DEATHS IN WOBURN, MASS.,
FROM 1873--1890.
ALPHABETICALLY AND CHRONOLOGICALLY ARRANGED.
DEATHS - HACKETT to JOYCE

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HACKETT.
  • Ezra, s. of Samuel and Abigail (b. in Alna, Me.), of cancer, April 11, 1881; 76 y. 8 m. 20 d.
  • Helen J., wife of James M., d. of Charles and Betsey Newton (b. in Vermont), of bronchitis, March 21, 1890; 66 y. 1 m. 11 d.
HADLEY.
  • Lena L., d. of Ephraim W. and Dorinda, of scarlet fever, June 14, 1875; 2 y. 11 m.
  • Eunice, d. of David and Sally (b. in Stoneham), of disease of stomach, July 27, 1882; 77 y. 2 m. 17 d.
  • Ephraim W., s. of James and Mary (b. in Stoneham), of heart disease, Sept. 11, 1884; 62 y. 11 m.
  • Mary, d. of ------ and ----, of general debility, Jan. 23, 1889; 86 y.
HAGEN.
  • James, s. of Michael and Ellen (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, March 12, 1887; 53 y.
HAGER.
  • (HAGER.- Addie Isabel, wife of Louis P., d. of George W. Mears (b. in Maplewood, Malden, Feb. 5, 1857) died in Waltham, Dec. 20, 1892. She married Louis P. Hager. of Buffalo N. Y., in June, 1881, and their children were: George Louis, born in May, 1883, and William Lannon, born in September, 1888. Addie I. Mears was a graduate of the Woburn High School, Class of '74, and the second member of that class who has died since graduation.)
HAGGERTY.
  • -------, d. of Patrick and Mary, stillborn, May 29, 1878.
  • -------, s. of Patrick and Mary, premature birth, April 28, 1879; 1 hour.
  • Mary, d. of Patrick and Mary, stillborn, May 23, 1880.
  • Margaret, d. of Patrick and Mary, of diphtheria, Feb. 11, 1883; 7 y.
  • Margaret, d. of Patrick and Mary, of scrofula Aug. 29, 1883; 24 d.
  • Thomas, s. of Patrick and Mary, meningitis, Feb. 20, 1885; 3 m. 15 d.
  • -------, d. of Timothy and Mary, of premature birth, Dec. 28, 1889.
HALE.
  • Joseph, s. of ------ (b. May 26, 1814), Aug. 31, 1884. (Gravestone.)
HALL.
  • Martin, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of chronic pneumonia, May 13, 1873; 57 y.
  • William F., s. of Benjamin F. and Harriet V. (b. in Lynn), of typhoid fever, Oct. 8, 1883; 21 y. 2 m. 8 d.
  • Kate Woodberry, wife of George W. M., Jan. 17, 1885. (Gravestone.)
HALLIDAY.
  • Edward, s. of Charles E. and Ellen M., of cholera infantum, Sept. 25, 1876; 1 m. 21 d.
  • Ellen M., wife of ------, d. of Timothy and Ellen Buckley, of pneumonia, May 5, 1883; 28 y.
  • Daniel F., s. of Charles and Ellen M., of dysentery, Aug. 20, 1883; 5 m.
HALLORAN (see HOLLORAN).

HALPIN.
  • Thersa, wife of ------, d. of Patrick and Fannie Doherty (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Dec. 28, 1888; 44 y. 9 m.
HALSTEAD.
  • Minnie, wife of G. W., d. of John K. and Eleanor B. Stanley (b. in Milford), of pulmonary phthisis, Dec. 18, 1889; 33 y. 4 m.
HAM.
  • Mary P., wife of AIbert, d. of Charles E. and Mary O. Smith (b. in Danvers), of peritonitis and embolism, Jan. 13, 1881; 27 y. 4 m. 25 d.
HAMILTON.
  • ------, s. of George and Ellen, of premature birth, Aug. 27, 1878.
  • John J., s. of George and Ellen, of pneumonia, May 2, 1880; 6 m. 16 d.
  • John R., s. of Robert and Nellie (b. in Pictou, N. S.), of heart disease, June 21, 1881; 36 y. 4 m.
  • Ellen M., d. of George and Ellen, of scald, March 19, 1883; 1 y. 9 m. 20 d.
HAMMEL.
  • Henry, s. of Daniel and Mary (b. in Ireland), of peritonitis, Aug. 21, 1879; 44 y.
  • Mary, d. of Henry and Mary Collins, of hydrocephalus, Oct. 14, 1883; 4 y. 2 m. 14 d.
HAMMOND.
  • John Slater, s. of Leander and Frances Ann (b. in Worcester), of rubeola, March 24, 1875; 8 y. 9 m. 24 d.
  • Mary Ann, wife of Jonathan, d. of Joseph and Abigail (Humphrey) Clapp, (b. in Dorchester), of consumption, June 1, 1875; 79 y. 1 m. 14 d.
  • ------, s. of Francis and Mary, stillborn, Dec. 21, 1877.
  • Jonathan, s. of ------- and ------ (b. in Waltham), of Bright's disease, Jan. 21, 1880; 86 y. 7 m. 12 d.
  • Mary A., d. of Francis and Mary, of acute meningitis, April 20, 1881 5 y. 1 m.
  • Robert, s. of John and Maggie, drowned, Jan. 7, 1889; 4 y. 16 d.
  • Mary, wife of Frank, d. of Dennis and Mary Gorman, of paralysis, May 24, 1889; 47 y. 6 m. 14 d.
HANLEY.
  • Murty, s. of Martin and Mary (b. in Ireland), of accident. March 1, 1886; 50 y.
  • Mary, d. of Edward and Mary (b. in Ireland), of paralysis, Oct. 23, 1888; 58y.
HANLON.
  • James, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, June 9, 1889; 66 y.
  • Margaret, wife of ---------, d. of --------- and --------- (b. in New Brunswick), of bronchitis, Dec. 14, 1889; 68 y. 4 m.
HANEY (see also HERNEY.)
  • ---------, son of Edward and Mary, stillborn, Dec. 7, 1873.
