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 - BABB to BEZELEY

[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]



BABB
  • Noah, of Standish, Me., killed by the explosion of a powder mill, at Gosham, Me., July 19, 1828.
BABBITT
  • Mary, widow, at Taunton, aged 83 years, Sept. 2, 1821.
  • Lydia, daughter of John, at Taunton, aged 7 years, April 13, 1822.
  • Joseph Dexter, youngest son of Ebenezer, at Pawtucket, aged 15 months, 20 days, Aug. 2, 1822.
  • Ann Eliza, infant daughter of Henry P., Sept. 17, 1822.
  • Sarah, daughter of Isaac, at Taunton, Aug. 30, 1823.
  • James Edward, infant son of Henry P., aged 13 months, July 28, 1826.
  • --- ---, child of James, scalded to death by hot tea. American of Jan. 7, 1831.
BABCOCK
  • Miner, executed at Norwich, Ct., for murder of London Babcock, June 6, 1816.
  • Cyrus G., a recent graduate of Brown University, at Colebrook, Ct., aged 28 years, March 6, 1817.
  • Adam, of Boston, aged 76 years, at Brookline. American of Oct. 10, 1817.
  • John Hilliard, son of Latham, at Providence, aged 18 months, Sept. 7, 1819.
  • William, son of the late Capt. William, of and at Newport, in 29th year. American of Dec. 7, 1819.
  • Major Elisha, at Hartford, Ct., aged 68 years, a well known American Publisher. American of April 17, 1821.
  • William, innkeeper, at Wickford. American of Sept. 10, 1822.
  • Adam, son of Caleb, at South Kingstown, aged 23 years, Nov. 16, 1822.
  • John, first officer of Brig Paragon, at Ambrus, S.C. Nov. 6, 1824.
  • John M., of Newport, son of Caleb of South Kingstown, at Ambros, Africa, aged 31 years, Nov. 6, 1824.
  • Joseph, at South Kingstown, in 66th year, Oct. 7, 1825.
  • William, at South Kingstown. American of Dec. 6, 1825.
  • Sally, widow of Thomas, formerly of Norwich, N.Y., at Warwick, aged 76 years, Jan. 15, 1826.
  • Amrillet, widow of Rev. Cyrus, at Meriden, Ct., in 43d year. April 12, 1826.
  • Caleb, at South Kingstown, aged 81 years, Nov. 18, 1826.
  • John, at Newport, aged 47 years, inventor of new steam machinery, March 3, 1827.
  • Abigail, at Cranston, aged 22 years, June 6, 1827.
  • Jethro, at Fairhaven, aged 44 years, Sept. 6, 1829.
  • Clarke, aged about 60 years, belonging to Rhode Island, at sea, on board Ship Susan, from injuries resulting from a fall, Feb. 5, 1829.
  • Ann Maria, at Boston, aged 18 years. American of June 10, 1831.
  • Sally, wife of George C., and daughter of Daniel Knowles, of South Kingstown, at Warwick, Aug. 26, 1831.
  • Sarah, widow of Augustus, of South Kingstown, at Phenix, in 78th year, Nov. 1, 1831.
BABSON
  • John, in 47th year, May 29, 1824.
  • James V., at Boston, aged 26 years, formerly of Providence. American of Jan. 27, 1826.
  • George, in 31st year, May 18, 1832.
BATCHELLOR
  • Rev. Daniel, at Sutton, Mass., in 43d year, April 17, 1816.
BACHELLOR
  • Freelove, wife of Warren, in 29th year, Sept. 11, 1820.
  • Paulina, daughter of Warren, in 6th year, Oct. 1, 1820.
  • Rev. William, at Douglass, Mass., in 78th year, Oct. 29, 1821.
  • Jesse, at Lynn, a suicide by hanging; his age was 30 years. American of May 14, 1830.
  • Allen, son of Amos, at Sutton, aged 17 years, April 6, 1831.
  • Prussia, wife of Capt. James, at Northbridge, Mass., in 54th year, Oct. 7, 1832.
BACKUS
  • Rev. Dr. ----, president of Hamilton College, at New York State. American of Jan. 7, 1817.
  • Sylvanus, member of Congress and late Speaker Connecticut House of Representatives, at Pomfret, Ct. American of Feb. 11, 1817.
  • George W., at Martinique, on board Brig Antelope, in 19th year, Oct. 15, 1818.
  • Harriet, widow of Hon. Sylvester, at Pomfret, Ct., in 42d year, Oct. 18, 1820.
  • Timothy, formerly of Canterbury, Ct., at Plainfield, N.Y., aged 69 years, April 6, 1824.
  • Mrs. Eunice, at Brooklyn, Ct., aged 58 years. American of March 23, 1824.
  • Almira, wife of Thomas, Esq., of Killingly, Ct., and daughter of Joseph Cady, of Providence, Aug. 15, 1827.
  • George, merchant, at New Orleans, in 34th year, May 15, 1831.
  • Dr. Thomas, at Sterling, Ct., aged 70 years, July 4, 1832.
  • Mr. ----, of Cuba, killed by being thrown from a carriage near Quincy. American of July 27, 1832.
BACKSTER
  • George, Esq., also his wife Jane, each in 64th year. at Wantage, N.J.; had been married 42 years; she survived her husband 15 hours, Jan. 29, 1820.
BACON
  • Joshua, in this town, in 51st year, March 19, 1810.
  • David, at Bedford, Penn., shot by an insane person. American of July 17, 1810.
  • Hannah, wife of Miles, at Smithfield, in 55th year; sermon by Rev. Mr. Gibson, from a text of her selection, Nov. 29, 1816.
  • Hope, in 24th year, in this town, Nov. 5, 1817.
  • Mercy, widow of Capt. Elijah, in 83d year, Oct. 7, 1818.
  • Sophia Ann, daughter of Thomas, July 12, 1819.
  • Thomas, in 32d year. American of Sept. 7, 1819.
  • Hannah, daughter of John, at Smithfield, aged 15 months, Sept. ----, 1819.
  • Asa, at Canterbury, Ct., aged 84 years, soldier of the Revolution; sermon by Rev. Mr. Meach, Genesis xv; 15, Oct. 15, 1819.
  • Lucy Elizabeth, wife of Lemont, and only child of the late Capt. Christopher Bentley, of Providence, at Southbridge, Mass., aged 24 years, Jan. 17, 1820.
  • Thomas, son of John, at Smithfield, aged 6 years, July 24, 1820.
  • Lydia F., daughter of late Lot, in 16th year, Aug. 17, 1820.
  • Mary, daughter of John, aged about 4 years; she was one of the twins of this family who have died within a year, at Smithfield. American of Aug. 22, 1820.
  • Rev. Samuel, an American missionary, on coast of Africa. American of Oct. 3, 1820.
  • Mrs. Abigail, of Canterbury, at Woodstock, Ct , in 78th year, Sept. 21, 1821.
  • John Smith, son of Joshua, aged 5 years, April 15, 1822.
  • Amoy Ann, daughter of Joshua, aged 15 months, April 22, 1822.
  • Capt. Sylvester, of Providence, late of brig Agenoria, at Curracoa, aged 31 years, Jan. 11, 1826.
  • Abel F., of Providence, at Valparaiso, 2d officer of schooner Leaf, aged 33 years, April 14, 1826.
  • Joseph, formerly of Smithfield, at Hope Vilage, Griswold, Ct., aged 85. American of April 4, 1828.
BADGER
  • Thomas B. W., only child of Barber, aged 3 years, 5 months, Sept. 15, 1819.
  • Louisa, daughter of Enock, at Andover, Ct., in 26th year; the first death in a family of 14 children, July 14, 1821.
  • Emily, wife of Edmund, Esq., at Windham, Ct., aged 44 years, Aug. 22, 1823.
  • Harriet Knight, infant daughter of Harbour, at Boston, aged 1 year. American of Sept. 14, 1824.
BAGGS
  • John, at Philadelphia, from partaking of poisoned food. American of Sept. 9, 1817.
BAGLEY
  • Luther, of this town, in 27th year, Feb. 23, 1809.
  • Sarah, widow of Luther, in this town, in 28th year, Nov. 28, 1810.
  • Mary, wife of William. at Pawtucket, in 77th year; sermon by Rev. Dr. Benedict, April 24, 1814.
  • William, at Pawtucket, in 77th year, suddenly. American of April 25, 1815.
  • Asa T., of East Greenwich, lost overboard from schooner Gen. Hawes, of this port, at sea, Dec. 4, 1824.
BAGNELL
  • Capt. ----, lost at sea in a shipwreck. American of Oct. 5, 1821.
BAGWELL
  • Col. Charles, shot while riding in his carriage, in Accomac Co., Va., May 24, 1819.
BAILEY
  • Mrs Susannah, widow of Constant, of Newport, in this town, in 84th year, April 24, 1809.
  • Capt. Nathaniel, in this town, in 51st year, May 12, 1810.
  • Lydia, wife of Deacon John, at Tiverton, in 46th year. American of Dec. 25, 1810.
  • Mehitable, wife of Richard, at Berlin, Ct., aged 62 years. American of May 21, 1811.
  • Rev. Isaac, at Ward, Mass., aged 60 years, April 10, 1814.
  • John Warren, of North Kingstown, at St. Pierre, W.I., on board Schooner William Sheldon, aged 21 years, Feb. 7, 1817.
  • Francis, only son of Rev. Luther, at Medway, Mass., aged 3 years. American of Aug. 1, 1817.
  • Mrs. Anna, at Providence, in 66th year, Jan. 21, 1818.
  • Ezra, at Little Compton, aged 21 years, member Sophomore class, Brown University. American of Oct. 23, 1818.
  • Lemuel, at Newport, in 14th year. American of Sept. 17, 1819.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin. Esq., formerly of Newport, at New York. American of Dec. 28, 1819.
  • Ephraim, at Little Compton, in 76th year. American of Feb. 1, 1820.
  • Ruth, at Little Compton, aged 50 years, Dec. 12, 1821.
  • Susan Pabodie, infant daughter of Pabodie, in 3rd year, March 26, 1823.
  • Mary, eldest daughter of John, at Newport, in her 19th year. Oct. 28, 1823.
