

Gen. John, at Saybrook, Ct. American of 

Abigail, widow of Nicholas, at Newport, 
aged 96 years, 

Betsey, wife of John, Jr., at Taunton, aged 
25 years, 

Elizabeth, daughter of John, Jr., at Taunton, 
aged 16 months, 

Nicholas, at Pittsburgh, Penn., aged 68 
years, native of Newport ; served in the 
Revolution at one time as commissary ser- 
geant to Gen. Greene, 

Elizabeth, wife of James, at Newport, aged 
60 years, 

Lydia C, wife of Capt. Gamoleel, aged 37 
years, at New Bedford. American of 

Esther, at Fall River, aged 81 years, of So- 
ciety of Friends. American of 
HARTFORD Mary C, at Gorham, Me., aged 

19 years. American of 
HARTLEY David, Esq., in England, aged 82 
years ; was one on part of Great Britain to 
sign treaty of peace. American of 
HARTMAN Ferd, a German, at New Orleans, 
about 40 years of age, a suicide ; cut his 
throat and shot himself besides ; was a lin- 



March 15, 1825 
March 22, 1825 

Feb. 17, 1826 

March 2, 1827 
Sept. 10, 1828 
L<ec. II, 1829 

Aug. 3, 1830 
Dec. 20, 1808 

July IS, 1814 

Jan. 31, 1815 

June 5, 1815 
Sept. 9, 1 8 17 

March 5, 1821 

Oct. 8, 1 82 1 

Oct. 13, 1821 

Aug. 15, 1822 

Dec. 3, 1826 

Jan. 12, 1830 

Jan. 8, 1833 

April 9, 1 8 19 

Feb. 25, 1814 



244 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HARTMAN : 

guist, speaking fluently 6 or 7 languages. 

American of 
HARTSHORN William Henry, son of the late 

Sylvanus, aged 9 months, 
Silence, widow of Stephen, in this town, aged 

84 years, 
HARTSHORNE Ellis, aged 23 years. Ameri- 
can of 
HARTSHORN Mary, wife of Charles, Esq., 

daughter of late Andrew Waterman, of 

Smithfield.at Providence, aged 52 years, 
Richard, son of John, formerly of Providence, 

at Boston, aged 14 years, 
Thomas, aged 44 years, after an illness of 4 

days ; liveryman ; remains carried to Rox- 

bury for burial, 
Mary A., wife of Samuel W., formerly of 

Providence, at Norfolk, Va., in 21st year, 
Preston, at Boston, aged 45 years. American 

of 
William Pabodie, infant son of Thomas C, 

aged 7 months, 
John Henry, infant son of Sylvester, Esq., 

aged 18 months, 
Charles, aged 66 years, 
HARTWELL Maria, wife of 

years, 
Samuel, at Oxford, Mass., aged 

American of 
HARVEY James, native of England, in this town, 

aged 75 years. American of 
Frederick, at Taunton, aged 53 years, 
Ephraim, at Taunton, aged 66 years, 
Barnabas, at launton, aged 37 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Rosannah, only daughter of William, at 

Taunton, aged 3 years, 
Mary, widow of Peter, at Newport, aged 66 

years, 
Miss Hannah, aged 102 j'ears, at Milton. 

American of 
Mrs Silence, widow of David, at Taunton, 

aged 79 years. American of 
Mrs. Lois, at New Bedford, aged 79 years, 
HARWOOD Esther, daughter of John, at New- 
port, in 22d year, 
Robert, ordinary seaman, killed on board the 

Little Kelt, in action with U. S. frigate 

President, 



Jesse, aged 22 
76 



vears. 



Dec. 2, 1824 

Aug. 20, 1819 

Feb. 27, 18 16 

Aug. 4, 1820 

March 2, 1822 
Dec. 7, 1824 

June s, 1825 

Jan. 27, 1827 

Dec. 4, 1829 

March 30, 1832 

May 8, 1832 
Sept. 3, 1832 

April 5, 1821 

June 27, 1826 

March 22, 1816 

March 28, 1822 

Sept. 25, 1822 

Oct. 10, 1823 

Sept. 12, 1826 

Dec. I, 1826 

July 17, 1827 

Sept. 10, 1830 
March 14, 1831 

April 10, 1809 
May 16, 1811 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



245 



HARWOOD John, at Newport, in jjst year, 
Margaret, widow of John, at Newport, in 
86th year ; her descendants were 7 chil- 
dren, 35 grand and 24 great-grandchildren, 
Mrs. Mary, at Plainfield, Mass , aged 37 

years. American of 
Daniel, at Barre, Mass., aged 37 years. 

American of 
Mary, at Douglass, Mass. American of 
Henry, aged 13 years, drowned at Stur- 

briHge, Mass , 
Theodocius, aged 16 years, drowned at Stur- 

bridge, Mass., 
Mr. , at North Brookfield, of the chol- 
era. American of 
HASELL William S., editor of the Wilmington 
Gazette, at Wilmington, N. C. American 
of 
HA.SSEL Phebe, at Brighton, Eng., has com- 
pleted her 106 years; has a bounty from 
the King. American of 
HASEY Thomas, of Boston, shot by a private 
named Travers, at the navy yard, Charles- 
town, 
HASKELL Charles, son of Edward, in this 
town, aged. 2 years, 
James, son of Edward, aged 2 years. 
Major Jonathan, at Belpre, O., formerly of 
Rochester, Mass., an old Revolutionary of- 
ficer. American of 
Miss Sarah, at Bristol, aged 80 years, 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Moses, in loth 

year, 
Lucy, wife of Jesse, at Taunton, aged 30 

years, 
Benjamin Stewart, eldest son of Col. Caleb, 
formerly of Cumberland, at Wrentham, 
aged 20 years, 
Maria Hudson, at Cumberland, aged 15 mos.. 
Col. Elnathan, on his plantations in St. 
Matthew's Parish, S. C, in 70th year, na- 
tive of Rochester, Mass.; he served through 
the Revolution, 
Benjamin, aged 64 years, 
HA SKINS Thomas, at Philadelphia, aged 56 
years. American of 
Stephen, at Taunton, aged 71 years, 
Jonathan, at Dartmouth, aged about 70 years. 
His death was caused by a scratch of a 
cat a few days previously. American of 



June IS, 1811 

Sept. 29, 1820 

Sept. 13, 1822 

March 14, 1823 
Feb. 25, 1825 

Sept. 14, 1828 

Sept. 14, 1828 

July 27, 1832 

Oct. 24, 1815 

June I, 1821 

Nov. 27, 1 814 

Oct. 24, 1810 
Aug. 19, 1813 

Jan. 17, 1817 
Oct. 9, i8r8 

Feb. 17, 1820 

March 31. 1820 



Sept. r3, 1822 
Aug. 7, 1825 



Dec. 17, 1825 
Feb. 12, 1829 

July 12, 1 8 16 
Nov. 4, 1826 



Sept. 17, 1830 



246 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HASKINS Charles, son of William, at New Bed- 
ford, aged 17 years, from explosion of a gun, 
HASLETT Gov. Joseph, governor of Delaware, 

near Milford, Del , 
HASSARD Robert, a native of Connecticut, 

aged 37 years, at Jamaica. American of 
HASSEL William, seaman, native of Philadel- 
phia, killed by the French, 
HASSENCLEBER Casper, merchant, from 
premature discharge of his fowling piece, 
near Baltimore. American of 
HASTINGS Eliza, daughter of the late Eleazer, 
in 1 8th year, 

Rt. Hon. Warren, aged 86 years, formerly 
Governor General of Bengal, and member 
of Privy Council. His celebrated trial is 
history. He was in receipt of a pension 
from the East India Company. American 
of 

Gen. Sir Charles, in England. American of 

Jonathan, Esq., at Boston, aged 80 years. 
American of 

. son of Edmund T., aged about i6 

years, killed by a barrel of flour falling on 
him. American of 
HASWELL Anthony, one of the oldest printers 
in Vermont, at" Bennington, Vt. American 
of 

Sarah Felor-s, eldest daughter of Philip, of 
Providence, at Columbus, O., in 42d year, 

Jane, wife of Philip, aged 33 years, daughter 
of late Capt. John McGowen, of Columbia, 
O., at Providence, 

Mercy, wife of Philip, in 75th year, 
HATCH Lucy Ann, at North Kingstown, in 
28th year, 

Dea. Obadiah, at Kennebunk, Me., aged 89 
years. American of 

James, native of Taunton, Mass., on coast of 
Africa, aged 45 years ; was on board brig 
Curlew, of Boston. American of 

Elizabeth L., wife of Capt. William, eldest 
daughter of Hon, John Howland,.at Bris- 
tol, aged 22 years, 

Ann, daughter of Capt. Samuel, formerly of 
Nantucket, of East Greenwich, in igth 
year, 

John, at Pembroke, Mass., aged 73 years, 

Lois, wife of Isaac, at Attleboro, aged 78 
years, 



Dec. 2, 1 83 1 

June 20, T823 

March 28, 1815 

Feb. 2, 1808 

March 23, 18 10 
Nov. 22, 1815 



Oct. 27, 1818 

Nov. 28, 1823 

March 22, 1831 



July I, 1 831 

June 18, 1 8 16 
Sept. — , 1823 

April 17, 1826 
Sept. 9, 1830 

June 13, 1816 

Dec. 4, 1819 

Oct. 15, 1822 

Jan. 4, 1823 



July 18, 1828 
Sept. 17, 1828 

Jan. 23, 1831 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 247 

HATCHMAN John, at Boston, aged 85 years, 
soldier of the Revolution; was under Gen. 
Lincoln at Charleston, S. C, 1780, at the 
capture of the place by the British. Amer- 
ican of March 25, 1831 
HATHAWAY Samuel. Esq., at Freetown, aged 

54 years. American of Nov. 9, 1810 

, a little girl living in the family of Will- 
iam C. Brown, son of Peleg, Esq., at South 
Kingstown ; he whipped and roasted this 
poor child until she died ; a more heart- 
less crime was never committed, Dec. 27, 1813 

Abner Alden, of Taunton, Mass., at Barn- 
well district, S. C, in 2Sth year, a recent 
graduate of Brown University, Sept. 20, J 818 

John, at Sutton, Mass.; he slept in a newly 
plastered room with a kettle of charcoal. 
American of Feb. 27, 1818 

William, son of the late John, of Newport, at 

Baltimore, aged 26 years. American of Nov. 26, 1819 

Joseph, aged 26 years, late of Boston, at 

Dighton, Dec. 26, 1819 

, son of Mr. , killed in Walcott and 

Potter's cotton factory, Cumberland. 

American of May 2, 1820 

Simmons, of Troy, Mass., formerly of Provi- 
dence, found dead in the city ; was intox- 
icated at the time of death. American of Aug. 18, 1820 

Humphrey, at New Bedford, aged 56 years. May 21, 1821 

Silas, formerly of Freetown, at Providence, 
aged 6^ years, pensioner of the Revolution, May 7, 1822 

Frederick, in 27th year, June 26, 1822 

Desire, widow of Zephaniah, at Newport, in 
9Sth year, Sept. 28, 1822 

Albert Burrows, member of Sophomore 

Class, Brown University, in 17th year, Oct. 15, 1822 

Elkanah, of Berkeley, at Bristol, aged 46 

years. Oct. 15, 1822 

Harriet, widow of Joseph, and daughter of Gus- 

tavus Taylor, of Providence, aged 27 years, Oct. 22, 1822 

Mary Alvira, only daughter of late Frederick, 
of Providence, at Attleboro, aged 16 
months, 16 days, Nov. 28, 1822 

Mrs. Temperance, naiive of Newport, at 

Taunton, aged 79 years. May 15, 1823 

Enock, at Marine Hospital, in 24th year ; 
was of Berkeley, Mass., after an illness of 
several days, which he had contracted at 
Savannah, Aug. 10, 1823 

Hope, daughter of late Stephen, at Taunton, 

in 38th year, Nov. 18, 1823 



248 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



HATHAWAY Isaac, in 21st year, 

Diadenia, widow of Joseph, at Freetown, 

aged 85 years, 
George, at'Middletown, in 59th year, 
Lydia, widow of Stephen, Jr., at New Bed- 
ford. American of 
John, Esq., at Dighton, aged 73 years, 
Samuel, at Worcester, aged 48 years, 
Lemira R., only daughter of Benjamin, aged 

5 years, 9 months, 

HATHCOKE Thomas, at Richmond Co., N. C, 

aged 125 years, 
HATHARN Major Gen. John, in New York 
State, aged 76 years, soldier of the Revo- 
' lution. American of 
William, in Putnam Co., Ga., aged 100 years 
lacking 2 days ; was a native of Ireland, 
buried 3 children there, emigrated with 
wife and one child, landed at Wilmington, 
N. C, and settled in Dublin Co.; served 3 
tours in the Revolution, as did two of his 
sons, 
HATTEN Phebe, wife of Wilson, in 27th year, 
HAUGHTON Ann P,, wife of N , at Bos- 
ton, aged 34 years, 
Thomas H., Esq., drowned near Norfolk, 
Va., with three of his slaves. American of 
HAUPT Elizabeth, wife of Henry, and daughter 
of the late Capt. H. Warner, of this town, 
at Savannah, Ga., in 25th year, 
HAVEN Lucinda, wife of Lovett, at Attleboro, 
in 27th year, 
Charles, at Glocester, aged 25 years, 
HAVENS Elizabeth C, eldest daughter of Hon. 
Samuel, at Dedham, aged 26 years, 
Melinda, wife of James, in 26th year, 
HAWES Cornelia Gano, daughter of William, 
at Wrentham, aged 67 years, 
Edward, merchant, native of Rhode Island, 

at Augusta, Ga. American of 
Samuel Hopkins, son of Gen. Joseph, at 

North Providence, aged 3 years, 
John, Esq., collector of the port of New 
Bedford, at Fairhaven, in 57th year. Amer- 
ican of 
Jason Lee, at New Bedford, son of Levi, aged 

6 years, 4 months. He was at play at the 
doors of his father's house. His elder 
brother was chopping wood ; while the axe 
was m the air he ran under it and re- 



March II, 1825 

July 9, 1827 
Aug. 4, 1827 

March 19, 1830 

April 7, 1830 

March 16, 1831 

Dec. 20, 1832 

April 12, 1818 

March 11, 1825 



April 28, 1 83 1 
Jan. s, 1829 

March 9, 1831 

Dec. 9, 1 83 1 

Oct. 26, 18 12 

Dec. 7, 1 8 16 
Sept. 16, 1825 

Feb. 10, 1826 
Feb. I, 1829 

July 5, 1816 

Nov. 9, 1 82 1 

April I, 1824 

Jan. 4, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



249 



HAWES : 

ceived the blow in the small of his back, 
lived about an hour, 

Charles Augustus, only son of Nathan, aged 
4 years, 

Matthias, at Newport. American of 

Edward W., at Boston, aged 47 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Edward W., at Boston, aged 47 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Moses, soldier of the Revolution, at Franklin, 
Mass. American of 

William T., at New Orleans, aged 34 years, 
formerly of Wrentham, Mass., 
HAWKES James, in this town, aged 45 years, 

Susanna, wife of Alpheus, aged 25 years, 

Alpheus, in 34th year, 

, child of Levi, at Windham, Me., aged 7 

years, so badly burnt by its clothes taking 
fire that it lived but 24 hours. American of 

John, aged i year, 11 days, June 11; Eliza- 
beth, in 6th year, Aug. £, and Joanna, in 
4th year, Aug. i, at Johnston, children of 
Stephen. American of 
HAWKINS Desire, daughter of Joseph, at North 
Providence, in 33d year, 

Esek H., at North Providence, in 31st year, 

Harriet, daughter of Joseph, at North Provi- 
dence, in 26th year, 

Henry, at Smithfield, in 30th year, 

Benjamin, Indian agent, at the Creek Agency, 
Georgia, 

John, in this town, in 89th year. American 
of 

John, at Winchester, Ky., supposed to have 
been murdered. American of 

Col. Nathaniel, at Charlestown, Mass , aged 
69 years, formerly of South Kmgstown. 
American of 

Rufus, in 51st year, at Providence, 

John, at Smithfield, in 74th year. 

Miss Mary Crawford, in 41st year, 

Abigail, widow of Joseph, daughter of Esek 
Hopkins, Esq., at North Providence, aged 
73 years, 

Francis E., laborer, aged about 22 years, 
found in the harbor where the body had 
been about two weeks. American of 

Capt. William Tew, at Glocester, formerly 
of Providence, in 98th year, 



March 22, 1825 

June 29, 1826 
April 22, 1828 

Feb. 19, 1830 

Feb. 23, 1830 

March 19, 1830 

July 20, 1830 
Dec. 23, 1815 
July 17, 1819 
Feb. 20, 1827 

Dec. 17, 1830 



Aug. 7, 1832 

Aug. 25, 1809 
Oct. 30, 181 1 

Aug. 29, 1 812 
May 5, 1813 

June 6, 1816 

June 3, 1817 

July II, 1817 



Oct. 21, 1817 

Jan. 28, 1818 

July 18, 1818 

Nov. 27, 1819 



April 25, 1 82 1 

June 12, 1821 
Aug. 14, 1 82 1 



250 



VITAL! RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HAWKINS Sarah, widow of Capt. James, at 
Pawtuxet, jn 68th year, 

Dorcas, wife of Christopher, Esq., daughter 
of Thomas Whipple, Esq., dec, of North 
Providence, at Newport, N. Y., in 66th 
year. American of 

Barnett, at Cranston, aged 75 years, soldier 
of the Revolution, 

Abigail, wife of Stephen, at Newport, aged 
yj years, 

Sarah, wife of John, Esq., at Smithfiield, in 
41st year. American of 

Pardon,' at Providence, aged 47 years, 

Stephen, infant son of Stephen, 

Hannah, daughter of late Pardon, aged 2 
years, 5 months, 

Martha, at Glocester, in 90th year, widow of 
Elijah, 

Samuel, at Springfield, aged TJ years. Amer- 
ican of 

Stephen, at Newport, in 87th year. Amer- 
ican of 

Hannah, wife of Sheldon, in S3d year, 

George, son of Job A., aged 13 years; fell 
while sliding down hill near Rime Rock 
Bank. American of 

HAWLY Capt. S , of Bridgeport, Ct., 

drowned ; was awkwardly putting on a 
greatcoat, when he lost his balance and fell 
overboard. American of 
HAY George, U. S. District Judge for Virginia, 
at Richmond, V;i.; was son-in-law to ex- 
President Monroe, 
HAYDEN in Germany, the musical composer. 
Among the effects recently sold was a 
parrot that he had taught to sing several 
Dutch tunes. American of 
HAYDN Joseph, in England, aged 72 years ; 
was once a celebrated comedian, but of late 
years was reduced. American of 
HAYDEN Elizabeth, wife of Hon. Moses, and 
daughter of Hon. John C. Williams, of 
Pittsfield, Mass., at York, N. Y., aged 38 
years. American of 
HAYKS Rachal, widow of Moses M., Esq., at 
Boston, aged 71 years. Her burial was at 
Newport. American of 
: Sophia (formerly Mrs. Claude of Providence 
and Boston theatres), wife of Walter Hayes, 
of the Charleston theatre, at Norfolk, Va. 
American of 



Nov. 15, 1 82 1 

March 12, 1822 

Feb, 10, 1823 

Dec. 20, 1823 

March 18, 1825 

March 26, 1826 

Sept. 9, 1826 

Oct. 31, 1827 

March 5, 1829 

Aug. 10, 1830 

Dec. 28, 1830 
July 18, 1 83 1 

Dec. 23, 1 83 1 

Nov. 14, 1823 
Sept. 18, 1830 

July 3, 1810 
May 27, 1823 

Feb. 4, 1825 
Oct. 5, 1810 

Jan. 12, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



251 



HAYES Jacob, at Boston.'aged 6t years. Ameri- 
can of 
HAYFORD Polly, wife of Gardiner, in 21st 

year, 
Charles F., son of Daniel, of this town, at sea, 

in 20th year. American of 
Elizabeth Anthony, daughter of Daniel, Jr., 

in 3d year, 
HAYLEY William, aged 75 years, in England, a 

poet and biographer. American of 
HAYMAN John, mariner, late mate of sloop 

Semiramis, f rom Savannah, in this town, in 

27th year. American of 
HAYNE Quinn D , late lieutenant, U. S. Army, 

at Montpelier, Ala. American of 
HAYNES Mrs. Sarah, formerly of Boston, in 

this town, aged 65 years, 
Mrs. Nancy, daughter of John Ide, formerly 

of Attleboro, at Rowe, Mass., aged 27 

years. American of 
Robert, a foreigner, at Taunton, aged 27 

years, 
Mrs. Barbara, in 84th year, 
HAYWARD Phinehas, of Livonia, Penn., fell 

from his wagon and was killed, 
Mary, wife of Philip, Esq., daughter of Capt. 

Samuel Stone, of Providence, at Ashford, 

Ct., aged 40 years, 
Dea. Caleb, at Pomfret, Ct, suddenly, in 91st 

year, 
Jonathan, at West Hridgewater, aged 89 years, 
Sarah, at Milbury, Mass., aged 89 years, 
Patty, widow, at Pomfret, Ct., aged 83 years. 

American of 
Daniel, at Easton, suddenly, aged 26 years, 
Catharine, widow of Joseph, at Newport, 

aged 67 years. American of 
Beza, Esq., at Plymouth, aged 78 years. 

American of 
HAZARD Patience, widow of Oliver, Esq., of 

South Kingstown, in this town, in Both 

year, ^ 

Mumford, formerly of Newport, at bouth 

Kingstown, 
Mrs. Jane, widow of Hon. George, of New- 
port, at Portsmouth, in 67th year, 
Thomas, at Jamestown, in 65th year. Amer- 
ican of 
Mary, daughter of John, in West Greenwich, 
aged 21 years, 



April 23, 1830 
Jan. 19, 1817 

April II, 1817 
July 14, 1826 
Feb. 16, 182 r 

Oct. 25, i8ri 
Nov. 10, 1820 
Feb. 28, 181 3 

June 12, 1821 

Tuly 12,' 1827 
Sept. 8, 1 83 1 

June I, 1820 

July 16, 182 [ 

Jan. 22, 1823 

April 30, 1824 

Jan. 12, 1825 

March 22, 1825 
July 23, 1827 

Dec. 29, 1829 

June II, 1830 

July 9, 1809 

June 24, 1811 

Dec. 22, 18 II 

March 7, 1815 

May 31, 181S 



252 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HAZARD Bedford, at Middletown, (colored), 

aged 22 years. American of Oct. 6, 1815 

Sarah, wife of Nathaniel, at Newport, daugh- 
ter of Hon. Samuel Fales, of Taunton, 

Mass., at Newport, R. I., in 32d year. 

American of Jan. 5, 1816 

Ebenezer, Esq., formerly postmaster general, 

at Philadelphia, in 72d year, June 13, 1817 

Sarah, wife of Carder, formerly of Newport, 

at Norwich, Ct., in 34th year. American 

of Dec. 26, 1 817 

Sarah, widow of Stephen, of South Kings- 
town, and daughter of Hon. Jonathan 

Nichols, of Newport, aged 80 years, at 

Newport. American of Feb. 27, 18 18 

James, of Newport, ist mate of brig Nereus, 

in the Mississippi River, June 10, 1819 

Elizabeth, widow of Gideon, of South Kings- 
town, at Newport. American of Nov. 26, 1819 
Elizabeth, widow of Gideon, of South Kings- 
town, at Newport. American of Nov. 30, 1819 
Hannah C, wife of Sylvester R.,at Newport, 

aged 25 years. American of Jan. 18, 1820 

Abigail, widow of Ebenezer, Esq., formerly 

Postmaster General of U. S., at New Haven, 

Ct. American of July 18, 1820 

Hon. Nathaniel, at Washington, D. C, aged 

46 years. Representative in Congress 

from R. I., Dec. 17, 1820 

Thomas G., Esq., formerly of Newport, at 

South Kingstown, in 84th year, Dec. 28, 1820 

Sarah, wife of Edward, at South Kingstown, 

aged 72 years, June 6, 1821 

Elizabeth, widow of Mumford, at Newport, 

in 62d year, Dec. 12, 1822 

Carder, Esq , at Norwich, Ct., aged 44 years. 

American of March 25, 1823 

Richard, Jr., at Newport, aged 27 years, July 26, 1823 

Capt. Joshua, at Westerly, aged 50 years, Nov. 14, 1823 
Hannah Mary Seager, infant daughter of 

Joseph W., at Newport, May 20, 1824 

Ruth, wife of Godfrey, at Newport, aged 68 

years, April 2, 1825 

Sarah Robinson, daughter of Joseph W., aged 

18 months. American of Aug. 19, 1825 

Ephraim, at North Kingstown, aged 93 years, 

of Society of Friends. Am.ofOct. 11 — 14, Aug. 29, 1825 
Job G., in 29th year, July 16, 1828 

Dr. George, at South Kingstown, aged 65 

years, Oct. 31, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



253 



HAZARD Mrs. Lucretia, at Newport, aged 82 
years, 
Susan, wife of Freeborn, in 65th year, 
Godfrey, at Portsmouth, aged 84 years, 
Caroline, daughter of Job G., aged 4 years, 
6 months, 
HAZELTINE J , of Salem, Mass., at Haver- 
hill ; a tornado blew down a house and 
killed him. American of 
H AZELTON Alpheas, native of Haverhill, Mass., 
recently of Providence, in 33d year ; near 
Burlington, Vt., suicide. American of 
HAZEN Dr. Benjamin, in this town, aged about 

69 years, 
H AZERENTINE John, in England. Whitesmith, 
aged 56 years ; a skilled mechanic by 
whose brain many made fortunes but who 
died poor and buried at the expense of the 
parish. He proved Dr. Franklin's maxim, 
"The man of many trades will beg his 
bread on Sunday." American of 
HAZLE William S., (colored), in soth year, 
HAZKLHURST Robert, at Burlington, N. J., 
in 71st year. Was a resident of Charles- 
ton, S. C, for 40 years, 
HEAD Mary, widow of Lovett, formerly of Little 
Compton, aged 65 years, at Newport, 
Ruth, wife of Willard, at Little Compton, 

aged 37 years. American of 
Job, seaman, of Little Compton, at sea, 
George, of Tiverton, at New Bedford, aged 
25 years. American of 
HEADLEY William, formerly of Roxbury, 
Mass , at Waldoboro, Me., aged 82 years ; 
a Revolutionary pensioner and present at 
the Boston Tea Party. American of 
HEAGY Henry, killed by James Hunter, at 
Gettysburg, Penn. He struck him with a 
scythe nearly cutting his head off. Amer- 
ican of 
HEALEY Margaret, widow of Samuel, of Attle- 
boro, at Thomastown, Me, in 84th year. 
American of 
Eliza, eldest daughter of John, Jr., aged 9 

years, 3 months, 
Mrs. Martha, in 76th year, 
Sally, wife of Major Jedediah, at Worcester, 

aged 65 years. 
Major Jedediah, at Worcester, aged 63 years, 
Samuel in sgth year; has been nearly 20 
years confined to his bed. 



Feb. 26, 1829 
March 10, 1829 
March 22, 1830 

Aug. 10, 1830 



Aug. S, 1814 

July 2, 1830 
June 5. 1814 



Oct. I, 1816 
Nov. 8, 183 1 



Aug. 24, 1825 

Jan. I, 1824 

July 20, 1824 
July 14, 1825 

March 26, 1 830 



Feb. 23, 1830 



July 18, 1817 



Feb. 25, 1814 

Nov. 30, 1819 
Dec. 13, 1819 

Feb. 3, 1 82 1 
Feb. 7, 1 821 

March 17, 1821 



254 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HEATH Samuel W.,lateof Marblehead, at Paw- 
V tucket, aged 37 years, 

Hon. William, at Roxbury, Mass., aged TJ 
^ years, 

Sarah, widow of Hon. William, at Roxbury, 
Mass., aged 79 years. American of 

Hon. John, Judge Court of Common Pleas, in 
England. American of 

Mrs. , wife of Nathaniel, at Barrington. 

American of 

Nathaniel, Jr., son of Nathaniel, at.Barring- 
'•- ton. American of 

Gen. Richard K , hero of North Point, at 
Baltimore. American of 

Mary, widow of Joseph, formerly of Roxbury, 
Mass , at Pi-ovidence, in 83d year, 

John, infant son of William, at Newport, 

Capt. Winchester, at Bristol, aged 42 years, 

Mrs. Marcia, in 78th year, 

Henry F., aged 17 years, formerly oi Bristol, 
at Boston. American of 

Nathaniel, at Barrington, aged 88 years, 
HEATHCOTE Sir William, in England, aged 

73 years. American of 
HEATON Margaret, of Wrentham, aged 43 
years, 

Lois, wife of David, in 48th year, 

Mrs, Margaret, widow of Nathaniel, late of 
Wrentham, at Providence; more than 60 
years member of Baptist Church, at Provi- 
dence, at residence of her son David, in 
90th year, 

David, in 61st year, 
HECKEW ELDER Rev. John, aged 79 years, 
at Bethlehem, Penn. He had spent a great 
portion of his time among the Indians and 
had published valuable works respecting 
them. American of 
HECTOR Benjamin (colored), native of Provi- 
dence, lost from brig Bocco Tigras, of Bos- 
ton, at sea, 

James, of Lansingburgh, at Troy, N. Y., 

from eating water hemlock supposing it 

spikenard. American of 

HEDLEY Abigail, wife of Peleg, daughter of 

John Corey, at Portsmouth, aged 34 years, 

Priscilla, wife of Henry, daughter of John 
Corey, at Portsmouth, aged 33 years, 
HEFFFIRLIN Mary Ann Justin, infant daugh- 
ter of Richard, at Providence, aged 7 
months, 14 days. 



Oct. 21, 18 1 2 

Jan. 24, 1814 

Oct. 21, 1814 

March 12, 18 16 

April 30, 1816 

April 30, 18(6 

Dec. 21, 1821 

Sept. 21, 1822 

April 10, 1823 

July 10, 1825 

Oct. 2, [828 

Feb. 3, 1829 
May 20, 1829 

Aug. 31, 1819 

Aug. 13, i8t2 
Dec. 3, 1 82 1 



Aug. I. 1825 
Sept. I, 1831 



Feb. II, 1823 

March 2, 1820 

March 29, 1825 
Oct. 6, 1822 
Oct. 8, 1822 

June 26, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 256 

HEFFERLIN Freelove, wife of Richard, daugh- 
ter of Capt. John Justin, of Providence, at 
Charleston, S. C, in 26th year, April 7, 1823 

HEFFORD Mrs. Hannah, at Newport, in 87th 

year. American of Feb. I2, 1822 

HEILEMAN Harriet B., wife of Major Julius F., 
and daughter of late Robert N. Auchmuty, 
Esq., of Newport, at Boston, aged 34 years. 
American of Sept. 23, 1825 

HELEN John P., aged 63 years, Jan. 14, 1833 

John, a foreigner, aged 35 years, at sea, on 
board brig Busy, on passage from Havana 
to Providence. American of Dec. 13, 1831 

HELMA William H., Esq., at Miller's Place, L. 

I., in 35th year. American of Sept. 25, 1829 

HELME William, at Newport, in 44th year, Aug. 25, 1809 

Alice, wife of James, Jr., Esq., at South 

Kingstown, Aug. 15, 181 1 

Capt. Simeon, of Newport, aged 26 years. 

American of Aug. 22, 181 5 

George William, son of John, of Pawtucket, 

aged6months, u days, Sept. i, 1816 

James, Jr., Esq , at South Kingstown, in 39th 
year ; for nearly 20 years a justice of the 
peace and clerk of court, Feb. 28, 18 19 

William, son of the late Major William, of 

Newport, at Pawtucket, in 23d year, March 13, 1819 

Mercy, formerly of South Kingstown, at Bur- 
rillville, in 92d year. American of Nov. 5, 1819 

John Fenelon, youngest son of Col. Bernon, 

aged 10 months, Aug. 28, 1820 

Miss Abigail, at Newport, in 83d year, July 28, 1821 

Edward, son of Edward, aged 15 months. 

.American of April 23, 1822 

Nathaniel S., son of James, at South Kings- 
town, aged 25 years, graduate of 15rown 
University, Oct. 31, 1822 

Charles, son of late Major William, of New- 
port, at sea, on board the Brothers, of Nan- 
tucket, on passage from the South Seas, in 
2Sth year. American of July i, 1823 

Mrs. Cornelia, wife of Edward, in 30th year, Aug. 16, 1823 

Sarah, widow of Capt. Nathaniel R., at New- 
port, aged 55 years, Dec. 18, 1823 

James, Esq., at South Kingstown, aged 74 

years, Dec. 23, i8jj 

James Powell, son of Col. Bernon, in 8th 

year, March 23, 1825 

Bernon, Esq., clerk court of common pleas. 

Providence county, in 40th year, Dec. 16, 1826 



256 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



HELME Sarah, widow of James, at Kingston. 
American of 

Mrs. Deborah, at Salem, aged 38 years. 
American of 

Dr. R. H., late a representative from John- 
ston Co., at Smithfield, N. C, 

Edward, aged 38 years, 

Penelope Emily Wright, infant daughter of 
Nathaniel G., 
HELMER Philip, at Herkimer, N. Y., aged 91 
years, a soldier in the French and Revolu- 
tionary wars. American of 
HEMANS Benjamin, Sen., late chief clerk in 
Navy Department, and recently appointed 
naval storekeeper at Portsmouth, at George- 
town, D. C, formerly of Boston, aged 59 
years. American of 
HEMENWAY Eliza, daughter of Capt. Daniel, 
aged 8 years, 

Nathan, in this town, in 6th year, son of Dan- 
iel, 

Vashni, Esq., aged 59 years, at Shrewsbury, 
Mass. American of 

Eliza, wife of Dr. Robert E., second daugh- 
ter of Major Samuel Jackson, of Provi- 
dence, at Jordan, N. Y., in 21st year. 
American of 

Daniel, for years a keeper of a public house 
in Providence, at Blackstone. American of 

Francis, at Northbridge, aged 20 years. 
American of 

Peter, at Boston, aged 75 years. American of 

HEMPSTEAD Edward, formerly delegate in 

Congress from Missouri territory, at St. 

Louis. American of 

HENDLEY Ann Lewis, wife of John D., in 41st 

year, 

William, formerly of Roxbury, at Woldoboro, 
Me., aged 82 years, a Revolutionary pen- 
sioner and one of the Boston Tea Party. 
American of 
HENDRICK Alpha, wife of Cornelius, at Cum- 
berland, aged 3S years, 

Greene, at North Kingstown, aged 28 years, 

HENDRICKSON J , seaman, perished in 

the wreck of the schooner Quaker, 
HENLEY Col. David, at Washington City, aged 
75 years ; was an officer in the Revolution 
and since has filled several important 
offices. American of 



Feb. 26, 1828 

Oct. 30, 1829 

Feb. 23, 1830 
July 10, 1830 

Sept. 30, 1 83 1 
June 18, 1830 



Dec. 19, 1823 

Dec. 10, 1814 

Jan. 5, 1816 

Feb. 2, 1 82 1 

Sept. 26, 1826 

Aug. 14, 1827 

Feb. I, 1828 
Feb. 23, 1830 

Sept. 19, 1817 
Sept. 10, 1822 

March 16, 1830 

July I, 1822 
April II, 1829 

March 6, (820 
Jan. 14, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



257 



HENLEY Lieut. , of U. S. ship Constitu- 
tion, at Matanzas,^ 
Joseph, in North Carolina, fell before the 

wheel of a passing wagon. American of 
Capt. Robert, U. S. Navy, at Sullivan's 

Island, Charleston, S. C, commandant of 

the station, 
HENNESSEY William, native of Ireland, at 

Newport, aged 30 years, suddenly, 
HENNIFEN Capt. John, of brig Eliza, of New 

York, at Savannah, Ga. He had ;^6,ooo 

life insurance. American of 
HENRY , a native of O whyhee, aged about 24 

years, in this town, 
Isaac N., Esq., one of the editors of St. 

Louis Enquirer, at St. Louis, Mo., aged 24 

years. American of 
Hugh, native of Ireland, fell from a scaffold, 
Lydia, wife of Stephen, Esq., in 46th year, 
Horace, son of Caleb, at Cranston, aged 20 

years, 
John, Esq., in London, Eng., Admiral of the 

Red, called the father of the British Navy ; 

was past captain 1777 ; rear admiral 1797 ; 

vice admiral 1799; admiral 1804; ^g^d 98 

years. American of 
Deborah, widow of William, of Dighton, 

Mass., in 86th year, 
Samuel, of Scituate, R. I., at sea, on board 

brig Laurel, on passage from Providence to 

Savannah. American of 
HENSHAW Sarah Hayward, daughter of Joshua, 

merchant, aged 10 years, at Montreal, L. C, 
Samuel, at Newport, in 37th year, 
Charles, at New Bedford. American of 
John, at Newport, aged 70 years. Ameri- 
can of 
Josiah, at Brookfield, very suddenly, aged JJ 

years. American of 
Ashbel, son of John L., at London, U. C, 
John L., at London, U. C., formerly of Prov- 
idence, 
HEPBURN , attorney at law, killed in a 

duel with another attorney named 

Howard, at Augusta, Ga., 
HERB William Pearce, infant son of John F,, at 

Cranston, aged 11 months, 
Sarah Waterman, wife of John F., and daugh- 
ter of Holliman Potter, Esq., of Cranston, 

at Providence, in 42d year. 



July 14, 1825 
Sept. 9, 1828 

Oct. 6, 1828 
Oct. 22, 1828 

Nov. 23, 1819 
April 12, 1813 



Feb. 16, 1821 
July 29, 1822 
Feb. 14, 1825 

March 25, 1825 



Oct. 9, 1829 
May 2, 1830 

Nov. I, 1 83 1 

Dec. 22, 1817 
Nov. 28, 1 82 1 
Sept. 17, 1822 

March 15, 1825 

Oct. 2, 1829 
July 20, 1832 

July 25, 1832 

May 30, 1822 
Aug. 26, 1825 

Dec. 28, 1828 



258 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HERBERT Nablet, Esq., Attorney at Law, of 
Alexandria, at Mt. Vernon. The June 
before he had lost Jane aged 6, and Robert 
aged 4 years ; his two children. American 
of Sept. 2, 1825 

HERLITZ Capt. Joseph, formerly of New York, 
at Providence, in 3Sth year. (Masonic 
honors), Dec. 20, 18 17 

HERMINE Arch Duchess, wife of the Arch 
Duke Palatine, of Hungary, died in child 
bed. American of Nov. 14, 1817 

HERMOINE the Princess ; is sister-in-law to the 
Empress of Austria, in child bed, in Ger- 
many. American of Jan. 27, 1818 

HERON Mrs. , in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., Theatre, Dec. 26, 1811 

HERRESHOFF Charles F., Esq., of Bristol, 
R. I , aged 50 years, native of Prussia and 
educated at a German University, at Her- 
kimer Co., N. Y., Dec. 19, 1819 

HERRICK Isaac, at Griswold, Ct., in 99th year. 
Mr. H. leaves two brothers living within 
three miles of his house, aged 93 and 84 
years, and a neighbor aged 102 years. 
American of Jan. 27, 1818 

Ephraim, at Griswold, Ct., aged 103 years. 

American of Nov. i, 1825 

Rufus, formerly of Canterbury, Ct., at Provi- 
dence, aged 37 years, suddenly, April 5, 1826 
Milton, son of Silas, at Chesterfield, N. H., 
aged 15 years. In tapping a maple tree his 
knife slipped and cut open the femoral 
artery of bis left leg ; he bled to death. 
American of April 9, 1 830 
Joshua, at Wenham, aged 79 years. Revolu- 
tionary pensioner. American of April 9, 1 830 

HERRING Isaac, at Culpepper C. H., Va., aged 

1(7 years. American of Feb. 7, 1832 

HERRINGTON Mrs. Ruth, consort of William, 

aged 42 years, April 21, 18 16 

HERSHELD Sir William, the Astronomer, in 

England, aged 86 years. American of Oct. 11, 1822 

HERSEY Isaiah, at Dennysville, aged 87 years ; 
was born at Hingham, Mass., 1744, and 
served in the Revolution, Feb. 16, 1831 

HERVEY Julia, in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., Theatre, Dec. 26, 1811 
Thomas, at Newburyport, very suddenly, 

aged 75 years, Nov. 28, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



259 



HETHERINGTON Capt. Abel B., a well known 
nautical commander, leaves \Yife and two 
children, 

HEWETT Nathaniel, seaman, of New Hamp- 
shire, at sea, on board ship Dromo, on her 
voyage to Canton. American of 
Mrs. Rebecca, second daughter of the late 
Henry Paget, Esq., of this town, at Troy, 
N. Y., ^ 

Caleb, sheriff of Davidson Co., Tenn., 
wounded by an adze in the hands of James 
Maxwell, upon whom he was serving a 
writ, at Nashville, Tenn. American of 
Sarah, aged 17 years, at London, Eng'., sui- 
cide. American of 

HEWITT Daniel T., at Cincinnati, O., a grad- 
uate of Brown University. American of 
Daniel T.. printer, at Cincinnati, aged 26 
years, for two years resident of New Ha- 
ven. This name is given as a graduate of 
Brown University in issue of 14th. This 
is wrong, the one of this name is believed 
to be still living. American of 

HEWINS William, in this town, aged 16 years, 

HEWLETT Josiah, at Groton, Ct., aged 95 
years ; was father of 27 children by one 
wife. American of 

HEYDEN Lawrence, at Augusta, Ga., 

HEY WOOD Hon. Benjamin, at Worcester, 
Mass. American of 
Solomon, of Bridgewater, Mass., at the Asy- 
lum. American of 

HICKES Rev. Jacob, at Rehoboth, in 70th year, 
Mary, widow of Isaac, at Smithfield, in 96th 
year. American of 

HICKS Mrs. Eliza, widow of Henry, at Warren, 
in 38th year. American of 

HICKES David, formerly of Swanzey, Mass., in 
this town, in 72d year, 

HICKS Jane, widow of David, at Providence, 
aged about 60 years, 
Elisha, in 48th year, 
Elizabeth, widow of Capt. John, aged 68 

years, at Newport. American of 
Asa, at North Providence, aged 49 years, 
from an excessive chill, having been ex- 
posed all night, 
Lydia, wife of Capt. Benoni, and daughter of 
Capt. Rufus Godfrey, at Taunton, aged 29 
years. American of 



Feb. 9, 1820 
July 13, 1810 
Oct. 19, 1815 

Oct. 18, i8i6 

Jan. 3, 1832 

Sept. 14, 1824 



Sept. 24, 1824 
Aug. 21, 1811 



Feb. 16, 1821 
Oct. 10, 1826 

Dec. 13, 1816 

June 2, 1829 
March 29, 1809 

March 10, 1815 

Nov. 7, 1815 

July 12, r8i6 

Dec. 5, 1817 
June 8, 1819 

Oct. 10, 1820 

Feb. 19, 1823 

April 18, 1823 



260 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HICKS Nancy Jane, daughter of Jeremiah, at 

Taunton, aged 12 years, July 11, 1823 

Hon. John D., late member of House of As- 
sembly, of New York, at Rockaway, L. I. 
American of Sept. 23, 1823 

Charles, at Flushing, L. I., aged 78 years, of 

Society of Friends. American of June 18, 1824 

Horatio Rogers, son of Capt. Ratcliffe, aged 

I year, July 6, 1824 

Isaac, formerly of Glocester, at Providence, 
at an advanced age, May 17, 1825 

Samuel, at Portsmouth, aged 88 years. 

American of Sept. 6, 1825 

Samuel, at Portsmouth, aged 86 years. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 13, 1825 
HIX Mrs. Bertha, widow of Rev. Samuel, at 

Warren, aged 65 years. American of May 2, 1826 

HICKS Lysander, son of Capt Benoni, at Taun- 
ton, aged 6 years, Sept. 13, 1826 

Dea. Gideon, formerly of Taunton, at Calais, 
Vt., aged 75 years, Sept. 17, 1826 

William C, at Warren, in 2gth year, Aug. 8, 1827 

Jemima, wife of Elias, at Jericho, L. 1., in 

•^ 79th year ; she was born in the same house 
where she died ; on the day of her funeral 
her husband was 81 years old; were 
Friends and had been married 58 years, March 17, 1829 

Elisha C, formerly of Providence, at New 

Orleans, in 33d year. American of Feb. 26, 1830 

Elizabeth, bitten by a snake, lived for a few 
days in much agony. American of June 25, 1830 

Oliver H., Esq., president of the Farmers' 

Fire Insurance Co., at New York, Sept. 17, 1832 

HICKLE John C, seaman, of schooner William, 

of this port, at Hamilton, Ker., Aug. 10, 1816 

HIDDEN Harriet, wife of Enock, formerly of 
this town, in 27th year, daughter of Ezra 
Hubbard, at New York, Nov. 15, 1815 

William Collis, son of William K., at West 
Greenwich, aged 2 years, 4 months, 22 
days, Nov. 28, 1825 

Caroline Lopez, infant daughter of William, 

aged 19 months, July 12, 1829 

HIERLIHY Thomas, at Coventry, in soth year, Feb. 15 1823 
HIESTER Mrs. PZlizabeth, wife of Gen. Joseph, 
late governor of Pennsylvania, at Philadel- 
phia, aged 75 years. American of June 28, 1825 

Joseph, soldier of the Revolution, and ex- 
governor of Pennsylvania, at Reading, 
Penn., in 82d year, June 10, 1832 



June 15, 
Aug. 3, 


1809 
1810 


Aug. 13, 


1812 


Aug. 25, 


1812 


Aug. 9. 
April II, 


1813 
1816 


July 18, 
Aug. 2, 


1816 
I8i6 


Nov. 14, 


1816 


Aug. 13, 


1817 


Sept. 23, 


1817 


Nov. 2, 
Dec. 30, 
May 30, 


1819 
1819 
1820 


Aug. 13. 


1820 


Sept. 18, 


1820 


Feb. 24, 
April 8, 


1 82 1 
1821 


Aug 9, 
May 12, 
Oct. 16, 


1821 
1822 
1822 



810 
824 

820 

831 
830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 261 

HIGGINBOTHAM Dolozier, a midshipman on 

board U. S. ship Independence, in Boston 

harbor, aged 24 years; was of Baltimore. 

American of Oct. 21, 1817 

HIGGINS Joseph, at North Providence, aged 

47 years, caught in the cogwheel of his 

grist mill, Nov. 10, 

John R., at Newport, aged 26 years, Dec. 24, 

HIGGIiSISON John, Esq, of Boston, lately from 

Valparaiso, at Norfolk, Va., aged 40 years. 

American of Feb. 22, 

HILBORN Capt. , killed at sea, by his 

crew. American of Aug. 19, 

HILDRETH Benjamin W., aged i9years, son of 

Dr. Benjamin H., drowned in Boston har- 
bor by upsetting of a boat, July 22, 
HILL Benjamin M, formerly of Newport, at 

sea, in 37th year, 
Miss Ruth. American of 
Mary, wife of Henry, in this town, in 29th 

year, 
Benjamin, son of Henry, aged 2 years, 3 

months, 
Miss Lydia Munroe, in this town, in 25th 

year, 

Mrs. . wife of Jesse, at Glocester, 

Capt. Thomas, in 46th year, suddenly, at 

Foster, 
Job W., at Warwick, in 25th year, 
Rev. John, pastor Congregational church, at 

Seekonk, suddenly, in 59th year, 
Jane, daughter of Capt. Richard, at Lyme, 

Ct., aged 16 years, drowned, 
Daniel, son of Samuel, of Smithfield, R. I., 

in 28th year, at Spartenberg District, S. C, 
John, Jr., son of John, of Providence, at Mill- 

edgeville, Ga., in 23d year, 
Elizabeth, wife of Samuel, in 80th year, 
Joseph, in Sist year, 
Henry, formerly of Brighton, Mass., in 38th 

year, 
Jeremiah, formerly of Newport, at the hospi- 
tal here, in 29th year, 
Capt. Aaron, of Providence, at New York, 

aged 35 years, 
Randall, at Foster, in 26th year, 
Sarah, widow of Jeremiah, of Newport, aged 

65 years, 
Lydia, widow, aged 83 years, 
Samuel, in 84th year, 



262 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HILL Cromwell, at Pawtucket, aged 49 years, 

William E , at Charleston, S. C., in 25th year, 

Leonard, Jr., in 31st year, 

James, at Smithfield, aged 25 years, killed by 
a falling tree, 

Mrs. Sarah, at Cumberland, aged 88 years, 

Freelove, wife of James, formerly of Reho- 
both, at Johnston, 

Charlotte, widow of Henry, aged 37 years, 

Benjamin, at Cranston, in 80th year. Amer- 
ican of 

Zerviah, daughter of Nathaniel, aged 22 
years, at Foster. American of 

Frederick, Esq., attorney at law, at New 
York, formerly of Vermont, aged 72 years. 
American of 

Susan, aged 18 years, at Cumberland, 

Ann A., daughter of Ezulah, at Boston, aged 
6 years, 6 months ; was standing by the 
stove when her clothes took fire, she lived 
about 10 hours, 

Mary, wife of Major Christopher, in 48th 
year. She was a member of Elder Eddy's 
church, Newport, 30 years. They have 
buried all their children, gin number, 

Capt. Jonathan, at Warren, in 67th year. 
Revolutionary pensioner, 

Miss Mary, at Providence, aged 27 years, 

Christopher, Esq., of Providence, on board 
sloop Rising Star, on passage from Balti- 
more where he had been for his health. 
American of 

Rufus, at Westphalia, Vt., in 57th year, 
leaves wife and 14 children. 