  • Mary, d. of Martin and Hannah, of convulsions, Nov. 29, 1880; 1 d.
  • Mary, wife of ---------, d. of Dennis and Bridget Hillfeather (b. in Ireland), of childbirth, Dec. 12, 1873; 35 y.
HANNIGAN(see HENNIGAN).

HANSON.
  • ---------, s. of Anthony and Sophia, stillborn, Nov. 24, 1881.
  • Frank A., s. of Peter N. and Christina (b. in Chelsea), of membranous croup, Jan. 25, 1886; 1 y. 1 m.
  • James I., s. of J. F. and Martha S. (b. in Belmont), of Phthisis, April 15, 1888; 45 y. 2 m. 23 d.
  • Peter, s. of --------- and --------- (b. in Denmark), of cholera morbus, Aug. 21, 1888; 79 y. 3 m. 26 d.
  • Arthur, s. of Anton and Sophia, of Pneumonia, May 30, 1890; 6 y. 2 m. 17 d.
HARDING.
  • Eda R., d. of Charles H. and Janet T., of congestion of brain, July 18, 1878; 1 y. 2 m.
  • Martha J., d. of William W. and Elizabeth (b. in Mary Joseph, N. S.), of diphtheria, June 24, 1880; 2 y. 1 m.
HARDY.
  • Michael, s. of Thomas and Ellen, of cholera infantum, Aug. 8, 1879; 1 y. 2 m. 10 d.
  • Abner H., s. of Abner H. and Asenath (b. in Westboro), of heart disease, May 12, 1881; 61 y.
HARKINS.
  • Mary E., d. of William and Ellen, of croup, Aug. 23, 1873; 2 y. 1 m. 10 d.
  • Michael Frank, s. of Martin and Mary, of pneumonia, April 28, 1875; 5 y. 8 m. 17 d.
  • James, s. of Martin and Mary, of pneumonia, April 29, 1875; 9 m. 25 d.
  • Eugene, s. of Neil and Theresa, of congestion of lungs, July 9, 1875; 15 d.
  • John, s. of Edward and Ann, of phthisis pulmonalis, Feb. 24, 1877; 8 m.
  • Susan, d. of Neil and Theresa, of consumption, March 16, 1877; 3 m.
  • Theresa, wife of ---------, d. of Patrick and Margaret McLaughlin (b. in Ireland), of phthisis pulmonalis, May 8, 1877; 33 y.
  • Neil, s. of Neil and Theresa, of convulsions, May 18, 1878; 4 y. 10 m. 22 d.
  • Mary, d. of Daniel and Ann (b. in Ireland) of consumption, April 14, 1879; 24 y.
  • James E., s. of Neil D. and Fannie, of cholera infantum, Aug. 24, 1880; 6 m.
  • Daniel J., s. of Daniel and Bridget, of hydrocephalus, Jan. 14, 1883; 2 y. 5 m. 10 d.
  • Margery. wife ---------, d. of Edward and Mary Doherty (b. in Ireland), of parturition, May 3, 1883; 36 y. 4 m. 8 d.
  • William, s. of Cornelius and Rose, of meningitis, July 27, 1883; 7 m. 24 d.
  • John. s. of Neil D. and Fannie, of meningitis, Oct. 4, 1883; 9 m.
  • Mary A., d. of Peter and Mary, died in Dorchester, of rheumatism, March 22, 1884; 22 y.
  • James, s. of John and Ann, of abdominal tumor, June 3, 1884; 14 y.
  • William, s. of Cormack and Rose, of meningitis. Sept. 7, 1886; 9 m. 20 d.
  • Bridget. wife of ---------, d. of Patrick and Nancy Bradley (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, July 11, 1887; 40 y.
  • John J., s. of John and Ann (b. in Cambridge), drowned, Dec. 16, 1887; 23 y.
  • ---------, s. of Thomas and Mary, stillborn, Dec. 23, 1887.
  • Bridget A., d. of Daniel and Bridget, of meningitis, July 27, 1888; 10 m. 10 d.
  • Patrick, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Jan. 13, 1890; 55 y.
HARLOW.
  • Charlotte D., wife of John M., d. of Ebenezer and Abigail Faulkner Davis, (b. in Acton), of chronic hepatitis, July 5, 1886; 70 y.
HARMON.
  • Marietta R., widow of ---------, d. of John and Nancy Richardson (b. in New York State), of apoplexy, Dec. 31, 1874; 64 y.
  • Herbert C., s. of Byron R. and Clara M., of meningitis, April 10, 1878; 1 y. 8 m.
HARNDEN.
  • James J., s. of Joshua and Dolly (b. in Wilmington), of dysentery, Aug. 2, 1877; 77 y. 1 m. 28 d.
HARNEY (see HANEY).

HARRINGTON.
  • Eunice C., wife of Abel W. (b. Nov., 1822), April, 1882. (Gravestone.)
  • Mary A., wife of ---------, d. of Henry and Abigail Poore (b. in Newburyport), of paralysis, June 16, 1884; 74 y. 3 m. 24 d.
  • Henry E., d. of Zadok and Martha (b. in Billerica), of pneumonia, Feb. 25, 1888; 41 y. 9 m.
HARRIS.
  • Nancy Jane, d. of Leonard W. and Mary E., of scarlet fever, April 24, 1875; 18 y. 3 m.
  • John Brooks, s. of Leonard W. and Mary E., of scarlet fever, April 25, 1875; 13 y. 5 m.
  • Lizzie Ella, d. of George H. and Harriet E., of diphtheria, Nov. 13, 1875; 15 y. 9 m.
  • Freddie J., s. of George H. and Harriet E., of diphtheria, July 15, 1877; 9 y. 10 m. 7 d.
  • Cora Etta, d. of Otis S. and Lucy J., of typhoid dysentery, July 22, 1878; 1 y. 8 m. 4 d.
  • Maggie, wife of Charles W., April 1, 1881; 22 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Phebe W., widow of John B., d. of Nathaniel and Hannah Wade, of old age, May 14, 1884; 85 y. 1 m. 15 d.
