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

[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]




SALMON
  • James E., s. of Thomas and Ann, of inflammation of the brain, Aug. 29, 1864; 1 y.10 m.
SALTER
  • Thomas, s. ---------, merchant of Boston, Aug. 2, 1748; 62 y.
SALTONSTALL
  • Nathaniel, Esq., s. of -------------, June 23, 1780.
SANBORN
  • Thomas, s. of -------------, (b. in Portsmouth, N. H.), of delirium tremens, Oct. 31, 1844; 37 y.
  • John, s. of -----------,(b. in -----------), of delirium tremens, Dec. 4, 1859; 30 y.
  • Herschel A., s. of Abijah and Sarah H. (b. in Sanbornton, N.H.), killed in battle, in Gettsburg, Pa., July 2, 1863; 23 y. 11 m. 14 d.
SANDERSON
  • George H., s. of Edmund and Emily, of cholera lnfautum, Aug. 15, 1848; 11 m.
  • Abby R., d. of George and Abby, of cholera infantum, Sept. 16, 1849; 1 y. 2 m. 4 d.
  • Lydia R., d. of George and Abby, of cholera infantum, Sept. 16, 1849; 1 y. 2 m. 4 d.
SARGENT
  • Rev. Nahum, brother of Rev. Samuel, of smallpox; Oct. -----------, 1792.(Nahum Sargent, a graduate of Dartmouth College, 1784, and a brother of Rev. Samuel Sargeant, of Woburn, died while on a visit at Chelsea, Mass., Oct. 7, 1791, aged thirty-four years. He was minister at Reading, Vt., from 1787 to time of death. He preached in Woburn occasionally, and his first appearance here as a preacher was on Sunday, Oct. 31, 1764, when, in the words of Esquire Samuel Thompson's memoranda, "Mr. Sargeant's brother preached." He also preached on Jan. 5, 1783, when he was described by the above authority as "Mr. Sargeant, the younger."
          Mention is made of his preaching for his brother, in Woburn, in 1786, 1787, 1789 and 1791. In September, 1786, Mr. Samuel Sargaent was sick with a fever, and on Sept. 3, there was on that account " no preaching "; but on other Sabbaths of that month and in October, Mr. Nahum Sargeant preached for him. In the latter put of November, 1787, the Rev. Samuel Sargeant was absent on a journey to assist in the ordination of his brother Nahum at Reading, Vt., and there preached the sermon for the day. This sermon was published and a copy is preserved in he Woburn Public Library.
          Mr. Nahum Sargeant died of the smallpox, in October, 1792, his death being noted in S. Thompson's lists. At the time of his death the disease of smallpox was prevalent in this vicinity. The copy of the above sermon was originally the property of the Rev. Mr. Marrett. The following is its title: " A sermon delivered at the introduction of the Rev. Nahum Sargeant to the pastoral care of the church and congregation in Reading [Vermont] , Nov. 23, 1787; by his brother Samuel Sargeant, A.M., pastor of the Flrst Church in Wopburn. Windsor; printed by Hough and Spooner, MDCCLXXXVIII." Text, Isaiah III. 7; (22 pp.) W. R. Cutter.)
  • Sarah Ann, d. of Francis and Hannah, of lung fever, Feb. 24, 1844; 5 y.
  • Eliza Jane, d. of Francis and -----------, of fits, April 24, 1845; 1 y. 1 m.
  • Victor F., s. of Carlos and Lucetta, of cholera infautum, Aug. 24, 1854; 1 y. 5 m.
  • Ensign, s. of Ensign and Elizabeth (b. in Haverhill), by a fall, May 14, 1859; 69 y. 9 m. 8 d.
  • Shepherd D., s. of Timothy and Mary (b. Bradford, N. H.), of kidney complaint, Dec. 28, 1862; 38 y.
SAWTELL
  • Harriet Ellis, d. of Joseph B. and Harriet, of scarlet fever, April 16, 1846; 2 y. 4 m.
  • Otis, L. A., s. of Isaac and Hannah (b. in Boston), of cholera infantum, Aug. 6, 1848; 5 m. 17 d.
  • Nellie E., d. of Joseph B. and Harriet, of cholera lnfantum, Sept. 24, 1855; 1 y. 8 m. 6 d.
SAWYER
  • Joshua, Jr., s. of ------------, March 1, 1738; 54 y.
  • Joshua, Sen., s. of ----------, July 14, 1738.
  • Mary, wife of Joshun, Oct. 23, 1751; 69 y.
  • Ann M., wife of Samuel (b. in Boston), of dysentery, Sept. 21, 1849; 41 y.
  • John F., s. of John F. and Phebe (b. in Charlestown), of nervous affection, April 29, 1857; 32 y.
  • Fred. R., s. of Edwin and Sarah, of diphtheria, Dec. 5, 1863; 2 y. 2 m.
  • Edwin R., s. of S. Edwin and Sarah, of diphtheria, Dec. 21, 1863; 6 y. 1 m.
  • Mary, d. of Amos and Mary (b. in Lancaster, N. H.), of cancerous humor, March 29, 1864; 68 y. 4 m. 13 d.
  • Frederick, s. of Willlam F. and Sarah (b. in Exeter, N. H.), of consumption, Aug. 17, 1864; 22 y. 11 m. 21 d.
  • James W., s. of Samuel E. and Sarah F., of dysentery, Aug. 29, 1868; 3 y. 1 m. 12 d.
  • Emma J., d. of William F., and Sarah (b. in Exeter. N. H.), of consumptfon, June 10, 1872; 16 y. 3 m. 2 d.
  • Jennie L., d. of J. W. and Louisa, of cholera infantum, Sept. 8, 1872;. 5 m. 25 d.
SAXTON
  • Thomas F., s. of David and Ashby (b. in Deerfield), of dysentery, Aug. 17, 1849: 61 y.
  • Aurella, wife of Dr. Thomas F., Jan. 1, 1852; 60 y. 5 m. (Gravestone.)
  • F. S. (b. Nov. 2, 1816), Aug. 1, 1862. (Gravestone.)
  • Sarah A. C., wife of C. M., Nov. 17, 1866; 52 y. 11 m. (Gravestone.)
SCALES
  • George C., s. of Rev. Jacob and Nancy B. (b. in Henniker, N. H.), killed on the Boston & Lowell Railroad, Aug. 10, 1854; 21 y. 6 m.
  • Mary G., d. of Dr. Thomas S. and Mary G., of scarlatina, April 9, 1857; 2 y.
  • Marla, wife of Dr. Thomas S., d. of James and Sarah B. Grey (b. in Wilton, N. H.), of scrofula, Jan. 8, 1858; 34 y.
  • Mary C., wife of Dr. Thomas S., d. of Willlam and Caroline Snow (b. in Boston), of cancer, Jan. 19, 1859; 34 y.
SCANLON
  • Catharine, d. of John and Mary, of cholera infantum, Aug. 2, 1869; 4 m.
  • Mary, wife of John, d. of Patrick Connolly (b. in Ireland), of cancer. July 25, 1870; 40 y.
SCOTT
  • Emma J., d. of James and Lydia, of lung fever, March 22, 1852; 1 y. 8 m.
  • Thomas, s. of George and Margaret (b. in Scotland), of paralysis, July 24, 1861; 79 y.
  • Charles, s. of Thomas and Mary (b. in Barnet, Vt.,), of ill treatment, in Salisbury, N. C., Oct. 16, 1864; 31 y.
SCOTTOW
  • John, s. of ----------, a pauper, Dec. 16, 1829.
  • Susanna, widow ----------, pauper, Feb. 5, 1830.
SCRIBNER
  • Charles J., s. of Charles K. and Ann (b. in Medway, Mass.), killed in battle, at Laural Hill, Va., May 10, 1864; 23 y.
  • Ann, Wife of Charles K., d. of Roger McGenley (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Oct. 17, 1866; 49 y. 2 m.
SEARS
  • Susanna, wife of John, Aug. 29, 1677.
  • Esther, wife of John, Aug. 14, 1680.
  • John, of ----------, Oct. 5, 1697.
SEAVER
  • John F., s. of Thomas and Nancy (b. in Brighton), of Bright's disease, June 13,1863; 48 y. 7 m.
  • Ella F., d. of John C., Jr., and Ann M. (b. in Dorchester), of heart disease, Sept. 12, 1870; 15 y. 11 m.
  • Charles C., s. of John C., Jr., and Ann M., of typhoid fever, Sept. 12, 1870; 4 y. 21 d.
  • Charles Coolidge, s. of John C. and Ann M., of pneumonia, May 15, 1872; 10 m. 5 d.
  • Eliza A., wife of Stephen, d. of Reuben Farrington (b. in Brlghton), of peritonitis, June 15, 1872; 20 y. 8 m. 13 d.
SEELEY
  • Tallman, s. of ----------, Feb. 20, 1843; 38 y.
  • Lydia, widow of Tallman, d. of ---------- Johnson, of apoplexy, Oct. 29, 1866; 63 y. 11 m.
SEMPLE
  • Mary Robertson, d. of John R. and Mary J., of cholera infantum, Oct. 28, 1870; 4 m. 22 d.
SENTER (see Center)
SEVRENS
  • Mary Jane, d. of Uriel and Mary J., of croup, Oct. 27, 1846; 4 y.
  • Nathan, s. of Uriel and Mary J., of pericarditis, March 5, 1865; 7 y. 21 d.
SEWALL
  • William L., s. of Samuel G. and Sarah C., of lung fever March 17, 1855; 5 y. 1/2 m. 15 d.
SHANDLY
  • Elizabeth, d. of William and Eliza, of worm fever, Oct. 14, 1861; 1 y. 11 m. 27 d.
SHARP
  • Isabella A., d. of Winkworth and Anna, of cholera infantum, Oct. 11, 1860; 1 y. 5 m. 13 d.
SHATTUCK
  • Charles, s. of ----------, Nov. 8, 1810.
  • Amos L., s. of Amos and Susan J., of consumption, July 25, 1855; 23 y. 7 m. 20 d.
  • Susan J., wife of Amos, d. of Nathan and Esther Jaquith (b. in Wilmington), of eryslpelas, Jan. 29, 1865; 54 y.
  • Mary, widow of ----------, d. of ----------, and Vashti Gassett (b. in Townsend), of old age, Aug. 26, 1869; 92 y. 11 m. 1 d.
SHAW
  • Edwin S., d.(?) of James A. and Ann T. (b. in Haverhill), of lung fever, Dec. 6, 1857; 1 y. 1 m. 16 d.
  • Neil, s. of James and Mary (b. in Prince Edward Island), of typhoid fever, Oct. 16, 1863; 24 y. 11 m. 7 d.
  • Mary, widow of ----------, d. of Jonathan and Rhoda Tyler, of old age, Oct. 19, 1863; 80 y. 8 m.
SHEA
  • Stephen H., s. of Patrick and Elizabeth, of dysentery, Aug. 17, 1851; 2 y. 1 m.
  • Margaret, d. of John and Mary, of cholera infantum, Oct. 9, 1860; 8 m.
  • Abby, d. of Michael and Mary, of lung favor, Jan. 12, 1861; 5 m. 17 d.
