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 - BIBB to BREWSTER

[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]



BIBB
  • William W., governor of Alabama, at Fort Jackson, in 40th year, July 15, 1820.
  • Hon. Charles S., at Yellow Banks, Ark., Oct. 15, 1832.
BICHARDS
  • Silas, native of Connecticut, merchant, in Liverpool, Eng., Sept. ----, 1822.
BICKER
  • Col. Walter, at New York, aged 74 years. American of April 20, 1821.
  • Martin, at Boston, aged 59 years, March 7, 1831.
BICKERTON
  • Admiral Sir., R. H., in England. American of April 6, 1832.
BICKFORD
  • Andrew, at Medbury, N.H., aged 80 years, Revolutionary pensioner. American of May 3, 1831.
  • Samuel, at Epsom, aged 74 years, soldier of the Revolution, May 20, 1831.
BICKNELL
  • Eliza, wife of Thomas W. S., and daughter of Capt. B. Harris, of Taunton, at Norton, aged 24 years. American of Feb. 7, 1812.
  • Maria, wife of Thomas W. I., of Baltimore, and daughter of Hon. Samuel Crocker, at Taunton. American of Jan. 23, 1816.
  • Capt. Thomas, of Cumberland, aged 67 years, at Johnston, while on a visit, March 30, 1816.
  • Joshua, of Providence, firm of Bicknell & Hudson, at Honduras. American of March 30, 1821.
  • Sebra, widow of Capt. Thomas, in 73rd year, Dec. 17, 1823.
  • Hannah Angell, daughter of Capt. Francis, aged 5 years, 5 months, formerly of Providence. at Rome, N.Y., April 11, 1830.
BIDDERSON
  • Daniel, at Baltimore. His wife was delivered of three children and all like to do well. American of June 22, 1821.
BIDDLE
  • Charles, Esq., at Philadelphia, aged 76 years. American of April 20, 1821.
  • Dr. ---- ----, U.S. Navy, at Key West, Fla. American of March 21, 1826.
  • Thomas, paymaster U.S. Army, shot in a duel with Hon. Spencer Pettis, M. C. from Missouri, Aug. 26, 1831.
BIGELOW
  • Anna Maria C., aged 23 years, wife of Horatio, Esq., late of Cambridge, Mass., daughter of Thomas P. Ripley, of and at Sag Harbor, June 15, 1816.
  • Hon. Timothy, at Medfield, Mass., in 55th year; was speaker for 8 years of Massachusetts House of Representatives; had been a member of Senate and at death of the Governor's Council, May 18, 1821.
  • Anna, widow, aged 65, late of Petersham, Mass., mother of Hon. Lewis, late M. C. from Massachusetts, at Columbus, O., of a fever, July 16, 1825.
  • Dr. Daniel, son of widow Anna, aged 39 years, teacher in the seminary, at Columbus, O., July 17, 1825.
  • Nathaniel M., of New Braintree, Mass., killed by a blast of a rock. American of Nov. 23, 1827.
  • Capt. Daniel, at Boston, aged 80 years. American of Feb. 2, 1830.
BIJOTAT
  • Rev. Silvain, at New York, aged 54 years. American of Sept. 14, 1824.
BILLAUD-VARENNES
  • Mons., at Port au Prince, aged 64 years; took part in the French Revolution; was one of Committee of Safety; denounced Robespierre and was afterwards himself denounced by Legendre and transported to Gayenne. Having voted death of Louis XIV, was rebanished in 1815. American of Nov. 12, 1819.
BILLET
  • Elizabeth, at Newport Asylum, aged 80 years. American of Feb. 8, 1831.
BILLINGS
  • Benjamin, of Newport. at Norfolk, in 45th year. American of Dec. 7, 1810.
  • Patience, daughter of the late Richard, of Newport, in this town, in 20th year. American of April 21, 1812.
  • William, at Pawtucket, in 46th year, suddenly, June 19, 1813.
  • Marcy, wife of Capt. Ichabod, in 75th year, Nov. 21, 1816.
  • Capt. Stephen, at Newport, aged 46 years. American of Feb. 3, 1818.
  • Woodman, at Newport, in 84th year. American of Dec. 15, 1820.
  • Mary, widow of Wood, at Newport, in 73rd year, Sept. 24, 1822.
  • Elizabeth, wife of William, aged 67 years, Feb. 5, 1823.
  • Moses F., infant son of Samuel W. American of Oct. 10, 1823.
  • Livingstone, Esq., attorney at law, at Montecello, N.Y., aged 37 years. American of Nov. 28, 1823.
  • Joseph S., in 34th year, very suddenly; was married the Sunday before, Dec. 16, 1824.
  • Samuel, at Newport, aged 85 years. American of March 15, 1825.
  • Thankful, widow of Richard, of Newport, at Providence, in 59th year, Nov. 14, 1826.
  • William, in 85th year, March 17, 1828.
  • Timothy Stone, first officer of Brig Packet, of Providence, formerly a resident of vicinity of Boston, at Havana, May 25, 1828.
BILLINGTON
  • Isaac, at Wayne, Me., aged 73 years, Revolutionary pensioner. American of March 9, 1830.
  • Capt. William H., late of Sloop Sally, of Providence, at Guayama, P.R., Sept. 28, 1830.
BINGHAM
  • Caleb, Esq., at Boston, aged 60 years. American of April 18, 1817.
  • Henry, son of Capt. William T., aged 11 months, July 12, 1825.
  • Samuel, at Boyleston, aged 74 years. American of July 27, 1830.
BINNS
  • Pemberton, second son of Alderman Binns, of Philadelphia, drowned while skating on the Delaware. American of Feb. 18, 1823.
  • Pemberton, son of Alderman Binns, of Philadelphia, who was drowned Feb. 8; his body was found floating near the Navy Yard (May 26). American of June 3, 1823.
BIRD
  • Samuel, of Massachusetts, at Charleston, S.C., in 24th year, April 21, 1810.
  • Rev. Jonathan, of Berlin, at Hebron, Ct., aged 66 years (11 ministers have died in Connecticut this year). American of Jan. 5, 1821.
  • John, of New Hampshire, marine, at sea, on board U.S. Ship Cyune. American of Jan. 5, 1821.
  • Mary B., daughter of Warren, at Foxboro, aged 6 years. American of Nov. 6, 1821.
  • Mrs. Sarah, wife of Elijah, at Foxboro, aged 68 years. American of Nov. 6, 1821.
  • John G., Esq., U.S. District Attorney for East Florida, at St. Augustine. American of Dec. 21, 1821.
  • Maria, infant daughter of Elijah, at Taunton. American of Aug. 1, 1823.
BIRDSALL
  • Major Benjamin, shot by a soldier named Hamilton, at Albany, N.Y., July 12, 1818.
BIRDSEYE
  • Rev. Nathan, at Stratford, Ct., aged 103 years, 5 months, 9 days. He had 12 children, 76 grand, 163 great grand and 7 great great grand children. He retained his mental faculties to the last. American of Feb. 17, 1818.
BIRKBECK
  • Morris, Esq., Secretary of State of Illinois, was drowned on his way home from Mr. Owen's settlement, at Harmony. The backwoodsmen gave him the name of "Emperor of the Prairies," from his having purchased 160,000 in one tract. American of July 5, 1825.
BIRKETT
  • John K., in this town, in 39th year, Oct. 2, 1814.
BISBEE
  • Rev. John, at Portland, Me., aged 36 years, pastor of the Universalist Church, March 6, 1829.
BISHOP
  • Lorenzo, A. B., at Attleboro, graduate of R.I. College, at Norton, Mass. American of June 6, 1809.
  • Thomas, in this town, in 29th year, from wounds inflicted by unknown persons, Sept. 2, 1813.
  • Comfort, at Seekonk, in 49th year, Jan. 28, 1816.
  • ---- ----, widow of Nathan, at Attleboro. American of Jan. 16, 1816.
  • Capt. Naham, at Attleboro. American of Feb. 9, 1816.
  • Sarah, daughter of late Capt. John, at Seekonk, in 59th year, Sept. 7, 1820.
  • Lemuel, at Seekonk, aged 71 years, formerly a nautical commander, March 7, 1821.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Hon. Phanuel, at Seekonk, aged 79 years. American of Oct. 8, 1822.
  • Frances, infant daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, Aug. 8, 1823.
  • Lemuel, at Attleboro, aged 50 years. American of Sept. 12, 1823.
  • Bebee, wife of George, and daughter of Robert Daggett, in 37th year. American of April 6, 1824.
  • Richard, at Boston. He deliberately put a pistol to his breast while standing in the public street, thus putting an instant end to his existence, June 7, 1824.
  • William Wade, infant son of Ebenezer, at Seekonk, aged 17 months, Oct. 2, 1824.
  • Samuel, at New Haven, aged 52 years, innkeeper. American of May 20, 1825.