Napoleon, son of George, aged 6 months, 

Lydia, infant daughter of Henry C, 

Hhoda, wife of Samuel, at Scituate, in 82d 
year, 

, infant son of George, 

, son of Oliver, aged 1 1 years, at Cobble 

skill, Schoharie Co., N. Y., fell from the 
church steeple. American of 

Barbara, at Seekonk, in 75th year. She was 
an Indian doctress, and many years car- 
ried papers through Rehoboth ; in her will 
she left hei" property, some 1^4,000, to the 
Baptist Church at Seekonk. 

Eliza, eldest daughter of Capt. Fones G., at 
East Greenwich, in 22d year, 

Amos, of Attleboro, died in jail. American of 



Dec. 24, 1822 

Aug. IS, 1823 

Sept. 9, 1823 

Dec. 22, 1823 
Feb. 28, 1825 

March 3, 1825 
May 4, 1825 

Aug. \6, 1825 

Aug. 30, 1825 



Sept. 23, 1825 
Nov. 17, 1825 



Nov. 23, 1825 



Oct. 14, 1826 

Nov. I, 1826 
Dec. 20, 1826 



June 19, 1827 

Aug. 5, 1827 

Aug. 31, 1827 

Jan. 13, 1828 

May 16, 1828 
Aug. 15. 1828 



Aug. 21, 1829 



Oct. 3, 1829 

Nov. 30, 7829 
March 26, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



263 



HILL Thomas, merchant, aged 50 years, at sea 
on board packet ship Florida ; was a native 
of Roston, and a merchant at Gibraltar, 

Hon. Aaron, at Boston, former postmaster; 
had been a member of State Senate and of 
the Council. American of 

John, at Thompson, in Franklin Co., Penn., at 
the residence of his son, aged 123 or 127 
years, the former his calculation, the latter 
his neighbors', who had seen his discharge 
from the army ; was born in Hereford- 
shire, Eng., in Queen Anne's reign, served 
an apprenticeship in a dairy, enlisted for 7 
years under George I ; when that time 
expired he again enlisted and served 21 
years in England, Ireland, Spain and 
America on the Illinois river ; was wounded 
in the head at Gibraltar, and in the leg in 
Illinois, which wound continued a running 
sore till death ; married when 60, settled 
in Lancaster Co., Penn., leaves 2 children, 
IS grand and 2 great-grandchildren, 

Samuel, Jr., Esq., at Smithfield, in 65th year, 

Hannah, youngest daughter of Bernard, aged 
5 years, 5 months, 

George W., at Smithfield, in 31st year, 

Barnett, at Slatersville, aged 81 years, 
HILLER David, at Rochester, Mass., of Society 
of Friends. American of 

Thomas, at Marblehead, aged 64 years. 
.American of 
HILLHOUSE Hon. William, at Montville, Ct., 
aged 88 years, many years member of 
governors' council. American of 

Mrs. Sarah, at Washington, Ga , in 75th 

year, widow of David ; she conducted for 

several years the editorial and mechanical 

departments of the Washington Monitor, 

HILLIARD Capt. Jonathan, of Little Compton, 

in 48th year, 
HILLMAN Betsey, wife of Reuben, daughter of 
David Chace, of Barnstable, at New Bed- 
ford, 
HILLS Lydia, wife of James A., at Coventry, 
aged 26 years. American of 

Susan, daughter of James, at Coventry. 
American of 

John, son of James, of Johnston, at Warwick, 
in 30th year, 



Sept. s, 1830 
Nov. 30, 1830 



March 23, 1831 
June 28, 1831 

Jan. 30, 1832 

Feb. 24, 1832 

Dec. 5, 1832 

July 26, 1825 

June 25, 1830 

Feb. 2, 1 816 



March 24, 1831 
March 7, 1810 

July II, 1826 
Feb. 13, 1816 
Feb. 13, 181 6 

April 8, 1824 



264 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HIMES George, at Wickford, aged 58 years, 

Abby, daughter of John, aged 5 years, 8 
months, 
HINCKLEY Capt. Richard B., of Boston, at 
Havana, suddenly, 
Zezia V., wife of Cornelius T., and daughter 
of Capt. David Joy, of Nantucket, at 
Providence, removed to Nantucket for 
burial, 
Abigail, widow, at Falmouth, aged 90 years. 

American of 
Charles Joseph, son of T. C, aged 8 months, 
Andrew Jackson, son of C. T., 
Joseph, at Albany, aged 63 years. American 
of 
HINE William, aged 23 years, killed at a train- 
ing, by the accidental discharge of a fire 
piece, 
HINES Lydia, wife of William, and daughter of 
Jesse Potter, of Glocester, at Hardwick, N. 
Y., in 24th year. American of 
Dauphin S., at Coventry, aged 27 years. 

American of 
Phebe, wife of Joseph, Esq., at Coventry, in 

49th year. American of 
Elizabeth Greene, daughter of Joseph, at 

Coventry, in 21st year, 
Mary, daughter of Joseph, Esq., at Coventry, 

in 23d year, 
Nancy, daughter of Joseph, Esq., at War- 
wick, in 1 8th year, 
George B., one of the editors of the Georgia 
Journal, at Milledgeville, Ga. American of 
William Henry, infant son of Col. William, 

at Norwich, Ct., 
Rachal, infant daughter of William, at Nor- 
wich Falls, Ct. American of 
Phebe, wife of John H., and daughter of late 

Silas Baker, at Warwick, in 40th year, 
Stephen, of Coventry, and grandson of late 
Cyrus French, of Kingston, where he died 
suddenly, 
HINMAN Hon. Curtis, at Southbury, Ct., aged 
about 35 years. American of 
WiUiam, of Bangor, Me., at Providence, aged 
17 years, 
HINTON Rev. George Lloyd. American of 
HITCHCOCK Luke, formerly of Pawtucket, at 
Presque Isle, Penn., m 30th year. Ameri- 
can of . 



Aug. 29, 18(9 
Oct. 27, 1822 
Sept. 6, 1816 

Sept. 29, 1825 

Nov. 29, 1825 

Aug. 9, 1828 

July 30, 1829 

Oct. 5, 1830 

Sept. 30, 1828 

Aug. IS, 1815 

March 10, 18 18 

July 21, 1818 

Aug. 29, 1 8 18 

April 30, 18 1 9 

March 30, 1820 

Nov. 5, 1822 

July 23, 1824 

June 21, 1825 

Nov. 6, 1825 

March 2, 1826 

Jan. 5, 1821 

Aug. 28, 1 83 1 
Oct. 2, 1832 

March 8, 18 14 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



265 



HITCHCOCK Capt. Heli, formerly of Massa- 
chusetts, at Westminster, Vt., in 63d year. 
American of 
Mrs. Charlotte, in 42d year, 
HISCOX Edwin, aged 19 months ; Sarah Ann, 
in 4th year ; children of Pardon, at IS ew- 
port. American of 
HIXON Ezra and his wife, at Dana, Mass., about 
HOAR Capt. William, at Warren, in 46th year, 
Martha, wife of George, at Warren, in 21st 

year, 
Martha, daughter of George, at Warren, aged 

6 months, 
Phebe, widow of William, at Warren, in 78th 

year, 
William, iniant son of John, aged 5 months, 
Benjamin, at Bristol, aged 81 years, 
Hannah, wife of Allen, at Warren, aged 62 
years, 
HOARD Hatty Whipple, adopted daughter of 

late Gen. John Whipple, aged 27 years, 
HOBART John Henry, Protestant Bishop of 
New York, at Auburn, N. Y., in 55th year. 
American of 
Rt. Rev. Henry I., Bishop of New York. 

American of 
Daniel, at Boston, aged 47 years. American 

of 
Hawkes, at Hingham, aged 78 years. Ameri- 
can of 
HOBB Isaac, murdered by his son-in-law, Selah 

Hickox, near Middlebury, Vt., 
HOBBINS Thomas, grocer, drowned in New 

York harbor, 
HOBSON John alias Furlong, a private, exe- 
cuted at Savannah, Ga., 
HODGDON Col. Samuel, an officer of the Rev- 
olution, at Philadelphia. American of 
HODGE Charles, at Hadley, Mass., aged 21 
years, expired while in the act of throwing 
a snowball. American of 
James, of U. S. Frigate Guerriere, at Nor- 
folk, Va., a midshipman. American of 
Minerva, aged 18 years, drowned in Connec- 
ticut river, near Chatham. American of 
HODGES Mrs. Jerusa, at Taunton, in 76th year, 
widow of Capt. Abijah, 
Abijah, in S4th year, 
Harriet Eliza, infant daughter of Charles, 
Ezeikiel Burr, infant son of Charles, 



June 9, 1818 
July 3, 1830 



Oct. 12, 1 82 1 
Jan. 21, 1810 
Sept. 6, 18 10 

March 12, 1821 

Sept. IS, 1 82 1 

Dec. II, 1821 

July 27, 1824 

March 28, 1829 

March 16, 1831 

May 3, 1827 

Sept. 17, 1830 

Oct. 5, 1830 

April 29, 1831 

April 29, 1 83 1 

June 5, 181S 

Dec. 20, 1808 

April 28, 1820 

June 18, 1824 

April 18; 18 1 5 

March 26, 1824 

Aug. 30, 183! 

Feb. 23, 1810 

June 12, 1812 

Dec. 18, 1815 

March 18, 1807 



266 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HODGES William Gray, son of James, Esq., 
dec, in 19th year, at Taunton, 

Henry Albert, son of Charles, at Providence, 
aged 6 months, 

T. C., merchant, at Georgetown, D. C. 
American of 

Job, formeny of Mansfield, Mass., at Rut- 
land, Vt., aged 78 years, 

Thomas, at Taunton, aged 82 years, 

James L., son of James L., Esq., at Taunton, 
aged 10 months, 

George W., of Stoughton, master of brig 
Ironsides, a brother of the American Con- 
sol, at Cape de Verde, on coast of Africa. 
American of 

Joseph, formerly of Hallowell, Me., at Provi- 
dence, aged 38 years, 

Josiah, at Norton, aged 84 years, 

Thomas Jackson, son of (Charles, aged 15 
months, 

Mrs. Anna, wife of Henry, at Taunton, aged 
"jG years, 

Henry, at Taunton, aged 81 years. American 
of 

Galen, aged 53 years, 

Clarrissa, wife of David C, at Taunton, aged 
29 years, 

Clarrissa, wife of David C, at Taunton, 

George, at Norton, 

Hannah, daughter of George, at Norton, 
aged 13 years, 

Harford B., youngest son of Isaac B., Esq., 
of Norton and late a resident of Provi- 
dence, at Charleston, S. C, in 29th year. 
American of 

Anna Maria, daughter of Joseph, in 6th year. 

Job, at Walpole, suddenly, aged 25 years. 
American of 

Edwin Rea, infant son of Charles, 

Isaac, Jr., in 50th year, 
HODGKINS Col. Joseph, at Ipswich, Mass.; 
aged 86 years, soldier of the Revolution, 
was a lieutenant in Capt. Wade's company 
of Minute Men and fought at Bunker Hill ; 
was at battle and retreat from Long Isl- 
and, at Harlem Heights, White Plains and 
Princeton; was in several engagements 
when Bourgoyne was captured. American 
of 

Timothy, at Glocester, aged 73 years. Revo- 
lutionary pensioner. American of 



Aug. 10, 181 8 

Jan. 30, 1 819 

Oct. 26, 182 1 

Aug. 6. 1822 
Sept. 4, 1822 

Nov. 2, (822 



July 30, 1824 

Aug. 31, 1824 
Sept. 14, 1825 

May 19, 1826 

March 15, 1828 

March 28, 1828 
April 6, 1828 

May II, 1828 
June 15, 1828 
Dec. 21, 1828 

Fib. 20, 1829 



March 31, 1829 
May 31, 1829 

Nov. 17, 1829 
Sept. 30, 1830 
Sept. 26, 1832 



Oct. 2, 1829 
Oct. 22, T830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



267 



at Granville, Mass., aged 103 



HOFFMAN - 

years. American of 
Maria F., wife of John Ogden Hoffman, Esq., 

at New York, in 43d year. American of 
Capt. Jeremiah C.only surviving son of Capt. 
Stephen, of Wickford, drowned in the 
wreck of sloop Revenge of Wickford, off 
^ Little Egg harbor, aged 28 years, 
George, at Chester Co., Penn., aged 95 years; 
was engaged as a teamster under Gen. 
Braddock, in 1775. American of 
HOGAN Gen. Edward, killed in a duel with 
Judge Andrew Scott, at Little Rock, Ark., 
HAGUET Capt., of New York, lost in the 
wreck of the ship Helen, at sea. American 
of 
HOHENLOHE the Prince, who died last Janu- 
ary, aged 81 years, at Lucerne; was not 
the one who was reported to work miracles 
but uncle to that one who is Diocesan 
Vicar, at Baneberg, in Bavaria, and is not 
31 years old. American of 
HOLBERG Count Frederick Leopold, in Ger- 
many. American of 
HOLBROOK Mrs. Priscilla, wife of Henry, Jr., 
at Wrentham, iVIass.,aged 29 years. Amer- 
ican of 
_ Abel, in 30th year, 
Sarah S., widow of Abel, in 37th year, 
Joel, formerly of Braintree, at Providence, in 

33d year, 
David, at Holden, aged 72 years, very sud- 
denly, a soldier at the commencement of 
the Revolution, 
Mrs. Margaret, at South Boston, aged 29 

years. American of 
Stephen, at Uxbridge, in 67th year. Ameri- 
can of 
J , printer, aged about 25 years, of chol- 
era, at New York, 
HOLCOMBE Rev. Henry, pastor of First Bap- 
tist church, at Philadelphia, in 62d year, 
HOLCROFT Thomas, Esq., in 6ist year, an 
English author, at London, England, leaves 
wife and 6 children and two daughters by 
former marriage, 
HOLDEN Capt. Ruel, of Warren, at New Lon- 
don, 
Sarah, wife of Capt. Thomas, at Warwick, in 
36th year. 



July 26, 1822 
July 18, 1823 

Dec. 19, 1824 

Jan. 22, 1830 
May 31, 1828 

Feb. 4, 1820 



March 30, 1824 
Feb. 22, 1820 



Nov. 26, 1813 
May 30, 1819 
Jan. II, 1824 

Oct. 14, 1825 



July 20, 1828 
Aug. 6, 1830 
Aug. 27, 1830 
July 31, 1832 
May 21, 1824 

March 23, 1809 

Oct. I, 1809 

Jan. 25, 1811 



268 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



H OLDEN Charles, in 66th year, 

Moses, at Boston, aged 37 years ; had buried 
5 children the week before. Ataerican of 

Sarah, daughter of the late Charles, in this 
town, aged 23" years, 

Nancy, wife of Havilah, at Cranston, in 23d 
year, 

Charles, at Coventry, in 8ist year, 

Capt. Samuel, at Mendon, aged 81 years, sol- 
dier of the Revolution. American of 

James Snow, infant son of Ulysses, aged 3 
months, 3 days, 

Julia Ann, wife of Ulysses, aged 25 years 

Miss Deliverance, at Warwick, in 86th year. 

Gen. Thomas, at Warwick, in 82d year, 

Sarah, wife of Anthony, Esq., at Warwick, in 
70th year, 

Alfred C, son of Stephen, at Natick, in 4th 
year, 

Ulysses, aged 35 years; was in his store 
when he suddenly dropped lifeless. Amer- 
ican of 

John, aged 73 years, of Society of Friends, 

John, an officer of the Revolution, 

Sarah, widow of Charles, in 77th year, 

Henry, formerly of Warren, at Providence, 
aged 43 years, 

Henrietta M., eldest daughter of Capt. 
Thomas R., aged 24 years, 

Eliza C. at Boston, widow, aged 36 years. 
American of 

Somerset, of Delaware, murdered by two 
villains, at New York. American of 

Pardon, at Foster, in 53d year, 
HOLDREDGE John, at Bristol Asylum, aged 
75 years. American of 

, wife of Capt. John, master of ship 

William Tell, at sea, on board said ship a 
few days after leaving New Orleans, 
HOLDRIDGE Phebe, wife of Dea. William, at 
Pawtuxet, in 76th year, 

William, at Pawtuxet, in 86th year, 
HOLKAR John, Esq., formerly French consul 
in United States. While residing in 
France, in the Revolution, he furnished 
large quantities of clothing to the soldiers. 
He rnarried in Boston and for many years 
has lived in retirement in Virginia. Amer- 
ican of 



March 21, 1812 

March i, 1814 

Jan. 26, 1815 

May 30, 1816 
Nov. 17, 1817 

Feb. 27, 1 81 8 

Dec. 18, 1820 

April 12, 1822 

Feb. 3, 1823 

Feb. 12, 1823 

Jan. 25, 1824 

April 18, 1825 

Oct. 25, 1825 

Feb. 19, 1826 

May I, 1827 

Jan. ig, 1828 

Nov. 7, 1828 

May 20, 1829 

April 29, 1831 

Aug. 9, 1831 
Dec. 19, 1831 

Jan. 28, 1823 

June — , 1829 

Aug. 2, 1825 
Dec. 7, 1828 



May 10, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



269 



HOLLAND Edwin C, at Charleston, S. C. 
American of 
Mrs. ■Rebecca, native of and at Philadelphia, 
aged io8 years, i month, 4 days [a "woman 
is now living at the almshouse here aged 
III years], 
Thomas, murdered by his brother James, at 
Onslow Co., N. C. American of 
HOLLEY Dr. H , late president of Transyl- 
vania University, at sea, on board snip 
Louisiana, 
Capt. Richard, of Edgartown, master of ship 
M creator, of New Bedford, in 31st year; 
having got entangled in a tow line, was 
carried overboard by a whale and drowned, 
HOLLIDAY D. C, Esq., in Mississippi Ter. 
American of 

HOLLINS A , in England, executed for 

murder. American of 
HOLLINGS Rev. William, of St. Owens Street, 
Hereford, in 7Sth year ; was a noted miser 
and noted also for his singularities ; died 
March 25, 1820. See his obituary in Amer- 
ican of 
HOLLIS Reuben, killed near CentreviUe, by 
being thrown out of his carriage, was from 
Plainfield, Ct., 
HOLLOWAY Benjamin, son of Capt. Daniel, at 
Newport, in 37th year, 
Eldredge, of North Kingstown, a resident for 
some years at Matanzas, murdered on board 
b'-jg Crawford, by pirates, on passage home. 
American of 
HOLM .AN Joseph George, at Rockaway, L. L, 
in 53d yea'-, an actor. 
Lois A., wife of Rev David, at Douglass, 
Mass., suddenly, aged 46 years, 
HOLMES Mary, widow of Joseph, at Attleboro, 
in 5 2d year, suddenly, 
William, executed for piracy, at Boston, 
James, of East Greenwich, son of Samuel, at 

Savannah. Ga., 
Mary, wife of Henry, and daughter of James 
Burrell, of Roxbury, at Providence, aged 
42 years, 
Isaac T., aged 28 years, 
Lucy, widow of Ebenezer, at Pomfret, aged 

39 years. American of 
John, Esq., planter, of John's Island, at 
Charleston, S. C. American of 



Sept. 28, 1824 

Feb. 15, 1825 
May 2, 1828 

July 31, 1827 

March 6, 1829 

May 7, 1819 

July 14, 1815 

June 13, 1820 

March 10, 1832 
Aug. 25, 1809 

July 27, 1827 

Aug. 24, 1817 

Sept. 9, 1 83 1 

Dec. 2r, 1815 
June 15, 1820 

June 23, 182Q 

Oct. 4, 1820 
Nov. 6, 1820 

June 18, 1822 

July 22, 1823 



270 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOLMES Miss Hannah H., aged 28 years, 

Robert N., aged 27 years, son of Capt. John, ■ 
Gersham, at Taunton, aged 17 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Hon. Hugh, in Virginia, one of court judges 

at Winchester, Va., 
Robert, aged 40 years, at Londonderry, N. H., 
Henry, aged about 23 years. American of 
John J. Levitt, son of Oliver, aged 13 months, 
Eliphalet, at Attleboro, in 78th year, 
Adeline Frances, daughter of Joseph F., aged 

3 years, 9 months, 
Sarah Newell, infant daughter of Joseph F., 
Caroline Jane, daughter of Joseph F., aged 2 

years, 6 months. 
Henry, in 50th year, 

Mary Ann, wife of Augustus, and daughter 
of Ephraim Stanford, at Attleboro, in 28th 
year, suddenly, 
Capt. Samuel, formerly cf Barnstable, at New 
York, aged 57 years, 

, wife of Ezra, killed by her husband, 

while deranged, at Worcester, Mass. 
American of 
Miss Lydia, at Halifax, N. S., aged 100 years, 

2 months. American of 
Henry, at Taunton, aged 40 years, Amer- 
ican of 
Esther P., at Plymouth, aged 22 years. .Amer- 
ican of 
Chester, at New Orleans, of the fever, 
Deborah Ann, wife of Oliver, in 35th year, 
Susan Magdalene, daughter of Otis, 
Almoran, killed by a fall of a diving bell, at 
Long Wharf, Boston. American of 
HOLROYD George, eldest son of William, Esq., 
in this town, in 30th year (military honors), 
Patience, wife of William, in SJth year, 
Samuel T , son of William, of Providence, at 
sea, on passage from Wilmington to this 
port, aged about 26 years. American of 
Julia M., wife of William, Jr., at Seekonk, in 

43d year. American of 
Mary Ann, aged 4 years, daughter of late 

Samuel T., of Providence, at Uxbridge, 
William, Sen., in 81st year, 
Abby S., eldest daughter of William, in i8th 
year, 
HOLT Mrs. Sarah, widow of Nathaniel, at New- 
port, in 72d year. American of 



Oct. 24, 1S23 
Aug. 3, 1824 

Nov. 9, 1824 

Jan. 27, 1S25 
July 17, 1825 

Oct. 7, 1825 
April 8, 1826 

May 2, 1826 

June 26, 1827 
Feb. 8, 1828 

April II, 1828 
Nov. 30, 1828 



Feb. II, 1829 
March 11, 1829 

Oct. 2, 1829 

Nov. 6, 1829 

Dec. 22, 1829 

June II, 1830 
Sept. I, 1830 
Nov. 28, 1831 
June 23, 1832 

Sept. 28, 1832 

Jan. 30, 1815 
Nov. 26, 1 8 16 

Nov. 4, 1817 

May 2, 1820 

Oct. 18, 1822 
June 21, 1826 

Jan. 8, 1828 

Nov. 16, 1 813 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



271 



HOLT , son of John, aged 8 years, killed by- 
explosion of gunpowder, at Boston, 

James, son of "Sen jam in, of Newport, at 
Havana, in 26th year. American of 

Christopher, of Newport, at Wilmington, N. 
C, in 24th year, 

Susan, wife of Nathaniel, at Newport, in 23d 
year. American of 

Eliza, at Newport, in 24th year, 

Oliver, at Pomfret, aged 49 years. American 
of 

Frances, wife of Nathaniel, at Newport, in 
39th year. American of 

Sarah, wife of William, at Newport, aged 44 
years, 

Sarah, wife of William, at Newport, aged 44 
years. American of 

William, at Newport, aged 52 years. Ameri- 
can of 

Capt. Joseph, of Hampton, Ct., at Providence, 
in 66th year, 

William, son of late Nehemiah, at Chaplin, 
Ct., aged 20 years. American of 
HOLTON Hon. Samuel, at Danvers, aged j"] 
years. Was President of Congress at the 
time of the Revolution. American of 

David, at Baltimore, killed by a fall from a 
house, 
HOLTZMAN Elie, at Georgetown, D. C, jumped 
from a window while asleep and so injured 
himself as to cause death, 
HOLYOKE Margaret, eldest daughter of Ed- 
ward A., M. D., at Salem, aged 62 years. 
American of 

Dr. Edward Augustus, at Salem, in loist 
year, 
HOMER Edward Hayman, of Boston, aged 24 
years, son of John, at Falmouth, Eng., 

Anna, wife of Rev. Jonathan, at Newton, 
Mass., aged 71 years, 
HONE, at New York' American of 
HOOD Admiral Alexander, (Lord Viscount 
Bridgeport), aged 87 years. American of 

Sir Samuel Vice Admiral at Madras, after 
three days illness, 

Samuel Lord Viscount, Admiral of the Red, 
and Governor of Greenwich hospital aged 
92 years. Was Post Captain in 1756. 
Americc.n of 

Jane Canady, daughter of Joseph, at Paw- 
tucket, in 6th year. American of 



June 23, 1818 

July 6, 1 819 

Sept. 9, 1819 

Sept. 17, 1819 
Aug. 30, 1821 

Nov. 27, 1 82 1 

Aug. 27, 1822 

Oct. 19, 1823 

Oct. 28, 1823 

March 8, 1825 

May 10, 1826 

Jan. 23, 1829 

June 16, 1816 
June 6, 1820 

July 9, 1828 

Feb. 4, 1825 

March 31, 1829 

Nov. 14, 1820 

Sept. 4, 1824 
April 17, 1832 

July I, 1814 

Dec. — , I 814 

March 15, 1816 
Oct. 30, 1 82 1 



272 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOOD Thankful, wife of Abiezer D., at Taun- 
ton, aged 24 years, 

Joseph, Jr., at Taunton, aged 33 years, 

William, Jr., in Anne Arundell Co., Md., 
aged 40 years, a suicide. He made himself 
a pile of wood brush and other combustible 
matter then placed himself in the midst 
and set it on fire. Though he was taken 
out befoie life was extinct he lived but a 
short time. American of 

Sarah, wife of Joseph, at Taunton, aged 66 
years, 

Mrs. Susannah, at Taunton, aged 37 years. 
American of 

Noble, of Warren, at Matanzas, aged 45 years, 

John, formerly of Taunton, at Coventry, aged 
58 years, 

HOOD.S , child of Thomas, at Brooklyn, 

N. Y., aged i year, fell into the fire while 
the mother was absent. American of 
HOOGS William, late of Newton, Mass., now of 
Quebec. His eight children, Mary, Har- 
riet, Eliza, Nancy, Caroline, John, Stoddard 
and Henry, being sent for by their father, 
and on their journey with George Cook 
and two boatmen were all drowned in 
Lake Champlain, 

HOOK Major .formerly Major in East India 

Company's service, in England, aged 75 
years. American of 
HOOKER Capt. Jonathan, at Portsmouth, N. H. 
His child aged 2 years drank boiling hot 
coffee from the spout of the kettle. Amer- 
ican of 

Miss Mary, aged 22 years, killed by lightning, 
at Berlin, Ct., 

Hon. John, Judge of Probate for Hamden 
and late Chief Justice of Circuit Court 
for Western District, at Springfield, 
HOOKEY Miss Frances, in 55th year. An»eri- 

can of 
HOOPER Thomas, silversmith, at Philadelphia. 
His two children a son aged 8 and daugh- 
ter aged 4 years poisoned by taking the 
wrong medicine. American of 

James W., Esq., of Ma.^sachusetfs, an officer 
in Marine Corps, in the West Indies. 
American of 

Hon. Stephen, aged 39 years, a Boston Al- 
derman, formerly State Senator from Essex 
Co. American of 



April 26, T 822 
June 21, 1823 



July 22, 1823 

Dec. 27, 1823 

June 24, 1825 
May 29, 1827 

Jan. 20, 1829 
May 3, 1 83 1 



Nov. 10, 1 8 10 
Jan. 16, 1827 

March 4, 181 3 
May 31, 1821 

March 7, 1829 
Feb. 4, 1820 

July 16, 181 1 

Feb. 13, 1816 

Sept. 21, 1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



273 



HOO PER Calvin, at Bridgewater, aged 24 years. 
American of -^ 

Jannes, at Bridgwater, aged 82 years, the last 
surviving soldier in the town of the old 
French War. American of 
HOOPER Eleazer, Esq, postmaster, aged 47 
years, formerly of Portsmouth, at East 
Cambridge. American of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, at Marblehead, aged 72 years. 
American of 

Mrs. Rebecca, at Marblehead, aged 33 years. 
American of 

David, at Bridgewater, aged 87 years. Amer-- 
ican of 

Luther, at Bridgewater, aged 85 years. 
American of 

HOOSER Mr. , in Stokes Co., N. C. He 

had lately been on the Grand Jury and 
had sworn to return bills against all those 
he knew who sold spirituous liquors ; his 
wife was one ; because he had not returned- 
her his conscience so upbraided him that 
he committed suicide. American of 

HOPKINS Lieut. , killed in a duel by Lieut. 

Hall, at Blandensburg, Md ; were of Col. 
Carberry's Regiment, 

Ruth, widow of Capt. George, at Smithfield, 
in 62d year, member Society of Friends, 

Rev. Favell, in England, aged 87 years. 
Though possessed of considerable wealth 
he dressed more like a beggar ; he ex- 
changed his hat with a scarecrow on an oc- 
casion when going to attend service. Amer- 
ican of 

Rufus, Esq., at Scituate, in 88th year. He 
was a Judge Represenative and Magistrate, 
burial at North End, Providence, 

John C, only son of Constant, at Boston, of 
hydrophobia, aged 4 years. American of 

Rev. Daniel, D. D., pastor of Third Church, 
at Salem, Mass., aged 80 years. American 
of 

William, in 36th year, 

Daniel, at North Providence, in 66th year. 

Miss Mary, at Middletown, aged 91 years. 
American of 

Gen. Stephen A., of Donaldsonville, La., at- 
torney at law. Was shot in the Court 
House by Pierre Valet, a Frenchman ; was 
buried with military honors. 



Sept. 20, 1825 

Dec. 23, 1828 

May 28, 1830 

July 7, 1830 

Dec. i, 1830 

March 25, 1831 

May 17, 1831 



Sept. 26, 1823 

March 13, 1812 
March 24, 18 12 



Aug. 25, 1 8 12 

Aug. 14, 1813 
Aug. 16, 1814 



Dec. 23, 1814 

April 23, 1815 

May 12, 1815 

Oct. 6, 181S 



Oct. 21, 1815 



274 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOPKINS Elisha, at Smithfield, aged about 35 
years. American of 

Mrs. Celia, wife of Capt. Nicholas, in 36th 
year, 

Dorcas, at Glocester, in 92d year ; remarka- 
ble for combing worsted, computed that 
she had combed 12,080 pounds, 

Rufus, second mate brig Soil and Hope, eld- 
est son of Stephen, of this town, drowned 
in the Rio Grande, in 29th year. 

Comfort, widow of Asa, at Providence, in 
67th year, 

Lucy Ann, -daughter of Capt, Thomas, at 
Providence, in 16th year, 

Thurston, formerly of Newport, at Beaufort, 
S. C, 

Gen. Samuel, in Kentucky ; he served in 
the Revolution and that of 1812 ; was at 
one time an M. C. American of 

Mary, widow of Jonathan, at South Knigs- 
town, aged 87 years, 

Rhoda, wife of Hanan, at Foster, in 74th 
year, 

Jesse, Jr., at Pawtucket, aged 21 years. 
American of 

Joseph Warren, only son of Joseph O., form- 
erly of Rhode Island, at Norwich, Ct., 
aged 9 months, 21 days, 

Sarah, only daughter of Sylvanus, at Scitu- 
ate, in 29th year, 

Ruth, at Smithfield, at an advanced age. 
American of 

Hannah, wife of Major David, daughter of 
late Stephen Arnold, of this State, at the 
U. S. Arsenal at Baltimore. American of 

Richard, merchant, aged 29 years, of firm 
Barker and Hopkins, at New York, 

William (colored), in 27th year, 

Anna, wife of Emor, at Foster, in 33d year, 

Sukey (colored), aged 67 years, 

Mrs. Robey, at Jamestown, in 38th year, 

Mary, wife of Oliver, at Jamestown. Ameri- 
can of 

Capt. Stephen, in 47th year, 

Rev. Mr. , in England ; he fell dead be- 
fore the altar at his marriage at the point 
where the ring was placed on the bride's 
finger, at Hereford, Eng. American of 

Capt. Nicholas, in Lower Sandusky, O., in 
4 1 St year, leaves widow and three children, 



Nov. 3, 1815 
Nov. 12, 181 5 

April 14, 181 6 

Nov. 9, 1 817 
Jan. 13, 1818 
Nov. 24, 1 81 8 
Oct. IS, 1819 

Nov. 5, 1819 

Nov. 15, 1819 

Jan. 23, 1820 

June 9, 1820 

Sept. 25, 1820 

June I, 1 82 1 

March 8, 1822 

June 18, 1822 

Aug. 17, 1822 

Oct. 27, 1822 

Dec. 8, 1822 

March 9, 1823 

June 28, 1823 

July 8, 1823 
July 8, 1823 

Sept. 23, 1823 
Oct. 22, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 275 

HOPKINS Christopher, son of late Daniel, at 

North Providence, ^ May i6, 1824 

Major Sylvanus, late of Scituate, at Norwich, 

Ct., in 80th year, Aug. 18, 1824 

Mary, widow of late Major Sylvanus, of Scit- 
uate, at Norwich, Ct., in 6ist year ; she 
was the youngest daughter of the late Capt. 
Peter Wanton, of Newport, Aug. 27, 1824 

Sarah, widow of Capt. John B., aged 82 years, Dec. 8, 1824 

John, son of John, Esq., member of senior 
class Brown University, at Windham, N. 
H., aged 25 years, Dec. 31, 1824 

Israel, in i8th year, Jan. 9, 1825 

Uriah, in 87th year, April 3, 1825 

Miss Hart, in 8 1st year, at North Provi- 
dence, July II, 1825 

Capt. Samuel S., of Providence, commander 
of ship ].ouisa, at Havana, aged 27 years, Oct. 14. 1825 

William Cheever, aged 25 years, late agent 

Newport Marig Co., at Newport, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1825 

Mary A., wife of Hon. Robert, at Foster, 
aged 61 years, Aug. 9, 1826, 

Jesse, at Pawtucket, aged 60 years, Sept. 11, 1826 

Samuel, drowned in the bay. American of '.May 25, 1827 

Mrs. Asee, at Warwick, aged 55 years, June 10, 1827 

Ann, widow of Zebedee, at Foster, aged 92 

years, 4 months, 12 days, June 12, 1828 

Eliza, wife of Col. Stephen G., at Warwick, 
in2istyear, July 17, 1828 

Varnum Lorenzo, son of Varnum, at Foster, Aug. 27, 1828 

Noyes, late of Foster, at Baltimore. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 9, 1829 

Susannah, widow of Daniel, at North Provi- 
dence, in 74th year, March 5, 1830 

Sabina, widow of Amos, youngest daughter 
of late Edward Evans, of Glocester, at 
Providence, in 64th year. May 27, 1830 

Stephen, in 69th year, June i, 1830 

, child of Mrs. , aged 4 years, on 

board of schooner Pocket, from Ellsworth, 
Me.; she had come to remove her hus- 
band's remains (who was drowned a short 
time since) to Ellsworth. American of May 10, 1831 

HOPKINSON Francis, youngest son of Hon. 
Francis, " one of the Signers,'' at George- 
town, D. C in 44th year. American of Oct. 14, 1823 
HOPPIN Col. Benjamin in this town, in 63d 

year, Nov. 30, 1809 

John B., eldest son of Davis W., of Provi- 
dence, in South America, in 26th year, p-eb. — , 18 19 



27Q 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOPPIN Abby, wife of Richard, at Providence, 
in 3,2d year, 

Thomas Lewis, son of Richard, suddenly, 
aged 4 years, 

David W., in 5 2d year, 

Hannah, widow of David W., 

Dr. George W„ aged 57 years, 

Swsan, youngest child of George W., aged 2 
years, 2 months, 

Almira, aged 24 years, 

Harriet Jones, daughter of Thomas C., aged 
2^ years, 

Hannah, wife of Nicholas, aged 79 years 

Nicholas, aged 78 years, Masonic honors, 
HORNE Amey, widow of John, and daughter 
of the late Gen. Thomas Allen, at Barring- 
ton. American of 
HORN Daniel, at Barrington, aged 46 years, 

John, at Wakefield, N. H., aged 92 years, 
first town officer, third settler and oldest 
man in the town. American of 
HORR Almond, youngest son of George, at Re- 

hoboth, in 21st year, 
HORSELEY Dr. Samuel, surgeon U. S. Navy, 

at Portsmouth, 
HORSEWELL John, formerly of Warren, at 
Havana, W, I. American of 

Edmond M., son of Ephraim, in this town, 
aged 1 1 months, 

Mrs. Martha, widow of late Peter, at New- 
port, in 87th year. American of 

Ephraim, in 64th year, soldier of the Revolu- 
tion 

Mercy, daughter of late Peter, at Newport, 
in S2d year. American of 

Frederick, son of Peter, at Warwick, aged i 
year, 10 days, 

Calvin Thomas, son of Samuel, aged 13 
months, 12 days, 

Amey, widow of Thomas, at Newport, aged 
76 years, 

Nathaniel, formerly of Providence," at Savan- 
nah, Ga., aged 42 years, 

Mary, wife of Ephraim, and daughter of late 
Capt. Isaiah Cahoone, in 45th year, leaves 
husband and 11 children, 

William Henry, son of William W., aged i 
year, 9 months, 

Mrs. Betsey, formerly of Newport, at Bristol, 
aged 66 years. 



March 15, 1819 

Nov. 19, 1820 

Oct; 12, 1822 

Sept. 18, 1823 

Feb. 3, 1826 

Sept. 9, 1826 
Oct. 14, 1827 

March 5, 1828 
Jan. 18, 1829 
Feb. 23, 1829 



July 16, 1816 
Aug. 21, 1823 



Jan. 12, 1830 

Nov. 12, 1824 

Sept. 8, 1 82 1 

Feb. 27, 1810 

April 2, 18 1 3 

Nov. 29, 18/4 

Feb. 8, 1820 

Nov. 25, 1 820 

April 17, 1 82 1 

Oct. 6, 1 82 1 

Jan. 24, 1823 

Feb. 2, 1824 

Dec. 20, 1 82 5 
Nov. 4, 1828 
Dec. 3, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



277 



HORSEWELL Mary, wife of James, and daugh- 
ter of the late Capt. Reuben Taber, aged 
32 years, at Newport. American of 
HORSFORD Maj. Gen. Sir John, at Cawnpore,, 
India, aged 65 years ; who had been in 
India 45 years without a furlough. Amer- 
ican of 
HORTON Rebecca, wife of Andrew, in 33d year, 

Amos, in this town, in 74th year, 

Joanna, widow of Comfort, of Rehoboth, 
in this town, in 63d year. 

Chloe, widow of Amos, at Pawtuxet, aged 75 
years, 

Mrs. , at Chatham Co., N. C. Had three 

boys at a birth, they were named, George 
Washington, Andrew Jackson and Napoleon 
Bonaparte. American of 

Nathaniel, Esq., at Foster, in 89th year. 
American of 

Daniel, at Rehoboth, aged 70 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Mehitable, wife of Bennett, at Rehoboth. 
American of 

Nathan, at Rehoboth, aged ?7 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Job, at Swanzey, in 75th year, 

Sylvester Wheaton, son of Andrew, aged i 
year, 

Mrs. , at Marion Dist., S C, her house 

burnt and two of her children perished, 

Stephen, Jr., of Milton, Mass., at Smithfield, 
from heat, aged 47 years. American of 

Stephen, son of Stepher, 

Isaac U., drowned in the bay. American of 

Robert Lewis, son of Daniel, at Pawtucket, 
HOSMER Hezekiah L , at Hudson. N. Y. Re- 
corder of that city and formerly a M. C , 
aged 49 years. American of 

Richard E., son of Chief Justice Hosmer, and 
late one of the principle clerks in U. S. 
Branch Bank, at Middletown, Ct. Ameri- 
can of 

Lucia, wife of Chief Justice Hosmer, at Mid- 
dletown, Ct., aged 60 years. American of 

Daniel, at West Boyleston, aged 57 years. 
American of 
HOTCHKTSS , wife of Joel, from blows in- 
flicted by her husband, at Guilford, Ct., 

Frederick William, at New York, aged 36 
years. American of 



May 27, 1 83 1 



Sept. 23, 1817 
June 16, 1809 
Dtc. 20, 181 1 

April 30, 1 813 

June 25, 1815 

Sept. 25, 1 81 8 

.May 25, 1819 

Feb. 25, 1820 

Feb. 25, 1820 

Feb. 25, 1820 
May 12, 1820 

April 16, 1822 

Dec. 8, 1824 

July 29, 1825 

Sept. 9, 1826 

May 25, 1827 

March 25, 1829 

June 21, I 814 



Feb. 3, 1824 

March 11, 1825 

July 27, 1830 

June 8, 1827 

Jan. 5, 1830 



278 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HOTON Susannah, wife of John, in this town, 

in 39thvyear, Nov. 12, 1810 

HOTTINGUER Madame, wife of the banker, at 

Paris, France. She was a native of New- 
port and a daughter of Abraham Redwood. 

American of Ap"! 23, 1830 

HOUGH Lucy, wife of Benjamin K., at Gloces- 

ter, Mass., aged 60 years. Mr. H. has 

within 3 months, lost his wife, daughter, 

and grand-daughter, all from Typhus fever. 

American of Jan- 7> '825 

John, infant son of John B., aged 9 months, Nov. 6, 1827 

Martha Jane, daughter of John B., aged 10 

months, 16 days, Nov. 27, 1828 

John Anthony, youngest son of John B., of 

Providence, at Pawtuxet, aged 4 months, 4 

days. Aug. 27, 1831 

John Anthony, youngest son of John B., of 

Providence, at Pawtuxet, aged 4 months, 4 

days, Aug. 28, 1 831 

HOUGHTON Lydia, wife of Israel, at Peters- 
ham. American of July 27, 1827 
John, aged 57 years, Feb. 6, 1828 
Zarah, at Petersham, Mass., aged 79 years. 

Soldier of the Revolution. American of Oct. 20, 1829 

HOUSE Sarah, wife of John, at Newport, aged 

55 years, Nov. 18, 1824 

HOUSTON Hon. James, U. S. District Judge 

for Maryland. American of June 29, 1819 

James, Esq., assistant cashier Bank of U. S., 

at Philadelphia. American of July 13, 1821 

HOVEY Rev. Jonathan, at Wolcott, N. Y., aged 

72 years. American of Sept. 13, 1825 

Dea. Thomas, of Newton, aged 63 years, at 

Brighton. The wheel of a wagon passed 

over his neck. American of Nov. 13, 1829 

Susan, wife of William G., at Boston, aged 

22 years. American of Jan. 29, 1830 

Ebenezer, at Cambridgeport, aged 52 years. 

American of May 10, 1831 

HOWARD Amey, in this town, in 22d year, Feb. 20, 1809 

Samuel T. , son of William, of Newport, in 

18th year, at sea, from on board sloop 

Juliet, of Newport, on passage from Havana, Sept. 11, 1809 
Betsey, wife of William A., in this town, in 

28thyear, April 28, 1814 

Thomas, lately from Boston, a native of Ire- 
land, in tnis town, aged about 36 years, June 20, 1814 
Brig. Gen. Benjamin, U. S. Army, late Gov- 
ernor of Missouri Territory, and M. C. 

from Kentucky, at St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 18, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



279 



HOWARD George Bolton, son of William, at 

Seekonk, aged 2 years, 10 months, Oct. 21, 1815 

Robert, at Charleston, S. C, aged 78 years, May 25, 1816 

Thomas, at Providence, in 7Sth year. Nov. 5, 1818 

Thomas, son of William, at Smithfield, in 

nth year, from a fall from a tree, Dec. 9, 1819 

Mr. , of Medway, Mass., Aug. 10, 1829 

Elizabeth Arnold, daughter of William A., 
aged 8 months, Aug. 26, 1 820 

Holder, aged about 50 years, Oct. i, 1820 

Abigail, daughter of Mrs. Abigail, at North 

Bridgewater, aged 11 years, Jan. 2, 1822 

Alpheus, at West Bridgewater, aged 47 years. 
American of March i, 1822 

Sylvia, wife of Cyrus, and daughter of Col. 
Caleb Howard, at North Bridgewater, 
Mass. American of March 1, 1822 

Waitey, wife of Samuel, at Cumberland, aged 
85 years, had lived with her husband 65 
years, Oct. 4, 1822 

Brigadier- General John E., Jr., of Baltimore, 
eldest son of a Revolutionary veteran of 
that name, at Mercersburg, Penn. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 25, 1822 

Peter, at Cranston, in 78th year. May 15, 1823 

Mary, wife of William, at Slatersville, aged 

52 years, native of England, Oct. 25, 1823 

Ann Rebecca, daughter of Samuel, at Sa- 
vannah, Ga. American of Oct. 28, 1823 

Samuel, native of Boston, at Savannah, Ga , 
a child of his died in New York about the 
same time. American of Oct. 28, 1823 

Daniel, at Westport, aged 60 years. Ameri- 
can of Nov. 25, 1823 

Elizabeth Arnold, infant daughter of William 
A., aged 17 months, Oct. 19, 1824 

Catharine, daughter of Benjamin, at New- 
port, aged II years. American of April 26, 1825 

ApoUas, at Taunton, aged r8 years. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 2, 1825 

Mary D F., wife of John R., and daughter 
of late William Forbes, Esq., of West 
Bridgewater, at Baltimore, in 27th year. 
American of Nov. 8, 1825 

James, infant son of Daniel, aged 2 years, May 21, 1826 

William Henry, only son of William A., aged 

2 years, Nov. 5, 1826 

William Miller, son of Seth, aged 7 months, Aug. 28, 1827 

Daniel, Esq., at Foster, aged 76 years ; many 
3'ears town clerk of Foster, and justice 
court of common pleas, Sept. 14, 1827 



280 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

HOWARD Col. John Eager, born and died in 

Baltimore Co., MA, born June 4, 1752, 

died — , 1827, see obituary in American of Oct. 30, 1827 

Joseph, infant son of William and Mary, at 

Slatersville. American of Sept. 9, 1828 
, aged 50 years, fell overboard from sloop 

Fox in the lower bay and drowned, Dec. 16, 1828 

King, at Ashford, Ct , aged 60 years, Jan. 13, 1829 

Mary Jane, only daughter of Seth, aged 4 

months, 7 days, Jan. 29, 1829 

Mrs. Sally, at Pawtucket, aged 57 years, May 22, 1829 

Elizabeth, daughter of William A., aged 10 

months, Sept. 6, 1829 

William, at Boston, aged 27 years. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 18, 1829 
Eliza, daughter of Benjamin, at Newport, 

aged 8 years. American of Dec. 29, 1829 

Abigail, widow of Peter, at Cranston, Jan. 23, 1831 

Jane S., wife of Major Seba, at Easton, aged 

23 years, F'eb. 17, 1831 

Benjamin, at Newport, aged 42 years. Amer- 
ican of May 27, 1 83 1 
Robert R., drowned in wreck of pleasure 

boat Bunker Hill in IJoston harbor, June 12, 1832 

HOWDEN Sarah, at Little Compton, the last 

representative of Queen Awashunk tribe 

of Indians. American of May 8, 1827 

HOWE Huldah, wife of Samson, at Killingly, in 

58th year, Aug. 8, 181 1 

Hon. John, at Dorchester, Mass., aged ']^ 

years. American of Oct. 27, 1818 

Joanna, wife of Estes, Esq., at Albany, N. 