  • Joanna, d. of Michael and Bridget, of lung fever, Jan. 12, 1861; 2 y. 17 d.
  • Joanna, d. of John and Mary, Oct. 16, 1862; 1 y. 6 m.
  • John, s. of Michael and Mary, Feb. 2, 1862; 1 m. 16 d.
  • Ellen, d. of John and Mary, of diphtheria, Feb. 25, 1864; 1 y. 9 m.
  • Michael, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, March 14, 1864; 73 y.
  • Hannah F., d. of John and Mary, of cholera infantum, July 16, 1872; 9 m. 22 d.
SHEDD
  • Mary A., wife of Peter C., d. of James and Dorcas Bennett (b. in Boston), of chronic rheumatism, Dec. 9, 1853; 49 y. [47 y., gravestone].
  • Samuel, s. of ----------, (b. in ----------,), of dropsy, June 1, 1860; 77 y. 11 m. 24 d.
  • Sophia, widow of Samuel, d. of Benjamin and Ruth Pelsue (b. in Wilmington), of old ago, July 31,1863; 80 y.
  • Jacob H., s. of Jacob and Clarissa (b. in Tewksbury), of erysipelas, July 19, 1864; 37 y. 10 m.
  • Clara L., d. of Jacob H. and Lydia C. (b. in Wilmington), of consumption, July 4, 1865; 15 y. 8 m. 24 d.
  • Jacob, s. of Joel and Dolly (b. in Tewksbury), of dropsy of the heart, Feb. 25, 1867; 70 y. 11 m. 9 d.
  • Hannah, widow of ----------, d. of Jonathan and Rhoda Tyler, of paralysis, March 13, 1870; 76 y. 6 m.
  • Samuel, s. of Samuel and Lydia (b. in Burlington), of disease of the bladder, March 31, 1871; 69 y. 8 m.
SHEEHAN
  • Catharine, wife of Owen, d. of Patrick and Mary Faley (b. in Ireland), of childbed fever, Aug. 31, 1855; 33 y.
  • Martin E., s. of Thomas and Joanna, of consumption, March 20, 1856; 10 m.
  • James, s. of Michael and Joanna (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Oct. 11, 1860; 32 y. [Dec. 5, 1859; 33 y., gravestone].
  • Ellen, wife of John, d. of Timothy and ----------, Rordoin (b. in Ireland), of puerperal fever, March 23, 1860; 30 y.
  • Joanna, wife of Thomas, d. of Patrick and Mary Ryan (b. in Ireland), of childbirth, Oct. 23, 1861; 40 y.
  • Mary A., d. of Thomas and Joanna, of cholera infantum, Nov. 9, 1861; 21 d.
  • Ellen, d. of Owen and Ellen, of lung fever, Dec. 7, 1861; 1 y. 1 m. 27 d.
  • Thomas, s. of John and Mary (b. in Ireland), of delirium tremens, in, E. Cambridge, Dec. 23, 1863; 50 y.
  • Patrick, s. of Timothy and Julia (b. in Ireland), of consumption, May 18, 1864; 21 y.
  • Timothy, s. of Michael and Joanna (b. in Ireland), of typhoid pneumonia, in Mitchell's Station, Va., March 10, 1864; 53 y.
  • Mary Ann, d. of Owen and Catharine, of hip disease, June 18, 1865; 11 y. 9 m. 5 d.
  • Mary Josephine, d. of James and Honora, of typhlitis, Oct. 19, 1865; 10 d.
  • Joanna, d. of James H. and Honora, of cholera infantum, July 31, 1868; 1 y. 9 m.
  • Timothy, s. of Patrick and Mary (b. in Ireland), of bronchitis, Nov. 10, 1868; 65 y.
  • Catharine E., d. of James and Honora, of cholera infantum, July 31, 1869; 7 m.
  • John, s. of James and Honora, Dec. 27, 1869; 1 h.
  • John, s. of Patrick and Mary (b. in Ireland), of colica pictonum, Aug. 2, 1871; 46 y.
  • Margaret, d. of James and Honora, Aug. 27, 1871; 1 m.
  • Robert [Patrick, gravestone] J., s. of Timothy and Catharine, of pneumonia, March 27, 1872; 7 m. 7 d.
  • Mary, d. of Thomas and Catharine, of cholera infantum, Aug. 17, 1872; 1 m. 11 d.
SHEPHERD
  • Emma S., d. of John W. and Sylvania, of whooping cough, Feb, 25, 1852; 2 y. 8 m.
SHERBURNE
  • Charlotte, widow of ----------, d. of George and Charlotte Moody! (b. in Newmarket), of old age, Dec. 18, 1871; 84 y. 9 m.
SHIELDS
  • Edward, s. of Edward and ----------, (b. in Canton), by a fall, March 31, 1862; 86 y. 7 m. 2 d.
  • George, s. of James and Margaret (b. in Ireland), of consumption, March 16, 1863; 47 y.
  • Robert, s. of Mlchael and Margaret, of jaundice. Sept. 20, 1869; 16 d.
  • Kittle, d. of Michael and Margery, of congestion of the lungs, Aug. 9, 1872; 2 m.
SHINAR
  • Hannah, Indian, pauper of Medford, Dec. 22, 1820; 82 y.
SHUTE
  • Mary, widow of ----------, Dec. 18, 1786; 67 y.
  • George H., s. of Calvin C. and Louisa D., March 8, 1835; 1 y. 8 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of ----------, Jan. 4, 1842; 60 y.
  • Louisa D., wife of Calvin C., d. of John and Iza D. Madan (b. Jan. 17, 1816), July 19, 1847. (Gravestone.)
  • Owen Leroy, s. of Jonathan D. and Abigail S. R. (b. in Reading), of dysentery, Oct. 1, 1862; 5 y. 4 m. 15 d.
  • Lewis A., s. of James G. and Harriet N., of phthisis, March 21, 1872; 16 y. 6 m. 9 d.
SILSBEE
  • Sampson, s. of ----------, May 18, 1824; 76 y.
SIMONDS
  • Tabitha, d. of William, Aug. 20, 1655.
  • Joshua, s. of William, July 16, 1657.
  • Willlam, s. of ----------, June 7, 1672.
  • Sarah, d. of Caleb and Sarah, Nov. 16, 1687.
  • Judith, widow of ----------, Jan. 3, 1689.
  • Caleb, s. of ----------, Nov. 4, 1712.
  • Rebecca, wife of Benjamin, April ----------, 1713.
  • Susanna, wife of James, Feb. 9, 1715.
  • James, Sen., s. of ----------, Sept. 15, 1717.
  • John, s. of ----------, June 5, 1721.
  • Hannah, d. of Samuel and Hannah, Sept. 23, 1725.
  • Lieut. Benjamin, s. of ----------, Sept. 21, 1726.
  • Sarah, widow of ----------, April 11, 1727.
  • Elisabeth, d. of Josiah and Elizabeth, July 8, 1731.
  • James, s. of ----------, Dec. 28, 1733.
  • Nathan, s. of Josiah and Elizabeth, May 23, 1736.
  • Abigail, wife of Benjamin, Nov. 1, 1739.
  • Abigail, wife of James, Jr., Aug. 4, 1741.
  • Hannah, wife of Samuel, Oct. 11, 1741.
  • Lydia, widow of ----------, June 29, 1744.
  • Sarah, d. of ----------, Feb. 25, 1746.
  • Mr. Benjamin, s. of ----------, Jan. 13, 1749; 69 y., lacking a day.
  • Mr. Zebedee, s. of ----------, Oct. 29, 1750.
  • Zebedee, s. of Zebedee and Ruth, Feb. 15, 1751.
  • Joshua, s. of Joshua, Dec. 27, 1751.
  • Benjamin, s. of Mr. Benjamin, Dec. 24, 1753.
  • Hannah, wife of Mr. Nathan, Oct. 2, 1760.
  • Mary, wife of Lieut. James, March 9, 1762; in her 74th year.
  • Esther, d. of ----------, Sept. 30, 1768; 17 y. 7 m.
  • ----------, wife of Joshua, of Medford, Nov. 1, 1768.
  • Katharine, d. of Benjamin and Susanna, Aug. 23, 1769.
  • Mr. Caleb, s. of ----------, Aug. 22, 1771.
  • Susanna, wife of Mr. Caleb, Oct. 29, 1771.
  • Lieut. James, s. of ----------, July 29, 1775; in his 89th year.
  • Willlam, s. of Benjamin and Susanna, April 9, 1776; 15 y.
  • ----------, child of Luther, Aug. 5, 1777; 2 h.
  • Lydia, widow of ----------, Jan. 29, 1778; ab. 60 y.
  • ----------, child of Calvin, Sept. 17, 1778; 1 y. 9 m.
  • Benjamin, s. of ----------, Dec. 10, 1783; 59 y. 5 m. 10 d.
  • ----------, wife of Caleb, suddenly, by kick of a horse, Sept. 3, 1783; 58 y.
  • Abigail, d. of Caleb and Abigail, Sept. 21, 1787.
  • ----------, of Caleb, Jr., Sept. 22, 1787; 3 y.
  • Silas, s. of ----------, May 23, 1790; buried in Woburn.
  • Nathan, Jr., s. of ----------, drowned in Cambridge, June 26, 1791; in his 19th year.
  • Daniel, s. of ----------, July , 1791.
  • James, s. of ----------, May 7, 1791; 79 y.
  • Mr. Luther, s. of ----------, killed by a log roiling on him at mill, April 2, 1792; in his 43d year.
  • Miss Lucy, d. of ----------, of smallpox, Dec. 15, 1792; in her 27th year.
  • ----------, s. of Caleb, of canker and canker rash, Feb. 22, 1795; 1 y. 8 m.
  • Susanna, d. of ----------, June 18, 1796; 7 y.
  • Mary, d. of ----------, June 18, 1796; 5 y.
  • Samuel Cummings, s. of Caleb and Abigail, Feb. 23, 1796.
  • Bathsheba, wife of Nathan, Dec. 22 (23), 1801; 47 y.
  • Susanna, widow of Benjamin, Nov. 15, 1816; 92 y.
  • Hannah, d. of ----------, June 27, 1818; 82 y.
  • Nathau, s. of ----------, March 16, 1827; 69 y.
  • Edward, s. of Caleb and Susan, of disease of the heart, April 5, 1855; 5 d.
  • Eliza, d of ----------, Oct. 20, 1860; 52 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Caleb, s. of Jacob and Abigail (b. in Burlington), of phthisis, July 29, 1866; 57 y. 6 m. 26 d.
  • Mary Edith, d. of Nathan J. and Mary A., of cholera infantum, Aug. 31,1866; 10 m. 13 d.
SKELTON
  • Joseph, s. of ----------, June 30, 1705.
  • ----------, widow of Joseph (?), ----------, 1711.
  • Daze, of Thomas and Mercy, Dec. 15, 1711.
  • Anna, d. of ----------, Oct. 29, 1745.
  • William, s. of Mr. Thomas, Aug. 3, 1768.
  • ----------, child of Thomas, Dec. 13, 1776; 2 y.
