DEATHS IN WOBURN, MASS.,
FROM 1873--1890.
ALPHABETICALLY AND CHRONOLOGICALLY ARRANGED.
DEATHS - CLAPPERTY to DWYER

[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]




CLAPPERTY.
  • Patrick, s. of Edward and Bridget (b. in Stoneham), of cholera infantum, Aug. 4, 1878; 6 m. 4 d.
  • Bridget, wife of -------------, d. of John and Sarah McLaughlin (b. in Ireland), of chronic diarrhoea, Aug. 17, 1878; 32 y.
  • Daniel, s. of Edward and Bridget, of chronic diarrhoea, Oct. 25, 1879; 3 y.
CLAFFY.
  • William Henry, s. of Patrick and Ellen (b. in Roxbury), of heart disease, July 26, 1874; 23 y. 2 m. 28 d.
  • ----------, d. of, Patrick and Mary, stillborn, Dec. 14, 1879.
  • Thomas E., s. of William and Grace (b. in Roxbury), of phthisis, March 29, 1884; 28 y. 1 m.
  • Anastasia, d. of Patrick and Mary, of convulsions, March 1, 1886; 15 d.
CLANCY.
  • David, s. of David and Sarah, of cholera infantum, Sept. 9, 1875; 11 d.
  • Thomas, s. of David and Elizabeth, of scarlet fever, Oct. 27, 1875; 2 y. 7 m. 16 d.
  • Thomas J., s. of John and Mary, of tubercular meningitis, Aug. 1, 1882; 14 y. 4 m.
  • Edward, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, March 6, 1883; 48 y.
  • Edward, s. of Michael and Mary A., of whooping cough, April 5, 1888; 1 y. 4 m. 6 d.
  • Ellen, d. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of general debility, June 3, 1889; 67 y.
  • Peter, s. of Patrick and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Sept. 2, 1889; 17 y.
  • John J., s. of John H. and Annie J., of disease of brain, Jan. 5, 1890; 9 m. 13 d.
  • Mary, wife of Thomas, d. of Lawrence and Bridget Connolly (b. in Ireland), of old age, March 20, 1890; 62 y.
  • David, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of ---------- of abdomen, July 9, 1890; 52 y.
  • Patrick, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), Aug. 31, 1890; 70 y.
CLARK
  • Patrick, s. of Patrick and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Oct. 1, 1877; 63 y. 7 m.
  • Catherine, d. of John and Annie Connolly (b. in Ireland), of consumption, March 23, 1878; 65 y.
  • Philip, s. of Edward and Bridget, of cholera infantum, Aug. 14, 1878; 1 y. 2 m. 9 d.
  • Lawrence Fletcher, s. of Francis H. and Delia A. (b. Nov. 26, 1877), May 8, 1879. (Gravestone.)
  • William, s. of Edward and Bridget, of congestion of brain, Dec. 7, 1880; 2 y.
  • Ellen, widow of ----------, d. of Lawrence and Julia McCabe (b. in Ireland), of old age, Aug. 11, 1883; 85 y.
  • Lawrence, s. of Phillip and Ellen, of consumption, Oct. 20, 1883; 32 y.
  • Bridget, wife of ----------, d. of Bridget and Thomas Donlon (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Jan. 4, 1885; 34 y.
  • John J., s. of Edward J. and Annie, of tuberculosis, Jan. 13, 1885; 4 y. 12 d.
  • Daniel M., s. of Edward J. and Annie, of nephritis, July 20, 1885; 2 y. 6 m.
  • Ernest W., s. of Charles E. and Hattie, of dysentery, Aug. 2, 1885; 2 y. 11 m. 26 d.
  • ----------, ---------- of George and Alice, stillborn, May 23, 1887.
  • Robert, s. of John and Ellen (b. in St. John, N. B.), of consumption, Aug. 22, 1890; 61 y. 3 m. 3 d.
CLARRIDGE.
  • Rose M., d. of Frederick H. and Abbie F., unknown, Oct. 17, 1878; 6 m. 17d.
  • Abbie F., wife of ----------, d. of William and Ruth Preston (b. in Charlestown), of pneumonia, Dec. 1, 1880; 28 y. 3 m.
CLEMENT.
  • H. Emily, wife of ----------, d. of Luther T. and Hannah W. Page (b. in Groton), of heart disease, Apr. 28, 1881; 38 y.
  • Arah D., s. of Jonathan and Betsey (b. in Warren, N. H.), of railroad accident, June 21, 1890; 38 y. 4 m. 18 d.
CLEMSON.
  • Howard E., s. of Frank W. and Elizabeth, of diphtheria, July 17, 1880; 2 y. 6 m. 24 d.
  • Mary F., wife of ----------, d. of Joseph and Ann E. Garrett (b. in Arlington), of consumption, June 3, 1882; 26 y. 7 m. 9 d.
CLIFFORD.
  • Comfort S., wife of ----------, d. of Philip and Comfort Harris (b. in Danville, Vt.), of heart disease, Nov. 22, 1888; 62 y. 2 m. 28 d.
CLOONAN.
  • Timothy G., s. of James and Sabina, of meningitis, Feb. 25, 1889; 3 m. 6. d.
CLOUGH.
  • John, s. of Aaron and Hannah (b. in Sanbornton, N. H.), of nephritis, Nov. 25, 1879; 70 y. 10 m.(With His Organization He Did What He Could.-Epitaph.)
  • Ellen D., widow of ----------, d, of Benjamin and Rebecca B. Champney (b. in New Ipswich, N. H.), of disease of brain, June 5, 1888; 72 y. 8 m.
COAKLEY.
  • Mary, wife of ----------, d. of Jeremiah and Margaret Calden (b. in Ireland), Feb. 8, 1873; 21 y.
  • Margaret, d. of Daniel and Mary, of cholera infantum, May 7, 1873; 3 m. 15 d.
  • Annie, d. of John and Ann, of convulsions, Sept. 6, 1877; 5 d.
  • ----------, s. of John and Ann, stillborn, Nov. 22, 1878.
  • Mary, d. of Cornelius and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, April 15, 1888; 22 y. 10 m. 29 d.
COBB.
  • Andrew, s. of Freeman and Hannah (b. in Truro), of apoplexy, March 13, 1884; 66 y. 6 m.
COFFEY.
  • Catherine, d. of ---------- and ---------- (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Sept. 13, 1883; 57 y.
  • Patrick, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Jan. 8, 1885; 52 y.
COGAN.
  • Jeremiah, s. of James and Eliza, of hydrocephalus, Feb. 26, 1883; 1 y. 5 m. 12 d.
  • John, s. of John and Alice (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, March 13, 18S5; 33 y.
  • John, s. of James and Julia (b. in Ireland), of softening of brain, July 25, 1885; 64 y. 6 m. 25 d.
  • Owen, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Nov. 24, 1885; 26 y. 10 m. 13 d.
  • John F., s. of Owen and Annie, of scarlet fever, April 4, 1886; 2 y.
  • Annie M., widow of ----------, d. of James and Sarah Doherty, of phthisis, Oct. 31, 1887; 29 y. 17 d.
  • Daniel, s. of John and Annie (b. in Ireland), of congestion of lungs, Aug. 19, 1889; 4 m. 9 d.
COGGIN.(July 4, 1831, widow Lydia Coggin died at the widow of Abijah Thompson's, buried in Wilmington.- Dea. Wyman's Account Book.)

COGSWELL.
  • Meline A., d. of-------- and----- (b. in ), of typhoid fever, Sept. 22, 1873; 19 y.
COLBY.
  • Annella A., d. of William K. and Augusta S. (b. in Lawrence), of consumption, Nov. 18, 1882; 21 y. 11 m. 7 d.
  • George E., s. of Albert M. and Josephine V., of pneumonia, June 24, 1884; 13 m. 21 d.
COLE.
  • (COLE. (Correction, 1640-1872.) Peter O., died, Jan. 19, 1864; 22 y. 8 m. (Gravestone.)
  • John G., s. of James and Harriet (b. in Boston), of cardiac disease, April 26, 1873; 56 y. 1 m. 26 d.
COLEGATE.
  • Louisa S., wife of William A., d. of John and Lucy T. Stevens (b. in Boston), of heart failure, Aug. 28, 1889; 68 y. 3 m.
COLEMAN.
  • ----------, of James and Eliza, stillborn, July 20, 1881.
  • ---------, s. of James and Elizabeth, stillborn, June 1, 1882.
  • Charles W., s. of James and Eliza, of congestion of lungs, Dec. 15, 1886; 12 d.
  • -----------, ---. of James and Elizabeth (b. in Everett), of tuberculosis meningitis, Feb. 10, 1888; 4 y. 4 m. 2 d.
  • John, s. of Martin and Margaret, of hydrophobia, June 26, 1890. 1 y. 2 m.
  • Julia, wife of George, d. of Michael and Catherine Barry (b. in Ireland), of paralysis, Oct. 11, 1890; 80 y.
COLLAMORE.
  • (COLLAMORE. (Addition, 1640-1872.)- Henry A., s. of Horace and Mary E., Sept. 14, 1843; 1 y. 4 m. (Gravestone.)
  • Mary E., wife of Horace, d. of Simeon and Lucy Chase (b. in Putney, Vt.) [Jamaica, Vt., Jan. 16, 1812, gravestone]), of softening of brain, April [June, gravestone], 30, 1883; 71 y.
  • Horace, s. of Anthony and Lydia (b. in Pembroke, Jan. 15, 1812), of apolexy, Dec. 15, 1885; 73 y. 1 m.