  • Eliza, wife of William B., d. of James and Elizabeth Murray (b. in New Chester, N. H.), of mitral insufficiency, May 27, 1889; 80 y. 3 m. 18 d.
  • Leonard W., s. of William and Hannah B. (b. in Lebanon, N. H.), of paralysis, Sept. 25, 1890; 74 y. 7 m. 17 d.
  • William B., s. of William and Hannah B. (b. in New Ipswich, N. H.), of apoplexy, in Haverhill, Oct. 7, 1890; 80 y. 8 m. 7 d.
HARRISON.
  • Edith May, d. of Isaac and Ann (b. in Canada), of scarlet fever, Nov. 12, 1875; 4 y. 3 m. 21 d.
HART.
  • (Dec. 21, 1828, a child of Mr. Hart living at Mr. John Flagg's. Dea. W2yman's Account Book.)
  • David D., s. of David and Susan (b. in North Reading), of apoplexy, March 2, 1882; 62 y. 11 m. 17 d.
  • Nancy, wife of Joseph T., Nov. 17, 1883; 68 y. 7 m. 14 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Mary D., d. of William and Mary F. (b. in Concord), of epithelioma, Feb. 23, 1885; 41 y.
  • Sarah A., d. of Joseph and Betsey (b. in Boston), of congestion of lungs, Oct. 14, 1886; 63 y.
  • Charles C., s. of David D. and Ruth R., of cirrhosis of liver, Dec. 9, 1889; 44 y. 3 m. 4 d.
HARTSHORNE.
  • Elmer Alonzo, s. of George F. and Alice A., of premature birth, Sept. 14, 1873; 6 d.
  • Edith R., d. of Charles H. and Emma R. (b. in Medford), of marasmus, Aug. 5, 1880; 1 y. 3 d.
  • Hannah, wife of George A., d. of Abner and Mary BurriIl (b. in Malden), of consumption, Feb. 24, 1886; 7 y. 5 m. 15 d.
  • George A., s. of James and Abbie (b. in Wakefield), of marasmus senilia, Oct. 12, 1886; 73 y. 3 m. 3 d.
HAWKES.
  • Mary Ann, d. of Robert and Margaret, of croup, Dec. 11, 1875; 2 y. 4 m.
  • Lydia, d. of Robert and Margaret, of cholera infantum, Aug. 30, 1877; 5 m. 20 d.
  • Priscilla, d. of George and Olive, of jaundice, May 9, 1883; 9 d.
HAWKINS.
  • Richard, s. of ------------ and ------------ (b. in Castine, Me.), of pneumonia, May 7, 1880; 6 y. 1 m.
  • (?) Henry, s. of Richard and Mary A. (b. in Lexington), of ------------ Nov. 23, 1888; 44 y. 3 m.
HAYES.
  • (HAYES. (Addition, 1640-1872.) -Eliza, wife of O. J. Hayes, d. of M. B. and Olive Walker, Aug. 15, 1841; 25 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Susan, widow of ------------, d. of Cornelius and Susan Howley (b. in Ireland), of cancer, Feb. 27, 1876; 70 y.
  • Elizabeth, d. of Michael and Margaret, of diphtheria, Nov. 8, 1883; 10 y. 8 m. 18 d.
  • Lizzie L., wife of Charles F., d, of James L. and Caroline A. Pinkham (b. in E. Boston), of carcinoma, Feb. 3, 1890; 36 y. 3 m. 10 d.
HAYFORD.
  • Nathaniel E., s. of C. O. and George A., of hydrocephalus, June 29, 1890; 10 m.
HAYWARD.
  • (HAYWARD. (Addition, 1640-1872.)- Amelia Hayward, Aug. 22, 1822. (Gravestone.) March 17, 1831, Mrs. Hayward, suicide by drowning. Dea. Wyman's Account Book.)
  • John R., s. of Rufus C. and Anna B., of bronchial catarrh, Nov. 15, 1879; 1 y. 1 m. 20 d.
  • Temperance C., widow of Arza, d. of Elisha and Mercy Matthews (b. In Sidney. Me.), of natural decay, May 28, 1881; 91 y. 18 d.
  • Grace E., d. of Rufus C. and Annie, of pneumonia, April 1, 1885; 1 y. 10 m. 23 d.
  • George F., s. of Rufus C. and Annie B., of non-development of heart, July 27, 1885; 3 d.
  • George W., s. of Justin and Amelia, of gunshot wound, May 20, 1888; 34 y. 3 m. 16 d.
  • Nellie A., d. of Alpheus S. and Hepzibah (b. in Sidney, Me.), of consumption, Nov. 21, 1888; 44 y. 4 m. 12 d.
HAZELTINE.
  • Mary E., d. of Hiram R. and Catherine J. (b. in Pomeroy. O.), of wound of brain, June 28, 1888; 17 y. 7 m. 8 d.
HEAD.
  • Francis, s. of Patrick and Catherine, of convulsions, April 3, 1878; 10 m.
  • Catherine, wife of ----------, d. of William and Mary Marlowe (b. in Ireland), of consumption, April 12, 1878; 30 y.
HEALD.
  • J. Bradford, s. of Jonathan and Betsey (b. in Carlisle), of convulsions, Oct. 1, 1886; 63 y. 6 m. 1 d.
  • Alvah F., s. of Alvah and Mary A., of diphtheria, Feb. 24, 1887; 6 y. 4 m. 24 d.
HEALY.
  • John F., s of Bartley and Jane, of congestion of Iungs, Dec. 10, 1879; 3 y. 1 m. 2 d.
  • Mary, widow of ----------, d. of John and Catherine Healey (b. in Ireland), of general debility, April. 6, 1883; 74 y.
  • Patrick J, s. of Bartholomew and ----------, of bronchitis, July 23, 1883; 1 y. 4 m. 20 d.
  • Jane, wife of ----------, d. of Patrick and Jane Murtha (b. in Ireland), of meningitis, Sept. 10, 1884; 36 y.
  • Julia, d. of Bartholomew and Jane, of brain fever, Sept. 12, 1884; 6 m.
