Vital Record Of Rhode Island -1636-1850
First series. Births, marriages and deaths
A Family Register for thge People,
by James N. Arnold, Editor of the Narragansett Historical Register

Contents- Deaths, Rhode Island American: Letters A and B
Deaths - ABBOTT to AXTON

[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]



ABBOTT
  • Col. Stephen, at North Providence, in 56th year. Masonic honors, July 24, 1813.
  • Rev. John Lovejoy, pastor of First Church in Boston, at his father's house, Andover. American of Oct. 21, 1814.
  • ---- ----, midshipman U.S. Ship Constellation, at sea, was a native of Massachusetts, Dec. 13, 1817.
  • Rev. John Emery, at Exeter, N.H., late pastor of North Church, Salem, Mass., in 27th year, Oct. 7, 1819.
  • Hon. Jacob, at Brunswick, Me., in 75th year. American of March 14, 1820.
  • Harvey, in 41st year, Nov. 2, 1820.
  • Reuben, at Concord, N.H., aged 100 years. His pall bearers were Richard Herbert, 92, Robert Davis 88, John Chute 86, John Blanchard 85, Joseph Farnum 82, John Eastman 75. American of May 28, 1822.
  • Lieut. Walter, U.S. Navy, at Philadelphia. In the action between the Chesapeake and the Shannon he was wounded by a musket shot in the ear, which paralyzed one side of his face, and from the pain of which wound that never healed he has since suffered. American of July 22, 1825.
  • Thomas, Esq., aged 66 years, June 11, 1826.
  • William, drowned at Shoreham. Vt., May 31, 1827.
  • Rev. Ariel, D.D., pastor of the Congregational Church in Beverly, Mass., aged about 60 years, died on board ship Othello, from Charleston. Had been South for his health, June 7, 1828.
  • Miss Sarah, aged 93 y., 4 mos., found dead in bed, at Andover, Mass. American of April 1, 1831.
ABEL
  • M ---- ----, president of the Regency of the Duchy of Nassau, stabbed by an assassin, in Germany. American of Sept. 7, 1819.
ABEEL
  • Mercy, wife of Cornelius W., Esq., and daughter of the late Joseph Crandall, Esq., of Portsmouth, at Easton, N.Y., in 22d year, Oct. 2, 1820.
ABELL
  • Hiram, son of Preserved, of Seekonk, at Havana, aged 21 years, Nov. 23, 1822.
  • Parmelia, daughter of Preserved, of Seekonk, at Rehoboth, in 43d year, Dec. 29, 1823.
  • Sarah, youngest daughter of Capt. Caleb, at Seekonk, aged 22 years, July 1, 1830.
  • Susan, only daughter of James, at Northampton, Eng., aged 30 years, Jan. 23, 1831.
ABERCROMBIE
  • Lt. General, aged 43 years, at Marseilles, Fr., Feb. 14, 1817.
  • Lt. Gen. John, R. G. C. B., at London. American of May 23, 1817.
ABERT
  • Ellen, daughter of J. J., major of the U.S. Engineering Dept., at Philadelphia, in 13th year. American of Dec. 31, 1824.
ABORN
  • Mrs. Mary Lippitt, wife of James, in this town, in 29th year, June 1, 1809.
  • Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Samuel, in this town, aged 14 years, suddenly. American of Dec. 8, 1809.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, Esq., at Pawtuxet, Feb. 7, 1812.
  • Helen, daughter of Capt. Burrows Aborn, aged 2 years, March 6, 1814.
  • Edward, in 40th year, buried in west burial ground, Nov. 25, 1815.
  • Henry, formerly of Pawtuxet, aged 46 years, at New Albany, Ind., Sept. 10, 1816.
  • Lydia, wife of Anthony, Esq., at Pawtuxet, in 74th year, June 7, 1817.
  • Edward, infant son of Capt. Burrows, aged 5 months, Sept. 11, 1817.
  • Samuel, Esq., merchant, at Providence, in 53d year, Jan. 3, 1818.
  • Mary, wife of Capt. Burrows, at Providence, in 36th year, June 3, 1818.
  • Hannah, widow of Capt. James, in 87th year, May 9, 1819.
  • Mary, wife of James, at Providence, aged 49 years, Nov. 28, 1819.
  • John Anthony, at Pawtuxet, in 60th year, April 1, 1821.
  • Capt. Jonathan, of Pawtuxet, master of Ship Marcellus, of Boston, at Calcutta, aged 78 years, leaves wife and 8 children, June 21, 1821.
  • Eliza R , wife of Daniel T., daughter of late John Young, in 25th year, Oct. 15, 1821.
  • Sylvester R., at Cranston, in 23d year, Aug. 23, 1822.
  • Anthony, at Pawtuxet, in 88th year, Nov. 14, 1823.
  • Sally, wife of James, in 41st year, Dec. 3, 1823.
  • George B., son cif Capt. Burrows, aged 18, drowned in the bay by the capsizing of the sloop Candidate, May 1, 1825.
  • Daniel, eldest son. of late Capt. Jonathan, of Pawtuxet, fell through the scuttle of a loft, at Boston, was in his 18th year, April 22, 1826.
  • Joseph R., of Savannah, Ga., at Pawtuxet, in 30th year, Sept. 22, 1826.
  • Hannah, widow of Samuel, in 66th year, March 24, 1827.
  • Anne, wife of Capt. Peleg, late of London, at Pawtuxet, aged 46 years, June 26, 1827.
  • Capt. Samuel B., third son of Capt. Lowry, aged 24 years. Was struck by the main boom of Sloop Flash, in the bay near Newport Harbor, Nov. 15, 1827.
  • Capt. Lowry, in 72d year, Feb. 8, 1830.
  • Samuel B., infant son of Lowry W., April 11, 1831.
ABRAHAM
  • Woodward, Esq., postmaster at Marblehead, aged 86 years. American of Nov. 23, 1813.
ABRAMS
  • Henry, Esq., accidently shot while hunting, in Ohio. American of Dec. 21, 1821.
ACHARD
  • The Prussian Naturalist, at Berlin, Ger. American of July 31, 1821.
ACKERMAN
  • Abraham, died Jan. 28. The two executors suicided within a month afterwards. American of March 4, 1828.
ACKLAND
  • Hon. Lady Harriet, widow of Col. ---- ----, and sister of the late Earl of Itchester; was with her husband at Burgoyne's surrender, in 1777. American of Oct. 10, 1815.
ACKLEY
  • Elijah, at Johnston, formerly of Glastonbury, Ct., aged 27 years, July 11, 1829.
ADAMS
  • Steadman, Esq.,formerly of Canterbury, Ct., at London, Eng. American of July 23, 1811.
  • Frances, widow of Edward, late of Killingly, Ct., in 68th year, July 27, 1811.
  • Thomas, in this town, Aug. 21, 1811.
  • Samuel S., at Mendon, aged 22 years, son of Joseph, Esq., and member of senior class Brown University, Feb. 6, 1812.
  • Capt. Moses, aged 43 years, son of Nathaniel, formerly of Preston, Ct., now of New York. He was formerly a nautical commander from this port, on board U.S. Frigate Congress, at sea, March 26, 1812.
  • Horace, at Killingly, Ct., graduate of Brown University, aged 27 years, Dec. 25, 1813.
  • Charles Dyer, son of Capt. Daniel, at Cranston, aged 13 months, formerly of Charlestown, Mass. Sept. 15, 1814.
  • Mrs. ---, wife of the sheriff, found murdered in her own house, at Ellsworth. Me., May 12, 1815.
  • Abijah, Esq., senior editor of Independent Chronicle, at Boston, aged 62 years, May 18, 1816.
  • Col. Richard, at Richmond, Va. American of Jan. 17, 1817.
  • Mary, widow of Josiah, at Providence, aged 54 years, April 30, 1818.
  • Abigail, wife of ex-President John, at Quincy, Mass., aged 74 years, Oct. 28, 1818.
  • Joseph, from exposure in a shipwreck, Dec. 15, 1818.
  • Cornelia, wife of Capt. Daniel, and daughter of Samuel Pearce, formerly of Providence, at sea, on passage from Hayti to New Orleans, about Jan. 1, 1819, also about three days afterwards a son and only child of Capt. Adams. American of Feb. 19, 1819.
  • Midshipman ---, lost with U.S. schooner Firefly, in Bay of St. Louis, July 28, 1819.
  • Capt James H., of Bristol, on coast of Africa, some time since. American of Jan. 4, 1820.
  • ---- child of Cyrel, at Windham, Penn., killed by his father in a delirium of insanity. American of Jan. 25, 1820.
  • Henrietta, wife of Williams, late of Providence, at Perth. U.C , leaves 5 children, Aug. 5, 1820.
  • Robert C., killed in a duel by James B. Boisseou, at Blandford, Va. American of Aug. 29, 1820.
  • Arnold, of Newport, aged 23 years, at sea. American of Oct. 20, 1820.
  • Esther, widow of Stephen, of Barrington, at Providence, at an advanced age, Nov. 29, 1820.
  • Ardelia, infant daughter of Joseph, Jr., aged 13 months, 2 days, Dec. 4, 1820.
  • David, aged 36, at Northampton, very suddenly. American of June 15, 1821.
  • Eliza, second daughter of Seth, at Cranston, July 28, 1821.
  • Hon. Samuel, aged 37, late preceptor of Dummer Academy, and late State Senator of Mass., at Dorchester. American of Oct. 26, 1821.
  • Mercy D., wife of Rev. Jasper, professor in Brown University, daughter of Lewis Wheeler, of Medway, Mass., aged 22 years, Nov. 11, 1821.
  • Peter Boyleston, Esq., at Quincy, aged 85 years, brother of the late President, June 2, 1823.
  • John, at Providence, in 18th year, June 13, 1823.
  • Titus, at Brooklyn, Ct., aged 16 years. American of June 27, 1823.
  • Sarah, wife of Jonathan, aged 84 years, Oct. 15, 1823.
  • Titus, at Brooklyn, Ct., aged about 45 years. American of Feb. 6, 1824.
  • Susan, wife of Seth, in 53d year, March 7, 1824.
  • George, of Dedham, Mass., at Providence, aged 33 years. Was instantly killed by a kick of a horse he was currying, May 9, 1824.
  • Joseph, son of Joseph, Jr., aged 14 months, Oct. 9, 1824.
  • Betsey, daughter of Hon. Benjamin, at Uxbridge, aged 20 years. American of Nov. 16, 1824.
  • Polly, wife of John, 2d daughter of Benjamin Luther, of Grafton, at Northbridge, Mass., suddenly, aged 41 years. American of Dec. 31, 1824.
  • Harriet Emeline, infant daughter of John, at Douglass, Feb. 16, 1825.
  • Sarah, wife of Thomas, in 53d year, June 20, 1825.
  • Dr. John, mayor of Richmond, Va. American of July 5, 1825.
  • Jeremiah; a child of his died at New London, Ct. American of Sept. 13, 1825.
  • Samuel, aged 45, formerly an Innkeeper, in this town, Sept. 20, 1825.
  • Mrs. Frances, at Barrington, in 69th year, Dec. 29, 1825.
  • Nancy, daughter of late Capt. James H., at Bristol, aged 17 years, March 31, 1826.
  • John, late President of the United States, at Quincy, Mass., July 4, 1826.
  • Aaron, at Boston. printer, aged 38, suddenly, April 19, 1827.
  • Marcy, widow of Capt. Jacob, at Newport, in 78th year, March 24, 1827.
  • Harriet, wife of Seth, Jr., daughter of Capt. Arthur Fenner, aged 22 years, May 2, 1827.
  • Joseph, Esq., aged about 64 years, at Warren. American of May 4, 1827.
  • Josiah, son of Hon. Benjamin, at Uxbridge, March 14, 1828.
  • Samuel, son of Hon. Benjamin, at Uxbridge, March 21, 1828.
  • Mary, wife of Hubbard, and daughter of Samuel Storis, of Mansfield, Mass., at Canterbury, Ct., aged 33 years, Aug. 4, 1828.
  • Miss Giffe, at Newport, aged 58 years, Aug. 7, 1828.
  • Martha, wife of Joseph, at Grafton. American of Dec. 26, 1828.
  • Samuel, eldest son of Capt. Cyrus, aged 28 years, at Northbridge, Jan. 5, 1829.
  • Eli, 4th mate of the Caledonia, lost overboard at sea; was native of Preston, Ct., Sept. 17, 1829.
  • John A., only son of Hanson H., formerly of Barnstable, N.H., at Kittery, Me; accidentally shot by another lad who had been out gunning, while at work in a field; over 140 shot were taken from his body. American of Oct. 2, 1829.
  • Henrietta, wife cf S. F., formerly of Glocester, Cape Ann, aged 29 years, at Boston. American of Jan. 12, 1830.
  • John, at Sutton, Mass., aged 80 years. American of May 28, 1830.