  • Sarah Foster, eldest daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, in 12th year, Feb. 11, 1826.
  • Lucy Maria, infant daughter of Phanuel, at Seekonk, aged 11 months, 20 days, May 26, 1826.
  • Richard Walker, son of John J., at Seekonk, aged 1 year, 10 months. American of Nov. 14, 1826.
  • George, son of late Capt. John, at Seekonk, in 45th year, March 23, 1827.
  • Betsey, wife of Alanson, at Attleboro, in 47th year, Aug. 19, 1827.
  • Rev. Truman, D.D., of the Methodist Church, at Cincinnati, O., Jan. 13, 1829.
  • Phanuel, at Seekonk, aged 58 years, June 15, 1831.
  • Frances Winsor, daughter of Capt. Nathaniel, aged 7 years, 8 months, Nov. 16, 1832.
BOISSEAU
  • James B., killed in a duel by Robert C. Adams, at Blandford, Va. American of Aug. 29, 1820.
BISSELL
  • Martha, widow of Job, at Newport Asylum, Jan. 17, 1822.
  • Dr. Eliphaz, drowned from Steamer McDonough, off Saybrook Point. American of Dec. 4, 1829.
BISSETT
  • Rev. James, son of the late Rev. George, formerly Rector of Trinity Church, Newport, at Frederickton, N.B., in 46th year, April 24, 1815.
  • Mrs. Penelope, widow of Rev. George, daughter of Rev. James Honeyman Edy, of Newport, at Frederickton, N.B., in 70th year. American of Sept. 10, 1816.
BIXBY
  • Luke, merchant, at Savannah, Ga. He left his wife in poor health and they were buried the same day, one in Georgia and the other in Massachusetts. American of Dec. 13, 1808.
  • Noadiah, at Thompson, Ct., aged 37 years, Feb. 16, 1821.
  • Sally, widow of Noadiah, at Thompson, Ct., March 17, 1821.
BIZZELL
  • Lydia, at Newport, aged 84 years, Jan. 5, 1826.
BLACK
  • Mehitable, widow of James, Esq., in this town, in 77th year, June 8, 1811.
  • John M., at Providence, in 28th year, March 28, 1818.
BLACKBURN
  • George, formerly professor of mathematics in South Carolina College, at Columbia, S.C., Aug. 13, 1823.
BLACKINGTON
  • Deacon William, at Wrentham, in 57th year, Jan. 30, 1816.
  • Mary, widow of Deacon William, at Wrentham, in 48th year. Feb. 4, 1816.
  • Mrs. ---- ----, at Attleboro, in 80th year. American of Feb. 9, 1816.
  • Deacon William, at Attleboro. American of Feb. 9, 1816.
BLACKMAN
  • Nathan, editor Indiana Sentinel, formerly of Worcester, Mass., at Vincennes, Ind. American of Oct. 26, 1821.
  • Mrs. Susannah, at Worcester, aged 76 years, Feb. 22, 1826.
  • Hannah, wife of Nathan, at Chepachet, aged 65 years, Feb. 16, 1829.
BLACKMAR
  • Benjamin, drowned at Scituate, aged about 15 years, March 2, 1825.
BLACKSTONE
  • Henry, Esq., eldest son of Sir William; was for many years his Majesty's coroner for the District of Quebec, at Quebec. American of Feb. 25, 1825.
BLACKWELL
  • Caleb, at Rochester, Mass. American of May 17, 1816.
  • Gen. John, at Faumier Co., Va., aged 68 years; believed to be the last remaining officer of the Revolution, in Virginia. American of July 1, 1823.
BLAGGE
  • John, Esq., at New York, in 74th year, June 28, 1815.
  • Samuel, Esq., at Boston, aged 64 years, March 8, 1826.
BLAIR
  • Henry, at Brompton Plains, N.J., merchant, a suicide. American of Dec. 14, 1821.
  • William, clerk in the General Post Office, and brother in law of Judge McLean, at Washington. American of Oct. 26, 1830.
BLAKE
  • Brainard, son of Ezra, of Wrentham, Mass, at Dighton, aged 21 years. American of March 25, 1814.
  • Louisa G., wife of Rev. John L., and daughter of William Richmond, Esq., of this town, at Pawtucket, in 26th year, Jan. 3, 1816.
  • Edward, Jr., merchant, at Boston, aged 46 years. American of Jan. 21, 1817.
  • Hon. Francis, clerk of the courts of Worcester Co., and attorney at law, aged 43 years, Feb. 23, 1817.
  • Joseph, Esq., at Billerica, Mass., aged 80 years, a merchant, at Boston. American of July 24, 1818.
  • Edwin, son of Horatio, in 5th year, Feb. 18, 1819.
  • ----, of Bristol, lost at sea, from brig Prize, of that port. American of Oct. 5, 1819.
  • Allen, at Bristol, aged 18 years, July 23, 1820.
  • Henry Judson, infant son of Judson, Oct. 9, 1822.
  • Francis A., son of late Francis, Esq., of Worcester, suddenly, at New York; had been a resident of Cincinnati, O., some years. American of March 26, 1824.
  • Mrs. Hannah, at Bristol, Nov. 25, 1825.
  • James Gilbert, son of H---, at Taunton, aged 1 year, Jan. 19, 1826.
  • Mrs. Phebe, widow, at Taunton, aged 68 years, Oct. 3, 1826.
  • Susan Maria, youngest daughter of Capt. Edward, at Taunton, Oct. 9, 1826.
  • Ebenezer, at Bristol, aged 89 years, March 2, 1827.
  • Sarah Frances, infant daughter of William, at Bristol, aged 11 months, July 28, 1829.
  • Col. Stillman, at North Providence, in 35th year, July 7, 1830.
  • Roxa, wife of Dupes, at Foxboro, aged 27 years. American of April 15, 1831.
  • George, son of late Samuel, at Bristol, in 24th year, Sept. 24, 1831.
  • Abigail, wife of Robert, and second daughter of Ezra Blake, of Wrentham, at Franklin, in 56th year, Jan. 3, 1833.
BLAKESLEY
  • Josiah, at Mobile, aged 68 years, native of Connecticut, formerly U.S. Consul, at St. Jagoda, Cuba, Jan. 30, 1815.
  • Jesse, at Hamden, aged 57 years. American of Nov. 24, 1829.
BLANCH
  • Col. Thomas, at New Jersey, aged 85 years. He served in the Revolution. American of June 24, 1823.
BLANCHARD
  • Mary, wife of Capt. William, aged 33 years, Sept. 23, 1810.
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, Esq., at Wrentham, Mass., aged 57 years. American of June 28, 1816.
  • Joel, from a wrestle with a neighbor, at Peacham, Vt. American of July 23, 1816.
  • Lucia, widow of Reuben, at Glocester, in 85th year, Oct. 26, 1823.
  • J---- ----, in England, from cancer on the tongue caused by an excessive playing on a brass jewsharp. American of May 27, 1825.
  • Samuel, printer, at Charlotte, Vt., member of New York Typographical Society. American of Jan. 31, 1826.
  • Mrs. Eunice, at Medford, aged 67 years. American of July 9, 1830.
  • ----, at Charlestown, Mass. American of Sept. 14, 1832.
BLANDING
  • Sylvanus, eldest son of the late Col. Christopher, in 25th year, at Rehoboth, had just returned from a journey; sermon by Rev. Mr. Thompson, July 15, 1809.
  • Robert, son of the late Col. Christopher, of Rehoboth, at sea on board Brig Abbeona, of this port, on passage from Savannah, Ga., to Nassau, N.P., Sept. 8, 1809.
  • Mary, wife of Christopher, eldest daughter of Sebra Lawton, Esq., at Rehoboth, in 20th year, Oct. 10, 1813.
  • Dr. William, the announcement of his death was premature. American of Dec. 4, 1821.
  • Lephe, youngest daughter of William, at Rehoboth, in 31st year, Oct. 17, 1823.
  • Edward Martin, son of late Col. Christopher, at Rehoboth, aged 1 year. American of Jan. 4, 1828.
  • Emeline S., widow of Edward M., of Providence, at Ashford, Ct., in 27th year, May 15, 1828.
  • Sally wife of Shubael. American of Feb 12, 1830.
  • William, at Rehoboth, in 83d year; sermon by Rev. Thomas Vernon, Num. 23:10, June 12, 1830.
  • Edward Martin, second son of Col. William, aged 2 years, 10 months, May 24, 1832.
  • Harriet Allen, daughter of William, Oct. 8, 1832.
BLASDELL
  • Penelope, wife of Ebenezer, and daughter of Isaac Nobb [Nobles], of this town, at Hartford, Ct., aged 31 years. American of May 23, 1817.
BLASHFIELD
  • Major Chester, in this town, in 32d year, July 25, 1815.