Y., aged 34 years. American of Oct. i, 1819 

Elisha, aged about 35 years, fell through a 

scuttle and was instantly killed, Jan. 4, 1820 

HOW Jonas, at Rutland, Vt., aged 51 years, very 

suddenly, Nov. 16, 1822 

HOWE Noah, formerly of Boston, at Providence, 

aged 36 years, Feb. ir, 1823 

Sampson, Esq , of Killingly, at Pomfret, in 

74ih year. American of Sept. 2r, 1824 

John, Esq., of Boston, at Dorchester, aged 

59 years. American of June 7, 1825 

Dr. J , and his brother Jonas, drowned in 

a pond, at Rutland, Mass., by sinking of 

the boat, July 5, 1825 

Eliza, wife of Leonard, and daughter of Peter 

Foster, aged 19 years, at Smithfield, Feb. 12, 1826 

Hon. Samuel, one of the Justices Court of 

Common Pleas, of Massachusetts, of North- 
ampton, in 43d year, at Boston, Dec. 19, 1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 281 

HOWE , infant daughter of Levi, at Worces- 
ter. American of April 11,1828 

Martha Jane, daughter of John B , Nov. 27, 1828 

Calvin, aged 30 years, at Milton, late pre- 
ceptor of Milton Academy. American of July 10, 1829 

Sarah A., wife of W., at New Bedford, aged 

22 years. American of April 29, 183 1 

Mrs. Mary, in 78th year, July 6, 1831 

Ann, aged 14, drowned by the upsetting of a 
boat, at Lincolnville, Me., Oct. i, 1831 

HOWELL David, son of Hon. J. B., aged 4 

years, 5 months, in this town, Feb. 20, 1814 

Arthur, Friend Minister, at Philadelphia. 
American of Feb. 9, 1816 

Betsey, wife of Nathaniel [Horswell], in 26th 
year, Aug. 5, 1816 

Letitia, wife of David, at Princeton, N. J., May 10, 1817 

Hon. Jeremiah B., \n- 51st year, formerly 

State and United State senator, Feb. 5, 1822 

Hon. David, aged ^y years, July 29, 1824 

David, LL. D., judge U. S. District of Rhode 

Island. See obituary. American of Aug. 3, 1824 

ROWLAND Isaac, at Jamestown, in 79th year, Dec. 30, 1810 

Dennis, at North Providence, aged 30 years, Oct. 18, 1811 

Capt. Peregrine, of Newport, at Belfast, Ire- 
land, in 39th year. American of Nov. 19, 181 1 

Isaac, 2d, aged 29 years, of late firm of Smith 
& Howland, of New Bedford, at Lisbon. 
American of 

Alfred, eldest son of John, Esq., in this town, 
aged 26 years. Masonic honors, 

Charles Andrews, of this town, at New Or- 
leans, aged 21 years, assistant surgeon in 
the military hospital. American of 

Hannah, widow of Capt. Nathaniel, at Bris- 
tol, in 46th year, 

Thomas, at Newport, in 67th year. Ameri- 
can of 

Philip (colored), at Cranston, in 27th year. 

Gen. Benjamin, at Tiverton, aged 65 years, 
formerly U. S. Senator from Rhode Island, 

Josiah, eldest son of Hon. John, at Bristol, 
aged 21 years, very suddenly, 

Cynthia, wife of Bradford, at Dartmouth, 
aged 30 years, 

Gideon, at Dartmouth, in 91st year, of Soci- 
ety of Friends. American of 

Rebecca, wife of Hon. John, at Boston, aged 
56 years. 



April 25, 


181S 


Feb 4, 


1816 


June 14, 


1816 


July 8, 


1819 


Aug. 27, 
July 25, 


1819 
1820 


May I, 


1821 


Sept. 25, 


1821 


Jan. S, 


1823 


May 16, 


1823 


Sept. 19, 


1823 



282 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HOW LAND Rebecca W., only daughter of 
John, Esq., at Hristol, aged 17- years, 

Mrs. Susan, aged 48 years, 

Charles H., only child of John, Esq., at Bris- 
tol, aged 21 years American of 

Mrs. Sarah, widow of Capt. Job, at Newport, 
aged 81 years. American of 

Capt. John, at New Bedford, in 84th year. 
American of 

Benjamin Russell, only son of John, Esq., of 
Providence, in 34th year, at Nashville, 
Tenn., 

Benjamin, son of John, Esq., of Providence, 
at Nashville, Tenn. American of 

Southworth Allen, son of Southworth A., at 
Worcester, aged i year, 

Capt. Nathaniel, aged 62 years, member of 
Massachusetts Assembly and Friend, at 
Boston. American of 

Robert G., (colored) aged i S years 

Mary, widow of John, at Jamestown, aged 84 
years, 

John, at Bristol, Chief Justice Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, Bristol County, 

Nathan, at Woodstock, Vt., aged 87 years, 
Revolutionary soldier and one of the first 
settlers of the town. American of 

Mary Ann, wife of Henry A., aged 25 years, 
HOXSIE Abigail, widow of Stephen, of South 
Kingstown, at Portsmouth, in 92d year. 
Society of Friends, 

Peter, at Richmond, in 75th year. American 
of 

Joseph, lost at sea from brig Prize, of Bris- 
tol. American of 

Alice, wife of Lodowick, formerly of New- 
port, at Hancock, Me., aged 45 years. 
American of 

Benjamin, of Newport, son of late Lodowick, 
at Point Petre, W. L, aged 22 years, 
HOXIE John, at Charlestown, R. L American of 
HOYLE Mary, widow of John, in 81 st year, 

James R., Esq., postmaster at Bath, N. C, 
aged about 35 years, a native of Providence. 
American of 

Richard, at Glocester, aged 75 years. Amer- 
ican of 

HOYT Miss , one of the Union Missionary 

Family which left New York last year, in 
Arkansas, of fever. American of 



June 3, 1824 
July 3, 1824 

July I, 1825 

July 25, 1826 

Sept. 29, 1826 

Oct. 16, 1827 
Nov. 6, 1827 
Sept. 2, 1828 

March 19, 1830 
Nov. 15, 1830 

Feb. 18, 1 83 1 

April 25, 1 83 1 



July I, 1831 
Nov. 9, 1832 



Dec. 2, 1817 

Aug. 10, 1819 

Oct. 5, 1 8 19 

Jan. S, 1821 

May — , 1825 

Dec. 6, 1825 

Feb. 15, 1809 

March 5, 1822 
Nov. 17, 1826 

Sept. 19, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 283 

HOYT Capt. Charles, formerly of Boston ; was 
wrecked on Lake Erie, with schooner 
Franklin. American of Dec. 8, 1820 

Julia Ann, daughter of Samuel, aged i year, 

II months, May 13, 1826 

HUBBARD Hon. Leverett, born in Rhode Isl- 
and, died at Portsmouth, N. H., aged 69 
years, . Jan. 2, 1793 

James, at Savannah, aged 32 years, graduate 
of Brown University and Missionary of the 
Cross, Feb. 14, 18 18 

Ezra, in 74th year, Oct. i, 1820 

John, Esq., attorney at law, at Upton, Mass., 
aged 3 1 years ; had been at Newport sev- 
eral weeks for his health and died on re- 
turning journey home, Sept. 17 and 27, 1825 

Jonas, aged 45 years, July 4, 1826 

John N., at Newport, aged 45 years. Amer- 
ican of March 14, 1828 

Eliza C, wife of Dr. John, and daughter of 
Calvin Cheeney, at East Windsor, Ct., aged 
25 years. Dec. 3, 1828 

Mary Bradford, infant daughter of Ezra, aged 

6 months, Sept. 9, 1830 

, drowned in Providence harbor. May 21, 1831 

HUBBELL Solomon Williams, 2d, son of Eras- 
tus, of Lanesboro, Mass., at Williamstown, 
Mass., shot accidentally, while pursuing a 
flock of wolves. American of June 29, 1827 

HUBERSHAM Hon. Joseph, at Savannah, Ga., 
aged 65 years ; served in the Revolution, 
later in Congress, and was the first Post- 
master General appointed by Washington. 
American of Dec. 12, 1815 

HUCKLEBRIDGE Mrs. , at Bath, Eng., 

aged 93 years. American of Aug. 15, 1815 

HUDDY Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Capt. Silas, 

at Newport, Aug. 18, 1809 

HUDSON Capt. Samuel G., of Newport, aged 

35 years, at sea. Jan, 15, 18 10 

Capt. Thomas, Jr., at Newport, in 40th year. 

American of Dec. 14, 1813 

Eliza, daughter of the late Capt. Thomas, at 

Newport, aged 16 years. American of May 28, 1819 

Thomas, of Newport, seaman, at sea, on ship 
Morning Star, on passage from New Or- 
leans. American of Aug. 17, 1819 

George, in 31st year, Sept. 24, 18 rg 

John, second mate of brig Stephen, and son 
of Capt. Thomas, of Newport, at Calcutta, 
in 22d year, ' Nov. 18, 18 f 9 



284 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HUDSON Abigail, wife of Reuben, at Seekonk, 
in 75th year. American of 
Thomas, of Newport, at Portsmouth, aged y6 

years. American of 
Lydia, daughter of late Reuben, of Seekonk, 

at Warren, in 49th year, 
Eunice, widow of Robert, aged 67 years, 
Tunis, of U. S. Ship Franklin, by a fall of a 

block. American of 
Miss Debee Ann, aged 19 years, a resident of 
Rehoboth, at Oxford, Mass. . American of 
William, of Newport, at Whydah, Africa, 
Barzillai, at Hartford, Ct., aged 82 years ; 36 
years senior proprietor of Connecticut 
Courant, 
Louisa, daughter of late John, at Newport, 

aged 19 years, 
Jane, wife of Capt. Thomas, at Newport, aged 

56 years. A merican of 
Mrs. Phebe, at Newport, aged 50 years. 

American of 
John R., late cashier of Mechanics Bank, at 
Newburyport, aged 46 years. American of 
HUESTED George, at Norwalk, Ct., 
HUFF John, Jr., killed by a falling tree, on fire, 

in Cumberland Co., Ky., 
HUFTY Hon. Jacob, member of Congress from 
New Jersey, at Salem, N. J. American of 
HUGH John, at New York, in 6sth year, soldier 
of the Revolution at the age of 13 years. 
American of 
HUGAR Harriet Lucas, wife of Col, Francis K., 
and daughter of Gen. Thomas Pinkney, of 
South Carolina, at Philadelphia. Ameri- 
can of 
HUGER Hon. Benjamin, in South Carolina. 

American of 
HUGHES Amos A., at Daylestown, Pa., aged 44 
years, from childhood he was confined to 
his chair moving on wheels. American of 
Capt. Christopher Greene, of Warwick, mas- 
ter of ship Caravan, of this port, at New 
Orleans, in 31st year, 
Mary, wife of Walter, Esq., of the theatre, in 

Boston. American of 
Capt. John, aged 68 years, at Washington 
Co., Pa., a soldier of the Revolution. 
American of 
Rev. John, tearher of Grammar school, in 
Oxford, Butler Co., O., 



March 7, 1820 

Sept. 12, 1820 

Oct. 17, 1 82 1 
May IS, 1822 

July 9, 1 822 

Aug. 13, 1822. 
June 7, 1823 

Aug. I, 1823 

Aug. 4, 1 827 

March 14, 1828 

March 14, 1828 

April 22, 1 83 1 
July 28, 1832 

May 5, 1832 

June 3, 1814 

Sept. 22, 1829 

Dec. 31, 1824 
July 25, 1823 

Jan. 14, 1812 

July 22, 1815 
March 6, 18 18 

Oct. 23, 1818 
May 2, 1 82 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



285 



HUGHP2S Major Thomas, at Warwick, in 70th 
year ; he served in the Revolution and three 
years on the frontier, making 10 years in all, Dec. 10, 1821 
James, of New Jersey, at New Orleans, 

between July 29 and Aug. 5, 1823 
Walter, of the theatre, at New York. Amer- 
ican of May 3, 1825 
George Jackson, infant son of John L., aged 

I year, at Scituate. American of Aug. 19, 1825 

John W., at New York, of cholera, in 21st 

year, July 27, 1832 

HULARD John, of Wells, Me., aged 24 years, 
at Chelsea ; he went into a yard where 
there was a cross bull; he was so much in- 
jured that he lived 32 hours. American of Nov. 11, 1828 
HULING Mrs. Lydia, at North Kingstown, aged 

72 years, . Jan. i, i8r9 

HULL Eliza, daughter of John, at Burrillville, in 
1 6th year, 
Ann, wife of Capt. Peleg, in 69th year, 
Mrs. , wife of Major-General Hull, 



John, at Uxbridge, aged 68 years, 

Capt. Daniel, brother of Commodore Isaac, 

at Natchez, aged 30 years, 
Susannah, wife of Rev. Stephen, daughter of 

Hon. Christopher Lippitt, of Cranston, R. 

L, at Raynham, in 41st year. American of 
Joseph, Esq., at South Kingstown, in 55th 

year, 
Daniel, at Newport. American of 
Daniel, at Newport. American of 
Capt. William, of Providence, at Charleston, 

S. C, in 37th year, 
Jonathan, at Newport, aged 85 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Capt. Thomas, aged 34 years, 

, executed at Baltimore, for mail robbery, 

Catharine Augusta, daughter of Rev. S , 

of Raynham, Mass., aged 7 months, 
Ann, wife of Thomas, aged 55 years, 
Abigail, eldest daughter of John, at North 

Providence, in 27th year, 
William, of Rhode Island, at New Orleans. 

American of 
Mrs. Lois, at Lebanon Springs, aged 27 

years, 
Sally, daughter of John, at North Providence, 

in 2 1 St year, 
Mary, widow of Lemuel, at Newport, aged 

74' years, 



Sept. I, 181 1 

Aug. 9, 181 5 

Nov. 4, 1815 

June — , 1816 



Aug. 14, 1817 

Aug. 25, 1818 

Jan. 5, 1819 

Nov. S, 1 8 19 

Nov. 12, 1819 

Dec. 4, 1819 

Dec. 17, 1819 
Dec. 20, 18 19 
July 14, 1820 

July 22, 1820 
Feb. 28, 1 82 1 

June 17, 1821 

Oct. 26, 1821 

Nov. 28, 1822 

March 6, 1823 

March 28, 1823 



286 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HULL Mary, widow of Edward, Esq., at South 
Kingstown, in 84th year, 

Rev. Hezekiah, at Alexandria, La., formerly 
of New Haven. American of 

Frederick Langdon, infant son of Capt. Gid- 
eon, 

Samuel, son of John, in i6th year, very sud- 
denly, at Coventry, 

Thomas, at Pawtucket, 

William, of Edgefield District, killed Samuel 
Martin, of same place, 

William, at Newton, in 73d year ; field officer 
in the Revolution and late Brigadier-Gen-- 
eral U. .S. Army, 

Capt. Joseph, at Derby, Ct., aged 75 years ; 
was a soldier of the Revolution and father 
of Commodore Isaac. American of 

John, at Rurrillville, in 78th year, soldier of 
the Revolution. American of 

Rev. Arletus R., at Worcester, aged 38 years. 
American of 

Georgianna Thurbet, daughter of Peleg, aged 
10 months, 

Capt. Gideon, in 36th year, leaves wife and 2 
children, 

Gen. Andrew, at Cheshire, Ct., aged 68 
years, U. S. Marshal of District of Con- 
necticut. American of 

George, at Jamestown, aged 42 years. Amer- 
ican of 

George Francis, second son of Thomas C, 
aged 2 years, 

Mary, at Newport, aged 65 years, suddenly, 

William, at Millbury, fell dead while counting 
out change in his store. American of 

Charles P., youngest son of Thomas C, a^ed 
I year, 1 1 months. American of 

Mary, wife of Thomas, at Nantucket, aged 54 
years. American of 

Edwin Perry, son of Peleg, in 4th year, late 
of this town, in New York, by falling from 
a window, 

Henry, found hanging in the Amasa Gray 
house. North End, suicide. American of 

Elizabeth Ricknell, infant daughter of 
Thomas C, 
HULLOCK Baron, at London, Eng.; was sen- 
ior baron of the Court of King's Bench ; 
from an operation on a corn which lead to 
amputation of the toe, but too late to save 
his life. American of 



June 14^,1823 

Sept. 23, 1823 

April 27, 1824 

Aug. 4, 1824 
Oct. 7, 1824 

Nov. 23, 1825 

Nov. 29, 1825 

Feb. 10, 1826 
April 4, 1826 
May 26, 1 826 
Aug. 14, 1826 
Dec. 31, 1826 

May 4, 1827 

Oct. 26, 1827 

Dec. 26, 1828 
June u, 1829 

Aug. 25, 1829 

Nov. 5, 1830 

May 10, 1831 

July 20, 1831 

Aug. 23, 1831 

August 26, 1832 



Sept. 22, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 287 

HUMBERT , the French general who com- 
manded the expedition to Ireland some 

years ago ; was on his way to join the 

Spanish revolutionists at New Orleans. 

American of July 8, 1814 

Gen. F , formerly of the French army, at 

New Orleans, where he had resided for 9 

years. In 1793 he landed in South Ireland 

with 1000 men and pressed Gen. Lake 

with singular gallantry, Jan. 2, 1823 

Dr. C, jiear Philadelphia, was known as the 

" Sylvan Enemy of Human Diseases." 

He lived alone and when found wa."! in a 

starving condition and very sick. His life 

was a mystery and his age was supposed to 

be about 100 years, June 10, 1825 

HUMES Sarah, aged 24 years, Friend preacher 

for 4 years, May 12, 1827 

HUMPHREY Josiah, in this town, in 34th year ; 

leaves widow and 4 children, (Masonic hon- 
ors) Feb. 17, 1812 
Dea. Josiah, at Barrington, in 96th year; had 

been member of church there 76 years; ser- 
mon by Rev. Samuel Watson, Rev. XIV: 13, Dec. 3, 1812 
William, at Pawtuxet, in 36th year, Feb. 26, 1815 
John, Esq., at Barrington. American of May 14, 1816 
Dr. Hosea, late a representative in the As- 
sembly, at Johnston, aged 60 years, June 30, 18 16 
HUMPHREYS Gen. David, at New Haven; 

was an aide to Gen. Washington, afterwards 

Minister to Portugal and Spain. He 

brought from Spain 100 merino sheep, the 

first introduced into the United States, Feb. 21, i8i8 

HUMPHREY Hon. Elkanah, at Barrington, in 

80th year ; was for many years Judge of 

Court of dommon Pleas for Bristol Co. 

American of Oct. 13, 1818 

Josiah, late mate of brig Gen. Jackson, in 22d 

year, Oct. 21, 1819 

Mrs. Sarah, wife of Col. Walker, at Provi- 
dence, Jan. 4, 1820 
Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, at Barrington, 

in 98th year, April 15, 1820 

Rebecca, aged 17 years, Aug. 7, 1822 

Benjamin Clifford, infant son of Col. Walker, 

at Providence, Oct. 28, 1823 

Charles Joseph, infant son of Col. Walker, 

aged 5 months, Oct. 10, 1824 

Major Enoch, U. S. Army, at Fort St. Philip, 

Plaquermin ; was distinguished at battle of 

New Orleans, 1815. American of Sept. 6, 1825 



288 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HUMPHRIES Albert, son of late Josiah, aged 

19 years, 
HUMPHREY Samuel, at Tollend, Ct., formerly 
■ of Barriagton, a soldier of the Revolution, 
Elizabeth W., widow of Josiah, and daughter 

of late Nicholas Easton, in 44th year, 
William Pearce, infant son of Col. Walker, 
HUMPHREYS Hon. Josiah, at Harrington, in 

77th year, 
HUMPHREY Levi, of Hingham, Mass., aged 
25 years, on board ship Tuscany, at New 
Orleans, 
HUMPHREYS Anna Smith, infant daughter of 

Col. Walker, 
HUMPHREY Norman, at Burlington, Vt., aged 
48 years, killed by the machinery of his axe 
factory. American of 
HUMPHREYS Jess, at Bristol, Me., a Revolu- 
tionary pensioner. American of 
HUMPHREY John S., merchant, aged 25 years, 
Capt. William ; was born at Swanzey, June 
26, 1752; died at Tiverton, July i, 1832; 
was an officer in the Revolution. See 
obituary, American of 
HUNT Clifford, of this town, at Savannah, Ga. 
American of 
Josiah, at Seekonk, in 50th year, 
Filena, wife of William, at North Providence, 

aged 4[ years. American of 
Capt. Zebedee, at Pawtuxet, in 80th year, 
John, at Seekonk, in 65th year, 
John, at Seekonk, in 65th year. American 

of 
Henry, Esq., in Maryland, in 75th year. 

American of 
William, brother of the celebrated Mr. Hunt, 

of London, at English Prairie, III, 
Hon. Ebenezer, at Northampton, many years 
a State Senator, and member of the Fac- 
ulty. American of 
Miss Mary, at Newport, in 87th year, 
Mrs. Elizabeth, at North Kingstown, in 90th 

year, 
James, at Spanish Grove, in Mecklenburgh 
Co.. Va., his three daughters were mur- 
dered by a negro, long a servant of his 
household. American of 
Christmas, at Rehoboth, in looth year; was 
born at Bristol about year 1722, parents 
were Africans ; served in the Revolution 



Feb. 24, 1826 

March 10, 1826 

Oct. 6, 1826 
Oct. 8, 1828 

March 28, 1829 

July 25, 1829 
Oct. I, 1829 

Nov. 20, 1829 

Feb. 5, 1830 
Nov. 25, 1831 



July 17, 1832 

Oct. 9, 1 8 10 
April 12, 1814 

Dec. 13, 1814 

April 21, 181 5 

May 31, 1819 

June 15, 1819 

April 4, 1820 

June 25, 1820 



Jan. 5, 1821 
March 29, 1821 

Dec. 23, 1821 



Jan. 25, 1822 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



289 



HUNT: 

with honor ; was for many years carrier of 

Newspapers through Rehoboth and See- 

konk. He delighted to appear at Training 

days in his uniform, 
Mary Matilda, youngest danghter of Clement 

S., Esq., in 5th year, 
John, youngest son of Allen, Esq., at See- 

konk, aged i year, 10 montns. 
David, of Rhode Island, at New Orleans, 
. between July 29 and 
Helen Matilda, infant daughter of Clement 

S. Esq., 
Catherine Potter, daughter of Major Benja- 
min, at Pawtuxet, 
Daniel, at New Orleans, firm of H. and D. 

H. Hunt. American of 
Mrs. hetsey, aged 26 years, 
Joseph W., at Attleboro, in 74th year, 
Lephe Blanding, youngest daughter of Allen, 

Esq., at Seekonk, aged i year and 10 days. 

American of 
Ruth N., wife of Peter B., Esq., daughter of 

Major Paul Nelson, at Pawtucket, aged 27 

years, 
HUNTT Mr. and Mrs., two English travellers, 

murdered by bandits in Italy. American of 
HUNT Mary, daughter of late Isaiah, at Reho- 
both, in 74th year, 
Martha B., wife of Hon. John, at Detroit. 

American of 
Martha, daughter of Pardon, at Glocester, in 

gth year, 
Seth, Jr., merchant, aged 49 years, 
Julius, aged 25 years, drowned at Shoreham, 

Vt. , leaves wife and child. 
Miss Elizabeth, at Portsmouth, aged 20 years. 

American of 
Seth, Esq., in 86th year, 
Zebulon A., son of James, at Pawtucket, 
Mrs Nabby W., at Charlestown, Mass., aged 

26 years. American of 
Samuel Wellington, U. S. Army, at St. Louis, 

Mo. American of 
Mrs. Mary, of Trenton, N. J., at Boston, aged 

74 years. American of 
Mary, wife of John, of Trenton, N. J., at 

Boston. American of 
Lucia, wife of Freeman, at Boston, aged 24 

years. American of 



Feb. 27, 1822 

May 23, 1822 

March 26, 1823 

Aug. S, 1823 

Aug. 26, 1823 

Oct. 19, 1823 

Nov. 28, 1823 

Jan. II, 1824 

Jan. 6, 1825 

March 30, 1825 

June 23, 1825 
July 26, 1825 
July 25, 1826 

Sept. 26, 1826 

Oct. s, 1826 
Oct. 19, 1826 

May 31, 1827 

June 5, 1827 
April 14, 1828 
Dec. II, 1828 

Sept. 18, 1829 

Oct. 20, 1829 

Nov. 26, 1829 

Dec. I, 1829 

Feb. 26, 1830 



290 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



HUNT Susan S., wife of Timothy, at Boston, 
aged 30 years. American of 

Peter B., Esq., at Seekonk, in 38th year, 

Capt. Nathaniel, at Seekonk, aged 73 years, 

Mrs. Abigail, wife of Jeptha, at Glocester, 
aged 47 years, 

Hon. Mr. , U. S. Representative from 

Vermont, at Washington, D. C. American 
of 

Miss A , in 88th year, 

HUNTER Capt. Henry, formerly of Newport, at 
Norwich, m 85th year. American of 

Marian, in the burning of the Richmond, Va., 
Theatre, 

Mrs. Deborah, widow of Dr. William, and 
mother of Hon. William, of Newport, near 
London, in 75th year, 

Nathaniel, of Newport, at New York. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. Archibald, at Montgomery, N. Y., 
aged 28 years. In examining a cow said 
to have died of poison he became inoculated, 
which terminated fatally in about 10 days, 

Elizabeth, at Warren, in 84th year. Ameri- 
can of 

John Dunn, author of " Hunter's Narrative," 
shot by one of his Indian Guards. Ameri- 
can of 

Godfrey Malbone, son of Hon. William, in 
4th year, at Easton, 

Capt. Henry, at Newport, m 54th year, 

John Falconet, youngest son of Hon. Will- 
iam, of Newport, at Kingston, R. I., aged 
12 years, 9 months, 
HUNTING Samuel, in 6ist year, 
HUNTINGTON David, at Newport, in 72d 
year. American of 

Rev. Mr. , in England, a Methodist. His 

effects went at auction at fabulous prices. 
American of 

Samuel, Esq., native of Connecticut, at 
Painesville, Ohio, aged 49 years. He was 
member of State Convention that framed 
the Constitution, senator in the first As- 
sembly under it, a judge in the Supreme 
Court, and afterwards Governor of the 
State, 

Stephen A., late of this town, merchant, at 
Tiverton, in 22d year, 

Gen. Jedediah. at New London, aged 75 
years, a soldier of the Revolution, 



March 22, 1831 

April 21, 1831 

Feb. 5, 1832 

Feb. 12, 1832 



May 25, 1832 
July 21, 1832 

Nov. 27, 1810 

Dec. 26, 181 1 

Oct. 15, 1813 
April 28, 1820 

Oct. 10, 1822 
June 3, 1825 

May 25, 1827 

July 25, 1827 
March 31, 1830 



June I, 1 83 1 
May 3, 1832 

Dec. 7, 1813 



March 4, 1814 



June 7, 1817 
Aug. 26, 1 81 7 
Sept. 25, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



291 



HUNTINGTON Joseph, of Newport, at Hav- 
ana, aged 2 1 years. 

Rev. Joshua, pastor of Old South Church, 
Boston, at Groton, Mass., aged 33 years, 

Mary Lucretia, wife of Gen. Ebcnezer, and 
daughter of the late Gen. Samuel McLel- 
lan, of Woodstock, Ct., at Norwich, in 43d 
year, 

Rev. Leverett J. F., at New Brunswick, N. 
' J-, aged 34 years, pastor of the Presbyte- 

rian Church. American of 

Mary H., wife of Rev. Daniel, formerly of 
New London, at Bridgewater. American 
of 

Mary, daughter of Dr. Thomas, at Brooklyn, 
Ct., aged 2 years. American of 

Rt. Hon. Hans Francis, Earl of, in England, 
in 58th year, from effects of West India 
climate, where he had been the last 6 years. 
American of 
HUNTOON Charles, of Corinth, at Vershire, 
Vt., while on a visit there, by a falling tree ; 
was a soldier in the last war and in the 
Revolution ; was at Lexington, Bunker 
Hill and capture of Burgoyne, aged 73 
years. American of 

HUNNEWELL Richard George, son of R , 

Esq., of Portland, on board the ship Dromo, 
on his way to California ; shot by a Span- 
ish privateer, 

Susannah, wife of Hon. Jonathan, at Boston, 
aged 63 years. American of 

John F., at New Shoreham, aged 28 years. 
American of 
HURD Freeman, at Smithfield, aged 16 years. 
American of 

Sir Isaac, King at Arms, in England, aged 88 
years. He has conducted no less than 8 
funerals of the Royal family. American of 

David, a Revolutionary pensioner, at Munroe, 
aged 69 years. American of 
HURLBURT Isaac, at Hinesville, Vt., from ac- 
cidental discharge of a pistol. American 
. . of 

Pardon T., at Buffalo, N. Y., in 40th year, a 
native of New London, Ct., 

Henry C, son of the late Pardon T., aged 10 
years, 

Mary Ann, second daughter of late Pardon 
T., in isth year. 



Oct. 4, 1818 
Sept. n, 1819 

Nov. 5, 1819 

May 30, 1820 

June 18, 1822 
Jan. 9, 1824 

Jan. 30, 1829 

Dec. 22, 1829 

June — , 1808 

March i6, 1819 

May 4, 1 82 1 

Aug. 19, 1814 

March S. 1819 
Feb. 20, 1829 

July 23, 1816 

Aug. 29, 181 8 

Dec. 6, 1819 

Feb. 5, 1827 



292 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



HURLBURT Maria, daughter of late Pardon T., 
in 19th year, 

Jane Cowing, infant daughter of late Pardon 
T., in 17th year, 
HURLEY Samuel, at Lima, aged 21 years. He 
was editor of the Telegraph, and the first 
to introduce a daily political and mercan- 
tile paper in Peru, 

Samuel, merchant, of Philadelphia, at Liver- 
pool, aged 41 years, 
HURST , at Manchester, Eng., of hydro- 
phobia. A few days before he let a dog 
lick a wart he had just cut. American of 
HUSE Dr. James, in Wheelock ; fell from a load 
of hay on to a pitchfork. American of 

Moses, at Hillsboro, N H., aged 91 years, 
soldier of the Old French War. American 
of 
HUSSEY Peter, at Nantucket, m 40th year, 
Grand Master of 12th Masonic District, by 
the overturning of his carriage (Masonic 
honors). American of 
HUTCHINS Hannah, wife of Ezra, Esq., at 
Killingly, Ct., in SSth year, 

N , at Lovell, Oxford Co. His wife and 

infant fell into the fire and perished, 

Ezra, Esq., attorney at law, formerly of this 
town, graduate of Brown University, 181 r, 
at Killingly, Ct. American of 

Henry, son of John, aged 7 months, 
HUTCHENS Mary, aged 22 years, at Canter- 
bury, Ct, a suicide, a disappointment, 
HUTCHINS Lydia, wife of Capt. Simon, at 
Killingly, Ct., 

Mary, wife of Dr. Penuel, at Killingly, in 62d 
year, 

Elisha, at Killingly, Ct., aged about 30 years. 
American of 

Elisha P., son of Dr. Penue', at Killingly, Ct., 
aged 25 years, an attorney at law. Amer- 
ican of 

Sarah, wife of John, of Providence, at North- 
ampton. She was on a visit to her brother, 
a physician in this town, 

Maria, daughter of Shubael, aged 4 years, 

HUTCHINGS Mr. , stabbed by John 

Crump, at Weldon, N. C. American of 
HUTCHINS Theophilus, Jr., at Seekonk, in 21st 
year, 

Theophilus Stearns, M, D., at Seekonk, in 
2 2d year. 



April 17, 1832 
Jan. 31, 1833 

Jan. 16, 1828 
Feb. I, 1820 

Sept. 10, 1824 
Aug. 27, 1816 

March 8, 1831 

March 24, 181 5 

Feb. 3, 1814 

Dec. 22, 1815 

Jan. 15, 1819 
Feb. 23, 1821 

March 3, 1822 

Oct. 7, 1823 

March 15, 1825 

June 28, 1825 

July 15, 1825 

Jan. 26, 1826 
Feb. 7, 1832 

April 17, 1832 

Jan. 14, 1833 

Jan. 14, 1833 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



293 



HUTCHINSON James, of U. S. Corps of Art., 
aged about 40 years, at Fort Walcott, New- 
port Harbor. American of 

Richard (colored), of Bedford, Mass., at sea, 
on board ship Asia, 

John, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 
Frances Mary, at sea, between Feb. 23 and 

George, at Raleigh, N. C, aged 61 years. 
He operated the first steam sawmill in the 
United States, 

Mrs. Elizabeth, at Boston, aged 86 years. 
American of 

Mrs. Mary, wife of Benjamin, at Royalston, 
aged 82 years. American of 

Phebe, daughter of Daniel, of Smithfield, in 
31st year, 

Ann, aged TJ years, widow of Gen. Jedediah, 
and sister of Bishop Moore, of Virginia, at 
New London, Ct., 

Capt. Samuel, native of Castine, Me., com- 
mander of sloop Castine, drowned in Mo- 
bile harbor. American of 

Mrs. , at Boston. American of 

David Wilkinson, son of Daniel, at Smith- 
field, aged 2 years, 
HUTTON Acsah, wife of William C, at See- 
konk, in S3d year, 

William, at Seekonk. American of 

Isaiah, of Rehoboth, at Savannah, Ga., in 21st 
year, 

, executed at Baltimore for mail robbery, 

Charles, Esq., professor of mathematics, in 
England, aged 86 years. American of 
HYATT Capt. Charles L., of Providence, at sea, 
on board ship Two Catharines, on passage 
from St. Bias, 

Ann, widow of Capt. Charles, in 32d year, 

Hannah, widow of Capt. Charles L., in 22d 
year, 

Ann, daughter of late Charles, in 17th year, 
HYDE Susan, wife of Artemus, daughter of 
Esek Aidrich, at Providence, in 23d year. 

Miss Catherine, at Boston, aged 38 years. 
American of 

Mrs. Anna, wife of George H., at Newton 

Lower Falls, aged 48 years. American of 

HYNE Timothy, at Farmington, N. Y., aged 60 

years ; stung by bees. American of 
HYNES Richard, at Dedham, aged 32 years. 
American of 



March 16, 1821 
Sept. 12, 1822 
March 5, 1826 

Sept. 23, 1829 
Nov. 24, 1829 
Aug. 27, 1830 
Sept. 23, 1830 

March 14, 1831 



Aug. 12, 1831 
Sept. 14, 1832 

Oct. 15, 1832 

Dec. 25, 1815 
Jan. 16, 1816 

Sept. II, 1818 
July 14, 1820 

March 14, 1823 



Oct. — , 1819 
March 5, 1823 

April 6, 1828 
May 22, 1829 

Oct. 23, 1818 

March 11, 183 1 

May 17, 183 B 

June 3, 1814 

May 10, 1831 



294 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

HYRE Benjamin, in Davidson Co., N. C. He 
repeatedly stabbed himself in a room where 
there were several persons; cause of his 
suicide was his mother's refusal to his mar- 
riage. American of Sept. 26, 1823 



IDE Timothy, at Cumberland, in 83d year, Nov. 10, 1814 

Lydia, wife of Jacob, in jSth year. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 3, 1815 
Amos, at Attleboro, aged 60 years. American 

of April 12, i8t6 

Ezra, at Seekonk, in 51st year, Jan. 25, 18 18 

Sarah, wife of Nathaniel, Jr., at Seekonk, in 

55th year. American of Dec. 28, 18 19 

Levi, in sgth year, March 25, 1822 

Capt. Elpalet, at Seekonk, aged 39 years, March 24, 1825 

Capt. Nathaniel, at Seekonk, in 87th year, Oct. 30, 1828 

Nathan, of Seekonk, found drowned at Sa- 

bin's Point, aged 27 years.. American of Sept. 21, 1832 

INMAN Phebe, widow of Jeremiah, at Cumber- 
land, in 64th year. Society of Friends, Oct. 13, 1819 
Benjamin, seaman, drowned from schooner 

Romeo, at sea, in a squall, Oct. 4, 1822 

Oziel, at Glocester, in 41st year. American 

of Aug. 19, 1825 

Abraham, at North Providence, in 79th vear. May 8, 1831 

INCHCALD Mrs. . in England ; she has 

left behind her memoirs of her life with 

anecdotes of her times. American of Oct. 5, 1821 

INGALLS Oliver, at Pomfret, Ct., formerly of 

North Providence, drowned. American of April 2X. 1811; 
, Esq., attorney at law, at Mobile, Ala. 

American of Nov. 12, 1819 

Lucy M , wife of Dr. William, at Boston, 

aged 38 years, Feb. 15, 1823 

James, son of late Oliver, aged 19 years, April 20, 1828 

Patience B., wife of Seth H., daughter of 

Capt. Solothiel Jones, of Dighton, at 

Swanzey, aged 22 years, Oct. 13, 1829 

INGELL Abiathar, Esq., at Taunton, aged 60 

years. American of Aug. i, 1823 

INGELLS Miss Deborah, at Taunton, aged 65 

years. American of April 21, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



295 



INGERSOLL Hon. Jared, presiding judge of 
district court for city and county of Phila- 
delphia. American of 

Rev, Samuel B., assistant pastor Shrewsbury 
church, at Beverly, Mass. American of 

Hon. Jonathan, at New Haven, Ct., in 76th 
year, lieutenant-governor of Connecticut, 

Capt. William, at Glocester, aged 60 years. 
American of 
INGLISS Rev. James, at Baltimore, pastor of 
the First Presbyterian church, suddenly. 
American of 

INGRAHAM Mrs. , wife of Barton, in this 

town. American of 

Elizabeth, widow of Timothy, at Newport, 
in 87th year. American of 

Capt. Joseph, at Boston, aged 48 years, 

Daniel. Jr., at Bristol, aged 19 years, sud- 
denly. American of 

Lawton, of Warren, at Savannah, Ga., aged 
22 years, 

Ann, of Bristol, at Coventry, aged 16 years. 
American of 

Comfort, at Pawtucket, in 78th year, 

Henry, at Bristol, aged 25 years, 

James Burr, infant son of Jeremiah, at Pensa- 
cola, Fla., 

Mrs. Charlotte, wife of Jeremiah, at Pensa- 
cola, Fla., in 33d year ; she was a daugh- 
ter of Col. James Burr, of Providence, 

James, at Bristol, suddenly, aged 50 years, 

Jeremiah, formerly of Attleboro, at Cynthi- 
ana, Ky., in 77th year. American of 

Lydia, daughter of late Benjamin, formerly 
of Bristol, at the Arkwright, 

N. G., Jr., Esq., at Tampico, U. S. Consul at 
that port, 

Charlotte Eleanor, daughter of Jeremiah, in 
1 1 th year, 

Peddy, wife of Solomon, and eldest daughter 
of Gideon Street, Jr., in 28th year, 

Elizabeth Bridgham, daughter of late Henry, 
at Bristol, in 9th year, 

Mary Eliza, infant daughter of John, at 
Bristol, aged 8 years, 10 days. 

, child of John, at Bristol, 

Ralph, machinist, of Hebron, Ct., at Comp- 
ton Village, Warwick, in 25th year, 

Jesse C, son of Lephelet, at Pawtucket, aged 
8 months, 



Nov. 8, 1822 
Nov. 25, 1820 

Jan. II, 1823 
Sept. 24, 1830 

Aug. 27, 1819 

Feb. 24, 1809 

Oct. 3, 1809 
June 3, 1811 

June 20, 1 8 17 

Nov. 25, 1817 

Feb. 16, 1 82 1 
Aug. 25, 1821 
Aug. 20, 1822 

Sept. 14, 1822 

Oct. 2, 1822 
March 30, 1823 

June 10, 1823 

July 27, 1823 

April 30, 1824 

Jan. 25, 1826 

Sept. 14, 1827 

Nov. 12, 1828 

Feb. 9, 1829 
Feb. 9, 1829 

March 29, 1829 

Feb. 26, 1829 



296 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



INGRAHAM Nancy, daughter of late Capt. 
James, at Harrington, aged 29 years. Amer- 
ican of 

George G., of Warren, a passenger, at sea, on 
board brig Sampson, on passage from Prov- 
idence to Havana. American of 
INNES George, Esq., of Stowe, Scotland. He 
left his fortune of ;£'900,ooo to his sister. 
He is said to have left behind him 57 nat- 
ural children. American of 

George, of Stow, Scot., is credited with 57 
natural children. Left his immense for- 
tune to his sister. American of 

Harry, Judge U. S. Dist. Court for Kentucky, 
suddenly, at Frankfort, Ky., 
IREN Mary, wife of Peter, at Bristol, aged about 

50 years, 
IRISH Mrs. Abigail, widow of Charles, of New- 
port, at Hudson, N. Y., in 82d year. 
American of 

John, of Middletown, drowned in the great 
gale of 

Sarah, widow of Col. George, of Middletown, 
at Newport, in 83d year, 

Joseph, Esq., at Richmond, R. I., son of the 
late Col. George, of Middletown, in 46th 
year, 

Jedediah, at Newport, aged 4 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Hanson, of Cornish, Me., killed by the ex- 
plosion of a powder mill, at Gorham, Me., 

'George C, aged 27 years, son of late Jede- 
diah, of Newport, at sea, on board ship 
Boy, on passage from Providence to Matan- 
zas. American of 

Daniel, of Gorham, Me.; threw himself from 
the deck of the schooner Leader, near West 
Quoddy Light, Me., 

Bennett, son of Southwick, at Portsmouth, 
R. I., in 23d year, 

Simeon, at Fall River, in 63d year, 
:IR0NS Stephen, son of Nicholas, of Providence, 
in his 20th year ; fell overboard from brig 
Decatur and was drowned, 

Huldah, widow of Samuel, at Glocester. 
American of 

Susan B., wife of Arnold, in 28th year, 

Plenry Augustus, infant son of Sayles, at 
Warwick, aged 2 years, 4 months, 



Dec. 27, 183 1 
June 24, 1832 

May I, 1832 

May I, 1832 

Sept. 20, 1816 

Feb. 8, 1821 

Dec. JO, 1813 

Sept. 23, 1815 

Feb. 7, i8i6 

April 8, 1 818 

March 11, 1823 

July 19, 1828 

Feb 27, 1829 

Aug. 8, 1829 

Aug. 9, 1830 
April 16, 1831 

Dec. 30, 1822 

Nov. 18, 1823 
April 20, 1824 

Sept. 24, 1830 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



297 



IRVIN Gen. Jared, at Georgia, formerly gov- 
ernor of the state, aged 63 years. Amer- 
ican of 
IRVINE Gen. James, at Philadelphia, aged 84 
years, soldier of the Revolution. Amer- 
ican of 
Catharine, wife of Jeremiah, at New Haven, 
aged 22 years. American of 
IRVING Henry, murdered, near Natchitockes. 
American of 
Capt. Armstrong, U. S. Regt. L. Art., son 
of Brig. Gen. Irving, of Penn., at Fort 
Warren, Boston. American of 
Edmund, at Richmond, Ky., shot by Mr. 

Maltingby, editor of the Richmond 

Republican. American of 

IRWIN Col. , formerly M. C.from Penn., at 

Old Providence ; was recently an officer in 
South American Service under Com. Aury, 
Robert, at Fall River, aged 89 years, Revo- 
lutionary pensioner, 
ISAACS Abraham M., merchant, of and at 
Charleston, S. C, son of the late Moses, of 
New York, 
Col. Ralph, at Philadelphia, 
Mary, widow of Ralph, Esq., formerly of 
Kranford, Ct., at New Haven, in 76th year, 

ISAAC , son of Robert, Esq., of Savannah, 

Ga., at Newport, 
ISHAM Rev. Chester, of Taunton, at Boston, 
aged 27 years; was ordained Feb. 18 last. 
American of 

ITURBIDE President , deposed and shot. 

American of 
IVES Elizabeth, second daughter of Thomas P., 
in this town, in 17th year, 
Maj. Gen. Thomas, at Great Barrington, 
Capt. William, late of Salem, at Savannah, 

Ga., aged 51 years. American of 
Dwight Foster, of Great Barrington, at 
Stockbridge, Mass., aged 20 years, drowned 
in the river. American of 
John, of Sudbury, by explosion at a Powder 

Mill, at Chelmsford, Mass., 
Samuel H., murdered by Robert Douglass, 
aged 24 years, who was executed at ISath, 
N. Y., for the crime. American of 
Thomas Boynton, infant son of Robert H., 
IZAREi Elizabeth, widow of Ralph, of Charles- 
ton, S. C, at Fortress Monroe, Va., 



May 8, 1818 

May II, 1819 
Nov. 24, 1829 
July 30, 1816 

Jan. 17, 1817 

Jan. 14, 1823 

Sept. 20, 1 818 
Sept. 15, 1831 

Oct. 29, 1 8 14 
Aug. 8, 1815 

Feb. 4, 1 8 16 

July 21, 1823 

May 3, 1825 

March 22, 1831 

March 12, 1813 
March 8, 1814 

April 30, 1814 

Sept. 19, 1820 
Dec. 5, 1820 



May 24, 1825 
Jan. 16, 1829 

May 20, 1825 



298 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JACK Alexander, at Newport, in 76th year, Feb. 27, 1821 

Sarah B., wife of Alexander, at Newport, 

aged 49 years, Feb. 8, 1827 

JACKINS David, infant son of David, aged 11 

months, 11 days, Feb. 15, 1828 

JACKMAN Col. Abel, at Corinth, N. H., aged 

58 years; in swarming bees was so stung 

by them that he died in ten minutes. 

American of Aug. 22, 1820 

JACKSON Major General Henry, at Boston, in 

62d year, Jan. 2, 1809 

Bartholomew, at Newport, in 92d year, Sept. 12, 1809 

Giles, Esq., aged 78 years, at Tyringham, 

Mass., May 4, 1810 

Samuel, in this town, in 83d year, Sept. 6, 181 1 

John, at Grantham, Eng., aged 90 years; he 

collected rags, hawked ballads and dying 

speeches ; though complaining of poverty, 

left ;^ 520 sterling. American of March 4, 1814 

Francis James, Esq., late British Minister to 

United States, at Hrighton, Eng., in 44th 

year. American of Oct. 18, 1814 

William, in this town, m 50th year, Aug. 27, 1815 

Capt. John, from wounds received from James 

Holton who made an unprovoked assault 

upon him; he leaves wife and a large family 

of children. American of Oct. 6, 1815 

William, at Shenandoah Co., Va. His house 

and two daughters with himself perished in 

the conflagration ; his wife and 6 other chil- 
dren escaped, July 26, 1817 
William Prince, infant son of John, at Provi- 
dence, Nov. 18, 18 17 
Elizabeth, wife of John T., in 27th year, Dec. 19, 1817 
, son of Walter, aged 10 years, killed by 

explosion of gunpowder, at Boston, June 23, 1818 

Samuel, Friend Mmister, at Brownville, in 

69th year. American of July 24, 1818 

Richard, at Providence, in 88th year, Dec. 29, 1818 

Capt, Stephen, late of Providence, many 

years cashier of Exchange Bank, at Thomp- 
son, Ct., in 57th year, suddenly, Jan; 7, 1820 
John, collier, at Ballington, Cheshire, Eng., 

is now living in 77th year ; has had 34 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



299 



JACKSON : 

children ; 12 by first and 22 by second wife, 
and has brought them up without public 
assistance. American of 

Hannah, wife of Samuel, formerly of Ply- 
mouth, at Middleboro, Mass., in sgth year. 
American of 

Hon. Levi, at Chesterfield. N. H., aged 49 
years. American of 

William, son of Nathan W., aged i year, 

Dr. G. R., a musician, at Boston American 
of 

Mrs. A , while boiling soap her kettle fell 

in the fire. Her four children were badly 
scalded, two of them fatally, at Morristown, 
N. J. American of 

Hon. John G., U. S. Judge for Western Dist. 
of Virginia, at Clarksburgh, Va. Ameri- 
can of 

Mary A., infant daughter of Z. R., 

Rachel, wife of Andrew, President Elect of 
the United States, at Nashville, Tenn., 

Gridley, at Hillsboro, N. H., aged 102 years, 
soldier of the Revolution. American of 

Nathan Waterman, of Society of Friends, 
30 years Town Clerk of Providence, aged 
69 years, 

Susan, daughter of Samuel, at Providence, in 
2 1 St year, 

Nathaniel, at Jay, Me., aged 75 years, sol- 
dier of the Revolution ; served in the Ar- 
tillery at Brandywme. He and 3 brothers 
were in this company and two were 
wounded, and he bled at the ears while 
working at the sponge. Capt. Bryant, the 
first Lieutenant and half the Company 
were killed or wounded. American of 

Solon, at Boston, aged 28 years. American of 

Mrs. Huldah, widow of Henry, at Plymouth, 
in S4th year, 

Alexander C; three members of his family 
have died of scarlet fever. American of 

George, merchant, in 6ist year, 

Barry, carman, killed by falling building, in 
New York. American of 

Catherine D., wife of Charles, daughter of 
Samuel Dexter, Esq., of Providence, at 
Scituate, in 27th year, 

Francis Sigourney, infant son of Charles, aged 
9 months. 