HEARAN (see also HORN).
  • Mary, d. of James and Mary, of phthisis, Jan. 6, 1884; 20 y. 9 m. 10 d.
  • James C., s. of James and Mary, of phthisis, April 7, 1889; 27 y. 11 m. 3 d.
HECKBERT.
  • Earle F., s. of John W. and Frances, of croup, Nov. 14, 1882; 3 y. 1 m. 17 d.
HEMENWAY.
  • Louisa, wife of ----------, d. of Amos W. and Drew ---------- (b. in Bristol, N. H.), of apoplexy, Jan. 1, 1878; 60 y. 11 m. 9 d.
HENCHEY.
  • Caroline, d. of William and Caroline, Jan. 30, 1881; 1 m. 7 d.
  • Bridget, wife of ----------, d. of ---------- and ---------- (b. in Ireland), of disease of brain, May 1, 1882; 40 y.
  • Herbert P., s. of Thomas and Bridget, of spinal meningitis, May 18, 1884; 5 m.
  • Thomas, s. of James and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of Bright's disease, Jan. 26, 1887; 53 y.
  • Julia, d. of James and Julia E., of meningitis, Jan. 26, 1888; 1 y.
  • Thomas H., s of Thomas and Bridget, of phthisis, Jan. 11, 1889; 27 y.
  • John L., s. of William H. and Caroline M., of meningitis, Jan. 27, 1890; 1 y. 7 m. 20 d.
  • Mary, wife of Matthew, d. of Patrick and Susan McDevitt (b. in Ireland), of paralysis, July 31, 1890; 75 y.
HENDERSON.
  • Charles W., s. of John S. and Harriet (b. in Bath, Me.), of phthisis, Aug. 16, 1889; 33 y. 2 m. 10 d.
HENEY (see HANEY).

HENNESSY.
  • James, s. of John and Anastasia, of pneumonia, Dec. 11, 1874; 21 y. 5 m. 21 d.
  • John S., s. of John and Nora (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, June 29, 1888; 64 y.
HENNGAN.
  • Hannah, d. of Patrick and Hannah, of hip disease, May 4, 1876; 9 y. 9 m.
  • Patrick, s. of Patrick and Hannah, of pneumonia, May 9, 1886; 18 y. 23 d.
  • Elizabeth, d. of Patrick and Hannah, of typhoid fever, Sept. 30, 1888; 14 y. 5 m.
  • Honora, widow of Lawrence, d. of Arthur and Margaret Dempsey, (b. in Ireland), of general debility, June 11, 1889; 85 y.
HENSHAW.
  • Thomas A., s. of Thomas A. and Ann (b. in Birmingham, Eng.), April 19, 1886; 57 y. 10 m.13 d.
HERMAN.
  • Martin, s. of Bartley and Margaret, of erysipelas, Oct. 28, 1876; 14 d.
HERNEY (see also HANEY).
  • Theresa M., d. of Lawrence and Mary, of bronchitis, March 22, 1889; 2 m. 24 d.
  • Thomas J., s. of Lawrence and Mary, of premature birth, Jan. 5, 1890; 1 m. 5 d.
  • Mary, d. of Timothy and Barbara (b. in St. John, N. B.), of phthisis, March 6, 1890; 2 y. 6 m. 22 d.
  • Mary, wife of Lawrence, d. of Charles and Mary Canning (b. in N. B.), of phthisis, Oct. 20, 1890; 35 y.
HERSEY.
  • Sophia M., widow of ----------, d. of David and Esther Mead (b. in Walpole, N. H.), of cerebral softening, May 4, 1887; 74 y. 6 m.
HEWITT.
  • John, s. of John S. and Bridget, of meningitis, April 1, 1889; 15 d.
HICKEY.
  • Michael, s. of Patrick and Mary (b. in Ireland), of old age, Nov. 13, 1874; 70 y.
  • Margaret J., d. of Michael and Mary, of water on lungs, March 21, 1876; 6 y. 8 m.10 d.
  • Maggie Josephine, d. of Michael and Mary, of cholera infantum, Aug. 24, 1877; 11 m. 21 d.
  • Margaret, widow of -------, d. of Thomas and Mary Brennan (b. in Ireland), of -------, March 13, 1878; 70 y.
  • Thomas F., s. of Michael and Mary, drowned, July 4, 1878; 11 y.
  • Michael B., s. of Michael B. and Mary, of cholera infantum, Sept. 17, 1878; 4 m. 14 d.
  • Bridget, d. of Patrick and Bridget, of cholera infantum, Sept. 29, 1878; 1 y. 23 d.
  • Elizabeth, widow of -------, d. of Thomas and Ann Penney (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Feb. 14, 1879; 71 y.
  • Clara F., d. of Michael and Mary, of cholera infantum, Aug. 9, 1883; 1 y. 3 m. 18 d.
HICKS.
  • George, s. of ------- and -------, of consumption, May 5, 1882; 43 y.
  • Ellen M., d. of George and Julia, of meningitis, July 20, 1890; 3 d.
HIGGINS.
  • Adeline E., widow of -------, d. of Reuben and Sarah Farrar (b. in Townsend), of ulcer, July 24, 1883; 50 y.
  • Catherine, d. of James and Bridget, of premature birth, March 9, 1885; 3 d.
  • Bridget, wife of -------, d. of Patrick and Mary McNally (b. in Ireland), of puerperal fever, March 11, 1885; 32 y.
  • Bertha, d. of Nathan and Sarah, of cholera infantum, Sept. 27, 1886; 1 m.
HILL.
  • (Zechariah Hill died in 1840. His house was on Pleasant Street where Seth T. Gifford now lives. According to the records at Cambridge, he left a widow, Hannah, and children, Zechariah, Andrew Jackson, Samuel, and Hannah (afterwards Hannah Sowden), who were of age; and Sarah W. (afterwards Sarah W. Wellington), Charles, Louise W., and Joseph B. who were minors. I am informed that a gravestone is about to be erected to his memory by some of his grandchildren now living in Arlington.)