BLATCHFORD
  • Rev. Henry, late of Lansingburgh, in Princess Ann Co., Md., aged 34 years. American of Sept. 27, 1822.
BLATY
  • Mrs. ----, killed in the burning of the Royal Brunswick Theatre, London, Feb. 28, 1828.
BLINN
  • Robert, in 37th year, May 29, 1821.
  • Capt. James M., of Brigantine Radius, of this port, at Kingston, Jam., in 39th year, served in the late war, Oct. 25, 1824.
  • James M., son of late Capt. James M., aged 12 years, March 14, 1828.
BLISH
  • ---- ----, of Barnstable, at Waterville College, Me., drowned while bathing. American of July 3, 1832.
BLISS
  • Olive, wife of James, and daughter of late Dea. Calvin Jacobs, in 26th year, Dec. 5, 1814.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Jeremiah [William], many years a minister at Newport, her father and brother had been Governor of the State and two brothers Secretary of the same, in 79th year, Feb. 18, 1815.
  • Samuel, Esq., at Seekonk, in 48th year. American of May 10, 1816.
  • Mary, wife of Jonathan, at Smithfield, formerly of Warren, Sept. 29, 1818.
  • Joseph, son of Henry, at Newport, in 40th year. American of Oct. 12, 1819.
  • Henry, at Newport. American of Nov. 5, 1819.
  • Henry, at Newport. American of Nov. 12, 1819.
  • Samuel, at Rehoboth, in 90th year; has 3 brothers and 1 sister now living whose united ages are 427 years when added to his, Jan. 5, 1820.
  • Sarah, widow of Capt. Thomas, at Newport, aged 68 years. American of June 4, 1822.
  • James, aged 34 years, at Havana, on board Schooner Enterprise. American of Jan. 29, 1822.
  • Sophia Capron, infant daughter of Martin, at Attleboro. American of Oct. 10, 1823.
  • Thomas, son of Ebenezer D., at Newport, Sept. 15, 1824.
  • George Nelson, son of George, at Attleboro, March 1, 1825.
  • Augustus, son of Capt. Asa, of Rehoboth, at Troy, Mass., in 28th year. American of Sept. 16, 1825.
  • Mrs. --- ---- wife of Capt. Asa, and daughter of George Williams, of Wellington, Mass., at Rehoboth, Nov. 5, 1825.
  • Capt. Jonathan, formerly of Warren, at Newport, aged about 65 years, pensioner of the Revolution. American of Dec. 19, 1826.
  • Alexander, Esq., attorney at law and partner of Hon. Daniel Webster, at Plymouth. American of July 20, 1827.
  • Nancy, wife of James, 2d, at Rehoboth. American of Aug. 19, 1828.
  • Miss Betsey, at Warren, aged 58 years, Oct. 16, 1828.
  • Samuel B. Collins, youngest son of Capt. Jeremiah, at Newport, aged 5 years, Dec. 15, 1828.
  • Dr. George W., son of Capt. Asa, of Rehoboth, at Seekonk, aged 38 years, March 27, 1829.
  • Hon. George, LL. D., at Springfield, aged 66 years, March 8, 1830.
  • Abodial, at Rehoboth, aged 70 years. American of Sept. 13, 1831.
  • Mrs. Rhoda, wife of James, 3d, at Rehoboth, aged 40 years. American of Sept. 13, 1831.
BLITHENS
  • Valentine, at Fall River, aged 74 years, fell lifeless out of his chair while at dinner, Oct. 5, 1826.
BLIVEN
  • Susannah, widow of Capt. Luke, of Newport, at Bristol, July 20, 1810.
BLIVIN
  • Sophia, eldest daughter of late Capt. Luke, of Newport, at Providence, in 18th year, Nov. 13, 1814.
BLIVEN
  • Ann Maria, infant daughter of Francis, Feb. 13, 1815.
  • Francis, printer, in this town, in 22d year, April 3, 1816.
  • Hannah, daughter of Capt. Perry, of Newport, in 18th year, Sept. 13, 1820.
  • Mrs. Ann, in 40th year, May 5, 1822.
  • Ellery, aged 23 years, at Westerly, drowned while bathing, Aug. 13, 1822.
  • Eunice, wife of Capt. William, daughter of Joseph Cooke, at Tiverton, aged 22 years, Dec. 10, 1825.
  • Capt. Perry, at New York, aged 46 years, Dec. 20, 1825.
  • Mrs. Mary, at Newport, aged 70 years. American of May 2, 1828.
  • Mrs. Sarah, in 78th year, March 6, 1832.
BLODGETT
  • Samuel, at Philadelphia, April 11, 1814.
  • Samuel, Esq., formerly of Boston, at Philadelphia, a merchant. American of July 19, 1814.
  • Abby Ann, daughter of Col. Leonard, in 3d year, Dec. 7, 1821.
  • Capt. William, at Goffstown, N.H.; was found dead in the street soon after dining with a friend. American of Sept. 25, 1829.
BLOOD
  • Samuel, at Groton, N.H., aged 67 years, soldier of the Revolution. American of Feb. 5, 1830.
BLOODGOOD
  • Margaret, daughter of F. A., of Ithica, drowned at Buttermilk Falls, N.Y. Her age was 18 years, July 28, 1829.
BLOOMFIELD
  • Mary, wife of General Joseph, late Governor of New Jersey, now M. C., at Burlington, N.J. American of Dec. 18, 1818.
  • Robert, author of the "Farmer's Boy," etc., in Shefford, Eng., in 57th year. American of Oct. 7, 1823.
  • Gen. Joseph, late a Representative in Congress and Governor of the State, at Burlington, N.J. American of Oct. 10, 1823.
  • Smith, native of New Jersey, perished in shipwreck of Schooner Lafayette, in South Seas. American of Nov. 28, 1826.
BLOUNT
  • John B., Esq., cashier of U.S. Branch Bank, at Edenton, N.C. American of Sept. 23, 1825.
  • Hon. William G., formerly Secretary of State of Tennessee, and Representative in Congress, at Paris, Tenn. American of July 6 and 13, 1827.
BLULIFF
  • Robert, seaman of Brig John Decatur, at sea, of fever. American of Sept. 21, 1830.
BLUNPELL
  • Lieut. ---- ----, fell in a duel with Ensign McGuire. American of Nov. 16, 1813.
BLUTCHFORD
  • Admiral, in England, one of the Lords of Admiralty. He had in his possession the famous diamond ring of Queen Mary of Scots, the engraving on which was produced at her trial to prove that she aspired to the English throne. It had been purchased by the Prince Regent. American of Nov. 28, 1817.
BLY
  • William, at Newport, aged 58 years. American of Aug. 27, 1819.
  • Jeremiah, at Smithfield, in 71st year, Dec. 9, 1822.
  • Ellen, wife of Jeremiah, at Smithfield, in 58th year, Nov. 13, 1824.
  • Cynthia, wife of Wheaton, at Cumberland, in 41st year, March 5, 1827.
  • Susannah, wife of William, at Pawtuxet, in 45th year, buried at Pawtucket. American of June 10, 1814.
BOAG
  • Miss ----, perished at sea in the shipwreck of the Ship Boston, May 26, 1830.
BOARDMAN
  • Capt. Elijah, of the 6th U.S. Infantry, at Plattsburg, N.Y. American of Nov. 14, 1817.
  • Benjamin Franklin, eldest son of Ira, at Bristol, aged 21 years. American of Oct. 18, 1822.
  • Hon. Elijah, of Connecticut, member of National Senate, in Ohio, where he had gone on business. His remains were sent to his residence at New Milford, Conn. American of Sept. 2, 1823.
  • Seth, aged 80 years, at Weathersfield, Newington Society, Ct., Revolutionary pensioner; was at Bunker Hill, was at Burgoyne's capture. He is believed to be the last of Capt. Chester's Company, Feb. 25, 1831.
BODGE
  • Abby Maria, only child of Samuel G., aged 15 months, (no date)
BODOUR
  • Jean Baptist, at Parma, Italy, a celebrated Italian painter, member of Imperial Order of Reunion, and Mayor of the city, aged 73 years, Nov. 8, 1813.
BOGH
  • William, a minor, at Morristown, Penn., drowned, April 18, 1832.
  • William, a minor, drowned in the canal, near Norristown, Penn., April 18, 1832.
BOGLE
  • William, native of England, at Providence, aged about 40 years, Dec. 8, 1826.
BOGMAN
  • Charles, in 74th year, Aug. 10, 1821.
  • Joseph Edward, son of Joseph, aged 9 months 15 days, April 5, 1822.
  • Jacob, drowned, in 45th year, Sept. 24, 1822.
  • James Winchell, infant son of Joseph, aged 1 year, 6 months, Aug. 3, 1826.
  • Anna Elizabeth, infant daughter of Joseph, Nov. 20, 1832.
