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Full text of "Vital records of Gloucester, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849"

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VITAL RECORDS 



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GLOUCESTER 

MASSACHUSETTS 

TO THE END OF THE YEAR 1 849 

Volume III. — Deaths 




PUBLISHED BY 
the ESSEX institute 

SALEM, MASS. 
1924 



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Printers 

Salem, Mass. 



EXPLANATIONS 



The following records of births, marriages and deaths in- 
clude all entries to be found in the books of record kept by 
the town clerks ; in the church records ; in the returns made to 
the Salem Quarterly Court ; in the cemetery inscriptions ; and 
in private records found in family Bibles, etc. These records 
are printed in a condensed form in which every essential par- 
ticular has been preserved. All duplication of the town clerks' 
record has been eliminated, but differences in entry and other 
explanatory matter appear in brackets. Parentheses are used 
when they occur in the original record ; also to indicate the 
maiden name of a married woman. 

When places other than Gloucester and Massachusetts are 
named in the original records, they are given in the printed 
copy. Marriages and intentions of marriage are printed under 
the names of both parties. Double dating is used in the months 
of January, February and March, prior to 1752, whenever it 
appears in the original, and also whenever from the sequence 
of entry in the original the date may be easily determined. In 
all records the original spelling of names is followed, and in 
the alphabetical arrangement the various forms should be 
examined, as items about the same family may be found under 
different spellings. 

The First Church records begin in 1703 with the pastorate 
of the Rev. John White. The original records of the Fourth 
Parish have not been found and it has been necessary to use 
the copy preserved at the City Hall. 



GLOUCESTER 



A company of fishermen, known as the Dorchester Company, 
established itself here in 1624, but the larger number of the 
colonists returned to England the following year, and the re- 
mainder removed to Naumkeag, afterwards Salem. 

The General Court on May 22, 1639, ordered "that a fish- 
ing plantation shalbee begun at Cape Anne." A committee 
was appointed to lay out the plantation and none were allowed 
to settle without their permission. The authority of the com- 
mittee was reaffirmed October 7, 1641 and another committee 
was appointed the same day to settle the bounds between Cape 
Ann and Ipswich. Their report is dated May 3, 1642 and 
mentions the meeting house at Cape Ann. 

"Gloaster" is first mentioned in the Colony records when 
a tax was levied June 14, 1642. The plantation without doubt 
was named for the cathedral city in England, from which 
several of the settlers emigrated. Bounds between Gloucester 
and Manchester were established May 15, 1672. Part of 
Gloucester was set off Feb. 27, 1840 as the town of Rockport. 

The population of Gloucester at different periods was as fol- 
lows: 1765, 3,763; 1776, 4,512; 1790, 5,317; 1800, 5,313; 
1810, 5,943; 1820, 6,384; 1830, 7,510; 1840, 6,350; 1850, 
7,786; 1915, 24,478. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



a. — age. 

A. and c. — additions and corrections recorded at the City Hall. 

al>t. — about. 

b. — bom. 

bef. — before. 

brf. — between. 

bp. — baptized. 

bur. — ^buried. 

c. R. 1. — church record, First Parish. 

c. R. 2. — church record. West Parish, at West Gloucester. 

C. R. 3. — church record, Third Parish, at Annisquam. 

c. R. 4. — church record, Fourth Parish. 

c. R. 5. — church record. Fifth Parish, at Sandy Bay. 

c. R. 6. — church record, Free and Independent Church (Uni- 

versalist). 
c. R. 7. — church record, Trinity Congregational Church. 
c. R. 8. — church record, Methodist Episcopal Church. 
c. R. 9. — church record, Evangelical Congregational Church, 
c. R. 10. — church record. Baptist Church. 
ch. — child. 
chn. — children. 
Co. — county. 

CT. R. — court records, Essex Co. Quarterly Court. 
d. — daughter ; day ; died. 
Dea. — deacon. 
Dist. — district. 
Dup. — duplicate entry. 

G. R. 1. — gravestone record, Bridge Street Cemetery. 
G. R. 2. — gravestone record, Bay View Cemetery. 
G. R. 3. — gravestone record, Seaside Cemetery, at Laneville. 
G. R. 4. — gravestone record, Ancient Cemetery, at West 

Gloucester. 
G. R. 5. — gravestone record. Oak Grove Cemetery. 
G. R. 6. — gravestone record, Sumner Street Cemetery, at West 

Gloucester. 



6 ABBREVIATIONS 

G. R. 7. — gravestone record, Wesleyan Cemetery, at Riverdale. 
G. R. 8. — gravestone record, Washington Cemetery. 
G. R. 9. — gravestone record, Mt. Adnah Cemetery, at Annis- 
quam. 

G. R. 10. — gravestone record, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, at East 
Gloucester. 

G. R. 11. — gravestone record. Cherry Hill Cemetery. 

G. R. 12. — gravestone record, Universalist Yard (private). 

G. R. 13. — gravestone record. High Street Cemetery. 

G. R. 14. — gravestone record. Folly Cove Cemetery, at Rock- 
port. 

h. — husband; hour. 

inf. — infant. 

int. — intention. 

jr. — junior. 

m. — ^male; married; month. 

p. R. 1. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Jacob S. Lord. 

p. R. 2. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Carrie At- 
kinson. 

p. R. 3. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Carrie At- 
kinson. 

p. R. 4. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 
Rowe of Rockport. 

p. R. 5. — Family record now in possessoin of Miss Annie E. 
Rowe of Rockport. 

p. R. 6. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 
Rowe of Rockport. 

p. R. 7. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Susan 
Adams. 

p. R. 8. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Jennie Carver 
of Buchanan, Mich. 

p. R. 9. — Bible record now in possession of J. Sydney Allen 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 10. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza A. 
Allen. 

p. R. 11. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza A. 
Allen. 

p. R. 12. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. David C. 
Babson of Rockport. 

p. R. 13. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. David Bres- 
son. 

p. B. 14. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Warren 
Marston. 



ABBREVIATIONS 7 

P. R. 15. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Minnie T. 

Burnham. 
p. R. — 16. — Record now in possession of Mrs. Caroline Bab- 
son of Rockport. 
p. R. 17. — Bible record now in possession of Daniel F. Still- 
man of Rockport. 
p. R. 18. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. John R. 

Thurston of Rockport. 
p. R. 19. — Family records now in possession of Mrs. Fitz E 

Riggs. 
p. R. 20. — Family register now in possession of Franklin W. 

Clark. 
p. R. 21. — Bible record now in possession of Samuel Curtis. 
p. R. 22. — Manuscripts now in possession of Mrs. Calvin W. 

Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 23. — Manuscripts now in possession of Mrs. Calvin W. 

Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 24. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Maria H. 

Bray. 
p. R. 25. — Bible record now in possession of Joseph H. An- 
drews. 
p. R. 26. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Ellen Mc- 

Lellan. 
p. R. 27. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah H. 

Hart, 
p. R. 28. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. James Y. 

Bates. 
p. R. 29. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry A. 

Tarr. 
p. R. 30. — Bible record now in possession of Freeman Harris 

Abbott. 
p. R. 31. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary K. 

York of Rockport. 
p. R. 32. — Family record now in possession of Miss Mary 

Riggs. 
p. R. 33. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. David W. 

Stanwood. 
p. R. 34. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Sarah Rowe 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 35. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary L. 

Marshall of Essex. 
P. R. 36. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Louise P. 

Low. 



8 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 37. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Daniel T. 

Babson. 
P. R. 38. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Betsey J. 

Day of Rockport. 
P. R. 39. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Louise P. 

Low. 
p. R. 40. — Family record now in possession of William T. 

Babson. 
p. R. 4L — Family record now in possession of William T. 

Babson. 
p. R. 42. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Nathaniel 

Babson of Rockport. 
p. R. 43. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 

Davis. 
p. R. 44. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. John F. 

Poole of Pigeon Cove. 
p. R. 45. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary A. 

Babcock of Rockport. 
p. R. 46. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Clarissa 

C. Smith of Rockport. 
P. R. 47. — Bible record now in possession of Nathaniel Wood- 
bury. 
p. R. 48. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Calvin 

W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 49. — Bible record now in possession of Samuel Curtis. 
p. R. 50. — P'amily record now in possession of Mrs. Alpheus 

Hyatt of Cambridge. 
p. R. 5L — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Calvin 

W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 52. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 

Bailey. 
p. R. 53. — Family record now in possession of Miss Mary B. 

S. Bailey of Lancaster. 
p. R. 54. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 55. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. B. S. 

Bailey of Lancaster, 
p. R. 56. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary L. 

Hixon of Sharon. 
p. R. 57. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lavonia 

Sargent. 
p. R. 58. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Margaret 

Webber. 



ABBREVIATIONS 9 

P. R. 59. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary E. P. 

Bartlett of Rockport. 
p. R. 60. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ida Landry. 
p. R. 61. — Bible record now in possession of Samuel Batten. 
p. R. 62. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary E. P. 

Bartlett of Rockport. 
p. R. 63. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary Bart- 
lett. 
p. R. 64. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs, Etta Mar- 

lin. 
p. R. 65. — Manuscript record now in possession of. Mrs. Cal- 
vin W, Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 66. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary D. 

Dodge of Medford. 
p. R. 67. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah J. 

Low of Rockport. 
p. R. 68. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry F. 

Wonson. 
p. R. 69. — Bible record now in possession of Robert Tarr of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 70. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Emily 

Blatchford. 
p. R. 71. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Emma 

Gearing. 
p. R. 72. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Leverett 

Lane of Rockport. 
p. R. 73. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Julia E. 

Marlin. 
p. R. 74. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 75. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Julia Dade 

Pushee of Rockport. 
p. R. 76. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Frederick T. 

Hodgkins. 
P. R. 77. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Calvin 

W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 78. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Alice Bo^ni- 

ton Walker of Brookline. 
p. R. 79 — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Maud Baker. 
p. R. 80. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary Dodge 

of Medford. 
p. R. 81. — Bible record now in possession of ^^Irs. Alice Boyn- 

ton Walker of Brookline. 



lO ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 82. — Bible record now in possession of Rev. Byron G. 

Russell of Rockport. 
p. R. ^3. — Famih' record now in possession of Charles H. 

Boynton. 
p. R. 84. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Eveline 

Bradley of Rockport. 
p. R. 85. — Bible record now in possession of Arthur F. Brag- 
don. 
p. R. 86. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lydia J. 

Dennis of Rockport. 
P. R. 87. — -Bible record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 

Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 88. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Abbie 

Davison of Rockport. 
p. R. 89. — Family record now in possession of Henry W. Bray. 
p. R. 90. — Family record now in possession of Alfred S. Brav. 
P. R. 91. — Family record now in possession of Everett Lane of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 92. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Emma F. 

Marshall. 
P. R. 93. — Bible record now in possession of Jasper R. Bray. 
p. R. 94. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lelia A., 

Bray. 
P. R. 95. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Lizzie 

Lufkin. 
P. R. 96. — Record from sampler now in possession of Mrs. 

Emily C. Saville. 
p. R. 97. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. James H. 

Brewer of Rockport. 
p. R. 98. — Bible record now in possession of Edwin Canney of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 99. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Carrie Tib- 

betts of Rockport. 
p. R. 100. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Jesse 

Savage of Rockport. 
p. R. 101. — Family record now in possession of Miss Grace 

Brooks of Rockport. 
P. R. 102. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary 

Brooks. 
p. R. 103. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 104. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 



ABBREVIATIONS 1 I 

P. E. 105. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Laura 

J. McCurdy. 
p. R. 106. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Almira 

Brown. 
p. R. 107. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Eugene 

Brown of Rockport. 
p. R. 108. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 109. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Arvilla F. 

Brown. 
p. R. 110. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary Ann 

Marston. 
p. R. 111. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Allen Goss 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 112. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Charles A. 

Hodgkins. 
p. R. 113. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ella Childs 

of Rockport. 
P. R. 114. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry F. 

Wonson. 
p. R. 115. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John W. 

Butman of Rockport. 
p. R. 116. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Leonette 

Corliss. 
p. R. 117. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Olive O. 

Fears of Rockport. 
p. R. 118. — Bible record now in possession of Fred Fears of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 119. — Family register now in possession of Thomas H. 

Burgen. 
P. R. 120. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie 

E. Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 121. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Augusta 

Brewer of Rockport. 
p. R. 122. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Fitz E. 

Riggs. 
p. R. 123. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Aria E). 

Cressey. 
p, R. 124. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elmira F. 

Winchester. 
p. R. 125. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Maria 

Gibson. 



1 2 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 126. — Bible record now in possession of Leonard Bum- 
ham. 
p. R. 127. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Sarah 

J. Gill. 
p. R. 128. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Sophro- 

nia Lowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 129. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Alice G. 

Burroughs. 
p. R. 130. — Family record now in possession of Rev. Ada C. 

Bowles. 
p. R. 131. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 132. — Family record now in possession of Alfred C. 

Pool. 
p. R. 133. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Addison 

Butler. 
p. R. 134. — Family register now in possession of Mrs, Irena 

Tucker. 
p. R. 135. — Copy of a Bible record now in possession of Mrs. 

Ella F. Sargent. 
p. R. 136. — Copy of a Bible record now in possession of Mrs. 

Ella F. Sargent. 
p. R. 137. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah E. 

Wallis of Beverly. 
P. R. 138. — Family record now in possession of Miss Fiducia 

Norwood of Rockport. 
p. R. 139. — Bible record now in possession of John Butman 

of Rockport. 
P. R. 140. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Pamelia B, 

Blackstone. 
p. R. 141. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 142. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Frank 

Dodd of Rockport. 
p. R. 143. — Bible record now in possession of Nathaniel Pool 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 144. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elmer 

Hodgkins. 
p. R. 145. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John Calef. 
p. R. 146. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John C. 

Calef. 
p. R. 147. — -Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Will 

Knowlton of Rockport. 



ABBREVIATIONS 1 3 

P. R. 148. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. J. H. Reed. 

p. R. 149. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Carrie A. 
Davis. 

p. R. 150. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Lucy E. 
Caswell. 

p. R. 151. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Hannah V. 
Merchant. 

p. R. 152. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry 
Center. 

p. R. 153. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Katharine 
Pearce. 

p. R. 154. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. William 
H. Poland. 

p. R. 155. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Lizzie 
Chard. 

p. R. 156. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Lizzie 
Chard. 

p. R. 157. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Lizzie 
Chard. 

p. R. 158. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John W. 
Butman of Rockport. 

p. R. 159. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 160. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Nellie H. 
Wetherell of Rockport. 

p. R. 161. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 162. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 163. — Family record now in possession of Miss Lena B. 
Pool of Lynn. 

p. R. 164. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 165. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 166. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 167. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Peter 
Grant. 

p. R. 168. — Family records now in possession of Miss Annie 
E. Rowe of Rockport. 

P. R. 169. — Family record now in possession of Orville Clark 
of Rockport. 



14 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 170. — Family record now in possession of Samuel L. 
Clark. 

P. R. 171. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. L. G. 
Steele. 

p. R. 172. — Faniily tree now in possession of Frank Clark of 
Rockport. 

p. R. 173. — Bible record now in possession of Charles E. Tarr. 

p. R. 174. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Lillian 
Bickford Knapp of Maiden. 

P. R. 175. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 176. — Bible record now in possession of James H. Clark 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 177. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Thomas W. 
Nelson of Rockport. 

p. R. 178. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Edward 
Knights. 

p. R. 179. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 180. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 181. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Andrew F. 
Clark. 

p. R. 182. — Family record now in possession of Miss Susanna 
Haskell of Arlington. 

p. R. 183. — Record from sampler now in possession of Mrs. 
Howard Steele. 

p. R. 184. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Denmark 
P. Clark. 

p. R. 185. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Ambrose 
Jones. 

p. R. 186. — Family record now in possession of Otis E. Smith 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 187. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Mary 
A. Dexter. 

p. R. 188. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 189. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Edward 
Grimes of Rockport. 

p. R. 190. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 191. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Benjamin 
K. Stacy. 



ABBREVIATIONS 1 5 

/'. ff. 192. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Martha 
Bradley of Rockport. 

p. R. 193. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary F. 
Byers. 

/'. R. 194. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John Den- 
nis of Rockport. 

p. R. 195. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Nellie M. 
Parsons. 

p. R. 196. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 
B. Coffin. 

p. R. 197. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Henry 
Smith. 

p. n. 198. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. George 
Davis. 

p. R. 199. — Family record now in possession of Otis E. Smith 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 200. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 
Davis. 

p. R. 201. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Mary E. 
Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 202. — Bible record now in possession of Daniel D. Par- 
sons of Rockport. 

p. R. 203. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Alpheus 
Goodwin of Rockport. 

p. R. 204. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary A. 
Center. 

p. R. 205. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. William 
McDonald of Rockport. 

/'. R. 206. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 207. — Family record now in possession of Miss Clara 
Gardner. 

p. R. 208. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mira Park- 
hurst. 

p. R. 209. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W, Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 210. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John D. 
Cunningham. 

p. R. 211. — Bible record now in possession of John D. Cun- 
ningham. 

/'. R. 212. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Wil- 
liam T. Cunningham. 



l6 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. B. 213. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Kath- 
arine Pearce. 

p. R. 214. — Family records now in possession of Miss Annie 
E. Rowe of Rockport. 

p. R. 215. — Bible record now in possession of Sidney Currier. 

p. R. 216. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. El- 
bridge VVitham of Rockport. 

p. R. 217. — Bible record now in possession of William E. 
Currier. 

p. R. 218. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Ella Day. 

p. R. 219. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Julia 
Dade Pushee of Rockport. 

p. R. 220. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Catilina 
Davis. 

p. R. 221. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Fred C. 
Langdon. 

p. R. 222. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Warren 
Harvey. 

p. R. 223. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 
Davis. 

p. R. 224. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 225. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Catalina 
Davis. 

p. R. 226. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 227. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Abby 
Davis of Rockport. 

p. R. 228. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Annie 
Sylvester. 

p, R. 229. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Hannah 
Morris. 

p. R. 230. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Emily 
Daggett of Rockport. 

p. R. 231. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 232. — Bible record now in possession of Fred E. Pool. 

p. R. 233. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ernest H. 

Wonson. 
p. R. 234. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Lizzie 

Davis of Rockport. 
p. R. 235. — Family record now in possession of Frank E. 
Davis. 



ABBREVIATIONS IJ 

P. R. 236. — Family record now in possession of Miss Laura 

Davis. 
p. B. 237. — Family record now in possession of Oliver Davis. 
p. B. 238. — Family record now in possession of Jason Giles 

of Hyde Park. 
p. R. 239. — Bible record now in possession of William G. 

Davis of Rockport. 
p. R. 240. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 

Davis. 
p. R. 241. — Family record now in possession of Miss Catalina 

Davis. 
p. R. 242. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Effie A. 

Davis of Rockport. 
p. R. 243. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Isaac 

Smith. 
p. R. 244. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Bertha A. 

Davis, 
p. R. 245. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Clara 

Overbeck. 
p. R. 246. — Family record now in possession of Frank E. 

Davis, 
p. R. 247. — Family record now in possession of William H. 

Davis, 
p. R. 248. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 

Davis. 
p. R. 249. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Marietta 

Davis, 
p. R. 250. — Bible record now in possession of Albert Davis, 
p. R. 251. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John K, 

Dustin. 
p. R. 252. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Helen 

Mansfield. 
p. R. 253. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Julia W. 

Smith. 
p. R. 254. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Judith 

Davis, of Rockport. 
p. R. 255. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 

Davis, 
p. R. 256. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lucy Q. 

Davis. 
p. R. 257. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 



1 8 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 258. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Percy S. 

Rogers. 
p. R. 259. — Bible record noAV in possession of Mrs. Elmer D. 

Hodgkins. 
p. R. 260. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lucy Q. 

Davis. 
p. R. 261. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Miss 

Helen Mansiield. 
p. R. 262. — Family register now in possession of Albert Lane. 
p. R. 263. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of INIrs. 

Elizabeth Norwood. 
p. R. 264. — Family record now in possession of Miss Ella F. 

Day. 
p. R. 265. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Lizzie 

Tibbetts. 
p. R. 266. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Ella Day. 
p. R. 267. — Family register now in possession of Frederick 

Norwood. 
P. R. 268. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Theresa 

Mansfield of Wakefield. 
p. R. 269. — Family register now in possession of Miss Mary 

J. Tucker. 
P. R. 270. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Bessie 

Nickerson of Rockport. 
p. R. 271. — Bible record now in possession of Frank K. Has- 

kins of Rockport. 
p. R. 272. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Miss 

Carrie Atkinson. 
p. R. 273. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

Norwood. 
p. R. 21 A. — Bible record now in possession of Isaac Osborne 

Day. 
p. R. 275. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Burrill 

Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 276. — Bible record now in possession of George McLane 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 277. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Edward L. 

Day. 
P. R. 278. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs, George 

Haraden. 
p. R. 279. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. James 

Steele. 



ABBREVIATIONS 1 9 

P. R. 280.— Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Frances A. 
Watson. 

p. R. 281. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mar}' Eliza 
Cook. 

p. R. 282. — Family tree now in possession of Charles A. Has- 
kell of Rockport. 

p. R. 283. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. James 

B. Rowc of Rockport. 

p. R. 284. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Levi Den- 
nen. 

P. R. 285. — Family register now in possession of Walter E, 
Goodhue. 

p. R. 286. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Harvey. 

p. R. 287. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John Den- 
nis of Rockport. 

p. R. 288. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Carrie 
Dagle. 

p. R. 289. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Jane 

C. Witham of Rockport. 

p. R. 290. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. George 
B. Shepard of Rockport. 

p. R. 291. — Record from sampler now in possession of Mrs. 
Bessie A. Harvey. 

p. R. 292. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Mar- 
garet C. Kent of Rockport. 

p. R. 293. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George W. 
Harvey. 

p. R. 294. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 295. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Miss 
Carrie L. Dennison. 

p. R. 296. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. David 
Dennison. 

p. R. 297. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Miss 
Carrie L. Dennison. 

p. R. 298. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Amanda 
Flagg. 

p. R. 299. — Bible record now in possession of Frank K. Has- 
kins of Rockport. 

p. R. 300. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 
Dorman of Rockport. 

p. R. 301. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 



20 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 302. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 303. — Bible record now in possession of Thomas Doug- 
lass. 

p. R. 304. — Bible record now in possession of George Doug- 
lass. 

p. R. 305. — Bible record now in possession of Thomas Doug- 
lass. 

p. R. 306. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Arthur 
Her rick. 

p. R. 307. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 
Dorman. 

p. R. 308. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Susan E. 
Bearse. 

p. R. 309. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary A. 
Center. 

p. R. 310. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. John H. 
Driver of Rockport. 

p. R. 311. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Eugene 
Brown of Rockport. 

p. R. 312. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Belle Ride- 
out. 

p. R. 313. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Belle Ride- 
out. 

p. R. 314. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Benjamin 
Knowlton of Rockport. 

p. R. 315. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Mrs. 
Ida A. Friend. 

p. R. 316. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. John 
Ellery. 

p. R. 317. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George A. 
Sanborn. 

p. R. 318. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. John 
Edmunds of Rockport. 

p. R. 319. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Alpheus 
Goodwin of Rockport. 

p. R. 320. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Nellie H. 
Wetherell of Rockport. 

p. R. 321. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Melvin 
Parsons. 

p. R. 322. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Margaret 
Dolliver. 



ABBREVIATIONS 2 I 

F. R. 323. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Hilton. 
p. R. 324. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John Cun- 
ningham. 
p. R. 325. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Emma 

Jane Elwell of Rockport. 
p. R. 326. — Bible record now in possession of John F. Elwell 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 327. — Family record now in possession of David A. 

Rowe of New York. 
p. R. 328. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Adeline 

Griffin. 
p. R. 329. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Theresa 

Mansfield of Wakefield. 
p. R. 330. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah 

Eliza Emerton. 
p. R. 331. — Bible record now in possession of Everett Lane of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 332. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Mary E. 

Fosberry. 
p. R. Z32>. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Marion 

Fait. 
p. R. 334. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Lelia D. 

Griffin. 
p. R. 335. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 336. — Bible record now in possession of John J. Poole 

of Rockport. 
P. R. 337. — Bible record now in possession of Nathaniel Fears 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 338. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Amos Luf- 

kin of Rockport. 
P. R. 339. — Family record now in possession of Charles A. 

Haskell of Rockport. 
p. R. 340. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

Thurston of Somerville. 
p. R. 341. — Bible record now in possession of William A. 

Hodgkins. 
P. R. 342. — Bible record now in possession of Benjamin A. 

Foster. 
P. R. 343. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary A. 

Foster. 



2 2 ABBREVI AXIOMS 

P. R. 344. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Bessie F. 

Nickerson of Rockport. 
P. R. 345. — Family record now in possession of Josiah Has- 
kell of Beverly. 
p. R. 346. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Scott 

Stevens of Rockport. 
p. R. 347. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Mary 

Saville of Rockport. 
p. R. 348. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Frances 

A. Watson. 
p. R. 349. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Percy S. 

Rogers. 
p. R. 350. — Family record now in possession of ISIrs. Arthur 

E. Rowe. 
p. R. 351. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Arthur E. 

Call. 
p. R. 352. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Samuel E. 

Bray. 
p. R. 353. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Percy S. 

Rogers. 
p. R. 354. — Bible record now in possession of William B. Luf- 

kin. 
p. R. 355. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George B. 

Morgan. 
p. R. 356. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Danie! 

Gaffney. 
p. R. 357. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Martha 

Gamage of Rockport. 
p. R. 358. — Bible record now in possession of Stephen Gamage 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 359. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John G. 

Gamage of Rockport. 
p. R. 360. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ada F. 

Lowe. 
p. R. 361. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John S. 

Knights of Rockport. 
p. R. 362. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Zeno A. 

Appleton of Rockport. 
p. R. 363. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Adeline 

Griffin. 
p. R. 364. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 



ABBREVIATIONS 23 

;•. R. 365. — Family record now in possession of Dr. Albert 

Stone Garland. 
p. R. 366. — Familv record now in possession of Mrs. Frank 

Morris. 
p ji 2)61. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 

Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 368. — Family record now in possession of Miss Ida N. 

Gee of Rockport. 
p. R. 369. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elmer 

Hodgkins. 
p. R. 370. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elmer 

Hodgkins. 
p. R. 371. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George O. 

Stacy. 
p. R. 372. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Benja- 
min K. Stacy. 
/'. R. 373. — Bible record now in possession of Daniel O. Mar- 
shall. 
p. R. 374. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary G. 

Bunton of Hyde Park. 
p. R. 375. — Family record now in possession of B. Herbert 

Giles of Boston. 
p. R. 376. — Family record now in possession of B. Herbert 

Giles of Boston. 
p. R. 377. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Hannah 

Nickerson of Rockport. 
p. R. 378. — Bible record now in possession of Charles A. Marr. 
p. R. 379. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Eunice 

Richardson of Vineland, N. J- 
p. R. 380. — Family record now in pos.session of Mrs. Martha 

Bailey of Rockport. 
p. R. 381. — Bible record now in possession of Abraham Lurvey 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 382. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah 

Hodgkins of Rockport. 
p. R. 383. — Bible record now in possession of Howard Gold- 
smith. 
p. R. 384. — Family record now in possession of Charles B, 

Manning of Boston. 
p. R. 385. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Frank 

Fredericks, 
p. p. 386. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 

Rowe of Rockport. 



24 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 387. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

P. R. 388. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 389. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Asa Tarr 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 390. — Family register now in possession of Chester P. 
Dodge of Rockport. 

p. R. 391. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Augustus 
M. Tupper of Rockport. 

p. R. 392. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 
Franklin Newman. 

p. R. 393. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 394. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. J. Sanborn 
Gott of Rockport. 

P. R. 395. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary G. 
Bunton of Hyde Park. 

p. R. 396. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Lewis E. 
Wheeler of Rockport. 

P. R. 397. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Betsey G. 
Gott of Rockport. 

p. R. 398. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Edith Har- 
aden. 

P. R. 399. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Eliza Cald- 
well of Rockport. 

p. B. 400. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 401. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Charlotte 
Lane. 

p. R. 402. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Asa Tarr 
of Rockport. 

P. R. 403. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Miriam 
Dann of Rockport. 

P. R. 404. — Family record now in posession of B. Herbert 
Giles of Boston. 

P. R. 405. — Family record now in possession of Miss Charlotte 
Lane. 

P. R. 406. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Idella 
Griffin. 

p. R. 407. — Family register now in possession of Albert James 
Griffin, 



ABBREVIATIONS 25 

r. R. 408. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Grace E. 

Dennis. 
p. It. 409. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 410. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 

Harvey. 
p. R. 411. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Idella 

Griffin. 
p. R. 412. — Family register now in possession of Miss Sarah 

M. Griffin. 
p. R. 413. — Family record now in possession of Elias Griffin. 
p. R. 414. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Martha A. 

Stan wood. 
p. R. 415. — Bible record now in possession of F. Noble Grif- 
fin of Rockport. 
p. R. 416. — Bible record now in possession of Miss I.ucy Rowe 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 417. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah E. 

Fears of Rockport. 
P. R. 418. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 

D. Brown. 
p. R. 419. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Clarissa 

Grover of Rockport. 
p. R. 420. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Clarissa 

Grover of Rockport. 
p. R. 421. — Bible record now in possession of George W. 

Grover of Rockport. 
P. R. 422. — Family record now in possession of Miss Lena B. 

Pool of Lynn. 
P. R. 423. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza- 
beth J. Rowe of Rockport. 
P. R. 424. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Fritz E. 

Riggs. 
P. R. 425. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Edith 

L. Davis. 
p. R. 426. — Family tree now in possession of Frank Griffin. 
p. R. 427. — Family record now in possession of George D. 

Hale of Chicago, 111. 
P. R. 428. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
P. R. 429. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. William 
Knutsford of Rockport. 



26 ABBREVIATIONS 

i\ R. 430. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ada H. 

Whitney of Rockport. 
p jj^ 431 —Copy of family tree now in possession of Mrs. 

Lucy Knutsford of Rockport. 
P jf_ 432. — Bible record now in possession of Albert W. Hale 

of Rockport. 
P „. 433. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. C 

W. Hale. 
p. It. 434. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Cora A. 

Robbins of Rockport. 
p. n. 435. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George W. 

Tarr of Rockport. 
p. n. 436. — Bible record now in possession of Charles Lewis 

Rowe. 
p. R. 437. — Bible record now in possession of Joseph Hiller 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 438. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Edith 

Haraden. 
p. R. 439. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. George 

Haraden. 
p. R. 440. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Hannah 

M. Saunders. 
/'. /?. 441. — Family record now in possession of Miss Edith 

Haraden. 
p. R. 442. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah 

G. Duley. 
p. R. 443. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. John 

Alvey Mills. 
p. R. 444. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah 

Elizabeth Harraden. 
p. R. 445. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. James ' 

Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 446. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Lucy 

Thurston. 
/'. R. 447. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 448. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Augusta 

Pickering of Rockport. 
p. R. 449. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 450. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Joseph F. 

Norwood. 
p. R. 451. — Bible record now in possession of Edward L. Day. 



ABBREVIATIONS 2 7 

p J. 452. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Mary 

Eliza Cook. 
/'. n. 453. — Family record now in possession of Rev. Ada C. 

Bowles. 
/'. R. 454. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary J. 

Lyle. 
/'. J?. 455. — Family record now in possession of Miss Addie 

Haskell. 
p. R. 456. — Family record now in possession of William M. 

Haskell. 
p. R. 457. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza 

Cook. 
p. R. 458. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Thankful 

Jane Haskell. 
p. R. 459. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Edward 

Grimes of Rockport. 
/'. R. 460. — Bible record now in possession of IMrs. John Calef. 
p. R. 461. — Bible record now in possession of Charles A. Has- 
kell of Rockport. 
p. R. 462. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Thankful 

Jane Haskell. 
p. R. 463. — Family record now in possession of William H. 

Haskell. 
p. R. 464. — Bible record now in possession of Edwin J. Has- 
kell of Westbrook, Me. 
p. R. 465. — Family record now in possession of Miss Mabel S. 

Herrick. 
/'. R. 466. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry C. 

L. Ha.skell. 
p. R. 467. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John 

Thurston. 
p. R. 468. — Bible record now in possession of Kenneth A. 

Haskell of Boston. 
p. R. 469. — Sampler now in possession of Miss Ida Proctor. 
p. R. 470. — Bible record now in possession of B. Herbert Giles 

of Boston, 
p. R. 471. — Family record now in possession of Miss Jennie S. 

Rowe of Chelsea. 
p. R. 472. — Family record now in possession of Llewellvn Has- 
kell. 
P. R. 473. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Gorham 

Davis. 



28 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 474. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Eliza Cald- 
well of Rockport. 
p. R. 475. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Judson 

Rowe of Westfield. 
p. R. 476. — Bible record now in possession of Charles H. 

Gamage. 
p. R. All. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John A. 

Stoddart. 
p. R. 478. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Huston 

Oakes of Rockport. 
p. R. 479. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Alvin 

Smith of Portland, Me. 
p. R. 480. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Martha W. 

Choate of Rockport. 
p. R. 481. — Bible record now in possession of Frank K. Has- 

kins of Rockport. 
p. R. 482. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Rhoda 

Tarr. 
p. R. 483. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza 

York of Rockport. 
p. R. 484. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John P. 

Hodgkins. 
p. R. 485. — Family record now in possession of Miss Mabel 

S. Herrick. 
p. R. 486. — Bible record now in possession of William F. 

Ireland. 
p. R. 487. — Family register now in possession of William H. 

Marston. 
P. R. 488. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Maria 

H. Bray. 
p. R. 489. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

Hilton. 
P. R. 490. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Deborah 

Nason of Rockport. 
p. R. 491. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

A. Olson. 
P. B. 492. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Albert 

Cole. 
p. R. 493. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Isaac N. 

Story of Rockport. 
p. R. 494. — Bible record now in possession of John P. Hodg- 
kins, 



ABBREVIATIONS 29 

P. R. 495. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elmer D. 

Hodgkins. 
p. R. 496. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 

Robbins. 
p. R. 497. — Bible record now in possession of Frank Knowl- 

ton of Rockport. 
p. R. 498. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Caroline 

Glover. 
p. R. 499. — Bible record now in possession of William Hodg- 
kins. 
p. R. 500. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 

Poland of Rockport. 
p. R. 501. — Family record now in possession of John Blatch- 

ford Hodgkins. 
p. R. 502. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

A. Olson. 
p. 22.503. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ella F. 

Sargent. 
p. R. 504. — Bible record now in possession of Henry Kidder. 
p. R. 505. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Abbie E. 

Davison of Rockport. 
p. R. 506. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Betsey 

Sigsworth. 
p. R. 507. — Bible record now in possession of William G. 

Davis of Rockport. 
P. R. 508. — Bible record now in possession of William G. 

Davis of Rockport. 
p. R. 509. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 510. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Susan P. 

Hooper of Rockport. 
p. R. 511. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie 

L. Nickerson of Rockport. 
p. R. 512. — Family record now in possession of Miss Nancy 

Hoyt of Manchester. 
p. R. 513. — Bible record now in possession of Bradbury H. 

Huff. 
p. R. 514. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Miss 

Annie E. Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 515. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 516. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Charles 

Moulton. 



30 ABBREVIATIONS 

r. R. 517. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Fanny 

P. Ingersoll. 
p. R. 518. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Edith L. 

Davis. 
p. R. 519. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Lizzie 

Tibbetts. 
p. R. 520. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Ellen 

Burt of Attleboro. 
p. R. 521. — Bible record now in possession of Joseph Rowe 

of Belchertown. 
p. R. 522. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 523. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah G. 

Duley. 
p. R. 524. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lizzie J. 

Fisher of East Milton. 
p. R. 525. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 

Davis. 
p. R. 526. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Emeline 

Stapleton. 
p. R. 527. — Bible record now in possession of Howard Pool 

of Rockport. 
/'. R. 528. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Ellen 

Thompson of Somerville. 
p. R. 529. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lizzie M, 

Harding. 
p. R. 530. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Martha 

J. Lowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 531. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Pamelia 

B. Blackstone. 
p. R. 532. — Bible record now in possession of Howard Allen 

Curtis. 
p. R. 533. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Joseph 

Kimball. 
p. R. 534. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry 

Smith of Rockport. 
p. R. 535. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Sophia 

Fears of Rockport. 
p. R. 536. — Bible record now in possession of Charles L. Dun- 
lap of Rockport. 
p. R. 537. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Edward 

Knights. 



ABBREVIATIONS 3 1 

P. R. 538. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Samuel 

Fears of Rockport. 
p. R. 539. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Ella Jones 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 540. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Daniel A. 

Knowlton of Rockport. 
P. R. 541. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ada A. 

Whitney of Rockport. 
p. R. 542. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 543. — Bible record now in possession of James Arthur 

Knowlton. 
p. R. 544. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Alonzo 

Whitney of Rockport. 
p. R. 545. — Bible record now in possession of Jason Giles of 

Hyde Park. 
p. R. 546. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary L. 

Marshall of Rockport. 
P. B. 547. — Bible record now in possession of Howard M. 

Parsons. 
p. R. 548. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry 

Tarr of Rockport. 
P. R. 549. — Bible record now in possession of Cyrus L. Sar- 
gent 
P. R. 550. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ada H. 

Whitney of Rockport. 
p. R. 551. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ella B. 

Knowlton of Rockport. 
p. R. 552. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Frances A. 

Watson. 
p. R. 553. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Lucy 

Knutsford of Rockport. 
p. R. 554. — Family record now in possession of John J. Pew. 
P. R. 555. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 

Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 556. — Family record now in possession of Horace Lane 

of Chicago, 111. 
P. R. 557. — Family record now in possession of Franklin S. 

Lane. 
p. R. 558. — Family record now in possession of David Lane 

of Chicago, 111. 
P. R. 559. — Bible record now in possession of Charles Frank- 
lin Newman. 



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ABBREVIATIONS 



P ^, 560. — Bible record now in possession of Everett Lane 

of Rockport. 
p jj 561. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Mary E. 

Lane. 
p ^_ 562. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Bertha A. 

Lane. 
p. R. 563. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry H. 

Thurston of Rockport. 
p 22_ 564. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

A. Olson. 
p. R. 565. — Family record now in possession of Franklin S. 

Lane, 
p. R. 566. — Family record now in possession of Miss Bertha 

Lane. 
P ^. 567. — Bible record now in possession of Everett Lane of 

Rockport. 

p. R. 568. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Hannah 
M. Saunders. 

p. R. 569. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Jesse Sav- 
age of Rockport. 

P_ ^, 570. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary Ann 

Marston. 
p. R. 571. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Frank 

Smith. 
p. R. 572. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Edith H. 

Lane. 
p. R. 573. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sophronia 

E. Lane. 

p ji^ 574. — Family record now in possession of Miss Char- 
lotte A. Lane. 

p. R. 575. — Bible record now in possession of Fitz H. Lane. 

p. R. 576. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary A. 
Lane. 

p. R. 577. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Martha 
A. Tillinghast. 

p. R. 578. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Lizzie 
Chard. 

p. R. 579. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Fred- 
erick T. Lane of Rockport. 

p. R. 580. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Andrew 
Tucker. 

p. R. 581. — Bible record now in possession of Everett Lane 
of Rockport. 

P. R. 582. — Bible record now in possession of George Lane. 



ABBREVIATIONS 33 

P. B. 583. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Mary 

E. Towle. 
p. R. 584. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Thomas 

Lane. 
p. R. 585. — Family record now in possession of Miss Harriet 

Lane. 
p. R. 586. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ada J. 

Gallagher. 
p. R. 587. — Family record now in possession of Miss Anna 

E. Walen. 
p. R. 588. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza 

Rowe of Springfield. 
p. R. 589. — Family record now in possession of Miss Bertha 

A. Lane. 
p. R. 590. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Ellen 

Stuart. 
p. R. 591. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Mrs. 

George H. Towle. 
p. R. 592. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Lucy 

Taylor. 
p. R. 593. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Catharine 

Amelia Giles of Rockport. 
p. R. 594. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. W. Blatch- 

ford. 
p. R. 595. — Bible record now in possession of Joseph A. 

Moore. 
p. R. 596. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 

Walen. 
p. R. 597. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ellen Stu- 
art. 
p. R. 598. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Belle 

Rideout. 
p. R. 599. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Fred C. 

Langsford. 
p. R. 600. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Georgianna 

Munsey Poland. 
p. R. 601. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Benja- 
min Knowlton of Rockport. 
p. R. 602. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Cassander 

Davis. 
p. R. 603. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lucretia 

A. Marshall. 



34 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 604. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. William 
Wadsworth of Rockport. 

p. R. 605. — Bible record now in possession of William B. 
Lufkin. 

P. R. 606. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Fred 
White. 

p. R. 607. — Bible record now in possession of William L. 
Hodgkins. 

p. R. 608. — Bible record now in possession of William Low of 
Rockport. 

p. R. 609. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 610. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Susan 
Babson. 

p. R. 611. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Susan Bab- 
son. 

p, R. 612. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Susie A. 
Lowe. 

p. R. 613. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 614. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Betsey G. 
Gott of Rockport. 

p. R. 615. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George H. 
Towle. 

p. R. 616. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Betsey G. 
Gott of Rockport. 

p. R. 617. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Hattie L. 
Saunders. 

p. R. 618. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Albert 
P. Haskell. 

p. R. 619. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Eben 
H. Lufkin. 

p. R. 620. — Family record now in possession of James T. Luf- 
kin. 

p, R. 621. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary J. 
Lyle. 

p. R. 622. — Family record now in possession of Samuel N. 
Lurvey of Rockport. 

p. R. 623. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Abbie C. 
Tibbetts of Rockport. 

p. R. 624. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 
Davis. 



ABBREVIATIONS 35 

P. K. 625. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mertie E. 

Rust. 
p. n. 626. — Family record in possession of the late Wellington 

Pool of Wenham. 
p. R. 627. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Henry 

Lufkin. 
p. R. 628. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Allan 

Lufkin of Rockport. 
p. R. 629. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Frank T. 

Webber. 
p. R. 630. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. George 

O. Tuck. 
p. R. 631. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs, Eva Den- 

nison Ehler. 
p. R. 632. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah G. 

Duley. 
p. R. 633. — Family record now in possession of Charles Mc- 
intosh. 
p. R. 634. — Bible record now in possession of William E. 

Saunders of Rockport. 
p. R. 635. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Harriet 

E. Lewis. 
p. R. 636. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Emma 

S. Lowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 637. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Helen 

Mansfield. 
P. R. 638. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. John 

Estabrook. 
P. R. 639. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Helen 

Mansfield. 
p. R. 640. — Family register now in possession of Miss Mari- 
etta Wonson. 
p. R. 641. — Family record now in possession of Frank E. 

Davis. 
p. R. 642. — Bible record now in possession of William H. 

Marchant. 
p. R. 643. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Clara 

Corliss. 
p. R. 644. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs, Lydia E. 

Merchant. 
p. R. 645. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Henry 

E. Merchant. 



36 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 646. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Bessie A. 

Harvey. 
p. R. 647. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 

Frost of Rockport. 
p. R. 648. — Family register now in possession of Miss Anna 

E. Walen. 
p. R. 649. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Laura 

Mclntire. 
p. R. 650. — Bible record now in possession of William H. 

Parsons. 
p. R. 651. — Bible record now in the possession of Mrs. Abby 

R. Bradstreet. 
p. R. 652. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Annie E, 

Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 653. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. George 

A. Lowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 654. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 655. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Lelia 

M. Merchant. 
p. R. 656. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Ethel 

Maud Martin. 
P. R. 657. — Family record now in possession of Miss Catalina 

Davis. 
p. R. 658. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Edward 

Millett of Rockport. 
p. R. 659. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lydia 

Legallee. 
p. R. 660. — Bible record now in possession of Joseph A. 

Moore. 
p. R. 661. — Bible record now in possession of Joseph A. 

Moore. 
p. R. 662. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Martha 

Ann Morey. 
p. R. 663. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Martha 

O. Sherburne. 
p. R. 664. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Emma 

Carter of Rockport. 
p. R. 665. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Samuel 

Lurvey. 
p. R. 666. — Family register now in possession of George Morse 

of Rockport 
P. R. 667. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Warren 

Poland. 



ABBREVIATIONS 37 

P. R. 668. — Bible record now in possession of F. Noble Grif- 
fin of Rockport. 

p. R. 669. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Peter 
Nichols. 

p. R. 670. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Am- 
brose Jones. 

p. R. 671. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 
Frankline Newanan. 

p. R. 672. — Bible record now in possession of ]SIrs. Zenas S. 
Nickerson of Rockport. 

F. R. 673. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Helen 
Winter Downes. 

p. R. 674. — Bible record now in possession of F. Noble Griffin 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 675. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 676. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 677. — Family record, now in possession of Miss Susanna 
Norv/ood Haskell of Arlington Heights. 

p. R. 678. — Family record now in possession of Miss Susanna 
Norwood Haskell of Arlington Heights. 

p. B. 679. — Family record now in possession of David A. 
Rowe of New York. 

p. R. 680. — Family record now in possession of Miss Susanna 
Norwood Haskell of Arlington Heights. 

p. R. 681. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 
Rowe of Rockport. 

p. R. 682. — Family record now in possession of Otis E. Smith 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 683. — Bible record now in possession of Frederick Nor- 
w^ood. 

p. R. 684. — Family record now in possession of Miss Susanna 
Norwood Haskell of Rockport. 

p. R. 685. — Family register now in possession of Albert Nor- 
wood of Rockport. 

p. R. 686. — Bible record now in possession of Frederick Nor- 
wood. 

p. R. 687. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. George 
H. Bryant. 

P. R. 688. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Amelia 
Rowe of Westfield. 



38 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 689. — Bible record now in possession of Joseph F. Nor- 
wood. 

F. R. 690. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Eunice 
M. White. 

p. R. 691. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Mar- 
garet Coas. 

p. R. 692. — Bible record now in possession of Sebastian S. 
Davis. 

p. R. 693. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 694. — Family record now in possession of Hon. Francis 
Norwood of Beverly. 

p. R. 695. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Williain 
H. Smith of Rockport. 

p. R. 696. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Fitz E. 
Riggs. 

p. R. 697. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza 
Rowe of Springfield. 

p. R. 698. — Family record now in possession of Mrs, Fitz E. 

/'. R. 699. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Julia A. 

Cook. 
p. R. 700. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Mary 

Oakes of Rockport. 
p. R. 701... Family record now in possession of Mrs. John 

J. Stanwood. 
p. R. 702. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary F. 

Tucker. 
p. R. 703. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 704. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Harvey 

C. Smith. 
p. R. 705. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 

Wonson. 
p. R. 706. — Family record now in possession of Miss Ada 

Bertha Parkhurst. 
P. ji_ 707. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Marion 

Stevens of Rockport. 
P ji 708. — Bible record now in possession of Loring Gray of 

Rockport. 
p ji_ 709. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. William 

T. Hudson. 



ABBREVIATIONS 39 

F. R. 710. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

/'. R. 711. — Bible record now in possession of Aaron Parsons. 

p. R. 712. — P'amily record now in possession of Mrs. John Al- 
vey Mills. 

p. R. 713. — Family record now in possession of Otis E. Smith 
of Rockport. 

/'. R. 714. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Howard F. 
Smith. 

p. R. 715. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Howard 
F. Smith. 

p. R. 716. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Jane A. 
Nelson. 

p. R. 717. — Bible record now in possession of Howard M. 
Parsons. 

p. R. 718. — Bible record now in possession of Daniel D. Par- 
sons of Rockport. 

/'. R. 719. — Bible record now in possession of Edwin O. Par- 
sons. 

p. R. 720. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Lucy 
Knutsford of Rockport. 

p. R. 721. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lillian 
Scidmore of Rockport. 

p. R. 722. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 723. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 724. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Newman 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 725. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Harriet 
Parsons. 

p. R. 726. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. William 
T. Hudson. 

/'. R. 727. — Family record now in possession of Miss Eliza- 
beth Parsons of Rockport. 

p. R. 728. — Family record in possession of the late Welling- 
ton Pool of Wenham. 

p. R. 729. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 
W. Parsons. 

p. R. 730. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Mary A. 
Dexter. 

p. R. 731. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ellen A. 
Tarr of Rockport. 



40 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 732. — Bible record now in possession of Oren Parsons. 

p. R. 733. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Martha 
G. Perriway. 

p. R. 734. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Annette 
P. Stanley. 

p. R. 735. — Bible record now in possession of Aaron Parsons. 

p. R. 736. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Melvin 
Parsons. 

p. R. 737. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 738. — Family record now in possession of Miss Edith 
Wonson. 

p. R. 739. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Ada S. 
Tarr. 

p. R. 740. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Emma L. 
Reed. 

p. R. 741. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 
Harvey. 

p. R. 742. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Betsey J. 
Day of Rockport. 

p. R. 743. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Jane C. 
Witham of Rockport. 

p. R. 744. — Family register now in possession of George Po- 
land of Rockport. 

p. R. 745. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elmer 
Smith. 

p. R. 746. — Bible record now in possession of Charles C. 
Brown. 

p. R. 747. — Family record now in possession of Sidney Par- 
sons. 

p. R. 748. — Sampler now in possession of Mrs. Harriet Par- 
sons. 

p. R. 749. — Bible record now in possession of George H. Tarr. 

p. R. 750. — Bible record now in possession of Alexander Pat- 
tillo. 

p. R. 751. — Family record now in possession of William H. 
Patch of Rockport. 

p. R. 752. — Family record now in possession of Miss Helen 
Lane. 

p. R. 753. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Benja- 
min K. Stacy. 

p. B. 754. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lydia A. 
Full of Rockport. 



ABBREVIATIONS 4 I 

P. R. 755. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 
Mills of Rockport. 

p. R. 756. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Betsey 
Sigsworth. 

P. R. 757. — Family record now in possession of J. Edward 
Pettingill of Rockport. 

p. R. 758. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Annie Da- 
vis of Rockport. 

p. R. 759. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Jennie 
Pickering of Rockport. 

p. R. 760. — Family register now in ossession of Mrs. Jennie 
Pickering of Rockport. 

p. R. 761. — Family record noAV in possession of Mrs. William 

F. Hilton. 

P. R. 762. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah 

G. Dupev. 

p. R. 763. — Bible record now in possession of Howard M. 
Parsons. 

p. R. 764. — Bible record now in possession of Howard Poole 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 765. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 766. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 767. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 768. — Family record in possession of the late Welling- 
ton Pool of Wenham. 

p. R. 769. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Delia Smith 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 770. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Theresa 
Mansfield of Wakefield. 

P. R. 771. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Arietta 
Eustis of Rockport. 

p. R. 772. — Family record now in possession of William Pool 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 773. — Bible record now in possession of M!rs. Ella 
Thompson. 

p. R 774. — Family register now in possession of Joshua How- 
ard Poole of Rockport. 

P. R. 775. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Clifford 
Smith of Rockport. 



42 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 116. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Mabel 
Batchelder of Rockport. 

P. R. 111. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie 
E. Rowe of Rockport. 

P. R. IIS. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

P. R. 779. — Bible record now in possession of Newton B. Pool 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 780. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 781. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 782. — Bible record now in possession of Albert W. Hale 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 783. — Family register now in possession of Albert C. 
Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 784. — Family record in possession of the late Welling- 
ton Pool of Wenham. 

p. R. 785. — Family record now in possession f Clarence E. 
Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 786. — Copy of family record now in possession of Miss 
Annie E. Rowe of Rockport. 

p. R. 1S1. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah An- 
nis of Rockport. 

p. R. 788. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- + 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 789. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mabel F. 
Batchelder of Rockport. 

p. R. 790. — Bible record now in possession of Newton B. Pool 
of Rockport. 

p. R. 791. — Bible record now in possession of Fred E. Pool of 
Rockport. 

p. R. 792. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. James 
Rowe of Rockport. 

p. R. 793. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 794. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Arietta 
Eustis of Rockport. 

p. R. 795. — Family record now in possession of Joshua How- 
ard Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 796. — Manuscript record now in possession of j\Irs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 



ABBREVIATIONS 43 

P. R. 797. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Ellen 

Thompson of Somerville. 
p. R. 798. — Bible record now in possession of Charles L. Dun- 
lap of Rockport. 
p. R. 799. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. John 

Cunningham. 
p. R. 800. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Mary E. 

York of Rockport. 
p. R. 801. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 802. — Family record now in possession of Charles B. 

Presson. 
p. R. 803. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John Cun- 
ningham. 
p. R. 804. — Bible record now in possession of George W, 

Proctor. 
p. R. 805. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Ella L. 

Procter. 
P. R. 806. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah E. 

Pulcifer. 
P. R. 807. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 

Pulcifer. 
p. R. 808. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. George 

H. Newell. 
p. R. 809. — Family record now in possession of Joseph A. 

Procter. 
p. R. 810. — Family record now in possession of Fred E. Pool 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 811. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Will 

Knowlton of Rockport. 
p. R. 812. — Bible record now in possession of Charles W. 

Quint. 
p. R. 813. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Nathaniel 

Richardson of Rockport. 
p. R. 814. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Eunice 

Richardson of Vineland, N. J. 
p. R. 815. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

M. Ricker. 
p. R. 816. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Adeline 

Griffin. 
p. R. 817. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Fitz E, 

Riggs. 



44 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 818.— Family record now in possession of Mrs. Fitz E. 

Riggs. 
p. R. 819. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Mrs. 

Fitz E, Riggs. 
p. R. 820. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Fitz E. 

Riggs. 
p. R. 821. — Family record now in possession of Miss Mary 

Riggs. 
p. R. 822. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. James 

Riggs. 
p. R. 823. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John E. 

Riley. 
p. R. 824. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Annie F. 

Davis, 
p. R. 825. — Family record now in possession of Otis E. Smith 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 826. — Bible record now in possession of ]\Irs. R. E. 

Joyce, 
p. R. 827. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Mary R. 

Scripture of Rockport. 
p. R. 828. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary R. 

Scripture of Rockport. 
p. R. 829. — Family record now in possession of William L. 

Robinson. 
p. R. 830. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Levi Rob- 
inson of Rockport. 
p. R. 831. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Ada J. 

Gallagher. 
p. R. 832. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Percy 

S. Rogers. 
p. R. 833. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Annie 

Dodge. 
p. R. 834. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Christena 

Rogers. 
p. R. 835. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sylvanus 

Smith, Sr. 
p. R. 836. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 

Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 837. — Bible record now in possession of Samuel Rowe of 

Portsmouth, N. H. 
p. R. 838. — Family record now in possession of Miss Marietta 

Wonson. 



ABBREVIATIONS 45 

P.' R. 839. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 
p. R. 840. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

J. Rowe. 
p. R. 841. — Family record now in possession of Miss Annie E. 

Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 842. — Bible record now in possession of Fred E. Pool of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 843. — Family record now in possession of Miss Lucy 

Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 844. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Augusta 

Pickering of Rockport. 
p. R. 845. — Family record in possession of the late Wellington 

Pool of Wenham. 
p. R. 846. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

J. Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 847. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Ella 

Lindberg of Rockport. 
p. R. 848. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George H. 

Newell. 
p. R. 849. — Family record now in possession of Miss Nellie 

G. Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 850. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Howard 

Gee of Rockport. 
p. R. 851. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Emma R. 

Babson of Rockport. 
p. R. 852. — Family record now in possession of Miss Jennie 

S. Rowe of Chelsea. 
p. R. 853. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John J. 

Rowe. 
p. R. 854. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. William 

L. Robinson. 
p. R. 855. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. William 

H. Rowe. 
p. R.8S6. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah 

Groves Rowe. 
p. R. 857. — Family record now 'in possession of John R. 

Thurston of Rockport. 
p. R. 858. — Family record now in possession of Miss Jennie 

S. Brown of Rockport. 
p. R. 859. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. J. Loring 

Woodfall of Rockport. 



46 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. B. 860. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Loring 
Grimes of Rockport. 

p. R. 861. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Samuel 
Rust. 

p. R. 862. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Scott Ste- 
vens of Rockport. 

p. R. 863. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Alvin San- 
born of Rockport. 

p. R. 864. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Minerva 
Driver of Rockport. 

p. R. 865. — Bible record now in possession of George A. San- 
born. 

p. R. 866. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary F. 
Tucker. 

p. R. 867. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah M. 
Sargent. 

p. R. 868. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John J. 
Woodbury. 

/'. R. 869. — Bible record now in possession of Sylvanus C. 
Lane. 

p. R. 870. — Bible record now in possession of John J. Davis. 

p. R. 871. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Sarah H. 
Sanders. 

p. R. 872. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 

p. R. 873. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John S. 
Knights of Rockport. 

p. R. 874. — Family record now in possession of Miss Harriet 
Lane. 

p. R. 875. — Family record now in possession of Miss Helen 
Lane. 

p. R. 876. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lucinda 
M. Riley. 

p. R. 877. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Julia M. 
Riley. 

p. R. 878. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah E. 
Warner. 

p. R. 879. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 
Taylor. 

p. R. 880. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Fred S. 
White. 

p. R. 881. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Eleanor 
F. Griffin. 



ABBREVIATIONS 47 

P. B. 882. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Josie 
Dickinson of Rockport. 

p. R. 883. — Family register now in possession of Miss Hannah 
Saunders. 

p. B. 884. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Belle Ride- 
out. 

p. R. 885. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Sarah 
H. Sanders. 

p. R. 886. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elmer 
Smith. 

p. R. 887. — Bible record now in possession of Charles F. 
Young. 

p. R. 888. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Annie L. 
Stimson of Rockport. 

p. R. 889. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Harriet N. 
Reed of Rockport. 

p. R. 890. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Albert 
S. Maddocks. 

P. R. 891. — Family tree now in possession of Miss Sarah M. 
Griffin. 

p. R. 892. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Albert S. 
Maddocks. 

p. R. 893. — Family record now in possession of Joseph War- 
ren Wonson. 

P. R. 894. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Anna 
Davis. 

p. R. 895. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 
J. Rowe. 

p. R. 896. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Margaret 
Dolliver. 

p. R. 897. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Alice 
Ryan. 

P. R. 898. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Andrew 
W. Hodgkins. 

p. R. 899. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Andrew 
W. Hodgkins. 

p. R. 900. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Estelle 
Say ward. 

p. R. 901. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Benja- 
min K. Stacy. 

p. R. 902. — Manuscript record now in possession of Mrs. Cal- 
vin W. Pool of Rockport. 



48 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 903. — Family tree in possession of the late Wellington 

Pool of Wenham. 
p. R. 904. — Family record now in possession of Miss Ida Tap- 
pan. 
p. R. 905. — Family chart now in possession of Mrs. Lelia F. 

French. 
p. R. 906. — Family record now in possession of Sylvanus 

Smith, Sr. 
P. R. 907. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza A. 

Arens of Somerville. 
p. R. 908. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Mrs. 

Emeline Robinson. 
p. R. 909. — Family record now in possession of Sylvanus 

Smith, Sr. 
p. R. 910. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Joseph 

Carter of Rockport. 
p. R. 911. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Martha E. 

Tarr of Rockport. 
p. R. 912. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Minerva 

Smith of Rockport. 
p. R. 913. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Julia F. 

Smith. 
p. R. 914. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. William 

A. Procter. 
p. R. 915. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Emeline 

Robinson. 
p. R. 916. — Family record now in possession of Benjamin W. 

Smith. 
p. R. 917. — Family record now in possession of Otis E. Smith 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 918. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Arthur 

Herrick. 
p. R. 919. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Betsey J. 

Allen. 
p. R. 920. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Helen 

Mansfield. 
p. R. 921. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John S. 

Webber. 
p. R. 922. — Bible record now in possession of John J. Somes, 
p. R. 923. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza A. 

Allen. 
p. R. 924. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Clara S, 

Gee of Rockport. 



ABBREVIATIONS 49 

P. R. 925. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. L. E. 

Andrews. 
p. R. 926. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mira Park- 
hurst. 
p. R. 927. — Bible record now in possession of James H. Clark 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 928. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. William 

P. Cressy. 
p. R. 929. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Eleanor 

Stevens of Rockport. 
p. R. 930. — Bible record now in possession of Albert W. Hale 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 931. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Charles 

E. Batchelder of Rockport. 
p. R. 932. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lucy Still- 
man of Providence, R. I. 
p. R. 933. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Annie J. 

Morong. 
p. R. 934. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Mrs. 

Herbert Towle. 
p. R. 935. — Family record now in possession of Amos Story. 
p. R. 936. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Judith Ann 

Griffin of Rockport. 
p. R. 937. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Elbridge 

Witham of Rockport. 
p. R. 938. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Carrie 

S. Dagle. 
p. R. 939. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Frank 

G. Hale of Rockport. 
p. R. 940. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Annettie 

Tarr of Rockport. 
p. R. 941. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Lydia 

Legallee. 
p. R. 942. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Alice Boyn- 

ton Walker of Brookline. 
p. R. 943. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 

W. Tarr of Rockport. 
p. R. 944. — Bible record now in possession of Asa F. Tarr of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 945. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lizzie 

Caldwell of Rockport. 
p. R. 946. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Etta 

Merridew of Rockport. 



50 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 947. — Bible record now in possession of F. Noble Grif- 
fin of Rockport. 
p. R. 948. — Family record now in possession of Henry Tarr 

of San Francisco, Cal. 
p. R. 949. — Bible record now in possession of Daniel Gill of 

Rockport. 
P. R. 950. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Geneva 

Tarr of Dorchester. 
p. R. 951. — Family record in possession of the late Francis 

Tarr of Rockport. 
p. R. 952. — Bible record now in possession of Robert Tarr of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 953. — Bible record now in possession of Alden Tarr of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 954. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Laura 

Tarr of Rockport. 
p. R. 955. — Family record now in possession of Miss Ada 

Tarr. 
p. R. 956. — Family record now in possession of Benjamin 

Tarr. 
p. R. 957. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Martha 

E. Tarr of Rockport. 
p. R. 958. — Family record now in possession of Otis E. Smith 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 959. — Family record now in possession of Henry A. 

Tarr. 
p. R. 960. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Delia 

Kennison of Rockport. 
p. R. 961. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Zenas S. 

Nickerson of Rockport. 
p. R. 962. — Bible record now in possession of J. Paul Weber 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 963. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Rachel 

Brewton. 
p. R. 964. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

Thurston of Somerville. 
p. R. 965. — Family record now in possession of Levi Thurston 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 966. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. James 

Riggs. 
p. R. 967. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Susan S, 

Lynch. 



ABBREVIATIONS 5 1 

P. R. 968. — Bible record now in possession of Nathaniel F. 

Thurston. 
p. R. 969. — Bible record now in possession of Fred E. Pool of 

Rockport. 
p. R. 970. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Elden 

Tibbetts. 
p. R. 971. — Family record now in possession of Miss Rhoda 

Torrey of Rockport. 
p. R. 972. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Arvilla F. 

Brown. 
p. R. 973. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. John D. 

Cunningham. 
p. R. 974. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary F. 

Tucker. 
p. R. 975. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Edward 

Griffin. 
p. R. 976. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Mary T- 

Tucker. 
p. R. 977. — Bible record now in possession of William L. 

Hodgkins. 
p. R. 978. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Mary Jane 

Poland. 
p. R. 979. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Nellie C. 

Parsons of Rockport. 
p. R. 980. — Bible record now in possession of Frank Jordan 

of Rockport. 
p. R. 981. — Family tree now in possession of Mrs. Alonzo 

Tuttle of Rockport. 
p. R. 982. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Nellie M. 

Noble of Rockport. 
p. R. 983. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Serena 

Tucker of Rockport. 
p. R. 984. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Alice 

Murdock of Rockport. 
p. R. 985. — Family record now in possession of Miss Sarah 

E. Warner. 
p. R. 986. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Mrs. 

Edith L. Davis, 
p. R. 987. — Bible record now in possession of Miss Sarah 

Elizabeth Warner, 
p. R. 988. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Chester 

Marr. 



52 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 989. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Margaret 

Webber. 
p. R. 990. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Levi 

Cleaves of Rockport. 
p. R. 991. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs, Daniel 

Gaffney. 
p. R. 992. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth 

J. Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 993. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Laura 

vSmitb. 
p. R. 994. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Henry W. 

Colburn of Rockport. 
p. R. 995. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. L. Cleaves 

Parsons of Rockport. 
p. R. 996. — Family record now in possession of George D. 

Wharff. 
p. R. 997. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah F. 

Steele. 
p. R. 998. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Caroline 

Glover. 
/'. R. 999. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Sarah 

Seward of Ipswich. 
p. R. 1000. — Copy of Bible record now in possession of Miss 

Annie E. Rowe of Rockport. 
p. R. 1001. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Henry 

Pingree of Rockport. 
p. R. 1002. — Family record now in possession of Horace 

Woodbury. 
p. R. 1003. — Family record now in possession of Miss Mari- 
etta C. Davis. 
p. R. 1004. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. Alice 

Ryan. 
p. R. 1005. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. El- 
bridge Witham of Rockport. 
p. R. 1006. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Lucinda 

Roberts. 
p. R. 1007. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Lizzie 

Kerr. 
p. R. 1008. — Bible record now in possession of John J. Somes. 
p. R. 1009. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. David 

Wallis. 
p. R. 1010. — Family record now in possession of Edward Gil- 
bert Winchester. 



ABBREVIATIONS 53 

P. R. 1011. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Eliza A. 

Davis of Rockport. 
p. R. 1012. — Bible record now in possession of Charles W, 

Witham. 
p. R. 1013. — Family record now in possession of Miss Eliza 

J. Witham of Rockport. 
p. R. 1014. — Family record now in possession of John F. 

Wonson. 
P. R. 1015. — Family register now in possession of Howard 

Wonson. 
p. R. 1016. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Aria 

Wonson. 
p. R. 1017. — Family register now in possession of Miss Laura 

Wonson. 
p. R. 1018. — Bible record now in possession of Addison 

Wonson. 
p. R. 1019. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Laura 

Lyle of Brookline. 
p. R. 1020. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Grace L. 

Grimes of Rockport. 
p. R. 1021. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Etta 

Richardson of Rockport. 
p. R. 1022. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. James 

Coas. 
p. R. 1023. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Emma 

Kidder. 
p. R. 1024. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Roger 

Wonson. 
p. R. 1025. — Bible record now in possession of Herbert Giles 

of Lincoln. 
P. R. 1026. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Julia 

W. Smith. 
p. R. 1027. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs, Joseph 

Andrews. 
P. R. 1028. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Edward 

F. Gordan. 
P. R. 1029. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. Mary 

L. Hixon of Sharon. 
P. R. 1030. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. Marion 

Stevens of Rockport. 
P. R. 1031. — Family record now in possession of Mrs, Georgi- 
anna Blaisdell of York, Me. 



54 ABBREVIATIONS 

P. R. 1032. — Family record now in possession of Miss Martha 

Jackson. 
1'. R. 1033. — Family record now in possession of Mrs. William 

Younger. 
v. R. 1034. — Bible record now in possession of Mrs. George 

Pulcifer. 
p. R. 1035. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. R. E. 

Joyce. 
p. R. 1036. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. 

Augustus H. Wonson. 
p. R. 1037. — Family register now in possession of Mrs. James 

T. Morrow. 
p. R. 1038. — Bible record now in possession of Byron G. 

Russell. 
rt'c. — recorded. 
rem. — removed. 
ret. — return. 
s. — son. 
sr. — senior. 
T. c. — town copy. 
tinm. — unmarried. 
w. — wife ; week. 
■ndd. — widow. 
widr. — widower. 
y. — 3'ear. 

7 br. — September. 

8 br. — October. 

9 br. — November. 

10 br. — December. 

— . — torn or illegible. ' 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

TO THE END OF THE YEAR 1 849 



ABBOT (see also Abbott, Aboot), James, s. James and Abe- 

gail, . [after Mar. 29, 1765?] ' 

, ch. James, . , 1816. c. r. 3. 

, ch. James, , 1825. c. R. 3, 

, wid. , mother of wid. Whittredge, Aug. IS, 

1826. C. R. 3. 
, ch. Mr. , Aug. 22, 1827. c. r. 3. 



ABBOTT (see also Abbot), Eben, s. Eben, of Sandy Bay, 
throat distemper, bur. July 20, 1832, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 

John James, s. William Tarr and Mary Dodge (Haskins), 
May 4, 1819. p. r. 5. 

John James, s. William Tarr and Mary Dodge (Haskins), 
Apr. 4, 1822. p. R. 5. 

John James, s. Eben G. and Sally D. (Harris), July 27, 183'5. 
p. R. 30. 

Martha H., d. William Tarr and Mary Dodge (Haskins), 
Jan. 3, 1834. p. R. 5, 

Mary D[odge (Haskins), w. William Tarr, p. r. 5.], Nov. 
15, 1834. c. R. 5 [Nov. 18, p. r. 5.] 

Timothy Pickering, s. William Tarr and Mary Dodge (Has- 
kins), Sept. 28, 1824. p. r. 5. 

ABOOT (see also Abbot), , ch. James, Dec. 19, 1825. 

c. R. 3. 

ADAMS, Abby, w. William, consumption, Aug. 25, 1845, a. 

24 y. 7 d. 
Abigail, Nov. — , 1779, a. abt. 15 y. c. R. 2. 
Angelina Augusta, d. Charles and Sarah, croup, Dec, 15, 

1845, a. 10 m. 
Ann, w. Benja[min], consumption, May 30, 1846, a. 34 y. 6 

m. 4 d. 

55 



56 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Adams, Ann, w. Joseph, jr., May — , 1846. c. r. 9, 

Ann G., fever, June 5, 1846, a. 33 y. 

Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Ann, throat distemper, July 12. 

1845, a. 2 y. 11 m. 24 d. 
Charles, s. Charles and Harriet, dysentery, Sept. 7, 1849, 

a. 9 m. 23 d. 
Dolly, wid. Joseph, old age, Nov. 13, 1846, a. 91 y. 2 m. 23 d. 
Elisabeth, w. Alfred, palpitation of the heart, Nov. 18, 1848, 

a. 25 y. 1 m. 7 d. 
Hannah, w. Stephen, small pox, May 10, 1849, a. 67 y. G. R. 1. 
Isaac, at the poorhouse, Nov. 22, 1830, a. 51 y. 
John, s. Ezekiel and Nancy, lost on Cape Cod, Oct. 3, 1841. 
Joseph, at the workhouse, Feb. 15, 1822, a. abt. 67 y. 
Joseph, [June 15. g. r. 8.], 1841. c. R. 7. '[a. 62 y. 

G. R. 8.] 
Mary Elizabeth, d . Nehemiah, jr. and Harriet, scarlet fever, 

June 29, 1849, a. 2 y. 8 m. 7 d. 
Nathaniel D., s. Joseph and Priscilla, Apr. 7, 1839, a. 1 y. 6 

m. G. R. 16. 
Ruth, wid. , consumption, Dec. 23, 1803, a. abt. 69 y. 

C. R. 2. 

Sarah, d. James and Esther, lung fever, July 26, 1843, a. 17 m. 

5 d. 
Sarah L., d. Joseph and Priscilla, typhus fever, Dec. 13, 1846, 

a. 17 y. 7 m. [July 28. dup.] ' 
Stephen, Jan. — [2. g. r. 1.], 1843. c. R. 1. [a. 35 y. 

G. R. 1.] 

Thomas, s. Nehemiah and Martha (Riggs), July 18, 1753. 
William F., b. Londonderry, s. William and Helen, cholera 

morbus, Aug. 14, 1849, a. 2 m. 25 d. 
, ch. Nehemiah, purging and vomiting, Sept. — , 1773. 

c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. , bur. Sept. 4, 1817. c. r. 6. 

, at the workhouse, bur. Feb. 17, 1822. c. r. 6. 

, d. Charles and Harriet, June 17, 1844, a. 1 d. 

, s. Benja[mi]n and Maria, Apr. 30, 1848, a. 3 m. 

G. R. 6, 

, inf. s. Benj[ami]n and Maria, Oct. 7, 1849, a. 3 



wks. G. R. 6. 
— , s. stillborn, William and Emeline, July 22, 1849. 



ADKINS, John, at the v.-orkhouse. Jan. 18, 1806. [a. 80 y. 
C. R. 1.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 57 

AIKEN (see also Aikin), , wid., at the workhouse, bur. 

Nov. 14, 1804. c. R. 6. 

AIKrN (see also Aiken), Matthew, at the poorhouse, Jan. 3, 

1835, a. 77 y. 
, Mrs., fever, Oct. 4, 1826. c. R. 1. 

AIRS (see also Ayers), Stephen, master of a fishing sloop, 
lost at sea on his return voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. 
— , 1716, a. 26 y. 

ALLEN (see also Allin), Aaron, s. William and Mary, Feb. 

16, 1766. 
Aaron R., m., mariner, s. Ambrose and Sarah, consumption, 

Nov. 17, 1846, a. 33 y. 11 m. 10 d. 
Abigail, consumption, Oct. 10, 1825. c. r. 1. 
Andrew, at the workhouse, Sept. 15, 1819, a. 67 y. 
Ann, d. Joseph, Esq., June 24, 1739, a. abt. 17 y.? 
Ann S., d. W[illia]m and Tamesin, consumption, Sept. 16, 

1844, a. 39 y. 5 m. 4 d. 
Benjamin, s. Joseph, June 26, 1688, 

Charles, Capt. [consumption, c. R. 1.], h. Sally, Sept. 23, 1810. 
Charles, s. David and Nabby, Nov. 3, 1834. [a. 1 y. g. R. 5.] 
Christopher, s. William and Mary, Nov. 17, 1763. 
Clara, w. Mark, jr., June — , 1826. 
Clementina S., d. David and Nabby, fever, Oct. 27, 1844, a. 

8 y. 5 m. 7 d. [Oct. 30, a. 7 y. 11 m. dup. ; a. 7 y. 5 m. 

G. R. 5.] 
Coit, s. Thomas and Elizabeth, Sept. 22, 1728, a. 5 w. 
Ebenezer, Feb. 24, 1766, in his 29th y. g. r. 1. 
Elisabeth, d. Thomas and Elisabeth, May 22, 1717, a. abt. 2 y. 
Elisabeth, w. Thomas, July 15, 1756. 
Eliza, Miss, bur. Mar. 12, 1843, a. 40 y. c. r. 6. 
Elizabeth, d. twin, Thomas, jr. and Mary, Aug. 10, 1747. 
Emily, d. Mark jr. and Emily, 2d w., July 25, 1835. 
Emily, d. Mark, jr. and Emily, 2d w., Aug. 23, 1839. 
Esther, d. Capt. Solomon, suddenly, at Boston, bur. Nov. 11, 

1821. c. R. 6. 
Experience, d. Solomon and Susanna (Riggs), Mar. 24, 1785. 
George, s. Nathaniel and Mary Gee, June 4, 1753. 

George, s. W[illia]m, 3d and Tammy, at sea, . 

Hannah, fever, Dec. 18, 1806, a. 69 y. c. r. 1. 
Isaac, s. Isaac and Abigail (White), July 16, 1754. 



58 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Allen, Isaac, Dec. 19, 1757. 

Jemima, w. Thomas, jr., Mar. 2, 1736-7, in her 23d y, 

Jeremiah, s. Joseph and Rachell, Dec. 22, 1682. 

Jeremiah, [student at Harvard College, c. r. 1.], s. Lt. 

Thomas, fever, at Newbury, Aug. 23, 1737, in his 21st 

y. [a. 20 y. 2 m. 24 d. G. R 1.] 
Jeremiah, s. Thomas, jr., and Mary, Jan. 28, 1746. 
Job, s. Thomas and Elisabeth, Mar. 30, 1721, a. abt. 1 y, 10 m. 
John, s. twin, stillborn, Thomas, jr. and Mary, M — 26, 1747. 
John, s. Solomon and Lydia, fit, Oct. 4, 1848, a. 46 y. 2 m. 1 d. 
Joseph, Capt., Oct. 6, 1724, a. 71 y. 

Joseph, s. Joseph and Martha, Aug. 28, 1735, a. 3 w. g. r. 1. 
Joseph, jr., Apr. 2 — , 1739, in his 29th y. 
Joseph, Esq., Apr. 6, 1750, in his 69th y. 
Joseph, s. Nathaniel and Marv Gee, . [before Mar. 

1752.] 
Joseph, s. Nathaniel and Mary, Mar. 4, 1752, a. 4 y. g. r. 1. 
Joseph, s. Nathaniel and Mary Gee, Mar. 30, 1752. [a. 27 d. 

G. R. 1.] 
Joseph, eldest s. Nathaniel, Oct. 8, 1831, a. 74 y. g. r. 12. 

[a. 75 y. c. r. 6.] 
Joshua, s. Nathaniel [and Mary. g. r. 1.], [Apr. 18, 175 — , 

a. 8 m. lid. g. r. 1.] 
Lydia, wid. Solomon, consumption, Aug. 1, 1843, a. 67 y. 2 m. 

6 d. 
Martha Ann, d. Mark and Martha Ann (Marchant), Mar. 24, 

1840, a. 7 y. p. r. 11. 
Mary, d. Thomas and Elizebth, June 25, 1730, a. 3 y. 3 m. 

6 d. 
Mary, d. Thomas, jr., Nov. 15, 1738, a. abt. 2 m. 
Mary, d. William and Mary, Apr. 5, 1745. 
Mary, d. William and Mary, Apr. 5, 1746. g. r. 1. 
Mary, d. Nathaniel and Mary, Aug. 23, 1747, a. 4 m. 15 d. 

g. r. 1. 

Mary, d. David and Mary (White), , 1747. 

Mary, w. Nathaniel, June 15, 1753, a. 29 y. [June 4, 1753, 

a. 29 y. 9 d. g. r.' 1.] 
Mary, Avid. Benjamin, June 4, 1761, a. 56 y. 
Mary, w. Dea. David, Aug. 29, 1765, in her 43d y. G. R. 1. 
Mary, d. Nehemiah and Abigail, Dec. 18, 1768. 
Mary [w. Capt. William, o. r. 1.] consumption [dropsy dup.] 

Aug. 27, 1807, a. 49 y. c. r. 1. [a. 29 y. g. r. 1. a. 30 y. 

dup.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 59 

Allen, Mary [Gee. dup.] d. Nathaniel and Mary Gee, — . 

[1754?] 
Mary S., d. Nathaniel, consumption, Sept. 6, 1846, a. 73 y. 
Peter, on board a fishing sloop, Jeremiah Butman, master, lost 

at sea on his return voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. — , 

1716, a. 23 y. 
Polly L., consumption, Nov. 10, 1808, a. 28 y. c. r. 1. 
Rechall, Apr. 26, 1684. 
Rose, w. Capt, Oct. 27, 1724, a. abt. 60 y. 
Sally, wid., d. Jerrv and Mary Foster, lung fever, Dec. 5, 

1849, a. 62 y. 5 m. 8 d. 
Sarah, w. Ebenezer, Feb. 10, 1765, in hA 27th y, d R. 1. 
Sarah, w. Capt. Jacob, June 9, 1772, in her 38th y, g. r. 1. 
Sarah, Mar. — , 'l830, a". 20 y. c. R. 1. 
Sarah, wid. Capt. Jacob, Mar. 1, 1831. a. 80 y. g. r. 1. [a. 

78 y. c. R. 1.]" 
Sarah, wid. Ambrose, consumption, Jan. 11, 1844, a. 68 y. 

7 m. 10 d. 
Sarah Dale, d. James T. and Lucy, consumption, Apr. 18, 

1845, a. 8 y. 1 m. 3 d. 
Sollomon, s. Joseph, Apr. 29, 1686. 
Solomon, s. Thomas and Elisabeth, Feb. — , 1725-6. 
Sol[omon], consumption, Sept. 5, 1808, a. 53 y. c. R. 1. 
Solomon, Capt., bur. Mar. 27, 1831. c. r. 6. 
Solomon, s. Aaron and Susan, consumption. May 13, 1844, a. 

7 m. 3 d. 
Susanna, d. Solomon and Susanna, Dec. 25, 1758. 
Tabitha H., b. Eastham, w. John, typhus fever, Oct. 5, 1847, 

a. 25 y. 8 m. 10 d. 
Tammy, wid., bur. Apr. 18, 1840, a. 84 y. c. r. 6. 
William, s. Joseph, Jan. 10, 1696-7. 
William, Capt., Sept. 5, 1815, a 42 y. G. r. 1. 
William, Mar. — , 1826, a. 75 y. c. R. 1. 
Zerubbable, Feb. 4, 1749, in his 47 y. G. r. 1. 

 , s. Joseph, Sept. 19, 1688, a. abt. 2 h. 

, inf. ch. W[illia]m, Sept. 4, 1807. c. r. 1. 

, inf. ch. Solomon, 2d, Sept. 25, 1807. C. R. 1. 

, ch. Sol[omon], Oct. 17, 1809, a. 6 m. c. R. 1. 

, wid., fever, Jan. 10, 1817. c. R. 1, 

, inf. ch. J., bur. June 8, 1817. c. R. 6. 

, Capt., bur. June 5, 1836. c. R. 6. 

, s. stillborn. Tames D. and Ann, Nov. 28, 1846. 



6o GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Allen, , d. John and Tabetha H., typhus fever, Oct. 

1, 1847, a. 2 d. 

ALLIN (see also Allen), Jeremiah, on board a fishmg sloop, 
James Elwell, master, lost near Cape Sable, Oct. — , 1716, 
a. 18 y. 

Mary, d. Joseph, Oct. 7, 1697. 

Mary, d. Capt. Joseph, Dec. 10, 1706. 

Mary, wid. , Dec. — , 1796, a. abt. 80 y. c. r. 2. 

Nathanael, s. Thomas, Dec. 25, 1713. 

Patiance, d. Joseph, Oct. 9, 1697. 

William, cancer, June — , 1785, a. abt. 73 y. c. r. 2. 

Mrs. , June 12, 1777, a. 17 y. c. r. 2. 

, inf. ch. Mrs. , June 12, 1777. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. William, stillborn, Dec. — , 1778. c. r. 2. 

, d. Israel, Oct. 20, 1794, a. abt. 1 y. c. r. 2. 

, w. Israel, Aug. — , 1795, a. abt. 30 y. c. r. 2. 

AMES, Mary Webber, bur. Sept. 30, 1833, a. 44 y. c. r. 6. 

ANDERSON, Molly, Aug. 28, 1807, a. 53 y. c. r. 1. 
Peter, at the workhouse, Mar. 13, 1820, a. abt. 75 y. 
, Mrs., bur. Aug. 27, 1807. c. R. 6. 

ANDRESS (see also Andrews), John, s. Francis and Elisabeth, 

Julv 23, 1724, a. 1 d. 
Ralph, Feb. 25, 1717-18, a. abt. 75 y. 

ANDREWS (see also Andress, Andross, Androus.), Benjamin 

Williams, w. Mary S. (Marshall), at Straitsmouth Island, 

Light-keeper, Aug. 5, 1840. p. r. 23. 
Eunice, Oct. 29, 1812. p. r. 35. 
George F., s. Amaziah and Mercy, typhus fever, Sept. 15, 

1844, a. 1 y. 7 m. 14 d. 
Hannah, at the workhouse. May 11, 1824, a. 42 y. 
Joanna, wid., b. Essex, d. Westly and Deborah Burnham, old 

age, Jan. 20, 1847, a. 102 y. 2 m. 28 d. 
Joanna, m., d. Eleazer and T., old age, Jan. 22, 1847, a. 98 y. 
Joanna, b. Manchester, wid. Jonathan, cancer, Feb. 10, 184S, 

a. 54 y. 4 m. 
Joanna, m., d. Gorham and R. Morse, fever, Feb. 12, 1840, 

a. 60 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 6l 

Andrews, Mercy, wid. , slow fever, June 13, 1786, a. 

abt. 84 y. c, r. 2. 
Molly, at the workhouse, Oct. 9, 1811. 
Nancy M., d. Joseph R. and Mary, canker, Aug. 25, 1844, 

a. 1 y. 9 m. 
Olive (Giles), w. Stephen, May 6, 1839. p. r. 270. 
Ralph, Sept. 24, 1778, a. abt. 80 y. c. r. 2. 
Ruth, wid. William, small pox, July 22, 1779, a. 55 y. c. R. 3. 
Sarah, Mrs., consumption. May 12, 1794, a. abt. 70 y. c. R. 2. 

Sarah E., d. James B. and Clarissa, , 1848. G. R. 5. 

Sophia Oakes, d. Benjamin Williams and Mary S. (Marshall), 

May 20, 1819. p. r. 23. 
Theodore, m., mariner, b. Essex, drowned at sea, Oct. 6 [1849. 

in pencil.], a. 21 y. 
William D., s. Joseph [L. g. r. 3.], and Hipsa [Hepzibah S. 

G. R. 3.]. dysentery, Aug. 10, 1846, a. 3 m. 10 d. [Aug. 

12. p. R. 25 ; Aug. 6. a. 3 m. 6 d. g. r. 3.] 

, ch. Eleazer, canker, Oct. — , 1804, a. abt. 3 m. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Betsey, June 12, 1806, a. 2 y. c. R. 1. [9 m. c. R. 6. J 

, w. Jonathan, Nov. — , 1809, c. R. 2. 

, ch. Mrs., Nov. 18, 1816, a. 5 w. c. R. 1. 

ANDROSS (see also Andrews), Elizabeth, at the workhouse, 
Dec. 11, 1806. [Dec. 10. a. 92 y. c. r. 1.] 

ANDROUS (see also Andrews), Abigaiel, w. Ralph, May 8, 

1728. 

ANIBAL, Daniel, of Manchester, bur. July 16, 1840, a. 65 y. 
c. R. 6. 

ANNIS, Ebenezer, Dec. 4, 1819, a. 75 y. 

Rebecca, consumption, Dec. 21, 1815, a. 44 y. c. R. 1. 

, consumption, Aug. 3, 1810, a. 64 y. c. R. 1. 

APPLEBEE, Mrs., at the workhouse, Apr. 10, 1805. 

APPLETON, Benjamin, consumption, bur. Mar. 4, 1812, a. 16 

y. c. R. 6. 
John, Capt., bur. July 3, 1811, a. 49 y. c. r. 6. 
Rebecca, wid., bur. Jan. 11, 1814, a, 75 y, c. r. 6. 

ARMSTRONG, , Mrs., bur. Apr. 9, 1824. c. r. 6. 



62 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

ARNOLD, , s. Rev. A. C. L., of Sandy Bay, bur. Apr. 

19, 1836, a. 7 m. c. R. 6. 

ATKINS, Benja[min] P., boat builder, b. Truro, s. Paul and 
Keziah, dysentery, Sept. 15, 1849, a. 20 y. 13 d. 

ATKINSON, John, bur. May 19, 1837, a. 61 y. c. r. 6. 

AUSTIN, Ichabod, drowned from a schooner belonging to 
Maj. Sargent, Mar. 17, 1734-5. 

AVEREL (see also Averill), Hamons, s. James and Hannah, 
Sept. 4, 1727. 

AVERIL (see also Averill), Benjamin, Nov. 28, 1723, a. abt. 
18 y. 

AVERILL (see also Averel, Averil), Eliza, w. William T., 

Aug. 17, 1839. 
Hannah, w. James, Nov. — , 1738. 

James, , 1738. 

William, s. William T. and Eliza, Nov. 19, 1839. 

AVERY, Benjamin, Aug. 15, 1790, a. abt. 30 y. c. R. 2. 
John, drowned near the bar of Chebacco River, Oct. 1, 1784, 

a. 20 y. c. r. 2. 
Joshua, by means of a fall, privateering, Dec. — , 1778. c. r. 2. 
Ruth, wid. , who fell into a fire with her face upon 

the coals and expired instantly, Dec. 23, 1816, a. abt. 84 

y. c. R. 2. 
Sam[ue]ll, drowned near the bar of Chebacco River, Oct, 1, 

1784, a. 30 y. c. r. 2. 

AYARS (see also Ayers), Emily, d. John and Sarah, Feb. 22, 
1836, a. 7 y. g. r. 5. 

AYERS (see also Airs, Ayars), John, Apr. 14, 1796, a. abt. 

32 y. c. R. 2. 
, ch. stillborn, Betsey, at the workhouse, June 5, 1816. 

BABBIT, Anne Maria, d. Dr. Thomas and Mary I., Oct. 16, 
1788, a. 4 m. g. r. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 63 

BABCOCK, Aaron Dean, s. Aaron and Eliza, Aug. — , 1839. 
Joseph, h. Hannah (Rowe), Feb. 15, 1833. p. r. 45. 
William, s. Aaron and Eliza, throat distemper and scarlet 
fever, July 8, 1846, a. 7 y. 11 m. 28 d. 

BABSON (see also Bapson), Ann, w. Capt. W[illia]m, June 
24, 1826. c. R. 3. [June 23, 1826. a. 72 y. G. r. 2.] 

Benjamin, s. Capt. James and Rebeccah, Aug. — , 1778, a. 
4 y. G. R. 1. 

Betsey,' Oct. 7, 1825, a. 74 y. 2 m. p. r. 37. 

Charles, jr., suddenly, at Guadaloupe, Aug. 24, 1816. 

Charles Marshall, s. John J[ames. p. r. 41.] and Mary C[offin 
(Rogers), p. r. 41.]. Aug. 24, 1841. [a. 1 y. 1 m. c. R. 6.] 

Dolly, wid. Capt. S., bur. June 3, 1827, a. 82 y. c. R. 6. 

Dorcas, w. John, June — , 1737. 

Dorcas, s. Dorcas and Eliza H. (Peabody), Dec. 13, 1824. 
p. R. 572. 

Elias, May 15, 1720, a. 32 y. 

Elias E., s. Charles and Caroline, scrofula. May 2, 1849, a. 
8 m. 10 d. 

Elinor, wid., Mar. 14, 1713-14, a. abt. 84 y. 

Emiline D., w. Nath[anie]l, dropsy, Sept. 19, 1844, a. 27 y. 
11 m. 22 d. [a. 28 y. G. R. 5.] 

Eunis, d. John, Aug. 24, 1695. 

Gideon (Lane), w. Dorcas, Oct. 16, 1817. p. R. 572. 

Hannah, wid. Capt. James, Nov. 26, 1759, a. 43 y. G. r. 1. 

Hannah, consumption, Dec. 10, 1815. C. R. 1. 

Hannah, wid, bur. Feb. 14, 1838, a. 83 y. c. R. 6. 

Harriet, Miss, Nov. 7, 1823, a. 43 y. o. r. 1. 

Isaac, bur Mar. 27, 1814, c. R. 6. 

Isbell, wid., Apr, 6, 1661. 

Issabell, d. John, Aug. 27, 1702. 

James, Dec. 21, 1683. 

James, Capt., Oct. 10, 1790, a. 49 y. G. r. 1. 

James, seaman of the schr. Marion, Charles Babson, jr., mas- 
ter, drowned on his homeward passage from St. Michaels, 
Apr. 6, 1815. 

James, bur. Jan. 8, 1827. c. R. 6. 

James, Jan. 7, 1844, a. 48 y. g. r. 13. 

James Lawrance, s. David, Sept. 27, 1815. c. r. 3. 

John, June 1, 1720, a. 29 y. 

John, June — , 1737. 



64 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Babson, John, s. Solomon and Elisabeth (Parsons), at Mount 

Desert, suddenly, Mar. 22, 182. 
John James, s. William and Mary (Griffin), Mar, 11, 1808. 

p. R. 40. 
John J[ames. p. r. 41.], s. John J[ames. p. r. 41.], and Mary 

C[offin (Rogers), p. r. 41.], typhus fever, Oct. 19, 1846, 

a. 11 y. 1 m. 2 d. [Oct. 18. dup.] 
Joseph, s. Richard, Feb. 1, 1690. 
Joseph, s. Richard, July 19, 1692. 

Joseph, Capt., Apr. 19, 1839, a. 63 y, c. r. 6. [Apr. 16. g. r. 5.] 
Joseph [Henry p. r. 37.], s. Capt. J[oseph and Polly (Bab- 
son). p. R. 37.], bur. May 18, i824, a. 13 y. c. R. 6. [d. 

Aug. 16. p. R. 37.] 
Joseph M., mariner, s. James and Mary, drowned at sea, 

Oct. 6 [1849. in pencil.], a. 17 y. 
Josiah, June 6, 1720, a. 17 y. 
Judith, d. Abraham and Louisa, dropsy, June 9, 1849, a. 1 y. 

14 d. 
Loisa, d. Abraham and Loisa [bef. 1841?]. 
Mary, d. John and Mary, Jan. 18, 1716-17, a. 1 m. 4 d. 
Mary, w. Richard, Feb. 14, 1717-18, a. abt. 54 y. 

Mary, w. Philip, . [after 1744?] 

Mary, wid., Feb. 13, 1818, a. 67 y. c. r. 1. [Feb. 14 a. 65 y. 

G. R. 1.] 
Mary, d. William and Mary (Griffin), June 13, 1831. p. r. 40. 
Mary Coffin [Rogers, g. r. 5.], w. John J[ames G. R. 5. puer- 

perial fever, c. R. 1.] Dec. 5, 1842. [a. 30 y. G. R. 5.] 
Mary Coffin, d. John J[ames. p. r. 41.], and Mary C[offin. 

G. R. 5; (Rogers), p. r. 41.] Dec. 13, 184—. [1842. a. 

14 d. G. R. 5; Dec. 14 p. r. 41.] 
Nathaniel [h. Eliza Gorham (Low), p. r. 36.], Feb. 1, 1836, 

a. 52 y. 8 m. g. r. 1. [Feb. 4. p. r. 36.] 
Olive, d. Isaac and Mary (Witham), May 11, 1833. p. r. 38. 
Philemon, Sept. 21, 1829. c. R. 1. 
Philip, s. Philip and Hannah, [bef. 1777.] 
Philip, Sept. 28, 1829, a. 52 y. g. r. 5. 
Polly [Mary. G. R. 5.], w. William, jr., Oct. 16, 1821. [a. 42 

y. c. R. 6.] 
Polly E[dgar Littlehale. c. r. 6.], w. William, July 8, 1823, 

a. 40 y. G. R. 5. [July 18. p. r. 40.] 
Rebecca, d. Richard, "reported died at Billerica," Apr, 8, 1720, 

a. abt. 19 y. 8 m. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 65 

Babson, Rebeccah, d. Capt. James and Rebeccah, Oct. — , 

1774, a. 4 y. G. R. 1. 
Robert E., s. William and Mary, Feb. 4, 1834, a. 21 y. G. R. 5. 
Sarah, Jan. 19, 1675. 
Susan, w. James, consumption, Apr. 24, 1848, a. 48 y. 2 m. 

14 d. [Apr. 23, 1847. G. R. 13.] 
Theodore, at the workhouse, Aug. 27, 1824, a. 49 y. 
Thomas, s. John, July 17, 1696. 
Thomas, s. Richard, May 26, 1706. 
Thomas, s. Richard, May 26, 1706. 
Thomas, s. twin, John and Hannah, Apr. 22, 1712. 
William, s. William, jr., and Polly [Mary (Griffin), p. r. 40.], 

Jan. 22, 1817. [Jan. 26. p. r. 40; a.' 14 y. g. R. 5.] 
W[illia]m, nephew of David, Nov. 14, 1828. c. R. 3. 
William, Capt., in the insane hospital at Charlestown [of 

Annisquam. c. R. 6.], Dec. 30, 1831, a. nearly 83 y. c. R. 3. 
William [h. Mary (Griffin), p. r. 40.], m., trader, s. William 

and Ann, heart complaint. Tune 29, 1848, a. 69 y. 22 d. 

, d. John, Jan. 11, 1699-1700. 

, s. twin, stillborn, John and Hannah, Apr. 21, 1712. 

, inf. ch. Sam[ue]l, Apr. 23, 1806. c. r. 1. 

, ch. W[illia]m, jr., bur. Mar. 15, 1808, a. a few d. 

c. R. 3. 

, w. Theodore, bur. Feb. — , 1813. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. James, bur. Jan. 8, 1814. c. R. 6. 

, w. Capt. Charles, bur. May 27, 1814. c. R. 6. 

, d. Capt. Joseph, bur. Nov. 24, 1817, a. 3 w. c. R. 6. 

, inf. s. William [and Mary (Griffin), p. r. 40.], bur. 

July 17, 1820. c. R. 6. [d. July 15. p. r. 40.] 

, inf. twin chn. Phill[ip],'bur. Dec. 19, 1820. c. R. 6. 

, s. wid. Hannah, abroad, received notice, Oct. 28, 

1821. c. R. 6. 
, s. William and Polly Edgar (Littlehale), July 4, 1823. 

p. R. 40. 
, d. Nath[anie]l and Emeline, consumption, Sept. 16, 

1844, a. 3 m. 2 d. 

inf. s. Nathaniel and Emeline D., Sept. 17, 1844, 



G. R. 5. 

BACON, Abby, tailoress, w. Jacob, diarrhoea, Oct. 4, 1847, a. 

35 y. 2 m. 4 d. 
Amasa, s. Jacob and Hannah [F. g. r. 5.], Oct. 18, 1836. 

[a. 11 m. G. R. 5.] 



66 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Bacon, Ben Stacy, s. Jacob and [Mary. g. r. 5,] Eliza, con- 
sumption, Jan. 16, 1846, a. 1 y. 8 d. 

Hannah [F. g. r. 5.], w. Jacob, Sept. 29, 1836. [a. 25 y. 
G. R. 5.] 

Hannah F., d. Jacob and Mary E[liza. g. r. 5.], diarrhoea, 
Aug. 29, 1847, a. 5 y. 3 m. 2 d. 

Mary E[liza. g. r. 5.], w. Jacob, consumption, Mar. 16, 1846. 
a. 34 y. 7 m. 28 d. 

, s. stillborn, Jacob and Alba, Sept. 26, 1847. 

BAILEY (see also Baily, Bayley, Bayly), Charlotte, d. Joseph 

and Mary (Woodbury), Dec. 21, 1797. p. r. 53. 
Charlotte, d. William and Elizabeth (Thurston), Sept. 20, 

1832. a. 4 y. p. r. 54. 
Dorcas, w. Nathaniel, at the workhouse, Jan. 8, 1826, a. 79 

y. 6 m, 
Elizabeth, w. Joseph, lung fever, Apr. 27, 1849, a. 22 y. 11 

m. 20 d. 
Henry, unm., laborer, s. Henry and Lois, consumption, Apr. 

14, 1847, a. 22 y. [Apr. 1. g. r. 1.] 

Julia A., d. Joseph and Esther (Lane), Oct. 18, 1834. p. r. 

55. 
Lucy, w. James, Sept. 21, 1833, a. 77 y. G. r. 1. 
Nath[anie]l, Jan. 15, 1828, a. 79 y. c. R. 1. 
Polly [Mary (Woodbury), p. r. 53.], w. Joseph, Nov. 22, 

1818. c. R. 3. 
Rhoda, Avid., d. Andrew and Sally Griffin, consumption, Oct. 

15, 1847, a. 46 y. 6 m. 

Samuel [s. Joseph and Mary (Woodbury), p. r. 53.], drowned, 
July 6, 1825. c. R. 3. [July 1. p. r. 53.] 

BAILY (see also Bailey), Philip, s. Philip and Mary (San- 
ders), , 1743. 

BAKER, Abigal, d. Jabez, Aug. 23, 1744, in her 19th y. 

Anna, wid. Capt. Jabez, Mar. 3, 1800, a. 87 y. G. R. 2. 

Anne, Mrs. W. E., Mar. 2, 1768. c. r. 5. 

Ebenezer, s. Jabez, jr., Sept. 16, 1753, a. abt. 13 m. 

Jabez, s. Jabez, jr., and Anna [(Smith), Aug. 18, 1741. p. r. 

51.] . 

Jabez, Eld., Aug. 24, 1758. c. R. 5. 

Jabez, s. Jabez and Anna (Smith), Nov. 2, 1760. a. 18 y. 

6 m. p. R. 51. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 67 

Baker, John, s. Jabez and Anna (Smith), Mar. 1, 1761, a. 

16 y. 3 m. p, r. 51. 
Joseph [of Annisquam. c. r. 6; h. Mary (Norwood), p. r. 

50.], Nov. 10, 1823, a. abt. 16 y. c. r. 3. 
Joseph, h. Mary, Nov. 10, 1824. 
Mary [(Norwood), p. r. 50.], wid. Joseph [of Annisquam. 

c. R. 6.], June 15, 1832. c. r. 3. [June 13. p. r. 50; a. 

82 y. c. R. 6.] 
Rachel, w. Jabez, June 5, 1731, in her 48th y. 
Rachel, d. Jabez, jr. [and Anna (Smith), p. r. 51.], June 5, 

1738. '[a. 2 y. 9 m. p. r. 51.] 
Thomas, m., yeoman, s. Simon and Martha, old age, Apr. 22, 

1848, a. 86 y. 7 m. 4 d. 
William, m., yeoman, s. Thomas and Dollj', cancer on the 

boAvels, Apr. 1, 1848, a. 53 y. 2 m. 6 d. 

BALL, Hannah, wid., bur. Apr. 21, 1810, a. 75 y. c. r. 6. 

BAMBARY, see Brenby. 

BAPSON (see also Babson), Martha, wid. , Oct. 15, 

1772. c. R. 3. 

BARBER, Daniel, master of a schr. belonging to Joseph Allen. 

Esq. and Company, at the Island of Antego, No^". 8, 

1735, in his 30th y. 
Daniel, s. Daniel, Mar. 29, 1738, in his 4th y. 

BARKER, , inf. ch. Nath[anie]l, Oct. 3, 1808. c. R. 1. 

BARNES (see also Barns), Miles, of Boston, master of the 
ship Industr}^, wrecked on Salt Island, Jan. 11, 1796, in 
his 54th y. G. R. 1. 

BARNS (see also Barnes), Jemima, d. William, June 7, 1728, 

a. abt. 11 m. 
Keziah, d. twin, William and Jemima, June 8, 1728. 

BARRET (see also Barrett), Lucy, wid. William C, old age, 

Jan. 13, 1849, a. 87 y. 2 m. 11 d. [a. 88 y. G. R. 8.] 
W[illia]m [C. G. R. 8.], consumption, Apr. 24, 1808, a. 41 y. 

C. R. 1. 



68 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Barret, , inf. cli. , on board a vessel in the 

harbor, bur. July 9, 1753. 
, ch. George, dropsy in the head. bur. Oct. 12, 1830, 

a. 20 m. c. r. 6. 

BARRETT (see also Barret), George Shackleford [inf, c. R. 

6.], s. twin, John and Clarissa, Dec. 16, 1827. 
George T., m., trader, suddenly, Jan. 26, 1844, a. 47 y. 7 m. 

21 d. [a. 49 y. c. r. 6.] 
Will[ia]m Henry, s. George T. and Abigail, Oct. 9, 1828. 
, ch. George, bur. Nov. 19, 1832, a. 1^^ d. c. r. 6. 

BARTLETT, Abigail, d. John Heard, July — , 1798. p. r. 63. 
Daniel, h. Sarah (Cutts), s. John Heard, Oct. 22, 1843. p. r. 

63. 
Dorcas M., d. Daniel and Sarah (Cutts), July 20, 1825. p. r. 

62. 
Lucy, d. John Heard, Sept. 14, 1822. p. r. 63. 
Mary Emily, d. Joseph and Marv (Pool), Oct. [12, a. 2 y. c R. 

1.], 1833. p. R. 59. 
Nathan, s. John Heard, Apr. 12, 1756. p. r. 63. 
Nathaniel, s. Daniel and Sarah (Cutts), July — , 1840. p. r. 

