BIRTHS IN WOBURN, MASS.,
FROM 1640 TO 1873.
ALPHABETICALLY AND CHRONOLOGICALLY ARRANGED.
DEATHS - COAKLEY to EVANS

[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]




COAKLEY
  • Daniel, s. of John and Ellen (b. in Boston), of dropsy of the brain, Aug. 17, 1871; 6 y. 5 m.10 d.
  • Ellen, wife of John, d. of Charles and Hannah Noonan (b. in Ireland), of childbirth, June 4, 1872; 32 y. 5 m.
COATES
  • Lucretia E., wife of William C. (b. in Barre, Vt.), of consumption, Nov. 3, 1846; 35 y.
COBURN
  • Josiah Winn, s. of -----------, of Goffstown, N. H., Sept. 25, 1823; 24 y.
  • Jesse D., s. of -----------, Oct. 13, 1851; 28 y. 6 m.(Gravestone)
  • Huldah, wife of -----------, d. of Joseph and Abigail Wilson (b. in Nottingham, N. H.), of lung fever. May 8, 1855; 79 y. 7 m. 5 d.
  • Pamelia Clark, d. of Paschal P. and Lydia J. (b. in Dracut), Aug. 25, 1865; 29 y. 11 m. 4 d.
COCHRANE (see also Corcoran)
  • George C., s. of W. and B., Jan. 25, 1864; 1 m. (Gravestone)
  • Isabella, s.(?) of W. and B., Aug. 16, 1868; 6 y. 3 m. (Gravestone)
  • Annie, d. of W. and B., Aug. 20, 1872; 11 m. (Gravestone)
  • Archibald, s. of W. and B., Dec. 17, 1872; 3 y. (Gravestone.)
COFFEE
  • Patrick, s. of-----------, (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Dec. 24, 1844; 35 y.
COFFIN
  • Henry, s. of Ivory and Mary E., of cholera Infantum, Sept. 22, 1834; 1 m. 21 d.
  • Sarah J., wife of David N. B., Jr., d. of Asa and Temperance C. Hayward (b. in Augusta, Me.), of consumption, May 18, 1861; 33y. 8 m. Caroline H., wife of David N. B., Jr., d. of Benjamin and Mary Tufts (b. in Medford), of consumption, April 12, 1863; 31 y. 11 m. 2 d.
  • Hattie E., wife of Eben M., d. of Dwight F. and Rebecca F. Eager, of consumption, Feb. 20, 1865; 25 y. 1 m. 29 d.
COGAN
  • Joseph, s. of John and Alice, of diphtheria, Aug. 19, 1865 [1866, gravestone]; 1 y. 1 m.
  • Joseph, s. of Patrick and Alice, of acute meningitis, Dec. 1, 1865; 3 y.
  • James, s. of James and Eliza, of cholera infantum, Oct. 5, 1868; 8 m. 4 d.
COGGIN
  • John, s. of John and Elizabeth, March 9, 1693.
  • Henry, s. of John and Elizabeth, March 17, 1694.
  • Henry, s. of John and Elizabeth, Aug. 21, 1697.
  • Joseph, s. of John and Elizabeth, Sept. 22, 1698.
  • Henry, s. of John and Elizabeth, March 29, 1703.
  • Capt. John, s. of -----------, Feb. 16, 1725; 50 y.
  • Sarah, wife of John, May 22, 1732.
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of -----------, Jan. 23, 1759.
  • Mr. John, s. of -----------, Sept. 15, 1782.
  • James, s. of -----------, Feb. 8, 1789; 2 y.
  • Molly, d. of -----------, Nov. 28, 1789; 80 y.
  • Hannah, d. of -----------, single person, Aug. 15, 1795; 81 y.
  • Jacob, s. of -----------, preacher of the gospel, Nov. 10, 1808; 64 y.
  • Mrs., wife of,-----------, --,1831.
COLBURN
  • Mrs., wife of ----, April 22, 1833; 40 y.
COLCORD
  • David, s. of John and Napola (b. in Sandwich Islands), of consumption, March 21, 1848; 14 y. 8 m. 3 d.
  • John N., s. of Jesse and Susan (b. in Sanford, Me.), of consumption, May 25, 1852; 59 y.
  • Clara T., widow of John, d. of Joseph and Sophia Webster (b. in Sanford, Me.), of consumption, March 2, 1853; 45 y.
  • Phineas, s. of Phineas and Rebecca (b. in Waterborough, Me.), of consumption, Nov. 22, 1853; 40 y.
COLE
  • Isaac. s. of -----------, June 10, 1674.
  • Jane, d. of -----------, March 10, 1687.
  • John W., s. of John G. and Lavinia B., of hemorrhage, Aug.15, 1848 ; 4 y.
  • Harriet A., d. of James and -----------, (b. in Boston), of consumption, Nov. 25, 1850; 36 y. [37 y., gravestone].
  • Peter Oglefee, s. of George and Alice (b. in Canada), of measles, in Readville, Mass., Jan. 19, 1864; 21 y. 8 m. 19 d.
COLEMAN
  • John, s. of James and Mary, of scarlet fever, Sept. 12, 1852; 2 y. 10 m.
  • Hannah, wife of James, d. of Morris and Hannah-----------, (b. in Ireland), of dropsy, Feb. 8, 1863; 55 y.
COLLAMORE
  • Sarah J., wife of Theodore, d. of William and Betsey Beers, of typhoid fever, Sept. 7, 1854; 80 y.
  • Cora J., d. of Theodore and Sarah J., of cholera infantum, Sept. 13, 1854; 28 d.
  • Horace W., s. of Horace and Mary E., of diphtheria, April 6, 1862; 5 y. 5 m.
COLLEY
  • Frank E., s. of George P. and Anna G., of scarlet fever, Dec. 10, 1867; 1 y. 3 m. 27 d.
COLLINS
  • Catharine, d. of Owen and Bridget, of whooping cough, Aug. 3, 1853; 2 m. 18 d.
  • Fanny M., d. of Owen and Bridget, of lung fever, April 28, 1855; 9 m. 5 d.
  • Carrie H., d. of George H. anti Mary A., of whooping cough, Oct. 11, 1863; 2 m. 8 d.
  • Eugene, s. of Owen and Mary, of cholera Infantum, Aug. 21, 1869; 11 m.
CONDON
  • -----------, of John and Margaret, stillborn, May 27, 1863.
  • -----------, Margaret F., d. of John and Margaret, of cholera Infantum, Aug. 26, 1868; 1 y. 8 m.
CONKLIN
  • -----------, child of Richard, -----------,1831.
CONLON
  • Frances E., s. of Owen and Ann, of fits, June 10, 1858; 2 h.
CONN
  • Albert Winslow, s. of Horace and Martha, of cholera infantum, Aug. 8, 1848; 1 y. 8 m. 17 d.
  • Henry Wilber, s. of George H. and Mary E., Oct. 10, 1862; 1 h.
  • Charles B., s of Charles K. and Fannie S., of congestion of the brain, Feb. 5, 1871; 2 y. 10 m. 4 d.
CONNOLLY
  • Alice, d. of Thomas and Catharine (b. in Ireland), of typhus fever, Sept. 26, 1846; 19 y.
  • Francis, s. of -----------, of lung fever, Feb. 25, 1850; 11 m. 15 d.
  • James, s. of James and Elizabeth, of fits, June 14, 1858; 9 m.
  • Bridget, wife of Owen, d. of Patrick and Catharine Garland (b. in Ireland), of disease of the heart, Aug. 12, 1853; 33 y.
  • Mary Ann, d. of Owen and Ellen, of fits, Aug. 24, 1854; 2 m. 8 d.
  • Hugh, s. of James and Rose (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Sept. 4, 1854; 22 y. (21 y., gravestone).
  • Owen, s. of John and Ann (b. in Ireland), of stoppage of blood, Jan. 18, 1857; 37 y.
  • Elizabeth, wife of James, d. of Francis and Catharine Mahon (b. in Ireland), of dropsy, Aug. 29, 1859; 40 y.
  • Margaret, wife of John, d. of Philip and Mary Ferrin (b. in Ireland), of Inflammation, Sept. 17, 1859; 30 y.
  • Rosa, d. of John and Margaret, of teething, Oct. 29, 1860; 1 y. 1 m. 22 d.
  • Hugh, s. of Bryan and Mary (b. in Ireland), of typhoid fever, in Offuts Cross Roads, Md., Nov. 25, 1862; 21 y.
  • Lawrence Matthew, s. of John H. and Ann, of congestion of the lungs, July 1, 1865; 16 d.
  • John E., s. of John and Bridget, of dropsy of the brain, Jan. 15, 1870; 4 y. 4 m.
  • Michael, s. of Martin and Bridget, of cholera infantum, Aug. 12, 1871; 17 d.
CONNOR
  • -----------, wife of Mr.-----------, resident from Boston, Sept. 27, 1798.
  • Kezia, widow of Hanson, d. of Reuben and Kezia Johnson, Aug. 2, 1860; 79 y. 5 m.
  • Thomas, s. of Patrick and Mary E. (b. in Ireland), of dysentery, June 6, 1863; 40 y.
  • John E., s. of John and Bridget, of pneumonia, Feb. 4, 1868; 11 m. 10 d.
  • Bridget, wife of John, d. of -----------, Dolan (b. in Ireland), April 1, 1869; 27 y.
  • Ellen, d. of John and Bridget, of cholera infantum, Sept. 27, 1869; 8 m. 16 d.
CONREY
  • Leonard W., s. of William and Rebecca (b. in Danbury, N. H.), of consumption, Sept. 9, 1856; 41 y.
  • Daniel, s. of William and Rebecca (b. in -----------), of apoplexy, Nov. 12, 1865; 58 y.
CONVERSE
  • Hannah, d. of James, Jan. 30, 1645.
  • Mary, d. of Allen, Nov. 10, 1651.
  • Theophilus, s. of Allen, Sept. 28, 1652.
  • Lydia, d. of James, May 20, 1655.
  • Elizabeth, d. of Allen, Aug. 2, 1661.
  • Sarah, wife of Edward, Jan. 14, 1662.
  • Deacon Edward, s. of -----------, Aug 10, 1663.
  • Ruth, d. of Zachariah, Jan. 8, 1675.
  • Hannah, wife of Zachariah, Jan. 1, 1679.
  • Zachariah, s. of -----------, Jan. 22, 1679.
  • Allen, s. of -----------, April 19, 1679.
  • Sarah, d. of -----------, April 22, 1679.
  • Joanna, relict of Edward, in Charlestown, Feb. 24, 1680.
  • Josiah, s. of James, Oct. 18, 1683.
  • Abigail, d. of -----------, July 14, 1689.
  • Deacon Josiah, s. of -----------, Feb. 3, 1690; 72 y.
  • Ann, wife of Lieut. James, Sen., Aug. 10, 1691; 69 y.
  • Edward, s. of Edward and Sarah, Oct. 28, 1691; 3 d.
  • Elizabeth, widow of -----------, Aug. 9, 1691.
  • Edward, s. of -----------, July 28, 1692; 37 y.
  • Timothy, s. of Josiah and Ruth, Sept. 14, 1693; 2 m.