COLLEY.
  • Herbert E., s. of George P. and Anna G., of scarlet fever, Jan. 17, 1876; 2 y. 5 m. 9 d.
COLLINS.
  • James, s. of Patrick and Margaret, of spine disease, May 15, 1873; 14 d.
  • Thomas, s. of ---------- and (b. in Merrimac, N. H.), of insanity, April 5, 1874; 72 y. 5 m. 25 d.
  • John, s. of Dennis and Mary, of cholera Infantum, June 15, 1876; 5 m.
  • Thomas P., s. of Patrick and Margaret, of scarlatina, Sept. 15, 1876; 5 y. 6 m.
  • Francis, s. of Michael and Catherine (b. in Ireland), of tabes dorsalis, July 15, 1884; 55 y.
  • Mary J., d. of Frank and Bridget, of phthisis, Dec. 30, 1885; 23 y. 20 d.
  • Annle, d. of Frank and Bridget, of consumption, April 2, 1887; 23 y. 5 m.
  • Joseph, s. of James P. and Catherine A., of cholera infantum, July 26, 1887; 9 m. 23 d.
  • Michael, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of general debility, June 20, 1889; 67 y.
COLLYER.
  • Sarah A., wife of -------------, d. of Christopher and Deborah Andrea (b. in Wakefield, N. H.), of paralysis, Oct. 17, 1888; 48 y. 8 m. 13 d.
COLSON.
  • Joseph C., s. of Ebenezer and Ann E. (b. in Bath, Me.), of consumption, Feb. 7, 1876; 47 y.
  • Edward H., s. of Almon N. and Jennie S., of cholera infantum, July 24, 1888; 4 m. 24 d.
COMEAU.
  • ----------, s. of Thomas and Melina, stillborn, Sept. 3, 1873.
  • Melina (?) wife of Thomas (?) d. of Oliver and Mary Lucier (b. in Canada), of consumption, Sept. 5, 1873; 24 y.
CONANT.
  • Emeline C., wife of --------, d. of Paul and Matilda Conant (b. in Acton), of carcinoma, Dec. 7, 1884; 64 y. 6 m. 3 d.
  • Charles E., s. of Joseph and Abigail (b. in Beverly), of typhoid fever, Oct. 23, 1888; 30 y. 8 m. 1 d.
CONKLIN.
  • (May 2, 1831, Richard Conklin's child drowned in Cutter's rnill-pond.- Deacon Wyman's Account Book.).
CONLON.
  • James, s. of James and Catherine, of cholera infantum, Aug. 14, 1873; 1 y. 5 m.
CONN.
  • Horace, s. of George and Mary (b. in Charlestown), of intestinal obstruction, Feb. 27, 1884; 71 y. 2 d.
  • Martha, widow of Horace, d. of William and Arethusa Fox, of paralysis, March 1, 1888; 77 y. 10 m. 8 d.
  • George H., s. of Horace and Martha F., of chronic cystitis, Oct. 20, 1888; 49 y. 8 m. 2 d.
CONNELL (see also O'CONNELL).
  • Joseph, s. of Thomas and Ellen, drowned, May 4, 1878; 1 y. 11 m.
CONNOLLY.
  • John, s. of Philip and Julia (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, June 1, 1873; 21 y. 7 m.
  • Patrick, s. of John and Bridget, of croup, Jan. 31, 1875; 1 y. 9 m. 25 d.
  • Mary, d. of Martin and Bridget, of Bright's disease, May 31, 1875; 7 y. 10 M.
  • John, s. of Martin and Bridget, of brain fever, Nov. 30, 1875; 7 m.
  • Catherine, widow of ---------, d. of Patrick and Ellen Garvey (b. in Ireland), of inflammation of bowels, June 11, 1876; 60 y.
  • Bridget, d. of Martin and Catherine, of cholera infantum, July 12, 1876; 18 d.
  • Abigail E., widow of ---------, d. of Daniel and Ann Reardon (b. in Ireland), of Bright's disease, July 7, 1877; 27 y.
  • Annie, d. of John and Ann, of cholera infantum, Aug. 17, 1877; 1 y. 8 m.
  • John, s. of Michael and Mary, no rectum, Aug. 25, 1877; 1 d.
  • Bridget, wife of ---------, d. of Martin and Bridget Connolly (b. in Ireland). of placenta provia, April 2, 1878; 39 y.
  • May, d. of Martin and Bridget, of strangulation, April 2, 1878; 1-2 h.
  • Bridget M., d. of Patrick and Margaret, of pneumonia, Dec. 8, 1879; 1 y. 9 m.
  • Bridget d. of Thomas and Catherine (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Dec. 31, 1879; 15 y.
  • Catherine, d. of John and Mary, of marasmus, Aug. 6, 1880; 1 m. 4 d.
  • William, s. of Peter and Hannah (b. in New York), of consumption, Feb. 2, 1881; 26 y.
  • Bartholomew, s. of Patrick and Mary, of anaemia, Feb. 3, 1881; 5 min.
  • Susan, d. of John and Mary, of meningitis, Oct, 2, 1882; 19 d.
  • Ann, d. of John and Bridget, of meningitis, Dec. 7, 1882; 1 y. 17 d.
  • Martin, s. of John J. and Bridget, of diphtheria, Dec. 19, 1882; 2 y. 4 m. 14 d.
  • Ann, d. of Thomas and Hannah, of diphtheria, Jan.10, 1883; 2 y. 5 m.
  • Martin, s. of Patrick and May, of diphtheria, Jan. 10, 1883; 3 y. 3 m.
  • Peter, s. of Bartholomew and Margaret, of diphtheria, Jan. 14, 1883; 11 y. 7 m. 16 d.
  • Hannah, d. of Patrick and Mary, of croup, Feb. 17, 1883; 4 y. 7 m.
  • Mary E., d. of John and Johanna, of insanity, April 15, 1883; 21 y. 6 m.
  • Mary E., d. of John H. and Margaret, of consumption, Aug. 17, 1883; 25 y. 7 m. 5 d.
  • Margaret, d. of John and Bridget, of brain fever, Feb. 15, 1884; 3 y. 19 d.
  • John, s. of Patrick and Margaret, of scarlet fever, March 26, 1884; 3 y. 6 m.10 d.
  • John H., s. of Thomas and Rosy (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Dec. 27, 1884; 52 y. 2 m. 4 d.
  • Susan J., d. of Michael and Mary (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, April 8, 1885; 28 y.
  • Margaret, d. of Patrick and Mary, of meningitis, Sept. 3, 1886; 2 y.
  • Coleman, s. of Thomas and Hannah, of meningitis. Dec. 12, 1836; 3 m. 3 d.
  • Thomas, s. of Coleman, of meningitis, March 28, 1887.
  • Bartholomew, s. of Patrick and Margaret, of sunstroke, July 2, 1887; 3 y. 3 m.
  • Martin, s. of Coleman and Margaret, of meningitis, Dec. 3, 1887; 2 y. 5 m.
  • Herbert W., s. of William H. and Mary (b. in Boston), of croup, Jan. 7, 1888; 5 m. 5 d.
  • Hannah, d. of Thomas and Hannah, of meningitis, April 6, 1888; 5 m.
  • Thomas, s. of Martin and Ann (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Jan. 31, 1889;. 25 y. 2 d.
  • John, s. of Michael and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of general debility, June 5, 1889; 25 y.
  • Anne, d. of Patrick and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Jan. 16, 1890; 23 y.
CONNOR (see also O'CONNOR).
  • Thomas C., s. of Peter and Ann, April 9, 1873; 14 y.
  • Margaret, wife of ---------, d. of Thomas and Margaret McCarthy, (b. in Ireland), of cholera morbus, Sept. 9, 1873; 26 y. 1 m. 2 d.
  • Maria, d. of Michael and ---------, of scarlet fever, Nov. 25, 1875; 4 y. 2 m.
  • John, s. of Peter and ---------, of Iung fever, Aug. 9, 1876; 20 y. 6 m. 14 d.
  • Mary, wife of ---------, d. of --------- and --------- (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, March 3, 1883; 40 y.
  • ---------, s. of --------- and Mary, stillborn, March 2, 1884.
CONOGAN.
  • Dennis, s. of James and Mary (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Feb. 5, 1887; 17 y. 11 m. 18 d.
CONOLE.
  • Bridget, wife of ---------, d. of Thomas and Ann Keenan (b. in Ireland), or carcinoma stomach, Jan. 8, 1886; 56 y.
CONROY.
  • Michael Patrick, s. of Patrick and Eliza, of pneumonia, Aug. 25, 1877; 4 m.
CONSIDION.
  • Bridget, d. of Patrick and Catherine (b. in Ireland), of congestion of lungs, March 16, 1885; 65 y.
CONVERSE.
  • (CONVERSE. (Correction, 1640-1872.)- Samuel Converse died Oct. 24, 1830, AEt. 31 yrs. (Gravestone.) He was an Atheist, Per Dea. Wyman's Account Book. July 13, 1817, Jeremiah Converse, Jr.'s, wife, daughter of Jesse Barnard [died].-- Ibid.)
  • Martin L., s. of Josiah and Martha T., of bilious fever and general debility, Dec. 8, 1873; 78 y. 4 m.
  • Hannah F., wife of -----------, d. of Sylvanus and Nancy F. Bowen (b. in Grafton), of consumption, Nov. 17, 1874; 42 y. 10 m.
  • Joshua P., s. of Joshua and Phebe P., of epileptic convulsions, March 16, 1876; 61 y. 3 m.