62. 
William, s. John Heard, Sept. 12, 1772. p. r. 63. 

BASSET (see also Bassett), Francis G., ch. David and Susan, 
lung fever, June 12, 1846, a. 6 m, [June 10, 1846. a. 
4 m. 10 d. G. R. 2.] 

Susan [w. David. G. R. 2.], d. Epes and Susan Lane, con- 
sumption, Jan. 8, 1847, a. 39 y. 7 m. 6 d. 

BASSETT (see also Basset), David, s. David and Susan, con- 
sumption, Mar. 4, 1849, a. 24 y. 9 m. 
David, jr., Mar. 6, 1849, a. 22 y. 7 m. g. r. 2. 
Sally, at the workhouse, Dec. 25, 1822, a. 35 y. 
, Mrs., Feb. 24, 1822, a. abt. 70 y. c. R. 3. 

BATTEN (see also Battin, Batting, Batton), Hannah, at the 

poorhouse, Aug. 14, 1836, a. 50 y. 
Nancy, at the poorhouse, Jan. 17, 1829, a. 49 y. 

, w. , bur. Apr. 20, 1810. c. r. 6. 

, d. Samuel and Betsy, fits, Aug. 6, 1846, a. 1 m. 15 d. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 69 

BATTIN (see also Batten), Bethiah [Mrs. c. r. 6.], at the 

workhouse, Mar. 24, 1814, a. abt. 60 y. 
Betsy, at the poorhouse, Nov. 14, 1839. 
Ebenezer, at the workhouse, Oct. 13, 1824, a. 76 y. 

BATTING (see also Batten), Rowland. Feb. , 1733-4, 

a. abt. 24 y. 
, s. Rowland, deceased, and Abigail, , 1734, a. 

a few w. • 

BATTON (see also Batten), , inf. ch. Rol[and], Aug. 

29, 1810. c. R. 1. 

, Mrs., bur. Feb. 22, 1815. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. Roland, Aug. 16, 1807. c. R. 1. 

BAYLY (see also Bailey), Thomas, Oct. 15, 1704. 

BEACH, Emily, consumption, Aug. 15, 1833, a. 44 y. c. r. 1. 
John, Capt., at Chilicothe, O., received news, Feb. 7, 1819. 

C. R. 6. 

Mary, wid., bur. June 23, 1834, a. 84 y. c. r. 6. 
Mary P., Nov. — , 1832, a. 25 y. c. r. 1. 

BEADLE, Thomas, mariner, May 23, 1700. ct. r. 

BEAN, Edward, s. Hezekiah and Lydia, Dec. — , 1842. 

BEATEAY, , Mr., an Englishman, suddenly, in a ship 

anchored in the harbor, bur. Oct. 16, 1804. c. R. 6. 

BECKFORD (see also Bickford), Mar}^, consumption, Oct. 2, 
1817, a. 13 y. c. R. 1. 

BENET (see also Bennett), Abigail, wid. Anto[ny], Oct. 26, 
1733, a. bet. 70 and 80 y. [1734, a. 68 y. a r. 1.] 

Antony, June — , 1737. 

David, s. Anthoney and Rebacah, Aug. 19, 1728, in his 19th y. 

Job, "Supposed to be lost on a fishing Voyage to y^ Banks 
of y^ Isle of Sables. In the Spring of y*^ year 1738. Not 
being returned from y® first Fare till y^ 11th of July that 
Same year," , 1738. 

Job, s. Stephen and Mary (Hook), . [after June, 1745?] 

Job, s. John and Experience, Aug. 24, 1748. 



70 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Bf.net, Nathaniel, "Supposed to be lost on a fishing Voyage to 
y*' Banks of y^ Isle of Sables. In the Spring of y^ year 
1738. Not being returned from y'' first Fare till y* 11th 
of July that Same year," , 1738. 

BENNET (see also Bennett), Anthony, Jan. 12, 1690. 

Bethiah, d. Andrew, Sept. 4, 1715. 

Betsey, wid. William, Sept. 29, 1811, a. 31 y. c R. 1. 

Betsey, w. William, Sept. 28, 1817. 

Elezey, w. Capt. Noah, Feb. 10, 1809, a. 51 y. g. r. 1. 

Mary, w. Stephen, June 10, 1788, in her 79th y. g. r. 1. 

BENNETT (see also Benet, Bennet), Andrew, Jan. 15, 1717- 

18, a. abt. 36 y. 
Benjamin, drowned at sea, fishing, July 18, 1723, a. abt. 36 y. 
John, Feb. 1, 1724-5, a. abt. 38 y. 
Jonathan, s. Anthony and Rebecka, Mar. 21, 1717-18, a. abt. 

6 y. 5 m, 
Mary, d. Benj[amin] and Penelope, Mar. 9, 1724-5, a. abt. 9 y. 
William, h. Lucy, at sea on a wreck [after 1780?]. 

BENT, Mary Eliza, d. John and Emeline. Mar. 16, 1836. 
Marv Eliza, d. John and Emeline. Aug. 20, 1839. [a. 3 v. c. ii. 

'6.1 
Rachel, d. John and Emeline, Aug. 16, 1836. 

BERGEN, Sarah, at the workhouse, Mar. 15, 1817, a. abt. 74 y. 

BE — , Roch, June 5, 1731, in her 8th y. g. R. 1. 

BIBBER, Isaac, s. William and Mary Reed, Dec. 4, 1843. ^. 
2 y. 4 m. 20 d. 

BICKFORD (see also Beckford), Lucy, d. Andrew and Olive, 

Oct. 20, 1827. 
William, s. Andrew and Olive, June 10, 1826. 

BICKNER, Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Mary, Feb. 10, 1721-2. 

BISHOP, Benjamin, foreigner, at the workhouse, Oct. 29. 1821, 
a. 70 y. 

Hannah, wid. Benjamin [consumption, c. R. 1.], at the work- 
house, Oct. 7, 1818, a. 80 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 71 

Bishop, John, suicide, bur. May 10, 1832, a. 28 y. c. R. 6. 

Tudith, bur. Aug. 9, 1812. c. R. 6. 

Levi, fever. Mar. 9, 1819, a. 15 y. c. R. 1. 

Nabby, at the workhouse, Oct. 15, 1812. 

Samuel, at the workhouse. May 27, 1805. 

William, at the poorhouse, Sept. 8, 1828, a. 82 y. 

William, bur. Sept. 11, 1828, a. 30 y. c. R. 6. 

• , s. wid. fever, at the workhouse, bur. Jan. — , 1811, a. 

6 y. c. R. 6. 

BLACHFORD (see also Blatchford), , s. John and 

Mary, Sept. 29, 1843, a. 1 d. 

BLACK (see also Blacke), William, Nov. 26, 1800, a. 26 y. 

G. R. 1. 

BLACKE (see also Black), Tho[mas], s. Georg and Dorithy, 
June 25, 1658. ct. r. 

BLAISDELL, Daniel, d. Sept. 22, 1849. g. r. 3. 

BLANCHARD, , ch. , bur. Nov. 16, 1822. c. r. 

6. 

BLANCHFORD (see also Blatchford), Mary, Oct. 7, 1792. 

C. R. 5. 

, inf. ch. John and Mary, June 26, 1773, a. a few m. 

c. R. 3. 

BLATCHFORD (see also Blachford, Blanchford), Betsy 

[(Foster), p. r. 70.]. w. William, jr., Jan. 14, 1832. 
Caroline [P. p. r. 70.], d. William, jr. and Betsy) [(Foster), 

p. R. 70.], Dec. 14, 1815. 
Caroline, d. Samuel and Eliza, typhus fever, Oct. 5, 1846, a. 

1 y. 6 m. 6 d. 
Charles, h. Zelinda [(Goss), drowned, p. r. 64.] Aug. 6, 1835 

[Aug. 5. p. R. 64.] 
Eliza, d. Nathl. and Abigail, Dec. — [1803?] 
Esther, d. Ebenezer and Jane, Dec. 3, 1824. 
Fitz William, s. George and Abigail [drowned, c. r. 6.], Nov. 

10, 1836. [a. 4 y. c. R. 6.] 
George, s. Nath'. and Abigail, . "died young." 



72 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Blatchford, Henry, jr., s. Henry and Hannah (Gammage), 

Sept. 12, 1830.' p. R. 66. 
Henry, s. John and Sally, Oct. 4, 1835. 
John, s. John and Margaret, July 5, 1813. 
John, s. John and Margaret, July 12, 1827. 
Lucv S.,'d. William and Mrs. Mary (Tarr), Aug. 27, 1839. 

'p. R. 69. 
Sophia Andrews, d. John and Margaret, Mar. 20, 1822. 
Stephen G., s. Henry and Hannah (Gammage), Sept. 29, 

1803. p. R. 66. 

BLATCHPILL, , inf. ch. John and Mary, stillborn, 

Jan. — , 1775. c. r. 3. 

BLISSET, Ruth, wid., fever, Aug. 10, 1847, a. 64 y. 5 m. 

BOLSTER, Levi, apprentice to Capt. Higgins, from Saco, 
perished in an open boat after their vessel was upset, 
bur. Oct. 31, 1818, a. 14 y. C. R. 6. 

BOLT, . d. stillborn, Christain and Martha, Sept. 17, 

1848. 

BOND, Sarah, wid. , May 3, 1789, a. abt. 76 y. c. r. 2. 

BOOTMAN (see also Butman), Hannah, w. Jonathan, Apr. 

17, 1767. 
Jeremiah, "with James Lane, master of a fishing schooner, 

never heard of since they were on the Banks in 1753." 

rec. Dec. 27, 1754. 
John, Mar. 31, 1742, a. abt. 73 y. 
Thomas, of Prescott, Me., at the workhouse, bur. Mar. 20, 

1839, a. 32 y. c. R. 6. 

BOTHAM (see also Botheam), W[illia]m, at sea, , 

1808. c. R. 1. 

BOTHEAM (see also Botham), William, with Daniel Stanley, 
master of schr., lost on a fishing voyage near Isle of 
Sables, abt. middle of Aug., 1716, a. 25 y. 

BOUDREE, Peter, Jan. 18, 1738, in his 21st y. g. R. L 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



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BOWDEN (see also Bowdoin), Benjamin, at the workhouse, 
Dec. 13, 1823, a. 26 y. 

BOWDOIN (see also Bowden), James, mariner, b. Wells, Me., 
sailed on schooner General Scott, drowned in the gale, 
Nov. 25, 1846. 

BO WEN, Joanna, at the poorhouse, June 15, 1840, a. 60 y. 
Unis Ann, bur. Aug. 24, 1838, a. 17 y. c. R. 6. 

BOWERS, Lydia, bur. Mar. 23, 1821. c. R. 6. 

BOWMAN, John, s. Ebenezer and Elisabeth (Sanders). . 

[after Dec. 19, 1744?] 

BOYD, Adoniram, Dec. 8, 1838, a. 32 y. g. r. 6. 
Anna, wid. John, fever, Dec. 29, 1773, a. 40 y. c. r. 3. 
John, mortification, Nov. 9, 1772. c. R. 3. 

BOYENTON (see also Boynton), Enoch, Nov. — , 1805, a. 
abt. 78 y. c. r. 2. 

BOYINGTON (see also Boynton), John, dropsy, bur. Sept. 12, 

1818. c. R. 6. 
John, s. wid., bur. Sept. 29, 1822, a. 16 y. c. R. 6. 
Washington, s. Mary, bur. Oct. 26, 1822, a. 7 y. c. r. 6. 
, inf. ch. wid. Polly, bur. Aug. 14, 1824. c. R. 6. 

BOYLES (see also Byles), Charles, Capt., Mar. 9, 1782, a. 

abt. 81 y. c. r. 2. 
, ch. Nathaniel, Apr. — , 1773. c. R. 2. 

BOYNTON (see also Boyenton, Boyington, Boyonton), Brid- 
get, d. Benjamin, Jan. 12, 1736-7, in her 2d y. 

Eleazer [h. Elizabeth (Parsons), p. r. 78.], s. William and 
Ruth (Grover), Nov. 26. 1832. a. 61 y. p. r. 77. 

Elijah, m., suicide, Nov. 9, 1846, a. 66 y. 

Elisabeth [(Parsons), w. Eleazer. p. r. 78.], Aug. 24, 1837, 
65 y. c. R. 5. 

Elizabeth, d. Eleazer and Elizabeth (Parsons), Dec. 21, 1816. 
a. 16 y. p. R. 78. 

Joshua, h. Rebecca, Dec. 19, 1832. 

Lydia, Avid. Benjamin, at the workhouse, Jan. 2, 1819, a. 72 y. 



74 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

BoYNTON, Martha [wid. c. r. 6.] at the workhouse, Oct. 28, 

1815, a. 67 y. [Oct. 27. c. r. 1.] 
Mary, d. Benjamin, Jan. 15, 1736-7, in her 6th y. 
Mary, at the workhouse, Sept. 21, 1817, a. 40 y. 
Mary F., d. Joshua and Judith, Nov. 4, 1842, a. 7 y. 6 m. 

G. R. 5. 
Sally, d. Eleazer and Sally [(Blatchford), p. r. 80.], Aug. 

20, 1831. [Aug. 24, 1829. p. r. 80.] 
Stephen, s. Benjamin, Jan. 26, 1736-7, in his 5th y. 
William, s. William and Ruth (Grover), plague, Aug. 23, 

1719. p. R. 77. 
William, drowned near Nahant from fishing vessel. Mar. 2, 

1772. a. 35 y. p. r. 77. 
, s. stillborn Charles and Mina, Jan. 5, 1845. 

BOYONTON (see also Boynton), Nehemiah Grover, s. Wil- 
liam and Ruth, lost in Ship Tempest, [in Revolutionary 
War. p. r. 77] abt. 1782. c. r. 5. [1781. p. r. 77.] 

BRACKET (see also Brackett), Abbv Jane, d. Levi and Abi- 
gail [H. G. R. 7.], Sept. 1, 184L [1847. a. 7 m. g. r. 7.] 

Abigail, w. Levi, dropsy, Nov. 24, 1848, a. 35 y. 10 m. .11 d. 
[Nov. 25. a. 36 y. dup.] 

Eleanor, d. Levi and Abigail, cholera morbus, Sept. 13, 1847, 
a. 14 d. 

Joshua B., s. Levi and Abigail [H. g. r. 7.], lung fever, Aug. 
26, 1847, a. 1 y. 3 m. 5 d. [a. 1 y. 4 m. g. r. 7.] 

Judith Day, d. Levi and Abigail, measles, Sept. 17, 1847, a. 
4 y. 25 d. 

Samuel Augustus, s. Levi and Abigail, Sept. 3, 1842. 

BRACKETT (see also Bracket), , s. Levi and Abigail, 

canker, Aug. 15, 1848, a. 18 d. 

BRADFORD, Hannah, bur. Aug. 24, 1815, c. r. 6. 
John, grands. Abigail Trask, at St. Domingo, received notice, 
Sept. 1, 1816. c. r. 6. 

BRADSTREET, Benj[amin], Rev., h. Sarah (Greenleaf), 

May 2, 1762. p. r. 220. 
Ezekiel, jr., h. Hannah (Blatchford), drowned, Feb. 18, 1820. 

p. r. 87. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 75 

Bradstreet, Josiah, jr., mariner, s. Josiah and Elisabeth, 
drowned at sea, Oct. 6 [1849. in pencil.], a. 21 y. 

Sarah, d. Rev. Benja[min] and Sarah, Mar. 3, 1746-7. a. 
17 y. Id. G. R. 2. 

Susan, d. Josiah and Eliza (Allen), Oct. 10, 1833. 

BRADY, James. Mar. 14, 1731-2. 

BRAG, Abigail, at the workhouse, Apr. 27. 1813. 

BRAGDON, Martha Frances, d. William and Temperance 
(Jacobs), Sept. 3, 1836. p. r. 85. 

BRAY, Aaron, old age, Aug. 14, 1772. c. r. 2. 
Aaron, drowned, Apr. 23, 1811, a. abt. 39 y. C. R. 2. 

Abigail, w. Samuel, Sept. , 1764. 

Abigail, wid. John, at the workhouse, Dec. 28, 1818. a. 81 v. 

[Dec. 29, 1818. a. 80 y. c. r. 6.] 
Amos, July 28, 1843, a. 44 y. G. R. 4. 
Anna, d. Thomas and Rachel, Dec. — , 1829. 
Charles, s. Aaron and Anna, Sept. — , 1824, a. 2 y. g. r. 6. 
Charlotte, suddenl^^ putrid fever. Mar. 13, 1801, a. about 

13 y. c. R. 2. ' 
Daniell, s. Thomas, May 14, 1696. 
David, at sea, Sept. — , 1783, a. under 30 y. c. R. 2. 
Eben B., s. John W. and Mary, Apr. 25, 1825. 
Edward, Oct. — , 1798. c. r. 2. 
Elbridge Gerry [R. g. R. 4.]. s. Eli and Sarah A., fever. Eel). 

28, 1848, a. 2 y. 5 m. 
Eli. s. Aaron and H., fever. July 15, 1849, a. 3 y. 6 m. 10 d. 

Elisabeth, w. Aaron, , 1744. 

Emeline, d. James and Lois, June 15, 1841. 

Emma. d. Aaron and Anna, fever, Sept. 14, 1847, a. 3 m. 7 d. 

[July. G. R. 6.] 
Enoch, asthma, leatherge, Dec. 9, 1814, a. 85 y. c. r. 2. 
Franklin, s. Silas and Almira (Cressy), 2d w., July 29, 1836. 
George, s. Aaron and Anna, Dec. — , 1839, a. 1 y. g. r. 6. 
Hannah, at the poorhouse, July 7, 1829, a. 84 y. 
Harriet, d. Aaron and Anna, Jan. — , 1836, a. 3 y. G. R. 6. 
Humphrey, fever, at West Indies, Feb. 10, 1803, a. abt. 20 y. 

c. R.' 2. 
Humphry, s. Silas and Sarah, Jan. 4. 1844, a. 37 y. g. r. 4. 
Issa, Jan. 16, 1835. p. R. 24. 



76 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Bray, Issacher, in prison in England, Nov. — , 1814, a. abt. 25 

y. c. R. 2. 
John, Sept. 25, 1714. 

John, suddenly, at Squam, Apr. 28, 1794, a. abt. 68 y. c. R. 2. 
John, at the almshouse, bur. Jan. 30, 1844, a. 70 y, c. r. 6. 

Joseph M., s. John W. and Mary, , 1839. 

Joseph W., s. John W. and Mary, , 1820. 

Josiah, yeoman, s. Josiah, suddenly, Sept. 10, 1845, a. 65 y. 

Josiah, Capt., Oct. 15, 1845, a. 71 y. 3 m. g. r. 6. 

Joshua, h. Mary, July 21, 1829. 

Judith, maiden, Dec. — , 1796, a. abt. 40 y. c. R. 2. 

Juliann, spinster, d. Jeremiah and Lucy, consumption, Jan. 13, 

1847, a. 18 y. 10 m. 17 d. 
Lois, 2d w. James, July 15, 1841. 
Lucinda W., w. Isaac, Mar. 1. 1838, a. 22 y. 2 m. g. r. 14. 

Lucy, wid., , Dec. — . 1798. c. R. 2. 

Lucy, w. Capt. Moses, , 1799, a. 62 y. o. r, 4. 

Lydia, w. Humphrey, Sept. 14, 1779, a. 54 y. 3 m. g. R. 4. 
Lydia D., d. Silas and Mary, Feb. 22, 1831. [a. 3 y. 6 m. 

G. R. 4.] 

Margret, wid., Jan. 28, 1724-5, a. abt. 70 y. 

Mark, jr., at sea, June — , 1803, a. abt. 24 y. c. r. 2. 

Mark, bur. Feb. 15, 1821. a. 76 y. c. r. 6. 

Mary, "the aged," Mar. 27, 1707. 

Mary, \v. John, Feb. 18, 1768. 

Mary, wid. , consumption, Jan. 1, 1812. c. R. 2. 

Mary, w. [Capt. g. r. 4.] Silas, June 30, 1833. [a. 27 y. 

G. R. 4.] 
Mary, d. Silas and Almira (Cressy), 2d. w., Feb. 21, 1835. 

[a. 4 w. c. R. 6.] 
Molly, at the poorhouse, Feb. 2, 1839, a. 64 y. 
Moses, s. Moses and Mary, May 14, 1719. 
Moses, jr., Capt., drowned at sea, May 12, 1773. c. r. 2. 
Moses, numb palsy, July 19, 1773. a. above 70 y. c. r. 2. 
Moses, in captivit5\ Nov. — , 1779. c. r. 2. 
Moses, consumption, Dec. 9, 1842, a. 57 y. 
Nancy, w. James, Jan. 25, 1832. 
Nathaniel, May 2," 1728. 

Nathaniel, old age, Jan. 18, 1773, a. abt. 70 y. c. R. 2. 
Nathaniel, in captivity, Dec. — , 1778, a. near 30 y. c. R. 2. 
Nathaniel, Nov. — , 1795, a. abt. 15 y. c. R. 2. 
Peter, at Jamaica, July — , 1800, a. abt. 22 y. c. r. 2. 
Sally, w. Edward, June 27, 1843, a. 59 y. 5 m. o. r. 4. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



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Bray, Samuel, very suddenl_v, Feb. 19, 1803, a. abt. 83 y. 

c. R. 2. 
Sarah, d. Tho[mas], May 23, 1706. 

Sarah, d. Nathaniel and Sarah, June 4, 1720, a. 1 y. 10 m. 
Sarah A., d. Amos and Sarah T., Oct. 18, 1849, a. 22 y. g. r. 4. 
Sarah Amanda, d. Edward and Lydia, Mar. 23, 1841. A. and c. 
Sarah C, d. Silas and Almira, Apr. 10, 1849, a. 2 y. 10 d. 

G. R. 4. 
Sarah (Day), w. Epes, June 22, 1824. p. r. 264. 
Sarah T., w. Amos, June 6, 1838, a. 34 y. g. r. 4. [a. 35 y. 

c. R. 6.] 
Silas, s. Silas and Mary, Oct. 21, 1829. 
Silas, Sept. 2, 1830, a. 65 y. c. r. 4. 

Silas, 9. Silas and Mary, Mar. 27, 1849, a. 18 y. G. R. 4. 
Solomon, s. Capt. Isaac, drowned at sea, May — , 1805. c. r. 2. 
Thom[as], s. Thom[as], Aug. 12, 1653. 
Thomas, Nov. 30, 1691. 

Thomas, s. Thomas and Judith (Sargent) [after 1746?]. 
Thomas, Dr., Nov. 26, 1801, a. upwards of 80 y. c. R. 2. 
Thomas, NoA^ 7, 1808, a. abt. 50 y. c. R. 2. 
William W., s. James and Betsy, fits, Oct. 10, 1847, a. 1 v. 

7 m. 4 d. " 
Zebulun D.. s. Silas and Mary, Apr. 10, 1826. 

wid. Moses, Dec. — , 1778, a. 80 y. c. r. 2. 

w. Capt. Humphery May 6, 1779. c. R. 2. 

w. Enoch, , 1781. c. r. 2. 

wid. Aaron, Sept. — , 1783, a. upwards of 70 v. 
R. 2. 

ch. Mark, suddenly, June 4, 1786, a. abt. 9 m. c. r. 2. 

d. Edward, Nov. 12, 1794. a. abt. 3 y. c. R. 2. 

inf. ch. Eben[eze]r, Dec. 26, 1796. c. R. 2. 

w. Samuel, gravel and canker, Feb. — , 1800, a. abt. 
y. c. R. 2. 

inf. ch. John, stillborn, Oct. — , 1804. c. R. 2. 

w. Enoch, jr., Jan. 21, 1811, a. abt. 48 y. c. R. 2. 

wid. Dr. , Aug. 30, 1811, a. abt. 85 y. c. r. 2. 

ch. Peter, May — , 1817, a. abt. 22 m. c. R. 2. 

wid. cancer, Oct. 30, 1817, a. 92 y. c. R. 1. 

ch. John, jr. May — , 1819. c. R. 2. 

s. Mr. , cold, , 1821, a. abt. 5 y. c. R. 2. 

three ch. Capt. Josiah, , 1826. c. R. 2. 

ch. Benj[ami]n R., jr., Apr. 20, 1829. c. R. 3. 

inf. ch. Capt. Silas, bur. Oct. — , 1829. c. r. 6. 



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78 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Brav, , ch. Eli, bur. Nov. 6, 1829. c. R. 6. 

, ch. James and Betsy, fever, July 31, 1845, a. 1 y. 

BRAZER (see also Brazier), Thomas, s. John and Susan, 
. [1831?] 

BRAZIER (see also Brazer), , ch. Mr. , Mar. 

18, 1829, a. 3y2 y. c. R. 1. 

BRENBY, Jane [Bambary. g. r. 5.], wid. [w. Richard, g. R. 

5.], b, Halifax, N. S., d. James and Jane Martin, con- 
sumption, June 7, 1846, a. 49 y. 1 m. 5 d. 

BREWER, David, one of the company of the schr. Brittania. 

Thomas Wharfe master, supposed lost on a fishing trip, 

after Dec. — , 1754. 
Mary, d. John and Mary, Dec. 20, 1726, a. 3 m. 16 d. 

BRIDGES, Fitz William, s. Joshua, of Eastern Point, sore 

throat and scarlet fever, June 24, 1841. [a. 5 y. c. r. 6.] 
Loisa Elisabeth [Louisa, c. R. 6.], d. Joshua and Loisa of 

Eastern Point, sore throat and scarlet fever, June 28, 

1841. [bur. June 30. c. R. 6.] 
Louiza, w. Joshua, childbirth, bur. May 17, 1842, a. 29 y. 

c. R. 6. 

BRIER, , wid., bur. Feb. 6, 1812, a. 56 y. c. r. 6. 

BRIGGMAN, Henry W. [a native of Germany, g. R. 9.]. for- 
eigner, inflammation of the bowels, Jan. 16, 1849. [a. 
26 y. G. R. 9.] 

BRIGHT, , w. , d. Harkin, premature 

childbirth, bur. July — , 1807. c. r. 6. 

BRINDALL, Olive, May 7, 1806, a. 16 y. c. r. 1. 

BRIRAS (see also Brires), Mary, d. John and Elizabeth, Jan. 
11, 1661. 

BRIRES (see also Briras), Benjamin, s. John [Elizabeth, ct. 
R.] Jan. 27, 1660. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 79 

BROCK, Francis, Jan. — , 1714-15. 

BROOKS, Abigail Cleaveland, d. David and Patty, Nov. 30. 

1810. 

Abigail Cleaveland, d. David and Patty, , 1815. 

Benjamin, Capt., h. Louisa, Dec. 15, 1841, a. 41 y, 
Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Louisa, Dec. 17, 1841. [Dec. 16. 

c. R. 7.] 
David, s. David and Patty, Oct. 2, 1802. 
John, s. Reuben jr. and Nancy Eames (Allen), Apr. 28, 1842. 

p. R. 102. 
Josiah, h. Mrs. Rebecca (Smith), killed at the Battle of 

Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. p. r. 168. 
Martha, d. David and Patty, Sept. 22, 1801. 
Mary (Hadley), w. Dea. Reuben, June 10, 1818. p. r. 102. 
Mary [(Norwood), w. Reuben jr. p. r. 102.], consumption, 

Aug. 2, 1839. c. R. 5. 
Mary, d. Benjamin and Louisa, Dec. 20, 1841. 
Olive, d. David, jr. and Olive, Apr. 18, 1836. 
Reuben, Dea. [h. Mary (Hadley), p. r. 102.], injury from 

fall. Mar. 14, 1844. c. R. 5. 
Rhoda, d. David and Patty, Aug. 10 [1818?] 

BROOME, Walrond, s. James and Mary, [after Sept. 20, 
1732?] 

BROOMES, , s. James, Oct. — , 1737. 

BROWN (see also Browne), Abigail, Nov. 11, 1793, a. abt. 

50 y. c. R. 2. 
Abigail, d. Abigail, at the workhouse, Sept. 5, 1818, a. 1 y. 
Abigail, d. Daniel and Abigail, Aug. — , 1838. 
Ann, d. David and Abigail, Nov. 4, 1843. 
Anna Mary, d. Jonathan, jr. and Dorcas, June — , 1805. 
Benjamin, s. James and Lydia, Sept. 20, 1831. 
Benjamin Fredericks, s. Timothy W. and Eliza, May 17, 1832. 

[a. 3 y. c. R. 6.] 
Betsey, d. Jonathan, jr. and Dorcas, July 11, 1815. 
Clementina W. [Foster, c. R. 6.], d. Samuel W. and Hannah, 

Dec. 5, 1841, a. 1 y. 3 m. G. R. 5. 
Daniel, s. Polly, at the workhouse, Aug. 30, 1821, a. 19 m. 
Deborah, w. Ephraim, bur. Apr. 5, 1808. c. R. 6. 
Dorcas, d. Samuel and Dorcas, Sept. 16, 1768. 



8o GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Brown, Dorcas, consumption, Sept. 29, 1825, a. 55 }'. c. R. 1. 
Edward, s. Daniel and Abigail, Dec. — , 1815. 
Edward, at the w-orkhouse, Jan. 3, 1820, a. 8 m. 10 d. 
Elisabeth [Elizabeth, c. R. 6.], wid. James, at the workhouse, 

Dec. 5, 1818, a. 78 y. 
Elisabeth Kinsman, d. twan, Ephraim jr. and Hannah, Oct. 

2, 1821. 
Elisabeth W., d. Samuel and Hannah [Martha. G. R. 5.], fit, 

Mar. 25, 1846, a. 18 y. 1 m. [Feb. 25. c R. 5.] 
Elisha, h. Sally, at Surinam, Mar. 29, 1802. G. R. 5. 
Elisha, at the workhouse, Feb. 22, 1814. 
Elisha, h. Susan Edes, Jan. 20, 1827. [a. 34 y. g. r. 12.] 
Eliza, consumption, bur. Jan. 19, 1827, a. 34 y. c. R. 6. 
Eliza, w. Smith Rowe, bur. Sept. 15, 1833, a. 28 y. c. r. 6. 
Eliza J., d. Stephen and Esther [(Wheeler), p. r. 109.], Feb. 

13, 1832, a. 10 m. g. r. 1. 
Elizabeth, wid., liver complaint. Mar. 13, 1819, a. 67 y. c. r. 

1. 
Elizabeth, d. Capt. Stephen and Thomasine, June 16, 1827, 

a. 34 y. G. R. 12. 
Emeline, d. Capt. Stephen and Thomasine, Apr. 16, 1819, a. 

23 y. g. r. 12. 
Ephraim, s. Ephraim jr. and Hannah, May 23, 1816. [May 

22. a. 9 m. c. R. 1.] 
Eunice Amanda, d. Elisha and Eunice, consumption, Sept. 6, 

1849, a. 9 m. 25 d. [a. 10 m. g. r. 5.] 
Frances Augusta, d. Samuel and Hannah, Jan. 11, 1844, a. 

3 m. 2 d. 
Hannah, bur. Mar. 23, 1817, a. 83 y. c. r. 6. [d. Mar. 20, 

p. R. 144.] 
Hannah, Oct. 3, 1833, a. 84 y. c. r. 1. 
Hannah [K. c. r. 9.], w. Ephraim, typhus fever. Mar. 28, 

1847. 
James, h. Mary (Elwell), during the Revolution, , 

1779. p. R. 108. 
Job, s. Daniel and Sarah (Row), Aug. 15, 1751. 
John, Mar. 13, 1731-2, a. abt. 70 y. 
John, s. Jonathan, jr. and Dorcas, Sept. 30, 1790. 
John, bur. Mar. 13, 1818. c. r. 6. 
Jonathan, Mar. 10, 1807. p. R. 144. 
Jona[than], Oct. 11, 1809, a. 67 y. c. r. 1. 
Jonathan, at the poorhouse, Oct. 18, 1831, a. 87 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 8 1 

Brown, Jonathan, widr., blacksmith, s. Jonathan and Polly, 

inflammation in head, Feb. 1, 1847, a. 76 y. 1 m. 17 d. 

[1848 dup.] 
Joseph, s. John, Feb. 21, 1694-5.' 
Joseph [Franklin, p. r. 109.], s. Stephen and Esther 

[(Wheeler), p. r. 109.] Oct. 6, 1831. [1832. p. r. 109; 

Oct. 12. a. 13 m. c. R. 1.] 
Judith Wyer. d. Jonathan, jr. and Dorcas, Dec. 15, 1815. 

[fever. Dec. 24, 1815, a. 12 y. c. R. 1.] 
Julia A., d. Samuel W. and Hannah [throat distemper, c. R. 

3], Nov. 27, 1841, a. 3 y. g. r. 5. 
Lydia [ch. Mary. c. R. 6.], at the workhouse. May 19, 1816, 

a. abt. 2 y. 
Martha E. Woodbury, w. Samuel W., July 28, 1829. [a. 31 y. 

6 m. G. R. 5.] 
Martha Rowe, d. Benjamin Haelley and Dorcas, Apr. 9, 1827. 
Martha Rowe, d. Smith R., croup, bur. Apr. 13, 1828. c. R. 6. 
Martha W., w. S., bur. July 31, 1829, a. 31 y. c. r. 6. 
Mary, w. Jonathan [jr. dup.] May 21, 1786, in her 38th y." 

G. R. 1. 
Mary, d. Jonathan, jr. and Dorcas, Sept. 15, 1801. 
Mary, d. Jonathan, jr. and Dorcas, May — , 1802. 
Mary, Mrs., bur. Sept. 8, 1836. c. R. 6. 
Mary (Elwell), w. James, Sept. — , 1835. a. 50 y. p. r. 108. 
Mary Kinsman, d. twin, Ephraim jr. and Hannah, Oct. 16, 

'l821. 
Miriam [w. Abraham, c. r. 6.], at the workhouse, Dec. 6, 1817, 

a. 42 y. 
Nathaniel Marchant, inf. s. Elisha, bur. Jan. 4, 1818. c. R. 6. 
Sally, at the poorhouse. Mar. 20, 1837, a. 72 y. 
Samuel [W. c. R. 6.], s. Elisha, Apr. 19, 1842, a. 22 y. g. r. 12. 
Samuell, fever, Oct. — , 1775. c. r. 2. 
Sarah, wid., Oct. 23, 1822, a. 85 y. g. r. 4. 
Sarah, Miss, Apr. 1, 1837, a. 71 y. G. r. 1. 
Sarah, at Roxbury, Dec. 14, 1847, a. 71 y. g. r. 4. 
Stephen, Capt., many years blind, bur. Mar. 20, 1807, a 

90 y. c. R. 6. 
Stephen, s. Jonathan, jr. and Dorcas, Sept. — , 1807. 
Stephen, at the workhouse, Nov. 5, 1815, a. 74 y. [Nov. 4. 

c. R. 1.] 
Susan Edes, w. Elisha, Apr. 11, 1824. [a. 26 y. c. R. 6 ; Apr. 

15. G. R. 12.] 



82 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



Brown, Susan [d. Stephen and Esther g. r, 1.: (Wheeler), 
p. R. 109.] Dec. — , 1832, a. 20 y. C. R. 1. [Dec. 31, 1832, 
a. 19 y. G. R. 1.] 
Thomas, bur. July 26, 1822. c. r. 6. 
Thomasine, wid. Capt. Stephen, Dec. 30, 1815, a. 49 y. G. R. 

12 [a. 50 y. c. r. 6.] 
Timothy W., h. Eliza, Mar. 18, 1835. 

William, mariner, b. [at Oben. G. R. 11.] Sweden, inflammation 
of the brain, Jan. 17, 1849, a. 30 y. 
ch. Mrs., Sept. 22, 1805. c. r. 1. 
inf., ch. Jona[than], 3d, Apr. 27, 1806. c. r. 1. 
ch. Mr., Jan. 11, 1807, a. 2 y. c. R. 1. 
w. Winns, at the workhouse, bur. Apr. — , 1810. C. R. 



6. 



ch. John, quinsy, bur. Apr. 19, 1815, a. 5 y. c. R. 6. 

ch. John, fever. Mar. 21, 1819, a. 17 m. c. R. 1. 

ch. Daniel, bur. Aug. 2, 1756, a. abt, 9 [y.] 

inf. s. George, bur. Oct. 23. 1823. c. R. 6. 

w. John, bur. Mar. 9, 1825. c. r. 6. 

ch. George, bur. July 9, 1825, a. 21 m. c. r. 6. 

inf. ch. Samuel W., bur. Jan. 12, 1844. c. R. 6. 
— [Samuel W. g. r. 5.], s. stillborn, Samuel W. and Han- 
nah, Oct. 2, 1845. 
— , s. stillborn, Jonathan and Lydia, Feb. 5, 1846. 



BROWNE (see also Brown), [Ben]jamin, s. Joseph and Marv, 

3, 1740. 

Jonathan, s. John, July 22, 1701. 
Rebeckah, w. John, sr., June 24, 1711. 
William, May 3, 1662. 

, s. John and Rebeckah, Sept. 21, 1707, a. 7 d. 

a, d. Joseph and Mary, July 31, 1741, 

, s. Joseph and Mary, June 30, 1743. 

, s. Joseph and Mary, Sept. 30, 1744. 

BURGANE (see also Burgen), Sylvanus B., s. Thomas and 
Susan [C. (Herrick), p. r. 119.], fever, June 7, 1845. 
a. 2 y. [Sept. 23, 1845, a. 2 y. 6 m. g. r. 6.] 



BURGEN (see also Burgane, Burgin), Sylvanus B., s. Thomas 
and Susan [C. (Herrick), p. r. 119.], June 6, 1846, a. 3d. 



GLOaCESTER DEATHS 82, 

BURGESS, John, servant to Thomas Wharfe master of the 
schr. Brittania, supposed lost on a fishhig trip, after 
Dec. -.-, 1754. 

BURGIN (see also Burgen), , s. Thomas and S., fever, 

June 12, 1849, a. 7 d. 

BURN (see also Burns), Will[ia]m, s. John, consumption, 

Dec. 7, 1772, a. 4 m. c. r. 3. 
, ch. John, Nov. 11, 1773. c. R. 3. 

BURNAM (see also Burnham), Eliz[abet]h, d. Thomas and 

Margaret, of Ipswich, Feb. 23, 1730, in her 16th y. G. R. 

2. 
John, "Supposed to be lost on a fishing Voyage to y^ Banks 

of y** Isle of Sables. In the Spring of y^ year 1738. 

Not being returned from y® first Fare till y^ 11th of July 

that Same year," , 1738. 

Samuel, fever, Aug. 14, 1772. c. r. 2. 

, wid. , July — , 1798, a. upwards of 80 

y. c. R. 2. 

BURNHAM (see also Burnam), Aaron [s. Aaron and Sarah, 
G. R. 1.], at sea, Dec. 8, 1805, a. 23, y. c. r. 1. 

Aaron, Apr. 25, 1814, a. 59 y. g. r. 1. 

Aaron, Feb. 3, 1824, a. 75 y. G. R. 1. 

Ann, d. Jonathan and Polly, drowned in harbor by boat up- 
setting, July 8, 1843, a. 18 y. 4 m. 3 d. 

Augustus M., m., b. Essex, drowned at sea, Oct. 6 [1849. in 
pencil.], a. 35 y. 

Betsy, d. Aaron and Sarah, May 30, 1792, a. 8 m. 5 d. G. R. 1. 

Betsy, w., d. James and Mary Lane, consumption, Dec. 16, 
1848, a. 45 y. 10 m. 7 d. 

Caroline Sayward [inf. c. r. 6.], d. Simeon and Sally, March 
25, 18[2- T. c. ; 1825. g. r. 5.] 

Charles, m., mariner, s. Jonathan and Ruthy, fits, Sept. 17, 
1847, a. 49 y. 3 m. 10 d. 

David, Sept. 16, 1830, a. 65 y. g. r. 13. 

Ebenezer, Sept. 5, 1832. G. R. 6. 

Elias N., s. Elias and Sarah A., Dec. 14, 1846, a, 5 y. 9 m. 
G. R. 5. 

Eliz[abe]th, consumption, Feb. 10, 1809. c. R. 1. 

Emeline, d. Warren and Eliza, Dec. 21, 1831. 



84 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

BuRNHAM, Emily Ayers, d. Jonathan and Polly, Jan. 28, 1820. 
Fitz W[illiam. g. r. 5.], s. Jonathan [jr. G. r. 5.], and Sally 

[G. G. R. 5.], lung fever, Mar. 22, 1848, a. 3 y. 9 m. 

[Mar. 15, 1846. g. r. 5.] 
Fitz W[illia]m, unm., mariner, s. Jonathan and Polly, drowned 

in harbor by boat upsetting, July 8, 1843, a. 23 y. 2 m. 

10 d. 
Gorham, jr., blacksmith, s. Gorham and Sarah [Sally (Bald- 
win), p. R. 123.], blasting rocks, June 17, 1843. a, 20 y. 

3 m. 
Hannah, w. Ebenezer, d. Nov. 15, 1832. o. r. 6. 
Jeremiah, bur. July 11, 1824. c. r. 6. 

Jesse, s. Jesse and Joanna (Andrews), , 1796. p. r. 15. 

Jesse, miller, b. Essex, suddenly, Oct. 10, 1845, a. 72 y. [d. 

Oct. 31. p. R. 15.] 
John, fever, July 15, 1819, a. 35 y. c. r. 1. 
Jonathan, s. Jonathan, jr. [Sally G. (Tarr), p. r. 127.], bur. 

Mar. 20, 1841, a. nearly 6 y. c. R. 6 [d. Mar. 15. p. r. 

127.] 
Jonathan, jr., m., watchman, s. Jona[than] and Mary, suicide. 

Mar. 29, 1849, a. 35 y. 3 m. 10 d. [Mar. 14. g. r. 5.] 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Lydia, canker on the bowels, Jan. 2, 

1846, a. 9 m. 10 d. 
Joseph A., b. Essex, mariner, s. Joseph and Sarah, drowned 

in the Kennebec River, Nov. 7, 1846, a. 22 y. 4 m. 19 d. 
Joseph W., s. Warren and Eliza [croup, c. r. 6.], Mar. 1, 

1841, a. 3 y. 2 m. g. r. 5. [Mar. 3. c. R. 6] 
Loammi Baldwin, s. Gorham and Sally [Baldwin, p. r. 123.]. 

Dec. 24, 1832 [a. 4 m. G. R. 5.]' 
Mary, w. Jeremiah, bur. Sept. 29, 1819. c. r. 6. 
Mary, w. Jonathan, consumption, Sept. 19, 1843, a. 48 y. 4 ra. 

24 d. 
Mary, w. John G., Nov. 10, 1844, a. 39 y. G. r. 6. 
Moses, s. Aaron and Sarah, at Plymouth, Eng., Oct. — , 1812. 

a. 26 y. G. R. 1. 
Polly, w. Jonathan, Sept. 19, 1843. 
Ruth, b. Ipswich, wid. Jona[than], old age, Nov. 22, 1844, 

a. 77 y. 
Sally G., w. Jonathan, jr., consvmiption, Apr. 10, 1845, a. 

27 y. 14 d. 
Samuel, s. Aaron and Sarah, Aug. 29, 1788, a. 21 d, g. r. 1. 
Samuel Davis, s. Aaron and Sarah, Dec. 14, 1795, a. 5 ra. 

20 d. G. R. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 85 

BuRNHAM, Sarah, w. Aaron, Apr. 25, 1814, a. 59 y. G. R. 1. 
Simeon, jr., s. Simeon and Sally [suddenly, c. R. 1.], March 

8, 1819 [a. 2 y. c. r. 1.] 
Simeon, jr., s. Simeon and Sally, March 17, 18[3- t. c, ; 

1831, G. R. 5 ; a. 2 y. c. R. 6.] 

, wid. , fever, Nov. — , 1775. c. r. 2. 

, s. Jesse, May — , 1796, a. abt. 7 y. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Jesse, Dec. — , 1796, a. abt. 17 m. c. r. 2. 

, ch. Jesse, Dec. — , 1799, a. abt. 6 m. c. r. 2. 

, Mrs., bur. Jan. 5, 1819. C. R. 6. 

, ch. Jonathan, bur. Jan. 29, 1822. C. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. and , (she was Eliza Lane), 

Julv 17, 1826. c. R. 3. 

,'Mr., suddenly, Sept. 16, 1830, a. 65 y. c. R. 1. 

, bur. Apr. 24, 1835, a. 94 y. 8 m. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Leonard, bur. Nov. 14, 1835, c. R. 6. 

, s. Jonathan, bur. May 25, 1836, a. 2 y. 6 m. c. R. 6. 

, d. Joseph, bur. Aug. 10, 1837, a. 3 w. c. R. 6. 

, s. Joseph, bur. Sept. 30, 1839, a. 11m. c. R. 6. 

, d. Parker and Lucy, consumption, Aug. 20, 1848, a. 



22 d. 

BURNS (see also Burn), Betty, d. wid. , smallpox, 

Mar. 14, 1779, a. 5 y. c. r. 3. 
John, supposed to be lost at sea in a privateer commanded by 

one John Cloulson who with all his crew were lost — 

about 60 men belonged to this town, , 1779. c. R. 3. 

Stephen, drowned "at the Eastward a fishing," Nov. — , 1718. 
William, s. William Pitts and Laura (Tarr), Mar. — , 1831. 

p. R. 132. 

BURRILL, John, deformed, at the workhouse, bur. Nov. 10, 
1810. c. R. 6. 

BUTLER (see also Buttler), Anna P., d. John and Susan 

(Jones), Mar. 12, 1849. p. r. 134. 
Caroline, d. William and Susan, throat distemper, Aug. 13, 

1847, a. 3 y. 10 m. 
Charlotte, Mrs., Mar. 10, 1831. c. R. 3. 
Charlotte A., Aug. 8, 1837, a. 3 y. 5 m. 20 d. G. r. 2. 
David, s. Addison and Ellen B. (Robinson), Sept. 16, 1841. 

p. R. 133. 
Emily x\nn. May 1, 1825. p. r. 184. 



86 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Butler, George A,, s. John and Susan, chin cough. Mar. '2^. 

1849, a. 9 m. 
Henrv, s. Daniel and Rhoda, dropsv in head, Aug. 3, 1844. 

[1841, a. 11 y. g. r. 6.], a. 11 y. 2 m. 5 d. 
Jacob [B. p. R. 134.], s. John and Susan [(Jones), p. r, 134.]. 

dropsy, May 13, 1843, a. 15 d. [May 14. p. r. 134.] 
Jane, d. Charles and Charlotte, consmnption, Aug. 18, 1844, 

a. 31 y. 3 m. [June, dup.] 
John, Capt., very suddenly, supposed of the cramp in the 

.stomach. May 11, 1822, a. abt. 70 y. c. r. 3. 
Martha, d. Walter and Martha (Clark), . 1814. p. r. 

135. 
Martha, d. Walter and Martha, Nov. 28, 1832. c. R. 3. 
Martha, wid. John, consumption, May 3, 1848, a. 72 y. 8 m. 

6 d. " 

Martha (Clark), w. Walter, Dec. 12, 1841. p. r. 135. 
Mary, d. John and Mary, smallpox, Jan. 29. 1779, a. 2 m. 

c. R. 3. 
Mary, wid. John, bur. July 21, 1831. c. R. 3. 
Mercy, av. David [after Apr. 13, 1830?] 

Phebe, wid. , asthma, Jan. 26, 1781, a. 80 y. c. r. 3. 

Sarah, d. William and Susan, throat distemper, Aug. 18, 1847, 

a. 1 y. 11 m. 28 d. 
Susan, May 30, 1839, a. 23 y. 8 m. 14 d. g. r. 2. 
Susan Louisa, d. John and Susan (Jones), Sept. 9, 1842. 

p. R. 134. 
Walter, m., veoman, s. John and Mary, consumption. May 13, 

1843, a.' 58 y. 7 d." [Mar. 15, a. 54 y. p. r. 135.] 
, ch. Jonathan, smallpox. July — , 1804. a. abt. 6 m. 

c. R. 2. ' 

, s. James, drowned. Apr. 11. 1819. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. James, bur. Sept. 10, 1820. c. R. 6. 

, w. James, bur. Oct. 2, 1820. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. Ignatius, May 26, 1824. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Charles, Aug. 20, 1825. c. r. 3. 

, inf. ch. John, bur. July 12, 1831. c. r. 6. 



BUTMAN (see also Bootman), Elizabeth, d. John and Marcv, 

July 10, 1729. 
Esther, d. Samuel and Mary, complication of ails. Mar. 14, 

1773, a. 3 y. c. r. 3. 
Jeremiah, master of a fishing sloop, lost at sea on his return 

voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. — , 1716, a. 26 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 87 

BuTMA.x, Jeremiah, h. Martha, Jan. 3, 1824. p. r. 139. 
Jonathan, Apr. 9, 1816, a. 80 y. c. R. 3. 
Lucy (Norwood), w. Jeremiah jr.. May 6, 1838. p. r. 138. 
Marcy [Mary. g. r. 4.]. -w. John, jr., Oct. 25, 1730, in her 

23d y. [Oct. 24. a. 23 y. a R. 4.] 
Martha, w. Jeremiah, June 21, 1830. p. r. 139. 
Sophia Ann. d. John and Maria (Pool), Sept. 23, 1833. a. 

6 m. p. R. 139. 
William, s. Jeremiah and Abigail, Oct. 25, 1716, a. 10 d. 

BUTTLER (see also Butler), Henry, s. James, accident, bur. 
Nov. 25, 1822, a. 6 y. c. R. 6. 

BYENTON (see also Boynton), ch. Elijah, Sept. 22, 1778, a. 
1 y. 9 m. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Elijah, Jan. 22, 17S5, a. abt. 3 m. c. R. 2. 

BYLES (see also Boyles), Charles, Capt., Mar. 9, 1782. in 

his 82d y. G. R. 4. 
Hannah, wid. Capt. Charles, consumption. Mar. 9, 1785, a. 

above 70 y. c. R. 2. [in her 76th y. G. R. 4.] 

BYRON, John, a Greek orphan, brought here by Capt. Hutch- 
ings, deceased, killed by lightning on his passage to New 
Orleans, received news, May 1, 1831, a. 17 y. c. R. 6. 

CABA^fN, Hannah [consumption, c. r. 6.], at the workhouse, 
Sept. 22, 1811. 

CAFFREN (see also Cofferen), Joseph, school master, Sept. 
6, 1814. c. R. 3. 

CAIN (see also Cane), Joseph, m., mariner, b. Maine, lost 

at sea, Dec. 20, 1843, a. 30 y. 3 m. 10 d. 
Susan [A. g. r. 5.], b. Liverpool, N. S., w. Arthur Cain [at 

Sydney, Me., g. r. 5.], throat distemper and scarlet fever, 

Jan. 8, 1848, a. 22 y. 3 m. 28 d. 

CALDER, Nancy, d. Capt. Samuel, suddenly, at Exeter, bur. 

May 28, 1808, a. 16 y. c. R. 6. 
Nancy, wid. Capt. S., bur. Dec. 24, 1828, a. 65 y. c. R. 6. 
Samuel. Capt., bur. Dec. 21, 1817. c. r. 6. 
, ch. Capt, Oct. 8, 1805. c. r. 1. 



88 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

CALDWELL, William, s. William and Eliza (Goss), Aug. 
27. 1826. p. R. 474. 

CALEF, Ann B., Feb. 14, 1832, a. 27 y. c. r. 5. 

Daniel. June 16, 1839, a. 30 y. G. R. 6. 

Harriet Haskell, d. John C. and Eliza, Sept. 24, 1841. 

Henry H., s. John C. and Eliza B., canker, Sept. 8, 1849, a. 

1 y. 1 m. & d. [Sept. 7. p. r. 146.] 
Phebe [Bartlett. g. r. 5.]. w. Amos, consumption, Mar. 20. 

1847, a. 69 y. [a. 70 y. g. r. 5.] 
Samuel T., Nov. 22, 1845, a. 36 y. g. r. 5. 

CALKINGE, Reabeackeye, d. Hue and Hanne, 14:1 m:1651. 

CAMPBELL, William, at Rainsford Island in Boston Har- 
bor, smallpox, May 11, 1778, a. 23 y. c. r. 3. 

CANE (see also Cain), Althen [Ellathea. g. r. 5.]. s. 
Arthur and Susan [A. at Sydney, Me., G. R. 5.], throat 
distemper and scarlet fever, Jan. 7, 1848, a. 1 y. 6 m. 
29 d. 

Samuel], July 19, 1709. 

CANEBE (see also Canneby), Lydia. d. Thomas and Eydia, 
Feb. 11. 1729-30, a. abt. 20 m. 

CANNEBE (see also Canneby), Thomas, s. Thomas and Ledia, 
Dec. 4, 1733. 

CANNEBY (see also Canebe, Cannebe), Thomas, "Supposed 
to be lost on a fishing Voyage to y^ Banks of y® Isle of 
Sables. In the Spring of y^ year 1738. Not being re- 
turned from y'' first Fare till y^ 11th of July that Same 
year," , 1738. 

CARD, Benjamin, "at Canso," fever, , 1738. 

Mary, d. William and Mary, . [after 1748?] 

Mary Babson, Mrs., Oct. 16. 1801, a. 76 y. 
Rachel, suddenly, Feb. 22, 1808, a. 65 y. c. r. 1. 
Willi[am], on schr., Samuel Stevens, master, lost near Isle 

Sables, Apr. — , 1722. 
William, Capt., July 7, 1736, a. abt. 74 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 89 

CARLTON, Julia Ann, dressmaker, d. Frederick and Lois, 
consumption, May 10, 1848, a. 25 y. 2 m. 21 d. 

CARTER, Amelia, bur. Nov. 14, 1832. c. R. 6. 

Anna, w. Joseph, Jan. 1, 1819. c. R. 3. 

Eliza, S.. d. Smith and Eliza, measles. May 1. 1849, a. 8 m. 

26 d. 
Esther, bur. Nov. 26, 1836, a. 81 y. c. R. 6. 
Gideon, Nov. — , 1825, a. 73 y. c. r. 1. 
Harriet, w. Benjamin, consumption. May 13, 1843, a. 50 y. 

3 m. 10 d. " 
Henry Obed. s. Obed and Marv (Allen), Dec. 27. 1832. p. r. 

13. 
Tames, only son James K. N. and Alice S. Riggs, d. Aug. 25. 

1842. G. r. 5. 
John, ch. Joseph, bur. May 23, 1826. c. r. 3. 
John, at the workhouse, fits, bur. June 12, 1843. a. 17 v. c. R. 

6. 

Judith, w. Joseph, . [after 1769?] 

Matilda, w. Joseph, Sept. 20, 1828. c. r. 3. 
William P., at the poorhouse, Feb. 22. 1832, a. 30 y. 

, wid., bur. Dec. 15, 1813, a. 94 y. c. R. 6. 

, bur. Dec. 22, 1823. c. r. 6. 

CARTON, , of the West Parish, bur. Apr. 12, 1832. 

C. R. 6. 

CASS, Ebenezer, smallpox, Jan. 30, 1779. a. 77 y. c. R. 3. 
Lydia, w. Ebenezer. complication of disorders, Jan. 7, 1775, .1. 
63 y. c. R. 3. 

CASWELL Arthur [jr. p. r. 148.]. caulker and graver, b. Old 

York, Me., consumption. May 14, 1844, a. 62 y. 5 m. 14 

d. [July. p. r. 150.] 
Betsey, w. Samuel, Sept. 8. 1821. a. 48 v. G. R. 12. [Sept. 1. 

p. R. 149.] 
Frances H[oward. g. r. 13.], s. George and Abigail [(Shaw), 

p. r. 149.], throat distemper, Jan. 2, 1846, a. 1 y. 5 m. 

19 d. 
John, s. Arthur and Judith (Davis). Sept. 10, 1810. p. r. 148. 

Martha, w. Samuel, May 14, . a. 67 y. p. r. 149. 

Samuel, m.. b. Old York, Me., caulker and graver, heart 

complaint. Mar. 23, 1847, a. 77 y. 10 m. [a. 78 y. G. R. 

12; a. 77 y. 10 m. 11 d. dup.] 



go GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Caswell, William, s. Arthur and Judith (Davis), June 24, 

1835! p. R. 148. 
, inf. ch. Arth[u]r, Sept. 25, 1810. c. R. 1. 

GATE, Charles E., s. Joseph and Nancy (Chard), June 2, 
1837. P. R. 155. 

CATHARAL, Eliza, a child, at the workhouse, Sept. 15, 1806. 

CATON, Edmund, at Steeven Row's, Feb. 28, 1711-12. 

CAWDLE, Abigail, Mrs., bur. May 13, 1841, a. 77 y. c. r. 6. 

CENTER (see also Centre, Senter), Addison, m., stage 

driver, s. William and Hannah, lung fever, Sept. 24, 1847, 

a. 34 y. 10 m. 10 d. 
Amanda F. [d. A. c. R. 6.], , 1836. c. r. 5. [h\v. 

Jan. 12. a. 3 w. c. r. 6.] 
Anderson, Sept. 25, 1847, a. 35 y. c. R. 1. 

Betsy, , 1841. c. r. 1. 

Enoch, bur. Jan. 28. 1834, a. 37 y. c. r. 6. 

[Georgiana T. g. r. 5.] ch. Mary, Oct. — , 1847, a. 2 y. c. r. 1. 

Henry, Nov. — , 1833, a. 24 y.' c. R. 1. [bur. Nov. 20, 1833. 

a. 23 y. c. r. 6.] 
Laomi, Dec. 24, 1841. c. r. 1. 
Mary, fits, July 14, 1816, a. 15 y. c. r. 1. 
Oldin [H. G. R. 5.], s. Addison and Marv, Oct. 23, 1845, a. 

1 y. 7 m. H d. [Oct. 28. c R. 1.] 

Sally, affection of the heart, June 6, 1828, a. 32 y. c. r. 1. 
William paralysis, May 8, 1833, a. 68 y. c. R. 1. 
Willia-^ri Sturgis, s. William and Hannah, Jan. 27, 1823. 

CENTRE (see also Center), John James, s. John James, bur. 
Aug. 22, 1839, a. 17 m. c. r. 6. 

CHALICE, . ch. , dysentery, bur. Nov. 12, 1810, 

a. 4 y. c. R. 6. 

CHAMPNEY, , ch. Mr. , June 12, 1808, a. abt. 

2 y. c. R. 2. 

CHANDLER, Anna, d. Rev. Samuel, consumption, Feb. 19, 
1765. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 9 1 

Chandler, Samuel, Rev., pastor of first church, consumption, 
Mar. 16, 1775, in his 62d y. and 24th y. of his ministry, 
c. R. 3. 

Zebulun M. [inf. c. R. 6.], s. John and iNIahala, lung fever, 
Aug. 20, 1843, a. 6 m. 6 d.' 

CHARD, Anna [(Warner), p. r. 157.], w. David [Thompson 

p. R. 157.], Sept. 14, 1840, in her 73d y. G. R. 2. 
Betsy, d. David [Thompson and Anna (Warner), p. r. 157.1, 

'suddenly, Sept. 21, 1809, a. 13 v. c! r. 3. [Sept. 20. p. r. 

157.] 
David T., May 9, 1842, in his 81st y. G. R. 2. 
Diana [d. David Thompson and Anna (Warner), p. r. 157.], 

Oct. 19, 1825. c. R. 3. [Oct. 18. p. r. 157.] 
Ezekiel, Feb. 5, 1835. p. r. 157. 
Howard Swain, s. Thomas and Mary [of Annisquam. c. r. 6.] 

Oct. 5, 1840, a. 14 m. [Oct. 6, 1840. c. R. 6.] 
Martha, w. Stephen, bur. July 17, 1831. c. r. 3. 
Mary Frances, d Thomas and Mary, Sept. 23, 1834. [Sept. 

'l, 1834. dup. a. 15 m. G. R. 9.] ' 
Nancy, w. Stephen, , 1815. c. R. 3. [Feb. 9, 1815. a. 38 

y. G. R. 2.] 
Stephen, of Annisquam, bur. Sept. 3, 1832, a. 64 y. c. R. 6. 
, Mrs., mother of Stephen. Nov. 13. 1826, a. 94 v. c. r 

3. 

CHEEVERS, Josiah, at the workhouse, Jan. 31. 1806. [a. 74 
y. c. R. 1.] 

CHINE, Edmund, s. Peter and Lydia, dropsv, Oct. 29, 1845, 
a. 22d. 

CHOATE, Daniel Fuller, s. William and Sally, July 2. 1820. 
Ephraim, s. Josiah and Patience, [bef. Feb., 1742-3.] 
Ephraim, Lt., drowned near the bar of Chebacco River, Oct. 

1, 1784. a. 40 y. c. r. 2. 
Hannah, d. Solomon and Joanna, Nov. 20, 1805. p. r. 166. 
Hannah, Mrs. June 28, 1817, a. abt. 68 y. c. R. 2. 
Joanna, w. Solomon, Aug. 11, 1830. p. r. 166. 
Johanna, Jan. 18, 1835. c. r. 5. 
John Steele, s. William and Sally, Oct. 21, 1809. 
Josiah, Dea., Aug. 26, 1798, a. abt. 83 y. c. R. 2. [Aug. 20, 

1798. G. R. 4.] 



92 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Choate, Judith, wid. , , 1827. C. R. 2. 

Lucy Ann [d. Solomon, jr., and Lucy C. (Jewett), p. r. 165.1, 

consumption, Sept. 20, 1841. c. R. 5. 
Mary, d. William and Sally, Oct. 8, 1819. 
Nathan, s. Solomon and Joanna, Sept. 18, 1826. p. r. 166. 
Patience, wid. Dea. Joslah, Oct. 23, 1813, a. 97 y. c. R. 2. 
Polly, dropsy, July 30, 1840. c. R. 5. 

Polly Perkins, d. Solomon and Joanna, Jan. 18, 1835. p. R. 166. 
Solomon, h. Joanna, May 14, 1832. p. r. 166. 
Solomon, s. Solomon and Joanna, June 11, 1834. p. r. 166. 
Stephen, s. Solomon and Joanna, Aug. 3, 1838. p. r. 166. 
William, s. William and Sally, Sept. 14, 1805. 
William, s. William and Sally, Aug. 7, 1828. 

, ch. Josiah, jr., Oct. — , 1773. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Josiah, jr., Nov. 4, 1774, a. abt. 4 m. c. R. 2. 

^ inf." ch. John, Esq., at Mr. Steele's, Sept. 22, 1778. 

c. R. 2. 
, drowned near the bar of Chebacco River, Oct. 1, 

1784, a. 18 y. c. r. 2. 
, ch., Adoniram, Dec. — , 1797, a. 1 y. c. R. 2. [1 w. 



dup.] 
— , w. Adoniram, Dec. — , 1814. c. r. 2. 



CHRISTEE (see also Christy) , John, bur. Apr. 19, 1832. 

c. r. 6. 
, w. John, bur. Aug. 13, 1830. c. R. 6. 

CHRISTY (see also Christee), Msiiy, wid. William, bur. Sept. 
12, 1833, a. 25 y. c. R. 6. 

CHUBB, William, s. Thomas and Ruth, Dec. 9, 1726. 

CHURCHHALL, Arther, Jan. 22, 1709-10. 

CININCHUM (see also Kinacum), John, s. Benjamin, Nov. 
29, 1711. 

CLARK (see also Clarke), Aaron, consumption, bur. July 1, 

1825, a. 15 y. c. r. 6. 
Anna (Rowe), w. Henry, smallpox, Apr. — , 1779. p. r. 168- 
Benjamin, s. Joseph and Rachel, Apr. 16, 1719, a. abt. 2 y. 

8 m. 
Clarissa, Mar. 9, 1846. c. r. 7. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 93 

Clark, Edniand, Feb. 26, 1665. 

Elisabeth, Mrs., Jan. 19, 1758. c. R. 5. 

Eliza Ann, d. Samuel, bur. Oct. 18, 1836, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 

Elizabeth, wid., Samuel, jr., May 15, 1779. c. R. 5. 

George, Apr. 15, 1820. p. r. 184. 

George, , 1821. c. R. 2. 

George, m., yeoman, s. George and Susan, fever, June 9, 1847, 

a. 68 y. 9 m. 16 d. [a. 69 y. G. r. 6.] 
Hannah, wid. Ebenezer, consumption, Mar. 19, 1848, a. 56 

y. 17 d. 

Henry, lost in the Privateer Brig. , 1777. p. R. 168. 

James, jr., mariner, s. James and Sally, consumption, July 31, 

1846, a. 24 y. 
Joseph, Nov. 29, 1696. 

Joshua, "a Revolutionary Soldier," Dec. 23, 1842. P. R. 174. 
Lucy Bishop, d. Ebenezer and Judith, Apr. 15, 1836. 

Martha, , 1824, a. 64 y. P. r. 406. 

Mary, June 7, 1709. 

Mary [suddenly, c. r. 1.], at the workhouse, Oct. 12, 1816, a. 

64 y. 
Mary Ann, d. George and Mary, Aug. 1, 1825, a. 3 y. 7 m. 

G. R. 13. 
Moses Platts, h. Sally (Thurston), Dec. 10, 1834. p. r. 180. 
Olivia, at workhouse, Oct. 15, 1816, a. 2 y. 
Rachall, d. Joseph, Feb. 21, 1711-12. 
Samuel, jr., Oct. 1, 1778. c. r. 5. 
Samuel, jr., fell from a yard arm of a ship, Feb. 30, sic. 

1807, a. 20 y. c. R. 3. 
Samuel, Sept. 27, 1826. c. r. 3. 
Susan, Mar. 7, 1824. p. r. 184. 
Thomas L. [inf. ch. Thomas L. c. R. 6.], at the workhouse, 

Sept. 10, 1824, a. 1 y. 2 m. 
William, supposed of yellow fever, Aug. 12, 1821. c. R. 3. 

, s. stillborn, Joseph and Rachell, Oct. 4, 1707. 

, ch. Moses Platts and Sally (Thurston), May 15, 1830. 

p. R. 180. 
, inf. ch. John, bur. Nov. 6, 1830. c. r. 6. 



CLARKE (see also Clark), Abigail, d. Joseph, Apr. 23, 1688. 
Oilman, s. Henry and Sally [(Lane), p. r. 172.], Oct. 9, 1824. 
James, s. George and Sallv, Nov. 26, 1828, a. 22 y. g. r. 6. 
John, Jan. 2, 1681. 
John, bur. May 25, 1814. c. r. 6. 



94 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Clarke, Sally, d, Henry and Sally, . [after Aug. 1807?] 

Samuel, h. Eliza, Mar. 6, 1840. 
Susanna, at the workhouse. Mar. 5, 1807. 
William H., b. Boston, s. William and Harriet, consumption, 
Oct. 4, 1845, a. 6 m. 3 d. 

CLARKSON, James A., Oct. 29, 1849, a. 33 y. g. R. 7. 

CLAY (see also Cleigh), Jonathan, s. twin, Stephen and 
Mary, [after 1728.] 

CLEAVELAND (see also Cleland), Abigail, Mrs. [Nab. 

dup.], Dec. 25, , c. R. 5. [1804. dup.] 

Alice, d. Rev. Ebenezer and Abigail, July 31, 1766. 

Alice at the workhouse, Sept. 1, 1814, a. abt. 50 y, 

Ebenezer, Capt., h. Lois (Pool), Nov. 22, 1822. p. r. 765. 

Hannah, June 28, 1795. c. r. 5. 

John Vass, h. Hannah (Tarr), at Amesbury, Sept. 13, 1795. 

p. r. 190. 
Lois (Pool), wid. Capt. Ebenezer, June — , 1827. a. 70 y. 

p. R. 765. 

CLEIGH (see also Clay), Mary, d. Stephen and Mary, June 

2, 1721, a. abt. 1 y. 5 m. 
Rachel, d. Stephen and Mary, May 11, 1721, a. abt. 3 m. 9 d. 

CLELAND (see also Cleaveland), , Rev. [Ebenezer. 

p. R. 339.], July 5, 1805. c. R. 5. 

CLOSE, Caroline A., d. John and Betsv, consumption, Dec. 

15, 1847, a. 25 y. 10 d. 
Charles S., Apr. 18, 1840, a. 23 y. g. r. 13. 
John, lost at sea, June 18, 1824, a. 47 y. G. r. 13. 
Susan M., d. John and Betsy, consumption. May 18, 1844, a. 

23 y. 3 m". 29 d. 

CLOUGH, Elias, Mar. 23, 1835, a. 66 y. g. r. 1. 

Jane, May 3, 1838, a. 67 y. c. R. 1. 

Joseph Franklin, s. Moses and Rhoda, Nov. 27, 1827. 

Lucy E. [w. Joseph, g. r. 1.], consumption, Aug. 5, 1833. c. R. 

1. [a. 24 y. G. R. 1.] 
Rhoda Ann, d. Moses and Rhoda, Nov. 27, 1821. 
Susan Elisabeth, d. Moses and Rhoda, Sept. 8, 1816. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 95 

Clough, Susanna, d. Joseph and Susanna (Tarboox), Mar. 
— , 175—. [bef. Apr. 27, 1751.] 

, ch. Mr. , Sept. 8, 1816. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Moses, Nov. 8, 1821, a. 2 y. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Moses, bur. Nov. 29, 1826. c. R. 3. 

CLOWBY, , wid. , bur. Dec. 6, 1811. c. r. 3. 

COALDAM (see also Coldam), Judeth, d. Clem[ent], "Last 
of the Last month," , 1649. 

COAS (see also Coos), Mary N., d. Jeremiah and Lydia 

(Parsons), Mar. 3, 1843. p. r. 191. 
Samuel, s. William, jr., and Susanna (Parsons), . [after 

Sept. 16, 1755?] 
, wid., bur. July — , 1805. c. r. 6. 

COCHRANE, Jemima, at the poorhouse, Sept. 4, 1827, a. 88 y. 

COE (see also Coos), Mathewe, s. Mathewe, Feb. 8, 1660. 

COES (see also Coos), Mary, d. William and Mary, Oct. 6, 
1728. 

COFFEREN (see also Caffren), , wid., , May 

— , 1825. c. R. 3. 

COFFIN, Bettee, d. Col. Peter and Mary, Oct. 27, 1793. [a. 

29 y. G. R. 1.] 
Charles B., s. John W. and Susan C, Dec. 4, 1840, a. 5 y. 

3 m. 4 d. G. R. 10. 
Edward, Capt. bur. May 2, 1834, a. 51 y. c. r. 6. 
Judath, d. Peter and Aphiah, Feb. 29, 1691. 
Lois [d. Hon. Peter, g. r. 1.], suddenly, June 12, 1808, a. 45 

y. c. R. 1. [a. 50 y. G. R. 1.] 
Lucy L. or T., consumption, July 17, 1821. c. R. 1. [a. 43 y. 

G. R. 1.] 

Mary, wid. , Oct. — , 1812. c. r. 2. 

Mary [wid. Hon. Peter. G. R. 1.], old age. Mar. 3, 1813, a. 

93 y. c. R. 1. [a. 91 y. g. r. 1.] 
Mary, wid. [w. Dr. William. G. R. 5.], W[illia]m, fever, Aug. 

21, 1844, a. 85 y. 
Peter, s. Peter and Mary, Mar. 20, 1748-9, a. 6 w. 



96 . GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Coffin, Peter, Hon., Feb. 14, 1796, a. 72 y. g. r. 1. 

Peter, Aug. 4, 1821, a. 72 y. G. R. 1. 

Polly, w. Peter, jr. Esq., May — , 1795, a. abt. 40 y. c. r. 2. 

Sarah, d. Peter and Mary, Nov. 16, 1747, a. 30 d. 

Sarah [d. Peter and Mary. g. r. 1.], consumption, May 22, 
1834, a. 50 y. c. r. 1. [May 29, 1834, a. 57 y. G. r. 1.] 

Simeon, fisherman on schr. Paris, Hugh Parkhurst, master, 
s. Simeon and Elisabeth, b. Springfield, sailed for Georges 
Bank, lost in gale, abt. Mar, 1, 1845, a. 31 y. 9 m. 7 d. 

Tristram B., measles, Feb. 25, 1816, a. 14 m. c. r. 1. 

W[illia]m, Dr., June 20, 1827, a. 71 y. C. R. 1. 

, d. William and Polly, Nov. 12, 1784. 

, ch. Edward, Mar. 8, 1809, a. 1 y. c. r. 1. 

COGGSWELL, George [unm. dup.], blacksmith, s. James and 
Mary, suicide, May 20, 1849, a. 32 y. 3 m. 12 d. 

COIT (see also Coite), Abigaill, d. Nathanael, Sept. 15, 1698. 
Abigaill, w. Capt. Nathanaell, Jan. 8, 1709-10. 
Elizabeth, w. Nathanaell, Feb. 11, 1699-1700. 

Hannah, w. Capt. Nathaniel, [17 — ?], a. 89 y. G. R. 1. 

Job, Sept. 15, 1690. 

Mary, d. Hannah, Oct. 3, 1690. 

Nathaniel, Capt., Jan. 10, 1742-3. [a. 84 y. g. r. 1.] 

Stephen, s. Nathanaell, Jan. 28, 1704-5 

COITE (see also Coit), John, 15:2 m:1675. 
Joshua, s. Nathanaell and Elizabeth, July 9, 1697. 

COLBURN, Fanny, d. Jeremiah and Frances (Hodgkins), 

Mar. 21, 1756. 
Fanny, 2d, d. Jeremiah and Frances, Aug. — , 1757. 
Miriam (Reed), w. Lemuel, Sept. 29, 1830. p. r. 203. 

COLBY, Abigail, w. Cornelius, consumption, July 5, 1845, a 

41 y. 9 m. 14 d. 
Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Lois (Tarr), Aug. 30, 1825. p. r. 

202. 
George Washington, Mar. 16, 1838. p. r. 201. 
Henrietta [(Davis), p. r. 200.], w. Elbridge G., Nov. 25, 

1847, a. 40 y. 6 m. G. R. 2. 
Henry, s. Moses and Polly [(Witham), p. r. 199.], Jan. 1, 

1825. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



97 



Colby, Mary A. [Marrietta. g. r. 2.], d. Elbridge and Henri- 
etta [(Davis), p. R. 200.], consumption, June 20, 1847, 
a. 12 y. 4 m, 15 d. [June 18, g. r. 2.] 

Moses Emmerson, h. Nancv (Pool), Nov. 5, 1835, a. 46 y. 
p. r. 186. 

COLDAM (sec also Coaldam, Coledame), Mary, Jan. 26, 
1703-4. 

COLE, Weeden, Feb. 1, 1816, a. abt. 81 y, c. r. 2. 
William, Aug. 22, 1796, a. abt. 30 y. c. r. 2. 

, ch. Azar, deceased, Oct. 20, 1794, a. under 2 y. 

c. R. 2. 

, d. William, Nov. 12, 1794, a. abt. 2 y. c. R. 2. 

, inf. d. Weeden, jr., stillborn, Mar. — , 1801. c. r. 2. 



COLEDAME (see also Coldam), Clement, Dec. 18, 1703. 
COLEMAN (see also Colleman), William, Apr. 18, 1680. 
COLLEMAN (see also Coleman), Bridget, May 2, 1680. 
COLLENS (see also Collins), John, Mar. 25, 1675. 

COLLINS (see also Collens), Abigail, Mrs., [wid. c. r. 1.] 

Jan. 29, 1829 [Jan. 10. c. R. 1.] a. 87 y. G. R. 1. 
Ann, consumption, Mar. 12, 1818, a. 21 y. c. R. 1. 
Bathsheba, d. John, Oct. 5, 1739, in her 18th y. 
Bathsheba, d. Ezekiel and Mary (Adams), July 1, 1756. 
Betsy, wid. James [P. g. r. 5.], consumption. Mar. 6, 1845, 

a. 49 y. [Mar. 3, 1845, a. 48 y. 9 m. g. r. 5.] 
Daniel, s. Daniel, Jan. 27, 1741. 
Dan[ie]l, palsy, Aug. 8, 1810, a. 68 y. c. R. 1. [Aug. 9, 1810. 

a. 67 y. g. r. 1.] 
Elizabeth, d. Timothy and Elizabeth, croup, Oct, 11, 1849, a. 

10 m. 8 d. 
Elizebth, w. Ezekiel, Apr: 28:1728, a. 56 y. 
Elizebth, d. Ezekiel and Elizebth, Mar. 13, 1728-9. 
Ezekiel, Dec. — , 1744, in his 80th y. 
Hannah, w. Nathaniel, July 7, 1814, a. abt. 60 y. c. R. 2. 
Hannah, b. Deer Island, wid. Asa, dropsy, Oct. 8, 1846, a. 

51 y. 2 m. 13 d. 



98 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Collins, James P., consumption, Mar. 25, 1834, a. 35 y. 1. [a. 
38 y. c. R. 6.] 

Joan, May 25, 1695. 

John, s. John [and Hitabell. CT. r.], Dec. 20, 1659. 

John, fever, July 6, 1775. c. r. 2. 

Lemuel, h. Mary (Witham), at sea. [bet. 1758 and 1763?.] 

Lucy, w. Daniel, , 1748. 

Martha, Feb. 4, 1829, a. 73 y. c. r. 1. 

Mollv, d. Ezekiel and Mary (Adams), Apr. 5, 1750. 

Polly, w. Col. Daniel, Mar. 19, 1793, in her 40th y. g. r. 1. 

Polly, w. Eben H., and d. Joseph and Elizabeth Procter, Feb. 
20, 1807, in her 27th y. g. r. 1. 

Rebecca, w. [Capt. g. r. 1.] James, . [Feb. 17, 1770, a. 

44 y. 1 m. (29 d.?) G. R. 1.] 

Samuell, s. John and Mehetabell, Apr. 8, 1671. 

Sukey P., w. Charles, Dec. 10, 1831. p. r. 204. 

Will[ia]m, drowned near the bar of Chebacco River, Oct. 1, 
1784. c. R. 2. 

William, m., block and spar maker, s. Daniel and Polly, sud- 
denly, Feb. 14, 1845, a. 57 y. 7 m. 

, d. John, Aug. 2, 1654. 

, wid., bur. Feb. 3, 1822. c. R. 6. 

COMERFORD, Elisabeth, w. Henry, May 15, 1760, in her 
27th y. 

COOK (see also Cooke), Alice, at the poorhouse, Jan. 27, 
1836, a. 82 y. 

Ann, d. William and Experience, fever, Aug. 20, 1849, a. 14 y. 

Experience, m. [w. William, g. r. 7.], d. Jacob and Experi- 
ence Tucker, consumption, Aug, 15, 1846, a. .32 y. 

Hanna, w. Josiah, , 1764. 

Henrietta Augusta, d. Jeremiah, bur. May 3, 1840, a. 17 m. 
c. R. 6. 

Lemuel, s. Robert and Rhoda, scarlet fever. Mar. 4, 1846, a. 
1 y. 7 m. 15 d. 

Mary, w. Josiah, [Nov. 11?], 1752. 

Nancy H. [F. g. r. 7.], d. William and Experience, consump- 
tion, July 28, 1846, a. 1 y. 11 m. 3 d. [a. 10 m. o. r. 7.] 

Rhoda E., d. Robert and Rhoda, Nov. 22, 1846, a. 3 y. 11m. 
G. R. 1. 

Samuel E., s. Robert and Rhoda, Mar. 6, 1846, a. 1 y. 4 m. 
G. R. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 99 

Cook, , inf. ch. Joseph, bur. Jan. 1, 1831. c. r. 6. 

, Mrs., at the workhouse, bur. Jan. 28, 1836, a. 82 y. 

c. R. 6. 

COOKE (see also Cook), Benoni, s. John and Mary, Feb. 2, 

1682. 
Deliverance, s. John, Aug. 16, 1687. 
Experiance, d. John and Mary, Jan. 8, 1683. 
Samson, 26.11 m:1673. 

COOMBS, Marssah, d. Anthony and Marssah, Sept. 25, 1726, 

a. 7 d. 
Capt., a stranger, d. aboard his vessel, bur. Nov. 10, 1819. 

c. R. 6. 

COOPER, Nancy, bur. July 24, 1814. c. R. 6. 
Samuel, suddenly, bur. Oct. 2, 1812, a. 33 y. c. R. 6. 

COOS (see also Coas, Coe, Goes, Cooz), Jeremiah, at sea, 

, 1809, a. 45 y. c. R. 1. 

Neh[emia]h, at sea, , 1808. c. R. 1. 

William, s. William and Pollv (Knights), May 2, 1834. p. R. 

192. 
, s. Jeremiah, at sea, , 1809, a. 18 y. c. r. 1. 

COOZ (see also Coos), , bur. Feb. 11, 1829. c. r. 6. 

COPELAND, William, m., mariner, delerium tremens, b. Wey- 
mouth, bur. Georges Bank, d. May 24, 1847, a. 50 y. 6 m. 
[1817, a. 53 y. 10 m. g. r. 12.] 

CORLISS, Charles, s. [Gapt. c. r. 6.], John and Nancy, Jan. 

11, 1825. 
John, Gapt., h. Nancy, July 22, 1824. 
Mary E[lisabeth dup.], d. Benja[min] F. [H. dup.] and Mary 

E. [Martha F. dup.], scarlet fever, Dec. 3, 1845, a. 6 m. 

18 d. [Dec. 5, 1845. g. r. 5.] 
Nancy H., d. Gapt. John, deceased, bur. Oct. 22, 1824, a. 8 

y. C. R. 6. 
Nancy [S. G. r. 5.], d. John [F. and Harriet W. g. r. 5.], 

consumption, Oct. 23, 1844, a. 1 y. 6 m. [Oct. 21, 1844, 

G. R. 5.] 
Nancy Saunders, d. John and Nancy, Oct. 20, 1824. 



lOO GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Corliss, , h. Nancy S., abroad, received notice, Aug. 

15, 1824. c. R. 6. 
, inf. ch. Capt. John T., bur. Oct. 23, 1844. c. R. 6. 

CORMICKLES, John, h. Mary Ann, lost at sea, Apr. 20, 1838. 

CORNEY (see also Corny, Courney, Curne, Curney), Abigail, 

w. John, Feb. 16, 1721-2, a. abt. 70 y. 
John, May 3, 1725, a. abt. 80 y. 
Mary, w. Capt. John, Apr:23:l728, in her 40th y. [Apr. 25, 

'g. r. 1.] 

CORNISH, James, of Philadelphia [a sailor, c. R. 6.], after 
a trip on a schr. belonging to James Mansfield, Capt. 
Thomas Davis, master, from the West Indies, at the 
workhouse, Oct. 8, 1821, a. 38 y. 

CORNY (see also Corney), John, s. John and Abigail, July 1, 
1744, a. 3 y. 4 m. 23 d. g. R. 1. 

COTTERIL, John, sojourner, drowned, Nov. 3, 1718. 

COTTON, Roland, s. Rev. Josiah, of Sandown, Dec. 21, 1768, 

in his 21st y. G. r. 1. 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Comfort, Nov. 16, 1718, a. abt. 6 m. 

COURNEY (see also Corney), Elisabeth, d. Elisha and Re- 
becca, May 11, 1717, a. 19 d. 

COX, Polly, wid. William, old age, Sept. 27, 1845, a. 87 y. 

5 m. 4 d. 
William, of the Cove, Aug. 8, 1820, a. abt. 70 y. c. R. 2. 

COY (see also Coye), Albert Otis, b. Boston, s. Harrison and 
Olive, inflammation of the bowels, Mar. 22, 1849, a. 5 
m. 3 d. 

COYE (see also Coy), , wid., , July — , 1795, a. 

abt. 83 y. c. r. 2. 

CRAIGG, Martha, at the workhouse, from burns, Mar. 10, 
1821, a. 72 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS lOI 

CRANE, , w. Ezekiel, bur. Aug. 14, 1809. c. r. 6. 

CRESSY, Mary, b. Salisbury, w. Daniel, consumption, Sept. 

13, 1848, a. 58 y. 5 m. 18 d. 

CROSS, Mary, d. [twin, dup.], John and Nancy, suddenly. 
May 18, 1843, a. 5 m. 12 d. [May 19. dup.] 

CUNNINGHAM, Abigal, w. John. . [after 1759?] 

Dolly, d. John and Dolly (Tarr), Sept. 25, 1820. p. r. 212. 
Elias, s. Nehemiah D. and Betsey (Parsons), June 9, 1838. 

p. R. 213. 
John, fever, Feb. 24, 1774, a. 42 y. c. R. 3. 
John, Dec. 31, 1834. 

John, h. Dolly (Tarr), July 14, 1835. p. r. 212. 
Lucy N., d. John and Dolly (Tarr), Aug. 27, 1820. p. r. 212. 

CURNE (see also Corney), , w. Josiah, , 1821. 

c. r. 2. 

CURNEY (see also Corney), John, s. John, Oct. 12, 1678. 
Joseph, s. Elisha, Aug. 29, 1706. 

CURRIER, Adoniram, Nov. 14, 1817, a. abt. 42 y. c. r. 2. 
Augusta, w. Benj[amin], d. Col. James Tappan, Sept. 24, 

1835, a. 24 y. G. R. 6. 
Caroline, d. Edward and Mary, Oct. 18, 1830. 
Mary, w. Edward, June 21, 1832. [a. 43 y. c. r. 6.] 
Moses, Dec. 27, 1807. c. r. 3. 

, ch. Adoniram, May 25, 1805, a. abt. 5 m. c. r. 2. 

, d. wid. Adoniram, , 1826. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Capt. Edward, bur. Oct. 22, 1830, a. 2 w. c. r. 6. 

CURTIS (see also Curtiss), Judith, d. John and Hannah, July 

14, 1720, a. abt. 1 y. 8 m. 

Judith, d. John and Hannah, Mar. 11, 1720-21. 
Ruth, d. John and Hannah, Feb. 12, 1721-2, a. 3 hrs. 
Samuel, sr., 1825. g. r. 7. [Mar. — . a. 64 y. p. r. 21.] 
Thayels [Y., Capt. g. r. 5.], lost at sea. Oct. 3, 1841. c. r. 8 

[a. 37 y. 8 m. g. r. 5.] 
, w. , bur. Oct. 19, 1834. c. r. 6. 



I02 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

CURTISS (see also Curtis), Allen, s. Samuel and Hannah, 

dropsy in the head, Sept. 27, 1847, a. 3d. [Sept. 26. a. 

19 d. G. R. 5.] 
Dorcas, d. Benjamin and Dorcas, drowned in harbor by boat 

upsetting, July 8, 1843, a. 18 y. 11 m. 1 d. [a. 19 y. 

G. R. 5.] 
Henry, s. Samuel and Hannah, June 20. 1841. a. and c. 

[a. 1 y. 13 d. G. R. 7.] 
John R. [h. Mary dup.], mariner on schr. Byron, s. John and 

Susan, lost on Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 18 y. 
, inf. ch. , bur. Dec. 4, 1827. c. r. 6. 

CUTLER, Elizabeth, w. Sam[ue]ll, sr., Mar. 17, 1692-3. ct. r. 
William, s. Jonathan and Mary, Oct. 24, 1833, 

DADE (see also Daid), Almira, d. Reuben and Lucinda 

(Brooks), July 1, 1847, a. 10 y. p. r. 103. 
Hannah Gott, d. Reuben and Lucinda (Brooks), July 7, 1847, 

a. 5 y. p. R. 103. 
Lucinda, d. Reuben and Lucinda [(Brooks), p. r. 103.], Oct. 

25, 1823. 
Nancy H., b. Rockport, d. Isaac and Nancy, consumption, 

Jan. — , 1844, a. 26 y. 
Tammy, b. Virginia, dropsy. May 14, 1843, a. 75 y. 
William, bur. Feb. 5, 1819. c. R. 6. 

DAGGETT, Mary, w. W[illia]m, Dec. 20, 1822. c. r. 3. 
, inf. ch. W[illia]m, Apr. 12, 1831. c. R. 3. 

DAID see also Dade), Abigail, w. W[illia]m, Sept. — , 1825. 
c. R. 3. [Aug. 6. p. r. 221.] 

, ch. W[illia]m, Sept. 7, 1824. c. R. 3. 

, ch. W[illia]m, Aug. — , 1825. c. r. 3. 

DALE, Eben, Dr., consumption, June 29, 1834, a. 51 y. C. R. 6. 

Sarah Frances, b. Boston, d. Will[ia]m and Sarah F., dysen- 
tery, Feb. 27, 1849, a. 1 y. 9 m. 7 d. 

Sarah J. [d. Dr. deceased, c. R. 6.], Jan. 19, 1837, a. 16 y. 
G. R. 5. [a. 15 y. c. r. 6.] 

Serena, d. Dr. Ebenezer, bur. June 10, 1817. c. r. 6. 

Serena P., June 8, 1817, a. 3 y. g. R. 5. 

DAM'RELL, William, Capt., of Portsmouth, bur. Feb. 25, 1826, 
a. 36 y. c. r. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I03 

DANE, Abigail [(Pool), p. r. 231.], wid. John, Aug. 24, 1804, 

a. 80 y. G. R. 1. 
Hannah, wid. William, Dec. 4, 1836, a. 82 v. G. R. 1. 
John [h. Abigail (Pool), p. r. 231.], July '21, 1793, in his 

74th y. G. R. 1. 
John [s. John and Abigail (Pool), p. r. 231.], Mar. 18, 1814, 

a. 70 y. G. R. 1. (Mar. 14. p. r. 231.] 
Joshua, m., cordwainer, fever, Apr. 24, 1845, a. 82 y. [Apr. 

21, G. r. 1.] 
Mary, w. William, Nov. 8, 1778, a. 28 y. g. R. 1. 
Mary, d. William and Mary, Jan. 12, 1779, a. 2 y. 17 d. 

G. R. 1. 

William [s. John and Abigail (Pool), p. r. 231.], Dec. 29, 
1820, a. 73 y. G. r. 1. 

DANIELS, Mary F.. d. Edw[ar]d and Margaret [Maria S. 
G. R. 13.], croup, Oct. 30, 1845, a. 6 y. 3 m. 5 d. 

DANT, Mary Ann, b. Ireland, d. Henry and Loisa, heart com- 
plaint, Oct. 18, 1847, a. 28 y. 2 m. 19 d. 

DAVIDSON (see also Davison), Elias, jr., Oct. 16, 1838, a. 

8 w. G. R. 12, 
Elias, Capt, May 7, 1842, a. 68 y. g. r. 12. 
Eliza M., w. Charles H., Sept. 27, 1839. g. r. 5. 
Hamilton, Mar, 11, 1848, a, 61 y, g. r. 5. 
Mary Jane, Dec, 17, 1836, a, 16 y, g, r. 5. 
Walter, s, C, H. and E. M., Apr. 28, 1846, a. 7 y. G. r. 5. 

DAVIES (see also Davis), David, consumption, bur. Nov. 

1, 1807, c. R. 6. 
Isaac, received notice, June 27, 1824, c, r. 6. 
Judith, bur. July 20, 1813. c. R. 6. 
William, s. William, throat distemper, bur. Dec. 28, 1841, a. 

10 m. c. R. 6. 
-, inf. ch. Capt. Stephen, bur. Sept, 5, 1814, c. R. 6. 



, bur. Mar. 2, 1825. c. r. 6. 

DAVIS (see also Davies, Devis), Aaron, Apr. 24, 1718, a^ 

abt. 39 y. 
Abigail w. William, Feb. 18, 1717-18, a. abt. 26 y, 
Abigail, w, Capt. James, 3d, Dec. 21, 1761, in her 34th y, 

g. r, 2. 



I04 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Davis, Abigail, Aug. 25, 1810, a. 89 y. g. r. 1. 

Abigail, d. Joseph and Abigail, Nov. 17, 1820. [Nov. 7, 1820, 

a. 14 y. G. R. 2. Nov. 8, 1820, a. 15 y. c. R. 3.] 
Abigail [(Somes), p. r. 252.], w. Joseph, Oct. — , 1833. [Nov. 

17, 1833, a. 53 y. G. R. 2.] 
Abigail, w. Capt. Elias, Feb. 13, 1842, a. 57 y. c. r. 1. 
Abraham, s. Abraham [and Mary, Apr. 28, 1741. g. R. 1.] 

April 27, 1741, in his 6th y. 
Ambrose, s. Joseph, Aug. 28, 1823. a. 11 m. c. R. 3. 
Amos, May 5, 1829. g. r. 6. 
Andrew, s. John. Jan. 11, 1692-3. 
Andrew, in a hurricane in the West Indies, Sept. — , 1772, a. 

28 y. c. R. 3. 

Andrew, s. Andrew and Mary, June 17, 1812, a. 1 y. g. r. 1. 
Andrew, s. Andrew and Mary, Apr. 30, 1814, a. 3 m. 13 d. 

G. R. 1. 
Bethiah, w. Lt. James. Aug. 20, 1733, in her 73d y. [a. 72 

y. G. R. 1.] 
Betsy, w. Mark, Sept. 10, 1792, a. 37 y. G. R. 2. 
Betsy, at the poorhouse. Mar. 26, 1829, a. 81 y. 
Betsy, 2d w. Epes, Aug. 9, 1831. [a. 41 y. g.'r. 9.] 
Charles Camden, s. Camden C. and Martha, , 1846. 

G. R. 5. 
Charles Woodman, s. Camden C. and Martha, , 1842. 

c. R. 5. 
Clara T. [F. p. r. 256.], d. John N. and Clara [(Woodbury), 

p. R. 256.], Nov. 7. 1840, a. 11 y. 9 m. 5 d. G. R. 9. 
Clarissa [Clara, c. r. 6.], w. [Capt. c. r. 6.] Charles, Sept. 

7. 1837. [Sept. 1, a. 34 v. G. R. 12; Sept. 8, a. 33 v. c. r. 

6.] 
Clementina, w. [Capt. g. r. 12.] Eliphalet, May 7, 1827. [a. 

29 y. G. R. 12.] 

Clementine E[lizabeth, g. r. 5.], d. Eliphalet and Clementine 

E., consumption, , 1848, a. 22 y. 9 m. 18 d. [Mar. 

27, 1848, a. 24 y. G. R. 5.].. 
Daniel, jr., s. Joseph and Anna, fever, Oct. 8, 1774, a. 12 m. 

c. R. 3. 

Daniel, s. Mark, jr., . 1778, a. abt. 4 y. c. R. 2. 

Daniel, 'by a fall,' Aug. 11, 1806, a. 18 y. c. R. 1. 

Daniel, fisherman on schr. Paris, Hugh Parkhurst, master, 

sailed for Georges Bank, lost in gale, abt. Mar. 1, 1845, 

a. 21 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I05 

Davis, David, Oct. 20, 1806, a. 40 y. G. r. 5. 

Deborah, wid. Eld. Samuel. Oct. 19, 1778. c. r. ?. 

Eals, Dec. 10, 1682. 

Ebenezer, s. Ebenezer and Elisabeth, Oct. 5, 1718, a. abt. 5 

m. 19 d. 
Ebenezer, Feb. 15. 1724-5, a. abt. 33 y. 
Ebenezer, Dea., Oct. 30. 1732, in his 52d y. [Oct. 29, 1732. 

G. R. 1.] 
Ebenezer, s. Samuel and Deborah (Haynes), drowned, , 

1746. p. R. 224. 
Ebenezer, s., Abraham, "drowned from a schr. belonging to 

Daniel Gibbs Esq. in the West Indies, John McKean 

Master," Oct. 21, 1760. 
Ebenezer Whittredge, s. George N. and Sarah [(Whittredge), 

p. R. 262.]. Tune 22, 1803. 
Elias, Feb. 13, 1734-5, in his 41st y. 
Ellas, s. Capt. James and Mary, July 28, 1741. 
Elias [h. Lucv" (Haskell), p. r. 261.], Oct. 24, 1821, a. 64 y. 

G. R. 13. [Oct. 16. p. R. 261.] 
Eliphalet, Gen., Sept. 7, 1804, a. 48 y. g. r. 1. 
Eliphalet, s. capt. EHphalet and Nancy, Feb. 23, 1813. a. 10 

m. G. R. 1. 
Eliphalet, Capt., at Rio Janeiro, Aug. 6, 1829. 
Elisabeth, w. Ebenezer, Dec. 29, 1724, a. abt. 34 y. 
Eliza, d. Mark and Betsy, deceased, Sept. 27, 1795. a. 13 y. 

G. R. 2. 

Elizabeth, w. Capt. James, Jan. 1, 1696-7. 

Elizabeth [(Harris), p. r. 234.], Mrs. [w. Solomon, p. r. 

234.], of Pigeon Cove, bur. June 19, 1839, a. 23 V- c. R. 

6 [d. July 1, p. r. 234.] 
Elizebeth, w. Elias, Aug. 28, 1732, in her 38th y. [Julv 28, 

1732. G. R. 1.] 
Emiline. d. Eliph[a]l[e]t and Hannah, Sept. — •, 1793. 
Emily, d. Timothy Riggs and Tamnay V. Goss (Parsons.), 

July 2, 1833. p. r. 239. 
Ephraim, Dr., at the workhouse, Dec. 11. 1825, a. 85 v. 
Esther, of cansor, Nov. 4, 1843. c. R. 5. 
Frances A. d. John N. and Clara [(Woodbury), p. r. 256.], 

Mar. 7. 1833, a. 6 m. G. R. 9. 

Francis, s. Elias and Lucy (Haskell). , 1794. p. r. 261. 

Francis H., Dec. 6, 1817, a. 58 y. g. r. 13. 

Francis [Haskell, p. R. 261.], m., mariner, s. Elias and T-ucy, 

cancer, Oct. 6. 1847, a. 53 y. 19 m. 18 d. 



I06 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Davis, Hannah, d. James and Bethyah, Mar. 1. 1697-8. 
Hannah, wid. Aaron, Mar. 25, 1730, in her 47th y. 
Hannah, wid. James, Esq., dysentery, Oct. 14, 1778, a. 63 y. 

C. R. 3. 

Hannah, wid. Eliphalet, numb palsy, Oct. 8, 1847, a. 84 y. 3 
m. 20 d. 

Hannah H. [(Stanwood), p. r. 225.], w. William F., dysen- 
tery, Oct. 24, 1847, a. 34 y. 

Henrv, s. Samuel and Detorah (Haynes), dro^^^led, , 

1766. p. R. 224. 

Henry, at the poorhouse, Mar. 11, 1835, a. 83 y. [a. 79 y. 
c. R. 6.] 

Jacob, s. Jacob, Feb. 13, 1688-9. 

Jacob, Feb. 1, 1717-18, a. abt. 55 y. 

Jacob, Apr. 10, 1777, a. upwards of 70 y. c. r. 2. 

James, s. James [and Mahitabell, CT. r.] Mar. 1661-2. [Mar. 

13. CT. R.] 

James, s. James, May 9, 1687. 

'James, s. John, Dec. 26, 1689-90. 

James, Capt., May 1, 1715. [a. abt. 80 y. G. R. 1.] 

James, Lt., Mar. 5, 1742, in his 82d y. 

James, according to his account was a native of London, at 

14 was bound an apprentice to a Virginia merchant from 

whence he came to Carolina, from Carolina he came to 

this place about 4 months since, pleurisy fever, Mar. 14, 

1775, a. 19 y. c. R. 3. 
James, Esq., Dea., asthma, Aug. 13, 1776, a. 85 y. C. r. 3. 
James [s. Mark and Betsy, both deceased, g. r. 2.], Oct. 4, 

1808, a. 21 y. c. R. 3.' 
Janett L., d. Andrew, and Mary, Dec. 8, 1805, a. 3 y. g. r. 1. 
Jeremiah, Nov. — , 1795, a. 60 y. c. R. 2. 
Joanna, d. Mark and Mary, [1742,] [Aug. 28., a. 1 

y. G. R. 1.] 
John, s. Jacob [Eliza[beth] ct. r.], Mar. 24, 1665-6. 
John, s. Jacob and Elizabeth, Aug. 10, 1681. 
John, s. John, Oct. 1, 1688. 
John, master of a fishing sloop, lost at sea on his return 

voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. — , 1716, a. 26 y. 
John, Lt., Mar. 16, 1728-9, in his 70th y. 
John, s. George N. and Sarah [(Whittredge), p. r. 262.]. Nov. 

1, 1803." 
John, s. Joseph and Abigail, July 10, 1823, a. 9 m. g. r. 2. 
John, Capt., suddenly, Oct. 5, 1827, a. 43 y. c. r. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS IO7 

Davis, John F., s. John N. and Clara [(Woodbury) p. r. 

256], Dec. 7, 1932, a. 3 m. G. R. 9. 
John H. [h. Phebe (Felt), p. r. .241.], m., s. Elias [and Luo^' 

(Haskell), p. r. 261.] deceased, erysipelas, Feb. 5, 1844. 

a. 55 y. 2 m. 7 d. 
John James, s. Capt. John, jr., Oct. 28, 1822, a. 26 d. G. R. J. 
John N., jr., s. John N. and Clara [(Woodbury), p. r. 256.], 

Mar. 1, 1828, a. 4 m. 13 d. G. R. 9. 
Joseph, s. James, May 4, 1665. 

Joseph, s. Benjamin and Elisabeth, May 11, 1727, a. abt. 7 m. 
Joseph, s. Joseph, jr. and Anna (Cunningham), Apr. 3, 1749. 
Joseph, Capt., Nov. — , 1813. c. r. 3. 

Judith (Low), w. Thomas, d. Stephen and Elizabeth (Wood- 
bury), July 19, 1813. p. R. 220. 
Lois, d. Oliver, Oct. 29, 1825, a. 19 or 20 y. c. R. 3. 
Lucv [(Haskell), p. r. 261.], wid. Elias, cholera morbus, 

Sept. 27, 1847, a. 83 y. 1 m. 5 d. [Sept. 26. c. R. 1.] 
Lucy K. [R. Brown, p. R. 225.], w. William F[uller. p. R. 

225.], Oct. 20, 1836. [a. 19 y. g. r. 5.] 
Lucy L., d. Stephen L. and Ann [Rogers (Babson), p. r. 

'251.], dropsy, Apr. 20, 1844, a. 8 y. 2 m. 14 d. 
Mark, Apr. 15, 1706. 
Mark, jr., July — , 1780. c. R. 2. 
Mark, May 25, 1802, a. 52 y. g. r. 2. 

Mark, h. Mary, . [bet. 1808 and 1812?] 

Mark, Nov. — , 1809, a. 36 y. c. R. 2. 

Martha, wid. , consimiption, Dec. 10, 1786, a. abt. 85 

y. c. R. 2. 

Martha Ann, d. Camden C. and Martha, , 1832. g. r. 5. 

Mary, wid. James, Esq. . [after 1743?] 

Mary, w. Solomon, Nov. 28, 1745, in her 44th y. 

Mary, w. Capt. James, June 29, 1753, a. 53 y. 3 m, G. R. 2. 

Mary, w. Abraham, July 12, 1772 in her 60th y, 

Mary, d, Mark and Betsy, deceased, Aug. 23, 1795, a. 5 v. G. R. 

2. 
Mary, Mrs., Nov. 19, 1805, a. 24 y. c. r. 1. [Nov. 17, 1805. 

G. R, 1.] 
Mary, d. Mark and Betsey, Oct. 4, 1808, a. 5 y. G. R. 2. 
Mary, dysentery, Aug. 24, 1810, a. 85 y. c. r. 1. 
Mary, June 6, 1816, a. 8 m. g. r. 13. 
Mary or Polly, May 19, 1830. c. r. 3. 
Mary, d. Mark and Mary, June 30, 1833. 
Mary, d. Henry, bur. May 12, 1843, a. 6 w. c. R. 6. 