  • John E., s. of T. H. and Alice, of cholera infantum, Aug. 26, 1873; 9 m. 1 d.
  • -------, d. of Thomas H. and Alice, stillborn, Aug. 20, 1876.
  • -------, s. of Thomas H. and Alice, stillborn, Oct. 1, 1877.
  • -------, d. of Thomas H. and Alice, stillborn, Oct. 17, 1881.
  • George Francis, s. of G. R. and J. M., July 10, 1883; 2 y. 6 m.10 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Abigail, widow of -------, d. of Reuben and Elizabeth Philbrick (b. in Sanbornton, N. H.), of cystitis, Feb. 29, 1884; 82 y. 10 m. 7 d.
  • Percy H., s. of G. R. and J. M., April 18, 1883; 1 y. 6 m. 11 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Caroline H., wife of -------, d. of Jedediah and Mehetable ------- (b. in Hampden), of paralysis of brain, Sept. 18, 1889; 69 y. 11 m.
HITCHINGS.
  • Cora E., d. of George H. and Jennie J. (b. in Lynn), of diphtheria, Dec. 7, 1882; 2 y. 4 m. 8 d.
  • Ina M., d. of George H. and Jennie J. (b. in Saugus), of diphtheria, Dec.10, 1882; 4 y. 8 m. 22 d.
HOBAN.
  • Thomas, s. of Thomas and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of consumption, May 7, 1876; 58 y.
HOBBS.
  • Maria E., wife of -------, d. of James C. and Charity Marson (b. in Augusta, Me.), of heart disease, Nov. 15, 1888; 47 y.
HODGE.
  • Edward, s. of John and Mary, of pneumonia, Feb. 8, 1874; 2 m. 17 d.
  • John, s. of John and Lizzie (b. in Highgate, N. H.), of abscess on brain, March 11, 1874; 35 y.
HODGKINS.
  • Francis P., s. of -------, May 7, 1875; 43 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Elizabeth A., wife of Francis P., d. of Jonathan W. and Mary Ward (b. in Chelmsford), of consumption, Nov. 21, 1875; 33 y. 7 m. 6 d.
  • Carrie May, d. of Charles and Nellie, of convulsions, April 11, 1876; 1 m.
HOFFMAN.
  • Joseph, s. of ------- and ------- (b. in Germany), of chronic diarrhoea, Dec, 1, 1883; 53 y.
HOGAN.
  • Catherine, wife of -------, d. of Dennis and Rose Reardon (b. in Ireland), of tumor, March 20, 1878; 56 y.
  • Catherine, widow of ------- d. of Michael and Mary Scully (b. in Ireland), of rheumatism of heart, April 9, 1880; 68 y.
  • John, s. of Peter and Julia, of convulsions, Aug. 22, 1880; 5 minutes.
  • Richard, s. of James and Maria, of pneumonia, June 9, 1881; 5 y. 5 m. 5 d.
  • Thomas F., s. of Peter and Julia, of bronchitis, Feb. 22, 1882; 6 m. 3 d.
  • John J., s. of John J. and Margaret (b. in Cambridgeport), of pneumothotax, July 30, 1882; 2 y. 2 m.
  • Dennis M., s. of John J. and Mary (b. in Boston), of meningitis, Feb. 22, 1884; 9 m. 10 d.
  • Robert J., s. of Peter and Julia, of meningitis, Aug.10, 1885; 7 m.
  • Martha, d. of Peter and Julia, of meningitis, Jan. 5, 1887; 3 y. 11 m.
  • James E., s. of Peter and Julia, of meningitis, May 2, 1887; 7 m. 8 d.
  • Patrick, s. of Patrick and Bridget, of cholera infantum, Aug. 3, 1888; 2 m. 27 d.
  • Harry, s. of Patrick and Bridget, of meningitis, Nov. 26, 1889; 2 m.
HOLDEN.
  • Sarah H., wife of Simon, d. of Jonathan and Lydia Teel (b. in Charlestown), of paralysis, Jan. 21, 1882; 71 y. 10 m.
  • Simon, s. of Nathan and Delilah (b. in Shirley), of paralysis, June 30, 1888; 83 y. 9 m. 16 d.
HOLLAND.
  • Huldah A., wife of -------, d. of ------- and Nancy Spaulding (b. in Vermont), of pernicious anaemia, Dec. 22, 1885; 69 y. 9 m.
  • George A., s. of ------- and ------- (b. in Nova Scotia), of Bright's disease, Nov. 23, 1886; 72 y. 7 m. 18 d.
HOLLIS.
  • Mary Jane, d. of Robert and Ann, March 8, 1873; 2 y. 8 m. 27 d.
HOLLORAN.
  • Mark, s. of Daniel and Ellen (b. in Ireland), of natural infirmity, Jan. 10, 1876; 76 y.
  • Joseph, s. of Bartley and Ellen, of liver complaint, Feb. 11, 1876; 1 m. 2 d.
  • Mark, s. of John and Barbara (b. in Bath, Me.), of phthisis pulmonalis, Nov. 5, 1876; 12 y. 5 m.
  • Delia, d. of John and Mary, of cholera infantum, Aug. 14, 1880; 5 m.
  • Ann, widow of -------, d. of Peter and Rose Gillin (b. in Ireland), of old age, Jan. 19, 1882; 82 y.
  • Ellen. d. of Bartholomew and Ann, of cerebro spinal meningitis, Jan. 14, 1883; 6 y. 12 d.
  • Joseph, s, of Bartley and Ann, of cholera infantum, July 10, 1883; 1 y. 9 m. 22 d.
  • Ellen, d. of Bartholomew and Ann, of meningitis, Jan. 28, 1888; 4 y. 3 m. 4 d.
  • Michael, s. of Bartholomew and Ann, of meningitis, Aug. 7, 1888; 11 m. 4 d.
  • Agnes, d. of Bartholomew and Ann, of cholera infantum, Aug. 17, 1889; 7 m. 21 d.
HOOPER.
  • Samuel T., s. of Eleazer W. and Olive (b. in Ohio), of fracture of skull, Aug. 20, 1876; 38 y. 9 m.