  • Isaac, Esq., formerly an attorney at law, at Providence, in Pennsylvania; was a graduate of Brown University; 1810. American of March 2, 1824.
  • Adonijah, lately convicted of murder in Windham Co., Ct., committed suicide in his cell. He was to be executed the 8th of next June, May 25, 1825.
  • Samuel, aged 50, at Newport, June 17, 1825.
  • Capt. Eli, at Wickford, in 70th year. American of Oct. 7, 1825.
  • James Cahoone, son of late Paul, at Newport, aged 21 years, Feb. 28, 1826.
  • General --- -----, Postmaster of New York for 20 years, born at Fishkill, N.Y., 1758. American of Sept. 12, 1828.
  • William, at Middletown, aged 62 years, member of General Assembly, April 4, 1830.
  • Israel, of Hebron, at Minot, soldier of the Revolution. American of June 15, 1830.
  • Capt. James A., of Providence, at sea, aged 33 years, on his passage from St. Jago to Havana. Dec. 6, 1831.
  • Benjamin, Esq., a native of Newport, at New York, aged 72 years, March 13, 1832.
  • Dolly, aged 27; had been very sick when her clothes caught fire and so burnt her that she died from the effects after an illness of 20 days, at Chatham, Mass., May 12, 1832.
  • John Crocker, youngest son of Pabodie, in 5th year, May 29, 1832.
  • ---- ---, widow of Moses, and her son, drowned in the wreck of Ship Rob Roy, near Boone Island. American of July 3, 1832.
  • ---- ---, widow, aged 100 years, 11 months, at Salem, N.H. A son of 80 years attended the funeral. American of Nov. 27, 1832.
BAILLIE
  • Dr.---- ----, a justly celebrated character, in England. American of Nov. 20, 1823.
BAINBRIDGE
  • Charlotte, wife of Capt. Joseph, U.S. Navy, at New York, aged 27 years. American of Aug. 22, 1817.
  • Capt. Joseph, U.S. Navy, at New York. American of Nov. 23, 1824.
BAIRD
  • Michael, of Pennsylvania, a miser; he left $230,000 in silver and gold. American of July 2, 1816.
  • Daniel, at Worcester, aged 77 years. American of Jan. 7, 1820.
  • Abraham G., Baptist minister and agent of Bible Society, at New York. American of Sept. 25, 1829.
BAKER
  • Sarah, widow of Capt. William, at Newport. American of Oct. 8, 1811.
  • Charles, from overexertion, at Nashville, Tenn., July 1, 1814.
  • John, of New Jersey, at Lyme, Ct.; was found in the road very sick and unable to proceed. American of Aug. 15, 1815.
  • Mary A., wife of Elisha, and daughter of Joseph Hines, at Coventry, aged 26 years, June 12, 1816.
  • Alexander, mate of Brig Radius, at Matanzas, Aug. 8, 1818.
  • Lewis W , son of Capt. Lewis, of Duxbury, aged about 20 years, on board the Brig Fame, in the Straits of Sundu, Aug. ----, 1819.
  • Nathaniel, at Rehoboth, in 38th year; leaves wife and 4 children; (Masonic honors), Oct. 28, 1819.
  • Henry, seaman, perished in the wreck of the Sch. Quaker, March 6, 1820.
  • Dinah, widow of Thomas, at Cranston, in 78th year. American of Oct. 8, 1820.
  • Dr. Ebenezer, at Brooklyn, Ct., aged 37 years, Dec. 11, 1820.
  • Lucinda M., daughter of William, in 19th year, March 10, 1821.
  • George Tew, son of late Capt. Thomas, of Warren, at Havana, from on board Ship Columbia, of Bristol, aged about 19 years. American of June 12, 1821.
  • Benjamin, at Newport, aged 87 years. American of Jan 11, 1822.
  • Samuel Barton, son of Joseph, aged 4 months, 11 days, Aug. 10, 1822.
  • Ebenezer, at Tiverton, aged 26 years. American of Jan. 17, 1823.
  • Abiel, at Cumberland, aged 63 years, July 30, 1823.
  • Samuel, from Cape Cod, at Providence, Sept. 25, 1824.
  • Mindwell D., wife of Burton, of Scituate, and daughter of John McNeil, of Ashford, Mass., at Providence, aged 27 years, Nov. 5, 1824.
  • Francis, editor of the Natchez Mississippian, murdered in Kentucky, while on his journey to New Jersey, his native State, to be married. American of Dec 17, 1824.
  • Joshua Prince, son of Col. Joshua, at Woolwich, Me., aged 5 years; he with an older sister had procured the root of Indian turnip supposing it to be Life of Man root; he died in about two hours after eating it. American of Dec. 17, 1824.
  • Frances, murdered by --- Desha, son of Governor Desha, of Kentucky; the trials of the murderer is one of the Great Criminals of the Age. American of Jan. 14, 1825.
  • Mrs. Lillis, widow of Jesse, in 81st year, at Warren. American of Aug. 26, 1825.
  • Diana, wife of Morris, at Pawtuxet, aged 37 years, Jan. 26, 1826.
  • Martha, wife of Abraham, Esq., at Glocester, in 60th year, May 16, 1826.
  • William Tiffany, son of Joseph, at Warwick, aged 2 years, 4 months, June 23, 1826.
  • Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Seth, aged 18 months, 14 days, Aug. 2, 1826.
  • John, merchant, of Newport, at St. Mary's Ga., in 51st year, Nov. 7, 1826.
  • Daniel, at Warwick, in 79th year, Dec. 30, 1826.
  • Fenner Wilkinson, infant son of Seth, aged 9 months, June 20, 1827.
  • William, aged 73 years, Nov. 12, 1827.
  • Caleb, in 67th year, Feb. 14, 1828.
  • Narcissa, daughter of Ward, at Northbridge, Mass., aged 28 years, Aug. 15, 1828.
  • Caroline M., adopted daughter of Ward, at Northbridge. Mass., aged 13 years, Aug. 25, 1828.
  • Maria, infant daughter of Sterry, aged 14 months, Nov. 5, 1828.
  • Elisha, at Warwick, in 66th year, March 28, 1829.
  • James L., in 21st year, Sept. 2, 1829.
  • Pamelia Andrews, at Pawtucket, in 21st year, daughter of Joseph, Dec. 10, 1829.
  • Benjamin, at Fisherfield, aged 34 years. American of May 28, 1830.
  • Thomas, at Salem, aged 42 years. American of June 18, 1830.
  • John, at Westfield, aged 40 years. American of Aug. 3, 1830.
  • John, at Westfield, aged 40. American of Aug. 10, 1830.
  • George W., son of late Capt. William, in 20th year, Nov. 29, 1830.
  • William Henry, only child of Elisha W., aged 10 months, Feb. 15, 1831.
  • Samuel, formerly of Dedham, at Boston, aged 78 years. American of May 3, 1831.
  • William Bryant, at Boston, aged 22 years. American of May 3, 1831.
  • Coridan, native of Bath, Me., aged 20 years, a seaman on board brig Antelope; died at the Marine Hospital, April 16, 1832.
  • Thomas, aged 22 years, Sept. 24, 1832.
BALBRIDGE
  • Alexander, of Romulus, N.Y., his house caught fire and two of his children perished March 15, 1824.
BALCH
  • Sarah, widow of Timothy, of Newport, in 76th year, July 24, 1811.
  • Timothy, In 54th year. Oct. 29, 1822.
  • Capt. David, of Boston, master of schooner Belvedere, at Paraiba, Brazil, aged 39 years. American of Nov. 18, 1823.
  • Jane, youngest daughter of Joseph, aged 13 months, April 5, 1826.
  • James R., eldest son of John R., at Baltimore, aged 27 years, Sept. 28, 1828.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Rev. Dr. Stephen B. They had been married about three weeks, at Georgetown, D.C., Nov. 24, 1828.
  • Mary P., widow of James R., of Providence, at Petersham, Mass., Jan. 11, 1829.
  • Miss Mary, in 69th year, Jan. 5, 1831.
BALCOM
  • Taft, at North Providence, in 27th year, Dec. 18, 1814.
  • Taft, at North Prcvidence, in 27th year, (Military honors), Dec. 18, 1814.
  • David, at Seekonk, in 55th year. American of July 2, 1816.
  • Matilda, daughter of Daniel, at Attleboro, in 17th year, Oct. 14, 1822.
BALCON
  • Samuel, at Attleboro, upwards of 80 years, Jan. 20, 1810.
BALCUM
  • Col. Benjamin, at Attleboro, at an advanced age; was formerly a member of the Legislature, Aug. 19, 1831.
BALDERSTON
  • Capt J.B., of the Porthian sloop of war, aged 29 years, shot by James Smith, the master's mate, who was executed for the deed, in England. American of March 31, 1809.
BALDWIN
  • Isaac, Esq., at Pompey, N.Y., in 66th year. Was one of the few who escaped from the Wyoming Massacre, was Acting Adjutant under Col. Butler, Dec. 22, 1818.
  • Dr. William, U.S Navy, at Franklin, Mo.; was one of a Scientific Expedition to explore the Missouri River, Sept. 1, 1819.
  • Peggy, wife of John, daughter of the late Rev. Nehemiah Williams, of Brimfield, Mass., at Pawtucket, aged 42 years, Nov. 22, 1818.
  • Jabez, at Salem, Mass., aged 42 years, Nov. 8, 1819.
  • Mr. ---- ---, postmaster at Salina, N.Y., Aug. 18, 1822.
  • Nehemiah W., son of John, Esq., at Pawtucket, in 23d year, Sept. 21, 1824.
  • Thomas, D.D., aged 72 years, at Waterville, Me., pastor Second Baptist Society of Boston. Was brought to Boston for burial, died very suddenly, Aug. 29, 1825.
  • John, at Pawtucket, (Masonic honors), Oct. 16, 1826.
  • ----, from hanging from a limb of a tree, at Litchfield, Ct. American of Oct. 20, 1826.
  • William Martin, aged 43 years, wheelwright, from drinking beer made by an Indian herb doctor, at New York, April 26, 1832.
BALFOUR
  • Dr. George, formerly of U.S. Army, at Louisville, Ky. American of Oct. 3, 1823.