  • Ebenezer, s. of James and Hannah, Nov. 9, 1693; ab. 5 y.
  • Josiah,s. of Josiah and Ruth,-----------, 1693.
  • Elizabeth, d. of James and Hannah, July 27, 1694; 19 y.
  • Josiah, s. of Josiah and Ruth, April 30, 1697.
  • Samuel, s. of-----------, ---,1699.
  • Hester, d. of Josiah and Ruth, Nov. 7, 1703; 16 y.
  • Major James,s. of -----------, July 8, 1706; 61 y.
  • Patience, d. of Major James and Hannah, July 23, 1707; 21 y.
  • John, s. of -----------, Jan. 6, 1708.
  • Sarah, d. of -----------, Nov. 10, 1713; 23 y.
  • Lieut. James,s. of -----------, May 10, 1715; 95 y.
  • Capt. Josiah, s. of -----------, July 15, 1717; 58 y.
  • Sarah, d. of -----------, of smallpox. Nov. 25, 1721.
  • Hannah, d. of -----------, Jan. 25, 1724.
  • Benjamin, s. of Capt. Robert and Mary, Aug. 19, 1729; in his 11th y.
  • Capt. Robert, s. of -----------, July 20, 1736.
  • Kazin, wife of James, Dec. 30, 1736.
  • James, s. of -----------, June 6, 1737.
  • Zachariah, s. of -----------, Dec. 30, 1747.
  • Mr. Josiah, s. of -----------, June 17, 1748.
  • Elizabeth, d. of -----------, Jan. 27, 1755.
  • Ebenezer, s. of -----------, Sept. 6, 1765; 56 y.
  • Ruth, widow of -----------, Nov. 21, 1772.
  • Samuel, s. of -----------, buried Dec. 2, 1775; 40 y.
  • -----------, child of Jeremiah, Feb. 28, 1802.
  • Joseph, only son of Joseph and Abigail, Aug. 17, 1808.
  • -----------, wife of James, drowned, July 11, 1808.
  • Franklin, s. of Jeremiah, of dysentery, April 13, 1805; 9 m.
  • Eleanor, wife of James, April 29, 1807; 49 y.
  • Josiah, s. of-----------, Feb. 2, 1810; 76 y.
  • Hephzibah, widow of -----------, March 11, 1813; 74 y.
  • Mary, widow of -----------, June 27, 1814; 75 y.
  • Sally, wife of Jeremiah, Jr., of dysentery, July 13, 1817; 21 y.
  • Hannah, wife of Jacob, July 13, 1820; 41 y.
  • Mary Parker, d. of Luther, April 21, 1821; 7 y.
  • Benjamin, s. of -----------, March 6, 1824; 93 y.
  • Sarah, widow of Benjamin, June 24, 1824; 84 y.
  • Susanna, wife of Deacon Jesse, Oct. 10, 1825; 53 y.
  • -----------, child of Jacob, Aug. 4, 1826.
  • Jeremiah, s. of -----------, July 29, 1828; 68 y.
  • Mr. Jonathan, s. of -----------, May 15, 1828; 56 y.
  • Ebenezer, s. of -----------, Dec. 22, 1829.
  • Jacob, s. of-----------, April 11, 1830.
  • Samuel, s. of -----------, Oct. 24, 1830; 38 y.
  • Capt. Jeremiah, s. of -----------, May 7, 1838; 88 y.
  • Mr. Robert, s. of -----------, pauper, July 29, 1833; 37 y.
  • William,s. of -----------, June 20, 1835.
  • Josiah Martin, s. of Martin L. and Mary, Aug. 16, 1839; 5 y. 4 m.
  • Deacon Josiah, s. of-----------, Sept. 8, 1840; 82 y.
  • Hephzibah, wife of Josiah, d. of Elijah and Hepbzibah Leathe, of consumption, Dec. 14, 1843; 52 y.
  • Eliza A., d. of William and Betsey, of bowel complaint, Sept. 4, 1844; 5 m.
  • Martha, d. of Josiah and Martha, of consumption, March 22, 1845; 65 y.
  • Martha, widow of Deacon Josiah, d. of Jonathan and Serviah Tidd, of old age, Oct. 21, 1845; 83 y.
  • Gilman, s. of William and Hannah (b. in Billerica), of Inflammation of brain, April 14, 1846; 22 y. 5 m.
  • Charles D., s. of WIlliam and Betsey, of dysentery, Sept. 6, 1848; 2 y. 10 m.
  • Sarah, second wife of Jesse, d. of Joseph and Betty Winn, of old age, July 19, 1849; 78 y.
  • Betsey, wife of William, d. of -----------, Snow (b. in Wilmington), of dysentery, Sept. 13, 1849; 25 y. 7 m. 18 d.
  • William Henry, s. of William and Betsey, of weakness, Sept. 20, 1849; 14 d.
  • Phebe, wife of Joshua, d. of Andrew and Rachel Perkins (b. in Middletown), of old age, Nov. 18, 1852: 76 y. 7 m.
  • Mary, widow of Jonathan, d. of John and Lois Fowle (b. in Charlestown), of paralysis, March 13, 1854; 71 y. 6 m.
  • Mary J., d. of WIlllam and Mary L., of cholera infantum, Oct. 14, 1854; 1 m. 2 d.
  • Martha R. D., wife of Joshua P., d. of Joseph and Patty Derby (b. in Concord), of childbirth, Sept. 8, 1857; 25 y. 5 m. 6 d.
  • Martha D., d. of Joshua P. and Martha D., of dysentery, Oct. 1, 1858; 1y. 24d.
  • Jerusha, widow of Jeremiah, d. of Abraham and Jerusha Alexander, of old age, Aug. 12, 1859; 91 y. 3 m.11 d.
  • Fanny M., d. of Charles H. and Hannah, of canker, June 9, 1860; 6 m.
  • Josiah, s. of Josiah and Martha, of exhaustion, July 15, 1860; 78 y. 10 m.
  • Luther, s. of Josiah and Hepbzibah, March 11, 1861; 84 y. 1 m. 3 d.
  • Fanny M., d. of Charles H. and Hannah M., of canker, July 21, 1861; 6 m.1 d.
  • Eliza J., d. of-----------, (b. in Hopkinton, N. H.), of diphtheria, in Burlington, Oct. 13, 1861; 16 y. 5 m.
  • Hephzibah, d. of Josiah and Martha (b. in-----------,), of congestion of the lungs, June 26, 1862; 77 y. 2 m. 24 d.
  • Martha T., d. of Joshua P. and Susan, of a fit, Sept 10, 1862; 1 y. 3 m.
  • Frederick, s. of Charles H. and Hannah F., of canker, July 30, 1863; 1 m.
  • Polly B., widow of Luther, d. of Ichabod and Abigail Parker, of heart disease, Dec. 23, 1863; 77 y. 4 m. 8 d.
  • Jesse, s. of Josiah and Hephzibah, of old age, July 17, 1864; July 17, 1864. 5 m. 8 d.
  • Jesse, s. of Jesse and Susan, July 3, 1865; 71 y. 6 m. 22 d.
  • Willie, s. of Charles H. and Hannah F., of canker, Aug. 29, 1867; 12 d.
  • Charles, s. of william and Mary L., of croup, Jan. 5, 1868; 5 y. 9 m. 3 d.
  • Joshua, s. of Josiah and Hephzibah, of old age, Feb. 5, 1868; 101 y. 16 d.
  • Mary L., wife of Martin L., d. of Elijah and Hephzlbah Leathe, of cancer, July 10, 1868; 64 y. 5 m.
  • -----------, s. of William and Mary L., Feb. 25, 1869; 6 d.
  • Betsey D. H., wife of Parker L., d. of Sparrow and Betsey Horton, (b. in Orleans), of heart disease, April 7, 1870; 40 y.
  • Abbie M., d. of Charles S. and Joanna C., of meningitis, Nov. 12, 1870; 18 y. 11 m. 27 d.
CONWAY
  • Kate, d. of James and Margaret, of hydrocephalus, April 1, 1866; 10y.
COOK
  • -----------, widow of -----------, March 13, 1773.
  • Harriet, wife of Levi, d. of Ira and Mehetabel Buckman, of palsy, Jan. 19, 1851; 21 y. 5 m.
  • Samuel, s. of Jonathan and Elizabeth (b. in Salem), of paralysis, Dec. 14, 1852; 48 y. 3 m.
  • Edith Mary, d. of George and Dorcas F. (b. in Prince Edward Island), of cholera infhntum, Sept. 14, 1864; 1 y. 8 m. 17 d.
  • Mary Ann, d. of Walter and Bridget, of cholera infantum, Aug. 5, 1870; 6 m. 18 d.
  • Otis H., s. of John B. and Sarah (b. in Northfield, N. H.), of consumption, March 21, 1871; 31 y. 10 d.
COOLIDGE
  • Benjamin, s. of-----------, Dec. 21, 1820; 65 y.
  • Mrs. Mary C., wife of -----------, May 8, 1823.
  • Daniel Wyman, s. of Oliver B., April 9, 1834; 4 y. 19 d.
  • Clarrissa, d. of -----------, May 27, 1841; 49 y.
COOPER
  • Anna, d. of -----------, March 9, 1718; 48 y.
  • Edward E., s. of Eli and Ann W. (b. in Lowell), of disease of kidneys, April 18, 1856; 26 y.
  • Rebecca B., wife of -----------, d. of William and Rhoda Tay, of consumption, Oct. 14, 1868; 40 y. 10 m. 25 d.
COPP
  • Tristram M., s. of -----------, March 31, 1858; 49 y. 8 m.(Gravestone)
  • Squiers F., s. of -----------, June 12, 1860; 24 y.(Gravestone)
CORBETT
  • William M., s. of Thomas and Relief C. (b. in Scituate), of Ill treatment, in Milan, Ga., Sept. 2, 1864; 27 y.
  • Relief C., widow of Thomas, d. of Isaac and Relief Curtis (b. in Abington), of paralysis, March 21, 1865; 58 y.
  • Elmer E., s. of Willlam M. and Martha, of convulsions, Oct. 9, 1865; 4y.
  • Cornelius, s. of Mathew and Mary (b. in Ireland), of old age, Feb. 1, 1866; 78 y.
  • John,s. of John and Ellen (b. in Boston), of hip disease, April 4, 1868; 17 y.
  • Henrietta E., d. of Willlam M. and Martha M., of scarlet fever, July 8, 1871; 12 y. 13 d.
CORBIN
  • John F. [E., gravestone], s. of John and Priscilla (b. in P. E. I.), of phthisls, March 9, 1871; 27 y. 1 d.
CORCORAN (see also Cochrane)
  • Cornelius, s. of Timothy and Catharine (b. in Ireland), of consumption, May 4, 1864; 56 y.
CORDELL
  • Margaret, d. of Bernard and Mary, of cholera infantum, Oct. 8, 1865; 8 m. 8 d.
CORMICK
  • William B., s. of Peter J. and Maria C. (b. in Pictou, N. S.), killed in battle, in Bull Run, Va., Aug. 29, 1862; 27 y.
  • P. J., s. of -----------, March 2, 1867; 23 y. (Gravestone.)