  • Arthur L., s. of George E. and Martha E., of tuberculosis, May 6, 1878; 4 y. 6 m. 24 d.
  • Harry J., s. of Peter I. and Catherine (b. in Annapolis, N. S.), of cholera infantum, Sept. 7, 1881; 4 m. 11 d.
  • William G., s. of Peter I. and Catherine, Sept. 7, 1881.
  • Robert, s. of Forest and Lavina, of croup, Aug. 21, 1886; 11 m. 2 d.
  • Samuel G., s. of Henry W. and Ann, of meningitis, Feb. 9, 1890; 5 y. 3 m. 25 d.
HOPKINS.
  • Emeline, widow of -------,d. of John and Eleanor Fowle, of dropsy of heart, Dec. 4, 1887; 58 y. 14 d.
HORN (see also HEARAN).
  • Hannah A., wife of -------, d. of John and Julia Walsh (b. in S. Boston), of gastric ulcer and jaundice, Oct. 18, 1879; 30 y. 10 m.
  • Lydia H., widow of -------, d. of William and Elizabeth Blake (b. in Dover), of old age, May 1, 1886; 79 y. 9 m.
HORNER.
  • Patrick, s. of Charles and Bridget, of measles, April 20, 1888; 7 m. 10 d.
  • Patrick, s. of James and Ann (b. in New Hampshire), of phthisis, April 18, 1889; 30 y. 3 m. 3 d.
HORRIGAN.
  • William Henry, s. of John and Mary, of scarlet fever, Dec. 24, 1875; 2 y. 5 m. 5 d.
  • Mary Josephine, d. of John and Mary A., of cholera infantum, Aug. 24, 1877; 2 y. 5 m. 10 d.
  • George G., s. of John and Mary, of cholera infantum, Aug. 8, 1881; 11 m. 7 d.
  • Elizabeth M., d. of John and Mary A., of meningitis, Jan. 28, 1888; 3 y. 9 m. 20 d.
HORTON.
  • Edward S., s. of Sparrow and Mary J., of hydrocephalus, March 2, 1876; 5 d.
HOSKINS
  • Philip S., s. of William H. and Mary, of heart disease, Oct. 11, 1880; 23 y. 4 m.
  • Allen Francis, s. of Albert F. and Theresa C., of atelectasis, Feb. 22, 1888.
HOSMER.
  • Nancy T., d. of Christopher and Nancy T., of paralysis, Aug.10, 1889; 71 y, 5 m. 23 d.
HOUGHTON.
  • James, s. of Charles and Mary (b. in Ireland), of heart disease and dropsy, March 16, 1885; 55 y.
HOVEY.
  • Abner B., s. of ------- and -------, of epileptic fit, Dec. 9, 1877; 56 y.
  • Bertha, d. of S. S. and E. F.(b. Aug. 9, 1872), May 5, 1881. (Gravestone.)
HOWARD.
  • Harriet, d. of James and Harriet, of consumption, March 11, 1875; 45 y. 1 m.
  • Joseph P., s. of Samuel and Elizabeth (b. in Malden), of disease of brain, July 8, 1876; 74 y.
  • John H., s of John and Bridget, of congestion of brain, Aug. 16, 1878; 1 y. 25 d.
  • Warren, s. of James and Harriet, of paralysis and dropsy, Sept. 5, 1881; 41 y.
  • Edwin T., 1853-1882. (Gravestone.)
  • Evelyn, d. of James and Harriet, of general debility, March 11, 1885; 56 y. 9 m. 14 d.
  • Harriet, wife of -------, d. of Thomas and Ruth Poole, of chronic dysentery, Nov. 5, 1886; 79 y. 7 m. 12 d.
  • James, s. of Samuel and Elizabeth (b. in Malden), of shock, July 24,1887; 87 y. 15 d.
HOWE.
  • Mary A., widow of --------, d. of George and Mary Erving (b. in China, Me.), of cancer, March 3, 1875; 59 y 3 d.
  • Aldelbert M., s. of Charles M. and Lizzie M., of cholera infantum, Aug. 26, 1885; 1 m. 15 d.
  • -------, d. of Frank A. and Jennie, of asphyxia, Sept. 22, 1889.
HOWLEY.
  • Patrick, s. of Cornelius and Joanna (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Dec. 14, 1887; 74 y. 9 m.
HUCKINS.
  • Israel, s. of Israel and Mary (b. in Strafford, N. H.), of apoplexy, July 30, 1875; 50 y. 8 m. 15 d.
HUDSON.
  • BarzilIai N., s. of Barzillai and Hannah (b. in Boston), of cardiac insufficiency, Nov. 7, 1884; 71 y. 6 m.
HUGHES (see also HUSE).
  • Patrick, s. of Philip and Ann (b. in Ireland), of congestion of lungs, Feb. 12 , 1876; 43 y.
  • James, s. of John and Ann, of consumption. Jan.10, 1884; 20 y. 2 m. 3 d.
  • Frances E., d. of John and Ann, of pneumonia, March 19, 1884; 32 y. 9 m. 5 d.
  • Mary, d. of Michael and Mary (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, June 25, 1887; 23 y.
  • John P., s. of John and Ann, of phthisis, May 29, 1888; 34 y. 10 m. 12 d.
HUNT.
  • Eliza A., wife of -------, d. of John and Ruth Peasley (b. in Salisbury, N. H.), of pneumonia, April 15, 1881; 48 y.
  • Jerusha G., wife of David A., d. of John and Jerusha Hill (b. in Wells), of antharas, Oct. 14, 1889; 71 y. 6 m. 23 d.
HUNTER.
  • Herbert, s. of Harvey and Laura A. (b. in Stoneham), of cholera infantum, Aug. 3, 1887; 2 m.
HUNTING.
  • William H., s. of William F. and Elvira A. (b. in Boston), of phthisis, Feb. 24, 1884; 46 y. 10 m. 14 d.
  • Mary C., widow of -------, d. of Samuel and Mary P. Cook, of phthisis, Sept. 2, 1884; 44 y. 10 m.
HURD.