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, at Boston, aged 57 years. American of June 8 and 11, 1830.
  • Mrs. Martha W., at Brookline, aged 28 years. American of June 11, 1830.
  • Matilda, wife of John, Jr., (son of ex-President), at Washington City, aged 33 years. American of June 15, 1830.
  • Robert H., senator in Congress, from Miss., at Natchez, July 2, 1830.
  • Mary Ann Jones, daughter of Asahel, at Sherley, Mass. American of April 29, 1831.
  • Elisha, at Youngstown, N.Y. He is said to have been the only living man who could tell who killed Morgan, May 9, 1831.
  • Miss Hannah, at Brookline, Mass. A well known authoress, Dec. 16, 1831.
  • Asher, eldest son of Abijah, at Lucerne, N.Y., in 41st year, April 15, 1832.
  • Asher, eldest son of Abijah, at Luzerne, N.Y., in 41 year, April 15, 1832.
  • John, youngest son of Joseph, aged 2 years, 6 months, April 23, 1832.
  • Hannah, wife of Joseph, aged 34 years, Jan. 19, 1833.
ADDINGTON
  • Rt. Hon. John Hiley. youngest brother of Lord Viscount Sidmouth, June 10, 1818.
ADDIS
  • Daniel, Esq., late of New York, and formerly of Philadelphia, at Herculaneum, Mo., attorney at law; was caught in a severe snow storm; was saved, but so badly frost bitten as to cause death, Dec. 25, 1820.
ADDISON
  • Benjamin, in this town, in 56th year, Feb. 8, 1813.
  • Anna, widow of Benjamin, in 66th year, Dec. 4, 1820.
  • Benjamin, in 44th year, July 4, 1826.
ADIE
  • Thomas, son of Major Alexander, in this town, in 7th year, American of Oct. 4, 1814.
  • Jeanette, daughter of Major Alexander, in this town, in 2d year, Nov. 27, 1815.
  • Susan C., in 20th year, April 29, 1824.
ADREWS
  • Isaiah T., eldest son of E. T., of Boston, at Mobile, Ala. Ter., aged 25 years. American of July 6, 1819.
ADRIANCE
  • John, merchant, formerly of New York, near Blakeley, Ala. American of Sept. 20, 1825.
ADYE
  • Edwin, printer, at Warwick, in 22d year, Oct. 2, 1817.
AGUERO
  • Gen. Arco, in Spain; was thrown from his horse while hunting and instantly killed; was chief of Quiroga's Army, which effected the last Spanish Revolution, and governor of Estremadura. American of Nov. 27, 1821.
AIKEN
  • Dea. James, at Artrim, N.H., aged 87 years. The first settler in the town. It now has 1300. American of Aug. 8, 1817.
  • Benjamin, drowned at Greenbush, N.Y. American of Dec. 23, 1831.
AIKMAN
  • Alexander. Jr., Esq., at Kingston, Jam., a native of the Island, educated at Edenhurgh, Scot.; was editor and proprietor of the Royal Gazette; leaves wife and 8 children; his age was 49 years. April 11, 1831.
AILMAN
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Frederick, at Newport, aged 57 years. American of April 5, 1825.
  • Daniel, infant son of Frederick, Jr., at Newport. American of Nov. 25, 1823.
AIMISS
  • Mr. ----, of Virginia House of Delegates, at Richmond, Va., very suddenly, and the third sudden death this session, Feb. 18, 1826.
AINSWORTH
  • Ann Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Luther, aged 5 months, Sept. 4, 1812.
  • Ann, wife of Major Luther, aged 34 years, Oct. 19, 1814.
AIRD
  • John, native of Worcester, Eng., at New York, in 63d year, Feb. 26, 1831.
AITKEN
  • Lieut. ---, of U.S. Sloop of War Cyone. American of Dec. 3, 1822.
AKINS
  • Rev. Mr. ----, of the Methodists, at Haverstraw, N.Y. American of Aug. 19, 1823.
ALBERMARLE
  • Countess of, from a shock of the death of the Princess Charlotte, in England. American of Jan. 13, 1818.
ALBERS
  • Dr. J. A., at Bremen, Ger., a learned physician and author. American of May 22, 1821.
ALBERT
  • Amoble, in France, murdered by his daughter, who also murdered her mother, brother and two sisters. American of April 26, 1811.
ALBERTSON
  • William, in this town, aged 55 years, March 24, 1810.
  • Jacob, of Providence, at Savannah, in 35th year, Oct. 17, 1821.
  • Martha, wife of Rufus, daughter of late Abner Anthony. of Rehoboth, at Plymouth, Mass., in 59th year, Oct. 15, 1825.
  • Jacob, in 81st year, at. Providence, formerly of Plymouth, Mass., soldier of the Revolution, Oct. 13, 1832.
ALBINESS
  • The singularity of her eyes and hair excited attention wherever she exhibited herself, in Havana. American of March 21, 1820.
ALBRO
  • George, in this town, in 32d year, June 28, 1812.
  • Elizabeth, only daughter of Samuel, at Newport, in 20th year. American of Nov. 30, 1819.
  • Eliza, wife of Samuel S., and daughter of Eleazer Read, at Newport, aged 47 years. Oct. 1, 1822.
  • Thomas C., son of Capt. Henry, of Newport, at Havana, aged 21 years. May 27, 1824.
  • William, at Portsmouth, aged 38 years, Aug. 17, 1826.
  • Capt. Henry, at Newport, in 57th year, March 24, 1827.
  • Robey, at Foster, in 52d year, Jan. 19, 1828.
  • James, at Newport, aged 55 years, April 3, 1830.
ALCORN
  • Capt. ----, drowned in crossing St. Mary's River, Feb. 11, 1818.
ALDEN
  • Dr. Abner, at Bridgewater, in 28th year, graduate of College of Surgeons, New York, Sept. 28, 1818.
  • Abner, at Bristol, aged 62 years, author of school books. American of Aug. 25, 1820.
  • John, at Middleboro, in 103d year ; his great grandfather was said to have been the first man to set his foot on the shore at Plymouth in 1620. American of April 13, 1821.
  • Capt. George, at Attleboro, aged 26 years, Oct. 23, 1822.
  • Betsey, formerly of Middleboro, at Taunton, aged 23 years, Aug. 22, 1823.
  • Mary D., wife of Rev. Seth, and daughter of Rev. John Miles, of Grafton, at Marlboro, aged 26 years, July 31, 1825.
  • William Bradford, son of Rev. Seth, at Marlboro, aged 3 months, Sept. 13, 1825.
ALDRICH
  • Susan, wife of Esek, Oct. 20, 1808.
  • Abel, at Uxbridge, in 30th year; fell from a tree, Aug. 16, 1810.
  • Israel, at Smithfield, aged 70 years, Aug. 22, 1813.
  • Sally, wife of David, at Smithfield, in 29th year, April 15, 1814.
  • David, only son of Joel, Esq., at Smithfield, aged 33 years, Nov. 19, 1814.
  • Philadelphia, wife of Moses. at Smithfield, in 44th year, June 13, 1816.
  • Mrs. Hannah C., wife of Perez, formerly of Smithfield, in this town, in 24th year, May 30, 1817.
  • Amey, daughter of Dr. Whipple, aged 5 months, Feb. 23, 1819.
  • Abel, at Cumberland, in 78th year; soldier of French and Revolutionary Wars; had read the Bible through 40 times, Aug: 31, 1819.
  • Mary Paine, infant daughter of Capt. Samuel, aged 14 months, Oct. 4, 1819.
  • David, Jr., at Northbridge, Mass., aged about, 23 years, Nov. 15, 1819.
  • William, Esq., at Smithfield, March 19, 1821.
  • Hon. James, at Scituate, aged 74 years, many years a Senator or Representative in General Assembly, Dec. 29, 1821.
  • Marcy, widow of William, at Smithfield, in 60th year, Feb. 9, 1823.
  • Abigail, wife of Capt. Nathaniel, at Cumberlard, in 39th year, June 25, 1823.
  • Alice, widow of James, Esq., at Scituate, aged 76 years, March 10, 1824.
  • Phebe, wife of Nathan, Esq , at Smithfield, in his 61st year, May 26, 1824.
  • John, at Douglass, Mass. American of Feb. 25, 1825.
  • Joseph, Jr., at Douglass, Mass. American of Feb. 25, 1825.
  • Joseph, at Douglass, Mass. American of Feb. 25, 1825.
  • Miss ---- ----, at Douglass, Mass. American of Feb. 25, 1825.
  • Capt. Winsor, at Smithfield, in 54th year (Masonic honors), Feb. 15, 1826.
  • Samuel, drowned in the bay. American of May 25, 1827.
  • Hannah, widow of Judge Aldrich, late of Glocester, at Bristol, aged 82 years, Nov. 13, 1827.
  • Almira, wife of Halley and daughter of Mial Smith, at Scituate, in 20th year, Jan. 21, 1828.
  • Gilbert Smith, son of Gilbert, Feb. 6, 1828.
  • Edward, son of Esek, May 2, 1828.
  • Martha, wife of James, at Cranston, in 42nd year, Dec. 24, 1828.
  • Emily, daughter of James, at Smithfield, in 14th year, Sept. 5, 1829.
  • Mary, daughter of Col. Dexter, at Smithfield, in 27th year, May 22, 1830.
  • Augustus, at Smithfield, aged 70, June 17, 1830.
  • ---- ----, child of Nero, at Mendon, Aug. 7, 1830.
  • Edward, son of Esek, Nov. 13, 1830.
ALESBURY
  • Earl of, in England, aged 84 years. American of July 1, 1814.
ALEXANDER
  • Ann, wife of Henry, in this town, in 48th year, July 23, 1811.
  • Robert, native of Ireland, but resident of Smithfield, drowned in Charleston Harbor, S.C., by upsetting of the boat, May 16, 1818.
  • John, at Baltimore, executed for mail robbery. Sept. 10, 1818.
  • William, Esq., Secretary of State for Tennessee. American of Sept. 11, 1818.
  • Charlotte H , wife of William H. American of June 23, 1820.
  • Mrs. Mary, formerly of New York, at Providence, aged 67 years, Jan. 15, 1823.
  • William, of Philadelphia, a marine at sea on board U.S. Ship Decoy. American of May 17, 1825.
  • William H., drowned, had been missing several days. His body was found Friday [27], above Central Bridge. American of May 31, 1825.
  • James, formerly of Newport, at North Stonington, a soldier of the Revolution. American of March 31, 1826.
  • Philip, aged 75, at St. Michael's, France. He was 12 years coachman for Louis XXI, some time for Napoleon and four years for Louis XVIII. American of Dec. 23, 1828.
  • Hannah, wife of Isaac, at Boston, aged 37 years. American of July 30, 1830.
  • Daniel, at Charlton, aged 90 years, soldier in French and Revolutionary Wars. American of Feb. 18, 1831.
ALGER
  • Capt. Benjamin, of this town, suddenly, in 69th year, Feb. 1, 1810.
  • Preserved, of Warren, at Georgia, aged 52 years. American of Oct. 29, 1813.
  • Mary, widow of Capt. Benjamin, in this town, in 67th year, Nov. 24, 1815.
  • Mrs. Abigail, widow of Capt. Joseph, in 48th year, April 3, 1818.
  • Israel, Jr., at Bridgewater, late of Boston, a graduate of Brown. American of Oct. 4, 1825.
ALI
  • Bly, the celebrated Traveller near Damascus. American of May 7, 1819.
ALLARD
  • Henry Augustus, infant son of Lyman, Sept. 7, 1832.
ALLAN
  • Alice, widow of John, and daughter of Richard Hazard, at newport, age 36, years. May 30, 1818.
ALLEN
  • Samuel, at an advanced age, at Barrington. formerly Judge of County Court for Bristol Co., Oct. 22, 1808.
  • Barnabas, at Taunton, formerly of this town, in 65th year. American of Oct. 25, 1808.
  • James, at Boston, aged 70 years. American of Oct. 25, 1808.
  • Jeremiah, Esq., Sheriff of Suffolk Co., at Boston, aged 58 years, Feb. 12, 1809.
  • Sally, formerly of Warwick, in this town, March 14, 1809.
  • Nathan, 46 years, with his sons Henry 13, George 10, and an elder son Thomas, over turned in a boat, Thomas by clinging to the mast, was saved, the rest drowned. Mr. Allen leaves wife and 5 children to mourn his loss, June 3, 1809.
  • Mary Ann, infant daughter of General William. American of July 4, 1809.
  • Joseph C., of this town, in 28th year, son of the late Paul, Esq., of this town, at Bombay, India. American of July 28, 1809.
  • Mary, widow of Benjamin, in 80th year, funeral from her son's house, Church street, Capt. Abel Allen, died May 23, 1810.
  • Mary, widow of Benjamin, in 80th year, May 23, 1810.