BOHONON
  • Major Stephen, aged 67 years, at Salisbury, N.H., soldier in the Revolution. American of Feb. 15, 1831.
BOICHAT
  • M. Jean, French Sculptor and member of Institute, in France, aged 76 years. American of April 18, 1815.
BOIES
  • Betsey, at Blanford, Mass., aged 18 years. On going to bed her candle set her clothes on fire, July 18, 1814.
  • John, hung at Dedham, Mass., for the murder of his wife, July 7, 1829.
  • ----, wife of John, killed by her husband who has been convicted of the crime, at Dedham, Mass. American of June 9, 1829.
BOLIVAR
  • General Simon, near Santa Martha, S.A., Dec. 17, 1830.
BOLLES
  • Jesse, Jr., son of Jesse, of this town, at Charleston, S.C., in 26th year, Nov. 28, 1809.
  • John Field, infant son of George, in this town. American of Nov. 28, 1809.
  • Harriet, daughter of Adolphus, in 19th year, Dec. 19, 1814.
  • Gustavus Adolphus, shopkeeper, formerly of Woodstock, Ct., at Savannah, aged about 44 years. American of Nov. 5, 1819.
  • Col. Eber M., native of Connecticut, in Alabama, of fever, Nov. 15, 1822.
  • Lemuel, at Woodstock, Ct., aged 68 years, June 16, 1823.
  • Hannah A., wife of David, daughter of Major William Thurber, in 20th year, April 28, 1824.
  • William, at Chatham, Ct., aged 76 years, found dead in bed. American of March 11, 1825.
  • Sarah, wife of Dea. Jesse, at Thompson, Ct., aged 74 years, Sept. 5, 1829.
  • Julia, only daughter of Leonard, aged 2 years, Dec. 9, 1832.
BOLINGBROKE
  • Viscount, known as Belesise, at Pisa, Italy. American of Feb. 15, 1825.
BOLLIINIG
  • Linneas, drowned while bathing, in Virginia, a student in William and Mary College, June 1, 1816.
BOLLON
  • Francis, at Broughbridge, Yorkshire, Eng., a pauper, at that place, aged 83 years. He was noted for keeping himself constantly wet with cold water;
  • would fill his hat full and then throw it over himself; would sleep on a wet straw bed and had been found frozen down; was said to be in his young days a very handsome
  • man and a great beau, and the first to wear white stockings. When begging he used but one sentence, "Please give anything." American of Oct. 15, 1811.
BOLSTER
  • Lt. Col. James, in this town, in 35th year, military honors, March 2, 1813.
BOLTER
  • Mrs. Eliza, daughter of James Davis, formerly of Providence, at Watertown, Mass., in 29th year, Sept. 11, 1822.
BOLTON
  • Dr. George A., at Seekonk, aged 39 years, Sept. 25, 1822.
BONAPARTE
  • Louis, late King of Holland, in Silisia, aged 40 years. He gave to the town of Gratz, the little property he possessed in return for their kind treatment to him, about June 15, 1812.
  • Napoleon, at St. Helena, where he landed. May 5, 1821.
  • Madame Letitia, at Rome, mother of the Emperor. American of Dec. 27, 1822.
  • Letitia, her death is contradicted. American of Jan. 28, 1823.
BOND
  • Hon. Amos, at Watertown, Mass., aged 63 years. American of Aug. 12, 1817.
  • Miles, at Newport, aged 64 years. American of Oct. 26, 1821.
  • Miss Sarah, in England, a very eccentric person, declared her heirs should not have her wealth and gave it all to king. She lived poorly and had 245,000 pounds in 1812 which has since been accumulating. American of Dec. 4, 1821.
  • Mary, widow of John, at Newport. American of Feb. 20, 1827.
  • ---, killed in a duel with --- Martin, at Blandensburg, Md. American of Feb. 12, 1828.
BONDRY
  • Samuel, a Dutch Jew, aged 96 years, at Amsterdam. In his will he left funds to build 6 ships of the line of 74 guns each. There was found in his house 44 casks full of coins. American of Oct. 11, 1825.
BONFILS
  • Quassole Agathocles, son of S. F., formerly of Providence, at Washington City. American of Aug. 30, 1825.
BONSMAN
  • Miss A ----, in the burning of the Richmond, Va. Theatre, Dec. 26, 1811.
BONTICK
  • Governor ----, at Berbice. American of Jan. 30, 1821.
BONWELL
  • Rev. Charles, Methodist, in Virginia, aged 60 years. While insane hung himself in a room in his house. American of May 20, 1825.
BOODEN
  • William, at Laville, Me., aged 68 years, suddenly. American of July 6, 1821.
BOODERY
  • John, formerly of Raynham, at Pawtucket, aged 40 years. American of Dec. 27, 1822.
BOODRY
  • Mrs. Hannah, at Taunton, aged 70 years, Sept. 19, 1826.
BOOMER
  • Ebenezer, at Portsmouth, N.H., aged about 22 years, was instantly killed by a jam between a vessel and the wharf. American of Jan. 25, 1828.
BOONE
  • Eliza G., daughter of Daniel U., in this town, in 6th year, Feb. 6, 1814.
  • Richard, at Exeter, in 70th year. American of June 25, 1816.
  • Col. Daniel, near Boone settlement, Mo., aged about 80 years. He was found dead with his gun trained on a deer, and in the attitude of firing; celebrated as a pioneer. American of Sept. 18, 1818.
  • Col. Daniel, at Charrels Village, Mo., first settler of Kentucky, in 90th year. Sept. 26, 1820.
  • James, at Newport, fell from a building on Gardiner's wharf, lived but a few minutes, May 20, 1822.
  • John W., son of late James, at Newport, aged 32 years, May 20, 1823.
  • John W., son of late James, at Newport, in 33d year, May 16, 1823.
  • John W., infant son of Daniel U., at Newport, aged 1 year, 2 months. American of March 29, 1825.
  • Daniel U., son of late James, at Newport, aged 41 years. American of Aug. 5, 1825.
BOOROM
  • Isaac, formerly of this town, at Port William, Ky., in 52d year, Oct. 13, 1821.
BOOTH
  • Susan, wife of Abiel, at Taunton, aged 54 years, formerly of Middleboro. American of Oct. 10, 1823.
  • Capt. --- ----, late of U.S. Ship Lexington, on board Ship Bingham, on passage to Philadelphia. American of Sept 12, 1828.
  • Lyman, at Pownal, Vt. His body was found in the woods with his hands tied behind him and his skull fractured. American of Aug. 11, 1829.
BOOTTS
  • Jacob, at Burrillville, formerly of Middlebury, Mass., aged 103 years, 1 month, 3 days, Aug. 27, 1822.
BORDEN
  • Mary, in this town, aged 50 years, Jan. 26, 1810.
  • Mrs. ---- ----, wife of Rev. Job, pastor of Baptist Church, at Tiverton; sermon by Rev. Mr. Bates, of Bristol, March 17, 1818.
  • Hannah, wife of Benajah, at Tiverton. American of Sept. 5, 1820.
  • Eliza B. S., wife of John C., at Fall River, aged 23 years, Oct. 3, 1820.
  • Mrs. Comfort C., wife of John, Jr., and daughter of Capt. Gabriel Hicks, of Tiverton, aged 26 years, also her infant child, at New Providence, Ind. American of Dec. 26, 1820.
  • Levi, son of John, of Portsmouth, at Waltham, aged 22 years, Sept. 1, 1822.
  • Cyrus, of Johnston; was on the Great Pond fishing when be broke through the ice and was drowned. His age was about 30 years. American of Jan. 20, 1824.
  • William, at Johnston, in 77th year, more than 50 years member of Baptist Church there; the first person to attend the Providence market with a fruit and vegetable wagon, which he did for 56 years, April 18, 1824.
  • Mary, widow of William, at Newport, aged 66 years. American of Sept. 21, 1824.
  • John, Jr., eldest son of John, of Portsmouth, at New Providence, Ind., aged 40 years, Nov. 7, 1824.
  • Edward, at Westport. aged 87 years, June 22, 1827.
  • Capt. Isaac H., at Fall River, aged 48 years, April 24, 1828.
  • John, only son of John C., at Fall River, aged 59 years, 3 months, Dec. 11, 1828.
  • David, formerly one of the proprietors of the Taunton line of stages, a suicide over his recent losses; leaves wife and child. American of March 23, 1830.
  • Abraham, son of Abel, at Fall River. American of Dec. 24, 1830.
  • Rev. Job, at Fall River, aged 78 years. American of Jan. 8, 1833.
BORDOT
  • Alexander, a native of the Island of St. Pierre, near Newfoundland, in 26th year, drowned from Brig William and Mary, at sea, Sept. 22, 1811.
BORGHESE
  • the Princess, sister to Napoleon, at Rome, in 46th year. American of June 17, 1825.