CORRIGAN (see also KERRIGAN)
  • Patrick,s. of Patrick and Bridget, of peritonitis, Jan. 10, 1871(?); 3 y. 9 m.
  • Dennis, s. of -----------, Sept. 17, 1866;(?) 10 m. 6 d. (Gravestone.)
CORRY
  • Sarah, d. of Robert and Catharine (b. in Boston), of teething, Sept. 12, 1854; 1 y. 1 m.
  • Catharine, d. of Michael and Ann (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Aug. 2, 1855; 26 y.
  • Nellie Maria, d. of Stephen W. and Julia, of cholera infantum, Jan. 31, 1862; 4 m.
  • Robert, s. of Daniel and Sarah (b. in Ireland), of diartrhoea, in Salisbury, N. C., Oct. 20, 1864; 41 y.
COSTELLO
  • Thomas, s. of Martin and Ann, of water on the brain, Jan. 15, 1866; 9 m.
  • Ellen, wife of Bartholomew, d. of -----------, Coleman (b. in Ireland), of stoppage of the bowels, Sept. 16, 1866; 53 y. [50 y., gravestone].
  • Margaret, d. of Matthew and Bridget, of obstruction of the bowels, March 21, 1870; 5 m. [4 m., gravestone].
  • Hannah, wife of Martin, d. of Thomas and Mary Flaherty (b. in Ireland), of childbirth, Dec. 24, 1870; 35 y.
  • Catharine, wife of Martin, d. of John and Bridget Donahoe (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Oct. 27, 1872; 22 y.
COTTLE
  • Jeremiah W., s. of Edmund and Content (b. in Tisbury, Mass.), of typhoid fever, Jan. 24, 1872; 17 y. 3 m. 8 d.
COTTON
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, d. of Rev. Roland, of Sandwich, deceased, Oct. 12, 1742; 46 y.
  • Susanna, d. of Rev. Josiah and Mrs. Susanna, Aug. 3, 1748; 10 y.
COUGHLIN
  • Bridget, wife of Edward, d. of Malakiah and Ellen Hart (b. in Ireland), of consumption, June 28, 1854; 28 y.
  • Mary Ann, d. of John and Joanna, March 26, 1865; 4 y. 10 m. (Gravestone)
COURSLAND
  • Isabella M., d. of -----------, (b. in Ireland), of typhoid fever, Sept. 26, 1864; 16 y.
COURTS
  • William, s. of William and Mary (b. in Boston), of diphtheria, March 8, 1864; 5 y. 8 m.
  • Catharine, d. of William and Mary, of lung fever, April 28, 1864; 11 m. 9 d.
  • Elizabeth, d. of William and Mary, of cholera infantum, Aug. 23, 1869; 1 y. 8 m. 9 d.
  • William Thomas, s. of William and Mary, of congestion of the lungs, March 5, 1872; 2 m.
COVELL
  • Philip, s. of Joseph and Alice, Feb. 12, 1692.
COVENY
  • John, s. of -----------,-----------,1842; 6 y. (Gravestone)
  • Bridget, d. of -----------,-----------, 1848; 18 m. (Gravestone)
  • Bridget, d. of -----------, March 12, 1860; 6 y. (Gravestone)
  • Bridget, d. of Jeremiah and Margaret (b. in Boston), of croup, March 26, 1861; 1 y. 9 m. 26 d.
  • Mary Ann, d. of -----------, May 16, 1870; 36 Jr. (Gravestone)
COWDRY
  • Amos, s. of Thomas and Hannah (b. in South Reading), of softening of the brain, Jan. 13, 1867; 71 y.
COX
  • Jenny, wife of Joseph, March 24, 1816.
  • Willie, s. of Rev. Leonard and Lydia, of weakness, Feb. 23, 1854; 4 h.
  • Lizzie, d. of Edward and Mary, of malformation of the heart, Sept 21, 1868; 14 d.
COXETER (see also Caxeter)
  • Margery, wife of John, Sept. 11, 1846; 49 y. (Gravestone)
  • John, s. of -----------, May 10, 1851; 55 y. (Gravestone)
CRAGGEN (see also Cragin and Creagan)
  • Rachel, d. of John, March 18, 1680.
  • Leah, d. of John, March 18, 1680.
  • John, s. of -----------, Jan. 26, 1704.
  • John, Sen., s. of -----------, Oct. 27, 1708.
  • Sarah, widow of -----------, Dec. 23, 1725.
  • Stephen D., s. of Stephen and Martha (b. in Hancock, N. H.), of apoplexy, in Boston, Sept. 3, 1861; 49 y.
CRAGIN(see also CRAGGEN)
  • Stephen D., se of -----------, (b. 1812), -----------, 1861.(Gravestone)
  • Mary J., d. of -----------, (b. 1830),-----------,1870. (Gravestone)
CRAIG
  • Lucy Ann, wife of Andrew D., d. of Maverick and Nancy Wyman, April 2, 1862; 49 y. (Gravestone)
  • Dennis, s. of -----------, (b. in Ireland), insane, found frozen to death, Jan. 8, 1865; 26 y. (?)
  • Andrew D., s. of -----------, Dec. 17, 1866; 57 y. (Gravestone)
CRAM
  • -----------, d. of -----------, of bowel complaint, Sept. 7, 1843; 1 y. 4 m.
  • -----------, s. of Hail and Mary, of cholera infantum, Feb. 16, 1846; 3 d.
  • Charles E., s. of John and Eliza, of cholera infantum, Oct. 17, 1848; 1 y. 8 m.
CRANE
  • Mary C., d. of J. P. and F. R., April 27, 1858; 2 y. 1 m. (Gravestone)
  • Charles L., s. of J. P. and F. R., May 7, 1858; 3 y. 10 m. (Gravestone)
  • Matilda H., d. of John P. and Faustina, April 30, 1863; 2 y. 10 m. 20 d.
CREAGAN
  • Lizzie E., wife of J.D., d. of Daniel Donovan (b. in N. B.), of Inflammation of womb, April 16, 1870; 28 y.
CREIGHTON
  • Caroline, d. of John and Mary, of cholera lnfantum, Sept. 1, 1850; 7 m. 16 d.
  • Michael J., s. of Peter and Rosanna (b. in Wilmington), June 14, 1872; 13 y. 9. m. 14 d. [17 y., gravestone]
CRIMMINS
  • Mary, wife of Dennis, d. of Edward and Jane Toomey (b. in Ireland), of childbirth, April 22, 1857; 25 y.
CRONIN
  • David, s. of Michael and Catharine, Aug. 11, 1862; 1 y. 7 m. (Gravestone)
  • Dennis, s. of -----------, (b. in Ireland), Sept. 22, 1870; 45 y. (Gravestone)
CROOKS
  • Ann M., wife of George (b. in Isle of Man), of rupture of the womb, Jan. 22, 1856; 36 y.
CROSBY
  • -----------, s. of Mr., of Boston, Oct. 14, 1841; 16 y.
  • Peter F., s. of Edward and Jane, of dropsy on the brain, Jan. 20, 1856; 4 m.
  • Olive F., d. of William and Maria, of whooping cough, Sept. 1, 1857; 2 m. 14 d.
CROWLEY
  • Julia Ann, d. of Bartholomew and Catharine, of cholera infantum, Aug. , 1859;(?) 7 m.
  • Timothy, s. of -----------,(b. in Ireland), April 13, 1870; 52 y. (Gravestone)
  • John, s. of Patrick and Eliza (b. in Ireland), Dec. 8, 1870; 14 d.
CUDWORTH
  • Clara M., d. of John R. and Nancy B., of dropsy, July 29, 1854; 1 y. 10 m. 7 d.
CULLEN
  • Jane, d. of Martin and Ellen, of cholera Infantum, July 27, 1859; 1 m. 2 d.
  • Martin, s. of Martin and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of consumption, May 2, 1861; 26 y.
  • Mary A., d. of Martin and Ellen, of cholera infantum, Sept. 8, 1861; 1 y.
  • Ellen, wife of Martin, d. of Barney and Alice Bradly, of consumption, Dec. 1, 1861; 24 y.
  • Bridget, d. of Thomas and Margaret, of cholera infantum, Sept. 24, 1870; 7 m. 13 d.
  • James Edward, s. of Owen and Bridget, of convulsions, March 24, 1872; 1 y. 8 m. 5 d.
CUMMINGS(For a genealogical record see p. 93)
  • John, s. of John and Mary, Dec. 15, 1693.
  • Mrs. Joanna, wife of Mr. David, Oct. 10, 1794; 65 y.
  • Infant, d. of Samuel, Sept. 4, 1798; 2 m.
  • Stephen, s. of-----------, April 12, 1804.
  • Jemima, wife of Ebenezer, June 15, 1809; 56 y.
  • Ebenezer, s. of -----------, June 4, 1821; 73 y.
  • Susan, d. of Ebenezer and Lydia, Sept. 8, 1837; 26 y.
  • Mr. Moses, s. of -----------, Sept. 10, 1840; 40 y.
  • Patrick, s. of Anthony and Ann (b. Oct. 21, 1844), Oct. 8, 1864; 19 y. 11 m. 12 d. (Gravestone)
  • Adeline A., wife of Ebenezer (b. in Farmington, N. H.), of consumption, May 6, 1846; 21 y.
  • Samuel, s. of Ebenezer and Jemina, of heart complaint, Oct. 20, 1847; 53 y. [52 y., gravestone]
  • John, s. of Cyrus and Sarah, of cholera infantum, Sept. 6, 1849; 3 m.
  • Warren, s. of Moses and Harriet, of erysipelas, Nov. 5, 1852; 25 y. 9 m.
  • Mary, widow of Stephen, d. of Isaac and Joanna Brooks, of dropsy, Feb. 6, [22, gravestone], 1853; 87 y.
  • Sarah A., d. of Ebenezer and Sarah, drowned in a tub, May 21, 1853; 4 y. 4 m. 11 d.
  • Louisa, d. of -----------, April 23, 1855; 41 y. (Gravestone)
  • Cora F., d. of Cyrus and Sarah, of teething, Oct. 17, 1855; 10 m. 10 d.
  • Alice, d. of Ebenezer and Sarah, of cholera infantum, Sept. 3, 1858; 4 m. 12 d.
  • Mary E., d. of Henry and Eliza (b. in Burlington), of perltonitls, June 10, 1859; 15 y.
  • Lydia, widow of Ebenezer, d. of Joshua and Susanna Tay, of old age, Oct. 27, 1859; 89 y. 4 m. 15 d.
  • Harriet, d. of Joshua and Desire, of consumption, Aug. 11, 1861; 32 y.
  • Stephen, s. of Ebenezer and Lydia, of consumption, Jan. 8, 1862; 48 y.
  • George, s. of Ebenezer and Sarah, of cholera infantum, Sept. 19, 1862; 5 m.
  • Charles S., s. of Cyrus and Sarah, of diphtheria, May 30, 1863; 6 y. 11 m. 3 d.
  • Mary, d. of Cyrus and Sarah, of diphtheria, June 21, 1863; 5 y. 4 m.
  • Elmer, s. of Ebenezer and Sarah W., of cholera Infantum, Nov. 11, 1863; 4 m. 7 d.
  • Angeline, wife of Eustace, d. of Clark and Mary J. Moore (b. in Cambridgeport) of childbirth, Dec. 15, 1863; 28 y. 2 m.