  • J Joseph, at Charlotte, Vt., aged 74 years, very suddenly. American of July 17, 1810.
ALLYN
  • Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Jonathan, formerly of Rehoboth, and daughter of the late James Allyn, at Barton, Vt., Aug. 14, 1810.
ALLEN
  • Amos, in this town, aged 74 years, Sept. 29, 1810.
  • Mrs. Patience, widow of Samuel, at North Kingstown, aged 75 years, July 18, 1811.
  • Susan, daughter of the late Joseph, of Newport, in 20th year, in this town, Nov. 14, 1811.
  • Louis, son of Capt. Abel, in this town, in 17th year. July 27, 1812.
  • Thomas, native of England, in this town, aged 69 years, July 7, 1813.
  • Capt. William Henry, at Plymouth, Eng., commander of U.S. Brig Argus, from a wound received in action the 14th, with the Pelican; was in his 28th year. See obituary; was son of Gen. William, an officer of the Revolution, Aug. 15, 1813.
  • Ezra, at Milford, at an advanced age. American of Sept. 14, 1813.
  • Capt. Samuel, in this town, in 54th year, an able nautical commander, Feb. 14, 1814.
  • Gen. Ira, of Vermont, at Philadelphia, a Revolutionary veteran. American of Feb. 15, 1814.
  • Stephen, at Seekonk, in 89th year, March 31, 1814.
  • George W., only son of Gabriel, Esq., in this town, in 34th year, April 18, 1814.
  • Mrs. Lucy, widow of Ezra, at Milford, Mass. American of Sept. 30, 1814.
  • Abby, infant daughter of Ira, at Warren. American of Oct. 11, 1814.
  • Rhoda, daughter of Capt. Abraham, of Dighton, Mass., in this town, in 40th year. American of Jan. 10, 1815.
  • Lydia, daughter of the late Ezra, at Mendon, aged 45 years. American of June 20, 1815.
  • John, at New York. He ate water hemlock for Cicely. American of July 14, 1815. Gen. William. father of the late Capt. William Henry Allen, in this town, in his 64th year; was in service in the Revolution, Aug. 17, 1815.
  • Benjamin, son of Jonathan, of Rehoboth, at New Orleans, in 22nd year. American of Oct. 17, 1815.
  • Miss ---- ---, by the oversetting of a boat. She with others was trying to get a sight of Bonaparte as he boarded the Bellerephon. American of Oct. 17, 1815.
  • Lydia Ann, daughter of Seth. at Rochester, aged 10 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • John, at Rehoboth, in 73d year, April 19, 1816.
  • John, at Taunton, aged 40 years. American of May 17, 1816.
  • Capt. Samuel P., in this town, in 47th year (marine and Masonic honors), Sept. 3, 1816.
  • Capt. Pardon, son of Major Joseph, of this town, at Johnstown, N.Y., in 39th year. American of March 11, 1817.
  • Lydia, widow of Philip, Esq., in this town, in 66th year, March 25, 1817.
  • Hannah, widow of Matthew, at North Kingstown, aged 80 years, April 3, 1817.
  • Mary, widow of Darius, in this town, in 47th year, July 7, 1817.
  • Solomon M., at Middlebury, Vt., from a fallen building; was a professor in the college here. American of Oct. 3, 1817.
  • William, of Bristol, at sea on board brig Orazimbo, Oct. 22, 1817.
  • Dr. Robert Lee, U.S. Army, brother to wife of Maj. Gen. Ripley. 5 members of this family have died a distance from their homes; one of the 4 survivors is president of Dartmouth University; at New Orleans. American of Nov. 7, 1817.
  • Amey, widow of Stephen, at Seekonk, in 91st year, Feb. 1, 1818.
  • Sarah, wife of William, at Pawtucket, Jan. 5, 1819.
  • George W., son of the late Capt. George W., of this town, at Charleston, S.C., in 17th year, Sept. 26, 1819.
  • Christopher, at South Kingstown, aged 75 years, soldier of the Revolution, Nov. 5, 1819.
  • William S. N., Jr., at Newport, aged 34 years. American of Nov. 12, 1819.
  • Fanny, daughter of the late Gen. Allen, of Vermont, in a convent near Montreal, Can. American of Jan. 14, 1820.
  • Luther Wright, son of Capt. Sylvester, at Barrington, aged 3 years, 4 months, June 11, 1820.
  • Miss Ruth, at Middletown, in 84th year, July 19, 1820.
  • Edward, formerly of Providence, at Baltimore. American of Aug. 25, 1820.
  • Sybel, daughter of the late William, at Somerset, Mass., aged 25 years, Aug. 30, 1820.
  • Elizabeth, wife of William P., aged 38 years, Oct. 9, 1820.
  • Cynthia, eldest daughter of Abel, Esq., at the residence of her brother, at Walpole, Mass., in 28th year, Dec. 29, 1820.
  • Emeline, daughter of Benjamin, at Newport, in 16th year. American of Dec. 29, 1820.
  • Benjamin Franklin, at East Greenwich, aged about 25 years. graduate of Brown University, 1817; was studying law and acting as preceptor of the academy, Jan. 27, 1821.
  • Harriet, only daughter of Capt. James, at Providence, aged 8 years, March 3, 1821.
  • Mrs. Rebecca, at Newport. at an advanced age, April 21, 1821.
  • Capt. James, at West Florida, of Providence, in 35th year, July 6, 1821.
  • Thomas, alias J. A. Kalbfleish, native of Flanders, at St. Bias, on board Ship Asia, Aug. 15, 1821.
  • Hannah, widow of Oliver, daughter of late Allen Peck, in 45th year, Aug. 16, 1821.
  • Henrietta S., widow of Capt. Samuel, and daughter of late Dr. Henry Sterling, at Ghent, near Port William, Ky., Sept. 19, 1821.
  • John, at Dartmouth, aged 99 years, Dec. 20, 1821.
  • William, at Newport, aged 46 years, Feb. 12, 1822.
  • George, son of Sion, of Tiverton, drowned at sea from Ship Alliance of Newport, aged 22 years, April ----, 1822.
  • Rebecca, widow of Thomas, of Rehoboth, at Seekonk, aged 77 years, Aug. 12, 1822.
  • Almira, daughter of Job, at New Bedford, aged 18 years, Oct. 14, 1822.
  • James, at New London, Ct.; while intoxicated he attempted to swim across the river but drowned while swimming. American of Oct. 18, 1822.
  • Mariana DeWolfe, infant daughter of Samuel, at Bristol. American of Nov. 19, 1822.
  • Rebecca C., wife of Rhodes, in 33d year. American of Dec. 17, 1822.
  • Frederick, son of David, at Nantucket, aged 18 years. A few months ago he swallowed a half dollar. American of June 3, 1823.
  • Fenner R., son of late Oliver, in 24th year, June 22, 1823.
  • Fenner R., died Tuesday [June 24], and not Sunday evening [June 22] as stated in the American of Friday last. American of July 1, 1823.
  • Lieut. James Bowdoin, U.S. Army, aged 23 years, son of Hon. Samuel C., of Massachusetts, at Fort Saguina, Aug. 21, 1823.
  • Huldah, widow of E--- ---., Esq., of Attleboro, Mass., native of Rehoboth, at Cahawla, Ala , aged 71 years, Sept. 12, 1823.
  • William, son of John J., at Newport, in 4th year, drowned, Sept. 15, 1823.
  • Beriah, seaman, aged about 38, at sea on board Schooner Rambler on passage from Savannah, Oct. 25, 1823.
  • Ira, youngest son of Capt. Daniel, formerly of Providence, at Pomfret, Ct., Jan. 27, 1824.
  • Mrs. ----, wife of ----, at Exeter, N.Y., burnt to death with her child in the burning of the house, Feb. 12, 1824.
  • Rebecca, widow of William, at Newport, in 74th year, March 12, 1824.
  • Gabriel, Esq., postmaster of this town, and for 14 years served in the Revolution and member of the Cincinnati, in 85th year, April 3, 1824.
  • Martha, widow of James, Esq., and daughter of the late Samuel Peirce, Esq., of Prudence Island, at Amsterdam, N.Y., aged 79 years, May 6, 1824.
  • Thomas C., 2d mate of ship Canton, and son of Capt. Henry, of Newport, at Havana, aged 28 years, May 27, 1824.
  • Hemon, the American minister to Chili, loses there an infant daughter by death. American of Feb. 4, 1825.
  • Joseph S., only son of Samuel, at Newport, aged 4 years, Feb. 10, 1825.
  • Andrew, at London, Eng., aged 85 years; was attorney general of Pennsylvania previous to the Revolution, March 7, 1825.
  • Mrs. Susan, wife of Benjamin, at Newport, aged 36 years. American of March 8, 1825.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Lewis, of Rehoboth, at Providence, March 9, 1825.
  • James Brown, son of late Capt. James, of Providence, at New York, in 7th year. American of July 15, 1825.
  • Mary Frances, infant daughter of Avery, aged 1 year, 11 months, Aug. 12, 1825.
  • Hope A. Hammond, infant daughter of Daniel, aged 1 year, 7 months, May 27, 1826.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Dr. Samuel, of Seekonk, at Providence, aged 72 years, June 12, 1826.
  • Mary, widow of Capt. Paul, at Barrington, aged 77 years, Aug. 4, 1826.
  • Mary Brown, infant daughter of William, at Pawtucket, aged 1 year, 8 months, Aug. 15, 1826.
  • Paul, Esq., at Baltimore; was born at Providence, Feb. 15, 1775, son of Paul and Cooke, (of Gov. Nicholas) Allen; was known as an editor and historical writer, Aug. 18, 1826.
  • Ardeline, infant daughter of Asa W., aged 14 months, Oct. 26, 1826.
  • Dillila, wife of Samuel, at Natic village, in 22d year, Dec. 9, 1826.
  • William, Esq., of Barrington, in 54th year. American of Feb. 13, 1827.
  • Amey, widow of Gen. Thomas, at Barrington, in 79th year, March 2, 1827.
  • Henry Ruggles, son of Andrew V., at Newport. June 17, 1827.
  • Hon. Joseph, at Worcester, aged 78, Sept. 1, 1827.
  • Abby Caroline, infant daughter of Rhodes G., aged 14 months, Sept. 6, 1827.
  • Cyrus, son of Capt. Sylvester, at Barrington, aged 13 years, Oct. 13, 1827.
  • Mrs. Mary, at Newport, aged 84. American of Jan. 11, 1828.
  • Henry Sterling, son of Dr. William H., aged 6 years, March 14, 1828.
  • Samuel D., Esq., of North Kingstown, sheriff of the county of Washington, Very suddenly, April 7, 1828.
  • Mary, widow of Capt. Amos, at Attleboro, in 81 at year, April 19, 1828.
  • Thomas M of New Bedford, aged 35 years. American of June 20, 1828.
  • Mary, second daughter of Samuel, at Newport, Aug. 15, 1828.
  • Samuel V., aged 60 years, for many years constable and watchman in Providence, Sept. 27, 1828.
  • Albert, son of Caleb, aged 19 years, Dec. 1, 1828.
  • James Barney, fell into a well at Pawtuxet and was drowned; was between 4 and 5 years of age. American of March 13, 1829.
  • Elisha, at Middletown, aged 91 years, April 10, 1829.
  • William (colored), fell from masthead of Brig Zephyr, in Warren Harbor, April 14, 1829.
  • Abigail, wife of Calvin, formerly of Roxbury, at Warwick. American of July 15, 1829.
  • David, at Great Neck, L.I., one of the oldest inhabitants of the place, Sept. 2, 1829.
  • Eliza, wife of Ralph, at New Bedford, aged 29 years. American of Sept. 18, 1829.
  • Paul, at Dartmouth, aged 67 years. American of Sept. 18, 1829.
  • Phebe Peck Barber, infant daughter of William P., aged 14 months, 3 days, Oct. 11, 1829.
  • Joseph, at Exeter, in 75th year, Jan. 20, 1830.
  • Capt. William S. N., at Newport, aged 73, March 29, 1830.
  • Miss Sarah E , at Glocester, aged 20 years. American of April 30, 1830.
  • Abigail, aged 56, wife of Calvin, formerly of Roxbury, at Warwick. American of Aug. 3, 1830.
  • Andrew V., at Newport, aged 40 years. American of Nov. 1, 1830.
  • John, in Missouri, in 73d year; was in the Revolution and participated in 8 battles; was a native of Connecticut. American of Nov. 12, 1830.
  • Ira, at Seekonk, aged 23 years, Dec. ----, 1830.
  • Josiah, at Attleboro, in 75th year; soldier of the Revolution, many years deputy sheriff of Bristol County. American of Jan. 14, 1831.
  • Ann, widow of Capt. John, at Newport, aged 99 years. Feb. 28, 1831.
  • Miss Susan, at Mansfield, aged 48 years. American of March 8, 1831.