BORLAND
  • Jorathmeel B., formerly of Boston, merchant, at Lexington, Ky., Dec. 13, 1816.
BOSHARD
  • ---- ---, drowned near Philadelphia, upsetting of a boat, May 23, 1816.
BOSQUIET
  • Rev. John, formerly President of St. Mary's College, Baltimore, at Isle of Bourbon. American of June 15, 1821.
BOSS
  • Philip M., son of John L., Esq., at Newport, in 16th year, Jan. 27, 1810.
  • Col. Joseph, at Newport, in 52d year. American of Aug. 14, 1810.
  • Capt. Joseph, son of John L., Esq., at Newport, aged 29 years, in a British prison at Melville Island, Halifax, as a prisoner of war, after 10 months' confinement, Sept. 5, 1814.
  • Edith, wife of William, at Newport, in 47th year. American of July 23, 1819.
  • John L., Jr., late M. C., at Newport, Aug. 1, 1819.
  • Peter, at South Kingstown, in 87th year. American of Jan. 5, 1821.
  • Capt. William, at Newport, aged 64 years, very suddenly, June 1, 1822.
  • William, son of Capt Thomas M., at Newport, Feb. 22, 1823.
  • John L., Esq., aged 63 years, at Newport, Aug. 6, 1824.
  • William S., at Greenfield, Mass., aged 24 years; a law student; was a native of South Kingstown, and for two years a member of Brown University, Sept. 25, 1824.
  • William, son of Ebenezer D., at Newport, aged 1 year. American of Aug. 30, 1825.
  • Capt. Philip T., at New York, in 36th year, Feb. 6, 1826.
  • Capt. Philip T., at New York, formerly of Providence, aged 36 years, Feb. 6, 1826.
BOSTLER
  • Col. C. G., at New Orleans, Nov. 20, 1817.
BOSTOW
  • Stockbridge, at Taunton, aged 53 years. American of Oct. 24, 1823.
BOSWORTH
  • Lewis, in this town, aged 64 years, Sept. 25, 1809.
  • Benjamin, Esq., at Warren, in 78th year. American of Oct. 23, 1810.
  • Jonathan, eldest son of Samuel, at Bristol, aged 20 years, Sept. 8, 1818.
  • Edward, of Providence, seaman, lost overboard from Ship Mary Almy, at sea. Amencan of Oct. 22, 1819.
  • Dr. Jacob, at Rehoboth, in 81st year, May 14, 1820.
  • Mary Potter, daughter of Peleg, aged 9 months, Dec. 1, 1820.
  • Simeon, son of Peleg, aged 3 years, 5 months, Dec. 4, 1820.
  • William, at Denneysville, Me., aged 19 years, died suddenly in open field. American of June 4, 1822.
  • Miss Sarah, at Ashford, Ct., aged 80 years. American of Sept. 13, 1822.
  • Ebenezer, of Bristol, at Warren, aged 29 years, Oct. 9, 1822.
  • Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah, at Bristol, aged about 18 months, March 14, 1823.
  • William Henry, son of Jeremiah, at Bristol, aged 2years, 9 months, March 24, 1823.
  • Samuel, Jr., at Bristol, Dec. 14, 1823.
  • Samuel, at Barrington, in 80th year. American of May 10, 1824.
  • Benjamin, at Bristol, aged 72 years. American of July 5, 1825.
  • Sarah, wife of Stephen, in 40th year, Aug. 17, 1825.
  • Samuel, Esq., at Bristol, aged 71 years; was a commissary in Sullivan's Expedition; has been the only collector of the port, being appointed by Washington, Sept. 6, 1826.
  • Sarah, widow of late Pardon, of Providence, at Augusta, Ga., in 47th year, Jan. 30, 1827.
  • William, of Warren, at sea, lost from schooner Baltic on passage from Bristol. American of March 13, 1827.
  • Nancy Fales, daughter of Jeremiah, at Bristol, aged 4 years, 2 months, 17 days, Sept. 20, 1827.
  • Peleg, at Rehoboth, in 51st year, April 29, 1829.
  • Mrs. Abigail, widow of Benjamin, in 79th year, at Warren, Aug. 20, 1830.
  • Martha Ann, infant daughter of Lewis, Aug. 30, 1830.
  • Earl, fell from a window, in Boston. American of Oct. 26, 1832.
BOTSFORD
  • Rev. Edward, at Georgetown, S.C., aged 75 years, pastor of Baptist Church. American of Jan. 25, 1820.
BOTT
  • James, at Salem, aged 84 years. American of Jan. 12, 1830.
BOTTS
  • Aaron, at Ferns Court, Kevin St., Dublin, aged 106. American of Nov. 26, 1832.
BOUDINOT
  • Hon. Elias, at Newark, N.J., aged 71 years, soldier of the Revolution; was president of Congress and president American Bible Society, Oct. 17, 1819.
  • Hon. Elias. His death reported is here denied. American of Oct. 29, 1819.
  • Elias, Esq., LL.D., president American Bible Society, at Burlington, N.J., in 82d year, Oct. 24, 1821.
BOULTON
  • Elizabeth, at Taunton, aged 14 years, Dec. 18, 1826.
BOUNIERE
  • Mons. ----, a French painter, aged 74 years, March 28, 1814.
BOURN
  • Israel, son of the late Stephen, at Seekonk, in 24th year. American of Nov. 29, 1814.
  • Allen, Esq., clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court for the County, at Bristol, suddenly. aged 37 years. American of Dec. 13, 1814.
BOURNE
  • Hope, widow of Benjamin, Esq., at Bristol, in 55th year. Aug. 7, 1811.
  • Miss Eunice, daughter of the late Stephen, at Seekonk, in 21st year. American of Nov. 29, 1814.
  • Stephen, at Seekonk, in 65th year. American of Nov. 29, 1814.
  • Sylvester, Esq., American Consul at Amsterdam, suddenly, April 23, 1817.
  • James, native of Warren, but resident of New York, where he left a family at St. Barts, from wounds received at Five Islands, April 15, 1821.
  • Shearjashub, Esq., at Bristol, aged 70 years, only brother of the late Judge Bourne. He served in the Revolution, Dec. 24, 1821.
  • Shearjashub, Esq., at Bristol, Dec. 25, 1821.
  • John W., Esq., at Bristol, Aug. 8, 1823.
  • Benjamin F., Esq., U.S. Navy, only son of late Hon. Judge ----, of Bristol, at New York; was a graduate of Brown University and studied law with Hon. Fisher Ames, Nov. 10, 1823.
  • Betsey, daughter of late Allen, at Bristol, aged 13 years, Oct. 15, 1825.
  • Lieut. William T. of the Marine Corps, killed in a duel with Lieut. Smith, at Norfolk, Va., March 4, 1826.
  • Nancy, wife of Francis, in 25th year, Nov. 11, 1828.
  • Benjamin, Esq., at Wareham, aged 69 years, March 14, 1829.
BOURS
  • John, at Newport, merchant, in 81st year. American of Feb. 3, 1815.
BOUTIN
  • Miss Nancy, at Newport, in 61st year. American of Oct. 1, 1819.
BOWDEN
  • Richard, at Norfolk, Va., merchant, shot by a Mr. --- Myers, May 27, 1811.
  • Mary, wife of John, at Marblehead, aged 53 years. American of Dec. 17, 1830.
BOWDOIN
  • Mary, wife of James Temple Bowdoin, and eldest daughter of Thomas Dickerson, Esq., of London, at Pisa, Italy, Feb. 1, 1821.
  • Thomas, at Marblehead, aged 80 years. American of Feb. 25, 1831.
BOWEN
  • Charles, of Providence, at the Pelew Islands, April 15, 1810.
  • William, of Warren, at the Havana, in 27th year, May 10, 1810.
  • Dr. Ephraim, in this town, aged 96 years; was born in Rehoboth, but early settled in this town, Oct. 21, 1812.
  • Miss Cecelia, daughter of the late Eleazer, at Seekonk. American of Nov. 24, 1814.
  • Eleazer, at Seekonk. at an advanced age. American of Nov. 29, 1814.
  • John Dumont, only son of the late Col. Oliver, in 19th year, April 15, 1815.
  • Dr. William Corliss, in this town, in 30th year, April 23, 1845.
  • Hon. Jabez, in this town, in 76th year, Chancellor of Brown University and LL.D.; served in the army in the Revolution and held important offices of trust, (Masonic and civil honors). (See obituary notice), May 8, 1815.
  • Rebecca C., widow of Dr. William Corliss Bowen, and daughter of the late Col. Christopher Olney, in this town, aged 28 years, June 8, 1815.
  • Capt. Benjamin, of this town, in 35th year, at sea, on board Sloop Rising Sun, Oct. 5, 1815.
  • Mary, widow of William, at Northbridge, Mass., aged about 78 years. American of Nov. 7, 1815.