  • George E., s. of Eustace and Angeline of lung fever, April 18, 1864; 4 m. 18 d.
  • Mary Ellen, d. of William H. and Anna E., of cholera infantum, Sept. 19, 1865; 1 y.
  • Joanna, widow of Samuel, d. of Jonathan and Phebe Simonds, of dropsy, Jan. 26, 1866; 71 y. 10 m. 19 d.
  • Susan C., wife of E. E., d. of Darius and Lucy Goodwin (b. in Charleston, Vt.), of phthisis, Nov. 28, 1866; 25 y. 7 m.
  • Ruth, d. of Ebenezer and Jemima, of paralysis, April 27, 1867; 74 y. 5 m. 5 d.
  • John, s. of Ebenezer and Jemima, of natural decay, June 8, 1867; 82 y. 3 m.
  • Willie, s. of Ebenezer and Sarah W., of cholera Infantum, Aug. 10, 1867; 3 m. 21 d.
  • Evelina E., wife of Francis, d. of John O. and Elizabeth Page (b. in Andover), of consumption, Oct. 19, 1868; 29 y. 4 m.
  • Kate, d. of James and Honora, Nov. 19, 1868; 1 1/2 hours.
  • George, s. of Daniel and Abigail, March 18, 1871; 37 y. (Gravestone)
  • James E., s. of William H. and Elizabeth A., of scarlet fever, July 11, 1871; 5 y. 6 m. 18 d.
  • Joshua, s. of Ebenezer and Jemima, of inflammation of the kidneys, July 26, 1872; 81 y. 7 m. 18 d.
CUNNINGHAM
  • Robert, s. of -----------,-----------,1745.
  • Florentine C., d. of Lewis H. and Clarinda D., of cholera infantum, Sept. 8, 1848; 1 y. 6 m. 8 d.
  • Catharine, d. of Barney and Mary, of teething, Sept. 15, 1853; 11 m.
CURLEY
  • John Henry, s. of John and Mary, of canker, Oct. 24, 1865; 4 m. 21 d.
  • Mary Jane, d. of John and Mary J., of teething, Aug. 20, 1867; 1 y.
  • John, s. of John and Mary J. of inflammation of the bowels, July 4, 1872; 8 m. 22 d.
CURRAN
  • John James, s. of Patrick and Ellen (b. in Lowell), of scarlet fever, Sept. 23, 1862; 2 y. 10 d.
  • Charles, s. of James and Homora, (b. in Ireland), of enlarged liver, April 26, 1865; 40 y.
  • Mary Ellen, d. of Patrick and Ellen, of congestion of the brain, Sept. 2, 1865; 1 d.
CURRY(see Coury)
CURTIS
  • Frank D., s. of Job and Mary, of consumption, Aug. 23, 1855; 10 m. 2 d.
  • Mary S., wife of Job, d. of Samuel and Mary Silsbee (b. in Boston), of strangulation, Oct. 24, 1864; 48 y. 9 m.
  • Prudence, widow of James, d. of Joseph and Ruth Bird (b. in Charlestown), of old age, March 6, 1870; 79 y. 11 m.
CUSTY
  • Della, d. of John and Bridget, run over by a wagon, June 15, 1871; 2 y. 7 m.
CUTLER
  • Mary, d. of John, May 8, 1655.
  • John, Sen., s. of -----------, of the smallpox, in the family of Isaac Brooks, 1678 or 1678-79.
  • Anna, wife of John, July 24, 1681.
  • John, s. of John, Jan. 17, 1683.
  • John, s. of John, Dec. 7, 1684.
  • John, s. of -----------, Nov. 25, 1709.
  • Elizabeth, widow of John, Jan. 9, 1710.
  • Sarah, widow of -----------, March 14, 1722.
  • Anna, d. of -----------, Feb. 6, 1738.
  • Lydia, wife of Mr. John, April 27, 1748.
  • Lieut. Nathaniel, s. of -----------, Aug. 25, 1748 ; in his 49th year.
  • Mr. John, s. of -----------, Jan. 10, 1767; 81 y.
  • Mrs. Rachal, widow of Mr. John, Aug. 22, 1784; in her 84th year.
  • -----------, s. of Samuel, Jan. 29, 1785; 9 m.
  • -----------, child of Samuel, June 7, 1788; 1 m.
  • -----------, wife of Micah, Nov. 29, 1792; 31 y. 3 m.
  • -----------, child of Micah, March 25, 1794; 1 y. 9 m.
  • Micah, s. of -----------, Sept. 2, 1796; 33 y.
  • -----------, child of Marshall and Catharine, May 22, 1833.
  • Arvilla, d. of William and Helen, of scarlet fever, Nov. 15, 1848; 1 y. 11 m. 24 d.
  • Adaline R., d. of S. P. and A., Sept. 14, 1849; 14 m. 10 d. (Gravestone)
  • Mary, widow of James (b. in Wilmington), of suicide by hanging, April 5, 1850; 68 y.
  • Darius J., s. of Amos C. and Melinda B., of weakness, April 8, 1850; 4 d.
  • Elvira E., d. of Amos E. and Margaret B., Oct. 26, 1850; 2 y. 9 m. (Gravestone)
  • John W., s. of Sylvester and Adaline, of cholera infantum, Sept. 28, 1852; 1 y. 2 m. 5 d.
  • Jesse, s. of Samuel and -----------, (b. in Burlington), of consumption, Nov. 30, 1852; 62 y.
  • Jesse, s. of Jesse and Lydia, of dropsy on brain, Jan. 12, 1859; 2 y. 6 m.
  • Lydia, wife of Jesse, d. of Levi and Ann Babbage (b. in Deer Isle, Me.), of dropsy, Aug 31, 1859; 37 y.
  • Thomas B., s. of Jesse W. and Lydia, drowned, Sept. 24, 1860; 2 y. 6 m.
  • Blanche M., d. of Edward W. and Elmira A., of dropsy, Feb. 6, 1871; 1 m. 26 d.
CUTTER
  • Nabby, wife of John [Joseph,-----------, S. Thompson, Esq.], May 27, 1786; 22 y. John, s. of -----------, March 15, 1789; 83 y.
  • -----------, child of Mr.-----------,-----------,1823. Capt. John, s. of -----------, Nov. 23, 1825; 55 y.
  • William, s. of-----------, Oct. 22, 1826; 25 y.
  • Mary Ann Eliza, d. of Dr. Benjamin and Mary, April 4, 1832; 1 1/2 y.
  • Eliza M., d. of Stephen and Maria P., Feb. 14, 1843; 4 m. 6 d.
  • John, s. of John and Mary (b, in Medford), of bowel complaint, Aug. 13, 1843; 47 y.
  • Samuel, s. of -----------, of consumption, Nov. 3, 1843; 59 y.
  • George H., s. of Samuel B. and Mary, of weakness, Nov. 4, 1846; 1 m. 21 d.
  • Mary, widow of John (b, at Medford), of palsy, Feb. 27, 1848; 75 y. 8 m.
  • Harriet H., d. of Samuel B. and Mary, of canker, Aug. 15, 1850; 1 m. 21 d.
  • Benjamin L., s. of Benjamin and Mary, of typhoid fever, in Mauch Chunk, Pa., March 23, 1852; 28 y. 6 m.
  • William H., s. of Samuel B. and Mary, of cholera infantum, June 29, 1853; 5 m. 22 d.
  • Willie, s. of Samuel B and Mary, of consumption, Oct. 4, 1854; 6 m. 6 d.
  • Susan, widow of Samuel, d. of -----------, Brown (b. in Groton), of suicide, May 6, 186(?); 73 y. 11 m. 6 d [72 y., gravestone)
  • Samuel B., s. of Samuel and Susan (b. in West Cambridge), of consumption, May 2, 1862; 47 y.
  • Fannie [Jennie, gravestone] L., d. of Benjamin S. and Ellen, of croup, Jan. 18, 1863; 3 y. 3 m. 10 d.
  • Thomas Sullivan, s. of Ephraim and Rebecca S., of scarlatina, Jan. 31, 1863; 1 y. 11 m. 15 d.
  • Elizabeth E., d. of Stephen and Marla P., of scarlet fever, April 1, 1863; 17 y. 25 d.
  • Dr. Benjamin, s. of Ephraim and Deborah (b. in West Cambridge), of pneumonia, March 9, 1864; 60 y. 9 m. 4 d.
  • Sergt. Benjamin, s. of Samuel B. and Mary, killed in battle, in Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864; 24 y. 9 m. 29 d.
  • Alonzo N., s. of Edward and Fanny (b. in Charlestown), of phthisis, Aug. 23, 1868; 36 y. 6 m. 8 d.
  • Rebecca R., d. of Ephraim and Rebecca, of whooping cough, Feb. 1, 1869; 1 y. 3 m.
  • Mary W., wife of B. Cutter, M. D,, at Hartford, Ct., June 6, 1871; 66 y. (Gravestone)
DALAND (see Deland)
DALE
  • Joanna, widow of -----------, March 8, 1733.
  • Nancy E., d. of -----------, Nov. 27, 1837; 21 y.
  • Hannah, widow of Samuel, d. of Thomas and Mary Blogget, of old age, May 22, 1861; 83 y. 6 m.
DALEY(see also Delay)
  • Mary E., d. of Jeremiah and Mary A., of cholera Infantum, Aug. 24, 185(?); 1 y. 1 m.
  • Edward, s. of James and Ann, of measles, Aug. 29, 1862; 2 y. 10 m.
  • Susanna, d. of James and Ann, of cholera infantum, Aug. 19, 1869; 9 m.
  • Bridget, widow of -----------, d. of Edward Kerrigan (b. in Ireland), March 29, 1870, 70 y.
  • Kattie, d. of John and Mary, July 23, 1871; 5 m. 14 d. (Gravestone)
  • Catharine, d. of John and Mary (b. in Roxbury), of cholera infantum, July 23, 1872; 5 m. 14 d.
  • Margaret F., wife of John T., d. of John Meagher (b. in Brooklyn, N. Y.), of consumption, Oct. 20, 1872; 22 y.
DALTON
  • Mr. Joseph, s. of -----------, Jan. 17, 1833; 59 y.
  • Hannah R., wife of Tristram, d. of John B. and Lucy Beers (b. in Reading), of lung fever, April 13, 1869; 57 y. 5 m.
  • George O., s. of Tristram and Hannah R., of suicide, Feb. 12, 1870; 37 y. 1 m. 2 d.
  • James O., s. of George O. and Louisa M. (b. in Saratoga, N. Y.), of perlostitis, Feb. 4, 1872; 14 y. 11 m.
DAMON
  • Lydia, widow of -----------, at William Nichols's, Nov. 15, 1805; 53 y.
  • -----------, child of Joseph, Oct. 23, 1822; 3 w.
  • Susanna, d. of Joseph and Sukey (b. in Charlestown), of consumption, at the poor house, Oct. 24, 1845; 19 y.
  • Sukey, wife of Joseph, d. of Josiah and Judith Brown, of consumption, March 1, 1846; 54 y.
  • Joseph, s. of Joseph and Patience (b. in Reading), of consumption, April 3, 1848; 65 y.