  • Hon. Elisha, at Sanford, aged 56 years; was a native of Rochester, Mass., and went to Sanford, in 1801, Aug. 8, 1831.
  • Nancy, widow of Gabriel, in 74th year, Dec. 13, 1831.
  • Matilda, wife of Abel, in 68th year, May 11, 1832.
  • Capt. E---, master of Sch. Astria, wrecked near Hatteras, Oct. 25, 1832.
  • Capt. Sylvester, in 55th year, Nov. 10, 1832.
  • Eloisa, wife of Pashall, Esq., at Warren, in 45th year, Jan. 4, 1833.
  • Eliza D., wife of Dr. William H., in 32d year, Jan. 12, 1833.
  • William, son of Avery, aged 14 months, Jan. 12, 1833.
  • Samuel, son of Avery, aged 3 years, 2 months, Jan. 15, 1833.
ALLEYN
  • Russell, at Thompson, Ct., aged about 40 years, April 16, 1814.
ALLYN
  • Lieut. Samuel, at Seekonk, in 83d year, Aug. 10, 1815.
  • Naomy, daughter of James, late of Thompson, Ct., in 30th year, at Barton, Vt , July 7, 1816.
  • Oliver, son of the late James, at Seekonk, in 43d year, Aug. 25, 1817.
ALLENTON
  • Dr. Goodwin, son of Roger, at Providence. aged 27 years; was graduate of Brown University 1814, May 12, 1819.
  • Jerusha, only daughter of Roger, of this town, in 18th year, at Scituate, where she was for her health, July 14, 1815.
  • Russell, in this town, in 25th year, attorney at law, graduate of Brown University, burial at Scituate, Nov. 16, 1815.
  • ----, wife of Roger, at Providence; remains carried to Scituate for burial, May 15, 1825.
ALLING
  • Col. ----, in the Mississippi Territory, prominent in the late war. American of April 22, 1817.
ALLIS
  • --, doorkeeper, perished in the burning of the Royal Brunswick Theatre, London, Feb. 28, 1828.
ALLISON
  • Rev. B----, D.D., at Trenton, N.J., aged 74 years, Feb. 20, 1827.
ALLMOND
  • Col. Albert, attorney at law, at Norfolk, Va., died in his chair while being shaved. American of April 29, 1831.
ALLSTADT
  • Daniel, aged 20 years, in Virginia. American of Oct. 12, 1832.
ALLSTON
  • Mrs, ----, wife of Capt. James, and daughter of Adam Wilson, Esq , in Tennessee; killed by her husband in a fit of derangement. American of June 16, 1818.
  • William Washington, in South Carolina, aged 20 years. American of Sept. 23, 1823.
  • William, eldest son of John Ashe Allston, Esq., of South Carolina, at Princeton, Mass., Sept. 8, 1829.
ALMEIRA
  • Joseph, executed at Jefferson, Camden Co., Ga., for the murder of Mr. Bessent. American of Dec. 2, 1815.
ALMY
  • Maria, wife of James G., merchant, of Savannah, Ga., and daughter of Edward Pope, Esq., of Marblehead, Mass., at Savannah, Sept. 3, 1809.
  • Elizabeth, daughter of Holder, at Portsmouth, in 42d year, March 12, 1811.
  • Searle, in 23d year, on his passage to St. Bartholomew, Oct. 3, 1813.
  • Thomas C., at Erie, Penn., aged 26 years, son of Capt. John C., of Dartmouth, Mass.; was sailing master in the U.S. Navy, and commanded the Somers in the Battle of Lake Erie, Dec. 29, 1813.
  • John C., at Newport, in 64th year. American of Jan. 5, 1816.
  • Rachel, wife of Benjamin, at Smithfield, in 28th year, Oct. 19, 1816.
  • Isaac, son of late Holder, at Portsmouth, in 41st year, May 1, 1817.
  • Capt. Benjamin, at Newport, aged 96 years, soldier of the Revolution, Feb. 20, 1819.
  • Capt. Benjamin, at Newport, in 96th year, oldest man living in the town. American of March 2, 1819.
  • Mrs. Byne (colored), in 64th year, June 7, 1820.
  • Sarah, widow of Job, of Newport, at Portsmouth, in 67th year. Society of Friends. American of Oct. 24, 1820.
  • Jonathan, Esq., at Newport, in 76th year, 26 years Town Clerk, May 31, 1821.
  • William Field, son of James G., formerly of Newport, at Baltimore. American of May 14, 1822.
  • Mary, at Newport, Aug. 21, 1823.
  • Sarah, at Middletown, aged 36 years, March 27, 1825.
  • Holder, at Tierton, aged 62 years, May 29, 1824.
  • Charlotte, youngest daughter of Benjamin, at Portsmouth, aged 17 years, Oct. 31, 1825.
  • Rebecca, widow of Jonathan, Esq., of Newport, at Warren, in 71st year, April 2, 1827.
  • James Gould, aged 54 years, son of Capt. Benjamin. of Newport, at Matanzas, Nov. 23, 1827.
  • Mary, daughter of Peleg, Esq., at Portsmouth, in 24th year, Oct. 22, 1828.
  • Lorinda, daughter of Sanford, of Little Compton, at New Bedford, aged 27 years, May 9, 1829.
  • Capt. --- ----, of Ship William Baker, of Providence, at Newport, his body was brought here for burial, Sept. 17, 1830.
  • William, infant son of Sampson, aged 13 months, Dec. 29, 1832.
ALSOP
  • Richard, at Flatbush, N.Y., a poetical writer. American of Sept. 1, 1815.
  • Mary, widow of Richard, at Middletown, Ct., in 96th year. American of Oct. 20, 1829.
ALSTON
  • Gen. Joseph, late Governor of South Carolina, aged 38 years, at Charleston. His wife was the daughter of Aaron Burr who perished at sea on her voyage from Charleston to New York American of Sept. 27, 1816.
ALTON
  • Thomas, at Thompson, Ct., aged about 70 years, thrown from his carriage, Sept. 5, 1828.
ALVERSON
  • Susannah, wife of Caleb, Esq., at Johnston, in 51st year, was a member of Elder Slade's Church, Swanzey, Jan. 29, 1819.
ALVERSON
  • David, at Johnston, aged 89 years, June 3, 1822.
  • Lydia, daughter of John, at Johnston, in 26th year, Sept. 12, 1824.
  • Thomas, at Johnston, aged 33 years, Sept. 9, 1826.
AMAR
  • M----, at Paris, formerly member of the Convention and one of the Regicides; he was allowed to remain in France because during the 100 reign of Napoleon he had not accepted office. American of April 29, 1817.
AMBLERS
  • Nathaniel, of Attleboro, on board Brig Resolution, of New Bedford. American of Feb. 17, 1826.
AMBROSE
  • Sarah R., widow of Capt. Robert M., and daughter of William Langley, Esq., at Newport, in 33d year. American of Nov. 7, 1815.
  • Rev. Samuel, at Sutton, aged 77 years; was laboring in the field, felt faint, hurried to the house in consequence of rain, died next day, May 29, 1830.
AMELUNG
  • F. L., sheriff, killed in a duel with Capt. Jones, of the Army, at Baton Rouge, Aug. 7, 1821.
AMERICAN VOLUNTEER
  • ----, died at the hospital of Capitol Hill about a month ago, a man unknown, of a fever; was ordered carried to his tomb by 4 negroes; the British prisoners, though wounded, volunteered their services and served as such and as mourners. American of Oct. 14, 1814.
AMES
  • Mary Checkley, daughter of Samuel, in this town, in 4th year, Nov. 21, 1816.
  • Dr. Nathaniel, at Dedham, aged 82, July 21, 1822.
  • Mrs. Experience, at Bridgewater, aged 85 years. American of April 9, 1824.
  • Rebecca, wife of Asa, in 48th year, April 17, 1824.
  • Mrs. Polly, daughter of Israel Alger, aged 28 years, at Bridgewater. American of Oct. 4, 1825.
  • Robert Tingley, only child of Robert N., formerly of Providence, at New York, aged 10 months, April 8, 1826.
  • Maria M wife of Robert N., formerly of Providence, at Warren, aged 26 years, June 26, 1828.
  • Mrs. ---- ----, widow of Capt. Josiah, at Barnstable. American of Nov. 11, 1828.
  • Dr. J. Fisher, in 27th year, son of late Hon. Fisher, at Dedham, Mass., Jan. 23, 1829.
  • Samuel, aged 63 years, Feb. 16, 1830.
AMESBURY
  • Hannah, widow of Jeremiah, at Valley Falls, Cumberland, in 86th year, July 15, 1824.
  • Col. --- ----, at Boston; was thrown from his carriage. American of Sept. 23, 1831.
  • Israel, son of Israel, aged 2 years, July 27, 1811.
  • John Gould, eldest son of Jesse, of this town, at Pawtuxet, in 20th year, from a kick of a horse, May 7, 1814. (Sermon by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Prov. xxvii: 1)
  • Esther, widow of Ezra, at Warren, aged 87, May 31, 1822.
  • Amanda Norton, daughter of Jeremiah, at Pawtucket. American of Oct. 22, 1822.
AMMIDOWN
  • Mrs. Ruth, wife of Alpheus, in this town, in 44th year, June 20, 1810.
AMMIDON
  • Joseph, of Sandlake, N.Y., formerly of Sturbridge, Mass., at Troy, Mass. American of June 8, 1821.
  • Sylvia, formerly of Providence, at Philadelphia, in 85th year. Sept. 14, 1824.
  • Major Calvin, at Southbridge, Mass. To the Major much of the present prosperity of the town is indebted, Jan. 4, 1825.
  • Angeline A., at Boston, aged 27 years. American of March 12, 1830.
AMORY
  • Thomas C., at Boston, aged 45 years, Nov. 15, 1812.
  • Mary, at Newport, in 92d year, March 30, 1814.
  • Frances Augusta, daughter of Jonathan, at Boston, aged 19 years. American of April 23, 1819.
  • Jonathan, Esq., at Boston, aged 56 years. American of Jan. 14, 1820.
  • Thomas, son of Thomas, at Roxbury, aged about 8 years. American of Nov. 5, 1822.
  • Thomas, Esq., at Roxbury, Mass , aged 61 years, Oct. 25, 1823.
AMOS
  • Joseph W., at Berkeley, aged 28 years, Nov. 17, 1821.
AMSDEN
  • Capt. Joel, at Lebanon, Ct., aged 50 years. American of Feb. 2, 1830.
ANDERSON
  • Susannah, wife of Capt. Francis, at Newport, in 56th year, Jan. 11, 1809.
  • Gorton, at Newport, in 28th year. American of May 1, 1810.
  • Robert, shoemaker, a native of Ulverstone, in England. American of Oct. 26, 1810.
  • ----, drowned near Philadelphia, upsetting of a boat, May 23, 1816.
  • Nicholas, murdered by Antonio Roser. American of Jan. 7, 1817.
  • Thomas, at Foster, in 85th year, pensioner of the Revolution, Jan. 10, 1822.
  • Lieut. Walter G., U.S. Navy, aged 40, at Norfolk, Va. Nov. 20, 1822.
  • James, formerly American Consul at Several ports in Europe and West Indies, at Baltimore, at an advanced age. American of March 19, 1824.
  • George, of Cumberland Co., Penn., aged 32 years, at Port au Prince, July 16, 1824.
  • Caleb, of East Greenwich, in 76th year. American of Sept. 2 1825.
  • Susan, daughter of Francis, in 5th year, Aug. 22, 1828.
  • John M., M.D., acting colonial agent at Liberia, of the African fever, April 12, 1830.
  • Robert, M.D., at Edenburgh, editor and biographer of the British poets. American of April 13, 1830.
  • Col. William, of the U.S. Marine Corps; was. captain of Marines, on board the United States when she captured the Macedonian, at Norfolk, Va., June 13, 1830.
ANDREWS
  • Charles, formerly of this town, at Lancaster, Eng., aged 21 years. American of May 16, 1815.
  • Miles P., Esq., in England, a member of parliament and theatrical writer, aged 72 years. American of July 4, 1815.
  • Col. Zephaniah, in this town, in 77th year. When 70 years old he fell and fractured his hip which confined him to his room the remainder of his days; had lived with his wife 52 years, Jan. 23, 1816.
  • John, at Glocester, aged 56 years, April 17, 1817.
  • Mrs. Ruth, in 63d year, July 19, 1817.
  • Zephaniah, of Providence, at Havana, in 32d year, Feb. ----, 1820.
  • Nathaniel, in 42d year, Aug. 27, 1820.
  • Francis, a native of Rhode Island, at Savannah, aged 22 years. American of Sept. 12, 1820.
  • Cyrus Greene, only child of David, aged 16 months, Jan. 2, 1821.
  • Mrs. Harriet, wife of George, Jr., at Raynham, aged 36 years, Sept. 16, 1821.