I08 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Davis, Marv, w. William R., consumption, Oct. 23, 1844, a. 

22 y. 
Mary (Collins), Mar. 9, 1724-5, a. 79 y. 
Mary Elizabeth, consumption, Aug. 28, 1834, a. 10 y. c. R. 1. 

Mary S., w. William, , 1844. c. r. 9. 

Mary T., d. Andrew and Mary, Sept. 26, 1814, a. 14 v. g. r. ). 
Moses, alias George Dennison (the mother says), s. Martha 

Robinson, Mar. — , 1773. 
Nancy, w, Capt. Eliphalet, Oct. 30, 1813, a. 23 y. G. r. 1. 
Nancy, w. Epes, May 8, 1823. c. r. 3. [May 9, 1822. a. 44 y. 

p. R. 260.] 
Nancy [(Andrews), p. r. 238.], w. Daniel, Sept. 10, 1837. 
Noah, one of the company of the schr. Brittania, Thomas 

Wharfe master, supposed lost on a fishing trip, after Dec. 

— , 1754. 
Oliver, fever. Feb. 18, 1775, a. 23 y. C. R. 3. 
Oliver, jr., Jan. 10. 1829, a. 29 or 30 y. 11 m. c. R. 3. 
Oliver, m.. s. Joseph and Mary, consumption, Sept. 27, 1848, 

a. 72 y. 9 m. 10 d. 
Ophelia, d. Timothy Riggs and Mrs. Tammy Vinson (Par- 
sons), Sept. 28, 1826. p. r. 239. 
Pattv, July 30, 1807, a. abt. 70 y. c. r. 3. 
Phebe, paralvsis. Mar. 19, 1833, a. 40 y. c. r. 1. [Mar. 11. 

G. r. 13.] 
Phebe (Felt), w. John H.. Mar. 18, 1832. p. r. 241. 
Polly, suddenly, Mar. 28, 1807, a. 29 y. c. r. 1. [Mar. 1, 1807, 

a. abt. 28 y. c. r. 2.] 
Rachel, m. [w. George N. g. R. 2], d. Richard and Rachel 

Whittredge, consumption. May 1, 1847, a. 39 y. 4 m. 

17 d. 
Sally, w. Capt. William, jr., June 14, 1790, in her 24th y. 

G. R. 2. 
Sally, d. Joseph and Abigail [(Jones), p. r. 253.], Feb. 17, 

1808, a. 14 d. G. R. 2. 
Sally, w. George N., Dec. 17, 1841, a. 67 y. 10 m. g. r. 2. 
Samuel, s. Samuel and Ann, July 3, 1716, a. abt. 10 m. 
Samuel, June 13, 1734. 

Samuel, h. Anna Barber, drowned, , 1759. p. r. 226. 

Samuel, Eld. [h. Deborah (Haynes), p. r. 224, a. 67 y. p. R. 

964.], Aug. 25. 1770. c. r. 5. 
Samuel, s. Mark, jr., Apr. 4, 1777, a. under 2 y. c. r. 2. 
Sam[ue]l. fever, Apr. 15. 1816, a. 18 y. c. R. 1. 
Samuell, s. Samuell, drowned, July 26, 1715. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS IO9 

Davis, Sarah, d. William and Patience, Feb. 1725-6. 
Sarah, d. James and Mary, Apr. 27, 1731, in her 8th y. 
Sarah, d. Capt. James and Mary, Nov. 6, 1745, a. 13 y. 6 m. 

G. R. 2. 
Sarah, Mar. 5. 1815, a. 68 y. G. R. 2. 
Sarah, d. Mark and Mary, May 16, 1823. 
Sarah E., d. John N. and Clara [(Woodbury), p. r. 256. j, 

Nov. 26, 1826, a. 1 d. o. R. 9. 
Sarah E., d. Epes and Sarah F., Nov. 19, 1836, a. 4 y. 3 m. 

G. R. 9. 
Sarah E., d. James, jr., and Joanna [C. o. r. 5.], consumption, 

Nov. 5, 1849, a. 12 y. 5 m. 8 d. 
Sarah (Whittredge), w. George N., June 20, 1840. p. r. 262. 
Silvanus, Mar. 22, 1717-18, a. abt. 38 y. 
Solomon, jr., s. Solomon and Nancy [(Fuller), p. r. 220.], at 

Portsmouth, N. C, Apr. 6, 1824, a. 20 y. G. R. 5. 
Solomon, s. Elias and Lucy (Haskell), Aug. 13, 1838. p. r. 

261. 
Solomon Haskell, s. Elias and Lucy [(Haskell), p. r. 261.], 

Nov. 9, 1803. 
Susan, d. Elias and Lucy (Haskell), 1796. p. r. 261. 
Susan, wid. Zebulun, dysentery, Oct. 9, 1848, a. 88 y. 10 m. 

21 d. [a. 89 y. g. r. 7.] 
Susan [Jones, c. r. 3.], d. Joseph and Abigail, Sept. 17, 1819. 

[1818, a. 3 y. G. R. 2.] 
Susan (Robinson), w. Augustine, d. David and Judith, Sept. 

12, 1848. P. R. 240. 
Susanna, Dec. 20, 1723, a. abt. 47 y. [a. 47 y. 1 m. g. R. 4.] 
Susanna, at the workhouse, Dec. 15, 1822, a. 44 y. 
Thomas, "Master of the Schooner Mary," lost in a snowstorm 

on his passage from Bilboa, on Tinkers Island off Marble- 
head, Apr. 2, 1786. p. r. 220. 
Thomas, mariner, Jan. 19, 1846, a. 70 y. 6 m. 30 d. [a. 70 y. 

7 m. G. R. 13.] 
Timothy, jr., Capt., May 3, 1825, a. 29 y. o. R. 4. 
Timothy, Capt., June 18, 1830, a. 62 y. g. r. 4. 
William, s. Samuel and Deborah (Haynes), drowned coming 

home from W. L, , 1759. p. r. 224. 

William, Dea., Oct. 1, 1814. c. r. 3. 

William, Apr. 12, 1816, a. abt. 3 y. c. r. 2. [a. 3 3^ y. g. r. 4.] 

William Austen, s. W[illia]m and Nancy R., lung fever, Dec. 

12, 1844, a. 9 m. 1 d. 



no GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Davis, William Austin, s. William and Mary [Nancy Davison 

(RoM^e), p. R. 246.], Dec. 26, 1842. g. r. 12. 
William Black, s. Capt. Timothy, Oct. 17, 1812. c. R. 2. [a. 

83-4 y. G. R. 4.] 
W[illia]m F., s. W[illia]m F. and Mary S., May 30, 1844, a. 

1 d. 
William R., Capt, at sea, July 5, 1844, a. 33 y. g. r. 5. [a. 

34 y. 4 m. G. R. 13.] 
William R., s. Andrew and Sarah, inflammation of the bowels, 

July 22, 1845, a. 8 m. 23 d. 
William Stover, s. William and Mary [Nancy Davison (Rowe), 

p. R. 246.], Dec. 12, 1844. g. r. 12. 
Zubelen, s. Jedidah and Dorritey, May 2, 1731. 
Zebulun, s. Mark and Mary, June 19, 1825. 

, sr., Sept. 2, 1685. 

-, w. Mark, consumption. May 6, 1779, a. abt. 70 y. c. r. 

-, d. Capt. Elias and Lucy (Haskell), Nov. 6, 1780. 
p. R. 261. 

— , ch. Reuben, Nov. — , 1803, a. abt. 6 w. c. r. 2. 
— , ch. Moses, Sept. 29, 1805. c. r. 1. 
— , ch. Capt. George [N. and Sarah (Whittredge), p. r. 
262.], bur. July 5, 1811. c. R. 3. [d. July 2. p. r. 262.] 

— , wid. , suddenly, Apr 13, 1816, a. 85 y. c. R. 1. 

— , ch S. L., suddenly, Sept. 15, 1817, a. 4 m. c. r. 1. 
[Emily, p. r. 220.], inf. ch. Sol[omo]n [and Nancy 



2. 



(Fuller), p. R. 220.], Sept. 29, 1817. c. r. 1. [Sept. 28. 
p. R. 220.] 

— [Elizabeth, g. r. 6.], w. Amos, Mar. 9, 1817, a. abt. 63 
y. c. R. 2, 

, ch. Oliver, July 8, 1819, a. 2 w. c. r. 3. 

— , wid. , , 1821. c. r. 2. 

— , inf. ch. George [and Lydia (Phipps), p. r. 250.], 

Sept. 17, 1824. c. r. 3. 

— , wid. Dea. , Apr. 1, 1826. c. R. 3. 

— , ch. twin, George, bur. Apr. 7, 1826. c. r. 3. 

— , ch. twin, George [and Lydia (Phipps), p. r. 250.], 

, 1826. c. R. 3. [Mar. 11, p. r. 250.] 

— , ch. John, bur. Mar. 4, 1828. c. r. 3. 

— [S. p. R. 250.], inf. ch. George [and Lydia (Phipps\ 
p. R. 250.], Aug. 18, 1831. c. R. 3. [Aug. 25. p. r. 250.'] 

— , ch. John N. and Clara, Nov. 10, 1832. c. R. 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I I I 

Davis, , d. George and Lydia (Phipps), Dec. 23, 1841. 

p. R. 250. 

, s. stillborn, John R. and Mary Augusta, June 13, 1845 

, inf. ch. Andrew, at Boston, Aug. — , 1845. c, R. 1. 

, s. Eben and Mary, brain fever, June 16, 1846, a. 5 m. 

, s. stillborn, John R. and Mary, Nov. 4, 1848. 

DAVISON (see also Davidson), Albert, s. Pliny and Betsy 

[A. G. R. 11.], brain fever, Oct. 6, 1848, a. 6 y. 4 m. 21 

d. [a. 5 y. g. r. 11.] 
Betsy [A. g. r. 11.], w. Pliny H., consumption, Oct. 28, 1844, 

a. 39 y. 11 m. 17 d. [Oct. 27, 1844, g. r. 11.] 
Nancy, d. Elias and Nancy, bur. July 17, 1813, a. 3 y. c. r. 6. 
Nancy, wid. Elias, dropsey, Oct. 14, 1847, a. 70 y. 4 m. 4 d. 
Nancy Ellwell, inf. d. Elias and Nancy E., bur. Mar. 13, 

1808. c. R. 6. 
Pliny, Aug. 19, 1836, a. 70 y. c. r. 1. 

DAWSETT (see also Dowsett), Lucretia, hydrophobia, bur. 
Nov. 7, 1813, a. 15 y. c. R. 6. 

DAY, Aaron, consumption, Nov. — , 1809, a. 60 y. c. R. 2. 

[Nov. 9. p. R. 184.] 
Aaron, s. Aaron and Judith S. (Tarbox), Nov. 5, 1838. p. R. 

265. 
Aaron, s. David S. and Elizabeth, Sept. 23, 1842, a. 3 y. 3 

m. G. R. 5. 
Aaron, s. David and Olive, heart complaint, Mar. 12, 1845, 

a. 14 y. 5 m. 28 d. 
Abagail, June 10, 1773. p. r. 263. 
Abigail, w. John, Feb. 7, 1725-6, a. abt. 63 y. 
Abraham, s. John, June 21, 1703. 
Abraham, s. Ezekiell, Oct. 24, 1712. 
Ann P., d. Isaac and Rachel [Sarah Riggs (Elwell), p. r. 

274.], consumption. Mar. 30, 1844, a. 6 m, 10 d- [Mar. 

31. p. R. 274.] 
Anna, d. Samuel and Sarah, [bef. June 1, 1743?] 
Anna Gale, d. W[illia]m, Oct. 1, 1815. a. 2 or 3 y. c. R. 3, 
Anthony, Apr. 23, 1707, in his 91st y. 
Anthony, Jan. 12, 1711-12. 
Aza, s. Abraham and Elizabeth [(Hodgkins), p. r. 273.], Oct. 

25, 1843, a. 12 w. G. r. 7. 
Benjamin, s. Timothy, July 23, 1697. 



112 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Day, Benja[min] B., m., yeoman, s. James and Betsy B., 

dropsy, Oct, 5, 1847, a, 64 y. 6 m. 3 d. 
Charita, \v. W[illia]m, consumption, Apr. 23, 1815. C. R. 3. 

[a. 36 y. g. r. 2.] 
Daniel Noble, inf. s. William, bur. Sept. 3, 1828. c. R. 6. 
David, bur. May 1, 1816, a. 84 y. 
David Sawver, s. Aaron and Judith S. [Tarbox. p. r. 265.], 

Oct. 8,' 1808. 

Deliverance, , 1778. p. r. 263. 

Ebenezer D., Mar. 17, 1840, a. 55 y. 10 m. 2 d. g. r. 7. 

Elezabeth, d. Timothy and Phebee, May 23, 1690. 

[Eliph. T. c.Jalet, s. Abner and Susannah (Marshell), Feb. 

[11, 175-, T. c.]. 
Elizabeth, d. John, Mar. 29, 1690. 
Elizabeth, d. Rev. Benjamin Bradstreet, Dec. 8, 1821, a. 80 

y. c. r. 3. 
Elizabeth, wid., bur. June — , 1828, a. 82 y. c. r. 6. 
Elizabeth, wid., bur. Mar. 9, 1834, a. 85 y. c. R. 6. [d. Mar. 

7, p. R. 184.] 
Esther, w. Isaac, consumption, Sept. 20, 1848, a. 64 y. 11 m. 

7 d. 
Ezekiel, Feb. IS, 1724-5, a. abt. 62 y. 
Ezekiel, s. Ezekiel, Aug. 22, 1735, a. abt. 18 y. 
Ezekiel, June 4, 1737, a. 45 y. 
Ezekiel, jr., June 8, 1737, in his 48th y, c. r. 1. 
George, fisherman, s. George and Judith, hemorrhage, Aug. 

29, 1845, a. 38 y. 
Hannah, d. John, Mar. 7, 1692-3. 
Hannah, d. John and Abigail!, May 12, 1715. 
Hannah, d. Isaac and Sarah (Rust), Dec. 28, 1797. P. R. 264. 
Hannah, Miss, bur. Apr. 6, 1814. c. r. 6. 
Harriet Norwood, d. David and Olive, May 27, 1835. 
Isaac, Feb. 10, 1779. p. r. 263. 

James, June 14, 1805, a. between 73 and 80 y. c. R. 3. 
James, Feb. 11, 1828. c. r. 3. 
Jeramiah, s. John and Abigaill, June 9, 1689, 
John, s. Temothy and Pheby, Jan. 22, 1680, 
John, s. John and Rachel, Dec. 29, 1729, a. abt. 13 m, 
John, Mar, 8, 1736-7, 

John, h. Judith, lost at sea, , [bet, 1829-1830?] 

Jonathan, s, John and Dorothy, Oct. 2, 1716, a. abt. 5 m. 
Joshua, bur, Jan. 27, 1823, a. 70 y. c. r, 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I I 3 

Day, Judith [P. w. George, g. r. 2.], m., d. Amos and Judith 
Phipps, dropsy, Jan. 3, 1847, a. 78 y. [a. 78 y. 5 m. c. p. 

2] 
Judith S., d. Aaron and Judith S. [Tarbox. p. r. 265.], Oct. 

3, 1812. 
Martha, at the poorhouse. May 16, 1833, a. 82 y. 
Martha Davis, w. David, Aug. 8, 1849, a. 46 y. 8 m. 15 d. 

G. R. 5. 
Martin N., s. Israel and Elizabeth, measles, Apr. 26, 1849, 

a. 8 m. 
Mary, d. Mary, killed by lightning, July 18, 1706. 
Mary, d. Anthony and Penelapa, Apr. 4, 1709. 
Mary Elisabeth, d. David [S. and Elizabeth, g. r. 5.], fit, Oct. 

23, 1844, a. 1 y. [Oct. 21, 1844. g. r. 5.] 
Mary Jane, b. Salem, d. Amos and Mary Jane, of Salem, fever, 

Sept. 6, 1843, a. 2 y. 5 m. 17 d. 
Mercy, d. Joseph and Abigaill, Sept. 27, 1710. 

Mercy, , 1778. p. R. 263. 

Meriam, d. Nathanaell, Dec. 19, 1707. 
Moses, s. Capt. Isaac, Aug. — , 1796, a. abt. 5 y. c R. 2. 
Moses H., m., cabinet maker, s. Isaac and Susan [Esther (Has- 
kell), p. R. 266.], dysentery, Jan. 3, 1849, a. 30 y. 6 m. 

12 d. 
Nathanael, s. Nathanael, Dec. 16, 1699. 

Patty, , 1813. c. R. 3. 

Penelappee, d. Anthony and Penallape, May 24, 1712. 

Phebe, w. Timothy, Apr. 8, 1723, a. abt. 70 y. 

Phillip C. S. s. Isaac and Sarah (Rust), Nov. 10, 1814. p. r. 

264. 
Priselle, d. Joseph, June 9, 1728, a. abt. 24 y. 
Prisillar, d. Timothy and Phebee, June 8, 1689. 
Rachall, w. Samuell, Sept. 6, 1698. 
Sally, Oct. 22, 1820. c. r. 3. 
Sally Wier [Sarah Wire. c. R. 6.], d. Aaron and Judith S. 

[(Tarbox), p. r. 265.], July 6, 1817. [bur. Jul. 7, c. R. 6.] 
Samuel, widr., cordwainer, s. David, old age, Jan. 3, 1848, 

a. 80 y. 3 m. 17 d. 

Sarah, wid. , Jan. 1, 1782. c. R. 2. 

Sarah, Oct. 20, 1820. a. 59 y. p. r. 278. 

Sarah (Rust), w. Isaac, Aug. 18, 1820. p. r. 264. 

[Susan. T. c.]na, d. Abner and Susannah (Marshell), July 4, 

17—. 



114 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



Day, Susanna, wid., Dec. 10, 1717, a. abt. 94 y. 
Susanna, d. Nathaniel, May 17, 1752, in her 11th y. 
Thomas, with Daniel Stanley, master of schr., lost on a fishing 
voyage near Isle of Sables, abt. middle of Aug., 1716, a. 
40'v. 
Thomas, Jan. 29, 1725-6, a. abt. 75 y. 
Warren, s. Aaron and Judith S. [Tarbox. p. r. 265 ; cholera 

morbus, c. R. 6.], July 4, 1825. [a. 15 m. c. r. 6.] 
William, [suddenly, c. r. 6.] at the poorhouse, Sept. 28, 1830, 

a. 37 y. [a. 33 y. c. r. 6.] 
William, s. David and Olive [by a chaise running against 

him. c. r. 6.], Jan. 18, 1834. [a. 9 y. c. R. 6.] 
William, widr., trader, s. James and Betsy, heart disease, July 

10, 1843, a. 67 y. [July 8. G. R. 2.] 
Zebulan, s. Timothy and Jane, Jan. 24, 1718-19, a. bet. 9 and 
10 y. 

a [Ezra. t. c], s. Abner and Susannah (Marshell), 

Apr. 12, 1761. 
hulah [Bethulah. T. c], d. Abner and Susannah (Mar- 
shell), Apr. 3 [174-. T. c.]. 

r [Abner, t. c], s. Abner and Susannah (Marshell), 

Mar. 14, 174—. 

, s. Abner and Susannah (Marshell), July 30, 1743. 

, s. Abner and Susannah (Marshell), Aug. 10, 1745. 

inf. ch. Aaron and Judith, bur. Oct. 4, 1812. c. R. 6. 
ch. W[illia]m, July 8, 1815. c. R. 3. 
ch. Isaac, jr., fits, July 20, 1819, a. 5 y. c. R. 1. 
ch. W[illia]m, Oct. — , 1824. c. r. 3. 

inf. ch. Benj[ami]n B., , 1824. c. R. 3. 

Mrs., Apr. — , 1826. c. R. 1. 

inf. ch. William, bur. Nov. 2, 1828, a. 1 or 2 w. c. R. 3. 

inf. ch. David, Dec. 10, 1829. c. r. 3. 

inf. ch. William, bur. Mar. 1, 1830. c. r. 6. 

w. Samuel, bur. Aug. 20, 1830. c. R. 6. 

d. David, bur. May 28, 1835, a. nearly 2 y. c. R. 6. 

d. Abraham and Elisabeth, croup, Oct. 26, 1843, a. 3 

2 d. 

inf. ch. Capt. David S., bur. Oct. 23, 1844. c. R. 6. 

s. Elias and Judith, canker, Nov. 25, 1846, a. 15 d. 

s. stillborn, W[illia]m W. and Martha, May 6, 1848. 

ch. George, soon after it was born, , . 

R. 3. 



m. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS II5 

DEARBORN, Thomas, at the poorhouse, Nov. 24, 1838, a. 
38 y. 

DEE, Judith, at the workhouse, bur. July 30, 1833, a. 79 y. 
c. R. 6. 

DEGRO, Eliezer, Mar. 25, 1698. 

DE LA BRUNIER, Mary, at the workhouse, Dec. 1, 1824, a. 
abt. 66 y. 

DELIBER (see also Doliver), John, s. John and Susanna, 
drowned at Rowley, Mar. 15, 1716-17, a. 14 y. 

DE MASON, Maria Benito Dorado, on a visit from her native 
Island, Porto Rico, Sept. 14, 1835, a. 33 y. g. r. 5. 

DEMINGS, John Samuel, s. John M. and Margaret, Dec. 27. 

1841. 
William Henry, s. John M. and Margaret, Nov. 19, 1842. 

DENIHUE, see Donnehue. 

DENING (see also Dennen), James, s. George, Dec. 25, 1710. 

DENNEN (see also Dening, Dennin, Denning, Dennon), Abi- 
gail, fever, Feb. 10, 1774. c. r. 2. 

Bettsy, w. Joseph, Dec. — , 1806, a. 37 y. c. r. 2. 

George, dropsy, Apr. 15, 1786, a. abt. 73 y. c. r. 2. 

Hannah (Pool), w. Job, Aug. 18, 1814. p. r. 283. 

Job, drowned, Sept. 19, 1792. c. r. 2. 

Job, s. Job and Hannah (Pool), drowned on Grand Banks, 
, 1832. p. R. 283. 

Joseph, s. Joseph, jr., July — , 1806, a. 4 m. c. R. 2. 

Joseph, , 1826. c. r. 2. 

Joseph, s. Job and Lucy (Gott), Dec. 8, 1836. p. r. 282. 

Mary, wid., , June — , 1795, a. abt. 78 y. c. R. 2. 

Mary, wid. Joseph, consumption, Aug. 2, 1845, a. 70 y. [Aug. 
'1, 1845, a. 68 y. g. r. 4.] 

Peter R., m., yeoman, s. Joseph and Betsy, consiunption, Nov. 
13, 1846, a. 43 y. 9 m. 28 d. 

Sally, d. Joseph, Jan. 30, 1797, a. abt. 15 y. C. R. 2. 



Il6 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Dennen, Susanna, spinster, d. Joseph and Mary, fever, Jan. 

25, 1847, a. 58 y. 
Survina, d. Job and Lucy (Gott), Oct. 6, 1836. p. r. 282. 
Zebulon, fever, at Surranam, July — , 1800, a. abt. 22 y. C R. 2. 
, d. Joseph, Oct. — , 1801. c. r. 2. 

DENNIN (see also Dennen), Samuel, unm., mariner, s. Joseph 
and Sarah, consumption, Nov. 10, 1849, a. 56 y. 10 m. 5 d. 

Susannah, Jan. 28, 1849. p. r. 996. 

, Mr., at the workhouse, old age, bur. Jan. 3, 1806. c. r. 

6. 

DENNFNG (see also Dennen), Caroline Lane, d. Samuel and 

Mary, Apr. 8, 1833. 
George, with Daniel Stanley, master of schr., lost on a fishing 

voyage near Isle of Sables, abt. middle of Aug., 1716, a. 

30 y. 
Mary, w. Samuel, consumption, Nov. 12, 1843, a. 47 y. 
Nicholas, June 9, 1725, a. abt. 80 y. 
Nicholas, at the workhouse, Jan. 5, 1806. [a. 80 y. c. R. 1.] 

DENNIS, Anna, w. Capt. John, bur. Dec. 23, 1830, a. 78 y. 
c. R. 6. 

Augusta D., d. William, jr., and Emily L. (Griffin) [of An- 
nisquam. c. R. 6.], Oct. 19, 1841. g. r. 9. 

Daniel, drowned Mar. 11, 1821, a. 47 y. g. r. 7. 

Emily L. Griffin, w. William, jr., b. 1819, d. Feb. 12, 1842. 
G. r. 9. 

Eunice (Pearson), w. William, d. Enoch and Eunice (Mar- 
shall), Jan. 27, 1808. p. r. 755. 

George W., s. William and Emily L. (Griffin), Mar. 30, 1849. 
p. R. 286. 

John, Oct., — , 1808, a. 70 y. or upward, c. R. 3. 

Mary, w. William, Nov. 20, 1829. c. r. 3. [Nov. 19, 1829, a. 
42 y. G. R. 2.] 

Mary E[liza, w. John. g. r. 11.], m., d. William and Mary 
Blachford, cancer, Dec. 27, 1849, a. 30 y. 6 m. 17 d. 

Moses, jr., s. Moses and Lydia, lost at sea, Jan. 1, 1835, a. 
27 y. 4 m. G. r. 2. 

Moses H[oward. g. r. 2.], s. Timothy and Judith, dropsy, Oct. 
12, 1843, a. 3 y. 11 m. 

Lydia, w. Moses, June 27, 1839, a. 57 y. 7 m. o. R. 2. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 1 7 

Dennis, Sabrine R., w. Joseph, consumption, Aug. 23. 1849, 

a. 24 y. 11 m. 3 d. 
Samuel, s. William and Mary, Jan. 12, 1821. 
Sarah, wid. John, Aug. 18, 1810. c. R. 3. 
William, h. Eunice, Jan. 27, 1808. p. R. 755. 
William, jr., s. William and Lucy, lung fever. Mar. 30, 1849, 

a. 11m. 8 d. 

, ch. William, Jan. 31, 1821, a. 4 or 5 m. c. R. 3. 

, ch. W[illia]m, Jan. 8, 1825. c. R. 3. 

DENNISON, Abigail, w. George, May 1, 1753, a. 47 y. g. r. 2. 
Adelia, d. James and Mary (Wheeler), , 1841. p. r. 

297. 

David, s. David, , 1759. 

David [Capt. g. r. 2.], h. Martha [(Story), p. r. 291.], Aug. 

21, 1835. [a. 38 y. G. R. 2.] 
Elizabeth D. d. Isaac and Sarah (Rowe), , 1835. p. R, 

291. 
Ellen, d. Jonathan and Mary (Sweetzer), July 10, 1831. p. r. 

290. 
Fidelia, d. Jonathan and Sallv (Parsons), Oct. 19, 1821. p. r. 

290. 
George, Mar. 14, 1747-8, in his 49th y. g. r. 2. 
George, insane, May 10, 1779, a. 54 y. c. R. 3. 
George [h. Margaret (Choate), s, Isaac and Sarah (Rowe), 

p. R. 291.], committed suicide, July 2, 1838. c. r. 5. 
Isaac [h. Mrs. Lucretia (Edes), p. r. 294.], Apr. 11, 1811. 

G. R. 14. [Apr. 2. p. R. 294.] 
Isaac, Capt., Sept. 3, 1811, a. 79 y. c. r. 3. [Sept. 2, 1811. 

G. R. 2.] 
Isaac, h. Mary C. (Porter), s. Isaac and Sarah (Rowe), Aug. 

27, 1846! p. R. 291. 
Isaac, a soldier in the Revolution of 1775, June 21, 1841, a. 

80 y. G. R. 2. 
Isaac Henry, s. Jonathan and Mary (Sweetzer), Oct. 17, 1828. 

p. R. 290. 
John P., s. Jonathan and Sallv (Parsons), Feb. 5, 1826. p. r. 

290. 
John William, s. Jonathan and Susan, July 7, 1826. 
Jonathan, h. Jemima (Haskell), "drowned in a storm at Scit- 

uate," Dec. 28, 1774. 
Judith, d. James and Thomazine (Griffin), Jan. 31, 1843. 

p. R. 295. 



Il8 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Dennison, Lucretia, w. Isaac, fever, Mar. 27, 1773, a. 46 y. 

c. R. 3. 
Lucretia [d. James and Thomaszine (Griffin), p. r. 295.], June 

1, 1841, a. 39 y. G. R. 2. 
Mark K., s. Jonathan and Mary (Sweetzer), Oct. 12, 1828. 

p. R. 290. 
Otis, s. Jonathan and Mary (Sweetzer), Oct. 17, 1832. p. r. 

290. 
Sally, wid., d. John and Mary Row, old age, July 10, 1849, a. 

'86 y. 7 m. 
Sally (Parsons), w. Jonathan, Nov. 2, 1825. p. r. 290. 
Sarah, w. Isaac, July 10, 1819, a, 86 y. G. R. 2. 
Susan B[rown. p. r. 297.], d. James and Mary [( Wheeler j, 

p. r. 297.], Oct. 3, 1835, a. 2 v. 2 m. g. r. 14. [Oct. 30, 

1835. G. R. 14.] 
Susanna, d. George and Abigail, Dec. 2, 1748, a. 8 y. o. r. 2. 
Susannah, d. George, Feb. 11, 1737-8. 
Tammy, d. Capt. James [and Thomazine (Griffin), p. r. 295.], 

Oct. 1, 1815. c. R. 3. [Sept. 29. p. r. 295.] 
Thomasen, w. Capt. James, June 11, 1839, a. 62 y. o. R. 2. 
Warren, s. James and Mary [(Wheeler), p. r. 297.]. Jan. 6, 

1832, a. 5 y. 5 m. g. r. 14. 
William, s. Isaac and Lucretia, Apr. 20, 1782. p. r. 294. 
W[illia]m [s. Isaac and Sarah (Rowe), p. r. 291; at Holmes 

Hole, G. r. 2.], at the Vineyard coming in from the south- 
ard, Oct. — , 1813. c. R. 3. [Oct. 19, 1813, a. 25 y. G. R. 2.] 
, inf. s. [Jonathan, in pencil.], of Boston, bur. Feb. 5, 

1826. c. R. 6. 
, ch. Jonathan, July 7, 1826, a. short of 2 y. c. R. 3. 

DENNON (see also Dennen), George, of Essex, bur. Jan. 10, 
1843, a. 27 y. c. r. 6. 

DEVIS (see also Davis), Mehetabell, w. James, June 9, 1666. 

DEXTER, Betsey Amealy, d. William and Betsev. Sept. 12, 

1798, a. 1 y. g. r. L 
Charles, s. W[illia]m and Mary, Aug. 14, 1844, a. 2 m. 6 d. 
Charles, s. William, canker, Oct. 21, 1844, a. 2 y. 2 m. 
Charles, s. William and Mary Eliza (Clark), Aug. 15, 1845. 

p. r. 187. 
Elizabeth, wid. Sept. 5, 1827, a. 63 y. c. r. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 1 9 

Dexter, Frank, s. William and Mary, scarlet fever, July 12, 

1849, a. 1 y. 7 d. 
George William, s. William and Mary Elisabeth [(Clark), 

p. R. 187.] July 30, 1838. [May 5. p. r. 189; in his 3d 

y. c. R. 6.] 
Henry, at Cadiz, received notice, Apr, 3, 1814. c. R. 6, 
Marv Elisabeth, d. William and Mary Elisabeth, Sept. 23, 

1832. • 
William, bur. bef. Mar. 1809. c. R. 6. 
William, Capt., June — , 1830, a. 40 y. c. R. 1. 

, Av. W[iflia]m, Jan. 16, 1827, a. 35 y. C. R. 1. 

, inf. d. William, bur. Sept. 24, 1832. c. R. 6. 

DIKE (see also Dyke), Job, July 14, 1705. 
Miriam, Dec. — , 1778, a. near 90 y. c. R. 2. 
Rebacah, w. Richard, Apr. 28, 1726, a. abt. 86 y. 
Richard, May 6, 1729, a. abt. 89 y. 
Sarah, old age, Oct. 9, 1771. a. 88 y. c. R. 2. 

DISCALL (see also Driskell), Jeremiah, s. and Rachel, 

Sept. 24, 1776. a. 2 m. c. r. 3. 

DISKELL (see also Driskell), Daniel D., s. Daniel D. and 

Eliza, dysentery, Sept. 23, 1848. 
Susan, wid. William, heart complaint, Mav 21, 1848, a. 64 v. 

6 m. 10 d. 

DOAN, William, of Maine, a sailor brought in here sick, bur. 
Nov. 28, 1827. c. r. 6. 

DODD, Almira, d. William and Abigail, Oct. — , 1823. 
Tamesin, w. John, Dec. 27, 1833. 

, d. John and Tamesin, May 28, 1816. 

, ch. W[illia]m, Oct. 23, 1823, a. 9 or 10 m. c. R. 3. 

• , ch. William and Abigail, Oct. 26, 1832. c. R. 3, 

DODGE, Allen A., s. Herbert T. and Betsy, throat distemper 
and scarlet fever, Feb. 1, 1849, a. 2 y. 10 d. 

Anna, v.ad., weaver, fever. Mar. 30, 1846, a. 74 y. 

Ellen A., d. Herbert T. and Betsey, Feb. 1, 1849, a. 2 y. 
G. R. 16. 

Martha, d. Barnabas, sore mouth, Dec. 11, 1772. a. 2 w. c. R. 
3. 



I 20 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Dodge, Mary, d. Barnabas and Lydia, nervous fever, July 23, 

1776, a. 11 y. c. r. 3. 
Moses, Nov. — ,'l819. c. r. 2. 
Nathaniel, Mar. — , 1815. a. abt. 73 y. c. r. 2. 
Parley, carpenter, b. Hamilton, s. John B. and Olive, typhus 

fever, Aug. 31, 1846, a. 44 y, 1 m. 26 d. 
Sally, wid., d. William and Sally Steele, consumption, Dec. 

12, 1849, a. 74 y. 
Sarah, at the poorhouse, June — , 1842, a. 85 y. [June 22, 

1842, a. 87 y. c. r. 6.] 
, ch. , bur. Dec. — , 1806, a. 10 d. c. r. 6. 



DOE, , ch. Mr. , , 1821. c. r. 2. 

DOGGET (see also Doggett), Hannah, d. William and Anna, 

croup, Apr. 8. 1844, a. 2 y. 2 m. 
Samuel, s. William and Anna, croup, Apr. 18, 1844, a. 6 y. 

7 m. 

DOGGETT (see also Dogget), Mary, at the workhouse. May 
6, 1822, a. 21 y. 

DOLEVER (see also Doliver), Samuell, July 22, 1683. 
Susanna, Feb. 28, 1704-5. -~ 

DOLIVE (see also Doliver), Sarah, d. Paul and Mary, Feb. 
4, 1721-2, a. abt. 5 y, 

DOLIVER (see also Deliber, Dolever, Dolive, Dolliver), Abi- 
gail, w. Peter, [after Feb. 20, 1766?] 

Mary, w. Paul, May 19, 1736, a. abt. 50 y. 

Mary, w. William, . [after 1745?] 

Paul [h. Rachel (Barber), p. r. 58.], commander of a schr., 
on his trip from the West Indies, smallpox, Aug. 17, 1760, 
in his 33d y. 

DOLLIVER (see also Doliver), Abigail, bur. Aug. 17, 1816, 
a. 77 y. c. r. 6. 

Daniel S[ayward, g. r. 5.], mariner, s. William H. and Ade- 
line, fit, Oct. 14, 1848, a. 23 y. I m. 15 d. 

Joseph F., s. William H. and Adeline, Aug. 9, 182[7. t. c] 



GLOUCESTER DEATKS 121 

DoLLiVER, Rachel [(Barber), p. r. 58.], Mrs. [wid. Paul. 

p. R. 58.], June 15, 1820, a. 89 y. g. r. 12. 
Sarah F[oster, Mrs. c. r. 6.], Nov. 1, 1836, a. 74 y. g. r. 1. 
W[illia]m, Capt., bur. Feb. 6, 1806, a. 84 y. c. R. 6. 
William, jr., Capt., bur. Mar. 23, 1828. c. R. 6. 
William [Capt. c. r. 6.], Oct. 10, 1841, a. 83 y. G. r. 1. [a. 

82 y. c. r. 6.] 
William H. [Capt. g. r. 5.], mariner, s. Will[ia]m and Betsy, 

bilious fever, bur. at Cayenne, June 15, 1844, a. 47 y. 3 

m. 21 d. 
William Henry, s. William and Elizabeth, Nov. 5, 1794, a. 

16 m. G. r. 1. 
, s. Capt. William, jr., bur. Aug. 19, 1827, a. 5 y. c. r. 

6. 
, inf. s. Edward and Helen, Nov. 1, 1846. 



DONNEHUE [Denihue. c. r. 6.], David, at the workhouse, 
Dec. 18, 1812. [bur. Dec. 19. c. R. 6.] 

DORMAN, Adline, b. Shapleigh, Me., d. Charles and Lydia, 
cholera infantum, Mar. 12, 1840, a. 5 m. 17 d. 

Edmund W., b. Shapleigh, Me., s. Charles and Lydia, dropsy 
on the brain. May 13, 1847, a. 7 y. 

DOROTY, Mary, consumption, Apr. 8, 1774, a. 19 y. c. r. 3. 

DOUGLAS, Benjamin, s. Jonathan and Sarah, Feb. 14, 1826. 

DOWNING, David, Sept. 20, 1723, a. abt. 46 y. 
Susanna, w. David, Dec. 22, 1719, a. abt. 39 y. 

DOWSETT (see also Dawsett). Elisabeth, at the poorhouse, 
Feb. 19, 1837, a. 87 y. [Feb. 21, a. 90 y. dup. ; Mrs., 
French refugee, bur. Feb. 20, a. 94 y. c. R. 6.] 

Esther R., d. Sarah, at the workhouse, Apr. 4, 1814, a. 5 m. 

Sally, wid. David, at the workhouse, Jan. 8, 1815, a. abt. 42 y. 
[bur. Jan. 9. c. R. 6.] 

, inf. ch. Joseph, bur, Aug, 16, 1825. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Joseph, bur, Sept. 4, 1828. c. r. 6. 

DOYL (see also Doyle), Samuel, s. Felix and Marv. [after 
May 25, 1742?] 



12 2 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

DOYLE (see also Doyl), Felix, s. Felix and Tamma (Clark). 

Feb. 16, 1821. p.' R. 189. 
Felix, h. Tamma (Clark), May 2, 1824. p. R. 189. 
Polly (Stillman), av. William, Nov. 24, 1815. p. r. 307. 
Tamma (Clark), w. Felix, Mar. 18, 1739. p. r. 189. 

DRESSER, Eben, Sept. 26, 1818. c. r. 1. 

Hannah, Feb. 2, 1839. c. R. 10. 

Job, s. Thomas and Sarah, Mar. 13, 1739-40. 

, Mr., at the workhouse, bur. Feb. — , 1805. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. Eben, Aug. 21, 1810. c. r. 1. 

, ch. E., Apr. 18, 1816, a. 2 w. c. R. 1. 

• , ch. Avid. . June 29, 1819, a. 3 m. c. R. 1. 

DRISCOLL (see also Driskell), William, s. wid. Susan, on 
his passage from St. Bartholomew to Alexandria with 
Capt. Eppes Ellery, received notice, Oct. 21, 1821, a. 16 
y. c. R. 6. 

DRISKELL (see also Discall, Diskell, Driscoll, Caroline, d. 
[Capt. c. R. 6.], Daniel D. and Elizabeth [throat dis- 
temper, c. R. 6.], Nov. 17, 1841, a. 5 y. G. r. 7. 

Jeremiah, at the workhouse, Apr. 10, 1820, a. abt. 80 y. 

Rachell [Drisscol; Avid. c. r. 6.], at the Avorkhouse, Feb. 1, 
1821, a. abt. 78 y. [bur. Feb. 2. c. R. 6.] 

DULEY (see also Duly), Anna. wid. , May 24. 182Q, 

a. 70 odd y. c. r. 3. 

James, consumption, bur. May 21, 1830, a. 19 y. c. r. 3. 

Poly [Mary W. (Langsford), p. r. 312.], av. Michael, con- 
sumption, Sept. 25, 1846, a. 30 y. 

. , ch. wid. John, Nov. 1, 1824, a. 2 or 3 y. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Nathaniel, , 1825. c. R. 3. 

, s. stillborn, Michael and Polly, Aug. 25, 1844. 

, ch. stillborn, John and Mary, Apr. 20, 1848. [1847. 

dup.] 

DULY (see also Duley), EdAvard, s. John and Mary, dysen- 
tery, Sept. 4, 1849, a. 1 y. 1 m. 3 d. 

John, Aug. 19, 1821. c. r. 3. 

Mary W., w. Michael, d. William L. and Pela Langsford, 
Sept. 25, 1846, a. 28 y. 8 m. G. R. 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 12$ 

Duly, Michael, Sept. 21, 1812. c. r. 3. 

Michael, s. Michael and Sarah, dysentery, Sept. 5, 1848, a. 

5 m. 
, ch. John, Feb. 5, 1819. c. r. 3. 

DUMPHY, , inf. ch. L., pauper, Apr. 20, 1806. c. r. 1. 

DUNBAR, Joshua, June — , 1790. c. r. 2. 

DUNCAN, Mary, Miss, July 21, 1692. 
Peter, May 6, 1716, a. abt. 86 y. 

DUREN, Jonathan, Mar. 10, 1724-5, a. abt. 23 y. 
Lydia, Nov. 27, 1723, a. abt. 14 y. 

DURGEE, Elizabeth, Sept. 23. 1711. 
Mary, d. John, Nov. 17, 1713. 

DUTCH, Grace, Oct. 10, 169 [4.] 

DUTEE, Mary, fever, Oct. 28, 1847, a. 47 y. 

DYKE (see also Dike), Rebeccah, w. Richard, Mar. 27, 1726, 
a. abt. 74 y. 

EADES, Benjamin, supposed to be lost upon the Banks in a 
violent storm, Apr. — , 1774. c. R. 3. 

EAMES, Elisabeth, w. Jesse, at East Cambridge. Mar. 17, 

1828, a. 23 y. 
Mary T., b. Pigeon Cove, d. Ezra and Miriam, Jan. 27, 1849, 

a. 1 y. 1 m. 27 d. 

EATON, Caleb, supposed, of or near Newburyport, lost from 
a vessel and found on the beach, bur. Oct. 22, 1835. C. R. 
6. 

Merchant, Nov. 16, 1724, a. abt. 20 y. 

, inf. ch. Charles, bur. Jan. 5, 1814. c. r. 6. 

EDGAR, Caroline, w. John, Aug. 19, 1832. 
Caroline, d. John and Caroline, Mar. 22, 1844. 
Eliza, d. John and Eliza, consumption. Mar. 22, 1844, a. 
13 y. 3 m. 4 d. 



124 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Edgar, Henry, h. Sarah Byles, lost at sea, . [bet. 1768 

and 1771.] 
Henry, consumption, Sept. 24, 1817. C. R. 1. 
John, h. Deborah, [after 1812?] 
John, lockjaw, bur. Aug. 16, 1813. c. r. 6. 
John, drowned, May 1, 1839. 
Martha, w. Rich[ard], consumption, Oct. 4, 1844, a. 30 y. 

2 d. 

EDGARTON, John M., student, b. Shirley, s. Joseph and Me- 
hitabel, typhus fever, Oct. 1, 1847, a. 24 y. 8 m. 7 d. 

EDMUNDSON, Samuel, on lx»ard y^ wreck of a schooner at 
sea Capt. Isaac Elwell conunander for want of the nec- 
essaries of life and drinking too large draughts of water 
at a time, Apr. 21, 1780. c. r. 3. 

EIVELETH (see also Eveleth), Susana, w. Silvester, Sept. 14, 
1659. [Sept. 7, 1659. ex. r.] 

ELEREY (see also Ellery), Jerusha, d. Nathaniel and Ann, 
July 25, 1729, a. abt. 11 m. 

ELERY (see also Ellery), Abigaill, w. Nathanaell, Apr. 1, 

1711. 
Hanah, Dec. 24, 1675. 
William, Dec. 9, 1696. 
William, h. Mary, Jan. 24, 16 — . 

ELKINS, Hiram [S. p. r. 320.], h. Joanna, [(Choate), p. r. 

320.], June, , 1834. [May 1, 1832. p. r. 320.] 

Joanna, wid. Hiram, Jan. 18, 1835. 

ELLERY (see also Elerev, Elery), [Ab]igail, d. William and 
Abigal, July 20, 1743. [July 10. a. 5 m. 3 d. g. r. L] 

Abigail, wid. Capt. William, at the workhouse, Sept. 13, 1805. 

Albert, s. David H[arriden. p. r. 315.] and Sally [Stone 
(Goldsmith), p. r. 315.], dysentery, Aug. 28, 1849, a. 
4 y. 2 m. 24 d. [Feb. 24, p. r. 315.] 

Ann, mother of Mary Rogers, Oct. 8, 1782, a. above 80 y. 

Ann, d. Nathaniel and Ann, Feb. 20, 1797. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 25 

Ellery, David H[arriden. p. r. 315.], s. David [Harriden. 

p. R. 315.], and Sarah [Stone (Goldsmith), p. r. 315.], 

Aug. 20, 1849, a. 7 y. 8 m. 24 d. G. R. 13. 
David S., s. David H. and Sally, dysentery, Aug. 20, 1849, 

a. 7 y. 7 m. 24 d. 
Dorcas, w. Capt. William, Feb. 13, 1732-3. [a. 37 y. 5 m. 

G. R. 1.] 
Edward, s. William and Harriet, Sept. 16, 1839. 
Edward T., s. Epes and Anna O., Mar. 16, 1813, a. 9 m. G. R. 

13. 
Epes, s. Epes and Anna O., at St. Bartholomew, W. I., Aug. 

29, 1821, a. 21 y. 5 m. G. R. 13. [received notice Oct. 28, 

1821. c. R. 6.] 
Epes, m., mariner, numb palsy, Feb. 20, 1846, a. 76 y. 3 m. 

22 d. [1845. a. 76 y. 4 m.G. R. 13.] 
Epes W., s. Epes and Anna O., Feb. 22, 1799, a. 16 d. G. R. 13. 
George Washington, s. George and Sarah, Aug. 18, 1833, a. 

6 m. G. R. 13. 
Hannah Procter, d. George and Sarah, Sept. 23, 1841, a. 3 

m. 12 d. G. R. 13. 
Hannah Proctor, w. [Capt. c. R. 1.] George, Sept. 21, 1842, 

a. 36 y. g. r. 13. 
Henry, s. David and Sarah, jaundice. May 30, 1844, a. 8 d. 

[Jul.—. G. R. 13.] 
Mary, d. Nathaniel and Ann, Feb. — , 1766. 
Mary, w. John Stevens; . [Nov. 25, 1770, a. 21 y. 

G. R. 1.] 

Mary, d. John Stevens and Mary, Nov. 26, 1770. 

Mary, pauper, Sept. 14, 1805, a. 70 y. c. R. 1. 

Nabby, at the workhouse, Dec. 8, 1813. 

Nancy 0[dell. p. r. 315.], d. David H[arriden. p. r. 315], and 

Sally [Sarah Stone (Goldsmith), p. r. 315.], dysentery, 

Oct.' 1, 1849, [a. 2 y. G. R. 13.] 
Nathaniel, Capt., May 30, 1761, in his 78th y. g. R. 1. 
Nathaniel, Mar. 1, 1833, a. 80 y. grad. Harv. Coll. 1772— 

non-com in Rev. g. R. 1. [bur. Feb. 24, 1833, a. 80 y. 

C. R. 6. 
Rachel, w. Nathaniel, jr., July 1, 1750 [in her 19th y. g. R. 1.] 
Sarah, wid. Nathaniel, bur. Dec. 30, 1841, a. 79 y. c. R. 6. 
Sarah, wid. Benjamin, old age, Dec. 7, 1843, a. 89 y. 4 m. 5 d. 
William, Capt, Sept. 20, 1771, a. 78 y. g. r. 1. 
, w. Jona[than], Nov. 26, 1770. 



126 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Ellery, , ch. Nath[anie]l, June 7, 1806, a. 4 y. c. r. 1. 

, ch. Benj[amin], consumption, Apr. 15, 1818. c. R. 1. 

ELLIOT (see also Elliott), Ann [Ann. c. r. 1.], supported by 
the town, at the workhoues [cancer, c. r. 1.], Apr. 30, 
1816, a. 70 y. [May 1, a. 69 y. c. R. 1.] 

Diana, wid. Andrew, at the workhouse, June 3, 1825, a. 88 y. 
[bur. June 4. c. r. 6.] 

Lydia, at the poorhouse, Jan. — , 1843, a. 68 y. 

ELLIOTT (see also Elliot), Henry, bur. Oct. 29, 1821, a. 
82 y. c. R. 6. 

ELLIS, Abigail, Apr. 27, 1836. c. r. 6. 

ELL WELL (see also Elwell), Eben Hough, s. Isaac and 

Nancy, bur. Mar. 22, 1808. c. r. 6. 
Lydia, inf. d. Robert and Betsey, bur. Sept. 13, 1811. c. R. 6, 
Robert, of Eastern Point, bur. Mar. 25, 1812, a. 61 y. c. R. 6. 
Tammy, w. Capt. Elias, bur. May 11, 1827. c. R. 6. 
, inf. ch. Abraham, bur. July 24, 1825. C. R. 6. 

ELWELL (see also Ellwell, Ewell), Abigal, d. Jonathan and 

Abigal, , 1748. 

Abraham, drowned off Island Harbour, Apr. — , 1730. 

Allice, w. Joshua, Jan. 8, 1716-17, a. abt. 30 y. 

Anna D[ana dup.], d. And[re]w and Mary Ann, canker, Dec 

7, 1844, a. 1 m. 23 d. [a. 7 w. g. r. 5.] 
Asa, consumption, Mar. 12, 1819, a. 26 y. c. R. 1. 
Benjamin, s. Jacob, Sept. 11, 1694. 
Benja[min], h. Sally (Fletcher), May 1, 1829. 
Benja[min], s. Benja[min] and Sarah [(Coas), p. r. 321.], 

poisoned by hemlock, June 24, 1848, a. 3 y. 9 m. 21 d. 

[June 23, p. r. 321.] 
Betsey, burnt, Mar. 5, 1810, a. 50 y. c, R. 1. 
Betsey, w. Joseph C, typhus fever, bur. Feb. 9, 1825. C. R. 6. 
Betsey, mother of John Williams, Feb. 20, 1837, a. 82 y. g. r. 

1. 
Betsy, w. Isaac, 3d, Dec. 9, 1828. 
Charles, s. Ebenezer and Jaen, May 5, 1695. 
Daniel, s. Daniel and Mary (Stanwood), Nov. 4, 1741. 
David, of Sandy Bay, bur. Jan. 19, 1835, a. 64 y. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 27 

Elwell, Dorcas, d. Samuel, jr. and Judith (Row), , 

1743. 
Dorcas, Aug. 13, 1833, a. 73 y. c. R. 1. 
Eals, Apr. 10, 1691. 

Ebenezer, at sea, June — , 1720, a. abt. 18 y. 
Elias, May 14, 1737, in his 69 y. g. r. 1. 
Elias, Capt., May 14, 1752, a. 43 y. G. R. 1. 
Elias, at the poorhouse, May 22, 1834, a. 88 y. [a. 78 y. c. r. 

6.] 
Elias, Capt., at Hong Kong, Apr. 21, 1846, a. 60 y. a. r. 5. 
Elias, May 2, 1849, a. 8 m. 5 d. g. r. 5. 
Elisabeth, w. Robert, consumption, Aug. 28, 1848, a. 68 y. 3 

m. 19 d. 
Eliza Ann, d. William and Eliza, consumption. Mar. 14, 1848, 

a. 18 y. 
Elizabeth, wid., Feb. 20, 1837, a. 76 y. c. R. 1. 
Esther, wid, Sept. 6, 1721, a. abt. 82 y. 
George R., June 28, 1824, a. 41 y. g. r. 7. 

George R., d. , 1828. g. r. 7. 

Henry William, s. Henry and Sarah, Feb. 17, 1820. 

Isaac, jr., Jan. 5, 1689-90. 

l[s]aac, Oct. 14, 1715. 

Isaac, s. Isaac and Susanna (Stanwood), July 12, 1740. 

Isaac, Jan. 22, 1832, a. 92 y. G. R. 12. 

Isaac, Capt., bur. Jan. 24, 1832, a. 88 y. c. R. 6. 

Isaac Watts, bur. Oct. 25, 1829, a. 25 y. c. R. 6. 

Jacob, s. Robert and Joane, May 21, 1658. ct, r. 

Jacob, killed by the French or Indians, at Cape Sable, Mav 

11, 1710. 
Jacob, s. Jacob, deceased, Sept. 20, 1713. 
James, master of a fishing sloop, lost near Cape Sable, Oct. — , 

1716, a. 25 y. 
James, s, Andrew and Mary, Oct. 16, 1825. 
James, at the workhouse [consumption, c. R. 1.], Nov. 17, 

1825, a. 43 y. 4 m. [a. 44 y. c. r. 1.] 
Jane, wid., Apr. 5, 1723, a. abt. 48 y. 
Jane, d. Robert, Jr. and Dorcas, Nov. 22, 1835. 
Jamima, d. Robert, Aug. 7, 1714. 
Joan, w. Robert, 31:1 m:1675. 
John, s. Andrew and Mary, Feb. 27, 178 [6 t. c] 
John, s. John and Mary, lost at sea [bef. Dec. 1797?] 
John, s. George R. and Clarissa, inflammation of the bowels, 

May 9, 1846, a. 1 y. 7 m. 15 d. 



1 28 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Elwell, J[o]na[than], old age, Mar. 10, 1808, a. 94 y. c. R. 

1, [Mar. 8. c. r. 1.] 

Joseph, Mav 9, 1721, a. abt. 22 y. 

Joseph, s. Joseph and Louisa, dropsy, July 7, 1849, a. 1 y. 

Josiah, Dec. 5, 1716, a. abt. 39 y. 

Lois, dropsey, Oct. 10, 1844, c. r. 5. 

Lucy, Sept. '4, 1810, a. 85 y. c. R. 1. 

Lydia, d. Andrew and Mary, March 11, 182 — . 

Mary, Mar. 25, 1680. 

Mary, w. John, Dec. 26, 1717, a. abt. 48 y. 

Mary, wid. James, Oct. 20. 1729, in her 35th y. 

Mary, wid. Andrew, Oct. 22, 1832. 

Mary, d. William and Hannah (Fears), Mar. 19, 1837. p. b. 
326. 

Mary Elisabeth, d. Georg and Elisabeth, lung fever, Sept. 19, 
1846, a. 1 y. 3 m. 11 d. 

Mary G., consumption, Apr. 14, 1816, a. 10 m. c. R. 1, 

Mary (Prince), wid.. Mar. 3, 1722-3, a. abt. 65 y. 

Mehetabell, w. Isaac, Sept. 28, 1699. 

Moses, s. Joshua and Abigail, Mar. 19, 1720-21. a. abt. 6 m. 
10 d. 

Nancy, w. Samuel, Feb. 20, 1839, a. 45 y. G. r. 5. 

Nehemiah, s. Elias and Dorcas, drowned, near Prospect Har- 
bor beyond Cape Sables, July 31, 1716, a. 15 y. 

Payn, Capt., bur. Mar. 29, 1820, a. 76 y. c. r. 6. 

Penallapah, d. John and Jaen, Aug. 10, 1688. 

Rebecca, w. Payne, of Bradford, bur. Aug. 28, 1815. c. R. 6. 

Rebecca, w. David, bur. Dec. 24, 1828, a. 36 y. c. R. 6. 

Robert, May 18, 1683. 

Robert, at Ipswich, June 2, 1715. 

Robert, Capt., at the workhouse. Mar. 27, 1805. 

Robert, Maj., , 1823, a. 44 y. G. R. 5. 

Robert, Apr. — , 1826. c. r. 1. 

Sally, at the poorhouse, Oct. 13, 1838, a. 39 y. 

Sally, Nov. 2, 1848. c. R. 5. 

Samuel [h. Rachel D. (Sawver), s. Payne, p. r. 322.], June 

2, 1824. [bur. June 3. 1823. c. R. 6 ; d. June 4. p. r. 322.] 

Samuel Stevens, s. Jonathan and Abigal, , [after 1748.] 

Samuell, Nov. 24, 1696. 

Sara, d. Robert, Apr. 23, 1651. 

Sara, d. Robert, Aug. 26. 1655. 

Sarah, d. Samuel and Hester, 3:2 m:1670. 

Sarah, d. Robert, Dec. 13, 1692. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 29 

Elwell, Sarah, Nov. 6, 1808, a. 84 y. c. R. 1. 
Solomon, s. Solomon and Esther [after May, 1783?] 
Susan[n]ah, old age, May 1, 1807, a. 84 y. c. R. 1. 
Tamma, Mrs. [wid. Capt. Isaac, c. R. 6.] Mar. 15, 1833, a. 

92 y. G. R. 12. [a. 82 y. c. R. 6.] 
Thomazine, w. Capt. Elias, May 8," 1827, a. 38 y. G. R. 12. 

William, h. Eliza; . [after 1828?] 

Zebulon, bur. Jan. — , 1820. c. R. 6. 

, s. stillborn, John and Lydia, Aug. — , 1714. 

, d. Vinson and Mary, Mar. 7, 1741-2. 

, ch. Israel, Feb. 2, 1807. c. R. 1. 

, s. Elias, drowned, Nov. 13, 1808, a. 19 y. C. R. 1. 

, ch. Benj[amin], Oct. 20, 1809, a. 6 m. c. R. 1. 

, inf. ch. Asa, bur. Aug. 18, 1818. c. R. 6. 

, s. Henry, bur. Feb. 18, 1820, a. 4 y. c. R. 6. 

, wid., bur. Mar. 5, 1822. c. R. 6. 

, Mrs., at William Pews, Freshwater Cove, bur. July 

23, 1825, a. 84 y. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Robert, Aug. 9, 1825. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Robert, Sept. 25, 1826. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Timothy R. and Isabella, scarlet fever, Apr. 26, 



1849, a. 4 d. 

EMERSON (see also Emorson), John, Rev., Dec. 2, 1700. 
Ruth, w. John, before Dec. 23, 1701-2. 

EMERTON, Prentice S [argent, p. r. 330.], s. Oliver S [argent. 

p. R. 330.], and Sarah [(Dennis), p. r. 330.], Oct. 2, 

1842, a. 1 y. 9 m. 13 d. g. r. 11. 
, wid., bur. May 13, 1835, a. 80 y. c. r. 6. 

EMMONS (see also Emons), Daniel, at the poorhouse, Mar. 

9, 1828, a. 81 y. [a. 84 y. c. R. 6.] 
Lucy, wid. Terry, dropsy, Sept. 16, 1844, a. 64 y. 8 m. 10 d. 
, wid., fever, Apr. 6, 1819, a. 78 y. c. R. 1. 

EMONS (see also Emmons), Richard, on board a fishing 
sloop, Jeremiah Butman, master, lost at sea on his return 
voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. — , 1716, a, 20 y. 

Richard, s. Daniel and Abigail, Dec. 26, 1720. 

Richard, s. Daniel and Abagiel, Aug. 6, 1727. 



1 30 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

EMORSON (see also Emerson), Elezebath, d. John, Apr. 6, 

1683. 
Samuell, s. John, Dec. 5, 1687. 

EULIN (see also Hulin), John, supported by the town, Aug. 

— , 1811. 
Sarah, w. John, supported by the towTi, Aug. — , 1811. 
William, s. John and Mary (Parsley), Aug. — , 1747. 

EULING, Lucy, d. Nancy, at the workhouse, Sept. 24, 1818, 
a. 2 y. 

EVANS, , d. Robert, bur. May 3, 1818. c. R. 6. 

EVELETH (see also Eiveleth, Evelith), Elizabeth, wid. 

, Feb. 12, 1799, a. abt. 87 y. c. R. 2. 

Isaac, Nov. — , 1685. 

Isaac, s. Isaac and Sarah, Sept. 7, 1704. 

Isaac, s. Isaac, jr. and Elisabeth, at Virginia, Aug. 9, 1746. 

Isaac, Maj. June 12, 1805, a. abt. 51 y. c. R. 2. 

Joseph, Capt., cancer, June 30, 1806, a. abt. 65 y. c. R. 2. 

Mary, d. wid. Abigaill, Apr. 7, 1686. 

Mary, d. Isaac and Sarah, Nov. 21, 1708. 

Nathaniel, s. Isaac, jr. and Elisabeth, Dec. 1, 1732. 

Rachel, w. Isaac, 3d, , 1738. 

Sarah, w. Isaac, dropsy, Dec. 26, 1721, a. abt. 42 y. 

Silvester, Jan. 4, 1688-9. 

Susanna, d. Capt. Isaac, Dec. 3, 1737, in her 22d y. 

EVELITH (see also Eveleth), Abigail, May 12, 1816, a. 67 y. 
c. R. 2. 

EVERDEEN (see also Everdon), James, s. Joseph and Mar- 
tha, Nov. 11, 1822, a. 32 y. g. r. 12. 
Joseph, May 25, 1837, a. 86 y. g. r. 12. 
Martha, w. Joseph Apr. 21, 1828, a. 74 y. G. R. 12. 

EVERDEN (see also Everdon), , ch. Sargent and 

Lydia, bur. May 6, 1813, a. 2 >^ y. C. R. 6. 

EVERDON (see also Everdeen, Everden), Harriet, d. Joseph 
and Martha, typhus fever, Mar. 19, 1848, a. 58 y. 1 m. 
2 d. [Mar. 17, 1847. dup.] 

Joseph, s. Sargent and Lydia, May 5, 1813. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I3I 

EWELL (see also Elwell), Abraham, at sea, July — , 1839, a. 
55 y. c. R. 1. 

FARLEY, Michael, h. Betsey (Pearson) 2d., July 13, 1839. 
p. R. 755. 

FARNHAM, Jo[hn], of Boston, on board a fishing sloop, 
James Elwell master, lost near Cape Sable, Oct. — , 1716. 

FAVOR, Dorcas, d. Timothy and Mary, consumption, Dec. 31, 

1845, a. 9 m. 8 d. 
Dorcas, d. Timothy and Mary Ann, lung fever, Jan. 26, 1848, 

a. 2 m. 5 d. 
Dorcas P., w. Timothy, d. Joseph and Esther Fears, Jan. 8, 

1835, in her 19th y. G. R. 13. 
Rachel, d. Timo[th]y and Marg[are]t, Dec. 25, 1833, a. 7 y. 

8 m. G. R. 13. 
Timothy, Sept. 6, 1837. c. R. 10. [a. 61 y. G. r. 13.] 

FEAR (see also Fears), John, s. twin, William and Anna 
(Bray), Dec. 6, 1748. 

FEARS (see also Fear), Adeline, d. Robert and Adeline, Nov. 

29, 1833. 
Albert, s. Robert and Adeline, Feb. 25, 1840. 
Charles L., s. Joseph and Louisa, fever, Oct. 9, 1846, a. 10 y. 

11 m. [Oct. 11, 1846, a. 11 y. g. r. 13.] 
Charles Leighton, s. William, jr. and Mary, dysentery, Sept. 

5, 1848, a. 9 m. 7 d. 
Dorcas [w. Joseph g. r. 1.], consumption. May 27, 1806, a. 

19 y. c. R. 1. [May 28, 1806, a. 18 y. 5 m. g. r. 1.] 
Isaac, jr., m., mariner on schooner Byron, s. Isaac and Betsy, 

lost on Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 31 y. 
James, Sept. 22, 1822. c. R. 3. 
John, Mar. 13, 1807. c. R. 3. 
Joseph, jr., m., mariner, on schooner Byron, s. Joseph and 

Esther, lost on Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 32 y. 

[Aug. 20, 1843. g. r.^13.] 
Louisa, wid. Joseph, brain fever, Oct. 19, 1846, a. 32 y. 

Robert, h. Betsy, . [bef. 1822?] 

William, d. , 1833. g. r. 5. 

William, m., mariner, s. Robert and Betsy, drowned at sea, 

Oct. 6 [1849. in pencil], a, 41 y. 



132 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Fears, , inf. ch. Robert and Adeline, July 25, 1845. 

, inf. ch. Robert and Addison, Dec. 19, 1846. 

FEDERICK (see also Frederick), Jabez, consumption, Jan. 29, 
1819, a. 74 y. c. r. 1. [Dec. 31, 1819, a. 73 y. g. r. 5.] 

FEDERICKS (see also Frederick), Sally, wid. Jabez, sister of 
Sargant Sawyer, Dec. 25, 1805, a. 25 y. G. r. 1. 

FELLOWS, Jonathan, Capt., —20, 1759. g. r. 2. 

FELT, Jane (Harraden), w. William, Feb. 20, 1831. p. R. 
220'. 

FERNAL, Octavia [Fernald, Abby Octavia. g. r. 9.], d. 
Charles and Abigail, consumption, Aug. 1, 1847, a. 13 v. 
7 m. 15 d. [Jul. 31, a. 13 y. 7 m. g. r. 9.] 

FIELD, Timothy, s. Timothy and Mary, Jan. — , 1836. 

FIGGIES, Mary, d. William A. and Judith, Dec. 28, 1819, a. 

2 y. G. R. 7. 
William A., s. William A. and Judith, Apr. 22, 1837, a. 2 

m. G. R. 7. 
William H., s. William A. and Judith, Mar. 3, 1833, a. 6 ni. 

G. R. 7. 
, inf. ch., William A. and Judith, May 25, 1821. g. r. 7. 

FINSIN (see also Vinson), Thomas, May 13, 1762. c. r. 5. 

FINSON (see also Vinson), Ambrose, Feb. 18, 1806. c. R. 3. 

Cornelius, at the poorhouse, Feb. 7, 1839, a. 64 y. 

Tho[ma]s, killed on a fishing vessel when three "were taken 

by the Indians in fox harbour viz. James Wallis Senr. 

James Wallis Junr. and John Lane," June 22, 1724. [June 

8. p. R. 240.] 
Thomas, drowned at Plum Cove, Gloucester, Feb. 13, 1752. 

in his 42d y. p. r. 340. 

FISHER, George, s. Jacob S. and Sarah, June — , 1829. 
Sarah Elisabeth, d. Jacob S. and Sarah, Feb. — , 1834. 
Sarah Eliza, d. Jacob, bur. Feb. 5, 1837, a. 16 m. c. R. 6. 
, inf. d. Jacob, bur. Sept. 7, 1833. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 33 

FITCH, John, May 9, 1715. 
Mar-y, Nov. 7, 1692. 

FITZ, Aaron, jr.. unm., fisherman, s. Aaron and Nancy, con- 
sumption, Nov. 16, 1843, a. 26 y. [ 1813. dup.] 

Alfred, m., mariner, s. Aaron and Nancy, consumption, Apr. 
17, 1845, a. 33 y. 11 m. 13 d. 

Alfred O., s. Alfred and Elisabeth, Feb. 2, 1844, a. 5 m. 

Nancy, ch. Aaron, Dec. 26, 1805. c. R. 3. 

Nancy, d. Aaron and Nancy, June 8, 1806. a. 1 y. 8 m. G. R. 2. 

Nancy, Nov. 19, 1834, a. 20 y. G. R. 2. 

FLECHER, Nathan. Mar. 26, 1776. c. r. 5. 

FLEMING, Samuel, drowned fishing, Apr. — , 1730. 

FLETCH, Mary E., d. Samuel and Mary, Sept. 16, 1843, a. 
1 y. 6 m. 22 d. 

FORBES, Eli, Rev. Dr., Dec. 15, 1804. [a. 78 y. g. r. 1.] 

FORD, Judith, maiden, Aug. 23, 1798, a. abt. 30 y. c. r. 2. 

FOSBERRY, , s. stillborn. Charles and Mary, Sept. 20, 

1849. 

FOSTER, Addelade Cows [d. Capt. Joseph, c. r. 6.] Sept. 

14, 1840, a. 1 y. g. R. 5. 
Bartholomew, Dec. 5, 1689. 
Benjamin, h. Ruby (Frye), at Surinam, Sept. 24, 1847. p. r. 

342. 
Betty, at the workhouse, Nov. 14, 1814, a. abt. 80 y. 
Caroline, w. [Capt. g. r. 5.] Jeremiah, Mar. 30, 1830. [a. 32 

y. G. R. 5.] 
Caroline Frances, d. Jeremiah and Caroline, Feb. 21, 1825. 
David, Oct. 27, 1815. c. r. 1. 
Edward, s. Bartholomew [and Hannah, ct. r.]. 10:1 ra:1681. 

[1681-2. CT. R.] 
Elijah, Oct. 11, 1827, a. 79 y. c. r. 1. 
Ephraim, dr[owned], Oct. 27, 1703: 
Frances, s. Bartholomew, Aug. 17, 1688. 
Georgiana, d. Jeremiah and Caroline. Feb. 18. 1829. [bur. 

Feb. 20, 1829, a. 2 y. c. r. 6.] 



134 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Foster, Jane, Feb. 18, 1806, a, 53 y. c. r. 1. 

Jane, consumption, May 3, 1817, a. 36 y. c. R. ]. 

Jeremiah, Capt., Mar. 22, 1804, a. 49 y. G. R. 1. 

Jeremiah, s. Jeremiah and Caroline [croup, c. R. 6.] April 

— , 1830 [June 2, 1830, a. 11 m. c. R. 6.] 
John, s. Samuell, May 27, 1713. 
Joseph, Col., Dec. 10, 1804, a. 74 y. g. r. 1. 
Joseph, s. stillborn, Joseph and Lucy, bur. Feb. 2, 1807. c. r. 6, 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Lucy, bur. May 2, 1814, a. 6 m. c. R. 6. 
Joseph, Capt., lost at sea, Aug. — , 1816, a. 52 y. g. r. 5. 
Joseph, at Havanna, received news, July 27, 1837, a. 22 y. 

c. R. 6. 
Joseph, m., mariner, s. Joseph, deceased, Dec. 15, 1843, a. 59 

y. 4 m. 17 d. [Dec. 19. G. R. 5.] 
Julia A., w. Capt. Thomas J., Apr. 6, 1834, a. 27 y. G. R. 5. 
Lucy, Miss, Sept. — , 1836. 

Lucy, w. Capt. Joseph, Sept. 7, 1837, a. 53 y. c. R. 6. 
Lydia, w. Col Joseph, July 27, 1784, a. 52 y. G. R. 1. 
Mary, at the workhouse, Feb. 23, 1824, a. 99 y. 5 m. 
Polly, wid., Sept. — , 1831, a. 72 y. c. r. 1. 
Kachall, Oct. 1, 1708. 
Rebecca, w. Capt. Joseph lost at sea, Apr. 27, 1820, a. 61 y. 

G. R. 5. [bur. May 1. c. r. 6.] 
Ruby, w. Benjamin, Dec. 22, 1838. [Dec. 28, 1839, a. 76 y. 

8 m. p. R. 342] 
Samuel, Dec. 18, 1717, a. abt. 39 y. 
Sarah, d. Samuel, May 19, 1706. 
Seth, mariner, b. Beverly, sailed on the schooner General 

Scott, drowned in the gale Nov. 25, 1846, a. 18 y. 
Thomas, Dec. 17, 1705. [Dec. 7. dup.] 
, wid. Col. Joseph, bur. Apr. — , 1808. c. R. 6. 

—ZZZIIiJ^^- E-' J^-' ^^^- 11' 1^0^' ^' ^ ^- ^- ^- ^' 
, inf. ch. Elijah, bur. Nov. 25, 1816. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Capt. Joseph, bur. Aug. — , 1817. c. R. 6. 

, Mrs., at the workhouse, bur. Feb. 24, 1824, a. 98 y. 

c. R. 6. 

, inf. d. Capt Jer[emiah], bur. Feb. 22. 1825. c. R. 6. 



FREDERICK (see also Federick, Federicks, Fredricks), James, 

Mar. 16, 1836, a. 44 y. g. r. 5. 
Judith, Oct. 11, 1835, a. 81 y. g. r. 5. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 35 

FREDRICKS (see also Frederick), Betsey, bur. Jan. 2, 1820. 

c. R. 6. 
Hannah, bur. Sept. 4, 1833, a. 42 y. c. R. 6. 

FREEMAN, Else, at the poorhouse, Sept. 21, 1838, a. 70 y. 

Rhoda. w. Robert, May 2, 1829, a. 60 y. G. R. 4. 

Serena Sargent, w. George, childbirth, bur. Apr. 1, 18 lo. 

C. R. 6. 

Silva, w. Robert, Jan. 16, 1794, a. upwards of 90 y. c. R. 2. 
, w. Robert, May 2, 1829, a. 55 y. c. r. 1. 

FRENCH, Samuel Steele, Nov, 10, 1842, a. 10 y. g. r. 5. 
Sarah, w. Amos, of Boston, bur. Feb. 28, 1823, a. 31 y. c. R. 6. 

FRETCH, Esther, w. Samuel, Sept. 3, 1832. 

FRIEND, Alinda, w. Elbridge Gerry [at Boston, g. r. 13.], 

Aug. 23, 1842. A. and c. [Jan. 25, 1843, a. 29 y. G. R. 13.] 
Ann [w. William H. g. r. 5.], m., d. James and Anna Wilson, 

June 27, 1846, consumption, a. 27 y. 8 m. 15 d. [a. 29 

y. G. R. 5.] 
Ann Maria, d. William H. and John [Ann. g. r. 5], June 19, 

1841. [a. 8 m. 10 d. G. R. 5.] 
Benja[min] F., s. Charles and Clarissa, canker, Feb. 21, 1846, 

a. 4 m. 12 d. [1847. G. R. 5.] 
Benjamin F., 2d, s. Charles and Clara F., Aug. 8, 1849, a. 

10 w. G. R. 5. 
Benja[min] Franklin, s. Lemuel and Betsy, Sept. 23, 1825. 

[Sept. 3, 1825. a. 2 m. 5 d. G. R. 5.] 
Edwin, s. Josiah O. and Caroline [D. Sa3'ward. p. r. 351 ; 

measles c. r. 6.], Mar. 27, 1841. [Mar. 25, p. r. 351 ; 

bur. Mar. 26. a. 4 y. c. R. 6.] 
Edwin, s. George and Mary R. [I. g. r. 5.], throat distemper 

and scarlet fever. Oct. 21, 1846. a. 4 y. 2 d. 
Elisabeth [Parkhurst. p. r. 353.], w. Richard, jr., Aug. 3, 1824. 
Emily, d. Richard, jr. and Elisabeth [(Parkhurst), p. r. 353.]. 

Oct. 14, 1818. 
Frances A., Aug. 22, 1842, a. 1 y. G. r. 13. 
Hannah, Miss, Feb. 25, 1837, a. 67 y. 
Harriet, Everett, d. Richard, jr., and Sally, 2d w., Nov. 30, 

1839. 
Helen Maria (Ehvell), m., d. Elias and Clementine, [x:. J. 

S. G. R. 5.], consumption, Nov. 17, 1849, a. 26 y. 



I 36 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Friend, James, of England, master of a sloop, Aug. 13, 1724. 

a. abt. 38 y. 
John K., s. Samuel and Abigail, dropsy, Feb. 23, 1844, a. 6 y. 

3 m. 4 d. 
John Kinsman Wells, s. Samuel and Dorcas, Jan. 12, 1820. 

[a. 6 y. c. R. 6.] 
John Kinsman Wells, s. Samuel and Dorcas, Apr. 5, 1833. [a. 

12 y. c. R. 6.] 
Tosiah, O., jr., s. Josiah O. and Caroline D. [(Sayward), 

p. R. 351.], d. Mar. 9, 1831. G. r. 5. [a. 3 y. 

c. R. 6.] 
Lemuel H., s. Lemuel and Hannah O., Jan. 21, 1836, a. 10 m. 

G. R. 5. 
Lucy, d. Samuel K. and Lucy, March 8, 183 — . 
Margaret G., d. Samuel, jr., and Abigail, measles, June 11, 

1849, a. 2 y. 5 m. 7 d. 
Martha [Kimball, g. r. 5.], w. Richard, Sept. 25, 1842. [a. 

73 y. g. r. 5.] c. r. 6. 
Mary Elizabeth, d. George, jr. and Betsy D. [(Ropper) p. r. 

'352], Aug. 5, 1841 la. 5 m. c. r. 6.] 
Mary (Harraden), w William, d. Rev, Benj[amin] Bradstreet, 

Aug. 14, 1804. p. R. 220. 
Nath[anie]l, jr., s. Nathaniel and Mary E., dropsy, Sept. 13, 

1847, a. 11 m. 6 d. 
Nath[anie]l H., s. Nathaniel and Mary Ann [E. g. r. 5.], 

consumption, Sept. 9, 1849, a. 1 y. 4 m. 22 d. 
Phineas H., s. Sam[ue]l and Abigail, inflammation of the 

brain, Aug. 2, 1848, a. 16 y. 4 m. 21 d. 
Richard, widr. [h. Martha (Kimball), p. r. 349.], trader, s. 

Richard and Hannah, old age, July 15, 1849, a. 83 y. 

6 m. 3 d. 
Sally, wid. [Israel of Beverly, g. r. 5.], sister of Richard, week 

of Sept. 25, 1842. c.'r. 6. [Sept. 30. a. 75 v. G. r. 

5.] 
Samuel, s. Samuel, jr. and Abigail, Nov. — , 1834. 
William F., b. Boston, s. William and Elizabeth, cholera mor- 
bus, Aug. 24, 1849, a. 1 y. 6 m. 14 d. 

, ch. R. jr.. Oct. 19, 1818, a. 9 w. c. r. 1. 

, ch. Lemuel, bur. Sept. 4, 1825, a. 9 w. c, R. 6. 

, d. Samuel, jr., throat distemper, bur. Mar. 8, 1833, 

a. 4 y. c. R. 6. 

, inf. d. William Scott, Jan. 10, 1834. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Lemuel, jr., bur. Jan. 23, 1836. c. r. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 37 

Friend, , s. Samuel, jr., bur. Feb. 24, 1844, a. 4^ y. 

c. R. 6. 
, ch. stillborn, Geo[rge] F. and Hannah E., Apr. 1, 

1848. 

, s. stillborn, Joseph S. and Helen, July 16, 1849. 

, ch. Sam[ue]l and Abigail, dysentery, Sept. 19, 1849, 



a. 21 d. 

FRIER, [Ejlezabath, Sept. 9, 1685. 

Hannah, from New Hampshire, at the workhouse, bur. Aug. 
9, 1841. c. R. 6. 

FRYE, Pamha, July 1, 1836. c. r. 9. 

FUDGER, John G., h. Eliza, at Boston, , 1802. 

FULLER, Daniel, Mr., drowned at New York, Aug. 11, 1818, 

a. abt. 44 y. c. r. 2. 
Daniel, Rev., d. at Boston, May 23, 1829. g. r. 9. 
Hannah, w. Rev. Daniel, Feb. 19, 1810. c. r. 2. 
Mary, w. Capt. William, Aug. 16, 1804, a. 62 y. G. R. 1. 
Richard G., m. mariner by a fall, July 27, 1848. a. 39 y. 
William, Capt., at sea, — , 1777, a. 35 y. G. R. 1. 
William, b, Boston, s. James W., of Boston, fever, Apr. 18, 

1845, a. 3 y. 
William Osborn, only s. William J. A. and Catharine L., Apr. 

18, 1845, a. 3 y. g. r. 9. " 

, w. Daniel, July 23, 1807. c. r. 2. 

, s. stillborn, Richard and Lavinia, Aug. 11, 1843. 

FUZ, of Ipswich, drowned near mouth of Annisquam 

River, Mar. 4, 1724-5. 

GAERRIN (see also Geering), , w. John, of Eastern 

Point, bur. Apr. 13, 1835. c. R. 6. 

GAFFNEY (see also Gafney), Abigail [Story, g. r. 5.], w. 

Daniel, Mar. 20, 1827. [Mar. 22, 1827. a. 22 y. g. r. 

5; bur. Mar. 25. c. r. 6.] 
Allen A. [Ellen, g. r. 5.], d. Michael and Lucinda [T. g. r. 

5.], consumption, Feb. 6, 1848, a. 17 y. 9 m. 3 d. 
Emma F., d. Michael and Lucinda T., Dec. 28, 1845, a. 4 y. 

g. r. 5. 



1 38 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Gaffnev, Eunice F.. d. Michael and Lucinda, dropsy of the 

head, Dec. 28, 1845, a. 4 y. 20 d. 
Jacob, s. Daniel and Elisabeth, 2d w., Feb. 1, 1837. [1838. 

a. 18 m. G. R. 5.] 
Jefferson, bur. Mar. 7, 1844, a. 38 y. c. R. 6. 
Lucinda Frances, d. Michael and Lucinda, dropsy in the head, 

Feb. 21, 1848, a. 1 y. 9 m. 12 d. 
Lucinda T., dressmaker, d. Michael and Lucinda [T. G. k. 

5.], consumption, Jan. 30, 1846, a. 19 y. 1 m. 17 d. 
Michael, bur. Feb. 24, 1838, a. 88 y. c. R. 6. 
Otis, s. Dan[ie]l and Abigail, dysentery, Aug. 27, 1849, a. 1 

y. 2 m. 24 d. 
Otis H., s. Daniel and Elizabeth, Mar. — , 1849, a. 15 m. 

G. R. 5. 
Thomas Jefferson, shipwright, consumption. Mar. 6, 1844, a 

39 y. 6 m. 7 d. 

GAFNEY (see also Gaffney), John Grotton, s. Mathew, bur. 
Dec. 3, 1841, a. 3 y. c. r. 6. 

, w. , bur. Sept. 3, 1832, a. 69 y. c. R. 6, 

, d. Daniel, bur. Feb. 1, 1837, a. 6 m. c. R. 6. 

GAMAGE (see also Gammage), Benjamin, s. Samuel G. and 

Nancy E., Aug. 13, 1814, p. R. 362. 
Ebenezer, h. Nancy [(Lurvey), p. r. 360.], Dec. 27, 1832. 
Irene Mrs., consumption, Aug. 19, 1840, c. r. 5. 
James, Aug. 28, 1834. p. r. 360. 
Nancy E., d. Samuel G. and Nancy E. (Knutsford), Dec. 

12. 1824. p. r. 362. 
Stephen, h. Mary (Haskins), Aug. 20, 1834. p. r. 358. 
Thomas, Nov. 15, 1846. p. r. 360. 

GAMMAGE (see also Gamage). Anna, d. John and Anna 

(Gott), — , 1768. p. r. 357. ' 
Anna (Gott), w. John, Apr. 9, 1828. p. r. 357. 
Dolly (York), w. John jr. Mar. 12, 1828. a. 55 y. p. r. 357. 
Ebenezer, s. John and Anna (Gott), Dec. 27, 1838. p. r. 357. 
Epes, s. John and Anna (Gott), Mar. 11, 1809. p. r. 357. 
James, s. John and Anna (Gott), Feb. 22, 1809. p. r. 357. 
John, h. Anna (Gott), Apr. 23, 1824. p. r. 357. 
Stephen, s. John and Anna (Gott), Aug. 22, 1824. p. r. 357. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 39 

GARDINAR (see also Gardner), James, s. James and Eliza- 
beth, Oct. 5, 1663. 

GARDINER (see also Gardner), Sara, d. James [and Eliza- 

[beth] CT. R.], Apr. 21, 1662. 

GARDNER (see also Gardinar, Gardiner), Abagail West, w. 

Rich[ar]d, Jan. 31, 1846, a. 38 y. c. R. 1. 
Anna, w. Robert, Mar. 28, 1788, a. abt. 48 y. c. R. 2. 
Elezabetli, w. James, Mar. 4, 1683-4. 
Eliza A., d. George and Polly, typhus fever, July 24, 1847, 

a. 12 y. 3 m. 22 d. 
Coas, July 21, 1807, a. 60 y. c. R. 1. 
George, s. James and Eliza [beth], Mar. 22, 1664. ex. R. 

Hannah, w. Daniel, . [after June 20, 1765?] 

James, Dec. 8, 1684. 

James, s. John, jr. and Lydia, — , 1754, a. 11 m. 

John, s. John, jr. and Lydia, Sept. 6, 1760. 

Joseph, m. b. Salem, baker, s. Joseph and Nancy, consumption, 

Sept. 21, 1848, a. 72 y. "ll m. 12 d. 
Mary, d. James [Elizabeth, ct. r.], Oct. 25, 1671. 
Mary, Sept. 29, 1708. 
Mary, at the workhouse, Mav 4. 1806. [Mav 5, 1806, a. 75 y. 

c. R. 1.] 
Meriam, d. John and Meriam, Nov. 9, 1704. 
Robert, at the Avorkhouse. Feb. 14. 1816. [Feb. 15. a. 82 v. 

c. R. 1.] 
William Henry, s. William and Mary, Mar. 1, 1841. 

, ch. stillborn Joseph, Mar. 24, 1696. 

, ch. stillborn, Aug. 7, 1698. 

 , Mrs., Oct. 28, 1789, a. abt. 84 y. C. R. 2. 

 , inf. ch. R., June — , 1840. c. R. 1. 

, s. W[illia]m and Mary, lung fever, July 1, 1844, 

a. 1 d. 

GEARING (see also Geering), Fanny, Mrs., May 14, 1847. 

C. R. 10. 

, inf. ch. George, bur. Aug. 21, 1838. c. r. 6. 

GEE, Betsy, Mar. 26, 1838. p. r. 369. 
Elender, Oct. 5, 1759. p. r. 369. 
Elias, Sept. 1, 1801. p. r. 369. 
Elizabeth, bur. June 7, 1818. c. R. 6. 



140 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Gee, Hannah, w. William, Jan. 29, 1767. p. R. 369. 

James, Dec. 29, 1804, p. r. 369. 

John, July 10, 1760. p. r. 369. 

John, Dec. 11, 1789. p. r. 369. 

John jr., Sept. 29. 1787. p. r. 369. 

Joshua, Aug. 2, 1794. p. r. 369. 

Lydia A., d. Nathaniel and Margaret, Apr. — , 1837, a. 7 m. 

4 d. P. R. 368. 
Nancy, d. William and Eliza, consumption, Jan. 6, 1849, 
Nathaniel B., s. Nathaniel B. and Lydia (Thurston), June 

6, 1804. P. R. 144. 
Nathaniel B., s. Nathaniel B. and Lydia (Thurston), Oct. 

1, 1811. P. R. 144. 
Nathaniel B., h. Lydia (Thurston), Aug. 8, 1819. p. r. 144. 
Polly, Nov. 13. 1765. p. r. 369. 
Polly, Apr. 16, 1834. p. r. 369. 
Samuel, Oct. 4, 1773. p. r. 369. 
Samuel jr., Sept. 3, 1798. p. r. 369. 
William, s. William and Hannah (Adams) [July 17, 1759. 

p. R. 369.] 

William, 3d.. , 18, 1762. p. r. 369. 

William, Jan. 19, 1798. p. r. 369. 

William, Capt., bur. Nov. 26, 1816, a. 80 y. c. R. 6. [d. Nov. 

24. p. R. 144.] 

GEERING (see also Gaerrin, Gearing, Gerin, Gerren, Gerrin, 

Gerring), Edward, Feb. 2, 1841, a. 47 y. p. r. 908. 
Edw[ar]d. m., mariner, consumption, Feb. 4, 1845, a. 49 y. 
Edward H., s. Edw[ar]d and Sally, dropsy in head, Mar. 29, 

1845, a. 9 m. 7 d. 
Edward Henry, Mar. 24, 1845. p. r. 908. 
Fanny, w. Edward, consumption, May 15, 1847, a. 74 y. 9 

m. 5 d. 
George, s. Joseph and Sally, Mar. 29, 1841. 
Henry, s. Frederick and Dorcas, June 20, 1841 [1842. a. 6 

y. 1 m. 9 d. G. r. 10.] 
Joseph, h. Sally, lost on Cape Cod in a Smack with 7 others, 

Oct. 3, 1841. 
Joseph, mariner, s. Joseph and Susan, sailed on the schooner 

General Scott, drowned in the gale, Nov. 25, 1846, a. 

21 y. 
Lois, w. John, . [after 1824?] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS T4I 

Geering, Lydia, Apr. 14, 1841. p. r. 908. 
Roxana, 2d w. John, . [after 1831?] 

GERILS (see also Jerals), Elizabeth, d. Israel, bur. Oct. 26, 
1841, a. 7 y. c r. 6. 

GERIN (see also Geering), Lois, d. John, bur. June 11, 1835, 

a. 6 y. c. R. 6. 
, ch. , bur. Mar. 4, 1814. c. R. 6. 

GERREN (see also Geering), George, at sea, Dec. 3, 1807, 
a. 17 y. c. R. 1. 

GERRIN (see also Geering), Mary, bur. Mar. 22, 1815. C. R. 6. 

GERRING (see also Geering), Henry, s. Frederick and Dor- 
cas, July 18, 1844, a. 2 m. G. R. 10. 

GIBAULT (see also Gibaut), John [Esq. c. r. 6.], Aug. 10, 
1805, a. 38 y. c. r. 1. 

GIBBS, Daniel, Esq. Mar. 21, 1762, in her 61st y. [a. 60 y. 

G. R. 1.] 
Mary, \v. Daniel, Jan, 27, 1769, in her 60th y. 

GIDDINGS (see also Gidings), Aaron, of Essex, bur. Aug. 9, 

1832. c. R. 6. 
Benjamin, s. Josuah and Abigaill, Feb. 4, 1708-9. 
Benjamin, s. Joshuah, Nov. 11, 1712. 
Elizebth, w. Georg, May 10, 1727, a. abt. 54 y. 
James, s. Lawrance and Elizabeth, Nov. 13, 1721, a. 21 d. 
Jane, d. Joshua, Dec. 13, 1722, a. abt. 11 y. 
Joshua, on board a fishing sloop, John Davis, master, lost at 

sea on his return voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. — , 1716, 

a. 38 y. 
Laurance, s. Laurance and Elizabeth, July 30, 1720. 
Laurance, s. Laurance and Elisabeth, July 3, 1725, a. 14 d. 
Lucy, w. Aaron, of Sandy Bay, bur. Mar. 22, 1830, a. 68 y. 

c. R. 6. 
Mary, Apr. 9, 1706. 
• , ch. , Esq., of Sandy Bay, bur. July 16, 1825, 

a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 



142 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

GIDINGS, Abigaiel, d. Larvance and Elizebth, Oct. 19, 1731, 

a. 5 y. 3 m. 
Larunc, at Canso, May 8, 1727, a. 41 y. 

GILBERT (see also Gibault), Elisabeth, d. Jonathan and Abi- 

gal, . [after Mar. 1756?] 

Ester, consumption, June 21, 1815, a. abt. 23 y. c. R. 2. 
Fitz, bur. Mar. 27, i833, a. 28 y. c. r. 6. 

Fitz E., h. Eliza, Mar. . [25, 1833. p. r. 372.] 

Foster, s. Ignatius and Sarah E., throat distemper, Jan. 10, 

1849, a. 1 y. 23 d. 
Ignatius, m., carpenter, s. Jonathan and Sally, typhus fever 

Sept. 12, 1848, a. 29 y. 10 m. 6 d. 
Jonathan, Capt., May 9, 1800, a. abt. 87 y. c. r. 2. 
Jonathan, May 9, 1836, a. 96 y. c. R. 1. 
Jonathan, m., seaman, s. Jonathan and Lucy, consumption, 

Feb. 14, 1845, a. 72 y. 4 m. 3 d. [Feb. 18. g. r. 16.] 
Lucv, w. [Capt. c. r. 2.], Jonathan [child-bed consumption. 

'c. R. 2.], Dec. — , 1814. [Nov. 24. a. 37 y. c. r. 2,] 
Rachel, d. Moses and Rachel [(Ross), p. r. 372.], bur. May 

3, 1809, a. 13 m. c. R. 6. 
Rachel, d. Samuel and Sarah, — , 1809, a. 6 y. g. r. 5. 
Rachel R[oss. p. r. 372.], w. Moses, May 3, 1831, a. 52 y. 

G. r. 5. 
Sam[ue]l [s. Samuel and Sarah, g. r. 5.], consumption, June 

9, 1827, a. 23 y. c. r. 1. 
Sarah, w. Samuel, Sept. — , 1811, a. 29 y. g. r. 5. 
Sarah, d. Samuel and Sarah, — , 1812, a. 7 m. g. r. 5. 
William, jr., Mar. 15, 1808, a. abt. 25 y. c. r. 2. 
, ch. twin, Jonathan, Nov. 10, 1782, a. abt. 15 m. 

c. r. 2. 

, d. Jonathan, cough. May 11, 1787, a. abt. 2 y. c. R. 2. 

, w. Capt. Jonathan, Jan. — , 1791, a. abt. 76 y. c. r. 2. 

[Moses jr., p. r. 372.], inf. ch. . [Moses and 

Rachel (Ross), p. r. 372.], bur. Oct. 26, 1804. c. r. 6. [d. 

Oct. 23. p. R. 372.] 

, ch. Jona[than], burnt, Nov. 29, 1806, a. 3 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Sam[ue]l, Dec. 13, 1807, a. 4 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Capt. Jonathan, Kettle Cove, Mar. 28, 1813. c. r. 

2. 

, inf. ch. Capt. Jonathan, Feb. 27, 1814, c. R. 2. 

[Rachel, g. r. 16.], w. Jonathan, Feb. 7, 1826, a. 76 



y. c. R. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 43 

Gilbert, , w. Samuel, bur. Mar. 26, 1832. c. R. 6. 

, d. Benjamin, bur. Nov. 20, 1836, a. 13 m. c. r. 6. 

GILES (see also Gvles), Abagail, d. Thomas and Mary Soper 

(Marshall), Jan. 31, 1799. P. R. 373. 
Betsey C. (Lane), w. Capt. John James, June 11, 1835. p. p. 

593. 
Calvin, s. Matthew S[mith. p. R. 375.], and Sally [(Webster), 

p. R. 375.], Sept. 28, 1828. 
Darius, ch. Matthew Smith and Sally (Webster), Apr. 12, 

1842. p. R. 375. 
George V[inton. s. Thomas and Olive (Tarr), p. r. 404.] 

consumption, Sept. 7, 1842. c. R. 5. 
George Vinton, s. Thomas and Olive, Sept. 10, 1821. [1820. 

p. R. 404.] 
Mar>% d. Matthew Smith and Sally (Webster), Oct. 20, 1840. 

p. R. 375. 
Marv Soper (Marshall), wid. Thomas, Sept. 27, 1822. p. r. 

'373. 
Olive [(Tarr) p. r. 404.], w. Thomas, Mar. 3, 1831. 
Sally, consumption, Mar. 7, 1840. c. r. 5. 
Samuel, h. Margaret Davis (Norwood), June 25, 1817. p. R. 

270. 
Samuel, s. Samuel and Margaret Davis (Norwood), Oct. 7, 

1825. p. r. 270. 
Sarah, d. Samuel and Margaret Davis (Norwood), Oct. 22, 

1837. p. R. 270. 
Thomas, h. Mary Soper (Marshall), Nov. 18, 1795. p. r. 373. 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Olive, at sea, Mar. 9, 1832. 
William, s. William and Hannah (Gott), Sept. — , 1826. 

p. R. 377. 
William, s. William and Hannah (Gott), June — , 1833. p. r. 

377. 
William, s. Matthew S[mith. p. r. 375], and Sally [(Webster), 

p. r. 375.], July 19, 1834. 
, d. Samuel and Margaret, Oct. 8, 1825. a. 3 w. p. r. 

270. 

OILMAN, Frederick, Capt.. while on a journey for his health, 
at Reading, May 19, 1798, a. 33 y. G. R. 1. 

Mary Langdon, w. Arthur, eldest d. Dr. William Coffin, Apr. 
29, 1799, a. 20 y. G. r. 5. 



144 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

GILSON, Charles H., s. Samuel S. and Emily, scarlet fever, 

May 29, 1849, a. 5 y. 6 m. 3 d. 
Martha, d. Parker and Jane, Sept. 12, 1848, a. 6 m. 15 d. 

G. R. 12. 
Philena, b. Cutler, Me., d. Parker and Jane, consumption, 

Sept. 13, 1848, a. 6 m. 12 d. 

GLOVER, Abigail, Mar. 17, 1808, a. 70 y. c. r. 1. 

Abigail, at the workhouse, bur. July 24, 1835, a. 22 y. c. R. 6. 

Benja[min] T., m., mariner, b. Cape Cod. drowned at sea, 

Oct. 6 [1849. in pencil], a. 27 y. 
Elizabeth, w. Charles, 6:1 m:1647. 
Ruth, w. Steevens, Aug. 16, 1664. 
Steven, Dec. 10, 1686. 

, s. Steevens [and Ruth. CT. r.], Aug. 5, 1664. 

, d. Capt. William, bur. Apr. 10, 1825, a. 2 y. 3 m. 

c. R. 6. 

GOADY, Elisabeth, at the workhouse. Mar. 12, 1807. 

GODFRY, Abigail, Dec. — , 1726, a. abt. 18 y. 

GOFF, William, servant to Sam[ue]ll Griffin, Sept. 27, 1726, 
a. abt. 21 y. 

GOING, John, h. Sally (Story), Apr. 23, 1817. a. 37 y. p. r. 

363. 
Lucy, d. John and Sally (Story), Sept. 4, 1820. p. r. 363. 

GOLDSMITH, Nancy, Mrs., suddenly at Manchester, Feb. 28, 
1848, c. R. 5. 

GOODIN (see also Gooding), Richard, sr., Mar. 5, 1708-9. 

GOODING (see also Goodin), Daniel, Apr. — , 1717, a. abt. 
30 y. 

Elinor, July 3, 1722, a. abt. 42 y. 
Mary, May 11, 1693. 

GOODRICH (see also Goodridge), Caleb, h. Mary [consump- 
tion, c. R. 6.], Mar. 13, 1829. [a. 30 y. c. R. 6.] 

John Carter, s. John C. and Mary [Betsey B. G. R. 1.], canker 
on bowels, Aug. 6, 1848, a. 1 y. 11 m. 17 d. [a. 2 y. 
G. R. 1.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 145 

Goodrich, Joseph, bur. Aug. 24, 1815, a. 45 y. c. R. 6. 

Mary, Mrs., Nov. 21, , a. 68 y. c. R. 1. 

Sarah Elizabeth, d. Caleb and Mary, dysentery, Aug. 30, 1849, 
a. 22 y. 1 m. 10 d. 

, Capt, — , 1781. c. R. 2. 

, Mr., Nov. 5, 1826. c. R. 1. 

GOODRIDGE (see also Goodrich), Elisabeth, d. Benjamin 

and Rebecca, — , 1752. 
Mary, measles, Mar. 27, 1816, a. 5 y. C. R. 1. 
Joseph, s. John and Hannah, Mar. 2, 1724-5, a. abt. 10 y. 

GOODWIN, Charina M., laborer, w. Moses, inflammation of 
the head, bur. at Shapleigh, d. May 13, 1847, a. 36 y. 
1 m. 10 d. 

Elisabeth, w. William, Sept. 13, 1760. 

Hannah, wid., Feb. 4, 1724-5, a. abt. 80 y. 

Samuel, Aug. 18, 1745. 

GORDON (see also Gourdon), Eliz[abe]th, pauper, Mar. 12, 
1807, a. 75 y. c. r. 1. 

GORHAM, Eliza, d. Solomo[n] and Sarah, Aug. 29, 1774, 

a. 10 m. G. r. 1. 
Solomon, Dec. 21, 1795, a. 47 y. g. r. 1. 
Susannah, youngest d. Col. John and Elizabeth, Mar. 18, 1832, 

a. 81 y. G. r. 1. 

GORTEN, George W., b. Essex, s. George W. and Rachel, 
fever, July 25, 1846, a. 2 m. 17 d. 

GOSS Allen, s. William and Abigail (Gould), Sept. 12, 1820. 

p. R. 168. 
Edward, s. William and Abigail (Gould), Feb. — , 1827. p. R. 

168. 
Eliza, d. Dr. James and Polly [Jaquith p. r. 399.], Sept. 18, 

1800. 
George Washington, s. Dr. James and Polly Jaquith, June 18, 

1828. p. R. 399. 
Hannah [Smith, p. r. 399.], 2d w. James, Jan. 30, 1827. 
Polly [Jaquith. p. R. 399.], w. Dr. James, July 3, 1800. 
Richard, Capt., Oct. 3, 1764, in his 53d y. G. R. 2. 
Richard, Capt., June 15, 1769, in his 53d y. G. R. 2. 



146 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Goss, Sally Jackson, d. William and Elvira, May 13, 1825. 
Sally Jackson (Pool), w. William, June 18, 1836. p. r. 400. 
Sylvester, s. Dr. James and Polly, Apr. 10, 1836. 
William, at the poorhouse, Sept. 26, 1828, a. 69 y. 
William [h. Sally Jackson (Pool), p. R. 400.], consmnption, 
Nov. 4, 1845. c. R. 5. 

GOTT, Abigail, w. Benjamin, Jan. 8, 1756, in her 36th y. 

Abigail, at the poorhouse, Jan. 13, 1832, a. 88 y. 

Abner, Dec. 12, 1809, a. abt. 70 y. c. r. 3. 

Abner [of Annisquam. c. R. 6.], May 22, 1832. c. r. 3. [bur. 

May 20, a. 30 y. c. R. 6.] 
Benjamin [A. p. R. 392.], s. Eli and Hypsa [(Lane), p. r. 

392], Oct. 13, 1830, a. 2 y. G. R. 2. 
Benjamin Atwood, s. Eli and Hipsa, Oct. 13, 1839. 
Bethany, wid. Samuel, Apr. 23, 1755, in her 68th y. 
Betse}', d. Daniel and Nabby (Goss), June 18, 1807. a. 3 y. 

4 m. 9 d. P. R. 958. 
Betsy, at the poorhouse, Dec. 2, 1839, a. 2 y. 
Daniel, s. Daniel and Nabby (Goss), May 16, 1807. p. r. 

958. 
Daniel, h. Nabby (Goss), Dec. 7, 1817. p. r. 958. 
Deborah (Pool), d. Joshua and Deborah (Pool), Dec. 7, 

1800, in her 17th'y. p. R. 398. 
Deborah [(Pool), p. r. 398.], w. Joshua, Jan. 8, 1801. a. 

39 y. 8 m. g. r. 3. 
Deliverance, Sept. 3, 1800, a. 73 y. p. r. 567. 
Ebenezer, h. Betsey (Goss), p. r. 388, s. John and Hannah 

(Gamage), — , 1797. p. r. 387. 
Elisabeth, d. Eli and Hepsy [(Lane), p. R. 392.], consumption, 

Nov. 6, 1849. [.a 16 y. 9 m. a. 15 y. g. r. 2.] 
Eliza Cummings, d. Jabez Richardson and Hannah Belknap 

(Jewett), Aug. 31, 1818. p. r. 395. 
Eunice [F. g. r. 2.], d. Eli and Heypsa [(Lane), p. r. 392.], 

typhus fever, Oct. 27, 1846. a. 16 y. 
Frederick, s John and Esther, Oct. 22, 1813. p. r. 391. 
Hannah, d. Samuell and Hannah, Feb. 5: 1726-7. 
Hannah, d. Samuell, jr. and Hannah, Apr. 13, 1728. 
Hannah, d. Mary, Apr. 17, 1750. p. r. 367. 
James, 3d, Jan. 19, 1807, a. 36 y. c. r. 3. 
James, s. James, 3d, and Lydia [(Pool), p. r. 389.], Sept. 21, 

1812. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 47 

GoTT, James, jr. [s, Eli and Hypsa (Lane), p. R. 392.], Feb. 8, 

1829, a. nearly 30 y. c. R. 3. 
James, consumption, June 18, 1846. 