  • Samuel, s. of Mr. Daze, Sept. 8, 1778; 3 y. 1/2 m.
  • ----------, s. of Thomas, Oct. 6, 1778.
  • ----------, s. of Daze, ----------, 1780; 1/2 m.
  • ----------, d. of Daze, Oct. 30, 1787; 1 y. 4 m.
  • ----------, s. of Matthew, Aug. 7, 1791; 9 y.
  • Thomas, s. of ----------, March 23, 1796; 94 y.
  • infant child of Matthew, Jr., Feb. 17, 1799 ; 2 m.
  • Daniel H., s. of ----------, March 12, 1841; 20 y.
  • Thomas Henry, s. of Samuel C. and Almira, of lung fever, April 24, 1845; 1 y. 5 m. 7 d.
  • Almira F., d. of Samuel C. and Almira, of cholera infantum, Sept. 11, 1848; 5 m.16 d.
  • Nancy, widow of ----------, d. of Isaac Wyman, of old age, June 25, 1870; 88 y.
SKINNER
  • Susanna, wife of Abraham, Jan. 8, 1769; 23 y.
  • Martha, widow of John, March 7, 1780; 61 y.
  • Joanna, d. of John and Joanna, June 5, 1782; 3 y. 6 m.
  • ----------, child of John, Jr., Aug. 10, 1787; a few days old.
  • Joseph, s. of ----------, Dec. 23, 1787; 73 y.
  • John, s. of ----------, May 13, 1789; 40 y.
  • Susanna, widow of John, Jan. 31, 1794.
  • Abraham, s. of ----------, June 30, 1799.
  • infant of Joseph, Aug. 31, 1799; 2 or 3 d.
  • Hephzibah, d. of Abraham, March 15, 1810; 2 y.
  • Isaac, s. of Abraham, drowned, May 11, 1816; 7 y.
  • Abraham, s. of Abraham, May 5, 1827; 45 y. (Gravestone, Second Burying Ground.)
  • Charles F., s. of Jacob and Sarah Ann, Dec. 6, 1841; 13 m. 6 d.
  • ----------, s. of Jacob, Nov. 23, 1841; 5 y.
  • Charles H., s. of Jacob and Mary Ann, of bowel complaint, Sept. 2, 1843; 10 m.
  • Sally, d. of ----------, of consumption, Jan. 8, 1844; 64 y.
  • Almira E., d. of Jacob and Sarah A., of cholera infantum, Oct. 8, 1849; 7 m. 7 d.
  • Oliver P., s. of Jacob and Sarah Ann, of scarlet fever, July 14, 1851; 12 y. 7 m. 4 d.
  • Sarah A., d. of Jacob and Sarah A., of scarlet fever, July 20, 1851; 4 y. 6 m.
  • Alice H., d. of Francis E. and Eliza G. (b. in Chelsea), of cholera infantum, Sept, 5, 1855; 1 y. 9 m.
  • Mary, widow of Jacob, d. of Joseph and Eunice Sampson (b. in Salem), of palsy, Dec. 23, 1855; 73 y. 7 m.
  • Elizabeth K., d. of Stephen and Sally, of typhoid fever, in Roxbury, July 1(?), 1857; 81 y. 1 m.
  • Sally K., wife of Stephen, d. of John and Martha Knight (b. in Newburyport), of abscess in lung, Feb. 18, 1864; 66 y. 4 m.
  • Sarah A., wife of Jacob (b. in ----------,), of tumor, Oct. 10, 1870; 52 y. 9 m.
SLOANE
  • Lydia, d. of ----------, of old age, Nov. 7, 1844; 84 y.
SMALL
  • Reuben, s. of ----------, Sept. 21, 1864; 69 y. (Gravestone.)
  • William P., s. of William and Joanna (b. in Nottingham. N. H.), of heart disease, June 24, 1869; 47 y. 2 m. 7 d.
  • John E., s. of John and Mary W. (b. in Holderness, N. H.), of consumption, Aug. 18, 1872; 38 y.
SMALLEY
  • Mary E., d. of Thomas G. W. and Lizzie, of croup, Jan. 8, 1871: 8 y. 11 m. 14 d.
SMITH
  • John, s. of Matthew, Oct. 18, 1663.
  • Mary, wife of Jonathan, Dec. 22. 1717.
  • ----------, d. of Jonathan, Nov. 5, 1774.
  • Jonathan Smith's nurse's child, Nov. 13, 1774; ab. 4 y.
  • ----------, wife of Jonathan, May 10, 1790.
  • Jonathan, s. of ----------, Feb. 18, 1797; 78 y.
  • Judith, widow of ----------, May 9, 1815.
  • ----------, widow of ----------, Sept. 17, 1827; 78 y.
  • ----------, child of Samuel, ----------, 1831.
  • John W., s. of Aaron and Harriet S., Aug. 25, 1838; 4 y. 6 m.
  • Larkin, July 12, 1840; 42 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Caroline, d. of ----------, Aug. 10, 1842; 5 y.
  • Octavia, wife of Rev. George P., d. of Barrage and ---------- Yale (b. in S. Reading), of inflammation of bowels, March 28, 1844; 29 y.
  • George F., s. of Charles A. and Rachel, of canker in the throat, Aug. 28, 1846; 28 d.
  • Horace T., s. of Elijah H. and Anna, of cholera infantum, Sept. 16, 1848; 3 m.
  • Fanny H., d. of Elijah H. and Ann T., of teething, June 7, 1850; 10 m. 4 d.
  • Elijah H., s. of Elijah and Maria (b. in New York, N. Y.), of consumption, July 23, 1851; 31 y. 7 m. 18 d.
  • Patrick, s. of John and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of fracture of the skull, Oct. 27, 1853; 60 y. [61 y., gravestone].
  • Lida W., d. of Henry W. and Harriet A. (b. in New York City), of dropsy of the brain, July 15, 1854; 2 y. 10 m.
  • Thomas, s. of John and Mary, of lung fever, April , 1855; 2 y.
  • Grace E , d. of Charles A. and Elizabeth A., of consumption of the blood, July 21, 1861; 81 m. 12 d.
  • Arthur E., s. of William B. and Abby L., of cholera infantum, Sept. 25, 1861; 2 m. 5 d.
  • Josephine D., d. of Franklin and Harriet, of heart disease, Dec. 12, 1861; 25 y. 8 m.
  • Mary F., d. of Patrick and Rosa, of measles, Aug. --, 1862; 2 y. 10 m.
  • George Henry, s. of Patrick and Rosanna, of meeasles, Aug. 26, 1862; 5 y.
  • John Alfred, s. of Patrick and Rosanna, of measles, Sept. 1, 1862; 4 m.
  • James, s. of Thomas and Bridget, of typhoid fever, Jan. 19, 1864; 5 y. 8 m.
  • George R., s. of Charles A. and Elizabeth A. (b. in Charlestown), of angina maligna, Aug. 4, 1864; 16 y. 1 m. 17 d.
  • Louisa L, d. of Daniel and Mary M. (b. in Kennebunkport Me.), of hemorrhage of the bowels, Sept. 12, 1865; 19 y. 11 m. 17 d.
  • Daniel, s. of John and Betsey (b. in York, Me.), of heart disease, May 11, 1866; 56 y. 8 m. 9 d.
  • Hattie Elvina, d. of G. W. and S. E., May 19, 1866; 1 y. 5 m. 22 d. (Gravestone.)
  • John W., s. of Aaron and Harriet, of heart disease, March 20, 1867; 29 y. 6 m. 12 d.
  • Jane A., d. of David and Rebecca, of phthisis, Nov., 14, 1867; 24 y. 4 m. 19 d.
SNELL
  • Eliza K., wifeof Charles D., d. of Calvin and Patty Lathrop (b. in Boston,, of consumption, March 20, 1854; 41 y. 10 m.
SNOW
  • Daniel, s. of Richard, July 18, 1646.
  • Sarah, wife of Samuel, June 15, 1686.
  • Deborah, d. of Samuel and Sarah, Dec. 30, 1687.
  • Sarah, wife of Samuel, Jan. 28, 1695.
  • Elizabeth, d. of John and Sarah, June 24, 1698.
  • Ebenezer, s. of ----------, Feb. 11, 1704.
  • John, s. of ----------, Nov. 25, 1706.
  • Joshua, s. of Richard and Elizabeth, May 7, 1709.
  • Zachariah, s. of ----------, April 14, 1711.
  • Richard, s. of ----------, Nov. 9, 1711.
  • David, s. of Daniel and Rachel, July 31, 1714.
  • Jabez, s. of Zerubbabel and Jemima, Dec. 9, 1715.
  • Rachel, wife of Daniel, Dec. 10, 1715; 36 y.
  • Daniel, s. of ----------, July 7, 1717; 44 y.
  • Samuel, Sen., s. of ----------, Nov. 28, 1717.
  • Zerubbabel, s. of ----------, Nov. 20, 1733.
  • Esther, d. of Isaac and Esther, Sept. 9, 1733.
  • Ann, d. of Isaac and Esther, March 22 (?), 1737.
  • Esther, wife of Isaac, March 30, 1737; in her 33d year.
  • Ebenezer, s. of ----------, July 28, 1738.
  • Esther, d. of Isaac and Esther, April 13, 1739; 5 y.
  • Benoni, s. of Richard and Abigail, July 27, 1743.
  • Abigail, d. of ----------, Oct. 6, 1743.
  • ----------, s. of Mr. Zerubbabel, Sept. ----------, 1747.
  • Mr. Timothy, s. of ----------, March 11, 1747; 74 y.
  • Mary, youngest child of Mr. Isaac and Mrs. Phebe, Dec. 8, 1753; 7 y.
  • Mr. Zacbariah, s. of Timothy and Lydia, Sept. 21, 1754; 36 y.
  • Mr. Richard, s. of ----------, March 31, 1756.
  • Lydia, wife of Timothy, April 27, 1764; 81 y.
  • Ruth, d. of ----------, Oct ----------,1771.
  • Mr. Abraham, s. of ----------, in Charlestown, March 9, 1772.
  • Mr. Zerubbabel, s. of ----------, April 2, 1774.
  • Mr. Timothy, Jr., s. of ----------, Sept. 20, 1775; 69 y.
  • ----------, widow of ----------, Dec. ----------, 1775.
  • Isaac, s. of ----------, March 31, 1776; 67 y.
  • Elizabeth, widow of (Richard or Zerubbabel ?), May ----------, 1776.
  • James, s. of ----------, drowned, June 28, 1783.
  • Phebe, relict of Isaac, Feb. 15, 1785.
  • Persis, d. of ----------, died at Medford, buried in Woburn, Nov. 22, 1785.
  • Rachel, d. of ----------, of "decay of nature "(of town's poor), Dec. 11, 1786.
  • Jonathan, s. of ----------, Dec. 19, 1788; 26 y.
  • Abigail, d. of ----------, April 29, 1813; 85 y.
  • Ruth, d. of ----------, Feb. , 1817.
  • John, s. of ----------, Aug. 3, 1824; 26 y.
  • William, s. of ----------, (b. at Boston), of dropsy in the chest, Nov. 21, 1843; 40 y.