  • Samuel, son of Joseph, at Norton, aged 19 years, Dec. 9, 182t.
  • Wealthy, wife of Thomas, aged 55 years, at Glocester, May 17, 1822.
  • Capt. Milton, of Berkeley, Mass., Master of Brig Gov. Hopkins, at Havana, June 2, 1822.
  • Capt Thomas, aged 50 years, June 15, 1822.
  • Hannah, widow, at New Bedford, aged 101 years, 6 months, Sept. 11, 1822.
  • Polly, wife of Zephaniah, at Taunton, Nov. 6, 1822.
  • William Otis, son of Samuel, at Taunton, in 7th year, March 7, 1823.
  • Jeremiah, at East Greenwich, in 30th year, April 15, 1824.
  • George W., merchant, at East Greenwich, in 28th year, Jan. 29, 1825.
  • Abby Eliza, infant daughter of William, Jr., aged 9 months, July 24, 1825.
  • Julia Ann, at East Greenwich, in 25th year. She is the last member of 8 children, Aug. 17, 1825.
  • Caleb, at East Greenwich, aged 67 years. American of Sept. 9, 1825.
  • William, son of John, at Warren, aged 18 months, Oct. 14, 1825.
  • Charles L., son of George, Aug. 18, 1826.
  • Esther, wife of George W., at Coventry, in 25th year, Aug. 10, 1828.
  • James, infant son of David, Oct. 25, 1828.
  • Martha, (colored) at the asylum, Dec. 30, 1828.
  • Elizabeth R., wife of Abraham, at Charlestown, aged 32 years. American of Oct. 13, 1829.
  • Jonathan, at Smithfield, in 71st year, Revolutionary pensioner, Nov. 27, 1829.
  • Mrs. Sally, aged 66 years, Jan. 4, 1830.
  • Ruth, widow of John, at Jamaica Plain, March 26, 1831.
  • Harris G., infant son of Thomas, aged 10 weeks, 1 day, May 7, 1831.
ANDREW
  • Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Hiram, at Warren, aged 5 years. American of Nov. 8, 1831.
ANDREWS
  • Elizabeth, widow of Col. Zephaniah, in this town, aged 89, Feb. 4, 1832.
ANDRIADE
  • John, thrown from his chair while riding with his daughter, at London. American of Oct. 4, 1816.
ANDROS
  • Miss Sarah S., at Berkeley, Mass., March 29, 1824.
ANGELL
  • Sally, daughter of Isaac, in this town, in 20th year, July 29, 1824.
  • Eliza, daughter of Isaac, in 17thyear, Zilpha, Oct. 25, 1810.
  • Zilpha, wife of Richard, Esq., at Johnston, in 40th year, Dec. 13, 1811.
  • Charles, Jr., at Smithfield, in 42nd year, Feb. 3, 1812.
  • Charles, at Smithfield, in 50th year, Sept. 5, 1812.
  • Nathan, in this town, in 51st year, June 11, 1814.
  • Christopher, at Smithfield, in 86th year, Sept. 9, 1814.
  • William, Jr., at Johnston, in 35th year. American of July 11, 1815.
  • William, at Johnston, at an advanced age, Aug. 19, 1815.
  • Betsey, wife of George Sterrey Angell, and youngest daughter of Elder John Benson, at Pomfret, Ct., in 27th year, Jan. 2, 1816.
  • Stephen, at North Providence, aged about 40 years, Feb. 1, 1816.
  • Sally, wife of Nicholas, in this town, in 30th year, April 14, 1816.
  • Col. Israel [John], at Smithfield, in 77th year, a Revolutionary worthy. American of Jan. 14, 1817.
  • William, son of Thomas, in this town, aged 17 years, July 29, 1817.
  • Mary Ann, daughter of the late Stephen, at Smithfield, in 19th year, Jan. 3, 1818.
  • Anna, wife of Elisha, at North Providence, in 65th year, Jan. 3, 1818.
  • Rufus, at Sutton, Mass., in 69th year, Feb. 28, 1818.
  • Silas, youngest son of the late Col. John, of Smithfield, at Providence, in 36th year, leaves wife and 2 children. American of Nov. 6, 1818.
  • Thomas B., son of Thomas, of Providence, at Martinique, on board Brig Antelope, aged 24 years. American of Dec. 3, 1818.
  • Cynthia, wife of John, 4th, at Smithfield, in 40th year, Dec. 24, 1818.
  • William Henry. son of William, in 5th year, Dec. 24, 1818.
  • Richard, at Smithfield, in 55th year. American of Feb. 5, 1819.
  • Hope, Esq., at North Providence, in 77th year. Was a public officer of the town 50 years, June 4, 1819.
  • Mary, wife of Solomon, at North Providence, in 73d year, June 16, 1819.
  • Amasa, son of John, Jr., at Smithfield, in 20th year. American of Dec. 14, 1819.
  • Sarah, wife of Fenner, in 59th year, Jan. 17, 1820.
  • Chloe (colored), at an advanced age, Feb. 23, 1820.
  • Olney H , at Scituate, in 24th year, April 11, 1820.
  • Bethiah, widow of the late Nedebiah, at Scituate, in 93d year, May 7, 1820.
  • Hannah, wife of Nicholas, June 8, 1820.
  • Isaac, at Johnston, in 28th year, Nov. 15, 1820.
  • Albert, son of Enos, in 3d year, Sept. 28, 1821.
  • Hon. Charles, at Scituate, aged about 50 years. American of Nov. 16, 1821.
  • John, at Johnston, in 25th year, Dec. 25, 1821.
  • James, at North Providence, in 87th year, Sept. 17, 1822.
  • Abigail, daughter of Abiah, at Smithfield, aged 41 years, Sept. 27, 1822.
  • John of Baltimore, at Port au Prince, W.I., in 25th year; was the fourth son, his three brothers having gone to sea at different times and never more heard from; they constituted the entire family of James, deceased, of Providence, Oct. 6, 1822.
  • Anna, wife of James, at North Providence, in 81st year, Jan. 2, 1823.
  • George, at Johnston, in 71st year, Feb. 5, 1823.
  • Diana, eldest daughter of Ezekiel, at Smithfield, in 19th year. American of Sept. 14, 1824.
  • Abby Moulton, daughter of James, at North Providence, aged 15 months, 20 days, Oct. 9, 1824.
  • Abby Moulton, infant daughter of James, at North Providence, Oct. 10, 1824.
  • Zalmon Tobey, son of Smith, at North Providence, aged 5 years, suddenly. American of Feb. 22, 1825.
  • Hannah, wife of Joseph, daughter of late John Tripp, of and at North Providence, March 15, 1825.
  • Charles Henry, son of William, aged 19 months, July 14, 1825.
  • Jonathan, at Smithfield, aged 69 years. American of Sept. 23, 1825.
  • Mary, wife of Col. John, at Smithfield, in 61st year, Dec. 28, 1825.
  • Pamelia, wife of Thomas, in 52d year, April 15, 1826.
  • George Fenner, son of Job, 2d, aged 9 months, Sept. 5, 1826.
  • Benjamin, at North Providence, in 67th year, Sept. 28, 1826.
  • Miss Mary, at Cumberland, in 85th year, Oct. 30, 1826.
  • Mary, widow of Jonathan, at Smithfield, aged 63 years, Nov. 1, 1826.
  • Mary, widow of Abraham, at Cumberland, aged 85 years. American of Nov. 14, 1826.
  • Abiah, at North Providence, in 76th year, Jan. 2, 1827.
  • Rev. George, pastor of Baptist church, at Southbridge, Mass , very suddenly. American of Feb. 23, 1827.
  • Sarah Randall, aged 16 months, April 29, 1827.
  • Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Job, in 21st year, May 13, 1827.
  • Jemima, widow of Charles, at Smithfield, in 84th year, Aug. 15, 1827.
  • Sarah Lyon, infant daughter of Darius, Aug. 17, 1827.
  • Washington M., son of James W., at North Providence, in 6th year, Jan. 12, 1828.
  • James, son of James W , at North Providence, in 8th year, Jan. 17, 1828.
  • Amelia Aldrich, infant daughter of Daniel, Feb. 5, 1828.
  • Joseph Cady. son of Nedabiah, at Glocester, aged 4 years, March 7, 1828.
  • William C., son of Ethan W., at Coventry, aged 5 months, 5 days, March 9, 1828.
  • Miss Louisa, in 63d year, April 22, 1828.
  • Charlotte Frances, daughter of John, at Olneyville, aged 15 months, May 23, 1828.
  • Nehemiah, late a respectable innkeeper, at Providence, formerly of Scituate, aged 48 years, Aug. 2, 1828.
  • Sarah B., daughter of Enos, Aug. 9, 1828.
  • Charles, at Smithfield, aged 49 years, Sept. 5, 1828.
  • Charles, at Smithfield, in 50th year. American of Sept. 16, 1828.
  • Cynthia (colored), at the Asylum, in 81st year, Dec. 11, 1828.
  • John, in 36th year; he left home Jan. 28 in a state of mental derangement and was found the 31st one mile below Pawtucket, in the woods. dead. American of Feb. 3, 1829.
  • Ethan W., at Arkwright Village, in 32d year, May 7, 1828.
  • Adah, daughter of Ezekiel, at Smithfield, aged 19 years, May 28, 1829.
  • Adah, daughter of Ezekiel, at Smithfield, in 21st year, June 2, 1829.
  • Phebe S., wife of Daniel, and daughter of Richard Aldrich, of Glocester, at Providence, aged 25 years, burial at Smithfield, Nov. 19, 1829.
  • Hannah, widow of Nathan, Sen. aged 75 years, March 25, 1830.
  • Ezekiel B. H., son of Ezekiel, at Smithfield, aged 13 months, 17 days, June 24, 1830.
  • Sarah, wife of Col. Israel, at Smithfield, in 61st year, Aug. 10, 1830.
  • Thomas Briggs, infant son of Smith, at North Providence. American of Feb. 8, 1831.
  • Phebe, wife of John, at Smithfield, in 67th year, Feb. 12, 1831.
  • Mrs. Lydia, widow of Benjamin, of North Providence, at Providence, aged 71 years, May 12, 1831.
  • Lydia, widow of Benjamin, of North Providence, at Providence, in 72nd year, May 12, 1831.
  • Nancy A., daughter of late Nehemiah, in 18th year, Sept. 28, 1831.
  • John, at Olneyville, in 37th year, Nov. 17, 1831.
  • Isaac, in 79th year, Dec. 9, 1831.
  • Miss Marcy, at North Providence, in 88th year, Jan. 23, 1832.
  • Enock, at North Providence, in 90th year, Feb. 17, 1832.
  • Albert, infant son of Jonathan S., aged 11 months, 10 days, Feb. 29, 1832.
  • Nancy S., wife of Daniel, daughter of Stephen Wilmarth, in 21st year, March 29, 1832.
  • Ann, daughter of Isaac, aged 43 years, April 14, 1832.
  • Col. Israel, at Smithfield, in 92d year, an officer of the Revolution, May 3, 1832.
  • Charles Fenner, son of Col. Job, 2d, aged 4 years, 10 months, May 21, 1832.
  • Mary D., wife of Elisha, at North Providence, in 57th year, May 22, 1832.
  • Nathaniel, at North Providence, in 52d year, Aug. 3, 1832.
  • Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Job F., aged 3 years, Sept. 11, 1832.
  • Abia, wife of Joseph, in 81st year, Oct. 10, 1832.
  • Franklin Warren, son of Job, 2d, aged 4 years, Oct. 30, 1832.
ANGUIE
  • Mons. ----, father-in-law of Marshal Ney, at Paris, France; the four sons of the Marshal were at the funeral. American of Dec. 1, 1815.
ANNIS
  • Isaac, in this town, in 30th year. American of April 18, 1815.
  • Elizabeth, daughter of John, at Taunton, aged 9 months, Dec. 18, 1821.
  • John, at Taunton, aged 36 years, May 10, 1822.
  • John, at Taunton, aged 36 years. American of June 21, 1822.
ANNESS
  • Amey, wife of Obadiah, in 72d year, Feb. 2, 1827.
ANTHONY
  • Mary, widow of Elisha, at Newport, in 69th year, June 26, 1809.
  • Capt. John, at Point Petre, Guadaloupe, in 38th year, July 23, 1811.
  • Abigail, widow of David, Esq., at Portsmouth, in 95th year, May 24, 1812.
  • Ann Amelia, daughter of Capt. James, in this town, in 5th year. American of Sept. 24, 1813.
  • John, Esq., at South Kingstown, aged 83 years, formerly of Newport, and later of Sherbourne, Vt., Feb. 27, 1814.
  • Sarah, wife of David, of Society of Friends, in this town, June 25, 1814.
  • Mary, wife of Daniel, at North Providence, in 74th year, of Society of Friends, July 9, 1815.
  • Caroline R., eldest daughter of Capt. James, 2d, in 10th year, Jan. 27, 1816.