James, s. Eli and Hypsa (Lane), Feb. 23, 1848. p. r. 392. 
James, s. Abner and Mary, lung fever, Feb. 23, 1848, a. 80 

y. 5 m. 
James E., s. James and Esther M., lung fever, Feb. 12, 1847, 

a. 1 y. 3 m. 
John [h. Esther (Robbards), p. r. 390. s. John and Hannah 

(Gamage), p. r. 387.], of Sandy Bay, bur. Feb. 10, 1812, 

a. 57 y. c. r. 6. [Feb. 8. p. r. 387.] 
John, Capt., Dec. 8, 1812. p. r. 391. 
John, s. John and Peggy, at sea, Aug. 5, 1828. 
John, Capt., Nov. 24, 1845. c. r. 5. 
Joseph, jr.. Mar. 17, 1755, a. 3 y. 7 ra. 12 d. p. r. 398. 
Joseph, Apr. 30, 1755, in his 30th y. 
Joseph, s Joshua and Deborah (Pool), Dec. 29, 1800, in the 

21st y. of his age. p. r. 398. 
Joshua, s. Joshua and Deborah (Pool), Aug. 3, 1786. a. 19 d. 

p. R. 398. 
Joshua [h. Deborah (Pool), p. r. 398.], a soldier of the Revo- 
lution, Mar. 22, 1846, a. 92 y. G. R. 3. 
Lydia, d. Samuel and Margeret, Dec 20, 1717, a. 6 y. 
Lydia, d. Samuel and Margret, Oct. 22, 1722, a. abt. 3 y. 
Lydia, d. James, 3d and Lydia [(Pool), p. r. 389.], Sept. — , 

1814. [Sept. 26. p. r. 389.] 
Lydia, d. James, 3d and Lydia [(Pool), p. r. 389.], May 6, 

1838. 
Margret, w. Sam[ue]ll, Nov. 1, 1722, a. abt. 46 y. 
Mercy, d. Josuah and Deborah (Pool), Dec. 27, 1800, in her 

9th y. p. R. 398. 
Nabby, d. Daniel and Nabby (Goss), Mar. 13, 1806, a. 9 m. 

p. R. 958. 
Nancy, m., d. Joshua and Deborah (Pool), Oct. 29, 1835, a. 

47 y. 3 m. 27 d. p. r. 398. 
Nathaniel, s. Samuel and Margret, June 20, 1720, a. abt. 2 

y. 8 m. 
Nathaniel, May 10, 1752, a. 25 y. g. r. 3. 
Peggy (Tarr), w. John, Apr. 17, 1839. P. R. 390. 
Roger Williams, at the poorhouse, Jan. 28, 1839, a. 1 y. [Feb. 

dup.] 
Samuel, Lt., Nov. 3, 1748, a. abt. 71 y. 



148 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

GoTT, Samuel, jr. [s. Hannah, p. r. 367.], Mar. 26, 1750, a. 

25 y. G. R. 3. 
Samuel P., s. Nathan and Loisa, Oct. — , 1839. 
Sarah, w. Joshua, Feb. 1, 1807, in her 54th y. g. r. 3. 
Sarah Augusta, d. James and Sarah J., dysentery, Aug. 28, 

1849, a. 1 y. 9 m. 7 d. 
Solomon, s. Abner and , drowned Aug. 29, 1779, a. 18 

y. c. R. 3. 
Solomon, at Portsmouth, Apr. 3, 1826. c. R. 3. 
William, s. William and Elisabeth (Wanson), Aug. 18, 1746. 
William, suddenly, bur. July 12, 1831. c. r. 6. 
William, s. William and Mary, dysentery, Aug. 30, 1849, a. 

2 y. 5 m. 8 d. 

, Sept. 3, 1800, a. 75 y. p. r. 398. 

, ch. James, jr. Dec. — , 1809. c. R. 3. 

, wid. , Apr. — , 1821, a. near 80 y. C. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Abner, Feb. 19, 1832, a. 6 or 7. C. R. 3. 

, s. stillborn, John and Emily, Jan. 11, 1848. 

GOURDON (see also Gordon), Moses, s. Daniel, jr. and 
Jenny (Davis), July 15, 1751. 

GRANT, Abigail, May — , 1841, a. 83 y. c. R. 1. 

Naomi, at the workhouse, Jan. 12, 1806. [Jan. 13, a. 78 y. 
c. R. 1.] 

GRAY, Betsy, w. Edward [L. g. r. 1.], consumption, Jan. 10, 

1844, a. 58 y. 5 m, 8 d. [June. g. r. 1.] 
Clarissa, inf. d. Philip, bur. Oct. 24, 1836. g, r. 6. 
Clarissa, d. Phillip and Harriet, Sept. — , 1838. 
Hannah, w. Phillip, consvmiption, bur. Apr. 6, 1842, a. 27 

y. c. R. 6. 
Martha (Riggs), w. Francis, Apr. 6, 1849, p. r. 19. 
William, bur. May 11, 1815, a. 73 y. c. r. 6. 
, d. Phillip, bur. Mar. 21, 1840, a. 17 m. c. R. 6. 

GRAYHAM, , wid. , Jan. 30, 1794, a. abt. 78 y. 

c. R. 2. 

GREEN (see also Greene), James H., b. Salem, s, Ja[me]s 
and Emily, croup, Nov. 14, 1846, a. 1 y. 6 m. 5 d. 

John [measles c. R. 1.], supported by the town, at the work- 
house. May 16, 1816, a. 4 y. [May 17. c. r. 1.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 49 

Green, Mary Somes, inf. d. James, bur. Sept. 8, 1825. c. r. 6. 
Nathaniel Warner, s. James, bur. May 28, 1824, a. 5 m. 

c. R. 6. 
Samuel, at the workhouse, Mar. 16, 1817, a. abt. 7 y. 

, d. James, croup, bur, Apr. 26, 1829, a. 14 m. c. r. 6. 

, ch. Henry and Lucy, fits, July 5, 1846, a. 11 d. 

GREENE (see also Green), Caroline [E. g. r. 11.], w. James 
[jr. G. R. 11.], consumption, June 9, 1843, a. 17 y. 3 m. 
15 d. [a. 18 y. g. r. 11.] 

GREENLEAF, Rebbecca, Feb. 19, 1836, a. 72 y. g. r. 8. 

William, consimiption, May 25, 1817. C. R. 1. 
William, suddenly, bur. Nov. 5, 1824. c. R. 6. 
, wid., bur. Mar. 1, 1835, a. 72 y. c. r. 6. 

GREENOUGH, Huldah, suddenly, May 1, 1819, a. S3 y. c. 
R. 1. 

GRIFEN (see also Griffin), Betsey [wid., old age. c. r. 1.], 

at the workhouse, Aug. 22, 1816, a. 88 y. [Aug. 23, a. 

84 y. c. R. 1.] 
Betsey, at the workhouse, Dec. 4, 1821, a. abt. 57 y. 
Fanny, wid., Mar. 2, 1807. c. r. 3. 
Gustavus, s. Gustavus and Anna [Nancy, g. r. 2.], Sept, 8, 

1802. [a. 1 y. 4 m. 27 d. o. R. 2.] 
Gustavus [Capt. g. r. 2.], h. Anna, Feb. 10, 1807. [a. 36 y. 

c. R. 3.] 
Mary A., d. Enos and Mary W., May 29, 1848, a. 10 m. 

g. r. 3. 
Mary (Wise), w. [wid. c. R. 3.], Oliver, June — , 1821. [bur. 

June 7. c. r. 3.] 
Oliver, h. Mary (Wise), — , 1815. 
Peter [consimiption. c. r. 1.], at the workhouse, Aug, 22, 

1816, a. 44 y. 
Sarah, w. Daniel, Mar. 31, 1737, in her 22d y. g. r. 3. 
Sarah M., d. Enos and Mary W., May 29, 1843, a. 27 d. 

g. r. 3. 

GRIFFIN (see also Griffen), Abigail, d. Samuel 3d and Mary, 
smallpox, Nov. 21, 1778, a. 31 y. c. r. 3. 



1 50 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Griffin, Abigail [Nabby, w. Joel. c. r. 3.], Oct. 10, 1831, 
G. R. 14. [bur. Oct. 16. c. r. 3.] 

Adison, bur. Jan. 11, 1831. c. R. 3. 

Albert, s. Joel and Clara L., d. Feb. 20, 1839. g. r. 9. 

Ambrose, supposed to be lost upon the Banks in a violent 
storm, Apr. — , 1774. c. R. 3. 

Amos, m. [h. Lucy (Hariden), p. r. 407.], mariner, consump- 
tion, Feb. 19, 1849, a. 63 y. [a. 63 y. 5 m. g. r. 3.] 

Andrew, Dea. Nov. 27, 1829. c. r. 3. 

Charles, in Batavia, May 27, 1821, a abt. 23 y. c. R. 3. 

Charlotte, d. Andrew, June 7, 1809, a. abt. 3 y. c. r. 3. 

Charlotte Dane, d. Samuel and Eliza[beth], nervous fever, 
June 4, 1773, a. 4i4 y. c. r. 3. 

Deborah, wid. , May 6, 1815, aged women, c. R. 3. 

Ebenezer, s. Daniel, jr., and Susanna, consumption, Mar. 24, 
1776, a. 5 y. c. r. 3. 

Eliphalet, Capt., at the Vineyard coming in from the south- 
ard, Oct. — , 1813. c. R. 3. 

Elizabeth, d. Amos and Lucy (Hariden), Oct. 9, 1825, p. r. 
407. • 

Epes, jr., drowned [on a passage to Charleston, S. C. p. r. 
410.], , 1827. c. R. 3. [Dec. 17. p. r. 410.] 

Epes, h. Lucy, Jan. — , 1837. p. r. 410. 

Esther, d. Oliver and Mary, — , 1807. p. r. 405. 

Fanny, at the poorhouse, Apr. 30, 1828, a. 54 y. 

Hannah, w. Samuel, jr., fever, Dec. 10, 1774, a. 45 y. c. R. 3. 

James, s. Samuel jr. and Margaret [Oct. 27, 1749, in his 
20th y. g. r. 2.] 

James, jr., Jan. 10, 1816. c. r. 3. 

James, h. Judeth (Woodbury), Feb. 10, 1817. p. r. 406. 

James, Aug. 12, 1828, a. 73 y. c. r. 3. 

James, s. Enos and Mary, dropsy, Aug. 3, 1848, a. 15 m. 

Jane, w. Dudley, Oct. 25, 1802, a. 28 y. G. R. 2. 

Jane (Marshall), w. Timothy, Jan. 20, 1838. p. R. 415. 

Jeremiah, Feb. 6, 1821. c. r. 3. 

Joel W., s. Joel and Clara L., d. July 1, 1828. g. R. 9. 

Jonathan, s. W[illia]m, in the hospital at Philadelphia, July 
14, 1825, a 19 y. c. R. 3. 

Joseph, s. wid. Jonathan, deceased, drowned off the coast, 
coming from Europe, Apr. — , 1806. c. r. 3. 

Joshua, s. Jonathan, quinsey, Feb. 7, 1773, a. 4 y. c. R. 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 5 I 

Griffin, Judith, d. Thomas and Judith, a complication of 
disorders produced by a great cold, Feb. 20, 1773, a. 16 
y. c. R. 3. [1772, in her 5th y. G. R. 2.] 
Judith, w. Thomas, Apr. 8, 1793, in her 55th y. G. R. 2. 
Judith [(Woodbury), p. R. 406.], w. James, bur, Sept. 3, 

1814. c. R. 3. [d. Sept. 4, p. r. 406.] 
Lucy, w. Capt. Epes, Apr. 27, 1823. c. r. 3. [Apr. 11, 1824. 
p. r. 408; Mar. 29, 1824. p. r. 410.] 

Lydia, Nov. 10, 1792, in her 24th y. g. r. 2. 

Lydia, d. Capt. Eliphalet, Dec. 7, 1812. c. r. 3. 

Margaret, d. Samuel, Oct. 12, 1805, a. 35 or 40 y. c. R. 3. 

Mary, w. Sam[ue]l, jr., Sept. 10, 1767, in her 51st y. G. R. 2. 

Mary, wid. Jonathan, May 4, 1806. c. R. 3. 

Nathaniel, s. Samuel jr. and Margaret, July 15, 1740. 

Olive, d. William, Mar. — , 1810, a. 7 y. C. R. 3. 

Olive, w. William, Apr. 10, 1832. c. r. 3. 

Oliver, s. Oliver and Mary, killed in an engagement at sea 
by a musket ball from an English privateer, on board a 
brigg 40 leagues from Bilboa, Nov. 25, 1779, a. 15 y. 
c. R. 3. 

Oliver, drowned [expected lost on their passage from Provi- 
dence, R .1., towards Charlestown, S. C. p. r. 408.], 

, 1827. c. R. 3. [Dec. 17. p. r. 410; Mar. p. r. 

408.] 

Peter Woodbury, consumption, Dec. 6, 1812. c. r. 3. 

Reuben P., s. Thomas and Sally, croup, Dec. 24, 1843, a. 6 
y. 2 m. 27 d. 

Sally, grand, d. Dea. Dove, Jan. 20, 1809, a. 16 or 18 y. 
c. R. 3. 

Sally Sargant, d. Timothy and Sally [(Clark), p. r. 185.], 
Aug. 2, 1832, a. 25 y. g. r. 2. 

Samuel, jr., jaundice, Jan. 15, 1781. c. R. 3. 

Samuel, blind man, June 18, 1813. c. r. 3. 

Sarah Jane, d. Timothy and Jane (Marshall), Jan. — , 1835. 
p. R. 415. 

Sarah Jane, d. Timothy and Jane (Marshall), Jan. 15, 1838. 
p. R. 415. 

Sarah T., d. Laurence and Susan, July 3, 1839. p. r. 416. 

Solomon, at the southard, — , 1814. c. r. 3. 

Suky, unmarried, Jan. 17, 1830, a. over 50 y. c. r. 3. 

Thomas, jr., Dec. 13, 1791, in his 29th y. g. r. 2. 

Thomas, Feb. 13, 1796, in his 62d y. g. r. 2. 



152 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Griffin, Thomasin, d. Samuel 3d. and Elizabeth, fever, Dec. 

12, 1774, a. 18 y. c. R. 3. 
Timothy, s. Timothy and Sally (Clark), May 27, 1845. p. R. 

185. 
Tristram, on his passage to the Isle of St. Thomas, West 

Indies, Feb. — , 1822. c. r. 3. 
Warren, s. Noah B. and Rhoda, May — , 1831. 
William, s. Elias and Eliza [T. g. r. 10.], Aug. 26, 1844, a. 

1 y. 3 m. 12 d. [1845. G. r. 10.] 
William, s. Jona[than] and Susan, cramp, Nov. 9, 1849, a. 

18 y. 6 m. 17 d. 

, w. Epes, July 21, 1805. c. r. 3. 

, ch. wid. Mary, Sept. 11, 1805, a. 2 y. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Peter W., whooping cough, Oct. 10, 1810, a. a 

few w. c. R. 3. 

, ch. twin, Capt. Epes, June — , 1815. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Joel, Sept. 14, 1818. c. r. 3. 

, ch. David, Aug. 29, 1820. c. r. 3. 

, ch. David, bur. Oct. 2, 1825, a. 5 or 6 y. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Amos, Oct. 11, 1825. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Joel, July 1, 1828, a. 5 m. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Noah B., Oct. 16, 1829, a. 6 or 7 m. c. R. 3. 

• , w. William, of Annisquam, bur. Apr. 11, 1832. c. R. 



6. 
, s. Enos and Mary, fever, May 28, 1843, a. 1 y. 

GRIFFITH, Nathaniel, s. Capt. Nath[anie]l and Pricilla, Aug. 
1, 1793. a. 1 y. 6 m. c. r. 2. 

GRIMES, Abigail, [wid. c. r. 6.], at the workhouse. May 25, 
1814, a. abt. 80 y. [bur. May 26. c. R. 6.] 

John Bagley, Jan. — , 1829. p. r. 419. 

Mark, h. Tammy (Priestley), Mar. 15, 1836. p. r. 419. 

Nabby, at workhouse, Feb. 2, 1815, a. abt. 43 y. 

Nancy, at the workhouse, Feb. 7, 1807. 

Tammy, Mrs., Dec. 10, 1847, p. r. 739. 

William, s. Mark and Tammy (Priestley), Aug. 26, 1830. 
p. R. 419. 

GROVER, Abel, Sept. 13, 1799. c. r. 5. 

Abigail, w. Richard, . [after 1748?] 

Abigail, Jan. — , 1795. c. r. 5. 

Abigail, at the poorhouse, July 23, 1835, a. 22 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 53 

Grover, Amanda, d. William and Harriet, Apr. 8, 1825. 
Amos Singleton, s. Joseph and Sarah (Page), — , 1775. a. 

14 d. p. R. 423. 
Daniel, — , 1761. g. r. 1. 

Eben, s. Ebenezer and Sally (Tarr), Aug. 26, 1799. p. r, 426. 
Eben[eze]r [h. Margaret (Jeffords), p. r. 214], Dea., Oct. 25, 

1761. c. R. 5. 
Ebenezer, s. Ebenezer and Sally (Tarr), Dec. 23, 1796. p. r. 

426. 
Edmen, s. Nehemiah and Abygal, May 29, 1729. 
Edmon, Eld., Feb. 5, 1761. c. R. 5. 

Edmund, Capt. drowned in Va., Feb. 8, 1742. p. r. 422. 
El[ea]z[e]r, Dea. Dec. 25, 1795, a. in his 86th y. g. r. 1. 
Eliezer, s. Eliezer and Hannah, drowned, July 13, 1805. [in 

his 11th y. G. R. 1.] 
Eliezer, May 15, 1833, a. 67 y. C. R. 1. [a. 69 y. g. r. 1.] 
Eliza Ann, d. Josiah and Sally, Oct. 24, 1825. 
Emily, d. John and Mary, July 31, 1836. 
Hannah, d. Josiah and Hannah, Mar. 1719-20, a. 15 d. 
Hannah, Aug. 17, 1832, a. 69 y. c. r. 1. [Aug. 13, G. R. 1.] 
John, s. Joseph and Sarah (Page), — , 1805. p. r, 423. 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Sarah (Page), drowned, — , 1780. p. r. 

423. 
Josiah, consumption, Sept. 24, 1829, a. 51 y. c. r. 1. [1824. 

G. r. 1.] 
Josiah, W., consumption, Aug. 19, 1828, a. 24 y. c. r. 1. 
Josiah Willard, s. Josiah and Sally, Apr. — , 1824. 
Josiah Willard, s. Josiah and Sally, Feb. 17, 1828. 
Josiah Willard, s. Josiah and Sally, Feb. 23, 1832. 
Letitia, consumption, Dec. 29, 1810, a. 33 y. c. R. 1. 
Letitia, consumption, Aug. 5, 1818, a. 12 y. c. r. 1. 
Marget, d. Nehemiah and Abygal, Oct, 18, 1728. 
Mary, Mrs., May 16, 1757. c. r. 5. 
Mary, Feb., 1799. c. r. 5. 

Nehemiah, s. Nehemiah and Abygal, May 29, 1729. 
Nehemiah, Jan. 13, 1761. c. r. 5. 
Patty, bur. Nov. 30, 1812, a. 30 y. c. r. 6. 
Sarah (Page), w. Joseph, — , 1778. p. r. 423. 
Thankful, w. Dea. Eleazer, May 18, 1786, a. 73 y. G. R. 1. 
Timothy Eaton, s. Joseph and Sarah [(Page), — , 1758. p. r. 

423.] 



154 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Grover, William [Capt. g. r. 5.], m., mariner, s. Eleazer and 
Hannah, consumption, Apr. 17, 1846, a. 57 y. 5 m. 27 d. 
[Apr. 16, a. 58 y. G. r. 5.] 

, wid., suddenly, Jan. 4, 1809, a. 80 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Jos[ep]h, Jan. 10, 1811, a. 8 m. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Josiah, jr., hydrocephalus, Feb. 17, 1828, a. 16 

m. c. R. 1. 

, Mrs., Oct. — , 1832, a. 32 y. c. R. 1. 

-, ch. , of Sandy Bay, bur. May 31, 1833, a. 2 



y. c. R. 6. 

GUIER, , d. wid. , Oct. 26, 1787, a. abt. 3 m. 

c. R. 2. 

GULLISON, Mary, w. Philip, child bed, July 31, 1725, a. abt. 
34 y. 

GUTRIDGE (see also Guttridge), , w, Joseph, bur. 

Oct. 5, 1824. c. R. 6. 

GUTTRIDGE (see also Gutridge), , s. Joseph, bur. 

June 3, 1825, a. 18 m. c. R. 6. 

GYLES (see also Giles), Hannah, w. Samuel, Jan. 6, 1732-3, 
in her 20th y. g. R. 1. 

HACKS, John, on board a fishing sloop, James Elwell mas- 
ter, lost near Cape Sable, Oct. — , 1716, a. 25 y. 

HADLEY, Daniel, returning from a fishing voyage to Canso, 

June 10, 1737. 
Hannah, d. John, jr., May 19, 1711. 
Hannah, w. John, Sept. 18, 1761, a. abt. 70 y. 
John, Oct. 22, 1711. 
John, June 11, 1809, a. 70 y. c. R. 1. 
John W., s. John, and Sally, consumption, Oct. 27, 1843, a. 

3 m. 6 d. 
Nabby, at the workhouse, Nov. 12, 1823, a. 70 y. [bur. Nov. 

13. c. R. 6.] 
Samuell, s. John and Hannah, Dec. 22, 1727, a. 10 y. 3 m. 
Sarah, at the poorhouse. May 6, 1835, a. 95 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 55 

HADLOCK, Ann, d. Nathaniel and Nancy, July 19, 1833. 
[Joseph, p. R. 425.], ch. Nathaniel, Nov. — , 1814, a. abt. 

9 m. c. R. 2. [Nov. 20. P. R. 425.] 

Mary, w. Nathaniel, , 1759. 

Remember, wid.. Mar. 2, 1717-18, a. abt. 64 y. 

William, drowned, Sept. 14, 1730. 

William, drowned upon the banks, Sept. — , 1797, a. 49 y. 

c. R. 2. 
William, s. Nathaniel and Nancy, Aug. 16, 1830. 

HAINS, William, s. Sarah Row, Dec. — , 1725. 

HALE (see also Hales), Benjamin, h. Lucy (Tarr), May 15, 

1806. p. R. 429. 
Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Martha (Woodbury), June 18, 

1818. p. R. 428. 
Edmund, s. Stephen and Amelia, Jan. 12, 1822. 
Elinor (Knight), w John, — , 1781. P. R. 427. 
George, s. George D. and Betsev H. (Tarr), Aug. 24, 1825. 
John, h. Elinor (Knight), —, 1787. P. R. 427. 
Lucy (Tarr), wid. Benjamin, Mar. 22, 1822. p. R. 429. 
Martha, w. Benj[amin], Aug. 17, 1777. c. r. 5. 
Sarah, d. Benjamin and Martha [(Woodbury), p. r. 428.], 

mortification, Apr. 5, 1773, a. 4 w, c. R. 3. 
Sarah (Eaton), w. Stephen, Mar. 27, 1809. p. r. 430. 
Sarah J., d. William and Jane (Whalen), Nov. 27, 1837. p. 

R. 433. 
Stephen, h. Amelia, [after 1831?] 
Stephen [h. Sarah (Eaton), 1st w., Sally (Hartshorn), 2d. 

w. p. r. 430], Jan. 3, 1835. a. 63 y. G. R. 14. 
William, h. Betsey G. (Woodbury), Apr. 4, 1814.' a. 27 y. 

1 m. 14 d. p.'r. 432. 
, d. George D. and Betsey H. (Tarr), Mar. 15, 1823. 

p. R. 431. 

HALES (see also Hale), Lydia, wid. Capt. W[illia]m, May 

15, 1833. a. 90 y. g. r. 1. [bur. May 7. c. r. 6.] 
William, Capt., June 5, 1790, a. 33 y. g. r. 1. 

HALEY, Thomas, s. Morris and Hannah, dysentery, Aug. 17, 
1849, a. 1 y. 1 m. 16 d. 

HALL, Thomas, at the workhouse, July 29, 1823, a. 78 y. 



156 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

HAM, Olive, b. North Berwick, Me., w. Marshal, consump- 
tion, bur. at Rockport, d. Mar. 29, 1848, a. 29 y. 2 m. 3 d. 

HAMANS (see also Hammond), John, s. John, Apr. 26, 1693. 
Mary, May 6, 1689. 

HAMBLTON, Mary, May 6, 1733. 

HAMMOND (see also Hamans, Hammons, Hamons), James, 
"an illegitimate child" at the workhouse, Apr. 18, 1806. 

HAMMONS (see also Hammond), John, at Casco Bay, Jan. 
— , 1717-18, a. abt. 54 y. 
Ruth, Apr. 17, 1689. 

HAMONS (see also Hammond), John, Feb. 3, 1724-5, a. abt. 
21 y. 

HANSON, Mary E., w. Francis, consumption, May 2, 1847, a. 
21 y. 6 m. 6 d. 

HARADAN (see also Haraden), Daniel, at Elizabethtown, 

N. J., putrid fever, June 17, 1779, a. 40 y. c. r. 3. 
Mary, d. Nathaniel and Mary, throat distemper, Mar. 13, 

1776, a. 17 y. c. r. 3. 

Mary, d. Andrew and Lj'dia, chin cough, Oct. 10, 1777, a. 

18 m. c. R. 3. 
Mary Beale, d. Daniel and Susanna, chin cough, Aug. 31, 

1777, a. 10 m. c. r. 3. 

Susanna, w. Daniel, fever, June 27, 1779, a. 37 y. c. r. 3. 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Eliz[abet]h, Dec. 1-, 173-, a. 4 y. 
G. R. 2. 

HARADEN (see also Haradan, Haradon, Hardan, Harindin, 
Harradain, Harradan, Harradane, Harraden, Harradin, 
Harradine, Harridan, Harriden, Heden), Amy, wid. 
James, consumption, Apr. 18, 1845, a. 79 y. 

Andrew, twin brother of Jonathan, Aug. 13, 1832. 

Anna, w. James, Apr. 19, 1845, a. 79 y. G. r. 2. 

Betsy, d. John and Betsey (Davis), June 4, 1794. p. r. 267. 

Betsy, d. John and Betsey (Davis), June 25, 1828. p. r. 267. 

Betsy [(Lane), p. r. 440.], w. Nathaniel, cancer, May 12, 
1845, a. 36 y. [a. 37 y. 4 m. g. r. 3.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 57 

Haraden, David, Oct. 7, 1821, a. 17 y. g. r. 12. 

David, May 15, 1825, a. 50 y. g. r. 12. [bur. May 23. c. r. 6.] 

David S., silversmith, s. Andrew and Ann, typhus fever, Dec. 

28, 1845, a. 21 y. 2 m. 13 d. 
Eunice [Unice Harriden. G. R. 2.], d. James and Amy, con- 
sumption, Jan. 3, 1849, a. 59 y. 4 m. 3 d. [a. 53 y. G. R. 2.] 
Hannah, w. David, July 5, 1821, a. 75 y. G. R. 12. 
James, jr., Sept. 29, 183-, a. 42 y. G. R. 2. 
John [Capt. c. R. 6.], Nov. 9, 1824, a. 55 y. G. r. 12. 
Jonathan, h. Sarah, Apr. 15, 1832. 
Joseph, Dea., h. Lydia, May 1, 1811. p. r. 443. [a. 55 y. 8 

m. 15 d. G. R. 2.] 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Catharine, driven to sea in a small boat, 

Apr. — , 1845, a. 42 y. 7 m. [Apr. 3. g. r. 1.] 
Katherine, w. Joseph, jr.," Oct. 15, 1803. [a. 21 y. g. r. 2.] 

[a. 73 y. 2 m. 18 d. G. R. 2.] 
Lydia, wid. Dea. Joseph, Dec. 28, 1835. P. R. 443, 
Martha [Patty, wid. c. r. 6.], w. John, Sept. 5, 1827, a. 52 y. 

g. r. 12. [bur. Sept. 7. c. R. 6.] 
Martha, wid. Joseph, heart complaint, Jan, 11, 1849, a. 70 y. 

1 m. 19 d. 
Martha Elizabeth, d. Caleb and Susannah (Marchant), May 

3, 1849. p. R. 439. 
Mary, d. Nathaniel and Mary, Oct. 24, 1767, a. 4 y. 21 d. 

G, R. 2. 
Mary, wid. David, jr., Dec, 2, 1835, a. 62 y. g. r. 12. [bur. 

Dec. 15. c. R. 6.] 
Mary Odell [consumption, c, R. 1.], d, John and Martha, 

Aug. 22, 1828, a. 23 y. G. r. 12. [9 m. c. R. 1.] 
Nancy, b. Pigeon Cove, w. Jonathan, d. Isaac and Rachel 

(Witham) Dade, Oct. 23, 1843, a. 26 y. a. and c. 
Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Mary, Nov, 7, 1767, a, 3 y. 25 d. 

G. R. 2. 

Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Betsey (Lane), Feb. 25, 1832. 

p, R. 440. 
Warren E., May 3, 1849, p. r. 439. 
William, m., s. Robert and Martha, consmnption, Feb. 24, 

1847, a. 58 y. 4 m. 
, ch. William, Jan. 21, 1825. C. R. 3. 

HARADON (see also Haraden), John, s. John and Martha, 
Jan. 12, 1735-6, a. 5 y. 8 m. g. r, 2. 



158 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

HARDAN (see also Haraden), Martha, d. Daniel and Susan- 
na, consumption, Mar. 19, 1777, a. 4 m. c. R. 3. 

HARDY, Betsey, consumption. May 27, 1810, 1810, a. 17 y. 
c. R. 1. 

Elizabeth, wid. William, old age. May 3, 1849, a. 94 y. 6 m. 

17 d. 
Martha, at the workhouse, Nov. 15, 1824, a. 77 y. 
William, consumption, Aug. 29, 1806, a. 53 y. c. R. 1. [a. 55 

y. G. R. 1.] 
, Mrs., of Essex, bur. Oct. 13, 1843, a. 81 y. C. R. 6. 

HARINDIN (see also Haraden), John, Dea., June 15, 1733, 
in his 38th y. g. r. 2. 

HARKIN, Barnett, s. Barnett and Hannah, at sea [bef. Feb, 

13, 1792.] c. R. 6. 
James, s. Barnett and Hannah, Aug. — , 1773, a. 5 m. c. R. 6. 
James, h. Eliza Plummer, at Cadiz, received notice, Aug. 12, 

1810. c. R. 6. 
Sally, d. Barnett and Hannah, Feb. 4, 1790. c. R. 6. 
. , Mrs., bur. Dec. 26, 1812. c. r. 6. 

HARRA — , Salomon, s. stillborn, Benjamin and Deborah, Dec. 
23, 1696. 

HARRADAIN (see also Haraden), Andrew, Mar. 4, 1682-3. 
Edward, May 17, 1683. 
Thomas, Apr. 26, 1683. 

HARRADAN (see also Haraden), Andrew [Harrington, ct. 

r.], s. Edward, Apr. 21, 1688. 
Benjamin, s. Benjamin, Mar. 1, 1711-12. 
Edward, s. Edward, jr., Apr. 22, 1715. 
Jean, w. Joseph, Sept. 6, 1700. 
Job, s. Capt. John, Apr. 28, 1709. 
Joseph, May 19, 1716, a. abt. 48 y. 
Samuell, s. Edward, July 3, 1708. 
Sarah, Mar. 4, 1690-91. 
Sarah, wid.. May 14, 1699, in her 70th y. 

HARRADANE (see also Haraden), Sarah [Harrington, ex. 
R.], d. Edward, Apr. 10, 1688. [1687. cr. r.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 59 

HARRADEN (see also Haraden), Andrew, Dec. 12, 1724, a. 

22 y. [in his 23d y. G. R. 1.] 
Andrew, s. Andrew and Mary, Nov. 15, 1726, a. abt. 16 m. 

[a. 16 m. 25 d. g. r. 1.] 
Andrew, Aug 13, 1832. c. R. 9. 
Anna, w. Andrew, Nov. 2, 1837. c. R. 9. 
Benj[amin], Feb. 3, 1724-5, a. abt. 52 y. 
Caleb, Jan. 11, 1722-3, a. abt. 22 y. 
Caty or Catherine, w. William, Oct. 13, 1820. c. R. 3. 
Charlotte, d. John [and Betsey. G. R. 2., (Davis), p. r. 267.], 

June 26, 1828. c. R. 3. [a. 28 y. G. R. 2.] 
David, bur. Oct. 11, 1821, a. 77 y. c. r. 6. 
Dudly, drowned, Sept. 8, 1818. c. r. 3. 
Hannah, d. Edward, Dec. 21, 1694. 
Hannah, w. Edward, jr., Feb. 21, 1722-3, a. abt. 34 y, 
Hannah, w. Sergt. Edward, Sept. 4, 1725, a. abt. 50 y. 
James, s. Edward and Hannah, July 15, 1718, a. abt. 1 y. 

3 m. 
James, Oct. 5, 1818. c. r. 3. [a. 52 y. g. r. 2.] 
Job, s John and Martha, Aug. 26, 1724, a. 16 d. 
John, Capt., Nov. 11, 1724, a. abt. 60 y. [in his 62d y. g. r. 1.] 
John [h. Betsey (Davis), p. r. 267.], Nov. 1, 1828, a. 60 odd 

y. c. R. 3. [a. 62 y. 3 m. G. R. 2.] 

Lydia, wid. , Jan. 22, 1824. c. r. 3. 

Marssah, d. John and Martha, Apr. 20, 1721, a. 1 d. 

Mary, w. Nathaniel, . [after June, 1766?] 

Mary, d. John [and Betsey (Davis), p. r. 267.], Mar. 8, 1818. 

c. R. 3. [Mar. 5. G. R. 2.] 
Moses, s. Benjamin and Deborah, July 5, 1719, a. abt. 2 m. 

25 d. 
Sally, w. Andrew, Dec. 11, 1815. c. r. 3. 
Sarah, w. Capt. John, Oct. 10, 1722, a. abt. 49 y. 
Thomas, s. Edward and Hannah, July 9, 1720. 
Thomas, s. David and Elisabeth (Davis), . [bef. Dec. 

1754?] 
William, s. Edward, jr., Jan. 2, 1713-14. 

• , wid. , of Squam, old age, July 6, 1775. c. r. 2. 

, w. David, bur. July 8, 1821, a. 75 y. c. R. 6. 

, ch. W[illia]m, — , 1821. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Caleb, Jan. 3, 1829. c. r. 3. 

HARRADIN (see also Haraden), Sarah, d. Edward, Sept. 3, 
1672. 



l60 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

HARRADINE (see also Haraden), Sara, d. Edward, Oct. 28, 
1665. 

HARRIDAN (see also Haraden), Caleb, Mar. 8, 1772. a. 40 y. 

c. R. 3. 
George, s. Dea. Joseph and Lydia, bur. Dec. 4, 1806, a. 10 

or 11 y. c. R. 3. 
Rachel, d. Joseph and Abigail, consumption, May 2, 1774, a. 

17 y. c. R. 3. 

HARRIDEN (see also Haraden), Ebenezer, consumption, June 

— , 1803, a. abt. 20 y. c. R. 2. 
Nabby, fever and consumption, June — , 1803, a. abt. 22 y. 

c. R. 2. 
Susanna, d. twin, Daniel, Oct. 30, 1772, a. 1 y. c. r. 3. 

HARRINGTON, see Harradan. 

HARRIS, Benjamin, s. Thomas, Sept. 21, 1726, a. abt. 11 y. 

Benjamin, s. Thomas, jr. and Sarah [(Norwood), throat dis- 
ease, p. R. 447.], June 13, 1738. 

John H., h. Hannah, Mar. 28, 1830. p. r. 755. 

Judith, at the workhouse, Feb. 14, 1825, a. 82 y, 

Hannah, w. John H., d. Enoch and Eunice (Choate), Jan. 
30, 1832. p. R. 755. 

Mary, Mrs., Dec. 9, 1777. c. R. 5. 

Naomi, d. Thomas, jr. and Sarah [(Norwood), p. r. 447.], 
Nov. 2, 1752. 

Susanna, Jan. 15, 1704-5. 

Susannah, d. John, — , 1736. 

Thomas, s. Thomas, jr. and Sarah [(Norwood), throat dis- 
ease p. R. 447.], June 13, 1738. 

Thomas, Mar. 15, 1764. c. R. 5. 

, Mrs., formerly Kendal, at Pigeon Cove, Apr. 18, 1820. 

C. R. 3. 

, Mr., drowned at Pigeon Cove, Oct. 1, 1820. c. r. 3. 



HARTLEY (see also Hartly, Harty), William W., s. John 
and Betsy, Dec. 9, 1826. 

, inf. ch. Daniel, bur. Mar. 27, 1837. C. R. 6. 

, s. stillborn, Dan[ie]l and Rebeca, Sept. 2, 1844. 

HARTLY (see also Hartley), Mary, Dec. 25, 1833. c. r. 5. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS l6l 

HARTSHORN, Levi, Rev., at his father's, Amherst, N. H., 

Sept. 27, 1819. 
Samuel Elliot, s. Rev. Levi and Hannah, Nov. 30, 1819. 
, ch. Susannah, Feb. 11, 1774. c. R. 2. 

HARTY (see also Hartley), Alice [F. g. r. 1.], d. William 
and Mary, diarrhoea, Sept. 8, 1847, a. 1 y. 11 m. 8 d. 
[Sept. 9, a. 1 y. 10 m. 13 d. g. r. 1.] 

Charles J., s. William and Ann [Mary G. R. 1.], throat dis- 
temper and scarlet fever, Oct. 11, 1846, a. 3 y. 1 m. 26 d. 
[a. 3 y. 3 m. G. R. 1.] 

James E., s. W[illia]m and Mary, Mar. 10, 1844, a. 1 y. 3 
m. G. R. 1. 

Mary Ann, d. W[illia]m and Mary, Feb. 20, 1842, a. 4 m. 
G. R. 1. 

Samuel W. B., s. Michael and Sarah, lung fever, Mar. 8, 1846, 
a. 3 y. 7 m. 23 d. 

HARVEY (see also Harvy, Havey), Betsy, w. Joseph, June 

15, 1825. 
David Henry, s. David and Mary, canker on the bowels, Jan. 

10, 1849, a. 1 y. 7 m. 3 d. 
Fitz William, s. David and Mary E., canker, Aug. 29, 1846, 

a. 1 m. 
Georg[e], Nov. 24, 1724, a. abt. 37 y. 
George W[illia]m, s. Thomas and Rhoda, canker on the bow- 
els, Sept. 18, 1845, a. 1 y. 20 d. 
Hanah, d. George, deceased, Aug. 13, 1735. 
Isaac, pedler, s. Isaac and Dorcas, consumption, Dec. 19, 1848, 

a. 31 y. 2 m. 10 d. [Dec. 18. a. 31 y. 2 m. 10 d. dup.] 
James, m., fisherman, s. George and Lucinda, consumption, bur. 

Dover, d. Sept. 30, 1848, a. 31 y. 10 m. 23 d. 
Joseph, m., s. Benjamin and Sally, suicide, Apr. 30, 1847, a, 

51 y. 1 m. 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Betsey, drowned. Mar. 8, 1849, a. 22 y. 

G. R. 2. 
Joseph, jr., mariner, s. Joseph and Elisabeth, drowned, June 

22, 1849, a. 29 y. 3 m. 
Joseph H., s. David and Mary E. Oakes, June 11, , a. 

19 m. p. R. 454. 
Mary E., d. William and Rachel, Oct. 16, 1848, a. 5 m. o. r. 1. 
Nancy, 2d w., Jos[eph], Mar. — , 1834. 



I 62 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Harvey, Nehemiah, one of the company of the schr. Brittania, 
Thomas Wharfe master, supposed lost on a fishing trip, 
after Dec. — , 1754. 

Rose, Feb. 25, 1705-6. 

Sarah, w. George, Nov. 29, 1718, a. abt. 25 y. 

Sargent, s. Joseph and Nancy, consumption, Feb. 2, 1849, a. 
22 y. 9 m. 

Stephen, s. Stephen and Nancy, Mar. 2, 1849, a. 18 y. G. R. 2. 

, wid. , bur. Jan. 9, 1823. c. R. 3. 

HARVY (see also Harvey), , ch. Mr., Sept. 11, 1815. 

c. R. 3. 

HASCALL (see also Haskell), Abigaiel, w. Dea, William, 

Dec. 30, 1730, in her 59th y. 
George, s. Lt. William and Jemima, Feb. 19, 1728-9. 
Joseph, Dea., Nov. 12, 1727, in his 82d y. 
William, Dea., Jan. 17, 1730-1, in his 61st y. 

HASKAL (see also Haskell), Mary, w. Dea. Joseph, Apr. 8, 
1733, a. abt. 80 y. 

HASKALL (see also Haskell), Andrew, s. William and Mary, 

Aug. 14, 1680. 
Edward, decline, Dec. 5, 1848. c. r. 5. 
Elizabeth, d. Dea. Joseph, Oct. 26, 1700. 
Georg, s. Marke, Nov. 10, 1686. 
Hanah, d. William, Feb. 15, 1690. 
Hannah, d. Benjamin, Dec. 28, 1679. 
James, s. William, Aug. 1, 1703. 

Jemima, w. Dea. William, June 1, 1761, in the 77th y. g. R. 4. 
Jidediah, s. William and Abigaill, Aug. 17, 1708. 
John, s. John and Mary, Apr. 21, 1686. 
Mark, Sept. 8, 1691. 
Mary, w. Capt. William, Aug. 16, 1693. 
Mary, w. Benjamin, d. Thomas Riggs, sr., Jan. 29, 1697-8, in 

her 39th y. 
Mary, d. Mark and Jemima, July 4, 1728, a. abt. 2 y. 10 m. 
Ruth, d. Henry, Oct." 15, 1703. 
Sarah, d. William, Feb. 20, 1690. 
Walter, s. Joseph and Mary, Nov. 22, 1677. 
William, Capt., Aug. 20, 1693. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 163 

HASKEL (see also Haskell), Daniel, s. Daniel and Sarah, 
Dec. 15, 1717, a. abt. 2 m. 3 w. 

Hannah, d. Hubbard and Anna, . [bet. 1754 and 1761.] 

Lucy, w. Alexander, . [after 1749.] 

, twin chn. Nathaniel and Hannah, Aug. — , 1760. 

, ch. Mr. , , 1844, a, 1 y. c. R. 1. 

HASKELL (see also Hascall, Haskal, Haskall, Haskel), 

Aaron, s. Joseph and Sarah, Nov. 30, 1717, a. abt. 3 m. 

15 d. 
Aaron, h. Sarah (Burnham), Dec. 18, 1834, p. r. 457. 
Abigail, w. William, Feb. 2, 1737-8, in her 37tb y. G. r. 4. 
Abigail, d. Zebulon and Elizabeth, July 6, 1811. p. R. 455. 
Abraham, jr. fever, in the West Indies, Jan, 17, 1817, a. 17 

y. c. R. 2. 
Abraham, m., yeoman, s. Stephen and S., old age, Aug. 16, 

1849, a. 76 y. [Aug. 17, a. 78 y. g. R, 6,] 
Adoniram, widr., hatter, old age, Aug, 5, 1845, a. 84 y. 
Anna, d. John, May 23, 1706. 

Anna, Mrs., old age, Oct. 17, 1811, a. 93 y. c, R. 1. 
Anne, w, Dea. Steph[en], Dec, 20, 1808, a. abt. 60 y. c. r. 2. 
Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Elisabeth, Aug. 4, 1722, a. abt. 

4y. 
Benjamin, s. Charles and Ann (Witham), July 17, 1832. 

p. r. 461. 
Betsey, w. Abr[aha]m, Mar. 19, 1849, a. 75 y. G. R. 6. 
Betsy, m., d. Amos and Elisabeth Davis, fever, Mar, 19, 1847, 

a, 74 y. 8 m. 
Betsy, m., d, Moses and E. Davis, fever. Mar, 22, 1847, a. 

65 y. 
Calvin, s, Samuel and Betsey, Sept, 13, 1835, a, 15 y. G. R. 6. 
Caroline, July — , 1817, a. abt, 19 y. c, r, 2. 
Caroline Augusta, d. John W. and Ruthy, Dec, 31, 1840, [a. 

10 y. 9 m. G. R. 13.] 
Comfort, d. William and Jemima, Sept. 5, 1809. 
Cyrus [S. G, r, 6.], mariner,- fever. May 23, 1845, a. 31 y. 

[a. 32 y. G. r. 6.] 
Daniel, s. Daniel and Sarah, Dec. 12, 1718, a. abt, 12 w. 
Daniel, sleepy leatherge, Oct. — , 1804, a. abt, 80 y, c. r, 2. 
Daniel, Capt., May 25, 1834, a. 75 y. 8 m. g. r. 6. 
David [h. Elizabeth (Pope), p. r. 452.], Aug. — , 1791, a. 

abt. 77 y. c. r. 2. 
Deliverance, d, Benjamin and Elizabeth, Nov. 1, 1709. 



164 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Haskell, [Dorcas). Darkes, Feb. 12, 1793, a. abt. 80 y. c. R. 2. 

Ebenezer, old age, June 23, 1771. c. r. 2. 

Ebenezer, jr. fever, Nov. 9, 1773. c. r. 2. 

Edward, suddenly, Mar. 4, 1771. c. r. 2. 

Edward A., s. Jacob and Adaline, Oct. 1, 1843, a. 2 w. g. r. 6. 

Eli, jr., Sept. 1, 1833, a. 26 y. G. R. 6. 

Elias, s. Nathaniel and Hannah (White), Dec. 22, 1748. 

Elias, Mar. 27, 1816, a. abt. 63 y. c. r. 2. 

Eliezer, s. Isaac and Dorothy, Nov. 6, 1743. 

Elisabeth, d. William, jr. and Jemimah, Dec. 8, 1723, a. 1 m. 

Elisabeth, w. Benjamin, Sept. 3, 1724, a. abt. 35 y. 

Elizabeth, d. Joseph, Dec. 23, 1706. 

Elizabeth, d. Zebulon and Elizabeth, — , 1785. a. 22 y. 6 m. 

p. R. 455. 
Elizabeth, w. Enoch, June 27, 1807. c. R. 2. 
Elizabeth, wid. [w. Dea. Zebulon G. R. 6.], — , 1825. c. R. 2. 

[Mar. 6. a. 84 y. 6 m. g. r. 6.] 
Epes W., s. Epes [B. g. r. 6.] and Minerva [N. g. r. 6.], fever, 

June 7, 1845, a. 1 y. [a. 7 y. G. R. 6.] 
Esther, d. Zebulon and Elizabeth, Sept. 20, 1848. p. r. 455. 

Eunice, wid. , Apr. — , 1805, a. abt. 80 y. c. R. 2. 

Eunice, w. Abel, June 23, 1843, a. 57 y. G. R. 6, 
George, s. Mark and Martha, Aug. 15, 1726, a. abt. 12 d. 
Hannah, w. Thomas, Feb. 10, 1717-18, a. abt. 20 y. 
Hannah, d. Hubbard and Anna (Millet), . [after Dec, 

14, 1752.] 
Hannah, w. Jonathan, lung fever, Feb. 23, 1806, a. abt. 24 y. 

c. R. 2. 
Hannah [(White), p. r. 453.], wid. Dea. Nathaniel, Oct. 26. 

1814, a. 93 y. c. r. 2. 
Hannah, d. Capt. Addison, — , 1821, c. R. 2 [Apr. 8, 1821, 

a. 9 y. G. R. 6.] 
Hannah, wid. Stephen, May 16, 1843. p. r. 458. 
Harriet Pool, d. James and Mary [(Pool), p. r. 464.], Sept. 

— , 1836. [Sept. 16, p. r. 464.] 
Henry M., s. Phillip, fever, June 7, 1845, a. 7 d. 
Hubbard, s. Hubbard [and Anna (Millet) dup.], July 12, 

1743, in his 2d y. 
Hubbard [Dea. c. r. 1.] s. William and Jemima, Apr. 9, 1811. 

[a. 91 y. c. R. 1.] 
Isaac, jr. privateering, — , 1778, a. upwards of 20 y. c. r. 2. 
Isaac, Apr. — , 1804, a. abt. 88 v. c. R. 2. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 65 

Haskell, Isaac, s. Zebulon and Betsy, suddenly, Aug. 20, 

1845, a. 65 y. [Aug. 24. a. 64 y. g. r. 6.] 
Isaac Franklin, s. Sidney and Ruth A [very (Herrick), p. r. 

465.], Mar. 27, 1838. a. and c. 
Jacob, s. Zebulon and Elizabeth, June 27, 1800. p. r. 455. 
Jacob, s. Jacob, bur. Aug. 16, 1838, a. 10 m. c. R. 6. 
Jacob G., s. Jacob and Adaline, Sept. 24, 1848, a. 3 y. 6 m. 

G. R. 6. 
James Davis, s. Charles and Diana, Feb. 11, 1819. 
Jane, d. Mark and Martha, July 2, 1722, a. 10 d. 
Jane, d. Mark and Martha, June 19, 1723, a. 19 d. 
Jeanna, d. Mark and Martha, Oct. 15, 1724, a. 18 d. 
Jerusha, w. William E., Sept. 30, 1811, a. abt. 27 y. c. r. 2. 
Jerusha, w. Ezra, Sept. 6, 1842. [Aug. 6, a. 32 y. G. R. 6.] 
Job, s. William and Jemima, at New Gloucester, July — , 1806. 
John, Feb. 2, 1717-18, a. abt. 69 y. 
John, fever, Sept. 29, 1774. c. r. 2. 
John, inf. s. Elias, June 15, 1796, a. 1 d. c. r. 2. 
John, s. John and Sally, Aug. 6, 1803. 
John, fever, Nov. 22, 1806, a. 42 y. c. R. 1. 
John, s. John and Sally, at Boston, May 13, 1811. 
[John. p. R. 460.], inf. ch. Capt. John [and Harriet E. (Gil- 
bert), p. R. 460.], bur. Feb. 12, 1819. c. r. 6. 
John, Capt. [h. Harriet E. (Gilbert), p. r. 460.], at sea, Mar. 

30, 1827, a. 40 y. o. r. 5. 
John, s. Jacob and H., fever, Sept. 26, 1848, a. 5 y. 7 m. 20 d. 
John Tames, s. John H. [M. dup.] and Betsy, croup, Oct. 7, 

1844, a. 1 y. 1 m. 12 d. [Oct. 8, dup.] 
John M., m., fisherman, s. Jonathan and Nancy, caused by a 

fall, July 24, 1846, a. 23 y. 1 m. 25 d. 
Jonathan, "Supposed to be lost on a fishing Voyage to y® 

Banks of y® Isle of Sables in the Spring of y® year 1738." 
Jonathan, at Bay of Honduras, Feb. — , 1799, a. abt, 21 y. 

c. R. 2. 
Joseph, Sergt., Apr. 11, 1718, a. abt. 45 y. 
Joseph, s. Aaron and Sarah (Burnham), — , 1847. p. R. 457. 
Josiah, s. Zebulon and Elizabeth, — , 1807. a. 40 y. 11 m. p. r. 

455. 
Judith, maiden, Sept. — , 1783, a. under 70 y. c. r. 2. 
Judith, putrid fever, Aug. 7, 1819, a. abt. 19 y. c. r. 2. 
Judith, w. Zebulon, Jan. 16, 1838, a. 62 y. g. r. 6. 
Laura Ann, d. Charles and Ann (Witham), May 28, 1837. 

p. r. 461. 



1 66 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Haskell, Lucinda, d. Samuel and Betsey, Sept. 23, 1834, a. 

18 y. G. R. 6. 
Lucy, w. Enoch, Sept. — , 1757. 
Lucy, d. Capt. Addison, — , 1821. c. R. 2. [Jan, 26, a. 19 y. 

G. R. 6.] 
Lucy, Apr. 6, 1839. c. r. 10. 

Lucy E., w. George, Jan. 6, 1841, a. 33 y. 7 m. g. r. 6. 
Mary, wid., Nov. 12, 1715. 
Mary, wid., Nov. 24, 1723, a. abt. 58 y. 
Mary, Nov. 1802, a. upwards of 80 y, C. R. 2. 
Mary [wid. John. g. r. 1.], old age, Jan. 8, 1846, a. 82 y. 5 d, 
Mary E., tailoress, d. John W. and Ruthy, consumption. May 

22, 1846, a. 18 y. 
Mercy, d. Joseph and Sarah, July 1, 1717, a. abt. 8 y. 2 m. 
Mercy, d. twin, Benjamin and Elisabeth, Nov. 8, 1719. 
Moses, jr. consumption, Apr. 6, 1811, a. abt. 23 y. c. r. 2, 
Nathan, s. Hubbard and Anna (Millet), Jan. 19, 1749-50. 
Nathaniel [Dea. c. r. 2.; h. Hannah (White), p, r, 453.], 

s. William and Jemima, July 31, 1808, [a. abt. 90 y. c. R. 

2.] 
Nathaniel, Jan. 7, 1827, a. 84 y. c. r. 2. 
Nathaniel, at the poorhouse, Jan. 11, 1837, a. 30 y. [Jan. 17. 

dup.] 
Nancy, wid. Jacob, Feb, 13, 1818, a. abt. 38 y. C. R. 2. 
Nancy, d. Zebulon, — , 1821. c. R. 2. 
Nemone, consumption, Jan. 19, 1776. c. R. 2. 
Perkins, May 16, 1804, a. abt. 5 y. C. R. 2. 
Philemon, May 12, 1792, a. 46 y. g. r. 1. 
Rebecca, Apr. 16, 1838, a. 78 y. c. r. 1. 
Rebecca, June — , 1843. c. R. 10. 

Ruth, w. Capt. Daniel, Apr. 4, 1833, a. 77 y. 8 m. G. r. 6. 
Ruth, w. Adoniram, July 31, 1837, a. 60 y. G. r. 6. 
Sarah, d. Joseph and Sarah, Feb. 17, 1707-8. 
Sarah, w. Joseph, Mar. 15, 1724-5, a. abt. 40 y. 
Sarah, wid. , measles, July 10, 1773, a. above 70 y. 

c. r. 2. 
Sarah, Mar. — , 1780, a. abt. 30 y. c. R. 2. 

Sarah, wid. , Dec. — , 1814, a. abt. 85 y. c. r. 2. 

Sarah, d. Nathaniel, — , 1826. c. R. 2. 

Sarah, wid., b. Essex, d. Jonathan and Sally Burnham, old age, 

June 25, 1846, a. 92 y. 
Sarah Ann, w. William H., Sept. 12, 1836. [a. 25 y. G. R. 6.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 6/ 

Haskell, Sarah Ann, w. Cyrus S., consumption, Jan. 23, 1844, 

a. 26 y. 6 m. 13 d. [Jan. 22, a. 27 y. G. R. 6.] 
Sarah Ashton [w. Henry jr., dup.], d. John W. and Ruthy, 

Jan. 18, 1843. [a. 23 y. G. R. 13.] 
[Sarah (Burnham), p. r. 457.], wid. Aaron, old age, June 20, 

1849, a. 80 y. [June 15, 1846. p. r. 457.] 
Sarah R., d. Stephen and Hannah, Aug. 10, 1829. p. r. 458. 
Sidney, s. Sidney and Ruth A[very (Herrick), p. r. 465.], Dec. 

9, 1841. A.' and C. 
Solomon, s. Mark and Jemime, Sept. 11, 1731, a. 2 m. 
Stephen, Dea. Aug. 31, 1809, a. abt. 73 y. c. r. 2. 
Stephen [h. Hannah p. r. 458.], bur. Feb. 27, 1843, a. 77 y. 

c. r. 6. [d. Feb. 25. p. r. 458.] 
Susannah, w. Dea. Moses, [d. Zebulon and Elizabeth, p. r. 

455.] May 29, 1810, a. 60 y. c. r. 2. [May 31. p. r. 455.] 
Thankfull, d. twin, Benjamin and Elisabeth, Nov. 8, 1719. 
Thomas, s. Thomas, Cas[co] Bay or Falmouth, Apr. 2, 1739, 

in his 2 2d y. 
William, sr., June 5, 1708. 
William, s. Nathaniel, Dec. 21, 175-. 
William, Dea., Feb. 10, 1766, in his 77th y. g. R. 4. 
William, — , 1778, a. upwards of 80 y. c. r. 2. 
William, West Indies, Feb. — , 1799, a. abt. 18 y. c. R. 2. 
William, Apr. 27, 1806, a. abt. 80 y. c. R. 2. 
William, s. Zebulon and Elizabeth, Apr, 24, 1819, a. 43 y. 8 

m. 15 d. p. R. 455. 
William, widr., laborer, old age, Oct. 16, 1843, a. 83 y. 6 m. 

28 d. 
Zebulon, Dea. [h. Elizabeth, p. r. 455.], June 8, 1819, a. 84 

y. c. R. 2. [June 23, a. 84 y. 8 m. g. r. 6.] 

, wid. Benjamin, Dec. — , 1774. c. R. 2. 

, wid. , Apr. 10, 1777, a. upwards of 80 y. c. R. 

2. 

, ch. Daniel, jr. Mar. — , 1782, a. abt. 6 m. c. R. 2. 

, w. Steven, Nov. — , 1782, a. abt. 40 y. c. r. 2. 

, inf. ch. Daniel, jr. stillborn, Nov. 2, 1787. c. R. 2. 

, w. Daniel, Sept. 30, 1790. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. Adoniram, May — , 1795. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. Amos, jr. May — , 1800. c. r. 2. 

, w. William, fever, Feb. 20, 1801, a. abt. 73 y. c. R. 

2. 
, inf. d. Amos, jr. Mar. — , 1801, lived a few hours. 



c. R. 2. 



1 68 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Haskell, , s. Will[ia]m, Feb. 19, 1806, a. 13 y. c. r. 1. 

, ch. Dea. Moses, Mar. — , 1810. c. R. 2. 

, ch. William E., Jan. 9, 1811, a. abt. 2 y. C. R. 2. 

, ch. Charles, Aug. — , 1811, a. 1 m. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Capt. Daniel, on a visit, Aug. — , 1811, a. abt. 

19 y. c. R. 2. 

, inf. twin, Charles, Aug 8, 1812. c. r. 2. 

, inf. ch. Asa, May — , 1818, a. abt. 7 w. c. R. 2. 

, wid., consumption, Feb. 23, 1819, a. 48 y. c. R. 1. 

, s. Dea. Nathaniel, — , 1827. c. R. 2. 



HASKINS, Aaron S., s. Edmund and Mary (Sargent), Oct. 

18, 1825. a. 18 y. p. r. 478. 
Bennet, h. Ruth (Boynton), drowned on Squam Bar, Oct. 10, 

1804. p. r. 479. 
Edmund, s. Edmund and Mary, Aug. 17, 1823. 
Esther [(Tarr), p. r. 479.], w. William B. [d. David, p. r. 

479.], Dec. 8, 1830. 
John D., h. Lucy (Parsons), s. John and Sally (Dodge), Sept. 

26, 1835. P. r. 299. 
Lucy (Parsons), w. John Dodge, d. John and Betsey (White) 

Parsons. Sept. 26, 1835. a. 28 v. 6 m. p. r. 483. 
Lydda D., Nov. 1, 1817. c. r. 5. 
Martha (Woodberry), d. Moses and Betsey D. (Clark), Aug. 

29, 1829. p. r. 480. 
Mary D., d. John and Sally (Dodge), Nov. 18, 1834. p. r. 299. 
Moses jr., s. Moses and Betsey D. (Clark), Sept. 5, 1828. a. 

5 d. p. R. 480. 
Ruth (Boynton), wid. Bennet, Dec. 26, 1814. p. r. 479. 
Sally [(Dodge), w. John. p. r. 299.], Sept. 30, 1831. c, r. 5. 
Sarah T., d. William B. and Esther (Tarr), Sept. 1, 1833. 

p. R. 479. 
Susannah, Oct. 21, 1838. a. 93 y. c. r. 5. 
William [B. jr. p. r. 479.], s. William B. and Esther [(Tarr), 

p. r. 479.], Sept. 23, 1833. 
William L., s. William and Mary (Davis), Nov. 24, 1840. 

p. R. 299. 

HAUFFINS (see also Huffain), Adam, a Revolutionary soldier, 
who was in the battle of Monmouth and Bunker Hill, bur. 
Aug. 17, 1827, a. 73 y. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 69 

HAVEY (see also Harvey), George, Dec. 23, 1723, a. abt. 

70 y. 

HAWLET, John, mariner, b. Nova Scotia, sailed on the 
schooner General Scott, drowned in the gale Nov. 25, 
1846. 

HAYCOCK, Patty, w. Joseph, Aug. 9, 1838. 
, inf. ch. Jos[eph], Oct. 23, 1807. c. R. 1. 

HAYES, Abigail, wid. Daniel, consumption, July 3, 1843, a. 

64 y. 3 m. 10 d. 
[Augusta. G. R. 1.], inf. ch. James, jr., June 13, 1808. c. R. 1. 
Eliza, Apr. 25, 1807, a. 16 y. c. r. 1. 
[Harrison, g. r. 1.], ch. James, jr., Nov. 28, 1806, a. 3 y. 

c. r. 1. 
James, mariner, s. Daniel and Abigail, bur. New Orleans, 

Sept. 29, 1843, a. 22 y. 2 m. 7 d. 
, inf. ch. D., Mar. 11, 1808. c. r. 1. 

HEARICK (see also Herrick), Kezia, w. Samuel, May 13, 
1732, a. 21 y. 2 m. g. r. 4. 

HEDEN (see also Haraden), Joseph, apprentice to Edward 
Sanders, Dec. 20, 1717, a. abt. 19 y. 

HERBON, Edward, s. Michael L. and Frances Almira [whoop- 
ing cough and measles, c. r. 6.], Mar. 18, 1841. [a. 9 
m. c. R. 6.] 

HERING (see also Herring), Robart, s. Robart and Experenc, 
drowned in a tub of water, Sept. — , 1727, a. abt. 2 y. 

HERRICK (see also Hearick), Abigail, Nov. 22, 1817, a. abt. 

14 y. c. R. 2. 
Augusta, d. Joseph and Eliza, dropsy of the head, Dec. 27, 

1845, a. 8 y. 10 m. 22 d. [a. 6 y. G. R. 5.] 
Daniel, h. Ruth (Avery), May 19, 1835. p. r. 24. 
Israel, from home. May 6, 1779. C. r. 2. 
Jerry Perkins, s. illegitimate, Joan Herrick, at the workhouse, 

Sept. 16, 1813. 
Joanna, at the workhouse, Dec. 7, 1822, a. 43 y. [bur. Dec. 1. 

c. R. 6.] 



170 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Herrick, John, drowned, July 13, 1800, a. abt. 18 y, c. r. 2. 

John G., s. Isaac and Mary, fits, Aug. 12, 1846, a. 4 m. 2 d. 

Johon Warrin, Nov. — , 1779. c. r. 2. 

Joseph, Jan. 12, 1777, a. 81 y. c. r. 2. 

Joseph, Mar. 16, 1816, a. abt, 86 y, c. R. 2. 

Joseph, s, Richard and Betsy, Mar. 29, 1820, 

Joseph, jr, drowned at sea, Aug. — , 1820. c. R. 2. 

Josephine, d, Isaac A. and Mary Friend, April 18, 1841. [a. 

11 m. G. R. 5.] 
Josiah, m. mariner, consumption, Oct. 9, 1844, a. 83 y. 
Judith, d. Daniel and Ruth (Avery), Jan. 16, 1832. p. r. 24. 
Lauriette, ch. W[illia]m and Augusta, heart disease, Sept. 8, 

1844, a. 1 y. 4 m. 
Martha, at the workhouse, bur. Oct. 25, 1815. c, R. 6. 

Mary, d. Thomas and Mary, . [after Mar. 13, 1744-5?] 

Mary, at the workhouse, Sept. 23, 1805. [Sept. 25. c. r. 1.] 
Mary, d. Joanna, supported by the town, at the workhouse, 

June 8, 1816, a. 9 m. 
Nancy, d. Daniel and Ruth (Avery), Feb. 12, 1818. p, r. 24. 
Orestes, d. Josiah and Caroline, cholera morbus. Sept, 11, 1847, 

a, 2 y. 9 m. 8 d. 
Patty, at the workhouse, Oct. 24, 1815, a. 43 y. 

Prudence, wid. , fever, Sept. 30, 1774. c. R. 2. 

Rachel, wid. Josiah, old age, Mar. 25, 1849, a. 82 y. 

Rachel Steele, d. William and Augusta [scarlet fever and 

throat distemper c. R. 6.], Feb. 1, 1833 [a. 2 y. c. R. 6.] 

Richard, s. Capt. , Nov. 12, 1794, a. abt. 4 y. C. R. 2. 

Richard, s. Richard and Betsy, Sept. 29, 1823. 

Richard, h, Betsy, Oct. 29, 1831. 

Ruth, June — , 1809, a. abt. 13 y. c. R. 2. 

Ruth (Avery), wid. Daniel, Oct. 30, 1840. p. r. 24. 

Samuel, Sept. 11, 1764, a. 62 y. g. r. 4, 

Samuel, Capt. [Daniel and Ruth (Avery), p, r. 24,] drowned, 

Aug. — , 1818. c. R. 2. [Aug. 26, 1817. p. r, 24,] 
Sarah, wid., Dec. 29, 1711. 

Sarah, , 1826. c. R. 2, 

Solomon, drowned at sea, Jan. — , 1800, a. abt. 19 y. c. r. 2. 
Thankful, w. Capt. Richard, June 27, 1794, a. abt. 40 y. c. R. 

2. 
Thankful, d. Richard and Betsy, June 23, 1799. 
Thankful, d. Isaac and Mary, Feb. 7, 1839, a. 5 m. g. r. 5. 
Thankful, d. Joseph and Eliza, lung fever, May 9, 1845, a. 

1 m. 8 d. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 7 I 

Herrick, Thomas, Capt., drowned near the bar of Chebacco 

River, Oct. 1, 1784, a. 50 y. c. R. 2. 
Thomas, cancer, Apr. 21, 1787, a. abt. 80 y. c. r. 2. 
William, s. twin, Thomas and Mary, Oct. 4, 1749. 
William Haskell, lung fever, Feb. 4, 1806, a. abt. 46 y. c. R. 2. 
William Haskell, Nov. — , 1809, a. abt. 25 y. c. R. 2. 
Zachariah, at the workhouse, Nov. 20, 1812. 

, old age. Mar. 27, 1772. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. William, July — , 1780. c. R. 2. 

, w. William, fits, Dec. 14, 1785, a. abt. 23 y. c. R. 2. 

, ch. William, stillborn, Feb. 6, 1787. c. R. 2. 

, wid., Tho[ma]s, Feb. 8, 1788, a. above 70 y. c. r. 2. 

, ch. Capt. Richard, Feb., 1795, a. abt. 8 m. c. r. 2. 

 , w. Joseph, Nov. — , 1813, a. abt. 84 y. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Joseph, Apr. 17, 1816, a. 18 m. c. R. 2. 

, s. Capt. Samuel, Feb. 15, 1819, a. abt. 8 y. C. R. 2. 

HERRIN (see also Herring), Elizabeth, Nov. — , 1820. c. r. 3. 
Experience, d. Robert and Experience, June 21, 1721, a. 11 w. 
Judith, w. Horatio Gates, Feb. 9, 1829. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Horatio Gates, June 19, 1825. c. r. 3. 

, inf. ch. Mr., of , Feb. 2, 1826. c. R. 1. 

HERRING (see also Hering, Herrin), , of Annisquam, 

bur. Dec. — , 1820. c. r. 6. [bef. Dec. 19?] 

HEWLING, Mary, w. John, jr., Sept. 6, 1769. 

HIBBARD (see also Hibbert, Hibert), Jacob, s. Jacob and 

Rachel (Benet), May 9, 1751. 
William, at the poorhouse, found drowned. Sept, 12, 1838, a. 

38 y. 

HIBBERT (see also Hibbard), Charles E., s. Noah and Debo- 
rah Jane, fits. May 19, 1849, a. 5 m. 7 d. 

Charles Edward, s. Noah and Deborah J., consumption, Sept. 
19, 1848, a. 11 m. 7 d. 

Jacob, Sept. 27, 1825, a. 68 y. c. r. 1. 

John, suddenly, drowned at sea, Apr. 14, 1786, a. abt. 23 y. 
c. R. 2. 

Sarah, wid. Joseph, cancer, Oct. 2, 1843, a. 48 y. 3 m. 24 d. 

, wid. , , 1778, a. upwards of 80 y. c. R. 

2. 



172 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

HIBERT (see also Hibbard), , w. Jacob, suddenly, June 

2, 1809, a. 45 y. c. r. 1. 

HICKS, Adelaide, d. Moses P. and Julia M., typhus fever, 
Sept 3, 1847, a. 4 y. 2 m. 19 d. 

Charles C, mariner, s. Moses P. and Julia M., typhus fever, 
Aug. 27, 1847, a. 14 y. 11 m. 27 d. 

Eliza Allen, d. Joseph and Susanna, Sept. 26, 1805. 

Emma Frances, d. Moses P. and Julia M., typhus fever, Sept. 
16, 1847, a. 10 m. 4 d. 

Francis Eliza[abeth, c. R. 6.], d. James A. and Judith Eliza, 
Oct. 1, 1838. [a. 2 y. c. r. 6.] 

James Edwin, s. James A. and Judith Eliza, Jan. 18, 1837. 

Joseph, bur. Oct. 11, 1823. c. R. 6. 

Joseph, bur. Feb. 7, 1827, a. 21 y. c. r. 6. 

Lucy Davis, d. Charles S. and Elisabeth, Jan. 22, 1837. 

Moses P., mariner, s. Joseph and Eliza, drowned in the Kenne- 
bec River, Nov. 7, 1846, a. 39 y. 3 m. 21 d. 

, inf. s. Joseph, bur. Mar. 15, 1822. c. R. 6. 

, ch. James, bur. Jan. 19, 1836, a. 14 m. c. R. 6. 

HIDDEN, Jonathan, drowned, June or July — , 1817, a. 19 y. 

c. r. 3. 
Judith, w. Robinson, — , 1775. 
Nirum, drowned, Aug. — , 1805, a. 18 y. C. R. 3. 

HIGGENS (see also Higgins), Anna, (wid, in pencil), Mar. 

3, 1841, a. 75 y. c. R. 5. 

HIGGINS (see also Higgens), John, May 9, 1837, a. 32 y. 

G. R. 1. 

, wid. , Nov. — , 1824. c. R. 3. 

HILL, Betsy, at the poorhouse, Aug. 5, 1839. 

Thomas, a native of one of the Isles of Britain, at the work- 
house, bur. July 29, 1823, a. 78 y. c. R. 6. 

, Mrs., originally from Salem, at the workhouse, bur. 

Mar. 31, 1819. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. , at the workhouse, bur. Apr. 6, 1832. 



c. R. 6. 
— , inf. ch. William, bur. Apr. 13, 1834. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 73 

HILLIER, Abby, d. Joseph and Charlotte, Nov. 11, 1832. 
Annett, d. Joshua and Harriet, dropsy, July 2, 1849, a. 1 y. 

3 m. 25 d. 
Edwin, s. James and Sarah, spine complaint, June 3, 1848, a. 

13 y. 10 m. 6 d. 
Harriet, s. James and Sally [of Eastern Point, c. R. 6.], Apr. 

13, 1837. [a. 6 y. c. r. 6.] 
Hattie, d. Joshua and Annette, d. — , 1849. G. r. 5. 
Joshua, s. Thomas and Sarah, June 18, 1819, a. 18 y. 8 m. 18 

d. G. R. 1. 
Sally, d. James and Sally, Nov. 13, 1837. 
Sarah, w. Thomas, Mar. 22, 1820, a. 54 y. G. r. 1. 

HILTON, Mary, w. William, [after Aug. 7, 1747.] 

Mary Jane, d. Frances and Mary Eliza, consiunption, June 8, 

1848, a. 8 y. 7 m. 2 d. 
Sarah, d. William and Mary, Apr. 29, 1721, a, abt. 6 y. 
, Mr., consumption "and a hurt aboard ship," bur. 

Apr. 13, 1811. c. R. 6. 

HINCKLEY, Fitz W[illia]m, s. Edw[ar]d P. and Mary, dys- 
entery, Oct. 22, 1847, a. 2 y. 2 m. 25 d. 
W[illia]m, h. Sarah, lost on Georges Bank, Apr. 24, 1837. 

HOBBS, Abner F., Oct. 23, 1849, a. 60 y. g. r. 4. 

HODGDEN, Sarah, bur. Feb. 14, 1820, a. 81 y. c. r. 6. 

HODGE, Melville, inf. s. Z. A. and C. W., Apr. 14, 1843. 
G. r. 7. 

HODGKIN (see also Hodgkins), Hannah, w. M. Samuel, 
Sept. 16, 1755, a. 64 y. 4 m. g. r. 1. 

HODGKINS (see also Hodgkin, Hodgskins), Abigail, d. 

Henry and Abigail, July 7, 1828. 
Albert, s. Moses and Nancy [(Rowe), p. r. 490.], Apr. 19, 

1837. 
Betsey, at the workhouse, Feb, 7, 1821, a. abt. 30 y. 
Christopher, of Ipswich, drowned near mouth of Annisquara 

River, Mar. 4, 1724-5. 
David, s. Charlotte, at sea, received notice, Aug. 16, 1829. 

c. R. 6. 



I 74 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

HoDGKiNS, Deborah, d. Moses and Nancy (Rowe), — , 1815. 

p. R. 490. 
Ebenezer, m., laborer, s. Eben[eze]r, lung fever, Jan. 23, 1848, 

a. 43 y. 11 m. 10 d. 
Ebenezer [h. Sarah Elwell p. r. 780 ; J. s. Morris and Lydia 

P. p. R. 494.], Sept. 8, 1849. c. r. 7. a. 32 y. p. r. 780. 
Edward F., s. Morris and Lydia P. (Tarr), July 12, 1838. 

p. r. 494. 
Emeline, inf. d. Ebenezer, bur. Sept. 25, 1833. c. R. 6. 
Emeline Marchent, d. Eben and Sarah, Oct. — , 1835. 
Emeline Marchent, d. Eben and Sarah, May — , 1836. 
Emily Beach, d. Aaron and Sarah G., Feb, 5, 1836. [Mar.. 12, 

a. 2 y. G. R. 1.] 
Emma, Jan. 5, 1849, a. 72 y. G. R. 7. 
Emmy, d. Henry and Charlotte (Cummings), Mar. 20, 1836. 

p. R. 500. 
Eunice Ann, d. Morris and Lydia P. (Tarr), Apr. 20, 1842. 

p. R. 494. 
Hannah, d. Samuell, jr., Mar. 7, 1711-12. 
Hannah, w. Samuel, sr., July 28, 1724, a. 60 y. 
Jacob, July 9, 1813, a. 45 y. a r. 1. 
Jane, d. Isaac and Mary, consumption, Apr. 17, 1846, a. 14 

y. 4 m. 4 d. 
Jemima, w. Samuel, Mar. 20, 1840, a. 86 y. G. R. 1. 
Jemima, d. Samuel and Jemima, consumption, Jan. 4, 1849, a. 

71 y. 10 m. 2 d. 
John, s. John and Betsy, Oct. 10, 1829. 
John, h. Betsy, July 28, 1834. 
John Tucker, s. Aaron and Sarah G., Jan. 6, 1834. [June 6, 

a. 4 y. G. R. 1.] 
Judith, d. Jacob and Mary, Oct. 10, 1775. 
Juliann, d. Henry and Abigail, Aug. — , 1833. 
Leafy, ch. Moses and Nancy (Rowe), Sept. 15, 1845. p. R. 

490. 

Lydia, wid. , Apr. 13, 1789, a. abt. 85 y. c. R. 2. 

Martha, d. William and Thankful (Rowe), Oct. 1, 1822. p. R. 

491. [Oct. 3. c. R. 3.] 
Martha, old age, Nov. 11, 1843, a. 86 y. 
Mary, d. Timothy and Hannah, Apr, 21, 1843, 
Mary B., d. John and Betsey, — , 1839. g. r. 7, 
Morris, s. Sam[ue]ll and Jemima, Nov. 29, 1788. 
Moses, mariner, s. Morris and Lydia, lost on Georges Bank, 

Feb. 15, 1844. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 75 

HoDGKiNS, Nabby, consumption, Sept. 30, 1818, a. 43 y. c. r. 

1. 
Nancy, twin d. Morris and Lydia P. (Tarr), July 20, 1825. 

p. R. 494. 
Nancy, fever, Jan. 27. 1848. c. R. 5. 
Nancy G[ee. p. r. 495.], d. Benj[ami]n and Mary [(Low), 

p. R. 495.], May 17, 1836, a. 3 y. 6 m. g. R. 7. 
Nathaniel, Nov. — , 1809, a. 20 y. c. r. 3. 
Nathaniel laborer, s. Isaac and Mary, drowned, Aug. 9, 1847, 

a. 20 y. 11m. 1 d. 
Phoebe, at the workhouse, Jan. 24, 1807. 
Rebecca, twin. d. Morris and Lydia P. (Tarr), July 20, 1825. 

p. R. 494. 
Sally, d. Sam[ue]n and Jemima, Oct. 28, 1794. 
Samuel, cancer. Sept. 15, 1818, a. 66 y. c. R. 1. 
Sarah Elisabeth, d. Moses and Nancy, Oct. — , 1833. 
Sarah E[lizabeth. o. R. 1.], d. Aaron and Sarah G., Feb. 5, 

1830. [a. 2 y. 5 m. o. R. 1.] 
Thomasin Clark, d. John and Mary, palsy, Feb. 3, 1848, a. 78 

y. 6 m. 
Timothy, jr., Dec. 31, 1829. c. R. 3. 
Timothy, a soldier of the Revolution, Oct. 13, 1830, a. 74 y. 

G. R. 2. 
Timothy R. Elwell, s. Timothy R. and Isabel Hodgkins, dys- 
entery, Apr. 19, 1849, a. 4 m. 
Unice, w. Timothy, Aug. 8, 1841, a. 81 y. G. R. 2. 
William, s. William and Thankful (Rowe), Aug. 23, 1836. 

p. R. 491. 

, w. Christopher, smallpox, Dec. — , 1778. C. R. 2. 

, s. Timothy, jr., Apr. — , 1820. c. r. 3. 

, d. Timothy, jr., July 20, 1820. c. R. 3. 

, ch, Timothy, jr., Oct. 2, 1826, a. 3 y. C. R. 3. 

, d. Eben., bur. June 10, 1835, a. 8 m. c. R. 6. 

, s. stillborn, Levi and Caroline, July 19, 1848. 

. ch. stillborn, Benja[min] and Charlotte, Aug. 25, 

1848. 

HODGSKINS (see also Hodgkins), James, s. Samuell and 
Hannah, June 2, 1732. [dup. June 1.] 

Molly, wid. , Jan. — , 1820. c. R. 3. 

, wid. , bur. July 1, 1814, a. above 80 y. c. R. 3. 

, ch. illegitimate, wid. , , 1830. C. R. 3. 



176 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

HOFFAINES (see also Huffain), Martha, d. Adam and Mar- 
tha, Jan. 26, 1759. 

HOLBROOK, Abigail, d. David Saunders and Abigail Cleave- 
land (Parsons), — , 1831. p. r. 505. 

HOLDEN, Florence, b. Boston, d. Susan, dysentery, Sept. 7, 
1849, a. 1 y. 6 m. 20 d. 

HOLEMAN (see also Holman), Thomas, Feb. 25, 1722-3, a. 

abt. 37 y. 

HOLLAND, Mary, d. Richard and Sarah (Cunningham), Oct. 
16, 1759. 

HOLLY, Daniel, s. Daniel and Dolly [(Rowe), p. r. 506.], 

Feb. — , 1836 [Feb. 10. p. r. 506.] 
Rachel, d. Daniel and Dolly (Rowe), Mar. 22, 1841. p. R. 

506. 

HOLMAN (see also Holeman), William, throat distemper, 
June 18, 1738, in his 16th y. 

HOLMES, Anna, Aug. — , 1787. p. r. 508. 

Hannah, [J. p. R. 508.] 2d, d. [Robert and Hannah (Witham), 

p. r. 508.], consumption, Jan. 10, 1844. c. R. 5. 
Lydia, Jan. 10, 1812. a. 50 y. p. r. 508. 
William, — , 1812. a. 56 y. p. R. 508. 

HOLT, Nancy, wid. Timothy, dysentery, Aug. 20, 1849, a. 
. 87 y. 9 m. 

HOMAN, Maria T., July 11, 1837. a. 9 y. p. r. 833. 

Relief, Aug. 14, 1842. a. 87 y. p. R. 833. 
William, Aug. 15, 1839. a. 90 y. p. R. 833. 
William Albert, May 28, 1833. p. r. 833. 

HONNER (see also Honners), , ch. Oliver, Apr. — , 

1813. c. R. 2.. . 

HONNERS (see also Honner, Honnor, Honnors, Honors), Eli, 

Nov. — , 1795, a. abt. 10 y. c. R. 2. 
George Brovra, s. John and Abigail, Dec. 9, 1833. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 177 

HoNNERS, Hitty, w. Oliver, Apr. — , 1813, a. abt. 25 y. c. r. 2. 
John, suddenly, mortification, Aug. — , 1805. C. R. 2. 
Mehitable, w. Oliver, Apr. 24, 1812. 
Oliver, s. Oliver and Mehitable [consumption, c. R. 1.], Jan. 

16, 1826., [Jan. 18, a. 17 y. c. R. 1.] 
Robert, Capt., Sept. 7, 1763, a. 53 y. G. r. 1. 

HONNOR (see also Honners), John, Aug. 6, 1806, a. 32 y. 

G. R. 16. 

HONNORS (see also Honners), George Brovm, s. John and 

Abigail, Sept. 9, 1832, a. 20 m. G. R. 13. 
Hannah, Miss, Mar. 6, 1842, a. 44 y. G. R. 16. 
John, May 1, 1841, a. 38 y. G. R. 13. 
Robert, June — , 1808, a. abt. 63 y. c. r. 2. 
Sam[ue]l G., bur., May 27, 1842, a. 15 y. C. R. 1. 

HONORS (see also Honners), , ch. , bur. Dec. 

11, 1832, a. 19 m. c. r. 6. 
Nancy, w. Oliver, consumption, Dec. 12, 1846, a. 56 y. 1 m. 

4 d. 

HOOPER, Robert, Revolutionary War. — , 1779. p. r. 509. 
Sally, d. Robert and Sally (Dennison), June 8, 1816. p. r. 510. 
Sally (Dennison), w. Robert, Sept. 4, 1847. p. r. 510. 

HOTCHKISS, Caroline, w. Levi [J. G. R. 5.], inflammation 
of the bowles, July 31, 1848, a. 28 y. 11 m. 28 d. 

HOUGH (see also Huff), Ann, bur. Sept. 18, 1812, a. 86 y. 

C. R. 6. 

Ben[jamin], d. Feb. 17, 1839. G. R. 5. 

Benjamin Kent, s. Benjamin K., jr., bur. Feb. 20, 1839, a. 

21 m. c. R. 6. 
Clara [d. Benjamin K. jr. c. R. 6.], d. June 27, 1839. G. R. 5. 

[a. 3 y. 10 m. c. R. 6.] 
Elizabeth, w. Benjamin K., d. David Plumer, July 19, 1796. 

a. 30 y. G. R. 1. 
Leander B. [Bradbury C. G. R. 9.], s. Leander and Esther, 

diarrhoea, Sept. 10, 1847, a. 18 m. 3 d. 
Lucy, w. Benjamin K., bur. Jan. 6, 1825. c. R. 6. 
Mary, wid., consumption, bur. Jan. 13, 1808, a. 48 y. c. R. 6. 
Mary E., d. Benj[amin], bur. June — , 1805, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 



178 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Hough, Richard Foster, June 8, 1780, a. 19 y. G. R. 1. 
Sarah, d. Benjamin K., Esq., bur. Mar. 1, 1832, a. 28 y. C. R 

6. 
Sarah Anderson, Feb. 22, 1832, a. 28 y. G. R. 5. 

HOVEY, Eliza, w. Theron, June 4, 1840. [a. 38 y. G. R. IT.] 
Theron, m., mason, b. Beverly, s. Phineas and Betsy, consump- 
tion, Sept. 10, 1849, a. 42 y. 11 m. 12 d. [a. 43 y. G. R. 11.] 
, wid., Apr. 1, 1827, a. 73 y. c. r. 1. 

HOWE, Augustus E., s. Augustus M., Jan. 6, 1842, a. 22 m. 

G. R. 5. 
Betsey, Nov. 21, 1815. c. r. 1. 
, Mrs., bur. Apr, — , 1805, a. 90 y. c. R. 6. 

HOYT, Mary Emily, d. John and Polly (Low), Oct. 4, 1839. 

p. R. 512. 
Tammy [Tamazene. g. r. 5.], wid. Chase, diarrhoea, Feb. 12, 

1846, a. 56 y. 4 m. 12 d. [Feb. 11, a. 65 y. G. R. 5.] 
, ch. John and Polly (Low), Feb. 27, 1839. p. r. 512. 

HUFF (see also Hough), Bradbury C, s. Leander and Esther 

(Griffin), Sept. 8, 1847. p. r. 513. 
Elisabeth Pearce, d. Leander and Esther [(Griffin), p. r. 

513.], , 1842 [Apr. 6. p. r. 513.] 

Lizzie, d. Leander and Esther [(Griffin), p. r. 513.] — , 1844. 

G. R. 9. June 18. p. r. 513. 

HUFFAIN (see also Hauffins, Hoffaines, Huffin), Catey, at 
the workhouse, Jan. 7, 1815, a. abt. 50 y. 

Sarah [Mrs. c. R. 6.], at the workhouse, Apr. 20, 1819, a. 98 
y. [bur, Apr. 19. c. r. 6.] 

HUFFIN (see also Huffain), , Dec. 29, 1816. c. r. 1. 

HUGHES (see also Huse), Jonathan, Apr. 16, 1689, 
Rechall, Apr. 24, 1689. 

HULIN (see also Eulin), Anna, at the workhouse, bur. Nov. 

16, 1835. a. 90 y. c. R. 6. 
, ch. Ann, at the workhouse, bur. Sept. 16, 1821, c. r. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 79 

HULL, Frederick William, s. Daniel and Mary J., heart com- 
plaint, Aug. 30, 1848, a. 1 y. 11 m. 12 d. 
, s. stillborn, David and Mary, June 22, 1849. 

HUNT, Abbie S., Dec. 1, 1841, a. 8 y. g. r. 15. 
Eliza K., Mrs., Nov. 22, 1840, a. 38 y. G. r. 15. 

HUNTER, Mary, d. Jabez and Abagal, Nov. 28, 1733. 
Molly, Miss, at Dogtown, Apr. 5, 1816. c. r. 3. 
Sarah, at the workhouse, Sept. 19, 1819, a. 79 y. 

HUNTRESS, Caroline M., d. J. F. and Sally D., May 11, 

1841. G. r. 5. 
Joseph, s. J. F. and Sally D., d. Oct. 14, 1831. g. r. 5. 
Judith, Dec. 11, 1801, a. 28 y. g. r. 5. 
Robert, — , 1830, a. 54. g. r. 5. 

HURBURS, Charles, b. Boston, s. Nichol L. and Almira, lung 
fever, Feb. 14, 1849, a. 1 y. 9 m. 5 d. 

HURD, Enoch, s. Calvin and Matilda, typhus fever, June 20, 
1845, a. 4 y. 5 d. 

HUSE (see also Hughes), Abigail, [ch. John c. r. 6.], at the 

workhouse, Sept. 19, 1825, a. 14 m. 
Eunice, at the workhouse, Nov. 23, 1806. [a. 80 y. c. R. 1.] 
Eunice [d. John. c. r. 6.], at the poorhouse, Aug. 13, 1831, a. 

39 y. [a. 40 y. c. R. 6.] 
John, widr., yeoman, old age, May 13, 1849, a. 94 y. 
Susan, w. John, consumption, Apr. 28, 1849, a. 57 y. 
, Mrs., suddenly, bur. Sept. 11, 1812. c. r. 6. 

HUSTON, Lydia, d. Samuel and Lydia (Clarke), Mar. 12, 

1757. 
Mary, d. John and Mary, Apr. 20, 1844, a. 28 d. 
Sally (Rowe), w., Samuel jr., June 14, 1831. a. 63 y. p. r. 515. 
Samuel, on Thatchers Island, keeper of the lights, spring of 

— , 1793. p. R. 514. 
Samuel, h. Sally (Rowe), May — , 1835. p. r. 515. 
, s. stillborn, John R., fisherman, and Mary, Mar. 20, 

1844. 
, d. John and Mary, consumption, Sept. 14, 1846. a. 

2 m. 22 d. 



l8o GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

HUTCH INGS, Alfred, s. Alexander and Susan, typhus fever, 

Nov. 11, 1845, a. 1 y 9 d. 
Andrew, s. Alexander and Susan, Dec. 29, 1840. 
William, Capt., h. Hannah G., at sea, received notice, Jan. 16, 

1825. c. R. 6. 

, s. stillborn, Alexander and Susan, Apr. 17, 1846. 

H , Sarah, d. John, Feb. 1, . [1690?] 

INGALLS, Joseph, jr. [grand s. Joseph and Martha Everdeen. 

G. R. 12.], at the workhouse [insanity, c. r. 6.], Nov. 15, 

1824, a. 26 y. 
Nabbv, Nov. 12, 1827, a. 40 y. c. R. 1. 
'-, d. stillborn, W[illia]m E. and Eliza, Feb. 22, 1849. 

INGARSALL (see also Ingersoll), Sarah, w. Joseph, May 29, 
1714. 

INGARSOLL (see also Ingersoll), Bethsheba, d. Joseph, May 
1, 1699. 

INGERSALL (see also Ingersoll), Elisha, bur. Mar. — , 
1721-2. 

INGERSELL (see also Ingersoll), David, drowned on the 

fishing bank near Cape Sables, Apr. — , 1730. 
Joseph, s. Joseph, jr., Feb, 1, 1734-5, 15 m. 16 d. 

INGERSOL (see also Ingersoll), Abigail, wid., bur. Nov. 26, 

1834, a. 93 y. c. r. 6. 
Andrew, bur. Feb. 23, 1824, a. 72 y. c. R. 6. 
Betsey, w. Capt. William, bur. Dec. 24, 1821. c. R. 6. 
Hannah, wid., bur. Apr. 10, 1834, a. 78 y. c. r. 6. 
James, bur. July 5, 1835, a. 39 y. c. r. 6. 
John, bur. Nov. 17, 1810, a. 24 y. c. r. 6. 
John Low, s. Rebecca, bur. Jan. 18, 1816. c. R. 6. 
John Parsons, inf. s. Joshua, bur. Aug. 17, 1825. c. R. 6. 
William, Capt., bur. Sept. 9, 1830, a. 60 y. c. r. 6. 

,ch. Joshua, Oct. 23, 1820. c. R. 3. 

, wid. , mother to John, , 1820. c. r. 3. 

, inf. ch., of the Cove, bur. Jan. 27, 1822. c. r. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS l8l 

INGERSOLL (see also Ingarsall, Ingarsoll, Ingersall, Inger- 
sell, Ingersol, Ingerson) , Alexander, s. John and Hannah, 
burned, Aug. 12, 1845, a. 5 y. 
Anna, w. John, [after May 2, 1760.] 
Anne, d, John and Anna, [after Apr. — , 1742. 
Anne, d. John and Anna, [after 1745.] 
Bethiah, w. Josiah, Feb. 3, 1778, in her 53d y. G. R. 1. 
David, jr., s. David and Sally, Jan. 12, 1820. 
David, m., fisherman, s. David and S. Morgan, dropsy. May 

1, 1844, a. 71 y. 7 m. 8 d. 
Eliza, fever, Oct. 1, 1817, a. 17 y. c. r. 1. 
Elizabeth, d. George and Elizabeth, Mar. 19, 1648-9. 
Georgianna, d. David and Fanny, Mar. 1, 1847, a. 1 y. 6 m. 

c. R. 8. 
Harriet, d. John and Hannah, consumption, Sept. 27, 1848, a. 

18 y. 3 m. 7 d. 
Henry, Aug. 30, 1838, a. 54 y. p. r. 278. 
John, s. John and Anna, [after 1746.] 
John, m., s, John and Mary, heart disease, Aug. 1, 1848, a. 

57 y. 7 m. 
Joseph, Mar. 12, 1717-18, a. abt. 72 y. 
Joshua, m., Feb. — , 1845. 
Josiah, Jan. 13, 1789, in his 73d y. g. r. 1, 
Matilda, d. David and — "Sawyer" Ingersoll, Mar. 12, 1833. 

A, and c. [Mar. 14. a. 18 y. G. r. 5.] 
Rebecca, w. Sargant, Sept. 20, 1823, a. 74 y. g. r. 12. 
Sally, Aug. — , 1826. p. r. 519. 
Sally, wid. David, canker, Sept. 25, 1849, a. 74 y. 4 m. [Sept. 

26. G. R. 1.] 
Samuel, s. John and Hannah, diarrhoea, Sept. 3, 1847, a. 15 

y. 4 m. 12 d. 
Solomon, of an apoplexy as supposed, Feb. 19, 1777, a. 78 y. 
c. R. 3. 

INGERSON (see also Ingersoll), Daniel, s. Josiah and Mary, 

Nov. 27, 1723, a. 4 d. 
Judith, w. Samuel, May 11, 1721, a. bet. 50 and 60 y. 
Sarah, d. Joseph and Mary, Jan. 10, 1726-7. 

IRELAND, Sarah, w. Thomas, consumption, Feb. 28, 1847, a. 

52 y. 
Thomas Gardner, s. [Capt. c. r. 6.], Thomas and Sarah 
[quinsy c. R. 6.], Mar. 13, 1820. [a. 22 y. c. r. 6.] 



1 82 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Ireland, , inf. ch. Capt. T., bur. Jan. 14, 1829, c. r. 6. 



JACKSON (see also Jacksonne), Mary, w. Joseph, . 

[jr. July 12, 1766, a. 22 y. g. r. 1.] 

JACKSONNE (see also Jackson), Susana, w. John, "the 
younger," Apr. 10, 1662. 

JACOBS, Isaac, h. Lois Cleaveland, lost at sea [Cashe's 

Ledge, p. r. 522.], June 18, 1808. 
Lois, d. Isaac and Lois Cleaveland, Oct. 19, 1817. 
Mary, at the workhouse, bur. Mar. 17, 1841, a. 92 y. c. R. 6. 

JAMES,Charles, Sept. 11, 1720, a. abt. 69 y. 
Dike, Dec. — , 1778, a. upwards of 80 y. c. R. 2. 

Ebenezer, h. Mary, . [after 1821?] 

Francis, s. Francis, Jan. 30, 1707-8. 

Parker Whipple, s. James 2d h. and Mary, June — , 1835. 

Thomas, s. Francis and Elizabeth, Nov. 4, 1704. 

JAQUES, Madame, Sept. 30, 1790, a. 88 y. c. r. 2. 
Richard, Rev. Apr. 10, 1777, a. upwards of 70 y. c. R. 2. 

JEFFS (see also Jefs), Isaac, at the poorhouse, Dec. 9, 1828, 

a. 23 y. [a. 19 y. c. r. 6.] 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Abigail, Nov. 12, 1758. 
Thomas, at the workhouse, Nov. 9, 1806. [a. 78 y. c. R. 1.] 
William, at the poorhouse, Aug. 21, 1829, a. 3 y. 

JEFS (see also Jeffs), Thomas, s. adopted, John Harriden, 
Oct. 26, 1805, a. 13 y. c. R. 3. 

JENKINS, Sarah, wid. Benjamin, consumption, July 20, 1843, 
a. 76 y. 6 m. 4 d. 

JERALS (see also Gerils), Caroline E., d. Israel R. an'd 

Sarah M., Oct. 26, 1841, a. 6 y. G. R. 2. 
George, s. Israel R. and Sarah M., May 3, 1846, a. 2 y. G. R. 2. 
George, s. Israel R. and Sarah M., July 26, 1849, a. 2 y. G. R. 

2. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 83 

JEWETT, Almira (Parsons), 2d w. Ebenezer, Mar. 1842. 

p. R. 524. 
David, at Waltham, July 14, 1841, c. R. 5. 
Diadama [(York), p. r. 524,], w, Ebenezer, Apr. 24, 1837. 
Elizabeth P., d. Stillman and Judith B., Aug. 31, 1848, a. 

18 y. G. R. 5. 
Henry, s. Ebenezer and Diadama [(York), p, r. 524.], Apr. 

16, 1834. 
Henry C, minister, b. Rowley, s, Joseph, scarlet fever, bur. 

at Rowley, d. Nov. 4, 1846, a. 44 y. 
Stillman, Oct.' 10, 1848, a, 43 y. g. r. 5. 
William Henry, s. Purchase and Eliza, at Canton, E. I., Apr. 

20, 1840. 

JOHNSON, , d. Capt. John, dysentery, bur. Sept, 10, 

1807, a, 2 y, c. r. 6, 

JOHNSTON, Clarissa, d, [Capt, c. r, 6,], John and Anna 
[P. G. r. 5.], July 17, 1825, [a, 4 w. c, R, 6.] 

Mary Elisabeth, d, [Capt, c. R, 6,] John and Anna [P. g. r. 
5.], Dec. 24, 1821. [a. 8 m, c. r. 6.] 

Mary H., w. [Capt. c. R, 6.], John, d, — , 1818. g. r. 5. [bur. 
Sept. 17. c. R. 6.] 

Sally, a native of Ireland, bur Sept, 24, 1822, a. 80 y. c. R. 6. 

JONES, Abigail, wid. Samuel, old age, bur. at Newburyport, 

d. Mar. 23, 1848, a. 87 y. 10 m. 8 d. [a, 89 y. G. R. 5.] 
Addison, s, Ambrose and Mary (Haraden), June 18. 1835. 

p. R. 442. 
Adeline, w. Samuels, Aug. 24, 1836. 
Ambrose [h. Mary (Haraden), p. r. 442.], Dec. 1, 1818. c. R. 

3. 
Caroline Augusta, d. Samuel and Sarah [G. g. r. 5.], Sept. 2, 

1836. [Sept. 27. a. 20 m. G. R. 5.] 
Charlotte Osgood, w. Thomas C, childbirth, Nov. 9, 1830. 

c. R. 6. 
Ellen M., d. Edward and Mary, lung fever, Mar. 15, 1847, 

a. 7 y, 10 m. 3 d. [Mar. 13. g. r, 5 ; a. 9 y, 10 m, 3^ d. 

dup.] 
Esther, wid. Joseph, bur. Mar. 30, 1843, a. 72 y. c. r. 6. 

[d. Mar. 27. p. r. 526.] 
George, s. Samuel Y. and Mary, consiunption, Sept. 9, 1845, 

a, 28 y. [a. 27 y. 3 m, g, r. 2.] 



184 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Jones, Griffith E., b. Utica, consumption, Oct. 4, 1845, a. 21 

y. 4 m. 17 d. 
James, s. Samuel and Sarah, drowned June 20, 1838. [a. 10 

y. 6 m. G. R. 5.; a. abt. 12 y. c. R. 6.] 
John, s. Thomas and Sophia, at French Creek, Penn., Sept. 

13, 1798. 
John W., s. John and Louisa, Oct. 3, 1849, a. 7 y. 1 m. 

9 d. G. R. 9. 
Joseph, bur. July 30, 1832, a. 61 y. c. R. 6, 
Lucy, b. Rockport, d. Benjamin and Lucy, dropsy, bur. at 

Rockport, d. Feb. 7, 1848, a. 1 y. 2 m. 3 d. 
Martha, d. John and Nancy (Jones), Jan. 9, 1835. p. r. 526. 
Martha, d. John and Nancy (Jones), July 15, 1836. p. R. 526. 
Martha Page, d. John and Nancy (Jones), Apr. 26, 1841. 

p. R. 526. 
Mary, 4:12 m:1681. 
Mary J., d. Ambrose and Mary (Haraden), Dec. 20, 1837. 

p. R. 442. 
Olwyn David, s. Thomas and Sophia [of Britain drowned in 

this Harbour, g. r. 5.], March 4, 1805. 
Samuel, s. Samuel and Adeline, Feb. 1, 1829. [Feb. 3. c. R. 3.] 
Sam[ue]ll York, s. Ambros and Susanna, dysentery, Oct. 17, 

1775, a. 3 y. c. R. 3. 
Susannah, w. Ambrose, Mar. 24, 1816. c. R. 3, 
Thomas, Nov. 25, 1672. 
Thomas, 11:7 m:1771. 
Thomas, Rev., clergyman, b. Pembrokeshire, South Wales, old 

age, Aug. 20, 1846, a. 83 y. 4 m. 15 d. 
Thomas Charles, s, Thomas and Sophia, Jan. 27, 1831. [32 

y. c. R. 6.] 
William, s. Thomas and Sophia, at Philadelphia, Jan. 2, 1802. 

, inf. ch. Mr., Mar. — , 1828. c. R. 1. 

, s. stillborn, Thomas C, bur. Oct. 28, 1830. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. Mr. , [June 18?], 1836. c. r. 1. 

, s. Samuel, jr., of Annisquam, bur. Sept. 15, 1836, a. 

3 w. c. R. 6. 

, ch. John, May — , 1841. c. R. 1. 

, s. John and Loisa, June 29, 1844, a. 1 d. 

, inf. ch. John and Louisa, July 10, 1844. G. R. 9. 

, s. stillborn, Samuel and Sarah, Sept. 16, 1846. 



JOSELYN see Josselyn. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I 85 

JOSEPH, Matthew, at the workhouse, Apr. 10, 1821, a. 53 y. 

JOSLEN (see also Josselyn), Bridgett, w. Henry, Sept. 7, 

1684. 
Ebenzar, s. Henry, Nov. 20, 1686. 
Susanna, d. Henry and Bridgett, Jan. 28, 1680. 

JOSSELYN (see also Joslen, Josslin), Abraham, at the poor- 
house, Jan. 23, 1838, a. 90 y. 

JOSSLIN (see also Josselyn), Benjamin, on board a fishing 
sloop, James Elwell master, lost near Cape Sable, Oct. 
— , 1716, a. 21 y. 

JUDKIN, Anna, Jan. 27, 1705-6. 
Thomas, Feb. 23, 1694-5. 

JUMPER, Abigail, d. Edward, —17, 1738, a. abt. 2J^ y. 
Edward, at the poorhouse, Dec. 29, 1831, a. 67 y. 
John, Capt., Jan. 18, 1836, a. 48 y. 2 m. 7 d. G. R. 14. 
Joseph, jr., drowned, July 29, 1808, a. 23 y. or there about. 