BALCKOM
  • Everett, Esq., attorney at law, eldest son of Jacob, Esq.; he graduated at Brown, 1817, at Attleboro, aged 27 years, Dec. 19, 1823.
BALKCOM
  • Abigail, wife of Francis B., and only daughter of Samuel Newell, Jr., of Attleboro, at Pawtucket, aged 22 years, Feb. 18, 1827.
  • Abigail, wife of Caleb, at Seekonk, in 46th year, May 12, 1827.
  • Phebe, widow of Aaron, of Uxbridge, Mass., at Providence, in 67th year, June 8, 1827.
BALL
  • Ebenezer, executed at Castine, Me., for murder of John Tielston Downes, last January, Oct. 31, 1811.
  • William, Jr., adjutant of the 4th Regiment of Militia of Virginia, from a wound given by a sentinel, at Norfolk. Va., May 24, 1813.
  • Anstress S., wife of William, and daughter of the late William C. Hutton, at Seekonk, in 27th year. American of May 31, 1816.
  • Lieut. Col. James U., U.S. Army, at New Orleans. American of April 14, 1818.
  • Charles, in New York, aged 15 years; was drowned while making an experiment with a life preserving bed, in the East River. American of Aug. 5, 1823.
  • Hon. William Lee, member of House of Representatives at Washington, from Virginia, Feb. 29, 1824.
  • ----, killed by his son Charles, at Bridgeport, Vt., June 23, 1824.
  • Lydia, at Bristol, aged 64 years. American of Oct. 24, 1826
BALLS
  • Miss ----, in England, aged 60 years; she was a great lover of goats and at her death had no less than 25 living in the house with her in common. American of Feb. 27, 1824.
BALLARD
  • Lieut. ---- ----, killed on board the Chesapeake, in action with the Shannon, May 25, 1813.
  • Davis C., senior partner and joint editor of Patriot and Chronicle, at Boston. American of Dec. 5, 1820.
BALLOU
  • Amey, wife of Dr. Peter, at Smithfield, in 35th year, leaves 6 children, Jan. 11, 1815.
  • Moses, at Smithfield, in 73d year, Sept. 30, 1820.
  • Louisa, wife of Welcome, and daughter of Welcome Jilison, of Cumberland, at New Marlboro, N H., in 19th year, Oct. 24, 1820.
  • Capt. Otis, formerly of Cumberland, at Smithfield. American of Oct. 19, 1821.
  • Ruth Ann, daughter of Capt. Jonathan, at Cumberland, Oct. 19, 1821.
  • Abigail, wife of Oliver, at Woonsocket, in 55th year, Dec. 12, 1821.
  • William Henry Sayles, son of Dr. Asa W., at Smithfield, aged 10 months, April 5, 1822.
  • Eben Leland, son of William, in 4th year, June 30, 1822.
  • James, at Cumberland, in 36th year, Nov. 18, 1823.
  • Dr. Peter, at Smithfield, aged 58 years, Sept. 21, 1826.
  • Frances, daughter of Eliel, at Cumberland, in 18th year, drowned in trying to rescue a companion. American of July 24, 1827.
  • Henry Clay, son of Preston, at Cumberland, aged 14 months, 22 days, March 12, 1832.
BANCROFT
  • Capt. Henry, son of Rev. Dr. ---- ---., at Worcester, Mass., aged 30 years. American of Nov. 4, 1817.
  • Col. Ebenezer, at Tyngsboro, in 90th year, an officer in the Revolution, Sept. 22, 1827.
  • Lieut. William, at Groton, Ct., aged about 72 years, a soldier of the Revolution, very suddenly. American of June 1, 1832.
BANKHEAD
  • Mrs. Ann Carey, the eldest granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson, Esq., at Carlton, near Montecello, Va., Feb. 16, 1826.
BANKS
  • Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph, president of Royal Society, Fellow Society of Antiquarians, of the Privy Council and Knight Grand Cross of the Bath, of London, June 10, 1820.
BANKSON
  • Col. John, at Baltimore. He served the entire period of the Revolutionary War. American of June 17, 1814.
BANGS
  • Hon. Edward, at Worcester, aged 62 years, one of County Judges, June 28, 1818.
  • Anna Lynde, daughter of the late Judge ----, at Worcester, aged 22 years. American of Feb. 21, 1823.
BANNING
  • Col. Henry, aged 84 years, at Easton, Penn., a soldier of the Revolution. American of Oct. 2, 1818.
BANNISTER
  • Nathan, at Boylston, Mass., aged 79 years. American of Sept. 6, 1825.
  • Major Thomas, formerly of Newport, at Alabama, aged 78 years. American of Feb. 24, 1826.
  • Christian, widow of John, at Newport, aged 83 years. For more than 40 years he was the ferryman between Newport and Conanicut ferries. American of Dec. 21, 1830.
BAPTICE
  • John, of Baltimore, perished at sea. American of May 24, 1816.
BARBAULD
  • Mrs. ---- ----, the authoress, sister to Dr. Aiken, in England. American of April 29, 1825.
BARBER
  • Dr. Norman, in Vermont, killed in a squirrel hunt. American of Dec. 15, 1815.
  • Elizabeth, of Society of Friends, at Newport, in 81st year. American of Nov. 16, 1819.
  • Miss Phebe, of Society of Friends, at Portsmouth, in 59th year, daughter of the late John, of North Kingstown. American of Jan. 14, 1820.
  • B. Johnson, son of James, in Virginia, in 18th year, July 4, 1820.
  • Hannah, wife of Ebenezer, at Worcester, aged 36 years. American of Feb. 21, 1823.
BARBOUR
  • Col. Thomas. at Barbourville, Va., in 90th year, father of the present Secretary of War, was an ardent Whig in the Revotion, and with exception of Mr. Jefferson, the last survivor of the House of Burgesses, at Virginia, which in 1769 made the first protest against the Stamp Act, May 16, 1825.
  • Mary, aged 76 years, mother of present Secretary of War, who has now lost within a year father, mother and two sisters, at Barbourville, Va., July 31, 1826.
BARBER
  • Alice, wife of Lillibridge, of Norwich, Ct., at Exeter, R.I., in 73d year, Jan. 13, 1828.
  • Charles Henry, son of Ichabod, at Wickford, aged 2 years, Oct. 24, 1828.
  • Charles Henry, infant son of Ichabod, at Wickford, aged 2 years, Oct. 31, 1828.
  • William, son of Benjamin, at Washington, R.I., aged 9 months, Aug. 27, 1832.
BARCLAY
  • Col. Thomas, late British Consul to these states, at New York. American of April 30, 1830.
BARD
  • Rev. David, M. C , from Penn., at Alexandria, Penn. American of March 31, 1815.
  • Dr. Samuel, at Hyde Park, Dutchess Co., N.Y., aged 79 years; president board of physicians and surgeons; the day before his wife, aged 75 years, May 24, 1821.
BARDAIN
  • Timothy, of Bowdoinham, Me., at Providence, aged 26 years, July 27, 1819.
  • ----, master mate of the Independence, perished in the wreck of the schooner Quaker, March 6, 1820.
BARDEN
  • Lieut. Jonathan, at Sutton, Mass., aged 56 years; he fell and in such a position that he could not rise; had been thus over 40 hours before being rescued. American of June 3, 1817.
  • Charles Richmond, son of David, aged 3 years, 5 months, Nov. 30, 1827.
  • ----, executed at New Orleans, for murder of ---- Barden, March 13, 1831.
BARDINE
  • Comfort, in this town, aged 73 years, June 21, 1811.
  • Chloe, widow of Comfort, at Providence, in 78th year, Jan. 7, 1820.
  • Timothy, in 27th year. American of July 20, 1821.
BARKER
  • George Tew, son of Capt. Richard, of Newport, at Havana, aged 18 years, July 7, 1809.
  • William, eldest son of Rev. Joseph, of Middleboro, Mass , a student in the Divinity College, at Andover; graduate of Brown 1808, Nov. 29, 1809.
  • Joshua, at Tiverton, in 83d year. American of March 27, 1810.
  • Charles, at Newport Asylum, aged 53 years, Dec. 31, 1814.
  • Matthew, at Newport, in 78th year, Aug. 8, 1815.
  • Matthew, at Newport, aged 78 years. American of Aug. 22, 1815.
  • Hannah, wife of Jacob, Esq., at Philadelphia, in 54th year. American of Oct. 10, 1817.
  • Benjamin, at Newport, in 77th year. American of Nov. 14, 1817.
  • Joseph, at Tiverton, aged 64 years; Society of Friends American of April 21, 1818.
  • Maj. Gen. John, at Philadelphia, aged 72 years; soldier of the Revolution. American of April 24, 1818.
  • Joseph P., formerly of Middletown, at Savannah, Ga., aged 29 years, Oct. 14, 1818.
  • Jeremiah B., of Providence, at sea, from brig. Juno. American of Oct. 23, 1818.
  • Polly, wife of Capt. Stephen, at Newport, aged 40 years. American of Dec. 18, 1818.
  • David, at Middletown, in 71st year. American of Sept. 17, 1819.
  • Charles, formerly of Newport, at South Kingstown, in 68th year. American of Oct. 1, 1819.
  • Sally, daughter of Daniel, at Newport, in 9th year. American of Oct. 1, 1819.
  • Capt. Richard, at Newport, in 57th year, March 24, 1820.
  • Abraham, Esq., at Philadelphia, formerly of New York. American of Aug. 25, 1820.
  • Mrs. Esther, of Rhode Island, at Savannah. American of Sept. 29, 1820.
  • Nathaniel, at Middletown, in 39th year, April 23, 1821.
  • Ruth, wife of Hiram, in 28th year, Dec. 7, 1821.
  • James Searle, infant son of Hiram, Jan. 16, 1822.
  • Daniel W., of Newport, at Portsmouth, aged 48 years. American of Jan. 29, 1822.
  • Emily, daughter of Gideon, aged 6 months, 13 days, March 6, 1822.
  • Sherman, at Newport, in 37th year, Oct. 24, 1822.
  • Sherman, at Newport, in 27th year, Oct. 24, 1822.
  • Joshua, Jr., at Newport, suddenly, aged 50 years, Dec. 28, 1822.
  • Joshua, Jr., at Newport, aged 50 years. American of Jan. 7, 1823.