  • Helen M., d. of Thomas and Mary A. (b. in Boston), of consumption, Oct. 30, 1865; 36 y. 8 m.
SOLES
  • Edward S., s. of Edward O. and Abby T., of cholera infantum, Sept. 6, 1853; 5 m. 22 d.
  • Edward, s. of Edward O. and Abby, of cholera infantum, Aug. 4, 1854; 1 m. 2 d.
  • Franklin, s. of Edward O. and Abby, of dysentery, Sept. 1, 1854; 2 m.
SOMERS
  • Primes, negro servant to Henry Somers, Jan. 18, 1687.
  • Mabel, widow of ----------, June 15, 1690.
  • Mr. Henry, s. of ----------, March 6, 1724.
SONREL
  • Jane L., d. of Antoine and Louisa (b. in Boston), of infection of the brain, Aug. 26, 1852; 2 y. 6 m.
  • Madeline C., d. of Antoine and Jeanie T. L., of hydrocephalus, Jan. 29, 1861; 1 y. 1 m. 26 d.
SPARKES
  • Theda S., widow of ----------, d. of Joseph and Jane Hoyt (b. in Oxford, N. H.), of apoplexy, Feb. 5, 1865; 59 y. 10 m.
SPARROWK
  • Betsey, widow of ----------, (b. in Framingham), of old age, March 1, 1872; 80 y. 7 m. 1 d.
SPEAR
  • Catharine, widow of John (?), Nov. 30, 1775; 96 y.
  • Robert, s. of ----------, March 18, 1776; 62 y. 6 m.
SPENCER
  • Ellen, d. of Thomas and Catharine, of blood disease, April 15, 1867; 6 m.
  • James, s. of Robert and Mary, of dropsy of the brain, May 17, 1870; 1 y. 6 m.
SPIKE
  • James, Sen., s. of ----------, Nov. 8, 1699.
  • Hannah, wife of James, Jr., Feb. 23, 1700.
SPILLARD
  • Richard, s. of David and ----------, (b. in Ireland), of consumption, June 2, 1858; 28 y.
SPILLER
  • Llzzie Ann, d. of William T. and Elizabeth M, of cholera infantum, Aug. 6, 1862; 11 m. 7 d.
SPRAGUE
  • Mrs., wife of ----------, 1831.
  • George Augustus, s. of John B. and Mary, of ill treatment, in Salisbury, N. C., Oct. 26, 1864; 18 y.
STACKPOLE
  • Margaret, d. of ----------, May 29, 1863; 21 y. (Gravestone.)
STAGY
  • Rosalie, d. of Joseph and Mary (b. in Salem), of pneumonia, Oct. 29, 1864; 7 y. 1 m. 6 d.
  • Joseph W., s. of Joseph and Mary, of peritonitis, July 1, 1865; 2 m. 7 d.
STANLEY
  • Mary A., d. of George and Bridget, of whooping cough, May 22, 1865; 1 y. 1 m. 14 d.
  • Catharine, d. of George and Bridget, of meningitis, June 26, 1868; 5 m. 6 d.
STAPLES
  • Mabel M., d. of Fort and Elizabeth A. (b. in Burlington), of cholera infantum, Aug. 20, 1866; 2 y. 2 m. 2 d.
STARKWEATHER
  • Caroline, d. of Josiah and Jane (b. in Charlestown), of dysentery, Oct. 12, 1854; 1 y. 2 m.
STEARNS
  • Mary B. wife of Charles S., April 24, 1841; 23 y.
  • Mrs. Susan, wife of J. Stearns, d. of Joseph and Betsey Winn, Jan. 28, 1842; 71 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Eckley, s. of Timothy and Sarah A. (b. in Billerica), of Peritonitis, Aug. 9, 1872; 67 y.
STEELE
  • Levi, s. of ----------, Jan. 3, 1796; 4 y.
  • ----------, infant child of Joseph, Feb. 27, 1830.
  • Sally, wife of ----------, d. of Sylvanus and Deborah Wood, of climacteric paramenia, Sept. 21, 1861; 54 y. 10 m.
  • Benjamin F., s. of Joseph and Sally, of hydrothorax, April 12, 1865; 23 y. 6 m.
STEPHENS
  • Hannah, wife of Benjamin, widow of William Converse, d. of ----------, Danly, of suicide by poison, Oct. 9, 1843; 43 y.
  • Caddy M., d. of Oren W. and Susan, of dysentery, Sept. 29, 1861; 4 y. 1 m. 11 d.
  • ----------, s. of John P. and Emma T., May 23, 1862; 1 d.
  • John, s. of John and Deland (b. in Charlestown), of kidney disease, March 9, 1864; 75 y. 4 m.
  • Mehetabel B., wife of Benjamin, d. of Jeremiah and Mehetabel Winn, of apoplexy, Nov. 18, 1867; 74 y. 8 m. 15 d.
  • Charles E., s. of Elijah and Flora (b. in Oshawa, C. W.), of typhoid fever, Oct. 29, 1668; 24 y.
  • William, s. of James and Margaret (b. in Nova Scotia), of heart disease, July 20, 1869; 23 y. 6 m.
  • Lucy, widow of ----------, d. of ----------, Thomas (b. in Roxbury), of dysentery, Aug. 16, 1869; 78 y. 2 m.19 d.
STEPHENSON
  • James, s. of Matthew and Elizabeth (b. in Newbury), of water on the brain, May 26, 1863; 11 y. 4 m.
  • Mary E., d. of Matthew and Elizabeth, of cholera infantum, Aug. 12, 1871; 9 m.
STEWART
  • John, s. of John and Margaret (b. in Pictou, N. S.), scalded, Jan. 5, 1853; 18 y.(He fell into a tan vat at Choate, Alley & Co.'s)
  • Isabella, wife of ----------, d. of Donald and Isabella Stewart (b. in Scotland), of fractured limb, May 9, 1862; 50 y.
  • James H., s. of James and Lydia (b. in Medford), of wounds, in Baltimore, Md., Nov. 1, 1863; 27 y.
STICKNEY
  • ----------, d. of Daniel O. and ----------, of weakness, Sept. 19, 1844; 1 d.
  • Daniel G., s. of John and Phebe (b. in Jaffrey, N. H.), of consumption, Nov. 21, 1847; 29 y.
  • Daniel Eugene, s. of Daniel G. and Rozilla J., Nov. 8, 1848; 2 y. (Gravestone.)
STILES
  • Everett, s. of Israel and Catharine, of inflammation of bowels, Sept. 22, 1850; 4 y. 7 m.
  • Israel, s. of Elijah and Tabitha (b. in Andover), of disease of the heart, July 2, 1852; 37 y.
  • Sophia C., wife of Oliver C., d. of James and Mary Stevens (b. in Sandwich, N. H.), of consumption, Aug. 13, 1863: 41 y. 10 m.
STIMPSON
  • Mrs. Lydia, wife of ----------, of Boston, June 6, 1804; 28 y.
  • Willie H., s. of NathanIel and Sarah, June 21, 1858; 4 d.
STODDARD
  • Julia Ann, d. of Joshua and Almira, Dec. 3, 1828; 2 y. 7 m.
  • Georglanna, d. of Joshua and Almira, Oct. 8, 1839; 4 y.
  • Anna L., d. of Nathaniel and Emily, of cholera infantum, Sept. 16, 1854; 2 m. 4 d.
  • Almira, wife of Joshua, d. of Josiah and Huldah Colburn (b. in Dracut), of tumor, March 15, 1869; 68 y. 5 m. 8 d.
STONE
  • Abigail, widow of ----------, May 11, 1718; 71 y.
  • ----------, infant child of Mr. Aaron, June 14, 1822; 16 m.
  • William, s. of ----------, of fever, Jan. 23, 1844; 14 y.
  • Lucy Anna, d. of Joseph and Lucy T. (b. in Boston), of dropsy on brain, April 2, 1849; 3 y. 10 m.
  • Marla E., d. of Abraham and Maria, of scarlet fever, April 15, 1851; 3 y. 1 m. 7 d.
  • Maria V., d. of Abraham and Maria, of cholera infantum, Sept. 29, 1852; 1 y. 2 m.
  • Mary, d. of William A. and Emily M., of pneumonia, Dec. 14, 1867; 7 m. 22 d.
  • Annie, d. of Sherman and Lydia (b. in Corinna, Me.), of cholera morbus, July 29, 1869; 15 y. 19 d.
STORER
  • Willie M., s. of Gilbert S. and Nancy (b. in Augusta, Me.), of consumption, Nov. 12, 1858; 3 y. 8 m.
  • Clara S., d. of Gilbert S. and Nancy L., of canker, May 8, 1863; 1 m. 21 d.
  • Carrie, d. of Gilbert S. and Nancy, of cholera infantum, July 28, 1863; 6 m. 12 d.
STOVER
  • Clara W., d. of William H. and Sarah J., of whooping cough, July 29, 1854; 9 m.
  • Elmira, wife of Jonathan, d. of Isaac and Mary Whittemore (b. in Tewksbury), of consumption, Aug. 8, 1855; 52 y. 8 m.
STOWERS
  • Sarah, widow of Samuel (b. at Chelsea), of old age, Oct. 14, 1849; 81 y.
  • Arletta, s. of Joseph B. and Nancy, of congestion of brain, Aug. 14, 1859; 4 m. 5 d.
  • Flora R., d. of Christopher C. and Martha A. (b. in Chelsea), of throat distemper, Aug. 31, 1863; 2 y. 29 d.
  • Henry Augustus, s. of Christopher C. and Martha A., of throat distemper, Sept. 11, 1863; 4 y. 29 d.
  • James W., s. of Christopher C. and Martha A., of putrid sore throat, Sept. 13, 1863; 5 m. 6 d.
  • William C., s. of Joseph B. and Nancy S., of phthisis, Nov. 13, 1866; 21 y. 7 m. 17 d.
  • Emma C., d. of Joseph B. and Nancy S., of phthisis, Nov. 21, 1870; 20 y. 6 m. 8 d.
STRAFFORD
  • Bridget, d. of Patrick and Mary (b. in Ireland), of consumption, Aug. 28, 1865; 28 y.
STRATTON
  • William, s. of ----------, in the army, at Ticonderoga, ----------, 1776.
  • Calvin, s. of ----------, May 18, 1828.
  • ----------, a child of Mr., June 30, 1823.
  • Calvin, infant s. of Mr., Dec. 15, 1825.
  • Sarah, wife of Josiah, d. of Amos and Betsey Russell (b. in Lexington), of dropsy, May 27, 1855; 72 y. 3 m. 7 d.
  • Josiah, s. of Daniel and Martha (b. in Weston), of hypertrophy of the heart, June 14, 1865; 82 y. 7 m. 24 d.
STREETER
  • Francis R., s. of Jewett B. and S. E., of typhoid fever, July 26, 1872; 20 y. 4 m.17 d.
STURTEVANT
  • Julia A., wife of Barzillal, of dropsy, June 11, 1845; 42 y.
  • Mary, d. of Barzillal and Julia A., of consumption, Sept. 5, 1845; 4 m.