  • Rebecca, widow of -----------, d. of Thomas and ----------- Richardson, of old age, July 23,1877; 83 y. 18 d.
  • Charles H., s. of John and -----------, (b. in Burlington), of Bright's disease, Jan. 24, 1878; 51 y.
  • Charles Atherton, s. of Charles W. and Georgiana T. P., of meningitis and exhaustion, July 29, 1878; 4 y. 10 m. 29 d.
  • William, s. of William and Hannah (b. in Billerica), of embolism, June 1, 1879; 57 y. 2 m. 19 d.
  • H. Marguerite, d. of C. W. and G. T., Oct. 22, 1887; 4 y. 4 m. (Gravestone.)
  • Charles W., s. of -----------, March 26, 1888; 38 y. 8 m. (Gravestone.)
  • David G., s. of Jesse and Rebecca R., of disease of the spinal cord, Dec. 30, 1890; 70 y. 1 m. 16 d.
CONWAY.
  • Andrew, e. of Timothy and Mary (b. in Ireland), of bronchitis, May 3, 188 ; 72 y.
COOK.
  • (Feb. 21, 1832, Mr. Sam'I Cook's wife [died] suddenly.- Dea. Wyman's Account Book.)
  • Rodman, s. of Walter and -----------, of spinal ---------- June 5, 1873; 5 y. 6 m. 14 d.
  • John, s. of Walter and -----------, of scrofula, June 12, 1873; 9 m.
  • Manfred C., s. of John and Sarah (b. in Northfield, N. H.), of consumption, June 23, 1874; 31 y.
  • Sarah, d. of Walter and Bridget, of cholera infantum, July 31, 1877; 4 m.
  • Frederick, s. of Eli and Hannah (b. in Brunswick, Me.), of consumption, Jan. 13, 1879; 69 y. 1 m.
  • Judith V., widow of -----------, d. of Asa B. and Margery Harvey (b. in Freedom, Me.), of consumption, Feb. 8, 1882; 40 y. 4 m.
  • Michael, s. of Thomas and Barbara, of meningitis, Nov. 30, 1882; 2 y. 2 m.
  • George F., s. of Richard G. and Phebe L., of convulsions, May 30, 1886; 6 d.
  • Eunice B., widow of ---------, d. of Harrison and Hepzibah Bancroft (b. in Wilmington), of consumption, Sept. 23, 1887; 38 Y. 9 m. 7 d.
  • Patrick J., s. of Thomas and Barbara, of heart disease, Sept. 12, 1888; 4 y. 5 m.
  • George A., s. of George and Dorcas F., of heart disease, Dec. 16, 1888; 10 y. 5 m.
  • Coleman, s. of Thomas and Barbara, of heart disease, April 5, 1889.
  • Charles, s. of --------- and ---------, of consumption, March 24, 1890; 35 y.
  • ---------,--------- of Thomas and Ann, of premature birth, Dec. 14, 1890.
COONEY.
  • Mary Jane, d. of Michael and Mary, of scarlet fever, Jan. 7, 1876; 9 m. 18 d.
COOPER.
  • Ann W., d. of --------- and --------- Bussey (b. in Sudbury), of disease of the brain, Oct. 17, 1881; 78 y. 5 m.
  • Eli, s. of John and Esther (b. in Stockport, England), of debility, May 7, 1890; 85 y. 4 m. 21 d.
COPP.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Tristrum M., d. of William and Sally Tibbetts (b. in Brookfield, N. H.), of old age, June 3, 1884; 86 y. 9 m.
CORBETT.
  • Dennis, s. of Thomas and Elisabeth, of congestion of brain, June 29, 1881; 2 y. 11 m.
  • Thomas K., s. of Thomas and Lizzie, of hemorrhage, April 3, 1890; 2 d.
CORCORAN.
  • John, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, April 11, 1885; 56 y.
  • Elizabeth, wife of ---------, d. of John and Elizabeth McCarthy (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Aug. 23, 1886; 30 y.
  • Hannah, d. of Cornelius and Elizabeth, meningitis, Oct. 14, 1886; 3 m.
  • ---------, d. of Cornelius and Mary, of premature birth, Jan. 28, 1888.
  • ---------, s. of Cornelius and Mary, of premature birth, Jan. 29, 1888; 1 1/2 d.
  • Mary E., wife of ---------, d. of Michael and Mary Murphy, of pneumonia, Jan. 30, 1888.
  • Margaret, widow of John, d. of Michael and Elisabeth Bradley (b. in Ireland), of oedema of lungs, April 1, 1889; 65 y.
  • Andrew, s. of Cornelius and Mary, of convulsions, Nov. 19, 1890; 5 y. 3 m. 16 d.
CORDELL.
  • Peter, s. of Andrew and Mary, Feb. 25, 1874; 7 d.
  • Thomas, s. of Andrew and Mary, Feb. 28, 1874; 10 d.
  • Bernard, s. of Bryan and Mary (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Jan. 20, 1875; 38 y.
  • Andrew, s. of Andrew and Margaret, of jaundice of blood, March 26, 1875; 1 d.
  • ---------, s. of Andrew and Mary, of infantile debility, Dec. 3, 1876; 1/2 hour.
  • Mary, wife of ---------, d. of John and Margaret Masterson (b. in Ireland), of childbirth, Dec. 3, 1876; 35 y.
  • Andrew, s. of Bryan and Mary (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Dec. 11, 1879; 52 y.
  • Mary, widow of ---------, d. of Michael and Margaret Hickey (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Feb. 22, 1881; 44 y.
  • Catherine, d. of Bernard and Mary, of consumption, Dec. 7, 1883; 9 y.
CORRIGAN (see also CARRIGAN).
  • Mary, widow of John, d. of Michael and Catherine Browen (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, May 1, 1889; 42 y.
CORRY.
  • Mary E., d. of Robert and Catherine (b. in Ireland), of consumption, June 5, 1884; 34 y. 2 m. 11 d.
  • William J., s. of Robert and Catherine (b. in Massachusetts), of heart disease, Oct. 12, 1890; 29 y. 4 m. 12 d.
COSTELLO.
  • John M., s. of Michael and Mary, of premature birth, Sept. 11, 1879; 11 d.
  • Margaret, d. of Thomas and Margaret, of cholera infantum, Aug. 4, 1882; 2 m. 20 d.
  • Bridget, wife of ---------, d. of Patrick and Catherine Cannon (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Nov. 9, 1833; 57 y.
  • Catherine, d. of Matthew and Barbara, of heart disease, June 27, 1884; 9 y. 3 m.
  • Sarah, d. of John and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, April 9, 1885; 20 y. 4 m.
  • Catherine, d. of Thomas and Margaret, of meningitis, July 21, 1887; 8 m. 21 d.
  • Michael, s. of Matthew and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, April 22, 1889; 31 y.
COTE.
  • Cleophis, s. of Beraphael and Laliberti (b. in Quebec), of suicide, April 1, 1889; 55 y.
COTTLE.
  • Emma A., wife of Edmund C., d. of Martin R. and Polina S. Howe (b. in Grafton, Mass.), of phthisis, Jan. 10, 1881; 33 y. 7 m. 27 d.
  • ---------, s. of Edmund C. and Clara I., stillborn, Aug. 2, 1884.
COTTON.
  • Arthur E., s. of Alvah and Maria C., of consumption, Sept. 1, 1886; 22 y. 1 m. 5 d.
COUGHLIN.
  • Margaret, d. of Daniel and Margaret (b. in Lowell), of canker, Aug. 9, 1873; 1 m.
  • Hannah, wife of ---------, d. of Daniel and Mary Dannegan (b. in Ireland), of childbirth, Nov. 17, 1875; 29 y.
  • Ellen A., d. of Daniel an Mary, of phthisis, Sept. 25, 1890; 24 y. 6 m. 1 d.
COUILLARD.
  • Luella J., d. of John and Mary (b. in East Boston ), of consumption, Oct. 1, 1882; 22 y. 7 m. 28 d.
  • John, s. of John and Hannah (b. in Maine),of paralysis, March 30, 1888; 59 y. 8 m. 5 d.
COURTS.
  • ---------, s. of William and Mary, stillborn, June 1, 1874.
  • Mary, wife of ---------, d. of Thomas and Ellen Cleveland (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Aug. 30, 1887; 50 y.
COVELL.
  • Thomas J., Ph. G., at Lynn, March 21, 1885; 46 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Thomas K. (b. at Nantucket Island, Jan. 29, 1806), at Lynn, Sept. 26, 1885. (Gravestone.)
COVENY.
  • William H., s. of Jeremiah and Margaret (b. in East Cambridge), of gastritis, Nov. 13, 1873; 28 y. 11 m. 4 d.
  • Jeremiah, s. of William and Julia (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Feb. 24, 1885; 71 y.
COWAN.
  • Hiram H., s. of John and Mehetabel (b. in Bangor, Me.), of paralysis, June 24, 1873; 45 y. 8 m.
COWDREY.
  • Ruth S., widow of ---------, d. of William and Ruth Center (b. in Plymouth, N. H.), of paralysis, April 3, 1881; 79 y. 1 m. 28 d.
  • Vernum, s. of George and Mary (b. in Stoneham), of consumption, July 3, 1881; 64 y. 8 m. 11 d.
  • Henry, s. of Vernum and Mary, of consumption, Aug. 18, 1881; 33 y. 9 m. 17 d.
  • Mary, wife of Vernum, Jan. 28, 1887; 61 y. 6 m. 14 d. (Gravestone.)
COX.
  • Reuben, Jr., s. of Reuben and Annie (b. in Hyde Park), of enterocolitis, Oct. 19, 1880; 1 y. 3 m.