  • Ichabod. Esq., at Coventry, in 89th year. American of March 1, 1816.
  • Ruth, widow of Daniel, in Seekonk, in 49th year. April 27, 1816.
  • Nathaniel C., son of Col. John, of Coventry, at Plainfield, Ct., in 27th year, Aug. 27, 1816.
  • Jabez, Esq., son of Hon. Jabez, deceased, of this town, at Philadelphia, in 43d year, Aug. ----, 1816.
  • Col. Aaron, at Coventry, in 87th year. He served in the Revolution; was blind the last 11 years of his life, Oct. 7, 1816.
  • Sarah Corliss, daughter of Dr. William C., in this town, aged 2 years, 2 months, Oct. 11, 1816.
  • Lucretia, widow of Caleb, in 78th year, June 4, 1817.
  • Mrs. Mehitable, wife of Capt. Richard, formerly of this town, at Pittsburg, Penn., Jan. 29, 1818.
  • Hannah, wife of Aaron, a native of East Greenwich, at Norwich, Ct., aged 37 years. American of June 2, 1818.
  • Augustus Gardiner, son of Samuel G., at Warwick, Oct. 11, 1818.
  • Henry Ward, youngest son of Dr. Pardon, in 20th year, Sept. 15, 1819.
  • Henry F., formerly of Providence, at Nonsemond, Co., Va., aged 28 years. American of Feb. 4, 1820.
  • Sarah, widow of John, at Seekonk, in 83d year, Sept. 18, 1820.
  • Robey B., youngest daughter of Asaph, in Coventry, in 14th year. American of Sept. 22, 1820.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Henry, Nov. 21, 1820.
  • Esther, wife of Stephen, and daughter of Squire Shove, of Danvers, Mass., at Newport, in 24th year, Jan. 10, 1821.
  • Susannah, widow of Elihu, at Scituate, in 89th year, Society of Friends, Jan. 26, 1821.
  • Willard, son of Benjamin, at Rehoboth, aged 8 1/2 months, Feb. 12, 1821.
  • Joseph S., of Providence, at St. Domingo, in 24th year, July 22, 1821.
  • Edward T., son of late Capt. Jonathan, at Warren, in 24th year, July 29, 1821.
  • William, third son of Henry, aged 5 years. American of Dec. 11, 1821.
  • Sally, wife of Col. John, at Coventry, aged 51 years, Jan. 14, 1822.
  • Horatio, second son of Henry, Esq., in 8th year, Jan. 16, 1822.
  • Isaac, at North Providence, in 30th year, Aug. 30, 1822.
  • Martin, formerly of Rehoboth, at Providence, Oct. 8, 1822.
  • Sarah, wife of Capt. Jonathan, at Newport, in 59th year, Society of Friends, Oct. 13, 1822.
  • John H., Esq., formerly M.C. from Tennessee, American of Oct. 25, 1822.
  • Sally, wife of Augustus, daughter of Jesse Cooke, at Coventry, aged 26 years, Oct. 27, 1822.
  • Cynthia, wife of Samuel, at Coventry, aged 49 years. American of Nov. 12, 1822.
  • ---- ---, son of Henry, aged 3 months, Jan. 25, 1823.
  • Mary C., daughter of late Daniel, in 27th year, March 7, 1823.
  • Isaac, in 84th year, Aug. 10, 1823.
  • James, at Warren, in 66th year. American of Nov. 18, 1823.
  • Mary, wife of Smith, Esq., at Warren, in 85th year, Jan. 2, 1824.
  • Eliphalet, at Warren; was instantly killed by a fall from the foreyard of vessel; leaves wife and 5 children, Feb. 3, 1824.
  • Mary, wife of Col. Joseph, daughter of Hon. Thomas Tillinghast, of East Greenwich, at Coventry, in 49th year, Feb. 15, 1824.
  • Abraham, Esq., postmaster at Fall River; many years member of legislature, March 9, 1824.
  • John, at Tiverton, aged 80 years, March 9, 1824.
  • Capt. Ezra, of Ship Sarah Ralston, aged 54 years, drowned at sea on passage from Philadelphia to Liverpool; was son of late Isaac, formerly of Providence, April 23, 1824.
  • Ruth, widow of Abraham, at Fall River, aged 55 years, Aug. 4, 1824.
  • Benjamin, Esq., aged 65 years, native of Providence, and late of Newport, N.Y., in West Tennessee, Oct. 16, 1824.
  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of Dr. Joseph, and daughter of late Peter Simons, of Newport, at Glocester, Dec. 7, 1824.
  • Sarah, wife of Dr. William, in 78th year, April 23, 1825.
  • Josiah, of Warren, at sea on board Schooner Favorite, at Nubican, N.C., May 14, 1825.
  • Rowena, wife of Stephen, and daughter of Robert Porter, Esq., of Freetown, Mass., at Newport, aged 21 years, June 17, 1825.
  • Stephen, at Rehoboth, aged 59 years, from the heat, died in the field, July 11, 1825.
  • Stephen, son of Stephen, at Newport, aged 7 months. American of Aug. 30, 1825.
  • Anne, at Warren, aged about 63 years. American of Oct. 18, 1825.
  • William Westcott, second son of George W., aged 1 year, June 6, 1826.
  • William Bradford, resident of Cuba, eldest son of Col. Ephraim, at New York, in 49th year, Aug. 26, 1826.
  • Pardon, M. D., aged 69 years, at Potowomut, Oct. 25, 1826.
  • John, at Warren, aged 33 years. American of Jan. 30, 1827.
  • George P. of Rhode Island, at New York Hospital, aged 22 years. American of March 13, 1827.
  • Smith, Esq., at Warren, in 90th year. American of April 10, 1827.
  • Henry, of Warren, at Trinidad, Cuba, aged 36 years, June 10, 1827.
  • Anna, wife of Elisha, at Scituate, in 59th year, of Society of Friends, June 12, 1827.
  • Martha Maria, infant daughter of Thomas, aged 19 years, Sept. 18, 1827.
  • Nancy, wife of Andrew, aged 55 years, Oct. 25, 1827.
  • Haile, son of late Capt. Haile, of Barrington, at New York. American of Nov. 9, 1827.
  • Col. Robert, aged 31 years, Dec. 10, 1827.
  • Daniel, son of James, Esq., of Barrington; has left a wife and child; was mate of Brig Dolly of Warren, at New Orleans. American of March 25, 1828.
  • Mary, wife of William, of Sempronius, N.Y., at Warren, July 7, 1828.
  • George T., Esq., professor of Chemistry, in Nashville University, aged 28 years, at Nashville, Tenn.; was son of Col. Ephraim. In 1819 joined the Sophomore Class, Yale College; graduated Sept. 11, 1822, Oct. 27, 1828.
  • Capt. Isaac, aged 51 years, Nov. 10, 1828.
  • Polly, widow of John, at Warren, June 26, 1829.
  • Miss Mary, at Seekonk, at the residence of her brother Thomas, aged 70 years, Nov. 30, 1829.
  • Eleanor, widow of Daniel, aged 70 years. American of March 16, 1830.
  • Rebecca, widow of Benjamin, at Warren, in 66th year, May 13, 1830.
  • Polly, wife of Owen, suddenly, in bed. Her husband found her dead, her infant sleeping in her arms. American of Aug. 13, 1830.
  • Ruth, daughter of late Nathan, at Warren, in 54th year, March 11, 1831.
  • Mary, widow of Ichabod, and daughter of late William Dexter, of Providence, at Seekonk, July 22, 1831.
  • Joseph, Jr., at Glocester, aged 43 years, Aug. 25, 1831.
  • Capt. Jonathan, late of Newport, at Somerset, aged 72 years, for some years a member of the Legislature, from that town. American of Nov. 11, 1831.
  • Dr. William. aged 85 years, had practiced medicine 64 years, Jan. 17, 1832.
  • Condace, wife of Dr. Horatio G., and daughter of late Samuel Nightingale, Esq., in 54th year, Jan. 22, 1832.
  • Pearce, at Bristol, of the fever, July 27, 1832.
  • Joseph, at Chepachet, aged about 80 years, Aug. 13, 1832.
BOWERS
  • Eli, of Poughkeepsie, weaver, killed by an explosion on board steamboat Ohio, near Sing Sing. American of July 10, 1832.
  • John, in this town, in 22d year, Aug. 17, 1812.
  • Caleb, merchant, in 39th year, in this town, leaves 4 children, March 26, 1815.
  • Andrew J. T., eldest son of Rev. James, rector St. Michael's Church, Marblehead, at South Kingstown. American of Jan. 5, 1816.
  • Edward, at Seekonk, in 56th year. American of Jan. 16, 1816.
  • Mary, widow of Edward, at Seekonk, in 56th year. American of Jan. 16, 1816.
  • Sarah, wife of Sylvester, at Providence, in 36th year, Feb. 8, 1818.