C. R. 3. 

Joseph, bur. Oct. 4, 1817. c. r. 3. 
Lucy, w. John, consumption, Nov. 26, 1846. a. 54 y. 
Patty, scrofula, Nov. 25, 1806, a. 19 y. C. R. 1. 
Susanna, consumption. Mar. 1, 1811, a. 65 y. c. R. 1. 

, Mrs., "at the Farms," bur. Mar. 10, 1811. c. R. 6. 

, "at the Farms," bur. July 14, 1814 [1813?], a. 74 y. 

c. R. 6. 
, w. Joseph, Sept. 30, 1814. c. r. 3. 



JUNE, William Dening, drowned at Cape Sables fishing 
ground, 1729. 

KALDER (see also Calder), , inf. s. , bur. June 

12, 1806. c. R. 6. 

KEEN, Almira, w. Lot, Jan. 29, 1836. 
Lot, in Boston, Jan. 9, 1846. c. R. 5. 

KENDAL (see also Kendall), Joshua, s. Joshua and Mary, 

May 22, 1748, a. 15 y. 
Mary, d. Joshua, distemper of the throat, Dec. 10, 1737. 



1 86 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

KENDALL (see also Kendal), Harriet N., May 6, 1849. c. r. 

5 
Lydia, Mrs., consumption, Apr. 24, 1840. c. R. 5. 
William Henry, s. James M. and Jerusha, inflammation of 

the lungs, Oct. 29, 1848, a. 5 m. 1 d. [Oct. 28. g. r. 4.] 

KENNEDY, William, apoplectic fit, July 29, 1817, a. 8 y. 

C. R. 1. 

, ch. Mrs., consumption, Nov. 27, 1816, a. 5 y. c. R. 1. 

KENT, Joane, d. twin, Thomas and Joane, 2:1 m:1665. ct. r. 

Job, s. John and Susanna, Jan. 8, 1718-19, a, abt. 12 d. 

Josiah, May 19, 1725, a. abt. 65 y. 

Marcy, d. twin, Thomas and Joane, 2:1 m:1665. ex. r. 

Thomas, sr.. May 1, 1658. 

Thomas, jr., Aug. 14, 1691. 

Thomas, Aug. 3, 1696, 

, wid., Oct. 16, 1671. ct. r. 

, wid., Oct. 16, 1771. 

KENTON, Mary Ann, d. Thomas and Mary Ann, inflamma- 
tion of the lungs, Sept. 6, 1849, a. 1 y. 3 m. 3 d. [Sept. 
3. G. R. 1.] 

KETTELL, William, July 11, 1677. 

KILLAM (see also Killum), Dorothy, d. Joseph and Dorothy, 

2d w., Apr. 21, 1736, in her 5th y. 
Joseph, Mar. 12, 1806, a. 100 y. 11 m. 12 d. c. r. 2. 
Sarah, d. Joseph and Sarah, Jan. 7, 1735-6, in her 7th y. 
Solomon, at sea, Sept. — , 1772. c. r. 2. 
, Miss, consumption. May 7, 1784, a. upwards of 70 

y. c. r. 2. 
, Mr., Mar. 30, 1816, a. abt. 76 y. c. R. 2. 



KILLUM (see also Killam), Sarah, w. Joseph, July 16, 1729, 
in her 21st y. 

KIMBALL, Eliza [d. Maj. Jona[than]. o. r. 2.], Sept. 1, 1819, 
a. upwards of 20 y. c. r. 3. [a. 21 y. G. R. 2.] 

Elizabeth, w. Maj. Jonathan, Sept. 15, 1819, a. 46 y. c. R. 3. 

Jonathan [s. Maj. Jona[than], g. R. 2 ; fever, c. R. 1.], Sept. 
4, 1819, a. 25 y. c. r. 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 187 

Kimball, Jonathan, Maj., suddenly of apoplexy, July 13, 
1820, a. 57 y. c. r. 3. 

Joseph, of York, Me., Apr. 20, 1836, a. 73 y. p. r. 533:. 

Loiza M., measles, Apr. 11, 1816, a. 2 y. c. R. 1. 

Mary, of York, Me., Oct. 21, 1831. a. 71 y. p. R. 533. 

Mary Wailing, d. Theodore and Dorothy (Bragdon), Nov. 5, 
1844. p. R. 533. 

Parintha [Jane. p. r. 533.], d. Theodore and Dorethy, [Brag- 
don. p. R. 533.], June 5, 1840, a. 2 y. 11 m. 22 d. g. r. 2. 

, inf. ch. Maj. — , Feb. 23, 1807. C. R. 3. 

, twin, inf. ch. Maj., Mar. 13, 1807. c. r. 3. 

, ch. Maj., Feb. — , 1809. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Cue, May 4, 1809. c. R. 1. 

, w. C, May 29, 1809. c. r. 1. 

KINACUM (see also Cininchum, Kinnacum), Joseph, s. Ben- 
jamin and Margret, July 14, 1717, a. abt. 3 m. 8 d. 

KING, Abigail (Millett), w. John, Nov. 20, 1723, a. abt. 
44 y. 

KINGSBURY, Aaron, consumption, Aug. 16, 1818, a. 63 y. 
c. R. 1. 

KINNACUM (see also Kinacum), John, s. Benjamin and Mar- 
grat, Nov. 29, 1711. 

KINSMAN, Abigail, Nov. 20, 1809, a. 45 y. c. r. 1. 

Abigail, Sept. — , 1825, a. 78 y. c. r. 1. 

Anna, d. William and Anna, Dec. 29, 1800. 

Farley, s. Moses and Lucy (Cogswell), Sept. 26, 1825. p. R. 

F34. 
Farley, s. Farley and Jerusha (Norwood), Aug. 31, 1826. 

p. R. 534. 
Hannah, wid. John, old age, Oct. 26, 1843, a. 69 y. 6 m. 7 d. 
John, Capt., Mar. 18, 1829, a. 62 y. c. r. 1. 
Mary, d. William and Anna, Oct. 7, 1795. 
Nancy, d. William and Anna, Feb. 26, 1789. 
Nathaniel, s. William and Anna, Nov. 28, 1800. 
Susanna, d. Nathaniel and Anna, . [after Aug. 30, 

1763?] 
William, s. William and Anna, Nov. 2, 1784. 



1 88 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Kinsman, William, 2d, s. twin, William and Anna, Oct. 14, 

1795. 
, inf. ch. Capt. Joseph, bur. Sept. 3, 1824. c. R. 6. 

KITTERIDGE, John, Dr., bur. Sept. 2, 1822. c. R. 6. 

KNIGHT (see also Knights), Harriet, d. William and Eliz[a- 
beth] Ann, consmnption, May 8, 1844, a. 6 y. 7 m. 8 d. 

Jacob, fisherman on schr. Paris, Hugh Parkhurst, master, sailed 
for Georges Bank, lost in gale, abt. Mar. 1, 1845, a. 21 y. 

Joseph, Sept. — , 1799, a. abt. 88 y. c. R. 2. 

Mary Eliza, d. James and Sarah, consumption, Aug. 11, 1843, 
a. 20 y. 19 d. 

Rachel, w. Thomas, Nov. — , 1802. a. 25 y. c. R. 2. 

Sarah, at the poorhouse, Mar. 4, 1836, a. 37 y. 

, ch. Thomas, Dec. — , 1802, a. abt. 3 m. c. R. 2. 

KNIGHTS (see also Knight), Abigail, w. Capt. Job, Feb. 3, 

1803, a. 54 y. G. R. 1. [1805. dup.] 
Anna, d. Capt. Job and Abigail, Oct. 20, 1801, a. 19 y. g. r. 1. 
Elisabeth, w. Stephen, Feb. 16, 1806. [a. 33 y. c. R. 1.] 
Elizabeth, Aug. L 1820. p. r. 536. 
George, s. George and Judith, Apr. 19, 1796, a. 1 y. 9 m. 

G. R. 2. 

George, s. George and Laura, Sept. 18, 1836. 

George, at sea, Oct. 24, 1842. c. R. 5. 

George Jackson, s. Thomas P. and Olive [(Pool), p. r. 536.], 

— , 1820 [Nov. 18, p. R. 536.] 
Job Capt., lost at sea, — , 1786, a. 39 y. g. R. 1. 
Job [s. Job. dup.], drowned near Newburyport lighthouse, 

 July 2, 1816. c. R. 3. 
Lucinda, b. Topsfield, d. William and Adeline, dysentery, Oct. 

5, 1846, a. 4 y. 1 m. 3 d. 
Noah, s. Capt. Job and Abigail, Sept. 28, 1802, a. 24 y. G. R. 

1. 
Sally [(Sargent), w. Thomas; formerly w. Moses Wheeler. 

g. r. 3.], m., d. Moses Wheeler, lung fever. Mar. 27, 1847, 

a. 62 y. 
Sarah, Oct. 26, 1823. c. R. 5. 

, ch., Joseph, — , 1778, a. abt. 2 y. c. R, 2. 

 , ch. S., Sept. 25, 1809, a. 3 y. c.R. 1. 

, inf. ch. James, bur. Feb. 25, 1819. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 89 

Knights, , inf. ch. , bur. Aug. 25, 1822. c. r. 6. 

 , inf. ch. , bur. Aug. 18, 1830, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 

, wid., at the workhouse, bur. Mar. 4, 1836, a. 36 y. 

C. R. 6. 

KNOLTON (see also Knowlton), John, jr., drowned, May 24, 
1816, a. abt. 22 y. c. R. 3. 

KNOWLTON (see also Knolton), Benjamin, s. Moses, fever, 

Dec. — , 1803, a. abt. 12 y. 
Benjamin, s. Nehemiah and Martha (Tilton), Oct. — , 1838. 

p. R. 541. 
Cordelia, d. Harvey and Lucy, July — , 1832. 
Elisabeth, d. Sargent, consumption, Mar. 1, 1846, a. 31 y. 7 

m. 23 d. 
Eliza (Potter), w. Nehemiah, Apr. 5, 1770. p. r. 541. 
Ivers, s. Azor and Lois [Cleaveland Hale (Jacobs), p. r. 551,], 

Julv 31, 1822. 
James, July 20, 1835, a. 39 y. G. R. 2. 
John, s. Capt. of Manchester, servant to Solomon Parsons, at 

Philadelphia, Aug. 4, 1741, a. abt. 18 y. 
John jr., June 17, 1816. a. 24 y. p. r. 543. 
John, Feb. 23, 1825. a. 53 y. p. r. 543. 
John, at Portsmouth, — , 1826. c. R. 3. 
Josiah, s. Nehemiah and Martha (Tilton), May 28, 1828. p. 

R. 541. 
Laurana Giles (Tarr), w. Nehemiah, scarlet fever, June 7, 

1830. p. r. 147. 
Lois Cleaveland [Hale (Jacobs), p. r. 551.], w. Azor, June 

12, 1835. 
Margaret, w. Michael, Feb. 22, 1834. 

Martha (Tilton), 3d. w. Nehemiah, Aug. — , 1832. p. r. 541. 
Mary, July 24, 1827. a. 51 y. p. r. 543. 

Nancy (Colby), 2d. w. Nehemiah, Sept. 13, 1846. p. r. 542. 
Nehemiah, Aug. 15, 1834. p. r. 541. 

Patience (Parsons), w. Nehemiah, May 2, 1846. p. r. 542. 
Susanna (Fellows), 2d. w. Nehemiah, Oct. 23, 1773. p. r. 541. 
, s. stillborn, Barnard and Betsy, July 12, 1845. 

KNUTSFORD, Allen, mariner, s. Thomas and Elisabeth, con- 
sumption, August 1, 1846, a. 28 y. 
Mary, w. Stephen, Dec. 30, 1834, a. 81 y. 4 m. 28 d. G, R. 14. 
, ch. Thomas, — , 1824. c. r. 3. 



I90 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

LABNIEUR (see also Labruner), , ch. M., killed, Apr. 

6, 1806, a. 4 y. c. R. 1. 

LABRUNER (see also Labnieur), Lucy, internal abscesses, 
June 23, 1806, a. 33 y. c. r. 1. 

LADD, Adella, w. John S. Esq., of Cambridge, at Rockport, 
puerperial fever, bur. June 7, 1842, a. 30 y. c. r. 1. 

LAHA, James, asthma, Dec. 29, 1807, a. 70 y. c. R. 1. 
William, s. James, bur. Oct. 18, 1817, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 
, wid., bur. Feb. 26, 1822. c. R. 6. 

LAIGHTON (see also Leighton), Patience, d. Samuel and 
Patience (Grover), . [bet. 1750-1752.] 

LAKE, James Hadlock, s. Martha, at the workhouse, Jan. 22, 
1815, a. 6 m. 

LAKEMAN, Harriet Ann, d. John and Maria Antoinette, June 

— , 1841. 
John, b. Ipswich, m., mariner, s. John and Mary, consumption, 

Oct. 16, 1848, a. 37 y. 4 m. 16 d. 

LAMBERT, William, Esq., from Summerworth, N. H., school 
teacher, apoplexy, Dec. 11, 1824, a. 45 y. 



-^ LAMPHEAR, John, July 20, 1816, a. 37 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. wid. dropsy, Apr. 11, 1818, a. 18 m. c. R. 1. 

LAMSON, Anna, wid., bur. Sept. 15, 1843, a. 78 y. c. R. 6. 
Daniel, bur. Mar. 11, 1824. c. R. 6. 

Mr., father of Mrs. Oliver Whitrige, Jan. 31, 1807. C. R. 3. 
, wid. , bur. May 13, 1815. c. R. 3. 

LANCKSFORD (see also Langsford), John, drowned, Oct. 
14, 1823, a. abt. 28 y. c. R. 3. 

LANCY, John, s. John, burnt, bur. Dec. 10, 1814, a. 2 y. 

C. R. 6. 

, ch. , bur. Nov. 20, 1813. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS I9I 

LANE, Abigail, d. Solomon and Abigail, fever, Sept. 30, 1774, 

a. 5 m. c. R. 3. 
Abigail, w. Solomon, consimiption, Jan. 1, 1777, a. 38 y. c, r. 

3. [Dec. 26, 1776. p. r. 555.] 
Abigail, d. David and Hannah, Sept. 6, 1801, in her 17th y. 

G« R. o. 

Abigail, w. David [Feb. 22, 1812. a. 32 y. 10 m. 16 d. P. R. 564. 

[Adeline, different ink.], d. Theodore and Clarissa, consump- 
tion, Sept. 28, 1848, a. 1 m. 19 d. 

Agnes H., d. E. and Betsey, Oct, 3, 1834, a. 3 y. g. r. 1. 

Alexander, s. Capt. Gideon, at St. Thomas, West Indies, Aug. 
5, 1821. c. R. 3. 

Amanda, twin. d. Gideon and Abigail, Oct. 7, 1838. p. r. 571. 

Ammi, Nov. 5, 1787. p. r. 555. 

Andrew, h. Mary (Tarr), Jan. 24, 1791. a. 45 y. p. r. 558. 

Andrew, s. Andrew and Mary (Tarr), Jan. 20, 1772. p. r. 558. 

Anna, w. Gideon, bur. June 7, 1821. c. R. 3. 

Benjamin, complication of disorders. Mar. 12, 1773, a. 72 y. 

c. R. 3. 

Benjamin, s. William and Abigail, consumption, Jan. 13, 1849, 

a. 4 y. 
Betsey Gott, d. George and Sally, 2d w., June 11, 1835. 
Betsy, wid., Jonathan, Sept. — , 1808, a. 60 or 70 y. c. R. 3. 
Betsy, w. Edward, consumption, Dec. 14, 1843, a. 36 y. 3 m. 

14 d. [Dec. 13. g. r. 1.] 
Caleb, Feb. 10, 1783, a. 54 y. g. r. 2. 
Caleb jr., June 8, 1814. p. r. 559. 

Charles, s. Caleb and Abiah (Saville), Nov. 7, 1796. p. r. 559. 
Clara, d. Frederick and Judith Story [(Sanborn), p. r. 585], 

d. Aug. 21, 1842. g. R. 9. 

Clarissa, d. Theodore and Clarissa, June 25, 1836. a. and c. 
Clifford, s. Oliver G. and Charlotte [Phippen. p. r. 574.], 

Mar. 26, 1832. [a. 2 m. g. r. 5.] 
Clifford, s. James M. and Elizabeth H., d. — , 1846. g. r. 9. 
Cornelius, bur. July 9, 1805. c. R. 3. 
David, dropsy, Sept. 3, 1777, a. 56 y. c. r. 3. 
David, s. David and Abigail, Aug. 19, 1801, a. 30 d. g. r. 3. 
David, Capt., May 30, 1825, a. 75 y. c. r. 3. [a. 74 y. 6 m. 

18 d. G. R. 3.] 
David jr., h. Abigail 1st, Mary (Gott), 2d, Mary (Taylor) 3d, 

May 15, 1835. a. 59 y. p. r. 564. 
David, s, David and Lydia Ann, lung fever, May 25, 1844, 

a. 2 y. 5 m. lid. 



192 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Lane, David, m., s. Epes and Susan, suicide, Dec. 9, 1848, a. 

45 y. 
Debborah, d. John and Dorois, May 9, 1729, in her 27th y. 
Deborah, d, Joseph and Deborah, May 17, 1722, a. abt. 5 m. 
Deborah, d. John and Darcos, May 9, 1729, in her 27th y. 

G. R. 3. 
Dorcas, w. John, Feb. 9, 1754, in her 93d y. g. r. 3. 
Dorcas [B. G. R. 2.], w. Capt. Gideon [3d. G. r. 2.], Oct. 15, 

1817. c. r. 3. [Oct. 16. G. R. 2.] 
Dorcas B. [d. Gideon and Eliza H. (Peabody), p. r. 572.], 

Dec. 13, 1824, a. 10 m. G. R. 9. 
Dorcas B. [d. Gideon and Eliza H. (Peabody), p. r. 572.], 

Oct. 13, 1828, a. 2 m. g. R. 9. 
Edward, s. Epes and Mary, d. July 17, 1841. g. r. 3. 
Elisabeth, w., d. Joseph and Elisabeth Harvey, consumption, 

Dec. 15, 1848, a. 27 y. 
Eliza (Tarr), w. George, Sept. 7, 1829. p. r. 581. 
Elizabeth, wid. , asthma, Sept. 11, 1779, a. 70 y. c. r. 

3. 
Elizabeth, Dec. 1st., 1842. p. r. 137. 
Elizabeth A., d. James M. and Elizabeth H., d. — , 1847. 

G. R. 9. 
Elizabeth H., w. James M., d. — , 1848. G. r. 9. 
Epes E[dward. p. r. 576.], s. Epes and Mary, d. Mar. 22, 

1836. G. r. 3. 
Esther, wid. Mark, July 10, 1827. c. r. 3. 
Fitz William, s. Solomon, deceased, June 15, 1818, a. 5 y. 

c. r. 3. 
Francis [G. g. r. 5.], s. Oliver G. and Charlotte, fever, Mar. 

12, 1846, a. 6 y. 
George, h. Lucy (Tarr), Apr. 10, 1838. p. r. 567. 
George Newton, s. George and Delia Sawyer (Rowe), Nov. 

7, 1833. p. R. 581. 
George Washington, at the West Indies, Apr. — , 1810. c. R. 

3. 
Gideon, Capt., Nov. 28, 1821, a. 57 y. c. r. 3. [Nov. 21. G. R. 

9.] 
Gideon, bur. Mar. 27, 1838, a. 76 y. c. r. 6. 
Hannah, d. Joseph, insane, June 21, 1819. c. R. 3. 
Hannah, w. Stephen, bur. Nov. 2, 1834, a . 42 y. c. R. 6. 
Hannah, wid. Gideon, lung fever. Mar. 29, 1848, a. 62 y. 4 m. 

15 d. 
Hannah Center, w. Stephen H., . [bet. 1832—1838?] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 93 

Lane, Harriet, d. wid. S. Lane, Feb, 13, 1821, a. 18 y. c. r. 3. 
Harriet, wid. Capt. David, Nov. 30, 1840, a. 86 y. 10 m. 

G. R. 3. 
Henry Lyman, s. Henry W. and Loisa [(Saunders), p. r. 

583.], dropsy, Oct. 11, 1844, a. 7 y. 3 m. 
Irene, m., d. Walter and Martha Butler, consumption, Oct. 

26, 1844, a. 26 y. 11 m. 17 d. 
James, s. James and Ruth, May 14, 1729, in his 18 y. 
James, Dea., Apr. 20, 1751, a. 69 y. G. r. 3. 
James, unm., master of a fishing schooner belonging to Daniel 

Gibbs, Esq., never heard of since they were on the Banks 

in 1753, rec. Dec. 27, 1754. 
John, s. John and Mary, Apr. 6, 1721. 
John, killed by the Indians, near Penobscot [fox harbour dup.], 

June 22, 1724, a. 36 y. 
John, s. James and Judith, Apr. 14, 1732, in his 7th y. G. r. 3. 
John, Jan. 24, 1737-8, a. 86 y. g. r. 3. 
John, s, Benjamin and Hannah, killed in an engagement with 

a British Ship May 29, 1778, a. 19 y. C. R. 3. 
John, Feb. 2, 1824, a. 49 y. c. R. 3. 
John J., s. Stephen [H. g. r. L] and Judith [D. o. R. 1.; 

Elizabeth dup.], dysentery, Sept. 7, 1849, a. 7 m. 7 d. 

[Sept. 11, a. 8 m. g. r. 11.] 
John P., s. John S. and Mehitable, lung fever, Oct. 23, 1844, 

a. 1 y. 19 d. 
John Preston, s. John S., jr. and Mehitabel, Oct. 4, 1844. 
Jonathan, fever, Aug. 25, 1816. c. r. 1. 

Joseph, s. Joseph and Deborah, Mar. 9, 1725-6, a. above 10 m. 
[Jos]eph, Apr. 24, 1743, in his 15th y. 
Joseph, — , 1776. c. r. 5. 

Joseph, s. Caleb, drowned, Dec. 5, 1819. C. R. 3. 
Joseph, s. Joseph [and Elizabeth, p. r. 137.], drowned', Dec. 

12, 1819, a. 17 y. c. R. 3. 
Joseph, 3d, bur. Jan. 1, 1827, a. abt. 31 y. c. R. 3. 
Joseph [h. Elizabeth, p. r. 137.], May 2, 1832. c. R. 3. 
Josiah, Nov. 23, 1747, in his 59th y. g. r. 3. 
Judith, w. Dea. James, Aug. 23, 1770, in her 86th y. g. r. 3. 
Judith, d. David and Hannah, Jan. 18, 1801, in her 12th y. 

g. r. 3. 
Judith, w, James, puerperal fever, Nov. 21, 1825, a. 19 y. 

c. R. 3. 
Julia, d. Epes and Sally H.[umphreys (Woodbury), p. r. 

561.], 2d w., Mar. 7, 1821. 



194 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Lane, Julia Augusta, d. Capt. Gideon, Nov. 30, 1813, a. 5 y. 

c. R. 3. 
Lara, m., mariner, s. Joseph and Betsy, consumption, Aug. 14, 

1843, a. 35 y. 3 m. 6 d, 
Laura, d. George and Sally, 2d w., July 31, 1829. 
Leba A., d. James and Elisabeth, dropsy, Dec. — , 1847, a. 

1 y. 5 m. 
Lucy [(Tarr), p. r. 567.], w. George, Aug. 25, 1802. 
Mark, June 15, 1826. c. r. 3. 
Mary, w. Gideon, consumption, Jan. 8, 1779, a. 34 y. c. R. 3. 

Mary, wid. , Jan. — , 1789. c. R. 5. 

Mary, d. William and Polly, May 28, 1826. [May 27, c. R. 3.] 
Mary (Taylor), 3d. w. David, Feb. 13, 1834. p. R. 564. 
Mary (Tarr), w. Andrew, Jan. 23, 1772. p. r. 558. 
Matilda, d. John S., jr. and Mehitabel, Oct. 6, 1843. 
Mercy, pauper, old age, Aug. 5, 1807, a. 87 y. C. R. 1. 
Nabby, w. David, jr., Feb. 22, 1812. c. R. 3. 

Nancy, d. , bur. June 19, 1823, a. 15 y. c. R. 6. 

Nathaniel, s. Solomon, Aug. 19, 1805, a. 3 y. c. r. 3. 

Nathaniel, Dec. 11, 1812. c. R. 3. 

Nathaniel, m., stone cutter, s. Nathaniel, consumption, Dec. 

14, 1846, a. 44 y. 
Olive [E. G. R. 2.], w. Moses, Feb. 13, 1823. [Feb. 11. a. 30 

y. c. R. 3.; Feb. 12. g. r. 2.] 
Oliver G., h. Charlotte Phippen, Dec. 20, 1822. p. r. 574. 
Otis, mariner, s. Epes and Sally, consumption. Mar. 21, 1847, 

a. 20 y. 2 m. 
Patiance, d. John and Mary, July 12, 1715. 
Peggy, -w. Jonathan, bled at the lungs, July 30, 1824. c. R. 3. 
Peter, s. Benjamin, Oct. 30, 1772, a. 19 y. c. r. 3. 
Polly, w. W[illia]m, very suddenly in a fit, June 20, 1824. 

C. R. 3. 

Rachel, d. Samuel and Aigail, Jan. 25, 1718-19, a. abt. 10 y. 
Rachel, wid. Josiah, supposed of a fit, Oct. 3, 1774, a. 84 y. 

c. R. 3. 
Rachel, d. Samuel and Sally (Wilcome), Dec. 23, 1824. [Dec. 

24. a. 3 y. c. R. 3.] 
Rebecca, July 26, 1849, a. 42 y. g. R. 2. 
Ruth, w. James, Aug. 18, 1711, in her 21st y. 
Ruth, d. tohn and Marv, Mav 6, 1718, a, abt. 15 d, 
Sally, d. Caleb and Abiah (Saville), May 9, 1801. p. r. 559. 
Sally, wid., Solomon. Mav 27, 1818. c. r. 3. 
Sally, d. George and Sally, 2d w., June 26, 1829. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 95 

Lane, Sally, wid. William S., consumption, Sept. 11, 1845, a. 

47 y. 7 m. 1 d. 
Sally H., Mar. 21, 1847, a. 20 y. 2 m. 11 d. G. R. 3. 
Sally W. (Harrden), w. Samuel, at Chelsea, Oct. 25, 1846. 

"p. R. 443. 
Samuel, Dec. 30, 1724, a. above 60 y. 
Sarah Ann, d. Jonathan D. and Sally, Oct. 25, 1808. 
Solomon, Sept. 8, 1797. p. r. 555. 
Solomon, Aug. 28, 1817. c. R. 3. 
Susanna, w. Epes, Sept. 5, 1811. C. R. 3. 
Stephen, h. Anna (Haskell), drowned with Capt. Jonathan 

Dennison, at Scituate, Dec. 28, 1774. 
Theodore, s. Theodore and Clarissa, Mar. 26, 1836. A. and C. 

[bur. Mar. 18, a, 2 y. 6 m. c. R. 6.] 
Theresa Burnham, d. Samuel and Sally (Wilcome), July 30, 

1820. [July 31. C. R. 3.] 
Thomas, s. Benjamin and Elisabeth, Sept. 10, 1726, a. 5 d. 
Thomas, m., mariner, b. Cape Cod, drowned at sea, Oct. 6 

[1849. in pencil.] a. 26 y. 
William, s. William and Deborah, lost at sea in a storm. May 

— , 1778, a, 17 y. c. r. 3. 
W[illia]m S., h. Sally, lost at Sea, Apr. 24, 1837. 
William H., s. William and Sally (Pool), May 29, 1839, a. 

1 y. 7 m. 10 d. p. r. 570. 
William, s. William and Margaret, consumption, Jan. 13, 1849, 

a. 2 y. 
William, s. William and Lydia, in France, a. 18 y. 
William' H., s. William and Sally (Pool), May 29, 1839, a. 

1 y. 7 m. 10 d. p. r. 570. 
William Pets, May 9, 1798. p. r. 555. 
Wintworth [Riggs. G. R. 2.], Aug. — , 1809, a. 42 y. c. R. 3. 

[Aug. 6. G. R. 2.] 
Zaccheus, h. Rebecca, May 2, 1819. [a. 48 y. G. R. 2.] 
Zacheus, a. singular disorder, bur. May 4, 1820. c. R. 3. 

, d. Solomon, Sept. 12, 1805, a. 4 or 5 y. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Capt. Gideon, Nov. 8, 1805. c. R. 3. 

[Mary. p. r. 137.], ch. Joseph [and Elizabeth, p. r. 

137.], Dec. — , 1805. c. r. 3. 

, s. George and Sally (Goss), July 31, 1806. p. r. 567. 

, inf. ch. David, jr., Oct. 3, 1806. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Jona[than], Oct. 27, 1808. c. R. 1. 

-[s. p. R. 564.], inf. ch. David [and Abigail, p. r, 564.], 



jr. Sept. — , 1809. c. r. 3. [Sept. 21. p. R. 564.] 



196 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Lane, , twin s. David and Abigail, Aug. 8, 1810. p. r. 

564. 

, ch. David, jr., Mar. 7, 1811. c. R. 3. 

, twin s. David and Abigail, Apr. 15, 1811, P. R. 564. 

, ch. David, jr. Apr. 7, 1811, a. abt. 8 m. c. R. 3. 

[S. p. R. 569.], inf. ch. W[illia]m [and Polly, p. R. 

569.], Dec. 22, 1811. c. r. 3. 

, ch. Jonathan, — , 1812. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Jonathan, bur. Apr. 28, 1815. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Jonathan, Nov. — , 1816. c. R. 3. 

, s. George and Sally, July 17, 1820. p. r. 567. 

, inf. ch. David, jr., Aug. — , 1821. c. r. 3. [Aug. 24. 

p. r. 564.] 
, ch. Epes and Sally Humphreys (Woodbury), Mar. 

— , 1825. p. R. 561. 

, inf. ch. Capt. Gideon, bur. Oct. 19, 1828. c. R. 3. 

• , ch. Charles, May 16, 1829. c. r. 3. 

, s. George and Eliza (Tarr), Aug. 24, 1829. p. r. 581. 

, s. George and Delia Sawyer (Rowe), Nov. 3, 1831. 

p. R. 581. 

, inf. ch. Capt. Gideon, Mar. 28, 1832. c. R. 3. 

• , inf. ch. T., bur. June 27, 1836. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Mr. , , 1838. c. R. 1. 

, inf. ch. David, bur. May 26, 1844. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Cyrus and Sarah, Aug. 15, 1844, a. 7 d. 

, b. Rockport, s. Esther, fits, Apr. 20, 1847, a. 2 m. 



21 d. 

LANG, Charles, in the W. Indies, received notice, Apr. 4, 

1819. c. R. 6. 
Charles, bur. May 5, 1824, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 
Delia, b. Georgetovm, d. David and Sarah C, typhus fever. 

May 7, 1846, a. 3 y. 2 m. 5 d. 
Elizabeth, wid., bur. Sept. 14, 1834, a. 64 y. c. R. 6. 

LANGDON, Mary, wid., Jan. 6, 1818, a. 90 y. c. r. 1. [a. 91 

y. G. R. 5.] 

LANGFORD (see also Langsford), Martha [of Annisquam 
c. R. 6.], at the poorhouse, Nov. 12, 1832, a. 78 y. [a. 
80 y. c. R. 6.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 197 

LANGSFORD (see also Lancksford, Langford, Lanksford), 
Abigail, w. Andrew, July 16, 1828, a. 26 y. G. R. 3. 

Charles, July 7, 1838, a. 41 y. 3 m. g. R. 14. 

Eliza, w. Andrew, formerly w. Daniel Sargant, d. W. and S. 
Sargant, Dec. 14, 1834, a. 31 y. G. R. 3. 

Hannah, w. John, Aug. 8, 1826. c. R. 3. [Aug. 7. 69 y. G. R. 3.] 

John jr., drowned, Oct. 14, 1823. P. R. 587. 

John, Dec. 12, 1827, a. 80 y. c. R. 3. [a. 81 y. G. R. 3.] 

Mary [(Rowe), p. r. 587.], wid. Richard, consumption and 
dropsy, Aug. 7, 1774, a. 83 y. C. R. 3. 

LANKSFORD (see also Langsford), , inf. ch. Charles, 

Oct. — , 1821. c. R. 3. 
, inf. ch. Charles, Oct. 9, 1822, a. 14 d. C. R. 3. 

LARABEE, Sylvinia, Mrs., Aug. — , 1838. c. R. 10. 

LAROQUE, Clara F., d. Henry and Elisabeth, consvmiption, 

Apr. 16, 1847, a. 4 y. 
Eliza, d. Benj[amin], bur. July 2, 1819, a. 6 y. c. R. 6. 
Eliza, d. Benjamin and Lydia, July 2, 1821. 
Henry, m., mariner, s. Benja[min] and Lydia, consumption, 

Aug. 31, 1847, a. 37 y. 9 m. 1 d. 
John Lancy, s. Henry and Elisabeth, June 24, 1839. 
Mary F., d. Benja[min] and Mary, consumption, Apr. 4, 1848, 

a. 4 m. 4 d. [1847. dup.] 
Mary F., b. Boston, d. Henry and Elisabeth, consumption, Apr. 

16, 1848, a. 4 m. 
a, inf. ch. Benja[min], Mar. 4, 1811. c. R. 1. 

LARRICK, , inf. ch. Benjamin, bur. Feb. 2, 1814. c. R. 

6. 

LAWRENCE, William, m., mariner, b. England, asthma, May 
12, 1849, a. 43 y. 2 m. 12 d. 

LEACH, Eunice, a chronic disorder, Mar. 1, 1772. c. R. 2. 

Samuel, upon his passage from Bilboa, smallpox, , 1777, 

a. abt. 25 y. c. r. 3. 
Sarah, fever, Apr. — , 1776. c. r. 2. 

LEE, Elenor, w. Robert, . [after 1752?] 

Eliza Ann, d. Thomas A. and Eliza, June — , 1828. 

Judith, at the poorhouse, July 30, 1833, a. 82 y. i, 



198 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Lee, Mary Geering, d. Thomas A. and Eliza, May 23, 1832. 

Samuel, June 8, 1721, a, abt. 33 y. 

Thomas, of Eastern Point, drowned 14 days before found, bur. 

Feb. 19, 1812. c. R. 6. 
Winthrop, h. Abigail, Aug. 17, 1814. 

LEIGHTON (see also Laighton), Benjamin, s. Andrew and 
Ann Maria, consumption. May 24, 1848, a. 8 m. 24 d. 

Dolly, at the poorhouse, Sept. 4, 1830, a. 87 y. 

Esther [w. Capt. Samuel, g. r. 1.], Aug. 16, 1833. c. R. 10. 
[Aug. 6, a. 74 y. G. r. 1.] 

Patience, w. Capt. Samuel, Apr. 8, 1777, in her 43d y. g. r. 1. 

Samuel, s. Tobias and Betsy, July IS, 1812. 

Samuel, s. Tobias and Betsy, Jan. 15, 1815. 

Tobias, s. Tobias and Betsy, drowned, Apr. 18, 1838. 

William, Feb. 3, 1762. p. r. 422. 

LEONARD, Ezra, Rev. pastor of Universalist church, lung 

fever, Apr. 22, 1832, in his 58th y. c. R. 3. [a. 57 y. 7 m. 

G. R. 2.] 
John McCoy, s. James McCoy and Susan, Dec. — , 1842. 
Warren Augustus, s. [Rev. c. r. 3.], Ezra and Nancy, at 

Philadelphia, July 10, 1825. [a. 13 y. 11 m. 21 d. c. R. 

3 ; a. 14 y. g. r. 2.] 
William, bur. Jan. 31, 1829, a. 28 y. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Will[ia]m, Nov. 3, 1805. c. r. 1. 

, wid., bur. Dec. 11, 1825. c. R. 6. 

LERVY (see also Lurvey), Jacob, bur. Nov. 23, 1813. c. r. 6. 
John, aged, at the workhouse, bur. Aug. 8, 1812. c. r. 6. 

LIBBEY, William C, s. Amasa and Mary (Chard), Sept. 6, 
1829. p. R. 578. 

LINCOLN, Ebed, Jan. 4, 1817, a. 69 y. c. r. 1. [Jan. 24. g. r. 

1.] 
Lydia, wid. Eben. Mar. 10, 1825, a. 60 y. G. r. 1. 
P., Rev., consumption, at Hingham, June 20, 1811, a. 34 y. 

c. R. 1. 
Richard [consumption c. r. 6.], June 10, 1804, a. 44 y. 

G. R. 1. 

LISK, Caroline, d. George and Pamela, croup, Nov. 5, 1843, 
a. 3 d. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 1 99 

LiSK, Tammy Pew, d. George and Pamela, croup, Sept. 2, 
1845, a. 19 d. 

LITTLE, Deborah, w. Samuel of Boston, consumption, Apr. 
21, 1776, a. 31 y. c. r. 3. 

LITTLEHALE, Isaac, s. Joseph, Dec. 11, 1733, a. abt. 1 m. 
Lydia, d. Joseph and Elizabeth [after Nov. 27, 1754?] 
Richard, Capt., Oct. 27, 1805, a. 49 y. g. r. 1. 
Sarah, wid. Capt. Richard, Sept. 27, 1822, a. 77 y. g. r. 1. 

, eh. , bur. June 13, 1756. 

, ch. Mr. , Sept. — , 1775. c. r. 2. 

LLOYD, John, m., ropemaker, Feb. 1, 1839, a. 49 y. [a. 48 y. 

c. R. 6.] 
Sally, w. Samuel, bur. Jan. 7, 1840. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. , bur. Nov. 6, 1812. c. R. 6. 

, d. John, bur. Apr. 5, 1824, a. 9 m. c. R. 6. 

, inf. s. Samuel, bur. Feb. 22, 1825. c. R. 6. 

, s. Samuel, bur. June 2, 1836, a. 2 w. c. r. 6. 

LOCKE, Martha, w. Joseph, Nov. 17, 1796, a. 23 y. 6 m. 

G. R. 1. 
Martha, d. Joseph and Martha, deceased, Jan. 22, 1797, a. 8 

m. G. R. 1. 

LOFFKIN (see also Lufkin), Susanna, d. Ebenezer and Sarah, 
Aug. 7, 1720, a. abt. 14 y. 

LOGAN, John, Dec. 17, 1804, in his 62d y. g. r. 1. 
Susanna, w. David, of Boston, Apr. 4, 1789, in her 81st y. 
G. R. 1. 

LONG, , w. , bur. Jan. 8, 1831. c. r. 6. 

LORD, Lucy, at the poorhouse. May 17, 1836, a. 66 y. 

LORING, Charles H., May 5, 1836. p. r. 833. 

Francis W., ch. Francis M. and Eliza B., , 1835. G. R. 

5. 

Harriet A., d. — , 1838, , g. r. 5. 

Harriet E., Mar. 18, 1824, a. 12 y. p. r. 833. 
Josephine A., Mar, 6, 1844. a. 7 m. g. r. 5. 



200 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

LoRiNG, Josephine Adelaide, d. Francis and Eliza, canker on 

the bowels, Sept. 21, 1845, a. 6 m. 15 d. 
Winslow F., d. — , 1838. . g. r. 5. 

LOUFKIN (see also Lufkin), Abraham, s. twin, Thomas and 

Mary, Feb. 20, 1677. 
Isaac, s. twin, Thomas and Mary, Feb. 20, 1677. 

LOURICK, J., bur. Jan. 31, 1831. c. r. 6. 

LOUVY (see also Lurvey), Samuell, s. Jacob and Saruh, July 
2, 1733. 

LOVEJOY, , Mr., from the West Indies, bur. June 15, 

1812. c. R. 6. 

LOVEKIN (see also Lufkin), Mary, Nov. 21, 1690. 
Thomas, sr., Nov. 3, 1708. 

LOVKIN (see also Lufkin), Ann, Jan. — , 1844, c. R. 8. 
John, s. Thomas, jr., Nov. 24, 1690. 

LOW (see also Lowe), Abigail, w. Jonathan, Jan. 5, 1818, a. 

62 y. G. R. 5. 
Abigail, June 15, 1835. p. r. 278. 
Ann P. [rentiss p. r. 611 ; d. David and Lucy g. R. L], Feb. — , 

1843, c. R. 9. [Feb. 21. a. 25 y. g. r. 1.] 
Anna, d. John and Mary, Dec, 27, 1741. 
Charles, June 20, 1809, a. 22 y. g. R. 1. 
Charles, s. John and Lucy (Rogers), June 10, 1810. a. 23 y. 

p. R. 610. 
Cornelius, s. Nath[anie]l and Eliz[abe]th (Fellows), . 

[Sept. 7, 1767, a, 4 m, 1 d. g, r. L] 
Daniel R[ogers. p. r, 611,], s, David and Elizabeth [(Rogers), 

p. R. 611.], at Porto Rico, Dec, 4, 1821, g. r. 1. 
Daniel Warner, bur. Sept. 4, 1833, a, 35 y, C. R. 6, 
David, of Essex, h. Hannah (Haskell), at see, July 12, 1797. 

a. 43 y. p, r. 609. 
David, jr,, s, David and Elizabeth, [(Rogers), p, r. 611.], d. 

at Havre, France, Dec. 2, 1829, G. R. 1. 
David, s. John, jr, and Sarah (Gee), . [Mar. 28, 1840. 

G. R, 1,] 

Deborah, d, Symonds and Deborah, Apr. — , 1727, a. abt. 3 m. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 20I 

low, Dorcas, w. William, Sept. 27, 1766, in her 35th y. 

Edward, b. Feb. 6, 1791, d. Aug. 24, 1821. G. R. 1. 

Edward, s. John and Lucy (Rogers), Aug. 24, 1821, a. 30 y. 

p. R. 610. 
Elisabeth [Rogers, g. r. 1.], w. David [d. Daniel and Eliza, 

G. R. 1.], Feb. 23, 1810. 
Elisabeth, w. Nathaniel, . [Aug. 11, 1770, in her 31st 

y. G. R. 1.] 
Eliza, d. David and Eliza [beth (Rogers), p. R. 611.], Mar. 

20, 1794, a. 3 y. 8 m. 22 d. G. r. 1. 
Eliza, d. David and Elizabeth (Rogers), Oct. 21, 1796. p. r. 

611. 
Elizabeth, d. Nathaniel and Elizabeth, Dec. 15, 1765, a. 5 y. 

2 m. 19 d. G. R. 1. 
Eliz[abe]th, consumption, Feb. 23, 1810, a. 46 y. c. R. 1. 
Elizabeth, w. John, bur. Apr. 21, 1829, a. 64 y. c. r. 6. 
Francis, of Manchester, bur. Aug. 3, 1838, a. 90 y. c. R. 6. 
George Rogers, s. John and Lucy (Rogers), drowned, Oct. 

15, 1801. a. 18 y. p. r. 610. 
Isaac, s. Capt. David and Elisabeth [(Rogers), p. r. 611.], 

Sept. 12, 1788. [a. 12 d. G. r. 1.] 
Isaac, s. John and Lucy (Rogers), Feb. 10, 1821. a. 32 y. 

p. r. 610. 
Isaac, Feb. 25, 1824, a. 35 y. G. R. 1. 
John, Esq., suddenly, Nov. 3, 1796, a. 68 y. g. r. 1. 
John [Merchant, g. r. 1.], Feb. 10, 1801. [in his 48th y. g. r. 

1.] 
John [s. John and Lucy (Rogers), p. r, 610.], June 1, 1803, 

a. 21 y. G. R. 1. 
John, s. Francis, of Manchester, bursting of a gun shattered 

his head, bur. July 19, 1832, a. 23 y. C. R. 6. 
John G., s. David and Elizabeth [(Rogers), p. r. 611.], per- 
ished in Steamer Lexington, June 13, 1840. G. R. 1 ; [a. 

43 y. 22 d. p. r. 611.] 
John S. [s. Capt. Fredrick, c. r. 6.], d. — , 1830. g. r. 5. [bur. 

Dec. 1. a. 3 y. 4 m. c. r. 6.] 
Jonathan, dysentery, Aug. 6, 1786, a. abt. 23 y. c. r. 2. 
Jonathan, Feb. 22, 1815, a. 56 y. g. r. 5. 
Joseph, s. John and Mary, Dec. 17, 1729, a. 7 w. 

Joshua Gee, s. John, jr. and Sarah, . [after 1760?] 

Joshua Gee, h. Lydia, "summer of 1799." 

Lucinda, w. David, d. John and Anna Davis Pool, Dec. 1, 

1842. a. 38 y. p. r. 770. 



202 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Low, Lucy, w. John, jr. [d. Daniel Rogers Esq.], Feb. 7, 1793, 

a, 32 y. [in her 33d y. G. R. 1.] 
Lucy, d. John and Lucy (Rogers), Oct. 7, 1845, a. 65 y. p. r. 

610. 
Mary, d. Nathaniel and Abigail, Sept. 23, 1724. 
Mary, w. Dea. John, May 3, 1748, in her 41st y. G. R. 1. 
Mary, d. John, Esq., and Sarah, Oct. 5, 1775, a. 18 y, G. R. 1. 
Mary, d. William and Mary (Gee), Nov. 10, 1805. p. r. 370. 
Mary, d. — , 1831. G. R. 7. 
Moses Allen, s. David and Elisabeth [(Rogers), Jan. 13, 1804. 

p. R. 611.] 
Sarah, w. Symonds, Aug. 6, 1724, a. 27 y. 
Sarah, w. John, Esq., Oct. 7, 1775, a. 49 y. g. r. 1. 
Solomon Gorham, s. John and Lucy (Rogers), Dec. 30, 1822. 

a. 30 y. p. r. 610. 
S^^nonds, June 9, 1767, in his 49th y. g. R. 1. 
Thomas, Feb. 8, 1697-8. 

Thomas, s. Symonds and Sarah, Oct. 8, 1720, a. 1 m. 
William, yeoman, dropsy, Apr. 7, 1849, a. 69 y. 
William [jr. p. r. 370.], d. — , 1849. g. r. 7. [Apr. 7. p. r. 

370.] 
, s. twin, David and Elizabeth (Rogers), Aug. 28, 1797. 

p. R. 611. 

, inf. d. James L., bur. Oct. 4, 1820. c. r. 6. 

, s. Carter and Ellen, dysentery, Sept. 8, 1845, a. 1 m. 



LOWE (see also Low), Alphonso, s. Alphonso and N. Oakes, 

consumption, Oct. 9, 1844, a. 5 m. 10 d. 
Ebeneser old age. Mar. 30, 1849, c. R. 5. 
Galba, ch, John, jr. and Mercy [(Turner), p. r. 608.], July 

8, 1826. 
John, widr., merchant, old age, Oct. 30, 1845, a. 85 y. 3 m. 

7 d. 
Lucy, spinster, cancer, Oct. 7, 1845, a. 65 y. 3 m. 
Maria, d. wid. Lidia, consumption, bur. Mar. — , 1809, a. 17 

y. c. r. 6. 
Maria (Pool), w. Eben, Mar. 18, 1838. p. r. 614. 
Mary, consumption, Dec. 24, 1807, a. 46 y. c. R. 1. 
Susannah, palsey and old age. Mar. 24, 1848. c. R. 5. 

LUFFKIN (see also Lufkin), , w. Samuel, bur. June 23, 

1829. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATKS 203 

LUFKIN (see also Lofifkin, Lbufkin, Lovekin, Lovkin, Luff- 
kin), Aaron, at the poorhouse, June — , 1842, a. 78 y. 
[bur. June 4, a. 73 y. c. R. 6.] 

Albert, s. [twin. G. R. 1.], Sani[ue]l, jr., and Elizabeth, dropsy 
on the brain. May 15, 1849, a. 9 m. 22 d, [May 14. g. r. 

1.] 

Albert Fernando, s. David and Loisa, Oct. 2, 1844, a. 2 m. 
Alfred, s. [twin G. R. 1.], Sam[ue]l, jr., and Elizabeth, dys- 
entery, Sept. 4, 1849, a. 1 y. 1 m. 12 d. [Sept. 2, a. 13 m. 

5 d. G. R. 1.] 
Ann, w. Elisha, consumption, Nov. 5, 1843, a. 18 y. 6 m. 5 d. 
Avery, s. Daniel and Harriet, dysentery, Nov. 17, 1849, a. 11 

m. 1 d. 
Caleb, Jan. 29, 1776. c. r. 2. 
Charles, unm., fisherman, s. Thomas, smallpox, Mar. 1, 1846, 

a. 22 y. 
Charles H., s. Charles and Mary, scarlet fever, June 13, 1849, 

a. 1 y. 9 m. 10 d. 
Christopher, s. Christopher and Sally, Mar. 9, 1837. 
Daniel, May 6, 1779. c. r. 2. 
Elisha [h. Emiline T. (Oakes), p. r. 621.], mariner, s. Moses 

and Mary, sailed on the schooner Canton, supposed to have 

been drowned on .George's Bank in the gale, Nov. 25, 

1846, a. 27 y. 9 m. 22 d. 
Francis A., s. David, jr. and Eliza, consumption, Oct. 5, 1848, 

a. 1 y. 2 m. 23 d. 
George, unm., fisherman, s. Christopher and Sarah, drowned' 

on George's Bank, Oct. 15, 1845, a. 21 y. 5 m. 8 d. 
George, at sea, Feb. 11, 1846, a. 21 y. 4 m. g. r. 5. 
Henery, Mar. 13, 1724-5, a. abt. 40 y. 
James, s. Moses, jr. and Polly, Oct. 22, 1828. 
John, s. Moses, jr. and Polly, Sept. — , 1825. 
John Francis, s. David and Loisa, Oct. 1, 1836. 
Joseph, Nov. 12, 1730, a. abt. 56 y. 
Judith, w, Samuel, June — , 1830. 
Judith, wid. Thomas, Oct. 2, 1842, a. 83 y. g. r. 6. 
Lemuel, s. Thomas, jr. Sept. — , 1797, a. abt. 11 y. c. r. 2. 
Levi, smallpox, Nov. 1809, a. abt. 25 y. c. r. 2. 
Levi, jr., m., blacksmith, s. Levi and Lucy, brain fever, Mar. 

15, 1848, a. 37 y. 1 m. 22 d. 
Lucinda Grover, d. Moses, jr. and Polly, July — , 1842. [bur. 

July 8. a. 8 y. c. r. 6.] 



204 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

LuFKiN, Martha [Giddings g. r. 5.], b. Essex, wid. Moses, 

inflammation of the bowels, Sept. 25, 1846, a. 84 y. 7 m. 
Mary, wid. Thomas, Dec. — , 1730, a. abt, 86 y. 
Mary, consumption, Jan. 1[0], 1806, a. 25 y. c. R. 1. 
Mary, dropsy, Apr. 24, 1807, a. 48 y. c. R. 1. 
Mary Elizabeth, d. Zebulon and Mary (Norwood), Feb. 16, 

1839. P. R. 628. 
Michael, Oct. 13, 1843, a. 51 y. G. r. 6. 
Moses, m., yeoman, b. Ipswich, s, Moses and Sarah, old age, 

[a soldier throughout the Revolution g. r. 5.], June 7, 

1846, a. 90 y. 
Moses, s. Moses, jr. and Eliza, croup, July 22, 1849, a. 2 y. 

7 m. 9 d. 
Nancy N., w. William [B. g. r. 5.], consimiption. May 9, 1847, 

a. 26 y. 11 m. 25 d. [May 8. a. 27 y. G. R. 5.] 
Ruth [w. Aaron, c. r. 6.], at the poorhouse, Mar. 7, 1837, a. 

63 y. 
Sally, Mar. 25, 1806, a. 25 y. c. r. 1. 
Sarah, d. Ebenezer [and Sarah, g. r. 4.], July 21, 1736, a. 

abt. 27 y. [in her 28th y. g. r. 4.] 
Susan Eliza, d. Moses, jr. and Polly, Dec. — , 1819. 
Susannah, d. Ebenezer, Aug. 17, 1720, in her 14th y. G. r. 4. 
Thomas, Feb. 16, 1842, a. 88 y. g. R. 6. 
Tristram, drowned near the bar of Chebacco River, Oct. 1, 

1784, a. 16 y. c. r. 2. 

, wid. , Nov. — , 1779. c. r. 2. 

, inf. ch. Thomas, Oct. — , 1798. c. r. 2. 

 , ch. , burned, Dec. 16, 1816, a. 2 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Moses, Oct. 2, 1826. c. r, 1. 

Capt., suddenly, Sept. 28, 1827, a. 75 y. c. R. 1. 

, s. David, bur. Oct. 2, 1836, a. 7 m. c. r. 6. 

, d. Christopher, bur. Mar. 10, 1837, a. 6 m. c. R. 6. 

, d. stillborn, David and Loisa, Sept. 16, 1843 [bur. 

Sept. 11. c. R. 6.] 
, inf. ch. David, bur. Oct. 2, 1844. c. R, 6. 



LURVEY (see also Lervy, Louvy, Lurvy), Benjamin, s. Eben- 
ezer and Mary, . [after 1747?] 

David, jr., Nov. 2, 1825, a. 17 or 18 y. c. R. 3. 

Eliezer, s. Eliezer and Sarah (Pool), Sept. 16, 1752. 

Evalina, d. Joseph, bur. Mar. 24, 1834 [1835?], a. 22 m. 
c. R. 6. 

Hannah, Jan. 9, 1822. c. R. 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 205 

LuRVEY, Hannah, w. David, . [bef. 1828?] 

James, s. Jacob and Sarah, May 1, 1746. 

James, s. Jacob and Sarah, Nov. 26, 1752. 

James D,, mariner, s. Joseph and Susan, bilious fever, bur. 

at Cayenne, June 18, 1844, a. 28 y. 4 m. 7 d. 
John, at the workhouse, Aug. 8, 1812. 
Love, May 28, 1709. 

Lydia (Smith), w. William, June 29, 1839. a. 59 y. p. R. 622. 
Peter, June 18, 1721, a. abt. 44 y. 
Sarah, d. Eliezer and Sarah (Pool), July 30, 1743. 

, ch. Abram, — , 1812. c. r. 3. 

, inf. ch. twin, David, — , 1823. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. David, — , 1823. c. R. 3. 

, ch. David, Nov. 20, 1827, a. 2 y. c. R. 3. 

LURVY (see also Lurvey), Eliezer, June — , 1790. c. R. 5. 

McCAULY, Thomas, resident, late from Vermont, bur. May 
13, 1839. c. R. 6. 

McENTIRE (see also Mclntire), , inf. ch. Nath[anie]l, 

Sept. 8, 1806. c. r. 1. 

MacENTIRE (see also Mclntire), , ch. , bur. 

Feb. 14, 1813. c. r. 6. 

McFEDERICK, , ch. Neal and Jerusha, July 14, 1737. 

Jerusha, w. Neal, July 18, 1737. 

McINTIRE (see also MacEntire, McEntire), Amy E., d. 

George and Maria, typhus fever, May 15, 1847, a. 8 y. 

7 m. 3 d. 
Edwin, s. Timothy and Clementine, Aug. 12, 1843. 
Emma, d. George and Maria, dysentery, Sept. 27, 1848, a. 1 

y. 8 m. 2 d. 

, ch. George, bur. Nov. 1, 1833, a. 5 w. c. R. 6. 

, s. Timothy and C, jaundice, Oct. 18, 1844, a. 2 m. 

14 d. 
, s. stillborn, George and Maria, Nov. 2, 1848. 



McINTOSH, Hannah, at the workhouse, Sept. 9, 1817, a. 38 y. 
Sally, d. [James, c. R. 6.], Hannah, deceased, at the work- 
house, Jan. 30, 1818, a. 3 y. 



/ 



206 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

McKAINE (see also McKean), John, s. John and Hannah 
(Eveleth), . [after 1752?] 

McKEAN (see also McKaine), Hannah, wid., July 23, 1791, 
a. 71 y. G. R. 1. 

McKENEN, John Mulken, s. John and Sophulic, dropsy in 
the head, bur, at Boston, d. May 24, 1847, a. 1 y. 5 m. 
25 d. 

McKENZIE, Margaret, d. Alexander and Mary E., canker on 
the bowels, Aug, 19, 1847, a, 2 y. 1 m. 12 d. 

Norman, widr., laborer, b. Nova Scotia, Apr. 30, 1846, a. 88 
y. 1 m. 3 d, 

McLEAN, Jaen, Mrs., of Scotland, May 28, 1827, a. 60 y. 
c. R. 1. 

MADDIX (see also Maddox, Meddix), David, bur. Mar. 17, 

1824, a. 24 y. c. R. 6. 
John, of Eastern Point, bur. Nov. 26, 1825, c. r. 6. 
Nathanael, s. Nathanael, bur. Mar. 22, 1827, a. 3 m. c. R. 6. 
, s. William, bur. June 12, 1832, a. 7 m. c. r. 6. 

MADDOX (see also Maddix), John, drowned from the Brig 
Rebecca Ann cast ashore on Master Mores Beach, Mar. 
30, 1823. G. R. 1, 

MAINS, Henry, Dec. 3, 1724, a. above 50 y. 

MANNING (see also Mannings), John, Dr., of Rockport, bur. 

Nov. 6, 1841, a. 80 y. c. r. 6. 
Lucy, d. John and Hannah, Sept. 26, 1796. 
Lucy, d. John and Hannah, May 16, 1798. 
Lydia Pearson, w. Rich. d. Enoch and Eunice (Choate), Sept. 

12, 1809. p. R. 755. 

* 

MANNINGS (see also Manning), Sarah, Mar. 3, 1701-2, 

MANSFIELD, Anna, d. James and Sukey [Susan (Murphy), 
p. R. 639.], Jan. 6. 1795. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 207 

Mansfield, Harvey M. [C. c. r. 1.], s. Alfred and Abigail, 
cholera morbus, Sept. 21, 1847, a. 7 y. 5 ni. 13 d. [a. 
7 y. 8 m. c. R. 1.] 

James, h. Sukey. . [Susan (Murphy), s. John and Sarah 

(Cheever), , 1842. p. r. 639!] 

James, s. James and Frances, Jan. 21, 1842, a. 3 y. c. R. 1. 

James, s. Alfred and Abigail Somes (Davis), Oct. 12, . 

p. R. 637. 

James, s. Alfred and Abigail, lung fever, Dec. 11, 1845, a. 
1 y. 2 m. [Dec. 15. g. r. 5.] 

Susan, d. James and Sukey [Susan (Murphy), p. r. 639. con- 
sumption, c. R. 6.], Mar. 20, 1829. [Mar. 19. a. 24 y, 
c. R. 1.] 

MARBLE, Charles, s. Deborah, in the W. Indies, received 

notice, Nov. 11, 1821. c. R. 6. 
David, bur. Jan. 15, 1819, a. 20 y. c. R. 6. 
Martha Parsons, w. Benjamin, bur. May 15, 1827, a. 31 y. 

c. R. 6. 

MARCHANT (see also Merchant), Eben, s. Caleb and Mary, 

June 11, 1845. G. R. 3. 
Emeline, d. Simeon, bur. June 15, 1842, a. 5 m. c. R. 6, 
Emma Clifford, d. Addison and Catharine, Nov. 6, 1840. [Nov. 

10 a. 10 m. G. R. 5.] 
Emma Clifford, d. Addison and Catharine, dysentery, Oct. 3, 

1846, a. 1 y. 7 m. 10 d. [Sept. 29. g. r. 5.] 
Jabez, Jan. 9, 1829, a. nearly 80 y. c. R. 3. 
John, Mar. 9, 1823. c. R. 3. [a. 30 y. 7 m. 20 d. g. r. 2.] 
Judith, d. Daniel, Apr. 3, 1772, a. 14 y. c. R. 3, 
Mary Beal, d. Jabez and Rebacker, July 1, 1787, p. R. 646. 
Mary Jane, consumption, May 3, 1842, c. R. 5. 
Thomas, s. Jabez and Beulah C. (Parsons), Jan. 6, 1841. 

p. R. 642. 
Thomas, Apr. 22, 1841, a. 26 y. G. R. 5. 
William, bur. Sept. 18, 1823. c. R. 6. 

, s. Jabez and Rebacker, Apr. 9, , p. r, 646. 

, inf. ch. Nath[anie]l, Feb. 1, 1807. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Caleb, bur. June 12, 1826. c. R. 3. 

[John jr. G. R. 2.], ch. John, deceased, July 23, 1826. 

c. R. 3. [July 26. a. 3 y. 5 m. 22 d. G. r. 2.] 

[ , inf. ch. Thomas, Apr. 22, 1841. g. r. 5.?] 

, s. stillborn, James R. and Mary A., July 6, 1849. 



208 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

MARCHENT (see also Merchant), Benjamin W., s. Epes and 
Sally R[owe (Thomas), Apr. 17, 1831. p. r. 644.] 

Epes, s, Samuel and Sally, July 13, 1840. 

John, s. Horatio and Abigail, dysentery, Sept. 2, 1845, a. 10 
m. 15 d. 

Julia Babbit, d. Henry and Nancy, Oct. 16, 1832. 

Laura Josephine, d. Gorham and Emily [A. Burnham. in pen- 
cil.], dysentery, Sept. 23, 1846, a. 1 y. 4 m. 8 d. 

, d. Charles, consumption, bur. at Rockport, d. May 

27, 1846, a. 10 d. 

, s. James and Mary, June 8, 1848, a. 1 d. 



MAREAU, Joseph, at the workhouse, Feb. 12, 1823, a. 53 y. 

MARINER (see also Marriner), Rachel, wid., Oct. 24, 1723, 
a. abt. 76 y. 

MARRINER (see also Mariner), John, Dec. 21, 1717, a. abt. 

73 y. 
Sarah, w. John, Aug. 26, 1724, a. 41 y. 

MARS, Cecilia Elizabeth, d. Chester and Cecilia [Eliza W. 

(Green), p. r. 378.], Jan. 1, 1836. 
Chester P[arker. p. r. 378.], s. Chester and Cecilia [Eliza W. 

(Green), p. r. 378.], Oct. 10, 1836. [a. a few d. c. R. 6.] 
Helen Maria, d. Chester and Elisabeth [W. (Green), p. R. 

378.], erysipelas, Apr. 30, 1845, a. 8 m. 2 d. 

MARSH, Ephriam, sr., Feb. 19, 1847. a. 79 y. p. r. 833. 
Ephraim, b. Boston, s. George and Nancy, accidentially shot, 

June 9, 1847, a. 9 y. 9 m. 3 d. 
Josephene, d. Edward and Rebecker, Oct. 9, 1849, a. 3 y. 

G. R. 16. 
Sarah, at the poorhouse, Oct. 26, 1836, a. 82 y. 
Sarah J., d. Edward and Rebecker, Oct. 5, 1849, a. 5 y. 4 

m. G. R. 16. 

MARSHALL, Anna Baker (Oakes), w, Benjamin Soper, — , 

1832. p. R. 6. 
Anna (Rowe), w. Benjamin Soper, — , 1814. p. r. 652. 
Benjamin, s. Benjamin Soper and Anna (Rowe), Oct. 21, 

1802. p. R. 652. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 2O9 

Marshall, Benjamin, s. Benjamin Soper and Anna (Rowe), 

Sept. 8, 1805. P. R. 652. 
Benjamin Soper, h. Anna Baker (Oakes), — , 1808. p. r. 6. 
Daniel, h. Eliza [after 1831?] 
Daniel jr., s. Daniel and Eliza, July 16, 1833. 
Jane, d. Benjamin Soper and Anna (Rowe), Nov. 8, 1808. 

p. R. 652. 
Jane (Mrs. T. Griffen in different ink), June 20, 1838. c. R. 5. 
John, at the poorhouse, May 29, 1830, a, 54 y. 
John, bur. July 18, 1833, a. 28 y. c. R. 6. 

Joseph, in the W. Indies, bur. Mar. — , 1819, a. 22 y. c. R. 6. 
Josiah, s. Benjamin Soper and Anna Baker (Oakes), Oct. 

, a. 20 m. p. R. 6. 

Lydia, consumption, Nov. — , 1825, a. 43 y. c. R. 1, 

Mary, d. Daniel Oakes and Mary (White), Apr. 9, 1807, a. 

11 d. p. R. 481. 
Mary, d. William, quinsy, bur, Nov. 23, 1821, a. 6 y. c. R. 6. 
Mary, consumption, Jan. 26, 1848, c. R. 5. 
Mary W., w. Moses H., Apr, 16, 1836, a. 18 y. g. r. 14. 
Robert Oakes, s. Benjamin Soper and Anna Baker (Oakes), 

Nov. 10, 1781. p. R. 6, 
Simeon, s. Simeon, in the W, Indies, received notice, Nov. 15, 

1818, a. 22 y. c. r. 6. 
Susanna, Mar. 16, 1806, a. 47 y, c. R. 1. 
Thomas Oakes, s. Benjamin Soper and Anna Baker (Oakes), 

May 11, 1793. p. r. 6. 

, s. , drowned, bur. May 1, 1809, a. 15 y. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Daniel O., of Sandy Bay, bur. Apr. 15, 1812. 

c. R. 6. 
, inf. ch. Simeon, bur. July 8, 1816. c. r. 6. 



MARSTON (see also Marstons), Benjamin, s. Benjamin I. 

[S. A. and c] and Betsey, [(Briant), p. r. 110.], Apr. 

19, 1835. 
Elizabeth, d. Benjamin I. [S. a. and c] and Betsey, [(Briant), 

p. R. 110.], Jan. 8, 1827. 
John B., mariner, s. Robert and Betsy, drowned Feb. 18, 1849, 

a. 26 y. 3 m. 29 d. 
John W., s. Charles and Ann (Herrick), Jan. — , 1833. p. r. 

487. 
Robert, s. Benjamin I. [S. A. and c] and Betsey [(Briant), 

p. R. 110.], Sept. 1, 1845. [a. 1 y. 12 d. dup.] 



2IO GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Marston, Samuel, s. John G. and Julia, scarlet fever, Nov. 

3, 1849, a. 7 m. 5 d. 
Thomas Lee, s. Charles G. and Dorcas [fever c. R. 1.], Jan. 

17, 1819. [a. 5 y. c. r. L] 

, ch. Robert G., bur. Jan. 29, 1817, a. 6 w. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch., Cha[rle]s and Amanda, fits, Feb. 23, 1847, 

a. 3 m. 3 d. 

MARSTONS (see also Marston), Charles, s. John and Judith, 

Oct. 14, 1836. 
Charles, s. John and Judith, Sept. 26, 1838. 

MARTEN (see also Martin), Jane, w. Stephen [w. James. 

G. R. 5.], heart disease, Sept. 2, 1844, a. 69 y. [Aug. 31. 

G. R. 5.] 
Marie, w. Solloman, Jan. 9, 1648. 

MARTIN (see also Marten), Margaret, d. James and Bethiah, 

Sept. 13, 1829. 
Sarah, wid., old age, Oct. 16, 1843, a. 88 y. 7 m. 

, inf. ch. James, bur. Sept. 15, 1828. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Thomas, bur. Sept. 26, 1828, a. 10 d. c. R. 6. 

MASON, Albert, s. John and Phena (Shipley), Oct. 30, 1813. 

Albert, s. Alphonso and Lucy, Oct. 25, 1821, a. 1 y. 5 m. 
p. R. 657. 

Alphonso [Sidney. G. r. 5.], passenger on the steamer Lexing- 
ton, destroyed by fire and sunk in Long Island Sound, 
Jan. 13, 1840. c. R. 1. [Dec. 25, 1839. g. r. 5.] 

Betsey, consumption, Nov. 2, 1810, a. 55 y. C. R. 1. 

Catalina, d. Alphonso and Lucy, Feb. 25, 1841. a. 13 m. p. r. 
657. 

Elisabeth, w. Joseph, Dec. — , 1810. [bur. Nov. 4. a. 50 y. 
c. R. 6.] 

Elisabeth, d. Joseph and Elisabeth, July — , 1831. 

Harriet, d. Alphonso and Lucy, Oct. 16, 1822. a. 5 y. 4 m. 
p. R. 657. 

Hope, Oct. 27, 1724, a. 17 y. 

John, s. Joseph, throat distemper, bur. Nov. 26, 1841, a. 8 
y. c. R. 6. 

Lucy, w. Alphonso, Oct. 30, 1829. [a. 32 y. 1 m. p. r. 657.] 

Lydia, w. Thomas, May 27, 1791. a. 32 y. G. R. 1. 

Mariquita B. (Dorado), w. Sidney, Sept. 14, 1835. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 211 

Mason, Phena (Shipley), w. [Maj. c. R. 6.], John, Feb. 20» 

1834. [a. 66 y. c. R. 5.] 
William, s. Joseph, throat distemper, bur. Nov. 26, 1841, a. 

4 y. c. R. 6. 
William Driscoll, s. Joseph and Susan, lost on Georges Bank, 

Apr. 24, 1837. 

MASSEH (see also Massey), Jefifery, Mar. 10, 1715-16, a. 
abt. 50 y. 

MASSEY (see also Masseh), Martha, wid., Aug. 13, 1718, a. 
abt. 62 y. 

MASTANGE (see also Mastynge), , ch. Benjamin, bur. 

Jan. 9, 1827, a. 2 w. c. R. 6. 

MASTYNGE (see also Mastange), Benjamin, s. Benjamin, 
biir. Apr. 21, 1835, a. 2 y. c. r. 6. 

MATBEY, Thomas, s. Michael and Catharine, dysentery, Sept. 
10, 1849, a. 10 m. 9 d. 

MATCHATT (see also Matchet), Mary, d. twin, John and 

Mary, May 15, 1711. 
, s. twin, stillborn, John and Mary, May 15, 1711. 

MATCHET (see also Matchatt), Martha, d. John and Mary, 
Aug. 11, 1720. 

MATHER, R. Winchester, Mrs., bur. May 29, 1812, a. 67 y. 
c. R. 6. 

MATTHEW, John, laborer, b. Ireland, typhus fever, Sept. 22, 
1847, a. 25 y. 

MAXWELL, James M., s. Millbury and Mary, lung fever, 
Dec. 22, 1849, a. 3 y. 2 m. 3 d. 

MAYO, Ezekiel, mariner, b. Eastham, s. Josiah and Ruth, ty- 
phus fever, Aug. 31, 1847, a. 22 y. 7 d. 

Sarah C. E., b. Shirley, w. Rev. A. D., abortion, July 9, 1848, 
a. 29 y. 2 m. 7d. 

—  , s. stillborn, Josiah and Lydia, June 29, 1848. 



212 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

MEAD, Abby, w. , d. David and "Sawyer" In- 

gersoll, May 25, 1838. a. and c. [a. 38 y. g. r. 5.] 
Charlotte, wid., Jan. 7, 1840. a. and c. [a. 72 y. G. R. 5.] 
Joseph, merchant, b. New Boston, July 11, 1844, a. 47 y. 
A. and c. 

MEDDIX (see also Maddix), George, s. Nathaniel and Lydia, 
Mar. — , 1827. 

MEDLAR, Jonathan, bur. Apr. 4, 1826, c. R. 6, 

MEDLEY, Jonathan, at the workhouse, July 18, 1820, a. abt. 
41 y. 

MEGEE, William Henry, s. , bur. June 29, 1841. c. R. 

6. 

MELLENS, Suzey, at the Avorkhouse, Nov. 30, 1815, a. 73 y. 

MELLIT (see also Millett), , wid. , colick, July 

19, 1773. c. R. 2. 

MERCHANT (see also Marchant, Marchent), Epes, s. Samuel 

and Sally, July 13, 1840, a. 2 y. 9 m. g. r. 5. 
Experience, wid. , May 23, 1822, a. upwards of 80 y. 

C_, K.« 0« 

Gorham, m., mariner, s. Epes and Sally [Rowe (Thomas), 
p. r. 644.], consumption, Oct. 2, 1849, a. 27 y. 8 m. 3 d. 
[a. 28 y. G. R. 5.] 

Gorham, s. Gorham and Emily [A. Burnham. in pencil.], con- 
sumption, Sept. 26, 1849, a. 1 y. 

Hannah, w. Daniel, putrid fever, May 19, 1779, a. 56 y. c. R. 
3. 

Hannah, wid. William, d. Moses and Hannah Wheeler, old 
age, Feb. 6, 1838. [a. 79 y. c. R. 6.] 

Jabez, jr., June — , 1820. c. r. 3. 

Martha, d. Ebenezer and Bethiah, Nov. — , 1720,, a. 30 d. 

Mary, wid. Jabesh, consumption, Mar. 12, 1778, a. 80 y. C. R. 
3. 

Nathanael, bur. Apr. 11, 1818. c. R. 6. 

Rebecca, w. Jabes, Jan. 20, 1816. c. r, 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 21 3 

Merchant, Rowena, d. James, jr. and Sarah F. [Frances 
R. G. R. 5.], dropsy in the head, Aug. 14, 1849, a. 2 y. 
11m. 14 d. 

Thomasin, w. Daniel, jr., consumption, Apr. 13, 1780, a. 31 
y. C. R. 3. 

William, mariner, h. Hannah (Wheeler), s. Daniel and Han- 
nah (Woodbury), bur. at Rockport, d. Oct. 15, 1802. 
A. and c. 

, inf. ch. , bur. Mar. 7, 1805. c. R. 6. 

, ch. James, bur. Jan. 27, 1817, a. a few d. C. R. 6. 

, ch. Jabez, jr., June — , 1820. c. r. 3. 

, inf. s. Henry, bur. Oct. 8, 1832. c. R. 6. 

MERRICK, , ch. , bur. Jan. 3, 1806, a. 2 y. 

C. R. 6. 



MERRILL, Josephine Augusta, d. Senter and Lydia, . 

[Nov. 23, 1822. a. 6 y. c. r. 6.] 
Susan, at the workhouse [typhus fever, c. r. 6.], Sept. 23, 1825, 

a. 40 y. [bur. Sept. 22. c. R. 6.] 

MESS, Charles Noble, s. Samuel and Susy, dropsy in head, 

Mar. 17, 1845, a. 11 m. 
Eliza Ann, d. Francis W. and Eliza Ann, dysentery, Sept. 24, 

1847, a. 1 y. 4 m. 9 d. 
Francis W., m., cooper, s. Francis and Mary, consumption, 

Nov. 5, 1847, a. 39 y. 4 m. 9d. 
Harriet, w. Francis W., Jan. 29, 1843. 
Lucinda, d. Francis W. and Harriet, Oct. 31, 1841. 
Seth, s, Francis W. and Harriet, Feb. 6, 1843. 
, ch. F., Sept. 27, 1809, a. 3 y. c. R. 1. 

MICHEL, Thomas, in captivity, — , 1781. c. R. 2. 

MILBARY (see also Milberry), William, s. William and Su- 
sana, drowned, May 13, 1730, in his 13th y. 

MILBEREY (see also Milberry), John, s. William, Apr:4: 
1727. 

MILBERRY (see also Milbary, Milberey), Ann, d. William, 

Mar. 12, 1736-7, a. abt. 2 y. 
Sarah, d. William, Mar. 17, 1737, a. abt. 7 y. 



214 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

MILLER, Abigail, d. Joseph and Charlotte B. (Hardy), Nov. 

11, 1832. p. R. 437. 
Frederick, s. Joseph and Charlotte B. (Hardy), July 2, 1834. 

p. R. 437. 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Charlotte B. (Hardy), Dec. 22, 1839. 

p. R. 437. 
, inf. ch., Mr., of K Cove, Jan. 24, 1826. c. R. 1. 

MILLET (see also Millett), Alonzo, s. Alonzo and Hannah, 

canker in bowels, Feb. 6, 1846. 
Ann, w. Nathaniel, Mar. 9, 1717-18, a. abt. 66 y. 
Benjamin, Jr., s. Benjamin and Mary, July 18, 1822. 
Benj[amin], [July 10?], 1837. c. r.. 1. 
Benjamin, mariner, s. Benja[min] and Mary, sailed on the 

schooner General Scott, drowned in the gale, Nov. 25, 

1846, a. 23 y. 10 m. 17 d. 
Elizab[eth], w. Thomas, Mar. 27, 1713. 
Elizabeth, d. Capt., bur. May 9, 1827. c. R. 6. 
Esther, wid. Charles, throat distemper, June 11, 1849, a. 51 

y. 10 m. 3 d. 
Eunice, d. John and Eunice, Feb. 27, 1739-40. 
George, mariner, s. James and Abigail, sailed on the schooner 

General Scott, drowned in the gale, of Nov. 25, 1846, 

a. 25 y. 3 m. 10 d. 
Isaac, s. Nathaniel, Feb. 26, 1738-9, a. abt. 30 y. 
Isaac, s. Jeremiah and Ruth (Stevens), . [after June 

10, 1748?] 
James, s, Morris and Mary, Aug. 25, 1761. 
James jr. [John c. r. 6.], at the poorhouse, July 26, 1837, a. 

54 y. [a. 52 y. c. R. 6.] 
[Jere]miah, s. Jeremiah and Ruth (Stevens), . [after 

1748?] 
John, s. John and Sara, Oct. 23, 1665. 
John, s. Thomas, Feb. 5, 1710-11. 
Jona[than], hernia. Mar. 14, 1810, a. 65 y. C. R. 1. 
Judeth, Nov. 6, 1837, a. 78 y. c. r. 1. 
Luther H., s, Lewis and Maria, Dec. 14, 1841. a. and C. 
Luther H., s. Lewis and Maria, Sept. 20, 1844. a. and C. 
Luther H., s. Lewis and Maria, dysentery, Aug. 17, 1846, a. 

1 y. 2 m. 13 d. 
Martha, d. Tho[mas], May 29, 1706. 
Mary, wid. Jan. 23, 1839, a. 40 y. C. R. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 2 I 5 

Millet, Mary E., Oct. — , 1840. c. r. 1. 

Nathanaell, s. Thomas, Apr. 2, 1695. 

Samuel R., m., laborer, s. Joshua and Nancy, stoppage of the 

blood, Aug. 21, 1847, a. 51 y. 11 m. 10 d. 
Samuel Sanford, s. Lewis and Maria, dysentery, Sept, 11, 

1848, a. 1 y. 3 m. 8 d. 
Thomas, consumption, Aug. 10, 1819, c. R. 1. 
William Pitt Amherst, s. Rev. Ebenezer and Abigail, Jan. 22, 

1762. 

, ch. Capt. Jos[eph], Sept, 25, 1805. c. R. 1. 

, inf. ch, Jos[hu]a, Sept. 20, 1807. c, r, 1. 

, inf. ch. James, bur. Dec, 12, 1824, c, r. 6, 

, ch. Benj[amin], Apr, 30, 1837, a, 1 y, 7 m. c. R. 1. 

[inf, c. r. 6,], ch. of Alonzo, at the poorhouse, Aug. 

30, 1838, 

, ch, Mr, , Oct, — , 1841, a, 8 y, c, R. 1. 

, s, stillom, Lewis and Maria, Aug, — , 1843. 

, ch, Mr, , [after Mar,], 1848. c, R. 1, 



MILLETT (see also Mellit, Millet, Millit), Abigail, wid., 

Mar, 19, 1725-6, a, abt, 68 y. 
Andrew, s. John and Sarah, May 13, 1676. 
Andrew, Mar, 25, 1718, a, abt. 37 y, 
Charles Grandison, bur, Apr. 21, 1833, a, 24 y. c. r. 6. Apr. 

19. p. R, 526, 
Daniell, s, Nathaniell and An, Aug, 1, 1673. 
Deborah, w. Morries, May 2, 1726, a. abt. 23 y. 
John, Nov. 3, 1678. 
John, s, John and Mary, Oct. 18, 1795. 
Joseph, s, Thomas, Oct, 16, 1710, 

Joseph, at the workhouse, Nov. 21, 1806, [a, 77 y. c. r. 1.] 
Joseph, at the workhouse. Mar. 6, 1823, a. 47 y, 
Joseph, at the workhouse, Apr, 27, 1825, a. 25 y. [a. 22 y. 

c, R. 6,] 
Joshua, at sea, — , 1809, a, 28 y, c, R, 1. 
Martha, Feb, 4, 1843, a. 75 y, 3 m, p, r, 526, 
Mary, d, Nathaniell [and Ann. CT. R,], 12:11 m:1681. 
Mary, June 5, 1682, 
Mary, Jan, 2, 1686-7, 
Mary, Aug, 30, 1807, a, 59 y, c. R. 1, 

Molly, at workhouse, Dec, 7, 1816, a. 80 y, [Dec. 9. c. r. 1.] 
Moses, Aug. 10, 1818. a. 62 y. p. r. 526. 



2l6 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

MiLLETT, Nathan, drowned near Manchester Neck, Jan. 6, 

1723-4, a. abt. 40 y. 
Nathaniel, Nov. 9, 1719, a. abt. 72 y. 
Nathaniell, s. Nathaniel!, Jan. 25, 1682. 
Sarah, d. John [and Sarah, ct. r.], Aug. 21, 1675. 
Sarah, wid. Andrew, June 20, 1839, a, 76 y. G, R. 1. 
Susanna, at the workhouse, July 10, 1819, a. 91 y. 
Tammy, Mrs., May 16, 1836, a. 65 y. g. r. 12. 
Thomas, sr., formerly of Gloucester, at Manchester, June 18, 

1707. bur. Gloucester. 
Thomas, drowned in a flood which carried away the cottage 

at Casco Bay, bur. Mar. — , 1721-2, a. abt. 47 y. 

, ch, Isaac, Sept. 30, 1805. c. R. 1. 

, s. James, burnt, bur. Oct. 28, 1824-, a. 5 y. c. R. 6. 

MILLINS, Susanna, bur. Dec. 1, 1815. c. r. 6. 

MILLIT (see also Millett), Abigail, d. John and Unis, June: 

8:1727. 
John, s. Andrew and Betheyah, Sept. 26, 1730, in his 23d y. 

[Oct. dup.] 

MILLS, John Stacy [s. Ambrose and Ellen E. G. R. 1.], Dec. 

21, 1838, a. 4 y. c. R. 1. [Dec. 22. g. r. 1.] 

MITCHEL, Joseph, fever, at Jamaica, Feb. 25, 1803, a. abt. 
22 y. c. R. 2. 

MOONEY, Mahala, d. Jenny Mooney, at the workhouse, Jan. 

22, 1815. 

MOOR (see also Moore), Lydia, d. William, May 2, 173'3, a. 
3 w. 

MOORE (see also Moor), Eliza Ann, 1841. (1891?). c. r. 10. 

Hannah, w. William, . [after 1755?] 

Hannah, w. Joseph, bur. Jan. 5, 1811, a. 42 y. c. R. 6. [d. Jan. 

2. P. r. 661.] 
John, m., yeoman, apoplexy, Oct. 30, 1845, a. 59 y. 
Joseph [inf. c. r. 6.], s. Joseph and Betsy, May — , 1814. A. 

and c. [bur. May 27. c. R. 6 ; d. May 25. p. r. 661.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 2 I 7 

Moore, Joseph, jr., m., mariner, s. Joseph and Betsy [ ( Fel- 
lows), 661; of Annisquam, c. R. 6.], consumption, Feb. 
15, 1844, a. 27 y. 4 m. 6d. 

Joseph [h. Hannah (Pulcifer), p. r. 661.], m., teacher, old 
age, Oct. 28, 1845, a. 81 y. 11 m. 

Mary, cancer. May 17, 1810, a. 59 y. c. R. 1. 

Mary, at the poorhouse. Mar. 27, 1831, a. 86 y. 

Nancy Webber, inf. d. Joseph [and Betsey (Fellows), p. r. 
661.], bur. Aug. 17, 1825. c. r. 6. [d. Aug. 16. 
p. r. 661.] 

Mary Olive (Lane), wid. Joseph jr., Feb. 15, 1844. p. r. 595. 

, Miss, cold, bur. Jan. 21, 1806, a. 20 y. c. R. 6. 

MORAN, Ann, alias Highland, Feb. 21, 1831, a. 38 y. G. r. 1. 

MORE, Betsey, Nov. 5, 1805. c. R. 1. 
Polly, Jan. 23, 1806, a. 24-25, y. c. R. 1. 

MOREHEAD, Mary, bur. Apr. 17, 1831, a. 33 y. c. r. 6. 

Samuel, laborer, s. Samuel and Susan, consumption, July 29, 
1848, a. 44 y. 8 m. 10 d. 

MORES (see also Morse), Thomas, foreigner [b. Ireland, c. 
R. 6.], at the workhouse [palsy, c. 8. 6.], July 27, 1817, 
a. abt. 60 y. 

MORGAIN (see also Morgan), Hannah, consumption, Feb. 8, 

1772. c. R. 2. 
John, drowned coming from West Indies, Jan. 13, 1786. c. E. 

2. 
Luke, June — , 1776. c. r. 2. 
Luke, at sea. — , 1778, a. under 20 y. c. r. 2. 
Solomon, from home, Dec. — , 1778. c, R. 2. 
Susanna Byles, ch. fever, June 6, 1772. c. R. 2. 

MORGAN (see also Morgain), Christina, d. Nathan F. and 
Martha Broughton, Aug. 4, 1830. p. r. 663. 

Christina, d. Nathan F. and Martha Broughton, Oct. 30, 1842. 
p. R. 663. 

Edward, s. William and Gracia, typhus fever, Feb. 12, 1846, 
a. 8 y. 

Eliakim, May 3, 1827. c. r. 1. 

Hannah, wid., Feb. 20, 1840, a. 89 y. c. r. 1. 



2l8 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Morgan, Isabella, d. Nathan F. and Isabella, Sept. 21, 1802. 
Isabella, w. Nathan F., Feb. 28, 1834. [a. 55 y. 5 m. 11 d. 

G. R. 3.] 
Isabella, d. Nathan F. and Isabella, Apr. 30, 1834. 
John, s. Paul and Ruth, at Halifax, while in captivity, fever, 

— , 1777, a. 26 y. c. r. 3. 
John, in the army, — , 1814. c. R. 3. 
Lucy [E. d. Nathan F. and Martha (Broughton), p. r. 663.], 

at the Avorkhouse [at New York. 663.], Sept. 22, 1825, a. 

25 y. 
Nancy Griffin, d. Paul and Judith, heart disease, Apr. 5, 1848, 

a. 64 y. 3 m. 
Nathaniel, s. Luke, Jan. 26, 1743-4, in his 13th y. 
Paul, jr., drowned, Nov. 21, 1811. a. 20 y. c. r. 3. 
Sally, d. W[illia]m and Hannah, lung fever, May 24, 1844, 

a. 76 y. 6 m. 7 d. 
"Sarah, dropsy, Apr. 1, 1816, a. 64 y. c. r. 1. 
William, Feb. 12, 1799, a. 78 y. c. r. 2. 
Will[ia]m, partial derangement. May 25, 1807, a. 58 y. c. r. 

1. 

, s. Will[ia]m, drowned, July — , 1774. c. R. 2. 

, wid. William, of the Cove, Oct. 11, 1821, a. 95 y. 

c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. Eli, Oct. 25, 1830. c. r. 3. 

, d. Nathan and Martha, croup, Oct. 22, 1843, a. 7 d. 



MORIARTY, , inf. ch. John, June 18, 1836. c. r. 1. 

MORPHY, , Mr., paralysis, bur. Nov. 24, 1804. c. r. 6. 

MORRILL, Mary Ann, b. Boston, consumption, Sept. 16, 1846, 
a. 21 y. 3 m. 2 d. 

MORSE (see also Mores, Moss), Catherine [Rowe. c. R. 6.], 

w. Moses [consumption, c. R. 6.], Dec. 24, 1825, a. 40 

y. G. R. 12. 
Eliza, Mrs., May 8, 1849, a. 36 y. g. r. 4. 
Isaac P., s. Moses and Catherine, at Plymouth, July 28, 1828, 

a. 13 y. G. r. 12. 
Lydia P., d. Moses and Catherine, Jan. 8, 1828, a. 16 y. G. R. 

12. [a. 17 y. c. r. 6.] 
Moses, 1st mate of the brig Gossippian, drowned while fishing, 

Oct. 8, 1826. c. r. 6. [a. 41 y. g. r. 12.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 219 

Morse, Nathan P., m., ropemaker, s. Humphrey and Lydia, 

brain fever, May 7, 1845, a. 57 y. Sm. 
Sarah Ann, d. Nathan, burnt, bur. Jan. 20, 1830, a. 8 y. c. r. 

6. 
Sarah Augusta, d. Nathan P. and Abigail, July 18, 1829. 
Sarah Parsons, d, Nathan P. and Abigail, — , 1830. 
Stephen, at the workhouse. May 19, 1823, a. 80 y. 
Thomas, consumption, bur. June 11, 1832, a. abt. 30 y. c. R. 6. 
 , inf. d. , bur. Apr. 1, 1832. c. R. 6. 

MOSES, Judith [w. Thomas, g. r. 9.], m., d. John and Judith 
Duley, consumption, June 15, 1844, a. 33 y. 4 m. 20 d. 
[June 14. a. 33 y. 4 m. 21 d. g. r. 9.] 

MOSS (see also Morse), , wid., aged, cancer, bur. Aug. 

2, 1809. c. R. 6. 

MUNSEY, Cynthia [w. Ben Kelly, o. r. 3.], consumption, 
Sept. 5, 1843, a. 46 y. [Sept. 4, a. 43 y. 6 m. 26 d. g. r. 3.] 

Mary Ann, w. William, Sept. 8, 1837, a. 27 y. g. R. 3. 

William, m., yeoman, b. Peterboro, N. H., s. Henry, liver and 
kidney, complaint, Feb. 22, 1848, a. 67 y. 6 m. 20 d. 
[Feb.' 21. g. r. 1.] 

, eh. Benj[ami]n K., Nov. 27, 1826. c. R. 3. 

MURPHY, Anna, bur. Dec. 19, 1832, a. 82 y. c. R. 6. 
Morris [Moses, dup.], b. Ireland, stone cutter, blown up, Feb. 

2, 1848, a. 31 y. [1847. dup.] 
, [Daniel. G. R. 1.], an Irishman, consumption, May 9, 

1833. c. R. 1. [May 7. a. 54 y. g. r. 1.] 

NASH, Amanda Maria, d. Lonson and Nabby [L. g. r. 5.], 
July 18, 1825. [a. 16- y. G. R. 5.] 

Daniel, s. Lonson and Nabbv [L. G. r. 5 ; hydrocephalus, c, R. 
1.], Sept. 14, 1825. [Oct. a. 5 y. c. R. 1.] 

Emily A., d. Lonson D. and Emily [A. G. R. 5.], throat dis- 
temper and scarlet fever, Feb. 25, 1849, a. 7 y. 5 m. 2 d. 

Sarah, fever, Aug. 21, 1772. c. R. 2. 

Sarah Ann [Q. g. r. 5.], d. Lonson and Abigail [Nabby L. 
G. R. 5.], consumption. May 6, 1844, a. 12 y. 3 m. 20 d. 

William, scrofulous humor, Aug. 21, 1772. c. R. 2. 

William Low, s. Lonson and Nabby [L. g. r. 5.], [Sept.] — , 
1808, a. 2 w. [Aug. 19. G. r. 5.] 



2 20 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

NASON, Robert, drowned on a fishing voyage, Mar. — , 1733- 
4. 

NEAL (see also Neals), Hannah, at the poorhouse, Aug. 25, 
1829, a. 45 y. 

NEALS (see also Neal), Jeremiah, Oct. 13, 1724, a. abt. 18 y. 

NELSON, Abigail, d. Abigail and Edward Newman, July 28, 

1716, a. abt. 1 m. 
Elisabeth, w. William, sojourner, drowned, Nov. 3, 1718. 
Hosea, mariner on schooner Byron, s. Stephen and Nancy, lost 

on Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843. a. 17 y. 

NEVENS, William, bur. June 23, 1814. c. r. 6. 

NEW, John, s. John (a Pennsylvanian), and Rachel Pool, at 
the workhouse, Dec. 26, 1821, a. 3 m. 

NEWCOMB, Mary, wid., old age, Dec. 14, 1817, a. 88 y. 

C. R. 1. 

Nancy, consumption, Aug. 2, 1810. c. r, 1. 

NEWELL, Anna, w. Phillip, consumption. Mar. 6, 1846, a. 

47 y. 
Marcia A., b. Burtonville, N. Y., w. Rev. M. B., consiunption, 

Aug. 2, 1844, a. 26 y. 2 m. 6 d. 

NEWMAN, Eliza, w. John, Apr. 20, 1814, a. 19 y. g. r. 2. 
Emeline, d. Benjamin, bur. Apr. 2, 1816, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 
George, s. Benjamin and Nabby, June 1, 182 [5 t. c] 
Henrietta, m., d. W[illia]m and Mary Dagget, consumption, 

Dec. 10, 1844, a. 25 y. 4 m. 8 d. 
Henrietta, d. John, dropsy on the brain, Sept. 8, 1845, a. 9 m. 
John, Esq., Jan. 2, 1719-20, a. abt. 59 y. 
John, 3d, s. John and Hypsa [(Lane), p. r. 670.], canker, Aug. 

21, 1846, a. 6 m. 4 d. 
John, 3d, s. John and Hipsa [(Lane), p. r. 670.], fits, Aug. 

9, 1848, a. 5 y. 7 m. 
John Appleton, s. Benjamin and Mary, Nov. 11, 1809. 
Mary, d. John, jr., Jan. 12, 1714-15. 
Mary, w. Benjamin, bur. Apr. 12, 1816. c. r. 6. 
Samuel, s. John and Mary, Feb. 26, 1722-3, a. abt. 7 m. 15 d. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 22 1 

Newman, Samuel, s. Benjamin and Nabby, Oct. 3, 1829. 

. , Mrs., Oct. 2, 1814. c. R. 3. 

, s. J., bur. June 4, 1825, a. 5 m. c. R. 6. 

NICHOLS (see also Nickells, Nickels), James, a stranger, 

very suddenly, Apr. 3, 1772. c. r. 3. 
William M., at the poorhouse, June 20, 1835, a. 1 m. 20 d. 

NICKELLS (see also Nichols), Peter, 1st, s. Peter and Mary, 

Mar. 20, 1839. 
Peter, s. Peter and Mary, Nov. 16, 1841. 

NICKELS (see also Nichols), Christopher M., s. Rev. Chris- 
topher and Ann, throat distemper and scarlet fever, Aug. 
18, 1846, a. 5 y. 8 m. 10 d. 

NICKERSON, James B., s. Zenas and Mary (Dennen), Aug. 
10, 1822. P. R. 672. 

NILES, Edw[ar]d J., s. Thomas and Maria, poisoned by clams, 
June 20, 1848, a. 5 y. 6 m. 12 d. 

NOBLE, Daniel, bur. Jan. 28, 1826. c. R. 6. 

Francis, h. Hannah, June 5, 1825. p. r. 674. 

William, m., fisherman, drowned on George's Bank, Nov. 11, 

1845, a. 49 y. 2 m. 12 d. 
, inf. ch., wid. Abigail, bur. Apr. 9, 1826. c. R. 6. 

NORRIS, , inf. ch. George, bur. Feb. 1, 1826. c. R. 6. 

NORWOOD, Abigail, w. Gustavus, Mar. 7, 1836. p. r. 675. 

Albert, s. Seth and Louisa (Odell), May 23, 1845. P. R. 694. 

Amanda, d. James and Adeline, dysentery, Oct. 11, 1846, a. 
8 y. 1 1 m. 5 d. 

Amanda, d. Charles and Tammy, consumption, June 21, 1847, 
a. 16 y. 2 m. 

Anna [(Lee), p. R. 679.], w. [Capt. g. r. 2.], Francis, con- 
sumption, Apr. 10, 1776, a. 39 y. c. r. 3. [a. 37 y. g. r. 
2.] 

Benjamin, P., h. Mary, lost on Georges Bank, Apr. 24, 1837. 

Caleb, h. Elizabeth (Grover), 1st w. and Jerusha (Story), 
2d w., Aug. 11, 1814. p. R. 678. 

Caleb, jr., h. Jerusha (Story), Nov. 7, 1824. p. r. 680. 



222 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Norwood, Caleb, s, Caleb jr. and Jerusha (Story), Dec. 16, 

1839. p. R. 680. 
Caira, ch. William and Susannah (Wheeler), May 27, 1825. 

p. R. 683. 
Charles, h. Martha [drowned, p. r. 104.], Nov. 5, 1833. 
Charles, s. Solomon and Lois, Oct. — , 1834. 
Charles, s, William, jr. and Sally [H. (Smith), p. r. 685.], 

Oct. 4, 1836. 
Eben[eze]r, s. Jonathan, smallpox, at New York, May 6, 1783, 

a. 35 y. g. r. 2. 
Elbridge, s. Francis and Lucy (Pool), Nov. 13, 1833. p. k. 

681. 
Elizabeth, d. Joshua and Elizabeth, Oct. 15, 1709. 
Elizabeth [(Grover), 1st w. Caleb, p. r. 678.], Oct. 3, 1769, 

a. 27 y. G. R. 2. 
Elizabeth [(Davis), p. r, 677.], w. Jonathan, fever, Oct. 20, 

1775, a. 63 y. c. r. 3. [a. 60 y. g. r. 2.] 
Elizebeth, w. Joshua, Nov. 7, 1774. c. r. 5. 
Emeline, d. twin, Benjamin P. and Mary, Mar. 1, 1837. 
Emma F., d. Charles W. and Ann, lung fever. May 2, 1849, 

a. 7 m. 28 d. 
Epes, lost at sea on Georges, Feb. 27 or 28, 1844. c. R. 5. 
Esther Grover, d. James S. and Adeline, Feb. — , 1837. 
Fitz William [inf. ch. c. R. 6.], s. James and Sally, Nov. — , 

1821. [bur. Nov. 17, 1821. c. R. 6.] 
Fitz William, s. James and Sally, "Lost," Apr. 24, 1837. 
Francis, sr., Mar. 4, 1708-9. 
Francis, s. Francis, June 23, 1714, in his 20th y. 
Francis, s. Francis and Lucy (Pool), Sept. 14, 1796. p. R. 

681. 
Francis Maj., h. Lucy (Pool), Oct. 6, 1823. p. r. 102. 
Frederick, s, Nathan and Eunice, — , 1824. 
George F[rancis. p. r. 686.], s. George and [Mary p. r. 686.], 

Elizabeth [(Wheeler), p. r. 686.], bilious complaint, Aug. 

17, 1847, a. 3d. [May 16. a. 3 w. g. r. 9.] 
Gorham, h. Eliza [(Patch), p. r. 688.], Oct. 16, 1826. 
Gustavus, w. Abigail [s. Jonathan and Elizabeth (Davis), p. r. 

677.], Mar. 6, 1841. p. r. 675. 
Hamilton [d. Francis and Lucy (Pool), p. r. 681.], suddenly, 

Sept. 14, 1837. c. r. 5. 
Hanah, d. Frances, Dec. 25, 1679. 
Harriet, d. Charles, Nov. — , 1820. c. r. 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 223 

Norwood, Harriet, d. John and Ann, lung fever, Dec. 19, 1845, 

a. 2 y. 25d. 
Henry, jr., s. Henry and Mary A., diarrhoea, Sept. 28, 1847, a. 

1 y. [a. 1 y, 16 d. G. R. 5.] 
James, Ncv. — , 1724, a. 23 y. 11 m. 
James, very suddenly, Mar. 10, 1814, a. 69 y. c. R. 3. [Mar. 

11. G. R. 3.] 
James, s. James and Adeline, Oct. 8, 1844, a. 1 y. 2 m. 27 d. 
James, mariner, s. James and Amelia, sailed on schooner Can- 
ton, supposed to have been drowned on George's Bank in 

the gale, Nov. 25, 1846, a. 38 y. 6 m. 15 d. 
Jerusha (Story), 2d w. Caleb, Aug. 15, 1810. p. r. 678. 
Jerusha (Story), 1st w. Caleb, jr., Sept. 17, 1816. p. r. 680. 
John, s. James and Sally, Apr. 24, 1827. 
Jonathan, Feb. 21, 1791, a. 79 y. G. R. 2. 
Jonathan, h. Elizabeth (Davis), Feb. 21, 1795. p. R. 677. 
Jonathan, Feb. 16, 1799, in his 59th y. g. r. 3. 
Joseph F., s. Joseph York and Mary F. (Wheeler), Nov. 17, 

1846. p. R. 689. 
Judith, d. Jonathan and Elisabeth, Nov. — . [Nov. 28, 1753, 

a. 12 d. G. R. 2.] 
Judith, w. Capt. William, palsy, July 19, 1775. c. r. 3. [a. 

65 y. G. R. 3.] 
Judith, w. James, bur. Feb. 25, 1808, a. 52 y. c. r. 3. [a. 51 

y. G. R. 3.] 
Judith, at the poorhouse, Apr. 21, 1833, a. 87 y. 
Laura Matilda, d. Francis and Lucy (Pool), Oct. 24, 1826. 

p. R. 681. 
Lemuel, s. William and Susannah (Wheeler), Feb. 4, 1801. 

p. R. 683. 
Lois Lufkin, d. Charles and Martha [(Brooks), p. r. 104.], 

June 30, 1833. 
Lucretia J., d. James and Adeline, dysentery, Oct. 21, 1846, 

a. 13 y. 16 d. 
Lucy [(Pool,) wid. Maj. Francis, p. r. 102; d. Caleb, p. r. 

534.], consumption, Dec. 11, 1844. c. r. 5. 
Lydia Ann, s. James, 3d and Polly, Sept. 6, 1837. [bur. Sept. 

4, a. 8 y. c. R. 6.] 
Mary, w. Francis, Nov. 19, 1724, a. 52 y. 
Mary Abby, d. John L. and Mary J. (Parsons), Nov. 8, 184-, 

p. R. 600. 
Mary C. [E. g. r. 10.], d. John G. and Mary [J. g. r. 10.], 

dysentery, Sept. 12, 1848, a. 1 y. 11 m. 23 d. 



2 24 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Norwood, Mary J., m., d. Winery and [Mary. p. r. 690.J, 

Judith Parsons, consumption, Oct. 17, 1847, a. 28 y- 3 m. 
Mercy (Tarr), w. Francis, — , 1808. P. R. 679. 
Nathan, May 31, 1825, a. abt. 70 y. c. R. 3. 
Patty, childbirth, Sept. 4, 1843. C. R. 5. 

Polly, wid. , Tan. 12, 1812. c. R. 3. 

Sally, d. James and Sally, "Lost," Apr. 24, 1837. 

Sally, d. James, 3d and Polly, consumption, Aug. 14, 1845, 

a. 8 y. 8 m. 21 d. 
Sarah Ann Waters, d. William, jr. and Sally [H. (Smith), 

p. R. 685.], July 10, 1826. 
Sarah Page (Pool), w. Henry, Oct. 24, 1840. p. r. 6. 
Stehen, Jan. 7, 1702-3. 

Stephen, h. Elizabeth (Ingolsbee), Feb. 23, 1702. p. r. 676. 
Stephen, "with James Lane, master of a fishing schooner never 
heard of since they were on the Banks in 1753." rec. Dec. 

. 27, 1754. 
Stephen, h. Peggy, drowned in great gale on Cassias Ledge, 

June 18, 1808. p. r. 270. 
Steven, s. Francis, Mar. 18, 1711. 
Susanna, w. James, childbirth, Nov. 16, 1773, a. 30 y. c. R. 

3. [a. 29 y. G. R. 3.] 
Susannah, d. Joshua and Elizabeth, Dec. 3, 1726. 
SoUomon]. drowned at sea, June 24, 1810, a. 16 y. c. R. 1. 
Theodore, s. Caleb, jr. [and Jerusha (Story), p. r. 680.], run 

over by a cart loaded with sand, bur. Nov. 10, 1805, a. 