  • Joshua, formerly of Middletown, at Newport, aged 84 years, July 15, 1823.
  • William Frederick, son of Major Cyrus, aged 1 year, 9 months, Sept. 2, 1823.
  • William C., at New York, merchant. American of Feb. 6, 1824.
  • Eliza, wife of Noah, Jr., daughter of William Mills, at Newport, aged 27 years. American of July 1, 1825.
  • Benjamin, son of Jonathan, at Newport, aged 15 months. American of Aug. 5, 1825.
  • Sarah, widow of Benjamin, at Newport, aged 79 years. American of Aug. 23, 1825.
  • Stephen, Esq., at Dartmouth, in 67th year. American of Nov. 22, 1825.
  • Phebe Ann, daughter of Simeon, aged 3 months, Dec. 26, 1825.
  • Eliza Ann, daughter of Abraham, at Newport, aged 19 years, April 4, 1826.
  • Ann, daughter of Capt. James, at Newport, in 6th year, July 10, 1826.
  • Ann Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. James, at Newport, aged 6 years, July 13, 1826.
  • Elizabeth, daughter of Simeon, aged 3 years, 9 months, Aug. 26, 1826.
  • Noah, at Newport, aged 71 years, Sept. 5, 1826.
  • Peggy (colored), at Tiverton, aged 87 years. American of May 22, 1827.
  • Elisha, Esq , at Middletown, in 83d year, May 30, 1827.
  • Phebe, wife of Col. William C., and third daughter of Isaac Peck, in 30th year, July 1, 1827.
  • Eliza, wife of Samuel, Jr., daughter of late Thomas Stevens, at Newport, Jan. 23, 1828.
  • Abraham, at Tiverton, aged 24 years, Feb. 4, 1828.
  • Deborah, wife of Jonathan, at Newport, aged 51 years, July 26, 1828.
  • Hannah, widow of Capt. Joseph, at Newport, aged 63 years, July 26, 1828.
  • Maria Elvira, daughter of Hiram, aged 8 months, Aug. 8, 1828.
  • Thomas, at Tiverton, aged about 63 years, of Society of Friends, suddenly, Dec. 20, 1828.
  • Margaret, widow of Joseph, at Tiverton, in 66th year, April 11, 1829.
  • Sally, at Nantucket, aged 79 years. American of Sept. 10, 1829.
  • Gideon, of Providence; was hit by a chaise while returning from the fair, Oct. 14, 1829.
  • Mary Jane, only daughter of late Dr. Thomas C., at Cincinnati, O., suddenly, Feb. 23, 1831.
  • Benjamin, son of George, of Bristol, lost at sea from brig Remittance on passage from Bristol to New Orleans, aged about 20 years. American of March 29, 1831.
  • Mrs. Mary, widow of Nathaniel, at Middletown, aged 49 years, April 16, 1831.
  • Sarah, wife of Hon. Isaac, at Middletown, aged 76 years, Oct. 29, 1832.
BARLOW
  • Capt. Moses, of Newport, at Havana, Nov. 29, 1810.
  • Ruth, widow of Joel, late U.S. minister to France (she was a native of Connecticut), at Kaloruma, aged 62 years, May 30, 1818.
  • Capt. Thomas, of Newport, at New York, Oct. 30, 1820.
  • Calvin, of Newport, aged 44 years, drowned off Seaconnet Point, May 7, 1823.
BARNARD
  • Rev. Thomas, D. D,, at Salem, Mass., Oct. 1, 1814.
  • G. E. A. C., late keeper of the Boston Commercial News Room, at Cambridge, Aug. 16, 1825.
  • Mrs. Hannah, at Hudson, N.Y., aged 71; Friend minister, Nov. 27, 1825.
  • Mrs. Sarah W., wife of Hon. D. D., M. C. from New York, daughter of late Henry Gilbert Livingston, Esq., of New York, at Washington City, March 2, 1829.
BARNABY
  • Mrs. Abigail, at Dighton, aged 81 years, March 14, 1828.
BARNES
  • David, D.D., at Scituate, Mass., in 81 year, April 26, 1811. (Obituary in number for May 21)
  • Rev. David, D.D., at Scituate, Mass. American of May 7, 1811.
  • Hon. David Leonard, Judge of U.S. District Court of R.I. He was a native of Scituate, Mass., a son of Rev. David, D.D. After his graduation at Harvard he came to Taunton and commenced the practice of the law, but soon after removed to Providence where he continued until his death in his 52nd year, Nov. 3, 1812.
  • Frances, second daughter of the late Judge, in this town, aged 21 years, Aug. 18, 1813.
  • Major Daniel, at Chelsea, Vt., aged 77 years, an officer in the Revolution; commanded a company of Minute Men from Marlboro, Mass., at Lexington in 1775. American of Nov. 23, 1813.
  • Samuel, at Barrington. American of May 14, 1816.
  • Major Thomas, at the almshouse, Salem, also his wife. It is said meeting the Major here first suggested to President Munroe pensioning of the old soldiers of the Revolution. American of April 6, 1821.
  • Daniel, at Attleboro, in 65th year; pensioner of the Revolution. American of Feb. 5, 1822.
  • Jonathan, at Smithfield, aged 34 years, July 14, 1822.
  • David Leonard, son of George L., Esq., at Smithfield, aged 11 months, Aug. 14, 1823.
  • Col. Levi, at Smithfield, in 73d year, June 8, 1824.
  • Rev. Daniel H., thrown from a stage near Nassau, N.Y., and killed, Oct. 27, 1828.
BARNS
  • John, at Liverpool, Eng., formerly of Paisley, Scot.; was the inventor of the mode of drying soft muslin goods by means of tin rollers filled with steam. American of March 17, 1829.
BARNES
  • Abraham, fireman, killed by the explosion of the boiler of the steamer S. B. Kenawha, on the Ohio at the mouth of the Gunandotte, June 24, 1829.
  • Jonas, aged 45, found dead near the road in Reading, Vt., a jug of brandy was at his side. American of June 30, 1829.
  • Mrs. Anne, at Cranston, aged 51 years, Dec. 13, 1829.
  • Maria Sherman, wife of George L., at Smithfield, in 28th year, Feb. 16, 1830.
  • Mrs. Betsey T., at Plymouth, aged 33 years. American of May 21, 1830.
  • ----, wife of J. P., at South Natick, Mass., burnt to death, her clothes taking fire, Dec. 5, 1831.
  • George, son of George I. Esq., at Cumberland, Dec. 17, 1832.
BARNETT
  • Dr. ----, Bishop of Cloyne, in Ireland. American of March 31, 1820.
  • James R., Esq., merchant, at Norfolk, Va. American of Sept. 11, 1821.
  • Elizabeth, wife of James, aged 57 years, Aug. 3, 1822.
BARNEY
  • Nathaniel, at Albany, N.Y., formerly of Newport, in 80th year, May 6, 1809.
  • Hannah, wife of Alexander, at Cumberland, aged 38 years, Aug. 12, 1812.
  • John, aged 67 years, Dec. 13, 1814.
  • Gideon, at Newport, in 90th year. American of July 28, 1818.
  • Corn. Joshua, at Pittsburg, Penn. He was born at Baltimore, July 6, 1759, served in the Revolution and the War of 1812. He was severely wounded at Bladensburg, from which he never recovered, about Dec. 1, 1818.
  • George W., son of Cromwell, at Providence, in 19th year. American of Jan. 22, 1819.
  • Rachel, widow of Daniel, at Swanzey, in 80th year, March 12, 1819.
  • Fanny, wife of Martin, at Seekonk. American of Jan. 21, 1820.
  • Fanny, wife of Martin, at Seekonk, in 30th year. American of Feb. 1, 1820.
  • Oliver C., aged 34 years, Sept. 10, 1820.
  • Dorcas, wife of Ebenezer, Esq., at Warwick, aged about 45 years, Sept. 18, 1820.
  • Barbara, wife of Israel, in 47th year, Jan. 12, 1821.
  • Capt. John, of Wickford, at New Orleans. American of Feb. 23, 1821.
  • Rachel, wife of Christopher, at Rehoboth, in 64th year, March 20, 1821.
  • Capt. Jacob, at Taunton, aged 78 years, Aug. 29, 1821.
  • Capt. Joseph, at Taunton, aged 90 years, Oct. 4, 1821.
  • Mary Elizabeth, daughter of late O. C., in 3d.year, Nov. 21, 1821.
  • Mercy, widow of Capt. Jacob, at Taunton, aged 70 years, Dec. 7, 1821.
  • Mercy, widow of Capt. Jacob, at Taunton, aged 70 years. American of Dec. 25, 1821.
  • Lyman, at Tiverton, aged 29 years, Jan. 3, 1822.
  • Cromwell, aged 54 years. Masonic honors, Feb. 14, 1824.
  • Riley D., infant son of Lyman, Sept. 9, 1824.
  • Mrs. Jemima, at Taunton, aged 82 years. American of June 24, 1825.
  • Patience M., daughter of Comfort, at Warren. in 23d year. American of Sept. 2, 1825.
  • Joseph, an ingenious mechanic, at Swanzey, aged 66 years, suddenly, Nov. 12, 1825.
  • Jonathan, at Taunton, aged 75 years, Sept. 10, 1826.
  • Hannah, widow of late Capt. Joseph, aged 75 years, at Taunton, Sept. 30, 1828.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Capt. Jabez, at Newport, aged 76 years. American of Nov. 4, 1828.
  • Benjamin, at Rehoboth, aged 87 years, April 4, 1829.
  • Martin, at Seekonk, aged 49 years, May 12, 1829.
  • Reuben, of Nantucket, seaman, lost overboard at sea from Ship Constitution, of Nantucket during his late voyage. American of Oct. 26, 1830.
BARNUM
  • Mrs. Mary, formerly of Danbury, Ct., at New York, in 79th year. American of Dec. 3, 1830.
  • ----,---- ----, killed by his son who was 17 years, his father had taken his wages, at Danbury, Ct. American of March 13, 1832.
BARR
  • Rev. J. W., a missionary, at Richmond, Va. American of Nov. 9, 1832.
BARRELL
  • James, at Scituate, Mass., aged 100 years, soldier of the Revolution; was at West Point in a company with 2 sons when Andre was captured. American of April 27, 1827.