June 19, 1821 



Aug. 3, 1 82 1 

Sept. 7, 1 82 1 
Oct. I, 1821 

Nov. 22, 1822 



March 26, 1824 

April IS, 1825 
Dec. 19, 1828 

Dec. 22, 1828 

Oct, 23, 1829 

Dec. 10, 1829 
Dec. 28, 1829 



Dec. 21, 1830 
April 29, 1831 

April 30, 1 83 1 

Jan. 10, 1832 
March 14, 1832 

May 8, 1832 



June 17, 1832 
Sept. 18, 1832 



300 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JACOBI F. E., Nestor of the German Philoso- 
phers, in Germany. American of May 7, 1819 
JACOBS Dea. Calvin, in 59th year, drowned 
while washing sheep in Palmer's River, 
Rehoboth; leaves wife and 4 daughters, May 29, 1 810 

Saranus, aged 26 years, son of Dea. Calvin, 
drowned while washing sheep in Palmer's 
River, Rehoboth, May 29, 1 810 

Jo, in the burning of the Richmond, Va., 
Theatre, t)ec. 26, 181 r 

Miss , in the burning of the Richmond, 

Va., Theatre, Dec. 26, 1811 

Capt. Wilson, of this town, aged about 40 
years, drowned at sea from an armed priva- 
teer. American of Feb. 24, 181 5 

Capt. John, at Seekonk, in 52d year. He 
leaves a wife and 7 children ; killed by a 
blast of a rock at Kettle Point, June 6, 1815 

Henry, merchant, formerly of Providence, at 
New York, July 26, 1819 

Maria Aborn, daughter of the late Henry, 
aged 5 years, Aug. 19, 1820 

Baron Cornelius, native of Java, lost over- 
board from ship Gov. Tompkins, Nov. 9, 1820 

Maria Louisa, daughter of late Philip, Esq., 
at Philadelphia. American of April 20, 182 1 

Hannah, daughter of Dea. Calvin, at Reho- 
both, aged 45 years. Aug. 27, 1822 

Hannah Aborn, daughter of late Henry, aged 

5 years, 8 months, Nov. 15, 1822 

Marcy, widow of Capt, Wilson, in 70th year, May 18, 1823 

Isaac, of Rehoboth, Mass., at Havana, on 

board brig Fame. American of July 16, 1824 

Isaac, of Rehoboth, Mass., at Havana, on 
board brig Fame. American of July 23, 1824 

Adolphus, at Smithfield, in 38th year, Jan. 9, 1827 

Wilson, son of Nathaniel, Esq., of New York, 

at Central Falls, Smithfield, in 33d year, Feb. 12, 1827 

John, at Boston, aged 53 years. American of Feb. 19,1830 

Cyrus, Esq., at White Hall, near Church- 
town, Lancaster Co., Penn.; died very sud- 
denly in his chair. American of May 14, 1830 

Mrs. , at Seekonk, of the cholera, aged 

60 years. American of Sept. 25, 1832 

JACQUESWAYS , child of Nathan, at 

Newport, aged 17 months, Aug. 2, 1827 

JACQUES Freelove, wife of Amos, Esq., at 

Sterling, Ct, aged 63 years. American of Nov. 18, 1823 
JACQUEYS Nathan, at Newport, aged 73 years, 

a Revolutionary soldier, June 14, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



301 



JACQUIES Nathan, at Newport, formerly of 

South Kingstown, aged 70 years, 
JACQUITH Alexander, killed at Boston, a 

wheel passed over his head, 
JAMES Benjamin, in this town, in 40th year, 

Nathaniel, of this town, at Preston, Conn., in 
39th year. American of 

Sally, daughter of the late Capt. Benjamin, of 
Newport, in this town, in 46th year, 

Mrs. Annas, at Newport, aged 64 years. 
American of 

Benjamin, son of John M., in this town, aged 
6 years, 5 months. American of 

Mrs Catharine, in this town, in 59th year ; 
was daughter of the late William Downing, 
of Newport, 

John, formerly of Providence, at New Bed- 
ford, in 78th year, 

George, in 42d year, 

Samuel, Esq., in 71st year, suddenly, 

William, at New Bedford, aged 47 years, of 
Society of Friends. American of 

William, Esq., suddenly, aged 46 years, 

Mrs. Martha, wife of Capt. Benjamin, at New- 
port, aged 50 years. American of 

Emily, infant daughter of O. S., formerly of 
Hartford, Ct., aged 1 1 months, at Bristol, 

William Wallace, son of Ezra, £\ged i year, 10 
months, 

Nancy, wife of Benjamin, at Scituate, Mass., 
suddenly. American of 

Samuel, at Smithfield, in 47th year, 

Sister Mary (Catharine Cecelia Tyler, of 
Boston), at Washington City, at St. Vin- 
cent's Orphan Asylum, in 19th year. 
American of 

Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, at Newport, 
aged 83 years, 
JAMEISON Dr. Jesse, at Maryland. American 

of 
JAMIESON Susan, of Cranston, drowned near 

Field's Point, by oversetting of the boat, 
JANNEY Israel, in' Virginia, of Society of 

Friends, 
JANSEN Henry, a delegate to the convention 

at Albany, N. Y., suddenly, 
JASPER John, near Liverpool, stole a dead pig 
and fastened a rope around it and across 
his chest ; in resting, the rope slipped and 
hung the thief. American of 



March 28, .1823 

Oct. II, 1830 
May 8, 1809 

Sept. 18, 1810 

April s, 1812 

June 2, 1815 

Jan. 21, 1817 

March 12, i8r7 

Sept. 4, 1 82 1 

Oct. 6, 1822 

March 15, 1823 

Nov. 25, 1823 
Dec. 10, 1824 

July 12, 1825 

Aug. IS, 1825 

March 29, [826 

March 6, 1827 
June 21, 1830 



Nov. 30, 1830 

Aug. 3, 1831 

Aug. 6, i8i6 

Sept. 7, 1826 

Aug. II, J823 

Sept. 13, 1821 

April 30, 181 1 



302 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JASTRAM John, at Smithfield, aged 29 years, Oct. 10, 18 14 

Joseph, formerly of Providence, at Wilming- 
ton. N. C. American of iJec. 7, 1819 

Cynthia, widow of Joseph, and only surviv- 
ing daughter of Danforth P. Lyndon, Nov. 3, 1820 

Mary, wife of Mawney, in 47th year, Oct. 28, 1831 

George Bacon, son of Mawney, in this town, 

aged I year, 3 months, June 12, 1812 

JAY John, alias Todd, in this town, aged 14 

years, (colored), Nov. 18, 1809 

Sir James, Kt., M. D., and we believe 
brother of Judge Jay, in New Jersey. 
American of - Nov. 10, 1 8 1 5 

Hon. John, in Westchester Co., N. Y., aged 

85 years. May 18, 1829 

JEFFERS Sarah, at Newport, in 22d year. 

American of July 3'. 181 8 

Capt. Samuel, of Newport, aged 6$ years, at 

sea, on passage from Philadelphia, Oct. 31, 1820 

Mrs. , widow of Capt. Samuel, at New- 
port, April 9, 1 82 1 

Samuel, of Newport, in Valparaiso, aged 31 

years, Jan. — , 1826 

, alias Wansley, a mulatto, executed for 

piracy, at Ellis Island, N. Y. His age was 
about 23 years. American of April 27, 1831 

JEFFERSON Thomas, late President of the 

United States, at Monticello, Va , July 4, 1826 

JEFFRIES Dr. John, at Boston, aged 75 years. 

American of Sept. 24, 1819 

Dr. , killed by Dr. Smith, in a duel, 

in Arkansas, June 22, 1830 

JEFTS Aurora Safford, daughter of Augustus, 

aged 9 months, Feb. i, 1826 

JEHRUNG Gothlieb, native of Bavaria, near 

Tar Bridge, in Johnston, aged 46 years, March 16, 1822 

J:EMEISON Peter, of Monmouth Co., N. J., 
hung himself in a tavern, at Upper Free- 
Jiold, N. J. It is supposed he had previ- 
ously murdered his wife. American of Aug. 23, 1816 
JENCKES Mrs. Patience, wife of Thomas, at 

Smithfield, in 74th year, April 28, 1809 

Amos Thronp, Esq., in 32d year, at Havana, July 8, 1809 

Capt. Jeremiah, in this town, in 54th year, Sept. 7, 1809 

Mrs. Bethiah, in this town, in s8th year, Dec. 9, 1810 

Amity, widow of Henry, at Smithfield, in 

77th year, Feb. 5, 181 1 

Thomas, at Smithfield, in 75th year. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 25, 181 1 

Capt. Joseph, at Fairhaven, aged 33 years. 

American of Feb. 2, 1813 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



303 



JENCKES Comfort, in this town, in 47th year, 

Abigail, widow of Hon. John, in this town, 
in 69th year, 

Eben Crawford, youngest son of the late 
Ebenezer, in this town, in 15th year, 

Nathaniel M., at Pawtucket, 

Rev. Harvey, A. M., pastor of Baptist 
church, at Hudson, N. Y., aged 27 years, 

Sarah, wife of Ebenezer, at Cranston, in 39th 
year. American of 

Capt. William C, at sea, from ship Cynthia. 
American of 

William, at Wrentham, formerly of North 
Providence, in 91st year, 

Whipple, at Cumberland, in 24th year, 

Eleazer, Jr., at Pawtucket, 

Mary, wife of Joseph, and daughter of the 
late Col. Jarathmael Bovvers, of Somerset, 
Mass., at North Kingstown, 

Mary, wife of Stephen, daughter of Joshua 
Arnold, at Pawtucket, in 60th year. Amer- 
ican of 

Sally, wife of John C, aged 36 years, 

John, Esq., merchant, at Salem, Mass., aged 
66 years. American of 

Capt. Jabez, at Pawtucket, in 38th year, 

John, at Smithfield, in 82d year. American of 

Miss Mary, late of Pawtucket, at Wrentham; 
sermon by Rev. Mr. Potter, 

Rhoda, wife of Jarathmael, Esq., at Paw- 
tucket, in S7th year ; sermon by Dr. Bene- 
dict, Prov Xni : 32, 

Miss Freelove, in 68th year, 

Joseph, Esq , at Terre Haute, Ind , formerly 
of this state. 

Mrs. Rhoda, at Cumberland, suddenly, in 72d 
year. American of 

Thomas B., late of Providence, at Cumber- 
land, aged 33 years, 

William Codman, son of John C, at Rayn- 
ham, Mass., aged 10 months, 

Eliza Macpherson, daughter of George, at 
Pawtucket, aged 18 years, 

Rufus, son of Capt. John, at Smithfield, in 
22d year, 

Moses, at Pawtucket, in 69th year, 

Benjamin, at Cumberland, in 24th year, son 
of James. American of 

Clarissa Emeline, daughter of David, Esq., at 
Smithfield, aged i year, 12 days, 



Feb. 3, 


1813 


June 12, 


1813 


July 21, 
Jan. II, 


1813 
1814 


July IS, 


1814 


Aug. 19, 


1814 


Sept. s, 


1815 


Nov. 5, 

Jan. I, 

Jan. 10, 


18. S 
1816 
1816 



July 3, 



Oct. 18, 
May 8, 

Oct. 21, 

Oct. 22, 

March 3, 

March 4, 



April 3, 
April 22, 


1818 
1818 


Sept. 13, 


1818 


May 11, 


1819 


Aug. 20, 


1819 


Aug. 27, 


1819 


Nov. 21, 


1819 


April 14, 
April IS, 


1820 
1820 


May 2, 


1820 


Aug. 19, 


1820 



8i6 



816 
817 

817 
817 
818 

818 



304 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JENCKES Barton, formerly of North Providence, 
at Boston, aged 24 years, 

Capt. Thomas, formerly of Providence, at 
sea, on board ship Meridean, on passage to 
Liverpool from New Orleans. American 
of 

Joseph, at Smithfield, in 81st year, grandson 
of Gov. Joseph. 10 of his children with 
their wives and husbands attended him to 
the grave, 

Arnold, eldest son of Luke, at Wrentham, in 
23d year, 

Jerathmeil, at Pawtucket, aged SQ years, 

Mrs. Margaret, widow of Major Ichabod, at 
Pawtucket, in 79th year, 

Edward Anthony, son of John C, 

William Dexter, son of late Joseph, at Cum- 
berland, in 1 8th year. American of 

Fanny W., wife of Robert, at Nantucket, 
aged 24 years. American of 

Col. Eleazer, at Pawtucket, in 76th year, 

Lemuel, infant son of Ezra, 

Polly, wife of Ezra, aged 29 years, 

Sarah, widow of Capt. John, at Smithfield, in 
64th year, 

William, at Smithfield, aged 53 years, 

John Scott, formerly of Providence, at Regla, 
near Havana, 

Ezra, in 31st year, 

Abigail, wife of Capt. Alvin, and daughter 
of Major Cyrus Comstock, of Wrentham, 
at the Chocolate Mills village, near Paw- 
tucket, in 20th year, 

Eunice, wife of Robert, and daughter of Hon. 
Isaac Coffin, at Nantucket. American of 

Isaac Burr, infant son of Hollis K., at Cov- 
entry, aged 14 months, 12 days, 

Benjamin Burr, son of Hollis K., drowned at 
Coventry, in loth year, 

Lois, widow of Moses, at North Providence, 
aged 83 years. She has eight own sisters 
and two brothers now living whose united 
ages are 770 years, 

•George, at Pawtucket, aged 68 years, 

■George, 2d, at Pawtucket, in 40th year, 

Frederick A., formerly of Providence, at 
Charleston, S, C, aged about 35 years, 

Charles Williams, son of late Capt. William 
C, aged 14 years, 

Nehemiah, at Pawtucket, in 56th year, 



Nov. 27, 1 820 
Dec. 29, 1820 
Feb. 19, 1821 



June 4, 
June 13, 

July II, 
Aug. 16, 



1821 
1821 

1821 
1821 



Oct. 19, 1 82 1 



June II, 

Sept. 28, 

Oct. 3, 

Oct 8, 

Nov. 8, 
Feb. 4, 

June 25, 
Aug. 26, 



1822 
1822 
1822 
1822 

1822 
1823 

1823 
1823 



Sept. 5, 1823 

March 23, 1824 

Nov. 10, 1824 

Jan. 25, 1825 



March i, 1825 

May 25, 1825 

July 6, 1825 

July 17, 1825 

Oct. 14, 1825 
Nov. 22, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 305 

JENCKES Hannah, wife of Christopher, and 
daughter of late William Whipple, at 
Smithfield, in 91st year. She had 9 chil- 
dren, 56 grand, 102 great-grand, r2 great- 
great-grand, and 2 great-great -great-grand- 
children. She was one of 17 children of one 
family, Nov. 28, 1825 

Mrs. Hannah, at Smithfield, aged 92 years, Nov. 28, 1825 

George Edwin, infant son of George F., at 

Pawtucket, Jan. 4, 1826 

Freelove, wife of Isaac, of Charlton, Mass , 
and daughter of Major Nathan Dexter, at 
Charlton, aged 29 years, Jan. 10, 1826 

Elsa, wife of Capt. Alvin, at Central Falls, in 

26th year, Sept. 2, 1826 

, infant daughter of Capt. Alvin and Elsa, 

at Central Falls, aged i month, Sept. 13, 1826 

Silence, widow of late Col. Eleazer, aged 75 
years, Oct. 14, 1826 

Caroline, daughter of Daniel, at Smithfield, 

aged 13 years, April 13, 1827 

Frederick A., at Charleston, S. C, formerly 

of Rhode Island, Aug. 17, 1827 

Martha, wife of Gen. Charles, and daughter 
of Col. Elisha Mowry, of Smithfield, at 
Warehouse Point, Ct., aged about 50 years, March 11, 1828 

Sarah, widow of Capt. William C, aged 48 
years, March 21, 1828 

James, at Cumberland, aged 65 years, Aug. 24, 1828 

Albert Augustus, infant son of A. C, at Paw- 
tucket, Nov. 18, 1828 

William Wallace, son of C. D., at Pawtucket, 

aged 17 months, Nov. 18, 1828 

Obadiah, son of Ebenezer, Esq., at Savan- 
nah, Ga., in 27th year, April 7, 1829 

Edward S., of Massachusetts, seaman, at sea, 

from the Caledonia, May 6, 1829 

Jonathan B., at Pawtucket, in 34th year. 

American of Nov. 17, 1829 

Susannah, widow of Joshua, at Smithfield, in 

69th year, Feb. 15, 1830 

Elizabeth, wife of John, at Smithfield, aged 
60 years, March 20, 1831 

Betsey, widow of George, and daughter of 
Shadrack Miller, of Westboro, Mass., at 
Pawtucket, in 40th year, Aug. 4, 1831 

Ephraim, at Valley Falls, suddenly, aged 60 
years, Dec. 11, 1831 

Walter Paine, son of Mr. H. , aged 11 

months, May 28, 1832 



306 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JENKINS Jeremiah. Fones, merchant, m this 
ttDwn, in 6oth year, 
Mehitable, of Berwick, at Dover, N. H.. aged 

84 years, Friend preacher. American of 
Sarah, at Elliott, N. H., Friend minister, 

aged 93 years. American of 
Hon. Robert, mayor of Hudson, N. Y., 
thrown overboard by the boom on sloop 
John Hancock. The injury caused his 
death, 
Hannah A., wife of William, merchant, 

Mr. , killed bylightning while plowing 

in the field, in Virginia. Amerii^an of _ 
John, a teacher of penmanship, at Wilming- 
ton, Del. American of 
Anna, wife of Tristam, at Nantucket, aged 70 

years. American of 
Tristatn, at Nantucket, aged 84 years. 

American of 
William Almy, infant son of William and 

Anna A., aged 17 months, 
Mary, widow of J. F„ of Providence, at New 
Haven, aged 65 years, 
JENKINSON Elizabeth S., daughter of Richard 

F., aged 7 years, 
JENNER Dr. , the discoverer of vaccina- 
tion, in England, aged 74 years. Ameri- 
can of 
JENNINGS Oliver, in 44th year, 
William, in 22d year, 

Lucy daughter of late Oliver, in 19th year, 
Rosario, of R hoboth, on coast of Africa, 
Benjamin, of Boston, at Providence, aged 34 

years. American of 
John, at Cape May. of cholera. American of 
JENNISON Samuel, at Cranston, suddenly, 

Samuel, at Millbury, aged 97 years. Ameri- 
can of 
Andrew B., late of Cambridgeport, at Baton 
Rouge, aged 29 years. American of 
JERAULD Capt. Samuel G., at Norfolk, Va., 
George, at Pawtucket, in 1 5th year, drowned 

at the Falls, 
Dr. Gorton, formerly of Warwick, at Preston, 
Ind., in 70th year, 
JERNIGAN Dr. Martin, near Kaskaskia, III, 
was shot accidentally by his brother while 
out turkey shooting. American of 
JEROME John, at Boston, aged 89 years, native 
of France, came with Gen. Lafayette and 
served with him in the war. American of 



May 2, 1 814 
Dec. 1, 1815 
Dec. I, 1815 

Nov. 10, 1819 
Dec. 29, 1819 

Aug. 19, 1823 

Oct. 31, 1823 

Dec. 2, 1824 

Oct. 2, 1829 

Sept. II, 1830 

Oct. 21, 1830 

March 17, 1826 



March 14, 1823 

Jan. 22, 1822 

May 28, 1824 

May I, [825 

Feb. — , 1826 

Jan. 1, 1830 

July 27, 1832 

P"eb. S, 1818 

Nov. 16, 1824 

Sept. II, 1829 
April 20, 1 812 

March 2, 18 18 

July 5, 1821 



Nov. 4, 1 83 1 



Nov. 27, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 307 

JESSE , a negro, executed at Cheraw, S. C, 

for setting fire to a house Christmas day. 

American of Feb. 12, 1828 

JESSUP Samuel, at Lincolnshire, aged 65 years. 

The great pill taker ; he is said to have 

taken in 21 years 229,934 pills, or 29 a day ; 
I the latter part of his life it averaged 78 a 

day, in addition to 40,000 bottles of mix- 
ture. American of Aug. 15, 1817 
JOUVET Louis, at Newport, in 65 th year. 

American of Sept. 8, 1815 

JEWETT Jonathan, at Northampton, Mass., a 

suicide, hung himself in his cell ; was to 

be executed that same day for the murder 

of his father, Nov. 9, 1815 

John P., at Hartford, Conn., aged 35 years, 

one of the crew of the ship Boston lost at 

Nootka Sound in 1802. American of Jan. 23, 1821 

David M., at Lyme, jumped from thereof of 

his house while insane. May 8, 1821 

Dr. David, at Newport, aged 43 years, late of 

Massachusetts, Nov. 23, 1821 

Eleanor M., wife of Rev. Paul, of Fairhaven, 

Mass., at Salem, aged 30 years, while on 

a visit. American of Oct. 8, 1822 

Paul, Esq., at Rowley, Mass., aged 90 years, Aug. 29, 1828 
Julia, at Berlin, Ct., aged 76 years, Feb. S, 1829 

JILLSON Rebecca, wife of David, suddenly, at 

Attleboro. American of Dec. n, 182 1 

Elizabeth, wife of Uriah, at Cumberland, 

aged 69 years. Society of Friends, March 17, 1822 

Luke, at Cumberland, aged 68 years, Jan. 6, 1823 

Silas C, son of Uriah, at Cumberland, aged 

24 years, July 14, 1823 

Pardon Potter, infant son of Pardon P., aged 

18 months, Aug. 27, 1823 

Nathaniel, at Cumberland, in 75th year, sol- 
dier of the Revolution, Dec. 22, 1823 
William, Esq., formerly of Cumberland, at 

Windham, Ct., m 40th year, May 8, 1831 

JIM, a negro, executed in North Carolina, for 

murder of his master, Aug. 23, 1816 

JOE and MOLLY, negroes, executed at Con- 
cord, N. C, for murder of Mrs. Long, May 30, 1828 
JOE, colored, aged 19 years, drowned himself 

while running to escape punishment, at 

Norfolk, Va. American of June 15, 1830 

JOERS Mrs. Mary, in England ; in will gives an 

annuity of ;^20 per annum to support her 

pet cat and dog, and on their death to the 



308 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JOERS : 

one who takes care of thera if they kindly 

carry out her wishes. American of Nov. 19, 1813 

JOHNSON Capt. Francis, U. S. Army, in Mis- 
sissippi territory. American of May 9, 1809 
Jack (colored), aged about 18 years, died 

at the house of William Jones, Nov. 25, 1809 

John, at Dana, Mass., about Jan. 21, 1810 

Capt. Hogan, late master of schooner Inde- 
pendence of Providence, at Savannah, Ga., 

aged 34 years, Feb. 12, 1811 
, killed by Handy, while gunning, 

at Smithfield, May 26, 1811 

Silena, daughter of Capt. Elisha, aged 20 

years, at Windsor, Vt., 50 young ladies 

preceded the corpse, to the burial ground. 

American of Nov. 12, 181 1 

Hon. Benjamin, at West Greenwich, in 65th 

year; was one of the justices of the Su- 
preme Court, Aug. 22, 1 813 
JOHNSTON Mrs. Abigail, wife of Ebenezer, in 

this town, May 28, 1814 

JOHNSON Isaac (colored), aged 36 years ; while 

trying to save Benjamin Pearce from 

drowning, at Litchfield American of Aug. 6, 1816 

Hon. Samuel, formerly Governor of North 

Carolina, and later Judge in Superior 

Court, at Shewarky, N. C, aged 83 years. 

American of Sept. 10, 1 816 

Resolved, at Thompson, Ct., in 6sth year, Feb. i6, 1817 

Hon. John, in Ohio, one of ihe Supreme 

Judges of Indiana. American of Sept. 2, 1817 

Charles, in this town, in soth year. American 

of Sept. 16, 1817 

Lt. Gen. William .S , in England. He was at 

Quebec in 1756, and at Bunker Hill, where 

he was severely wounded. American of April 14, 1818 

Major Matthew R.,at Newport, in s6th year. 

American of May 15, 181 8 

Thomas, executed at Hamilton, Bermuda, for 

the murder of a man of the same name, May 20, 1810 

William, at Scituate, was suffocated in a well. 

American of July 20, 1819 

Thomas, first governor of Maryland, at Fred- 

erickstown, aged 88 years, Oct. 26, 1819 

William Samuel, LL.D., late president of Co- 
lumbia College, and eldest son of Rev. Dr. 

Johnson, the first president ; was born at 

Stratford 1727, graduated at Yale 1744, 

studied at Harvard, also died at said place 

of birth, Nov. 4, 1819 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 309 

JOHNSON J , of the Theatre, aged 60 years, 

at New York. American of Nov. 5, 1819 

Waterman, at North Providence, in 34th year, March 15, 1820 

William, seaman, at Havana. American of May 2, 1820 

Lieut. Samuel B., of U. S. Marine Corps, on 
board U. S. Ship Macedonian, in the South 
Seas, May 30, 1820 

Mrs. , at Lansinburgh, from eating 

poisonous plants. American of July 14, 1820 

Hope, wife of Capt. Samuel, of Middletown, 

Ct., aged 63 years, Sept. 24, 1820 

George William, aged 27 years, mate of brig 
Pegasus, eldest son of Ebenezer, of Provi- 
dence, at Havana, April 25. 1821 

Mrs. Mary, at Salem, aged 81 years, a widow, 
run over by a wagon while crossing the 
street. American of May 25, 1821 

Miss .Statira, at Warwick, m 19th year, July 23, 1821 

John Henry, son of John, bookseller, of Prov- 
idence, at Gorham, Me., Dec. 14, 1821 

John A., aged 72 years. Pensioner of the Rev- 
olution, April 20, 1822 

John C., at Warwick, aged 28 years. Ameri- 
can of July 12, 1822 

Fanny S., wife of Charles, and daughter of 
late Thomas Cutler, of Providence, at Wil- 
mington, N. C, aged 36 years, Sept. — , 1822 

F , his wife and two daughters, at New 

Orleans, of the fever. American of Oct. 11, 1822 

Rev. Gordon, at Kilhngly, Ct., aged 56 years. 
American of May 16, 1823 

JOHNSTONE Capt. J., of the Royal Navy, in 
England, aged 59 years. He was master of 
the brig Chatham which accompanied Van- 
couver round the world. American of May 27, 1823 
JOHNSON Richard, of Rhode Island, in New 
York Hospital, aged 28 years. American 
of June 10, 1823 

Thomas, of New York, at Savannah, 

between Aug. 10 and 17, 1823 

Anthony, of Germantown, Penn., in 78th 
year, of Society of Friends. American of Aug. 26, 1823 

Adam, at Pelham, N. H. He gave by will 
;j!S,ooo to Amherst College. American of Sept. 5, 1823 

Patience, widow of Augustus, at Newport, 
aged 88 years. American of Sept. 30, 1823 

Mary, wife of Nathan, at Jewett City, Ct., 

aged 45 years. American of Jan. 6, 1 824 

Samuel (colored), aged 41 years, Jan. 26, 1824 

Rev. Daniel, a licentiate of Princeton Semi- 
nary, at Newport, Aug. 9, 1824 



glQ VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JOHNSON John, Esq., Chancellor of the State 

of Maryland, suddenly, on his way to Bed- 
ford Springs. American of Aug. lo, 1824 
Benjamin, seaman, formerly of Newport, at 

the Hospital, Bristol, Sept. 9, 1824 

Mrs. Maria L., wife of Rev. Evan M., for- 
merly of Newport, at Newtown, L. I., aged 

27 years. American of July 26, 1825 

Elizabeth, widow of Resolved, of Thompson, 

Ct., at Providence, aged 74 years, Aug. 20, 1825 

Capt. Nicholas, at Newburyport, aged 73 

years. Said to be the first New England 

Captain to display the Stars and Stripes on 

the river Thames, Eng. American of Nov. 8, 1825 

Eliza, aged 21 years, Feb 23, 1826 

Mary S., wife of Benedict, daughter of John 

Westgate, of Tiverton, at Warwick, in 21st 

year, April 22, 1826 

Hannah, wife of Dr. Cyrus, at Newport, aged 

38 years, June 13, 1826 

Mrs. Phebe, at the residence of John B. Wil- 
kinson, Esq., in Limestone Co., S. C, in 

114th year, July 6, 1826 

William, at Taunton, aged 87 years, July 21, 1826 

Polly, wife of Timothy, at Worcester, in 54th 

year, Aug. 8, 1826 

Mary Angell, infant daughter of Benjamin 

G., at Coventry, aged 15 months, 11 days, Oct. 14, 1826 

Peter, seaman, at sea on board brig Baltic. 

American of July 17, 1827 

George Waterman, infant son of Benjamin 

G., at Coventry, Aug, 12, 1828 

Richard, aged 16 years, "" July 8, 1828 

Miss Amelia, at Slatersville, aged 28 years, 

formerly of Mendon. American of Sept. 9, 1828 

Miss Amelia, at Slatersville, formerly of 

Mendon, aged 23 years. American of , Sept. 12, 1828 

John, Esq., at Sault Ste. Marie, aged 65 years. 

He settled at Falls of St. Marie in 1791; 

became a fur trader ; married an Indian 

chief's daughter, by whom he had 8 chil- 
dren, whom he educated with much care, 

one of whom married Mr. Schoolcraft, Sept. 22, 1828 

William, infant son of John L., Oct. 5, 1828 

William, (colored) found in the canal basin, 

drowned. American of Feb. 24, 1829 

■Catharine, executed at Blackwell Island, 

New York, for murder, May 7, 1829 

Sir John, Bart., at Montreal. American of Jan. 26, 1830 

Lucy (colored), killed by Catharine Hayward 

(white). American of July 23, 1830 



i RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 311 

JOHNSON Amanda Malvina, infant daughter 

of R. G. American of Aug. 24, 1830 

Thomas, seaman, of brig John Decatur, at 

sea, of fever. American of Sept. 21, 1830 

John, master of the Monopolist ; perished in 

shipwreck at sea, off Cape Island, Del., Dec. 5, 1830 

Capt. Benjamin, at Manchester, Mass., aged 

33 years ; was third in command under 

Croghan, in defence of Fort Sandusky 

against Proctor. American of -Jan. 7, 1831 

Priscilla, widow of Abraham, at Enfield, aged 

102 years, 6 months. She had lived in the 

town 39 years and had never required a 

doctor. Her descendants are 9 children, 

75 grand, 182 great-grand, 6 great-great- 
grandchildren. American of March 8, 1831 
Elizabeth, at Boston, aged 24 years. Amer- 
ican of April 22, 1 83 1 
Solon, at Boston, aged 28 years. American 

of April 27, 1 83 1 

Henry Gushing, only son of John, aged 6 

years, 5 months, July 4, 1831 
, was shot while lying in bed asleep, at 

Franklin, Howard Co., Mo. American of Jan. 20, 1832 

Job, at Foster, aged ^^ years, May 24, 1832 

Francis Kennedy, only son of Lieut. Edward 

S., aged 18 months, June 27, 1832 

Benjamin P., at Norwalk, Ct., thrown from 

his carriage, Aug. 8, 1832 

Nathan, at Berlin, Mass., aged 84 years; was 

at Bunker Hill and declared he fired the 

last shot at the enemy. American of Jan. 8, 1833 

JOHONOT Francis, Esq., late U. S. Navy 

Agent, at Boston, Oct. 20, 1815 

JONES Major Gersham, in this town, in s8th 

year. Masonic honors. May i, 1809 

Catharine S., infant daughter of Josiah, in 

this town, Aug. 31, 1809 

Gov. Merriweather, of Upper Louisiana, by 

suicide. American of Nov. 17, 1809 

Ebenezer, at Rehoboth, m 46th year. Ma- 
sonic honors, Jan. 30, :8ii 
Ruel, at Spencer, Mass., aged 22 years, per- 
ished in the snow storm, Dec. 24, 181 1 
Mrs. Elizabeth, in this town, formerly of 

Newport, in 8sth year, Oct. 3, 1812 

William, 2d, of this town, at Smithfield, aged 

30 years ; he fell from the third floor of 

Samuel Nightingale & Co.'s factory. 

American of Oct. 19, 1813 



3X2 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

JONES Josiab, one of the editors of the Patriot, 

in this town. Feb. 23. 1814 

Mrs. Mary, in the Isle of Skye, Scotland, 

aged 127 years; she had lived to see the 

sixth generation. American of July iS. 1814 

Walker, a native of the Sandwich Islands, 

aged 20 years. American of July iS. 1814 

Hon. William, nephew of the late Gen. Mont- 
gomery, and brother of the present Lord 

Renslagh, at Redhook, N. Y. American 

of March 10, 1815 

Maior Benjamin Dunn, in this town, in 32d 

year, April 9. 18 15 

Thomas, merchant, brother of the governor, 

in 60th year, April 13, 18 15 

John Peirce, an elder in the Baptist church, 

and brother of the governor, in 67th year, April 16, 1815 
Abel, late of Bristol, died in Kentucky. 

American of Oct. 24, 1815 

Henry A., of Pearson Co., Va., murdered by 

two negro women and negro Jim, April 26, i8i6 

William, merchant ; he threw a cigar stump 

into some loose powder ; the result was 

the destruction of himself and his store, at 

Fredericksburg, Va American of July 30, 1816 

Samuel, in Ohio, shot through the heart by 

Jacob Lewis, in a dispute over a saddle. 

American of Jan. 10, 18 17 

Samuel E., son of the late Major Gershom, of 

this town, at Utica, N. Y., in 34th year. 

American of 
Mrs. Mary, in this town, aged 87 years. 

American of 
Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, formerly of Prov- 
idence, at Louisville, Ky., 
Mrs. Harriet, daughter of Christopher Hill, 

aged 27 years, 
Samuel, murdered by Jacob Lewis, at Lones- 

ville, O. American of 
Rev. Absalom, rector of African church of 

St. Thomas, at Philadelphia. American of 
Jeremiah, of this town, at Savannah, Ga., in 

30th year ; leaves wife and two children, 
Spencer, son of the late Ebenezer, of See- 

konk, in 17th year, 
Samuel, Esq., attorney at law, at New York. 

.'Xnierican of 
.Samuel, Esq., at Milford, Mass., aged 75 

years, many years member of Massachu- 
setts legislature. American of Jan. 18, 1820 



April 4, 


1817 


5ept. 16, 


1817 


Oct. 29, 


1817 


Oct. 29, 


1817 


Dec. 16, 


1817 


Feb. 27, 


1818 


July 22, 


1819 


Dec. 5, 


1819 


Dec. 7, 


1819 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 318 

JONES William, seaman, perished in the wreck 

of the schooner Quaker, March 6, 1820 

James, son of late Major Gershom, of this 
town, at New York, in 37th year. Ameri- 
can of Maj 9, 1820 

Benoni Pearce, son of Dr. James, aged i 

year, July 3 r, 1820 

Capt. Jenkins D., of schooner Huntress, late 

of Providence, at Mobile Point, Oct. i, 1820 

Desire, widow of Major Gershom, in 67th 

year, Nov. 17, 1820 

John A., of Stamford, Ct., at sea, on board 

U. S Ship Cyane. American of Jan. 5, 1821 

Miss Eliza D., at Newport, in 29th year. 

American of Feb. 6, 1821 

Susan, wife of Benjamin, in 71st year, Feb. 24, 1821 

Williams, at Foster, in 36th year, Oct. 12, 1821 

Hon. William, aged 67 years; for six years 
was governor of the state; formerly had 
served in the Assembly ; was a soldier in 
the Revolution and seervd also in the Navy, April g, 1822 

Rev. W., at Broxburn, Eng. Twelve years 
since, he was ill and ordered his cofifin made; 
recovering, he used it as a bookcase. Two 
days before he died he said he should use 
it and ordered the books taken out. Amer- 
ican of April 12, 1822 

Mary, wife of Horace, Esq., at St. Albans, 

Vt., aged 40 years, June 18, 1822 

Sally C. B., daughter of Horace, Esq., of St. 
Albans, Vt., at Greenfield, Mass., aged 17 
years, June 18, 1822 

James, of Boston, on his return from Au- 
gusta, Ga.. Sept. I, 1822 

Rev. Henry T., formerly editor of Southern 
Intelligencer, at Somerville, S. C. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 2, 1823 

Seth, at Raynham, aged 82 years. Amer- 1 

ican of Oct. ro, 1823 

Capt. Zephaniah, at Berkeley, aged 85 years. 

American of Nov. 28, 1823 

Benjamin, at Taunton, aged 57 years, July 12, 1824 

Lucinda, wife of Emanuel, daughter of Jona- 
than Nichols, of Providence, on Sullivan's 
Island, near Charleston, S. C, Sept. 29, 1824 

Mrs. Ruth, in 82d year ; had been a professor 

more than 50 years, Aug. 16, 1825 

Ebenezer, suffocated in a well at Ashburn- 

ham, Mass., Aug. 31, 1825 

John, at Tiverton, aged 20 years, Sept. 7, 1825 



314 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JONES Lieut. John, Jr., at Wellington, Mass., 

aged 25 years. American of Sept. 13, 1825 

Joanna, at Taunton, aged 16 years, Oct. 5, 1825 

Tliomas G., of Providence, at Smithfield, in 

22dyear, Feb. 4, 1826 

Daniel, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 

Frances Mary, at sea, between Feb. 23d and March 5, 1826 
John, apprentice boy, nephew of Owen, per- 
ished in the wreck of the Frances Mary, at 

sea, between Feb. 23d and|;March S, 1826 

John, a boy, perished in the wreck of the 

F"rances Mary, at sea, between Feb. 23, and March 5, 1826 
William Wallace, infant son of Ezra, March 29, 1826 

Stephen, at Glocester, in 76th year, June 13, 1826 

Benjamin, formerly of Newport, in 82d year, 

soldier of the Revolution, July S, 1826 

Josiah, at North Kingstown, in 35th year, July 5, 1826 

Caroline Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 

Thomas, of Louisville, Ky., at Providence, 

in isth year, Nov. 18, 1826 

Eliah, of Chesterfield, Mass, thrown from his 

stage and killed, Dec. 21, 1826 

Caroline Elizabeth, infant daughter of John 

P., Esq., March 28, 1828 

Fanny Maria, only daughter of Capt. Peleg 

E., at Bristol, aged i year, 10 months, July 18, 1828 

Samuel, found dead in the woods, at Rose 

Wayne Co., N. Y.; was murdered. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 19, 1828 
, wife of O. S., formerly of Hartford, Ct., 

at Bristol, very suddenly, Sept. i, 1828 

Rev. Cave, aged 59 years, chaplain U. S. 

Navy, at Brooklyn, N. Y. American of Feb. 6, 1829 

Joseph H., of St. Louis, merchant, a suicide ; 

i^4,ooo had been placed in his keeping ; he 

left a note saying he did not take the 

money or his relatives. American of Feb. 20, 1829 

Walter, Jr., eldest son of Gen. Walter, at 

Washington City, in 19th year, April 4, 

William, at Seekonk, aged 62 years, June 22, 

Elizabeth, at Seekonk, aged 82 years, Sept. 7, 

Edward, chief clerk of the U. S. treasury, at 

Washington, aged 74 years, 9 months. 

American of Sept. 25, 

Benjamin, at Hillsboro, N. H., aged 83 years, 

dropped dead in the field. American of Oct. 23, 

Edward, late chief clerk in Treasury De- 
partment, at Washington, aged 74 years. 

American of 
John Coffin, Esq., at Boston. American of 



1829 
1829 
1829 



1829 
1829 



Oct. 23, 
Oct. 30, 



1829 
1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



315 



JONES Abraham, A. B.. at Boston, aged i8 
years. American of 

Mary, wife of John, aged 55 years, 37 years 
member of 2d Baptist church of Newport, 
at Providence, 

John, formerly of England, at Boston, aged 72 
years. American of 

Capt. Peleg G., of Bristol, lost at sea in the 
wreck of his vessel, the brig Olive Branch, 

, a clerk, at Pittsburgh, Penn., suicide. 

American of 

Henry Percival, son ot William, at Boston, 
aged 17 years. American of 

Mrs. Martha W., wife of W , of Charles- 
ton, S. C, at Boston, aged 34 years. She 
was a native of Savana La Mar, Jamaica, 
educated in Boston and 13 years past resi- 
dent of Charleston, S. C, 

Benjamin, at New York Hospital, aged 55 
years. American of 

Mr. and a child, perished at sea in a 

shipwreck. American of 

Gersham, son of late Major Gersham, 

Hon. William, late collector of the port of 
Philadelphia, and formerly secretary of the 
Navy, at Bethlehem, Penn. American of 

Anne, widow of late Gov. William, in 67th 
year, 

Joseph, son of Alexander, Esq., of Provi- 
dence, at Tampico, aged about 32 years. 
American of 

Samuel, drowned in New York harbor, 

JORDAN Mrs. , at St. Cloud, near Paris, 

an actress. She had a large family of chil- 
dren by the Duke of Clarence, many of 
whom havt distinguished themselve.s. It 
was understood that the Duke and she 
were married secretly although the laws of 
the realm would not allow a public ac- 
knowli dgement. American of 

Mr. Camille, member of House of Deputies, 
Paris. American of 

Thomas, seaman, at sea on board ship Wash- 
ington, on passage from Canton to Ham- 
burg. American of 
JOURDAN , colored, 



at the New York 
American of 
Newport, in 70th 



Hospital, of small pox 
JOURNAGAN Eliphal, at 

year. American of 
JOUVET Peter, chief mate of brig Brutus, lost 

overboard, 



Jan. IS, 1830 

Feb. I, 1830 

March 26, 1830 

March 26, 1830 

April 6, 1830 

May 25, 1830 

Sept. 2, 1830 

Dec. 14, 1830 

Jan. 7, 1 83 1 
May 28, 1 83 1 

Sept. 13, 1 83 1 
Feb. 10, 1832 



March 9, 1832 
Dec. 2, 1832 



Aug. 23, 1816 
July 13, 1821 

Jan. 13, 1824 

Oct. 25, 1831 

; March 28, 1820 

Nov. IS, 1822 



316 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



JOY Francis, at Nantucket, merchant, aged 83 
years. American of 
Josiah, at Cranston, in s6th year, 
George, eldest son of Samuel, at Cranston, 

aged 36 years, 
John, at Boston, aged 73 years. American of 
Christopher, at Boston, aged 25 years. Amer- 
ican of 
JUDGE Rev. Hilliard, Methodist, at Winnisbor- 

ough, S. C. American of 
JUDSON Almira, at Ashford, Ct.,"aged 16 years. 
American of 
Elnathan, surgeon U. S. Navy, at Washing- 
ton City, 
Sarah, wife of Philo, at New York, aged 60 
years, 
JUNE Daniel, at Brandon, Vt., aged 60 years, 
from a blow of a lever he was using in 
raising a stone. American of 
JUNER Amos, aged 58 years, 
JUSTIN Samuel, in this town, in 31st year, 
Mrs. Mary, in 65th year, 
Philip, Jr., aged 20 years, 



Sept. 20, 1822 
Nov. 2, 1827 

Jan. 18, 1829 
March 9, 1830 

Aug. 10, 1830 

May 5, 1820 

May 20, 1825 

May 8, 1829 

March 12, 1831 



May 14, 1830 
Jan. 18, 1827 

May 13, 1812 

Jan. 4, 1816 

June 6, 1831 



K 



KALBFLEISH J. A., alias Thomas Allen, na- 
tive of Flanders, at St. Bias, on board ship 
Asia, 

KALILE Martin, suicide by hanging, near Ham- 
ilton, O. American of 

KAMINSY Count, Commander of the Russian 
Army, after the removal of Benigsen, aged 
70 years. American of 

KANE Archibald, merchant, at Port au Prince. 
American of 

KAST Dr. Thomas, at Boston, aged 70 years. 
American of 

KAULL Hiram, son of John, at Newport, aged 
19 years, suddenly, 

KAYSER J. , at New Orleans, of the fever. 

American of 

KEECH Stephen, at Glocester, in 60th year, 
Vihlia A., daughter of Peter, at Cumberland, 
in 22d vear. 



Aug. 15, 1821 
Aug. 18, 1829 

Jan. 12, 1810 

Nov. 21, 1817 

June 30, 1820 

Oct. 28, 1824 

Oct. II, 1822 
March 27, 1814 

April 19, 1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 317 

KEECH Abraham, at Otsego, N. Y., formerly 

at Smithfield, in 75th year. American of_ May 15, 182^1 
Peter, in 52d year, . Aug. 27, 1823 

Betsey, wife of Asel, at Burrillville, in 5 2d 

year, Nov. 18, 1829 

Phebe, wife of Zephaniah, in 37th year, Dec. 13, 1831 

KEELER Major Isaac, at New York, in 72d 

year. He served the entire period of the 

Revolution as a Lieutenant and later as 

Captain in the Connecticut Lme. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 2, 1825 
J. B., died at sea, on board ship Louisiana, July 26, 1827 
Benjamin, at Pittsfield, aged 89 years. He 

came to the town 73 years ago, and 5 

years after its first settlement in 1752. 

The town has 4,000 souls. American of Nov. 19, 1830 
KEEMER Thomas, private U. S. Army; was 

sentenced to be shot but reprieved while 

kneeling on his coffin. He lent his clothes 

to a prisoner to escape, April 22, 1814 

KEENE Miss Alice, in this town, in 44th year, May 3, 1815 

Anna, widow, of Charles, Esq., aged 72 years, Nov. 9, 1815 

Mrs. , widow of Ebenezer, at Fairhaven. 

American of April 26, 1816 

Anna Hall, infant daughter of Josiah, in this 

town, aged 19 years, Sept. 4, 18 17 

Sally and Mary, daughters of John, at Valley 

Falls, aged 15 and 13 years, drowned one 

in trying to rescue the other, Dec. 11, 1822 

Abby, wife of Josiah, in 42d year, Oct. 5, 1827 

Harriet F., only daughter of Josiah, in 20th 

year, Aug. 29, 1829 

Elisha. at Greene, Me., aged 65 years, native 

of Taunton, Mass. American of April 29, 183 1 

Mrs. Anna W., wife of Major Josiah, and 

daughter of William Wilkinson, Esq., in 

37th year, Sept. 14, 1831 

KEER William, at -Lock, Penn., his three young- 
est children died the same day and were 

all buried in the same grave, Sept. 11, 1816 

KEFFINGTON Sarah, wife of Benjamin, and 

daughter of Ebenezer Chace, at Somerset, 

aged 22 years, Sept. 20, 1831 

KEISER Capt. C, U. S. Army, at Fort Haw- 
kins. American of Nov. 5, 1819' 
KEITH Major Zephaniah, formerly of Easton, 

Mass., at Pittsford, Vt., in 90th year, Jan. 29, 1820. 

Cyrus R., son of Cyrus, of Providence, at 

Charleston, S. C, aged 26 years, Dec. 16, 1822 

Major John, of Georgetown, S. C, at North 

Island, S. C. American of Oct. 3, 1823 



318 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KEITH Lieut. Solomon, at Bridgewater, aged 

74 years. American of Nov. 25, 1823 

C. M., native of l^ridgewater, at Charleston, 

S. C, of the fever, Sept. 10, 1824 

James, Esq., at Alexandria, D. C. aged 50 

years ; was Mayor of the city when a public 

dinner was given to Gen. Lafayette 40 

years ago and the day the General again 

visited the place was the last of his useful 

life. American of Oct. 24, 1824 

Zilpah, at Bridgewater, in 86th year. Amer- 
ican of Sept. 26, 1828 
Cornelius, at Bath, Me., aged 75 years, a Rev- 
olutionary pensioner. American of Jan. 19, 1830 
KELLER John C, of this town, at New Orleans, 

in 42d year. American of Aug. 26, 1817 

Rev. William, Baptist, in Jefferson Co., Ky., 

aged 47 years. American of Dec. 30, 1817 

KELLERMAN Marshall, duke of Volmy. In 

France. American of Nov. 17, 1820 

KELLEY Priscilla,daughter of Daniel, at Warren, 

in 28th year, Feb. 17, 18 10 

John, drowned In Bristol Harbor, fell over- 
board from privateer Yankee, Feb. 28, 18 14 
Edward, drowned from on board the Privateer 

Yankee, in Bristol Harbor, in February ; 

was found April 20: After sermon by Rev. 

Mr. Wight, was interred. American of May 27, 1814 

Erastus, native of Newport, son of Rev. Eras- 

tus, formerly pastor of Baptist Church at 

Harrisburg, Pa, Jan. 18, 1817 

Mack, at New York, found dead in a shed 

partly naked, died from cold and exposure. 