  • Allen B., son of Hezekiah, at Pawtuxet, aged 16 months, 18 days, May 26, 1816.
  • Reuben, hatter, in this town, in 57th year, suddenly, Aug. 1, 1816.
  • Joseph, son of Capt. Michael, of this town, in 23d year; fell from U.S. vessel in Lake Ontario and was drowned, Sept. 19, 1816.
  • Sarah, wife of William, at Portsmouth. American of Aug. 26, 1817.
  • Rhody, daughter of the late Daniel, at Middletown, in 37th year. American of Aug. 29, 1817.
  • Bradford Lee, son of Peleg, of Swanzey, at Providence, in 40th year, suddenly, Sept. 21, 1817.
  • Elizabeth, at Middletown, of Society of Friends, in 92nd year. American of Sept. 25, 1818.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Israel, and daughter of David Anthony, of Somerset, at Wellington, Mass., aged 39 years, Dec. 29, 1818.
  • Alice, wife of William, formerly of Newport, at Providence, in 68th year. American of Feb. 2, 1819.
  • George, only son of Hezekiah, aged 20 years, March 5, 1819.
  • Anne, wife of Thomas, at East Greenwich, aged 37 years, Society of Friends, May 4, 1819.
  • Philip Bowers, son of Hezekiah, aged 3 months, July 30, 1819.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Capt. James, in 49th year, Dec. 7, 1819.
  • William, formerly of Newport, at Warwick, in 89th year, Dec. 26, 1819.
  • Miss Elizabeth, at Tiverton, March 24, 1820.
  • Rachal, in 89th year. American of May 19, 1820.
  • Peleg, at Somerset, in 80th year, Nov. 14, 1820.
  • Peleg, at Swanzey, in 83rd year. American of Nov. 21, 1820.
  • Abraham, Esq., at Portsmouth, in 70th year, more than 30 years town clerk, Jan. 18, 1821.
  • Edward, at Taunton, aged 60 years. American of Aug. 3, 1821.
  • Nathan, son of Hezekiah, aged 13 months, Aug. 28, 1821.
  • Nancy Jarrett, wife of David, and daughter of John Brayton, Esq , of Somerset, at Troy, Mass., aged 32 years, March 2, 1822.
  • Isaac, at Ashford, Ct., aged 49 years, formerly of Portsmouth. American of Aug. 20, 1822.
  • Elizabeth W., only daughter of David, in 18th year, Aug. 26, 1822.
  • Nancy, widow of Bradford, aged 43 years, Oct. 4, 1822.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Peleg, in 75th year, buried at Somerset, Nov. 3, 1822.
  • Thomas, of Smithfield, by a fall from a horse, June 20, 1823.
  • John, at Somerset, aged 72 years, July 11, 1823.
  • Burrington, Esq , at Portsmouth, aged 80 years, May 30, 1824.
  • Daniel, in 85th year, of Society of Friends, Aug. 15, 1824.
  • Mary, widow of William, at Somerset, aged 91 years, Aug. 25, 1824.
  • Henry Edwin, son of William A., aged 19 months, Sept. 10, 1824.
  • Mrs. Mary, of Somerset, aged 91 years. American of Oct. 1, 1824.
  • Rebecca Ann, daughter of William, at Coventry, aged 6 years, Nov. 5, 1824.
  • William W., at Coventry, in 21st year, April 13, 1825.
  • Anna, widow of Beriah, aged 57 years, of Society of Friends, at Portsmouth, May 6, 1825.
  • Capt. Stephen, at Somerset, in 69th year. American of June 17, 1825.
  • Benjamin, son of John, of Providence, at Norwich, Ct. American of Aug. 12, 1825.
  • Capt. Samuel, at Somerset, Mass., aged 64 years. American of Sept. 16, 1825.
  • Capt. Samuel, at Somerset, aged 64 years. American of Sept. 27, 1825.
  • George Augustus, son of William, at Coventry, aged 1 year, Dec. 9, 1825.
  • Hezekiah, son of Hezekiah, aged 9 months, July 17, 1826.
  • James, at South Kingstown, aged 68 years, thrown from his horse and killed, Sept. 26, 1826.
  • David, son of Hezekiah, aged 14 months, April 3, 1828.
  • William, formerly of Swanzey, at Providence, aged 54 years, June 1, 1828.
  • Emily Hurlbert, daughter of John, at Norwich Falls, Ct., aged 2 years, July 17, 1828.
  • John, late of Providence, at Norwich Falls, Ct., aged 38 years, July 17, 1828.
  • Mrs. Mary Francis [Catharine Mary Wiseman], youngest daughter of late Don Joseph Wiseman, Spanish Consul at Newport, at the Usurlome Community, Mount Benedict, Charleston, S.C., April 7, 1829.
  • Rebecca C., wife of David R., daughter of late Alpheus Humes, of Connecticut, at Seekonk, in 20th year, May 27, 1829.
  • David, aged 77 years, Aug. 23, 1830.
  • Adeline Amanda, wife of Albert, at Coventry. in 18th year, May 28, 1831.
  • Eliza, youngest daughter of H ezekiah, aged 3 years, 4 months, Jan. 22, 1832.
  • Mrs. Hannah, at Albin Village; was of Providence, Jan. 31, 1832.
  • Submit, wife of David, at Somerset, aged 73 years, July 20, 1832.
  • Hon. William, at Portsmouth, very suddenly. American of Sept. 11, 1832.
  • George William, infant son of James G., aged 2 years, Jan. 7, 1833.
ANTONIO
  • Mary, daughter of Joseph, at Bristol, aged 3 years, March 24, 1823.
APPLETON
  • Rev. Jesse, D. D., President of Bowdoin College, at Brunswick, Me. American of Nov. 23, 1819.
  • Henry, at Salem, aged 55 years. American of Nov. 28, 1823.
  • John Sparhawk, at Salem, aged 49 years. American of Dec. 31, 1824.
APLIN
  • Ruth, widow of William, and daughter of Hon. Jonathan Nichols, of Newport; burial at the North End, June 21, 1815.
  • Ann Frances, daughter of William, Esq., aged 14 months, Feb. 23, 1830.
  • Mary, daughter of William, Esq., in 5th year, March 4, 1830.
  • Tamson, wife of Capt. Stephen A., aged 69 years, Sept. 13, 1830.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Stephen A., Jr., in 30th year, Nov. 25, 1830.
APTHORP
  • Sarah, widow of James, Esq., at Quincy, Mass., aged 84 years. American of May 23, 1820.
  • George Henry, at Quincy, aged 54 years. American of Feb. 8, 1825.
ARMISTEAD
  • Col. George, at Baltimore, aged 39 years, the hero of Fort McHenry (military honors), April 25, 1818.
ARMSTRONG
  • Thomas, at South Kingstown, in 68th year, March 24, 1814.
  • Lieut. John, of 22nd Regiment, from wounds received at that battle of the Falls, aged 26 years, at Williamsville, N.Y. American of Sept. 30, 1814.
  • Mrs. Jemima, wife of Jesse, at Glocester, in 64th year, Oct. 15, 1822.
  • Allida, wife of Gen. John, late Secretary of War, and daughter of late Chancellor Livingstone, in Dutchess Co., N.Y., Dec. 24, 1822.
  • Adelaide Eliza, daughter of Scott C., at Glocester, aged 2 years, 2 months, Sept. 29, 1826.
  • Susan Elizabeth, daughter of William, aged 16 months, at Glocester, Aug. 10, 1827.
  • Elijah, at Glocester, in 74th year (Masonic honors), Feb. 28, 1829.
  • George, at New York Hospital, aged 30 years. American of Dec. 14, 1830.
ARCHAR
  • William, executed in England for setting fire to the house of Mrs. Ann Burkett, March ----, 1817.
  • John, at Salem, aged 71 years. He accidentally came in collision with a post. American of Jan. 1, 1830.
ARMSBY
  • Silas, of Wrentham, Mass., aged 22 years, in this town, member Freshman class, Brown University, Aug. 30, 1814.
ARMFELDT
  • Count, at Zarakozulo, Russia. American of Feb. 28, 1815.
ARMINGTON
  • Marcy R., daughter of Capt. Walker, at Rehoboth, in 3rd year, April 13, 1811.
  • George, son of William, in this town, in 21st year, Aug. 3, 1811.
  • Nancy, wife of George, Oct. 12, 1811.
  • Marcy Ann, second daughter of Asa, at Seekonk, aged 12 years, Dec. 17, 1812.
  • Joseph, at Seekonk, in 86th year, April 27, 1817.
  • Capt. Louis, at Baltimore, in 37th year, son of William. of Providence, Dec. 24, 1817.
  • Mrs. Hannah B., aged 33 years. American of Oct. 24, 1820.
  • Alverin, second son of Benjamin, at Seekonk, in 20th year, June 13, 1821.
  • Capt. Alfred, native of Rhode Island, at Mobile, Ala. American of Oct. 8, 1822.
  • Capt. Walker, at Seekonk, aged 54 years, April 8, 1823.
  • Bowers, of Pawtucket. His body was found near Scott's Pond, a suicide from hanging. American of Jan. 27, 1824.
  • Ann P., eldest daughter of George, at North Providence, in 13th year, Feb. 5, 1828.
  • Polly Watson, eldest daughter of Asa, at Seekonk, July 29, 1828.
  • Horace Ward, youngest son of Asa, of Armington, of Seekonk, at English Key, Bay of Honduras, aged 22 years; was supercargo of Brig Only Son, of this port, Dec. 16, 1827.
  • Charles, son of Ambrose, of Seekonk, at sea on board Ship William Baker, of Providence; fell from main topsail yard while reefing. American of Feb. 4, 1831.
  • Benjamin, at Seekonk, in 61st year, Feb. 23, 1832.
  • Mrs. Lydia, at Pawtucket, aged 34 years. American of June 12, 1832.
AREMBERG
  • Prince of, by a fall from a horse. His sister was wife of the Prince Schwartzenberg, who commanded the allied armies. His brother lost an eye while hunting. His mother was guillotined at Paris and sister perished in a fire at Paris. American of May 9, 1815.
AREY
  • Cornelius, aged about 74 years, soldier of the Revolution, Oct. 29, 1820.
ARNOLD
  • Sarah, wife of Thomas, at East Greenwich, in 65th year, Dec. 2, 1808.
  • Patience, widow of Welcome, Esq , in this town, Nov. 2, 1809.
  • Mrs. Joanna, wife of Joseph, in this town, in 26th year, Nov. 30, 1809.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Col. Thomas, at Newport, in 73rd year, Feb. 11, 1810.
  • Ann, wife of Capt. Thomas, at Warwick, in 25th year, April 27, 1810.
  • Capt. David, Jr., at Warwick, in 31st year. American of Oct. 16, 1810.
  • Capt. David, at Norton, in 79th year; was a patriot in the Revolution, Dec. 19, 1810.
  • Miss Waite, eldest daughter of the late Oliver, Esq., in 54th year, Jan. 13, 1812.
  • Capt. Josiah, at Warwick, in 89th year. American of July 12, 1811.
  • Elizabeth, widow of James, late of Warwick, buried at Warwick, at Woodstock, Ct., in 88th year, Aug. 16, 1811.
  • Josias, son of the late Joseph, in 22d year, at sea, from Sch. Lucretia, of this port, Oct. 4, 1811.
  • Nathan, Esq., at Cumberland, in 47th year, Dec. 21, 1812.
  • Waitstill, at Cumberland, in 22d year, Jan. 8, 1813.
  • Samuel, at Smithfield, in 77th year, of Society of Friends, Jan. 16, 1813.
  • Caroline, infant daughter of George, in this town, Feb. 18, 1813.
  • William C., son of the late Dr. Jonathan, formerly of this town, at St. Johnsbury, Vt., aged 41 years, March 9, 1813.
  • Wealthian, wife of Daniel, and daughter of Thomas Holden, Esq., of Warwick, at Adams, Mass., in 32d year, July 5, 1813.
  • Amey A., daughter of Luke, at Smithfield, Oct. 25, 1813.
  • Nicholas. Esq., at Cranston. in 48th year, April 19, 1814.
  • Israel, Esq., at Warwick, aged 64 years, judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the County, April 29, 1814.
  • Mary, wife of Stephen, at Smithfield, May 17, 1814.
  • Anna, daughter of Simeon, at Scituate, in 36th year. American of Jan. 3, 1815.
  • Col. Benjamin. at Warwick, in 73d year; was a military officer during the Revolution; member of convention that adopted the Constitution 1790; representative to the Assembly and president of the Town Council, April 2, 1815.
  • Rosamond, daughter of John, Esq., at Burrillville, in 17th year. American of April 4, 1815.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, at Smithfield, in 76th year, of Society of Friends, June 11, 1815.
  • Levi, his son by the explosion of his powder mill at Mercer, Penn., was so burnt that he died a few days afterwards, Sept. 13, 1815.