COYLE.
  • John, s. of John and Jane (b. in Ireland), of cancer, July 27, 1889; 36 y.
COYNE.
  • Mary, d. of Anthony and Bridget, scalded, Sept 28, 1887; 2 y. 1 m. 22 d.
  • Mary E., d. of John and Mary, of meningitis, Aug. 31, 1888; 1 y. 7 m. 13 d.
  • Joseph, s. of Anthony and Bridget, of cholera infantum, Aug. 2, 1890; 1 y. 4 m. 19 d.
CRAGIN.
  • Hannah B., widow of ---------, d. of Oliver and Anna W. Holmes (b. in Francistown, N. H.), of cancer, April 24, 1875; 64 y. 10 m. 3 d.
  • Maria L., wife of ---------, d. of Benjamin and Rebecca B. Champney (b. in New Ipswich, N. H.), of paralysis of brain, July 9, 1881; 67 y. 7 m. 26 d.
  • Francis K., s. of Stephen and Martha (born in Temple, N. H.), of hypertrophy of heart, Jan. 1, 1887; 81 y. 8 m. 26 d.
CRAIG.
  • David, s. of David and Ellen (b. in Boston), of heart disease, May 26, 1879; 20 y.
CRAMPTHORN.
  • James A., s. of Frederick W. and Mary L., of hydrocephalus, Oct. 12, 1890; 4 m. 12 d.
CRANE.
  • Fannie P., d. of John P. and Faustina C., of croup, Jan. 5, 1873; 1 y. 10 m. 2 d.
  • Faustina R., wife of J. P., d. of David and Elizabeth I. Chipman (b. in Wellfleet), of disease of liver, Oct. 13, 1875; 37 y. 9 m. 27 d.
  • Walter Davis, s. of John P. and Faustina R., of scarlet fever, Dec. 7, 1875; 6y. 10 y. 3 m. 19 d.
  • John P., s. of John P. and Faustina R., of scarlet fever, Dec. 7, 1875; 10 y. 3 m. 19 d.
CREHAN.
  • Patrick, s. of John and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of bronchitis, July 14, 1882; 57 y. 7 m. 14 d.
CRITCHETT.
  • Eliza A., wife of Thomas, d. of George and Mary Conn (b. in Charlestown), of heart disease, Oct. 24, 1889; 80 y. 7 m. 9 d.
CROCKER.
  • Agnes, d. of William A. and Catherine, of marasmus, Sept. 21, 1889; 6 m. 2 d.
CRONCHER.
  • Jessie H., d. of Samuel and Elizabeth (b. in Halifax, N. S.), drowned, Aug. 3, 1889; 28 y. 5 m.
CROSBY,
  • Joseph M., s. of John and Kate (b. in Haverhill), of hip disease, Nov. 7, 1876; 7 y. 11 m.
  • Maria A., wife of ---------, d. of Daniel and Margaret McCabe (b. in Nova Scotia), of heart disease, Feb. 28, 1887; 33 y. 11 m.
CROSETT.
  • Jane, wife of Adam, d. of --------- and --------- Corown (b. in Ireland), of hermiplegia, Sept. 27, 1889; 85 y.
CROTTY.
  • Thomas, s. of David and Catherine, of cholera infantum, Aug. 4, 1890; 8 m. 21 d.
CROVO. (Same name as CROWE)
  • Flora, d. of Angelo and Matilda, of whooping cough, Aug. 29, 1890; 1 y. 9 m.
CROWELL.
  • Fred G., s. of Clarence M. and Susan E., of cyanosis, Sept. 4, 1886; 12 d.
CROWLEY.
  • Cornelius, s. of Cornelius and Johannah, of cholera infantum, Aug. 17, 1874; 11 m. 7 d.
  • Johannah, d. of Patrick and Elizabeth, of consumption, Sept. 20, 1874; 1 m. 21 d.
  • Johannah, wife of ---------, d. of Jeremiah and Johannah McCarthy (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Nov. 4, 1884; 45 y.
  • Jeremiah, s. of Patrick and Elizabeth, of haematomyces, Sept. 7, 1888; 19 y. 3 m. 27 d.
  • Cornelius, s. of Cornelius and Julia A. (b. in Ireland), of accident, Dec. 6, 1889; 55 y.
GROWTHER.
  • Amelia, d. of Thomas and Victoria, of meningitis, July 24, 1878; 8 m. 26 d.
CULLEN.
  • John, s. of Thomas and Margaret, of cholera infantum, July 26, 1873; 8 m. 15 d.
  • Joseph, s. of Edward and Catherine, drowned, Aug. 20, 1874; 1 y. 3 m. 20 d.
  • Margaret, d. of Thomas and Margaret, of whooping cough, May 22, 1875; 1 y. 2 m.
  • Joseph, s. of Edward and Margaret, of scarlet fever, Feb. 2, 1876; 9 m. 25 d.
  • Katy, d. of Edward and Margaret, of scarlet fever, Feb. 3, 1876; 5 y. 5 m.
  • Daniel,s. of Edward and Mary, of typhoid fever, Oct. 9, 1876; 12 y. 5 m. 7 d.
  • Thomas, s. of Anthony and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of phthisis pulmonalis, June 21, 1877; 39 y Catherine, wife of ----------, d. of Matthew and Mary Kernan (b, in Ireland), of asthma and heart disease, Aug. 28, 1877; 38 y.
  • Annie, d. of John and Bridget (b. in Lawrence), of consumption, Aug. 15, 1880; 9 y. 2 m. 17 d.
  • Margaret, widow of ----------, d. of Bartholemew and Bridget McMurray. (b. in Ireland), of consumption, March 18, 1881; 45 y.
  • Bernard A., s. of Thomas and Margaret, of phthisis, Oct. 3, 1881; 22 y. 7 m.
  • Margaret J., d. of Michael and Ann (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, May 31, 1882; 26 y.
  • Mary E., d. of James and Mary, of hydrocephalus, Nov. 24, 1882; 4 y. 3 m. 16 d.
  • Ellen, d. of Patrick and Rose (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Feb. 16, 1885; 26 y.
  • Nancy, wife of ----------, d. of Robert and Mary Curley (b. in Ireland), of old age, Oct. 14, 1885; 70 y.
  • Sister Ignatius of the Cross, d. of Bernard and Julia (b. in Boston), of phthlsis, Nov. 19, 1886; 23 y. 9 m. 8 d.
  • Mary, d. of Lawrence J. and Jane, Nov. 20, 1887; 30 minutes.
  • Patrick, s. of Martin and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of old age, Jan. 5, 1888; 68 y.
  • Rose, widow of Patrick, d. of John and Bridget Rourke (b. in Ireland), of general debility, April 27 1889; 65 y.
  • Patrick J., s. of Thomas and Margaret, of phthisis, Nov. 2, 1890; 28 y. 9 m.
CUMMINGS.
  • (CUMMINGS. (Corrections, 1640-1872.)- Warren Cummings died Nov. 5, 1852 AEt. 26 y. 9 m. Here rests a fallen star of earth. (Gravestone). Harriet N. Cummings, died Aug. 13, 1861,AEt. 32. (Gravestone.))
  • Desire H., widow of ----------, d. of Jesse and Submit Richardson, of old age, June 9, 1873; 78 y. 7 m. 6 d.
  • Delia R. wife of ----------, d. of T. J. and Mary D----------, of Bright's disease, April 29, 1874; 32 y.
  • Hattie, d. of John H. and Martha B., Aug. 16, 1874; 5 m. (Gravestone.)
  • Catherine, d. of James and Hannah, of inflammation of bowels, Oct. 27, 1875; 1 y. 7 m. 7 d.
  • Sarah, wife of John, d. of James and Mary Phillips (b. in Swampscott), of pneumonia, Feb. 9, 1877; 63 y.
  • Daniel, s. of ---------- (b. Jan. 7, 1797), July 24, 1877. (Gravestone.)
  • Ebenezer, s. of Samuel and Joan (b. in Burlington), of heart disease and dropsy, April 17, 1878; 57 y. 3 m.
  • Marcia, widow of John, d. of Jacob and Ruth Richardson, of old age, June 8, 1882; 88 y. 11 m. 12 d.
  • Cyrus, s. of John and Marcia R., of heart disease, Oct. 19, 1883; 66 y.
  • Ellen F., wife of ----------, d. of Hugh and Rebecca Cash (b. in Concord), of consumption, Sept. 24, 1886; 34 y. 5 m. 3 d.
  • Harriet, widow of ----------, d. of James and Mary Cutler (b. in Burlington), of apoplexy, Aug. 19, 1887; 80 y. 3 m. 22 d.
  • Abigail, widow of ----------, d. of Jacob and Lucretia Wright, of old age, Sept. 21, 1887; 90. y. 4 m. 21 d.
  • John H., s. of Moses and Harriet, of softening of brain, Sept. 9, 1888; 51 y. 8 m. 19 d.
  • Nellie L., d. of Melville B. and Ella F., of meningitis, May 7, 1889; 2 y. 8 m. 17 d.
CUNNINGHAM.
  • Ellen, d. of Bernard and Catherine, of bronchitis, Nov. 23, 1886; 1 y. 3 m. 4 d.
  • Sophia C., wife of Weston, d. of John F. and Mary C. Harmon (b. in Machias, Me.), of heart disease, April 27, 1889; 45 y. 7 m. 3 d.
  • Katie, d. of Bernard and Katie, of marasinus, July 4, 1889. 3 m. 7 d.
CURLEY.