  • Ann, daughter of the late Capt. David, of Somerset, Mass., at Warren, in 28th year, April 10, 1819.
  • John, Esq., late of Somerset, Mass., aged 55 years. He embarked from this town last autumn as supercargo of brig Richard, on a trading voyage, on coast of Africa, March 21, 1820.
  • Jerathnael, eldest son of the late John, Esq., at Newport, in 27th year, July 21, 1820.
  • Alfred, formerly of Pawtucket, at Wilmington, N.C., in 34th year, Aug. 11, 1821.
  • Capt. George, formerly of Somerset, Mass., at Island of St. Simons, Georgia, in 44th year, Feb. 28, 1823.
  • Albert Lafayette, infant son of Albert E., at Pawtucket, aged 1 year, 7 months, June 14, 1826.
  • Mary, widow of John, and daughter of late James Robinson, of Newport, at Cincinnati, June 25, 1826.
  • Mary, aged 74 years, July 13, 1826.
  • Mary, widow of Col. Philip, at Somerset, aged 65 years, Oct. 30, 1827.
  • Ann, wife of Henry G., of Northampton, and daughter of Daniel Butler, at Petersburg, Va., March 18, 1828.
BOWIE
  • Lieut. ---- ---, U.S Light Dragoons, killed in the duel with Lieut. Haigh, at New Orleans. American of June 20, 1809.
  • Gen. Robert, of Nottingham, Md., in 68th year, a soldier of the Revolution, and formerly Governor of Maryland, Jan. 8, 1818.
  • Thomas, of Maryland; had attended church to hear a pastor preach and stricken during the service, at Washington City. American of Feb. 11, 1823.
BOWLAND
  • Dr. Francis, at Somerset, aged 69 years, Nov. 22, 1824.
BOWLER
  • Maria Jacobs, daughter of Charles L., at Providence, aged 3 years, 2 months, April 16, 1824.
  • Daniel Aborn, son of Charles L., aged 1 year, 4 months, July 27, 1825.
BOWLES
  • John, fell overboard from a steamboat while picking a quarrel with a Mr. Watson, near Mobile, Ala., Aug. 9, 1831.
  • John, painter, fell overboard; was intoxicated, at Mobile. American of Aug. 30, 1831.
BOWLIN
  • Betsey, 5th wife of Thomas, at Boston, aged 55 years. American of April 29, 1831.
BOWNE
  • Robert, of Society of Friends, at New York, in 74th year. American of Aug. 7, 1818.
  • William, Esq., killed in a duel with Richard J. Uniake(?), an attorney and son of the Attorney General, of Nova Scotia, at Halifax, July 21, 1819.
  • Capt. Henry, formerly of Albany, at Charlton, N.Y., aged 80 years, soldier in the Revolution; was at Quebec with Montgomery; was at battles of Trenton and Monmouth; suddenly, as he was about to go to church. American of Jan. 8, 1830.
BOWYER
  • Lieut. Thomas H., native of Virginia, on board sloop of war Peacock. American of Nov. 1, 1822.
  • Godfrey, shot while sitting in his doorway at Vallis Mines, Mo. American of Feb. 12, 1828.
BOX
  • Peter B., Esq., Portsmouth, at Albany, N.Y. American of Dec. 1, 1815.
BOYCE
  • Amos, killed by the caving in of a well, at Pawtucket. He had been buried one hour and a half when taken out, but life was extinct, April 20, 1824.
BOYD
  • Jemima, wife of William, and daughter of William Tallman, of Newport, aged 37 years, at Portsmouth, Sept. 25, 1822.
  • Abigail, daughter of Andrew, late of East Greenwich, at Warwick Neck, in 45th year, March 23, 1826.
  • Nancy, widow of late Samuel, in 62d year, July 21, 1827.
  • ---- ----, Esq., an attorney, suicide, at Hackensack, N.J. American of March 4, 1828.
  • Joseph, aged 32 years, Sept. 3, 1828.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Andrew, at East Greenwich, aged 83 years, March 9, 1829.
  • Elizabeth Hall, daughter of late Joseph, aged 7 months, Aug. 14, 1829.
  • John P., naval officer for Boston and Charleston, and formerly Brig. General, U.S. Army, at Boston. American of Oct. 5, 1830.
  • Robert, son of Archibald, of Derry, Ireland, executed at Malaga, Spain. American of March 13, 1832.
  • Alonzo Brown, son of Samuel, in 4th year, Sept. 12, 1832.
BOYER
  • Mrs. ---- ----, a midwife. She had been present at the birth of 2,146 children in course of 50 years and her first and last call was at the house of Adam Dirting, where she was taken ill and died, aged 90 years, at Shenandoah, Va. American of April 4, 1815.
BOYLE
  • M., physician to Louis XVIII, in Paris, aged 40 years. American of Aug. 6, 1816.
  • John, Esq., aged 58 years, eldest son of late Col. John, at Boston. American of Feb. 25, 1831.
BOWLER
  • Metcalf, Jr., merchant, at Providence, in 29th year, Jan. 24, 1819.
  • Elizabeth Aborn, daughter of Charles L., aged 4 years, 4 months, Feb. 16, 1819.
  • Capt. Charles, of Bristol, thrown from quarterdeck of Sloop Caroline by the boom, on passage from Albany, Dec. 11, 1828.
  • Hannah G., daughter of Charles L., aged 4 years, to months, July 2, 1832.
  • Martha, wife of Capt. Metcalf, in 72d year, Jan. 3, 1833.
BOYLESTON
  • Ward Nicholas, maternal uncle of the President of the United States, at Roxbury, aged 78 years. American of Jan. 11, 1828.
BRABRIVER
  • William Augustus, son Of William A., of Boston, at Pawtucket, Aug. 20, 1824.
BRACKEN
  • Rt. Rev. John, of the Episcopal Church of Virginia, at Williamsburgh, Va. American of July 31, 1818.
BRADBURY
  • Hon. George, at Portland, Me., formerly Member of Congress. American of Nov. 25, 1823.
  • Joel, in this town, Nov. 5, 1808.
  • Mrs. Mary, wife of William, in this town, in 35th year, Dec. 11, 1809.
  • Daniel, Esq., at Bristol, in 89th year. American of Aug. 3, 1810.
  • Susannah, widow of Daniel, Esq., daughter of the late Col. Leonard Jarvis, of Boston, at Bristol, aged 76 years, Dec. 31, 1815.
  • William, at London, executed for forgery of an exchange bill for 900, purporting to have been drawn by Capt. Kerr, of the Acasta frigate; age was 23 years. American of March 15, 1816.
  • Mrs. Mary, widow of Dr. Solomon, in 84th year, May 21, 1816.
  • Samuel, Esq., at Boston, sheriff of the county, Sept. 5, 1818.
  • Beulah, widow of Joseph, in 81st year. American of Dec. 29, 1818.
  • Anthony, Esq., at Plainfield, Ct. American of July 27, 1819.
  • Capt. John W., youngest son of the late Major William, of Bristol, at sea, on board his vessel, in 26th year, Nov. 12, 1819.
  • Capt. John, of Bristol, aged about 25 years, on coast of Africa, Nov. 12, 1819.
  • Levi, at South Kingstown, in 63d year, Sept. 21, 1820.
  • Hon. Daniel, at Bristol, aged 43 years; was formerly chief justice of Court of Common Pleas for the County; clerk of the court and member of General Assembly, also member of the Town Council. (Masonic honors), Feb. 27, 1821.
  • LeBaron, of Ship Ann, of Bristol, at Havana, in 22d year, April 18, 1821.
  • Daniel, Esq., of Boston, in Mississippi; was graduate of Harvard 1815; had completed his law course and had been a tutor in Transylvania University. American of Sept. 11, 1821.
  • Sarah, widow of LeBaron, late of Bristol, at Plymouth, aged 67 years, Nov. 10, 1821.
  • Abby, wife of Hersey, and daughter of Dr. Sheffield Atwood, aged 25 years, at Bristol, April 16, 1822.
  • Major Charles, son in law of John Corliss, Esq., of Providence, at Pensacola, of the fever. American of Oct. 11, 1822.
  • ----, the sheriff, at New Orleans, of the fever. American of Oct. 11, 1822.
  • Edward James, second son of Capt. William, of Bristol, in 17th year, on coast of Africa, on board Sloop Henry, Dec. 22, 1822.
  • Capt. Seth, at Duxbury, aged 88 years, grandson of Samuel, who was grandson of William, second Governor of Plymouth Colony. He possessed at death a portion of his ancestor's farm, Feb. 20, 1823.
  • Sylvanus, at Glocester, aged 30 years, formerly of Kingston, Mass., March 21, 1823.
  • George, in 66th year, May 12, 1823.