STYGLES
  • Francis, s. of John and Julia (b. in Lexington), of typhoid fever, Sept. 18, 1872; 21 y. 8 m.
SULLIVAN
  • Dennis, s. of Martin and Hannah (b. in Ireland), of lung fever, Jan. 9, 1855; 21 y.
  • Thomas V., s. of Thomas and Rebecca B. (b. in Boston), of cancer, Jan. 7, 1859; 58 y. 7 m.
  • Michael, s. of Timothy and Bridget (b. in Ireland), killed on B. & L. R. R., Oct. 5, 1864.
  • Thomas, s. of Eugene and Mary, of croup, July 7, 1867; 4 y.
  • Julia M., d. of Eugene and Mary, of diphtheria, July 19, 1867; 6 y. 5 m. 2 d.
  • Mary Abby, d. of Daniel and Clara P., Nov. 22, 1867; 23 y. 9 m. 19 d. (Gravestone.)
  • Mary, wife of Thomas, d. of John and Catharine Kane (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Jan. 28, 1868; 38 y.
  • Martha A.. d. of Michael and Susan, of pertussis, Aug. 26, 1868; 3 m.
  • Elizabeth D., widow of Thomas, d. of Julius and Martha Dunning (b. in New York City), of softening of the brain, July 25, 1869; 59 y. 4 m.
  • Mary Jane, d. of Michael and Susan, of hip disease, March 14, 1870; 3 y. 6 m.
  • Joseph, s. of Jeremiah and Mary (b. in Ireland), of phthisis, Dec. 7, 1870; 24 y.
  • Thomas, s. of ----------, (b. in Ireland), of heart disease, Feb. 6, 1871; 44 y.
  • Mary Ellen. d. of Joseph and Ellen, of chronic bronchitis, Feb. 27, 1871; 8 m. 6 d.
  • James, s. of James and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of dropsy, Sept. 14, 1871; 44y.
  • Michael J., s. of Michael and Susanna, of cholera infantum, Sept. 15, 1871; 8 m.12 d.
  • Michael, s. of Michael and Margaret, by accident, Nov. 1, 1871; 31 y. 7 m.
SUMMERS (see Somers)
SUMMER
  • Martha S., wife of ----------, (b. in Boston), from a fall, Dec. 10, 1843; 71 y.
  • Henry A.. s. of J. Henry and Mary T., of premature birth, Oct. 3, 1862; 1 h.
SURNAMES UNKNOWN (see UNKNOWN SURNAMES)
SUTHERLAND
  • Mary A., d. of Daniel and Clara (b. in Durham, Me.), of typhoid fever, Nov. 22, 1867; 23 y. 9 m.
  • Admiral F., s. of Colan and Mary J., of teething, Sept. 29, 1871; 4 m. 15 d.
SUTTON
  • Lambert, s. of ----------, Nov. 27, 1649.
SWAN
  • John, s. of John and Sarah, March 1, 1693.
  • Sarah, widow of ----------, April ----------, 1738.
  • Caleb, s. of ----------, March 30, 1816; 62 y.
  • Sarah, widow of Caleb, Nov. 15, 1821.
  • Henrietta, d. of George F. and Maria, of croup, Dec. 22, 1846; 3 y. 6 m.
  • D. Webster, s. of George F. and Maria B., of consumption, Sept. 4, 1868; 29 y. 7 m.
  • Mary P., wife of Charles, d. of David B. and Rebecca Parker, of consumption, Oct. 21, 1869; 46 y. 1 m. 14 d.
SWEENEY
  • Mary, widow of ----------, d. of Francis and Susan Stars (b. in Ireland), of old age, Sept. 23, 1867; 75 y.
SWEETSER
  • Mrs. Mercy, wife of Mr. Aaron, Dec. 7, 1775; 22 y.
  • ----------, child of ----------, at Nathan Wyman's, ----------, 1775.
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of ----------, June 7, 1842; 42 y.
  • Emma J., d. of Samuel C. and Mary E., of cholera infantum, Sept. 8, 1855; 8 m. 15 d.
  • Dolly E., d. of Samuel C. and Mary, of cholera infantum, Aug. 7, 1860; 7 m. 7 d.
  • Samuel P., s. of Samuel C. and Mary E., of lung fever, Jan. 9, 1862; 10 m. 22 d.
  • Charles, s. of Charles A. and Abby W., of congestion of the brain, May 2, 1865; 2 y. 8 m. 6 d.
SYMMES
  • Mary, d. of Willlam and Ruth, Aug. 27, 1714; 3 m.
  • Ruth, wife of William, Nov. 16, 1758.
  • Abigail, wife of John, March 8, 1762; 28 y.
  • William, s. of ----------, May 24, 1764; 86 y.
  • ----------, child of Samuel, ----------, 1775.
  • ----------, child of Samuel, ----, Feb. 21, 1785.
  • John, s. of ----------, May 14, 1785.
  • Mr. Zachariah, s. of ----------, April 19, 1793; 87 y.
  • Judith, wife of Zachariah, July 24, 1795; 84 y.
  • Polly, d. of ----------, Sept. 5, 1795; 17 y.
  • Rebecca, wife of Zachariah, Aug. 10, 1805; 63 y.
  • Zachariah, s. of ----------, Jan. 19, 1806; 63 y.
  • Abigail Felton, d. of Samuel, Jr., Nov. 11, 1812; 9 d.
  • Samuel, s. of ----------, Sept. 11, 1816; 69 y.
  • William, s. of ----------, Jan. 1, 1819; 61 y.
  • William, s. of Zachariah and Nancy, Oct. 22, 1822; 3 y. 9 m.
  • ----------, child of Mr. Horatio, Oct. 28, 1823.
  • ----------, child of Mr. Horatio, Nov. 12, 1828; 2 y.
  • Zachariah, 3d, s. of ----------, April 16, 1830; 28 y. (Also recorded 1831)
  • Samuel F., s. of Samuel and Mary, March 13, 1832; 18 y.
  • Abigail, wife of John, Nov. 8, 1834; 38 y.
  • William Franklin, s. of John and Almlra, of dropsy in the head, Nov. 14, 1843; 1 y. 6 m.
  • Almira E., wife of John, Jr., d. of Joshua and Almira Stoddard,of dropsy, March 28, 1844; 24 y.
  • Zachariah, s. of Zachariah and ----------, of bilious colic, Dec. 22, 1845; 76 y.
  • Joseph B., s. of Samuel and Susanna, of cancerous tumor, March 22, 1850; 66 y.
  • Hannah, widow of Zachariah, d. of Nathan and Lydia Richardson, of typhoid fever, March 23, 1857; 78 y.
TABOR
  • Haynes Johnson, s. of Newell Z. and Eliza S., of water on the brain, Aug. 16, 1864; 1 y. 9 m. 4 d.
TAFFY
  • John, s. of John and Bridget, of water on the brain, Aug. 15, 1863; 1 y. 4 m.
  • William, s. of John and Bridget, of measles, June 26, 1864; 1 y. 6 d.
  • Bridget, wife of John, d. of Gerret and ----------, Riley (b. in Ireland), of ascites, Aug. 9, 1871; 48 y.
TAPLIN
  • George, s. of Mansfield and Martha (b. in Corinth, Vt.), of phthisls, March 3, 1869; 51 y. 9 m. 25 d.
TAY
  • Nathaniel, s. of ----------, April 18, 1724.
  • Bathsheba, widow of ----------, July 9, 1730.
  • Ruth, d. of Mr. William, Jan. 15, 1747; 10 y. 4 m. 9 d.
  • Mary, d. of William and Abigail, May 5, 1747; 1 y. 10 m.
  • Mr. Nathaniel, s. of ----------, April 2, 1758.
  • Mrs. ----------, wife of ----------,----------,1776.
  • Archeiaus, s. of William and Susanna, Oct. 22, 1776.
  • Abigail, wife of Lieut. William, Sept. 26, 1778; 71 y.
  • Lieut. William, s. of ----------, Dec. 8, 1780.
  • ----------, child of Aaron, March 15, 1783.
  • Hannah, d. of ----------, Dec. 25, 1786; 24 y.
  • James, s. of John, July 16, 1788; 6 y.
  • Abigail, d. of ----------, Aprii 27, 1789; 21 y.
  • John, Jr., s. of ----------, May 15, 1791; 3 y.
  • Lucy, d. of ----------, Nov. 22, 1793; 18 y.
  • Kate, a black woman in Major Tay's family, of old age, July ----------, 1794.
  • Aaron, s. of ----------, Dec. 15, 1794; 45 y.
  • William, s. of ----------, March 17, 1795; 68 y.
  • ----------, child of John, Sept. 25, 1797; 6 m.
  • Capt. Jesse, s. of ----------, at Bedford, N. H., Nov.( ?) , 1797.
  • Aaron, s. of ----------, June --, 1800; 19 y.
  • Joshua, s. of ----------, Dec. 29, 1801; 61 y.
  • ----------, child of John, Sept. 8, 1801.
  • Susanna, widow of William, March 15, 1803.
  • Samuel, s. of ----------, Nov. 2 or 3, 1804; 66 y.
  • ----------, child of Josiah, Sept. 9, 1808; 4 d.
  • Rebecca, d. of ----------, March 6, 1810; 24 y.
  • Oliver Warren, s. of Oliver and Joanna, Sept. 17, 1811; 1 m.
  • Phebe, widow of ----------, June 29, 1814; 67 y.
  • Warren, s. of Oliver, Aug. 17, 1814; 16 m.
  • ----------, infant child of Oliver, Oct. 25, 1814; 1 d.
  • James, s. of John, April 2, 1818; 28 y.
  • William, 2d, s. of ----------, belonged to Woburn, in Stoneham, April 27, 1820; 41 y.
  • Ebenezer, s. of ------------, Dec. 3, 1822.
  • Mr. John, s. of ------------, Jan. 14, 1826.
  • Mr. Joshua, s. of ------------, Feb. 2, 1826; 61 y.
  • ------------, child of Luke, Sept. 7, 1826.
  • ------------, child of Luke, Aug. 9, 1826.
  • Lieut. William, s. of ------------, Nov. 28, 1827; 78 y.
  • Sally Holden, d. of Luke and Rachel. Dec. 23, 1828; 1 y.
  • Hannah, widow of Lieut. William, Nov. 10, 1829; 80 y.
  • ------------, infant child of William, Oct. 8, 1829.
  • Rhoda, wife of William, Sept. 8, 1830; 34 y.
  • Susanna, widow of ------------, Sept. 13, 1833; 90 y.
  • John Augustus, s. of John B. and Abigail, Sept. 17, 1838; 9 w. 4 d.
  • William, s. of ------------, July 31, 1841; 49 y. (Gravestone.)
  • ------------, d. of John B., Sept. 3, 1841; 6 w.
  • Abigail P., d. of ------------, Sept. 23, 1841; 25 y.
  • Sarah, widow of John, d. of Daniel and Patience Cutter (b. in Medford), of old age, Sept. 27, 1845; 83 y.
  • Benjamin, s. of Benjamin and Hannah, of weakness, Jan. 27, 1846; 4 d.