  • Patrick, s. of John and Margaret, of lung fever, July 25, 1874; 3 m. 7 d.
  • Agnes E., d. of John and Jane, of cholera infantum, Oct. 4, 1877; 6 m.
CURNYN.
  • Bridget, d. of Maurice and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of rheumatism, April 16, 1876; 26 y.
CURTIN.
  • John G., s. of Jeremiah and Abbie, of meningitis, Feb. 28, 1888; 6 d.
CURTIS.
  • Thomas D., s. of Enoch H. and Mary E., of canker, Oct. 25, 1874; 9 m.
  • George M., s. of Enoch H. and Mary E., of convulsions, July 26, 1877; 8 m. 16 d.
  • Elizabeth, wife of ----------, d. of Nathaniel and Hannah Brooks (b. in York, Me.), rupture of gall bladder, May 3, 1885; 70 y. 8 m.
  • Arthur S., s. of Enoch H. and Mary E., of congestion of brain, Aug. 20, 1885; 1 y. 7 m. 23 d.
  • Thomas S., s. of J. and Mary (b. in Hingham), in Burlington, of cancer, Dec. 27, 1888; 36 y. 6 m. 28 d.
CUSHING.
  • ----------, s. of Walter and Jessie I., stillborn, April 12, 1879.
  • ----------, s. of James E. and Adelaide A., stillborn, March 6, 1885.
  • Jessie I., wife of Walter S., d. of William H. and Julia A. Jones, of phthisis, Jan. 5, 1886; 29 y. 5 m.
CUSHMAN(see also CASHMAN).
  • ----------, s. of Michael and Jane, stillborn, May 17, 1887.
CUTLER.
  • (CUTLER. (Correction, 1640-1872.)- Darius J., died Aug. 1, 1850; 3 d.- Child of Amos E. and Margaret R. Cutler. (Gravestone.))
  • Nancy, wife of ----------, d. of Loammi Richardson (b. in Wilmington), of paralysis, Jan. 3, 1874; 84 y. 8 m.
  • James, s. of James and Mary (b. in Burlington), of old age, Feb. 4, 1876; 72 y. 3 m.
  • Margaret A., d. of Amos E. and Margaret B. of consumption, June 24, 1876; 23 y. 8 m. 12 d.
  • William, s. of James and Mary (b. in Burlington), of paralysis, April 5, 1877; 64 y. 2 m.
  • Maria C., widow of Leonard, d. of James and Annie Cutter (b. in Arlington), of nervous exhaustion, July 15, 1886; 82 y. 9 m. 3 d.
  • Sylvester P., s. of James and Polly (b. in Burlington, Aug. 26, 1818), of embolism, Dec. 18, 1886; 68 y. 3 m. 22 d.
  • Artemas, s. of John R. and Alvira (b. in Lexington), of cancer, June 4, 1890; 67 y.
CUTTER.
  • Lewis Whitney, s. of Ephraim and Rebecca, of diphtheritis, June 26, 1874; 4 y. 6 m. 9 d.
  • Mary Whittemore, d. of Ephraim and Rebecca S., of diphtheria, July 1, 1874; 8 y. 11 m. 20 d.
  • Grace Dunning, d. of Ephm., Dec. 30, 1877; 5 y. 7 m. (Gravestone.)
  • William R., Jr., s. of Wm. R. and Mary E., Dec. 9, 1880; 1 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Mary, widow of Samuel B., d. of Enoch and Hannah French (b. in Canterbury, N. H.), of exhaustion, Jan. 8, 1882; 68 y. 7 m.
  • Sarah Hamlen, cl. of William R. and Mary E. (Kimball), (b. in Lexington), of phthisis, April 26, 1890; 16 y. 9 m. 1 d.
CUTTING.
  • Annie, d. of John and Lydia (b. in Orange), of heart failure, Nov.13, 1889; 89 y. 2 m.
DALAND(see DELAND).

DALE.
  • Bertha, d. April 1, 1869; 7 m. (Gaavestone.)
  • Joseph Addison, s. of Samuel and Hannah (b. in Milford, N. H.), of typhoid fever, March 14, 1878; 69 y. 7 m. 19 d.
DALEY.
  • James, s. of James and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of accidental drowning, Aug. 15, 1877; 42 y.
  • ----------, s. of Joseph and Annie, stillborn, Dec. 27, 1881.
  • Joseph F., s. of Joseph J. and Annie, of asphyxia, Oct. 14, 1882; 2 d.
  • Catherine, wife of ----------, d. of Frank and Bridget Murphy (b. In Ireland), of consumption, April 14, 1883; 31 y.
  • John, s. of James and Mary (b. in. Ireland), March 15, 1889; 50 y.
  • Charles A., s. of John W. and Margaret, of heart disease, Feb. 19, 1890; 2 m. 14 d.
  • Bernard J., s. of James and Ann (b. in Massachusetts), of phthisis, April 14, 1890; 28 y. 9 m. 16 d.
DALTON.
  • Louisa M., widow of ----------, d. of Sylvester G. and Eunice Dewey, of consumption, Dec. 24, 1878; 48 y. 3 m.
  • Tristram, s. of ---------- and ---------- (b. in Stoneham), of peritonitis, Aug. 13, 1810; 77 y. 4 m. 27 d.
DAME.
  • Helen, d. of William and Amelia (b. in Newport, R. I.), of scarlet fever, Aug. 24, 1882; 9 y. 4 m. 3 d.
DANFORTH.
  • Lucy G., d. of Daniel W. and Phebe C., of diphtheritic croup, Dec. 14, 1879; 23 y.10 m. 25 d.
  • Daniel W., s. of Simeon and Nancy (b. in Derry, N. H.), of consumption, Nov. 1, 1884; 67 y.
  • William S., 1852-1885. (Gravestone.)
DARGIE.
  • ----------, d. of George and Lucy E., stillborn, Oct. 4, 1884.
DARLING.
  • Mary Cleveland, d. of O. B. and Sarah, Aug. 3, 1874. 1 d.
  • Josephine C., d. of O. B. and Sarah A., of pneumonia, March 31, 1880; 2 y. 8 m. 24 d.
  • William P., s. of Origen B. and Sarah A., Jan. 21, 1881; 1 y. 2 d.
DARMODY.
  • Julia, widow of ----------, d. of John and Mary Walsh (b. in Ireland), of old age, JuIy 5, 1877; 79 y.
  • Mary, d. of Edward and ----------, (b. in Ireland), drowned, Aug. 18, 1890; 31 y.
DARRACH.
  • Donald F., s. of Duncan F. and Annie C., of cholera infantum, Sept. 23, 1887; 1 y. 5 d.
DAVIS.(Feb. 8, 1827, a child of a Mr. Davis boarding with Doctor Hubbard.- Dea. Wyman's Account Book.)
  • George Allen, s. of Charles W. and Ann Eliza, of jaundice, March 28, 1875; 1 y. 5 m. 11 d.
  • Armsted, s. of Armsted and Mary, of stoppage, Jan. 8, 1876; 3 d.
  • Kate W., d. of Royal A. and Emma C., of scarlet fever, March 26, 1876; 1 y. 3 m. 4 d.
  • Sophia. C., widow of ----------, d. of Samuel Chase (b. in Portland, Me.), of old age, Aug. 3, 1876; 71 y. 11 m. 20 d.
  • Horace W., s. of Joshua and Sally (b. in Hancock, N. H.), of apoplexy, Dec. 30, 1876; 54 y. 9 m.
  • Frank E., s. of Alanson and Martha A. (b. in Charlestown), violence to head, June 7, 1878; 17 y. 5 m. 8 d.
  • Mary E., wife of John B., d. of Joseph and Mary C. Thayer, of inflammation of bowels, July 4, 1880; 58 y. 2 m. 4 d.
  • Clara B., d. of Andrew J. and ,Mary E., of enterocolitis, Aug. 7, 1880; 3 m. 16 d.
  • Charles E., s. of Joseph T. and Carrie A., of premature birth, May 16, 1881; 3 d.
  • May, d. of Andrew J. and Mary E., of cyanosis, Dec. 27, 1881; 3 d.
  • Richard, s. of David and Mary (b. in London, Eng.), of disease of brain, June 23, 1882; 67 y. 15 d.
  • ----------, s. of Bernard and Mary, stillborn, Oct. 24, 1885.
  • Mary, wife of ----------, d. of Patrick and Ann O'Tool (b. in Boston), of phthisis, March 25, 1887; 25 y.
  • Annie, d. of Bernard and Mary, of phthisis, May 26, 1887; 3 m.
DAY.
  • John Weeks, s. of Nahum and Persis W. (b. in Wells, Me.), of phthisis, June 28, 1874; 50 y. 3 m. 21 d.
  • Pauline S., wife of ----------, d. of Levi and ---------- Wade (b. in Norridgewock, Me.), of endocarditis, March 8, 1810; 55 y.
  • Byron M., s. of Thomas and Clara M., of congestion of brain, March 31, 1883; 28 y. 8 m. 24 d.
  • Charles H., s. of ---------- and ---------- (b. in Charlestown), accidental, Nov. 30, 1888.
DEAN.
  • Nancy, widow of ----------, d. of Lewis and Mary Norris (b. in Exeter, N. H.), of general debility, Feb. 15, 1885; 81 y.
  • Betsey, d. of Joseph and Ruth (b. in Wilmington), of general debility, Sept. 22, 1888; 75 y. 5 m. 12 d.
DEARBORN.
  • Andrew, s. of Andrew and Mary J. (b. in Brookline), of cancer, June 18, 1880; 45 y. 5 m.