American of Feb. 18, 1820 

Patience, wife of Asa, at Mendon, in 63d year, Oct. 13, 1821 

Joseph, at Warren, aged 84 years, March 27, 1822 

Col. James, cashier of the State Bank, killed 

in a duel with Russell Hatsford, in Vandalia, 

111. American of Aug. 12, 1823 

Dr. Marcus N., at Charleston, S. C. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 17, 1824 
Church, at Warren, in 47th year. American 

of May 13, 1825 

Mary, aged about 90 years, Sept. 8, 1825 

Alexander, seaman, perished in the wreck of 
the Francis Mary, at sea, 

between Feb. 23, and March 5, 1826 
Michael, a musical composer, in 64th year, 

at Margrave, Eng. American of Nov. 17, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 319 

KELLEY Joseph James, son of Joseph, of 

Warren, drowned at sea, March — , 1827 

John, his wife presented him with 5 children 
at one birth, who all died about a year ago, 
she also had 5 at a birth and a year before 
2 making 12 children in about 2 years. 
They are natives of Ireland, now are at 
Mercer, Penn. American of Aug. 24, 1827 

John, formerly of Warren, at Swanzey, Nov. 9, 1827 

Levi, executed, for murder, at Coopers- 
town, N. Y. American of Jan. 4, 1828 
Martha, wife of Edward, formerly of Warren, 

at Pawtucket, in 52d year, suddenly, Jan. 10, 1829 

Daniel, at Roxbury, aged 40 years. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 9, 1829 
Michael, executed at Montreal, for murder of 

Sergeant O'Neill. American of Oct. 12, 1830 

Miss Bethany, at Piarnstable, aged 30 years. 

American of Dec. 17, 1830 

Jesse, at Matanzas, formerly of Providence, in 

22d year. American of Feb. 18, 1831 

KELLEGG Eli, from New England, in Wash- 
ington Co., Miss. Ter., from a cold and a 
fall, Oct. 18, 181 1 

KELLOGG Austm, at Smithfield, Penn. His 
house caught fire and his wife and child 
perished in the flames, Jan. 28, 1820 

KELSEY Dr. , at Rochester, N. Y., killed 

by a falling tree. American of Sept. 6, 1825 

KELTON Mary, daughter of the late Stephen, 

in this town, in 30th year, Aug. 12, 1810 

Waite, widow of Stephen, in 8ist year. So- 
ciety of Friends, Dec. 20, 1820 
KILTON Lucippa, at Smithfield, in 48th year, 

formeriy of Johnston, Feb. 5, 1823 

John Jenckes, at Coventry, in 7Sth year, Feb. 29, 1824 

Sarah, widow of John J., at Coventry, aged 
81 years, Dec. i, 1832 

KEMBLE Stephen George, the English Come- 
edian, in England, aged 64 years. Ameri- 
can of Aug. 2, 1822 
John Philip, the British Tragedian. In Switz- 
erland, in 66 year; was brother of Mrs. 
Siddons. American of May 2, 1823 

KEMP Bishop , killed 'by overturning of a 

stage, in Maryland. American of Nov. 9, 1 827 

KEMPER Prof. , of the University, at 

Leyden. American of Sept. 14, 1824 

KEMPTON Mary, wife of Silas, at New Bed- 
ford, aged 40 years. American of July 19, 1825 



320 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KEMPTON Egbert B., son of Silas, Esq., at New 
Bedford, 

Joseph, aged 26 years, son of Capt. William, 
of Boston, on board ship New Orleans of 
New York; was returning from a two 
years residence in South America. Amer- 
ican of 

Mrs. Ruth, at New Bedford, aged 82 years. 
American of 
KENDALL Sarah Holroyd, daughter of Noah, 
in this town, aged 8 months, 

Sylvanus, at Baltimore, formerly of West- 
minster. Mass., in 26th year, 

Mrs. Charlotte, daughter of ("apt. Nathaniel 
Richards, at Boston, in 23d year, 

Chester, at Woodstock, Ct., aged 34 years, 

Rebecca, wife of Thomas, daughter of late 
Rev. Dr. Hezekiah Smith, of Haverhill, at 
Boston, aged 39 years. American of 

Abijah, at Templeton, Mass., in 79th year, 

Charles, mate of brig Gov. Hopkins, at sea, 

Noah, Esq., in 49th year, 

Mary Ann Holroyd, infant daughter of late 
Noah, aged 5 months, 

Mrs. I^evotion, of Ashford, Ct., in 29th year. 
American of 
KENISTON Mrs. Lydia, formerly of Newbury- 
port, at Boston. American of 

KENNALL Mr. , the deputy sheriff, at 

New Orleans, of the fever. American of 
KENNEDY James Barker, infant son of James 
B., in this town, aged 1 1 months, 19 days, 

James B., at Providence, aged 40 years, 

Martha, wife of Capt. Edmund P , of the 
navy, at Norfolk, Va., in 29th year. Amer- 
ican of 

William, murdered by Michael Powers, 

Robert A., a U. S. soldier, shot by a grocer 
in a quarrel, at Sackett's Harbor. Ameri- 
can of 

, merchant, at New Orleans, of the fever. 

American of 

Jackson, aged 4 years, 2 months, adopted son 
of Benjamin A Robbins, 

Eliza, wife of William, aged 45 years, 

Patrick, at Fall River, killed in the picker. 
American of 

John, aged 19 years, drowned near Staten 

Island, 
John, drowned in New York Bay, 



Dec. 12, 1828 

Sept. 25, 1829 
Oct. 23, 1829 

June 28, 1814 

Oct. 18, 1814 

Aug. 22, i8i6 
April 29, 1 82 1 

Oct. 26, 1821 

Dec. 21, 1821 

June 8, 1822 

Feb. 7, 1824 

Feb. 22, 1824 

Jan. IS, 1828 

Dec. I, 1829 

Oct. II, 1822 

July 29, 1817 
Aug. 22, i8i8 



Oct. 8, 1819 
March 2, 1820 



April 20, 1 82 1 

Oct. 1 1, 1822 

April 19, 1827 
March 14, 1831 

Jan. 3, 1832 

April 23, 1832 
April 23, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 321 

KENNER William, Esq., at New Orleans, aged 

48 years, May 10, 1824 

KENNY, John, in Ireland, a Dublin paper says 

" he broke his neck but received no other 

damage." American of May 10, 1811 

KENNEY Alexander, formerly of East Hart- 
ford, Ct., aged 106 years. He was possessed 

of great strength and endurance. When 

95 he went into the field with several smart 

reapers and led the field. His descendants 

number about 900. American of Nov. 1,1814 

Michael, seaman, perished in the wreck of 

the schooner Quaker, March 6, 1820 

John, of New York, aged about 17 years lost 

overboard from schooner Phebe of Bristol, 

on passage from Havana, Jan. 18, 1822 

Lucina, at Sutton, aged 20 years, July 28, 1828 

KENNISTON Nancy, of Edgartown, at Boston, 

aged 55 years, April 18, 1831 

KENRICK , wife of Dr. Adin, at Poultney, 

Vt., suicide by hanging. American of April 12, 183 1 

KENT Abigail, wife of Rev. Asa, Methodist 

preacher. She was a native of Athens, 

Vt. ; was in her 34th year, at Bristol, Aug. 11, 1813 

Dea. Elijah, at Seekonk, in 88th year. Amer- 

canof Nov. 3, 181 5 

RiUh, wife of Dea. Ezekiel, at Rehoboth, in 

74th year, Dec. 8, 181 8 

Horace M., son of William, at Attleboro, 

aged 20 years. American of April 13, 1819 

Duke of Devonshire, Eng.; was married in 

1 8 18 and had a daughter born May 1819, 

who is heir presumptive to the Throne of 

England, Jan. 23, 1820 

Hezekiah, at Seekonk, in 76th year, Sept. 14, 1820 

Samuel, at Harrington, in 89th year, Dec. 7, 1821 

Abigail, wife of Jacob, in Brookfield, Mass., 

aged 66 years, Nov. 16, 1823 

Eliza, at Pan ten, Vt., in 17th year, killed by 

lightning. American of June 28, 1825 

Ira, son of Ira, at Seekonk, aged 11 months, 

3 days, Feb 9, 1828 

Lydia, wife of James, at Seekonk, in 85th 

year, Feb. 11, 1828 

Mary T., aged 26 years, daughter of Heze- 
kiah, at Cumberland, Feb. 20, 1828 
Mary T., daughter of Hezekiah, at Cumber- 
land, aged 26 years, Feb. 20, 1828 
James, at Seekonk, in 89th year, Feb. 29, 1828 
Elizabeth, widow of Hezekiah, at Seekonk, in 

85th year. American of May 6, 1828 



322 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KENT Simon, at Seekonk, suddenly, in 51st 
year, 
Sophia B., 3d daughter of John, at Seekonk, 
in 24th year. American of 

RENTING , killed at Boston, run over by 

a wagon. American of 
KENYON John, of Hopkinton, R. I., at New 
Haven, Conn., drank a pint and a half of 
Old Spirits, lived 30 hours. American of 
Eunice, wife of Solomon, at Richmond, in 

54th year. American of 
Hannah, wife of Caleb, at South Kingstown, 

aged 27 years, 
Mary Ann, eldest daughter of John H., at 

Hopkinton, aged 15 years, 
Peleg, at Newport. American of 
KERR Geoige, Esq., was killed while on a deer 
hunt, near Savannah, Ga. American of 

Miss , at New Orleans, of the fever. 

American of 
Deborah, daughter of William, at Smithfield, 

aged 2 years, 5 months, 
John, infant son of William, of Smithiield, at 
Providence, 

Mrs. , at Warwick, from her clothes 

taking fire ; was under the influence of 
liquor at the time. American of 
KERVER John, at Newport, aged 24 years. 

American of 
KESLER Abraham, executed at Schorarie, N. 

Y., for murder of his wife, 
KETHWELL Ann, at New York, aged 35 

years. .American of 
KETTLE Maria, wife of John P., at Worcester, 

aged just 31 years, 
KETTREDGE Hon. Thomas, at Andover, 
Mass., aged 75 years, very suddenly. 
American of 
KEY Philip Barton, Esq., at Georgetown, D. C., 
late member of Congress, aged 58 years, 
(author Star Spangled Banner), 
Philip, Esq., in St. Mary's Co., Md., in 70th 
year, was member of second U. S. Con- 
gress, 
KEYES Thomas, Jr., at Nortbboro, Mass., aged 
36 years, 
Robert, a pilot, of Savannah, killed by a 
stone thrown at him by Jacob Vanderbilt, 
KILBURN Clement Stanton, in this town, in 
33d year, son of Capt. John, formerly of 
Newport, 



Oct. 19, 1828 

March 31, 1829 

Jan. I, 1833 

April 12, 1816 

Oct. 8, 1819 

March 18, 1824 

July 27, 1826 
May 24, 1831 

June 22, 1819 
Oct II, 1822 

Aug. 29, 1823 
Oct. 13, 1827 

Oct. 25, 1 831 

July 4, 1815 

June 5, 1818 

Aug. 27, 1 819 

March 3, 1831 

Oct. 23, 1818 

July 28, 1815 

Jan. 4, 1820 

Oct. 25, 1822 

Nov. I, 1825 

Jan. 31, 1809 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 323 

KILBOURN Maria, daughter of Caot. Samuel, 

at Hartford, aged 18 years, April 2, 18 ro 

KILCREASE Major , of Tennessee, was 

killed in a duel with Col. Lowe, in Ala- 
bama. American of April 27, 1824 
KIMBALL Naomi, wife of Asa, and 2d daugh- 
ter of Hon. Daniel Owen, of Glocester, at 
Barton, Vt., in 41st year, Dec. 19, 1808 

Peyton Randolph, at Glocester, in 41st year, April 2, 181 5 

Major Joshua, at Johnston, aged 67 years; 
sermon by Elder John Westcott, Acts 
x:42, Aug. 21, 1817 

Thankful, widow of Dean, at Scituate, in 79th 

year, Sept. 7, 1821 

Stephen, at Glocester, aged 44 years. Amer- 
ican of May 29, 1821 

Benjamin, at Haverhill, Mass., aged 36 years, 
while conversing with a friend he fell to 
the ground and expired. American of June 21, 1822 

Sally Ann, daughter of Jarvis, at Scituate, 

aged 35 years, Nov. 2, 1826 

Rev. Isaac, pastor of Baptist Church at 

Wallingford, at New Haven. American of June 15, 1830 

Jerusha, wife of Major Amherst, at Che- 

pachet, in 65th year, , Dec. 30, 183 1 

Major Amherst, at Chepachet, in 70th year; 
had been member of General Assembly, 
justice of peace, and 20 years postmaster 
at Chepachet, Jan. 4, 1832 

Lydia, wife of Daniel, at Smithfield, aged 68 
years, Sept. 16, 1832 

KIMBERLEY Gideon, merchant, at New York, 

suddenly. American of Dec. 17, 1819 

KING William, at Abington, Va.; established a 
salt works there, commenced with £s°° 16 
years ago, died worth ^500,000, gave in 
will $10,000 to Abington. American of Nov. 18, 1808 

Mary, widow of Josiah, at Johnston, in 95th 

year. American of ' July 31, 1810 

Elisha, at Scituate, in 65th year, suddenly. March 31, i8i2 

James (colored), tortured to death by a white 
man named James S. Campbell, in Vir- 
ginia. American of Nov. 12, 1813 

Miles, a Revolutionary soldier, at Norfolk, 

Va., aged 70 years. American of July i, 1814 

John, of Hartford, merchant, at sea, on pas- 
sage from Charleston to New York. 
American of April 25, 1815 

Lucy, in England, aged 21 years, said to 
have died of love ; she gave ;^8oo to her 



324 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

KING: ^ ^ , 

clergyman whom she had seen and heard 

preach but twice. American of June 30, 1815 

Rev. William, at Wiiliamstown, Mass., aged 

58 years, suddenly. American of Dec. 19, 1815 

Major General Cyrus, aged 74 years, at Saco, 

Me., member of Congress, April 25, 1817 

Alexander J., in 7th year, Sept. 2, 1818 

Lucy, daughter of Isaac, at Scituate, in 2 1 st 

year, Sept. 24, 1818 

Mary, wife of Hon. Rufus, at Jamaica, L. I., 

aged 50 years. American of June 15, 1819 

Samuel, at Newport, in 72d year. American 

of Jan. 4, 1820 

Eliza Ann, at Coventry, daughter of Enock, 

Esq., in i8th year. May 23, 1821 

Dea. Asa, at Cranston, in 83d year, June 3, 1821 

George, merchant, aged 63 years, at George- 
town, D. C. American of Oct. 26, 1821 
Richmond, son of Capt. William, at Foster, 

aged 7. years, Aug. 2, 1822 

Capt. Barzillai, of Raynham, at Taunton, 

aged 56 years, Aug. 22, 1822 

Chares Rollin, son of Elijah, Jr., at Taun- 
ton, aged 2 years, Dec. 18, 1822 
Hannah, eldest daughter of Obadiah, at New 

Bedford, aged 16 years, Jan. i, 1823 

Ralph, at Scituate, in 77th year. American 

of ' July 15, 1823 

Zipporah, daughter of Job, aged 42 years, at 

Taunton, Aug. 31, 1823 

Capt. Caleb T., son of Josiah, Esq., at Taun- 
ton, in 56th year. American of Dec. 23, 1823 
Henry, printer, in 24th year, son of late Capt. 

John, Jan. 24, 1824 

John, son of John, drowned at Taunton, June 27, 1824 

Eunice, widow, in goth year, at Westhamp- 

ton, Mass. American of Sept. 21, 1824 

David, at Taunton, was killed while raising 

the gate, Dec. 22, 1824 

Betsey, at Smith field, aged 22 years. Ameri- 
can of Dec. 24, 1824 
Eliza, wife of Charles, Esq., and daughter of 

Archibald Gracie, Esq., all of New York, 

at Havana, where she had gone for her 

health, Feb. 15, 1825 

Joel, aged 25 years, drowned off Cape May, June 4, 1825 

Capt. Job, at Taunton, aged 82 years. 

American of Sept. 2, 1825 

Col. William, at Mobile, Ala., an officer in U. 

S. Army during the late war, Jan. i, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 325 

KING Samuel Ward, infant son of Samuel W., 

Esq., at Olneyville, April 9, 1826 

Mrs. Lydia, at Newport, aged 6t years, Nov. 25, 1826 

Hon. Rufus, at New York, in 73d year. (See 

long obituary in this issue.) American of May 4, 1827 

Sarah, widow, in 66th year, June 3, 1827 

Maria Waterman, daughter of Hon. Samuel 

W., at Olneyville, Aug. 20, 1827 

Betsey, widow of Capt. John, Aug. 3, 1828 

Isaac, at Abington, aged about 44 years; was 

found lying dead in the road, supposed 

died from apoplexy, Jan. 11, 1829 

William B., at Johnston, in 79th year, March 24, 1829 

Edward Gaze, M. D., youngest son of late 

Hon. Rufus, at New York, death caused 

by the rupture of a blood vessel. Ameri- 
can of April 28, 1829 
Issac, at Scituate, in 62d year, June 27, 1830 
Sarah Frances, daughter of Samuel W.. Esq., 

at Olneyville, July 22, 1830 

Godfrey, aged 80 years, and wife Abigail, 

aged 79 years, are now living in Tiverton ; 

rhey have 13 children now living, the 

eldest over 60 years, the youngest over 30 

years ; have 87 grand, 56 great -grand, and 

I great great-grandchildren ; they have 

lost 16 grand and 8 great-grandchildren; 

they have Jiving 143 descendants. Ameri- 

cr.n of Nov. 16, 1830 

Samuel, at East Greenwich, in 60th year, July 2, 183 1 

Anna, widow of Caleb, in 78th year, April 21, 1832 

Lewis H., at New York, aged 25 years, Aug. 9, 1832 

Edward, formerly of New York, killed in a 

duel at New Orleans, Sept. 20, 1832 

KINGMAN David, at Bridgewater, suddenly, 

aged 48 years, April 7, 1812 

Susanna, widow of Abner, at Middleboro, 

aged 80 years, Jan. 20, 1822 

Lydia, wife of Dea. Abner, formerly of 

Providence, at Boston, Nov. 28. 18^2 

KINGSBURY Sanford, aged i8 years, at East 

Windsor, Ct., killed in a duel with Joseph 

Blodgett. American of July 6, 1819 

Dr. Samuel Allen, at Foxboro, aged 27 years. 

American of Nov. 6, 1821: 

Sarah B. V., wife of Rev. Cyrus, and daugh- 
ter of Parker Varnum, of Dracut, Mass., at 

Mayhew Choctaw. American of Nov. 5, 1822 

Stanford, aged 11 years, 12th; Austin, aged 

I S years, 12th ; Brigham, aged 6 years, 22d; 



326 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KINGSBURY: 

Horace, aged 9 years, April 28. sons of 

Loring, at Guilford, Vt., of diphtheria. 

American of 
KINGSLEY Hezekiah, at Swanzey, in 8ist 

year, 
Augustus B., son of Pardon, formerly of 

Providence, at Pomfret, Ct., in iSth year, 
KINSLEY William, son of Henry, of Warren, 

aged 3 years; arowned by falling off the 

wharf, 
KINGSLEY Jonathan, in 59th year, 

Dea. David, at Swanzey, aged 90 years. 

American of 
Anna, widow, in 89th year, 
Cornelia, daughter of Mason, of Bristol, at 

Fall River, aged 16 years, 
William C, aged 19 years, 
KINGSTON Mary, wife of John, at Ansford, 

near Castle Gary, Eng.; died within a week 

of her marriage ; maiden name Aldridge. 

American of 
KIN LOCK Cleland, Esq., of Georgetown, S. C, 

at Statesburgh, S. C. American of 
Francis, born 1756, died at Charleston, S. C; 

served through the Revolution. American 

of 
KINNICUTT Amanda, eldest daughter of^ 

Thomas, at Rehoboth, in iSth year; ser- 
mon by Rev. Mr. Pitman, 
John, at Johnston, in 20th year, 
Jienjamin T., at Taunton, aged 6 months. 

American of 
Amey, wife of Thomas, Esq., at Seekonk, in 

56th year, 
Eliza Burr, daughter of Shubael, at Newport, 

aged 2 years, 9 months, 
"KINNECUTT Thomas, at Seekonk, in 60th 

year, 
Harriet, daughter of George R., at Barring- 
ton, aged 16 months ; was so badly scalded 

by a basin of hot water that she lived about 

12 hours, 
Catharine, daughter of late Thomas, Esq., of 

Seekonk, at Worcester, in 17th year, 
KINNEY Hon, Sterry, judge of Probate, at 

Volunlown, Ct,, aged 50 years. American 

of 
Henry, seaman, on schooner Astria, wrecked 

near Hatteras, 



May 17, 1831 

May 19, 1820 

March 22, 1823 



June 7, 1830 
June 16, 1830 

Nov. I, 1830 
April 27, 183 1 

June 12, 1831 
Dec. 25, 183 1 



Nov. 27, i82r 
Oct. 3, 1823 

March 7, 1826 

Oct. 23, 1809 
Oct, 8, 1 82 1 

July 29, 1825 

Aug. 28, 1826 

June 22, 1827 

July 21, 1828 

Jan. 9, 1830 
Nov. 8, 1832 

Dec. 24, 1830 
Oct. 25, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 327 

KINSMAN Sarah, wife of Jeremiah, at Plain- 
field, aged 64 years. America« of Jan. 4, 1825 

KIRBY Rev. Mr ; drowned off Ocracock 

Bar, in the wreck of sloop Henry, Dec. 4, 1818 

KERBY Thomas N., who assumed the governor- 
ship of Antigua after the death of Gov. 
Ramsey. American of Jan. 25, 1820 

Milo, son of Dea. Joseph, aged 19 years, at 
Middlebury, Vt. A sand bank caved in 
upon him. American of Dec. 21, 1821 

KIRBY George, at Feeding Hills, Ct., aged 4 
years. Fell on a penknife which pierced 
his brain through the eye. American of March 4, 1825 

Harriet Wardsworth Larned, daughter of 
Col. S. Larned, of Pittsfield, Mass., and wife 
of Major Reynolds M. Kirby, U. S. Army, 
at Fortress Monroe, Va., June 3, 1830 

Nicholas, printer, formerly of Middletown, 
Ct., at Boston, aged 29 years. American 
of Nov. 30, 1830 

KIRKLAND Mr. , at Carthagena, S. A.; 

was promised the contract for making a 
canal between the Atlantic and Pacific 
Oceans. American of Oct. 11, 1825 

KIRKPATRICK Hon. Andrew, Chief Justice of 
New Jersey, at New Brunswick, N. J., in 
74th year, Jan. 6, 1831 

KIRKWOOD James, killed by a fall of a diving 

bell at Boston, Long Wharf. American of Sept. 25, 1832 

KISHAM Paul, the first Hindu convert of Bengal; 

was baptised by Dr. Carey in 1800, Aug. 22, 1822 

KISSAM Dr. Samuel M., late acting surgeon on 
U. S. Brit^ Spark, at Norfolk, Va. Amer- 
ican of ■ Aug. 30, 1822 

KLINGELBERG Frederick, (supposed to be) 
found in the river near Reading, Penn. 
American of April 21, 1829 

KLINGER , the German Poet, at St. Peters- 
burg, aged 77 years, Feb. 27, 1831 

KLAWSON Christopher, at Philadelphia, of hy- :^^ 

drophobia, June S, 1819 

KNAPP Capt. Seth, at Rehoboth, in 80th year, Jan. 25, 1813 

Elijah, at Taunton, aged 33 years, Nov. 18, 1823 

Ephraim, Jr., at Taunton, aged 29 years, July 12, 1824 

John Adams, infant son of G , at Fall 

River. American of Oct. i, 1824 

Bethiah, at Rehoboth, aged 87 years, Feb. 22, 1826 

Reuben, at Taunton, aged 23 years, Jan. 28, 1827 

Melville, aged about 8 years, drowned at 
Woonsocket Falls ; this is the first drown- 
ing accident at this place, Dec. 5, 1829 



328 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KNAPP John Francis, executed at Salem for 

murder of Mr. White, 

Joseph J., executed at Salem for murder of 

Stephen White. American of 
Jonathan, at Lyonan, aged lOO years. Soldier 

in French and Revolutionary Wars ; has 

left a brother aged 95 years. American of 
KNIGHT Dr. Daniel, a native of this county, 

formerly surgeon on privateer Rambler, at 

St. Jago, Cape de Verae Islands, 
Sir Andrew, at New Haven, Ct., native of 

England, aged 73 years. He merrily styled 

himself " Bookbinder to the King,'' 
Barbara, wife of Christopher, and daughter of 

the late Peleg Fiske, of Scituate, at Cran- 
ston, in 48th year; sermon by Elder John 

Westcott, Job XIV : 14-15, 
John L., printer, native of Worcester, at New 

Orleans, 
Martin, native of Worcester, at New Orleans, 
Lucina, wife of Dr. Sylvester, at Warwick, 

in 33d year, 
Dorcas, widow of William, at Cranston, in 82d 

year. American of 
Col. Barzillai, at Cranston, in 64th year, 
Waitey, wife of Israel, at Scituate, in 66th 

year, 
Jeremiah, Esq., at Cranston, aged 45 years; 

about 21 years town clerk and former 

member of Assembly, 
Capt. Jonathan, formerly of Scituate, at Cran- 
ston, suddenly, aged TJ years, an officer of 

the Revolution, 
Elizabeth, wife of Col. Joseph, at Scituate. 

aged 79 years, 
Amey Ann, infant daughter of Christopher, 

of Cranston, at Providence, 
Eleanor, widow of Hon. Nehemiah, at i-,ran- 

ston, in 77th year, 
Anna, widow of Jeremiah, Esq., at Gloces- 

ter, 
Robert, in 74th year; funeral at Baptist 

Meeting House, Cranston ; died 
Col. Joseph, at Scituate, aged 85 years, many 

years a member of town council, 
, daughter of Col. Jedediah, at Westerly, 

aged about 15 years; killeu by lightning. 

American of 
Sophia, wife of Robert, Esq., in 41st year, 



Sept. 14, 1830 
Jan. 4, 1 83 1 

March 11, 183 1 

Sept. 3, 181 3 

Nov. 10, 1815 

March 19, 1819 

Oct. 9, 1819 
Oct. 10, 1819 

Dec. 22, 1819 

May 9, 1820 
March 20, 1821 

Nov. 22, 1821 

Nov. 29, 182 1 

March 13, 1822 
Sept. 12, 1822 
Sept. 14, 1822 
April 4, 1823 
July 28, 1823 
July 31, 1823 
Feb. 27, 1825 



July I, 1825 
July r [, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 329 

KNIGHT Mary, wife of Henry, and daughter of 
Ruf us. White, in 26th year, at Coventry*. 
American of Sept. 13, 1825 

Daniel, Esq., attorney at law, at Leicester, 
Mass., graduate of Brown 1813 ; studied 
law with Gov. Lincoln ; commenced prac- 
tice at Spicer ; removed to L. in 1821, Aug. 30, 1826 

Mary, wife of Benjamin, Esq., and daughter 
of Job Greene, at Mendon, aged 25 years. 
American of Sept. 8, 1826 

Dea. Stephen, at Cranston, in 88th year, April 6, 1827 

Lyndon, Esq., at Olneyville, in 38th year, Feb. 12, 1829 

Caroline, daughter of Thomas, aged 6 years, Oct. 7, 1829 

Betsey, widow of Dea. Samuel, at Norwich, 
Vt., aged 81 years; was among the first 
settlers of the town ; member of Congre- 
gational Church more than 50 years. His 
descendents are 13 children, 83 grand, and 
22 great-grand children. American of Oct. 16, 1829 

Sophia P., wife of Manassah, at Boston, aged 

36 years. American of Jan. 12, 1830 

Ansel, at Thompson, Ct., aged 33 years, Aug. 23, 1830 

Israel F., at Central Falls, aged 27 years, Jan. 6, 1833 

KNOWLES Jeremiah, in this town, in 3Sth year, Jan. 22, 1810 

William R., son of Benjamin, in 21st year, Dec. 14, 18 14 

Jonathan, in this town, in 82d year, Feb. 12, 1815 

William H. and his son and three workmen, 
at South Kingstown, drowned in the great 
storm of Sept. 23, 181 5 

Ann Elizabeth, wife of William, at Newport, 

aged 36 years. American of Oct. i, 1819 

Hannah, wife of Benjamin, carpenter, late of 

Providence, at New York, aged 47 years, July 25, 1820 

Robey, wife of Edward, at Cranston, in 71st 

year, Aug. 18, 1820 

Sarah, widow of William H., at South Kings- 
town, in 57th year, June 25, 1821 

Molly, wife of Edward, in 73d year, Dec. 17, 182 1 

Hazard, Jr., at South Kingstown, aged 40 
years, March 15, 1822 

John, son of Henry, of and at Georgetown, 

B.C., Aug. 3, 1823 

Hazard, at Jamestown, aged 87 years, Aug. 21, 1823 

Mary, wife of Joseph B., formerly of Provi- 
dence, at Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 6, 1823 

Edward, aged 85 years, Oct. 3, 1824 

Thomas, a poor debtor, at Worcester Jail, 

aged 82 years, Dec. 27, 1825 

Putnam D., son of Dr. Samuel, aged 23 years, Aug. 13, 1826 

Lydia, wife of Dr Samuel, in 6ist year, June 26, 1826 

Henry, at South Kingstown, very suddenly, Feb. 25, 1827 



330 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



KNOWLES Dr. Samuel, aged. 65. years,:, . , , 
William, son of late Edward, of Providence, 
at Washington, D. C, in 68th year, 
KNOWLTON Waite, wife of Erastus K., aged 

29 years. American of - ■ 
Mrs. T ; was going to a wedding when 

the horses ran away, the carriage was 
dashed to pieces and she was instantly 
killed, at Wilmington, N. C. American of 

S. S., a child of his died at New London, Ct. 
American of 

Ezekiel, murdered by Daniel Newton, near 
Worcester. American of 

Samuel, at East Hampton, aged 53 years. 
He was kicked in the abdomen by a horse, 
lived 33 hours. American of 
KNOX Norman, Esq., at Hartford, aged 50 
years, president of Phenix Bank, 

Rev. Vicissimus, D. D., a noted preaicher, in 
England. American of 

Lucy, widow of General Knox, daughter of 
Hon. J. Flacker, formerly Secretary of the 
Province of Massachusetts, at Thomaston, 
Me., aged 68 years. American of 

Mrs Eliza T., at Worcester, aged 41 years, 
KNUSE Samuel, at Fairhaven, aged 37 years, 
KOLLOCK Rev. Dr., at Savannah, native of 
New Jersey. American of 

Dr. Lemuel, at Savannah, Ga. American of 

Dr. Lemuel, in Georgia, aged 57 years ; was 
born in Massachusetts, and studied with 
Dr. Isaac Senter of Newport ; went south 
for his health where he resided for nearly 

30 years; was a prolific medical writer. 
American of 

KOTZEBUE , the dramatic critic, in Ger- 
many. American of 

KOURAKIN, the Prince, in Germany. Ameri- 
can of 

KREPS William, Esq., in 51st year, at Hagers- 
town, Md., postmaster of the place. Amer- 
ican of 

KRIMMEL J. ]., Esq., drowned at Philadelphia. 
American of 

KRUDENER Madame , at Kamsubassa, in 

the Crimea. American of 

KUHAM Daniel, lieutenant of marines, killed 
on board the Little Belt in action with U. 
S. frigate President, 



Feb., 27, 1 83 1 

Oct. 3, 1832 

April 13, 1819 

April 19, 1822 

Sept. 13, 1825 

Oct. 6, 1829 

June 28, 1831 
Jan. 14, 1821 
Nov. 2, 1 82 1 



June 29, 1824 
Dec. 23, 1825 
April 25, 1 83 1 

Jan. II, 1820 
April 25, 1823 



Nov. 1 1, 1823 
April 5, 1 8 16 
Sept. 4, 1 81 8 

March 15, 1822 

July 31, 1821 

April 15, 1825 

May 16, i8u 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 331 

KUHN Lieut. — — , U. S. Mediterranean squad- 
ron, killed in a duel with a foreign officer. ^ 
American of Dec. 24, 1816 

Lieut., his reported duel in which he was 
killed, is now contradicted. American of Jan. 3, 1817 

Dr. Alexander, at Philadelphia, aged 75 
years. American of July 18, 18 17 

, midshipman, on board the Constella- 
tion, in the South Seas, was of Philadel- 
phia. American of May 11, 1821 
KYLE Mrs. Elizabeth, at Milton, N. C, said to 
have been 123 years; she has grandchil- 
dren who are 70 years old. American of Jan. 3, 1832 



LABADOYERE Countess, at Paris, a few days 
after the execution of her husband. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 27, 1815 

LABASSE Claudius, aged 50 years, at New 
York, dancing and ballet master, of the 
Bowery theatre. American of Aug. 3, 1830 

La BEDOYERE Lieutenant-General, executed 
by order of the French government ; he 
was one of Napoleon's favorites. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 10, 1815 

LABERN Joseph, seaman, aged 24 years, at ma- 
rine hospital, Newport ; was a native of 
Bermuda, but had resided for several years 
at Rochester, Mass., Feb. 15, 1831 

LABOTTIERRE , formerly a noted danc- 
ing master, at Norfolk, Va; American of Feb. 15, 1822 

LABY Delia, wife of John, aged 64 years, Aug. 17, 1827 

LACEY Gen. John, in New Jersey, a Revolu- 
tionary hero. American of March 4, 18 14 
Lieut. Charles, U. S. Navy, aged 33 years, in 
Washington City. American of Aug. 3, 1824 

LACOSTE Gen. , an eminent French officer 

killed in an attack on Sarragossa, Spain, 

aged 34 years. American of April 28, 1809 

LADD John G., of Alexandria, native of New- 
port, in Jamaica, Jan. 5, 1819 
Mrs. Anne, at Warwick, in 87th year, Feb. 11, 1821 



332 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

LADD , son of Mr. ^ Ladd, of Holder- 

ness, N. H.; was lost in the woods and 
found a few days after, dead. American of Nov. 9, 1824 

George Washington, son of Gen.' Caleb; at 
Warwick, aged 2 years, i month, 13 days. ' 
American of ' ' " ^sept; 20, 1825 

Caleb, Jr., aged 18 years, son of Caleb, at 

Warwick. American of May 2, .1826 

Nancy, wife of Caleb, at Warwick, in ^Sth 
year, Feb. 16, 1829 

LAFAYE Odele, daughter of- Edward P., Sept. 14, 18 Ji 

LAFFERTY .aged about 18 years, mur- 
dered and house set on fire near Gettys- 
burg, Pa. American of Jan. 11, 1831 
LAFON Rev. Thomas, Baptist, in Virginia, aged 

53 years. American of Oct. 18, 1816 

La FONTAINE Cady, at Bay of Baloxi, Miss., 
aged 137 years ; he retained his faculties 
to the last. American of Feb. 13, 1824 

LAFOREST Mrs. , and niece, in the burn- 
ing of the Richmond, Va., theatre. Dec. 26, 181 1 
LAGRAND William, son of Lewis, in this town, 

aged I year, i month, Oct. 22, 181 5 

LAING Ann. wife of Capt. Thomas, in 66th 

year, Jan. 29, 1818 

LAKE Susannah, wife of David, at Portsmouth, 

in 71st year. American of Jan. 26, 18 19 

James, at Seekonk, in 28th year. American of Aug. 17, 18 19 
Eveline, of Tiverton, at Bristol, suddenly, in 

18th year. Americanof Oct. 11, 1819 

Esther P., wife of George W., at Newport, 

in 21st year, March 3, 1820 

Jonathan, Jr., at Newport, in 46th year, June 14, 1820 

Jonathan, at Newport, aged 85 years. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 26, 1 82 1 
Elizabeth H., daughter of Benjamin, at New- 
port, in 19th year, Dec. 3, 1821 
Alice, daughter of late Joseph, at Seekonk, 

in 67th year. American of Nov. i, 1822 

Borden, native of Tiverton, at St. Cynlo, Isl- 
and of Cuba, June 5, 1824 
Charles, aged 34 years, drowned near India 
Point, March 5, 1825. The body was found 
a few rods above Central Bridge, April 18, March 5, 1825 
Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin, at New- 
port, aged 53 years. American of Dec. 13, 1825 
Dorcas, widow of Jonathan, at Newport, 

aged 34 years. American of Jan. 3, 1832 

Isaac Bliven, infant son of Isaac, at Boston, 

aged 10 months. American of Nov. 13, 1832 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 333 

LAKEMAN Mrs. Rhoda, at Mendon, aged 52 '..>•.■ 

years, Aug. i, 1826'. 

LALLEMAND Gen. Henry, a distinguished,,' .^ 

Frencli officer, at Bordenstown, N. J. . ; 

Annerican of Sept. 23, 1823 

LAMOS James, of Lee, at Durham, N. H., killed 

by blow on the head with stake delivered 

by Timothy Emerson: American of Oct. 11, 1816 

LAMB Rachel Emerson, wife of Isaac, at Balti- ' 

more. Friend Minister. American of July 1.5, 1823 

Mrs. Sally S., at Worcester, aged 29 years, Dec, 18, 1826 

LAMBERT Daniel, at Samford, Eng., suddenly. 

The largest man in the world. He weighed 

739 pounds, 1 5 1 pounds more than the fa- 
mous Bight. His_ coffin was 6 ft. 4 in. 

long, 4 ft. 4 in. wide, and 2 ft. 4 in. deep. 

He measured 3 yards 4 in. round the belly 

and I yard i in. round the leg. His suit 

cost him about ;^20 sterling a suit; was in 

his 40th year. He lived on the ground 

floor not being capable of going up stairs. 

His coffin was placed on two axletrees and 

four wheels. The window and wall of the 

room was taken down to get out his coffin, 

and the grave sloped at one end to allow 

the coffin to descend to its final resting 

place. American of Aug. 29, 1809 

Capt. John, drowned from a small boat near 

Salem, Ma.ss., Oct, 19, 1813 

Daniel R., at New York, killed in an affray. 

American of June 7, 1825 

Mrs. Susannah, at Roxbury, aged 71 years. 

American of July 9, 1830 

LAMSON George, Esq., formerly of Exeter, N. 

H., editor of the Exeter Watchman ; was 

graduate of Harvard, at New York, Aug. 4, 1826 

Capt. Thomas, at Randolph, Vt., soldier of 

the Revolution." American of April 23, 1830 

LANAHAN John, thrown from his team near 

Modococy, Md. American of , Dec. 16, 183 1 

LANCASTER Richard, native of England, at 

Providence, Aug. 19, 1819 

Elizabeth, wife of Joseph, of educational 

fame, at Baltimore. American of Dec. 1$, 1820 

Anne Elizabeth, wife of Rev. Daniel, and 

daughter of John Lemist, of Dorchester, 

Mass., in 29th year, at East Gilmartin. 

American of Sept. 18, 1829 

LANCRAFT Simeon, at East Haven, Ct., aged 

17 years, was struck on the head by a 



334 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LANCRAFT: 

turnpike gate while riding in a sleigh- 
American of 
LANDERS Miss Elizabeth, daughter of the late 
Capt. Edward, at Newport, in 13th year. 
American of 
LANE Lois, wife of Amos, and daughter of the 
late Deacon William Blanding, at.Reho- 
both, in 69th year, 

Daniel, at Attleboro, 

Mrs. , drowned, 

Mary K., daughter of the late George, at 
Boston, aged 23 years, 

John, seaman, perished in the wreck of the 
schooner Quaker, 

Col. Samuel, a worthy officer of the army 
during the late war, for several years com- 
missioner of public buildings at Washing- 
ton. American of 

Elijah, at Taunton, aged 27 years, 

Hopestill, wife of Isaiah, at Rehoboth, in 
33d year; leaves 5 children. 

Abigail, widow of Daniel, of Attleboro, at 
Providence, in 76th year, 

Eliza, wife of Capt. George, Jr., at Sandy 
Bay, aged 21 years. American of 

Jabez, at Buxton, aged 87 years ; was young- 
est of three brothers ; all held commanding 
positions from town of Buxton in the Con- 
tinental army at the commencement of the 
Revolution. American of 

Col. Derrick, at Troy, N. Y., aged 76 years ; 
entered the army as ensign in 2d New Jer- 
sey, was on Long Island, was in several 
battles and at Yorktown ; served after the 
■war against the western Indians and at 
Fort Stanwick, 

Joseph H., mate of schooner A stria, wrecked 

near Hatteras, 

LANGI George, in Pennsylvania, hung himself 

in gaol where he had been sentenced for 

four years for counterfeiting. American of 

LANG William, at Philadelphia, a soldier of the 

Revolution, in 80th year. American of 
LANGDON Henry S., Jr, aged 18 years, at La 
Orient, son of H. S., of Portsmouth, N. 
H., midshipman on board U. S. sloop of 
war Wasp, from wounds received in the 
action with the British sloop of war Rein- 
deer. American of 



Feb. 15, 1831 

Oct. 12, 1819 

Dec. 20, 1810 
Dec. 26, 1 8 1 1 
Sept. s, 18 1 5 

Nov. 20, 1815 

March 6, 1820 

April 2, 1822 
Jan. 21, 1826 

Oct. 1 8, 1826 

July 10, 1828 

Sept. 18, 1829 



May 21, 1830 



March 26, 1831 
Oct. 25, 1832 

May 1 1, 1810 
June 5, 1832 



Nov. 29, 18 14 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 335 

LANGDON Hon. John, late governor of Ne\y - ., ,, 

Hampshire, at Portsmouth, N. H., in 79th 

year, Sept. 18, 18 19 

LANGLEY William, at Newport, in 77th year, 

more than 20 years member of town coun- 
cil, July 4,1817 
George, formerly of Newport, at Washington, 

N. C. American of Oct. 10, 1817 

Maria, wife of Nathaniel H., daughter of late 

Jedediah Grinnell, at Newport, aged 26 

years, June 16, 1822 

Royal D., at Newport, aged 32 years, Oct. 5, 1822 

Nathaniel D., youngest son of John, Sr., of 

Newport, aged 20 years, at sea, on board 

brig New Packet, on passage from Havana 

to New York. American of May 16, 1833 

Sarah, at Newport, aged 27 years, Aug. 13, 1823 

Mary Durfee, daughter of James L., at New- 
port, aged 2 years. American of Nov. 25, 1823 
Capt. John, at Newport, in 89th year, Sept. 17, 1824 
John L. Munroe, infant son of Lee. aged 8 

months, July 15, 1825 

Sally, wife of Lee, in 45th year, Feb. lo, 1827 

Mrs. Sarah, at Newport, in 83d year. Amer- 
ican of May 2, 1 828 
LANGWORTHY William, at Newport, aged 

71 years; served through the Revolution, 

was in the Northern army and with Paul 

Jones in the first American frigate that 

travelled the ocean. American of Feb. 12, 1828 

LAN MAN Mrs. Mary Ann, at Norwich, Ct., 

aged 43 years. American of Sept. 19, 1817 

LANNAGAN Hannah Aikens, daughter of 

James, at Taunton, aged 2 years, 5 months, 

poisoned from eating root of red Hemlock, Dec. 9, 1828 

LANSFORD James H., seaman, from Rhode 

Island, drowned at sea from schooner 

Two Brothers, on passage to St. Pierre. 

American of June 24, 1817 

LAPHAM Lewis L., of Boston, a native of 

Rhode Island, at the English settlement 

on Columbia River, northwest coast of 

America, aged 32 years. American of Nov. 11, 1817 

Augustus, at Smithfield, aged 67 years, of 

Society of Friends, Feb. 26, 1828 

Otis, infant son of Oliver, at Pawtucket, aged 

13 months, Sept. 7, 1828 

LAPREAUX Dr. , at Paris, aged 87 years, 

a great medical writer. American of Aug. 6, 1876 

LAQUERK Dr. Ambrose, killed in a duel with 

V. T, Page, in Texas. American of June 19, 1832 



336 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

LARCHAR Hannah, wife of Joseph W., for- 
merly of Providence, at Albany, N. Y., 
. aged 39 years. American of March 13, 1818 

Roxalina, infant daughter of Edward M., at 

Taunton, Oct 8, 1822 

Lewis, of Providence, aged 33 years, lost 
overboard from wreck of schooner Enter- 
prise, at sea. American of Sept. 27, 1825 

Charles Hartshorn, youngest son of John, in 
6th year, June 3, 1827 

LARING Rev. Henry Lloyd, D. D., archdeacon 
of Calcutta, in India, aged 38 years ; was 
born in Boston ; his father before the Rev- 
olution was a high sheriff in Massachu- 
setts. American of July 29, 1823 
LARKIN John, at Newport, in 4rst year. 

American of July 9, 1816 

Elizabeth, widow of Jame.s, at Newport, in 

79th year. American of Nov. [2, 1819 

John S., cashier of the Commercial Bank, 

Boston, fell dead in his bank. American of Nov. 6, 1832 

LARKINS Mrs. Amey, widow of Joseph, in this 

town, in 72d year. American of Jan. 11, 1814 

LARNED Thomas A., of this town, in 23d year, 

military honors, Nov. 19, f8o9 

Dr. Jonathan, at Oxford, aged 43 years. 

American of July 13, 1810 

John Martin, infant son of John S., aged 8 

months, 6 days, Oct. 18, 1814 

Ann D., wife of George, Esq., at Thompson, 

Ct, in 30th year, April 7, 181 5 

Emily L., wife of George B., Esq., and 
daughter of Elkanah Watson, Esq., of Al- 
bany, N. Y., at Detroit, Jan. 4, 18 17 

Hon. Thaddeus, at Thompson, Ct., in 62d 

year, Jan. 18, 181 8 

Augustus, merchant, formerly of Thompson, 
Ct., at Newtown-Trap, Md., in 44th year. 
American of p'eb. 3, 1818 

Rev. Sylvester, at New Orleans, Presbyterian, 
a native of Pittsfield, Mass. He died on his 
birthday, aged 24 years, Aug. 31, 1820 

Rebecca, widow of Gen. Daniel, and sister to 
William Wilkinson, Esq., of Providence, at 
Thompson, Ct., in 74th year, Jan. 22, 1821 

Henry, son of William, at Gualon, S. A., in 

33d year, Oct. 11, 1824 

-George B., at Detroit, Mich., in 30th year ; 
was third son of Col. Simeon, of Massa- 
chusetts and brother of late Rev. Sylves- 
ter, Jan. 27, 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



337 



LARNED Sarah W., widow of Rev. Sylvester, 

late pastor of Presbyterian Church at New 

Orleans, at Washington City, aged 25 years. 

American of 

Mary J., daughter of late Daniel. Esq., at 

Thompson, Ct. American of 
William, Esq , aged 75 years, Feb. 22; a fine 

obituary in issue of 
Ebenezer, at Oxford, aged 31 years, 
LaROACH James, died from exposure in a ship- 
wreck, 
LAROBY George W., youngest son of late 
James, at Havana, on board brig Fame, of 
this Port, in 17th year, 
LAROCHE Count Lenori, a Peer of France, at 

Paris, aged 75 years. American of 
LAROCHELLE alias Gaushi Michael, at Wil- 
liam Henry Carr's, aged 99 years; this is the 
person mentioned in the papers 7 years 
ago as having lasted 42 days, 

LARRAIN Mr. , editor of the New Orleans 

Chronicle, killed in a duel with Mr. Bruner, 
editor of the Louisiana Gazette. American 
of 
LARUE Cadet, executed at Portsmouth, Va., 
for murder of his wife, a case-hardened 
villain, 
LASCELLS Elizabeth, at Newport, aged 80 

years. American of 
LASSELL Rebecca, wife of John, in this town, 
in 6 1st year, 
Eunice, wife of John, in this town, in 40th 

year, 
Charlotte, daughter of the late Capt. Charles, 

at Newport, in 27th year. American of 
Mary, daughter of the late Capt. Charles, of 
Newport, at Bristol, aged 30 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Deborah, daughter of John, in 31st year, 
John C, aged 53 years, 
LATHAM Alpheus, drowned near Field's Point, 
in 19th year, native of North Providence, 
Nancy, wife of Mathewson, at North Prov- 
idence, in 37th year, 
Arthur, at Smithfield, in 64th year, 
Rhoda, at Smithfield, aged 38 years, 
LATHROP Rev. John, D. D., at Boston, aged 
76 years, 
Andrew, native of Connecticut, formerly of 
Providence, at St. Helena, Louisiana, 



Jan. 28, 1825 

Sept. II, 1827 

Feb. 26, 1828 
Oct, 7, 1828 

Dec. 2, 1818 

Nov. 5, 1825 
April IS, 1825 

March 14, 1830 

April 25, 1820 

Dec. 10, 1813 

March 8, 1825 

Oct. 16, 1810 

July II, 1815 

Oct. I, 1819 

Oct. 26, 1 819 
July II, 1825 
Feb. 17, 1830 

Aug. 5, 1819 

Nov. 10, 1 82 1 
Nov. 30, 1822 
July 19, 1827 

Jan. 4, 1816 

Dec. 7, 1819 



338 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LATHROP Thomas, Esq., at Leydon, Mass., 
aged 54 years, formerly of Northbridge, 
Stratton, D. C, June 4, 1820 

Rev. Dr. , at Springfield, Mass., in 90th 

year ; has published 6 volumes of his ser- 
mons. American of Jan. 9, 1821 
Zebediah, son of late Zebediah, in r9th year, June 17, 1827 

LATROBE Henry S. B., son of B. Henry, Esq., 
of Washington, at New Orleans, aged 24 
years. American of Oct. 10, 1817 

Mr. , an Architect, at New Orleans, Sept. 3, 1820 

LAUDERDALE Countess of, in England. Her 

clothes caught fire. American of Dec. 14, 1821 

LAUGHTON Lieut. William, on board U. S. 