  • Nelson L., s. of John F. and Helen (b. in Medford), of lung fever, April 17, 1851; 2 y. 8 m. 17 d.
  • Martha E., d. of James and Louisa (b. in Stoneham), of scarlet fever, May 8, 1851; 18 y.
  • Helen M., wife of John F., d. of Archibald and Aseneth -----------, (b. in Montville, Me.), of phthlsis, July 30, 1860; 30 y.
  • Helen, d. of John P. and Helen, of phthisis, Aug. 9, 1860; 7 m.
DANFORTH
  • Annie Phebe, d. of Daniel W. and Phebe, of weakness, April 17, 1849; 14 d.
  • Saphronia G., wife of Stearns, d. of Sampson and -----------, (b. in Lunenburg), of consumption, Nov. 23, 1853; 45 y.
  • Silas C., s. of Daniel W. and Phebe, of cholera Infantum, Sept. 28, 1854; 8 m. 10 d.
  • Stearns, s. of John and Mary (b. in Tyngsborough), of pleurisy, March 25, 1856; 63 y.
  • Edwin S., s. of Stearns and Sophronla, of typhoid fever, in Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 29, 1862.
DANIELS
  • Abbie M., wife of Charles H., d. of Larkin and Susan Livingston, of consumption, June 9, 1856; 26 y.
  • Charles, s. of Charles H. and Abble L., Oct. 9, 1856; 9 m. 3 d. (Gravestone)
DARLING
  • Lydia, widow of William, d. of William and Hannah Fuller (b. in Woodstock, Vt.), of old age, Oct. 7, 1860; 84 y. 10 m. 2 d.
DARMODY
  • Mary Ellen, d. of James and Ellen, of dropsy on the brain, Sept. 15, 1865; 8 m.
  • James, B. of John and Julia (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Aug. 14, 1866; 25 y. 6 m.
  • James R., s. of James and Ellen, Nov. 20, 1866; 4 m. (Gravestone)
DAVIS
  • Sarah, wife of Nicholas, May 24, 1643.
  • ------------, Infant child of Joseph, Feb. 27, 1808; 12 d.
  • Elijah, Jr., s. of ------------, Dec. 7, 1809; 26 y.
  • ------------, child of Samuel, Sept. 10 (?), 1826.
  • ------------, a child from Boston, at Dr. Hubbard's, Jan. 8, 1827; 3 d.
  • ------------, child of Samuel, March 23, 1827; 3 w.
  • Deacon Thaddeus, e. of (Stephen and Elizabeth, of Bedford), Sept. 12, 1830; 77 y.
  • Melllcent, wife of Nathaniel, Dec. 7, 1835; 75 y.
  • Nathaniel, s. of ------------, and wife buried same time, Dec. 10, 1835; 76 y.
  • Joshua, 2d, s. of ------------, April 27, 1835; 47 y.
  • Nancy J., wife of Charles G. (b. in Strafford, N.H.), of consumption, Jan. 8, 18(?)6; 35 y.
  • Samuel H., s. of ------------, Aug. 24, 1850; 48 y. (Gravestone, see p.144)
  • ------------, d. of Llewellyn P. and Ann W., of malformation of the head, May 6, 1851; 2 d.
  • Ann W., wife of Llewellyn P. (b. in Rockville, Md.), of chronic diarrhea, May 20, 1851; 39 y.
  • Susanna, widow of Thaddeus, formerly widow of Samuel Tidd, d. of Bartholomew and Sarah Richardson, of old age, April 20, 1852; 83 y. 3 m. 20 d.
  • John A. s. of Charles G. and Nancy J., of Inflammation of the stomach, May 5, 1862; 17 y. 3 m.
  • Joseph H., s. of Joseph and Phebe (b. in Limington, Me.), of disease of liver, May 28, 1865; 53 y. 9 m. 18 d.
  • Charles G., s. of John and Lydia (b. in New Durham, N. H.,), of consumption, July 14, 1866; 58 y. 3 m.
  • Richard, s. of Richard and Mary Ann, of meningitis, Aug. 23, 1869; 6 y. 1 m.
  • Henry N., s. of Thomas J. and Ann M. (b. in Portland, Me.), of consumption, March 18, 1872; 24 y. 2 m.
DAY
  • Rosanna, wife of Thomas, d. of Paul and Rosanna Allen (b. in Freeport, Me.), of consumption, April 12, 1852; 80 y.
  • Albert, s. of Thomas and Clara M., of weakness, Oct. 4, 1855; 2 h.
  • Alfred, s. of Thomas and Clara M., of weakness, Oct. 4, 1855; 5 h.
  • Ursula, d. of Thomas and Clara M., March 18, 1865 ; 1 y. 5 m. 21 d.
  • Sarah L., wife of Charles H., d. of James and Rachel Rogers (b. in Elliot, Me.), of consumption, Aug. 12, 1866; 32 y.
  • Fred C., s. of John W. and Julia A., July 11, 1870; 14 d.
DEALE(see Dale)
DEAN
  • Sarah, d. of William and Martha, March 6, 1688.
  • Martha, d. of ---------,---------,1711.
  • Sarah, d. of ---------, at Charlestown, of smallpox, Nov. 15, 1721.
  • Molly, d. of John and Mary, July 20, 1739.
  • Patience, wife of Edward, June 15, 1741.
  • Mr. John, s. of ---------, Feb. , 1751.
  • ---------, wife of Samuel, Feb. 17, 1751.
  • ---------, d. of Thomas, June 5, 1784; 1 y. 8 m.
  • ---------, wife of Thomas, Nov 4, 1787.
  • ---------, infant d. of Lemuel, Feb. 19, 1787.
  • Thomas, s. of ---------, eaten of worms, Jan. 8, 1788; 77 y.
  • Mr. Supply, s. of ---------, April 26, 1790; 40 y.
  • Capt. Thomas, s. of ---------, in the West Indies,---------,1790.
  • ---------, infant s. of Lemuel, Sept. 10, 1790; 1/2 m.
  • John, s. of ---------, of canker and canker rash, Jan. 31, 1795; 3 y.
  • ---------, child of Lemuel, Oct. 20, 1798; 1 m.
  • Joseph, s. of Thomas, choked, June 15, 1809; 7 m.
  • ---------, child of John, Aug. 6, 1826.
  • ---------, child of Mr. Joseph, Oct. 5, 1828; 14 m.
  • Abigail, d. of Lemuel and Abigail, of cholera morbus, Sept. 13, 1848; 68 y.
  • George Baxter, s. of Joseph W. and Harriet, of scarlet fever, May 8, 1849; 1 y. 6 m.
  • Joseph, s. of Samuel and Susanna (b. in Wilmington), of consumption, March 29, 1853; 73 y. 9 m.
  • Caroline I., wife of Charles, d. of Josiah and Irene Crocker (b. in Lebanon, N. H.), of consumption, March 25, 1855; 27 y. 11 m.
  • Sarah J., d. of Joseph G. and Harriet, of hypertrophy of the heart, March 2, 1857; 6 y.
  • Daniel O., s. of Michael and Nancy (b in Wilmington), of consumption, March 2, 1858; 23 y. 7 m.
  • Cynthia L., d. of William L. and Julia A., of stomatitis, Oct. 14, 1859; 8 m. 22 d.
  • Harriet E., d. of John and Sarah, of premature birth, Nov. 6, 1859; 1 h.
  • John, a. of John and Mehitable, of pericarditis, March 31, 1860; 38 y. 9 m.15 d. [39 y. 2 m., gravestone].
  • Michael, s. of Michael and Esther (b. in Wilmington), Sept. 11, 1860; 54 y.
  • Ruth Marla, d. of Henry W. and Hannah M., of scarlet fever, Dec. 26, 1862; 2 y. 9 m.
  • Charles S., s. of John and Mehitable, of brain fever, in Georgetown, D. C., April 1, 1862; 31 y. 9 m.
  • Joseph, s. of Joseph G. and Harriet, of croup, Feb. 22, 1863; 8 y. 6 m.
  • Benjamin Butler, s, of Joseph G. and Harriet, of scarlet fever, March 18, 1863; 8 m.
  • Nancy, widow of Michael, d. of Daniel and Nancy Simonds (b. in Beverly), of consumption, Nov. 28, 1864; 53 y. 10 m.
  • Abner L., s. of ---------, Nov. 22, 1867; 28 y. 10 m (Gravestone.)
  • Ruth, widow of Joseph, d. of John and ---------, Pelsue (b. in Chelmsford), of bronchitis, June 25, 1868; 80 y.1 m. 8 d.
  • Laura J., d. of John and Sarah, July 26, 1869; 20 y. 11 m. (Gravestone)
  • Harriet, wife of Joseph G., d. of ---------,Tandy, of cancer, Oct. 9, 1870; 44 y. 4 m. 20 d.
  • Sarah E., d. of ---------, Feb. 17, 1871; 25 y. 1 m. 21 d. (Gravestone)
DEARBORN
  • Emma L., d. of James and Margaret, of bowel complaint, July 23, 1844; 11 m.
  • James [Amos, gravestone], son of Andrew and Mary (b. in Brookline),of scarlet fever, April 28, 1851; 6 y. 3 m.
  • Harriet H., d. of Daniel and Harriet, of disease of the heart, Jan. 13, 1854; 8 m. 5 d.
  • Sarah F., d. of ---------,(b. Dec. 11, 1851), Aug. 11, 1854. (Gravestone)
  • Augustine H., s. of---------, (b. Sept. 28, 1849,) April 8, 1856 (Gravestone.)
  • Andrew, s. of Sherburn and Sarah (b. in Bedford, N. H.), of cancer, April 11, 1866; 55 y. 9 m.
  • Mary Jane, wife of Andrew, March 12, 1871; 58 y. 7 m. (Gravestone)
DEARING
  • Charles W. A., s. of Charles S. and Mary, of congestion of the brain, July 17, 1872; 3 m. 23 d.
DEBLOIS
  • Charles, s. of James and Tabitha (b. in Charlestown), of consumption, Sept. 30, 1859; 20 y. 10 m.
  • James, s. of ---------, (b. in ---------,), of paralysis, Sept. 8, 1862; 76 y. 11 m. 8 d.
DEERY
  • Owen, s. of Neal and Mary, March 25, 1860; 7 d.
  • Mary, d. of ---------, July 8, 1866; 26 y. (Gravestone)
DEGNAN
  • William, s. of ---------, Oct. 13, 1869; 4 y. 11 m. (Gravestone)
DELAND
  • ---------, child of Benjiniin, March 27, 1829; 3 m.
  • Sarah, wife of Benjamin, d. of Joseph and Sally (?) Thayer (b. in Watertown), of heart complaint, Feb. 13, 1844; 47 y.
  • Joseph F., s. of Benjamin and Sally, of dysentery, Oct. 9, 1848; 33 y. (32 y. gravestone).
  • Lucy M., wife of Joseph E., March 13, 1870; 63 y. (Gravestone)
  • Benjamin, s. of Benjamin and Hannah (b. in Beverly), of disease of the bladder, Feb. 24, 1872; 78 y. 7 m.
DELAY
  • Jeremiah, s. of Dennis and Mary, of Inflammation of brain, May 26, 1858; 1 y. 4 m.