BARRETT
  • Hannah, widow of Deacon Samuel, of Boston, in this town, aged 78 years, Jan. 18, 1814.
  • Andrew, seaman, perished in the wreck of the Schooner Quaker, March 6, 1820.
  • Mr. --- ----, killed by lightning with four others in Barnwell District, S.C., May 1, 1821.
  • Capt. John, at Bristol, Aug. 9, 1823.
  • Mary Elizabeth, infant daughter of Jeremiah S., of New Orleans, Aug. 21, 1823.
  • Nathaniel, Esq., at York, Me., aged 98 years; was a native of Boston; was near Gen. Wolfe when he fell at Quebec; was raised from ensign to captain; appointed by George III member of Council for New Hampshire. American of April 29, 1831.
BARRIE
  • Etienne, near New Orleans. The first person that succeeded in raising sugarcane on the Mississippi. American of March 7, 1820.
BARRINGTON
  • James, at Lexington, aged 32 years, late of U.S. Army; had received a severe wound at the battle of Brownstown which terminated in a paralytic stroke; was found speechless in a field. American of June 18, 1830.
BARRON
  • Com. Samuel, U.S. Navy, at Norfolk, Va., suddenly. His obituary gives him a splendid record, Oct. 28, 1810.
  • Com. James, killed in a duel with Com. Decatur, near Norfolk, Va. American of March 31, 1820.
  • Com. James, before reported killed by Com. Decatur, is premature. American of April 28, 1820.
BARROW
  • --- ----, of New York, died at sea on passage home. American of June 7, 1825.
  • Isaac Barlow, son of Capt. Solomon N., at Newport, aged 16 years, Sept. 4, 1829.
  • Capt. Eleazer, at Winchester, Va., suicide, in jail for debt, April 30, 1832.
BARROWS
  • Lucy, wife of Comfort, at Attleboro, in 38th year, leaves three children, Dec. 21, 1815.
  • Simeon, at Attleboro, in 65th year, Jan. 14, 1816.
  • Ezra, son of Ezra, at Attleboro, in 7th year, Jan. 18, 1816.
  • John, father of Dr. Thomas M., of this town. He was born at Attleboro, educated at Cambridge, and for years was a preceptor, at Wellington, Mass., aged 81 years. American of July 30, 1816.
  • Tilson, at Carver, Mass. His house burned and two children, a girl of 10 and a boy of 8 years, perished, May 26, 1816.
  • Ezra, at Attleboro, in 50th year, Aug. 12, 1817.
  • Sarah, wife of Dr. Thomas M., Jan. 26, 1818.
  • Capt. Samuel I., late captain of steamboat Alabama, at Mobile. American of Jan. 15, 1819.
  • Esther Dunwell, infant daughter of Comfort, at Attleboro, Feb. 23, 1824.
  • Leonard Herbert, son of Leonard, at Pawtucket, aged about 8 months, Oct. 29, 1826.
  • Sarah Perry, daughter of Col. R. P., at Rehoboth, aged 3 months, April 23, 1831.
  • Dr. Thomas M., aged 59 years, Nov. 26, 1832.
BARRUS
  • Rossabella, infant daughter of Capt. Daniel B., at Warren, Feb. 21, 1826.
  • Mary Ann, daughter of Capt Daniel B., at Warren, aged 1 year, 8 months, March 3, 1826.
  • Paul, President of the Farmer's Executive Directory, of France, and patron of Napoleon, at Paris, France, aged 72 years. American of April 17, 1829.
  • John Throop Child, son of Daniel, at Warren, in 23d year, Aug. 20, 1831.
BARRY
  • John, at Lexington, Ky., aged 84 years, served in the Revolution, July 1, 1826.
  • Leonard, at Washington City, aged 14 months, youngest child of the Postmaster General, June 26, 1829.
BARSTOW
  • Joseph, of Duxbury, Mass. had arrived here the day before from Baltimore, April 22, 1813.
  • Sylvena, wife of Caleb, of this town, at Rochester, Mass. American of June 4, 1816.
  • Sophia, wife of Nathaniel, in this town, in 25th year, July 6, 1817.
  • Capt. Caleb, formerly of this town, at Marietta, O., in 52d year, of the fever. American of Dec. 16, 1823.
  • Russell, son of Capt. Caleb, formerly of Providence, at Marietta, O., of the fever, in 29th year. American of Dec. 16, 1823.
  • Rev. George, at Hanson, Mass., aged 51 years, Feb. 11, 1826, graduate of Brown; was settled at Pembroke in 1803, Feb. 11, 1826.
  • Isaac, formerly of Providence, at Falls of the Ohio, in 43d year, July 11, 1826.
  • Richmond, son of late Caleb, formerly of Providence, at Newport, O., in 20th year. American of Oct. 3, 1826.
  • Paris, son of Nathaniel, of Providence, drowned at sea from ship Atlas, on passage from Marseilles to Providence, Dec. 15, 1830.
  • Francis Adams, son of Billings, aged 10 months, 8 days. American of Feb. 21, 1832.
BARTHOLOMEW
  • Mr., engineer, killed at Paris, by a blow from the trunk of an elephant. American of May 3, 1816.
BARTLEMAN
  • James, a musican and vocalist, at London, April 15, 1821.
BARTLETT
  • Col. John C., Quartermaster 8th Militia District, at New Orleans. American of Feb. 11, 1814.
  • Samuel L., son of the late Isaac, of Charleston, S.C., at Hudson, N.Y., aged 23 years. American of Sept. 16, 1814.
  • Ensign John H., at Sutton, Mass., aged 38 years. While removing a bag of meal from the wagon he fell and the wheel passed over his head, May 5, 1817.
  • Moses, infant son of Moses H., in this town, Sept. 4, 1817.
  • Gorham, M.D., son of Hon. J. ---- ----, at Charlestown, Mass., aged 24 years. American of June 16, 1818.
  • Mrs. Nancy, wife of Smith, and daughter of the late John Russell, of Providence, at Kingston, N.C., aged 36 years. American of Feb. 26, 1819.
  • Hon. Josiah, at Charlestown, Mass., aged 60 years, suddenly. American of March 7, 1820.
  • Mrs. Waite, wife of Otis, at Smithfield, in 42d year. American of April 8, 1825.
  • John, Esq., at Warner, N.H., aged 70 years, many years Representative from that town, and 33 years a Justice of the Peace; was born in Amsbury, Mass. American of Feb. 24, 1829.
  • Hon. Bailey, at Haverhill, aged 80 years. Had been sheriff of Essex Co. 41 years, Sept. 10, 1830.
  • William, at Shirley, aged 80 years, soldier of the Revolution. American of Feb. 18, 1831.
  • Mrs. Abigail, aged 30 years, at Hawley. American of March 1, 1831.
  • Adeha, daughter of Otis, at Smithfield, aged 23 years, Sept. 26, 1831.
BARTLEY
  • Jane, a servant in the family of Mr. Wynkoop; shot, accidentally, by his son who was playing with a gun; in Pennsylvania. American of Oct. 5, 1824.
BARTOLO
  • Joseph, executed at Jefferson, Camden Co., Ga., for the murder of Mr. Bessent. American of Dec. 12, 1815.
BARTOLOZZA
  • the Engraver. He was born in Florence in 1723, died at Lisbon. American of June 23, 1815.
BARTON
  • William, Esq., at Warren, aged 64 years, suddenly, Aug. 15, 1809.
  • Ann, wife of John, Jr., in this town, in 24th year, May 25, 1811.
  • James, of Warren, at the Havana, Aug. 1, 1811.
  • Henry, son of Gen. William, of Providence, at Savannah, Ga., in 35th year, Nov. 11, 1814.
  • Dr. B. S., of Philadelphia, at New York. American of Dec. 5, 1815.
  • Dr. Benjamin Smith, at Philadelphia, aged 49 years, professor in the University, Dec. 21, 1815.
  • William, Esq., at Enfield, Ct., in 46th year, son of Gen. William, of this town, suddenly, Jan. 16, 1818.
  • Capt. Rufus, in 58th year. Feb. 9, 1821.
  • Mary Ann, second daughter of late Capt. Rufus, in 16th year, April 15, 1821.
  • Polly, wife of John, at Warwick, aged 47 years; in a fit of insanity drowned herself in the well. American of Aug. 3, 1821.
  • Charlotte Abby, daughter of David, at Providence, in 6th year, Nov. 28, 1821.
  • Joshua, District Attorney of Missouri, killed in a duel with Thomas C. Rector, at St. Louis, Mo., June 30, 1823.
  • Lois, widow of Capt. Benjamin, at Warren, in 92nd year, Oct. 28, 1823.
  • Capt. Joseph, at Warren, aged 65 years, suddenly, Nov. 9, 1823.
  • Robert Carver, son of Gen. William, near Marietta, O., aged 42 years; was a lieutenant of infantry in U.S. Army during the late war; was in the battle between the Indians and Col. Boyd. His Captain [Baen] was killed at the onset of the fight. He resigned after the war and settled in Ohio; was married; leaves wife and 5 children, Sept. ----, 1824.
  • Sally, wife of Elder William, of Somerset, at Taunton, aged 49 years. American of Nov. 5, 1824.
  • Capt. Joseph, of Portland, formerly of Rhode Island, aged 35 years, at Cape Messaurado, after a short illness, Jan. 17, 1825.
  • David J. C., son of David, aged 10 years, 10 months, Jan. 19, 1825.
  • William, at Taunton, aged 79 years, drowned, July 3, 1826.
  • Thomas W., in 24th year, Aug. 1, 1826.
  • Sophia Taylor, infant daughter of Henry, aged 13 months, June 9, 1828.
  • Thomas, at Warren, suddenly, aged 45 years, Aug. 6, 1828.
  • Caroline, infant daughter of Capt. Samuel, at Warren, aged 18 months. American of Aug. 8, 1828.
  • Miss Lydia E., daughter of John, Oct. 21, 1828.
  • Amanda, daughter of late James, at Warren, in 18th year. June 7, 1829.
  • Capt. Samuel H., master of Brig Charles and Ellen, of this port, at Bahai, aged 32 years, Jan. 24, 1830.
  • Gen. William, at Providence, aged 84 years, the capturer of Prescott, Oct. 22, 1831.