7 y. c. R. 6. [d. Nov. 7. p. r. 680.] 
Theodore, s. W[illia]m [and Susannah (Wheeler), p. r. 683.], 

typhus fever, Sept. — , 1813. c. R. 3. [Sept. 18. p. r. 683.] 
Thomasin, w. Charles, . [jr. of Annisquam, consump- 
tion, Aug. 9, 1832. c. R. 3.] 
William, Capt., dropsy, Feb. 1, 1781, a. 73 y. c. R. 3. [a. 72 

y. G. R. 3.] 
William, only s. James and Judith, May 5, 1800, a. 5 y. G. R. 3. 
William E., s. Seth and Louisa (Odell), Oct. 11, 1847. p. R. 

694. 
Zaccheus, s. Jonathan and Elizabeth, July 10, 1758, a. 3 m. 

19 d. G. R. 2. 
Zaccheus, s. Jonathan and Eliza[be]th, Oct. 4, 1759, a. 5 w. 

G. R. 2. 

, s. stillborn, Francis and Mary, Apr. 3, 1714. 

, inf. ch. James and Susanna, stillborn, Nov. 11, 1773. 

c. R, 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 225 

Norwood, , ch. Stephen and Anna, smallpox, July 1, 

1779. c. R. 3. 
, inf. s, Francis and Lucy (Pool), Oct. 27, 1805. a. 

14 d. P. R. 681. 
, w. Caleb, of Sandy Bay, bur. Aug. 17, 1810, a. 77 y. 

c. R. 6. 

, ch. Dan[ie]l, Jan. 17, 1811, a. 8 y. c. R. 1. 

, d. Francis and Lucy (Pool), Mar. 8, 1811, a. 7 d. 

p. R. 681. 

, ch. d. of Gustavus, Aug. — , 1811. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Nathan, jr., June 1, 1826. c. R. 3. 

, drowned, — , 1831. c. R. 3. 

, Mrs., of Annisquam, at the workhouse, bur. Apr, 22, 



1833, a. 80 y. c. r. 6. 

— , d. Benjamin, bur. Feb. 28, 1837, a. 5 m. c. R. 6. 
— , ch. Charles and Mary, Mar. 23, 1844, a. 1 d. 



NOWELL (see also Newell), , inf. ch. Moses, Aug. 

13, 1836. c. R. 1. 

NUTSFORD, Stephen, Dec. 29, 1807. c. r. 3. 

NUTTER, Judith N., d. George and Betsy, fever, Feb. 10, 
1848, a. 6 y. 3 m. 

OAKES (see also Oaks), Esther, heart trouble, July 24, 1847. 

c. R. 5. 
Fitz A[lbert. p. r. 699.], s. William [H. p. r. 699.], and Julia 

[A. (Sayward), p. r. 699.], lung fever, Mar. 22, 1848, 

a. 2 y. 6 m. 7 d. 
Fitz E., fisherman on schr. Paris, Hugh Parkhurst, master, s. 

W[illia]m and Pamelia, sailed for Georges Bank, lost 

in gale, abt. Mar. 1, 1845, a. 54 y. 
Huston, h, Susan, Oct. — , 1824. 
John [Capt. c. r. 1,], consumption, Dec. 4, 1815, a. 80 y. 

c. R. 1. [a. 79 y. c. r. 6.] 
John, h. Polly (Robinson), drowned in severe gale on Cashe's 

Ledge, June 18, 1808. p. r. 696. 
Margeret, Aug. 17, 1805. c. r. 5. 
Patience, w. Thomas, Oct. 24, 1745. 
Sarah Ann [Sayward. p. r. 699.], d. William H[enry. c. r. 

6.], and Julia [A. (Sayward), P. R. 699.], Mar. 14, 1841. 

[a. 9 m. c. R. 6.] 



2 26 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Oakes, Thomas, [after 1745?] 
William, h. Susanna, July 1, 1823. 

, wid. old age, Nov. 1, 1817, a. 82 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. wid. , , 1840, a. 7 y. c. R. 1. 

OAKS (see also Oakes), Daniel, s. Thomas and Margret, lost 
in Ship "Tempest." . c. r. 5. 

OBER, Ann L., d. John P. and Ann L., Feb. 9, 1833. [a. 

6 m. c. r. 6.] 
Jonathan, bur. Dec. 12, 1827, a. 77 y. c. R. 6. 
Samuel, consmnption. May 16, 1817, a. 23 y. c. r. 1. 
Sarah, wid. John, bur. Nov. 26, 1830. c. r. 6. 
Sarah, d. Jona[than] and Sarah, suicide, Oct. 22, 1846, a. 

68 y. 6 m. 10 d. 
, ch. Dan[ie]l, mortification, Aug. 6, 1810, a. 1 y. 6 

m. c. R. 1. 

ODELL, Ann, w. James, June 8, 1831, a. 82 y. g. R. 12. 
Sarah, w. David, Jan. 14, 1849, a. 23 y. G. R. 7. 

OGAR, Hannah, d. Marthar, Mar. 19, 1695-6, in her 10th y. 

ORNE, , ch. William, hydrocephalus, Mar. 13, 1810, 

a. 6 m. c. R. 1. 

OSGOOD, Mary Ann Babson Griffin, w. John of West New- 
bury, at West Newbury, July 31, 1823. c. R. 3. 

OUTEIN, James, drowned at sea, Jan. 24, 1817, a. 19 y. c. R. 1. 
Nancy C, Mrs., Aug. 31, 1814, a. 36 y. G. R. 1. 

OXDEN (see also Oxton), Abigail, wid. William, dropsy, Dec. 

9, 1849, a. 67 y. [1848. g. r. 5.] 
William, Oct. — , 1839, a. 59 y. c. r. 1. [Sept. 3. p. r. 702.] 

, inf. ch. W[illia]m, June 3, 1807. c. R. 1. 

, inf. ch. W[illia]m, Aug. 27, 1810. C. R. 1. 

, ch. W[illia]m, Nov. 23, 1816, a. 1 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. W[illia]m, Sept. 24, 1817, a. 22 m. c. R. 1. 

, s. William and Catharine, consumption, Aug. 13, 1846, 

a. 4 m. 5 d. 
, ch. Mrs,, Aug. — , 1847. c. r. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 2 2/ 

OXTON (see also Oxden), , ch. William, bur. Sept. 13, 

1835, a, 6 m. c. R. 6. 
, inf. d. William, jr., bur, Nov. 28, 1836. c. R. 6. 

PAGE (see also Paige), Joanna, Sept. 7, 1707. 
Joseph, Mar. 18, 1724-5, a. abt. 48 y. 
Thomas, s. Joseph, Nov. 26, 1706. 
William, at the poorhouse, Oct. 11, 1836, a. 25 y. 

PALFREY, , ch. , bur. Nov. 19, 1829, a. 2^ 

y. c. R. 6. 

PALMER, Ann Friend, d. John and Julia, canker of bowles, 

July 2, 1848, a. 1 m. 4 d. 
Mary Loisa, d. John and Polly [Riggs (Tarr), p. r. 703.], 

Sept. — , 1822. 

PARKER, Charles S. Porter, s. Andrew, jr. and Sophia, throat 

distemper, Nov. 4, 1846, a. 8 m. 10 d. [Nov. 6, 1847. 

G. R. 5.] 
Hannah, mother of Samuel, formerly of Hollis, N. H., June 

2, 1828, aged 50 y. 
, s. John and Ann M., consumption, Sept. 17, 1844, a. 

21 d. 

PARKHURST, Geo[rge] Henry, s. Hugh and Mary Ann, fits, 

July 19, 1844, a. 1 y. 9 m. 14 d. [July 8. g. R. 5.] 
Harriet Davis, d. William, jr. and Judith, Sept. 30, 1836. 

[a. 2 y. 6 m. c. r. 6.] 
Hugh [h. Mary (Goss), p. r. 706.], June 6, 1776. c. r. 5. 
Hugh, fisherman, master of schr. Paris, s. William and Sarah, 

sailed for Georges Bank, lost in gale, abt. Mar. 1, 1845, 

a. 37 y. 8 m. [Apr. a. 37 y. 9 m. g. r. 5.] 
Hugh, s. George and Lucy, consumption, Oct. 23, 1846, a. 7 

y. 7 m. 
Judith Eliza, d. William, jr. and Judith [throat distemper. 

c. R. 6.], Aug. 3, 1832. [a. 6 y. c. r. 6.] 
Judith T. [Parsons. G. R. 11.], w. W[illia]m, jr., consumption. 

May 19, 1844, a. 37 y. 7 m. 22 d. 
Olinda Bartell, d. William, jr. and Judith, Dec. 26, 1840. 
, ch. , bur. Sept. 24, 1816. c. R. 6. 



228 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

PARKMAN, John. Capt. [s. William and Elizabeth, of Bos- 
ton. G. R. 1.], master of a brig belonging at Boston, on 
his return voyage from the West Indies, drowned at 
Norma[n]s Woe, Mar. 27, 1727, a. 30 y. [a. 33 y. G. R. 1.] 

PARRAN (see also Parrin), Mary, consimiption, Sept. 15, 

1806, a. 27 y. c. R. 1. 
Nancy, unm,, old age, Nov. 12, 1847, a. 72 y. 

PARRIN (see also Parran), , wid. , , 

1826. c. R. 2. 

PARROT, Sarah, Mrs., Feb. 22, 1839, a. 26 y. c. R. 1. 

PARSLEY, William, Apr. 18, 1725, a. abt. 74 y. 

PARSON (see also Parsons), Mary, w. William W., Dec. 26, 

1833. 
Mary, d. Moses, 4th, and Sally, Oct. — , 1839. 

PARSONS (see also Parson, Pearson, Person), Aaron [Capt. 
G. R. 5 ; h. Mary (Dolliver), p. r. 711.], s. Isaac and 
Hannah, June 21, 180-. [June 15, 1809, a. 50 y. c. R. 1.] 

Aaron, unm., s. Aaron and Polly [Mary. p. R. 711.], (Dolli- 
ver), Mar. 31, 1838, a. 47 y. a. and c. 

Abigail, Jan. 3, 1723-4, a. 19 y. 4 m. 

Abigail, w. Jeffery, June — , 1734. 

Abigail, w. Solomon, Feb. 15, 1740-1. [in her 35th y. c. r. 1.] 

Abigail, Mrs., , . c. r. 5. 

Abigaill, d. Jephery, Feb. 5, 1699-1700. 

Alfred, s. Capt. John, bur. Dec. 1, 1825. c. R. 6. 

Almira, Spinal difficulty, Mar. 24, 1842. c. R. 5. 

Andrew, s. Samuel and Ruth, Aug. 20, 1725. 

Andrew, at sea, — , 1808. c. R. 1. 

Anna, d. James, Sept. 11, 1760. 

Anna, d. Edward, deceased, Oct. 23, 1826. C. R. 3. 

Benjamin, h. Sarah, Feb. 19, 1776. p. r. 422. 

Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Susanna (Coas), Mar. 16, 1805. 
p. R. 714. 

Bethiah, w. Josiah, June 1, 1804. 

Betsey, w. Lemuel, bur. Jan. 10, 1833. C. R. 6. 

Betsey, Nov. 20, 1844, a. abt. 75 y. c. r. 5. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 229 

Parsons, Betsy, wid. , Apr. 21, 1815. c. r. 3. 

Betsy, wid. Jonathan, old age, Oct. 30, 1843, a. 76 y. 11 m 

29 d. 
Caroline, d. Benj[aniin] and Sarah, Mar. 15, 1837, a. 7 m. 

G. R. 5. 
Charles, suddenly, bur. Apr. 18, 1830, a. 25 y. c. R. 6. 
Charles Warren, grand s. Ebenezer, bur. Oct. 12, 1841. c. r. 6. 
Daniel, at Antiqua, W. I., smallpox, May 2, 1738. 
Daniel, at the workhouse, Nov. 23, 1806. [a. 73 y. c. r. 1.] 
Dan[ie]l, consumption, Nov. 21, 1808. c. r. 1. 
David, old age, Nov. 28, 1808, a. 82 y. c. r. 1. 
Dorcas, May 4, 1828, a. 85 y. c. r. 1. 

Dorcas, wid. , Mar. 21, 1829, a. 88 y. c. r. 1. 

Eben, bur. May 19, 1833, a. 30 y. c. r. 6. 

Eben, s. Thomas [L. g. r. 5.], and Matilda [C. G. r. 5; 

(Herrick), p. r. 729.], croup, June 16, 1845, a. 1 y. 10 d. 
Ebenezer, jr., drowned abt. 20 leagues w. Cape Sable, Oct. 3, 

1732, a. 26 y. 
Ebenezer, Elder, Dec. 19, 1763, a. 82 y. o. r. 1. 
Edward, Aug. 9, 1825. c. r. 3. 
Edward, s. Edward and Mary, June 15, 1833. 
Edward, s. Edward and Mary, Mar. 20, 1834. 
Edward, h. Mary, Oct. 21, 1834. 
Edward, mariner, s. Edward and Mary, drowned at sea, Oct. 

6 [1849. in pencil.], a. 19 v. 
Elias, fever, bur. Mar. 3, 1825, a. 21 y. c. R. 6. 
Eliezar, s. Eliezer, Oct. 10, 1756, a. abt. 25 y. 
Eliphalet, listed in the Expedition against the French at Crown 

Point, d. at Albany, Aug. 9, 1756, in his 25th y. 
Eliphalet, s. Benjamin and Sara, Jan. 16, 1763. 
Elisabeth, d. John M. and Mary J., dysentery, Oct. 6, 1848, 

a, 1 y. 10 d. 3 m. 
Elisabeth Ann, w. Isaac W., consumption, Apr. 27, 1848, a. 

23 y. 11 m. 5 d. [Apr. 24, 1847. dup; Apr. 23, 1847, 

a. 24 y. G. R. 1.] 
Elisabeth Collins, d. Lemuel C. and Eunice, Aug. 17, 1840, 

[a. 13 y. c. R. 1.] 
Eliz[abe]th, Feb. 16, 1809, a. 80 y. c. r. 1. 
Elizabeth, d. Isaac and Elizabeth, canker, Oct. 5, 1849, a. 2 

y. 10 m. 10 d. 
Elizabeth K., d. Jeffrey and Eliza (Knights), Sept. 18, 1827. 

p. R. 718. 



230 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Parsons, Elizabeth K., Jeffrey and Eliza (Knights), Sept. 18, 

1827. p. R. 718. 
Enoch, fever, Apr. 14, 1817, a. 83 y. c. r. 1. 

Ester, Mrs., wid., , 1812. c. r. 3. 

Esther, d. Nathaniel and Esther, Mar. 7, 1764. [a. 15 d. G. R. 

2.] 
Esther, w, Capt. Nathaniel, May 10, 1812, a. 74 y. g. r. 3. 
Esther Rowe, d. James and Olive [Cleaveland (Pool), p. r. 

800.], Sept. 3, 1824. 
Esther S., wid. [w. Isaac. G. R. 8.], dysentery, Apr. 6, 1849, 

a. 45 y. 3 m. 12 d. 
Eunice, d. Ebenezer and Lydia, Apr. 20, 1719, a. abt. 8 m. 

12 d. 
Ezekiel, s, Ezekiel and Sarah, Aug. 6, 1761. 
Ezekiel, accidental, Feb. 3, 1810, a. 50 y. c. r. 1. 
Fanny, wid. Eben, bur. Dec. 22, 1833, a. 29 y. c. R. 6. 
Frederick, m,, mariner on schooner Byron, lost on Georges 

Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 33 y. 
George, h. Harriet, Nov. 19, 1820. 

George, h. Susan (Goss), at sea, July 16, 1825. p. R. 385. 
George, m., seaman, tumor, Oct, 25, 1843, a. 47 y. 1 m. 3 d. 
George, s. John and Eliza, croup, Oct. 11, 1845, a. 8 m. 6 d. 
Hanah, w. Elder James, Mar. 11, 1732-3, a. 78 y. [in her 79th 

v. G. R. 1.] 
Hannah, d. John, Sept. 1, 1699. 
Hannah, d. James and Mary, May 8, 1722, a. 1 hr. 

Hannah, w. "jacob, . [after June 30, 1749?] 

Hannah, d. Capt. Jacob and Hannah, Oct. 30, 1821, a. 82 y. 

G. R. 1. 
Henry, s. Philemon, Apr. — , 1765, a. 18 m. 
Henry, s. Capt. John, bur. Sept. 25, 1833, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 
Isaac, Dea., July 5, 1767, in his 54th y. G. R. 1. 
Isaac, bur. Aug. 8, 1819, a. 48 y. c. R. 6. 
Isaac, widr., teacher, s. Solomon, consumption, Dec. 13, 1843, 

a. 65 y. 8 m. 6 d. [Dec. 12, a. 64 y. c. R. 1.] 
Isaac, m., mariner, s. Nehemiah and Nabby, dysentery, Oct. 

27, 1848, a. 48 y. 8 m. 5 d. [a. 49 y. G. R. 8.] 
Issabell, w. John, Nov. 25, 1700. 
Jacob, s. Jacob, Nov. — , 1734, a. 6 m. 
James, Elder, Oct. 1, 1733, in his 75th y. 
James, Nov. 15, 1761, a. 71 y. ' 

James, Jan. — , 1789. c. r. 5. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 23 1 

Parsons, James, s. James, on his return from the Expedition 

to Cape Breton, Aug. 11, 17 — , a. abt. 20 y. 
James, s, James and Olive [Cleavelan (Pool), p. r. 800.], Nov. 

25, 1800. 
James, s. James and Olive [Cleaveland (Pool), p. r. 800.], 

Apr. 10, 1804. 
James, at the poorhouse. May 14, 1830, a. 72 y. 
Jemima, d. John and Elisabeth, Sept. 23, 1734. 
Jemima, w. [Elder, g. r. 1.], Ebenezer, Apr. 25, 1752, in her 

66th y. 
John, "Sar," Dec. 1, 1714. 

John, s. John, 3d and Rachel (Sawyer), . [after, 1740?] 

John, fever, Nov. 28, 1817, a. 52 y. c. r. 1. 

John, bur. Feb. 1, 1834, a. 40y. c. r. 6. 

John Henry, s. John J., May 5, 1846, a. 6 m. G. R. 8. 

John J., Oct. 21, 1849, a. 23 y. G. R. 8. 

John M., s. Nehemiah and Caroline, May 16, 1844, a. 19 y. 

G. R. 8. 
Jonathan, s. Jonathan and Susannah (Hadley), Sept. 6, 1740 
Jonathan, palsy, Mar. 24, 1817, a. 61 y. c. R. 1. 
Jonathan, bur. June 25, 1823. c. R. 6. 
Jonathan, s. Jonathan, at sea, received note, June 29, 1823. 

c. R. 6. 
Joseph, at Cambridge, Oct. 31, 1722, a. abt. 29 y. 
Joseph, s. Benjamin and Sara, Dec. 28. [176-. p. r. 422.] 
Joseph, jr., s. Benjamin and Susanna [(Coas), p. r. 714.], 

Feb. — , 1807. 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Mary, Nov. — , 1815. 
Joshua, Jan. 28, 1820. 

Josiah, s. Jephery and Abigaill, — 3. [1693-4?] 
Josiah, Sept. 10, 1816. c. r. 3. 
Josiah, s. Wenery, deaceased and Mary, at the West Indies 

of a fever or on his passage home, July — , 1817, a. abt. 

20 y. c. R. 3. 
Judeth, d. Dea. William, Nov. 20, 1753, a. 19 y. g. r. 1. 
Judith, school mistress, d. Enoch and Judith, old age, July 

29, 1846, a. 84 y. 3 m. 10 d. [a. 83 y. G. r. 1.] 

Judith Gott, w. Whinerey, d. , 1847. G. r. 2. 

Judith, vfid. Isaac, old age, Dec. 14, 1848, a. 87 y. 
Julia Ann, d. Lemuel C. and Eunice, May 12, 1831. 
Julia Ann, d. Lemuel C. and Eunice, Apr. 11, 1832. 
Lemuel, bur. July 7, 1837, a. 38 y. c. r. 6. 
Lemuel C, jr., h. Betsy, . [after 1830?] 



232 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Parsons, Lemuel C, h. Eunice, [consumption, c. r. 6.], May 

9, 1832. 
Letitia, consumption, Oct. — , 1847. c. R. 5. 
Liefa, Jan. 16, 1763. p. r. 422. 
Lois, d. John [Jonathan a, and c], J[umper. p. r. 726], and 

Betsey, Feb. 16, 1833. 
Loisa, d. Joseph and Mary, Sept. 2, 1833. [a. 13 y. C. R. 6.] 
Lucretia, d. Daniel, Apr. 7, 1737, a. abt. 13 m. 
Lucretia, dysentery, Sept. 23, 1807, a. 13 y. c. R. 1. 
Lucretia, w. Nehemiah, bur. Nov. 6, 1835, a. 69 y. c. R. 6. 
Lucy, d. Solomon, drowned July 9, 1750, in her 14th y. 
Lucy, d. Eliezer, Oct. 7, 1756, in her 27th y. 
Lucy F., d. Jacob and Lucy, Sept. 21, 1810, a. 2 y. G. R. 1. 
Lydia, w. Ebenezer, Oct. 2, 1734, a. 53 y. 28 d. 
Lydia, w. Moses, Jan. 29, 1824. c. R. 3. [a. 77 y. C. R. 6.] 
Martha, wid., old age, Jan. 11, 1819, a. 81 y. c. R. 1. 
Martha, w. John M. [Nehemiah jr. c. R. 6.], Aug. — , 1831. 

[Aug. 18. a. 34 y. G. R. 8.] 
Martha, d. William, 4th and Beulah, Aug. 19, 1832. 
Martha, w. Jonathan, paralysis, bur. Oct. 17, 1836. C. r. 6. 
Martha Jane, d. Joseph, jr. and Martha M. [(Witham), P. R. 

736.], scarlet fever, June 27, 1849, a. 1 y. 5 m. 16 d. 
Mary, d. James and Mary, drowned. May 18, 1731, in her 13th 

Mary, w. William, . [after 1747?] 

Mary, w. Dea. William, Nov. 24, 1751, a. 45 y. G. R. 1. 

Mary, d. James, Dec. 10, 1755, in her 20th y. 

Marv, d. Joseph and Mary, Sept. — , 1801. 

Mary, Sept. 8, 1807, a. 69 y. c. R. 1. 

Mary, wid. Charels, bur. Apr, 16, 1831. c. R. 6. 

Mary, wid., bur. Mar. 9, 1834, a. 68 y. c. R. 6. 

Mary, d. Benjamin and Sarah [(Coas), p. r. 715.], consump- 
tion, Sept. 3, 1846, a. 21 y. 4 m. 28 d. [Sept. 4. g. r. 5.] 

Mary, w. Ebenezer, dysentery, Sept. 8, 1849, a. 56 y. 11 m. 
22 d. 

Mary (Cook), wid. Zebulon, July — , 1837. p. R. 206. 

Mary [(DoUiver) p. r. 711.], Mrs. [wid. Aaron, p. r. 711.], 
Oct. 22, 1816, a. 54 y. G. r. 5. 

Mary E., d. John M. and Mary Jane, Oct. 6, 1848, a. 1 y. 
10 m. G. R. 8. 

Mary (Finson), d. Jeffery and Betsey, Sept. — , 1805. p. R. 
713. 

Mary (Hartley), w. William W., Dec. 25, 1833. p. r. 194. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 233 

Parsons, Miriam, d. Solomon [and Abigail, c. R. 1.], Apr. 24, 

1742, a. abt. 9>< y. [Apr. 25. a. 10 m. c. R. 1.] 
Moses, s. Solomon and Prudence, Apr. 4, 1787. 
Moses, 4th, fisherman on schr. Paris, Hugh Parkhurst, master, 

s. Moses and Betsy, sailed for Georges Bank, lost in 

gale, abt. Mar. 1, 1845, a. 37 y. 7 m. 
Nathanael, bur. Apr. 13, 1827, a. 31 y. c. R. 6, 
Nathaniel, smallpox, Aug. 22, 1721, in his 23d y. 
Nathaneil, Dea., smallpox, May 21, 1722, a. 47 y. [May 20. 

G. R. 1.] 
Nathaniel, June 16, 1753, in his 31st y. g. r. 1. 
Nathaniel, Nov. 27, 1823, a. 58 y. c. r. 3. [a. 57 y. 0. R. 2.] 
Nehemiah, Aug. 18, 1726, a. 15 y. 
Nehemiah, bur. Aug. 2, 1836, a. 75 y. c. R. 6. 
Nehemiah, m. fisherman, s. Nehemiah and Nabby, dysentery, 

Sept. 19, 1848, a. 62 y. 13 d. 
Prudence, consumption, Oct. 10, 1810, a. 35 y. c, r. 1. [Oct. 

4. G. R. 1.] 
Prudence [wid. Solomon g. r. 1.], Aug., 1831, a. 84 y. c. R. 1. 

[Aug. 25. G. R. 1.] 
Rachel, Mar. 26, 1725, a. 25 y. 
Rachel, w. Edward, Oct. 13, 1823. c. R. 3. 
Rebecca [w. Samuel g. r. 1.], m., d. Benja[min] and Mary 

Woodbury, dysentery, Oct. 23, 1849, a. 32 y. 7 m. 12 d. 

[Oct. 25. G. R. 1.] 
Rhoda, d. Jonathan P., bur. Feb. 12, 1822, a. 8 y. c. R. 6. 
Rufus, s. Samuel and Rebecca, dysentery, Oct. 15, 1849, a. 2 

y. 1 m. 2 d. 
Sally, d. James and Olive [Cleaveland (Pool), p. r. 800.], 

Apr. 5, 1799. 
Sally Coffin, d. Rev. Obadiah and Sarah Parsons, chin cough, 

Aug. 14, 1777, a. 9 w. 4 d. c. r. 3. 
Samuel, Dec. — , 1761, a. 71 y. 
Samuel, Apr. 27, 1826. c. r. 3. 
Samuel, h. Eliza [consumption c. R. 6.], May 8, 1830. [a. 34 

y. c. R. 1.] 
Samuel, 4th, mariner [h. Martha G. (Lufkin), p. R. 733.], s. 

Samuel and Sarah, sailed on the schooner Canton, sup- 
posed to have been drowned on George's Bank in the gale, 

Nov. 25, 1846, a. 28 y. 1 m. 
Samuel, m., mariner, dropsy in the chest, Feb. 4, 1847, a. 77 y. 
Sarah, d. Samuell and Ruth, Jan. 5, 1732. 
Sarah, w. Jacob, Aug. — , 1735. 



234 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Parsons, Sarah, d. Zebulon and Sarah, Aug. 28, 1760. 
Sarah, w, Solomon, smallpox, Jan. 29, 1779, in her 65th y. 

G. R. 1. 
Sarah, w. Benj[amin], — , 1780. p. r. 422. 
Sarah, Jan. 5, 1792. c. r. 5. 
Sarah, Nov. 2, 1815. c. r. 1. 

Sarah, wid.. Rev. Obediah, Feb. 6, 1819, a. 64 y. c. R. 2. 
Sarah, wid., consumption, Mar. 5, 1819, a. 66 y. c. r. 1. 
Sarah, bur. Oct. 22, 1828, a. 67 y. c. r. 6. 
Sarah [wid. John c. r. 6.], at the poorhouse, Sept. 8, 1836, a. 

47 y. 
Sarah, wid.. May 16, 1839, a. 78 y. c. R. 1. 
Sarah, d. Joseph, jr. and Elizabeth, dropsy on the brain, May 

6, 1849, a. 1 y. 8 m. 3 d. 
Sarah Elizabeth, d. Lemuel, bur. Sept. 19, 1825, a. 2 y. c. r. 6. 
Sarah Maria, d. Aaron and Sarah, Sept. 25, 1832. 
Sarah (Norton), wid., July 25, 1726, a. abt. 56 y. 
Solomon, Mar. 24, 1779, a. 74 y. g. R. 1. 
Solomon, suddenly, Oct. 5, 1807, a. 68 y. c. R. 1. 
Sophia, hemorrhage, bur. May 21, 1834, a. 28 y. c. R. 6. 
Susan, May 17, 1843. p. r. 385. 

Susanna, d. Jonathan and Susannah (Hadley), Oct. 7, 1739. 
Susanna, d. Benjamin and Susanna, Mar. 16, 1805. [a. 7_ m. 

G. r. 5.] 
Susanna [w. Benjamin, g. r. 5.], fever, Aug. 30, 1817, a. 32 

y. c. r. 1. [Aug. 27. g. r. 5.] 
Susanna Abigail, d. twin, Aaron w. and Sarah, Feb. 11, 1841. 
Susannah, d. Daniel, Apr. 1, 1737, a. abt. 2^/^ y. 
Susannah, bur. June 19, 1819, a. 22 y. c. r. 6. 
Sydney A., s. Gorham and Abigail [M. g. r. 5; (Challis), 

p. R. 719.], fits, Aug. 28, 1847, a. 2 y. 1 m. 17 d. 

Tammy V. (Goss), w. James . 

Thomas, Mar. 13, 1731-2, in his 30th y. 

Thomas, bur. Dec. 2, 1816. c. R. 3. 

Thomas, m., mariner, Jan. 17, 1832, a. 40 y. 

Warren, s. Samuel and Eliza, Feb. — , 1830. 

Wenry, — , 1815. c. r. 3. 

Whinerey, d. — , 1841. g. r. 2. 

William [Dea. g. r. 1.], Representative, July 10, 1755, in his 

55th y. 
William, s. Rev. Obadiah and Sarah Parsons, at Ipswich Ham- 
let, smallpox, Mar. 16, 1778, a. 2 y. 4 m. 18 d. c. R. 3. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



235 



Parsons, William, Capt, [h. Martha (Pool), p. r. 728.], bur. 

Nov. 5, 1823. c. R. 6. [d. Nov. 12. p. r. 728.] 
William, Capt., d. Nov. 12, 1828. G. R. 12. 
W[illia]m, Dec. 22, 1831, a. 25 y. c. R. 1. 
William, 4th, Dec. 29, 1831. 
William W., s. William W. and Mary (Hartley), May 4, 

1837. p. R. 194. 
Winslow, s. Samuel and Rebecca, bowel complaint, Nov. 9, 

1846, a. 1 y. 6 m. 
Zebulon, Oct. 4, 1815. c. r. 3. 



Zebulun 
Zebulun 



m 



s. Jonathan and Lydia, Dec. 15, 1720. 

h. Mary [(Cook), p. r. 206.], Apr. 11, 1834. 

ch. James, jr. and Sarah, . [after Jan. 27, 

1759?] 

Mrs., childbirth, bur. Oct. 21, 1804. c. R. 6. 

ch. Isaac, Oct. 23, 1805. c. r. 1. 

inf. ch. Josiah, Nov. 1, 1805, a few months, c. r. 3. 

ch. Benj[ami]n, Mar. 18, 1806. c. R. 1. 

inf. ch. Josiah, Oct. 6, 1806. c. r. 3. 

ch. Benj[amin], Mar. 9, 1808. c. R. 1. 

wid. Eben, bur. Apr. 16, 1809. c. R. 6. 

young ch. John, bur. Dec. 11, 1812. c. r. 6, 

ch. W[illia]m, bur. Dec. 13, 1813, a. abt. 3 y. C. R. 6. 

inf. ch. Samuel, bur. Aug. 29, 1814. c. R. 6. 

ch. Samuel, bur. Sept. — , 1814, a. 2J/2 y. C. R. 6. 

w. Andrew, asthma and dropsy, bur. Jan. 6, 1815. 
R. 6. 

wid., fever, Apr. 14, 1816. c. r. 1. 

ch. J., affection of the brain, Apr. 27, 1816, a. 13 
c. R. 1. 

wid., old age, Sept. 28, 1816, a. 94 y. c. r. 1. 

ch. Josiah, deceased, Oct. 6, 1816. c. R. 3. 

inf. ch. John, bur. Apr. 7, 1817. c. r. 6. 

inf. ch. Nehemiah, jr., bur. July — , 1818. C. R. 6. 

ch. Moses, fever. Mar. 6, 1819, a. 6 m. c. R. 1. 

s. Capt. John, bur. Oct. 23, 1819. c. r. 6. 

bur. Jan." 28, 1820, a. 70 y. c. R. 6. 

inf. ch. Moses, of Eastern Point, bur. Oct. 2, 1821. 
R. 6. 

inf. ch. John, June 7, 1823, a. 9 or 10 m. c. R. 3. 

ch. Eben, bur. Sept. 25, 1824. c. R. 6. 

inf. ch. Isaac, bur. Feb. 7, 1825. c. r. 6. 



236 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Parsons, , inf. s. Lemuel, bur. Mar. 6, 1827. c. r. 6. 

, w. W[illia]m Pew, July 9, 1827. c. R. 3. 

, ch. John Morgan, bur. July 16, 1828, a. 2 w. c. r. 6. 

, Capt., at the workhouse, May 13, 1830, a. 73 y. c. r. 1. 

, inf. s. Charles, deceased, and Mary, bur. Dec. 20, 

1830. c. R. 6. 

, d. Lemuel, bur. May — , 1831, a. 6 y. c. R. 6. 

, inf. d. Nehemiah, jr., bur. July 3, 1831. c. r. 6. 

, inf. d. Lemuel, bur. Apr. 12, 1832. c. r. 6. 

, d. Lemuel, bur. Aug. 24, 1832, a. 2 m. c. r. 6. 

, ch. Elizabeth Ann, bur. Aug. 13, 1838, a. 2 w. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Solomon, measles, bur. Apr. 11, 1841, a. 10 m. 

c. R. 6. 

, d. Samuel, bur. May 27, 1842, a. 4 d. c. r. 6. 

, s. Samuel, 3d, and Eliza, June 17, 1843, a. 1 d. 



•, inf. d. Samuel, bur. June 21,1843. c. r. 6. 

, Mrs., bur. Oct. 31, 1843, a. 77 y. c. r. 6. 

, s. Nehemiah and Maria, croup, Sept. 27, 1847, a. 9 d. 

PATCH, Elbridge, ch. Isaac and Hannah (Pool), June 4, 

1833. p. R. 751. 
Reuben, Capt., at the southward, Apr. — , 1828. c. r. 3. 

PATEE (see also Pette), Susannah, wid.. Mar. 10, 1735-6, 
in her 84 y. 

PATRICK, Eliza, d. James, bur. Feb. 7, 1816, a. 5 y. c. r. 6. 

Martha, w. James; . [after Apr. 1797?] 

, s. , bur. Feb. 17, 1806, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 

PATTEE, see Patee. 

PATTEN, Lydia, June 19, 1821, a. 51 y. g. r. 1. 

PAUL, Abigail H., w. James, Jan. 10, 1836. 

David, at the poorhouse. May V, 1830, a. 52 y. [a. 51 y. c. R. 

Mary Jane (Dennison), w. Nathaniel, Nov. 1, 1844. p. r. 

297. 
Susan Woodman, d. James and Abigail H., Apr. 26. 1837. 

PEABODY, Alfred, s. James and Susan, Oct. 12, 1830. 
Alphonso Mason, s. Abijah and Emily [W. g. r. 5.], Apr. 10, 
1842, a. 13^ y. c. R. 1. [Apr. 11, a. 18 m. g. r. 5.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 237 

Peabody, Ann, d. James and Susan, July 20, 1839 [a. 11 y. 

G. R. 11; July 28. c. R. 1.] 
Asa, d. — , 1839. g. r. 9. 
Charles M., s. Oliver and Sarah, dysentery, Dec. 12, 1849, a. 

6 m. 15 d. 
Emily Williams, d. Abjah and Emily [W. G. R. 5.], fits, June 

7, 1844, a. 10 m. 5 d. [June 6. a. 10 w. c. r. 1.; June 

5. a. 11 w. G. R. 5.] 
George Henry, s. James and Susan, June 7, 1825. 
George Henry, s. James and Susan, Dec. 27, 1826. 
Susan Ann, d. James and Susan, Nov. 27, 1827. 
William S. [O. G. r. 9.], s. Oliver and Sarah, canker, Dec. 15, 

1849, a. 3' y. 4 d. 

«' , inf. s. James, bur. July 29, 1825. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Mr., Nov. 14, 1827, a. 5 y. c. r. 1. 

PEACH, Edward, s. Thomas and Sarah, Sept. 9, 1830. [Sept. 

c. r. 3.] 
Thomas, stone worker, explosion of stone, June 26, 1845, a. 

45 y. 

PEARCE (see also Pierce), Abigail, Mrs., July 4, 1766, in her 

83d y. G. R. 1. 
Abigail, w. Capt. Henry, bur. Feb. 28, 1808, a. 28 y. c. R. 6. 
Bethiah, w. David, June 19, 1792, in her 53d y. G. R. 1. 
Clara S. Sargent, d. William, jr. and Clarissa [(Sargent), 

p. R. 752.], Apr. 6, 1830. 
David, Capt., bur. Mar. 18, 1818. c. R. 6. 
Edward H. jr., s. Edward and Eliza (Gilbert), June 2, 1825. 

p. R. 753. 
Eliza G., spinster, d. Edward H. and Mary B., typhus fevet^ 

Oct. 6, 1847, a. 22 y. 10 m. 6 d. 
Eliza G[(ilbert), p. r. 753.], w. Edward H., bur. Jun^ 18, 

1823. c. R. 6. [d. June 17. p. r. 753.] 
Elizabath, w. John, July 3, 1673. 
Elizabeth B., Dec. 7, 1823, a. 62 y. G. R. 1. 
Frederick Augustus Oilman, s. David and Abigail, Feb. 10, 

1799, a. 4 y. g. R. 1. 
George W., inf. s. Capt. George W., bur. June 21, 1820. 

c. R. 6. 
Henry, Capt., bur. May 26, 1823. c. R. 6. 
Jean, Aug. 18, 1706. 
John, Dec. 15, 1695. 



238 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Pearce, John, s. John, Sept. 25, 1712. 

John Stevens s, [inf. s, Capt. c. r, 6.], William, jr. and Clar- 
issa [(Sargent), p. r. 752.], June 4, 1821. 
John Stevens, s. [Capt. c. r. 6.], William, jr. and Clarissa 

[(Sargent), p. r. 752.], June 26, 1825. 
Mary Ingersoll, d. David and Abigail, Sept. 21, 1798, a. 18 

m. G. R. 1. 
Nancy, Miss, Jan. 27, 1801, a. 7 y. g. r. 1. 
Susan Brown, d. Edward H, and Mary, July 13, 1841. 
Thomasine [Brown g. r. 12.], w. Col. William, Feb. 16, 1821, 

a. 68 y. c. R. 6. 
William, jr. [Capt. c. r. 6.], h. Clarissa [(Sargent), p. r. 

752.], Dec. 14, 1841. [a. 64 y. c. r. 6.] 
William [Col. g. r. 12.], m., merchant, s. David and Susanna, 

old age, Feb. 3, 1845, a. 93 y. 1 m. 12 d. [a. 94 y. g. r. 

12.] 

PEARSON (see also Parsons), Abigail, d. James and Abigail, 

July 27, 1784, a. 8 m. G. R. 1. 
Abigail, d. James and Abigail, Feb. 18, 1796, a. 15 m. g. r. 1. 
Abigail [W. William, g. r. 1.], dysentery, Sept. 30, 1807. a. 

48 y. c. R. 1. 
Almira, d. William and Margaret, dropsy of the head, Nov. 

20, 1845, a. 1 y. 15 d. 
Anna, d. William and Anna, — , 1767. 
Anna, w. Capt. William, Sept. 11, 1777, a. 32 y. g. r. 1. 
Betsey, d. Enoch and Elizabeth (Wheton), Apr. 16, 1769. 

P. R. 755. 
Edward, dysentery, Sept. 20, 1826, a. 3' y. c. r. 1. 
Eliza, d. Susan, at the workhouse, Sept. 13, 1814, a. 10 m. 
Elizabeth, w. Capt. William, Sept. 22, 1788, a. 43 y. g. R. 1. 
Elizabeth (Wheton), w. Enoch, Aug. 27, 1775. p. r. 755. 
Enoch, h. Elizabeth (Wheton), Mar. 28, 1813. p. r. 755. 
James, Capt., Mar. 24, 1789, in his 77th y. g. r. 1. 
James, Maj., Oct. 14, 1793, a. 41 y. g. R. 1. 

James, s. James and Abigail, lost at sea, . 

Lucy [D. c. R. 1.], w. Samuel, Dec. 22, 1831. 

Mary [w. Samuel, g. r. 5.], Aug. 13, 1838, a. 32 y. c. R. 1. 

Mary Jane, d. William and Margaret, drowned, June 8, 1847, 

a. 6 y. 2 m. 24 d. 
Nabby, d. James, jr. and Abigail, July 27, 1784. 
Nabby, d. James, jr. and Abigail, July — , 1785, a. 20 d. 
Polly, d. James, jr. and Abigail, — , 1808. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 239 

Pearson, Susanna, 'by a fall,' Aug. 4, 1806, a. 47 y. c. r. 1. 

■W[illia]m, Capt., Dec, 5, 1826, a. 85 y. c. r. 1. [a. 86 y. 
G. R. 1.] 

William B., last ch. William, May 7, 1825, a. 27 y. G. R. 1. 

William Buonaparte, s. William and Abigail [ — , 18 — . dif- 
ferent ink.] 

, ch. Sam[ue]l and Mary, July — , 1838, a. 4 d. c. r. 1. 

PEERCE (see also Pierce), Ann, w. Tho[mas], 26:11 m:1667. 

CT. R. 

PEIRCE (see also Pierce), James W., s. Andrew and Lucy, 

Mar. 12, 1821, a. 26 y. 6 m. g. r. 2. 
John, b. Boston, s. John and Charity, consumption, Oct. 12, 

1846, a. 58 y. 

PELHAM, Thomas, Capt., Jan. 23, 1805, a. 33 y. G. r. 1. 
PENDERGRESS, James, at the workhouse, Dec. 9, 1813. 
PENNIEL, Thomas, Mar. 31, 1723, a. abt. 34 y. 

PENNY (see also Peny), Ann, w. Thomas, 26:11 m:1667. 

Thomas, jr., one of the company of the schr. Brittannia, 
Thomas Wharfe master, supposed lost on a fishing trip, 
after Dec, — , 1754. 

PENY (see also Penny), Agnus, 23:12 m:1681. 

PERIGO, Abigal, w. David, — , 1764. 

PERKFNS, Aaron, m., mariner on schooner Byron, lost on 

Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 31 y. 
Caroline S., d. George and Mary, Oct. 20, 1841, a. 15 m. 

G. R. 5. 
Charles W., s. Stephen and Rachel, croup, bur. at Boston, d. 

July 27, 1845, a. 3 y. 11 m. 15 d. 
David, s, David and Lois, consiunption, Mar. 5, 1845, a. 9 

m, 13 d. 
Dolly, — , 1842, c, R, 8. 
Edward N., s. Edward and Mary, Dec. 20, 1842, a. 1 y. 8 

m. G. R. 5. 



240 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Perkins, Fitz W., s. David and Lois, croup, May 20, 1844, 

a. 1 y. 7 m. 9 d. 
Francis, with Daniel Stanley, master of schr., lost on a fishing 

voyage near Isle of Sables, abt. middle of Aug., 1716, a. 

17 y. 
Francis M., of Essex, bur. Jan. 4, 1837, a. 26 y. c. R. 6. 
John P., s. Olcutt and Jane, consumption, June 18, 1849, a. 

2 y. 3 d. 
Jonathan, Avidr., b. Ipswich, mason, s. Jonathan, consumption, 

Apr. 8, 1848, a. 68 y. 1 m. 28 d. 
Mary, wid. Capt. Benjamin, Mar. 21, 1759, a. in her 53d y. 

G. R. 1. 
Mary Eliza, d. George and Mary, croup, June 2, 1845, a. 4 

m. 7 d. [a. 3 m. g. r. 5.] 
Matthew, s. Jonathan, bur. Nov. 29, 1836, a. 7 y. C. R. 6. 
Sally, bur. Oct. 5, 1820. c. R. 3. 
Susan M., d. George and Mary, bowel complaint, Sept. 1, 1847, 

a. 7 m. 3 d. [Aug. 31. G. r. 5.] 
Susanna, w. James, bur. Dec. 11, 1831. C. r. 6. 

, ch. , bur. July 10, 1825, a. 6 m. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. , bur. Aug. 10, 1831. c. R. 6. 

PERRY, Emily, d. W[illia]m and Emily, fever, Apr. 13, 

1845, a. 10 y. 
John, at the poorhouse. May 31, 1837, a. 73 y. [a. 71 y. c. R. 

6.] 

PERSONS (see also Parsons), Andrew, s. Nathanaell and Abi- 

gaill, July 25, 1703. 
Ebenazar, s. Jephery and Sarah, Jan. 6, 1680. 
Ebenezer, May 29, 1692. 
Jephery, sr., Aug. 19, 1689. 
Sarah, wid., Jan. 12, 1707-8. 
William, s. Jephery, Apr. 21, 1693. 

PETERS, Abigail, wid. Joseph, consmnption, Sept. 5, 1843, a. 

51 y. 20 d. [a. 52 y. c. r. 6 ; Sept. 6. g. r. 8.] 
Henry, suddenly, bur. Oct. 24, 1807, a. 53 y. c. R. 6. 

PETTE (see also Patee), Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Patience, 
Oct. 25, 1731, a. 10 m. 25 d. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 24 1 

PETTINGALE (see also Pettingell), Abby D., d. Charles D. 
and Abby, scarlet fever, Feb. 20, 1849, a. 1 y. 6 m. 3 d. 
Warren, fisherman, consumption, Aug. 20, 1845, a. 30 y. 

PETTINGELL (see also Pettingale), Abby P., d. Charles D. 
and Martha P., d. — , 1848. G. R. 5. 

PETTINGILL, Edward G., s. Allen and Sarah M. (Curtis), 

June 5, 1836. p. r. 759. 
Mary E., d. Allen and Sarah M. (Curtis), Aug. 7, 1839. p. r. 

759. 

PEW, Addison, at the poorhouse, Jan. 30, 1836, a. 22 y. 

Alice, w. William jr., Jan. 22, 1814. , 

Betsey, w. Dolliver, May 8, 1835. c. R. 9. 

Charles Fitz, s. Dolliver and Olivia, canker on the bowels, 

Sept. 13, 1848, a. 1 y. 2 m. 22 d. 
Ebenezer A., fever, Dec. 14, 1815, a. 17 y. c. r. 1. 
Eliza, w. Henry, dysentery, Sept. 25, 1849, a. 42 y. 11 m. 7 

d. [a. 43 y. G. R. 5.] 
John James, s. John and Sarah [K. g. r. 5.], Nov. 19, 1838. 
Joseph A., s. Dolliver, May 17, 1837, a. 7 m. g. R. 15. 
Mary [R. g. r. 5.], w. Henry, consiunption, Aug. 24, 1845, a. 

35 y. 10 m. 6 d. 
Mary E., d. Henry and Mary K., Mar. 10, 1843, a. 14 y. 

G, R, 0» 

Mary Elizabeth, d. Henry and Mary E., dysentery, Sept. 1, 

1849, a. 7 y. 10 m. 14 d. [Sept. 2. a. 8 y. G. r. 5.] 
Mary Marshall, d. William jr. and Lois, Jan. 29, 1826. 
Priscilla T. [w. Charles H. G. R. 8.], m., d. John and Clara 

Barrett, consumption, Dec. 18, 1849, a. 28 y. 2 m. 
Susan [S. g. R. 15.], b. Danville, w. Dolliver, consumption, 

May 17, 1843, a. 42 y. 2 m. 25 d. 
Tammy, w. Joseph, canker, Oct. 28, 1845, a. 21 y. 1 m. 6 d. 
William, fever, Aug. 24, 1816, a. 21 y. c. R. 1. 
W[illia]m, Jan. 26, 1840, a. 107 y. c R. 1. 
William, jr., s. William and Lois, inflammation of the bowels, 

Jan. 16, 1846, a. 13 y. 8 m. 23 d. 
William, m., mariner, s. William and Abigail, heart complaint, 

Nov. 6, 1848, a. 73 y. 5 m. 3 d. 

, inf. ch. Dolliver, bur. Dec. 9, 1814. c. R. 6. 

, w. William, consumption, bur. Jan. 22, 1815. C. R. 6. 



242 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Pew,. , w. William, bur, July 6, 1825. c. R. 6. 

, d, twin D,, of Fresh Water Cove, lung fever, Jan. 31, 

1826, a. 16 m. c. R. 1. 

PHELPS, Mary F., w. Henry, July 5, 1825, a. 45 y. G. R. 1. 

Mary L., consumption, July 2, 1820, a. 45 y. C. R. 1. 
Polly, Oct. 28, 1825, a. 44 y. c. R. 1. 

PHILLIPS, , aboard a schooner from Halifax, bur. Feb. 

14, 1820, a. 36 y. c. R. 6. 

PHIPPS (see also Phips), Amos, Nov. 23, 1834. p. r. 586. 
Jonathan Sargant [s. Amos and Lydia (Lane), p. r. 586.], 

May 24, 1813, in his 6th y. G. R. 2. 
Sarah, at the poorhouse, Jan. 4, 1829, a. 79 y. 

PHIPS (see also Phipps), Amos, Apr. 8, 1772, a. 30 y. c. r. 3, 
Amos, jr. [s. Amos andLydia (Lane), p. r. 586.], drowned 

off Portsmouth lighthouse from the schooner Paramount, 

Oct. 20, 1823, a. 23 y. c. R. 3. 
John, Jan. 9, 1822, a. 75 y. c. r. 3. 
Mary, w. John, Nov. 8, 1821. c. r. 3. 

PICKERING, Catharine, d. Winthrop and Lucy [(Clark), 

p. R. 188.], — , a. 7 y. [1835. p. r. 188.] 
Elijah, h. Mary, Aug. — , 1828. 

PIERCE (see also Pearce, Peerce, Peirce), Andrew W., s. 

Alpheus C. and Abigail Jane (Wise), Feb. 12, 1835. 

p. R. 754. 
Eliza, d. Joseph and Elizabeth, of New Gloucester, Jan. 3, 

1813. G. R« 1. [a. 21 y. c. R. 6.] 
Hannah, d. Samuel and Mary, July 10, 1718, a. abt. 3 m. 25 d. 
Harriot, d. David, jr. and Bethia (Ingersol), June 6, 1778. [a. 

10 m. G. R. 1.] 
James, Mar. 12, 1821. c. r. 3. 

John, b. at Boston, d. Oct. 12, 1846, a. 58 y. G. R. 9. 
Jonathan, s. Samuel and Mary, Nov. 5, 1717, a. abt. 1 y. 7 m. 
Rachal, d. David and Susanna, Aug. 17, 1750. 

Sarah, wid. , Feb. 25, 1811, a. upwards of 70 y. c. R. 3. 

, an aged man at the workhouse, bur. June 10, 1812. 

c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 243 

PINKHAM, Mary Eliza, d. Robert and Eliza, dysentery and 
canker, Sept. 19, 1846, a. 2 y. 1 m. 7 d. 

PIPER, Martha, bur. Feb. 24, 1824, a. 84 y. c. r. 6. 

PLUMER (see also Pliinimer), Aaron D. [s. Aaron, c. R. 6.], 

Apr. 1, 1836, a. 21 y. 11 m. G. R. 5. [a. 22 y. c. R. 6.] 
Addison, Nov. 10, 1835. [a. 50 y. c. R. 6.] 
Anne, w. Dr. David, May 2, 1736, a. abt. 43 y. 
Augustus, s. William Henry, bur. Dec. 8, 1841, a. 5 y. C. R. 6. 
Daniel, h. Molly (Davis), Dec. 22, 1792. p. r. 272. 
Daniel, supposed to have fallen in the fire in a fit, found 

dead Dec. 1, 1840, a. 75 y. c. R. 6. 
David, July 13, 1801, a. 63 y. G. R. 1. 

Elisabeth, w. Dr. Samuel. [July 14, 1760, a. 30 y. G. r. 1.] 
Elizabeth, d. Dr. Sam[ue]l and Eliz[abe]th, Mar. 29, 1755, 

a. 7 m. G. R. 1. 
Hannah, w. [Dr. G. R. 1.], Samuel, Aug. 1, 1752. [in her 

21st y. G. R. 1.] 
Hannah, wid., conusmption, Feb. 19, 1847, a. 81 y. 
John Kittredge, s. Addison and Mary, Nov. 8, 1824. [a. 14 

m. c. R. 6.] 
Judith, w. David, Mar. — , 1762, in her 24th y. [Mar. 10. 

G. R. 1.] 
Lucy, m., d. James and H. Davis, consumption, Jan. 20, 1847, 

a. 68 y. 
Mary, d. Samuel and Mary (Low), Feb. 22, 1749-50. 
Marv, w. [Dr. g. r. 1.], Samuel, Oct. 15, 1749. [a. 23 y. 

G. R. 1.] 
Mary, d. Dr. Sam[ue]l and Mary, Feb. 24, 1750, a. 5 m. 

G. R. 1. 

Mary, w. [Capt. c. r. 6.], Addison, Jan. 21, 1814, 

Mary, wid., bur. June 19, 1833, a. 90 y. c. R. 6. 

Mary, w. Henry, dysentery, Oct. 15, 1848, a. 61 y. 2 m. 12 d. 

[Oct. 5. a. 60 y. 8 m. 18 d. G. R. 15.] 
Molly (Davis), wid. Daniel, June — , 1833, a. 90 y. 3 m. 

p. R. 272. 
William H., laborer, s. Henry and Mary, consumption, Nov. 5, 

1846, a. 34 y. 11 m. 7 d. 

PLUMMER (see also Plumer), David, s. David and Elisabeth, 

at Antiqua. Nov. 26, 1795. 
Elizabeth, w. David, Sept. 11, 1781, a. 40 y. 6 m. G. R. 1. 



244 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Plummer, Isaac, bur. Aug. 8, 1813. c. R. 6. 
Mary J. (Jones), w. James F., Dec. 20, 1837. p. r. 762. 
Samuel, Dr. fever, Jan. 3, 1778, a. 53 y. c. R. 3. 
Solomon, fever, Sept. 15, 1816. c. r. 1. 

, inf. ch. Joshua, fits,, Aug. — , 1804. c. r. 2. 

, d. Eben, bur. July 19, 1813. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Isaack, deceased, bur. Aug. 6, 1814. c. r. 6. 

POLAND, Abigail, at the workhouse, July 22, 1812, a. abt. 

80 y. 
Eliza, d. Aaron Day, dropsy following sore throat and scarlet 

fever, bur. Mar. 15, 1842, a. 12 y. c. R. 6. 
Harriet H., d. John F. and Elliot, Mar. 16, 1837, a. 3 y. 

G. R. 14. 
James, fever, at the West Indies, Feb. — , 1773. c. R. 2. 
John, drowned, Nov. 25, 1809. c. R. 2. 
John, ch. John Foster [Elliot, g. r. 3.], May 23, 1826. c. R. 

3. [May 24. a. 3 y. 8 m. g. r. 3.] 
John F., m., mariner, b. Essex, abscess [fever dup.], Dec. 16, 

1848, a. 55 y. 
John T., b. Essex, old age. May 6, 1843, a. 74 y. 
Joshua, Sept. — , 1795. c. r. 2. 
Susan W., d. John F. and Elliot, June 21, 1839, a. 18 y. 

11 m. G. R. 14. 

POLEN, Lydia, w. John, d. Silas and Sarah Bray, Oct. 3, 
1829, a. 25 y. g" R. 4. 

POOL (see also Poole, Pooll), Abagail, June 12, 1846. c. r. 
5. 

Abigail, w. Ebenezer, jr. [d. Stephen and Betsey (Patch), 
p. r. 6.], Sept. 20, 1825. 

Abraham [h. Polly Lufkin. p. r. 626 ; s. Caleb and Sarah 
(Howe), 2d w. p. r. 767.], Feb. 1, 1841. c. R. 5. [Feb. 
12. p. R. 767.] 

Albert, s. Ebenezer and Sarah Howe (Pool), Apr. 21, 1819. 
p. R. 779. 

Almira. winter of 1836. c. R. 5. 

Anna, d. Robert. Dec. 3, 1736. 

Anna, d. Caleb [and Martha (Boreman), p. r. 767.], distem- 
per in the throat, Mar. 28, 1738. 

Anna (Davis), wid. John. July 28, 1828. p. r. 770. 

Anna (Jackson), 2d w. Mark, Nov. 9, 1814. p. r. 4. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 245 

Pool, Benjamin, s. Solomon and Polly, Aug. 14, 1816. 
Betsey, d. Stephen and Judith (Grover), — , 1761. p. r. 766. 
Caleb, s. Caleb [and Martha (Boreman), p. r. 767.], May 24, 

1734, in his 4th y. 
Caleb, Dea. [smallpox, p. r. 767.], May 17, 1779. c. R. 5. 
Caleb [h. Lucy (Haskell), p. r. 768.], s. Caleb and Martha 

(Boreman), May 6, 1815. p. r. 767. 
Catherine, d. Winthrop and Eliza (Norwood), Mar. 5, 1834. 

p. r. 792. 
Clarissa, d. John and Anna (Davis), Feb. 20, 1832. a. 31 y. 

p. R. 770. 
Deborah, w. John, Feb. 1, 1717-18, a. abt. 33 y. [Feb. 2, a. 

32 y. 8 m. G. R. 1.] 
Deborah (Tarr), 1st w. Mark, Sept. 30, 1785. p. r. 4. 
Ebenezer jr., h. Nancy (Tarr), June 1, 1821. p. r. 791. 
Ebenezer Dea., h. Sarah (Grover), s. Stephen and Judith 

(Grover), May 30, 1842. p. r. 6. 
Eliza, d. Ebenezer and Sarah Howe (Pool), Apr. 30, 1828. 

p. R. 779. 
Eliza (Norwood), w. Winthrop, June 8, 1835. p. r. 792. 
Elizabeth, w. John, Feb. 13, 1720-21, a. bet. 30-40 y. 
Elizabeth (Howe), 3d w. Caleb, smallpox, — , 1779. p. r. 767. 
Elizebeth, w. Capt. Eben[eze]r, — , 1775. c. r. 5. 
Emily, d. Solomon and Polly, Feb. 20, 1834. 
Epes, s. Moses and Hannah (Tarr), Nov. 17, 1794. p. r. 771. 
Foster P., s. Zebulon and Betsey G. (Hale), June 12, 1835. 

p. R. 782. 
Francis, of Sandv Bav, bur. June — , 1804, a. "upwards of 50 

y." c. R. 6. 
Francis A., s. Ebenezer and Sarah Howe (Pool), Mar. — , 

1832. p. R. 779. 
Francis Norwood, ch. Ebenezer, jr. and Jerusha, 2d w., July 

29, 1833. 
George [h. Lavinia (Whalen), p. r. 793.], s. John and Sally 

[(Tarr), p. r. 781.], 2d w., Aug. 26, 1838. 
Hannah, d. Jonathan, distemper of the throat, June 13, 1738. 
Hannah, wid. Eld. Jonathan, June 4, 1777. c. r. 5. 
Hannali, d. Moses and Hannah [(Tarr), p. r. 771.], Mar. 

— [Apr. 6, 1787. p. r. 771.] 
Hannah, Jan. 12, 1849, a. abt. 85 y. c. r. 5. 
Henry, s. John and Sally, 2d w., Sept. — , 1805. [July 1» 

p. r. 781.] 



246 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Pool, Henry, s. John and Anna (Davis), drowned near 
Thatcher's Island, Nov. 13, 1817, a. 20 y. 5 m. p. r. 770. 

Irving, s. William and Sophia [(Tarr), p. r. 784.], Apr. 11, 
1828. 

Isaac, mariner, "sailed on the schooner Canton, Nov. 19, 1846, 
supposed to have been drowned on George's Bark in the 
gale." 

James, h. Tammy V. (Goss), on Cashias Ledge, severe gale, 
June 18, 1808. p. r. 239. 

James, s. Ebenezer and Sarah Howe (Pool), Nov. 3, 1810. 
p. r. 779. 

James, jr. [h. Emily (Choate), p. r. 796.], m., merchant, b. 
Rockport, s. James and Mary, lung fever, Sept. 11, 1847, 
a. 33 y. 11 m. 4 d. [a. 35 y. G. R. 5.] 

Jemima, d. John, May 6, 1738. 

Jemima, w. John, Jan. 21, 1750, in her 50th y. 

Jemima, at the workhouse, Feb. 3, 1823, a. 53 y. 

Jerusha (Kinsman), 2d w. Ebenezer, d. Maj. Francis and 
Lucy Pool Norwood, Nov. 17, 1848, p. R. 6. 

Job, s. John, throat distemper, June 12, 1738. 

John, May 20, 1727, a. abt. 60 y. 

John, s. Caleb [and Martha (Boreman), p. r. 767.], distem- 
per in the throat. Mar. 21, 1737-8. 

John, s. John, throat distemper, June 7, 1738. 

John [h. Patience (Witham), p. R. 422.], July 14, 1767. c. R. 
5. 

John , [after Sept. 1767?] 

John, s. John, fr. and Eunice [Collins (Tarr), p. r. 780.], 
July '29, 1817. 

John, s. Caleb and Martha (Boreman), Oct. 5, 1820. p. R. 
767. 

John, s. John, jr. and Eunice [Collins (Tarr), p. r. 780.], 
June 24, 1826. 

John, h. Anna (Davis), Oct. 25, 1820. p. r. 770. 

Jonathan, s. Robert, Dec. 15, 1736. 

Jonathan, s. Jonathan, July 21, 1738, a. abt. 2 y. 

Jonathan H., mariner, s. Dominicus and Clementine, consump- 
tion. May 7, 1847, a. 20 y. 7 m. [a. 20 y. 5 m. G. R. 2.] 

Joseph, h. Miriam (Trask), consumption, — , 1806. p. r. 778. 

Joshua, "supposed drowned by falling out of a canoe in weigh- 
ing the anchor," June 26, 173-. 

Joshua, s. Mark and Deborah [(Tarr), P. R. 4.], lost in Ship 
"Tempest" abt. 1781 or 2. c. r. 5. [1781. p. r. 4.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 247 

Pool, Joshua, s. Abraham and Polly (Lufkin), Nov. 23, 1800. 

p. R. 626. 
Joshua, h. Anna (Daniels), June 13, 1838. p. R. 232. 
Josiah, s. Caleb [and Martha (Boreman), p. r. 767.], throat 

distemper. Mar. 12, 1737-8. 
Josiah, s. Abraham and Polly, Aug. 17, 1813. p. r. 626. 
fosiah, s. Abraham H. and Rachel (Tarr), May 18, 1833. p. R. 

783. 
Josiah, at the poorhouse, Sept. 27, 1838, a. 50 y. 
Judith (Grover), wid. Stephen, July 2, 1822. p. r. 766. 
Judith, \v. Moses, consumption, Apr. 16, 1847, a. 53 y. 3 d. 
Lois, w. Capt. Francis, — , 1776. c. r. 5. 
Lois, d. Abraham and Polly (Lufkin), Mar. 31, 1808. p. r. 

626. 
Lois Story, d. Solomon and Polly, Nov. 11, 1836. 
Lucy (Haskell), wid. Caleb, Sept. 24, 1837. p. R. 768. 
Lydia [(Gott), p. r. 402.], w. Ebenezer, 3d, May 7, 1838. 

[May 6 dup.] 
]\Iark, s. Joshua, distemper of the throat, June 20, 1738, in his 

3d y. 
Mark, s. Mark and Sarah, July 14, 1808, a. 36 y. 7 d. p. r. 

776. 
Mark, Capt., s. Mark and Deborah (Tarr), July 14, 1808. 

p. R. 4. 
Mark, h. Deborah (Tarr), and Anna (Jackson), 2d w., Feb. 

11, 1815. p. R. 4. 
Martha, d. Caleb [and Martha (Boreman). P. R. 767.], throat 

distemper, Mar. 5, 1737-8. 
Martha [(Boreman), p. r. 767.], w. Caleb, Dec. 23, 1760. 
Mary, d. Jonathan, throat distemper, June 21, 1738, in her 

10th y. 
Mina, at the workhouse, bur. Feb. 4, 1823. c. R. 6. 
Miriam, d. Jonathan, distemper of the throat, Apr. 13, 1738, 

in her 8th y. 
Miriam, d. Joseph and Miriam (Trask), Jan. 28, 1826. p. R. 

778. 
Miriam (Trask), wid. Joseph, consumption, at Beverly, Apr. 

— , 1814. p. R. 778. 
Moses [h. Hannah (Tarr). p. r. 771.], s. Stephen and Judith 

(Grover), May 11, 1810. p. r. 776. 
Nehemiah, s. Robert, Nov. 26, 1736. 
Olive, w. John, Jan. — , 1800. 
Polly (Smith), w. James, May 27, 1830. a. 35 y. p. r. 777. 



248 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Pool, Polly. 2d, fever, Dec. 24, 1843, a. 61 y. c. R. 5. 
Rachel, at the workhouse, Nov. 15, 1825, a. 35 y. [a. 32 y. 

C. R. 1.] 

Romulus, s. Solomon and Polly, Mar. 4, 1828. 

Sarah, d. John, throat distemper. May 31, 1738. 

Sarah (Grover), w. Ebenezer, d. Joseph and Sarah (Page), 

paralysis, June 28, 1834. p. r. 6. 
Sarah [(Howe), 2d w. p. r. 767.], w. Dea. C[aleb, p. r. 767.], 

Feb. 26, 1770. c. R. 5. 
Solomon, jr., s. Solomon and Polly [of Sandy Bay cholera 

morbus, c. R. 6.], Sept. 27, 1805 [a. 2^ y. c. r. 6.] 
Solomon, jr., s. Solomon andPolly, Feb. 6, 1807. 
Solomon, jr., s. Solomon and Polly [of Sandy Bay. c. r. 6.], 

Nov. 17, 1812. [a. 18 m. c. R. 6.] 
Solomon, jr., s. Solomon and Polly, Apr. 9, 1814. 
Sophia, d. Abraham and Polly (Lufkin), Sept. 23, 1839. p. r. 

626. 
Stephen, h. Judith (Grover), Dec. 20, 1813. p. r. 766. 
Thankful, d. Abraham and Polly (Lufkin), Apr. 4, 1804. 

p. R. 626. 
William, s. Stephen and Judith (Grover), — , 1768. p. r. 766. 
William, s. Stephen and Judith (Grover), at Hallowell, Me., 

— , 1814. p. R. 766. 
William G., jr., consumption, Sept. 21, 1847. C. R. 5. 
William Grover, s. Ebenezer and Sarah (Grover), Oct. 11, 

1796. p. R. 6. 
William Heath, s. William and Sophia [(Tarr), p. r. 784.], 

Aug. 22, 1825. 
Winthrop, h. Eliza (Norwood), Mar. 5, 1838. p. r. 792. 
Zebulun, m., yeoman, s. Elisabeth, Apr. 20, 1847, a. 57 y. 

, Eld., — , 1776. c. r. 5. 

, ch. Francis, of Sandy Bay, bur. Dec. 18, 1807. c. r. 6. 

, wid. Francis, of Sandy Bay, bur. Apr. 24, 1810. c. R. 



— , ch. Aaron, of Sandy Bay, bur. Mar. 10, 1813. c. R. 6. 
— . d. Solomon and Polly Barber (Tarr), stillborn. May 

13, 1817. p. R. 786. 
— , inf. d. Rachel, at the workhouse, bur. Dec. 27, 1821. 

c. R. 6. 
— , inf. d. Winthrop and Eliza (Norwood), Jan. 24, 1831. 

p. R. 792. 
— , s. Winthrop and Eliza (Norwood), June 24, 1834. 

p. R. 792. i 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 249 

Pool, , d. stillborn, James and Emily, Aug. 14, 1843. 

, s. Aaron and Hannah (Going), Dec. 16, 1838. p. r. 

787. 

POOLE (See also Pool), Elizabeth, d. Joshua and Deliverence, 

May — , 1729. 
Sarah, w. John, Nov. 13, 1716, a. abt. 55 y. [a. 56 y. g. r. 1.] 

POOLL (see also Pool), John, s. John and Jemimah, Oct. 18, 
1730, a. 12 m. 

POPE, Pegga, Mrs., maiden, Jan. 5, 1799, a. abt. 90 y. c. R. 2. 

PORTER (see also Portor), Lydia, w. James, Nov. 4, 1773. 
[a. 31 y. G. R. 1.] 

PORTOR (see also Porter), Lydia, d. James, Nov. 4, 177-. 

POWELL, George, s. James and Martha, canker on bowels, 

Sept. 12, 1846, a. 1 y. 7 m. 4d. 
George, s. James and Martha, dropsy in the head, Apr. 25, 

1847, a. 5 m. 7 d. [1848 dup.] 
, d. [twin. CT. R.], Rowland [and Izabella ex. r.], Feb. 

10, 1657. 

POWERS, Allen, s. Patrick and Mary, dropsy, Sept. 4, 1849, 
a. 2 y. 1 m. 

PRADYE (see also Provde), Joseph, s. Joseph (Pradye alias 
Bray), , [be'f. Dec. 13, 1764?] 

PRENTISS, Henry, s. Dr. Henry and Caroline H., suddenly, 

July 18, 1827. 
Henry, Oct. — , 1839, a. 40 y. c. r. 1. 
Lydia, bur. May 9, 1819. c. r. 6. 
William, s. Henry and Caroline, July — , 1835. 

PRESON (see also Presson), Sally, Oct. — , 1807. c. R. 3. 

PRESSON (see also Preson), George H., s. Alfred and Mary 

A. diarrhoea, Oct. 1, 1847, a. 2 y. 8 m. 3 d. 
William, d. Dec. 8, 1830. g. r. 4. 
William, May 14, 1842. c. r. 9. 



250 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

PRIESTLEY (see also Priestly), Jane, w. Philip, Apr. 9, 1821, 

a. 49 y. g. r. 5. 
Mary, d. Phillip and Jenny, Sept. 1, 1826. 
William, s. Phillip and Jenny, Aug. 10, 1803. 

PRIESTLY (see also Priestley), Phillip, m., mariner, s. Phil- 
lip, consumption, Nov. 27, 1845, a. 75 y. 14 d. 

PRINC (see also Prince), Abigaill, d. John, June 5, 1706. 

PRINCE (see also Princ), Abigail, w. Capt. John, Dec. 4, 

1744, a. 64 y. 9 m. g. r. 1. 
John, s. John and Abigail, Jan. 8, 1718-19, a. abt. 7 y. 
John, Capt., Apr. 19, 1767, in his 92d y. o. r. 1. 
Margarett, Feb. 24, 1705-6. 
Martha, bur. Apr. 13, 1825, a. 29 y. c. r. 6. 
Susanna, d. John, May 19, 1716, a. abt. 1 y. 10 m. 
Susanna, d. John and Abigail, Mar. 7, 1724-5, a. abt. 2 y. 8 m. 
Thomas, s. Thomas, Jan. 29, 1679-80. 
Thomas, sr. Jan. 17, 1689-90. 
Thomas, Jan. 11, 1704-5. 

PRINDALL (see also Prindell), Keturah, wid. Eldad, at the 

workhouse, July 31, 1825, a. 76 y. 
Olive, d. Eliakim and Betsy, May 7, 1806. 
William, drowned, at Magadore, Jan. 5, 1811, a. 16 y. c. r. 1. 

, inf. ch. Elia[ki]m, Oct. 11, 1808. c. r. 1. 

, ch. Daniel, bur. Aug. 31, 1828, a. 5 m.c. r. 6. 

PRINDELL (see also Prindall), , inf. ch. Daniel S., 

bur. July 1, 1816. c. r. 6. 

PROCKTER (see also Procter), , ch. Joseph, bur. Feb. 

14, 1812. a. 30 h. c. r. 6. 

PROCTER (see also Prockter, Proctor), Ann, d. Joseph, jr. 

and Sally, May 14, 1838. [a. 3 m. c. R. 6.] 
Anna, d. Joseph and Sally, a. 3 m. g. r. 1. 
Charlotte, w. John, Apr. — , 1823. [Apr. 27. a. 34 y. g. R. 1 ; 

a. 35 y. c. r. 6.] 
Daniel Collins, s. Denmark and Lavinia, Jan. 15, 1824. [Jan. 

13 a. 9 y. G. R. 1 ; a. 10 y. c. r. 6.] 
Elisabeth, w. Joseph, . [after Apr., 1784?] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 25 1 

Procter, Elizabeth Richardson, d. Daniel L. and Olivia Rich- 
ardson, d. — , 1825. G. R. 5. 
Epes, s. Daniel E. and Lydia, Mar. 4, 1795. 
Frances Ann, d. Francis Epes and Ann, Feb. 9, 1832. [a. and 

c] [bur. Feb. 3. a. 12 m. c. R. 6.] 
Francis, ch. Humphrey and Lucy [(Haskell), p. r. 469, fever. 

c. R. 6.], Sept. 20, 1830. [a. 13 y. G. R. 4.] 
Francis E., mariner, s. Epes and Lydia, cancer, Aug. 19, 1846, 

a. 42 y. 20 d. 
Howard, s. Joseph [J. g. r. 5.], and Eliza Ann [(Gilert), 

p. R. 805.], dysentery, Sept. 16, 1848, a. 2 y. 3 m. 10 d. 
Isaac, Oct. 14, 1804, a. 56 y. G. R. 1. 
Joseph, h. Elisabeth, Jan. 29, 1805. [a. 61. v. g. r. 1.] 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Elisabeth, Oct. — , 1842. [bur. Oct. 23. 

a. abt. 75 y. c. r. 6.] 
Joseph J. [h. Eliza Ann (Gilbert), p. r. 805.], m., trader, s. 

Joseph and Eliza, dysentery, Sept. 2, 1848. a. 46 y. 2 m. 
Lavinia [Collins. G. R. 1.], w. Denmark, May 30, 1827. [a. 

42 y. c. R. 6.]. 
Lydia, w. Daniel E., Nov. 17, 1818. 
Lydia, d. John and Charlotte, Oct. — , 1831. [Sept. 8. a. 14 y. 

g. R. 1; bur. Oct. 31. c. r. 6.] 
Mary Elliot, d. Joseph, jr. and Sally, Feb. 13, 1841. [a. 7 y. 

G. R. 1.] 
Sally, d. Daniel F. and Lydia Oct. 10, 1798. 
Sally, d. Daniel F. and Lydia, May 31, 1801. 
Sally, w. Joseph jr., May 2, 1838. a. 35 y. 
William, s. Denmark and Lavinia, Oct. 5, 1821. [a. 17 m. 

G. R. 1.] 
William, s. W[illia]m and Elizabeth F., Aug. 24, 1849, a. 1 

y. 6 m. G. R. 5. 
William A., s. Francis E. and Ann, consumption, Feb. 1, 

1849, a. 11 y. 2 m. 12 d. 
William Henry, s. Daniel L. and Olivia Richardson, d. — , 

1834. G. R. 5. 

, inf. ch. William, Feb. 12, 1793. c. r. 2. 

, ch. Thomas, May — , 1810. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Thomas, Oct. 27, 1814, a. abt. 8 m. c. r. 2. 

PROCTOR (see also Procter), Elizabeth, d. Joseph, bur. Jan. 

5, 1816 (1817?) sic. c. r. 6. 
Elizabeth, wid., bur. July 28, 1817, a. 73 y. c. R. 6. 



252 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Proctor, Joseph M., s. William and Ruth (Bray), Sept. 25, 

1827. p. R. 96. 
Mary, w. Daniel E., bur. Nov. 22, 1818. c. R. 6 
Ruth, w. WiUiam [fever, c. r. 6.], Jan. 19, 1830, a. 69 y. 

G. R. 4. [a. 70 y. c. r. 6.] 
Ruth M., d. William and Ruth (Bray), May 24, 1827. p. R. 

96. 
William, Oct. 29, 1839, a. 76 y. o. r. 4. 

PROYDE (see also Proyed, Pradye), Elisabeth, w. Joseph, 
child bed. May 8, 1716, a. abt. 30 y. 

PROYED (see also Proyde), Joseph, s. Joseph and Sarah, 
June 16, 1722. 

PULCIFER (see also Pulsifer), Addison Plumer, s. Nathaniel 

and Dorcas, Nov. 20, 1817. 
Adeline, d. William and Mary, Apr. — , 1833. 
Benjamin, belonging to our army, Dec. — , 1778, a. upwards 

"of 20 y. c r. 2. 
Betsey, at the workhouse, Oct. 4, 1825, a. 39 y. 

Ebenezer, s. John and Sarah (Hunter), . [after 17S1?J 

Georgia Ann, d. William and Lydia, croup, May 16, 1843, a. 

1 y. 3 d. 
Oilman, Dec. 8, 1838, a. 16 y. g. r. 6. 
Hannah, d. Thomas, Dec. 23, 1736, in her 5th y. 
Isaac Procter, s. Nathaniel and Dorcas, Aug. — , 1841. [Aug. 

4, a, 24 y. g. r. 4.] 
Jacob, widr., old age, Nov. 2, 1847, a. 82 y. 3 m. 
Lydia Ann, d. Nathaniel and Dorcas, May 10, 1835. 
Mary, w, Edmund, Dec. — , 1763. 
Mary A., Mar. 23, 1822. p. r. 602. 
Mary Ann, d. John A. and Betsy, Mar. 23, 1829. 
Mary Ann, d. John A. and Betsy, Dec. 18,1833. 
Nancy, d. William and Betsy, Nov. 5, 1830. 
Pamela, wid. Jabez, old age, Oct. 7, 1846, a. 80 y. 
Pamela, spinster, lethargy, Feb, 18, 1847, a. 76 y. 

Sarah, d. John and Sarah (Hunter), . [after 1749?] 

Sarah, Jan. 14, 1849, a. 24 y. p. r. 602. 

Sarah C, July 30, 1836. p. r. 806. 

Susan Ann, d. Nathaniel and Dorcas, Apr, 10, 1819.  

Susannah, w. Capt. David, . [17 — ?]. G. R. 1. 

William, bur. Jan. 11, 1835, a. 42 y. c. R. 6. [ 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 253 

PuLCiFER, William, widr., yeoman, s. John and Sarah, old age, 

Sept. 17, 1848, a. 81 y. 6 m. 17 d. 
, ch. David, — , 1778, a. 9 m. c. R. 2. 

PULSEFER (see also Pulsifer), Sarah, w. Thomas, May 26, 
1728, a. abt. 22 y. 

PULSEVER (see also Pulsifer), John, jr., Aug. 27, 1707. 

PULSIFER (see also Pulcifer, Pulsefer, Pulsever, Pulsiver), 
Addison, s. Nathaniel, jr., Dec. — , 1818, a. 8 y. C. R. 2. 

Daniel, May 29, 1816, a. abt. 19 y. c. R. 2. 

David, June — , 1791, a. upwards of 90 y. c. R. 2. 

Edmond, May — , 1804, a. abt. 75 y. c. r. 2. 

Hannah C, d. Samuel and Eliza (Center), May 22, 1841. 
p. R. 154. 

Isaac, s. Nathan, Jan. — , 1789, a. abt. 6 y. c. R. 2. 

Jemima, w. Thomas, jr. child bed. Mar. 4, 1776. c. R. 2. 

John, drowned, Nov. — , 1814, a. abt. 25 y. c. R. 2. 

Lucy, w. Jacob, Nov. 14, 1807, a. abt. 35 y. c. r. 2. 

Mary, suddenly, Jan. 11, 1771. C. R. 2. 

Stephen, supposed to be lost upon the Banks in a violent storm, 
Apr. — , 1774, a. 18 y. c. r. 3. 

Thomas, Sept. 24, 1778, a. upwards of 80 y. c. R. 2. 

Thomas, Jan. 22, 1793, a. abt. 60 y. c. R. 2. 

, w. David, fever and old age. May 12, 1773, a. up- 
wards of 70 y. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Rachel, a scald, July 6, 1775. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. Thomas, jr. Mar. 4, 1776. c. R. 2. 

, ch. Edmund, June 15, 1777, a. abt. 5 y. c. r. 2. 

, w. Thomas, buried, Sept. 24, 1778, a. upwards of 80 

y. c, R. 2. 

— , w. Nath[anie]ll, Dec. 25, 1788, a. abt. 40 y. c. r. 2. 

, inf. ch. Daniel, Jan. 3, 1797, a. abt. 3 w. c. R. 2. 

'■ , wid. , May 27, 1808, a. abt. 77 y. c. r. 2. 

, ch. Nathaniel, jr. Apr. — , 1819. c. R. 2. 

, ch. William, bur. Apr. 6, 1834, a. abt. 2 y. c. R. 6. 

. inf. ch. William, bur. May — , 1843. c. R. 6. 



PULSIVER (see also Pulsifer), , w. John, bur. Mar. 

28, 1814. c. R. 6. 

PUMMEROE, John, Jan. 2, 1661. 



254 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

PUTNAM, Joseph Addison, s. Joseph and Marcy [measles. C. 

R. 1], Apr. 2, 1816. [Apr. 4. a. 4 m. c. R. 1.] 
Mary [w. James H. g. r. 13.], consimiption, Aug.. 21, 1834, 

a. 30 y. c. R. 1. 

QUAKLES (see also Quarls), John, s. John and Sara (With- 
am), . [after 1764?] 

QUARLS (see also Quarks), Sarah, w. John, Oct. 15, 1782, 
a. abt. 25 y. c. R. 2. 

QUEENIN, Peter, drowned, Lobster Cove, Nov. 24, 1813. c. r. 
3. 

QUINER, Noah, mariner, b. Beverly, sailed on the schooner 
General Scott, drowned in the gale, Nov. 25, 1846, a. 
33 y. 

RAND, Deb[or]a[h], consumption, Apr. 15, 1808, a. 30 y. 

c. R. 1. 
Thomas, Jan. 9, 1806, a. 30 y. c. r. 1. 
, inf. ch. Tho[ma]s, bur. Oct. 2, 1757. 

RANDAL (see also Randall), Robert, with Capt. James_of 
Scituate, and company, lost on voyage to Carolina, May 
— , 1733. 

RANDALL (see also Randal), Isaac, s. Isaac, Dec. 28, 1713. 

Isaac, Mar. 24, 1724-5, a. abt. 36 y. 

Josiah, s. Robert and Dorcas, Aug. 7, 1725, a. abt. 2 y. 

RAY (see also Rea), Samue[l] M., mariner, b. Wrentham, 
drowned, Sept. 6, 1846, a. 31 y. 9 m. 5 d. 

REA (see also Ray), Aaron, Aug. 25, 1756, a. abt. 16 y. 
Abigal, w. [Dr. g. r. 1.], Caleb, Sept. 2, 1749. [in her 25th y. 
G. R. 1.] 

READING (see also Readings, Reddin, Redding), George, at 

sea, — , 1812, a. 23 y. c. R. 2. 
John, Nov. 17, 1716, a. abt. 56 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 255 

READINGS (see also Reading), Lucy, bur. Aug. 29; 1819, a. 
22 y. c. R. 6. 

REDDIN (see also Reading), Hannah, bur. Mar. 18, 1826, a. 
59 y. c. R. 6. 

REDDING (see also Reading), William F., at Baltimore; 
Jan. 22, 1838, a. 39 y. G. R. 5. 

REED, Mary, Oct. 19, 1833, a. 11 y. 

Sally H., w. Thomas B., Nov. 1, 1836, a. 42 y. G. R. 1. 

Susan Ann, d. James and Nancy, Aug. 27, 1841. 

, ch. Martha [after Sept?], 1843, a. 2 y. c. R. 1. 

REYNOLDS, Henry, s. Joseph and Lucy, dysentery, Oct. 11, 

1846, a. 1 y. 9 m. 7 d. 
Lucy Maria, d. Joseph and Lucy P., Jan. — , 1843. 

RICE, Alexander, s. Alexander and Jane, Nov. 21, 1844, a. 

2 y. 2 m. 
Lester, h. Adeline (Going), Aug. 23, 1839. p. r. 816. 

RICH, Polly, at the workhouse. Mar. 12, 1817, a. abt. 45 y. 

RICHARDSON, Charles, s. Nathaniel and Eunice (Saunders), 

Nov. 15, 1822. p. R. 814. 
Charles, s. Nathaniel and Eunice (Saunders), July 6, 1828. 

p. R. 814. 
Jabez, consumption, June 5, 1843. c. r. 5. 
Johnny, s. Peter and Patty, [after Sept. 1773?] 
Lydia D. Mrs., consumption, June 23, 1843. c. R. 5. 
Mary, wid. Lewis, fits, June 2, 1849, a. 44 y. 2 m. 21 d. 
Mary E., b. Danvers, w. Nathan, consumption, Sept. 18, 1845, 

a. 19 y. 3 m. 22 d. [Sept. 17. a. 19 y. 5 m. g. r. 16.] 
Nathaniel, consumption, Aug. 6, 1848. c. R. 5. 
Simeon, at the poorhouse, Sept. 10, 1827, a. 64 y. 
Thomas G., b. Cambridgeport, s. Loa and Mary, fits, Apr. 22, 

1848, a. 13 y. 11 m. 8 d. 
, inf. ch. Nathan and Mary E., — , 1845. G. r. 16. 

RICKER, Henry, s. Ira and Hannah, Oct. 21, 1833. 
Judith (Lane), w. Richard W., Nov. 6, 1847, a. 22 v. 3 m. 
p. R. 815. 



256 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

RiCKER, ch. Ira, bur. Nov. 1, 1832, a. 16 m. c. R. 6. 

RIDER, John, a stranger, drowned near the bar of Chebacco 
River, Oct. 1, 1784. c. R. 2. 

RIGEL, Elizabeth, of New York, consumption, Jan. 12, 1775. 
c. R. 2. 

RIGGS (see also Rigs), Aaron, s. Aaron and Thomasine, Sept. 

21, 1743. 
Aaron(?), w. Aaron, Aug. 1, 1773, a. 62 y. 
Aaron, at the workhouse, Aug. 26, 1811. 
Aaron, h. Martha (Adams), Sept. 25, 1827. p. r. 19. 
Abigal, w. John, jr., Mar. 30, 1732-3, a. 32 y. [in her 31st 

y. G. R. 1.] 
Alice, w. John, typhus fever, Apr. 17, 1847, a. 69 y. 17 d. 
Alice, wid. [Capt. g. r. 7.], Samuel, lung fever, Nov. 15, 

1847, a. 66 y. 7 m. 11 d. [Nov. 14. a. 67 y. G. R. 7.] 
Andrew, h. Nancy (Marchant), Dec. 27, 1814, p. r. 818. 
Andrew, jr., s. Andrew and Eveline, consimiption. May 9, 

1849, a. 1 y. 4 m. 
Ann, w. Thomas, Sept. 28, 1723, a. abt. 56 y. 
Anna, Apr. 15, 1723, a. abt. 20 y. 

Anna (Riggs), w. Aaron, , [Oct. 2, 1820. c. r. 3.] 

Asa, at the workhouse, Mar. 10, 1821, a. 61 y. 

Betsey L., d. Capt. Samuel and Alice, Aug. 6, 1820, a. 13 d. 

G. R. 7. 
Caroline, d. Fitz [Edward, p. r. 821.] and Elisabeth [Lane 

(Robinson), p. r. 821.], consiunption, Aug. 26, 1843, a. 

2 y. 2 m. 26 d. 
Caroline [2d. o. r. 5.], d. Fitz [E. g. r. 5.], and Elisabeth 

[L. g. r. 5.], throat distemper and scarlet fever, Sept. 5, 

1845, a. 2 y. 1 m. 5 d. 
Delia, d. Fitz [Edward, p. r. 821.], and Elisabeth [Lane 

(Robinson), p. r. 821.], scarlet fever, Aug. 28, 1845, a. 

9 m. 16 d. 
Delphina, d. Gorham and Dorcas, scarlet fever, Aug. 15, 1848, 

a. 1 y. 11 m. 22 d. 
Dorcas, w. Gorham, tumor, Oct. 14, 1848, a. 32 y. 5 m. 2 d. 
Dorothy, d. Aaron and Anna (Riggs), June 4, 1749. 
Elisabeth, wid. Thomas, June 16, 1722, a. abt. 80 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 257 

RiGGS, Elisabeth [Ann. p. r. 821.], d. Fitz [Edward, p. r. 

821.] and Elisabeth [Lane (Robinson), p. r. 821.], throat 

distemper, Aug. 21, 1845, a. 8 y. 5 m. 6 d. 
Elisebth, w. Thomas, May 19, 1727, a. abt. 59 y. 
Fitz E[dward 2d. g. r. 5], jr., s. Fitz [Edward, p. r. 821.] 

and Elisabeth [Lane (Robinson), p. r. 821.], scarlet 

fever, Aug. 31, 1845, a. 6 y. 7 m. 24 d. 
Fitz Edward, s. Fitz [Edward, p. R. 821.], and Elisabeth, 

[Lane (Robinson), p. r. 821.], canker, Jan. 12, 1849, a. 

22 d. 
George, s. Joshua and Margaret (Marchant), June 26, 1844. 

p. r. 820. 
Gorham, jr., s. Gorham and Sarah, scarlet fever, Aug. 31, 

1845, a. 3y. 7 m. 15 d. 

Gorham, widr., trader, s. Andrew and Nancy, heart complaint. 

Mar. 18, 1849, a. 40 y. 10 m. 11 d. 
Hannah, d. Aaron and Thomasine, Sept. 5, 1738. [in her 4th 

y. dup.] 
John, s. Jonathan and Sarah (Phipps), Oct. 6, 1742. 
John, Jan. 18, 1748, in his 80th y. G. r. 4. 
Jonathan, s. John and Ruth, Jan. 19, 1699-1700. 
Joshua, s. Joshua and Margaret, fever, Aug. 27, 1845, a. 6 m. 
Judith M. [(Sylvester), p. r. 32.], w. Nath[anie]l, Aug. 27, 

1838, a. 20 y. G. R. 5. [a. 23 y. p. r. 32.] 
Margaret, w. Joshua, consiunption, Jan. 15, 1845, a. 28 y. 4 m. 
Martha, d. Joshua, and Experience, Dec. 25, 1756. 
Martha (Adams), w. Aaron, Oct. 1, 1820. p. r. 19. 
Martha, spinster, d. George and Rachel, old age, Dec. 10, 

1846, a. 84 y. 11 m. 6 d. 

Mary, w. Thomas, sr., Jan. 23, 1694-5. 

Mary, w. Jonathan, July 31, 1742, in her 36th y. G. R. 4. 

Mary, d. Capt. Samuel and Alice, Dec. 27, 1805, a. 21 d. 

G. R. 7. 
Mary, wid. John, old age. May 11, 1843, a. 75 y. 9 m, 11 d. 
Mary, d. Gorham and Sarah, throat distemper and scarlet 

fever, Sept. 4, 1845, a. 6 y. 10 m. 
Mary T[ane (Marchant) p. r. 32.], w. Nath[anie]l, May 2, 

1842, a. 24 y. G. R. 5. [May 24, 1843. p. r. 32.] 
Osburn, s. [twin. p. R. 32.], Nath[anie]l and Abigail [F. 

(Marchant). p. r. 32.], canker, Sept. 30, 1849, a. 6 m. 
Osman, s. twin, Nathaniel and Abigail F. (Marchant), Sept. 

16, 1849. p. r. 32. 
Priscilla, w. Joseph, — , 1750. 



258 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

RiGGS, Rachel, at the workhouse, Mar. 7, 1813, a. abt. 75 y. 
Ruth, Mrs., — , 1732, g. r. 4, footstone. 

Samuel, s. George and Rachel (Elwell), . [after 1758?] 

Samuel [Capt. g. r. 7.], m., yeoman, dropsy, Apr. 23, 1846, 

a. 76 y. 8 m. 28 d. [Apr. 22. g. r. 7.] 
Sarah, w. Thomas, Nov. 18, 1715. 
Sarah, d. Aaron, Aug. 4, 1744, in her 18th y. 

Sarah, , [after 1751?] 

Sarah, wid., at the workhouse, June 25, 1818, a. 75 y. 

Sarah, Mrs., bur. Aug. 14, 1832, a. 87 y. c. r. 6. 

Sarah Ann, d. Thomas and Sally, Dec. — , 1833. [Dec. 2. 

p. R. 818.] 
Thomas, s. Thomas, Feb. 1, 1660. 

Thomas, town clerk about 50 y., Feb. 26, 1721-2, a. abt. 90 y. 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Sarah, Sept. 25, 1723, a. 18 d. 
Thomas, jr., Aug. 16, 1736, in his 47th y. G. r. 1. 
Thomas, Aug. — , 1756, a. 89 y. 8 m. 

Thomas, m., shoemaker, consmnption, Apr. 2, 1849, a. 56 y. 
Thomasine, w. Aaron, Aug. 21, 1743, a. 42 y. 
Timothy, s. George and Rachel (Elwell), . [after 

1744?] 
Timothy, s. George, June — , 1751, in his 7th y. 
Wentworth, s. Abraham and Elisabeth, — , — , 1768. 
Wentworth, s. Aaron and Martha (Adams), July 24, 1832. 

p. R. 19. 
William, s. Capt. Samuel and Alice, Apr. 15, 1807, a. 1 y. 

G. R. 7. 

William Marchent, s. Joshua and Martha, fever, June 11, 1845, 

a. 15 d. 

, twin sons, Aaron, Sept. — , 1796. c. r. 2. 

, ch. Aaron, — , 1802, a. abt. 8 m. c. r. 2. 

, an aged man at the workhouse, bur. Sept. — , 1811. 

c. R. 6. 
, ch. Aaron, May 27, a. abt. 9 y. c. R. 2. 



RIGS (see also Riggs), Jeams [only s. g. r. 1.], s, Thomas 
[jr. G. R. 1.], and Sarah, Dec. 4, 1730, in his 6th y. [in 
his 7th y. g. r. 1.] 

RING, Abigail, wid. consumption, July 24, 1817, a. 77 y. 

C. R. 1. 

Deliverance, d. David and Eliner, Oct. 9, 1709. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 259 

Ring, Edward, s. Bartholomew and Sally [consumption, Oct. 

6, 1810, a. 1 y; Dec. g. r. 1.] 
Elinar, w. David, June 10, 1713. 
Eliner, d. David and Eliner, Feb. 14, 1707-8. 
John, drowned at sea, Apr. — , 1725, a. supposed abt. 31 or 

32 y. 
Mary, w. William, Dec. 18, 1717, a. abt. 45 y. 
Mary (Bray), Apr. 11, 1725, a. abt. 77 y. 
Susannah, w. David, child bed, June 19, 1720, a. 24 y. 
Thomas, s. stillborn, David and Eliner, Oct. 31, 1710. 
William, Apr. 19, 1737, a. abt. 60 y. 
, ch. stillborn, David and Elinor, May — , 1713. 

RITCH, Rachel, wid., "at Dogtown, so called," bur. Aug. 11, 
1837, a. 96 y. c. R. 6. 

ROBARDS (see also Roberts), Mary, d. Benjamin and Ruth, 

Nov. 24, 1731. 
Samuell, s. John and Patienc, Aug. 2, 1727, a. abt. 17 y. 
Thomas, Dec. 26, 1818, a. 85 y. p. r. 827. 
William, s. Benjamin and Ruth, Nov. 1, 1729. 
William, s. George and Mary, June 1, 1837. 

ROBBARDS (see also Roberts), Charles, s. Soloman and Polly 

(Brown), July 29, 1807. p. r. 827. 
James, s. Soloman and Polly (Brown), Oct. 8, 1816. p. r. 827. 
Mary, d. Soloman and Polly (Brovm), Aug. 30, 1805. p. R. 

827. 
Soloman, s. Soloman and Polly (Brown), Apr. 3, 1819. p. R. 

827. 

ROBBERTS (see also Roberts), Comfort, d. John, jr. and 

Mary, Aug. 8, 1737. 
Patience, w. John, Oct. 13, 1749, in her 69th y. 

ROBBINS (see also Robins), Enoch, drowned, Aug. — , 1805. 

c. R. 2. 
Mary, dysentery, Nov. — , 1805. c. R. 2. 
Samuel, fever, at West Indies, Aug. — , 1805. c. R. 2. 
, d. Thomas and Dorcas (Thurston), — , 1770, a. 2 d. 

p. R. 824. 
, wid., . chronic disorder, Jan. 26, 1774. c. R. 2. 



260 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

ROBERS (see also Roberts), Ephraim, bur. Nov. 27, 1835, a. 
35 y. c. R. 6. 

ROBERSON (see also Robinson), Mary, d, Lydia, consump- 
tion, Nov. 12, 1772, a. 33 y. c. R. 3. 

ROBERTS (see also Robards, Robbards, Robberts, Robers), 

Abigail, w. Eliphalet, at the workhouse, Nov. 5, 1822, a. 

80 y. 
Abraham [suddenly, c. R. 6.], June 15, 1830, a. 63 y. G. R. 4. 

Barnaby, ch. , consumption, June — , 1776. c. r. 2. 

Benjamin, Apr. 4, 1777, a. upwards of 70 y. c. r. 2. 
Betsey, wid. Nathan, consumption, Nov. 20, 1848, a. 53 y. 
Charles, putrid fever, June 27, 1794, a. abt. 6 y. c. R. 2. 
Charles L [incoln Maj. c. r. 6.], Nov. 3, 1831, a. 19 y. G. R. 

12. [a. 49 y. c. r. 6.] 
Charles W., yeoman, s. Epes and Martha, consimiption, Aug. 

26, 1849, a. 31 y. 10 m. 13 d. [1847. G. R. 12.] 
Charlotte, d. Nathan and Betsy, constunption, Nov. 11, 1845, 

a. 20 y. 
Daniel, s. James, bur. Sept. 18, 1822, a. 7 y. c. r. 6. 
David, s. John, jr. and Mary, Aug. 9, 1736. 
Ephraim, jr. Dec. — , 1797, a. abt. 39 y. c. R. 2. 
Ephraim, fever, July 25, 1806, a. abt. 85 y. c. r. 2. 
Esther, Mar. — , 1804, a. abt. 20 y. c. r. 2. 
Hannah, wid.. Mar. 23, 1716-17, a. abt. 55 y. 
Jerusha, wid. , Aug. 17, 1807, a. upwards of 96 y. c. R. 

2. 
Job, June 16, 1725, a. abt. 24 y. 
John, sr., Jan. 10, 1713-14. 
John, Dea., Dec. 27, 1793, a. abt. 78 y. c. r. 2. 
John, of Annisquam, bur. Jan. 19, 1826. c. R. 6. 
John, only s. John and Nancy, Oct. 6, 1844, a. 23 y. g. r. 4. 
John H. [s. James, a native of France, amputation of a leg, 

c. r. 6.], Mar. 11, 1843, g. r. 8. [a. 37 y. c. R. 6.] 
Joseph Lincoln, s. Charles Lincoln and Elisabeth, July 27, 

1813. [a. 3 y. c. R. 6.] 
Joshua, Dec. — , 1802. c. r. 2. 
Levi, prisoner, with the French, Feb. — , 1799, a. abt. 21 y. 

c. R. 2. 
Levi, very suddenly, June 15, 1818, a. abt. 72 y. c. R. 2. 
Lvdia Mary, d. Joshua and Judith, consumption, Dec. 15, 

1845, a. 7 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 26 I 

Roberts, Mary, Aug. 16, 1717, a. near 21 y. 

Mary, consumption, bur. May 9, 1810, a. 21 y. c. R. 6. 

Nathan, m., yeoman, s. John, consumption, Apr, 23, 1845, a. 

53 y. 1 m. 
Nathaniel, fever, at Jamaica, Feb. — , 1800, a. abt. 20 y. c. R. 

2. 
Patience, d. John, Dec. 24, 1713. 
Patience, d. Ephraim and Dolly, Nov. 28, 1759, 
Peter, yellow fever, at Surranam, — , 1802, a. 16 y. c. r. 2. 
Rosilla, d. Stephen and Rosilla, Sept. 1, 1838. 
Sally, Mrs., Feb, 13, 1838, a. 76 y, g. r. 4. 
Samuel, s. Ebenezer and Sarah, Apr. 6, 1717, a. abt. 1 y, 5 m. 
Susanna, wid. Levi, Nov. — , 1830, a. 92 y. G. R. 12. [bur. 

Nov. 12. a. 92 y. 9 m. c. r. 6.] 
Thomas, mariner, b. Mt, Desert, Me., drowned at sea, Oct. 

6, 1849, a. 22 y, 

, ch, Eliphalet, Sept. — , 1783, a. abt. 3 y. c. r. 2. 

, inf. ch. William, mortification. May 31, 1784. c, r. 2. 

, ch. William, cough, Oct. 21, 1787, a. abt. 6 w. c. R 2. 

, w. Dea. , dropsy, jaundice, Oct, — , 1787, a. 

72 y, c. R, 2. 

, Mrs., bur. Jan. 20, 1824, a. 78 y. c. r. 6. 

, ch. James, bur. Apr. 25, 1813. c. r. 6. 

, w, Ephraim, Feb. 11, 1793, a, abt. 62 y. c, R. 2, 

! 

I 

ROBERTSON (see also Robinson), , ch. Stephen, July 

16, 1807, a. 7 y, c. r. 1. 
ROBINS (see also Robbins), Rachel, d. Nathan[ie]l, Dec. — , 

1796, a. abt. 5 y. c. r. 2, 
, inf. ch, Luther and Sarah, bur, Sept. 20, 1812. c. R. 6. 

ROBINSON (see also Roberson, Robertson), Abraham, Feb. 

23, 1645, 
Abraham, Dec. 28, 1724, a. abt. 48 y. 
Abraham, Dec. 31, 1824. c. R. 3. 
Alonzo, George and Susan, Nov. 21, 1834. 
Andrew, s, Capt. Andrew, Feb, 27, 1713-14. 
Andrew B., s. Daniel A. and Judith, Feb. 3, 1825. 
Andrew, W. I, fever, Oct. 1, 1809. c. R. 1, 
Benjamin, h. Betsy Fears, lost on Chatham Beach, Oct. 3, 1841. 
David, m., blacksmith, consumption. May 4, 1849, a. 36 y. 

[May 6. dup.] > 



262 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Robinson, Dorothy, d. Stephen and Sarah, Nov. 26, 1711. 

[Nov. 16. a. 10 d. g. r. L] 
Elisabeth A., w. John I., of consumption, July 25, 1842. 
George S., s. Henry, vaccination, bur, Apr. 5, 1840, a. 18 m. 

C. R. 6. 

Hannah, d. Abraham and Mary, Aug. 13, 1717, a. 26 y. 

Hannah, w. Samuel, . [bet. 1756 and 1761?] 

Isaac, s. Abraham and Sarah, Aug. 10, 1705. 

James, in the army, at Vermont, — , 1814. c. r. 3. 

James, cordwainer, s. Abraham and Betsy, consiunption^ Oct. 

1, 1843, a. 28 y. 
James O., s. Levi and Lavinia, croup, Oct. 30, 1844, a. 4 m. 

15 d. 
John, s. Abraham, at Havanna, June 1, 1820. c. R. 3. 
John, W. I. fever, Oct. 1, 1809. c. r. 1. 
Jonathan, Capt., bur. July 10, 1842, a. 77 y. c. r. 6. 
Jonathan, widr., fisherman, s. Isaac and Sarah, old age. Nov. 

20, 1843, a. 83 y. [Nov. 28. p. r. 278.] 
Judith, m., d. Nath[anie]l and Susan Parsons, consumption, 

Oct. 13, 1847, a. 28 y. 4 m. 
Lavina, w. Levi, consumption, Feb. 22, 1849, a. 31 y. 
Lucy, d. Abraham, Nov. 14, 1823, a. 5 y, c. r. 3. 
Lydia, d. Abraham and Lydia, Feb. 16, 1742-3. 
Lydia, d. Jona[than] and Sarah, fever, June 10, 1776, a. 15 

y. c. R. 3. 