DELLIAR
  • William A., s. of Charles and Eliza, of dropsy on the brain, Oct. 12, 1854; 1 y. 5 m. 2 d.
DeLORLEA
  • Ida E., d. of Nathaniel and Emma (b. in SackvIlle, N. S.), of scarlet fever, June 6, 1868; 8 y. 8 m.
  • Francis, s. of Francis and Mary (b. in France), of paralysis, June 13, 1871; 85y.
  • Emma Jane, d. of Joseph B. and Harriet, of congestion, Oct. 27, 1872; 1 d.
DENNEN
  • Walter Knight, s. of Stephen R. and Clara (b. in Providence, R. I.), of heart disease, May 15, 1870; 2 y. 23 d.
DENNETT
  • John R., s. of James and Margaret (b. in Nova Scotia), drowned at Boston depot, Sept. 20, 1856; 56 y.
  • Mary, widow of John, d. of William and Ellen Dalton (b. in Plymouth, Eng.), of paralysis, Nov. 24, 1862; 59 y. 5 m.
  • Robert M., s. of John R. and Mary (b. in Chatham, N. B.), of wounds, in Washington, D. C., April 12, 1865; 24 y. 6 m. [25 y., gravestone]
DESPEAU
  • Van Rensselaer, s. of Van Rensselaer and Catharine, of fits, July 27, 1853; 16 d.
DEVER
  • William, s. of John and Bridget, of dropsy on the brain, Dec. 20, 1855; 1 y. 9 m. 18 d.
  • James, s. of Hugh and Bridget, of croup, April 21, 1861; 3 y. 4 m.
  • Charles, s. of Thomas and Catharine, of dropsy on the brain, Oct. 16, 1861; 8 m.
  • John, s. of William and Nancy (b, in Cambridge), of consumption, April 14, 1862; 28 y.
  • Bridget, d. of John and Bridget, May 24, 1862; 8 m. 18 d.
  • Elizabeth, d. of Hugh and Bridget, of premature birth, March 30, 1865; 8 d.
  • James Edward, s. of Patrick J. and Mary A., of scarlet fewer, Aug. 3, 1871; 11 y. 5 m.
  • James, s. of Dennis and Susan, of typhoid fever, Sept. 15, 1871; 20 y.
  • Josephine, d. of Hugh and Bridget, of scarlatina, Sept. 28, 1871; 1 y. 9 m.
DEVINE
  • Katie, d. of James and ---------, (b. in Lexington), Jan. 12, 1872; 11 y.
DEVLIN
  • Dennis, S. of John and Mary, of dropsy, Nov. 9, 1852; 1 y. 6 m.
  • Mary, wife of John, d. of Mardolph and Ellen Sullivan (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Nov. 30, 1855; 27 y.
  • John, s. of William and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of consumption, April 7, 1860; 37 y.
DEVOLL
  • Mary D,, d. of Frederick and Lucy H., of scarlet fever, Jan. 31, 1863; 1 y. 5 m.
DEXTER
  • ---------, d. of David, Nov. 26, 1800.
DICKEY
  • Agnes A., d. of Samuel and Adrianna, Dec. 19, 1869; 17 d.
  • Addle J., d. of Samuel and Adrianna, Dec. 20, 1869; 18 d.
DIGENS
  • Hannah, d. of ---------, July 5, 1869; 6 m. 15 d. (Gravestone)
DIMICK
  • Chauncy B., s. of Paul and Mary Ann (b. in Hartford), of heart disease, Nov. 24, 1862; 38 y. 10 m. 27 d.
DINEEN
  • Mary, d. of Edward and Mary, July 25, 1872; 17 y. 3 m. (Gravestone)
DITSON
  • Thomas, s. of Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Elizabeth, April 11, 1740; 1 y. 9 m. 15 d.
  • Sarah, d. of Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Elizabeth, June 26, 1745; 2 y. 1 m. 26 d.
  • Mr. Thomas, s. of ---------, June 14, 1778; 79 y.
  • ---------, widow of ---------, suddenly. Oct. 13, 1790; 79 y.
  • Samuel, Jr., s. of ---------, Aug. 30, 1794; 22 y.
DIX
  • ---------, child of Capt. Nathan, Sept. 20, 1778; 1 y. 10 m.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Capt. Nathan, Feb. 28, 1780; 31 y. 6 m.
DODD
  • ---------, child of ---------, Sept. 16, 1778; 2 y. 4 m.
  • ---------, s. of ---------, Sept. 21, 1778; 4 y. 6 m.
DODGE
  • ---------, s. of Andrew, Sept. 12, 1781; 3 y.
DOHERTY
  • James, s. of Cornelius and Bridget, of bronchitis, May 14, 1849; 6 m. 4 d.
  • Margaret E., d. of Cornelius and Bridget, of dropsy on the brain, May 24, 1851; 6 m. 8 d.
  • Jane, wife of William (b. in Ireland), of puerperal convulsion, May 29, 1851; 24 y.
  • Bridget, d. of John and Margaret, of croup, Nov. 21, 1851; 7 m. 21 d.
  • Catharine, d. of John and Hannah, of croup, Jan. 7, 1855; 4 y. 7 m.
  • Mary, d. of John and Hannah, of croup, Jan. 7, 1855; 3 y. 3 m.
  • John, s. of Philip and Ann, of scarlet fever, Jan. 26, 1856; 7 m.
  • James, s. of James and Catharine (b. in Ireland), scalded, Jan. 2, 1857; 22 y.
  • Catharine, d. of Anthony and Nancy, of purpura (?), Nov. 30, 1858; 2 m. 24 d.
  • Sarah, d. of Hugh and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Feb. 17, 1861; 29 y.
  • Ann, d. of Edward and Mary, of croup, Nov. 26, 1861; 21 d.
  • Michael, s. of Hugh and Catharine (b. in Ireland), of old age, Feb. 27, 1862; 86 y.
  • Michael, s. of James and Catharine (b. in Ireland), of consumption, March 20, 1863; 24 y.
  • Rose, d. of Michael and Catharine (b. in Ireland), June 24, 1863; 38 y.
  • Daniel, s. of Anthony and nancy, Sept. 21, 1863; 10 m. 13 d.
  • Edward, s. of Ferdinand and Ellen (b. in Ireland), of dysentery, Sept. 23, 1863; 50 y.
  • Timothy H.,s. of Daniel and Hannah, of cholera infantum, Oct. 1, 1863; 1 y.
  • Anthony, s. of Anthony and Ann, of croup, May 14, 1864; 2 m.
  • Sarah, d. of Neal and Mary, of paralysis, June 7, 1864; 4 y. 1 m. 15 d.
  • Ann, wife of ---------, d. of John and Catharine Doherty (b. in Ireland), of consumption, June 8, 1864; 28 y.
  • Alice, wife of ---------, d. of James and Anna Doherty (b. in Ireland), of consumption, July 24, 1864; 50 y.
  • Daniel, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Sept. 8, 1864; 28 y.
  • Patrick, s. of Neal and Mary, of spasms, Sept. 20, 1864 ; 9 m. 5 d.
  • Peter, s. of Michael and Mary (b. in Ireland), of wounds, in Washington, D. C., May 19, 1864; 22 y. 2 m.
  • Mary Ellen, d. of Edward and Bridget, of whooping cough, Jan. 6, 1865; 1 m. 1 d.
  • Mary Ann, wife of Michael, d. of John and Mary McDermott (b. in Ireland), of cancer, May 17, 1865; 52 y. 4 m.
  • Michael, s. of Hugh and Catharine, of smallpox, May 19, 1865; 1 y.
  • Patrick, s. of ---------, (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Nov. 13, 1865; 35y.
  • Patrick, s. of John D. and Mary, of congestion of the lungs, Feb. 5, 1866; 2 d.
  • Michael, s. of ---------, Feb. 18, 1866; 9 y. 7 m. 14 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Margaret, d. of James and Catharine, of cholera infantum, July 24, 1866; 8 m. 25 d.
  • Philip, s. of Hugh and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of phthlsis, March 25, 1867; 60 y.
  • Robert, s. of Anthony and ---------, of spasms, July 29, 1867; 3 d.
  • Hugh, s. of Hugh and Catharine, of measles, Aug. 20, 1867; 11 m.
  • John, s. of Hugh and Catharine, of laryngitis, Jan. 30, 1868; 8 m.
  • Philip, s. of John and Hannah, of whooping cough, Sept. 26, 1868; 3 m.
  • Margaret, wife of John, d. of Daniel and Margaret Caliahan (b. in Ireland), of dysentery, Sept. 28, 1868; 52 y.
  • Philip, s. of James and Ellen, March 22, 1869; 1 d.
  • Bernard, s. of John N. and Mary, of premature birth, Oct. 30, 1869; 30 min.
  • Edward, s. of Michael and Mary A. (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Nov. 8, 1869; 25 y.
  • George F., s. of Francis and Margaret (b. in Ireland), drowned, March 9, 1870; 33 y.
  • Mary, widow of Edward, d. of Owen and Margery Kenney (b. in Ireland), of rheumatism; Sept. 19, 1870; 51 y.
  • Sarah, d. of Daniel and Hannah, of convulsions, Nov. 4, 1870; 4 y.
  • Hannah, wife of Daniel, d. of Thomas and Hannah ---------,(b. in Ireland), of dropsy, Dec. 15, 1870; 36 y.
  • Catharine, d. of James and Catharine, Dec. 28, 1870; 8 d.
  • Mary, d. of James and Ellen, of pemphygus, Feb. 19, 1871; 5 m. 8 d.
  • Mary, d. of Patrick D. and Mary (b. in Ireland), of scarlet fever, June 25, 1871; 3 y. 6 m.
  • Mary, d. of James and Catharine, of scarlet fever, June 28, 1871; 4 y. 3 m.
  • Maggie Ann, d. of James and Catharine, of scarlet fever, June 30, 1871; 2 y. 4 m.
  • Catharine, d. of John A. and Matilda, of diphtheria, Aug. 5, 1871; 5 m. 25 d.
  • Henry, s. of John A. and Matilda, of scarlet fever, Aug. 7, 1871; 9 m.
  • Margaret, d. of James and Catharine, of congestion of the brain, Aug. 12, 1871; 4 y.
  • Daniel, s. of Philip and Eunice (b. in Ireland), of consumption, June 10, 1872; 29 y.
  • Margaret, d. of James and Catharine, of cholera infantum, July 16, 1872; 8 m. 4 d.
  • Sarah, d. of ---------, July 20, 1872; 1 y. 7 d. (Gravestone)
  • Mary, d. of ---------, June 28, 1872; 33 y. (Gravestone)
  • Ellen, d. of Hugh and Grace, of cholera Infantum, Sept. 19, 1872; 9 m. 9 d.
DOLAN
  • Ellen, wife of ---------, d. of Charles and Bridget Dolan (b. in Ireland), of congestion of the brain, July 13, 1863; 57 y.
  • Thomas, s. of Patrick and Mary, Aug. 4, 1871; 1/2 h.
  • Margaret, d. of James and Ann, June 24, 1872; 3 y. 11 m. 4 d.
DONAHOE
  • Michael, s. of Michael and Ellen (b. in Ireland), of lung fever, April 23, 1864; 23 y.