  • Chloe, widow of Peleg, formerly of Pawtuxet, at Thompson, Ct., aged 72 years, Nov. 26, 1815.
  • Eunice, wife of Olney, at Smithfield; Jan. 2 she gave birth to 3 daughters; all are now alive; seven of her children are under 7 years of age, Jan. 12, 1816.
  • Col. William, at East Greenwich, aged about 72 years, many years an innkeeper. American of Jan. 23, 1816.
  • Latimer, at Smithfield, in 38th year, Sept. 9, 1816.
  • Frances Mary, infant daughter of Samuel G., Esq., aged 7 months, in this town, Sept. 20, 1816.
  • Uriah, at Smithfield. in 96th year; was born April 9, 1721, at Smithfield, March 11, 1817.
  • Dr. William, at Smithfield, in 84th year, Society of Friends, March 24, 1817.
  • Capt., of Warwick, master of Ship Union, at Havana, in 30th year, May 7, 1817.
  • William W., son of Col. John, of Pawtuxet, aged 20 years, at New York, on board Ship Union, from Havana; his brother, Capt. John, had previously died at Havana, June 13, 1817.
  • Isaac, at Piketown, O., of the smallpox; was on his way to Columbus where he had some relatives; was a stranger from New England and by trade a house carpenter, about June 25, 1817.
  • Edward, at Piketown, O., son of Col. John, of Pawtuxet, in 28th year, leaves a widow. This is the third son and brother to die within 50 days about, June 25, 1817.
  • Thomas Jenckes, son of Elijah, at Smithfield, in 22d year, Aug. 10, 1817.
  • Luke, at Smithfield, in 80th year, Oct. 1, 1817.
  • Julia Ann, daughter of Elijah. at Smithfield, in 26th year, Oct. 23, 1817.
  • Christopher, at Smithfield, aged about 66 years. American of Oct. 24, 1817.
  • Mary Eliza, only daughter of Whipple, at Warwick, aged 4 years, 2 months, Nov. 1, 1817.
  • Dinah, wife of Eliza, at Smithfield, in 60th year, Nov. 17, 1817.
  • Elijah, Esq., at Smithfield, in 66th year, Nov. 29, 1817.
  • Joshua, at Smithfield, in 90th year, July 1, 1818.
  • Alpha, wife of Peleg, Esq., at Smithfield, July 11, 1818.
  • Phebe, widow of Capt. David, at Norton, aged 81 years, Aug. 27, 1818.
  • Samuel Greene, infant son of Samuel G., aged 8 months, 17 days, Oct. 4, 1818.
  • Mercy Ann, daughter of Elisha, at Warwick, in 7th year, Dec. 14, 1818.
  • Betsey, wife of Joseph, daughter of Jonathan Dexter, Esq., of Smithfield, at Pawtucket, Dec. 24, 1818.
  • Catharine, wife of Rev. Robert, at Thompson, Ct., in 33d year, Jan. 18, 1819.
  • Ann, widow of Col. Benjamin, of Warwick, at Cranston, in 77th year. American of May 4, 1819.
  • Edward S., son of the late Luke, of Smithfield, at Spartansburgh, S.C., Sept, 5, 1819.
  • Edward S., formerly of Smithfield, at Shurlenburgh, S.C., in 30th year, Sept. 13, 1819.
  • Fidelia, daughter of Russell, at Scituate, in 12th year. Sept. 14, 1819.
  • Vashti, daughter of Russell, at Scituate, aged 7 years, Oct. 9, 1819.
  • Henry, only son of Stephen, in 7th year, Oct. 16, 1819.
  • Ann Frances, daughter of Elias, aged 3 years, 4 months, Oct. 21, 1819.
  • Mrs. ----, wife of Thomas, at Warwick, in 81st year. American of Nov. 5, 1819.
  • James, native of Hampshire, Eng., aged about 25 years, drowned off Sassafras Point, Nov. 14, 1819.
  • Sarah, widow of Sion, at Warwick, in 91st year. Dec. 20, 1819.
  • Capt. Nathan. at Scituate, formerly of Providence, in 89th year, Dec. 30, 1819.
  • Abigail, wife of Cyrus, and daughter of Capt. William Warner, at Warwick, in 43d year, Jan. 12, 1820.
  • Simeon, at Warwick, in 84th year, Society of Friends, Jan. 14, 1820.
  • Mrs. Comfort, widow, aged 83 years, Feb. 13, 1820.
  • Hon. Peleg, at Smithfield, aged 68 years, formerly delegate in Congress, member of General Assembly, and chief justice of the Supreme Court; was buried from Friends' Meeting
  • House, died Feb. 13, 1820.
  • Tabitha, daughter of Russell, at Scituate, aged 1 year, 10 months, March 26, 1820.
  • James, a foreigner, who was drowned three miles below here, in November last; his body was found on the west shore and buried near place of discovery. American of April 28, 1820.
  • Reuben, native of Rhode Island, at New York hospital, aged 36 years. American of June 16, 1820.
  • Harriet Rogers, daughter of Col. Samuel G., aged 9 months, Aug. 5, 1820.
  • Elizabeth Prentice, infant daughter of Caleb, aged 4 years, Oct. 6, 1820.
  • Hon. Thomas, (S.B.) at Warwick, in 62d year, Oct. 8, 1820.
  • Anna, wife of Jesse, at Scituate, in 38th year, Jan. 13, 1821.
  • Moses, formerly of Johnston, at Missouri, aged 37 years. American of Jan. 26, 1821.
  • Welcome, at Providence, in 44th year, Feb. 15, 1821.
  • Thomas, Esq., at East Greenwich. He commanded a company at battle of Monmouth where he lost his right leg; was at Red Bank also; was appointed inspector of revenue for port of East Greenwich by Gen. Washington; was in 78th year. American of May 22, 1821.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Jonathan, at Johnston, aged 70 years. American of Nov. 2, 1821.
  • Phebe, wife of Samuel, in 47th year, buried at Smithfield, died in Providence, Nov. 5, 1821.
  • Isaac A., of Warwick, mate of brig. Pocahontas, this port, at sea, on passage from Sourabaya to Malacca, December or January last. American of Dec. 4, 1821.
  • Hannah, widow of late Simeon, at Warwick, in 84th year, Dec. 15, 1821.
  • Col. Stephen, at Warwick, in 58th year, leaves mother, wife and 4 children, Jan. 17, 1822.
  • Lydia Allen, daughter of Christopher, at Warwick, aged 16 months, 5 days, March 11, 1822.
  • Ruth, wife of Ahab, aged 57 years, April 8, 1822.
  • Philip, at Cranston, aged 67 years, May 3, 1822.
  • Alice, wife of Nehemiah, aged 68 years, May 18, 1822.
  • Almira, daughter of Capt. Aborn, aged 14 months, July 14, 1822.
  • Elijah, at Smithfield, in 24th year. American of July 19, 1822.
  • Barton, of firm Taft and Arnold, aged 32 years, July 21, 1822.
  • Ruth, wife of Isaac, at Johnston, aged 80 years. Aug. 5, 1822.
  • Ann Frances, infant daughter of Elias, at Pawtuxet. aged 1 year, 11 months, Aug. 22, 1822.
  • Elisha Howe, son of Willard, aged 18 months, 11 days, Aug. 25, 1822.
  • Ruth, wife of Job, daughter of Peter Calvin, at Coventry, aged 60 years, Sept. 3, 1822.
  • Miss Abby, at Newport. aged 56 years, Sept. 7, 1822.
  • Sarah Ann, daughter of late Pardon, aged 6 months. 4 days, Sept. 19, 1822.
  • Phebe, widow of Luke, of Smithfield, at Cumberland, in 68th year, Sept. 30, 1822.
  • Susan, wife of Christopher, and daughter of John Allen, of North Kingstown, at Warwick, aged 23 years, Oct. 5, 1822.
  • Esther, daughter of Richard, at Cranston, in 17th year, Oct. 25, 1822.
  • George, at Warwick, aged 77 years, Oct. 31, 1822.
  • Col. Salmon, at Savannah, Ga., aged 52 years. American of Nov. 26, 1822.
  • Zilpha, daughter of Henry, at Warwick, aged 18 years, Feb. 16, 1823.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Stephen, at Cranston, in 41st year, March 9, 1823.
  • Col. Oliver, at Pawtuxet, in 38th year, April 3, 1823.
  • Jenette, wife of George, and daughter of Amos Gardiner, of South Kingstown, at Charlestown, aged 30 years, April 12, 1823.
  • Margaret, wife of Peleg, at North Kingstown, aged 67 years, April 12, 1823.
  • Capt. Alfred, aged 63 years, May 5, 1823.
  • Frances Mary, daughter of Col. G---, aged 9 months, July 30, 1823.
  • Frances Mary, infant daughter of Col. Samuel G., aged 9 months [erroneously printed in our list], July 30, 1823.
  • Abby Elizabeth, daughter of Israel, Jr., at Smithfield, in 7th year, Oct. 13, 1823.
  • Mary, wife of Joseph, Esq., at Warwick, in 71st year, March 30, 1824.
  • Mehitable Carpenter, daughter of William U., aged 9 months, May 16, 1824.
  • William, in 38th year, July 26, 1824.
  • Freelove Sophia, wife of Samuel, daughter of Hon. David Leonard Barnes, at Smithfield, aged 34 years, Aug. 30, 1824.
  • Stephen, Esq., President of Rhode Island Central Bank, East Greenwich, and formerly an enterprising merchant there, at Warwick, aged about 62 years. American of Sept. 17, 1824.
  • Sarah, infant daughter of Lemuel H. Arnold, aged 11 weeks, Nov. 1, 1824.
  • Jane, wife of Remington, at Pawtuxet, in 63rd year, Nov. 24, 1824.
  • Philip, at Johnston, aged 71 years, Dec. 14, 1824.
  • Joseph, at Cumberland, in 74th year, Dec. 23, 1824.
  • Hamilton Ames, son of Isaac, aged 6 months, Dec. 27, 1824.
  • Marcy, wife of Col. John, and daughter of Col. John Potter, at Pawtuxet, in 65th year, Jan. 30, 1825.
  • Patience, widow of late William, at Warwick, in 85th year. American of June 10, 1825.
  • Harriet, only daughter of Samuel G., aged 3 years, 4 months, July 20, 1825.
  • Frances Mary, infant daughter of Samuel G., Esq., Aug. 14, 1825.
  • Miss Sally J., in 19th year, Aug. 14, 1825.
  • Amey, wife of James, Esq., at Cumberland, in 62d year. American of Aug. 23, 1825.
  • Oliver, mate of Brig Marcia, of this port, drowned in East Greenwich harbor, aged 30 years, Sept. 1, 1825.
  • Miss Betsey, in 65th year, Nov. 25, 1825.
  • Shubael P., son of Luke, late of Smithfield, at Providence, in 34th year, Feb. 8, 1826.
  • Hon. Samuel G., in 48th year, Feb. 19, 1826.
  • Selma Wilde, widow of Col. Salmon, aged 51 years; funeral from her son's, Dr. Salmon A., died March 26, 1826.
  • Elizabeth Martin, daughter of James, aged 3 years, April 21, 1826.
  • Nathan, at Warwick, aged 81 years; served in the Revolution, May 18, 1826.
  • Susannah, widow of Joseph, at Johnston, aged 94 years. American of Sept. 1, 1826.
  • John R., son of Hon. Thomas, at Warwick, in 19th year, Oct. 8, 1826.
  • Thomas, formerly of Providence, at North Providence, aged 75 years, Nov. 8, 1826.
  • Lydia, widow of Nicholas, at Cranston, in 53d year, Jan. 2, 1827.
  • Eleazer, at Smithfield, aged 70 years, Jan. 15, 1827.
  • Josiah, a Warwick, in 95th year. American of March 30, 1827.
  • Hannah, wife of Caleb, at Warwick, in 66th year, July 1, 1827.
  • Simeon, at Scituate, aged 79 years, Sept. 29, 1827.
  • Mary, wife of Russell, at Warwick, in 45th year, Nov. 22, 1827.
  • Joseph, at Warwick, aged 86 years, May 18, 1828.
  • Col. Thomas, at Newport, in 94th year. Aug. 14, 1828.
  • Rev. Robert, at Norwich, Ct., in 38th year, Nov. 13, 1828.
  • Aaron, at Slatersville, formerly of Cumberland, in 72d year, soldier of the Revolution, Jan. 4, 1829.
  • Mary, widow of Thomas, of Providence, at New Bedford, aged 75 years. American of Feb. 24, 1829.
  • Capt. Benedict, at Warwick, in 75th year; while riding his horse he fell to the ground and soon expired, April 5, 1829.
  • Enock, killed at the Washington from a kick from a horse. American of Aug. 11, 1829.
  • Mrs. Waite, formerly of Newport, at Providence, aged 74 years, Oct. 13, 1829.