  • Gen. William, the capturer of Prescott, aged 83 or 84 years, both being given, Oct. 22, 1831.
  • Samuel B., of Providence, formerly of Warren, in 22nd year, drowned from on board Brig Laurel, in Savannah harbor, Dec. 15, 1831.
  • David, son of John, Jr., aged 8 years, Sept. 25, 1832.
  • Sally, wife of Capt. Samuel, at Warren, in 49th year, Dec. 19, 1832.
BASEL
  • a colored man, near Prince Frederickstown, Calvert Co., Md., aged 114 years, March 20, 1830.
BASS
  • John, drowned in Newport harbor, May 5, 1812.
  • Jock, (colored) shot by Joseph Lewis, whose wife was sick with a strange complaint and Lewis was convinced Bass had cast a spell spell over her, hence to remove it he shot him, in Norfolk Co., Va., June 3, 1822.
BASSETT
  • Richard, Esq., in Delaware, formerly governor of the state and father-in-law of the late Hon. James, at Bayard. American of Sept. 8, 1815.
  • Rev. John, D.D., Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church at Bushwick, N.Y., in 59th year. American of Sept. 14, 1824.
  • Julia Ann, daughter of Massa, Esq., aged 4 years, Nov. 30, 1827.
  • Caroline Amelia, daughter of Luther, aged 2 years, 7 months, Nov. 7, 1828.
  • Hon. Benjamin, formerly of Chilmoch, Martha's Vineyard, at Cincinnati, Ohio, aged about 76 years; for a number of years Chief Justice Court of Common Pleas for Duke's Co., O., Jan. 2, 1830.
  • Stephen, at Taunton, aged 40 years. American of March 11, 1831.
  • Mary, wife of John, at Hingham, aged 50 years. American of May 10, 1831.
  • Rev. Alfred V., suicide by cutting his throat, Dedham, Mass. American of Jan. 3, 1832.
BASTIEN
  • --- ----, a child, drowned in New York harbor in a ferry boat collision, July 30, 1825.
BASTO
  • Harriet, in this town, in 28th year, Jan. 17, 1815.
BASTON
  • James M., son of Samuel, in this town, aged 23 years, May 12, 1816.
BASTOW
  • Jeremiah, at North Brookfield, aged 66 years, Jan. 10, 1829.
BATEMAN
  • ---- ----, of Clemsford, aged about 16 years, killed at West Cambridge by the wheel of a loaded wagon passing over his neck, Nov. 13, 1818.
  • Dr. Ephraim, at Washington. D.C., U.S. Senator from New Jersey, in 49th year, Jan. 29, 1829.
  • Ira, son of William, at Newport, aged 15 years. American of Oct. 16, 1832.
BATES
  • Major Jonathan, in this town, aged 64 years, July 6, 1811.
  • Mrs. Robey, at Johnston, in 73rd year, May 3, 1820.
  • George, native of North Kingstown, at Darien, Ga., aged 25 years. American of Aug. 7, 1821.
  • Capt. Meret, at Smithfield, for many years a nautical commander from this port, Aug. 11, 1821.
  • Edmund, at Weymouth, Mass., aged 26 years, member of freshman class, Brown University, March 1, 1822.
  • Eli Willard, son of late Capt. Eli, at Bellingham, aged 23 years, Oct. 6, 1822.
  • Susan S., daughter of late Capt. Merrett, at Smithfield, in 11th year, March 28, 1823.
  • Capt. Elias, at Eastport, Me., aged 52 years. He decided his body should be placed in a lead coffin bound with hoops of the same and taken to sea 3 miles SSW from Sail Rock and there at sunrise given to the deep with his face to the sun. If his two heirs did this they should have the legacy, otherwise not. American of Dec. 30, 1823.
  • Mary, aged 9 years, killed by an explosion on Steamboat Etna, May 15, 1824.
  • Robert, at Pawtucket, in 15th year, Dec. 5, 1824.
  • Col. James N., of Cranston, drowned in Providence river, near Pawtuxet, in 49th year. He was a good swimmer and supposed taken with cramp; leaves wife and 9 children, July 8, 1825.
  • James, Esq., at Thompson, Ct., aged 45 years, Aug. 7, 1825.
  • Frederick, Governor of Missouri. American of Sept. 20, 1825.
  • Mrs. ---- ----, wife of Rev. Joshua, President of Middlebury College, at Middlebury, Vt., Feb. 7, 1826.
  • Albert W., at Cumberland, aged 2 years, 5 months, April 4, 1826.
  • John, at Attleboro, in 58th year, July 23, 1829.
  • Robert, at Boston, aged 42 years. American of Sept. 15, 1829.
  • Samuel, at Scituate, aged 80 years, Revolutionary pensioner, Feb. 8, 1830.
  • Hervey, at Weymouth, aged 24 years. American of Apnl 18, 1831.
  • Fleming, late member of Virginia Convention, in Virginia, American of Dec. 23, 1831.
  • Laban, at Bellingham, Mass., in 84th year, May 7, 1832.
BATHELL
  • James, wrecked with Schooner Franklin on Lake Erie. American of Dec. 8, 1820.
BATHURST
  • Miss ----, was drowned in the Tiber, near Rome. The body has been recovered after being buried in the sand for more than six months. American of Nov. 30, 1824.
BATTELLE
  • Jonathan, at New York, one of the editors of Mobile Commercial Register, aged about 34. American of Oct. 15, 1824.
  • Henry Clay, son of Hezekiah, at Fall River, aged 2 years, March 12, 1829.
BATTEY
  • Cynthia, wife of William, Jr., and youngest daughter of Major Thomas Williams, in 22nd year, Nov. 12, 1809.
  • William, at Pawtuxet, in 93rd year, Nov. 18, 1809.
  • George, formerly of Providence, at Savannah, Ga., in 35th year, Sept. 29, 1814.
  • William Pearce, son of Col. Joseph, at Pawtuxet, aged 3 years, April 26, 1816.
  • Susan C., wife of Joseph, daughter of Peter Sprague, of Cranston, at Wickford, suddenly, in 28th year, May 25, 1821.
  • Owen Arnold, son of Benjamin A., aged 11 months, 6 days, Dec. 21, 1821.
  • Robey A., wife of Sheldon, and daughter of Major Thomas Williams, of Providence, at Louisville, Ga., aged 37 years, Aug. 16, 1822.
  • William, Jr., formerly of Providence, at sea on passage from Havana to Savannah, in 36th year, June 4, 1823.
  • John, at Jamestown, aged about 90 years, March 2, 1824.
  • Stephen Clarke, son of William, Jr., aged 11 months, 2 days, Jan. 9, 1825.
  • George Sheldon, native of Providence, for several years resident of Savannah, at Martinique, where he was for his health, in 23rd year, April 5, 1826.
  • Mrs. Huldah, wife of Benjamin A., aged 50 years, Oct. 10, 1828.
  • Miss Betsey, daughter of Benjamin A., in 32nd year, Feb. 6, 1829.
  • Edward C., formerly of Providence, at Savannah, Ga., aged 24 years, Sept. 10, 1831.
  • Mrs. Ruth, wife of Dr. Owen, and daughter of the late Solomon Owen, of Glocester, at Scituate, in 51st year, Oct. 4, 1831.
BATTLES
  • Peleg, formerly of U.S. Army, at Newport, aged 48 years. American of Jan. 2, 1826.
BAXBY
  • Eunice, wife of Richard, at Newport, aged 32 years. American of Jan. 26, 1819.
  • Abby, daughter of late Richard, of Newport, at New Bedford, aged 17 years, Dec. 29, 1822.
BAXTER
  • Dea. Robert, at Pomfret, Ct., aged 84 years; native of Rhode Island, member of Woodstock Baptist church 58 years, and 42 years a deacon, Dec. 26, 1816.
  • Mrs. Catherine, wife of James, formerly of New London, at New York, in 58th year. American of July 11, 1817.
  • Capt. Ebenezer G., at Slatersville, in 51st year, formerly of Cape Cod, a pensioner of the Revolution, Jan. 27, 1822.
  • James, laborer, at Norfolk, drowned himself while in a fit of delirium. American of Sept. 14, 1830.
BAYARD
  • Capt. Stephen, at West Chester, Penn., aged 28 years; from wounds received from a man named Vermilyea. American of July 19, 1814.
  • James A., late minister at Ghent. American of Aug. 18, 1815.
  • R---, Esq., in England, aged 82 years, supposed to have been the last surviving man who fought under Wolfe at Quebec in 1756. American of July 20, 1819.
  • William, Esq., at West Chester, in 60th year, Sept. 11, 1826.
BAYLEY.
  • Sarah Catharine, daughter of William, Esq., at Middletown, aged 18 months, July 2, 1827.
BAYLIES.
  • Anna Maria, daughter of Capt. John, at Taunton, aged 14 months, Oct. 11, 1821.
  • Bathsheba, wife of Hon. William, at Wellington, Mass., aged 76 years, April 7, 1822.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Hon. Hodijah, and daughter of late Major General Lincoln, of the Revolutionary Army, at Dighton, aged 64 years, July 17, 1823.
  • Capt. Thomas, at Taunton, in 56th year, April 12, 1826.
  • Hon. William, M.D., at Dighton; was one of the 4 survivors of the Provincial Congress of Mass., 1775; was graduate of Harvard 1760 In 1783 while State Senator was appointed by Gov. Hancock Registrar of the County for Probate and Judge of Court of Common Pleas. Besides he filled other offices and was member of learned societies, June 17, 1826.
BAYLIE.
  • ----, killed in a quarrel, at New Orleans. American of Oct. 9, 1832.
BEACH.
  • Samuel, Esq., at Canaan, Vt., wantonly shot by one Dennett, to whom he had been a friend and patron. American of Nov. 23, 1813.
  • Ruth, wife of Deacon ----, formerly of Taunton, at Hebron, Ct., in 49th year, May 13, 1823.
  • Harvey F., of Utica, at Aubnrn, N.Y.; had come here to be married. American of March 22, 1825.
BEALS.
  • George, formerly of Boston, aged 21 years, at Springfield, a suicide. After eating a hearty dinner of beefsteak, etc., he took an ounce and a half of arsenic, enough to kill 150 persons, so much acted quickly and he threw it up, a few days after he hung himself, Feb. 6, 1817.