  • James, s. of Michael and Mattie (b. in Ireland), of lumbar abscess, Aug. 21, 1866; 48 y.
  • Coleman, s. of Patrick and ---------, (b. in Ireland), of sunstroke, July 12, 1868; 35 y.
  • ---------, s. of Jeremiah and Catharine, June 4, 1869; 5 min.
  • Andrew, s. of Patrick and Sarah, of pneumonia, April 17, 1871; 1 y. 10 m.
  • Maggie, d. of John and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of consumption, March 7, 1872; 24 y.
DOOLLEY
  • Catharine, d. of ---------, May 6, 1870; 73 y. 2 m. (Gravestone.)
DOORLY
  • ---------, s. of James and Mary, Jan. 6, 1861; 8 h.
  • Fanny, d. of Martin and Bridget, of apoplexy, Nov. 6, 1869; 15 y. 7 m.
  • Mary, wife of James, d. of Michael and Ellen ---------, (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Oct. 11, 1870; 42 y.
DORR
  • Rinaldo, s. of George W. and Susan A. (b. in Stoneham), of congestion of the lungs, Oct. 24, 1859; 6 y.
DORRINGTON
  • ---------,---------, of Hugh and Mary, stillborn, Nov. 14, 1866.
DOUGLAS
  • A maid died at Mr. Douglas's, Sept. ,1775.
  • Mr. Robert, s. of ---------,, died in Portland, of old age, Nov. 15, 1794.
DOW
  • Celinda, d. of ---------, Oct. 16, 1842; 4 m.
  • James Henry, s. of Stephen and Celinda, of dysentery, July 21 [12, gravestone], 1846; 1 y. 5 m 17 d.
  • Ebenezer, s. of Jesse and Eleanor (b. in Meredith, N. H.,), of consumption, Jan. 5, 1857; 35 y.
  • James N., s. of James N. and Ellen S., of scarlatina, April 14, 1857; 2 y. 6 m.
  • Judith, wife of Benjamin F., d. of Artemas and Lydia Rogers (b. to Henniker, N. H.), of convulsions, June 23, 1861; 36 y. 9 m. 25 d.
DOWNEY
  • Honora, d. of John and Mary (b. in Billerica), of pericarditis, March 18, 1870; 4 y.
DOWNING
  • Horace A., s. of Robert and Sarah (b. in Alexandria, N. H.), of typhoid fever, Feb. 27, 1862; 23 y.
DOYLE
  • Rebecca, d. of Robert and Joanna, Feb. 1, 1698.
  • Robert, s. of ---------, Feb. 9, 1700.
  • Julia A., d. of John and Julia, of weakness, Oct. 2, 1855; 21 d.
  • Ellen, d. of ---------, Oct. 26, 1856; 45 y. (Gravestone)
  • Ellen, d. of Daniel and Ellen, Aug. 19, 1861; 22 y. (Gravestone)
  • Julia A., wife of John B., d. of Abijah and Celinda Thompson, of apoplexy, Dec. 8, 1867; 40 y. 2 m. 24 d.
  • Maggie, d. of Martin and Mary, of diphtheria, Dec. 8, 1868; 3 y. 5 m. 17 d.
DREW
  • Francisco W., s. of S. W. and Mary P., of dropsy in head, May 11, 1846; 2 m. 24 d.
DROWN
  • Henry, son of Samuel H. and Abigail (b. in Malden), of consumption, March 5, 1871; 36 y. 7 m. 22 d.
DUDLEY
  • Edward M., s. of Matthew and Catharine (b. in Boston), of heart disease, in Washington, D. C., Oct. 10, 1864; 22 y. 1 m. 5 d.
DUFFY
  • Catharine, d. of Patrick and Catharine [Bridget, gravestone], of measles, March 13, 1856; 3 y. 11 m.
  • Catharine, wife of James, d. of John and Sarah Powell (b. in Boston), of phthisis, Dec. 29, 1865; 22 y.
  • Sarah, d. of James and Catharine, Dec. 31, 1865; 11 m.
  • Mary, widow of Patrick, d. of John and ---------, Riley (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Feb. 25, 1868; 70 y.
  • Alice Louisa, d. of Patrick and Alice, of diphtheria, Oct. 28, 1869; 5 y. 11 m. 16 d.
  • Bridget, wife of Patrick, d. of George and Catharine Murray (b. in Ireland), of pneumonia, Dec. 8, 1869; 40 y.
  • Emma, d. of Patrick and Bridget, June 23, 1870; 6 m. 19 d.
DUNBERRY
  • Peter, s. of Peter and Ann, of scarlet fever, Feb. 16, 1871; 4 y. 1 m. 27 d.
  • Henry, s. of Peter and Ann, of scarlet fever, Feb. 17, 1871; 6 y. 5 m. 11 d.
DUNCAN
  • Elizabeth, d. of Matthew and Eunice D. (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Oct. --, 1847; 27 y.
  • Agnes, d. of John and Jane, of cholera infantum, Sept. 10, 1858; 9 m.
  • Arthur [Thomas A., gravestone], s. of Robert and Jennie D., of congestion of the lungs, Feb. 18, 1860; 2 m.
DUNHAM
  • ---------, widow of ---------, Aug. 30, 1774.
DUNNING
  • Martha, widow of Julius L., d. of Newton and Beulah Whittlesey (b. in Middletown, Conn.), of consumption, May 21, 1857; 74 y. 6 m.
DUNTON
  • Emma M., d. of Warren and Abbie M., of cholera infantum, May 5, 1872; 6 d.
DURANT
  • Bridget, wife of Thomas, d. of ---------, Connolly (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Sept. 1, 1870; 38 y.
DUREN
  • ---------, infant of Abraham, March 26, 1802.
  • Abraham, s. of ---------, Sept 14, 1821.
  • Abraham, s. of Abraham and Lydia (Gould) Duren (b. Sept. 16, 1776), Oct. 15, 1822.
  • Sybil, wife of Samuel R., d. of Thomas and Prudence Spaulding, of consumption, Dec. 11, 1836; 49 y.
  • Samuel R., s. of Abraham and Mary, of consumption, Oct. 8, 1862; 59 y. 4 m. 9 d.
  • Mary, widow of ---------, d. of Jesse and Huldah Russell, of old age, May 28, 1864; 82 y. 5 m. 22 d.
DURKEE
  • Sophia C., wife of Nelson, of fever, May 28, 1843; 28 y.
DUSHUTTLE
  • Sarah A., d. of Lewis and Sarah N., of consumption, July 10, 1861; 4 m.
DUTTON
  • Sarah, widow of ---------, Dec. 18, 1738.
DWYER
  • Ellen, d. of John and Mary A. (b. in Stoneham), of cholera Infantum, Aug. 27, 1863; 10 m. 17 d.
EAGAN (see Agen)
EAGER
  • Dwight B., s. of Dwight F. and Rebecca, of consumption, March 26, 1861; 24 y. 1 m. 4 d.
EAMES (see also Ames)
  • Samuel, s. of Robert, April 14, 1653.
  • John, s. of Robert, Jan. 18, 1654.
  • John, s. of Joseph and Mary, March 5, 1698.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Robert, March 22, 1710.
  • Robert, s. of ----------, July 30, 1712.
  • Robert, s. of Samuel and Mary, Oct. 6, 1712.
  • Jacob, s. of Samuel, of smallpox, Jan. 18, 1722.
  • Samuel, s. of Samuel and Judith, April 13, 1727.
  • Rebecca, d. of Samuel and Judith, April 21, 1728.
  • Caleb, s. of Caleb and Sarah, Jan. 9, 1737.
  • Jonas, s. of Caleb and Sarah, Feb. 10, 1737.
  • Jonathan, s. of Mr. Joshua, Nov. 19, 1748.
  • ----------, wife of Mr. Joshua, Jan. 6, 1753.
  • Samuel, s. of Deacon, Dec. 12, 1756.
  • Judith, wife of Deacon Samuel, Jan. 10, 1766; 71 y.
  • Jonas, s. of----------, suddenly, of fits, Sept. 17, 1772.
  • Nathan, s. of Jacob and Rachel, July 21, 1773; 21st year.
  • Deacon Samuel, s. of ----------, Jan. 20, 1775; 84 y.
  • Mr. Joshua, s. of ----------, in Wilmington, of old age, Aug. 17, 1775.
  • ----------, child of ----------, Sept. 8, 1778; 2 1/2 m.
  • Mr. Jacob, s. of ----------, Nov. 4, 1783.
  • ----------, child of Samuel, Sept. 30, 1786; under 1 y.
  • Rachel, widow of ----------, Aug. 26, 1795; 70 y.
  • ----------, d. of Samuel, Oct. 20, 1797; 1 1/2 y.
  • Samuel, s. of John and Abigail, Dec. 4, 1798; 3 y. 8 m.
  • Samuel, youngest s. of John, Dec. 4, 1800.
  • Lois, d. of John and Abigail, Nov. 3, 1805; 17 y.(Also recorded as 14 yr.)
  • Daniel, s. of John and Abigail, Nov. 21, 1805; 19 y.
  • John, only s. of John and Polly, July 23, 1809; 19 m. 4 d.
  • John, s. of ----------, June 13, 1813; 60 y.
  • ----------, widow of Samuel, Jan. 12, 1813.
  • Abigail F. (?), d. of John and Polly, June 9, 1815 ; 1 y. 8 d.
  • Stephen, Infants s. of Stephen, May 19, 1815; 6 w.
  • Abigail, d. of John and Polly, of dysentery, July 23, 1817; 1 y. 1 m.
  • Samuel, s. of ----------, Aug. 31, 1817; 38 y.
  • Samuel, s. of Stephen and Susan, of dysentery, June 28, 1817; 16 m.
  • Joseph, s. of ----------, belonging to Wilmington, killed by the bursting of a gun, April 16, 1817.
  • ----------, infant of Widow Betsey, Feb. 18, 1819, 2 1/2 m.
  • Nathan, s. of Jacob, March 1, 1822.
  • Jacob, s. of ----------, Nov. 10, 1824; 73 y.
  • Lucy, wife of Robert, June 7, 1825; 39 y.
  • ----------, child of Stephen, Oct. 9, 1830.
  • Stephen, s. of ----------,----------,1839; 49 y.
  • William, s. of----------, March 8, 1842; 17 y.
  • Susan T., widow of Stephen, d. of Jesse and Susan Burnard (b. in Harvard), of heart disease, June 8, 1859; 67 y. 10 m.
  • Susan T., d. of Stephen and Susan T., Oct. 16, 1859; 34 y. 6 m. (Gravestone.)
EATON
  • Noah, Jr., s. of ----------, Dec. 10, 1773.
  • John, s.of Mr. Jonathan, Sept. 10, 1778.
  • ----------, wife of Noah, April 10, 1787.
  • ----------, child of Lot, Dec. 27, 1789; under 1 m.
  • ----------, child of Joseph, Aug. 18, 1793; 1 y.
  • Capt. Benjamin, s. of ----------, Jan. 24, 1796; 76 y.
  • Noah, s. of ----------, April 10, 1796; 67 y.
  • Mary, widow of Capt. Benjamin, April 12, 1797; 71 y.