Ship Constellation, July 22, 1825 

LAURAGNALS Duke de Brancas, of the Acad- 
emy of Science, aged 92 years. He dis- 
covered the decomposition of the diamond 
and an improvement in manufacturing por- 
celain, at Paris. American of Dec. 17, 1824 

LAURENS Henry, son of the Second President 
of the Continental Congress, at Charleston, 
S. C American of July 3, 1821 

LAVATER Madame, widow of the celebrated 

physiognomist, at Zurich, Sept. 24, 181 5 

LAVELLE Col. Jacint, at Harper's Ferry, Va. 
He came to America with Gen. LaFayette. 
American of Oct. i, 1822 

LAVELLIERE Baptiste, from eating strong 
roots; leaves 8 children, near Quebec. 
American of July 23, 1816 

LAVERY Hugh, at Brookline, aged 68 years. 

American of July 27, 1830 

LAVILLASSE Marquis of, one of Napoleon's 
favorite officers, aged 32 years ; had served 
Austria, Prussia, Russia, and Waterloo, at 
New Orleans. American of July 20, 1819 

LAW Edward, Baron Ellenborough, and Chief 
Justice of England, aged 68 years, in Eng- 
^l3"d, Dec. 13, 1818 

David, at Killingly, Ct„ in 79th year, Jan. 12, 1821 

John, Esq., nephew of the late Lord Ellen- 
borough, Chief Justice of England, at 
Washington, D. C. American of Oct. 15, 1822 

Lucretia, wife of Richard, collector of the 
port, at New London, aged 43 years. 
American of 

Mrs. , wife of Samuel, at New York; 

presented her husband with three fine 

boys. American of Dec. 21, 1824 



Dec. 2, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 339 

LAW Lieut. John, native of Rhode Island, at 
Spartanburgh, S. C, aged 84 years. Amer- 
ican of Aug. I, 1826 
LAWLESS Mrs. Sarah, at Bristol, aged 85 
years, about 40 years member of Congrega- 
tional Church, Oct. i, 1822 

Mr. , blacksmith, killed by a slave while 

working together at an anvil, at Baton 
Rouge, La. American of Oct. 28, 1825 

LAWRENCE Capt. James, from wounds in the 

action with the Shannon, June 5, 1813 

Lucy, at New Brunswick, N. J., aged 42 years. 
She was sister of the late Capt. James of 
the Chesapeake. American of Oct. 26, 181 3 

Stephen, son of the late Joseph, of and at 

this town, in 24th year. May 13, 1814 

Lydia, of Plymouth in this town, in 22d year, Sept. 2, 18 14 

Susan, daughter of William, in this town, 

aged 14 years, Jan. 31, 1815 

William S., eldest son of John, in this town, 

in 27th year, (Masonic honors) June 5, 1815 

Margaret, wife of John, in 50th year. Amer- 
ican of May 13, 1817 

Catharine, wife of Augustine H., Esq., at 

New York. American of Nov. 4, 1817 

Tamazon, wife of Thomas, at Wrentham, in 

28th year. May 21, 1819 

Sally, wife of Jabez, at Johnston, in 40th 

year, Dec. 23, 1820 

Thomas, Esq., at Newtown, L. I., aged 55 

years. American of April 12, 1825 

Anna, at Glocester, aged 61 years, June 16, 1825 

Daniel S., in 32d year, Jan. 18, 1828 

James, at Middlesex, Ct., shot himself acci- 
dentally with his rifle, April 24, 1828 

John, in 73d year, Aug. 3, 1829 

Ma'rtin, of Denmark, at Boston, aged 36 

years. American of July 27, 1830 

Elizabeth A., daughter of Hon. Luther, at 

Groton, aged 21 years. American of Aug. 27, 1830 

Walter, killed, aged about 45 years, Sept. 24, 1831 

Walter, paper hanger, killed in the riot at 

Providence. American of Sept. 27, 1831 

Halstead, aged 46 years, from drinking the 

wrong drug in his beer, at New York, April 26, 1832 

Halstead, aged 46 years, blacksmith, at New 
York, from drinking beer made by an In- 
dian herb doctor, April 26, 1832 

John, at Killingly, Ct., in 76th year, soldier 

of the Revolution, Oct. 2, 1832 



340 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LAWSON William, at Charleston, S. C. He 
arrived there last Spring from Newport, 

Lucy, wife of Thomas, formerly of Wood- 
stock, Ct., at Providence, aged 36 years, 

Matthew, sailor belonging to revenue cutter 
Alabama. He stepped before the mouth 
of a gun at the instant of its discharge, at 
Mobile, 
LAWTON Ryal, widow of Capt. John, at New- 
port, aged 61 years. American of 

Mary, widow of Robert, at Portsmouth, in 
79th year, 

Elisha, at Newport, in 78th year, 

Mary, wife of Robert, and daughter of the 
late Joseph, at Newport, in 56th year, 

Mrs. Mary H., widow of Robert, at Ports- 
mouth, in 92d year. American of 

David, of Somerset, private in Capt. William 
Battey's Co. of Infantry, at Fort George, 
U. C, 

Mrs. Rebecca, at Newport, in 72d year. 
American of 

Benjamin H., son of Jonathan, of Newport, 
at Charleston, S. C, in 30th year, 

Robert, at Smithfield, in 84th year, 

Mary Ann, daughter of Josiah, aged 2 years, 
II months, 

Capt. Robert, of Newport, on Coast of 
Africa, 

Capt. Robert, at Newport, in 87th year. 
American of 

Sarah, wife of Henry, Jr., at Portsmouth, in 
26th year. American of 

Hannah, wife of Robert, Esq., at Portsmouth, 
in 6 1st year, 

William, in 74th year, 

Rachal, youngest child of Benjamin, at New- 
port, in nth year, 

Sarah, eldest daughter of Henry, Esq., at 
Portsmouth, in 33d year. American of 

Mary, wife of Job, at Portsmouth, in S2d 
year. American of 

Mary, widow of Job, at Newport, aged 57 
years. American of 

Mary, wife of Jonathan, at Newport, in 65th 
year, 

Josiah, infant son of Josiah, at Newport, 

Capt. Jeremiah, master of brig Curlew, of 
Boston, and son of late Capt. Samuel, of 
Newport, at Lagos, Africa. American of 



Oct. 28, 


1817 


Jan. 23, 


1828 


July 5. 


1831 


Feb. 20, 


1810 


March i, 
July 2, 


1810 
1811 


July 29, 


1811 


Nov. 12, 


iSir 


June 17, 


1813 


May 5, 


1815 


May 16, 
Oct. 2, 


1816 
1816 


Oct. 10, 


1817 


July -, 


1819 


Sept. 7, 


1819 


Jan. 26, 


1819 


Jan. 24, 
March 19, 


1820 
1820 


May 26, 


1820 


Nov. 14, 


1820 


March 20, 


1821 


Aug. 31, 


1821 


Oct. 16, 
Nov. 2, 


1821 
1822 


March 30, 


1824 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



341 



LAWTON Henry, son of William, aged 7 years, 
at Bristol, 

George, at Pawtucket, in 26th year, 

Mrs. Anna, at Portsmouth, aged 114 years. 

Miss Anna, at Portsmouth, aged 94 years, 
not 114, as inserted in a previous issue 
(says issue March 29), 

Henry, Esq., at Portsmouth, in 60th year, 
formerly Judge Court of Common Pleas 
for the County, and Town Treasurer. 
American of 

James, at Norton, aged 62 years, found dead 
in bed. American of 

Ann, wife of John, and daughter of George 
Lawton ; drowned herself, her daughter 
and niece. Poverty and absent husband 
and her needs prompted the deed, at Ports- 
mouth. American of 

Lewis D., son of Benjamin, at Newport, sud- 
denly, aged 28 years, 

Benjamin, son of James, of Newport, at Bal- 
timore, aged 27 years. American of 

Mary Ann, daughter of late Henry, Esq., at 
Portsmouth aged 30 years, 

Joseph, infant son of Joseph S., 

Rhoda, wife of Benjamin, at Newport, 

Jonathan, of Troy, Mass., in 32d year; fell 
from maintopsail yard of brig Decatur, at 
sea, 

Louisa, wife of George J., at Freetown, aged 
25 years. American of 

Caroline, daughter of Josiah and Mary, aged 
I month. 

Comfort, at Newport, aged 83 years, at the 
asylum. 

Miss Sally, at Dartmouth, aged 36 years. 
American of 

Capt. Josias, at Port au Prince, in 43d year, 

Stephen P., son of Peleg, of South Kings- 
town, at Long Island, in 2Sth year. Amer- 
ican of 

Ehzabeth, wife of Isaac, at Portsmouth, aged 
69 years, of Society of Friends. American 
of 
LAZE MORE Mary, at Newport, in 71st year, 

LAZENA Mr. , of Island of St. Domingo, 

at Bristol. His servant was baiting the 
horse when it took a sudden fright, ran 
about 20 rods, threw him out and so injured 
his head that he lived four hours, 



April 8, 1824 
Sept. 19, 1824 
March 8, 1825 



March 10, 1825 

March 15, 1825 
April 29, 1825 

Nov. 25, 1825 

Dec. I, 1825 

Dec. 6, 1825 

Feb. 21, 1826 
Aug. 13, 1826 
Dec. 23, 1826 

March 4, 1827 

July 6, 1827 

Nov. 4, 1828 

Dec. 27, 1828 

Sept. 18, 1829 
Sept. 28, 1830 

Dec. 7, 1830 



Jan. 14, 1831 
Aug. 17, i8u 



Nov. 9, 1813 



342 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LEACH Andrew, native of Glenluce, Galloway- 
shire, Scotland, formerly a merchant at 
Boston, at Belfast, Me., 

Lewis, at Scituate, in 59th year, 

Betsey, wife of James, at Taunton, aged 33 
years, 

■Lois, at Bridsjewater, Mass., aged 25 years, 

Almy, wife of Elisha S., at Scituate, aged 24 
years, 
LEAKE William M., Esq., Marshal of Missis.sippi, 
at Natchez. American of 

Walter, late Governor of Mississippi, in Hinds 
Co., 

John G., at New York ; left an estate valued 
at nearly a million dollars. American of 
LEAPEROUSE Madame, aged 80 years, widow 
of the celebrated naturalist,at Touleuse, Fr., 
LEAR Col. Thomas, accountant, Department of 
War, at Washington, D. C, suddenly. 
American of 
LEARNED Rosabella, wife of Asa, in this town, 
in 44th year. 

Col. Simon, at Pittsfield, aged 63 years, late 
commander of 9th U. S. Infantry, formerly 
member of Congress, sheriff of Berkshire 
Co., Mass. American of 

Amasa, Esq., aged 74 years, at New London, 
Ct., formerly member of Congress from 
Connecticut and member of Assembly. 
American of 

Col. Sylvanus, at Oxford, Mass., aged 66 
years. American of 

Asa, aged 67 years, head clerk for Brown 
and Ives, 

Grant, at Boston, aged 5 1 ytars. American 
of 

, of Raynham, drowned in Taunton river, 

LEARY Thomas, near Edenton, N. C; he fell 
from his horse in a fox hunt. American of 
LEATHER KEE Paul, aged 53 years, 
LETHERBEE George W., aged 17 years, yourg- 
est son of late Paul, of Providence, at Ha- 
vana, on board brig Fame, of the fever, 
[his name printed incorrectly Larroby], 
LEAVENS John, son of Capt. Oliver, of this 
town, drowned, in 4th year, 

Melora, eldest daughter of Capt. Oliver, in 
20th year, 
LEAVENWORTH George, Esq., formerly of 
New Haven, Ct., at Paris, F" ranee. Amer- 
ican of 



May 7, 1820 
Aug. 30, 1 82 1 

Aug. 31, 1821 
March 9, 1824 

April 20, 1824 

July 25, 1823 

Nov. 17, 1825 

June 29, 1827 

March 5, 1826 

Oct. 18, 1816 
May 10, 1814 

Nov. 18, 1817 

May 6, 1825 

June 27, 1826 

Jan. 14, 1827 

May I, 1827 
Aug. 9, 1829 

April 7, 18 r 5 
July 23, 1822 

Oct. s, 1825 

March 29, 18 13 

Nov. 3, 1816 

Feb. 2, 1813 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



343 



LEAVITT Jonathan, aged i8 years, son of 

"^ Hon. Joshua, of Greenfield, Mass., and 

grandson of late President Stiles, member 

of junior class Yale College, at New Haven, 

LeBARON Mary F., wife of James, at Scituate, 
aged 38 years; leaves 7 children. Society of 
Friends, 
Miss Rebecca, at Scituate, aged 54 years, 

LEBRAS M , aged 15 years, at Paris, a sui- 
cide. American of 

LEBRUN Charles, Duke of Pacentia, in Europe, 
aged 86 years. Had played an important 
part in the affairs of Europe, and had held 
several very important and honorary posi- 
tions. American of 

LEEKLER John, executed at Lancaster, Penn., 
for murder. American of 

LECHMARE Richard, Esq., native of Boston, 
Mass., at Bristol, Eng., aged 87 years. 
American of 

LECH MERE Vice Admiral , in England, 

aged 64 years. American of 

LECOINTRE Col. , ex-aide to Marshall 

Massena, killed in a duel with Col. De Es- 
queville, of the Garde Royale, at Paris. 
American of 

LECOURBE Gen. . at Befort, Fr., aged 55 

years. American of 

LeCROIX Thomas, in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., Theatre, 

LEE William, eldest son of William, member of 
Brown University, in 17th year, 
General Henry, a Revolutionary hero, mur- 
dered by a mob, at Baltimore, 
Hon. Silas, at Wiscassett, Me., U. S. Attor- 
ney tor District of Maine, and Judge of 
Probate for Lincoln Co., aged 53 years. 
American of 
William, merchant, aged 56 years. Masonic 

honors ; sermon by Dr. Gano, 
Dr. Samuel, at Windham, Ct., aged 46 years. 

American of 
Lydia, widow of William, at Newport, aged 

55 years, American of 
Charles, at Farquier Co., Va., formerly U. 
S. Attorney General, aged 58 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Charles, in this town, in 73d year, 
Richard Henry, Esq., at Norfolk, Va. Amer- 
ican of 



May 10, 1821 



Dec. 25, 1825 
April 8, 1826 

April 10, 1832 



Sept. 28, 1824 
Nov. s, 1822 

March 25, 18:4 
March 12, 1816 

April 25, 1820 

Jan. S, 1816 

Dec. 26, 181 1 

Feb. 28, 181 1 

July 28, 1812 

March 8, 1814 
Oct. 20, 1814 
Dec. 30, 1 814 
May 23, 181 5 

July 7, 1815 
Aug. 22, i8rs 

Oct. 24, 1815 



344 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LEE George G., Esq., at Boston, aged 42 years, 

formerly member of the Massachusetts As- 
sembly, May 13, 1816 
H«nTy B., Esq., representative-elect from 

New York, at Putnam, N. Y. American of Sept. 24, 1816 
Rev. Jesse, late chaplain to Congress, 33 

years a Methodist preacher, aged 59 years, 

in Maryland. American of Sept. 27, 18 16 

Lieutenant William Arthur, U. S. Navy, son 

of the late Charles, Esq., of Virginia, at 

Blendensburg, D. C, aged 21 years, in a 

duel. American of July 18, 1817 
, son of William, at Charleston, S. C, 

fell from a church steeple. American of Sept. 2, 18 17 

Gen. Henry, a Revolutionary worthy, at 

Amilia Island, Ga., on board U. S. Ship 

John Adams ; the General was very poor 

and decrepit, has not seen a well day since 

the Baltimore, Md , affair ; it is said he 

has left a voluminous manuscript. Amer- 
ican of April 14, 1818 
Elizabeth, widow pi John, aged 80 years, 

formerly of Newport, Aug. 29, 1818 

Rev. Joseph, pastor of the church at Royal- 

ston. in 77th year, and 51st of his ministry, Feb. 16, 1819 
Thomas Sim, in Maryland, aged 75 years, 

second governor of the State, Nov. 9, 1819 

John K., of Providence, in Washington Co., 

Ga., aged 22 years, son of the late William, Dec. 27, 1820 
Stephen, at Rehoboth, aged 65 years. 

American of Aug. 14, 1821 

Waitey, wife of Simeon, Jr., daughter of 

Thomas Wall, of Glocester, deceased, at 

Mendon, Mass., March 26, 1822 

Betsey, widow of James, at Taunton, late of 

Swanzey, aged 29 years. American of Sept. 6, 1822 

Harriet E., youngest daughter of William, at 

Newport, in 22d year, Oct. 6, 1822 

Waitey, daughter of Levi, at Cumberland, 

aged 40 years, Nov. 8, 1822 

Mary, wire of Robert P., and daughter of late 

Phineas Clarke, at Newport, aged 26 years. 

American of Oct. 14, 1823 

William R., Esq., aged 80 years, at Salem, 

collector of the port. American of Nov. 16, 1824 

Miss Lydia, at Cumberland, suddenly, in 6ist 

year, Dec. i, 1824 

James, at Douglass, Mass. American of Feb. 25, 1825 

Mr. S. H., at Charleston, S. C. American of July 29. 1825 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 345 

LEE Abigail, daughter of late William, at Mew- 
port, of Society of Friends, aged 61 years. 

American of Aug. 30, 1825 

Bethiah, wife of Dea. Charles, at Windham, 

Ct., aged 36 years. American of Jan. 25, 1828 

Amaziah, at Attleboro, in 63d year, March 8, 1829 

Ann H., widow of Gen. Henry, of the Rev- 
olution, at the residence of W. H. Fitz- 

hugh, at Ravensworth, July 26, 1829 

Samuel, at Salisbury, aged 80 years, soldier 

of the Revolution and oldest person in the 

place, Sept. 8, 1829 

Richard, at Marblehead, aged 67 years. 

American of May 21, 1830 

Stephen, of Portland, at New York, aged 74 

years, soldier of the Revolution ; was at 

one time prisoner on the Jersey prison 

ship but escaped by swimming to the 

shore. American of , Feb. 4, 1831 

Capt. Frederick, at Madison, Ct., aged 63 

years, for years in command of a revenue 

cutter in the Long Island Sound. Ameri- 
can of June 3, 1831 
Lydia; wife of Levi, at Cumberland, in 74th 

year, Dec. 15, 1832 

LEFEHRE Marshall, Duke of Dontzie, in France. 

American of Nov. 7, 1820 

LEFTWICH Capt. Greenville, of the 7th U. S. 

Infantry, in Arkansas, Sept. 24, 1824 

LEGARE Mrs. , wife of Lieut. , of the 

Navy, at Norfolk, Va. She had just arrived 

from Key West. American of May 10, 1825 

James, Esq., at St. John's Island, near 

Charleston, .S. C, aged 74 years, soldier of 

the Revolution. American of Feb. 2, 1830 

LEGG William, in this town, in 53d year, Dec. 30, 1812 

. David Edmund, infant son of William, Sept. 24, 1823 

L'HAMMEDIEN Ezra, Esq.. aged ^^ years, at 

Southold, L. I. He had served the public 

upwards of 33 years, and was absent but 

one year in that time ; leaves wife and one 

child. American of Oct. 8, 1811 

Lewis, drowned in the Passaic River with 

another lad while bathing. American of July 29, 1825 

Nathaniel, of cholera, July 26, 1832 

LEIB Dr. Michael, formerly M. C, from Penn., 

at Philadelphia, Dec. 28, 1822 

LEIGHTON Mrs. Dolly, at Glocester. Ameri- 
can of Sept. 24, 1830 



346 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LEIPER Thomas, at Philadelphia, aged 80 years, 

for 50 years he was in politics. American 

of J^ly 22, 1825 

LEITH Gen. Sir James, G. C. B., in Barbadoes, 

Governor of the Isles. American of Nov. 26, 1816 

LEMAN Joseph, seaman, on board brig Peter 

Ramsen, fell from the foreyard on the out- 
ward passage and killed. American of June 12, 1829 
LEMOINE Stephen P., Esq., attorney at law, at 

New York, in 31st year, Dec. 31, 1824 

LENOX William H., of Arkansas. In crossing 

the Arkansas River with his wife and her 

two daughters by her former husband 

James Hamilton, of Cincinnati, the boat 

capsized and the three ladies were drowned. 

Anierican of Feb. 6, 1829 

LEO XII, Pope. American of April 10, 1829' 

LEON the Princess of ; was being dressed to go 

and dine with the Duke of Orleans when 

her clothes caught fire and so badly burnt 

her that she lived but a few hours, her age 

was 24 years, Jan. 11, 1815 

LEONARD Capt. Abiatha, at Taunton, at an 

advanced age, Jflly 13, 1810 

Charles Emmanuel, at Taunton, in 34th year, July 16, 1810 
Henry, son of Alpheus, Esq., aged i year, 

8 months, April 11, 18 14 

Zephaniah, Esq., of Raynham, aged ^^ years, April 11, 1814 
Timothy, at New Marlboro, Mass., aged 70 

years ; at 26 he became insane, lived alone 

and like a brute. American of July 11, 1817 

George, Jr., attorney at law, son of Hon. 

George, formerly of Massachusetts, in New 

Brunswick ; was out gaming, in crossing a 

creek on a log he fell in and was drowned. 

American of Nov. 27, 18 18 

Hon. George, at Norton, Mass., aged 90 

ydars ; had been a Member of Massachu- 
setts Legislature, Judge of Probate and 

M. C, July 26, 1819 

Ruth, wifeof Silas, at Taunton, aged S3 years, Dec. 22, 1819 
Daniel, at Taunton, aged 24 years. Ameri- 
can of Oct. 2, 1 82 1 
Seth, at Raynham, aged about 70 years, pen- 
sioner of the Revolution, Oct. 30, 1821 
Benjamin, son of Elijah, at Taunton, aged 13 

months. American of Nov. 9, 1821 

Barnum Lowell, son of Sylvester, at Taunton, 

aged 6 years, Feb. 11, 1822 

Susan, wife of Abiather, at Taunton, aged 52 

years, Aug. 25, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 347 

LEONARD Charles Henry, at Seekonk, aged 

about ayears, Oct. 26, 1823 

Job, at Raynham, aged^ 46 years. American 

of Oct. I, 1824 

Barzillai, formerly of Taunton, in Maryland, 

aged 30 years, Oct. 17, 1824 

Samuel, of West Springfield, Mass.; killed 

his wife with an ax and then himself, Dec. 19, 1825 

friscilla, at Taunton, aged 49 years, Jan. 7, 1826 

Ichabod, at Taunton, aged 60 years, Jan. 19, 1826 

Silas, at Taunton, aged 54 years, P'eb. 9, 1826 

Cuff (colored), aged 63 years, at Raynham, 

soldier of the Revolution. American of Feb. 10, 1826 

Sarah, widow of Capt. Abiather, aged 71 

years, at Taunton. American of Feb. 17, 1826 
, wife of Samuel, at Taunton, aged 38 

years, Sept. 29, 1826 

Experience, widow of Hon. George, kt Nor- 
ton, in 89th year. American of June i, 1827 
Sybil, widow of Capt. Ichabod, at Taunton, 

aged 91 years, Aug. ti, 1827 

Abigail, widow of Benjamin, aged 88 years, 

at Taunton, April 5, 1828 

Daniel, Esq., formerly Chief Justice of Ber- 
muda, aged 89 years, killed by accidental 

discharge of a pistol ; was a native of 

Massachusetts, a classmate at Harvard 

with John Adams, and was one of the last 

of the Loyalists that were expatriated at 

the time of the Revolution, Aug. 25. 1829 

Henry P., at Sturbridge, Mass., graduate of 

Brown University. American of Jan. 28, 1831 

Maria, killed by William Roby, at Boston. 

American of July 19, 1831 

Sarah Ann, daughter of late J , at Ware- 
ham, in 15th year, Oct. 8, 183 1 
Maria, murdered by William Roby, who was 

sentencea to be hung for the crime. 

American of July 14, 1832 

LEOPOLD , Secretary of State of Sweden, 

the "Voltaire of the North." American of May 23, 1820 
LESEINGER P., a German and suicide, aged 70 

years, in New York. American of May 11, 1819 

LESLIE Mrs. John, in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., theatre, Dec. 26, 181 1 
Prof. , of the University of Edinburgh, 

at Pavia, in 8sth year, Oct. 31, 1832 

LETH BRIDGE Samuel, at Franklin, in 67th 

year, Feb. 7, 1816 

LETHRIDGE James, at Franklin, aged 48 years. 

American of Dec. 12, 1809 



348 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LETTSOM Dr. 



in London, aged 70 years. 



He first introduced the " Mangle Wurzell " 
in England, 

LETUZ Henry Gerard, native of Switzerland, 
at Frederickburg, Va., while playing on 
the organ in church, 

LEUCHTEMBURG Prince Eugene [Eugene 
Beauharnais], by apoplexy, after a severe 
illness ; is reported from Turin, 

LeVAILLIANT at Paris, at a very advanced 
age, a celebrated traveller. American of 

LeVALLEY Anne, wife of John, of and at War- 
wick, 
Peter, at Warwick, in 89th year. American 

of 
Jemima, wife of Gardiner T., and daughter of 
Calvin Walker, of Providence, at East 
Greenwich, in 45th year, 
Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, daughter of 
Thomas Remington, at Coventry, in 67th 
year, 
Margaret, daughter of Stephen, at Warwick, 
in 31st year, 

LEVECK Lucy W., wife of John C, of Charles- 
ton, S. C, daughter of Nathaniel B. Dex- 
ter, at Pawtucket, 

LEVI , at Richmond, Va., was an elderly 

gentleman ; while walking the street he 
fell to the ground and expired. American 
of 
Marcus, at Richmond, Va., for 30 years well 
known at that city ; was a Hebrew and 
an expert in the rituals of that people; he 
lived alone and seemed to be in great want; 
there was found m his house after his 
death upwards of ;g6o,ooo. American of 
Mr. , doorkeeper, perished in the burn- 
ing of the Royal Brunswick theatre, Lon- 
don, 

LEVY Emanuel, at Charleston, S. C, suicide, 
insane. American of 

LEWETT Peter, at Medway, Mass., aged 67 
years. American of 

LEWIN Bethiah, wife of Capt. John, at Swan- 
zey, aged 65 years, 
Mary Ann, daughter of Nathan, aged 15-^ 
months, at Swanzey, Mass. American of 

LEWIS Mary, wife of Aaron, and eldest daugh- 
ter of Noah Mason, of this town, at Digh- 
ton, in 62d year, 



Nov. I, 1815 

July 8, 1816 

May I, 1823 

Feb. 4, 1825 

March 18, 18 14 

March 24, 1818 

Jan. 22, 1826 

April 26, 1 828 
Oct. 28, 1832 

May 2, 1824 
July II, 1823 

July 25, 1823 

Feb. 28, 1828 
Dec. 13, 1816 
Oct. 16, 1 82 1 
Jan. 31, 1814 
Sept. 21, 1821 

May 13, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 349 

LEWIS John, Jr., son of Major John, at Coven- 
try, in 36th year, ^. Jan. 9, 1816 

Mrs. Mary, wife of Major John, at Coventry, 

in 55th year, Jan. 15, 1816 

Abigail, widow, at Middleboro. American 

of May 14 ana 17, 1816 

M. G., at sea. on passage from Jamaica to 
Liverpool, was an author, well known as 
" Monk Lewis." American of Sept. 4, 181 8 

Harriet, wife of James, daughter of Guy 

Richards, Esq., of New London, at Paris, Dec. 8, 181 8 

Matthew Gregory, in England, known as 
" Monk " Lewis. See obituary in this num- 
ber. American of Jan. 15, 1819 

Rebecca, widow of Richard, at Newport, in 
70th year. American of Jan. 4, 1820 

Rebecca, widow of Richard, at Newport, in 
70th year. American of Jan. 14, 1820 

Lydia, widow of Capt. Edward, of Marble- 
head, Mass., at Pawtucket, in 43d year. 
American of Feb. 25, 1820 

David, a notorious robber, aged 30 years, in 
jail at Bellefonte, Penn., of his wounds. 
American of Aug i, 1820 

William, colored, aged 32 years, recently from 

Island of Antigua. American of Aug. 4, 1820 

Sarah Ann, wife of Dea. Daniel, eldest daugh- 
ter of Nicholas C. Northup, Esq., at North 
Stonington, Ct, May 20, 1821 

, son of Capt. , drowned, fell over- 
board in a scuffle on a vessel, at Baltimore, June 8, 1822 

H. C, late resident of Philadelphia, a printer, 
and man of education, near Louisville, Ky., Oct. 3, 1822 

Hon. Lothrop, at Bangor, Me., aged 58 years; 
was one of the commissioners to decide the 
Massachusetts and Maine lands ; was a 
surveyor and dropped dead beside his in- 
struments, Oct. 9, 1822 

Samuel, at Lancaster, Penn., aged 69 years, 

the geographer and penman. American of Oct. 15, 1822 

Francis, at Tisbury, Mass., aged 63 years, 32 
of which he dressed as a woman. He mar- 
ried and left a numerous family. American 
of Feb. 4, 1823 

Mary S., wife of Benjamin, in 38th year, Oct. 25, 1823 

Samuel V., aged 18 years, son of widow Ann, 
of Bristol, at sea, on board ship Gen. Jack- 
son, on her passage from Havana to Trieste, Nov. 21, 1823 

Jesse, aged 17 years, son of widow Ann, of 
Bristol, at sea, on board ship Gen. Jackson, 



350 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND ' 

LEWIS: 

on her passage from Havana to Trieste. 

American of Nov. 25, 1823 

Com. Jacob, aged 60 years, in New Jersey, 
formerly of IVTarblehead, and commanded 
a flotilla in late war. American of June 18, 1824 

Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Lewis of musical 
memory, being the third child he has lost 
within a few days, at Pomt Coupee. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 30, 1824 

Miss Molly, at Attleboro, formerly of Provi- 
dence, aged 84 years, Dec. 26, 1825 

Higgins, of Dartmouth, at sea, on board brig 
Sail and Hope, on passage from Port au 
Prince, April 8, 1826 

Sarah H., infant daughter of Benjamin, at 

Providence, May 25, 1826 

Rev. Abner, at Swanzey, in 79th year. Amer- 
ican of July 25, 1826 

Rev Abner, at Swanzey, in 79th year. Amer- 
ican of Aug. [, 1826 

John Henry, son of Lewis, at Wickford, Dec^ 13, 1827 

Miss Sarah Ann, in 27th year, April 16, 1828 

Lucy Enieline, daughter of Thomas, aged 11 

months, July 23, 1828 

Joseph, at Sterling, Ct., aged 40 years ; in 
attempting to save his son from drowning 
he lost hi? life, Aug. 3, 1828 

William, Jr.. of Monroe, Orange Co., N. Y.; 
his house caught fire and 4 of his children 
perished. American of 

Robert, Esq.. aged 60 years, at Fredericks- 
burg, Va., mayor of the city and nephew 
of Gen. Washington, American of 

Daniel, at Newport, aged 39 years, 

William, at Athol, Mass , aged 66 years, sol- 
dier of the Revolution. American of 

"Roswell W., died suddenly while eating, at 
New York. American of 

Capt. David, at Calais, suffocated, 

Gilbert, at Sandwich, aged 56 years, 

Mary, wife of Asa, at Boston, aged 46 years. 
American of 

Hannah G., at Boston, aged 28 years. 
American of 
I.EWSON Lady Jane, at London, aged r 16 years, 
was married early and a widow at 26, hav- 
ing had one child, a daughter. American 
of 



Jan. 1 6, 


1829 


Feb. 10, 
Sept. 3, 


1829 
1829 


Oct. 20, 


1829 


Dec. 22, 


1829 


June 5, 
Feb. 26, 


1830 
1831 


March 11, 


1831 


April 29, 


1831 


Aug. 6, 


i8i6 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



351 



LIBBEY Joanna, widow of Capt. David, at At- 

tleboro, in 86th year, 
LIGHTAZARD John, at sea, on board U, S. 

Ship Cyane. American of 
LIGHTHURN Mrs. Susannah, wife of Capt. 

Benjamin S., late of Newport, at Nassau, 

N. P. American of 
LILLEY Mr. , near Cape Fear, N. C, aged 

1 1 5 years ; had no family, was a hunter 

and farmer and never had a bed, Amer- 
ican of 
LILLIBRIDGE Edward, at Richmond, in 87th 

year. American of 
Jesse, at Newport, aged 88 years. American 

of 
LINCENT Laban, at Fearing, O., formerly of 

Providence, in 70th year, 
LINCH John, gardener, in England ; found dead 

the next morning after sitting up all night 

to watch for robbers, the gases in the 

greenhouse suffocating him. American of 
LINCOLN Major General Benjamin, late col- 
lector of Boston and Charleston, at Hing- 

ham, 
Daniel Waldo, Esq., at Worcester, aged 31 

years, son of Hon. Levi. American of 
Anna, wife of Spencer, at Providence, in 22d 

year, 
Hon. Levi, formerly Attorney General of 

United States, also Lieut. Governor and 

Acting Governor of Massachusetts, at 

Worcester, 
Lydia Pringell, daughter of Thomas, aged 28 

years, 
George, aged 7 years, Sarah, aged 18 months, 

children of Nedebiah, jr., at Taunton. 

American of 
William, 2d, at Taunton, aged 30 years. 

American of 
Albert, son of Hadijah, at Taunton, aged 7 

years. American of 
Caleb, at Taunton, aged 62 years, 
Maria, daughter of late Caleb, at Taunton, 

aged 23 years, a few hours previous to her 

father's burial, 
Lydia, wife of Abijah, at Taunton, aged 60 

years, 
David, at Norton, aged 95 years. He had 8 

children, 65 grand, 68 of the fourth and 2 

of the fifth generation, 



June 28, 1817 
Jan. S, 1 82 1 

May 19, 1826 

Feb. 27, 18 1 8 
Feb. 26, 1 8 19 
April 4, 1828 
July 22, 1820 

Dec. 27, 1 8 14 

May 9, 1 810 
April 25, 1815 
April 23, 1 81 8 

April 14, 1820 
March 29, 1821 

March i, 1822 

March 8, 1822 

May 17, 1822 
March 27, 1822 

March 28, 1822 
March 31, 1822 

July 19, 1822 



352 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LINCOLN Deborah, wife of Nebediah, at Taun- 
ton, aged 30 years, Oct. 7, 1822 
Abijah, at Taunton, aged 68 years, Aug. 2, 1823 
Mrs. Abigail, at Taunton, aged 74 years, Aug. 24, 1823 
Lucinda B., daughter of Ambrose, at Rayn- 

ham, aged 18 years. American of Oct, 10, 1823 

Simon, late editor of the Connecticut Mirror, 

at Berlin, Ct., aged, 34 years. American 

of Oct. 17, 1823 

Hon. Abraham, of Worcester, member of the 

executive council, at Boston, aged 63 years, 

very suddenly, July 2, 1824 

Eunice Ann, daughter of Simon, at Norton, 

Mass,, aged 16 years, Sept. 15, 1824 

Anna, aged 68 years, sister of late Simeon, at 

Norton. Four of this family have died and 

six more have been under the doctor's care 

within the last 49 days, Oct. 6, J 824 

Elijah, formerly of Taunton, at North Provi- 
dence, ageu 62 years, July 20, 1825 
Elijah, aged 60 years, while mowing for Gen. 

Hawes, at North Providence. American 

of July 29, 1825 

Spencer, son of Thomas, in 31st year, Sept. 21, 1825 

Rufus, at Norton, aged 69 years, Oct. 17, 1826 

Sullivan, in 41st year, Oct. 22, 1826 

Mrs. Elizabeth, at Taunton, aged 79 years, Feb. 19, 1827 

Thomas, aged 56 years, Nov. 8, 1827 

Marcha, widow of Hon. Levi, at Worcester, 

aged 68 years, March 28, 1828 

Capt. , of brig America, of Bristol, at 

New Orleans, Nov, 27, 1828 

Capt. Amos, at Quincy, aged 75 years, uncle 

of the governors of Mame and Massachu- 

,setts; was one of the Boston Tea Party, 

and served in the Revolution ; commanded 

a company of artillery. American of 
Enoch, Governor of Maine, at Augusta, 
Miss Rachal, at Taunton, aged 36 years. 

American of 
Sarah, wife of Dr. Asa, at Brimfield, aged 39 

years, 
-Angelina Frances, infant daughter of Leon- 
ard (^., aged 18 months, 
LINDENBERGER John, in Providence, in 64th 

year, 
Mellicent, third daughter of the late John, in 

19th year, 
LINDLEY Noah, Esq., attorney at law. at Wheel- 
ing, Va.; was a graduate of Yale, 1791, first 



March 31, 
Oct. 9, 


1829 
1829 


Feb. 12, 


1830 


Aug. 8, 


1830 


Sept. 17, 


.832 


Sept. 30, 


1817 


July 2, 


1818 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



353 



LINDLEY: 

tutor at Williams College and afterwards 
at Yale ; left $3,000 to Yale and a fund for 
a school at Wheeling, 

Jacob, Friend minister, at New Garden, Penn., 
by the overturning of a chaise. American 
of 

Capt. Joshua, aged ^^ years, 

Thomas, of Providence, aged 47 years, on 
board brig Fountain, on her passage from 
Surinam, 

Joab, of Providence, at Matanzas, in 3 2d year, 
LINDSEY Temperance Harriet, daughter of 
Samuel D., at Seekonk, 

James Mitchell, at Smithfield, aged about 23 
years, found in road frozen ; was born at 
Littleton, N. H.; enlisted in Capt. Greene's 
corps of artillery Feb. 4, 1815, and dis- 
charged April 24; had relatives at Peacham, 
Vt. American of 

Capt. Samuel, at Montreal, native of Penn- 
sylvania, aged 85 years. Congress offered 
him a majority, but he avowed his allegiance 
to the King. Gen. Washington, knowing 
his merits, granted him an escort to join 
the King's Army under Sir William Howe, 
who gave him a command in DeLancey's 
regiment, made him inspector of guides, 
which office he served in during the Revo- 
lution. American of 

Mary, wife of John, at Rehoboth, in 62d year. 
American of 

Arthur, seaman, perished in the wreck of 
schooner Quaker, 

Miss Charlotte, daughter of John, at Reho- 
both, in 29th year, 

Rev. Dr. , in Liverpool, suddenly, while 

attending a meeting, 

Betsey Eunice, daughter of Woodbury, at 
Bristol, aged ro years, 

Merabah, aged 56 years, 

, shot his wife dead in the presence of 

her mother and cousin, in Giles Co., Tenn., 

William, at Bristol, in 8ist year, 

Martha, daughter of Daniel, at Bristol, aged 
5 months, 

John, at Rehoboth, in 77th year, very sud- 
denly, 

Mrs. Lydia, at the Bristol Asylum, aged 82 
years, 



March 25, 1814 



July I, 1814 
Aug. 16, 1822 



Jan. — . 1828 
Feb. 10, 1830 

Jan. 22, 1816 



Feb. 18, 1817 



Feb. 13, 1818 

June 15, 1879 

March 6, 1820 

Dec. 22, 1820 

Feb. 14, 1 82 1 

April 5, 1824. 
April II, 1825 

June 28, 1825 
March 22, 1826 

July 6, 1826 

Jan. 7, 1829 

July 4, 1830 



354 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

LINDSEY Sarah D , wife of Cyrus W., and 

daughter of late John Sabin, in 39th year, Nov. 27, 1831 

Temperance I., wife of Samuel D., daughter 

of Abel Ide, of Seekonk, at Providence, in 

38th year, June 26, 1832 

Henry M., infant son of Col. Henry M., aged 

IS months, Dec. 2, 1832 

LINZEE Samuel Hood, Esq., rear admiral of the 

Blue squadron in British navy. American 

of Nov. 10, 1820 

LINES Miss , one of the Union Missionary 

family which left New York last year, in 

Arkansas, of fever. American of Sept. 19, 1820 

LINGUN General , of Georgetown, mur- 
dered by a mob at Baltimore, July 28, 1812 
LINN James, Esq., late secretary of state for 

New Jersey, and member of Congress, at 

Trenton, in 73d year, Jan. 5, 1821 

John, member of Congress from New Jersey, 

at Washington, D. C, Jan. 5, 1821 

LINSCOTT Jotham, at Sanford, Me., aged 21 

years ; while walking beside his team in 

usual health, he fell and instantly expired. 

American of Jan. 21, 1825 

LIPPITT Phebe, youngest daughter of John, in 

this town, in 3d year, April 16, 1809 

Waterman, son of the late Christopher, Esq., 

of Cranston, at Chatham, N. Y., in 51st 

year, leaves wife and 7 children, April 19, 1809 

John, at Warwick, in 8ist year, sermon by 

Rev. Mr. Crocker, Sept. 17, 181 1 

Elder Abraham, formerly of Warwick, at 

Harwick, N. Y., aged 65 years ; he en- 
tered the church' of Christ in 1774, or- 
dained elder in 1782 and had a pastoral 

charge until hisdeath, Aug. 23, 1812 

Ann Maria, wife of John, merchant, in this 

town, in 43d year, Oct. ir, 1812 

Eliza, wife of Moses, Esq., in 70th year, Aug. 12, 181 3 

George, son of Charles, Esq., of this town, 

aged about 26 years, Dec. 27, 1 8 1 3 

Caroline Snow, wife of Joseph Francis Lip- 

pitt, and youngest daughter of the late 

Capt. James Munroe, in this town, aged 25 

years, April 27, 181 5 

William Magee, only son of John, in 19th 

year, Feb. 2, 1818 

Ann, widow of John, aged 64 years, leaves 2 

daughters, Sept. 12, 1820 

John Allen, son of John, Esq., aged 19 

months, March 30, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 355 

LIPPITT , infant daughter of Richard. 

American of July 10, 1821 

Samuel Foster, son of Richard, aged 2 years, 

3 months, Aug. 11, i82t 

Cornelius, son of Richa'-d, in 4th year, Aug. 26, 1821 

Eliza, wife of Thomas, daughter of late Sam- 
uel Chace, Esq., of Providence, at War- 
wick; sermon by Rev. Dr. Crocker, Oct. 6, 1821 

Anne P., daughter of Charles, aged 28 years, Feb. 12, 1822 

Gen. Christopher, at Cranston, in 80th year, 
one of Rhode Island's distinguished offi- 
cers of the Revolution. (See fine obituary 
in issue of June 22), June 17, (824 

Lemuel Bishop, aged 17 years, Raymond 
Greene, aged 15 years, and James Russell, 
aged 14 years, sons of Richard Lippitt, 
Esq., cashier of Union Bank, drowned in 
the bay by the capsizing of the sloop Can- 
didate. Mr. L. has only one son now living, May i, 1825 

Wellington, eldest son of William, at Crans- 
ton, in I ith year. May 19, 1826 

Ann, wife of John, in Soth year, June 13, 1828 

Richard M., son of Richard, aged 6 years, Feb. 23, 1829 

Edwin F., at Warwick, in 27th year, June 14, 1829 

John, m 68th year, July 30 1830 

LISCOMB Abigail Howe, daughter of Isaac, 

at Bristol, in 19th y. ar, Oct. 5, 1819 

Francis, of Taunton, at sea, on board brig 

Elizabeth, fell from aloft during a squall, July 31, 1827 

Mary, daughter of late John, of Bristol, at 

Providence, aged 4( years, March 28, 1828 

Margaret, wife of Capt. Isaac, aged 59 years, Sept. 25, 1832 
LITCH Manasses, a child ot his aged about 8 
years ; had drank too freely of cider in the 
morning. Mr. L., who is a strict Thomp- 
sonian, tried the remedy on the child who 
died in about 4 hours, 
LITCHFIELD Miss Harriet, at Warwick, in 

19th year, 
LITTELL William, Esq.. LL. D., at Frankfort, 
Ky., author of Land Works. American of 
LITTLE Capt. Archibald, native of Bristol, at 

Baracoa, W. I , aged 34 years, Aug. 28, 1821 

William, at Baltimore, of firm of Cobb and 

Little, aged 26 years, Oct. 10, 1822 

Rev. Robert, pastor of Unitarian Church in 

Washington City, at Harrisburgh, Aug. 5, 1827 

Col. Peter, near Freedom, Baltimore Co., 
Md, in S5thyear; had been 20 years mem- 
ber of Congress ; he commanded the 38th 
U. S. Infantry in the last war, Feb. 5, 1830 



June 13, 


1830 


Jan. 14, 


1825 


Nov. 19, 


1824 



356 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LITTLE Michael, Esq., formerly deputy collec- 
tor, at Newbury port, suddenly, aged 69 

years American of 
LITTLEFIELD Deliverance, wife of Solomon 
v., at South Kingstown, in 69th year, 

Sarah, eldest daughter of the late George, of 
and at Newport, aged 20 years, 

Enoch S , of Bristol, at Havana, in 17th year, 
eldest son of the late Capt. Caleb, 

Nathaniel, at New Shoreham, aged 21 years. 
American of - 

Job and his wife, he aged 70 years, she 88, 
at Scituate, Mass., perished in the burning 
of their house, 

James, of Maine, aged 28 years, at New York 
hospital, of lumbar abscess, between Dec. 
I, 1821 and Feb. 28, 1822. American of 

Caleb, of Bristol, lost at sea from brig Mount 
Pleasant, in a gale of wind, 

Elizabeth, wife of Capt. William, and daugh- 
ter of late Francis Brinley, Esq., of New- 
port, at Columbia, Tenn., aged 58 years. 
American of 

LITTLEPAGE Miss , in the burning of the 

Richmond, Va., theatre, 

LITTLER , widow of Daniel, formerly of 

London, at Taunton, aged 42 years. 
American of 
LIVERMORE Elisha, Jr., at Ward, Mass., aged 
25 years, suddenly ; he ate a hearty dinner, 
walked about 30 rods, where he was found 
dead 40 minutes afterward. American of 

Mary, wife of Rev. Jason, at Tiverton, in 
60th year. American of 

Elder Jason, in 67th year, at Cumberland ; 
taken sick while on a preaching visit ; ser- 
mon by Rev. Dr. Gano, Acts xx:24, 

Arthur Hrown, son of Hon. Edward St. Loe 
L„ at Clemsford, Mass. American of 
LIVERPOOL Countess ot, late lady of the pre- 
mier of England, m London. American of 
LIVINGSTON Talliaferro, Esq., marshal, dis- 
trict of Alabama, at Mobile, aged 41 years. 
American of 

Gen. Henry, at Livingston Manor, N. Y., 
aged 71 years; was acting as lieutenant- 
colonel at the capture of Burgoyne, 

Dr. John, professor of Didactic and Polymic 
Divinity in the Theological Seminary of 
the Reformed Dutch church, at New 



April 22, 1 83 1 

March 11, 1810 

March 5, 1814 

Nov. 24, 1 817 

May 4, 1 821 

Feb. 17, 1822 

March 22, 1822 
Sept, 2, 1822 

Oct. I, 1822 
Dec. 26, 181 1 

Jan. II, 1828 

March 8, 1814 
March 14, 1815 

April I, 1816 

May 3, 1825 

July 31, 1821 

April 29, 1823 

May 26, 1823 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 357 

LIVINGSTON : 

Brunswick, N. J., in 79th year. American 

ot Jan. 25, 1825 

Francis A., Esq., late of Dutchess Co. 