BEALL.
  • Basel W., at Washington, D.C., aged 27 years, of the Treasury Department. American of Aug. 19, 1823.
  • Miss Frances, at Abington, aged 64 years. American of April 18, 1831.
  • Ruth, widow, at Hingham, aged 86 years. American of April 18, 1831.
BEANE
  • Judeth, at Salisbury, N.H., aged 75 years, Feb. 25, 1831.
  • Phinehas, soldier of the Revolution, at Salisbury, N.H., he and wife were buried in one grave, March 2, 1825.
BEAN
  • Anne, wife of William P., at Thompson, Ct., aged 39 years. American of Jan. 15, 1828.
  • Mrs. Patience, wife of Thomas S., at Barrington, in 50th year, Jan. 14, 1829.
BEARCE
  • Julia, daughter of Isaac, at Hyannis, aged 14 years. American of March 29, 1831.
BEARS
  • Henry, of Nantucket, seaman, lost overboard, at sea, from ship Constitution, of Nantucket, during her late voyage. American of Oct. 26, 1830.
BEARSTALL
  • Harriet, murdered by a mulatto named George, who was executed April 15, 1820, for the crime. American of May 26, 1820.
BEASELEY
  • Warren, at Raleigh, N. C., suicide in jail where he was confined for safety; leaves wife and large family. American of Aug. 20, 1830.
BEATIE
  • J---, professor of Civil and Natural History in University at Aberdeen, Scot. American of Dec. 25, 1810.
BEATTEY
  • Henry D., Esq., editor of New Orleans Iris, son of Dr. ---- Beattey, of Georgetown, D.C., at New Orleans. American of Oct. 28, 1823.
BEAUCAMP
  • Rev. William, Methodist, aged 55 years, at Paoli, Ill. American of Dec. 17, 1824.
BEAUCHAMP
  • Jeraboam O., executed at Frankfort, Ky., for murder of Col. Solomon P. Sharp, July 7, 1826.
BEAUHARNOIS
  • Eugene, Prince of Eichstadt, son-in-law of Napoleon, at Munich. American of April 23, 1824.
BEAUMONT
  • Arthur C., formerly attorney attorney at law, at New York. American of May 10, 1811.
BEAUVOIR
  • Rev. Peter, in England. His estate was 3,400,000. His living was only 300 per year. American of Nov. 22, 1822.
BEAZELEY
  • Elizabeth, wife of John, at an advanced age, Oct. 28, 1816.
BECK
  • Abraham, Esq., attorney at law and land agent, at St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 5. 1821.
  • David, killed by Col. Benjamin Alston in a quarrel, at Savannah, Sept. 10, 1826.
BECKER
  • Barent, executed at Johnston, N.Y., for murder of his wife, Oct. 6, 1815.
BECKFORD
  • Sarah Ann, infant daughter of Nehemiah, aged 9 months, Oct. 4, 1817.
  • ----, ----, a lad, at Salem, Mass., killed by lightning, June 15, 1820.
  • Nehemiah, aged 53 years, March 17, 1823.
  • Eliza Hubbard, only daughter of late Col. Nehemiah, in 6th year, Feb. 18, 1826.
  • George C., formerly of Providence, eldest son of late Col. Nehemiah, at Boston, in 27th year, Dec. 23, 1829.
  • Jonathan H., at Boston, aged 19 years. American of April 9, 1830.
BECKWITH
  • Bazaleel, at Acworth, N.H., aged 40 years. His body was stolen from the grave about 10 days after burial by medical students who have been arrested for the crime. American of Dec. 17, 1824.
  • Amey Brown, daughter of Truman, aged 8 years, June 22, 1825.
  • Isaac Brown, son of Truman, aged 8 months, Aug. 8, 1825.
BECRAFT
  • William, at Scoharie. N.Y., aged 100 years, native of Suffield, Ct., settled at Scoharie 80 years ago, where he has since lived. His eyesight was remarkably good and his
  • strength, until his 93rd year. American of Aug. 2, 1825.
BEDFORD
  • George, merchant, at New Orleans, aged 22 years, March 8, 1830.
BEDISON
  • Mrs. Jane, killed in the factory of Thomas Thornley, at the Lower Falls of the Big Beaver, Penn., March 9, 1812.
BEEBE
  • Major Ebenezer, of 6th Regiment, at Burlington. American of Sept. 30, 1814.
  • Catharine F., widow of Major ----, U.S. Army, who died at Burlington, 13th, at Greenbush, aged 25 years; they have left 3 children. American of Oct. 7, 1814.
  • Deborah, wife of Joseph, at Newport, in 62d year. American of March 7, 1820.
  • Barnabus, at Exeter, N.Y., aged 18 years; he had proposed to a young lady who declined his offer, when he retired to his room and shot himself. American of July 18, 1820.
  • Orson, formerly of East Haddon, Ct., mate of brig Janus, in 23d year, June 9, 1821.
  • Joseph, at Newport Almshouse, aged 71 years. American of Oct. 21, 1823.
  • William, at Smithfield, formerly of Newport, Feb. 12, 1824.
  • James, and his eldest son, aged 14, drowned off Cape May, June 4, 1825.
  • Jordan, at North Providence, in 56th year, Dec. 1, 1828.
BEECHER
  • Mrs. ----, wife of Rev. Lyman, at Litchfield, Ct. American of Oct. 11, 1816.
BEEDLE
  • ----, son of Joseph, at Troy, O., in climbing a tree fell between the limbs and was choked to death, June 17, 1810.
BEERS
  • William, at Newport, in 25th year, Nov. 3, 1821.
  • Dorcas, widow of Oliver, at Newport, aged 67 years. American of March 23, 1830.
BEGUEY
  • John, confectioner, at Newport, aged 28 years, native of France, Feb. 17, 1820.
BELCHER
  • Pardon T., of South Kingstown, at Providence, in 25th year, Feb. 3, 1821.
  • Ebenezer, at Foxboro, aged 52. American of Nov. 6, 1821.
  • Dea. Samuel, at Foxboro, aged 73 years. American of Nov. 6, 1821.
  • Sarah, wife of Joseph, at South Kingstown, in 61st year. American of Aug. 30, 1825.
  • Joseph Dyer, infant son of Joseph, aged 10 months, 15 days, Oct. 6, 1830.
  • Mary Elizabeth, infant daughter of William, Sept. 21, 1831.
BELEGNEY
  • Count, in Germany. executed for the murder of his father. American of July 6, 1819.
BELKNAP
  • Daniel, music teacher, suddenly, at Pawtucket, aged 44 years. (Masonic honors), sermon by Rev. Mr. Blake, Oct. 31, 1815.
  • Cyrus, at Johnston, in 30th year. American of April 13, 1819.
  • Marcy, wife of Stephen, at Johnston, in 28th year. American of Oct. 29, 1819.
  • Abraham, at Johnston, in 92d year; was many years member of General Assembly and Justice of Peace for 44 years, served in the Revolution. American of Feb. 8, 1820.
  • Abraham, at Johnston, in 55th year, March 15, 1820.
  • Patience, wife of Elisha, in 28th year, March 11, 1823.
  • William, son of Elisha, aged 4 months, March 26, 1823.
  • Elisha, formerly of Providence, at Johnston, in 33d year, July 23, 1827.
  • Sarah Hopkins, daughter of Stephen, Esq., at Johnston, aged 4 years, Feb. 8, 1829.
BELL
  • John, surgeon and author, in Rome, April 15, 1820.
  • Dr. E. H., of U.S. Army, at Natchez. American of Oct. 9, 1821.
  • Samuel, printer, at Shepherdstown, Va. American of Oct. 9, 1821.
  • Major John R., U.S. Army, aged 40 years; was a companion of Major Long in his journey over the Rocky Mountains and attached to the army under Gen. Jackson in Florida, at Henrietta, N.Y. American of May 3, 1825.
  • ---- ---, a lad, killed at Carlile Barracks, Penn., from bursting of the cannon while firing salutes, July 4, 1825.
  • Hannah, widow, at Boston, aged 45 years, March 7, 1831.
  • Dr. ---- ----, in England ; buried in Westminster Abbey. American of April 6, 1832.
  • Charles F., drowned at Guilford, N. H. American of June 22, 1832.
BELLAMY
  • Silence, wife of David, of Bethlehem, at Washington, aged 64 years. She was not able to sit up for a day in more than 25 years, July 3, 1814.
BELLAS
  • Hugh Priestley, son of H---, Esq., at Sunbury, Penn., aged 7 1/2 years. He had swallowed a buckshot weighing 52 grains which passed into his windpipe. American of Oct. 4, 1816.
BELLOWS
  • Hezekiah, in 57th year, Sept. 14, 1819.
  • Eleazer, Jr., aged about 40 years, Jan. 29, 1821.
  • Mrs. Hannah, at Worcester, Mass., aged 45 years. American of Sept. 28, 1824.
  • John, at Shrewsbury, in 82nd year, March 6, 1826.
  • Jane, wife of Dr. Eleazer, at Glocester, in 64th year, Jan. 20, 1830.
BELLUNO
  • Duke of, Marshal Victor in Belgium. American of July 18, 1815.
BELTON
  • John, at Deerfield, aged 82 years, Revolutionary pensioner. American of May 20, 1831.
BEMIS
  • Leonard, at Boston, aged 49 years. American of June 10, 1831.
BENCKLEY
  • Celinda Ann, eldest daughter of Stafford, in 29th year, April 23, 1817.
BENDIX
  • Dr. A , native of England, in this town, May 1, 1812.
BENDO
  • Hippolyto, near Perugi, aged 123 years, 11 months, 19 days; was born April 9, 1706; was a butcher in youth; married at 32 and lost his wife in 1806; married in 1807 when 101 years old; followed his trade at age of 115. In 1822 he lost the use of his limbs by a fall but his mental faculties were still strong. In eating he was frugal but drank 6 bottles of wine a day. In 1825 Pope Leo XII settled a pension on him. American of Aug. 6, 1830.
BENEDICT
  • Rev. Joel, D.D., of Plainfield, Ct., aged 72 years, pastor of the Congregational Church, Feb. 13, 1816.