  • ----------, child of Capt. Joseph, Feb. 2, 1800.
  • Jonathan, s. of ----------, May 19, 1806; 71 y.
  • Lydia, d. of Joseph, Oct. 26, 1808; 5 m.
  • Elbrldge, s. of Thomas, Dec. 28 (?), 1808; 8 m.
  • Lucy, widow of ----------, Sept. 30, 1811; 73 y.
  • Noah, s. of Noah, Jr., March 17, 1815; 3 m.
  • Reuben, s. of Lot, of dysentery, Aug. 3, 1817; 10 y.
  • Joseph, s. of ----------, June 23, 1818; 53 y.
  • Miss Phebe, d. of ----------, Aug. 6, 1828; 76 y.
  • John, s. of ----------, June 27, 1835; 55 y.
  • Lot, s. of ----------, April 10, 1837.
  • Susan M., d. of Daniel and Mary W., March 25, 1840; 3 y. 1 m. (Gravestone)
  • Jonathan, s. of ----------, Aug. 19, 1842; 52 y.
  • Ruth, d. of Noah and Deborah, of old age, Dec. 9, 1843; 81 y.
  • William L., s. of Benjamin and Hephzibah, of scarlet fever, Oct. 28, 1844; 7 y.
  • Ann Maria, d. of Horace and Hannah, of cholera Infantum, Sept. 18, 1847; 2 m. 23 d.
  • Mary, wife of Jonathan (b. at Lexington), of old age, Sept. 6, 1848; 85 y.
  • Esther, wife of Noah, d. of Leonard and Esther Thompson, of inflammation of the bowles, Jan. 6, 18(?)0; 54 y. 8 m. 24 d.
  • Lot, s. of Lot and Mary, of consumption, May 22, 1850; 54 y.
  • Nabby, wife of John, d. of Job and Sarah Miller, of consumption, July 2, 1851; 71 y. 4 m. 18 d.
  • Edward M., s. of Joseph M. and Martha, of lung fever, May 14, 1853; 2 y. 8 m.
  • Daniel, s. of Lot and Mary, of disease of the heart, Nov. 30, 1853; 49 y.
  • Lora, d. of Marcus and Phebe B. (b. in Stoughton), of lung fever, May 22, 1856; 1 y. 8 m.
  • Martha, wife of Parker, d. of Moses and Harriet Cummings, of suicide, Jan. 28, 1857; 24 y. 9 m.
  • Edgar, s. of Joseph M. and Martha, of premature birth, Jan. 20, 1858; 4 h.
  • Frank, s. of Marcus and Phebe, of cholera !nfautum, Sept. 7, 1858; 5 m. 18 d.
  • Benjamin, s. of ----------, Oct. 18, 1860; 63 y. (Gravestone)
  • Cyrus A., s. of Noah and Esther, of wounds, in Washington, D. C., May 29, 1864; 39 y. 5 m. 16 d.
  • Marshall, s. of ----------, (b. March 5, 1822), Feb. 18, 1865. (Gravestone.)
  • Thomas, s. of Thomas and ----------, of consumption, May 21, 1866; 68 y.
  • Rosanna B., wife of ----------, d. of Robert and Hannah Bradford (b. in Francistown, N. H.), of paralysis, Aug. 29, 1866; 72 y. 10 m.
  • Noah, s. of Lot and Mary, of old age, Oct. 8, 1866; 78 y. 1 m. 3 d.
  • Arthur, s. of Marcus and Phebe, of cholera lnfantum, Oct. 12, 1866; 4 m.
  • James B., s. of David and Susanna (b. in Deering, N. H.), by accident on the R. & L. R. R., Oct. 10, 1867; 52 y. 2 m. 8 d.
  • Page, s. of Obadiah and Betsey (b. in Weare, N. H.), of old age, June 14, 1872; 81 y. 10 m.
EDGECOMB
  • Lydia A., wife of John (b. in Gardner, Me.), of consumption, July 11, 1848; 36 y.
  • Horace, s. of Noah and Elizabeth B., of teething, Aug. 29, 1851; 1 y. 10 m.
  • Levi J., s. of Noah and Elizabeth, of enlargement of the heart, March 3, 1858; 4 m. 5 d.
  • George H., s. of George H. and Elizabeth, of hemorrhage, June 7, 1872; 1 d.
EDGELL
  • Benjamin, s. of Benjamin and Susanna, very suddenly, while dancing, Sept. 25, 1793; 20 y. 12 d.
  • Benjamin, s. of --------, Oct. 19, 1819; 84 y. [John, in record.] Susanna, widow of Benjamin, Nov. 2, 1828.
  • John, s. of Benjamin and Susanna (b. Dec. 27, 1778), of chronic inflammation of bladder, May 17, 1857; 78 y. 4 m.
EDGERLY
  • Henry, s. of Aaron and Lydia (b. in Cambridge, Vt.), of consumption, June 10, 1847; 39 y.
  • Nancy, widow of Henry (b. in--------), of suicide, July 29, 1861; 59 y.
EDMUNDS
  • Mary Louisa, d. of Francis and Mary Ann (b. in Portland, Me.), of consumption, Feb. 13, 1864; 23 y. 10 m. 9 d.
  • Francis, s. of John and Abigail (b. in Portland), of consumption, July 20, 1870; 56 y. 2 m.
EDSON
  • Richard, s. of --------, Nov. 18, 1689.
  • Gemira A., wife of George S., Oct. 17, 1852; 26 y. 7 m. 19 d. (Gravestone)
EDWARDS
  • Asa, s. of Asa and Deborah (b. in Sullivan, Me.), of gravel, June 30, 1871; 61 y. 10 m. 11 d.
EDWIN
  • P. W., s. of --------, (b. in Boston), of cholera Infantum, Oct. 2, 1851; 4 m.19 d.
ELLIOT
  • Mary Jane, d. of --------, --------, 1869; 1 y. (Gravestone)
ELLIS
  • Martha J., d. of Rowland, of Boston (Alvah S. Wood), d. of --------, (b. in Boston), of consumption, July 29, 1846; 8 y.
  • Charles H., s. of M. and L., June 30, 1847; 3 m. 5 d. (Gravestone)
  • Lydia L., wife of Martin, Oct. 25, 1858; 37 y. 6 m. (Gravestone)
  • James S., s. of Russell and Caroline (b. in Sidney, Me.), May 2, 1865; 47 y. 6 m.
  • Harry Cutter, s. of Alexander and Sarah J., of diphtheria, Feb. 18, 1867; 2 y. 3 m. 20 d.
ELLISON
  • James R., s. of John and Mary (b. in St. Johns, N. B.), of bowel complaint, June 6, 1848; 17 y.
ELLS
  • Elizabeth J., d. of Samuel and Jerusha (b. in Hanover), of congestion of the lungs, Nov. 19, 1866; 48 y.
ELMS
  • William, s. of William and Elizabeth (b. in Liverpool, Eng.), of haematentisis, April 2, 1860; 70 y. 5 m. 2 d.
ELSON
  • Hannah, widow of ----, Jan. 2, 1727.
EMBREE
  • James, s. of Adolphus and Susan (b. in Cape Breton), of consumption, May 23, 1871; 43 y. 9 m. 14 d.
EMERSON
  • Lydia, d. of --------, July 23, 1810; 15 m.
  • Harriet, d. of Putnam and Betsey, Jan. 24, 1829; 2 y. 8 m.
  • Mrs. Fannie H., wife of --------, Oct. 18, 1840.
  • Joseph E., s. of Joseph P. and Phebe (b. in Pepperell, Mass.), of cholera morbus, May 29, 1849; 44 y.
  • Phebe Ann, d. of Joseph E. and Julia (b. in Boston), of scarlet fever, June 22, 1849; 4 y.
  • William, s. of James and Betsey (b. in Reading), of disease of the heart, Dec. 7, 1853: 82 y.
  • Lydia, widow of William, d. of John and Susanna Scottow, of palsy, May 39, 1861; 85 y. 11 d.
  • Helen M., d. of Thomas and Mary, of cholera infantum, Sept. 1, 1863; 2 m. 29 d.
  • Betsey, wife of Putnam, d. of John and Joanna Hartshorn (b. in Amherst, N. H.,), of pneumonia, Dec. 25, 1868; 71 y. 2 m. 5 d.
EMERY
  • Susan J., wife of William, d. of James and Maria Handen (b. in Denmark. Me.), of consumption of the blood, Aug. 8, 1853; 26 y.
  • Willie J., s. of William and Frances, of cholera infantum, Oct. 21, 1858; 7 m. 29 d.
  • Mary E., wife of George, d. of John and Susan Carroll, of puerperal, Jan. 10, 1859; 21 y. 4 m.
  • Frances R., wife of William, d. of James and Marla Minden (b. in Denmark, Me.), of typhoid dysentery, Sept. 18, 1863; 38 y. 4 m.
ERWIN
  • Eliza H., wife of William B., d. of James and Harriet Howard, of phthisis, Oct. 20, 1870; 38 y. 10 m.
EVANS
  • (Thomas Jefferson Evans, b. in Wakefield, Oct. 9, 1804; mar. Mary Della Symonds in Reading, Dec. 1, 1836. She was born in Reading. June 17, 1818. He died in Woburn, March 27, 1881. They both had issue: (1) Phebe Cummings, b. in Woburn, April 20(?), 1849; d. April 27, 1840; (2) Della Rebecca, b. in Woburn, June 24, 1841, mar. Everett Cummings (b. in Woburn, Nov. 7, 1838), in Boston, Sept. 12, 1867, and they had three children; she d. in Malone, N. Y., April 29, 1874, and he mar. for his second wife, Sept. 28, 1875, Clara Ellen Farrington, and by her had children; Morton Everett, b. in Malone, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1876, and Alfred Newhall, b. Jan. 25, 1878, d. Aug. 19, 1878; (3) Thomas Battelle(?), b in Woburn, March 24, 1845, mar. Susan Emma Foster, March 24, 1874; (4) Harriet Battelle, b. Sept. 16, 1848, d. Sept. 30, 1849. Mrs. Mary D. Evans.)
  • Mr. Andrew, s. of ----------, Dec. 18, 1778; 70 y.
  • Mary, widow of Andrew, Aug. 31, 1781; in her 72d year.
  • Jonas, s. of --------, June 20, 1783.
  • --------, child of Andrew, Jr., May 30, 1790; 1 y.
  • Hosen, s. of --------, June 18, 1790; 7 y.
  • Andrew, s. of --------, Jan. 20, 1799; 65 y.
  • Sarah, widow of --------, April 22, 1823.
  • Phebe C., d. of Thomas, Jr., and Mary, April 27, 1840; 1 w.
  • Harriet B., d.of Thomas J. and Mary D., of cholera infabtum, Sept. 30, 1849; 1 y. 14 d.
  • Sanuel, s. of Andrew and Sarah, of gravel, Dec. 31, 1859; 80 y. 5 m.
  • Hannah P., wife of --------, d. of William and Alice Martain (b. in Gloucester), of phthisis, July 4, 1866; 51 y. 17 d.
  • Susan, widow of Samuel, d. of Samuel and Susanna --------, (b. in Reading), of old age, Nov. 13, 1870; 89 y. 6 m.

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