American of June 22, 1830 

LIVINGSTONE Robert Clermont, eldest son 
of Hon. Brockholst, at Jamaica. Ameri- 
can of Aug. 21, 1818 

Hon. Brockholst, one of the associate jus- 
tices of the Supreme court, at Washing- 
ton, in 66th year, March 18, 1823 

Henry, Esq.; he married the eldest daugh- 
ter of Judge William W. Van Ness, and 
inherited a princely estate from the late 
Gen. Henry Livingston, at Claverick, N. 
Y., Nov. 21, 1828 

Henry C, at Sing Sing, N. Y., a notorious 

confidence man. American of Aug. 21, 1832 

LLOYD Mrs. , mother of William, at New- 
port, burnt from an explosion of gunpow- 
der she was carelessly handling. Ameri- 
can of Jan. 30, 1824 

Francis L., murdered at Boston at the place 
called the " Hill " by Mial and Warren 
Parker, in May — , 1823 Sentence of 
death has been pronounced upon them. 
American of Dec. 21, 1824 

William, Esq , aged 72 years, at Tarpoint, 
Eng., formerly commander of the Serapis 
frigate, probably the one Paul Jones cap- 
tured. American of Oct. 12, 1827 

William, at Springfield, aged 82 years. 

American of July 13, 1830 

Sarah, wife of Richard, of Smithfield, April 24, 1832 

LOCKARIN Miss Maria, at Newport, in 20th 

year, Jan. 24, 1823 

LOCKE Samuel B., private in Capt. William 
Battey's company of infantry, killed at 
Fort George, U. C, June 6, 181 3 

Jesse, at Cincinnati, aged 49 years, killed by 
discharge of a gun which a fellow in an 
adjoining room was imprudently snapping. 
American of Nov. 12, 181 3 

Jonas, at West Cambridge, aged 36 years, 
supposed poisoned from skinning a cow 
that had died. American of April 5, 1825 

Mrs. Susannah, at Falmouth, Me., aged 95 
years; her descendants are 11 children, 
89 grand, 2r I great-grand and 14 great- 
great-grandchildren, total 325. American of Oct. 21, 1825 



358 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LOCKWOOD Anna, wife of Capt. Amos, at 

Warwick, suddenly, in 30th year; was 

eldest daughter of Capt. Nathan Westcott, Nov. 9, 18 15 

Miss Nancy, in 64th year, July 22, 1819 

Avis, daughter of late Benoni, of Pawtuxet, 

■ at Providence, aged 57 years. American 

of Jan. 3, 1832 

LOFFT Capel, Esq., editor and author, in 

Italy. American of Aug. 3, 1824 

LOGAN William, at Providence, aged 50 years. 

American of June 2, 1818 

Thomas U., seaman, perished in the wreck 

of the schooner Quaker, March 6, 1 820 

Dr. George, near Philadelphia, aged 6J years, April 10, 1821 
John, at Woodstock, Vt., aged 34 years ; 
while raising a hog from the scalding tub 
the rope broke, precipitating him down a 
wharfing 27 feet and killing him, Dec. 4, 1829 

LOMAS John, at Knox, N. Y., aged 103 years ; 
was taken prisoner in the Revolution by 
the Chippewa Indians ; his wife is now 
living, aged 100 vcars American of July 3, 1832 

LOMBARD Adeline, drowned in the pond at 

Sutton, Mass., May 29, 1822 

LOMBER Abner, of Barnstable, seaman, belong- 
ing to schooner Apollo, of Boston, Oct. 31, 1825 
LONDONDERRY Lord, secretary of state for 
the foreign department, of London, at 
North Cray, Kent, a suicide, (see long 
obituary Oct. i), Aug. 12, 1822 
Marchioness of, in England ; she filled, 
when Lady Castlereagh, a large space in 
the ranks of fashion and society. Ameri- 
can of April 24, 1829 
LONG Phinehas J., seaman, at sea, on board 
ship Dromo, on her voyage to Canton. 
American of July 13, 1810 
Reuben, suicide, in Pennsylvania. American 

of April 18, 1 8 17 

Gen. , son of Frederick, died by violence 

in Mexico ; the Government has sent the 
balance of his estate, ^12,650, to his 
brother in New York. American of June 14, 1822 

Moses, a lad, drowned while returning from 

Isles of Shoals to Portsmouth, N. H., June 22, 1825 

Mrs. , murdered by Joe and Molly, 

negroes, who were executed at Concord, 
N. C, for the crime. May 30, 1828 

LONGFELLOW Capt. William, of Maine, at 
Brooklyn Heights, supposed to have killed 
himself with a pistol shot, American of Aug. 15, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



359 



LONGFELLOW John, at Newbury, aged 25 
years. American of 
Patience, widow of Judge, at Gorham, Me., 
aged 84 years. American of 
LONSDALE William Laroy, infant son of 
James, at Pawtuxet. American of 
James, 
LOOK Noah, at Hawley, aged 70 years ; en- 
listed first when he was just 16 years old in 
the Revolutionary service. American of 
LOOM IS Mary Eliza, only child of Col. Lib- 
beus, of and at New York, in nth year, 
William, formerly of Rhode Island, at Wash- 
ington, N. C, a suicide while insane, 
Elizabeth, wife of Col. Lebbins, at New York, 

in 59th year American of 
Rev. Harvey, at Bangor, Me., a few moments 
after entering his pulpit, his text was " This 
year thou shalt die " 

LOPEPELL , an Irish gentleman, formerly 

of Philadelphia, lost in the wreck of the 
ship Helen, at sea. American of 
LOPEZ Jacob, at Newport, aged 70 years; of 
Hebrew Society, 
Joseph, eldest son of Aaron, dec, of Newport, 
at Greenwich Village, N. Y,, in 69th year. 
American of 
Moses, late of Newport, at New York, aged 
86 years ; was a native of Lisbon, and re- 
sided there with his parents at the time of 
the earthquake 17S5 ; was sent to his uncle 
Aaron at Newport where he resided nearly 
60 years. Is buried at the Hebrew Cem- 
etery, Newport. American of 
Samuel, of Newport, at New York, 
LORD Phebe Ann Bentley, infant daughter of 
Jesse, aged 6 months, 
Andrew S., aged 15 years, at Lyme, Ct., 
Benjamin, Jr., at Lyme, Ct., aged 27 years, 
Christopher, at Lyme, Ct., aged 23 years, 
Benjamin, at Lyme, Ct., aged 67 years, 
Augustus I., at Lyme, Ct., aged 19 years, 
Abigail, at Ipswich, in 25th year. Ameri- 
can of 
Robert, at Pawtucket, in 32d year, 
Olive, wife of James, at Smithfield, aged 27 

years, 
Elizabeth G., wife of Capt. John, at Ipswich, 
Mass., aged 34 years ; the last of eight 
children, all of whom have fallen victims to 
consumption. American of 



Nov. 3, 1829 

Aug, 20, 1830 

Nov. 29, 1822 
April 30, 1829 

Jan. 22, 1830 

March 9, [814 

Nov. 23, 1817 

July 8, 1823 

Jan. 2, 1825 

Feb. 4, 1820 
March 17, 1823 

Dec. 7, 1822 



April 6, 1830 
March i, 1831 

Oct. 19, 1 82 1 
Feb. 17, 1822 
Aug. II, 1822 
Oct. 21, 1822 
Oct. 23, 1822 
Dec. i6, 1822 

Oct. 12, 1827 
June 20, 1829 

June 29, 1829 



Jan. 15, 1830 



360 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LORING Simeon, in this town in 86tii year, 

Daniel, Esq., aged 40 years, native of Leices- 
ter, near Cahawla, Ala American of 

Mary, wife of Dea. James, at Boston, aged 5 1 
years American of 
LOROTCH Benjamin, seaman, at Matanzas, 
LORRENVILLE John, Lord, in Scotland. 
President Board of Agriculture for Great 
Britain. American of 
LOTHROP Seth, native of Massachusetts, many 
years a merchant at Charleston, S. C., at 
Isle of St. Croix, W. L, 

Zebadiah, merchant, at Providence, in 49th 
year, 

Dr. Nathaniel, aged 91 years, graduate of 
Harvard. 1756, at Plymouth. American of 

Warren, first officer of bng Charlotte, of 
Boston, at sea, 

Christopher, aged 18 years, son of late Zebe- 
dee, drowned in the Seekonk, above the 
Moses Brown Bridge, 

Henry Greene, son of Henry W., in 3d year, 
LOUD Mrs. Betsey, wife of Zenas, in 38th year, 
LONGHEAD Capt. Charles T., of Warren, 
master of brig Francis, of this port and 
former member of General Assembly, at 
Dartmouth, Eng., 
LOUIS XVIII. His Queen's death is announ- 
ced as having died in England. American 
of 
LOUIS Mrs. Mary, wife of Andrew, aged 63 
years, late of Providence, at Fort Sullivan, 
Me., 

Andrew, native of France, formerly of Prov- 
idence, at Fort Washington, Md., in 79th 
year. American of 
:L0VE Ira D., of the Junior Class, Columbia 
University and licensed preacher at Wash- 
ington, D. C, aged 26 years. American of 

John, murdered by Nelson Israel, Jr., and 
Isaac Thayer, who were executed for the 
crime, at Buffalo, N. Y., 
George, at Barre, Orleans Co.; was cutting 
wood to feed the fire for maple sugar boil- 
ing. His wife, to escape a gush of wind, 
■dodged, and the ax descended, cut her 
neck so dreadfully as to cause death in a 
few days. Mr. Love was so affected that 
he went insane. They leave three children. 
American of 



May 9, 1814 

Dec. 14, 1821 

Jan. 19, 1830 
Aug. 8, 1818 

Dec. 28, 1819 

Jan. 10, 1816 
Sept. 4, 1818 
Nov. 4. 1828 
June 4, 1830 



July 18, 1830 

Aug. 26, 1830 

Dec. 4, 1828 



March 25, 1818 
Jan. 25, 1811 

Aug. 18, 1 82 1 
Feb. 15, 1831 
Nov. 14, 1823 
June 17, 1825 



April 22, 1828 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



361 



LOVELL Elliott, at Smithfield, in 6oth year, of 
the fever. Within a compass of two or 
three miles, this fever has widowed 14 
wives, whose husbands' farms are contigu- 
ous. American of 

James, Esq., Naval Officer of the ports of 
Boston and Charlestown, at Windham, Me., 
in 77th year. American of 

Margaret, widow of Alexander, at Smithfield, 
in 62d year. 

Miss Nancy, at Barnstable, aged 24 years. 
American of 

Mrs P , wife of Capt. George, at Barn- 
stable. American of 

Capt. Jacob, killed by the machinery of his 
engine. American of 

Capt. Abner, of Barnstable, Mass., drowned 
in Hyannis Harbor, 
LOVEGROVE William, in England, an actor at 
Drury Lane Theatre, London. American 
of 
LOVIE James, at Newport, aged 3 1 years, 

Susan Francis, daughter of William, at New- 
port, aged II months. American of 

Robie, wife of William, at Newport, aged 33 
years. American of 
LOVEJOY Mrs Mary H„ wife of John, at Ep- 
som, N. H., aged 28 vears American of 
LOVELACE Charles, at Brooklyn, Ct., aged 15 
years. He deliberately shot himself with a 
gun saying he was tired of life. American 
of 
LOVERIDGE John, native of Cornwall, Eng., 
aged about 21 years Fell overboard from 
steamer President on her passage to New 
York and drowned, 

LOVETT , child of John, aged i year, by 

sucking boiling coffee from the nose of a 
coffee pot, at Beverly, Mass. American of 

James, at Mendon, in 87th year, 

Capt. William, President New York Firemen 
Insurance Co., at New York, in 58th year. 
American of 

Hon John, in Ohio, aged 58 years ; was of 
Albany, N. Y., and former M. C. Ameri- 
can of 

Capt. Whipple, formerly of Cumberland, at 
Schenectady, N. Y., aged 65 years, 
LOW Almira, eldest daughter of Charles, in 19th 
year, 



April 19, 1814 

July 22, 1814 

Jan. 9, 1818 

Nov. II, 1828 

Nov. II, 1828 
May 5, 1829 
July 2, 1821 

Aug. 20, 1816 
Sept. 22, 1824 

April 26, 1825 

Jan. II, 1828 

Aug. 3, 1830 

April 28, 1820 

March 4, 1830 



May IS. 1812 
July 11, 1814 



Sept. 12, 1817 

Sept. II, 1818 

March 25, 1822 

Dec. 7, i8ti 



362 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LOW Stephen, at Warwick, in 67th year, Nov. 4, 1814 

Catherine, wife of Charles, at Warwick, aged 

47 years Sept. 27, 1815 

Ann, wife of Col. John, and eldest daughter 

of the late Jeremiah Lippitt, Esq., at War- 
wick, June 9, 1 8 16 
Col. John, at Warwick, in 86th year, April 22, 1817 
Sally S., daughter of the late Anthony, Esq., 

at Warwick, in 37th year. American of Oct. 10, 1817 

Solomon G., at Charleston, S. C, for several 

years editor of Boston Daily Advertiser. 

American of Jan. 17, 1823 

Lieut. Ephraim W., U. S. Army, at Green 

Bay, Mich., aged 25 years, formerly of 

Boston. American of Aug. 12, 1825 

Rev. Isaac, at New York. American of Aug. 19, 1825 

John Weekes, youngest son of Charles, aged 

17 months, Oct. 8, 1825 

Charles William, son of Joseph, aged 3 years, 

7 months, Nov. 30, 1825 

John, Jr., in Sth year, only son of John, for- 
merly of Warwick, at Woodstock, Ct., April 19, 1826 
Mary, aged 14 years, at Sunkhaze, Me. 

While standing with her back to the fire 

her clothes caught fire. She was so badly 

burnt that she lived but three days. 

American of Jan. 26, 1827 

Abby, daughter of Charles, aged 32 years, Oct. 19, 1828 

Nancy, daughter of James, aged 26 years. Oct. 8, 1829 

Jacob, at Warren, aged Ti years ; was born 

at Pomfret, Ct., enlisted^ at 18; was at 

Bunker Hill, White Plains and other 

places ; was at one time Washington's life 

guard. American of May 7, 1 830 

James (colored), formerly of Warwick, at 

Providerice, suddenly, May 18, 1830 

Capt. David, at Charlestown, aged 51 years. 

American of jujy ,q ig^o 

Abby Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel, at Na- 

tick, aged I year, Oct. 26, 1830 

Sarah, widow of Capt. Anthony, at Warwick, 

in 9Sth year, member of Episcopal Church 

more than 70 years, Feb. 9, 1832 

John, son of Frances, from the bursting of a 

swivel on board schooner Manchester, at 

Glocester, Mass., July 18, 1832 

Sarah Frances, second daughter of Major 

John, at Woodstock, Ct., in 7th year, Sept. 21, 1832 

Charles Joseph, son of Joseph, in 6th year, Jan 21 1833 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 363 

LOWE Cadet Vincent M., at West Point, aged 

13 years, Irqrn an explosion of a cartridge. 

American of ' Jan. 17, 1817 

Joseph, at Portsmouth, N. H., aged 59 years. 

American of Oct. 28, 1823 

Mr. , lost in the wreck of the ship Dia- 
mond. American of March i, 1825 
LOWDEN Mary Ann, only daughter of John T., 

at Pawtucket, aged 7 years, 26 days. 

American of ' Oct. 14, 1825 

John T., at Pawtucket, in 40th year, Jan. 29, 1826 

LOWELL Francis C, Esq., at Boston, aged 42 

years. American of Aug. 15, 1817 

Capt. John, of Portland, killed by the fall of 

a beacon, at Stage Island, aged 39 years, June 18, 1825 

Edward J., Esq., of Boston, attorney at law, 

at Waltham, aged 25 years, Sept. 9, 1830 

LOWNDES Hon. William, of South Carolina, 

at sea, on board ship Massachusetts, on 

passage from Philadelphia to London, Oct. 27, 1822 

Midshapman Christopher, of Maryland, on 

board sloop of war Peacock. American of Nov. i, 1822 

LUCAS Alexander, Esq., senior editor of the 

Minerva, at Raleigh, N. C. American of Jan. 12, 1821 

LUCKET Mrs. Jane, at Lexington, Ky., killed 

by lightning while at church. American of Aug. 15, 1817 
LUCKETT Alexius, sail master, attached to U. 

S. Ship Enterprise, at Pensacola, Aug. 27, 1821 

LUCKEY Lewis, at Warwick, Orange Co., N. 

Y., drank himself to death with whiskey, Jan. i, 1822 

Nancy (colored), from a nose bleed. Amer- 
ican of Dec. 26, 1823 
LUCY Ide, wife of David, at Smithfield, in 20th 

year, Sept. 18, 1809 

LUDLOW Augustus C, second in command of 

the Chesapeake, at Halifax, from wounds 

received in the action with the Shannon, 

aged 21 years, June 13, 1813 

Peter, at New York, in 69th year, Jan. 26, 1832 

LUFKIN John, of schooner Galen, of Pownall, 

Me., drowned at sea. American of Oct. 26, 1830 

LUM , son of , at Roxbury, Ct., ran 

against a stick while sliding down hill on a 

sled. American of Jan. 28, 1823 

LUMBY Mary, a native of Wales, aged 18 years, 

suddenly, Feb. 5, 1810 

LUNY Peter, executed at Middletown, Ct., for 

murder of his wife. American of June 28, 1816 



354 VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 

LUPEWLOW Prastowga, at Novogorod, Russia, 
celebrated for her filial tenderness. Six 
years since she walked on foot from To- 
bolsk to St. Petersburg, a distance of 4,000 
versts, about 3,202 miles, to solicit the 
Emperor to recall her father who had been 
exiled to Siberia in 1798. Upon this inci- 
dent the novel of " Elizabeth, or the Exiles 
of Siberia." is founded. American of Aug. 17, 1810 

LUSETT Charles, seaman, perished in the 

wreck of the schooner Quaker, March 6, 1820 

LUSH Andrew, mariner, said to be from Boston, 
drowned in the Mississippi, from ship At- 
las. American of Oct. 3, 1820 
LUSIGNAN Mons. De, formerly marshal de 
camp and member of Constitutional Con- 
vention. He was the last branch of a 
family that once gave kings to the throne 
of Cyprus and Jerusalem. American of July 15, 1814 
LUTHER Rial, in this town, in 58th year, Jan. 28, 1809 

James L., son of Thomas, in 29th year, July 5, 1812 

Gideon, eldest son of Ebenezer, of Warren, 
in this state, at Ballston Springs, Feb. 22, 1814 

Consider, at Johnston, in 88th year. Amer- 
ican of May 31, 1814 

Cyrus, in this town, in 23d year, July 27, 1814 

Eddy, at Warren, in 62d year. American of Sept. 30, 1814 

Samuel, son of Jonathan, at Warren, aged 8 
years, Nov. 3, 18 14 

Thomas, of Warwick, aged about 21 years; 
was out fishing in the bay with an elder 
brother, Oct. 15, 18 16 

Eddy, of Providence, at Havana, aged 24 

years, May 7, 1817 

Martin, of Newport, at St. Domingo, in i8th 

year. American of Jan. 5, 1819 

Ling, one of Indian princes, aged 23 years ; 
was taken prisoner by Row Holker and 
ransomed by the government for 50,000 
rupees. His favorite wife was prevailed on 
not to sacrifice herself at his death. Amer- 
ican of May 7, 1819 

Elizabeth, wife of Joseph P., in 42d year, June 25, 1819 

John, at Fall River, merchant, aged 67 years, July 23, 1819 

Lavina, ' Jan. 25, 1821 

Bethana, wife of Amos, at Wellington, aged 

57 years. American of • Mayii, 1821 

Hannah, of Wellington, Mass., drowned from 
sloop Fly, of Bristol. American of May 25, 1821 

Judeth, widow of Nathan, at Newport, aged 
78 years, June 16, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 365 

LUTHER Hezekiah E., eldest son of Col. Giles, 

of Bristol, at Staten Inland hospital, aged 

22 years, Sept. 28, 1821 

Wealthy, wife of Benjamin, daughter of John 

Wyatt, of Newport, at Providence, in 59th 

year, Nov. fo, 1821 

Barnabas, at Warren, in 78th year, Jan. 18, 1822 

William, at Taunton, aged 22 years. Ameri- 
can of March 22, 1822 
Deacon Frederick, at Warren, upwards of 

60 years. May 13, 1822 

Deacon Frederick, at Warren, in 92d year. 

[This death was erroneously inserted some 

time since, says issue of July 12), May 13, 1822 

Hannah, wife of Capt. Philip, of Swanzey, 

aged 62 years. American of July 12, 1822 

Edward, at Swanzey, aged 54 years, July 24, 1822 

Abigail, wife of Nathaniel, and daughter of 

John Torp, in 34th year, Nov. 9, 1822 

Samuel S., at Swanzey, in 25th year, Oct. 18, 1823 

John, in 27th year. American of June 25, 1824 

Abby, wife of Caleb, and daughter of John 

Saunders, in 23d year, May 23, 1824 

Keziah, widow of Capt. William, of Somerset, 

and formerly the widow Thomas, of New- 
port, at Burrillville, in 99th year, Oct. i, 1824 
Julia Eddy, infant daughter of Joseph P., 

aged 13 months, July 19, 1825 

Capt. Gardiner, of Dighton, at sea, on passage 

from New York, m 49th year, leaves wife 

and 5 children, Nov. 16, 1825 

Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Thomas, in 64th year, Nov. 20, 1825 
Huller, at Swanzey, in 90th year, Jan. 24, 1827 

Mrs. Esther, wife of John, at Troy, Mass., 

aged 71 years. American of Jan. 26, 1827 

Jemima, widow of late Ebenezer, at Warren, 

in 97th year, Feb. 2, 1 827 

William, infant son of Capt. Sylvester, at 

Bristol. Feb. 13, 1827 

Barnabas, at Scituate, in 64th year, suddenly, March 18, 1827 
Ladding, drowned in the bay. American of May 25, 1827 

Mary, wife of William, at Burrillville, aged 71 

years, of Society of Friends, Jan. 29, 1828 

Nancy, wife of Coomer, in 41st year, Feb. 25, 1828 

Elisha, of Swanzey, aged 30 years, Sept. 9, 1828 

Cyntbia, widow of Edward, in 58th year, Feb. 26, 1829 

Daniel, at Scituate, in 20th year, May 2, 1829 

Daniel, of Boston, at Middleboro ; was going 

to New Bedford to ship on a whaling voy- 
age. American of Sept. 25, 1829 



366 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

LUTHER James, at Swanzey, aged ^7 years, Feb. 3, 1831 

Amelia, wife of Frederick, at Warren, Nov. 15, 1831 

Miss Nancy, at Warren, m 37th year, June 21, 1832 

Stephen G., son of Thomas, in 34th year, Jan. 3, 1832 

Julia Granville, daughter of Joseph P., aged 

5 years, 11 months. May 13, 1832 

Caroline AHelia, daughter of Joseph P., aged 

10 months, 16 days, Aug. 22, 1832 

LUTWIDGE Admiral, in England, aged 78 
years ; when a commodore was the first 
Naval Preceptor of Lord Nelson. Ameri- 
can of Nov. 22, 18 14 
LYELL George, Esq., aged 50 years, assassinated 

at Madrid, Spain. American of Oct. i, 1816 

LYMAN James W., at Calcutta, aged 23 years, 
chief mate of ship Marcellus, wrecked on 
Sanger Island, May 13, 1820 

Daniel, son of Col. Daniel, of North Provi- 
dence, at Milledgeville, Ga., Aug. 4, 1822 

Mary, wife of Hon. Daniel, at North Provi- 
dence, in 60th year, Dec. 5, 1822 

Major Elihu, at Belchertown, Mass., aged 82 
years, officer of the Revolution. American 
of Sept. 26, 1823 

Lieut. Caleb, late of U. S. Army, native of 
Northfield, Mass., in Greenville, S. C, in 
33d year. American of Oct. 3, 1823 

. wife of George W., Esq., of Boston, 

and daughter of Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, 
at St. Croix, where she had gone for her 
health. American of Jan. 21, 1825 

Hon. Elihu, Senator from Hampshire Co., at 

Boston, Feb. 11, 1826 

Hon. Daniel, formerly chief justice of Rhode 
Island, at North ProvideuLe; was an offi- 
cer of the Revolution, Oct. 16, 1830 
LYNCH John, aged 40 years, of cholera, Aug. 26, 1832 
LYNDON Abby, daughter of Danforth P., in 

this town, in 18th year, Aug. 29, 18 14 

Samuel, eldest son of John, of Newport, 
drowned while bathing near Mt. Pleasant, 
N. Y., in 22d year, July 15, 1815 

Mrs. Eve (colored), in this town, in 67th year. 

American of Nov. 7, 1815 

Abigail, wife of Danforth P., in this town, in 

47th year, Dec. 21. 1815 

•Caleb, at Newport, in 75th year. American of May 15, 18 18 

Capt. Nathaniel, of Newport, at New Or- 
leans, in 4tst year, Jan. 22, 1819 

Sarah, in 94th year, at Newport, Jan. 27, 1826 

John, at Newport, aged 60 years, suddenly, March 22, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 3(57 

LYON Judeth, wife of Samuel, of Rehoboth, at 

Attleboro, in 64th year, , Jan. 25, 1816 

William, at Newport, in 70th year. Ameri- 
can of Oct. I, 1819 

William R., son of Danforth, Jan. 26, 1820 

Col. Matthew, in Arkansas Territory, U. S. 
Factor for the Cherokee Indians on the 
Arkansas, aged about 76 years ; was born 
in Ireland, came to America in very early 
life, was one of the first settlers of Ver- 
mont and married a daughter of one of the 
early governors, Aug. i, 1822 

Amasa K., at Ashford, Ct., aged 16 years. 

American of Sept. 13, 1822 

LOGAN Hon. William, formerly U. S. Senator 
from Kentucky, at Shelby Co., Ky. 
American of Sept. 13, 1822 

LYON Samuel Huntington, only child of Rev. 
Waiter, aged 37 years, leaves a wife and 
two children, at Pomfret (Abington Soci- 
ety), Oct. 12, 1823 

Warren, at Pomfret, Ct., (Ab. So.), aged 35 

years. American of Sept. 14, 1824 

William Rhodes, son of Danforth, aged 1 1 

months, 19 days, July i, 1825 

Marcy, wife of Joseph, at Newport, aged 60 

years, Jan. 23, 1826 

William E., of Northampton Co., Va., aged 
23 years. He had arrived here a day since 
in brig Mary Eliza, from Antigua, where 
he had been for his health. May 31, 1826 

Daniel, merchant, native of Woodstock, Ct., 

at Norfolk, Va., Sept. 26, 1826 

James, of Providence, at Newport, aged 26 

years, Feb. 19, 1828 

Joseph, at Newport, in 76th year, May 19, 1828 

Moses, executed at Johnstown, N. Y., for 
murder of Sally Yerrington, who lived with 
him. He was born at Norwalk, Ct. Had 
two daughters by first wife, Dec. 18, 1829 

Rosannah, at Boston, aged loi j'ears. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 6, 1830 
LYONS Col. William, at Opelousses, La., aged 
63 years, soldier of the Revolution. Amer- 
ican of March 3, 181 8 

James, Esq., attorney at law, killed by acci- 
dental discharge of his gun while shooting 
squirrels in New York State. American of Nov. 5, 1822 

John N., at Lincolnville, found dead in his 

bed, June 18, 1829 



368 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



LYSCOMB Samuel, a suicide, of Norridgewock, 
Mass., shot himself through the ear with a 
pistol. He went about the act with great 
coolness ; was to have been married the 
following Sunday. American of 



June 3, 1825 



M 



MABRAE John, late member of Virginia Con- 
vention, in Virginia. American of 

MACBETH James, of Scotland, seaman, at sea, 
from the Caledonia, 

MACCUSTY Mary, wife of Nathaniel, Esq., at 
Worcester, aged 64 years, 

MacCULLOCK Susannah Amelia, widow of 
Hugh, Esq., of Worcester, and sister of 
Isaiah Thomas, of that place, at Philadel- 
phia. American of 

MacDONOUGH Frances Augusta, only daugh- 
ter of Com. Thomas, aged [3 months. 
The commodore has lost 4 children within 
a few years, at Middletown, Ct., 

MACEY Alexander, son of Gorham, at Nan- 
tucket, aged 12 years. American of 

MACGUIRE Joseph, printer, formerly of Balti- 
more, at Wdshington, D. C, reporter of 
proceedings of Congress. American of 

MACGRAW Michael, aged about 30 years, 
killed by caving of the sand bank, 

MACKER John L., Jr., at Taunton, aged 22 
years, 

:MACKIE Peter, Jr., son of Peter, of New York, 
at Litchfield, Ct., in 2ist year, where he 
was attending law lectures, 
Dr. Andrew, at Wareham, in 75th year, 
Frances Maria, daughter of Dr. Peter, at 
Wareham, aged 16 months. American of 
Jacob Ogden, at New York, suddenly, 
Jane M., wife of Jacob O., at New York, 

MACKINTOSH Sir James, the historian. 
American of 

JVEACKLIN William, steward of the steamboat 
Connecticut, fell on the wharf dead while 
unloading a trunk from the boat. 



Dec. 23, 1831 

Sept. 20, 1829 

Jan. 12, 1821 

March 10, 1815 

Oct. 4, 1824 
Sept. 18, 1829 

Dec. 22, 1815 

Jan. 13, 1.830 

March 23, 1824 



Oct. 25, 1813 
April 27, 1817 

Nov. 6, 1 82 1 
Jan. 12, 1825 
Jan. 13, 1825 

Aug. 21, 1832 



June 28, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN- DEATHS 



369 



MACLAY William, Esq., formerly M. C. from 

Pennsylvania, in 59th year. American of 
MACLEAN D. John, formerly of Glasgow, 
Scot., at Princeton, N. J., professor of 
mathematics, chemistry and natural philos- 
ophy. American of 
MACOMBE John N.,of New York, merchant, in 
England. In an action between an English 
and French vessel he received a bullet 
wound. American of 
MACOMB Lieut. Charles Marshall, brigade major 
of Smith's brigade, and youngest brother of 
Major General Macomb, at Buffalo, aged 22 
years, killed in a duel with Capt. Goaking. 
American of 

Mrs. , wife of the General, at George- 
town, D. C. American of 

Julia Matilda, daughter of Robert, Esq., at 
Kingsbridge, suddenly. American ot 
MACOMBER George, son of Col. Ebenezer, at 
Surinam, in 24th year. American of 

Ebenezer, son of Col. Ebenezer, in 17th 
year, 

Ephraim, at Newport, in 92d year, Amer- 
ican of 

Lieut. S , late acting captain of the navy 

yard, Charlestown, Mass., eldest son of Col. 
Benjamin, late of Providence, perished in 
the wreck of the schooner Quaker, 

Lieut. John, at Rehoboth, in 69th year, 

Abiel, at Taunton, aged 82 years, 

Josiah R., native of Middleboro, at Savannah, 
Ga. American of 

Joshua W., at Taunton, in 62d year, 

Mrs. , wife of Lemuel, at Rehoboth, aged 

68 years, 

Sally, widow of Seth, at Taunton. American 
of 

Col. Ebenezer, formerly of Providence, in 76th 
year, at New York, soldier of the Revolu- 
tion, 

Abigail, wife of Abiather, at Taunton, aged 
70 years, American of 

Jacob, at Easton, aged 84 years, 

Abby, widow of Col. Ebenezer, formerly of 
Providence, at New York, 
MACON Col. Edgar, attorney at law, at Key 

West, Florida. American of 
MACPHERSON Capt. Joseph Stout, U. S. 
Navy, at Philadelphia. American of 



„Jan. 25, 1S25 

March 1, [814 

Jan. 25, 181 1 

Jan. 20, 1815 

Oct. I, 1822 

July 23, 1830 

March 19, 181 1 

June 16, 1815 

Oct. 6, 1815 



March 6, 1820 
May 10, 1 82 1 
Nov. 18, 1821 

Dec. r8, 1821 
March 16, 1825 

Oct. 31, 1825 

Jan. II, 1828 

April 5, 1829 

Nov. 17, 1829 
April 21, 1831 

April I, 1832 

Dec. 25, 1829 

May 4, 1824 



370 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MACRUDER John, from a stab with a dirk in 
hands of Michael Taney, in Maryland. 
American of Aug. 3, 18 19 

MacWILLIAM Joseph, burnt to death at Edin- 
burgh, a noted miser; had worn the same 
outer garments unchanged for 15 years, June 15, 1826 

MACY William ; in attempting to rescue a man 

was drowned in the great storm of Sept. 23, 1815 

Capt. , lost in the wreck of ship Dia- 
mond. American of March i, 1825 
MADISON George, Governor of Kentucky. He 
had recently been elected, nearly unani- 
mously, governor of the state for 4 years, 
at Paris, Ky. American of Nov. i, 1816 
Dr. William S., U. S. Army, murdered by 
the Chippeway Indians, on way from Green 
Bay to Kentucky, May 26, 1821 
Job, at Plainfield, Ct., aged 78 years, Sept. 5, 1823 
Eleanora, the mother of ex-President James 

Madison, at Montpelier, Va., aged 98 years, Feb. 11, 1829 
MAFFATT Ann, daughter of Rev. John N., at 

New York, of cholera. American of July 27, 1832 

MAGEE Mrs. Phebe, aged 79 years. American 

of Oct. 19, 1813 

Mrs. , wiife of Capt. William F., Jr., for- 
merly of Providence, at Calcutta. Amer- 
ican of Nov. 28, 1 8 17 
William F., formerly of Providence, for sev- 
eral years a resident of Canton, China, Dec. 20, 1820 
Capt. James, at Boston, at the Exchange 

Coffee House, aged 40 years, Dec. 23, 1823 

Capt. William F., of Providence, at Wydah, 
Coast of Africa, aged 34 years, [see sketch 
June 2] Feb. — , 1826 

Nancy D., widow of late Capt. William F., 

aged 28 years. American of Dec. 7, 1827 

MAGILL Archibald, Esq., member of General 
Assembly of Virginia from Frederick Co., 
at Richmond, Va. American of Feb 27,1821 

MAGRUDER Hon. Allan B., late Senator in 

Congress, in Louisiana. American of May 10, 1822 

Hon Allen B., First Senator to Congress 

from Louisiana. American of June 14, 1822 

William B., aged 64 years, at Baltimore, Md. 
American of April 5, 1825 

MAGUIRE Mrs. Amey, aged Ji years. May 28, 1828 

MAHEE Peace, wife of Eugene, at Newport, 

aged 79 years. American of Aug, 29. 1826 

MAHONEY Timothy, native of Ireland, at 

Smithfield, in 74th year, Oct. 2, 181 7 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



371 



MAHONEY Michael, of Boston, aged i8 years. 
His first voyage, fell from the mast head 
of brig Effort, at sea, 

MAINE Esek Angell, of Providence, at New 
Orleans, aged 17 years. American of 

MAITLAND Rev. Charles Fox, youngest son of 
the Earl of Lauderdale, in England. Amer- 
ican of 

MAJOR Dr. :, at Mobile, Ala. American of 

-, son of John, drowned at Taunton, aged 



about 10 years, 

MAKEEL Michael, of Society of Friends, at 
Somers, N. Y., in 103d year. American of 

MALBONE Hon. Francis, of Newport, U. S. 
Senator from Rhode Island, at Washington, 
while ascending the steps of the Capitol he 
was seized with Angina Pectoris and in- 
stantly died, 
Saunders, of Newport, at Plymouth, N. C, 
Catherine, widow of Francis, at Newport, 

in 85th year, 
Rheodolphus, son of late Hon. Francis, of 
Newport, at Natchez, Miss., aged 39 years. 
American of 
Capt. William F., sailing master, son of late 
Hon. Francis, of Newport, at sea, on board 
U. S. Ship Brandywine, on passage to Rio 
Janeiro. American of 
Freelove Sophia, widow of Hon. Francis, at 

Newport, aged 66 years, 
Freelove Sophia, widow of Hon. Francis, at 

Newport, aged 66 years. American of 
Capt. Evan, formerly of Newport, at Brooklyn, 
L. I., aged 81 years. American of 

MALCOMB James Feller, F. S. A., the author, 
at Somerstown. American of 

MALCOLM Thomas, native of Rhode Island, at 
Savannah, Ga., aged 24 years, 

MALCOMB Elizabeth, at Newport, aged about 
75 years. American of 

MALCOLM Lieut. William, of the army, a native 
of Boston, at Baton Rouge. American of 
Dr. Henry, in Pennsylvania, aged 76 years. 
Surgeon in the Revolution, in [794 ap- 
pointed by Gen. Washington Collector at 
Hudson,. N. Y. American of 

MALD Rose, native of Ireland, at Providence, in 
20th year, 

MALLORY Charles K. Esq., aged 39 years, at 
Norfolk, Va., Collector of Customs for that 



May 13, 1830 
July 4, 1826 

March 3, 18 18 
Nov. 12, 1819 

July 8, 1826 

Dec. 31, 1822 



June 4, 1809 
Dec. 27, 1816 

Dec. 30, 1817 



Sept. 6, 1825 

Jan. 9, 1827 

May 13, 1829 

May 12, 1829 

March 30, 1830 

July 7, 1815 

July 20, 1818 

Dec. 3, 1822 

Sept. 23, 1823 

May 3, 1 83 1 
Sept. 22, 1832 



372 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MALLORY: 

Port ; had been Member of Convention ; 
Council and Lieut. Governor of the State. 
American of 
MALLARY Martha, mother of Hon. R. C„ at 

Poultney, Vt. American of 
MALLESTON Henry, Esq., Governor Elect of 

Delaware. American of 
MALLETT Mrs. Margaret, wife of Peter, Esq., 
at Fayetteville, N. C, in 27th year, 
Edwin Jones, youngest son of E. ]., 
MALLOY Daniel, native of Ireland, formerly of 
Rhode Island, at Savannah. American of 
MALMESBURY Earl of, at London, aged 75 
years. American of 

MALONE Mrs. , at St. Stephen's, Ala. 

American of 
MALONY Mrs. Mary, widow, in 78th year, for- 
merly of Bristol. American of 
MALTHY Gen. Isaac, late of Massachusetts, at 

Seneca Co., N. Y. American of 
MAMMAS Frederick, of Newport, aged 39 years, 
at New Orleans, on board ship Robinson 
Potter, 
MANAGER Nicholas, gunner's crew, killed on 
board the Little Belt, in action with U. S. 
frigate President, 
MANCHESTER Samuel, at Middletown, in 
SOth year. American of 
Constant, in 30th year, 

Harriet, wife of William C, and daughter of 
the late John Warner, of and at Warwick, 
in her 29th year. American of 
Mary, wife of Joseph, at Coventry, in 64th 

year, 
Deborah, wife of Daniel, at Little Compton, 
also her infant child, she was in 23d year. 
American of 
Matthew, at Coventry, aged 47 years, sud- 
denly, 
Elizabeth, widow of Capt. John, in 65th year, 
Isaac, at Tiverton, in 64th year, 
William, formerly of Providence, at Wilming- 
ton, N. C, in 22d year, 
Hannah, wife of Benjamin and only daughter 
of Mrs. Nancy Munroe, at Bristol, in 21st 
year, 
Joseph F., late of Providence, at Augusta, Ga. 
He was one of 25 who attended a wedding 
supper. The party were poisoned and 
several have died besides Mr. M., 



April 28, 1820 

April 18, 1 83 1 

Nov. 23, 1819 

March i, 1824 
Oct. 8, 1827 

May 29, 1821 
Feb. 6, 1 82 1 

July 18, 1823 
Oct. 8, 1819 
Oct. I, 1819 

April 2, 1824 

May 16, 181 1 

Oct. 17, 1809 
April 24, 1 81 5 

April 19, i8i6 
April 6, 181 7 

April 29, 181 7 

Sept. I, 1817 

March 9, i8i8 

May 31, 1820 

Aug. 28, 1820 
Sept. 17, 1820 

Sept. 25, 1820 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 373 

MANCHESTER Sarah, daughter of Gideon, at 

Warwick, in 4tst year, Oct. 30, 1820 

Tabitha, wife of Israel G., Esq., at Scituate, April 16, 1821 

Waitey, at Newport, aged 63 years, widow of . 

John, of Cranston. American of Nov. 2, 1821 

Capt. Isaac, at Cranston, aged 62 years. 
(Masonic honors), June 10, 1822 

Thomas Stafford, infant son of Job, at Cov- 
entry, Sept. I, 1822 

Elizabeth, wife of Nathaniel, at Bristol, aged 

72 years. American of Jan. 28, 1823 

Elizabeth, wife of Nathaniel, one of the war- 
dens of the Episcopal Church, at Bristol, 
aged 72 years. American of Feb. 4, 1823 

Job, Esq., at Cranston, in 8ist year, Feb. 8, 1823 

Ezekiel, seaman, of Tiverton, drowned at 

sea from ship Leonidas, at Matanzas, April i, 1824 

George, of Bristol, at sea, on board brig Bow- 

doin. American of Sept. 14, 1824 

Capt. William K., a nautical commander, 
from port of Philadelphia, at Scituate, in 
43d year, Oct. 29, 1825 

George, at Johnston, in 62d year, leaves wife 

and 2 children, Dec. i, 1825 

Thomas, at Middletown, aged 74 years, Aug. 29, 1826 

Thomas, at Middletown, aged 74 vears, Sept. 5, 1826 

Marcy, wife of Hon. Joseph, at Coventry, in 
74th year. May 9, 1827 

Abby Maria, daughter of Albert, aged 10 

months, 18 days, April u, 1829 

Mrs. Sarah, in 66th year, widow of George, 
of Johnston, at North Providence, July 31, 1829 

Abby, daughter of Cyrus B. and Abby C, 

aged 8 months, Aug. 3, 1831 

Sebra. formerly of Little Compton, at Prov- 
idence, in 20th year, Sept. 4, 1832 

Jacob Sylvester, only son of Jacob, in 2d year, Jan. 25, 1833. 

MANCIUS Dr. Wilhelmus, at Albany, N. Y., in 

70th year. American of Nov. i, 180S 

George W., Esq., at Albany, N. Y., formerly 

postmaster of the city. American of Dec. 12, 1823, 

MANN Dr. John M., formerly of this town, 

drowned at the ferry at Hudson, N. Y., Aug. 4, 1809 

Lieut. Seth, at Randolph, Mass., aged 91 
years. His descendants, according to the 
best information amount to 279, 18 chil- 
dren, 13s grand and 125 great-grandchil- 
dren. American of Feb. 24, 1815 

Sally, wife of Joseph, at Smithfield, in 42d 
year. American of July 11, 1815 



374 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MANN Mrs Catharine Sprout, wife of William 
Metcalf Mann, one of the editors of this 
paper, and daughter of Dr. Ezekiel Com- 
stock, of Smitlifield, aged 21 years, sud- 
denly, 

William Metcalf, son of Alfred, of and at 
Smithfield, in 23d year, one of the editors 
of this paper, 

Charles, youngest son of Aaron, Esq., in 7th 
year, 

Oliver, son of Alfred, in 28th year, at Men- 
don, formerly of Smithfield, 

Alfred, at Mendon, formerly of Smithfield, 
in 58th year, 

Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. J , at 

Bristol, aged 6 months. American of 

Moses, at Wrentham, Mass., aged 73 years, 

Thomas N., Esq., U. S. Agent to Guate- 
mala, on board U. S. Ship Hornet, lying 
off Old Point Comfort, Va American of 

Major Jacob, at Wrentham, aged 71 years, 

Anna, wife of John, Esq., at Smithfield, in 
84th year. American of 

Marcy, wife of Thomas, at Glocester, aged 33 
years, 

Hon. Ariel, M. D., at Hallowell, Me. Ameri- 
can of 

Betsey, wife of Howard, and eldest daughter 
of James Ide, at Wrentham, 

Hannah, wife of Joseph, aged 50 years, 

Mrs. Hannah, in 51st year, 

Charlotte, wife of Horace, and youngest 
daughter of Rev. Dr. Messer, at Dedham, 
Mass., in 23d year, 
MANNERS Capt. , of British brig Rein- 
deer, killed in action with U. S. sloop of 
war Wash, 
MANNING William, at Middlebury, Vt., aged 
58 years, 

Margaret, widow of President James, in this 
town, in 72d year, 

Robert, of U. S. ship Franklin, fell from 
maintop. American of 

Jacob, of New York, merchant, aged about 
30 years, jumped overboard from steamer 
Fulton and drowned, 
JIANSEL Mr. W , at Pickensville, 



aged 14 years, killed by lightning, 
ican of 
George, so:i of George, in 4th year. 



S. C. 
Amer- 



May 18, 1816 

March 2, 1817 

Sept. I, i8t8 

March 2r, t820 

March 29, 1820 

Aug. 21, 1821 
April 16, 1823 

July 30, 1824 
March 4, 1825 

Aug. 16, 1825 

Nov. 4, 1827 

April 8, 1828 

Aug. 13, 1828 
Sept. 27, 1828 
Sept. 28, 1828 

Aug. I, 1832 

July 15, 1814 

Oct. 14, 1814 

Nov. 9, 1815 

July 9, 1822 

July 25, 1827 



Aug ig, 1823 
Oct. 26, 1829 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 375 

MANSETT Robert, aged 26 years, June 13, 1830 

MANSFIELD John Fenno, son of Henry S., at 

Smithfield, in 5th year, Oct. 2, 1817 

Rev. Richard, rector of the Episcopal church 

at Derby, Conn., at an advanced age. 

American of April 28, 1820 
, midshipman on the Grampas, of the 

fever. American of June 29, 1824 

Col. Jared, at New Haven, Ct., aged 71 years; 

for several years surveyor general of the 

United States and professor of Natural 

Philosophy at Yale and West Point ; was 

born at New Haven and graduated at 

Yale ; his nephew. Col. J. G. Totten, is 

U. S. engineer at Newport, Feb. 3, 1830 

Margaret, wife of William, at Salem, aged 65 

years. American of April 18, 183 1 

MANSON William H., of Birmingham, Eng., at 

Providence, in 37th year, June 11, 1829 

M ANTON Daniel, at Johnston, Nov. 15, 1808 

Charles, Esq., attorney at law, son of Col, 

Jeremiah, at Johnston, aged 29 years ; 

was graduate of Brown University, re- 
moved to Nashville, Tenn., but returned a 

few months since, Feb. 26, 18 16 

Thomas, youngest son of the late Daniel, at 

Johnston, aged 34 years, Nov. 9, 1819 

Col. Edward, at Johnston, in 6rst year, a 

few years since he joined the Society of 

Friends, Sept. 19, 1820 

Patience, widow of Col. Daniel, at Johnston, 

in 77th year, Dec. 7, 1820 

Mary Whipple, daughter of Joseph, at John- 
ston, aged 14 months, 14 days, July 30, 1821 
Comfort (colored), aged 45 years, Dec. 5, 1821 
Harriet, daughter ot Amasa, aged 2 years, 6 

months, April 12, 1823 

Olney, aged 51 years, Aug. 17, 1823 

Ann Eliza, wife of Henry, and daughter of 

Capt. John Jenckes, of Smithfield, at John- 
ston, in 28th year, Sept. 27, 1825 
Ann Borden, infant daughter of Salma, Jan. 11, 1826 
Henry, son of Henry, Esq., at Smithfield, April i, 1826 
Charles Dyer, only son of Salma, aged 2 

years, 9 months, Sept. 26, 1826 

John Jenckes, son of Henry, at Johnston, 

aged 6 years, Oct. 24, 1828 

Charles Whipple, son of Joseph, Esq., aged 

18 years, Dec. 20, 1830 

Daniel, at Johnston, in S7th year, July 18, 1831 



376 VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MANTON Mrs. Freelove C, daughter of Capt. 

John Jenckes, at Smithfield, in 32d year, Dec. 27, 183: 

Edward George, son of Joseph, aged 2 years, 

8 months, Aug. 5, 1832 

Mary Whipple, wife of Joseph, daughter of 

Jonathan Whipple, Esq., of Uxbridge, 

Mass., at Providence, aged 41 years, Aug. 18, 1832 

Walter Bartlett, son of Joseph, aged 4 years, 

10 months, Aug. 19, 1832 

George Anson, son of Shadrack, in sth year, Oct. 20, 1832 

MANUEL Henry P., son of Simon, in 14th 

year, May 23, 1821 

MARAN Carlos, son of Capt. Carlos, aged 17 

years, member senior class Brown Univer- 
sity, Dec. I, 1827 
MARANSIN Genera!, in Spain, the 5th French 

general killed in the battle of Albuera, or 

have died of their wounds. American of Oct. 4, 181 1 

MARBLE Mary and Hannah, daughters of An- 
drew, deceased, drowned in the pond at 

Sutton, Mass., May 29, 1822 

Edwin R., at Newport, in 22d year, July 8, 1823 

Silence, widow of James, at Taunton, aged 56 

years. American of Feb. 25, 1825 

Mrs. Jane, wife of George R., at Warren, 

aged 31 years, July 3, 1826 

Sylvester, son of James, at Warren, aged 28 

years, July 7, 1826 

Jane, infant daughter of George Richmond 

Marble, at Warren, Sept. 15, 1826 

Edwin Robinson, son of Jonathan, aged i 

year, 9 months, Jan. 28, 1827 

Benjamin, of Newport, at Bristol, on board 

ship Gen. Jackson, killed by a falling plank. 