  • Patience, wife of -------, d. of William and Mary Woodward (b. in Waterboro, Me.), of paraIysis, Dec. 30, 1873; 78 y. 3 m. 28 d.
  • Cylena, d. of Vilruveus and Patience (b. in Waterboro, Me.), of carditis, Oct. 18, 1875; 46 y. 10 m. 3 d.
  • Charles, s. of Henry and Peggy (b. in Harrisburg. Va.), of Bright's disease, April 3, 1880; 75 y. 17 d.
HURLBURT.
  • John, s. of Guilds and -------, (b. in Hartford, Ct.), of Bright's disease, March 5, 1876; 61 y. 8 m.
  • Mary A., widow of -------, d. of Joseph and Roxanna LazeIl (b. in Ware), of heart disease, March 19, 1879; 60 y.
HURLEY.
  • James F., s. of James A. and Mary J., of meningitis, Aug. 26, 1886; 3 m.
  • Ellen, wife of -------, d. of John and Mary -------, (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, March 19, 1890; 70 y.
HUSE (see also HUGHES).
  • Mary S., wife of J. Smith, d. of Thomas and Susan W. Paine (b. in Knox, Me.), of consumption, March 27, 1884; 55 y. 11 m. 22 d.
  • Susan E., d. of J. Smith and Mary S., of meningitis, Oct. 11, 1884; 6 m. 20 d.
  • John S., s. of Edwin and Ruth (b. in Haverhill), of tuberculosis, March 30, 1889; 41 y. 18 m. 26 d.
HYDE.
  • Nathan H., s. of James and Hepzibah (b. in Medford), of consumption, Jan. 12, 1877; 49 y. 1 m. 28 d.
INGALLS.
  • Harriet, wife of James, d. of Nathan and Jane Fessenden (b. in Lexington), of gastric ulcer, Sept. 24, 1879; 73 y. 18 d.
  • Ruth B., wife of Ezra C., d. of Oliver and Nancy Wyman, of apoplexy, Feb. 4, 1889; 72 y. 4 m. 3 d.
JACKSON.
  • Huldy V., d. of John and Hannah, of cholera infantum, Aug. 14, 1890; 2 m. 16 d.
JACOBS.
  • Maria, wife of -------, d. of Dennis and Alice Healey (b. in Ireland), of pulmonary phthisis, Oct. 31, 1881; 22 y.
JAMES.
  • Jane C., wife of -------, d. of Maxon and Polly Chase (b. in Westerly, R. I.), of uterine hebroid, May 7, 1886; 57 y. 8 m. 17 d.
JAYNE.
  • Phebe Ann, wife of -------, d. of Andrew and Susan S. Perkins, of pleurisy, Oct. 21, 1874; 48 y. 3 m. 22 d.
JENKINS.
  • Cora E., d. of Nathaniel and Sarah E. (b. in Lee, N. H.), of phthisis, June 26, 1878; 22 y. 3 m.
  • Ida A, d. of Nathaniel and Sarah E. (b. in Lee, N. H.), of phthisis, Dec. 4, 1883; 25 y. 8 m. 8 d Mary, wife of William, d. of John and Mary Parott (b. in England), of old age, April 14, 1889; 85 y. 4 m. 12 d.
JENNINGS.
  • Martin, s. of Patrick and Bridget (b. in Cambridge), of pneumonia, Oct. 27, 1878; 7 m. 25 d.
  • Annie L., d. of John and Mary, of consumptIon, Oct 26, 1885; 19 y. 6 m. 10 d.
  • John, s. of John and Sarah (b. in England), of heart disease, Dec. 12, 1885; 48 y. 5 m. 21 d.
  • Sarah M., d. of John and Mary, of phthisis, June 1, 1889; 25 y 5 m. 5 d.
JOHNSON.
  • (JOHNSON. (Corrections, 1640-1872.) Susan, wife of Capt. Edward, died March 7, 1690 (mem. in Probate Office).- Ruth Eaton wife of Levi (b. in Candia, N. H., Sept. 7, 1788), Dec. 27, 1832. (Gravestone.) -Zelinda Dearborn, d. of Levi and Ruth (b. Jan. 14, 1824), Jan. 11, 1866. (Gravestone.) The Joseph Johnson, who died at Tay's Tavern, May 28, 1821, was probably born in Andover. His son, Solon L. Johnson, who was born in Bradford, Vt., Sept. 10, 1806, is now living in WiImington, Mass. He tells me that his father, Joseph, married Betsey Bickford, of Salem, and had a brother Isaac.)
  • Thomas H., s. of Thomas and Anna F., of premature birth, May 24, 1873; 4 d.
  • Theresa C., widow of -------, daughter of Simeon and Sarah Pitts (b. in Bath, Me.), of apoplexy, March 23, 1874; 77 y.
  • Flora Anna Alice, wife of -------, d. of James H. and Alice C. Ramsdell (b. in Stoneham), of uraemic poisoning, April 14, 1874; 20 y. 6 m.
  • Munson, s. of Munson ------- of erysipelas, March 9, 1875; 66 y. 2 m. 12 d.
  • Leander T., s. of Munson and Sarah S., of Bright's disease, Nov. 29, 1876; 35 y. 21 d.
  • -------, d. of Thomas and Catherine, stillborn, Aug. 22, 1877.
  • Abigail, d. of Francis and Abigail B., of old age, May 3, 1878; 91 y.
  • Harry B. s. of William R. and Nellie, in Cambridge, April 12, 1879; 7 y. 10 m. 8 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Eliza B., wife of John (b. in Amesbury, Feb. 12, 1810), in Sand Bank, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1881.
  • Susan W., wife of Joseph, d. of Benjamin and Sarah T. Deland, of heart disease, Sept. 19, 1882; 63 y. 8 m.
  • Linton, s. of Jacob and Ellen (b. in Bay View, Va.), of pneumonia, Jan. 4, 1885; 26 y.
  • Phineas A., s. of Phineas and Mary A. (b. in Montague), of old age, May 17, 1885; 79 y. 6 m. 29 d.