  • Oliver P., s. of Oliver P. and Abigail, of scarlet fever, Nov. 20, 1848; 5 y. 6 m. 17 d.
  • Rachel, wife of Luke, d. of ------------, Learned (b. in Salem), of dropsy, Jan. 28, 1850 [1849, gravestone]; 48 y. 3 m.
  • Lora S., wife of Cyrus, d. of Dennis and Ruth Buckman, of consumption, Feb. 8, 1851; 23 y.
  • Abigail, wife of Oliver P., d. of Ezra and Rhoda Thompson (b. in Wilmot, N. H.), of consumption, July 26, 1854; 33 y. 4 m.
  • Sarah A., wife of John, d. of David and Dorcas Lewis, of consumption, Jan. 20, 1855; 21 y.
  • Lydia, wife of Archelaus, d. of Thomas McMaster (b. in Antrim, N. H.), of cancer, March 4, 1855; 68 y.
  • Archelaus, s. of William and Hannah, of dropsy, Aug. 30, 1855; 77 y.
  • Lorinda, wife of Luke, d. of Edmund and Hannah Beaman (b. in Boston), of cancer, June 25, 1858; 53 y. 6 m.
  • Estella, d. of Oliver P. and Abigail, of scarlatina, Sept. 26, 1859; 9 y. 11 m.18 d.
  • Joanna C., wife of Oliver, d. of Stephen and Mary Cummings, April 9, 1861; 64 y. 8 m.
  • Caroline, wife of Oliver P., d. of George and Mary P. Bancroft (b. in Reading), of apoplexy, May 17, 1862; 29 y. [28 y. 5 m., gravestone].
  • Josiah, s. of Joshua and Susanna, 3d, Dec. 22, 1862; 81 y. 2 m. 9 d.
  • John S., s. of ----------, March 1, 1869; 43 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Sylvester, s. of John and Martha, of consumption, March 1, 1869; 42 y. 5 m. 21 d.
  • Oliver P., s. of Oliver and Joanna, of paralysis, July 7, 1871; 55 y. 8 m. 28 d.
  • Luke, s. of John and Sarah, of consumption, March 24, 1872; 73 y. 6 m.
TAYLOR
  • ----------, d. of John, June 4, 1786; 2 y. 2 m.
  • Hannah, widow of ----------, Nov. 16, 1829; 80 y.
  • Julia Ann, d. of Samuel W. and ----------, of disorder in the head, March 15, 1845; 17 y.
  • Charles, s. of ----------, (b. in Cheshire, England), of consumption, Oct. 24, 1848; 24 y.
  • Nancy, wife of Philip, d. of Bartlett and Lydia LeBarron (b. in Plymonth), of dropsy, March 28, 1853; 63 y. 4 m.
  • Lucy, wife of ----------, Jan. 26, 1861; 66 y.
  • Philip, s. of ----------, Oct. 20, 1863; 77 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Luella A., d. of Asa and Julia A. (b. in Abington, Mass.), of convulsions, Oct, 5, 1864; 2 y.
  • John, s. of Oliver and Susan (b. in Campton, N. H.), of old age, Dec. 15, 1865; 73 y. 4 m.
  • Charles Burton, s. of Charles H. and Jennie E. (b. in Harrison, N. J.), of canker, Aug. 13, 1870; 4 m. 10 d.
  • Eunice W., wife of James, d. of Timothy and Eunice Foster (b. in Wilmington),of palsy, Oct. 31, 1870; 65 y.
  • James, s. of James and ----------, (b. in North Reading), of dropsy, July 2, 1871; 72 y.
TEARE
  • Philip, 2d, s. of Charles and June (b. in Isle of Man), Jan. 19, 1866; 24 y.
TEEL
  • ----------, child of Joseph, Sept. 25, 1826.
  • ----------, child of Joseph, ----,1831.
TEMPLE
  • Fannie, d. of Robert, Esq., Nov. 25, 1775; 19 y.
  • Madam, d. of ----------, late of Charlestown, Dec. 23, 1775; 84 y.
TENNEY
  • John B., s. of ----------, Feb. 17, 1857; 33 y. (Gravestone.)
  • John, s. of John and Louisa (b. in Concord), of cholera infantum, Aug. 10, 1857; 1 y.
  • Harriet, widow of John G., d. of Lewis and Jerusha Goodwin (b. in Stow), of apoplexy, April 7, 1858; 56 y.
  • Elizabeth, d. of John G. and Harriet (b. in Bedford), of scarlatina, June 18, 1858; 20 y.
  • John Alpheus, s. of Warren C. and Jeannette M., April 9, 1864; 4 d.
THAYER
  • Joseph W., s. of Joseph and Mary, March 14, 1832; 2 y. 10 m. (Gravestone.)
  • John W., s. of Joseph and Mary, April 7, 1832; 6 y. 10 m. (Gravestone.)
  • Joseph, s. of Joseph and Mary, Sept. 7, 1838; 3 y. 8 m. (Gravestone.)
  • ----------, d. of Mr., of Boston, Sept. 11, 1841; 10 y.
  • Joseph, s. of Joseph and Abigail, of consumption, June 5, 1843; 43 y.
  • John, s. of James and Hannah (b. in Boston), of consumption, Oct. 25, 1850; 42 y.
  • Henry W., s. of John E. and Mary, of premature birth, Feb. 19, 1862; 7 m.
  • John E., s. of Joseph and Mary E., of consumption, July 8, 1863; 30 y. 4 m. 22 d.
  • Frank H., s. of John E. and Mary, of consumption, March 6, 1871; 7 y. 7 m.
THEOBALD
  • George, s. of John and Frances (b. in England), of typhoid fever, Oct. 13, 1863; 53 y.
THISTLE
  • Sarah, d. of ----------, (b. in Glasgow, Scotland), of cancer, June 23, 1851; 18 y.
THOMAS
  • James B., s. of Nehemiah and Martha (b. in Gloucester), of consumption, March 11, 1849; ab. 53 y.
THOMPSON
  • Elizabeth, wife of James, Nov. 13, 1643.
  • John, s. of Simon, April 12, 1645.
  • James, s. of James, Jan. 24, 1647.
  • Simon, s. of ----------, May ----------, 1658.
  • Susanna, wife of James, Feb. 10, 1661.
  • Mary, d. of Simon, Feb. 2, 1662.
  • Hannah, wife of James, Feb. 4, 1686.
  • Jonathan, s. of ----------, Oct. 20, 1691.
  • Lieut. James, s. of ----------, Sept. 14, 1698; 44 y.
  • Susanna, d. of ----------, Feb. 6, 1698.
  • Ebenezer, s. of ----------, Feb. 19, 1698.
  • Hannah, d. of ----------, May 8, 1699.
  • Richard, s. of ----------, Jan. 7, 1719; 80 y. 9 m. 16 d.
  • Phebe, d. of Joshua and Martha, Jan. 30, 1720.
  • Elizabeth, d. of James and Abigail, April 16, 1728.
  • Simon, s. of ----------, Dec. 12, 1736.
  • Ebenezer, s. of ----------, of Charlestown, April 19, 1741; 58 y.
  • Jabez, s. of Jabez and Lydia, May 30, 1742.(Also recorded May 31, 1743)
  • Samuel, s. of ----------, May 13, 1748; 43 y.
  • Lydia, d. of Mr. Jabez, Oct. 30, 1749.
  • Esther, d. of Mr. Jabez, Nov. 1, 1749.
  • Jonathan, s. of ----------, of Medford, June 9, 1752; 62 y.
  • Hannah, d. of ----------, June 16, 1754; 37 y.
  • Mary, widow of Ebenezer, March 11, 1755; 72 y.
  • Benjamin, s. of ----------, Nov. 7, 1755; 25 y.
  • Mary, d. of Samuel and Abigail, April 6, 1759; 1 y. 2 m.
  • Esther, wife of Mr. Abijah, of smallpox, Jan. 3, 1761; 21 y.
  • Abigail, wife of Lieut. Samuel, Sept. 21, 1768; 35 y.
  • Arphazad, s. of Samuel and Abigail, Dec. 15, 1771; 8 y. 9 m.
  • Mr. Daniel, s. of ----------, killed in Concord Fight, April 19, 1775; 40 y.
  • Ruth, widow of Samuel. Oct. , 1775; 69 y.
  • Lydia, widow of ----------, May --, 1776.
  • Samuel, s. of Samuel and Abigail, Aug. 12, 1776; 22 y. 4 m.
  • ----------, wife of James, Dec. 23, 1777; ab. 70 y.
  • Abigail (?), wife of Abijah, , 1778.
  • James, s. of ----------, Jan. 6, 1784; 83 y.
  • Martha, widow of David, June 3, 1788; 65 y.
  • Lydia, second wife of Samuel, Esq., Oct. 19, 1788; 54 y.
  • ----------, child of Ebenezer, Nov. 4, 1789; under 1 y.
  • Nancy, d. of Abijah, Jan. 15, 1790; 2 y.
  • ----------, wife of Ebenezer, May 30, 1790; 23 y.
  • Abigail, d. of Abijah, Jr., and Lydia, Oct. 10, 1801; 10 y.
  • Samuel, s. of Jonathan, in Ipswich, N. H., brought to Woburn and buried, Sept. 10, 1802.
  • Stephen, s. of Abijah Jr., and Lydia, July 11, 1803; 6 y.
  • James, s. of ----------, of town's poor, May 24, 1803; 60 y.
  • Jabez, s. of ----------, Jan. 15, 1804.
  • Lydia, wife of Abijah, Jr., Feb. 3, 1805; 34 y.
  • Abijah, s. of ----------, sheriff, Jan. 16, 1811; 72 y.
  • Hiram, s. of ----------, Jan. 15, 1812; 68 y.
  • Esther, d. of ----------, Oct. 4, 1815; 83 (?) y.
  • ----------,infant d. of Leonard, Jr., June 1, 1816; 4 or 5 h.
  • Sarah S., d. of Charles and Mary, April 8, 1818; 5 1/2 w.
  • Esther, wife of Samuel, Esq., Aug. 5, 1818; 84 y.
  • Leonard. s. of ----------, Sept. 6, 1819; 56 y.
  • Major Abijah, s. of ----------, Oct. 27, 1820; 52 y.
  • Samuel, Esq., s. of ----------, Aug. 17, 1820; 89 y.
  • ----------, widow of Jabez in S. Reading, Dec. 21, 1820; 82 y.
  • Sarah, widow of Abijah, March 22, 1821; 66 y.
  • Lydia, d. of Major Abijah and Lydia, Nov. 25, 1822; 12 y. 10 m. 19 d.
  • ----------, child of Benjamin F., Sept 7, 1826.
  • ----------, child of Abijah, Sept. 11, 1826.
  • ----------, child of Mr. David, Sept. 17, 1826.
  • ----------, child of Mr. Daniel, Jan. 4, 1827; 2 d.
  • Miriam, widow of ----------, Dec. 31, 1828; 58 (?) y. (63? y.)
  • ----------, child of David, May 19, 1830.
  • ----------, wife of David, , 1831.
  • ----------, child of David, ----------,1831.