  • Mary E., widow of ----------, d. of John and Rebecca Brawn (b. in Saccarappa, Me.), of heart disease, Jan. 16, 1884; 66 y.
  • Arthur A., s. of John F. and Nellie M., of bronchitis, Feb. 22, 1884; 10 m.
  • Mabel F., d. of A. F. and Lucy L., of cholera infantum, Sept. 9, 1888; 2 m. 6 d.
DEERY.
  • John F., s. of James and Bridget, of bronchitis, Oct. 31, 1887; 1 y. 21 d.
DE FRESNE.
  • Joseph, s. of Joseph and Mary (b. in Lowell), of consumption, March 14, 1874; 27 y.
DEHOFF.
  • ----------, s. of John L. and Elisabeth M., stillborn, Aug. 7, 1876.
DELAND.
  • Bertha H., d. of J. Foster and Harriet J., of hydrocephalus acute, Aug. 16, 1878; 1 y. 10 m.
  • Lucy Maria, d. of George H. and Susanna (b. in Wakefield), of capillary bronchitis, March 7, 1883; 2 y. 4 m. 7 d.
  • Louisa, d. of Benjamin and Hannah, of heart disease, June 9, 1886; 77 y. 3 m. 19 d.
DELANEY.
  • Mary, d. of John P. and Bridget, of convulsions, Sept. 9, 1889; 3 y. 1 m. 25 d.
  • Josephine, d. of John P. and Bridget L., of meningitis, June 8, 1890; 3 m.
DE LORIEA.
  • Harriet, wife of ----------, d. of John and Eleanor Fultz (b. in Halifax, N. S.), of typhoid nervous prostration, Dec. 8, 1874; 40 y. 2 m. 4 d.
DEMPSEY.
  • John P., s. of William and Elizabeth, of cholera infantum, July 25, 1885; 5 m.
  • Mary A., d. of Lawrence and Ellen T., of phthisis, Feb. 28, 1886; 20 y. 4 m. 5 d.
  • Susan, widow of ----------, d. of John and Mary Sexton (b. in Ireland), of typhoid fever, Nov. 14, 1886; 65 y.
  • William, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Dec. 12, 1886; 24 y. 10 m.
  • Ellen, widow of John, daughter of Thomas and Mary Larkin (b. in Ireland), of typhoid malaria, Aug. 26, 1890; 40 y.
DENNEHY.
  • Margaret, d. of Michael and Hannah (b. in Randolph), of consumption, Feb. 10, 1881; 30 y. 1 m. 10 d.
  • Hannah, wife of ----------, d. of ---------- and ---------- Sullivan (b. in Ireland), of consumption, June 29, 1887; 74 y. 9 m.
DENNEN.
  • Mary A., d. of Michael and Catherine, of dropsy, June 25, 1884; 7 y. 6 m. 19 d.
DENNO.
  • Gladys, d. of John W. and Nellie A., of asphyxia, April 9, 1889; 1 m. 27 d.
DESMOND.
  • Daniel, s. of Jerry and ----------, of premature birth, Dec. 26, 1875; 1 hour.
  • Bridget, wife of ----------,d. of ---------- and Delia Reynolds (b. in Ireland), of inflammation of bowels, June 9, 1881; 35 y.
  • Jeremiah, s. of Jeremiah and Julia (b. in Ireland), of phthisis. March 6, 1887; 42 y.
  • Mary, widow of ----------, d. of Michael and Catherine Sullivan (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Feb. 24, 1888. 50 y.
DEVER.
  • Louis V., s. of P. W. and Mary A., of pneumonia and abscess, Jan. 27, 1881; 6 m. 14 d.
  • Elizabeth, d. of Hugh and Bridget, of pneumonia, Jan. 2, 1884; 15 y. 6 m. 12 d.
  • William H., s. of Hugh and Bridget, of phthisis, March 2, 1884; 17 y. 11 m. 17 d.
  • Thomas, s. of John W. and Margaret, of inanition, April 12, 1886; 2 m. 3 d.
  • Eunice, wife of ----------, d. of Philip and Grace Carr (b. in Ireland), of typhoid fever, Oct. 17, 1886; 31 y.
DEVINE.
  • ----------, s. of John and Mary, stillborn, April 18, 1877.
DEVLIN.
  • Richard, s. of Michael and Fannie (b. in Ireland), of cholera morbus, July 15, 1883; 65 y.
  • Michael, s. of Richard and Ellen (b. in Ireland), of general debility, Oct. 8, 1887; 28 y. 5 m. 8 d.
  • Ellen, wife of ----------, d. of Michael and Bridget Doherty (b. in Ireland), of dropsy, June 30, 1889; 63 y.
DEWHURST.
  • Ola G., d. of Joseph W. and Ida M., of cholera infantum, Sept. 2, 1876; 1 y. 4 m.
DEXTER.
  • Calvin H., s. of Calvin and Eunice K. (b. in Dartmouth), of typhoid fever, Oct. 26, 1882; 20 y. 8 m.
DICKINSON.
  • William B., s. of Herbert S. and Ada, of diphtheria, April 15, 1889; 4 y. 4 m.
DICKSON.(see also Dixon).
  • Aaron, s. of Aaron and Lucy (b. in Charlestown), of paralysis. Nov. 22, 1879; 81 y. 9 m. 24 d.
  • Rachel, widow of ----------, d. of ---------- and Rachel ---------- (b. in Arlington), of old age, Jan. 27, 1886; 87 y. 4 m. 19 d.
  • Ina A., d. of William and Adelucia (b. in Nova Scotia), of meningitis, July 15, 1887; 10 m. 14 d.
DIKE.
  • Ellen M., wife of ----------, d. of John and Clara Howard (b. in Stoneham), of consumption, Oct. 5, 1873; 35 y.
DILLON.
  • Patrick M., s. of Patrick and Mary, of scarlet fever, Sept. 27, 1875; 2 y. 9 m. 8 d.
  • Mary, widow of ----------, d. of Samuel and Elizabeth Hambleton (b. in Maine), of congestion of kidneys, Jan. 7, 1884; 58 y.
DILLWORTH.
  • ----------, s. of Richard and Marion, stillborn, April 12, 1882.
DINSMORE.
  • Frank C., s. of George W. and Flora, of cholera infantum, Aug. 19, 1884; 5 m. 27 d.
DIX.
  • James H., s. of Jonathan and Mary (b. in Yarmouth), of old age, Aug. 5, 1877; 78 y. 9 m.
DIXON (see also DICKSON).
  • Olburne C., s. of James E. and Ida E. (b. in Manchester, N. H.), of meningitis, Feb. 20, 1886; 4 y. 6 m. 20 d.
  • Claude B., s. James E. and Ida, of meningitis, May 30, 1889; 2 y. 1 m. 24 d.
  • James E., s. of Charles E. and Hannah S. (b. in Portsmouth N. H.), of phthisis pulmonalis, Jan. 1, 1890; 34 y. 4 m.
DOBBINS.
  • ----------, of Andrew and Mary J., stillborn, July 24, 1887.
DOCKHAM.
  • Ethel M., d. of Herbert H. and Marion (b. in Worcester), of cholera infantum, July 23, 1887; 4 m. 3 d.
DOHERTY (see also O'DOHERTY).
  • Catherine, wife of ----------, d. of James and Mary McDevitt (b. in Ireland), of old age, Jan. 20, 1873; 80 y.
  • Mary, wife of ----------, d, of Henry and Bridget Young (b. in Ireland ), of consumption, May 19, 1873; 31 y.
  • Michael, s. of James and Lizzie (b. in Boston), of erysipelas, June 10, 1873; 12 d.
  • Joseph, s. of John and Bella, of cholera infantum, Aug. 13, 1873; 7 m. 7 d.
  • Samuel, s. of John and Catherine, of cholera infantum, Aug. 14, 1873;
  • Michael, s. of Owen and Mary ( b. in Ireland), Oct. 28, 1873; 64 y.
  • John P., s. of John F. and Mary E., of congestion of brain, Jan. 14, 1874; 1 y. 6 m. 3 d.
  • Margaret, widow of ----------, d. of Patrick and Rosa ( b. in Ireland ), of liver complaint, Feb. 15, 1874; 58 y.
  • Patrick D. s. of James and Bridget ( b. in Ireland), of Bright's disease, Feb. 27, 1875; 42 y.
  • Patrick, s. of Patrick and Nancy (b. in Ireland ), of congestion of lungs, March 7, 1875; 25 y.
  • John, s. of Cornelius and Mary, of inflammation of bowels, April 23, 1875; 3 m. 20 d.
  • Francis, s. of Daniel and Margaret, of congestion of lungs, July 4, 1875; 5 y. 10 m. 21 d.
  • Annie, d. of John and Margaret, of erysipelas, Nov. 1, 1875; 23 y.
  • John B., s. of John N. and Mary, of scarlet fever, Nov. 26, 1875; 4 y. 9 m. 19 d.
  • Margaret, widow of ----------, d. of Peter and Mary ---------- (b. in Ireland), of old age, Nov. 30, 1875; 70 y.
  • Mary E., d. of John F. and Mary E., of scarlet fever, Jan. 23, 1876; 9 m. 1 d.
  • John, s. of Hugh and Bridget M. (b. in Ireland), of old age, Oct. 10, 1876; 77 y.
  • Edward, s. of Hugh H. and Grace, of phthisis pulmonalis. Dec. 16, 1876; 1 y. 9 m.
  • Frances, d. of Hugh and Ellen, of congestion of brain, Dec. 29, 1876; 13 y. 8 d.