American of Nov. 20, 1827 

MARCELLIN Lieut. George, in 2Sth year, at 

sea on board U. S. Frig3.te President, off 

Sandy Hook, Sept. 10, iSio 

MARCH Joseph, killed in a duel with Mr. 

Williams, near St. Louis, Mo., both are 

said to be natives of Massachusetts. Amer- 
ican of July 21, 1820 
.MARCH ANT Catharine, wife of William, Esq., 

and daughter of Joseph Babcock, of South 

Kingstown, at Newport, in 24th year. 

American of June 5, 18 10 

Jordan, murdered when returning from the 

races near Norfolk, Va., ' Nov. 11 181 1 

Rebecca, widow of Hon. Henry, first Judge 

of District Court for this district, at New- 
port, aged 82 years. American of March 12, 1819 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



377 



MARCH ANT Rebecca Cooke, daughter of 
Henry, at Pawtucket, aged 2 yearsand 2 
months, 

MARDENBROUGH Giles, son of the late Capt. 
Christopher, Esq., of the Island of St. 
Christophers, W. I., at Newport, in 30th 
year. American of 

MARECHAL Most Rev. Ambrose, Archbishop 
of Baltimore. American of 

MARION Hon. Robert, at Charleston, S. C, in 
46th year, M. C. from S. C, 

MARIANO Col., native of Italy, but a resident 
of Lexington, Ky., very suddenly. Ameri- 
can of 

MARK Jacob, Esq., merchant, of New York, 
drowned from sloop Flag, 

MARKLEY Abraham, Esq., at Charleston, S. 
C, aged 80 years. American of 

, executed at Fredericktown, Md., for 

the murder of the Newey family. He pro- 
tested his innocence to the last. American 
of 

MARKS Miss M , in the burning of the Rich- 
mond, Va., Theatre, 

MARLBORO Duke of, at the Castle of Blen- 
heim, aged 78 years, was found dead in his 
bed, 

MARRYOTT Samuel, at Hopkinton, in 90th 
year, 
James, printer, aged 62 years, at Newport, 
workman in the Mercury office 27 years. 
American of 
Joseph, Esq , in London, Eng., aged 67 years, 
chairman of committee for Lloyds, and M. 
P. for Sandwich. American of 

MARSH Jonathan, formerly of this town, at 
Bath, N. C, aged 51 years. American of 
David W., merchant, formerly of this town, 

in North Carolina, 
Nancy, at North Providence, in 26th year, 
Daniel G., Esq., formerly of this town, at 
Washington, N. C, in 45th year, leaves 
wife and three children, 
Jacob, at Smithfield, in 81st year, 
Martha, widow of James, at Newport, aged 

75 years. American of 
Miss Ruth, at Newport, aged 70 years. Amer- 
ican of 
Rev. John, at Wethersfield, Ct., aged 78 
years; many years pastor of church at that 
place, 



June 25, 1832 

Jan. 4, 1820 

Feb 8, 1828 

March 22, 181 1 

June 19, 1821 
May 14, 182 1 
July 30, 1824 

July I, 1831 
Dec. 26, 181 1 

Jan. 30, 1817 
May 18, 1809 

Aug. 21, 1818 

March 12, 1824 

Oct. 4, £811 

Nov. 2, 181 1 
July 5, 1812 

Feb. 13, 1814 
April 20, 1 8 16 

Oct. 21, 1817 

Oct. 12, 1819 

Sept. 13, 1 82 1 



378 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MARSH Joel, at Cranston, in 36th year, 

John, Jr., eldest son of John, of Newport, 

drowned at sea from brig Russell 
Thomas, of Whateley, Mass , at Ware, fell 

from the frame of the meeting house, aged 

43 years. American of 
Mrs Elizabeth, in 66th year, 
Anna Elizabeth, infant daughter of. William 

H., of Newport, at Clayville, aged i year, 

9 months, 
Noah, soldier of the Revolution, at Cornville. 

American of 
Oliver, son of John, at Newport, aged 20 

years. American of 
Sarah Freeman, daughter of Joseph M., at 

Koston, aged 6 years. American of 
Miss Abigail, at Haverhill, aged 83 

the youngest of 12 children, 7 sons 

daughters, children of David, whose united 

ages make 996, an average of 83 each 

American of 
MARSHALL A (of Wythe), broke 

neck in escaping from a window in 



years, 
and 5 



his 
the 



burning of the Richmond, Va., theatre, 
William, brother of the Chief Justice of 



the 



United States, at Richmond, Va. Ameri- 
can of 
Ann, widow of Capt. Peter, at Newport, 

aged 75 years, 
Maria, widow of Samuel, late of Newport, at 

Providence, in 68th year. American of 
Mary, wife of Benjamin, in 70th year, 
Levi, at Clemsford, Mass., by explosion at a 

powder mill, 
Nathaniel, killed in explosion of a powder 

mill at Clemsford, Mass. American of 
Benjamin, at an advanced age, 
Niobe R., wife of Benjamin, daughter of 

Capt. John Stanton, of Portsmouth, at 

New York, aged 34 years. 
Midshipman Samuel, at Thompson's Island, 
Eliot, formerly of Providence, at Portland, 

Me. American of 
. wife of Humphrey, Esq., at Frankfort, 

Ky. American of 
Almira, daughter of William B., formerly of 

Shrewsbury, Mass., at Providence, in 2Sth 

year, 
Joseph, son of Dea. John, of Portsmouth, 

drowned at sea, from schooner Hyder Ali, 

aged 36 years. American of 



Feb. 9, 1822 
April 17, 1822 



Aug. 8, 1826 
June 3, 1829 



July 4, 1830 

Nov. 12, 1830 

Dec. 3, 1830 

March 11, 1831 

March 18, 1831 

Dec. 26, 181 1 

June 7, 1816 

June 25, 1818 

Sept. 21. 1819 
March 21, 1820 

Dec. 5, 1820 

Dec. 12, 1820 
Oct. 1 6, 1 82 1 

Jan. 30, 1823 
Aug. 24, 1823 

Jan. 20, I 824 

Nov. ig, 1824 

Oct. 25, 1825 

April 28, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



379 



MARSHALL John, founder, at Pittsburg; aged 
^^ years ; a native of Scotland ; came to 
America in 1763 ; cast the first cannon 
made in U. S. during the Revolution, at 
Capt. Ridley's works in Maryland and gave 
the first draft for a boring mill for boring 
cannon, 

Olive, wife of Thomas, and daughter of late 
Capt. Bartlett Holmes, of Barnstable, at 
Nantucket, aged 21 years. American of 

David, formerly of Essex, Mass., at New Bos- 
ton, N. H. While crossing a small brook, 
he fell and instantly expired. American of 

-, passenger, killed by the explosion of a 

boiler on board steamboat Gen. Jackson, 
in Hudson river. American of 
MARSTON Jeremiah T., at Hampton, N. H., 
drowned, aged 33 years. He was to be 
married next week to a young lady who 
had before been disappointed by a similar 
accident. American of 

Jonathan, killed by Horace Smith. Amer- 
ican of 
MARTIN Abraham, Esq., in Mississippi Ter. 
American of 

Sally, wife of William B., Esq., in this town, 
in 35th year, 

Sarah, infant daughter of William B,, Esq., 
in this town, 

Charles F., eldest son of Joseph S., in this 
town, aged 13 years, 6 months, 

John, of Winthrop, Me., aged 16 years, 
drowned from schooner Charles Henry, 
Capt. Butler, 

Margaret C, wife of George W., and daugh- 
ter of Robert Grieve, in this town in 24th 
year, 

Edward, at Rehoboth, in 72d year. Amer- 
ican of 

Capt. Valentine, Jr., in this town, in 38th 
year, 

Joseph, at Newport, aged 74 years, 

Julia, daughter of Henry, in this town, aged 
16 months. American of 

Sarah, wife of Amos, at New Salem, Mass., 
in 73d year, 

Elizabeth R., daughter of Capt. Sylvanus P., 
aged 7 years, 6 months. 

Dr. John Russell, son of the late Capt. John, 
of this town, at Havana, aged 28 years, 



Sept. 13, 1826 

Sept. 18, 1829 

June 3, 1831 

June 7, 1 83 1 

Jan. 24, 1 817 

Oct. 2, 1829 

May 9, 1809 

June 3, 1809 

Aug. I, 1809 

May 7, 181 1 

July 24, 1811 

Jan. 17, 1815 

April 12, i8i6 

June 15, 1816 
Dec. 17, i8i6 

March 11, 1817 

March 12, 1817 

May I, 1817 



380 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MARTIN: 

where he had gone for his health ; was a 
graduate of Brown University American 
of 

Sarah, wife of Benjamin, Esq., of Harrington, 
at Warren, aged 73 years. American of 

Mary, daughter of the late Capt. Valentine, 
in this town, in 17th year, 

Betsey, widow of Capt. Valentine, in this 
town, in 40th year. 

Pardon S., son of Henry, in 5th year, 

David, at Providence, aged 70 years, 

Edward, son of Valentine, dec, at sea, on 
board brig Pegasus, aged 19 years, 

Sylvanus, Esq., a native of Massachusetts, at 
Providence, in 70th year, soldier of the 
Revolution, former member of Assembly, 

Martha, widow of Sylvanus, Esq., of Reho- 
both, and eldest daughter of Col. Philip 
Wheeler, at Seekonk, in gid year. She 
left 6 sons, 2 daughters, 80 grand, 90 great- 
grand and 2 great-great-grandchildren, 

Joseph Foster, son of the late Capt. John, in 
21st year; graduated at Brown, 18 r 7, and 
recently returned from the Litchfield Law 
School, Ct., 

Edward, eldest son of Joseph S., of Provi- 
dence, in his 19th year, 

Mary Josephine, daughter of Joseph S., Esq., 
at Providence, aged 4 years, 

Hon. Simeon, at Seekonk, in 65th year ; was 
a soldier in the Revolution, a militia offi- 
cer, and Major General of Militia ; member 
of Assembly, and some years Lieut. 
Governor. See obituary notice, 

Harriet, daughter of Cyrus, Esq., of Guild- 
ford, Vt., in 20th year, 

Elizabeth, daughter of James, aged 19 months, 
13 days, 

Elizabeth, widow of David, in 69th year, 

Susan, second daughter of Dr. Calvin, at See- 
konk, in 25th year, 

Angelina, daughter of Dr. Calvin, at Seekonk, 

Elisha May, son of Dr. Calvin, at Seekonk, 
aged 1 1 years, 

Susannah wife of Calvin, Esq., and daughter 
of Hon. Elisha May, of Attleboro, at See- 
konk, in 52d year, 

Philip, in 6sth year. He served in the Revo- 
lution, for years Brigadier General of 
Militia, Prov. Co., and First Senator, 



May 23, 1 8 17 

July I. 1817 

July 16, 1817 

July 18, 1 8 17 

May 8, 1818 

Aug. 10, 1818 

Sept. 10, 1818 
Nov. 25, 1818 



March 6, 1819 

March 10, 1819 

March 30, 1819 

Aug. 24, 1819 

Sept. 30, 1 8 19 

Nov. 15, 1819 

Aug. II, 1820 
Sept. 23, 1820 

Jan. 18, 1 82 1 
Jan. 31, 1821 

Feb. 7, 1 82 1 

March 5, 1821 

May 6, 1821 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 381 

MARTIN Samuel Collyer, son of Sampson, 

aged 7 months, Aug. 27, 1821 

Mrs. Hannah, widow of Lemuel, at Newport, 

aged 72 years, Sept. 3, 1821 

Michael, executed at Lochmere Point, Cam- 
bridge Point, for robbery, Dec. 18, 1821 

Caroline, eldest daughter of Joseph S., Esq., 

in 23d year, Jan. 31, 1822 

Capt. Joseph, of brig Ann, of this port, aged 

26 years, at Havana, July 19, 1822 

Ruth, daughter of Capt. Stephen, at Swan- 
zey, aged 22 years, Sept. 25, 1822 

Hannah, widow of Joseph, at Newport, aged 

67 years, May 15, 1823 

Polly, wife of John, Jr., in 3Sth year, at Bar- 

rington, July 8, 1823 

Mary, widow of Gen. Philip, in 68th year, Aug. 11, 1823 

Capt. Samuel B., formerly of Providence, at 

New York, aged about 38 years, June 21, 1824 

Capt. Sylvanus P., eldest son of Valentine, 
Esq., of Seekonk, at Providence, m 50th 
year, July 31, 1824 

Mrs. Susannah, at Barrington. in 94th year. 

American of July i, 1825 

Charles Sheldon, son of Henry, aged 9 

months, July 31, 1825 

Darius, at Rehoboth, aged 37 years, June 12, 1826 

Darius, at Rehoboth, in 37th year, June 12, 1826 

Hon. Luther, at New York, in 82d year, sud- 
denly ; was a well known lawyer, born in 
Piscataqua, N. J., to which place his parents 
had come from New Hampshire. Edu- 
cated at Princeton ; had been Attorney 
General of the state ; was member of Con- 
vention that framed the National Constitu- 
tion. American of July 21, 1826 

Luther. American of Aug. 4, 1826 

Wheeler, son of William, aged 16 months. 

American of Aug. 29, 1826 

Capt. Samuel, at Warren, in 70th year, 

American of Sept. 26, 1826 

Ann Arnold, daughter of LeBarron, aged 18 

months, Aug. 4, 1827 

Mary Temple, wife of Philip W., in 80th year, April 20, i 828 

Charles Brintinal, son of Capt. William, in 3d 

year, July 31, 1828 

Mrs. Hannah, at Jamestown, aged 70 years, Aug. 12, 1828 

Smith Arnold, son of Le Baron, aged 8 

months, Sept. 9, 1828 



382 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MARTIN Valentine, Esq., at Stekonk, in 77th 

'■ year,*, asoldier of the Revolution ; many 

years a selectman of Rehoboth. Ameri- 

' can. of- , 

Charles Eugene, infant son of Major Josiah 

H.j 

Helen Maria, daughter of Captain Elhanan, 

aged 6 months, 
Mrs. Margaret, at Boston, aged 57 years. 

American of 
Lieut. James, at Bristol, Me., aged 80 years. 

American of 
John, at Swanzey, aged 33 years. American 

JOf 

Ezra D., son of Dea. Joseph, drowned in 

Newport harbor, 
Frances Wentworth, daughter of Hon. Perez, 

at Dorchester, 
Mary Elizabeth, wife of Hon. Wheeler, in 

63'd year, 
Gov. Daniel, of Maryland, American of 
John Henry, only son of Henry, aged 20 

years, 
Mrs. Abigail, widow of Hon. Simeon, at See- 

konk, in 80th year, 
Abby Peck, daughter of Capt. Stephen, at 

Swanzey, aged 8 years, 
MARVIN William, at Hoffman, N. Y., aged 16 

years, from hydrophobia, 3 weeks after be- 
ing bitten, American of 
Elizabeth, wife of Richard, at Providence, in 

85th yiar, 
Capt. Richard, in 77th year, served in the 

Revolution in both Army and Navy, 
MASH Elijah, at Killingly, Ct., aged 48 years. 

American of 
.MASON John, Esq., of this town, in 67th year, 
Christopher G., at Newport, son of the late 

Dr. Benjamin, in 20th year. American of 
Zerviah, second daughter of James B., Esq., 

aged 9 years, 
Aaron, Esq., in 84th year ; was for many 

years member of the town council, 
Gapt. Philip, formerly of this town, and one 

of the first settlers of Adams, Mass ; he 

took part in the capture of Gen. Burgoyne, 
Roswell W., at Attleboro, in 24th year. 

American of 
Pardon, Jr., in this town, in 24th year, 
■Charles, merchant, of Havana, perished at 

sea. American of 



June 30, 1829 

July 3, 1829 

Sept. 2, 1829 

Feb. 2, 1830 

Feb. S, 1830 

Aug. 13, 1830 

Dec. 19, 1830 

Feb. 25, 1831 

March 10, 1831 
July 19, 1831 

Oct. 3, 1831 

March 24, 1832 

Dec. II, 1S32 

Jan. 20, 1815 

July 24, 1825 

June iS, 1826 

May 9, 1S26 
March 8, 1809 

April 10, 1 812 

July 18, 1812 

Nov. 28, 1812 

July 21, 1813 

April 25, 1815 
Dec. I, 1815 

May 24, 1816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



383 



MASON Lydia, widow of Noah, Esq., in 8Sth 
year, 

Lieut. Nathan, at Seekonk, aged 69 years, 
suddenly. American of 

Mrs , wife of Peleg, of Swarizey, Mass., 

in this town, in 86th year, 

Peleg, late of Swanzey, in this town, in Ssth 
year. 

Dr. Abel, at Cumberland, 

Sarah, wife of Peletiah, at Killingly, Ct., 
aged 76 years, 

Mary, wife of Aaron T., and daughter of 
Stephen Bullock, Esq., of Rehoboth, 
Mass., at Killingly, Ct., aged 40 years.. 
American of 

Lucina, only surviving daughter of Chad, at 
Cumberland, in r7th year ; her sister pre- 
ceded her only about a week, 

Nancy, eldest daughter of Chad, at Cumber- 
land, in 22d year. American of 

Gen. A. T., of Virginia, killed in a duel with 
his brother-in-law, John McCarty. Several 
of the Americans mention the affair, 

Hon. James Krown, late M. C. from Rhode 
Island, at Providence, in 45th year, 

Rachel, widow of Benjamin, in 64th year, 

Elizabeth, infant daughter of Major Edward, 

Mary, widow of John, at Swanzey, aged 98 
years. American of 

Gen. Thompson, collector of the port of Al- 
exandria. American of 

Mrs. Elizabeth, at Swanzey, in 62d year. 
American of 

Jonathan, of Seekonk, at New Bedford, aged 
21 years; military honors, 

Henry, son of Oba5iah, 

John Sanford, son of John, at Thompson, Ct., 
in 20th year, 

Martha Dorrance, wife of William H., and 
eldest daughter of Jacob Whitman, of Prov- 
idence, at Thompson, Ct., in 32d year, 

Joanna, wife of James, in S4th year, 

James Penniman, son of Gregory, at Shrews- 
bury, Mass., aged 14 years ; was playing 
with a musket, 

Harriet Amanda, youngest daughter of Will- 
iam, 

Dea. Caleb, at Seekonk, in 74th year, 

John Simons, son of Joseph, Jr., at Newport, 
in 7 th year, 



Aug. 12, 1816 

Aug. 27, 1816 

Sept. 27, 1 816 

Dec. 4, 1816 
April 13, 1817 

May 22, 1818 

June 2, 1818 

Aug. 3, 1818 
Aug. 4, 18 1 8 

Feb. — , 1 8 19 

Aug. 31, 1819 

Sept. 13, 1819 

Feb. 7, 1820 

Feb. I.I,, 1820 

March 24, 1820 

June 9, 1820 

Aug. I, 1820 
Aug. 16, 1820 

Nov. 17, 1820 



Jan. 4, 1821 
April 13, 1821 



May 30, 1821 

Aug. 26, 1 82 1 
Nov. 5, 1 82 1 

Nov. 24, 182 1 



384 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



.MASON Pardon, only son of Major Edward, 
aged I year, 5 months, 

Mr. , at Pendleton, S. C. His house was 

consumed by fire and 4 out of his 5 chil- 
dren perished, 

Ann Eliza, only child of Sanford, aged 1 1 
months, 10 days, 

James Wall, son of Rev. Dr. Mason, late of 
New York, at Carlisle, Penn., aged 20 
years. American of 

Pelatiah, at Killingly, Ct., in 83d year, 

Joseph, Jr., son of Dr. Joseph, of Providence, 
aged 28 years, at Rio Nunez, Africa, on 
board sloop Two Brothers. American of 

Benajah, of Swanzey, at Providence, aged 72 
years, 

Hannah, widow of Joshua, at Swanzey, aged 
84 years, 

Alice, widow of Gen. James B., and daughter 
of late John Brown, 

Anna, wife of Pardon, in 6ist year, 

Elizabeth, wife of Edward, in 69th year, 

William Haile, son of William H., of Thomp- 
son, Ct., at North Providence, aged 6 years, 
9 months. 

Experience, widow of Nathan, at Seekonk, 
in 63d year, 

Charles, at Swanzey, in 83d year, 

William Henry Russell, infant son of Major 
Edward, 

Candace, wife of James, at Adams, Mass., in 
46th year, 

George, infant son of George, 

John R., infant son of Stephen, at Warren, 
aged 18 months. American of 

Hannah, wife of Gardiner, at Warren, in 48th 
year, 

Sally, youngest daughter of Hezekiah, Esq., 
at Freetown. American of 

George, formerly of Providence, at Canton, 
Ala., in 32d year. 

Rose Anne, widow of John, Esq., aged 8i 
years, 

Isaac, of Thompson, Ct., stabbed by Andrew 
Davis, near Slatersville, 

Benjamin, at Newport, aged 36 years. Amer- 
ican of 

Louisa Allen, daughter of Nathan, at See- 
konk, aged r year, 10 months, 

Hannah, daughter of late John, at Warren, in 
72d year. 



Jan. 14, 1822 " 

March 14, 1822 
Nov. 15, 1822 



Nov. 26, 1822 
Jan. 4, 1823 



April 25, 1823 

Aug. 30, 1823 

Sept. 7, 1823 

Oct. 3, 1823 

Oct. 6, 1823 

Oct. 15, 1823 

Jan. 7, 1824 

Feb. II, 1824 
March 26, 1824 

Aug. 8, 1824 

March 19, 1825 
.Sept. 8, 1825 

Sept. 5, 1825 

Oct. 20, 1825 

F"eb. 17, 1826 

April 5, 1826 

Aug. 13, 1826 

Sept. 29, 1826 

Oct. 10, 1826 

Oct. 22, 1826 

Dec. 28, 1826 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



385 



MASON Edward,, in 74th year, 

Joseph, drowned in the bay. American of 

Noble, at Swanzey, in 80th year, 

Harriet, daughter of Edward, at Pawtucket, 
aged 22 months, 

Julia Ann, of Ashford, Ct., in 20th year, at 
Pawtucket, 

Nathan Lafayette, infant son of Nathan, at 
Seekonk, aged 7 months, 

William, son of Noble, of Rehoboth, at Prov- 
idence, aged 48 years, 

Margaret, widow of H olden, aged TJ years, 
at Warren, very suddenly, 

Harriet Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 
Major Edward, at Pawtucket, 

Robert F., son of Joseph, at Bristol, aged 18 
years, 

Mrs. Lucy, at Glocester, aged 32 years. 
American of 

Rev. Dr. John M., at New York, of the Scot- 
ish Presbyterian Church ; was Provost of 
Columbia College and President of Carlile. 
American of 

Edward Francis, youngest child of Dr. John 
H ., aged 2 years, 7 months, 

Miss Elizabeth, at Cambridge, aged 65 years. 
American of 

Hannah, wife of Samuel, at Warren, aged 68 
years. American of 

Susan, daughter of Benjamin, at Newport. 
American of 

Capt. Edward, at Swanzey, aged 80 years. 
Soldier of the Revolution. American of 

Nancy, wife of Henry, at Cranston, in 49th 
year, 

William Jenckes, of this town, aged 27 years, 
at his uncle's house in Potter Township, O. 
American of 

Sarah Ann, daughter of Nathan, aged 4 years, 
MASQUERA Jose Maria, at Papayon, Colum- 
bia. Gen. Boliver once said of him " If 
men could select their fathers I would 
choose him for mine.'' American of 
MASSIE Gen Nathaniel, in Ohio, one of the 

oldest settlers in the state. American of 
MASSMINSTER John, fell from a dray, at Phil- 
adelphia, 
MASURY Samuel, son of the late Joseph, at 
Providence, in 23d year.'buried at Cranston 
with military honors, 



Jan. 9, 1827 
May 25, 1827 
Aug. 13, 1827 

Sept. 12, 1827 
Nov. I, 1827 
Feb. 3, J 828 

April 23, 1828 
May 8, 1828 

Aug. 23, 1828 

March 13, 1829 

Nov. 6, 1829 

Jan, I, 1830 
March 11, 1830 
May 21, 1830 
Aug. 20, 1830 
Sept. 17, 1830 
Dec. 28, 1830 
March 4, 1831 



July IS, 1 83 1 
Dec. 17, 1832 



Oct. 9, 1829 
Nov. 23, 1813 
July 26, 1828 

Feb. 26, 1818 



386 VITACi RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 

MATTHEWS Richard, of Hartford .Co., N. C, 

aged 103 years, 2 months, 1 1 days ; was 

born in Virginia, but had resided in North 

Carolina for 60 years. American of Nov. 16, 1 801 

William, at I'jristol. American of July 8, 1817 

Mary A., daughter of Jeremiah, in 20th year, Nov. 16, 1824 
Washington, killed by his father, at Point 

Township, O., Dec. 16, 1826 

MATHEWS Lt. H , of Port Tobacco, Md., 

killed in a duel with Walter Jewson, of Vir- 
ginia, near the former place, Feb. 8, 1832 
MATHEWSON Thomas, only child of the late 

Capt. Thomas, who was lost at sea, in this 

town, aged 2 years, 2 months, April 30, 1809 

Daniel, at Smithfield, aged 75 years. In this 

town there have died in a short period 

12 married men leaving 12 widows, S of 

whom are named Mowry, and all in a dis- 
tance of 2 miles in length and J of a mile 

in breadth, and whose farms joined each 

other, April 4, 1814 

Waitey. wife of Capt. Reuben, at Johnston, 

in 3Sth year. May 11, 1814 

Sally, wife of James, at Coventry, in 36th 

year, ' June 7, 18 14 

Col. John, in this town, in 74th year, Nov. 16, 1816 

Stephen, at Scituate, in 46th year. American 

of Jan. 22, 1819 

Margaret, wife of Nathan, Esq., formerly of 

Providence, at Tarboro, N. C, aged about 

42 years, Dec. 19, 1820 

Rebecca, wife of Capt. Samuel, at Warren, 

aged 28 yeans, Feb. 20, 1821 

Obadiah, at Baltimore, merchant, a native of 

this State, aged 29 years. American of ' May 10, 1822 

Caroline Frances, infant daughter of Daniel, 

at Johnston, aged 17 months. May 18, 1822 

Nicholas, at Cranston, aged 71 years, Oct. 19, 1822 

Harriet, wife of John, in 38th year, June 16, 1824 

Noah, Esq., at Johnston, aged 90 years; 

served in the Revolution and for more than 

60 years in public life and a long time in 

the General Assembly. American of Sept. 28, 1824 

Almy, son of Charles, of Johnston, at Provi- 
dence, in 25th year. 
Patience, wife of Col. laaac, in 25th year, 
Judeth, widow of Hon. Noah, at Johnston, 

aged 88 years, 
James Lester, infant son of Henry A., at 

Woodstock, Ct., aged 5 months, 



Oct. 
Dec. 


s. 

2, 


1824 
1824 


Jan. 


28, 


1827 


Nov. 


14. 


1827 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 



387 



M ATHEVVSON John, Esq., late secretary Provi- 
dence Washington Insurance Co., in 56th 
year, 

Nathan, formerly of Providence, at Scarboro, . 
N. C, in 66th year, 

Caroline Horton, daughter of Benjamin, at 
New York, aged 8 months, 
MATHSON Rev. John, at, Porteerdale, Eng., 
aged 90 years ; was over 60 years a min- 
ister at Porteerdale ; he was a fine model 
for Goldsmith's parson in the '■ Deserted 
Village." American of 
MATIGNON Francis Anthony, D. D., at Bos- 
ton, for 26 years Roman Catholic pastor, 
MATTESON George N., son of James, at Cov- 
entry, aged 8 years, 2 months, 

Nathan, at Coventry, aged ^^ years, soldier 
of the Revolution. American of 

William Henry, only child of Henry A., 
aged 10 months, 20 days, 
MATTIS Peter Providence, drowned from brig 

Pomona, aged 10 years, 
MAUNSELL Elizabeth, widow of late Gen. 
John, of the British service, at New Yo'-k, 
aged 87 years American of 

MAURICE , owner of the Royal Brunswick 

theatre, perished in the burning of the 
house, at London, 
MAURAN Capt. Joseph Carlos, at Barrington, 
in 71st year ; was a native of Italy and de- 
scended from a highly respectable family 
of the City of Villa Franca, in the Prov- 
ince of Nice ; came to Barrington in 1768; 
a fi.-<e sketch in paper of May 4, Masonic 
honors, 

Olive, widow of Capt. Joseph C, in this town, 
in 60th year, 

George W , son of Capt. Carlo, in this town, 
aged 3 years, 

Samuel E., son of Oroondates, of New York, 
at Providence, aged i year, 

George Augustus, son of Capt. Carlo, in sth 
year, 

Capt. Ira, of Providence, aged about 38 years, 
at Curracco, W. I., was bitten by a dog, 
which terminated in lockjaw. American 
of 

Sterry Lawrence, infant son of Dr. J , 

. aged about i year, 

Orandates, son of Capt. Carlo, aged 14 years, 



Dec. 19, 1830 
July 6, 1832 
July 7, 1832 

June 21, 1814 
Sept. 19, i8i8 
May 13, 1826 
Aug. 10, 1827 
April 29, 1830 
July 10, 1826 

Nov. 10, 1815 

Feb. 28, 1828 



May I, 1813 

Feb. 12, 1 8 14 

Nov. 14, 1815 

Aug. 12, 1821 

March 15, 1822 

Dec. 16, 1825 

Aug. 19, 1827 
Nov. 5, 1828 



388 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



MAURAN Charles Ira, youngest son of Joseph 
P., aged I year, 3 months, 

Eliza B., infant daughter of Joshua, Esq., 
aged 10 months, 
MAURY His Eminence Siffrecin, at Rome, 
aged 71 years; he played an important 
part in the French Revolution, 

Fontane, in Washington City, aged 64 years ; 
he was one of Lafayette's aides in the Rev- 
olution, at Washington City. American of 

, wife of James, Esq., late Consul for 

that port, at Liverpool, Eng. American of 
MAVIS Capt. John Frederick, of the sloop 
Catey, and late of this town, at St. Mary's, 
W. I., in 36th year, 
MAWNEY Ruth, wife of John, Jr., at Cranston, 

Experience, wife of Pardon, Esq., at East 
Greenwich, in 65th year, 

John W., only son of John, Esq., at Crans- 
ton, 

Col. John, at Cranston. American of 

Pardon, Esq., at East Greenwich, in 83d year, 
MAXCY Milton, Esq., native of Attleboro, 
Mass., brother of Rev. Dr. Maxcy, for- 
merly of this town, at Beaufort, S. C. 
American of 

Esther, wife of Benjamin, at Attleboro, in 
45th year. 

Rev. Jonathan, in Columbia, S. C, president 
of college there, aged 53 years. See obit- 
uary in this number. American of 

Esther, only daughter of Benjamin, at Attle- 
boro, aged 17 years, 

Levi, Esq., aged 52 years, native of Attle- 
boro, but for some years a resident of 
Charleston, S. C, at Edisto Island, 

Jonathan, Esq., attorney at law, son of Rev. 
Dr. Maxcy, iormerly of Providence, at 
Autonga Co., Ala., 

Cornelia Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 
Virgil, Esq., in Maryland, in gth year. 
American of 

Levi, at Wrentham, in 85th year, 
MAXFIELD Philip, seaman, perished in the 
wreck of the schooner Quaker, 

Edmund, at Dartmouth, aged 85 years. 
American of 

Susannah, widow of Zadoc, at New Bedford, 
aged 70 years. American of 

Mrs. Deborah, at Bristol, aged 66 years, 



Nov. 4, 1829 
Feb. 24, 1832 

May—. 1817 

Feb. 6, 1824 
April 2, 1830 



Oct. 27, 1817 
Oct. 24, 1815 

Nov. 30, 1 81 5 

Nov. 16, 1816 

March 9, 183O 

Aug. 6, 1 83 1 



Oct. 17, 1817 
Oct. 20, 181 7 

June 20, 1820 
Aug. 19, 1 821 

June 24, 1822 

Nov. 19, 1823 

Dec. 23, 1823 
Oct. II, 1826 

March 6, 1820 

Dec. II, 1 821 

May 20, 1823 
Oct. 26, 1 83 1 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN-DEATHS 389 

MAXFIELD David, Jr.. at Warren, aged 45 

years. American of Sept. 28, i8j2 

MAXON Miss Content, at Newport, aged 64 

years. American of Aug.. 4, 181 8 

.MA.XSON John, at Newport, aged 70 years, April 21, 1822 

Jonathan', at Newport, aged 87 years, 65 

years member of Sabbatarian church, July 31, 1823 

John S., at Newport, aged 34 years. Amer- 
ican of Aug. 30, 1825 
Isaac, at Middletown, aged 60 years, March 25, 1830 
MAXWELL William, of Roxbury, Mass., 

drowned in the harbor at Newport ; was 

in his 27th year. May 30, i8ro 

Mrs. Ann, formerly of Newport, at East 

Greenwich, in 8ist year, May 2, 1817 

Isaac, of Wrexford, Ireland, at sea, on board 

ship Columbia, on passage from Havana to 

Bristol. American of July 17, 1818 

James, transient person, found dead in the 

road, at Oxford, Mass., aged 22 years, Feb. 22, 1820 

Capt. Level, at Worcester, in 75th year, Dec. 17, 1828 

Mx'VY Hon. Elisha, at Attleboro, in 73d year, 

formerly member of General Assembly of 

Massachusetts, sermon by Rev. Mr. 

Wilder, Nov. 15, 181 1 

Abigail, widow of Samuel, Esq., at Boston, 

aged 76 years, Dec. 29, 181 1 

Henry 13., son of Jesse, Esq., at Pawtucket, 

aged 22 months. American of Jan. 27, 1815 

Jesse, Esq., attorney at law, son of Elisha, 

at Pawtucket, in 36th year, (see his obitu- 
ary notice), Feb. 24, 1815 
Ruth, widow of Elisha, at Attleboro, aged 75 

years. American of May 16, 181 5 

Nehemiah Lyon, at North Providence, in 44th 

year, Jan. 23, 1817 

Mr. , aged 22 years, at Ceylon, from 

wounds given by a shark. American of Jan. 13, 1818 

Almira, daughter of Capt. William, of Wood- 
stock, Ct., at Providence, July 9, 182Q 
Mrs. Sarah, of Providence, aged about 66 

years, eldest daughter of late Capt. Mat- 
thew Cozzens, of Newport, June 10, 1821 
Daniel, at Orange Co., N. C, aged 99 years, 

a soldier of the Revolution ; when 60 

years old was father of 16 children, had 

187 grand and 84 great-grandchildren at 

time of death. American of June 15, 1821 

Julia M., wife of Dr. F , at Washington 

City, aged 29 years. American of Oct. 25, 1822 



390 



VITAL RECORD OP RHODE ISLAND 



MAY Ephraim, formerly of Reho'ooth, Mass., at 
Leroy,.N. Y., aged 108 years. American 
of 

Miss Mary, aged 25 years, formerly of New- 
port, at Providence, 

Joseph, only child of Rev. Samuel J., at 
Brooklyn, Ct., 

Ebenezer, of Boston, at Paris, France, aged 
72 years, 

Frances, daughter of late John, at Boston, 
aged 17 years. Americari of 
MAYBERRY Miss Abby, at Bristol, aged 28 
years, daughter of Capt. Freeman, of New- 
port, at Bristol, 
MAYHEW Capt. Elijah, of Newburyport, mas- 
ter of schooner Paragon, of Boston ; was 
one of the crew of ship Resource, lost in 
the South Seas in 18 18, when most of the 
crew perished at sea, 
MAYNARD Mrs. Olive, at Sterling, Ct., aged 
30 years, buried just three weeks from her 
marriage, 

Abigail, wife of John, at Worcester, aged 61 
years, 

James, late from Stowe or Sudbury, Mass,, 
at Providence, aged 39 years, 

Henry L., his wife, Jane iVTaria, and his son, 
Charles William, at New York, of the 
cholera, 

William Hale, of the New York Senate, from 
Oneida. American of 
MAYO Louisa, in the burning of the Richmond, 
Va., theatre, 

Col. John, at Richmond, Va. American of 

Joseph, at Eden, aged 85 years, soldier of the 
Revolution. American of 
MAYSTON Lieut. Robert, of the Bombay Ma- 
rines, from wounds received on board the 
Nautilus in action with U. S. Ship of War 
Peacock, in the East Indies. American of 
MAZEEN Ezekiel, aged 27 years, great-grand- 
son of Uncas, buried in the royal burial 
ground, at Norwich, of the Mohegans ; ser- 
mon by Rev. Mr. Palmer of the Baptist 
Church, 
MAZZEI Philip, formerly resident of U. S., a 
confidant of Jefferson and political writer, 
at Pisa, in Tuscany, in 86th year. 



June 21, 1825 
June 15, £827. 
Dec. 12, 1828 
Feb. 28, 1829 
April 29, 1831 

Nov. 25, 1825 

Feb. 3, 1821 

July II, 1819 
Nov. 24, 1826 
July 25, 183 1 

Aug. 9, 1832 

Sept. 7, 1832 

Dec. 26, 181 1 
June 12, 1S18 

Nov. 13, 1829 
June 4, 1816 

May 2, 1826 
March 19, 1816 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 391 

McAllister Matthew, Esq., native of Penn- 
sylvania, but for 40 years a resident of 
Savannah, in 66th year, May 9, 1823 

Mrs. Hannah, at Savannah. American of Aug. 30, 1825 

McALSTER William, at Rochester, Vt. His 
dwelling house burnt and his three chil- 
dren perished, March i, 1828 

McARDLE John, at Little Flails, N. Y., aged 50 
years, killed by a blast ; has lost 7 sons, 5 
by drowning and 2 by violent deaths. , ■ 

American of Nov. 28, r 820 

McAYRES Samuel, seaman, of Bristol, at Ha- 
vana. American of Feb. 6, 1821 

McBRIDE Henry, shot by a sentry at York- 
town, N. Y , July II, 1812 
James, at New York, aged 18 years, took 
corrosive sublimate by mistake although it 
was plainly so labeled. American of July 4, 1815 
Mary Ann Eliza, of the theatres, Aug. 25, 1827 

McCALL Robert, brother of Andrew, of Wil- 
mington, Del., murdered in the street in 
Philadelphia. American of April 23, 181 1 

Dr. John Ward, at Charleston, S. C, aged 
about 29 years ; was putting away a pistol 
in his wardrobe when it went off and killed 
him. American of June 28, 1822 

James, Esq., attorney at law, at St. Charles, 

Mo American of Oct. 25, 1822 

Hugh, Major in U. S. Army, at Savannah, 

Ga., aged 57 years. American of June 29, 1824 

McCALLON Hugh, in Ohio, of the dropsy, in 
4gth year; had been tapped 25 times and 
yielded 52 gallons of water. American of April 4, 1815 

McCARKLE William, Esq., late editor and pro- 
prietor of Freeman's Journal, at Philadel- 
phia, in Soth year. American of Feb. 7, 1826 

McCARRIE Gen. Andrew, at Tiverton, aged 54 

years, formerly Representative from the 1 

town of Portsmouth, July 8, 1825. 

McCARTY Richard, son of Richard, of Swanzey, 
in 24th year, at sea, on board brig Bowdoin 
on his passage to Warren, Aug. 29, 1824 

Col. Edward, in Virginia, aged 68 years, an 

officer in the Revolution. American of Sept. 21, 1824 

McCAULEY Lieut. J , of 7th Regiment, U. 

S. Infantry, at Fort Scott, Sept. 4, 1821 

Mccormick James, Esq., Prof, of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy in Dickerson Col- 
lege, at Carlisle, Penn., aged 53 years. 
American of May 3, 1814 



392 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



McCORMICK Miss Eliza, drowned at Belfast, 
Ire.; on hearing of the marriage of her 
lover, threw herself into the sea. Ameri- 
can of 

M , at Mt. Holly, N. J. He was passing 

through a fever. His wife and nephew 
were beside his bed and both fell asleep. 
He got up, took a pitcher and went to the 
well for water, fell in and was drowned, 

McCOSKEY Dr. Charles N., Assistant Surgeon 
at St. Augustine. American of 

McCOY Ann, late of Providence, in 17th year, 
at Savannah, Ga. American of 
James, killed by his wife, at Philadelphia. 
American of 

McCLELLAN William, at Woodstock, Ct., m 
47th year. American of 
Grace, wife of Nathaniel, Esq., at Woodstock, 
Ct. American of 

McCLINTOCK Joseph, at Bristol, aged 49 years, 
Sarah M., eldest daughter of the late Joseph, 

Esq., at Bristol, 
Joseph, Esq., attorney at law, son of the late 
Capt. Joseph, of Bristol, at Columbia, S. C, 
aged 35 years, 

McCLOUD Nathaniel, at Newport, aged 46 
years, 

McCLURE David, D.D., at East Windsor, Ct., 
aged 71 years, 

McCREEDY Dr. Charles, U. S. Army, drowned 
in Boston Harbor, 

MacCREERY William, Esq., formerly M. C. 
from Maryland for Baltimore District, at 
Baltimore. American of 

McCREERY John, Esq., native of Ireland, at 
Richmond, Va. American of 

McCUE Patrick, murdered by his cousin Patrick 
Cassidy, at Sideling Hill, Penn. American 
of 

;McCULLOCK Mrs. Eleanor, at Lexington, Ky., 
killed by lightning while at Church. 
American of 
Thomas, of Kennebunk, member Senior class 
Harvard University, at Cambridge. Amer- 
ican of 

McDOLE Mrs. , wife of James, at Paw- 
tucket, aged 33 years, 

.McDonald Rhoda, wife of Capt. John, at 
Johnston, in 52dyear, suddenly. American 
of 



July 25, 1820 

Sept. 9, 1828 

Dec. 21, 1821 

Oct. 17, 1820 

Oct. 13, 1826 

Jan. 27, 1809 

June 4, 1813 
Nov. II, 1809 

May 2, 18 13 

Aug. 7, 183 s 

Nov. I, 1820 

June 25, 1820 

May 24, 1 82 1 

April 8, 1 8 14 
Sept. 2, 1825 

July II, 1820 

Abg. 15, 1817 

Sept. 12, 1817 
June 24, 1829 

May 31, 1814 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 



393 



MacDONALD Capt. James, of 14th U. S. In- 
fantry, at Buffalo, N. Y. American of 

Col. , the celebrated chief, Glengary, in 

Scotland ; his funeral at Invergarry was 
an immense affair. American of 

McDonald Rev. Damel, D.D., professor of lan- 
guages in Geneva College, New York. 
American of 
Donald, at the almshouse, Lynn, aged 108 
years ; was born in Scotlund 1722, was in 
British service before he came to America, 
was at Quebec under Wolfe, with Brad- 
dock, and served also in the Revolution. 
American of 

McDonnell Wmiam. murdered by Michael 
Sloop, in a quarrel, at Lancaster, Penn., 
Thomas, master of brig Planet, of Belfast, at 
New Orleans, 

McDONNOUGH William, at the Boston jail, 
under sentence of death, from dropsy of 
the chest, 

Mcdonough Mrs. Lucy Ann, wife of Com. 
Thomas, and daughter of late Nathaniel 
Shaler, Esq., at Middletown, Ct., aged 34 
years. 
Com., hero of Champlain ; he embarked at 
Gibraltar Oct. 24, and died at sea Nov. 10 
following, on his way home ; his wife died 
recently at Middletown, Ct., has 5 living 
children, 4 sons and a daughter. Ameri- 
can of 
Mrs. Polly, at Nantucket, perished m a snow 
storm, aged 34 years, 

McDowell Samuel Irvine, Esq., at Bowling 
Green, Ky. American of 

McDUFFIE Mary Rebecca, wife of Hon. 
George, daughter of Richard Singleton, 
Esq., at her father's house near Manches- 
ter, S. C , 

McFARLAND Duncan, Esq., formerly mem- 
ber of Congress from North Carolina, at 
North Carolina. American of 
Francis Frederick, of the theatre, at Phila- 
delphia. American of 
Dr. James, son of Capt. James, of Worcester, 
at Rutland, Mass., aged 4r years. Amer- 
ican of 
Mary Ellen, daughter of Thomas, aged 7 
weeks, 



Dec. 13, 1814 

March 28, 7828 

April 9, 1 830 

Oct. 8, 1830 
Dec. 30, 1813 
July 24, 1829 

Jan. 19, 1818 
Aug. 9, 1825 



Nov. 29, 1825 
April 12, 1 83 1 
Sept. 14, 1824 

Sept. 14, 1830 

Sept. 20, 1 8 16 
March 5, 1819 

Dec. 12, 1823 
Sept. 6, 1829 



394 



VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND 



McGARRICK Bryan, alias William Morse, na- 
tive of Ireland, at Wharapoa, on board ship 
Asia, 

McGARY John, of Rhode Island, at New Or- 
leans. American of 

McGEBAN James, drowned in New York har- 
bor, 

McGEE George, at Foster, in 8ist year, 

McGINNIS Lieut. , drowned in crossing St. 

Mary's river, 

McGRATH Michael, executed at Halifax for 
murder of Capt. Westmacott, of the Brit- 
ish army. American of 

McGregor Mrs. Eunice, at Sterling, Ct, aged 
2$ years. American of 

McGUYER John, of New York, perished in the 
shipwreck of schooner Lafayette, in South 
Seas. American of 

McHENRY James, near Baltimore, in 63d year, 
one of Washington's aides in the Revolu- 
tion, 

Col. , ot Baltimore, at Mercersburg, 

Fenn., of the fever. American of 

McILVAINE Bloomfield, at- Burlington, N. J., 
in 30th year, 
Joseph, U. S. Senator from N. J., in s8th 
year, at Burlington, N. J. American of 

McINNES Rev. Thomas G., pastor of Ninth 
Presbyterian Church, at Philadelphia. 
American of 

McINTOSH McQueen, shot by John L. Hop- 
kins, at Darien, Ga., 
Gen. William, an Indian chief, murdered by 
a band of Indians. American of 

McINTYRE Moses G., son of Smieon, at Men- 
don, 

, of brig Trident, from exposure at sea. 

American of 

McKAY Emily, in this town, aged 4 years, i 
month, youngest daughter of William, 
George F., son of William, aged 23 years, 

McKEAN Gov. , of Pennsylvania; wrote a 

long article respecting the Declaration of 
Independence on June i6th and died the 
24th, aged 84 years, 
Hon. Thomas, late Governor of Pennsyl- 
vania, at Philadelphia, 
Rev. Joseph, D. D., LL.D., at Havana, where 
he was for his health. American of 



March 11, 1822 

Oct. 16, 1 82 1 

Dec. 20, 1808 
Feb. 25, 1832 

Feb. ir, 1818 

July 23, 1816 
April 29, 1825 

Nov. 28, 1826 

May 3, 1816 

Oct. 25, 1822 

Aug. 18, 1826 

Aug. 25, 1826 

Sept. 14, 1824 

March 27, 1819 

May 24, 1825 

Nov. 3, 1822 

Oct. 27, 1826 

Nov. 24, 181 1 
April 1, 1824 

June 24, 1817 
June 24, 1817 
April 21, i8i8 



RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN— DEATHS 395 

McKECANIE Gillis, at Gonrock, Scotland, aged 
104 years, the last of the warriors that 
fought with Prince Charles in 1745. Amer- 
ican of Oct. 10, 1815 

McKENNEY Matthew, at Orange Co. jail, N. 
Y., aged between 60 and 70 years. He 
had been in the Olster and Orange jail for 
30 years for a single debt. American of Jan. 26, 18 19 

Hannah, widow, at Georgetown, aged 93 
years, 9 months. After living to see 5 
generations she could say " Arise daughter 
and go to your daughter, for your daugh- 
ter's daughter hath a daughter." Ameri- 
can of Dec. 22, 1829 

McKENSIE Capt. James, of Wickfo