  • William, in 19th year, Jan. 25, 1830.
  • William P., in 19th year, Jan. 25, 1830.
  • Arthur G., son of Capt. Joseph, at Cranston, March 22, 1830.
  • Capt. William, aged 38 years, June 23, 1830.
  • Freelove W., daughter of Col. Elisha, at Cranston, in 30th year, Aug. 23, 1830.
  • Obadiah, at Scituate, aged 39 years, April 29, 1831.
  • Rebecca (colored), at East Greenwich, July 28, 1831.
  • Mary, daughter of late Nicholas, at Cranston, aged 31 years. American of Sept. 23, 1831.
  • Mrs. Freelove, widow of Simeon, of Scituate, at Smithfield, aged 85 years, Dec. 12, 1831.
  • Oliver A., son of Daniel, at Coventry, in 19th year, Dec. 12, 1831.
  • Willard, son of Ahab, of Providence, at Oxford, in 44th year, Jan. 24, 1832.
  • Mary Cornelia, daughter of Richard J., Esq., of Providence, at Whitehall, Ga., aged 2 years, 4 months, May 8, 1832.
  • Waitstill, wife of Capt. Joseph, and eldest daughter of Major Arthur Greene, at Cranston, in 41st year, July 30, 1832.
  • Louisa Baker, only child of John H., at Warwick, aged 2 years, Nov. 28, 1832.
ARNSTEIN
  • ---- the Baroness, wife of the Baron, one of the richest bankers of Germany; she gave 20,000 guilders annually to the poor. American of Aug. 25, 1818.
ARROW
  • Sukey, at Norton, aged 100 years; was once a slave in the family of Judge Leonard; for several years she has been supported by the town. American of Oct. 10, 1828.
ARROWSMITH
  • A---, the celebrated geographer, at London, in 74th year. American of June 20, 1823.
ASBURY
  • Rev. Francis, Bishop in Methodist Church, in Virginia, in 71st year, and 50th of his ministry. It is calculated he had preached from 15,000 to 18,000 sermons, presided at over 200 conferences, travelled from 100,000 to 150,000 miles, and perhaps ordained more ministers than any other man of his time. American of May 3, 1816.
  • Rev. Daniel, aged 64. at Lincoln Co., N.C., suddenly; had been a Methodist minister 37 years. American of June 28, 1825.
ASGILL
  • Lady, in London, aged 82 years. Her pathetic application to the Queen of France to interpose with Gen. Washington to save her son, Capt. Asgill, ordered to be executed in
  • retaliation for the murder of Capt. Huddy will be remembered, June ----, 1816.
ASHFORD
  • James, seaman, killed on board the U.S. Frigate Constitution in action with the Guerriere, Aug. 20, 1812.
ASHLEY
  • Thomas, Esq., at Putney, Vt., aged 70 years. American of Aug. 10, 1810.
  • Abraham, Jr., son of Abraham, at Freetown, aged 13 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • Betsey, daughter of Abraham, at Freetown, aged 13 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • Bishop, son of Bishop, at Freetown, aged 7 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • John, at Rochester, Mass., aged 54 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • Polly, wife of Abraham, at Freetown, aged 42 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • Thomas Jefferson, son of Bishop, at Freetown, aged 9 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • Rev. Benjamin, Baptist, at Norfolk, Va. American of Oct. 6, 1820.
  • Col. Samuel, an aged man, at Springville, Penn., frozen to death; was a captain in the Revolution and it is said was once a candidate for Governor of New Hampshire. American of Feb. 6, 1821.
  • Mrs. Eliza, wife of Luther, and daughter of John Humphrey, Esq , of Barrington, at Chaplin, Ct., aged 43 years, Dec. 20, 1828.
ASHMUN
  • Hon. Eli P., at Northampton, Mass., late U.S. Senator, aged 48 years. American of May 21, 1819.
ASHTON
  • William, in this town, in 94th year, March 30, 1816.
  • Margaret, widow of Stephen, aged 63 years, April 11, 1828.
  • John, at Salem, aged 85 years, graduate of Harvard, 1776. American of Jan. 1, 1830.
ASPINWALL
  • Gilbert, merchant, of New York, on Long Island. American of Sept. 24, 1819.
  • Charles Augustus, son of Horatio G., aged 9 months, 20 days, Aug. 26, 1821.
  • Wiliam, M.D., at Brookline, Mass., in 80th year. American of May 16, 1823.
ASTON
  • Henry Harvey, Esq., at London, Eng., suicide. He had seduced a daughter of an Earl and took this way of making reparation for the crime. American of April 24, 1821.
ATANDIA
  • Anthony, an Italian, hurt himself in a scuffle at New York. American of Feb. 18, 1820.
ATHERTON
  • Henry, at Greenfield, Mass., aged 25 years, very suddenly. American of April 24, 1821.
ATHEY
  • Dennis M., shot by George H. Drake, of Alleghany Co., Md. May 8, 1825.
ATKINS
  • Abigail, wife of Rev. Elisha, at Killingly, Ct., in 72d year, Jan. 26, 1824.
ATKINSON
  • Joseph, at Manchester, Eng., Friend Minister; his wife died four weeks after, Feb. 1, 1818.
  • Miss Mary, at Newport, in 39th year. American of Oct. 1, 1819.
  • Rachal, wife of Jonn B., at Newport, in 55th year, March 6, 1827.
  • ----, son of William, killed by lightning in a hay field, June 28, 1828.
  • Elizabeth, widow of late James, at Bellows Falls, aged 73 years, Sept. 29, 1829.
ATWATER
  • Rev. Charles,at North Branford, Ct., in 39th year, and 16 of his ministry. American of March 4, 1825.
ATWELL
  • William Henry, fourth son of Amos Maine, Esq., aged 10 years, Aug. 31, 1812.
  • Horatio Nelson, youngest son of the late Col. Amos, in 10th year. July 15, 1813.
  • Rev. George, pastor of Baptist Church, at Enfield, Ct. American of April, 26, 1814.
  • Amos Maine, in this town, in 50th year. (Masonic honors), May 24, 1815.
  • George Lovell, youngest and only surviving son of the late Col. Amos, aged 21 years, June 27, 1819.
  • Amos Maine, son of the late Amos M., Esq., in 22d year, Nov. 4, 1820.
  • Mary D., eldest daughter of late Amos Maine Atwell, in 22d year, Aug. 26, 1825.
ATWOOD
  • Abigail, daughter of George, at Taunton, aged 6 years. American of Dec. 18, 1810.
  • Major Benjamin, at Johnston, in 55th year. American of Nov. 6, 1818.
  • David, at Providence, in 56th year, June 19, 1821.
  • George, at Taunton, aged 56. Innkeeper, Oct. 13, 1821.
  • Nehemiah, at Johnston, in 79th year, June 25, 1822.
  • Harris, at Johnston, in 43d year, March 11, 1823.
  • Jeremiah Nelson, son of Abraham C., at Johnston, in 7th year, Dec. 13, 1824.
  • Catharine, at Warwick, in 32d year, Dec. 31, 1824.
  • Anthony, at Johnston, in 53d year, March 13, 1825.
  • David C., of Georgia, in 30th year, Aug. 28, 1825.
  • Marian, wife of Caleb, at Warwick, in 72d year, Oct. 18, 1825.
  • Joanna E., infant daughter of Capt. Kimball, at Scituate, Jan. 10, 1827.
  • Capt. Thomas, at Pawtucket, in 84th year, March 29, 1829.
  • Dr. Sheffield, at Bristol, suddenly, Oct. 30, 1829.
  • Mrs Mary, at Dighton, in 69th year, March 15, 1830.
  • Elliott, at Worcester, aged 25 years. In attempting to vault a fence the bar slipped the end came against his side causing a rupture, he lived 28 hours, May 27, 1830.
AUCHMUTY.
  • Lieut. Gen. Sir Samuel Knight, Grand Cross of the Bath, and Commander in Chief of the British Forces in Ireland; was riding his horse in the park when he fell dead, in Dublin. American of Oct. 4, 1822.
  • Sir Gen. Samuel, died in Ireland; was a native of New York; the late Robert N., who died a bachellor was the only brother of the General. American of Oct. 4, 1822.
  • Robert Mulcaster, of the British service, second son of the late Robert Nichols Auchmuty, of Newport, in Madras, India. American of Nov. 11, 1823.
AUCKMUTY
  • Samuel O., formerly of Newport, at New York, May 19, 1828.
AUGEREAU
  • Marshall, Duke of Castiglione, one of Napoleon's lieutenants. He had made his peace with the Bourbons. American of July 23, 1816.
AUGUST
  • Henry, executed for murder of Epaphras Mathews, a peddler, at Revenna, O., Nov. 30, 1816.
AULD
  • Alexander M., at Brunswick, Ga., aged about 27 years, native of North Carolina, formerly member of Brown University, June 24, 1817.
AUSTIN
  • Jeremiah, at Little Compton, in 85th year, of Society of Friends. American of Jan. 5, 1816.
AUSTEN
  • Jane, in England, the authoress, July 18, 1817.
AUSTIN
  • Hon. Benjamin, aged 68 years, at Boston, late candidate for Lieut. Governor of Massachusetts, May 4, 1820.
  • Henry, at North Kingstown, in 55th year, Jan. 11, 1822.
  • Daniel, at Newport, aged 33. American of March 8, 1822.
  • Pamella, wife of John, aged 30, at Taunton. American of Nov. 1, 1822.
  • Jeremiah, at Nantucket, in 65th year, of Society of Friends, Dec. 11, 1822.
  • Peter, of Newport, at Jamestown, aged 42 years, April 23, 1824.
  • James, at North Kingstown, aged 84 years, fell dead about 3 rods from his house, June 21, 1826.
  • Sarah, wife of Edward, at Newport, aged 27 years, daughter of Edward Watson. American of Aug. 5, 1825.
  • Seth, at Dighton, aged 88 years, March 8, 1826.
  • Major Loring, aged 36 years, at Cambridge, Mass., late of U.S. Army, and Aide de Camp to Gen. Brown, in battles of Chippewa, Lundy's Lane, the Sortie from Fort Erie and scenes on Niagara frontier, Jan. 28, 1827.
  • Benjamin G., at South Kingstown, aged 29 years, Jan. 26, 1828.
  • Daniel, native of Rhode Island, at New York, in 37th year. American of March 10, 1829.
  • Martha, youngest daughter of Job, at Georgia Factory, Smithfield, in 13th year, Sept. 7, 1829.
  • Rev. Samuel, D.D., late President of Vermont University, at Glastonbury, Ct., 70 years. American of Dec. 14, 1830.
  • Elijah, at Mansfield, aged 57 years, Aug. 29, 1831.
AVERELL
  • Henry, native of Newport, at Charleston, S.C., aged 34 years, July 15, 1819.
AVERY
  • Capt. Elisha, in this town, in 40th year, July 10, 1815.
  • Rev. David, formerly Pastor of First Congregational Church, Wrentham, at Middletown, Vt., in 71st year, and a ministry of nearly 50 years (see obit. notice March 13), Feb. 16, 1818.
  • Col. W. W., in North Carolina, in 76th year. He served in the Revolution; was born at Groton Ct., May 3, 1745, graduated at Princeton, 1766. American of May 11, 1821.
  • Rev. William, in South Carolina, aged 58. American of Sept. 23, 1823.
  • --- ---, child of Eleazer, at Colchester, Ct., aged 3 years, had been scalded and was thrown into a tub of hot water instead of cold by mistake, Dec. 27, 1824.
  • James G., at Dover, aged 30, fell from a ladder, Aug. 3, 1829.
AYDELOTT
  • Rev. Joseph, at Philadelphia, aged 67 years. American of May 21, 1824.
AYLESWORTH
  • Hannah, daughter of John, in 4th year. Sept. 6, 1820.
  • Mrs. Hannah, in 32d year, Feb. 27, 1822.
  • George R., son of Thomas, at Newport, in 15th year. American of Oct. 28, 1823.
  • Mary, daughter of John, of Cranston, at Portsmouth, in 52d year, Friend Minister, Sept. 6, 1824.
  • Albert G., son of Thomas, at Newport, aged 2 years. American of Aug. 16, 1825.
  • John, at Foster, in 81st year, of Society of Friends, Feb. 7, 1829.
AYRAULT
  • Peter, Esq., native of Rhode Island, but for many years a resident of Charleston, S.C., Jan. 29, 1817.
AYRES
  • William, merchant, at Smithfield, in 33d year, leaves wife and 3 children, May 3, 1822.
  • Lieut. Thomas Jefferson, U.S. Infantry, aged 22 years, in St. Louis, Mo. American of Oct. 31, 1823.
  • John, at Boston, aged 51 years, died in his carriage on way home from church. Amercan of Aug. 27, 1830.
AXTON
  • John, at Newport, aged 96 years. American of June 2, 1815.


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