  • Margaret, d. of William and Catherine Grant (b. in Ireland), of typhoid pneumonia, April 2, 1877; 50 y.
  • Daniel, s. of John A. and Matilda, of convulsions, May 22, 1877; 1 y. 1 m.10 d.
  • John, s. of Cornelius and Mary, of canker, May 28, 1877; 11 d.
  • Eunice, d. of James and Kate, of diarrhoea, Jan. 18, 1878: 11 m. 8 d.
  • Catherine, d. of Michael and Catherine (b. in Ireland ), of consumption, Jan. 20, 1878; 48 y.
  • Margaret E., d. of John A. and Matilda, of congestion of lungs, July 21, 1878; 4 m. 7 d.
  • Patrick H., s. of Charles A. and Ellen, of cholera infantum, July 23, 1878; 3 m. 18 d.
  • Charles F., s. of Charles A. and Ellen, of cholera infantum, July 30, 1878; 1 y. 6 m. 23 d.
  • Ellen, d. of John F. and Mary E., of congestion of brain, Aug. 2, 1878; 1 y. 8 m.
  • Margaret E., d. of John and Mary, of cholera infantum, Aug. 2, 1878; 1 y. 1 m.
  • George C., s. of Charles A. and Ellen, of cholera infantum, Aug. 16, 1878; 4 m. 11 d.
  • Sarah E., d. of Charles A. and Ellen, of pneumonia, Aug. 17, 1878; 3 y. 3 m. 12 d.
  • Edward, s. of John F. and Mary E., of rubeola and pertussis, Aug. 28, 1878; 1 y. 8 m. 7 d.
  • Patrick, s. of Neil and Mary, of enteritis, Sept. 2, 1878; 2 y.
  • Dennis, s. of Dennis and Margaret, of convulsions, Nov. 18, 1878; 1 m. 7 d.
  • Ellen, wife of ----------, d. of James and Ann Doherty (b. in Ireland), of peritonitis, July 11, 1879; 62 y.
  • John, s. of John and Annie, of convulsions, Nov. 22, 1879; 1 m. 5 d.
  • Daniel, s. of Patrick and Annie (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Jan. 28, 1880; 52 y.
  • ----------, d, of George and Rose, stillborn, April 9, 1880.
  • Hugh, s. of Philip and Eunice (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, April 25, 1880; 37 y.
  • Mary E., d. of James and Sarah, of consumption, July 8, 1880; 17 y. 9 m. 10 d.
  • Charles A., s. of Cornelius and Bridget, of pneumonia, Nov. 28, 1880; 38 y.
  • Michael, s. of Michael and Ann (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Jan. 14, 1881; 82 y.
  • Margaret, wife of ----------, d, of Neil and Sarah McCarron (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Feb. 17, 1881; 33 y.
  • Mary, d. of Neil and Margaret, of gastro enteritis, June 2, 1881; 10 m. 19 d.
  • Henry, s. of George and Rose, of cyanosis, July 31, 1881; 3 d.
  • Mary, widow of ----------, d. of Michael and Ann ---------- (b. in Ireland), of old age, Nov. 10, 1881; 80 y.
  • Sarah, d. of Michael and Catnerine (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Nov. 28, 1881; 18 y. 6 m.
  • Cornelius, s. of John D. and Mary, of phthisis, Aug. 21, 1882; 19 y.
  • Hugh, s. of John H. and Mary A., of anemia, Feb. 5, 1883; 4 y. 5 m.
  • Rose M., d. of John D. and Mary, of phthisis, March 15, 1883; 25 y.
  • Mary, d. of Frank M. and Mary F., of anaemia, July 13, 1883; 10 h.
  • John D., s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of asphyxia, Oct. 27, 1883; 60 y.
  • John, s. of Neil and Mary, of asphyxia, March 6, 1884; 30 min.
  • Cornelius, s. of Cornelius and Ann, of eclampsia, Sept. 1, 1884; 2 y. 6 m.
  • Fannie E., d. of Cahier and Bridget (b. in Stoneham), of phthisis, Nov. 4, 1844; 26 y. 9 m. 8 d.
  • William, s. of John and Margaret (b. in Boston), of phthisis, Nov. 6, 1884; 21 y. 6 m.
  • Anthony, s. of John and Catherine (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, July 9, 1885; 52 y.
  • Annie, d. of Dennis and Margaret, of bronchitis, Dec. 31, 1885; 1 m.
  • Rosy, wife of ----------, d. of Henry and Mary Murray (b. Ireland) of accident, March 13, 1886; 35 y.
  • Catherine F. d. of Owen and Margaret of phthisis, March 31, 1886; 30 y. 8 m.
  • John, s. of John and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of meningitis, July 5, 1886; 29 y.
  • Michael, s. of James and Catherine (b. in Ireland), of consumption, July 15, 1886; 33 y.
  • Thomas H., s. of George and Rose, of cholera infantum Aug. 11, 1886. 9 m. 16 d.
  • James, s. of James and Mary A., of meningitis, Oct. 6, 1886; 1 y. 1 m.
  • Margaret, d. of Dennis and Margaret, of erysipelas, Feb. 21, 1887; 2 y. 4 m.
  • James, s. of James and Susan, of asphyxia, March 11, 1887. 1 d.
  • John, s. of Dennis and Margaret, of asphyxia, April 30, 1887; 30 m.
  • John, s. of Anthony and Ann (b. in Ireland), of dropsy, June 6, 1887; 67 y.
  • John O., s. of Michael and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of general debility, July 6, 1887; 67 y.
  • John F., s. of Dennis H. and Mary A., of meningitis, Aug. 6, 1888, 8 y. 4 m. 9 d.
  • Hannah, widow of John, d. of Philip and Rose Frell (b. In Ireland), of heart failure, Jan. 16, 1890; 70 y.
  • Ann, d. Michael and Mary (b. in Ireland), of general debility, Jan. 16, 1890; 80 y.
  • John, s. of Neil and Bridget, of meningitis, Feb. 23, 1890; 5 m.
  • Michael, s. of Michael and Sarah (b. in Ireland), of cancerous glorid, June 12, 1890; 50 y.
  • Michael, s. of William and Annie, of premature birth, July 21, 1890; 1 m. 3 d.
DOLAN.
  • ----------, s. of Thomas and Mary, of congestion, May 6, 1873; 1/2 h.
  • Ellen, d. of Thomas and Mary, of pneumonia, May 9, 1875; 3 y. 4 m. 16 m.
  • Mary F., d. of Thomas and Margaret (b. in Winchester), of phthisis pulmonalis, Oct. 8, 1877; 17 y. 5 m. 11 d.
  • John, s. of Thomas and Margaret (b. in Winchester), of consumption; April 24, 1878; 14 y. 10 m.
  • Thomas, s. of Thomas and Ellen (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Oct. 14, 1880; 45 y.
  • Margaret d. of Thomas and Mary, of consumption, June 5, 1881; 12 y. 5 m. 13 d.
  • Lawrence, s. of Terence and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Dec. 26, 1883; 75 y.
  • Patrick, s. of Lawrence and Mary (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Dec. 15, 1885; 41 y. 8 m.
  • Mary, d. of John and Mary Cullen (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Nov. 15, 1886; 63 y.
  • ----------, s. ot Philip and Emily, stillborn, May 20, 1887.
  • Margaret, d. of Peter and Maria, drowned, June 27, 1888; 2 y.
DONAHOE.
  • Kate, d. of Coleman and Mary (b. in Ireland), of conumption, Sept. 4, 1877; 17 y.
  • Jane, d. of John and Eliza (b. in Pictou, N. S.), of phthsis, Oct. 28, 1877; 22 y. 1 m. 9 d.
  • Patrick, s. of Timothy and Catherine (b. in Ireland), of pulmonary tuberculosis, Aug. 31, 1878; 42 y. 5 m. 14 d.
  • Sarah, wife of ----------, d. of Antony and Ellen Duran (b. in Ireland), of consumtion, Sept. 13, 1878; 38 y.
  • Patrick, s. of ---------- and ---------- (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, May 17, 1881; 39 y.
  • Mary, d. of Patrick and Ann, of scarlet fever, June 7, 1885; 3 y. 3 m. 10 d.
  • Annie S., d. of Patrick and Catherine. Feb. 19, 1888; 27 y. 5 m. 25 d.
  • Michael, s. of Michael and Barbara, of meningitis, Aug. 14, 1889; 5 m.
DONALDSON.
  • Frank E., s. of David J. and Catherine A. (b. in Lowell), of cholera infantum, July 14, 1890; 9 m. 28 d.
DONOVAN.
  • Michael, s. of John and Bridget, of pneumonia, March 29, 1875; 2 m. 9 d.
  • John, s. of John and Bridget, of cholera infantum, Aug. 3, 1878; 4 m. 19 d.
  • Dennis, s. of John and Bridget, of membranous croup, Dec. 24, 1878; 2 y. 6 m. 6 d.
  • John, s. of Dennis and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of consumption, May 23, 1880; 37 y.
  • Joseph, s. of Daniel and Bridget (b. in Portland, Me.), of alcoholism, Dec. 25, 1882; 16 y. 1 m.
  • John, s. of Michael and Mary (b. in Ireland), of congestion of brain, Sept. 10, 1884; 41 y.
  • Daniel, s. of Patrick and Johanna, of pneumonia and measles, May 31, 1885; 1 y.11 m. 2 d.
DORAN.
  • Philip, s. of Thomas and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Nov. 10, 1890; 45 y.
DORRINGTON.
  • Mary, wife of ----------, d. of Owen and Mary Bryne (b. in Ireland), of paralysis, May 1, 1886; 62 y. 6 m.