BENFIELD
  • Paul, a once famous Asiatic nabob who brought from the Indies a fortune of about 1,000,000 sterling. He died in indigent circumstances, at Paris. American of July 17, 1810.
BONFILLS
  • Lucinda M. E., an infant child, at New York. American of March 30, 1824.
BENJAMIN
  • John, poisoned by a negro cook. American of Dec. 31, 1816.
  • Thomas, of Providence, in 33rd year, at Bay of St. Louis, June ----, 1821.
BENGAMAN
  • Julia Maria, wife of Adam L., Esq., and daughter of Rev. John Murray, of Boston, at Natchez, aged 31 years, July 31, 1822.
BENJAMIN
  • John E., Esq., in 43rd year, at Southington, Ct.; also his eldest son aged 10 years, and a few days preceding his second son aged 7 years, Jan. 5, 1825.
  • Col. Aaron, at Stafford, Ct., in 72nd year; served the entire time of the Revolution, Nov. 22, 1828.
BENNETT
  • Charles Captain, foretop, killed on board the Little Belt in action with the U.S. Frigate, President, May 16, 1811.
  • Eliab, at Pepperill, Mass., aged 26 years; the very day he was to have been married, May 4, 1815.
  • Bethiah, widow, at Wrentham, in 92d year. American of July 4, 1815.
  • David, native of R.I., lost overboard at sea from ship Mohawk on passage from Liverpool to New York, Aug. 9, 1815.
  • Lois, wife of John, at Rochester, Mass. American of April 26, 1816.
  • Christopher, of Newport, at Lebanon, Ct., aged 75 years, Aug. 10, 1816.
  • Ezekiel, at Coventry, in 81st year. American of Aug 13, 1816.
  • John, carpenter, killed by fall of a scaffold, others were injured, at New York. American of Aug. 22, 1817.
  • ----, lost overboard from sloop Cosmopolite. American of Dec. 3, 1818.
  • Bonaparte, of Bristol, lost from sloop Cosmopolite, at sea. American of Dec. 18, 1818.
  • Patience, widow of Christopher, at Newport, aged 79 years. American of Aug. 27, 1819.
  • Weaver, at Johnston, in 64th year. May 2, 1820.
  • Amey, wife of Edward, and daughter of Allen Durfee, Esq , aged 22 years, at Tiverton. American of April 23, 1822.
  • Lydia, at Warwick. aged 37 years; was thrown from a carriage, lived 10 days, July 25, 1823.
  • Rhoda P., daughter of Stephen, aged 22 years, at Middleboro, Mass. American of Sept. 26, 1823.
  • ---, child of Andrew, at Newport, burnt in bed by clothes taking fire; it lived but a few hours. American of Jan. 30, 1824.
  • Celinda Cornelia, daughter of Zephaniah, of Foster, at Norwich, Ct., aged 1 year, 10 months, 22 days. American of Sept. 20 1825.
  • Mr. ----, of Middleboro, at Taunton, aged about 30 years; dropped dead while dancing, Oct. 6, 1825.
  • Prescilla, daughter of Major Stephen, at Foster, in 43d year, Jan. 5, 1827.
  • Stephen, at Foster, aged 70 years, soldier of the Revolution. American of March 11, 1828.
  • Mrs. Mary. at Pawtucket, aged 51 years, Feb. 11, 1829.
  • James, aged 11 years, only child of his widowed mother; drowned near Gibbs wharf, Boston, Dec. 5, 1829.
  • John, aged 24, native of Belfast, Ireland, mate of ship William Baker, at the hospital, Sept. 25, 1830.
  • Wiliam F., of Providence, late seaman on sloop of war Vandalia, at sea, on board brig Ganges, on passage from Buenos Ayres, Oct. 15, 1830.
  • Reuben Allen, son of Reuben and Anna, at Cranston, aged 1 year, 8 months. American of Feb. 1, 1833.
BENNEY
  • Capt. Robert, formerly of Newport, at Amherst, aged 91 years, Nov. 11, 1823.
BENNING
  • Thomas R , murdered in his office by Charles Wickliffe, son of Robert, at Lexington, Ky. March 8, 1829.
BENSON
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of Dea. John, at Mendon, Mass., aged 51 years, Dec. 17, 1814.
  • John C., at sea, from ship Cynthia. American of Sept. 5, 1815.
  • Elder John, formerly of Newport, at Pomfret, Ct., aged 75 years. American of Jan. 5, 1819.
  • James R., second son of Widiam P. R., of Providence. at the Hospital. Hamburg, July 1, 1822.
  • Miss ----, at New Orleans, of the fever. American of Oct. 11, 1822.
  • Sarah C. D., youngest daughter of William P. R., Jan. 24, 1824.
  • William, seaman, drowned in the James River, by swamping of the boat, be longed to Ship Alciope, Nov. 26, 1827.
  • Frances, eldest daughter of George, Esq., at Brooklyn, Ct., formerly of Providence, Nov. 1, 1832.
BENSLEY
  • William, at Smithfield, aged 86 years, Sept. 29, 1811.
  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of James, in 27th year, June 13, 1826.
  • William Shepherd, aged 4 months, July 4, 1826.
BENT
  • Prince, an infant daughter of June 23, 1821.
BENTLEY
  • Marcy, widow of Capt. William, of East Greenwich, in this town, in 87th year. American of Aug. 15, 1815.
  • Capt. Christopher, aged 64 years, a nautical commander from this port, July 4, 1818.
  • William, D.D., pastor of East Church, Salem, Mass., aged 61 years, Dec. 29, 1819.
  • Amey, wife of William, at Exeter, R.I., in 58th year. American of Aug. 30, 1825.
  • Nancy, wife of Jacob, and daughter of Gideon Northup. of North Kingstown, at Pittsfield, Mass., aged about 70 years. American of Sept. 30, 1825.
  • Phebe, wife of Christopher, in 37th year, July 5, 1826.
  • Thomas, in 23d year, Oct. 29, 1828.
BENTON
  • Mrs. Mary, daughter of William Albertson, in this town, in 28th year, Oct. 8, 1809.
  • Nathaniel, brother of Hon. Thomas H., in Dyer Co., Tenn. American of April 2, 1830.
BENTZON
  • Sophia H., daughter of A. B., Esq., Governor of the Danish West Indies, at New York. American of Oct. 2, 1818.
BERANGER
  • Brig. General Chevalear, Legion of Honor, the Marshal DeCamp, at Paris, France. American of Sept. 20, 1816.
BERBANK
  • Huldah, wife of John, at Pawtucket, in 27th year, April 1, 1821.
BERGAFED
  • Emanuel J., at Boston, aged 42 years. American of Feb. 2, 1830.
BERKELEY
  • Dr. Robert, of Frederic Co., Md., murdered by his negroes, May 12, 1818.
BERNARD
  • Mr. ----, of Bordeaux, Fr., lost in wreck of Ship Helen, at sea American of Feb. 4, 1820.
  • John, at London, in 74th year, dramatist. American of March 17, 1829.
  • Charles, son of late John, Esq., the theatrical manager, Dec. 10, 1829.
BERRIAN
  • Samuel, Esq., brother of Rev. William, at New York. American of Nov. 23, 1819.
BERRIEN
  • William, at Carthagena, formerly of Philadelphia, acting U.S. Consul, and merchant. July 9, 1826.
  • Rebecca S., wife of John, Attorney General of the United States, at Baltimore. American of Sept. 7, 1839.
BERRY
  • Amasa B., of Hallowell, Me , aged about 21 years, at sea, on board Brig Mary Seamons, on her passage from Charleston to this port, Sept. 10, 1817.
  • ---- ----, midshipman, at sea, on board U.S. Ship Enterprise, on passage from Havana, to Charleston, S.C. American of June 13, 1820.
  • Sylvester, formerly of Yarmouth, at Pawtucket, in 43d year, Nov. 26, 1823.
  • William, Lieut., of Portsmouth, and at New Mills, N.J., in Washington City; an officer in the U.S. Navy. American of Aug. 3, 1824.
  • Charles, at North Kingstown, in 91st year; pensioner of the Revolution; was in five campaigns in Canada during the French War; was at the taking of Crown Point, Montreal, Ticonderoga; was at battle of Rhode Island, Aug. 28, 1778. June 8, 1825.
BERTHEREAU
  • Mons. ----, at Paris; ancient Procurator du Chaletell and Deputy States General 1789 Legion of Honor, Honorary President Civil Tribunal of the Seine, aged 84 years.
  • American of Dec. 26, 1817.
BERTHMEN
  • Madame, an actress, at Berlin, Prussia; 68 carriages of the nobility were in her funeral cortege. American of Nov. 24, 1815.
BESSE
  • Capt. Asa, at Wareham, of wounds received from the bursting of a fowling piece. American of April 14, 1826.
BETHUNE
  • Dixie, Esq., merchant, at New York, in 54th year, Sept. 18, 1824.
BETTERLY
  • ----, a child, lost in the wreck of the ship Diamond. American of March 1, 1825.
BEVERLY
  • Mrs. Alice, in this town, aged 81 years, Oct. 3, 1809.
  • Ambrose Page, son of Stephen, aged 5 years, by a sudden fall of a stick of timber, in this town, Feb. 15, 1815.
  • Eliza, daughter of Stephen, in this town, in 16th year, Feb. 5, 1818.
  • John, son of Stephen, at Providence, in 27th year, Sept. 24, 1818.
  • John Ambrose, son of Charles S., formerly of Providence, at Utica, N.Y. in 4th year, Nov. 15, 1821.
  • Mary, daughter of Stephen, in 17th year, Oct. 23, 1824.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Gideon, in 60th year, June 24, 1827.
  • Sheldon, at Scituate, aged 75 years, Oct. 28, 1828.
  • Jane Ogden, daughter of George, in 26th year, Oct. 24, 1831.
  • John H., son of Stephen, Jr., aged 6 years, Dec. 5, 1831.
  • George, formerly of Johnston, at Williamstown, Mass., Jan. 31, 1832.
BEWICK
  • Thomas, at London, aged 74 years. a celebrated wood engraver. American of Feb. 10, 1829.
BEZELEY
  • Mrs. Miriam, formerly of Newport, at Providence, aged 94 years, March 7, 1819.


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