  • Hannah, wife of Col. Leonard, April 17, 1834; 44 y.
  • Miss Submit B., d. of ----------, Nov. 7, 1836; 21 y.
  • Capt. Jonathan, s. of Samuel, Esq., Nov. 21, 1836; 76 y. 7 m. (Gravestone. Second Burying Ground.)
  • Mary Martha, wife of Stephen, Jan. 7, 1839; 22 y.
  • Mary Elizabeth, d. of Charles R. and Elizabeth M., Nov. 11, 1840; 5 y.
  • Lydia, widow of Major Abijah, April 22, 1840; 63 y.
  • Submit R., wife of Rufus April 14, 1841; 49 y.
  • Albert, s. of Albert, Aug. 30, 1841; 49 y.(See Thompson Memorial, page 132.)
  • ----------, d. of Daniel P., Feb. 28, 1843; 2 d.
  • Mrs. Susanna, wife of Daniel, March 2, 1843; 38 y.
  • Kezia, d. of Jabez and Lydia, of old age, March 10, 1843; 96 y.
  • George, s. of ----------, Dec. 31, 1845; 48 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Esther, widow of Leonard, d. of Jesse and Esther Wyman, of old age, Oct. 2, 1846; 80 y.
  • Sarah S., d. of Charles and Mary, of consumption, Oct. 8, 1846; 27 y.
  • Margery, d. of ----------, Aug. 28, 1847; 59 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Louisa, wife of Stephen (b. in Essex, N. Y.), of childbirth, Jan. 27, 1848; 34 y.
  • Elizabeth G., d. of Daniel P. and Fanny, of weakness, Feb. 21, 1848; 16 d.
  • Samuel, s. of ----------, (b. Nov. 13, 1803), Aug. 1, 1848. (Gravestone.)
  • Daniel P., s. of David and Rachel (b. in Guilford, N. H.), of consumption of blood, Oct. 17, 1852; 54 y.
  • Mary, widow of Jonathan, d. of Juduthun and Mary Richardson, of old age, May 1,1854; 89 y. 9 m.
  • Alpha, s. of Abijah and Sarah, of chronic dysentery, Aug. 27, 1854; 69 y.
  • Anna B., wife of Leonard, d. of Samuel and Susan Mead (b. in Amesbury), of consumption, Feb. 22, 1855; 51 y. [50 y., gravestone].
  • Joseph, s. of Samuel and Olive (b. in Tewksbury), of paralysis, May 23, 1855; 57 y.
  • Jonathan, s. of Jonathan and Mary (b. in Nelson, N. H.) of cancer, May 30, 1855; 69 y.
  • Henry S., s. of Charles and Maria, of marasmus, Oct. 4, 1855 (Sept. 14, 1856, gravestone.) 1 y. 6 m.
  • Susan C., wife of Stephen (b. in Cambridge, Vt.), of consumption, Oct. 13, 1860; 38 y.
  • Emily, d. of Jonathan and Mary, of jaundice, Dec. 10, 1860; 65 y. 10 m. 19 d.
  • Abijah F. s. of Abijah and Celinda, of internal cancer, Aug. 5, 1861; 32 y.
  • Corp. Francis, s. of Samuel I. and Lorena W. (b. in Chelsea), killed in battle, at Gaines' Mills, Va., June 27, 1862; 17 y. 2 m. 16 d.
  • Capt. Samuel Ingalls, s. of Samuel and Lucy (b. in Tewksbury, April 17, 1820), of wounds, in Baltimore, Md., Aug. 4, 1862; 42 y. 3 m. 17 d.
  • Anna M., d. of Leonard and Anna B., of consumption, May 2, 1863; 22 y. 10 m. 28 d.
  • Fanny, d. of Aaron and Sarah Ann, of consumption, June 29, 1863; 14 y. 3 m. [9 m., gravestone].
  • Mary, wife of Charles, d. of Samuel and Catharine Wyman, of congestion of the lungs, Dec. 6, 1866; 83 y. 9 m. 22 d.
  • Celinda, wife of Abjjah, d. of William and Arethusa Fox, of organic structure of the colon, Sept. 11, 1866; 70 y. 10 m.
  • Alta C., d. of Samuel I. and Lorena (b. in Lawrence), of consumption, March 7, 1867; 18 y. 8 m. 27 d.
  • Abijah, s. of Abijah and Lydia, of softening of the brain, June 7, 1868; 75 y. 17 d.
  • Caroline, wife of Timothy A., d. of Levi and Ruth Johnson (b. Dec. 31, 1828), July 31, 1868. (Gravestone.)
  • Mary, widow of Alpha, d. of John and Susan Scottow, of natural decay, Aug. 18, 1868; 86 y. 11 m.
  • Clarissa, widow of -------, d. of Solomon and Lydia Trull (b. in Burlington), of typhoid fever, Sept. 7, 1868; 70 y. 3 m.
  • Frank E., s. of Samuel F. and Mary E., of croup, Nov. 29, 1868; 3 y. 4 m. 19 d.
  • Charles, s. of Abijah and Sarah, of cancer, May 16, 1869; 88 y. 5 m. 21 d.
  • Lorena W., widow of Samuel I., d. of Stephen and Louisa Willard (b. in Sanford, Me.), of tumor, Sept. 15, 1869; 46 y. 9 m. 28 d.
  • Silas H., s. of George P. and Elizabeth (b. in Nova Scotia), Aug. 20, 1872.
  • Warren, s. of Albert and Serviah B., of typhoid fever, Dec. 12, 1872; 21 y. 10 m.
THORNTON
  • Mary Ann, d. of Owen and Catharine (b. in Providence, R. I.), of hypertrophy of the heart, Oct. 21, 1868; 21 y. 6 m. 26 d.
  • Francis, s. of John and Ellen, of hydrocephalus, Jan. 10, 1869; 1 y. 7 m.
  • George, s. of -------, and Margaret (b. in Boston), in Boston, April 14, 1872; 18 y.
THURLOW
  • Henry J., s. of Jacob and Martha (b. in Charlestown), of consumption, June 8, 1845; 18 y.
THURSTON
  • Phebe, wife of Samuel, d. of Joshua and Eunice Noyes (b. in Boscawen, N. H.), of insanity, March 18, 1863; 62 y.
TIBBETTS
  • Samuel, s. of John and Susan (b. in Rochester, N. H.), of consumption, Dec. 8, 1871; 67 y. 7 m.
TIDD
  • Samuel, s. of -------, -------, 1651.
  • Margaret, wife of John, -------, 1651.
  • John, s. of -------, April 24, 1657.
  • Joseph, s. of John, Feb. 1, 1661.
  • Ebenezer, s. of -------, Aug. 18, 1725.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Sergt. John, Oct. 6, 1732.
  • Rebecca, d. of John, May 21, 1738.
  • Old Mr. John, s. of -------, Aug. 3, 1743.
  • Jacob, s. of -------, July ---, 1745.
  • Samuel, s. of Samuel and Phebe, in the army at Lake George, Oct. 10, 1758.
  • Phebe, wife of Mr. Samuel, Nov. 18, 1765.
  • -------, wife of Samuel, May 5, 1785.
  • Lieut. Jonathan, s. of -------, Aug. 16, 1785; 59 y.
  • A negro man of widow Tldd, Sept. 10, 1785; 22 y.
  • -------, child of Jonathan, buried Jan. 11, 1790.
  • Samuel, Sen., s of -------, Oct. 7, 1791.
  • Serviah, widow of -------, May 8, 1791; 64 y.
  • -------, child of Mr. Jonathan, Dec. 26, 1798; 3 y.
  • -------, youngest child of Samuel, Oct. 13, 1802.
  • Samuel, s. of -------, Aug. -------, 1804; 39 y.
  • Rosanna, wife of Willlam, May 19, 1816; 21 y.
  • -------, infant of Luke, July 26, 1818.
  • Jacob, s. of -------, April 15, 1819; 51 y.
  • Alfred, s. of Jonathan Jr., March 27, 1821; 5 y.
  • Susan, wife of Capt. John, Aug. 26, 1822; 27 y.
  • Dea. Samuel, s. of -------, Nov. 12, 1826; 39 y.
  • -------, child of William, Oct. (2?), 1826.
  • Jonathan, Jr., s. of -------, April 19, 1830.
  • Julia Ann, wife of Dea. John, June 4, 1832; 23 y.
  • Mr. Ebenezer, s. of -------, May 3, 1833; 31 y.
  • Rhoda, wife of Jonathan, Jan. 15, 1836.
  • Mary, wife of Dea. Samuel, March 21, 1836; 47 y.
  • F. J. Haydn, s. of Marshall and Sarah Ann (b. Jan. 3, 1836), March 13, 1839. (Gravestone.)
  • Mrs. Sally, wife of Jonathan, Dec. 17, 1841; 27 y. 6 m.
  • Jonathan, s. of -------, Feb. 17, 1842; 84 y.
  • Hannah, wife of Samuel B., d. of -------,Symmes, of consumption, June 28, 1848; 45 y.
  • Samuel B., s. of Samuel and Ruhamah, of consumption, Sept. 19, 1848; 52 y.
  • Marshall, s. of Samuel and Susanna, of rheumatic fever and erysipelas, April 22,1851; 47 y.
  • Don, s. of Jonathan and Sally, of typhoid fever, Feb. 12, 1852 [1851, gravestone]; 11 y. 3 d.
  • Warner C., s. of John and Julia A., of typhoid fever, Oct. 29, 1853; 26 y. 2 m. 4 d.
  • Henry, s. of Henry and Mary S., of canker, Aug. 11, 1854; 21 d.
  • Alice, d. of Horace H. and Almira, of teething, May 15, 1858; 1 y. 9 m. 11 d.
  • Aurelia M., wife of Warner C., Oct. 11, 1859; 32 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Wiliam C., s. of Charles and Abbie, of premature blrth, Feb, 24, 1860; 8 h.
  • Harriet A., wife of Squire, d. of Oliver and Harriet Wheeler (b. in Stoneham), of consumption, Dec. 23, 1863; 43 y.
  • Charles, s. of William and Rosanna, of cancer of liver, Feb. 14, 1864; 47 y. 9 m.
  • Daniel, s. of Jonathan and Cynthia, of cancer, Nov. 1, 1867; 49 y. 10 m.
  • John, s. of Samuel and Susanna, of pneumonia, Oct. 29, 1868; 79 y. 6 m. 15 d.
  • Abby E., widow of Charles, d. of Noah and Esther Eaton, of phthisis, July 22, 1869; 48 y. 3 m. 17 d.
  • Harriet D. F., wife of Jonathan, d. of Samuel and Sally Hitchcock (b. in Claremont, N. H.), of phthisis, Jan. 10, 1870; 51 y. 5 m. 1 d. [52 y. 8 m. gravestone].
  • Cynthia, widow of Jonathan, d. of John and Abigail Eames, of old age; Aug. 25, 1872; 89 y. 11 m.
TILLSON
  • David H., s. of David and Catharine (b. in Boston), of concussion of the brain, Jan. 17, 1872; 42 y.
TILTON
  • David, s. of John and Sally (b. in Lower Gilmanton, N. H.), of urinary calcull, Feb. 10, 1869; 62 y. 7 m.