Lydia, wid. , consumption, July 1, 1779, a. 77 y. c. R. 3. 

Lydia, Mrs., Mar. 12, 1842, a. 81 y. p. r. 278. 

Lydia, d. John and Sarah L. (Ingersoll), Jan. 21, 1843. p. r. 

829. 
Lydia R., wid., old age, Apr. 16, 1849, a. 82 y. 8 m. 16 d. 
Mary, d. Andrew, Feb. 25, 1707-8. 
Mary, w. Abraham, Sept. 28, 1725, a. abt. 76 y. 
Mary [w. William R. g. r. 6.], m., d. Jacob and Molly Rob- 
erts, fever, Apr. 2, 1847, a. 42y. [Apr. 5. a. 44 y. dup; 

Apr. 3. G. R. 6.] 
Rachel W., d. Benjamin and Betsey, Jan. 3, 1843. p. R. 330. 
Rachel Williams, d. Benjamin and Rachel Fears, Nov. — , 

1842. 
Rebeckah, w. Capt. Andrew, Nov. 11, 1743, in her 58th y. 

G. R. 1. 
Samuel, s. twin, Samuel and Dorcas, — , 1830. 
Sarah, w. Abraham, jr., Aug. 9, 1718, a. abt. 36 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 263 

Robinson, Sarah, w. Stephen, Oct. 15, 1720, a. abt. 37 y. 

Sarah, d. Abraham and Lydia, Sept. — , 1747. 

Sarah [Mrs. of Eastern Point, c. r. 6.], at the workhouse, Sept. 

26, 1819, a. 79 y. 
Stephen, at the poorhouse, Oct. 20, 1829, a. 69 y. 
Susan Davis, d. Daniel and Judith, consumption, Sept. 12, 

1848,, a. 34 y. 8 m. 4 d. 
, s. W[illia]m R. and Mary, suddenly, Sept. 7, 1847, 

a. 5 m. 17 d. 

, s. stillborn, Steven and Sarah, Dec. 9, 1704. 

, s. stillborn, Steven and Sarah, July 27, 1707. 

, ch. wid. Martha, consumption and rickets. Mar. 12, 



1773, a. 2 y. c. r. 3. 

, inf. ch. John, May 21, 1809. c R. 1. 

— , Capt., bur. Aug. 13, 1815, a. 84 y. c. R. 6. 

— , inf. ch. Samuel, "at the Farms," bur. Sept. 11, 1820. 

C. R. 6. ; I4 

— , ch. Daniel, — , 1825. c. R. 3. 

— , ch. James and Matilda, Aug. 22, 1844, a. 12 d. 

— , s. William and Mary, fever, Sept. 8, 1849, a. 16 d. 



ROE (see also Rowe), [Benj]amen, s. John, 24:7 m:1685. 
John, "the older," Mar. 9, 1661-2. 
Rechall, w. Hughe, Mar. 7, 1673-4. 

ROGERS, Abigail [d. John and Sarah, g. r. 1.], consumption, 

Jan. 19, 1819, a. 24 y. c. r. 1. [a. 25 y. g. r. 1.] 
Abigail, wid. [Rev. John! g. r. 1], old age. Mar. 12, 1819, a. 

80 y. c. R. 1. [Feb. 12. g. r. 1.] 
Ann Mansfield, d. Feb. 5, 1821. g. r. 5. 
Betsey, consumption, Sept. 3, 1807, a. 40 y. c. r. 1. * 
Betsey Willis, d. Charles and Elisabeth, Sept. 19, 1795. 
Ch[ar]l[es], dropsy, Jan. 15, 1809, a. 43 y. c. R. 1. 

Charles, s. Maj. John, , a. 1 y. g. R. 1. 

Clarissa, bur. Aug. 4th, 1836, a. 20 y. c. R. 6. 

Daniel, s. Daniel and Elisabeth, . [Dec. — , 1768, a. 

1 y. 5 m. 8 d. g. r. 1.] 
Daniel, Esq., suddenly, paralytic stroke, Jan. 5, 1800. [Jan. 

4. a. 63 y. g. r. 1.] 
Daniel, Capt., a highly respected shipmaster, Apr. 20, 1824, a. 

53 y. g. R. 1. 
Daniel W., consumption. Mar. 9, 1834, a. 40 y. c. r. 1. [a. 42 

y. g. r. 1.] 



264 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Rogers, Elias Clough, s. Samuel W. and Mary Jane [Nancy. 

G. R. 1.], Sept. 1, 1829. [a. 10 m. G. R. 1.] 
Eliphelet [D. jr. G. R. 5.], May 7, 1841, a. 5 y. 9 m. c. R. 1. 

[May 8. G. R. 5.] 
Eliphalet [Davis, g. R. 5.], m., mariner, s. Shubael G. and 

Mary, constmiption, Oct. 10, 1845, a. 32 y. [Oct. 11. 

c. R. 1.] 
Elisabeth, w. Daniel, Mar. 14, 1760. [Mar. 14, 1769, a. 29 y. 

G. R. 1.] 

Elizabeth (Gorham), w. Daniel, Mar. 4, 1769. 
Elizabeth, w. William, Dec. 28, 1823, a. 60 y. G. R. 1. 
Frederick Gray, Sept. 23, 1842, a. 8 y. 6 m. g. r. 5. 
George, s. Dan[ie]ll [Esq. G. r. 1.], and Rachel, drowned, 

July 4, 1792. [a. 6 y. 2 m. g. R. 1.] 
George Franklin, Apr. 30, 1838. [a. 7 y. c. R. 1.] 
Hannah, Dec. 2, 1833. a. 26 y. c. r. 1. 
Isaac, s. William and Betsy, Sept. 26, 1794. 
John, Maj., Nov. 27, 1802, a. 40 y. g. r. 1. 
John [A. M. g. r. 1.], Rev., suddenly, Oct. 4, 1782, a. 63 y. 
John [A. M. G. R. 1.], Esq. Nov. 25, 1827, a. abt. 79 y. c. R. 1. 

[Nov. 24, a. 80 y. g. r. 1.] 
John, jr., Oct. 26, 1834. p. r. 833. 
John, Oct. 21, 1841. p. r. 833. 

John L[ow. p. R. 833.], m., collector, s. William and Eliza- 
beth, dysentery, Sept. 7, 1849, a. 52 y. 4 m. 
Lucv, w. Timothy, Apr. 28, 1759, in her 33d y. G. R. 1. 
Lucy, wid. Samuel, bur. Dec. — , 1824. c. R. 6. 
Mary, 2d w. Rev. John, Feb. 5, 1766, a. 43 y. 
Mary, d. Dan[ie]ll and Rachel, Aug. 10, 1778. [a. upwards of 

'2 y. c. R. 2.] 
Mary, w. Capt. Daniel, d. at Roxbury, — , 1839. G. r. 1. 
Mary E., d. James and Mary E., Sept. 1, 1848, a. 11 m. G. R. 1. 
Mary Jane [Nancy, g. r. 1.], w. Samuel W. [consumption. 

c. r. 1.], May 23, 1833. [a. 30 y. c. R. 1.] 
Mercy, wid., numb palsy, Dec. 30, 1845, a. 75 y. 6 m. 
Nancy, d. John and Sarah, quinsy, suddenly. Mar. 29, 178-. 

[1788, a. 5 y. G. R. 1.] 
Orythia, w. George L. [d. John Wales of New Orleans, La. 

g. r. 1.], Dec. 24, 1834. [Dec. 22. a. 21 y. G. R. 1.] 
Phoebe, w. Daniel, jr., at Beverly, Jan. 11, 1815. 
Rachel, d. Daniel and Rachel, Aug. 19, 1771. [a. 7 m. 5 d. 

G. R. 1.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 265 

Rogers, Rachel, d. Daniel and Rachel, Oct. 11, 1773. [a. 1 y. 

8 m. 20 d. G. R. 1.] 
Rachel, d. Daniel and Rachel, June 5, 1815, a. 26 y. g. R. 1. 
Rachel [wid. Daniel, g. r. 1.], Nov. — , 1833, a. 84 y. c. R. 1. 

[Nov. 20. G. R. 1.] 
Samuel, consumption, Apr. 28, 1817, a. 36 y. c. R. 1. 
Samuel Willis, inf. s.. Dr. Samuel and Elisabeth, . 

[after 1770?] 
Sarah, w. John [consumption, c, R. 1.], Dec. 13, 1813. [a. 59 

y. c. R. 1.] 
Susan, Miss, Jan. 16, 1796, a. 21 y. g. r. 1. 
Susanna, w. Rev. John, Apr. — , 1746. [Apr. 20, in her 23d y. 

g, r. 1.] 
Susanna, d. Rev. John and Susanna, May 5, 1746, a. 17 d. 

G. r. 1. 
Timothy, Capt., June 22, 1766, a. 45 y. G. R. 1. 
Timothy, h. Clarissa, Sept. 13, 1826, a. 47 y. [Sept. 17, a. 48 

y. c. R. 1.] 
William. Capt., s. William and Elizabeth, Aug. 11, 1820, a. 

33 y. G. R. 1. 
William, Sept. 17, 1826, a. 43 y. C. R. 1. 
W[illia]m, Dec. 18, 1832, a. 72 y. c. R. 1. [a. 74 y. G. r. 1.] 
William E[dward. p. r. 833.], P., m., printer, s. Charles and 

Betsy, fit, Nov. 17, 1848, a. 46 y. 2 m. 13 d. [1849, a. 

45 y. G. R. 5.] 
, inf. s. Capt. Daniel, bur. May 15, 1814. c. R. 6. 

ROPPER, Mary Elisabeth, d. John and Betsy, Oct. 7, 1830. 
William Henry, s. John and Betsy, Sept. 6, 1827. [a. 4 m. 
c. R. 6.] 

ROW (see also Rowe), Abigail, W. Lieut. John [smallpox. 

p. R. 836.], Feb. 15, 1779. c. R. 5. [Feb. 5. p. r. 836.] 
Abraham, July 8, 1706. 

Abraham, s. Joseph and Abigail, Nov. 11, 1720, a. Ij4 y. 
Andrew, Aug. 15, 1700. 

Andrew, s. Samuel and Dorcas, May 11, 1721, a. abt. 1 y, 8 m. 
Dorcas, d. Samuell, May 2, 1711. 

Dorcas, d. Samuel and Dorcas, Sept. 20, 1723, a. abt. 1 m. 
Ebenezer, Sept. 24, 1692. 
Ebenezer, s. John and Mary, July 15, 1750, a. abt. 9 y. ' 



1 



266 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Row, Ephraim, s. Ebenezer, drowned, — , 1808. c. R. 5. 

Hannah, d. John, jr. and Sarah, — , 1792. 

Hugh, Dec. 11, 1696. 

Isaac, Feb. 23, 1722-3, a. abt. 40 y. 

Isaac, s. Lieut. John and Abigail, , a. 90 y. C. R. 5. 

Jabez, s. John and Mary, . [after 1738-9?] I 

Jacob, s. Jacob, Jan. — , 1713-14. 

John, jr., 'Nov. 18, 1690. 

John, Aug. 29, 1700. 

John, sr., Sept. 25, 1700. 

John, s. Stephen and Martha, Nov. 12, 1708. 

John, Lieut., — , 1781. c. r. 5. [Oct. 2. p. r. 836.] 

John, s. Ebenezer, drowned, — , 1808. c. R. 5. 

Lucretia, at Pigeon Hill, Dec. 8, 1824. c. R. 3. 

Margaret, d. Hugh, Dec. 11, 1675. 

Martha, w. Stephen, Dec. 4, 1718, a. abt. 39 y. 

Mary [(Baker), p. r. 836.], w. John, — , 1752. [Sept. p. r. 

836.] 
Mercy, d. Stephen, Oct. 31, 1736, in her 2d y. 
Samuel, at the workhouse, July 9, 1812. 
Samuell, s. Abraham and Bethiah, Jan. 1, 1704-6. 
Sarah, w. John, Feb. 15, 1699-1700. 
Sarah, Aug. 21, 1700. 
Sarah, d. Steven, Dec. 19, 1703. 
Stephen, s. Stephen, Dec. 27, 1703. 
Stephen, Apr. 28, 1731, in his 56th y. 
Symonds, s. Joseph and Anna, Feb. 11, 1783. * 
Thomas, Apr. 6, 1700. 
W[illia]m, at Pigeon Hill, Jan. — , 1824. c. R. 3. 

ROWE (see also Roe, Row), Abigail, w. David, Nov. 18, 

1808, a. 57 y. c. r. 1. 
Allen, s. John and Sarah (Pool), Apr. 14, 1788. p. r. 34. 
Anna, wid., bur. July 2, 1835, a. 58 y. c. R. 6. 
Anna [mother of Mrs. Anna Woodbery, g. r. 13.], wid., Mar. 

8, 1839, a. 81 y. c. R. 1. [Mar. 10. G. R. 13.] 
Bainbridge, s. Charles and Marietta (Smith), Apr. 8, 1828. 

p. R. 835. 
Benjamin, h. Dolly, Aug. 26, 1830. 
Betsey, wid., old age, July 25, 1843. c. R. 5. 
Betty, at the workhouse, May 23, 1825, a. 84 y. 
Charles, at the workhouse, Nov. 27, 1823, a. 42 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 267 

RowE, Daniel, s. Ignatius and Serena, consumption, Feb. 23, 

1845, a. 6 m. 15 d. 
David, supported by the town, at the workhouse [consumption, 
c. R. 1.], Apr. 2, 1816, a. 66 y. [Apr. 3, a. 64 y. c. r. 1.] 
Deborah, d. Ebenezer and Deborah (Davis), — , 1807. p. R. 

840. 
Deborah, w. Solomon, bur. Feb. 6, 1837, a. 80 y. c. R. 6. 
Deborah, old age and palsey, Sept. 1, 1846. c. R. 5. 
Ebenezer, at Sandy Bay, Dec. 25, 1826, a. 65 y. 
Eppes, drowned, at Beverly, June 22, 1810, a. 19 y. c. R. 1. 
Frances Amelia, d. John and Pamela, Nov. 14, 1840. [a. 11 y. 

c. R. 1.] 
Francis, s. Francis and Harriet, July — , 1831. 
George Henry, s. George and Sarah Ann, pleurisy fever, Aug. 

1, 1848, a. 9 m. 8 d. 
Hannah, d. John and Esther, Aug. 25, 1794 [a. 19 m. 15 d. 

G. R. 1.] 
Hannah, consumption, Jan. 30, 1844. c. R. 5. 
Harriet Newell, d. Jabez and Polly (Jackson), June 1, 1818. 

p. R. 521. 
Isaiah, s. John and Angeline, Dec. 26, 1834. 
Jabez, s. John and Mary (Baker), Oct. 19, 1811. p. r. 836. 
Jabez, jr., h. Polly (Jackson), Apr. 23, 1827. p. r. 521. 
James, old age. Mar. 26, 1819, a. 81 y. c. r. 1. 
James, s. James and Elisabeth, croup, May 6, 1846, a. 5 y. 

8 m. 
James, s. William and Emily, bowel complaint, Oct. 24, 1846, 

a. 1 y. 9 d. 
Job, h. Lois (Lufkin), June 17, 1795. 
Job, Capt., lost at sea, d. — , 1840. g. r. 5. 
John, s. John and Mary (Baker), at Ballston, N. Y., June 13, 

1801. p. R. 836. 
John, Esq., h. Esther, at Quincy, May 24, 1812. 
Johfi, jr., h. Esther, May 5, 1835. 
Joseph C. [G. c. R. 6.], h. Susan Maria, Mar. — , 1827. [bur. 

Mar. 8. c. r. 6.] 
Joseph J., s. George and Betsey (Loring), May 8, 1821. p. r. 

846. 
Joseph Jackson, s. Jabez and Polly (Jackson), May 23, 1817. 

p. r. 521. 
Joseph Jackson, s. Jabez and Mary (Davis), Aug. 23, 1824, 

a. 10 w, p. r. 475. 
Julia, d. Robert and Mary, May — , 1837. 



268 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

RowE, Lucy Ober, consumption, Feb. 10, 1846. c. r. 5. 
Marietta, d. John and Angeline (Kelly), June 14, 1829. P. R. 

529. 
Mark, s. John and Mary (Baker), at war, Mar. 17, 1778. p. R. 

836. 
Martha, d. Eben and Dolly (Gamage), Jan. 8, 1820. p. r. 

844. 
Martha [Ann. g. r. 5.], w. Timothy [d. Lemuel and Betsy 

Friend. G. r. 5.], typhus fever, Dec. 14, 1846, a. 20 y. 

5 m. 6 d. [Dec. 13. g. r. 5.] 
Mary, w. John, Apr. 25, 1684. 
Mary, old age, Feb. 15, 1807, a. 91 y. c. R. 1. 
Mary (Dresser), w. Jabez, May 6, 1808. p. r. 837. 
Mary (Davis), w. Jabez, Aug. 3, 1824. p. r. 475. 
Mary, w. Robert, Dec. 13, 1840. 

Mary, wid. Daniel, bur. June 23, 1842, a. 63 y. c. R. 6. 
Mary Grover, w. Jabez, May 6, 1808. p. r. 214. 
Polly, Apr. 14, 1816. c. R. 1. 
Polly, consumption, Nov. 13, 1842, a. 62 y. c. R. 5. 
Polly [w. Jabez, jr., p. r. 521.] dysentery, Sept. 18, 1848. 

c. R. 5' [Sept. 27. P. R. 521.] 
Polly J., Oct. 8, 1846. c. R. 5. 
Richard, at sea, — , 1809, a. 25 y. C. R. 1. 
Sally, w. James, Aug. 12, 1812. 

Samuel, s. John and Sarah (Pool), Mar. 3, 1774. p. r. 34. 
Sarah (Pool), w. John, Nov. 13, 1789. P. R. 34. 
Serena, w. Ignatius, consimiption, Aug. 17, 1845, a. 31 y. 27 d. 
Solomon, s. Benjamin and Dolly, Sept. — , 1826. [Sept. 2, 

p. R. 756.] 
Sophia, d. Charles and Marietta (Smith), Aug. 10, 1822. p. R. 

835. 
Sophia, [w. Daniel, ir., p. r. 845.], consumption, Sept. 24, 

1839. c. R. 5. [1839. p. r. 845.] 
Susan, d. Thomas and Susan, — , 1797, a. 11 m. 
Thomas, Apr. — , 1779. p. r. 214. 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Susan, Apr. 25, 1829. 
Thomas, at the poorhouse, Aug. 25, 1833, a. 84 y. [a. 86 y. 

c. R. 6.] 
William, s. Thomas and Susan, — , 1831. 
William H., s. W[illia]m Henry and Charlotte, consumption, 

July 8, 1847, a. 6 y. 10 m. 8 d. 
, ch. John and Sarah (Pool), stillborn, Oct. 3, 1785^ 

p. R. 34. f. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 269 

RowE, , ch. Abra[ha]m, Nov. 17, 1805. c. R. 1. 

, bur. Oct. 26, 1815. C. R. 6. 

, ch. John, bur. Oct. 12, 1820, a. a few d. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. , of Eastern Point, bur. Aug. 25, 1824. 

C. R. 6. 

, wid., bur. Oct. 27, 1824. c. R. 6. 

. , inf. ch. Benjamin, bur. Sept. 24, 1825. C. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Robert, bur. Nov. 27, 1829. C. R. 6. 

, bur. May 10, 1835. c. r. 6. 

, Wid., bur. Oct. 10, 1835. C. R. 6. 

, inf. s. William S. and Emily, bur. Nov. 22, 1836. 

c. R. 6. 

, s. Ignatius and Serena, Aug. 3, 1843, a. 3 d. 

, d. Timothy and Martha, smallpox, Apr. 3, 1846, a. 

2 h. 

-, inf. d. Timothy and Martha Ann, Dec. 13, 1846.?] 



G. R. 5. 

RUGG, , d. stillborn, Dan[ie]l B. and Elis[abeth] T., 

May 10, 1844. 

RUSS, Joshua, s. John and Charlotte, bur. Aug. 13, 1812. 
c. R. 6. 

RUSSEL (see also Russell), Eliza, Feb. 3 [1843?]. c. R. 8. 

RUSSELL (see also Russel), Moses, s. Moses, bur. Nov. 1, 
1840, a, 4 w. c. R. 6. 

RUST, Abigail, May 4, 1837. c. R. 10. 

Abil, s. Israel, at sea, Sept. — , 1797, a. abt. 17 y. c. R. 2. 

Anna, wid. , Jan. 9, 1804, a. abt. 87 y. c. r. 2. 

Benjamin, at the poorhouse, Dec. 25, 1831, a. 78 y. [a. 87 

y. c. R. 6.] 
Benjamin, m., mariner, s. Moses and Sarah, suicide, Apr. 13, 

1846, a. 71 y. 6 m. 23 d. [Apr. 7, a. 72 y. g. r. 5.] 
Charlotte [w. William C. G. R. 1.], consumption, July 12, 1833, 

a. 47 y. c. R. 1. 
Israel, s. Israel, Dec. 7, 1788, a. abt. 3 y. c. R. 2. 

Israel, h. Elisabeth, . [after 1832?] 

lames William, s. Moses and Judith, — , 1837. 

John [Capt. o. R. 1.], Oct. 18, 1809, a. 77 y. c. r. 1. [Oct. 16. 

G. R. 1.] 



270 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Rust, John, s. Benjamin and Lydia, Nov 15, 1834, 
Joshua, s. William C. and Charlotte, "Died Young." 
Judith, d. Moses and Judith, at Essex, Jan. — , 1833. 
Lucinda, d. Benjamin and Lydia, Dec. 21, 1835. 
Lucy, w. Benja[min], June — , 1818, a. abt. 68 y. c. R. 2. 
Moses, Oct. 11, 1827, a. 88 y. c. R. 1. 
Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Mary. [bef. 1745?] 
Proctor, s. Moses and Lucy (Proctor), Sept. 5, 1840. p. r. 808. 
Rachel, d. Benja[min], Nov. 12, 1794, a. upwards of 34 y. 
c. R. 2. 

Samuel, smallpox natural way, Feb. 8, 1782, a. abt. 68 y. 
c. R. 2. 

Samuel, twin s. Moses and Judith, Oct. — , 1830. 

Sarah, d. Samuel and Anna (Procter), . [after June 

1745?] 

Sarah, wid., bur. Apr. 12, 1826, a. 96 y. c. R. 6. 

Solomon, s. William C. and Charlotte, "Died Young." 

Theresa A., d. Moses and Lucy (Proctor), — , 1827. p. R. 808. 

, ch. W[inia]m, Apr. 20, 1808. c. r. 1. 

, ch. Sam[ue]ll, Apr. — , 1819. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. Moses, — , 1826. c. R. 2. 

, wid., Nov. — , 1831, a. 87 y. c. r. 1. 

SADLER, Abiall, Sept. 15, 1697. 

SAFFORD, Desiah, d. Nathan and Elizabeth (Foster), Mar. 
13, 1796, a. 19 d. p. r. 346. 

Elizabeth, Apr. 3, 1757. p. r. 862. 

Elizabeth (Foster), w. Nathan, at N. Yarmouth, Apr. 1, 1826, 

a. 66 y. 29 d. p. r. 346. 
James D., s. Nathan and Elizabeth (Foster), lost at sea, 

, 1847. p. R. 346. 

John D., s. Nathan and Elizabeth (Foster), at Litchfield, — , 

1837. p. R. 346. 
Marv B., d. Nathan and Elizabeth (Foster), at Topsfield, — ^ 

1839. p. R. 346. 
Nathan, — , 1759. p. r. 862. 
Nathan, at N. Yarmouth, Dec. 27, 1823, a. 63 y. 6 m. 22 d. 

p. R. 346. 
Nathan, s. Nathan and Elizabeth (Foster), at New Orleans, 

Jan. — , 1833. p. r. 346. 
Sally Jarvis, at Ipswich, Aug. 16, 1776, a. 40 y. 1 m. 16 d. 

p. R. 346. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 27 1 

Safford, Sally (Smith), w. Nathaniel F,, at Salem, Nov. — , 

1847. P. R. 346. 

Stephen, at Ipswich, July 22, 1767, a. 50 y. p. r. 346. 
William, s. Nathan and Elizabeth (Foster), May 1, 1790, a. 

9 d. p. R. 346. 
William, s. Nathan and Elizabeth (Foster), at Litchfield, — , 

1848. p. R. 346. 

SAMPSON, John, Jan. 27, 1711-12, in his 104th y. 
Judith, consumption, Apr. 29, 1810, a. 55 y. c. R. 1. 
Mary, w. George I., Jan. 3, 1837. 

SANBORN (see also Sanburn), Alfred, s. Daniel and Nancy 

E., Apr. 22, 1837. p. R. 864. 
Ann Elizabeth, d. J., May 29, 1840, a. 5 y. c. r. 1. 
Betsey Goss, W. Levi, Apr. 7, 1809. p. r. 388. 
Elizabeth, d. Joshua S. and Mary, — , 1849, a. 4 y. g. R. 13. 
Fitz Allen, s. Daniel and Nancy E., Dec. 4, 1834. p. r. 864. 
Gilman L., h. Judith, Oct. 20, 1835. 
Henry R., s. Joshua S. and Lydia A., dysentery, Sept. 15, 1849, 

a. 3 y. 9 m. 8d. 
John, Oct. 5, 1842. p. r. 865. 
John, H., s. Nathaniel [P. g. r. 16.], and Sapphira, lung fever, 

June 10, 1845, a. 1 m. 8 d. [June 11. g. R. 16.] 
John H., Feb. 8, 1849, a. 46 y. p. r. 865. 
Joshua, s. Joshua and Lucy L. (Clark), June 30, 1832. P. R. 

863. 
Judith, d. Gilman L. and Judith (Story), Aug. 22, 1838. 

p. r. 874. 
Mary, w. Joshua S., Sept. 27, 1841. [a. 40 y. c. R. 1.] 
Mary Loisa, d. Joshua S. and Mary, Oct. 17, 1837. [Oct. 19, 

a. 3 y. c. R. 1.] 
Sophia, w. Nathaniel P., May 26, 1845, a. 30 y. 5 m. g. R. 16. 
, ch. Joshua and Lucy L. (Clark), June 10, 1834. p. r. 

863. 

SANBURN (see also Sanborn), , ch. Joshua, of Sandy 

Bay, bur. June 21, 1832. c. R. 6. 

SANDERS (see also Saunders), Abigail, wid. Capt. Thomas, 
Feb. 11, 1767, in her 91st y. [Feb. 12, in her 90th y. g. R. 
1. 

Betsy, Mar. — , 1820. c. r. 3. 



272 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Sanders, Bradbury, Capt., h. Anna . [after Mar., 

1778?] 
Daniel, s. Capt. Thomas, and Judith [after 1751? bur. Dec. 

23, 1751.] 
John, Jan. 17, 1742-3. [in his 30th y. g. R. 1.] 

John, s. John and Jemima, . [after 1759?] 

Joseph, Nov. 18, 1712. 

Joseph, Capt., commander of a brig belonging to Col. Win- 

throp and others, smallpox, on his return trip from Ire- 
land to Boston, June 25, 1732. 
Joseph, s. Thomas, jr. [and Judeth. g. r. 1.], Apr. 5, 1734, 

a. 25 d. 
Joseph, on a schr. belonging to Epes Sargent Esq., supposed 

to have been run down starting on a fishing trip, Feb. 

— , 1736. 
Joseph, s. Thomas, jr., and Judith, [after 1740?] 
Joseph, h. Martha (Henderson), "drown'd in Passage from 

Cape Anne to George's River," Apr. 6, 1757. 
Joseph, Capt., Dec. 23, 1761, a. 25 y. G. R. 1. 

Joseph, drown'd in a passage to the Eastward, . [ 1 7 — ^'?] 

Lydia, Dec. 15, 1713. 

Mary, wid., Dec. 21, 1717, a. abt. 60 y. 

Mary, d. John, Jan. 15, 1743-4, in her 4th y. 

Nancy, Sept. 15, 1810, a. 1 y. 5 m. p. r. 871. 

Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Abigail, Sept. 26, 1717, a. abt. 

12 y. 
Thomas, Capt., July 17, 1742, a. abt. 67 y. 
Thomas, s. Thomas, jr. and Lucy, July 26, 1754. 

, ch. George, Apr. 1, 1818. c. R. 3. 

• , ch. George, — , 1820. c. r. 3. 

SANFORD, Bethiah, Feb. 20, 1719-20, a. abt. 28 y. 

Robert, May 15, 1709. 

 , wid., July 6, 1721, a. abt. 72 y. 

SARGAENT (see also Sargent), Jordan, s. Willi[am], June 
22, 1689. 

SARGANT(see also Sargent), Abigail, Mrs. [w. Nathaniel, 
p. R. 875.], Aug. 26, 1835, a. 80 y. g. r. 12. 

Amelia F., d. Epes and Mary P., d. Aug. 10, 1807. G. r. 12. 

Christopher, s. Christopher and Julia, Apr. 9, 1830, a. 7 w. 
G. R. 2. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 273 

Sargant, Clara Lane, w. Charles, June 24, 1834, a, 36 y. 

G. R. 3. 
David, s. David and Eliza, grands. Winthrop and Sally, Mar. 

13, 1842, a. 19 y. 7 m. g. r. 3. 
Elbridge, s. Winthrop and Sally, jr., Nov. 23, 1833, a. 11 y. 

G. R. 3. 

Eliza, d. Winthrop and Sally, Nov. 28, 1801, a. 18 m. g. R. 3. 

Epes, Sept. 25, 1821. g. r. 2. 

Fitz E., Jan. 29, 1835, a. 23 y. g. r. 2. 

Harriet Elizabeth, d. C. and C. L., Sept. 15, 1836, a. 6 y. 2 m. 

G. R. 3. 
Jonathan, Apr. 12, 1815, in his 80th y. g. r. 2. 
Julia, d. Christopher and Julia, Nov. 22, 1836, a. 2 y. 6 m. 

G. R. 2. 
Nathaniel [Capt. c. R. 6.], Oct. 18, 1819, a. 65 y. g. r. 12. 
Nathaniell, s. William and Abigale, Nov. 7, 1663. 
Rebecca W., d. Christopher and Julia, June 22, 1849, a. 10 y. 

5 m. G. r. 2. 
Richard W., June 27, 1847, a. 29 y. g. R. 2. 
Sally, W. Winthrop, June 21, 1836, a. 72 y. 10 d. G. R. 3. 
William Coffin, [inf. c. r. 6.], s. Epes and Hannah D. C, 

Jan. 25, 1818. g. r. 12. 
Winthrop, a soldier in the Revolution, Aug. 1, 1839, a. 77 y. 

10 m. 11 d. G. R. 3. 

SAROEANT (see also Sargent), Abigail, w. William, Mar. 

8, 1710-11, in her 78th or 79th y. 
Abigaill, d. Nathanaell, Nov. 20, 1706. 
Andrew, on board a fishing sloop, Jeremiah Butman, master, 

lost at sea on his return voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. 

— , 1716, a. 25 y. 
Charles, s. William, jr., Jan. 9, 1694-5. 
Daniell, s. William, 2d, killed by lightning, July 21, 1713. 
David, on schr. Samuel Stevens, master, lost near Isle Sables, 

Apr. — , 1722, a. 23 y. 
David, s. John and Bethiah, July 12, 1723, a. 26 d. 
Elizabeth Ann, d. William, bur. Sept. 12, 1811, a. 6 y. c. R. 6. 
Fits William, s. Willi [am], 2d, Jan. 28, 1699-1700. 
Jabez, s. William, 2d, Jan. 31, 1699-1700. 
Joshua, Oct. 23, 1724, a. abt. 21>^ y. 
Machani, s. William and Mary, Apr. 9, 1699. 
Martha, w. Joseph, Mav 27, 1713. 
Mary, w. Samuel, cler[k], Apr. 27, 1718, a. abt. 46 y. 



2 74 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Sargeant, Mary, wid., Feb. 28, 1724-5, a. abt. 66 y. 

Naomy, w. William, Mar. 13, 1701-2. 

Naomy, d. William, jr., Jan. 4, 1705-6. 

Peter, Feb. 11, 1724-5. a, abt. 44 y. 

Peter, of Amiisquam, bur. Dec. 5, 1810, a. 64 y. c. R. 6. 

Rachell, d. John, May 14, 1706. 

Samuell, s. William, 2d, Oct. 11, 1699. 

Sarah, w. Nathanaell, Feb. 5, 1705-6. 

Stephen, Oct. 12, 1724, a. abt. 26 y. 

Thomas, s. Epps, Esq. and Esther, Apr. 24, 1727, a. 12 m. 8 d. 

William, s. William, jr., Aug. 3, 1699. 

William, sr., Feb. 9, 1715-16. a. 93 y. 

Winthrop, s. Nathaniel and Mary, Aug. 20, 1724, a. abt, 1 y. 

5 m. 
, w. Capt. Epes, bur. Sept. 11, 1807. C R. 6. 

SARGENT (see also Sargaent, Sargant, Sargeant, Sergant, 

Serjant), Abigail, w. Joseph, Dec. 18, 1781, in her 67th 

y, G. R. 1. 
Ada, d. Samuel and Esther, Nov. 20, 1823. p. r. 589. 
Alexander, s. Samuel and Esther, Feb. 8, 1816. p. r. 589. 
Amelia F., d. Epes and Mary P., Aug. 10, 1807. G. R. 5. 
Andrew, June 18, 1807. c. r. 3. 
Andrew, m., fisherman, s. Andrew and Charity, consumption. 

July 12, 1843, a. 77 y. 
Anna Maria, d. Capt. Fitz William and Anna, Aug. 27, 1794 
Asa, Nov. 18, 1823, a. 17 y. c. R, 3. 
Benjamin, — , 1811. c. r. 3. 
Benjamin, June 28, 1830, c. r. 3, 
Benjamin T., Oct. 19, 1832. c. R, 3. 
Bethia, w. John, May — , 1734, in her 47th y, 
Betsey, d, Winthrop and Sally (Lane), Feb. 10, 1821. p. r. 591. 
Catharine, d. Capt. Epes and Catharine (Osborne), July — , 

1747, 
Charles, s. Charles and Judith [H. g. r. 3.], fits and fever, Dec. 

4, 1846, a, 6 y. [a. 5 y, 9 m. g. r. 3.] 
Charles, m., trader, consumption. Mar, 4, 1849, a. 53 y, 
Charlotte, d. Winthrop and Sally (Lane), Mar, — , 1831, 

p, r, 591, 
Charlotte, d, Solomon and Charlotte, throat distemper, Jan. 12, 

1846, a. 1 y. 10 m. 14 d. 
Christopher, jr., s. Christopher and Julia, Apr. — , 1831. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 275 

Sargent, Clara [Howard, g. r. 3.], d. Charles and Judith 

[H. G. R. 3.], lung fever, June 29, 1844, a. 1 y. 21 d. 

Daniel, s. John and Mary, . [after 1743?] 

Daniel, bur. Aug. 22, 1821, a. 52 v- c. R. 6. 

Daniel, s. Daniel and Mary E. May 14, 1825. [Aug. 12. a. 30 

y. G. R. 3.]. 
Daniel, s. John L., Apr. 6, 1826, c. R. 3. 
David at the workhouse, Jan. 9, 1816, a. 65 y. 
David [of Annisquam. c. R. 6.], Nov. — , 1820, a. abt. 80 y. 

c. R. 3. 
David, jr., bur. Aug. 14, 1825. c. r. 3. 
David, bur. Dec. 24, 1842, a. abt. 70 y. c. R. 6. 
Deborah, wid. Jonathan, bur. July 24, 1818. C. R. 3. 
Deborah, Apr. 'I6, 1840. p. r. 876. 
Dudley, Capt., Dec. 14, 1824. c. R. 3. 

Edward, s. Andrew, bur. Sept. 15, 1822, a. abt. 21 y. c. R. 3. 
Elbridge, s. twin Warren and Sarah A. (Lane), Oct. 14, 1843. 

p. R. 869. 
Elizabeth, d. Jonathan and Lydia, dysentery, Sept. 13, 1779. a. 

20 y. c. R. 3. 
Emily Waldo, d. William, bur. Feb. 23, 1823, a. 12 y. c. R. 6. 
Epes. [after 1804.] 
Epes, Sept. 29, 1823. c. R. 3. 

Fanny, wid. , bur. May 1, 1831. c. R. 3. 

Fits John, s. William, 2d, Jan. 20, 1697-8. 

Francis, consiunption, July 6, 1778, a. 85 y. C. R. 3. 

Freelove, w. William, bur. Aug. 30, 1828. c. R. 6. 

George, s. Warren and Sarah A. (Lane), July 4, 1840, p. r. 

869. 
Gustavus, Dec. 31, 1827. c. r. 3. 
Hannah, wid. Gustavus, Nov. 23, 1830. c. R. 3. 
Hannah, D. C, w. Epes, d. July 14, 1819, o. R. 5. [July 25, 

1818. G. R. 12.] 
Harry [Henry, c. R. 3.], s. Winthrop and Sally (Lane), Dec, 

12, 1824. p. R. 591. [a. 27 y, G. r. 3.] 
Hezekiah, Oct. 16, 1817. c. r. 3, 
Isaac, bur, Sept. 11, 1825. c. r. 3. 
James D., s. John, June — , 1821. c. R. 3. 
John, July 27, 1747, in his 27th y. o, r, 1. 
John, s. Winthrop [and Sally (Lane), P, R, 591.], May 27, 

1807, a. 24 y. c. R. 3. 
John L., Apr. 5, 1848, a. 98 y. p. r, 876, 
Jonathan, Feb. — , 1830, a. 84 y. c, R, 1. 



276 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Sargent, Jonathan, bur. Mar. 16, 1832, a. 39 y. c. r. 3. 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Martha, Apr. 1, 1735, a, 2 y. 6 m. 3 d. 
Joshua, Stephen and Hannah, rickets, Dec. — , 1774, a. 6 y. 

c. R. 3. 
Judith, d. John, July 21, 1820, a. 17 y. c. r. 3. 
Judith, d. Andrew and Rachel, old age, May 11, 1848, a. 67 y. 
Judith (Gidding), w. Nath[aniel], — , 1767. 
Julia, d. Christopher and Julia, throat distemper, Apr. 19, 

1849, a. 7 y. 
Lucy, Nov. 1, 1835. p. r. 278. 
Lucinda Medora, d. Luther and Lucinda, scarlet fever, Oct. 

10, 1844, a. 10 y. 4 m. 3 d. [a. 9 y. 11 m. 6 d. g. r. 3.] 
Lydia, w. Jonathan, consiunption, Aug. 6, 1774, a. 38 y. c. R. 3. 
Lydia, "supposed of an apoplexy," May 11, 1806, a. 60 y. 

c. r. 1. 
Martha, w. Joseph, May 13, 1733. 
Martha [R. d. Solomon of Annisquam. c. R. 6.], Miss, Sept. 

13, 1832. c. R. 3. [a. 30 y. c. R. 6.] 
Mary, w. William, Feb. 28, 1724, in her 65th y. G. R. 1. 
Mary, w. Ignatius, smallpox, at Boston, Oct. — , 1792. 
Mary, w. Epes [Sept. 3, 1807. G. r. 5 ; Sept. 8. G. r. 12.] 
Michael, consumption, Nov. 2, 1776, a. 41 y. c. R. 3. 
Michael, bur. Sept. 9, 1828. c. R. 3. 
Molly, at the workhouse, Aug. 27, 1816, a. 50 y. 

Molly, wid. , Sept. 23, 1819, a. bet. 70 and 80 y. c. R. 3. 

Nathaniel, Dec. 12, 1732. 

Nathaniel, s. Capt. Nathaniel and Abigail, Apr. 5, 1786, a. 

5 y. G. R. 1. 
Octavius, s. Oliver [W. g. r. 9.], and Sophia Ann, Apr. 11, 

1837. A. and c. [a. 3 y. 8 m. g. r. 9.] 
Olive, w. William, June 3, 1835. 
Oliver, drowned, Sept. 19, 1792. c. R. 2. 
Otis, s. Christopher and Julia, throat distemper, Apr. 20, 1849, 

a. 5 y. [Feb. 5, 1849. a. 5 y. 7 m. G. r. 12.] 
Peter, s. William and Mary, Feb. 11, 1724, in his 44th y. 

G. R. 1. 
Polly, consumption, at the workhouse, Aug. 27, 1816, a. 50 y. 

c. R. 1. 
Rachel, d. Jonathan and Lydia, dysentery, Sept. 11, 1779, a. 

17 y. c. R. 3. 
Richard, mariner, s. Gustavus and Hannah, consimiption, June 

28, 1847, a. 29 y. 7 m. 
Sally, w. David, bur, Apr. 2, 1830, a. 64 y. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 277 

Sargent, Sally, w. Winthrop, Aug. 3. 1832. c. r. 3. 

Sally, d. Winthrop and Sally (Lane), Mar. 27, 1847. p. r. 591. 

Sally A., d. twin, Warren and Sarah A. (Lane), Aug. 24, 1842. 

p. R. 869. 
Samuel, s. Samuel and Esther, Aug. 1, 1834. p. r. 589. 
Sarah, d. Jonathan and Lydia, dysentery, Sept. 31, 1779, a. 13 

y. c. R. 3. 
Stephen, s. Stephen, Apr. 3, 1772. c. r. 3. 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Elizebth, killed by a cart, May 27, 

1729, a. abt. 18 y. 
Thomas, Apr. 29, 1735. 
Warren, s. Warren and Sarah A. (Lane), Oct. 17, 1838. p. r. 

869. 
Washington, s. Tho[ma]s, Dr. — , 1778, a. abt. 2 y. c. r. 2. 
William, s. Eps, Esq., — , 1736. 

William, ch. Solomon, jr., bur. May 27, 1826, c. R. 3. 
William Fitz, Capt., bur. Oct. 8, 1822. c. r. 6. 
, inf. ch. Samuel jr. and Abigail, lived a few minutes, 

Sept. 23, 1773. c. r. 3. 
, s. Peter and Rebeca, sore mouth, Feb. 18, 1775, a. 15 

d. c. R. 3. 
, s. Solomon and Lydia, smallpox. Mar. 15, 1779, a. 7 

w. c. R. 3. 

, w. Dr. — , 1781. c. R. 2. 

, s. Dr. , fits, Jan. 10, 1787, a. abt. 7 d. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. Capt. Epes, bur. Apr. 19, 1807. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Winthrop, who never had the use of his limbs nor 

reason, June 15, 1818, a. abt. 10 y. c. R. 3. 

, w. Jonathan, bur. Dec. 14, 1819. c. r. 6. 

, Dr., Aug. 29, 1829, a. 89 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Winthrop, bur. Aug. 12, 1821, a. 2>^ y. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Peter, Feb. 6, 1824. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. John L., jr., Apr. 7, 1827, a. 6 w. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Gustavus, jr., Oct. 12, 1827, a. 2 W. c. R. 3. 

, w. Samuel, Dec. 11, 1827, a. 75 y. c R. 3. 

, wid. , May 26, 1830. c. r. 3. 

, ch. Benjamin deceased, Sept. 6, 1830. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. wid. Fanny, Feb. 6, 1831. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Christopher, Apr. 9, 1831. c. R. 3. 

, w. Winthorp, of Annisquam, bur. Aug. 4, 1832, a. 

25 y. c. R. 6. 
, ch. Ambrose and Sally, Nov. 18, 1832. c. R. 3. 



278 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



Sargent, 



-, bur. Aug. 28, 1835, a. 80 y. c. R. 6. 



-, s. Warren and Sarah Sexton, Oct. 18, 1843, a. 1 d. 
-, ch. Isaac and Mary, fits, Mar. 19, 1849, a. 6 d. 



SAUNDERS (see also Sanders), Adeline, d. George and Es- 
ther, Jan. 15, 1825. 

Betsey, w. Edward, Aug. 31, 1819. 

Betsey Ann, d. Simeon and Sarah, July 25, 1824, a. 9 m. 22 d. 

Caroline, w. John, consumption, bur. Aug. 20, 1832, a. 24 y. 
c. R. 6. 

Clarinda W., d. Henry and Clarinda (Woodbury), July 31, 
1839. p. R. 881. 

Dudley P., printer, s. Henry and Tammy, consumption, Nov. 
28, 1848, a. 20 y. 5 m. 8 d. 

Edward, s. George and Esther, Mar. 25, 1819. 

Edward, bur. Apr. 8, 1841, a. 67 y. C. R. 6. 

Elbridge, s. Simeon [and Sarah, g. r. 3.], brain fever, Oct. 

19, 1846, a. 15 y. 21 d. [a. 6 y. 1 m. 25 d. g. r. 3.] 
Eliza Jane, d. Henry and Clarinda (Woodbury), June 29, 

1846. p. R. 881. 
Isaac E., bur. Mar. 3, 1823, a. 23 y. c. r. 6. 
James, s. John and Eliza, Nov. 10, 1834. 
James Henry, s. John, jr. and Eliza, — , 1835. 
John [Capt. G. r. 1.], Oct. 4, 1807, a. 72 y. c. r. 1. [Oct. 22. 

G. R. 1.] 
John, jr., mariner, s. John and Mary, sailed on the schooner 

Canton, supposed to have been drowned on George's Bank 

in the gale, Nov. 25, 1846, a. 41 y. 5 m. 20 d. 
Joseph [Capt. c. r. 6.], at the poorhouse, Apr. 4, 1841, a. 84 

y. [a. 82 y. c. r. 6.] 
Judith, w. Capt. Thomas, Aug. 30, 1770, in her 60th y. g. R. 1. 
Lucy, w. Hon. Thomas, Esq., d. Rev. Dr. Thomas Smith of 

Portland, June 5, 1780, in her 48th y. G. R. 1. 
Mary A., seamstress, d. Henry and Tamma, dysentery, Mar. 

23, 1849, a. 23 y. 8 m. 8 d. 
Mary Eliza, d. John, jr. and Eliza, — , 1835. 
Mary Eliza, d. John and Eliza, May 10, 1836. [a. 15 m. 

c. R. 6.] 
Nancy, w. Capt. J., bur. June 11, 1812, a. 34 y. c. R. 6. 
Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Susan (Elwell), Dec. 15, 1795, 

p. R. 204. 
Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Susan (Elwell), lost at sea, Dec. 

20, 1812. p. R. 204. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 279 

Saunders, Rachel O., d. Charlfes and Rachel, Oct. 7, 1840. 

[a. 12 d. p. R. 309.] 
Robert Henry, s. John, jr. and Eliza, — , 1839. 
Simeon, Feb. 16, 1842, a. 62 y. 11 m. 24 d. G. R. 3. 
Thomas, Hon., Jan. 10, 1774, in his 45th y. G. R. 1. 
Thomas, Capt., Oct. 24, 1774, a. 70 y. g. r. 1. 
William, s. George and Esther, June 19, 1813. 
William, s. George and Esther, July 1, 1820. 
William, painter, s. Henry and Tammy, consumpion, July 9, 

1847, a. 23 y. 2 m. 16 d. 
William D., s. John and Eliza, throat distemper and scarlet 

fever, Dec. 17, 1846, a. 1 y. 5 m. 3 d. 

, inf. ch. John, Oct. 25, 1807. c. r. 1. 

, s. Joseph and Deborah, bur. Sept. 15, 1811, a. 2 y. 

c. R. 6. 
, Mrs., suddenly, at the workhouse, bur. Sept. 2, 1819. 

c. R. 6. 

, ch. Simeon, July 26, 1824, a. 9 m. c. r. 3. 

, ch. Charles and Rachel, bur. Oct., 1840, a. a few d. 

c. R. 6. 
, ch. Henry, cholera morbus, June 30, 1846, a. 11 m. 



SAVELL (see also Saville), Hannah, d. Thomas and Mary, 

May 6, 1727. 
James, s. Thomas and Mary, July 14, 1726. 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Mary, Mar. 19, 1724. 

SAVELLE (see also Saville), Betsey, d. Nov. 17, 1842. g. r. 5. 

SAVILLE (see also Savell, Savelle), Abiah, s. Jesse and 

Martha (Babson), Feb. — , 1843. p. R. 892. 
Betsey, d. Thomas and Betsey (Haraden), May 22, 1816. 

p. R. 891. 
Betsey (Haraden), w. Thomas, Sept. 20, 1830. p. r. 891. 
Betsey, w. [Capt. c. r. 6.], Thomas [of Annisquam. c. R. 6.], 

Sept. 26, 1836, in her 73d y. g. r. 2. [a. 72 y. c. r. 6.] 
David, s. Thomas and Betsey (Haraden), Jan. 14, 1801. p. r. 

891. 

David, s. Jesse and Martha (Babson), lost at sea, . 

Edgar, s. William and Sally B., Nov. 12, 1826. [a. 20 m. 

c. R. 6.] 
Edward [inf. c. R. 6.], s. James and Judith [typhus fever. 

c. R. 6.], Oct. 10, 1828. 



28o GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Saville, Epes, h. Betsy, July 12, 1819. 

Epes, s. Jesse and Martha (Babson), July — , 1820. [bur. 

July 13. c. R. 6.] 
George, s. George and Mary, dysentery, Aug. 25, 1849, a. 3 m. 

15 d. 
Indiana P., d. Stephen and Mary, typhus fever, June 4, 1847, 

a. 6 y. 7 d. 
Ira A., s. Ira and Mary, scarlet fever, Dec. 27, 1844, a. 3 y. 

2 m. 9 d. 
Irena, d. Epes and Betsy, consumption, Jan. 30, 1846, a. 27 y. 

1 m. 6 d. [1845. g. r. 5.] 
James, s. Jesse and Martha (Babson), June 6, 1805. 
Jesse, h. 1st Martha (Babson), [of Annisquam. c. r. 6.] 2d 

Hannah Dane, Mar. 11, 1823. [Mar. 9. c. r. 3; a. 83 y. 

c. r. 6.] 
John, s. Thomas and Mary (Haraden), — , 1790. p. r. 890. 
John, s. Thomas and Mary (Haraden), in Boston, Dec. 20, 

1833. p. R. 891. 
John, s. David and Ann W., Jan. 8, 183-. [1838. a. 2 y. 6 m. 

G. R. 2.] 
Martha, d. Jesse and Martha (Babson), Dec. 13, 1801. 
Martha B., w. Jesse, Apr. 19, 1785. 
Mary, w. Thomas, consumption, June 4, 1776, a. 75 y. c. r. 

3. [June 10, 1775. p. r. 890.] 
Mary, d. Thomas and Mary (Haraden), — , 1808, p. r. 890. 
Mary Rowel, d. Jesse, bur. Sept. 13, 1818. c. R. 3. 
Nathaniel Tucker, s. William and Sally B., May 28, 1826, [a. 

17 y. c. R. 6.] 
Norman D., s. Stephen and Mary, typhus fever, Apr. 13, 1848, 

a. 1 y. 5 m. 27 d. [1847. dup.] 
Oliver, s. Jesse and Martha (Babson), [smallpox, p. r. 892.], 

at sea. Mar. 14, 1801. 
Oliver, s. Epes and Betsy [abroad, received notice, c. r. 6.], 

Aug. — , 181-. [Aug. 1, 1819. c. R. 6.] 
Oliver, s. Stephen P. and Mary, scarlet fever, July 18, 1849, a^ 

8 y. 2 m. 10 d. 
Sally B. [w. William, c. r. 6.], — , 1829. g. r. 5. [bur. Sept. 

14. c. R. 6.] 
Sarah, at the poorhouse. May 13, 1840, a. 82 y. [a. 83 y. 

c. R. 6.] 
Thomas, s. Thomas and Mary (Haraden), Mar. 9, 1724. p. R. 

890. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 28 I 

Saville, Thomas, s. Thomas and Mary (Haraden), smallpox, 

— , 1769. p. R. 890. 
Thomas, Apr. 19, 1785. p. r. 890. 
Thomas, s. Capt. Thomas, on his passage from the West Indies, 

Sept. — , 1809, a. perhaps 17 or 18 y. c. r. 3. [Sept. 4. 

p. R. 891.] 
Thomas, s. Jesse and Martha (Babson), May 7, 1845. [a. 81 

y. G. R. 2. 
William O. [s. William and Esther, g. r. 5.], at Boston, Aug, 

28, 1832, a. 35 y. 9 m. 25 d. [a. 36 y. c. R. 6.] 
, d. Thomas and Betsey (Haraden), stillborn, Feb. 20, 

1790. p. R. 891. 
, d. Thomas and Betsey (Haraden), Sept. 11, 1799. 



p. R. 891. 
— , wid. , May 3, 1827, a. 80 y. c. R. 3. 



SAWYER (see also Soyer), Abigail, d. Nathaniel, Oct. 24, 

1738, in her 25th y. 

Abraham, s. Abraham and Mary, . [after Feb., 1759?] 

Alexander S., b. Boston, s. George and Clarissa, defect in the 

brain, July 22, 1845, a. 3 y. 8 m. 12 d. 
Benjamin, s. James and Deborah, May 1, 1746, a. 4 w. G. R. 1. 
Charles, s. Abraham and Rachel [malignant fever, c. R. 6.], 

Aug. 11, 1821, a. 33 y. G. r. 5. 
Comfort, old age, Sept. 6, 1809, a. 92 y. c. r. 1. 
David, s. David and Martha (Boynton), Apr. — , 1751. 
David, May 14, 1795. p. r. 519. 
David Sargent, Dec. 11, 1805. p. r. 519. 
Deborah, d. James and Deborah, July 17, 1746, a. 4 y. 8 m. 

G. r. 1. 
Elizabeth [wid. James, c. r. 6.], Aug. 6, 1833, a. 69 y. g. r. 5. 
Eunice, d. James and Hannah, Apr. — , 1727, a. 5 y. 
Francis, s. Thomas, Aug. 8, 1695. 
Hannah, Sept. 15, 1690. 
Hannah, d. twin, David, Sept. 9, 1747. 
James, May 31, 1703. 
James, Nov. 1, 1730, a. abt. 38 y. 
James, jr., — , 1746. [July 16. in his 31st y. g. r. 1.] 
James, s. James and Anna (Davis), at sea, Nov. 26, 1784. 

p. r. 895. 
James, mortification, June 14, 1807, a. 51 y. c. r. 1. 
James, drowned, at Magadore. Jan. 5. 1811, a. 23 y. c. R. 1. 
John, s. Thomas and Hanah, Sept. 14, 1690, 



282 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



Sawyer, John, unm., s. Abraham and Mary, consumption, Nov. 

20, 1849, a. 73 y. 2 m. 
Judith, d. Isaac and Martha, May 18, 1722, a. abt. 3 y. 
Judith, w. James, consumption, Sept. 9, 1845, a. 63 y. 4 m. 

10 d. 
Martha, d. John and Martha (Hubbard), . [after 

1746?] 
Nathaniel, Apr. 11, 1741, in his 64th y. G. R. 1. 
Rachel, w, Abraham, old age, Sept. 26, 1843, a. 84 y, 7 m. 

17 d. [a. 86 y. G. R. 5.] 
Robert S., h. Lydia, in smack Forest, at Cape Cod, Oct. 3, 

1841. 
Sally, Apr. 25, 1773. p. r. 519. 
Samuel J., [s. Charles, jr. and Almira Hotchkiss], — , 1842. 

G. R. 5. 
Samuel C. Jones, s. Charles, bur. Mar. 9, 1842, a. 6 m. c. R. 6. 
Sargant, Dec. 11, 1805, a. 27 y. G. R. 1. 
Thomas, Jan. 12, 1710-11. 
Warren T., m., painter, s. James and Lydia, consumption, Sept. 

22, 1849, a. 39 y. 11 m. 15 d. 
• , inf. ch. Geofrge), Jan. 20, 1817. c. R. 1. 



SAY WARD (see also Say word), Abigail, w. William, con- 
sumption. Mar. 15, 1847, a. 78 y. 2 m. 5 d. 

Amanda, d. Samuel and Hannah, Mar. 14, 1835. a. and C. 

Amanda, d. Epes and Mary Ann, Mar. — , 1835. [Mar. 14. 
p. R. 900.] 

Betsey, w. James S., bur. Dec. 29, 1830, a. 69 y. c. R. 6. 

Betsey, w. Capt. James H., d. — , 1830. G. r. 5. 

Caroline [inf. c. r. 1.], d. William and Nabby, May 13, 1809. 
[May 8. c. r. 1.] 

Daniel, s. Daniel and Ann Maria [(Gilbert), p. r. 901.], Apr. 
5, 1832. [Apr. 30. p. R. 901.] 

Daniel, s. Daniel, jr., bur. May 1, 1832, a. 6 m. c. R. 6. 

Daniel [Capt. c. r. 6.], Mar. 29, 1834, a. 67 y. G. r. 10. 

Deborah, w. Elder James, July 13, 1734. [a. 67 y. G. r. 1.] 

Eliza [H. G. R. 10.], w. Fitz W., Feb. 1, 1842. [a. 36 y. c. r. 6.] 

Eliza, w. William, consumption, Mar. 15, 1848, a. 78 y. 2 m. 
5 d. 

Henry, Capt., bur. Feb. 23, 1814. c. r. 6. 

Henry, s. Capt. Henry, deceased, bur. Oct. 12, 1820, a. abt. 
15 y. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 283 

Sayward, Ja[me]s H., Capt., d. — , 1845. g. r. 5. 

James S., m., mariner, old age, Dec. 28, 1845, a. 81 y. 3 m. 

10 d. 
John, at the poorhouse, Mar. 3, 1829, a. 59 y. [a. 60 y. c. R. 6.] 
Joseph, consumption, Apr. 21, 1814, a. 82 y. C. R. 1. 
Joseph H[enry. c. R. 6.], s. Joseph and Emily [B. throat dis- 
temper, c. R. 6.], Dec. "21, 1841, a. 2 y. g. r. 12. [bur. 

Dec. 15. a. 2 y. 4 m. c. R. 6.] 
Lydia, wid. Capt. Henry, bur. May 21, 1837, a. 55 y. C. R. 6. 
Samuel, s. Sam[ue]l and Caroline, canker, Apr, 5, 1849, a. 1 

m. 14 d. 
Sarah, w. [Capt. Daniel, c. R. 6.], Jan. 22 1839. G. R. 10. 

[a. 69 y. c. R. 6.] 
Sarah, wid. Capt. William, Sept. 26, 1834. o. r. 12. [a. 44 y. 

c. R. 6.] 
Sarah [S. c. r. 6.], d. Capt. William [jr. deceased, c. R. 6.1 

and Sarah, Dec. 2, 1838, a. 16 y. c. R. 12. 
Sidney, s. Epps, bur. Feb. 20, 1838, a. 2 y. 6 m. c, R. 6. 

[Feb. 25. P. R. 900.] 
Sydney, s. Epes and Mary Ann, Mar. 12, 1841. a. and c. [Mar, 

9. dup.] 
William, jr., Capt., at sea, received notice, Oct. 13, 1822. c. r. 

6. 
William, Capt., Sept. 11, 1823. g. r. 12. 
William, widr., pilot, s. Joseph and Abigail, dropsy, Apr. 18, 

1849, a. 84 y. 4 m. 10 d. 
William Franklin, s. Fitz W. and Eliza [whooping cough. 

c. R. 6.], Mar. 17, 1841. [a. 1 y. c. r. 6.] 

, inf. ch. J., July 13, 1807. c. r. 1. 

, Mr., of Eastern Point, bur. Feb. 13, 1812, a. 81 y. 

c. R. 6. 

, ch. William, jr., bur. Mar. 24, 1814. c. R, 6, 

-, s. Samuel and Caroline, consumption, Nov. 13, 1846, 



a. 2 m. 9 d. 

SAYWORD (see also Sayward), James, s. James, Nov. 26, 

1697. 
James, Elder, Feb. — , 1736-7, in his 68th y. [Feb. 13. g. r. l.J 

SCAMPE (see also Skamp), Jone, w. Robbard, Nov. 9, 1662. 

SCOTT, , twin sons, Frederick and Eliza, canker, Aug. 

7, 1849, a. 15 d. 



284 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

SEARL, Frederick Augustus, b. Boston, s. Fred [eric] k and 
Mary E,, consumption, Aug. 29, 1843, a. 1 y. 2 m. 10 d. 

SEGARS (see also Segers), Experience, consumption, Oct. 13, 
1807, a. 50 y. c. r. 1. 

SEGERS (see also Segars), Lydia, wid., consumption, Sept. 

16, 1816, a. 72 y. c. r. 1. 
Mercy [Nancy, c. R. 6.], at the workhouse, Dec. 9, 1817, a. 

29 y. 

SENTER (see also Center), Charlotte, d. Betsey, July 26, 

1840, a. 12 y. c. R. 1. 
Georgian, d. Addison and Mary P., dysentery, Oct. 16, 1847, 

a. 2 y. 7 m. 22 d. 
, w. Enoch, bur. Nov. 8, 1821. c. R. 6. 

SERGANT (see also Sargent), , ch. Benjamin, — , 1805, 

a. 5 y. c. R. 3. 

SERJANT (see also Sargent), Mary, w. Eps, Apr. — , 1806. 
c. R. 3. [Apr. 19. G. R. 2.] 

SEVER, , h. Adeline, in Louisianna, received notice, 

Nov. 8, 1835. c. R. 6. 

SHACKELFORD (see also Shackleford), Alexander, m., mar- 
iner, s. William and Priscilla, heart disease, Sept. 7, 1849, 
a. 35 y. 8 m. 7 d. 

James, s. James and Sarah, heart complaint, June 26. 1849, 
a. 8 y. 5 m. 4 d. 

SHACKLEFORD (see also Shackelford), Alexander, s. Alex- 
ander, dropsy in the head, bur. Mar. 10, 1841, a. 2 y. 

C. R. 6. 

Elisabeth, d. George Augustus and Elisabeth Ann, Mar. 9, 
1842. [a. 3 y. 6 m. c. R. 6.] 

Eliz[abeth] [w?] Alexander, bur. June 16, 1841, a. 32 y. 
C. R. 6. 

George, s. George Augustus and Elisabeth Ann, throat dis- 
temper [dropsy following sore throat and scarlet fever, 
c. R. 6.], Mar. 26, 1842. [a. 1 y. 6 m. c. R. 6.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 285 

Shackleford, Priscilla, wid., William, fits, Jan. 18, 1845, 

a. 72 y. 3 m. 
Susan P., d. Alexander, bur. Aug. 20, 1837, a. 1 y. 7 m. c. R. 6. 

SHAFTOE, John [of England, c. r. 6.], at the poorhouse, 
Apr. 22, 1836, a. 75 y. [a. 70 y. c. R. 6.] 

SHARP (see also Sharpe), Mary E., at the poorhouse, Sept. 
4, 1838, a. 4 y. 

SHARPE (see also Sharp), Lafayette, s. Rachel, poison, Feb. 

6, 1849, a. 2 y. 
Lucy, d. Rachel, poison, April 18, 1849, a. 12 d. 

SHAW, Emeline, d. James and Lydia, throat distemper, June 

18, 1846, a. 4 y. 
Joseph G., hostler, s. Moses H. and Elisabeth H., suicide, Nov. 

17, 1848, a. 25 y. 3 m. 29 d. 
Lydia, b. Shelburne, N. S., w. James, consiunption, Dec. 25, 

1848, a. 34 y. 5 m. 15 d. 
Mary, Dec. 14, 1703. 
William, Mar. 23, 1723-4, a. abt. 24 y. 

SHEPHERD, Joseph Lemuel, s. Joseph and Olive, at Schenec- 
tady, Feb. 8, 1824. 

Sarah Ann, d. Joseph and Olive, Nov. 14, 1832. [a. 12 y. 
G. R. 13.] 

, s. stillborn, Joseph and Olive, July 20, 1843. 

SILK, Elizabeth, Oct. 31, 1777. p. R. 357. 

, h. Elizabeth, killed, Oct. 4, 1777. p. r. 357. 

SILVESTER (see also Sylvester), Abigail, w. Sam[ue]l, bur. 
Apr. 10, 1808. c. R. 3. 

SIMPSON, Nancy, wid. Henry, dysentery, Aug. 29, 1849, a. 
71 y. 29 d. 

SINCLAIR, Peter David, s. Peter and Hannah, dysentery, Sept. 
16, 1848, a. 2 y. 2 m. 5 d. 

SKAMP (see also Scampe), Robert, Apr. 23, 1691. 



286 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



SMITH, Abigail [wid. Capt. John. g. r. 1.], old age, Nov, 21, 

1807, a. 85 y. c. r. 1, [a. 82 y. g. r. 1.] 
Abigail [D. c. R. 6 ; P. G. r. 1], wid. [Capt. G. R. 1.], Joseph 

[d. David Plumer deceased G. R. 1.], Dec. 6, 1840. [a. 

72 y. G. R. 1.] 
Abigaill, d. John, Aug. 26, 1701. 

Amos, h. Rebecca (Rowe), — , 1765, a. 25 y. p. r. 168. 
Benjamin, in captivity, — , 1781. c. R. 2. 
Benj[amin], by a fall at sea, Sept. 27, 1807, a. 18 y. c. r. 1. 
Benjamin, jr., seaman, b. Port Matoon, N. S., s. Henry and 

Margaret, diarrhoea, Oct. 24, 1847, a. 24 y. 3 m. 2 d. 

Bethiah, w. Daniel, jr., . [after 1745?] 

Betsy at the workhouse, July 22, 1812, a. abt. 8 y. 

Charles, lost at sea on his passage from Lisbon to Gloucester, 

fall, 1810. G. R. 1. 
Charles, widr., cooper, b. Ipswich, consumption. May 23, 1845, 

a. 78 y. 5 m. 3 d. 
Charles, m., fisherman, consumption, Nov. 10, 1845, a. 73 y. 

8 m. 
Charles, m., b. Sanborntown, N. H., mariner, s. Timothy and 

Mary, cancer, Jan. 6, 1849, a. 45 y. 4 m. 3 d. 
Charles, 3d., m., boot and shoe store, b. Rockport, s. Joseph, 

consumption, Feb. 26, 1849, a. 4 — y. [a. 49 y. c. R. 1.] 
Charles B., butcher, b. Charlestown, brain fever, bur. Charles- 
town, Dec. 2, 1843, a. 26 y. 5 m. 8 d. 
Charlotte, measles, Apr. 13, 1816, a. 6 y. c. R. 1. 
Charlotte, at the workhouse, Aug. 5, 1817, a. abt. 30 y. 
Charlotte, d. William and Charlotte (Pool), May 7, 1828. 

p. R. 909. 
Charlotte, Mrs., cancer, Oct. 25, 1847. c. R. 5. 
Conrad, s. Timothy A. and Correlia, diarrhoea, Sept. 20, 1847, 

a. 6 m. 4 d. 
Daniel, Aug. 24, 1747, a. 54 y. 9 m. 24 d. G. r. 1. 
David P., s. [Capt. g. r. 1.], Joseph and Abigail [P. g. r. 1.], 

inflammation of the stomach, Nov. 10, 1846, a. 50 y. 

3 m. 14 d. 
Dorcas, Mar. 8, 1843. c. R. 10. 
Edwin, s. William and Charlotte (Pool), Mar. 24, 1833. 

p. R. 909. 
Elbridge B., s. William and Charlotte (Pool), Sept. 3, 1847, 

p. R. 909. 
Elisabeth, w. Charles, consumption, Apr. 15, 1845, a. 74 y. 

5 m. 5 d. " 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 287 

Smith, Eliza, d. David and Eliza [G. G. R. 5.], June 14, 1832. 

[a. 7 y. G. R. 5.] 
Eliza, b. Boston, w. Charles G., bleeding of lungs, Feb. 3, 1845, 

a. 46 y. [a. 47 y. G. r. 2.] 
Eliza G., d. David and Eliza [G. g. R. 5.], typhus fever, Sept. 

31, 1846, a. 9 y. 3 m. 12 d. [Sept. 30. G. R. 5.] 
Eliza Giddings, d. David and Eliza [G. G. r. 5.], Aug. 16, 

1837. [Aug. 17. a. 1 y. g. r. 5.] 
Eliza [W. c. R. 1.], w. Charles, 3d, Aug. 31, 1837. [a. 35 y. 

c. R. 1.] 
Elizabeth [Procter, w. Charles, g. r. 1.], Apr. 15, 1845, a. 

74 y. c. R. 1. 
Emily Williams, d. Charles, 3d and Eliza, July 11, 1836. 
Emily Williams, d. Charles and Eliza, — , 1837. G. R. 13. 
Eveline, d. William and Charlotte (Pool), Oct. 12, 1836. p. R. 

909. 
Hannah, at the almshouse, Feb. 25, 1810, a. 38 y. c. R. 1. 
Hannah, w. Joseph, childbirth, bur. Mar. 3, 1825. C. R. 6. 
Hannah, d. Sam[ue]l E. and Hannah, throat distemper, Mar. 

27, 1849, a. 1 y. 10 m. 8 d. 
Helen Augusta, d. Allen and Sally (Young), Aug. 31, 1836. 

p. R. 911. 
Henry [Capt. g. r. 10.], supposed fit at Demerara [at Surinam 

G. r. 10.], Aug. 26, 1810, a. 41 y. c. R. 1. [Aug. 29. G. R. 

10.] 
Henry, Aug. 26, 1836, a. 46 y. c. r. 1. 
Henry Sargent, s. Capt. Henry and Lydia Allen, Dec. 11> 

1834. g. r. 10. 
Isaac A., m., goldsmith, s. John and Martha, consumption, 

June 28, 1844, a. 46 y. 3 m. 17 d. [June 29. o. R. 13.] 
Jacob, Col., Mar. 18, 1812, a. 46 y. G. r. 13. 
James, foreigner, at the workhouse, Apr. 17, 1815, a. abt. 80 y. 
James, Dec. 14, 1816, a. 73 y. c. R. 1. 
James, drowned, Apr. 11, 1819, a. 14 y. c. R. 1. 
John, June 25, 1719, a. abt. 16>< y. 
John, Capt., Jan. 9, 1789, in his 67th y. g. r. 1. 
John, s. Capt. Henry and Lydia Allen, lost at sea, Aug. — , 

1816. G. R. 10. 
John, Oct. 28, 1828, a. 68 y. G. R. 5. 
Jonathan, Oct. — , 1732 [Oct. 3. a. 30 y. G. R. 1.] 
Joseph, s. John, Aug. 28, 1701. 
Joseph, bur. Aug. 28, 1823. c. R. 6. 
Joseph, s. Allen and Sally (Young), Sept. 28, 1829. ?. R. 911. 



288 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Smith, Joseph [Capt. c. r. 6.], h. Abigail, Jan. 24, 1839. 

[a. 70 y. c. r. 6.] 
Judeth Eliza, Oct. 21, 1837, a. 4 y. c. R. 1. [Oct. 23. g. r. 1.] 
Julia F., d. Daniel and Marcy, scarlet fever, Apr. 5, 1849, a. 

2 y. 10 m. 7 d. 
Lucy, d. John and Martha, Mar. 4, 1796. 
Lydia, June 14, 1816, p. R. 908. 
Lydia [wid. c. R. 1.] at the workhouse [cancer, c. r. 1.], Aug. 

15, 1816, a. abt. 72 y. 
Lydia, d. Capt. Henry and Lydia Allen, d. Apr. 14, 1841. 

G. R. 10. 
Lydia Allen, w. Capt. Henry, Aug. 1, 1816. G. R. 10. 
Martha, wid. Charles, lung fever, Mar. 8, 1848, a. 75 y. 2 m. 

12 d. [1847 dup.] 
Martha A., w. John, Feb. 28, 1799, a. 42 y. c. r. 5. 
Mary, d. John, Mar. 15, 1696-7. 
Marv, w. Alexander, Sept. 13, 1759. [Sept. 12. in her 24th y. 

G. R. 1.] 

Mary, . [after 1760?] 

Mary, d. Henry and Lydia (Allen), July 29, 1828. p. r. 908. 
Mary Ann, d. Benjamin H. and Sally, June 16, 1832. [June 

10. P. R. 910.] 
Miranda B., b. Boston, d. Daniel D. [and L. W. H. dup.], 

dropsy, Apr. 15, 1848, a. 13 y. 11 m. 15 d. [1847 dup.] 
Moris, s. Moris and Sarah, Feb. 3, 1685. 
Morrice, May 13, 1726, a. abt. 70 y. 

Nabby, d. Sargent and Lydia, Sept. 23, 1784, a. 5 w. g. r. 1. 
Nancy, d. Capt. Henry and Lydia Allen, d. May 20, 1815. 

G. R. 10. [Aug. 20. p. R. 908.] 
Nancy, wid.. d. Benja[min], old age, Dec. 19, 1847, a. 79 y. 

7 m. 10 d. 
Nathaniel, Capt., Nov. 9, 1829, a. 55 y. G. r. 1. 
Sally, only d. Capt. John, jr., Feb. 20, 1795, a. 19 y. g. R. 1. 
Sally, w. Cephas, Oct. — , 1833. p. r. 490. 
Sarah, w. Morris, Jan. 20, 1724-5, a. above 80 y. 
Sarah, d. John, 3d and Sarah, June 5, 1775. 
Sarah, wid. [Capt. Nathaniel, g. r. 1.], heart complaint, Apr. 

. 15, 1849, a. 76 y. 6 m. 28 d. 
Sarah A., d. William P. and Emeline, consumption, Feb. 11, 

1844, a. 7 m. 3 d. 
Sarah Allen, d. stillborn, William P., fisherman and Emeline, 

July 12, 1843. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 289 

Smith, Sargent, s. Sargent and Lydia, June 11, 1782, a. 12 m. 

21 d. G. R. 1. 
Susanna, wid., Mar. 2, 1724-5, a. abt. 46 y, 
Susanna, at the workhouse, Aug. 15, 1817, a. 76 y. 
Thomas, late of Ipswich, Apr. 24, 1706. 

Thomas, Esq., late of Falmouth, Feb. 10, 1776, a. 40 y. g. R. 1. 
William, drowned, Apr. 11, 1819, a. 16 y. C. R. 1. 
William, s. Charles, 3d and Eliza, July 13, 1834. 
William [Williams G. r. 13.], s. Charles, 3d and Eliza, May 

5, 1837. 
William, s. William P. and Jane, Sept. 22, 1838. 
William P. ir., s. William P. and Emmeline (Collins), Apr. 

3, 1841,' a. 1 y. 2 m. p. r. 915. 
William P[earson G. r. 10.], m., mariner, s, [Capt. G. R. 10.], 

Henry E. and Nancy [Lydia Allen g. r. 10.], brain 

fever. Mar. 13, 1848, a. 32 y. 2 m. 12 d. [May 12. g. r. 

10.] 
, Mrs., an aged woman at the workhouse, bur. July 23, 

1812. c. R. 6. 

, ch. W[illia]m, scalded, Dec. 18, 1816, a. 10 m. c. R. 1. 

, s. , bur. July 17, 1827, a. 6 m. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Henry, May 3, 1829. c. R. 1. 

, inf. d. Jos[eph or James?], bur. Feb. 14, 1831, c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. C, 3d [June 18?], 1836. c. R. 1. 

, s. stillborn, David and Eliza, Aug. 10, 1845. 



SMOTHERS, Abigail [P. g. r. 5.], wid. Edward, cancer, June 
17, 1849, a. 44 y. 1 m. 2 d. 

SNOW, Anna, w. Marmaduke, July 20, 1731, a. 23 y. G. R. 1. 

SOAMES (see also Somes), Eliza, d. John, jr., bur. Apr. 18, 
1806, a. 11 y. c. R. 6. 

SOAMS (see also Somes), Susannah, w. Joseph, consumption, 
June 7, 1773, a. 37 y. c. R. 3. 

SOMES (see also Soames, Soams), Abigail, w. Nehemiah, 

July 17, 1731, in her 24th y. 
Abigail, d. Nehemiah and Abigail, Aug. 11, 1731. 
Abigail, wid. Capt. Samuel, Mar. 18, 1811, a. 56 y. g. r. 1. 
Anna, wid. [Capt. G. R. 5.], John, old age, Apr. 13, 1846, a. 

90 y. 5 m. 25 d. 



290 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



m. G. R. 5.] 
Sept. 15, 1807. G. R. 



[1829. 



Somes, Ann C, d. Charles N. and Caroline E., May 10, 1835, 

a. 6 m. 18 d. G. R. 5. 
Benjamin, Jan. 31, 1805, a. 72 y. G. R. 1 [a. 73 y. c. R. 6.] 
Benjamin, s. Sam[ue]ll and Abigail [(Bray), p. R. 920.], 

Sept. 28, 1813. [a. 27 y. g. r. 1.] 
Benjamin, at sea, Nov. 24, 1841, a. 31 y. G. R. 13. 
Benja[min] Franklin, s. Benjamin F. and Hannah Maria, May 

14, 1836. A. and c. [a. 10 m. G. R, 5.] 
Benja[min] Franklin [Franklin, g. r. 5.], s. Benjamin F. and 

Hannah Maria, Jan. 5, 1838. [a. 9 
Charles, May 25, 1826, a. 25 y. G. R. 1. 
Charlotte, d. Isaac and Charlotte W., d 

5. 
Charlotte [Webber, g. r. 5.], w. Isaac, July 20, 1822. 

p. r. 921.] __ 

Eliza O., d. John and Rebecca, Feb. 8, 1833, a. 23 y. g. r. 5. 

[a. 22 y. c. R. 6.] 
Elizabeth, Jan. 4, 1696-7. 

Elizabeth, Mrs., . [17 — . footstone.] 

Frederick, bur. Aug. 31, 1817, a. 19 y. c. r. 6. 

George Herbert, s. Samuel and Abigail (Bray), June 4, 1791, 

a. 6 m. p. R. 920. 
George Herbert, s. Isaac and Charlotte [W. g. r. 5.], Apr. 4, 

1811. 
Gorham, lost overboard on his passage to Sumartra, Jan. 25, 

1826. G. R. 1. 
Hannah M[aria c. r. 6], wid. Benjamin F., Apr. 22, 1838. 

[Apr. 21. a. 28 y. c. r. 6.] 
Harriet, d. [twin. c. r. 1.], Isaac and Charlotte [W. c. R. 1.], 

diarrhoea, Oct. 10, 1847, a. 25 y. 3 m. 5 d. 
Henrietta, d. [twin. c. r. 1.] Isaac and Charlotte, [W. c. r. 

5.], cholera morbus, Sept. 28, 1847, a. 25 y. [Sept. 29. 

c. R. 1.] 
I. Capt., lost in Ship "Tempest," abt. 1781 or 2. c. R. 5. 
Jacob, mariner, s. Joseph and Abigail, bilious fever, bur. at 

Cayenne, June 16, 1844, a. 33 y. 2 m. 19 d. 
Jane, w. Timothy, Oct. 30, 1696. 
John, Capt., Aug. 17, 1816, a. 73 y. g. r. 12. [Aug. 1. 

G. R. 5.] 
John, jr. [rope maker, consumption, c. r. 6.], drowned Sept. 

3, 1820, a. 54 y. g. r. 1. [a. 53 y. G. r. 5.] 
John jr., s. John and Mary, Nov. 9, 1841. [a. 17 y. C. R. 1.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 29 I 

Somes, Joseph, s. Joseph, he had eaten too many wild cherries 

and sweet apples the day before which occasioned his death 

suddenly, Sept. 5, 1780, a. 9 y. c. R. 3. 
Joseph, bur. Oct. 17, 1833. c. R. 6. 
Lucy, Apr. 11, 1837, a. 28 y. c. R. 1. 
Margerie, w. Moris, 22:11 m:1646. 
Mary, w. John, June 20, 1826, a. 33 y. G. R. 5. 
Mary S., d. John and Rebecca, Nov. 15, 1815, a. 15 m. G. R. 

5. [bur. Nov. 5. c. r. 6.] 
Mercy, d. Timothy, Nov. 17, 1696. 
Mercy, d. Abraham and Martha, Dec. — , 1743. 
Moris, Jan. 13, 1688-9. 
Morris, on board a fishing sloop, Jeremiah Butman, master, 

lost at sea on his return voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. 

— , 1716, a. 24 y. 
Nathanaell, July 12, 1690. 
Patiance, d. Timothy, Jan. 11, 1696-7. 
Polly, w. John, Sept. 18, 1788, a. 25 y. G. R. 1. 
Rebecca [Eliza o. R. 5.], d. Alfred and Rebecca E[lwell G. R. 

5.], Aug. 6, 1849. [a. 6 y. 8 m. g. r. 5.] 
Rebecca [Elwell g. r. 5.] w. Alfred, consumption, May 3, 

1843, a. 25 y. 11 m. 9 d. [May 2. dup] 
Ruthy, w. John, jr. [consumption c. R. 6.], Aug. 19, 1805, a. 

33 y. G. R. 1. [bur. Aug. 14. c. R. 6.] 
Samuel, Capt. [s. Isaac, p. r. 920.], Mar. 27, 179-7, a. 41 y. 

G. R. 1. [1796. a. 42 y. p. R. 920.] 
Samuel, jr., at sea, Dec, 3, 1822, a. 16 y. G. r. 13. 
Samuel [yellow fever], at New Orleans, Aug. 18, 1839, a. 57 

y. c. R. 1. 
Samuell, s. Timothy sr., Dec. 9, 1699. 
Stephen [s. John jr. g. r. 1.], fever at Santigo, June 27, 1819, 

a. 24 y. c. R. 1. 
Susanna, w. Capt. Benjamin, Feb. 10, 1789, a. 55 y. G. R. 1. 
Timothy, sr., Feb. 1, 1705-6. 
William, m., laborer, s. William and Lydia, consumption, Mar. 

11, 1846, a. 40y. 4 m. 11 d. 
William Saville, s. George [W. g. r. 5.] and Esther, consump- 
tion, Oct. 1, 1848, a. 1 y. 1 m. 21 d. 

, eh. John, 3d, Sept. 2, 1807, a. 2 y. c. R. 1. 

, inf. ch. John, Sept. 22, 1837. c. R. 1. 

, inf. s. John and Betsey W., Sept. 7, 1837. o. R. 5. 



292 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 



SOUTHMATE, John, s. Will[iam] [and Millisson. dup.], 16: 
- 10 m:l64S. 



-, Mrs., bur. Mar. 29, 1815. 



SOYER (see also Sawyer), 

C. R. 6. 



SPARLING, Barnett, s. S. G., at sea, abroad, received notice, 

July 11, 1819. c. R. 6. 
Sally G., bur. Apr. 10, 1827, a. 66 y. c. r. 6. 

SPINNEY^ Louiza, d. wid. Lavinia, bur. Sept. 22, 1836, a. 
abt. 19 m. c. R. 6. 

SPRINGAR (see also Springer), Jonathan, May 25, 1714. 

SPRINGER (see also Springar), Elizabeth, w. Jonathan, Nov. 
16, 1713. 



SPRINGETT, 



-, ch. Cutler, bur. Sept. 15, 1828. c. R. 6. 



STAGEY (see also Stacy), Elizabeth, w. John, Oct. 25, 1733, 

a. 61 y. G. R. 9. 
Hannah, wid. John, July 8, 1771, a. 39 y. g. R. 1. 
John, Feb. 22, 1732, in his 67th y. G. R. 1. 
Nancy, w. Benjamin, Jan. 10, 1821, a. 29 y. 6 m. g. r. 1. 

STACY (see also Stacey), Alexandria [inf. ch, c. r. 1.], d. 

John and Anna, Dec. 8, 1807. [a. 9 m. G. R. 1.] 
Anna Watts, d. Eli and Mary S., Nov. 8, 1815. [a. 5 y. 

c. R. 6.] 
Benjamin, May 6, 1848 a. 81 y, G. R. 1. 
Benja[min] K., b. Salem, m., baker, dysentery, Sept. 3, 1848, 

a. 34 y. 5 m. 25 d. 
Eli, h. Mary S., Sept. 29, 1833. [a. 53 y. c. R. 6.] 
Eliza, wid Joseph, suicide. May 14, 1849, a. 53 y. 5 m. 
Elizabeth, w. Dea. Nymphas, Sept. 9, 1768, a. 39 y. g. R. 1. 
Hannah, w. Dea. Nymphas, May 1, 1761, in her 59th y. g. R. 1. 
Hannah Harkin, w. Benjamin, childbirth, bur. Mar. 31, 1808. 

C. R. 6. 
Isabella, d. Nymphas, jr. and Lydia, July 7, 1758. 
John, July 13, 1766, a. 39 y. 6 m. 12 d. g. r. 1. 
John, s. John and Hannah, Dec. 31, 1768, a. 11 y. 4 m. o. r. 1. 



r 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 293 

Stacy, John [Capt. g. r. 1.], s. John and Anna, Apr. 13, 1825. 

[a. 30 y. G. R. 1.] 
John, jr., at Boston, Aug. 11, 1835, a. 23 y. G. R. 1. 
John, Capt., h. Anna, Dec. 26, 1841. [a. 73 y. c. R. 1.] 
Joseph, m. yeoman, s. Benja[min] and Mary, dropsy, Mar. 24, 

1849, a. 53 y. 5 m. 9 d. 
Lucy, w. Benjamm, Jan. 3, 1820, a. 80 y. g. R. 1. 
Lydia, w. Nymphas, jr., Apr. 6, 1758, a. 25 y. 
Lydia, d. Nymphas, jr. and Lydia, Apr. 26, 1758. 
Mary, d. N\TOphas and Hannah, Feb. 21, 1760, a. 19 y. g. R. 1. 
Mary Eliza^ Mar. 16, 1840. c. R. 7. 
Mary Eliza, w. Jacob Bacon, Mar. — , 1846. c. R. 9. 
Mary Eliza, d. Eli F. and Clementine D., throat distemper 

and scarlet fever, Jan. 2, 1849, a. 6 y. 6 m. 
Mary Saunders, d. Eli and Mary S., May 11, 1816. 
Nancy, w. Benjamin Stacy, jr., Jan. 10, 1821, 
Nancy Norwood, d. Benjamin and Nancy (Tarr), May 7, 1846 

or 7. p. R. 605. 
Nymphas, Dea., Nov. 14, 1774, a. 75 y. g. r. 1. 
Philemon, s. N>TTiphas and Hannah, Oct. 4, 1742, a. 10 y. 

G. R. 1. 

Samuel, Jan. 5, 1838, a. 66 y. g. r. 1. 

Samuel Adison, s. Samuel Adams and Harriet Scott (Gilbert), 
Aug. 13, 1849. p. R. 371. 

Samuel S., s. Samuel A. and Harriet, cholera morbus, Aug. 16, 
1849, a. 1 y. 1 m. 4 d. 

William, s. [Capt. G. R. 1.], John and Anna [drowned in Sur- 
inam. G. R. 1.], Mar. 3, 1812. [a. 14 y. a R. 1.] 

, inf. ch. Joseph, bur. Dec. 22, 1819. c. R. 6. 

, d. Joseph, bur. June 29, 1825, a. 18 m. c. R. 6. 

, s. Joseph, bur. May 16, 1828, a. 1 y. 9 m. c. R. 6. 

, s. Benjamin K., of Manchester, bur. Aug. 16, 1839, 

a. 15 m. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Eli and Clementine, Sept. 27, 1845. 

STAINWOOD (see also Stanwood), David, s. David and Su- 
sanna, May 16, 1724, a. 15 d. 
John, s. Philip and Ester, Mar. 5, 1717-18, a. abt. 20 y. 
John, s. Philip and Sarah, Feb. 16, 1722-3, a. abt. 1 y. 6 m. 
Jonathan, May 7, 1745. 
Mark, s. David and Susanna. June 18, 1725. 
Mark, s. David and Susannah, July 13, 1738. [a. 18 d. dup.] 
Martha, d. James and Mary, Mar. 9, 1721-2, a. 24 h. 



294 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Stainwood, Mary [d. Mary. ex. r.], Mar. 3, 1673-4. 
Mary, w. Philep, Jan. 3, 1678. 
Phillep, sr., Aug. "7, 1672. 
Phillep, s. Phillep, Jan. 10, 1685. 

STANLEY, Abigail, at the poorhouse, [May?] 29, 1833, a. 

88 y. 
Daniel, master of a schr., lost at sea on a fishing voyage near 

Isle of Sables, Aug. — , 1716, a. 23 y. 

STANWOD (see also Stanwood), Easter, Dec. 30, 1732. 

Elizabeth, d. Jonathan, Aug. 11, 1708. 

STANWOOD (see also Stainwood, Stanwod), Aaron, at sea, 

Feb. 21, 1806, a. 47 y. c. R. 1. 
Abigail, Mar. — , 1780, a. abt. 40 y. c. r. 2. 
Amelia Foster, d. Solomon and Lucy E., Mar. 13, 1834. [a. 

7 m. 16 d. c. R. 6 ; a. 8 m. g. r. 5.] 
Anna, wid., consumption, Dec. 12, 1817. c. r. 1. 
Ann, d. David and Susanah, Oct. 4, 1730. 
Anna, at the workhouse, Apr. 13, 1812. 
Benoni, s. twin, Jonathan and Mary, Feb. 29, 1707. 
Betty, d. Solomon and Betty, Nov. 19, 1758. 
Betty, w. Solomon, Dec. 28, 1760, in her 24th y. 
David, h. Lucy, supposed lost in the ship Winthrop and Mary, 

Capt. James Collins, on their return from India, , 

David, s. David jr. and Dorcas, Aug. 21, 1734, a. 12 d. 

David [Capt. c. r. 6.], Feb. 3, 1839, a. 32 y. G. R. 12. 

David, h. Susan, Feb. 5, 1840. 

Debrah, w. John, Mar. 16, 1733. 

Ebenezer, Sept. 9, 1727. 

Esther Rogers, d. [Capt. o. R. 1.], Theodore and Sally, Nov. 

20, 1823. [Nov. 14. a. 13 y. G. R. 1.] 
George G. [E. p. r. 923.], s. George G. and Ann [Eliza A. 

G. R. 7 ; (Boynton). p. r. 923.], cholera morbus, Sept. 25, 

1847, a. 1 y. 1 m. 4d. [Sept. 26, a. 11 m. o. r. 7.] 
Hannah, d. Andrew and Hannah (Milberry), Oct. 15, 1742. 
Hannah, w. Job, Mar. 1, 1753, in her 24th y. g. r. 2. 
Hannah, w. [Capt. G. r. 12.], Richard Goss, Apr. 8, 1813. 

[a. 34 y. G. r. 12.] 
Hannah Fuller, w. [Capt. c. r. 6.], Richard G. jr., Nov. 27, 

1834, a. 31 y. g. r. 12. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 295 

Stanwood, Harriet K.. w. Barnet, consumption, Nov. 12, 1844, 

a. 29 y. 10 m. 6 d. 
Henry, m., mariner, consumption, Sept. 29, 1849, a. 60 y. 

[Sept. 15. G. R. 7.] 
[Jamjes, s. [Dajvid and Susanna, Feb. 24. 1739-40. 
James Albert, s. Barnard and Harriet, lung fever, Feb. 2, 

1844, a. 16 m. 10 d. 
Job, s. Andrew and Hannah, Nov. 14, 1759. 
John, Serg., Jan. 25, 1705-6. 
Jonathan, s. Jonathan, Apr. 27, 1693. 

Joseph, s. Joseph and Rachel (Sargent), . [after 1739?] 

Joshua, s. Joshua and Mary (Riggs), . [after 1755.] 

Joshua, s. Joshua, Mar. 9, 1759, a. 3 y. 

Joshua, at the workhouse, Apr. 30, 1812, a. 78 y. 

Lem[ue]l, suddenly, at Newburyport, May 30, 1810, a. 67 y. 

C. R. 1. 

Mary R.. w. Zebulon, Nov. 22. 182 7. a. 72 y. o. R. 4. 
Nancy G., w. Henry, consumption, Jan. 25, 1848, a. 52 y. 10 

m. 26 d. [Jan. 26. G. R. 7.] 
Nancy J., d. Henry, jr. and Rachel N., Dec. 26, 1836, a. 3 

m. 15 d. G. R. 7. 
Nancy Jane, d. Henry and Nancy G., Sept. 15, 1836. [a. 2 y. 

6 m. c. R. 6.] 
Patiance, d. twin, Jonathan and Mary, Feb. 29, 1707. 

Pattv, w. Benjamin, . [after 1757?] 

Philip, Sept. 24, 1728. 

Rachall, d. Jonathan, Nov. 25, 1695. 

Rachel, wid. , May 28, 1819. c. R. 3. 

Richard G., 3d [s. Capt. G. jr. c. R. 6.], Nov. 9, 1829, a. 5 in. 

18 d. G. R. 12. 
Sarah, d. Philip, July 13, 1720, a. 13 d. 
Sarah, w. Phillip, Dec. 23, 1732. 
Sarah, w. Theodore, suddenly at Boston, June 25, 1825, a. 52 y. 

G, R. 1. 
Sarah S., Mar. 2, 1848. p. r. 833. 
Solomon, Capt., h. Anna, . [Nov. 5, 1811, a. 39 y. 

G. R. 12; a. 89. g. r. 5.] 
Sukey, w Richard Goss, Apr. 12, 1801. 
Susan, d. Capt. Richard G., Feb. 21, 1822, a. 21 y. G. R. 12. 
Susan [wid. c. r. 6.], at the poorhouse, June 27, 1835, a. 87 y. 
Susannah, wid., bur. Aug. 21, 1814. c. R. 6. 
Theodore, h. Sally, drowned on his passage from Russia to 

Havanna. [after 1810?] 



296 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Stanwood, Thomas, Feb. 6, 1714-15. ' 

Zebulon, Capt., at Surranam. — , 1802, a. abt. 29 y. c. R. 2. 
Zebulon, July 30, 1838, a. 86 y. G. R. 4. 
— aniel, s. — d, jr. and Dorcas, Sept. 24, 1750. 

, s. John, and Dorothy, . [after Sept. 1766?] 

, wid. , consumption. Mar. — , 1776. c. R. 2. 

, Mrs.. Sept. 24, 1778, a. abt. 80 y. c. R. 2. 

, Mr., at the workhouse, bur. Apr. — , 1812, a. 78 y. 

c. R. 6. 
, inf. s. George G. and Eliza A. (Boynton), Nov. 24, 

1847. P. R. 923. 
-, s. George [G. g. r. 7.], and Eliza A., fits, Dec. 2, 



1849, a. 1 d. [Nov. 24. G. R. 7.] 

STATEN, Benjamin Francis, b. Salem, s. Henry and C, dys- 
entery, Sept. 11, 1848, a. 5 m. 22 d. 
Benjamin Pool, b. Salem, s. Henry, jr. and Sarah C, chin 

cough, bur. at Boston, d. May 23, 1847, a. 10 m. 16 d. 
Betsy, w. Henry, June 13, 1823. [a. 26 y. G. R. 11.] 
Charles, s. Henry, June 23, 1823, a. 2 d.? G. R. 11. 
Charles Albert, s. Edward and Lucy Ann, May 5, 1841. [a. 2 

y. 6 m. c. R. 6.] 
Hannah, d. Henry, Mar. 28, 1838, a. 11 y. G. R. 11. [a. 12 y^ 

c. R. 6.] 
Hannah, w. 2d, Henry, July 1, 1842. [a. 37 y. G. r. 11.] 
Henry, s. Henry and Betsy, Mar. 28, 1838. 
Henry, m., sexton, s. Henrv and Elizabeth, dysentery, Oct. 13, 

1849, a. 51 y. 10 m. 21 d. [Oct. 18. g. r. 11.] 
John James, s. Henry and Hannah 2d w., Apr. 24, 1839. [Apr. 

21. a. 1 y. g. r. 11.] 
Lydia, d. Henry, Sept. 13, 1842, a. 2 m. g. R. 11. 
[Mary Elisabeth], d. Henry and Betsy. — , 1838. 
Samuel C, s. Edward and Lucy, dysentery, Aug. 26, 1849, 

a. 11 m. 13 d. 
William Morgan, s. Henry and Hannah, 2d w., Sept. 4, 1841, 

[Sept. 1. a. 9 y. g. R. 11 ; a. 8 y. c. r. 6.] 

STEEL (see also Steele), William, fever, Oct. — , 1799, a. 
abt. 69 y. c. r. 2. 

STEELE (see also Steel), Adney, s. James, jr. and Sarah, 

drowned, Dec. 18, 1849, a. 4 y. 9 m. 
Amanda, Sept. 30, 1841, a. 8 m. g. r. 5. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 297 

Steele, Amanda, r. Geo[rge] and Polly, consumption, Oct. 1. 

1884, a. 8 m. 
Charles, bur. Sept. 14, 1814. c. R. 6. 
Charles C, d. George and Lucy, consumption, Jan. 28, 1846, 

a. 13 y. 6 m. 24 d. [Jan. 29. g. r. 5.] 
Daniel, s. Daniel and Mary, Jan. 14, 1827, a. 27 y. p. R. 926. 
Daniel, Maj., bur. May 4, 1831. c. R. 6. [d. May 2, a. 63 y. 

p. R. 926.] 
Eliza Ann, w. William H., July 12, 1838. [a. 31 y. G. R. 5.] 
Elizabeth [Betsey. G. R. 5.] w. Capt. James, bur. July 28, 182.S, 

a. 60 y. c. R. 6. [Jul. 27, a. 61. o. R. 5.] 
Emily, d. John, croup, bur. June 1, 1839, a. 5 y. c. R. 6. 
George, s. George and Rachel, Aug. 2, 1825. [a. 2 y. 2 m. 

c. R. 6.] 

Harriet, d. George and Rachel, Dec. 3, 1817 [a. 5 w. c. r. 6. J 

Isaac A., Oct. 15, 1837, a. 1 y. G. R. 5. 

James [inf. c. R. 6.], s. George and Rachel, Oct. 4, 1814. 

James, Capt., bur. Apr. 15, 1831, a. 74 y. c. R. 6. 

James, jr., m., mariner, s. George and Rachel, bur. at Surinam, 

d. July 9, 1847, a. 31 y. 6 m. 3 d. 

James, s. James and Betsy, consumption, Feb. 3, 1848, a. 61 y. 

2 m. 6 d. 
Joel, Rev., clergyman, b. Toland, Conn., cancer, Aug. 24, 

1846, a. 64 y. 10 d. 
John, yeoman, consumption, May 23, 1845, a. 70 y. 
John, jr., s. John and Betsy, consmnption, Dec. 28, 1847, a. 

56 y. 2 m. 
John, jr., m., yeoman, s. John and Betsy, fever, Dec. 30, 1849, 

a. 49 y. 
John D., housewright, s. John [Nancy D. g. r. 5.], typhus 

fever, Oct. 11, 1845, a. 23 y. 7 m. 4 d. 
Louisa [T. c. r. 6.], w. John, jr., June 25, 1818. 
Lucy Smith, d. George and Lucy, Jan. 29, 1834. [a. 3 y. 7 m. 

G. R. 5.] 
Lucy Smith, w. George, Sept. 9, 1835. [a. 39 y. g. r. 5.] 
Mary, d. Daniel and" Mary, Feb. 4, 1814, a. 18 y. p. r. 926. 
Mary, w. Daniel, Nov. 15, 1829, a. 64 y. p. r. 926. 
Mary E., d. John and Nancy D., Oct. 14, 1836, a. 18 y. 

g. r. 5. 
Mary P. [T. g .r. 5.], d. George and Rachel, consumption, 

'Nov. 26, 1845, a. 20 y. 3 m. 17 d. 
Mary Pearce, d. George and Rachel, Sept. 13, 1822. [a. 1 y. 

10 m. c. R. 6.] 



298 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Steele, Rochel, w. George [d. Capt. Josiali Herrick. g. r. 5.], 
Feb. 13, 1829. [a. 34 y. o. R. 5.] 

Sarah, wid. , Aug. — , 1818, a. abt. 82 y. c. R. 2. 

Solomon, bur. Apr. 17, 1828, a. 35 y. c. R 6. 
Warren, bur. Feb. — , 1831, a. 18 y. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. Willim, — , 1778. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. Will[ia]m, July — , 1780. C. R. 2. 

, w. Will[ia]m, July — , 1780, middle aged. c. r. 2. 

, wid., old age, Oct. 4, 1817, a. 80 y. c. r. 1. 

, inf. ch. George and' Polly, Dec. 1, 1846. 

STEEVENES (see also Stevens), James, s. James, Jan. 30, 
1660. 

STEEVENS (see also Stevens), John, s. James and Susana, 
30:11 m:1660. ct. r. 

STEEVINS (see also Stevens), Isacke, s. James [and Susana. 
CT. R.], Dec. 21, 1664. 

STEPHENS (see also Stevens), , wid. Ebenezer, Mar. 

11, 1820. a. 93 y. c. r. 2. 

STEVENS (see also Steevenes, Steevens, Steevins, Stephens), 
Abigail, at the poorhouse, Nov. 21, 1838, a. 85 y. 

Abigail (Cleaveland), w. Oliver, June 3, 1790. p. r. 445. 

Abigail!, d. William, Mar. 25, 1690. 

Alice, wid. Joseph, of Andover, Mar. 7, 1804, a. 67 y. G. r. 1. 

Anna, Mar. 1780, a. abt. 80 y. c. R. 2. 

Betsey, d. Zachariah and Betsy, June 12, 1795, a. 1 y. 9 m. 
G. R. 1. 

Charles, s. Cyrus, bur. Oct. 31, 1815, a. 3 y. c. r. 6. 

Cyrus, d. 1838. g. r. 5. [bur. Feb. 1, a. 69 y. c. r. 6.] [d. 
Jan. 29, p. r. 322.] 

David, at the poorhouse, July 22, 1830, a. 64 y. 

Ebenezer, s. Samuell and Mary, Mar. 26, 1706. 

Ebenezer, s. William, — , 1735-6. 

Ebenezer, Nov. 21, 1807, a. upwards of 80 y. c. r. 2. 

Elisabeth, d. William 2d and Elisabeth (Allen), July 8, 1738. 

Elizabeth, w. William, Esq., Aug. 18, 1778, in her 65th y. 

G. R. 1. 

Elizabeth, w. Col. John, former w. Col. John Gorham, Dec. 
25, 1786, in her 73d y. c. R. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 299 

Stevens, Elizabeth, w. Zachariah, Feb. 26, 1836, a. 72 y. 
G. R. 5. 

Elizabeth J., — , 1836. c. r. 9. 

George, s. George and Mary, — , 1827. 

Hannah, d, Joseph and Hannah, . [after 1791?] 

Hannah, — , 1823. G. R. 5. 

Hannah, w. Cyrus, bur. July 4, 1824. c. R. 6. 

Hannah, wid., d. Thomas and Sarah Witham, consumption, 
Sept. 21, 1849, a. 90 y. 9 m. 1 d. 

Isaac [Steevens. ct, r.], s. Jam[e]s, 27:9 m:1668. 

Isabella, Apr. 30, 1834, a. 20 y. 6 m. 17 d. g. R. 3. 

James [Stephens, ct. r.], s. William, Dec. 26, 1687. 

James, Sept. 27, 1688. 

John, Dea., Mar. 25, 1697. 

John, s. John and Rachel, Oct. 21, 1730. 

John. s. John and Rachel, Oct. 4, 1736, a, 3 y. 3 m. 21 d. 
G. R. 1. 

John, Col., Apr. 13, 1779, a. 72 y. g. r. 1. 

John, suddenly, at the workhouse, bur. July 22, 1830, a. abt. 
60 y. c. R. 6. 