  • Charles B., s. Albert B. and Abbie A., July 11, 1885; 27 y. 8 m. (Gravestone.)
  • John A., s. of George A. and Sarah E., of dysentery, Feb. 14, 1886; 2 m. 16 d.
  • -------, s. of Olof and Emily, stillborn, Sept. 5, 1886.
  • Nathan M., s. of Munson and Betsey (b. in Charlestown), of heart disease, Nov.10, 1886; 81 y. 7 m. 3 d.
  • Diantha, wife of Harris, d. of Daniel and Hannah Chamberlain. (b. in Lyndeboro, N. H.), of rupture of gall bladder, March 9, 1887; 67 y. 6 m. 9 d.
  • -------, s. of William and Esther, stillborn, May 16, 1887.
  • Sarah S., widow of -------, d. of Alpha and Mary Thompson, of senile gangrene, Oct. 3, 1887; 75 y. 1 m. 21 d.
  • Elizabeth Wade, d. of John W. and Caroline G., of congestion of brain, Dec. 28, 1887; 2 y. 2 m. 8 d.
  • John, s. of John W. and Caroline G., of heart failure, Jan. 16, 1888; 1 d.
  • John A., s. of August and Charlotte, of consumption, March 26, 1888; 3 y. 20 d.
  • -------, s. of Geo. and Ellen (Hall), Aug. 10, 1890.
JOHNSTON.
  • Robert, s. of Robert and Margaret, of premature birth, Aug. 28, 1887; 12 d.
  • -------, d. of Robert and Margaret, July 12, 1888.
  • Ethel G., d. of Fred and Margaret E., of cholera infantum, Aug. 26, 1888; 6 m.
  • Robert, s. of Robert and Margaret, of premature birth, Sept. 2, 1890; 1/2 d.
JOHONNOT.
  • Eunice F., wife of -------, d. of ------- and Basheba Kemp (b. in Francestown, N. H.), of old age, June 4, 1887; 94 y.
JONES.
  • (Dec. 23, 1831, Miss Deborah Jones died at Boston; buried in Woburn. -- Dea. Wyman's Account Book.)
  • William P., s. of Lewis and Bridget, of pneumonia, March 14, 1874; 2 m.
  • Charles M., s. of Charles S. and Nellie, of spasms, Aug. 2, 1874; 19 d.
  • Ellen M., d., of Hiram and Mary A., Feb. 25, 1875; 31 y. 3 m. (Gravestone.)
  • William, s. of Thomas H. and Julia, of cyanosis, April 21, 1875; 2 m. 1 d.
  • William H., s. of Hiram and ------- (b. in Westbrooke, Me.), o hemoptysis, Oct: 1, 1876; 45 y.
  • Abigail, wife of Joshua, Dec 28, 1876; 76 y. 4 m. 5 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Julia A., wife of -------, d. of John and Kate McCarthy (b. in Ireland), of peritonitis, April 15, 1877; 24 y. 5 m.
  • Thomas H., s. of William and Catherine (b. in Ireland), of typhoid fever, Nov. 28, 1877; 27 y. 6 m. 5 d.
  • Benjamin F., s. of Willard and Bridget, of paraplegia, May 24, 1879; 85 y. 5 m.
  • Mary A., widow of Hiram, d. of ------ and ------- (b. in Cambridge), of narcosis, Feb. 9, 1883; 69 y.
  • Amelia, d. of Charlie A. and Emily E., of premature birth, May 25, 1883; 4 hours.
  • Anna, d. of Charlie A. and Emily E., of premature birth, May 25, 1883; 3 hours.
  • Emily, d. of Charlie A. and Emily E., of premature birth, May 25, 1883; 1 hour.
  • Catherine, wife of ------, d. of Daniel and Mary Crowley (b. in Ireland), of general debiity, Oct. 4, 1883; 63 y.
  • Bridget, wife of -------, d. of Bartholemew and Mary Boyle (b. in Ireland), of general debility, Oct. 1, 1885; 49 y.
  • Jessie I., d. of William H. and Julia A. Jones, 1857-1886. "Till we meet again. (Gravestone.)
  • Charlotte E., d. of William and Susan E., of heart disease, July 24, 1886; 6 y. 3 m. 3 d.
  • Alice G., d. of Asa and Ellen R, March 1, 1888; 13 y. 6 m. 14 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Lucy A., widow of Benjamin, d. of Jeremiah and Susan Hosmer (b. in Acton), of old age, April 13, 1889; 89 y. 5 m. 4 d.
  • Henry, s. of Peter and Mary (b. in Ireland), of pulmonary congestion, Jan. 16, 1890; 30 y.
  • William, s. of William and Susan, of pneumonia, Jan. 22, 1890; 2 y. 7 m. 1 d.
  • Clarissa, wife of Charles, d. of James and Mary Cutler (b. in Burlington), of pericarditis, March 23, 1890; 74 y. 11 m. 1 d.
JORDAN.
  • Michael, s. of Patrick and Delia, of convulsions, July 30, 1879; 2 d.
  • ------, d. of Patrick and Catherine, stillborn, Sept. 13, 1879.
  • Patrick, s. of Michael and Mary (b. in Ireland) of pneumonia, Dec. 26, 1879; 28 y.
JOYCE.
  • William, s. of Bryan and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of scarlatina anginosa, June 9, 1875; 23 y.
  • Bryan, s. of Bryan and Julia, of scarlet fever Aug. 27, 1876; 3 y. 11 m. 17 d.
  • Daniel, s. of Bryan and Julia, of diphtheria, Sept, 4, 1876: 7 m. 20 d.
  • William, s. of John and Rosy, of convulsions, Sept. 23, 1883; 3 d.
  • John W., s. of Martin and Abigail, of phthisis, Aug. 14, 1883; 22 y. 9 m. 15 d.
  • ---------, d. of Martin and Mary, stillborn, Nov. 15, 1884.
  • John, s. of William and Margaret, (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Jan. 4, 1885; 49 y.
  • Catherine, d. of Bryan and Julia, of meningitis, Sept. 17, 1888; 11 y. 3 m. 7 d.

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