DOUCETTE.
  • Mamie J., d. of Joseph and Maria (b. in Stoneham), cholera infantum, Aug. 23, 1881; 1 m. 26 d.
  • Maria, wife of ----------, d. of Remmie and Mary Lafell (b. in Nova Scotia), of enteritis, Oct. 21, 1882; 36 y.
  • Rosie, d. of Joseph and Mary (b. in Nova Scotia), May 26, 1885; 11 y. 1 m.
  • Elizabeth, wile of ----------, d. of Vittele and Margaret Muse (b. in Nova Scotia), of phthisis, Dec. 20, 1885; 31 y. 6 m.
DOW.
  • S. Henry, s. of Stephen and Celende T., of pneumonia, Aug. 19, 1879; 30 y. 11 m.
  • Stephen, s. of Stephen and Lydia (b. in Wears, N. H.) of apoplexy, Jan. 4, 1887; 77 y. 11 m. 21 d.
  • James N., s. of Stephen and Lydia G. (b. in Weare, N.H.) of apoplexy, Aug. 6, 1887; 73 y. 3 m. 1 d.
  • Ruth H., d. of Edward A. and Annie E., of debility, Aug. 18, 1889; 9 d.
  • Celende, widow of Stephen, d. of Abijah and Celende Thompson, of chronic gastro enteritis, Nov. 1, 1890; 74 y. 8 m. 18 d.
DOWD.
  • John, s. of Patrick and Mary, of convulsions, Sept. 11, 1879; 10 minutes.
  • Bernard, s. of Thomas and Bridget, of empyema, Feb. 17, 1884; 8 y. 10 m. 13 d.
  • Thomas, s. of Patrick and Ann (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Jan. 14, 1890; 45 y.
DOWNEY.
  • Thomas, s. of Thomas and Anna (b. in Franklin), of consumption, April 19, 1875; 8 y. 11 m. 13 d.
  • -----------, d. of James and Ellen O. stillborn, May 8, 1875.
  • Catherine, d. of Thomas and Margaret of consumption of bowels, Sept. 25, 1875; 6 y. 6 m.
  • Mary, d. of Cornelius and Delia, of convulsions, May 22, 1877; 2 d.
  • James E., s. of James E. and Ellen O. of hydrocephalus, Aug. 14, 1877; 4 m. 14 d.
  • Ellen, wife of --------, d. of Philip and Mary O'Connor (b. in E. Boston), puerperal fever, April 1, 1877; 24 y. 1 m. 22 d.
  • Thomas, s. of Malachi and Ann (b. in Ireland), of rheumatic fever, May 3, 1878; 47y.
  • Cornelius, s. of Cornelius and Bridget, of spasms, Aug. 21, 1878; 2 hours.
  • Margaret C., d. of Cornelius and Delia, of cholera infantum, Aug, 7,1882; 3 m. 14 d.
  • James J., s. of -------- and --------- (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Sept. 8, 1882; 36 y.
  • James W., s. of Thomas and Annie, of diabetes, Jan. 2, 1887; 28 y.
  • Jennie F., wife of ----------, d. of John and Mary Motherway (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Dec. 18, 1887; 30 y. 2 m. 3 d.
  • William F., s. of Daniel and Margaret (b. in Maine), of haematomcyes, Sept. 8, 1888; 29 y. 6 m.
DOWNS.
  • Willis, s. of Willis and Maria (b. in Boston), of convulsions, Sept. 11, 1882; 2 y. 1 m. 19 d.
DOYLE.
  • ---------, s. of John B. and Harriet, Sept. 2, 1874; 1 hour.
  • Harriet L., wife of --------, d. of William and Patty Pierce (b. in Whiting, Vt.), of Bright's disease, Nov. 27, 1881; 47 y. 8 m. 25 d.
  • James, s. of -------- and ------- (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, July 13, 1885; 53 y.
  • James, s. of Daniel and Ellen (b. in Ireland), of cirrhosis of liver, July 7, 1888; 40 y.
DRAPER.
  • Margaret, wife of ----------, d. of John and Bridget Green (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Feb. 14,(?) 1875; 28 y.
DREW.
  • S. Watson, s. of Stephen and Harriett (b. in Milton, N. H.), of typhoid pneumonia, Feb. 18, 1873; 56 y. 6 m. 3 d.
  • Mary L., wife of ---------- d. of E. K. and G. F. Willoughby (b. in Lowell), of consumption, May 7, 1876; 25 y. 8 m. 8 d.
  • Walter, s. of George A. and Mary L. (b. in Canibridgeport), of dysentery, Aug. 5, 1878; 2 y. 6 m. 18 m.
DRISCOLL.
  • Daniel, s. of Timothy and Catherine, of convulsions, March 9, 1877; 2 hours.
  • Daniel, s. of Timothy and Kate, of cholera infantum, July 18, 1879; 1 y.
  • Daniel, Jr., s. of Daniel and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of railroad acddent, May 3, 1881; 34 y.
  • Margaret, wife of -----------, d. of Michael and Catherine McCarthy (b. in Ireland), of carcinoma stomach and liver, July 16, 1881; 70 y.
  • James J., s. of John and Mary (b. in P. E. Island), of typhoid fever, Aug. 7, 1881; 25 y.
  • Daniel, s. of ----------- and ----------- (b. in Ireland), of cystitis, Dec. 17, 1881; 90 y.
  • James, s. of Thomas and Nellie, of meningitis. Aug. 17, 1884; 1 m. 14 d.
  • Mary, widow of -----------, d. of Dennis and Bridget Ryan (b. in Ireland), of cancer, Dec. 17, 1885; 81 y.
  • Mary J., d. of Daniel and Rosy, Aug. 22, 1886; 12 y. 3 m. 25 d.
DRISKO.
  • Emma S., wife of E. I., died May 24, 1877, aet. 26 y. (Gravestone.)
DUFFY.
  • Patrick, s. of Michael and Ellen (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, April 28, 1878; 64 y.
  • Patrick, s. of Patrick and Mary (b. in Ireland), of ulcers of stomach, Dec. 6, 1884; 61 y. 6 m. 20 d.
  • Patrick H., s. of Patrick and Bridget, of consumption, March 15, 1888; 21 y.
  • Mary A., widow of John, d. of John and Margaret Connell (b. to Ireland), of exhaustion, Sept. 8, 1890; 60 y.
DUGAN.
  • Margaret, widow of -----------, d of Jeremiah and Margaret Driscoll (b. in Ireland), of puerperal fever, March 24, 1885; 28 y.
  • William, s. of William and Alice, of peritonitis, Dec. 3, 1889; 26 y. 6 m. 23 d.
DULONG.
  • Samuel, s. Foreman and Elizabeth (b. in Nova Scotia), of typhoid fever, Jan. 9, 1882; 23 y.
DUNNIN.
  • Mary, widow of -----------, d. of Owen and Ellen Burns (b. in Ireland), of old age, July 16, 1873; 86 y.
DUNBAR.
  • Ella Maria, d. of Melza and Maria L. (b. in Boston), of consumption, May 13, 1876; 16 y. 2 m.
DUNBURY.
  • -----------, s. of Peter and Ann, stillborn, April 23, 1875.
DUNNIGAN.
  • Katie, d. of Thomas and Barbara, of croup, Nov. 3, 1876; 4 y. 2 m.
  • Michael, s. of Thomas and Barbara, of pneumonia, March 12, 1877; 8 m. 10 d.
  • Barbara, wife of -----------, d. of James and Bridget Walsh (b. in Ireland), of ascites, Aug. 13, 1879; 35 y.
  • Thomas, s. of ----------- and ----------- (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Jan. 30, 1884.
DURANT.
  • Mary E., d. of Thomas and Bridget, of consumption, Aug. 20, 1875; 16 y. 1 m. 4 d.
DUREN.
  • William, s. of Abraham and Mary Russell, of capillary bronchitis, March [May, gravestone] 2, 1875; 62 y.
  • Abraham, s. of Abraham and Mary, of bronchitis, July 30, 1885; 69 y. 8 m. 9 d.
  • Prudence, wife of -----------, d. of David and Rebecca ----------- (b. in Billerica), of pneumonia, April 2, 1890; 65 y. 8 m. 13 d.
DURHAM.
  • Mary T., d. of Christopher J. and Ellen, of scarlet fever, June 13, 1884; 2 y. 9 m. 26 d.
DURWARD.
  • John, s. of James and Jane E., of diphtheria, Oct. 24, 1877; 3 y. 7 m. 21 d.
  • Annie M., of James and Jane E., of diarrhoea, Jan. 9, 1882; 8 m. 22 d.
DWYER.
  • -----------, s. of John and Mary, stillborn, May 7, 1874.
  • John, s. of John and Mary, of water on brain, Nov. 8, 1875; 7 m. 6 d.
  • Mary, d. of Jerry and Mary, of scarlet fever, March 17, 1876; 2 y. 9 m. 14 d.
  • Mary, d. of Patrick and Abbie (b. in Becket), of consumption, Dec. 28, 1881; 24 y. 5 m.
  • John H., s. of Maurice and Ellen M., of diphtheretic croup, Nov. 15, 1884; 1 y. 4 m.
  • James P., s. of James and Mary, of scarlet fever, May 31, 1885; 1 y. 6 m. 20 d.
  • Catherine, d. of James and Maria, of heart disease, Feb. 25, 1886; 2 d.
  • Maurice, s. of John and Margaret (b. in Ireland), Oct. 28, 1886; 32 y. 8 m.

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