Joseph, s. William, — , [1735?] 

Joseph, jr., s. Joseph and Hannah, . [after 1791?] 

Joseph, s. Cyrus, scarlet and spotted fever, bur. Oct. 23, 1815, 
a. 5 y. c. R. 6. 

Joseph, inf. ch. Cyrus, bur. Oct. 14, 1817. c. r. 6. 

Joseph, jr., h. Nabby, . [after July, 1818?] 

Joseph, m., mariner on schooner Byron, s. Joseph and Elisa- 
beth, lost on Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 34 y. 

Joseph, h. Hannah, . 

Mary, Mrs., Mar. 27—. [17—?] g. r. 1. 

Mary, w. Joseph O., bur. July 11, 1838, a. 25 y. c. R. 6. 

Mary Grover, Mrs., w. Samuel, June 1, 1758, in her 82d y. 

G. R. 1. 

Oliver, at the poorhouse, July 1, 1828, a. 63 y. 

Molly, at the poorhouse, Jan. 6, 1829, a. 76 y. [a. 70 y. 

c. R. 6.] 
Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Jerusha (Benet), Sept. 7, 1754. 
Phillepe [Steevens. ct. r.], Aug. 31, 1681. [Aug. 3. ct. r.] 
Rachel, w. John, July 22, 1753, in her 42d y. g. r. 1. 
Samuel, master of a schr., lost near Isle Sables, Apr. — , 1722, 

a. 26 y. 
Samuel, Nov. 16, 1756, in his 92d y. g. r. 1. 
Samuel [widr. dup.], m., dropsy, May 15, 1849, a. 78 y. 



300 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Stevens, Sarah, d. Nathaniel and Jerusha, Nov. 7, 1764. 
Susan, Miss, Sept. 27, 1820, a. 46 y. g. R. 1. 

Thomas, s. Joseph and Hannah, , [after 1791?] 

William, s. William, June 3, 1697. 

William, s. William, Nov. 1, 1699. 

William, Lt., Sept. 24, 1701. 

William, s. William, Apr. 16, 1735. 

William, s. William, 2d and Elisabeth (Allen), . [bef. 

1737.] 
William, jr., s. William, Esq., and Elizabeth, Sept. 27, 1763, 

in his 26th y. g. R. 1. 
William, Esq., May 10, 1767, in his 55th y. G. R. 1. 
Will[ia]m, nimib palsy, June — , 1773, a. above 70 y. C. R. 2. 
Zachariah, b. Andover, old age, Aug. 29, 1846, a. 84 y. 

 , ch. stillborn, David, Nov. 17, 1703. 

, s. Samuell and Mary, Aug. — , 1704. 

, d. Cyrus and Hannah, bur. Aug. 5, 1810, a. 1 y. 2 m. 

c. R. 6, 

, inf. ch. Cyrus, bur. Jan. 6, 1814. c. R. 6. 

-, inf. d. William, bur. Sept. 22, 1824. c. r. 6. 



, inf. ch. Cyrus, bur. Feb. 20, 1829. c. R. 6. 

, d. Joseph and Priscilla, Mar. 11, 1844, a. 6 m. 

— , d. Joseph and Arzelia, Oct. 5, 1846, a. 1 m. 

, s. stillborn, Elias and Sarah, Nov. 13, 1849. 

STEWARD, William, s. William and Abigail, mortification, 

July 3, 1776, a. 2 y. c. R. 3. 
— , inf. ch. William and Abigail, Mar. 12, 1778, a. a 

few d. c. R. 3. 

STICKNEY, Abraham, h. Mary S., Sept. 7, 1831. 
, ch. John F., July — , 1843, a. 1 m. 

STILLMAN, Beniamin F., s. Daniel M. and Rhoda (Abbott), 

Sept. 30, 1833. p. r. 17. 
Francis P., at the poorhouse, May 30, 1830, a. 6>^ m. 
George M., s. Daniel, M. and Rhoda (Abbott), July 5, 1831. 

p. R. 17. 
M., d. Daniel M. and Rhoda (Abbott), Aug. 27, 1833. p. r. 17. 
Polly [Stilman. c. R. 5.], w. Peter, Mar. 9, 1839. P. R. 307 
Rhoda, Mar. 26, 1849. c. R. 5. 
Rhoda (Abbott), w. Daniel M., Aug. 13, 1833. p. R. 17. 



GLOUCESTER DEATKS 3OI 

Stillman, Rhoda Mace, d. William and Judith Maria, Sept. 

15, 1836. 
, ch. of Elisabeth, at the poorhouse, Mar. 4, 1838, a. 

2 m. 

STIMPSON, Charles [William, g. r. 13.], s. John and Martha 
Ann, measles, July 20, 1849, a. 2 y. 1 m. 15 d. 

Susan Merrill, d. John and Hannah, July 11, 1837. [a. 16 y. 
c. R. 1.] 

STOCKBRIDG, Benjamin, s. Samuell and Mary, Mar. 9, 1710- 
11. 

STOCKMAN, Anne, internal abscess, at Hamilton, Sept. 2, 

1848. c. R. 5. 
Sally, lung fever, Feb. 29, 1844, a. 54 y. c. R. 5. 

STONE, Nathaniel, June 20, 1716, a. near 22 y. 

STORY, Adeline, w. David, Nov. 11, 1839, a. 36 y. 

Aderial, ch. Amos and Susan (Rowe), Dec. 4, 1811. 

Amos, s. Amos and Elizabeth (Norwood), Aug. 18, 1841. p. r. 

935. 
Amos, fisherman, s. Amos, lung fever. May 18, 1844, a. 45 

y. 2 m. 12 d. 
Charles, s. Cyrus and Susan [deformed. C. R. 6.] Nov. 24, 

1823. [a. 3 w. c. r. 6.] 
David, mariner, s. James and Sally, bilious fever, Aug. 12, 

1846, a. 45 y. 
Edward, s. Amos and Elizabeth (Norwood), Dec. 4, 1811. 

p. R. 935. 
Edward, s. Cyrus, bur. Sept. 8, 1836, a. 4 y. c. R. 6. 

Isaac, . [after 1769?] 

John, Oct. 14, 1785. 

Martha, d. John and Abigail (Walen), Dec. 10, 1825. p. r. 

937. 
Martha, d. David and Adeline (Lane), Dec. 13, 1835. p. R. 

741. 
Mary, d. David and Adeline (Lane), Aug. 25, 1835. p. r. 741. 
Susan, w. William, bur. Apr. 27, 1837, a. abt. 24 y. c. R. 6. 
Susan, w. Amos, lung fever, Jan. 14, 1847, a. 62 y. 10 m. 28 d. 
William, s. Cyrus and Susan, Sept. 5, 1825. p. r. 938. 



302 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Story, William Wallace, s. Isaac and Lucy [canker dup.], 
Aug. 25, 1846. [a. 6 m. 25 d. dup.] 

, ch. and Lucy Sargent, Aug. 3, 1816. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Amos, jr., bur. May 22, 1824. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. John, Dec. 13, 1825. c. R. 3. 

. s. Cyrus and Susan, Mar. 28, 1847, a. 1 d. 

ch. Cyrus and Susan, heart complaint, Mar. 28, 1848, 



a. 1 d. 

STOVER, Abraham, s. George, Sept. 30, 1707. 
Hannah, d. George and Abigaill, Feb. 26, 1701-2. 
Jonathan, s. George, Aug. 3, 1696. 
Mehetabell, d. Georg, May 19, 1706. 

STRATTON, Abigail M., w. John J., of Boston, bur. Oct. 8, 
1835, a. 31 y. c. R. 6. 

SULLIVAN, Ellen, at the poorhouse, June 10, 1840, a. 1 y. 

SWEET, John, dropsy, in West Indies, supposed Feb. 10, 1811, 

a. 59 y. c. R. 1. 
Lucy, June 3, 1840. c. R. 8. 

SWIFT, Calvin, Capt., May 8, 1840, a. 56 y. G. R. 8. 
Calvin W., — , 1838. g. r. 5. 

SYLVESTER (see also Silvester), Elisabeth Ann, d. Samuel 
and Eliza, dropsy, Dec. — , 1843. a. 5 y. 8 m. 17 d. 

Hosea, s. Ignatius B. and Ann [Judith A. g. r. 7.], lung fever, 
Apr. 25, 1849, a. 3 m. 

Judith, w. Samuel, Mar. — , 1836, a. 40 y. 9 m. G. R. 2. 

, ch., Sam[ue]l and E. A., croup, Dec. 14, 1844, a. 5 

m. 7 d. 

SYMES, Jenny, at the poorhouse, Feb. 15, 1828, a. 68 y. 

SYMONDS, Elizebth, Mrs., Jan:31 :1727-8, a. 90 y. 

TAPPAN, Abigail [inf. ch. Col. c. r. 6.], d. James and Nancy, 
Jan. 31, 1808. 

Josiah, s. Col. , at Salem, — , 1821. c. r. 2. 

Mary, d. James and Nancy, Mar. 4, 1801. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 303 

Tappan, , d. Col., bur. May 16, 1813. c. r. 6. 

, inf. ch. Col. James, bur. Nov. 20, 1815. c. R. 6. 

TAR (see also Tarr), Samuel, supposed drowned by falling 
out of a canoe in weighing the anchor, June 26, 113-. 

TARBOX, Abigail, wid. Joseph, Aug. 1, 1771, a. 68 y. g. R. 1. 

Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Deborah, June 20, 1743. 

Benjamin, May 22, 1773, a. 73 y. 

Daniel Low, Mar. 21, 1800, a. in his 43d y, p. r. 398. 

Ebenezer, smallpox, — 6, 1764, a. abt. 36 y. 

Edward C, Nov. 3, 1796. p. r. 519. 

James, Aug. 29, 1824, a. 35 y. G. R. 1 

Mary, w. Ebenezer, . [after 1755?] 

Mary C, Sept. — , 1796. p. R. 519. 
Sally, bur. Aug. 29, 1826. c. R. 6. 

, Dec. 21, 1802, a. 73 y. p. r. 398. 

, Mr., consumption, bur. Dec. 12, 1805, a. 22 y. c. R. 6. 

TARR (see also Tar), Abigail D., w. [Capt. g. r. 1.], Andrews, 

May 4, 1837. [a. 22 y. g. r. 1.] 
Andrew, h. Annis (Robards), Oct. 14, 1829. P. R. 942. 
Andrews, Jr., s. Andrews and Abigail, July 5, 1836. 
Ann Maria, d. Jabez and Peggy, Oct. 4, 1814. p. r. 903. 
Annis (w. John Tarr in pencil), Dec. 27, 1844, a. abt. 80 y. 

c. R. 5. 
Benjamin, s. Benjamin 3d, and Lucy (Pool), June 7, 1807. 

p. R. 902. 
Benjamin, jr., h. Mrs. Hepzibeth (Leighton), Aug. — , 1810. 

p. R. 902. 
Benjamin, s. Capt. Benjamin, deceased, bur, Oct. 22, 1824, a. 

21 y. c. R. 6. 
Benjamin, s. Benjamin P. and Betsy, Dec. — , 1830. 
Benjamin, s. William, 3d and Charlotte [(Thurston), p. r. 

902.], July 9, 1838. [a. 4 y. 8 m. p. r. 902.] 
Benjamin P[arsons p. r. 902.], h. Betsy [(Clark), p. r. 902.] 

Apr. 26, , a. 29 y. [1828 P. R. 902.] 

Betsy, at the poorhouse, Apr. 6, 1839, a. 70 y. 

Caleb, s. twin, Caleb and Martha, Nov. 10, 1725, a. 2 d. 

Caleb, May 27, 1846. p. r. 902. 

Charles, dropsy. May 11, 1819, a. 20 y. c. r. 1. 

Charles, s. Charles, jr. and Sarah, — , 1830, a. 6 w. 



304 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Tarr, Charlotte, d. William 3d and Charlotte [(Thurston), 

p. R. 902.], Aug. 27, 1832. [a. 2 y. 17 d. p. r. 902.] 
Daniel, s. Caleb and Deborah, Feb. 22, 1831. 
Daniel B., h. Mary (Purinton), of Bowdoinham, at Sea, Aug. 

30, 1827. p. R. 810. 
Daniel Barber, h. Rachel (Davis), Apr. 10, 1840. p. r. 941. 
Daniel Smith, h. Mary (Giles), consumption, Aug. 12, 1813. 

p. R. 902. 
David, s. Daniel Smith and Mary (Giles), Feb. 20, 1814. 

p. R. 902. 
David, Capt., bur. May 15, 1816. c. r. 6. 
Deborah, w. Joshua, Apr. 9, 1812. 
Deborah, d. Caleb and Deborah, Aug. 22, 1822. 
Ebenezer Davis, s. stillborn, Caleb, jr. and Hannah (Davis), 

Apr. 21, 1751. 
Edward, h. Tammy (Parsons), Oct. 31, 1827. P. R. 739. 
Epes, h. Hannah (Richardson), drowned near Nahant, — , 

1809. p. R. 902. 
Esther (Thomas), Nov. 2, 1849. c. R. 5. 
Francis, Jan. — , 1822. 
Frederick, Apr. 2, 1842. p. r. 79. 
George, s. William and Sarah (Knutsford), May 20, 1827. 

p. R. 554. 
Georgiana, d. Coombs and Sarah, heart complaint, Oct. 15, 

1848, a. 14 y. 7 m. 8 d. 
Hannah, bur. Apr. 10, 1824. c. R. 6. 
Henry, s. Henry and Mercy, lost in Ship Tempest, abt. 1782. 

c. R. 5. 
Hepsibah [(Leighton), w. Benjamin, jr. p. r. 902.], Nov. 18, 

1841. c. R. 5. 
Jabez, 3d, s. Jabez jr. and Louisa [(Pool), p. r. 945.], April 

11, 1834. 
Jabez, s. Fitz and Abigail (Giles), Feb. 6, 1835. p. r. 902. 
Jabez, h. Sally (Sawyard), Nov. 25, 1844. p. r. 903. 
James, lost in ship "Tempest," — , 1781. p. r. 902. 
Job, May 18, 1835, a. 78 v. g. r. 1. 

John, s. John and Annis (Thurston), Nov. 16, 1787. p. r. 382. 
John s. John and Annis (Thurston), Dec. 9, 1789. p. r. 382. 
John, May 29, 1838, a. 81 y. p. r. 953. 
John, h. Judith, Jan. 28, 1840. [Jan. 25. a. 50 y. g. r. 1.] 
Joseph, s. John and Annis (Thurston), July 16, 1793. p. r. 

382. 
Joseph, Oct. 22, 1832, a. 74 y. p. r. 382. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 305 

Tarr, Joshua, s. twin, Caleb and Martha, Nov. 10, 1725, a. 

2 d. 
Laban, s. Epes and Hannah (Richardson), Mar. — , 1830. 

p. R. 902. 
Levi, s. Charles, jr. and Sarah, June 1, 1837. 
Lucy, d. Benjamin, 3d, and Lucy (Pool), July 5, 1808. p. R. 

'902. 
Lucv (Norwood), w. Francis, July 28, 1816. p. r. 951. 
Lucy (Pool), w. Benjamin, 3d, June 26, 1814. p. r. 902. 
Lucy [S. p. r. 873.], d. Benjamin and Lucy (Pool), July 23, 

1832. p. R. 902. 
Lydia, d. Abraham, Jr. and Lydia, May 18, 1835. 
Mahela, d. Francis, of Sandy Bay, bur. Oct. 4, 1838, a. 18 y. 

c. R. 6. 
Mandana, d. Francis P. and Hannah, May 7, 1840. p. R. 949. 
Martha, d, William, jr. and Anna (Harris), — , 1748. 
Martha, d. Caleb and Deborah, May 20, 1825. 
Mary, old age, Aug. 24, 1810, a. 94 y. c. r. 1. 
Mary, w. Capt. David, bur. Nov. 3, 1811, a. 43 y. c. R. 6. 
Mary Abigail, d. Fitz and Abigail (Giles), scarlet fever, July 

30, 1832. p. R. 902. 
Mary Ellen, d. Daniel Smith, and Mary (Giles), May 8, 1812. 

p. R. 902. 
Mary Jane, d. Robert and Mary, Sept. 10, 1826. 
Mary Jane, d. Jonathan and Olive (Pool), Aug. 11, 1832. 

V. R. 773. 
Mary L., d. William and Mary L., consumption, Feb. 18, 1844, 

a. 9 y. 3 m. 26 d. 
Mary (Purinton), of Bowdoinham, w. Daniel B., Nov. 12, 

1835. p. R. 810. 
Moses, s. Benjamin and Mary, lost in Ship "Tempest" abt. 

1781 or 2. c. R. 5. 
Moses E., s. Isaac [Moses c. r. 6.], and Mary E., Oct. 19, 

1841, a. 1 V. 3 m. G. R. 5. 
Nancy, palsey, Feb. — , 1847. c. R. 5. 
Nathanael, s. Capt., Benj[amin], abroad, received notice, Aug. 

1, 1819. c. R. 6. 
[Nathaniel, c. R. 5.], ch. Daniel B. and Harriet E. [consump- 
tion, c. R. 5.], Dec. 25. 1845, a. 7 d. [1846. c. R. 5.] 
Nathaniel, h. Polly (Turner), Dec. 24, 1846. p. R. 950. 
Noah. s. John and Annis (Thurston), Apr. 14, 1812. p. r. 

382. 
Peggy (Somes), w. Jabez, Feb. 10, 1827. p. r. 903. 



306 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Tarr, Peggy, Apr. — , 1839. c. r. 5. '■ 

Polly, w. Jabez, May 6, 1848. p. r. 903. 
Rachel, w. Daniel Barber, Oct. 22, 1831, a. 77 y. P. R. 810. 
Rebacke, w. Benjamin, Jan. 4, 1782. c. R. 5. 
Rhoda, d. Jabez and Peggy, July 16, 1793. p. r. 903. 
Richard, killed on a fishing vessel when three "were taken by 
the Indians in fox harbour viz. James Wallis Senr. James 
Wallis Junr. and John Lane," June 22, 1724. 
Robert, bur. Apr. 1, 1815, a. 43 y. c. R. 6. 
Robert, bur. May 28, 1823, a. 21 y. c. R. 6. 
Robert [h. Mary (Gott), p. R. 952.], Aug. 25, 1830. c. R. 5. 
Sally (Sawyard), w. Jabez, Nov. 22, 1780. p. r. 903. 
Sally [w. David Dowsett,] consumption, June — , 1849. c. r. 

5. 
Stephen, h. Betsy, July — , 1833. 
Susan, d. George and Polly, cancer. May 30, 1843. 
Susan J., d. Charles and Nancy (Lane), Feb. 15, 1836. p. r. 

944. 
Sylvester, s. Jonathan and Olive (Pool), June 13, 1825. p. r. 

773. 
Thomas, s. David and Anna, Jan. 18, 1794. 
Thomas, consumption, May 8, 1841. c. R. 5. 
William, jr., h. Anna (Harris), June — , 1749. 
William 2d, s. James and Lucy, lost in Ship Tempest, abt. 

1782. c. R. 5. 
William, s. Benjamin 3d', and Lucy (Pool), Aug. 31, 1808. 
p. R. 902. 

Zebulon, s. Henry and Mercy, drowned unmarried, 

, c. R. 5. 

, ch. Capt. Rob[er]t, Sept. 22, 1805. c. R. 1. 

, s. John, May 21, 1827, a. 8 y. c. r. 3. 

, inf. ch. Charles and Sarah (Turner), June 19, 1830. 

p. R. 902. 

, inf. ch. Mr. , bur. July — , 1836. c. r. 1. 

, inf. ch. Charles and Sarah (Turner), June 4, 1837. 

p. R. 902. 

TATE, Anna, old age, Oct. — , 1776. c. r. 2. 

TAYLOR, Eliza[be]th, Mrs., Oct. 11, 1805, a. 53 y. c. r. 1. 

W[illia]m, palsy, at the almshouse, Mar. 9, 1810, a. 75 y. 

C. R. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 307 

TENEY, , an aged wid., consumption, bur. July 20, 

1806. c. R. 6. 

THOMAS, Ann Jane, d. James and Jane H., Oct. 4, 1841. 

[a. 13 m. c. R. 6.] 
Anna, mortification, Jan. 26, 1807, a. 56 y. c. R. 1. 
Clarry, d. Samuel, throat distemper, bur. Oct. 10, 1833, a. 4 

y. c. R. 6. 
Elizabeth Dexter, d. Samuel, bur. Sept. 16, 1822, a. 2 y. 

c. R. 6. 
Jane, bur. Feb. 26, 1826. c. R. 6. 
John, s. John, deceased, Nov. 10, 1738, in his 4th y. 
John, h, Anna (Row), "Drowned coming from the Banks in 

the fall," 1789. 
John, drowned in Surinam River from Brig Rapid, Jan. 23, 

1835, a. 28 y. G. R. 5. 
Rachel, d. John and Hannah, old age, Jan. 20, 1849, a. 90 y. 

8 m. 7 d. 
Spencer, at the poorhouse, Mar. 30, 1830, a. 36 y. 
William, s. William and Lydia, drowned at sea, Dec. 28, 1774. 

c. R. 3. 
William, consumption, Feb. 26, 1777, a. 49 y. c. R. 3. 
W[illia]m, suddenly, Dec. 10, 1807, a. 57 y. c, R. 1. 
, inf. ch. of Anna, immediately after its birth, Feb. 13, 

1777. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Sam[ue]l, Jan. 5, 1807. c. r. 1. 

, s. Samuel, bur. May 19, 1815. c. r. 6. 

, ch. Mr., measles, Apr. 17, 1816, a. 14 m. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Mr., Feb. 28, 1818, a. 14 m. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Sam[ue]l, fever. Mar. 29, 1818, a. 16 m. c. r. 1. 

, h. Rachel, abroad, received notice, Sept. 14, 1823. 



c. R. 6. 
, wid., of Eastern Point, bur. Sept. 16, 1824. c. R. 6. 

THORP, , wid., at the workhouse, Dec. 19, 1816, a. 72 

y. c. R. 1. 

THURRELL, Abraham, of Newbury, with Daniel Stanley, 
master of schr., lost on a fishing voyage near Isle of 
Sables, abt. middle of Aug., 1716. 

THURSTON (see also Thusten), Benjamin, s. Daniel, lost on 
the Latoni, abt. 1803. p. r. 969. 



308 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Thurston, Betsey J., d. William and Rachel R., May 23, 

1838, a. 4 y. g. R. 7. 
Charles L., s. James and Lucy [L. g. r. 7.], scarlet fever, 

Jan. 11, 1846, a. 3 y. 6 d. 
Daniel, Aug. 20, 1818. p. r. 969. 
Daniel, h. Sally, Mar. 29, 1836. 
Joseph, h. Mary (Lane), June 4, 1780. p. r. 964. 
Joseph, Oct. — , 1807, a. 51 y. p. r. 964. 
Lewis, s. W[illia]m and Rachel R. [(Smith), p. r. 919.], 

throat distemper and scarlet fever, Dec. 31, 1845, a. 4 y. 

4 m. [a. 5 y. 5 m. g. r. 7.] 
Lucy E., d. James and Lucy, throat distemper, Jan. 30, 1846, 

a. 4 m. 3 d. 
Margaret (Oakes), w. Samuel Davis, May 23, 1831, a. 55 y. 

p. R. 697. 
Martha, w. William, jr., Nov. 26, 1806. 

Mary, wid. , Oct. 3, 1790. c. R. 5. 

Mary Jane, d. Nathaniel, bur. Nov. 12, 1825, a. 11 y. C. R. 6. 

Mary (Lane), wid. Joseph, July — , 1792. p. r. 964. 

Mary T. [F. g. r. 7.], d. William and Rachel R. [(Smith.) 

p. R. 919.], throat distemper and scarlet fever, Dec. 25, 

1845, a. 3 y. 18 d. [Dec. 24, a. 3 y. g. r. 7.] 
Melissa, d. Nath[anie]l and Lucy, fever, Oct. 25, 1846, a. 9 y. 
Nathaniel, h. Betsey (Gee), Oct. 2, 1829. P. R. 963. 
Rachel, d. William and Rachel [R. (Smith), p. r. 919.], throat 

distemper and scarlet fever, Jan. 1, 1846, a. 7 m. 7 d. 

[Jan. 22. p. r. 919.] 
Samuel Davis, s. Samuel Davis and Margaret (Oakes), July 

25, 1804. p. R. 697. 
Samuel Davis, h. Margaret (Oakes), at Surinam, — , 1809. 

p. R. 697. 
William, h. Martha (Pool), lost at sea, — , 1779. p. r. 767. 
William, s. William, jr. and Martha, Sept. 20, 1806. 
William, h. Polly (Tarr), — , 1830. p. r. 902. 
, s. stillborn, Benja[min] and Nancy, June 26, 1848. 

THUSTEN (see also Thurston), Joseph, May 29, 1780. c. r. 

5. 
Joseph, June 2, 1801. c. r. 5. 

TIBBETS (see also Tibbit), Ephraim [T. h. Nancy IP. 
(Oakes), p. r. 621.], mariner, b. Bristol, Me., sailed on 
the schooner Canton, supposed to have been drowned on 
Georges Bank, in the gale Nov. 25, 1846, a. 29 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 3O9 

TIBBIT (see also Tibbets), Walter, 14:6 m:1652. 

TILDEN (see also Tilton), , w. Henry, bur. Nov, 17, 

1842. c. R. 6. 

TILTON (see also Tilden). Sarah, b. Danvers, w. David, con- 
sumption, Oct. 3, 1848, a. 44 y. 

TITCOMB, Benaiah, s. Benaiah and Mary Elisabeth, Dec. 10, 

1838. [a. 6 m. g. r. 1.] 
Ellen Eliza, d. Benaiah and Mary Elisabeth, Aug. 12, 1837. 

[a. 4 y. G. R. 1.] 
Mary E., w. Benaiah, Apr. 5, 1839. [a. 30 y. G. R. 1.] 

TODD, Betsey, Mrs., bur. Oct. 14, 1840, a. 52 y. c. R. 6. 

Edward, s. Michael and Mary, slow fever, July 23, 1847. a. 

6 y. 5 m. 8 d. 
Mary E., d. Michael T., dysentery, Sept. 17, 1849. 

TOMLINSON, Lucy, w. Robert, June 30, 1820, a. 56 y. o. r. 1. 

TOMPSON, Abigail, d. Rev. Samuell and Hannah, Aug. 8, 

1724. 
Ann, d. Edward and Ann, May 3, 1726, a. abt. 4^ y. 
Samuel, s. Rev. Samuel and Hannah, June 12, 1721, a. abt. 

3 w. 
Samuel, apprentice to John Tyler, Jan, 18, 1723-4, a. abt. 

20 y. 
Samuel, Pastor of the 2d Church, Dec. 8, 1724, a. abt, 32 y. 

[a. 33 y. G. R. 4.] 

TORNEY, , s. William, of Sandy Bay, bur. Sept. 13, 

1832, a. 6 y. c. r. 6. 

TORREY, Elias, h. Polly (Woodbury), Jan. 18, 1841. p. r, 

376. 
Mary, w. Elias, Mar. 12. 1848. p. r. 53. 
Polly W., w. Elias, Oct. 22, 1827. p. r. 944. 

TOWNSEND, Eliza, b. Boston, w. Thomas, consumption, Tan. 

5, 1847, a. 45 y, 9 m. 27 d. 
Mary, Mrs., Jan. — , 1846, a. 47 y. g. r. 1. 



3IO GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

TRASK, Abigail, bur. Apr. 6, 1827, a. 97 y. c. R. 6. 
Abigail, bur. June 4, 1834, a. 73 y. c. R. 6. 
Ebenezer, suddenly, Oct. 30, 1801, a. 65 y. C. R. 2. 
Frances, d. Capt. Israel, bur. Dec. 12, 1819, a. 1 y. 11m. 

c. R. 6. 

Hannah, w. Moses, . [after 1751.] 

Hosea Hildreth, s. Joseph, jr.. Mar. 30, 1827, a. abt. 8 m. 

c. R. 1. 
Israel, s. Israel, jr., drowned, bur. Sept. 25, 1827, a. 8 y. c. r. 6. 
Israel 3d, s. Israel jr. and Elisabeth Hill, Aug. — , 1828. 
Israel, Sept. 12, 1847. p. r. 280. 

Israel, jr., m., butcher, b. Beverly, s. John and Elisabeth, dys- 
entery, Oct. 10, 1847, a. 57 y. 1 m. 1 d. 
John, bur. Oct. 18, 1831, a. 36 y. c. R. 6. 
John Ellis, s. Capt. Israel, in Cuba, received notice, Fcl\ 16, 

1834, a. 23 y. c. R. 6. 
Judith, m,, d. Joseph and Hannah Foster, lung fever, Dec. 30, 

1849, a. 87 y. 6 m. 8 d. 
Mary, spinster, d. Jonathan and Abigail, dropsy, Nov. 4, 1846, 

a. 77 y. 8 m. 9 d. 
Susan Elizabeth, a. Joshua P. and Mary E. [at Hampden, Me. 

G. R. 5.], Feb. 5, 1842. [a. 5 y. 3 m. g. r. 5.] 

Susanna [Hovey, w. Joseph, o. r. 5.], Dec. 12, 1832, a. 56 y. 

C. R. 1. \ 

, wid. , fever, Jan. 3, 1779. near 80 y. c. r. 2. 

, w. Ebenezer, child bed, suddenly, Jan. 14, 1786. 

c. r. 2. 

, s. Ebenezer, at sea, July — , 1800. c. R. 2. 

, wid. -, May 29, 1808, a. abt. 75 y. c. R. 2. 

, ch. J., Oct. 30. 1809, a. 9 m. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Israel, fever, Sept. 2, 1819, a. 14 m. c. R. 1. 

, inf. ch. Israel, bur. Aug. 9, 1825. c. r. 6. 

-, inf. s. Israel, jr., bur. Sept. 28, 1826. c. R. 6. 



TROY, Patrick, bur. Nov. 15, 1839, a. 42 y. c. r. 6. 

TRUE, Eliza, at the workhouse, Jan. 20, 1813, a. abt. 7 y. 
William, s. Richard and Lydia (Mogridge), — , 1744. 
, wid., old age, Jan. 16, 1817, a. 99 y. c. R. 1. 

TRUEBODY, Clarissa, d. John, bur. Mar. 22, 1816, a. 5 y. 

C. R. 6. 

John, bur. Aug. 17, 1835, a. 67 y. c. r. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 3II 

Truebody, John Lancy, s. John, bur. Mar. 14, 1816, a. 2 y. 

c. R. 6, 
Susan, wid. John, old age. May 13, 1844, a. 75 y. 10 m. 20 d. 

, Mrs., at the workhouse, bur. Jan. 25, 1807. C. R. 6. 

, ch. J. [dysentery, c. R. 6.], Oct. 8, 1810, a. 2 y. c. R. 1. 

1. 
, s. John, bur. June 12, 1823, a. 1 1 y. c. R. 6. 



TUCK, Azer, s. Oliver, Jan. 13, 1814, a. 8 y. c. R. 2. 
Elizabeth, May 23, 1818, a. abt. 10 y. c. R. 2. 

TUCKER, Abigail, wid. [Capt. g. r. 1.], William, Dec. 28, 

1825. [a. 70 y. g. r. 1.] 
Abigail, d. Joshua and Caroline, Nov. 12, 1828. A and c. 
Abigail (Riggs), w. William, Dec. 24, 1823. p. r. 974. 
Abraham, s. William and Elisabeth, 2d w., Oct. 20, 1789. 
Adelaide, w. Joshua, consumption, Dec. 21, 1847, a. 38 y. 
Albert, s. Zebulon and Lydia, consumption, Oct. 7, 1845, a. 

11 m. 6 d. 
Caroline, w. Joshua, Aug. 5, 1828. c. R. 3. [Aug. 3. a. 37 y. 

G. R. 3.] 
Charles P., s. Joshua and Adelade, scarlet fever, Sept. 30, 

1844, a. 4 y. 9 m. 
Dorcas, d. William. Sept. 4, 1715. 
Dorcas, at the poorhouse, July 27, 1832, a. 79 y. 
Ebeneser, s. Robert, Jan. 20, 1652. 
Elenor, d. Joshua and Adelade, scarlet fever, Oct. 24, 1844, 

a. 7 y. 11 m. 24 d. 
Elisabeth Riggs, 2d w., William, Dec. 20, 1778. 
Elizabeth, wid., Nov. — , 1831, a. 80 y. c. R. 1. 
Expedeanc, d. Robert, 19:9 m:1652. 
George, Oct. 8, 1756, a. abt. 30 y. 
George, s. Richard and Mary A., Sept. 12, 1842, a. 3 m. o. r. 

7. 
Gideon, s. William and Elisabeth, 2d w., Feb. 15, 1802. 
Hannah, bur. Jan. 9, 1814, a. 93 y. c. R. 6. 
Hannah, at the poorhouse, Apr. 2, 1832, a. 67 y. 
Harriet Augusta, d. Zebulun and Lydia, bowel complaint, Sept. 

26, 1847, a. 4 m. 
Isaac, m., fisherman, heart complaint, Aug. 25, 1845, a. 60 y. 

15 d. [Aug. 24. G. R. 1.] 



312 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Tucker, Jacob, h. Experience [s. William and Abigail 3d \v. 

dup.], Apr. 17, 1832. [a. 40 y. c. R. 6.] 
John, s. Luis and Joan, at Kittery, Jan. 4, 171-. [after 1711. J 
John, s. John and Mary, Feb. 19, 1716-17, a. 1 m. 22 d. 
John, s. {Capt. G. R. 1.], John, 3d and Elisabeth, Oct. 1, 1775. 

[a. 3 y. G. R. 1.] 
John, s. John and Elizabeth, on his homeward passage from 

the West Indies, latitude 35 and longitude 68, Sept. 20, 

1796. a. 16 V. g. r. 1. 
John, Col., Jan. 15, 1831, a. 81 y. c. R. 1. [Jan. 11. a. 82 y. 

G. R. 1 ] 
John Hyland [mariner), s Isaiah and Deborah, dysentery, July 

18, 1849, a. 18 y. 
Jonathan, s. John and Mary, Aug. 14, 1726. 
Joseph, at the workhouse, Jan. 16, 1816, a. 89 y. 
Judith, d. Nathaniel and Judith [after July, 1789?] 
Laura M., d Richard and Mary A., Dec. 25, 1846, a. 3 m. 

G. R. 7. 
Mary, d. John, jr., Nov. 14, 1715. 
Mary, d. Joseph and Elisabeth, Sept. 15, 1760. 
Mary, d. Nathaniel and Judith [after Aug., 1793?] 
Mary R. [changed from H. to R. 1868.], w. Simeon H., con- 
sumption, June 23, 1849, a. 46 y. 
Nathaniel, widr., mariner, s. John and Mary, old age, June 

2, 1848, a. 87 y. 15 d. 
Sally, Mrs., old age, July 23, 1847. c. r. 5. 
Samuel, s. John and Mary, Sept. 18, 1722, a. 3 d. 
Samuel, servant of Solomon Parsons, Feb. 19, 1754. 
Sol, W. I. fever, Apr. 5, 1810, a. 23 y. c. R. 1. 
Thomas, drowned, at Carolina, Apr. 20, 1717. a. 24 y. 
William, s. John, Sept. 2, 1746. 
William, Sept. 3, 1753, in his 33d y. G. r. 1. 
William, jr., — , 1801, p. r. 974. 
William [Capt. g. R. 1.], h. Abigail, Feb. 15, 1804. [Feb. 13, 

a. 59 y. g. R. 1.] 
William, Mar. 1, 1837, a. 46 y. G. R. 1. 

William H., s. William and Mary, d. Oct. 17, 1848. g. r. 5. 
, s. stillborn, John, jr. and Mary (Davis), Dec. 24, 

1751. 

, Mrs., bur. Aug. 10, 1823, a. 70 y. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Joshua, Oct. 26, 1828. c. R. 3. 

, ch. Mr. , at Annisquam, bur. — , 1844. c. R. I. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 3I3 

Tucker, , s. stillborn, Andrew and Susan H., Sept. 16, 

1847. 

TUFTS, Asenath, d. Richard and Rhoda, Nov. 6, 1833. 
George Washington, s. Richard and Rhoda. Aug. 26, 1825. 
Richard, s. Richard and Rhoda, June 12, 1831. 

TURNER, Caroline, d. John and Rebecca, bowel complaint, 

Sept. 29, 1846, a. 3 y. 
Caroline, d. John B. and Rebecca, consumption. May 11, 1849, 

a. 2 y. 9 m. 8 d. 
Daniel, s. John and Mercy (Tarr), Aug. 25, 1827. p. r. 958. 
Letty, at the workhouse, Nov. 21, 1815, a. 50 y. 
Thomas, mariner on schooner Byron, b. Rockport, lost on 

Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 20 y. 
William, drowned, Apr. 12, 1819, a. 18 y. 

TUTTLE, Anna, d. Simon and Phebe (Whittredge), Aug. 15, 

1812. p. R. 981. 
Jewett, s. Simon and Phebe (Whittredge), July 22, 1839. p. r. 

981. 
John, s. Simon and Phebe (Whittredge), Nov. 26, 1794. p. r. 

981. 
Joseph, s. Simon and Phebe (Whittredge), Sept. 31, 1803. 

p. R. 981. 
Lucy, d. Simon and Phebe (Whittredge), Dec. 21, 1810. p. r. 

981. 
Phebe, d. Simon and Phebe (Whittredge), June 24, 1800. p. R. 

981. 
Phebe (Whittredge), w. Simon. Mar. 28, 1847. P. R. 981. 
Simon, h. Phebe (Whittredge), June 24, 1849. p. r. 981. 

TWISDELL, Mary, June 12, 1698. 

TYLER, Sarah, w. John, Feb. 22, 1720-21, a. 19 y. 11 m. 

UNDERWOOD, George, h. Susanna, . [after 1809?] 

URAN, Bethiah, w. Peter, Feb. 19, 1722-3, a. abt. 41 y. 

VANHUSON, Sarah [Mrs. c. R. 6.], at the workhouse, Sept. 
15, 1825, a. 44 y. 



314 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

VARNEY, Bridgett, Oct. 25, 1672. [Oct. 26. ct. r.] 

VARRELL (see also Varril, Verril), John, at the workhouse, 
[a lame man. c. R. 6.], Apr. 13, 1817, a. abt. 49 y. 

VARRIL (see also Varrell), , ch. Daniel, fever, Feb. 

22, 1772. c. R. 2. 
, ch. Sam[ue]ll, Oct. 7, 1774, a. abt. 18 m. c. r. 2. 

VASS, Jeremiah, Oct. 11, 1770, in his 61st y. g. r. 1. 

VAUGHN, Sarah, d. Richard, Mar. 23, 1737-8. 

VERRIL (see also Varrell), Mary, d. Richard and Mary, Mar. 
1, 1730, in her 22d m. 

VERY, Hanah, w. Thomas, Aug. 25, 1683. 
Thomas, Mar. 28, 1694. 

VINCENT (see also Vinson), Elizebth, d. William and Mary, 
Apr. 23, 1730, in her 6th y. 

VINSON (see also Finsin, Finson, Vincent), Rachall, Feb. 15, 

1707. 
Richard, s. Will[iam], July 24, 1652. 
Richard, Dec. 26, 1675. 
Sara, w. William, Feb. 4, 1660. 
Thomas, Dec. 31, 1675. 
William, Dec. 9, 1675. 
William, Sept. 17, 1690. 

WAINWRIGHT, George, s. George and Mary, Mar. 1, 1834. 

WAITE (see also Waitt), , inf. ch. Josiah K., Aug. 28, 

1844. 

WAITT (see also Waite), Samuel H., s. Rev. Aaron and 
Nancy, Oct. 29, 1830, a. 4 y. G. r. 1. 

WAKLEY, Thomas, s. John [and Eliz[abeth]. ex. R.], Sept. 
7, 1659. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 315 

WALEN, Amelia, d. Michael and Susan (Marchant), at Tops- 
field, Sept. 19, 1848. p. r. 648. 

Betsy, d. Winthrop Sargent, Feb. 8, 1821. c. R. 3. 

Mary [Whalen. G. R. 2.], m. [\v. Leonard, g. r. 2.], d. Fheo- 
dore and Dorothy Kimball, consumption, Nov. 6, 1844, 
a. 23 y. 10 m. 6 d. [Nov. 5, a. 21 y. 7 m. 19 d. G. R. 2.] 

Sophia, d. Michael, May 22, 1822. c. R. 3. 

WALKER, Abigail, w. Alexander, . [after Feb. 11, 

1769?] 
Elizabeth, Jan. 2, 1819, a. abt. 47 y. c. r. 2. 
Henry, Aug. 29, 1693. 
Mary, Apr. 17, 1690. 

WALLACE (see also Wallis), Abigail, at the poorhouse, Apr. 

4, 1832, a. 78 y. 
Caroline, d. Joseph and Sally, Jan. 13, 1847, a. 19 y. o. R. 4. 
Hannah [wid. c. R. 6.], at the workhouse, Sept. 11, 1818, a, 

45 y. [bur. Sept. 12. c. R. 6.] 
Mary, Mud., bur. Dec. 31, 1817. c. r. 6. 
Samuel, at the workhouse, Dec. 12, 1806. [a. 48 y. c. R. 1.] 
Sarah [Mrs. c. R. 6.], old age, Oct. 19, 1810, a. 90 y. c. r. 1. 

WALLIS (see also Wallace), Addison, s. Joseph and Sally, 

Nov. 3, 1844, a. 21 y. g^, r. 4. 
Betty, d. David and Elisabeth (Shortwell), July 27, 1749. 
George, s. Joseph and Sally, Dec. 25, 1839, a. 20 y. g. r. 4. 
James, killed on a fishing vessel when three "were taken by 

the Indians in fox harbour viz. James Wallis Senr. James 

Wallis Junr. and John Lane," June 22, 1724. 
John, Sept. 13, 1690. " 
Joseph, killed on a fishing vessel when three "were taken by 

the Indians in fox harbour, viz. James Wallis Senr. James 

Wallis Junr. and John Lane," June 22, 1724. 
Joseph, — , 1804. p. r."986. 
Joseph, s. Joseph and Sallv [drowned at New Orleans, g. R. 

4.], Jan. 4, 1837. [a. 20 y. g. r. 4.] 
Josiah, Feb. 7, 1740-1, a. 70 y. "or uperward." 
Mary H., d. David and Mary H. (Pool), Apr. 7, 1849. p. R. 

798. 
Sally, Oct. —, 1798. c. r. 2. 
Sarah, d. Joseph and Sarah, Oct. — , 1797. p. r. 986. 



3l6 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Wallis, Sarah, w. Joseph, Nov. 10, 1848, a. 86 y. 5 m. g. r. 4. 
, of the Cove, Mar. — , 1820, a. abt. 70 y. c. R. 2. 

WANSON (see also Wonson) , , wid., of Sandy Bay, 

bur. Jan. 27, 1810, a. 79 y. c. r. 6. 

WARD, Charles, mariner, b. Boothbay, Me., drowned at sea, 

Oct. 6, 1849, a. 28 y. 
Sarah, b. South Wellfleet, w. Alkenny, consumption, Apr. 5, 

1844, a. 21 y. 7 m. 4 d. 

WARFE (see also Wharff), , ch. Capt. , May 6, 

1779. c. R. 2. 

WARNER, Abigail, w. [Daniel, p. r. 878.], old age, Nov. 8, 

1817, a. 86 y. c, R. 1. 
Dan[ie]l pulmonary fever. May 8, 1810, a. 79 y. c. R. 1. [a. 

78 y. G. R. 1.] 
Elias Elwell, merchant, of Boston, s. Elder Philemon, May 

27, 1781, a. 31 y. g. r. 1. 
Elizabeth, d. Daniel and Abigail (Sargent), Apr. 18, 1829. 

p. R. 878. 
Ezekiel, s. Philemon, jr. and Elisabeth (Woodward), Oct. 18, 

1758. 
Isaac, s. Philemon, jr. [and Mary. g. r. 1.], Sept. 5, 1737, a. 

abt. 2 y. [Sept. 4. g. r. 1.] 
James C, s. W[illia]m [and Sarah (Rand), p. r. 985], lost 

at sea, — , 1821, a. 19 y. G. R. 1. 
John, s. Philemon and Mary, Oct. 9, 1739, a. 10 y. G. R. 1. 
John, s. Philemon, jr. and Mary, smallpox, Feb. — , 1764. 
Judith, d. Daniel and Abigail (Sargent), Nov. 6, 1837. p. R. 

878. 
Mary, w. Elder Philemon, Dec. 11, 1784, a. 77 y. G. R. 1. 
Mary, d. Dan[ie]l and Sarah, dysentery, Oct. 19, 1846, a. 83 

y. 6. m. 12 d. [Oct. 18. c. r. 1.] 
Marv (Pearson), w. Caleb, d. Enoch and Eunice (Choate), 

Oct. 5, 1817. P. R. 755. 
Nathaniel [C. Capt. Revolutionary officer, c. R. 6.], Feb. 8, 

1812, a. 68 y. g. r. 1. 
Nathaniel [s. Daniel and Abigail (Sargent), p. r. 878], — , 

1843. c. R. 8. [Jan. 27. v.r. 878.] 
Philemon, May 6, 1741, in his 66th y. g. R. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 3 I 7 

Warner, Philemon, jr., June 4, 1766, in his 39th y. g. r. 1. 

Philemon, Elder, Apr. 4, 1778, a. 81 y. G. R. 1. 

Sarah, d. Philemon, jr. and Elisabeth (Woodward), June 22, 

1761. 
William, Capt., at sea, on his return from Cape Breton, Nov. 

5, 1745, a. 45 y. g. r. 1. 

WATSON, Adeline [inf. c. R. 6.], d. George and Martha, 

March 16, 1832. 
Benjamin, s. George and Martha, Oct. 17, 1819. [a. 22 m. 

c. R. 6.] 
Benjamin, mariner on schooner Byron, s. George and Martha, 

lost on Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 23 y. 
Eleanor Friend, d. George and Martha, July 1, 1835. [a. 10 

y. c. R. 6.] 
George [Capt. g. r. 5.], h. Martha, Nov. — , 1842. [Nov. 30. 

a. 55 y. g. r. 5.] 
George, jr., m. mariner on schooner Byron, s. George and 

Martha, lost on Georges Bank, Aug. 13, 1843, a. 33 y. 
George. Aug. 20, 1843. c. r. 10. 
Hannah, d. Robert and Elisabeth, Sept. 6, 1835. 
Mary, at the workhouse, Aug. 7, 1820, a. abt. 72 y, 
Sarah A., d. George and Susan, Apr. 3, 1841, a. 4 y. 7 m. 

G. R. 5. 

, d. George, jr., bur. Dec. 15, 1835, a. 2 y. c. r. 6. 

, s. stillborn, s. Nath[anie]l K. and Abigail, Aug. 7, 

1846. 

WEBBER (see also Weber), Abigail, wid. Capt. Ignatius, bur. 

Mav 15, 1832. c. r. 6. 
Abigail, \v. Jacob Bacon, Oct. — , 1847. c. r. 9. [Oct. 4. c. r. 

7.] 
Amanda, — , 1849. G. R. 5. 
Benjamin [Capt. G. R. 5.], — , 1841, a. 85 y. c. R. 1. [Jan. 91 

G. R. 5.] 
Deborah, d. Samuell, July 6, 1698. 
Elisabeth [Betsy, g. r. 5.], wid. Ignatius [w. Benj[amin]. 

c. R. 1. ; g. r. 5.], fever, Aug. 23, 1844, a. 83 y. [Aug. 22. 

c. R. 1.] 
Eliza, d. Benja[min], jr. and Elisabeth, Oct. 22, 1796. 
Elizabeth, bur. Apr. 13, 1821, a. 90 y. c. R. 6. 
George, fever, Sept. 24, 1818, a. 20 y. c. r. 1. 



3l8 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Webber, Ignatius, s. Capt. Ignatius, jr., bur. Sept. 20, 1821, 
a. 11 y. c. R. 6. 

Ignatius, Capt., bur. Feb. 3, 1829, a. 72 y. C. R. 6. 

James, fever, Jan. 16, 1811, a. 19 y. c. R. 1. 

John, Capt., May 3. 1809, a. 67 y. p. r. 989. 

Joseph, bursting of a blood vessel, bur. Oct. 1, 1831, a. 30 y. 
c. R. 6. 

Joseph, s. Joseph and Mary, Jan. 27, 1835, a. 22 y. G. R. 5. 

Lydia, at the poorhouse, Sept. 13, 1837, a. 15 y. 

Martha, wid., bur. Aug. 13, 1835, a. 74 y. c. R. 6. 

Mary, d. Joseph and Mary, Oct. 28, 1817, a. 1 y. g. r. 5. 

Mary, Apr. 25, 1829, a. 45 y. c. r. 1. 

Patiance, d. Samuel, Feb. 6, 1697-8. 

Sally, consumption, Nov. 20, 1841. c. R. 5. 

Sarah, d. Michael, jr. and Hannah (Saviryer), , [after 

1748?] 

William Augustine Medan, s. Capt. Ignatius, sr., abroad, re- 
reived notice, Sept. 23, 1821. c. r. 6. 

• , ch. Joseph, fever, Nov. 1, 1816, a. 13 m. c. R. 1. 

 , inf. ch. Capt. George, bur. Aug. 10, 1825. c. R. 6. 

WEBER (see also Webber), Mary, d. Micheal and Sary, Feb. 

1, 1728-9, a. abt. 9 m.' 
Michael, Jan. 12, 1728-9, a. abt. 90 y. 
Nathan, s. Micheal and Sarah, Jan. 23, 1729-30, in his 20th y. 

WEBSTER, Esther, d. Joshua and Lydia D. (Haskins), July 

19, 1816. p. R. 483. 
Esther, w. Joshua, Nov. 27, 1826. p. r. 992. 
Esther, d. George and Sally (Choate), Aug. 31, 1849. p. R. 

902. 
George, s. Nathaniel R [and Nancy P. g. r. 13.], "former 

name Dumphy altered bv the court," and Nancy, Apr. 

14, 1840. [Apr. 13. a. 4 y. 4 m. g. r. 13.] 
George, May 2, 1843. p. r. 902. 

George, s. George and Sally (Choate), Oct. 7, 1848. p. r. 902. 
George Jackson, s. George and Sally (Choate), Oct. 14, 1826. 

p. R. 902. 
John James, s. Nathaniel R. [and Nancy P. g. r. 13.], "former 

name Dumphy altered by the court," and Nancy, May 4, 

1837. [a. 3 y. 4 m. g. R. 13.] 
Joshua, at sea, — , 1809. p. r. 992. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 319 

Webster, Lydia D. (Haskins), \v. Joshua, Nov. — , 1817. 

p. R. 483. [Nov. 11. p. R. 299.] 
Mary Choate, d. George and Sally (Choate), Sept. 9, 1848. 

p. R. 902. 
Joshua, h. Lydia D. (Haskins), Sept. 21, 1814. p. R. 299. 
Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel R. [and Nancy P. G. R. 13.], "former 

name Dumphy altered by the court," and Nancy, Oct. 15, 

1826. [a. 11 m. G. R. 13.] 
Nicholas, Dr., Dec. 22, 1717, a. abt. 43 y. 
Sally Choate, d. George and Sally (Choate), May 6, 1845. 

p. R. 902. 
Stephen, of Newbury, Feb. 14, 1717-18, a. abt. 50 y. 
William, supposed to be lost at sea in a privateer commanded 

by John Cloulson, , 1779. c. r. 3. 

William H., s. Nathaniel R. [and Nancy P. g. r. 13.], "for- 
mer name Dumphy altered by the court," and Nancy, Apr. 

3, 1837. [a. 8 y. 2 m. G. r. 13.] 
William H., s. Nathaniel R. [and Nancy P. g. r. 13.], "former 

name Dumphy altered by the court," and Nancy, Nov. 

2, 1837. [a. 8 m. G. R. 13.] 

WELCH, George [of Northport, Me., brought in sick in a 
vessel, body taken to Maine, c. R. 6.], at the poorhouse. 
May 14, 1838, a. 19 y. 

John, a native of Halifax, fever, contracted on the coast of 
Africa, bur. Mar. 6, 1842. c. r. 6. 

WELLS, Hannah, d. John and Hannah, Apr. 4, 1722. 
Hannah, w. John, Oct. 26, 1723, a. abt. 29 y. 
Sarah, w. Aaron D., Dec. 16, 1841, a. 27 y. G. r. 5, 
 , inf. ch. , bur. Dec. 24, 1815. c. r. 6. 

WEST, Benjamin, bur. Mar. 10, 1816, a. 48 y. c. r. 6. 

Betcy, July 30, 1794, a. 2 m. g. r. 1. 

Judith, wid. Benjamin, consiunption, Mar. 11, 1844, a. 78 y. 

9 m. 23 d. 
Thomas, June — , 1829, a. 25 y. c. R. 1. 

WHALEN, see Walen. 

WHARF (see also Wharff), Anna, w. Nathanaell, Dec. 17, 
1701. 



320 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Wharf, Charles, s. Nathaniel and Lucy, Jan. 23, 1835. 
Eliza, w. Abraham, consumption, Feb. 12, 1848, a. 77 y. 3 m. 

18 d. 
Lucy R., d. William and Eliza, dysentery, Mar. 4, 1849, a. 

1 y. 8 m. 12 d. 
Mary [E. c. r. L], w. Nathaniel, . [Feb. 18, 1829, a. 

23 y. c. R. 1.] 
Samuel, h. Susanna, Oct. 28, 1829. 
, ch. W[illia]m, Mar. 5, 1849, a. 1 y. 8 m. c. R. 1. 

WHARFE (see also Wharff), Experiance, d. twin, Nathanaell 

and Anna, June 15, 169-. [1690?] 
Hannah, d. John and Hannah, Aug. 31, 1728, a. abt. 11m. 
Job, s. Thomas and Dorcas (Lane), July 25, 1739. 
Mercy, d. twin, Nathanaell and Anna, June 15, 169-. [1690?] 
Thomas, h. Dorcas (Lane), supposed to have been lost the 

fall of 1753. 
Thomas, master of the fishing schr. Brittannia, belonging to 

Capt. William and his company, supposed lost on a fishing 

trip, after Dec. — , 1754. 

WHARFF (see also Warfe, Wharf, Wharfe, Wharffe), Abi- 
gail, w. John, bur. Jan 2, 1823. c. R. 6. 

Abraham, s. Nathanaell, Mar. 19, 1706-7. 

Benjamin N., s. Thomas and Barbary, Sept. 9, 1822. 

Charles, s. Nathaniel and Lucy, Jan. 28, 1834, a. 1 y. g. r. 5. 

Charrity, d. Nathana[el] and Anna, Feb. 24, 1687-8. 

Eliza, w. Abraham, consumption, Feb. 12, 1847, a. 77 y. 3 
m. 18 d. 

John, s. John and Hannah, Sept. 22, 1725, a. 9 w. 4 d. 

Nathaniel, s. John and Hannah, July 23, 1723, a. 3 w. 

Nathaniel, m., sexton, s. David and Jane, consumption, May 
28, 1847, a. 48 y. 

Patiance, d. Natha[naell] and Anna, Dec. 9, 1697. 

Rebecca, Miss [Mrs. very aged. c. r. 6.], at the workhouse, 
Apr. 21, 1805. 

Thomas, Sept. 9, 1819, a. 30 y. 1 m. 

Thomas N., s. Thomas and Barbary, Mar. 29, 1840. 

, ch. Mrs. consumption. May 10, 1817. c. r. 1. 

, s. Abraham, at sea in a wreck, received notice, Sept. 

23, 1827. c. R. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 32 1 

WHARFFE (see also Wharff), Lydia, d. Nathanaell and Anna, 
Jan. 20, 1701-2. 

WHEELER, Aaron, widr., Jan. 5, 1845, a. 78 y. 

Aaron, m., mariner, palsy, Oct. 15, 1849, a. 65 y. 

Abigail [Abby. g. r. 2.], d. Finson and Abigail, consumption, 

Dec. 26. 1847, a. 18 y. 3 d. [Dec. 24, a. 19 y. 10 m. 

G. R. 7.] 
Adison, Mar. 9, 1829, a. 21 y. c. r. 3. [Mar. 29. g. r. 3.] 
Amelia, (d. Walter Woodbury,) bur. May 9, 1830. c. R. 3. 
Anna Tuttle [inf. c. R. 6.], d. James T. and Betsy Plumer, 

Aug. 18, 1825. 

Anne, w. John, . [after May 10, 1760?] 

Benjamin, June 10, 1810, very aged. c. R. 3. 

Benjamin, Sept. 8, 1843, a. 45 y. G. R. 3. 

Betsy [Harraden. g. r. 2.], w. Charles, June 26, 1828. c. R. 3. 

[June 25. a. 33 y. G. R. 2.] 
Betsy [Saville. G. R. 2.]. w. Charles, May 24, 1816. c. R. 3. 

May 22. a. 28 y. G. R. 2.] 
Caroline, d. William and Dorcas, Sept. 29, 1833. [Sept. 28, 

1834, a. 3 w. p. r. 998.] 
Daniel, Capt., Aug. 21, 1842. p. r. 983. 
Daniel, m., b. Kennebeck, Me., ropemaker, s. Will[ia]m and 

Hannah, dropsy, June 27, 1848, a. 74 y. 6 m. 7 d. 
Elisabeth [B. c. r. 5.], d. Benjamin and Marv, constunption, 

Apr. 14, 1847, a. 26 y. [Apr. 17. g. r. 3.]' 
Epes Otis, s. Epes and Rebecca (Woodbury), Aug. 23, 1832. 

p. R. 997. 
Esther, at the workhouse, Oct. 1, 1811. 
Esther, d. Daniel, bur. Dec. 4, 1827, a. 15 y. C. R. 6. 
Eunice, d. Benjamin, July 1, 1820, a. 5 y. G. R. 3. 
George, at the workhouse, Jan. 14, 1827, a. 23 y. 
Haraden, s. Charles, consumption, Dec. 24, 1843, a. 14 y. 
James S., baker, b. Boston, consumption, Feb. 23, 1844, a. 43 

y. 2 m. 10 d. 
John, bur. June 11, 1830, a. 21 y. c. R. 6. 
Jonathan, s. Benjamin, jr. and Sarah (Dane), . [after 

1752.] 
Lucy, typhus fever, Sept. — , 1813. c. r. 3. 
Lucy, w. Samuel, Apr. 12, 1825, a. 25 y. g. r. 3. 
Martha, w. Aaron jr., Aug. 20, 1831. 

Mary, w. James, . [July 3, 1826. c. R. 3.] 

Mary, d. Benjamin, July 11, 1836, a. 18 y. o. R. 3. 



32 2 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Wheeler, Mary, Mrs., insanity, June 4, 1849. c. r. 5. 

Mary E., m., d. James T. and Betsy, consumption, bur. at 

Boston, d. July 2, 1845, a. 23 y. 18 d. 
Mary Whitridge, w. Capt. Daniel, Aug. 21, 1840. p. r. 983. 
Moses, jr. [h. Sally (Sargent), P. R. 994.], drowned at Pigeon 

Cove, Aug. 4, 1821. c. R. 3. [Aug. 13. a. 39 y. G. R. 3,] 
Moses, bur. Nov. 23, 1824, a. 68 y. c. R. 3. 
Nathanael, bur. Aug. 5, 1819, a. 21 y. c. R. 6. 
Nathaniel, s. Benjamin and Sarah, dysentery, Oct. 10, 1775, a. 

12 y. c. R. 3. 
Nathaniel, July — , 1819, a. 24 or 25 y. C. R. 3. 
Polly, Aug. 2, 1840. c. r. 5. 
Sally, d. Samuel W., bur. Apr. 29, 1806. c. r. 3. 
Sally [Davis. G. r. 2.], w. Charles, gravel, July 10, 1843, a. 

49 y. 10 m. [June 26. g. R. 2.] 
Sarah, d, Benjamin, — , 1734. 
Sarah, d. Benjamin, jr. and Sarah (Dane), . [bet. Sept. 

1752 and Dec, 1755?] 
Solomon Davis, s. Aaron, jr. and Martha, May — , 1826. 
Solomon Davis, s. Aaron, jr., Apr. 19, 1828, a. 5 y. C. R. 3. 
Susan, at the poorhouse, Oct. 9, 1840, a. 53 y. [bur. Oct. 28. 

c. R. 6.] 
Susann, wid., of Pidgeon Cove, Jan. 28, 1810, a. 83 y. c. R. 6. 
Susanna, consumption, Aug. 20, 1777, a. 26 y. c. R. 3. 
William, s. William and Dorcas, Oct. 9, 1832. [1831, a. 1 y. 

1 d. p. R. 998.] 

, ch. Moses, jr., July — , 1807. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Moses, jr., Jan. 15, 1814. c. r. 3. 

, ch. Charles, June 17, 1823, a. 9 or 10 m. c. r. 3. 

, Mrs., of Pigeon Cove, bur. Nov. — , 1824. c. R. 6. 

, inf. ch. Samuel, of Sandy Bay, bur. May 28, 1828. 

c. R. 6. 

, w. Aaron, July 26, 1829. c. R. 3. 

, ch. William and Dorcas, Oct. 10, 1832. c. R. 3. 



WHETEREDGE (see also Whittridge), W[illia]m, s. Wil- 
liam and Mary, on his passage from Bilboa, in the same 
vessel with Samuel Leach, smallpox, — , 1777, a. 19 y. 

C. R. 3. 

WHIPPLE, Elisabeth, May 5, 1840. c. r. 5. 
Matthew, cholera morbus, bur. Sept. 26, 1820. c. R. 6. 
, inf. ch. M., Jan. 9, 1809. c. r. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 323 

WHISTON, Mary, d. Joseph and Hannah, Aug. 20, 1727. 
WHITE, Abigail, w. Rev. John, Dec. 10, 1748, in her 71st y. 

G. R. 1. 

Charles C, s. David and Sarah, drowned, Aug. 8, 1845, a. 13 

y. 1 m. 20 d. 

Francis C, s. , bur. Dec. 27, 1841, a. 2 y. 6m. c. R. 6. 

Hannah, d. Rev. John and Lucy, Oct. 26, 1814. 

John, Rev., Jan. 16, 1760, in his 83d y, 

John, s. W[illia]m and Sarah, convulsion fits, June 26, 1773, 

a. 6 m. c. R. 3. 
Joseph, s. John, Nov. 4, 1708. 

Joseph, s. Rev. John and Lucy, Feb. 17, 1717-18, a. 2 y. 
Lucy, w. Rev., Mar. 5, 1726-7, a. abt. 46 y. 
Susannah, Dec. 24, 1848. c. R. 5. 

, ch. , bur. Jan. 31, 1806, a. 3 m. c. R. 6. 

. Capt., Dec. — , 1823. c. R. 3. 

WHITEMORE (see also Whittemore), Mary [wid. Joshua 
Gee. G. R. 1.], Dec. 11, 1838, a. 76 y. c. r. 1. 

WHITEREDGE (see also Whittridge), , wid. , 

Mar. 24, 1808, a. 78 y. c. R. 3. 

WHITEREG (see also Whittridge), Samuel!, drowned near N. 
W. Bar, off the Island of Sable, May 10, 1732, in his 42d 

y. 
Susana, d. Sam[ue]ll and Hannah, Sept. 3, 1730, a. abt. 6 w. 

WH[I]THAM (see also Witham), Jane. d. Joseph and Jane, 
July 28, 1729. 

WHITING, Rebecca, w. John, . [after Jan. 26, 1744-5.] 

WHITNEY, , ch. Martha, received note, Apr. 3, 1814. 

c. R. 6. 

, h. , abroad bef. Apr. 1817. C. R. 6. 

, wid., bur. Apr. 3, 1817, a. 32 y. c. R. 6. 

WHITRIDGE (see also Whittridge), Mary, d. Samuel, Apr. 

14. 1726, a. abt. 2 y. 
Richard [Whittridge, s. William and Mary (Saville. p. R. 

1003], Oct. 12, 1807. c. r. 3. 
William, Aug. 8, 1726, a. abt. 70 y. 



324 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

WHITTEMORE (see also Whitemore, Whittimore) , George, 
s. Samuel and Margaret, Mar. 17, 1771, a. 24 y. 4 m. 
G. R. 1. 

Lucy L.[ow, w. Capt. Samuel, d. William and Elizabeth Rog- 
ers. G. R. 1], Sept. 23, 1831, a. 32 y. c. r. 1. [Sept. 24. 
G. R. 1.] 

Lydia Prentiss Smith, d. Joshua Gee and Mary, Nov. 12, 1801, 
a. 4 y. G. R. 1. 

Margaret, w. Samuel, . [Feb. 25, 1773, in her 44th y. 

G. R. 1.] 

Nath[anie]l, lost in the ship Tempest, — , 1781. 

Samuel, inf. s. Samuel and Margaret, June 18, 1758. g. r. 1. 

Sam[ue]l, suddenly, July 15, 1806, a. 73 y. c. R. 1. 

Samuel, s. Joshua Gee [and Mary. g. r. 1.], drowned at sea, 
Capt., lost from Brig Edward on his passage from or to 

to the West Indies, , 1830. [Jan. 16, 1831, a. 31 y. 

G. R. 1.] 

Sarah, d. Samuel and Sarah, Sept. 22, 1805, a. 20 y. g. r. 1. 

Sarah [Sally, c. r. 1.], d. Samuel and Sarah, Sept. 22, 1805, 
a. 20 y. G. R. 1. [a. 29 y? c. R. 1.] 

WHITTIER, John [of Newport, c. R. 6.], at the poorhouse, 
May 31, 1834, a. 69 y. 

WHITTIMORE (see also Whittemore), Joshua G.[ee. g. r. 
1.], cancer, Oct. 1, 1828, a. 68 y. c. R. 1. [Oct. 31. a. 66 
y. G. R. 1.] 

WHITTREDGE (see also Whittridge), Betsy, b. Hamilton, 

wid. Oliver, asthma, July 3, 1843, a. 77 y. 2 d. 
Rachel, wid. , Aug. 3, 1826. c. r. 3. 

WHITTRIDGE (see also Wheteredge, Whiteredge, Whitereg 
Whitridge), Oliver Saville. s. William and Mary (Sa- 
ville), July 3, 1843. p. r. 525. 

William, Mar. 24, 1808. p. r. 525. 

WILCOME (see also Willcom), Stephen, supposed to be lost 
upon the Banks in a violent storm, Apr. — , 1774, a. 21 y. 
c. R. 3. 

WILLCOM (see also Wilcome), , wid., bur. July 11, 

1819, a. 81 y. c. r. 6. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 325 

WILLETT, Mary, Jan. 2, 1687. ct. r. 

WILLEY, Elizabeth, w. Selden E., Mar. 26, 1846. p. r. 295. 

WILLIAMS, Abraham, Oct. 27, 1837, a. 80 y. g. r 1. 
Abraham, 3d, unm., mariner, s. Abraham and Dorcas, lung 

fever, Apr. 13, 1844, a. 47 y. 4 m. 12 d. [1843. a. 46 y. 

c. R. 1.] 
Abraham [Capt. G. R. 5.], m., mariner, s. Nath[anie]l and 

Patience, liver complaint. Mar. 15, 1848, a. 76 y. 3 m. 2 d. 

Benjamin, s. Evan and Anna (Davis). . [after 1753?] 

Elizabeth Marr, d. Abraham, jr., bur. Jan 16, 1837, a. 8 m. 

C. R. 6. 

George, s. George and Sarah, Dec. 23, 1720. 

George Wonson, s. Abraham, 4th and Mary, Jan. 7, 1832. 

Hannah, at the poorhouse, Feb. 15, 1828, a. 82 y. 

John, s. John and Jane, Apr. 18, 1721. 

John, lost at sea, Aug. — , 1821. g. r. 1. 

Joseph Porter [R. g. r. 5.], s. William and Abby, croup, Dec. 

20, 1849, a. 2 y. 1 m. 7 d. 
Lois, w. Abraham, Jan. 26, 1821, a. 60 y. G. r. 1. 
Lucy, wid. George, consumption, Aug. 13, 1848, a. 24 y. 10 m. 

25 d. 
Mary, d. John and Jane, May 4, 1727, a. 2 y. 10 m. 
Polly Rowe, d. Abr[a]m, bur. Apr. 26, 1829, a. 49 y. c. R. 6. 
Warren, s. Abraham and Polly, struck on the head, May 3, 

1846, a. 13 y. 4 m. 4 d. 
William, Apr. 26, 1849, a. 51 y. G. R. 5. 
William Henry [inf. c. R. 6.], s. William and Mary R., Oct. 

4, 1822. 
• , wid., cancer, at the workhouse, bur. Feb. 21, 1828, a. 

84 y. c. R. 6. 

, ch. Abr[a]m, jr., bur. Jan. 5, 1832, a. 4 w. c. R. 6. 

• , d. stillborn, Joseph and Louisa, July 11, 1849. 



WILSON, Betsey Parsons, d. Jesse and Rachel, Apr. 8, 1812, 

a. 1 y. 2 m. G. R. 1. 
Jessie, Apr. 23, 1838, a. 63 y. G. R. 1. 
William H., d. — , 1828. G. R. 5. 
 , s. stillborn, John and Eliza, Sept. 29, 1849. 

WINCHESTER, Betsey, d. John and Betsey (Hammond), 
Aug. 1, 1798. p. R. 1007. 



326 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Winchester, Elizabeth, w. John, Deo. 5, 1834, a. 62 y. g. r. 1. 
Hermon, s. William H. and Nancy, diarrhoea, Oct. 13, 1848, 

a. 1 y. 5 m. 
Ignatius, Oct. 6, 1828, a. 25 y. c. R. 1. 

, ch. Jacob, hydrocephalus, Sept. 28, 1828, a. 2 y. c. r. 1. 

, inf. ch. J., Sept. 21, 1836. c. r. 1. 

WINDOW, Ellinor, w. Richard, May 16, 1658. ex. r. 
Richard, June 5, 1665. ex. r. 

WINSLOW, Sarah, d. Joseph and Sarah, July 9, 1723, a. abt. 
1 y. G. R. 1. 

WINTER, Anna Maria, d. Ignatius and Sarah, dysentery, Sept. 

2, 1849, a. 2 y. 4 m. 
Eliza, d. Thomas and Joanna (Davis), Aug. 17, 1839. p. r. 

1008. 
Eliza, d. Addison and Lavinia, Sept. 4, 1841. 
Eliza Averill, d. William and Betsy, d. — , 1840. G. R. 5. 
Elizabeth W., w. Charles, bur. Oct. 9, 1826, a. 23 y. c. r. 6. 
Harriet, d. Addison and Levinia, lung fever, Dec. 26, 1845, 

a. 3 y. 5 m. 7 d. 
Louisa, w. Charles, Oct. 9, 1840, a. 24 y. o. R. 5. 
Mary, inf. d. Charles and Louisa, Oct. 9, 1840. g. r. 5. 
William, d. — , 1835, g. r. 5. [Jan. 6. p. r. 1008.] 

WISE, Anthony, mariner, b. Wells, Me., sailed on the schooner 
General Scott, drowned in the gale, Nov. 25, 1836. 

John, on board a fishing sloop, Stephen Airs master, lost at 
sea on his return voyage from Cape Sable, Oct. — , 1716, 
a. 25 y. 

William, Jan. 5, 1735-6, in his 21st y. 

WITHAM (see also Whitham, Wytham), Abigail, wid. 

Thomas, Feb. 25, 1745, a. 73 y. 
Abigail, alias Hutchins, wid. Thomas Hutchins, Apr. 16, 1765. 
Abigail, at the poorhouse, Aug. 17, 1834, a. 77 y. [bur. Aug. 

8. a. abt. 80 y. c. R. 6. 
Amos, s. Samuel and Betsy, Feb. 12, 1838. [a. 8 y. g. r. 9.] 
Anna, d. Henry and Rachel, distemper in the throat, July — , 

1738, in her 4th y. [July 13. dup.] 
Betsey, w. Samuel [of Annisquam, consumption, c. R. 6.], Mar. 

17, 1841, a. 35 y. o. r. 9. [a. 37 y. c. r. 6.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 327 

With AM, Betsv, d. Samuel and Betsy, July 26, 1827. 

Caleb, s. Henry and Rachel, Oct. 9,' 1748. 

Calvin, s. William and Mary (Lurvey), Nov. 9, 1849. p. r. 

1021. 
Charles, s. Joshua and Hannah (Butman), drowned Mar. 22, 

1839. P. R. 1011. 
Daniel, s. Daniel and Lydia (Sanders), June 7, 1750. [in his 

14th y. dup.] 
Daniel, 2d, s. Daniel and Lydia (Sanders), July 12, 175-. 
David B., mariner, s. Dan[ie]l and Sarah, fever, at sea, June 

6, 1844. a. 19 y. 4 m. 5 d. 
Dorcas [w. Zebulon. G. R. 1.], old age, Oct. 3, 1825, a. 83 y. 

C. R. 1. 

Ebenezer, s. Thomas and Abigail!, May 8, 1702. 

Ebenezer, at the workhouse [consumption, c. R. 1.], Aug. 17, 
1816, a. abt. 66 y. 

Edmund, s. Joseph and Jane, . [after 1742-3?] 

Edward, s. Zebulun and Elizabeth (Sanders), Oct. 12, 1748. 

Edward, fever, May 30. 1818. a. 67 y. c. R. 1. 

Elizabeth (Sanders), w. Zebulun, Nov. 27, 1767. 

Ellen E., w. Nehemiah [B. G. R. 5; w. John. c. r. 9.], con- 
sumption, Nov. 2, 1844, a. 28 y. 

Epsila, at the workhouse, bur. Nov. 1, 1834. c. R. 6. 

Esther, mortification, Nov. 15, 1807, a. 36 y. c. R. 1. 

Henry, Apr. 27, 1702. 

Henry, Eld., Mar. 18. 1777. c. R. 5. 

James, s. John and Lois, Nov. 28, 1764. 

James, Aug. 1, 1794. p. r. 742. 

James, s. Sam[ue]l and Betsy, Feb. 17. 1845, a. 6 y. 

Jane, d. Andrew and Sarah, . [after Aug., 1764?] 

Jeremiah, s. Charles and Lucy, Sept. 16, 1830. 

John [Whitham. ct. r.]. s. Henry [and Sara. ct. r.], June 18, 
1670. [1671. CT. R.] 

John, s. Thomas, Nov. 14, 1709, 

John, s. Samuell, Jan. 5, 1713-14. 

John, s. Daniel and Lydia (Sanders), Jan. 26, 1740-41. 

John, drowned in Pigeon Cove, June 3, 1826, a. 18 y. c. R. 3. 

Joseph, s. Andrew and Sarah, Jan. 26, 1759. 

Joseph, deaf and dumb, at the workhouse, bur. Dec. 17, 1835, 
a. 68 y. c. r. 6. 

Joshua, jr. [s. Joshua and Hannah (Butman). p. r. 1011.], 
suddenly of injury, Dec. 28, 1841. c. R. 5. 

[Judi]th, d.' Daniel and I vdia (Sanders), Dec. 17, 1749. 



328 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

WiTHAM, Lucy, d. Charles and Lucy, Sept. 28, 1822. ' 

Lucy, consumption, Jan. 6, 1849, a. 41 y. c. R. 5. 

Lydia, w. Henry, . [Nov. 1, 1702. dup.] 

Lydia, d. Daniel and Lydia (Sanders), Mar. 15, 1736-7. [in 

her 2d y. dup.] 
Mark, at the workhouse, Sept. 18, 1811. 
Moses, s. Henry and Rachel [throat distemper, dup.], July 9, 

1738. [July 8. dup.] 
Moses, Apr. 18, 1796, a. 20 y. 7 m. g. r. 1. 
Moses, victualler, s. Charles and Lucy, typhus fever, Oct. 3, 

1849, a. 26 y. 10 m. 7 d. [Oct. 2. g. r. 5.] 
Pamelia, d. Nahemiah [B. and Ellen E. G. R. 5.], consump- 
tion, Nov. 12, 1844, a. 5 m. [Nov. 11. G. R. 5.] 
Patience, mortification, Aug. 15, 1806, a. 65 y. C. R. 1. 
Rachael, Mrs., Jan. — , 1795. c. r. 5. 
Sally, at the poorhouse, Oct. 30, 1839, a. 61 y. 
Samuel, s. Samuel and Betsy, July 18, 1827. [July 19. a. 4 

or 5 y. c. R. 3.] 
Samuel, s. William and Mary [(Lurvey). p. r. 1021.], July 

14, 1832. [July 15, 1831. p. r. 1021.] 
Samuel, s. Sam[ue]l and Betsy, scarlet fever, Feb. 4, 1845, 

a. 12 y. 
Sarah, May 11, 1689. 

Sarah, at the workhouse, bur. Nov. 15, 1839, a. 72 y. c. r. 6. 
Saunders, at the poorhouse, Oct. 9, 1835, a. 50 y. 
Susan Frances, d. Will[ia]m and Susan W., throat distemper 

and scarlet fever, Jan. 31, 1849, a. 3 y. 1 m. 
Susanna, d. James and Hephzibah, Apr. 24, 1724, a. 22 d. 
Susanna, at the poorhouse, Feb. 20, 1838, a. 94 y. 
Thomas, Aug. 1, 1736, in his 70th y. 
Thomas, s. Daniel and Lvdia (Sanders), July . [after 

1738?] 
Thomas, s. Daniel, on a voyage to Bilboa with Joshua Haskel, 

commander of a schr., at Bayonne, July — , 1757. 
William, typhus fever, Sept. 1, 1813. a. 20 y. c. R. 3. 
Zebulon, Capt., June 22, 1794, a. 86 y. 5 m. o. r 1. 
Zebulon, s. Saunders and Patience (Harris), Mar. 21, 1840. 

p. r. 902. 
, d. stillborn, Zebulon and Elizabeth (Sanders), Dec. 

23, 1754. 
, a little girl, deaf and dumb, fever, at the workhouse. 

bur. Jan. 16, 1811. c. r. 6. 
, inf. ch. Mark, fits, Jan. 7, 1817. c. R. 1. j 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 329 

WiTHAM, , ch. Joseph, July 21, 1825. c. R. 3. 

, d. Charles and Lucy, July 29, 1839. 

, d. Charles and Mary, fits, Aug. 16, 1848, a. 15 d. 

, d. Daniel and Lydia (Sanders), Oct. 12, . 

WONSON (see also Wanson), Benjamm [A. G. R. 10.], s. 

John and Joann, consumption, Aug. 12, 1848, a. 20 y. 

6 m. 4 d. 
Benjamin R., h. Eliza, at Boston, Jan. 7, 1840. 
Benjamin Rowe, s. George and Rachel, at Boston, — , 1839. 
Edward Geering [inf. c. R. 1.], s. John W. and Sally, Dec. 

20, 1805. [Dec. 25. c. R. 1.] 
Emeline, d. George and Rachel, Apr. 6, 1825. [a. 14 y. c. R. 6.] 
Fredrick, bur. Aug. 24, 1829, a. 16 y. c. R. 6. 
George, h. Rachel [cholera morbus, c. R. 6.], July 27, 1830. 

[a. 48 y. c. R. 6.] 
George, s. George and Rachel, Oct. 7, 1832. 
Henry S., s. Henry S. and Jane [D. g. r. 10.], diarrhoea, 

June 19, 1847, a. 1 y. 9 m. 15 d. 
James Green, s. Edward G. and Dorcas, June 2, 1841. 
John, jr., bur. Oct. 7, 1832. c. r. 6. 
John, fisherman on schr. Paris, Hugh Parkhurst, master, s. 

John and Mary, sailed for Georges Bank, lost in gale, 

abt. Mar. 1, 1845, a. 17 y. 7 m. 5 d. 
John James, s. George and Loisa, June — , 1835. 
Louisa P., d. William H. and Susannah, Jan. or June 7, 1836. 

p. R. 1018. 
Luc3% d. Joseph and Lucy, Jan. 19, 1836. 
Lucy S. (Williams), d. John and Joanna, Aug. 13, 1848, a. 25 

y. G. R. 10. 
Lydia, d. George, bur. May 8, 1832. a. 4 m. c. R. 6. 
Percy, s. John Fletcher and Ann Elizabeth (Marble), Nov. 

23, 1849. p. R. 640. 
Sally, w. John, July 2, 1815. 
Samuel, bur. Aug. 15, 1829. a. 77 y. c. r. 6. 
William, s. Samuel, jr.. bur. Jan. 16, 1827, a. 7 m. c. R. 6. 
William S., s. Samuel, 3d, and Eliza (Sayward), Jan. 31, 

1827. P. R. 1017. 

, s. Charles, jr., bur. Apr, 24, 1822, a. 4 w. c. R. 6. 

, ch. George, jr., bur. Mar. 23, 1828, a. 1 y. c. R. 6. 

, w. . bur. July 31, 1828. c. R. 6.  

, an aged wid., bur. Aug. 14, 1830. c. R. 6. 

, ch. George, bur. June 9, 1835, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 



330 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

WiTHAM, . d. John, bur. Sept. 23, 1836, a. abt. 18 m. 

c. R. 6. 
, s. John F. and Ann E., croup, Nov. 23, 1849, a. 8 d. 

WOOD, Charles, — , 1818, a. 53 y. g. r. 5. 

Charles, s. Charles P. and Maria, June 23, 1825. [a 13 d. 

G. R. 5.] 
Christopher, drowned from schooner, Aug. — , 1734. 
John, bur. July 31, 1824. c. r. 6. 
Mary, wid. Charles, lung fever, Dec. 18, 1846, a. 78 y. 3 m. 

20 d. 
William, grand s. Humphrey Woodbery, May 17, 1709. 
William, s. Cha[rle]s P. and Maria, Apr. 11, 1836, a. 2 y. 

G. r. 5. 

WOODBARY (see also Woodbury), Ann, w. Humphry, Feb. 

28:1727-8, a. 75 y. 
Hipsebeth, w. Caleb, Feb. 12, 1731-2. [in her 37th y. g. r. 3.] 

WOODBERRY (see also Woodbury), Abiel, w. Caleb [child 

birth, dup.], Jan. 22, 1737-8, in her 36th y. g. r. 3. 
Andrew, s. Andrew and Lydia, Mar. 24, 1735-6. 
Hannah, d. Humphry, Mar. 20, 1734. 

Luci, d. Benja[mi]n and Lydia, July 29, 1731, a. 3 y. 8 m. 
Rebecca, d. Caleb, Sept. 2, 1743, a. abt. 17 y. 

WOODBERY (see also Woodbury), Anna, d. Caleb, Oct. 16, 

1733. 
Barnett, July 10, 1829, a. 63 y. G. R. 4. 
Betty, w. Peter [June 26, 1762, in her 27th y. c. r. 2.] 
Humphery, Apr. 9, 1727, a. abt. 80 y. 
Humphrey, s. Humphery, Feb. 26, 1695-6. 
Israeli, s. Humpher}^ June 4, 1709. 
Nicholas, s. Williams, June 18, 1707. 
Prezilla, Apr. 20, 1687. 
William, Jan. 17, 1712-13. 

WOODBURY (see also Woodbary, Woodberry, Woodbery), 
Abel, Capt., in captivity, Dec. — , 1778. c. r. 2. 

Abigail, at the workhouse, Sept. 1, 1820, a. abt. 74 y. 

Albert, fisherman, s. Nathaniel and Esther, tvphus fever, Nov. 
16, 1845, a. 17 y. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 33 I 

Woodbury, Albert J., s. Nathaniel and Esther, May 6. 1845. 

p. R. 1026. 
Andrew, s. James and Thomasin, Dec. 24, 1805. [Dec. 26. 

C. R. 3.] 
Anna, w. Peter, jr., Dec. 7, 1823. c. R. 3. 
Anna G., Avid. William, dropsy, May 10, 1845, a. 65 y. 
Anner, w. Peter, Dec. 6, 1835. a. 31 y. G. R. 14. 
Asa, jr. [Capt. c. R. 3.], h. Phebe [s. Asa and Esther, g. r. 

2.], Dec. 12, 1828. [a. 32 y. c. R. 3 ; a. 30 y. G. R. 2,] 
Asa, m., merchant, s. Andrew and Judith, typhus fever, Oct. 

4, 1847, a. 78 y. 4 m. 
Betsy, d. James and Thomasin, Nov. — , 1802. 
Charity, d. James and Thomasin, Apr. 23, 1815. 
Caroline, d. Joshua and Sarah, [consumption, c. R. 1.], Sept. 

15, 1818, a. 16 y. g. r. 1. 
Epes, bur., June 2, 1819. c. r, 3. 

George Randall, s. John and Nancy, d. Dec. 11, 1836. G. R. 5. 
Issac[h]ar, at sea. Mar. — , 1801, a. abt. 35 y. c. R. 2. 
Jabesh. drowned, Nov. 20, 1775, a. 30 y. c. R. 3. 
Jerusha, wid. , suddenly, Feb. 28, 1803, a. abt. 73 y. 

c. R. 2. 
John, s. John and Susanna, fever, Sept. 5, 1775, a. 10 y. c. R. 3. 
John, Apr. 17, 1790, a. 50 y. 9 m. 22 d. p. r. 592. 
John, s. James and Thomasin, Mar. — , 1802. 
John, drowned, Oct. 9, 1828. c. R. 3. 
John [Capt. c. R. 6.], at the poorhouse, Sept. 9, 1836, a. 71 

y. [a. 70 y. c. R. 6.] 
John, mariner, b. Sweden, sailed on the schooner Canton, 

supposed to have been drowned on George's Bank in the 

gale, Nov. 25, 1846. 
Joshua, Capt, Oct. 9, 1811, a. 51 y. g. r. 1. 
Martha (Pool), wid. Capt. Andrew, Aug. 1, 1821. p. r. 767. 
Martha [w. Capt. John. c. r. 6.], Mrs., May 15, 1828, a. 

59 y. G. R. 12. 
Mary, wid. [mother of Asa. c. R. 3.], Jan. 9, 1812, 

a. 84 V. c. R. 3. 
Mary, d. William P. and Sally, Oct. 18, 1814. [a. abt. 2 y. 

c. R. 2.] 
Mary, d. Epes, Oct. 13, 1817, a. 18 y. c. r. 3. 
Mary, w. Simeon, inflammation of brain, Apr. 21, 1843. 
Obadiah, asthma, contusion head by a fall, Sept. 3, 1786, a. 

abt. 45 y. c. r. 2. 
Osborne, s. W[illia]m and Rozella, fever, Oct. 28, 1844, a. 3 y. 



332 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Woodbury, Osborne, s. William and Rozella, fever, Oct. 15, 

1846, a. 1 m. 1 d. 
Phebe, w. Asa, jr., Aug. 24, 1833. [a. 32 y. g. r. 2.] 
Rebecca [P. w. Joshua, c. r. 6.], at the workhouse, Sept. 2, 

1825, a. 26 y. 
Rebeckah, w. Peter, bur. Mar. 6, 1823. c. r. 3. 
Richard, s. Simeon and Nancy, dysentery. May 20, 1849, a. 

5 m. 23 d. 
Sally, d. William P. and Sally, Aug. 15, 1807. 

Sally, wid. , Aug. — , 1809. c. r. 3. 

Sally, w. William P., Nov. 1, 1828. 

Sally Procter, d. William P. and Sally, deceased, Jan. 1, 1829. 

Sally S., w. William, jaundice, Oct. 28, 1847, a. 62 y. 

Sarah, wid. , Jan. 5, 1785, a. abt. 87 y. c. r. 2. 

Sarah, wid. Capt. Joshua, Jan. 15, 1816, a. 51 y. G. r. 1. [Jan. 

16. c. R. 1. 
Sidney, s. Nathaniel and Esther, Aug. 7, 1838, a. 5 m. g. r. 14. 

Susannah, wid. , Nov. 6, 1823, in her 80th y, c. r. 3. 

Tammy, wid. , Sept. 6, 1831. a. nearly 80 y. c. r. 3. 

Thomasin, d. James and Thomasin, Dec. 27, 1833. 

William [h. Anna Gale, dup.], s. James and Thomasin, Sept. 

26, 1807. [Sept. 2, a. 26 y. g. r. 14.] 
William, s. William, fever, June 18, 1846, a. 1 m. 11 d. 

, ch. John and Susanna (Lane), Jan. 16, 1763. p. r. 592. 

, ch. John [and Susanna (Lane), p. r. 592.], stillborn, 

Feb. 7, 1773. c. r. 3. 
, ch. twin, Andrew and Judith, stillborn, July 27, 1774. 

c. R. 3. 
, inf. ch. John and Susanna, stillborn, July 23, 1776. 

c. R. 3. 

 , ch. Andrew, Dec. 26, 1805. c. R. 3. 

, inf. ch. Capt., bur. Oct. 20, 1806. c. R. 6. 

, d. William, July 16, 1807. c. R. 2. 

, inf. ch. Capt. John, bur. . [bef. Mar.] 1809. 

C. R. 6. 

, s. Capt. John, bur. Aug. 2, 1810, a. 2 w. c. r. 6. 

• , d. Walter, Apr. 15, 1825. c. r. 3. 

 , s. Rebecca, at the workhouse, Sept. 3, 1825, a. abt. 



o m. 
, inf. ch. John, Jan. 6, 1845. 

WOODWARD, Elisabeth, w. [Dea. g. r. 1.], Ezekiel, — , 
1766. [Oct. 1. a. 64 y. g. r. 1.] 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 333 

Woodward, Elizebth, d. Ezekiel and Elizebth, Apr. 4, 1730, 

a. 4 y. 1 m. 
Ezekiel, s. Ezekiel and Elisebth, Apr. 3, 1729, a. 2 y. 2 m. 
Ezekiel, Jan. 13, 1743, a. abt. 75 y. [Jan. 16, 1743-4, a. 73 

y. G. R. 1.] 
Ezekiel [jr. G. R. 1.], s. Dea. Ezekiel, — , 1766, a. abt. 36 y. 

[Sept. 2, a. 35 y. G. R. 1.] 
Ezekiel, Dea., Sept. 4, 1771, a. 74 y. g. r. 1. 
Hannah, w. Ezekiel, Feb. 2, 1718-19, a. abt. 43 y. 

John, s. and Ab — , . [17 — ?] g. R. 1. 

Mary, w. Ezekiel, sr., smallpox, Nov. 1, 1721, a. abt. 53 y. 
Mary, d. Ezekiel, jr.. Mar. 8, 1735, a. 3 w. 5 d. 
Mary, dropsy, May 19, 1776, a. 44 y. c. r. 3. 
Nathaniel, s. Ezakiel and Elesebeth, Dee. 23, 1732. 
Nathaniel, s. Ezekiel, jr. and Elisabeth, Aug. 9, 1741, a. 16 d. 

WORLEY, Betsy, at the workhouse, Apr. 11, 1824, a. 33 y. 
Esther, at the poorhouse, Jan. 15, 1831, a. 76 y. 
Miriam [wid. c. R. 1.], at the workhouse [consumption, c. R. 
1.], Aug. 9, 1816, a. abt. 60 y. [a. 56 y. c. R. 1.] 

WORTON (see also Wotton), , wid., "a Herbalist," 

bur. Oct. 19, 1831, a. 70 y. c. R. 6. 

WORTTON (see also Wotton), Hannah, bur. June 5, 1831, 
a. 45 y. c. r. 6. 

WOTTEN (see also Wotton), William, s. John and Sarah, 
Sept. 7, 1727. 

WOTTON (see also Worton, Wotten, Wortton), Henry, June 

3, 1819. [May 31, a. 60 y. c. r. 1.] 
Lucy Davies, d. Lois, typhus fever, bur. Aug. 1, 1827, a. 15 

y. c. R. 6. 
, wid., bur. Apr. 6, 1814. c. R. 6. 

WYTHAM (see also Witham), Daniel, bur. May 4, 1815. c. R. 
6. 

YEWLIN (see also Youlen), Molly, at the workhouse, Nov. 1, 

1817, a. 70 y. 
Nancy, d. Nancy, at the workhouse, Sept. 15, 1821, a. 18 m. 



334 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

YORK, Abigail, w. Joseph, July 13, 1720, a. 45 y. 

Anna (Gamage), w. Thomas, Aug. 7, 1835, a. 68 y. p. r. 902. 

Benjamin, s. Benjamin, Dec. 27, 1707. 

Dorcas, d. Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth, Aug. 2, 1832. p. r. 569. 

Elizabeth, d. Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth, Dec. 29, 1805. p. r. 

569. 
Elizabeth, w. Dea. Samuel, June 24, 1838. p. r. 569. 
Hannah, d. Richard and Patience, July 3, 1716, a. abt. 7 m. 
Huldah, d. Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth, Aug. — , 1808. p. r. 

569. 
Jane, d. Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth, May 27, 1793. p. r. 569. 
John, s. Samuell, Dec. 8, 1699, 
John, Apr. 14, 1840. p. r. 569. 
Joseph, — , 1793. p. r. 357. 
Joseph, Oct. 13, 1728. 

Levi, s. Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth, Aug. 15, 1824. p. r. 569. 
Lucretia, d. Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth, Sept. 25, 1840. p. r. 

569. 
Mary, d. Benjamin and Mary, May 6, 1718. 
Phebe, d. Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth, June 13, 1836. p. r. 569. 
Rachel, July — , 1764. p. r. 357. 

Richard [s. Sam[uel] dup.], May 2, 1718, a. abt. 29 y. 
Richard, s. Richard and Patience, Dec. 17, 1718, a. abt. 11m. 
Samuel. Mar. 18, 1717-18, a. abt. 73 y. [Mar. 17. G. r. 1.] 
Samuel, s. Dea Samuel and Elizabeth, at Martineaque, May 

20, 1814. p. R. 569. 
Samuel, Dea., Apr. 11, 1830, a. 83 y. 3 m. p. R. 569. 
Thomas, s. Samuell, July 30, 1699. 
Thomas, s. Benjamin and Mary, Apr. 13, 1722, a. 5 d. 

Thomas; , July, 1793. p. r. 357. 

William, s. Dea. Samuel and Elizabeth, Nov. 27, 1819. p. r. 

569. 

, s. Samuel [s. Marv. G. R. 1.], July 28, 1718. 

, Mrs., Nov. 28, 1724, a. abt. 70" y. 

, wid., at the workhouse, bur. Jan. — , 1809. c. r. 6. 

YOULEN (see also Yewlin, Youlin), John, at the poorhouse, 
July 20, 1833, a. 2 y. 

YOULIN (see also Youlen), Anna, at the poorhouse, Nov. 15, 

1835, a. 86 y. 
Nancy, 2d, d. Nancy, [at the poorhouse. dup.], May 1, 1828, 

[1 y. 1 m. dup.]. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 335 

YouLiN, Nancv 2d, at the poorliouse, June 23, 1830, a. 6 m. 
24 d. 

YOUNG, Abigail Lane. d. [Capt. c. r. 3.], Daniel and Han- 
nah, June 11, 1826. [June 13. c. R. 3.] 
Augusta, d. triplet, Daniel and Hannah, May 31, 1831. 
Charles, s. William and Nancy, Oct. 29, 1828. [a. 9 m. 14 d. 

G. R. 3.] 
Charles, s. William and Nancy, June — , 1833. 
Clarissa, Mar. 23, 1838. c. R. 5. 

Daniel, Capt., at sea, May 21, 1790, a. 38 y. G. R. 3. 
Daniel Harrison, s. Daniel, jr. and Angella Georgeratta, Aug, 

10, 1841. 
Daniel, widr., fisherman, old age, Dec. 19, 1848, a, 75 y. 
David Lane, s. Daniel and Hannah, drowned, July 15, l[83-. 

T. c] 
Elisabeth, 3d, w. William, Sept. 18, 1841. [bur. Sept. 15. 

c. R. 6.] 
Franklin, s. triplet, Daniel and Hannah, Feb. 14, 1825. 
George W[arren. p. r. 1031.], s. Warren and Betsey, dysen- 

try, Sept. 20, 1848, a. 13 m. 
Hannah, w. Daniel, consumption, Apr. 19, 1848, a. 68 y. 
Ichabod, drowned at sea, Oct. — , 1723, a. abt. 36 y. 
Mehitable, wid. Capt. Daniel, Dec. 19, 1800, a. 47 y. G. r. 3. 
Minah [Jamima. G. r. 1.], b. Pittsfield, N. H., wid. Joseph, 

typhus fever, Oct. 14, 1846, a. 38 y. 7 d. 
Nancy, d. Epes and Nancy, June 20, 1812, a. 1 y. 7 m. 7 d. 

G. r. 3. 
Nancy, 2d w. William, Oct. 19, 1833. [a. 39 y. G. r. 3.] 
Nancy, w. Epes, Oct. 24, 1835, a. 47 y. G. R. 3. 
Nancy B., d. Epes and Nancy (Gott), Apr. 24, 1840. p. r. 

1029. 
Olive, w. William, Sept. 14, 1825. [a. 40 y. c. r. 3; a. 41 y. 

G. r. 3.] 
Samuel, s. Ichabod and Abigail, June 16, 1717, a. 19 d. 
Samuel, s. Ichabod and Abigail, June 18, 1721, a. abt. 1 y. 3 m. 
Susan, d. Daniel [S. g. r. 3.], and Hannah, dysentery, June 

10, 1843, a. 28 y. [June 15. G. R. 3.] 

, ch twin, Capt. Daniel, — , 1825. c. R. 3. 

, ch. W[illia]m, Oct. 29, 1828. c. R. 3. 

YOUNGER, Edward [P. g. r. 11.], s. Joshua and Mary, diar- 
rhoee, Sept. 9, 1847, a. 1 y. 1 m. 5 d. 



336 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

Younger, Stephen, s. Willard and Sally, canker on bowels, 

Aug. 26, 1844, a. 1 y. 11 m. 3 d. 
Stephen J., s. William and Sarah, May 27, 1844, a. 23 m. 

G. R. 1. 
Tammy, bur. Feb. 24, 1829, a. 80 y. C. R. 6. 
William, drowned, bur. June 14, 1813. c. R. 6. 



SURNAMES MISSING 

— , Elezebeth, d. , Nov. 17, 1690. 

— , , of Piscataqua, nose bleed, June 17, 1719, a. 

abt. 19 or 20 y. 

— , ch. [Hjannah, Feb. —[173] 7-8. 
— , ch. [Hjannah, Feb. 5, 1741-2. 
— , ch. [Hjannah, June 7, 1745. 
— , s. Elisabeth, Nov. 8, 1752. 
— , , servant boy of Capt. Moses Bray, drowned at 

sea, May 12, 1773. c. R. 2. 
— , '■ — , inf. ch. , Jan. 11, 1798, a. abt. 11 d. 



c. R. 2. 
— , , a young woman, drowned, in a vessel cast 

away at the Cove, Oct. 9, 1804. c. R. 6. 

— , , ch. , bur. June 15, 1806, a. 2 y. c. R. 6. 

— , inf. ch. , pauper, Sept. 21, 1806. c. r. 1. 

— , , a cripple girl at the workhouse, cancer, bur. 

Feb. 12, 1807, a. 13 y. c. R. 6. 
— , Lizzy, aged, at the workhouse, bur. Mar. 13, 1807. 

C. R. 6. 

— , , ch. , at almshouse, Jan. 18, 1809. a 

6 y. c. R. 1. 
— , , inf. ch. , stillborn, Jan. — , 1812. c. r. 



-, grand d. Mrs. True, fit, at the workhouse. 



bur. Jan. 21, 1813, a. 9 y. c. R. 6. 
— , , grand ch. Mr. Earnest, bur. June 8, 1813. 

c. R. 6. 
 — , , mother of John Sargent's wife, — , 1815. 

c. R. 3. 
^ , ch. , measles, at the workhouse, June 

9, 1816, a. 9 m. c. r. 1. 



GLOUCESTER DEATHS 2)37 

— , , ch. , at the workhouse, Oct. 15, 1816, 

a. 2 y. c. R. 1. 

— , , ch. , at the workhouse, Mar. 11, 1819, 

a. 7 m. c. R. 1. 

— , William, a stranger, perished in a wreck on Eastern 
Point, Jan. 17, 1820. c. R. 6. 

— , Ruth, at the workhouse, bur. May 21, 1827, a. sup- 
posed 90 y. c. R. 6. 

— , , ch. , at the poorhouse, July 18, 1833. 

C. R. 1. 

— , Hepzibah, at the poorhouse, Nov. 1, 1834, a. 79 y. 
— , , inf. ch., at the workhouse, bur. June 20, 1835, 

a. 9 w. c. R. 6. 

— , , ch. James, Aug. 1, 1843. 

— , inf. ch. stillborn, Apr. 3, 1845. 

— , , d. Benjamin and Eliza, consumption, Sept. 2, 

1845, a. 21 d. 



NEGROES 

ANTHONY, servant to James Davis Esq., dropsy, Oct. 22, 
1777, a. 70 y. c. r. 3. 

BACHUS, "thought to be upwards of a hundred years," bur. 
Nov. — , 1811. c. r. 6. 

CHLOE, at the workhouse, Nov. 20, 1813. 

CUFF, formerly servant to Dea, James Lane, dropsy, Apr. 6, 
1777, a. 50 y. as supposed, c. r. 3. 

DALTON, Gloster, "an Afifrican, in this country from a youth," 
bur. Apr. 11, 1813, a. supposed to be 90 y. or upwards. 

C, R. 6. 

Phillis, wid. Gloucester, bur. Mar. 12, 1817. c. r. 6. 
DAY, Reuben, at the workhouse, Nov. 15, 1822, a. 72 y. 
ELSEY, at the workhouse, bur. Sept. 21, 1838, a. 75 y. c. r. 6. 
FLORA, drowned, Dec. 11, 1813. c. R. 3. 



338 GLOUCESTER DEATHS 

FORTUNE, servant of Peter Coffin, jr., — , 1779. c. r. 2. 

FRANCIS, , d. , bur. Jan. 6, 1822. c. r. 6. 

FRANCIS, Oct. 11, 1827. c. r. 1. 
FRANCIS, Jane, bur. May 30, 1831. c. r. 6. 
FRANCIS, Leah, wid., bur. Feb. 23, 1835. c. r. 6. 

FREEMAN, Polly, consumption, July 11, 1806, a. 25 y. c. r. 2. 

Robert, Feb. 18, 1806, a. abt. 75 y. c. R. 2. 
William, Mar. — , 1807. c. R. 2. 

GINN, William, Oct. — , 1796, a. abt. 35 y. c. r. 2. 

GRACE, servant of Jona[than] Norwood, fever, Sept. 30, 
1775, a. 70 y. c. r. 3. 

HASKELL, Ann, at the workhouse, bur. Aug. 26, 1829. c. r. 6. 

JENNY, at the workhouse, bur. Feb. — , 1828. c. R. 6. 

MOLLEY, w. Robin, consumption, Feb. 25, 1774. c. r. 2. 

MOONEY, Belfast, at the workhouse, Nov. 16, 1814, a. 5 y. 

MOORE, at the workhouse, bur. Dec. — , 1825. c. R. 6. 

PHILLIS, servant of Peter Coffin, jr.. May 6, 1779. c. r. 2. 

, d. Robbin, cold, fever, Jan. 29, 1788, a. abt. 3 m. 

c. R. 2. 

, woman, Happy, Oct. — , 1796, a. abt. 80 y. c. r. 2. 

, ch. Cornelius, July — , 1800. c. R. 2. 

, w. Scipio Dalton, Aug. 22, 1807. c. R. 2. 

, ch. , at the almshouse, Sept. 5, 1810, a. 3 y. 



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