TODD
  • Ann, wife of Thomas (b. in Boston), of convulsions, Sept. 24, 1849; 37 y.
  • Joseph E., s. of Joseph and Sarah (b. in Charlottetown, P. E. I.),of measles, May 15, 1867; 1 y. 9 m. 19 d.
TOLAN
  • Charles, s. of Charles and Mary A., of diarrhoea, Sept. 29, 1862; 15 d.
  • Mary, d, of Hugh and Celia (b. in Boston), of diarrhoea, July 28, 1864; 1 y. 1 m.
  • Patrick, s. of John and Bridget (b. in Ireland), of peritonitis, June 18, 1865; 24 y.
  • John, s. of Charles and Mary A., of cholera infantum, Sept. 5, 1865; 2 m.
  • Rosanna, d. of Charles and Mary Ann, March 20, 1867; 8 d.
  • Thomas, s. of Patrick and Rose, of marasmus, May 6, 1868; 7 m. 14 d.
  • Rosie, wife of Patrick, d. of Thomas end Catharine Conlon (b. Ireland), of hemlplegy, Sept. 28, 1869; 41 y.
  • Charles, s. of Charles and Mary, of cholera infantum, Oct. 1, 1869; 1 y. 8 m.
  • William, s. of Charles and Mary A., of cholera infantum, Aug. 14, 1871; 18 d.
  • Anna, d. of Charles and Mary, of cholera infantum, Sept. 20, 1872; 2 m.
TOOMEY
  • John W., s. of Patrick and Bridget, of scarlatina, June 5, 1857; 4 y.
TOTMAN (see also Tottingham)
  • Charlotte, wife of Daniel, March 7, 1828; 44 y.
TOTTINGHAM
  • Anna, wife of Henry, Feb. 23, 1654.
  • Nehemiah, s. of ---------, March 28, 1714.
  • Eliah, s. of ---------, Nov. 27, 1717.
  • Henry, s. of ---------, April 5, 1728.
  • Rebecca, d. of Eliah and Rebecca, April 28, 1733.
  • Abigail, d. of Eliah and Rebecca, Dec. 30, 1737.
  • Eliah, s. of ---------, March 29, 1743.
  • Ephraim, s. of ---------, Nov. 13, 1794.
  • Elisha, s. of ---------, Jan. 19, 1802; 89 y.
  • Jonathan, s. of ---------, Nov. 20, 1802.
  • Sarah, widow of Elisha, Jan. 8, 1809; 93 y.
  • James, s. of ---------, found dead in his bed, Aug. 10, 1809; 56 y.
  • Abigail, d, of ---------, Aug, 22, 1810; 54 y.
  • Mary, d. of Mosses and Sarah (b. in Ashburnham), Aug. 14, 1862.
TOWNE
  • Mary P., wife of Levi P. (b. in West Cambridge), of consumption, Oct. 5, 1844; 31 y.
  • Mary Louisa, d. of Levi and Mary P., of consumption, Jan. 29, 1845; 5 m. 15 d.
TOWNER
  • William R., s. of Russell and Mary, of teething, Dec. 6, 1853; 1 y.
TRACY
  • Catharine, d. of Michael and Agnes, of whooping cough, Jane 11, 1871; 5 m. 25 d.
TRASK
  • Mary, d. of ---------, pauper, of Lexington, March 17, 1797; 77y.
  • Mary R., d. of Moses C. and Mary C., Aug. 3, 1839; 6 y. 11 m.
  • ---------, d. of Moses C., Sept. 5, 1841; 6 w.
THOWBRIDGE
  • Willie L., s. of C. I. and Carrie A., of pneumonia, Feb. 15, 1865; 2 m. 18 d.
TRUE
  • Mary E., wife John, d. of ---------, and Sarah Gates (b. in Salisbury), of lung fever, Nov. 8, 1863; 33 y.
  • Franklin Bagley, s. of Ephraim and Ann (b. in Seabrook, N. H.), of wounds, in Salisbury, Mass., Nov. 17, 1864; 25 y.
TRULL
  • Lydia, d. of Soloman, May 19, 1792; 2 y.
  • Charles C., s. of George and Delphina R., Aug. 28, 1841; 4 m.
  • Lydia, widow of Solomon, late of Burlington, (b. in Tewksbury), of pleurisy, May 28, 1847; 81 y.
  • Delphina R., wife of George, d. of Luke and Mary Reed, of cancer, May 27, 1859; 46 y. 6 m. 4 d.
  • Fannie H., d. of Charles and Sarah A. (b. in Boston), of typhoid dysentery, Sept. 3, 1864; 16 y. 11 m.
  • Mandana C., d. of Elbridge and Sylvia M., of heart disease, Sept. 9, 1865; 23 y. 3 m.
  • George, s. of ---------, Nov. 21, 1865; 59 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Ella Maria, d. of Elbridge and Sylvia, of phthisis, March 12, 1866; 21 y. 6 m. 5 d.
  • Sylvia M., wife of Elbrldge, d. of Abraham and Anna Copeland (b. in Washington, N. H.), of phthisis, Dec. 2, 1867; 57 y. 6 m.
  • Charles, s. of Charles and Sarah A. (b. in Boston), of dysentery, Oct. 3, 1868; 18 y. 9 m. 5 d.
  • George A., s. of George and Delphina R., Jan. 29, 1870; 34 y. 10 m. (Gravestone.)
  • Mary A., d. of Alfred A. and Margaret E., of phthisis, Nov. 26, 1871; 19 y. 6 m. 28 d.
TUCK
  • George W., s. of John and Sarah (b. in Beverly), of colic, Dec. 21, 1859; 28 y. 9 m.
  • Benjamin F., s. of John and Sarah (b. in Watertown), of apoplexy, May 12, 1865; 46 y. 2 m.
TUFTS
  • Peter, s. of Mr. Peter, Jr., and Mrs. Ann, March 19, 1752; 10 m.
  • Samuel, s. of ---------, pauper, of Medford, Feb. 2, 1808; 49 y.
  • Hannah A., d. of ---------, Sept. 10, 1842; 2 m.
  • Mary Jane, wife of Franklin (b. in Porter, Me.)l of consumption, May 10, 1850; 24 y.
  • Susannah, widow of Benjamin (b. in Charlestown), of mortification, Nov. 3, 1852; 69 y.
TURNER
  • Charles A., s. of Abel and Charlotte, of fits, Nov. 24, 1830; 1 m. 27 d.
  • Harriet F., d. of Abel and Charlotte, of fits, Oct. 30, 1851: 3 y. 4 m.
  • ---------, s. of Cephas and V. B., of premature birth, May 15, 1867; 1 d.
TUTTLE
  • Ella M., d. of Aaron, Jr., and Mary Ann, of cholera infantum, Aug. 11, 1848; 3 m.
  • Aaron, s. of Israel and ---------, (b. in Chelsea), of debilitation, Sept. 4, 1852; 57 y.
  • Hannah, widow of Aaron, d. of Peter and Betsey Conrey (b. in Bedford), of lung fever, Dec. 22, 1863; 77 y. 6 m.
  • Aaron, s. of Aaron and Hannah (b. in Chelsea), of animal poison, Jan. 24, 1865; 43 y. 5 m.
TWEED
  • ---------, wife of James, May 26, 1783; 35 y.
  • Sarah H., d. of James and Sarah, Nov. 21, 1829(?); 1 y. 8 m.
  • Joel, s. of ---------, (b. in Wilmington), of erysipelas, Sept. 25, 1844; 56 y. 3 m.
  • Maria, d. of James, Jr., and Sarah, of scarlet fever, Dec. 24, 1844; 5 y. 11 m.
  • Sarah P., d. of James, Jr., and Sarah, of scarlet fever, Jan. 12, 1845; 2 y. 8 m.
  • Mary L., d. of James and Sarah, of typhoid fever, Jan. 18, 1862; 15 y. 4 m. 14 d.
  • Sarah S., wife of Joseph, May 8, 1868; 42 y. (Gravestone.)
  • Sarah, wife of James, d. of Francis and Sally Snow (b. in Wilmington), of phthisis, May 6, 1868; 42 y.
  • James, s. of James and Sarah, of consumption, Sept. 9, 1872; 42 y. 3 m. 19 d.
TWIST
  • Edward, s. of Edward and Hannah, Aug. 19, 1743.
  • Lydia, wife of Mr. James, March 26, 1776; in her 57th year.
  • ---------, wife of Edward, June 18, 1784; 60 y.
  • Edward, s. of ---------, Oct. 7, 1785; 74 y.
  • Jesse, s. of Edward, July 6, 1787; 17 y. 3 m.
  • Sybil, d. of Stephen, April 20, 1795; 11(?) y.
TYLER
  • ---------, wife of Mr. Jacob, Dec. 20, 1758.
  • Eleanor, wife of Mr. Moses, Jan. 31, 1766.
  • Mr. Jacob, s. of ---------, March 24, 1778.
  • Anna, wife of Moses, March 18, 1781.
  • John, s. of Moses and Anna, April 29, 1782.
  • Benjamin, s. of Moses and Anna, Sept. 24, 1782.
  • Isaac, s. of ---------, drowned, June 24, 1788; 16 m.
  • ---------, child of Jonathan, July 14, 1789; under 1 y.
  • Abigail, d. of ---------, of Boston, June 9, 1795.
  • ---------, child of Jonathan, April 12, 1803.
  • Rhoda, wife of Jonathan, Dec. 5, 1828; 68 y.
  • Betsey, wife of Joseph, Dec. 22, 1831; 32 (?) y.
  • Joseph H., s. of Joseph and Betsey, May 9, 1832; 5 y. (Gravestone, Second Burying Ground.)
  • Lucy, d. of Joseph and Betsey, Sept. 8, 1832; 9 m. 14 d. (Gravestone, Second Burying Ground.)
  • Mr. Jonathan, s. of ---------, Feb. 14, 1833; 72 y.
  • Eliza, d. of Moses and Ann, of consumption, April 14, 1846; 44 y.
  • Marietta L., d. of James P. and Louisa L., of lung fever, April 14, 1849; 2 y. 4 m.
  • Job, s. of Abraham and Sarah (b. in Boston), of asthma (old age), Jan. 1, 1857; 84 y. 2 m.
  • Ansel, s. of Moses and Sarah (b. in Lunenburg), of heart disease, March 12, 1858; 69 y.
  • Clarissa, d. of Jonathan and Rhoda ---------, of neuralgia, Dec. 3, 1860; 59 y.
  • John N., s. of Joseph and Emeline M. (b. in Wilmington), of typhoid fever, Sept. 5, 1865; 18 y. 3 m.
  • Jeremiah, s. of William and Nabby (b. in West Boxford), of heart disease, April 10, 1870; 69 y. 9 m. 19 d.
TYNG
  • Sarah, wife of Col. Jonathan, Esq., Feb. 8, 1714; 69 y.
  • Col. Jonathan, s. of ---------, Jan. 10, 1724; 81 y.
  • Mrs. Judith, widow of Col. Jonathan, June 5, 1786; 99 y.

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