  • George; was born in Rehoboth; served in the army of the Revolution; wounded in an arm, for which he had a pension; served the town for years as a constable; leaves wife and several children. American of May 20, 1823.
  • Mrs. Betsey, at Montville, Ct., aged 72 years, killed by lightning while at church, May 25, 1823.
  • Gamaliel, Warden of the Massachusetts State Prison, at Cambridge, aged 60 years. American of March 12, 1824.
  • William Henry, son of William B., aged 15 months, July 29, 1824.
  • Rev. John, at Roxbury, Mass., aged 69 years. American of Feb. 4, 1825.
  • Nathaniel, of Portland, at sea, on board Brig Fame, from Havana, May 7, 1825.
  • Miss Sally, formerly of Providence, at Boston, aged 58 years. American of June 17, 1825.
  • Leonard J., son of late Capt. Leonard J., of Bristol, at Havana, aged 17 years; was attached to Ship Roger Williams. When going into Havana Harbor he was so severely wounded in firing the cannon as to lose an arm by amputation, which he survived but a few days, May 2, 1827.
  • Samuel, son of Samuel, aged 20 years, at Bristol, Aug. 12, 1827.
  • Stephen H., aged 32 years, from an overdose of laudanum, July 22, 1828.
  • Stephen H., suddenly, in 32d year, July 23, 1828.
  • Joseph, in 52d year, Aug. 10, 1828.
  • George, son of George H., aged 20 years, Oct. 15, 1829.
  • John, at Lexington, Ky., chairman board of trustees for Transylvania University, high sheriff of the county, and first editor of the Kentucky Gazette. American of April 16, 1830.
  • Cornelius, American Consul at Lyons, France, in Jerusalem, Palestine. American of Dec. 31, 1830.
  • Charlotte Frances, daughter of George H., aged 3 years, Oct. 11, 1832.
BRADISH
  • Elizabeth Gibbs, wife of Luther, Esq., of New York, and daughter of the late George Gibbs, Esq., of Newport, at Boston, aged 29 years, April 5, 1816.
  • Mrs. ---- ----, at New Brunswick, N. J., late keeper of a fashionable boarding house on Broadway, N.Y. American of Sept. 6, 1822.
  • Mrs. ---- ----, the boarding house keeper. Her death by yellow fever is contradicted. American of Sept. 13, 1822.
BRADLEY
  • Sarah Lindly, daughter of Capt. William, in this town, aged 4 years, 4 months and 17 days, Aug. 22, 1814.
  • Charlotte Jeanette, daughter of Capt. William, in this town, aged 1 year, 6 months, 19 days, March 27, 1816.
  • Capt. Erastus, late of Connecticut, at Samarang, Java, April 1, 1816.
  • Louisa Jeanette, daughter of Capt. William, aged 1 year, 3 months, Oct. 6, 1817.
  • John S., at New Haven, merchant. American of Oct. 23, 1818.
  • Hannah Clayton, infant daughter of Capt. William, aged 14 months, 26 days, Aug. 5, 1819.
  • Mr. ---- ----, the Yorkshire giant, in England. When dead he measured 9 feet in length and 3 feet across shoulders, May 31, 1820.
  • Dr. William Henry, only son of Dr. William, of Providence, at Havana, about April 25, 1825.
  • Gen. Henry, formerly Lieut. Governor of the State, at South Carolina. American of May 24, 1825.
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, aged 74 years, June 15, 1827.
  • Joseph W., son of Samuel, aged 12 years. While riding in a stage, in going down hill, he put his head out of the window when the tire of the wheel broke and struck him in the head, causing death, Aug. 19, 1830.
  • Hon. Stephen R., at Walpole, N.H.; was born Oct. 20, 1754, in Wallingford, near Cheshire, Conn. Graduate at Yale on eve of Revolution; entered the Army serving on staff of Gen. Wooster at the time he fell; studied law with Judge Beebe, at Litchfield 1780; established himself at Westminster, Vt.; was one of the state's first Senators in Congress. American of Dec. 21, 1830.
BRADSHAW
  • Jonathan, at Warren, in 76th year, soldier and pensioner of the Revolution, Jan. 10, 1826.
BRADY
  • Nathan, Jr., of Stewart Co., Ga.; was shot by an unseen foe, supposed to be an Indian, as he is the third victim at this spot; was years member of the Assembly. American of March 22, 1831.
BRAGG
  • Dianna Jenckes, in this town, aged 21 months, Jan. 26, 1813.
  • Phebe Ann, daughter of Wheaton, in 9th year, Nov. 21, 1817.
  • Phebe Ann, daughter of Wheaton, aged 18 months, July 29, 1821.
  • Wheaton, Jr., son of Wheaton, in 5th year, Aug. 20, 1821.
  • John, at Dighton, Mass., in 87th year, Sept. 19, 1824.
  • Sally, of Dighton, daughter of late John, of and at Providence; her remains were removed to Dighton for burial; was in her 57th year, Jan. 18, 1829.
BRAINARD
  • John C., Esq., former editor of Connecticut Mirror, at New London, Ct. American of Oct. 7, 1828.
BRALEY
  • Lydia, wife of Elijah, at Rochester, Mass., aged 69 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • Elijah, at Rochester, Mass., aged 72 years, between March 23 and April 14, 1816.
  • Amos, postmaster, at Freeport. American of April 26, 1816.
  • ----, wife of Ebenezer, at Freeport. American of April 26, 1816.
BRAMAN
  • David, Sr., at Newport, aged 75 years; many years member First Baptist Church. American of Dec. 15, 1820.
  • Thomas, of Newport, at Staten Island, aged 26 years, Aug. 2, 1823.
  • Eunice, widow of David, at Newport, aged 77 years, Sept. 22, 1824.
BRANCH
  • Nicholas, in this town, in 55th year, Feb. 16, 1811.
  • Joanna, widow of Daniel, in this town, aged 81 years. American of April 12, 1811.
  • Col. Sanford, aged 45 years (Masonic honors), Aug. 20, 1818.
  • Mary, wife of Aholiah, at Cranston, in 47th year. American of May 7, 1819.
  • Lucretia, wife of Stephen, aged 30 years; leaves 6 children, Feb. 18, 1820.
  • Henry, son of Amos, at Sterling, Ct., aged 6 years. American of Oct. 28, 1823.
  • Rachel, wife of Nathaniel, at Uxbridge, in 51st year. American of March 25, 1825.
  • Emily, wife of Stephen, Esq., in 31st year, July 21, 1825.
  • Eliza Ann, daughter of John, at Olneyville, aged 15 months, Aug. 6, 1826.
  • Ezra, in 54th year, Jan. 21, 1827.
  • Emma, wife of Daniel, aged 63 years, Oct. 15, 1828.
  • Mary Jane, youngest daughter of William, Sept. 30, 1829.
BRANDT
  • John, Chief of the Mohawks, at Mohawk Village, near Brantford, N.Y. American of Sept. 14, 1832.
BRASIER
  • William, of Boston, aged 20 years, at New York Hospital, between Dec. 1, 1821, and Feb. 28, 1822, of labes messenterica. American of March 22, 1822.
BRATTELL
  • Capt. Robert, in this town, in 73d year, June 17, 1809.
  • Susanna, widow of Robert, at Pawtuxet, aged 70 years. American of Nov. 7, 1815.
BRAXTON
  • Mrs. Tayloe, in the burning of the Richmond, Va., theatre, Dec. 26, 1811.
BRAY
  • Edmund, at Batavia, E.I.; was from Providence, on board ship Liverpool, Aug. 2, 1821.
  • Edmund, of Pawtucket, on board the ship Liverpool Packet of Boston, on passage from Batavia. American of April 26, 1822.
  • John, comedian, long a resident of the United States, at Leeds, Eng. American of Aug. 13, 1822.
  • Mrs. Sarah, of the theatre, aged 34 years. American of July 5, 1825.
BRAYMAN
  • John, native of London; fell from masthead of schooner Washington, in Newport harbor ; lived two hours, June 7, 1825.
BRAYTON
  • Alice, wife of Boyleston, and daughter of the late Col. Elisha Mowry, at Smithfield, in 31st year, March 18, 1812.
  • Sarah, at Smithfield, Nov. 4, 1813.
  • Charles A., eldest son of Charles, Esq., in 16th year, at Warwick, March 27, 1816.
  • Hannah, widow of Preserved, of Rehoboth, of Society of Friends, in her 60th year, April 28, 1816.
  • Miss Martha L., at Warwick, in 24th year, Aug. 19, 1818.
  • Robert, at Newport, in 65th year. American of Oct. 12, 1819.
  • Ann Mercy, only daughter of Hon. Charles, at Warwick, in 22d year, Feb. 23, 1820.
  • Mary H., wife of Stephen and daughter of John Gray, at Swanzey, aged 18 years, May 13, 1822.
  • Cynthia, only surviving daughter of John, at Smithfield, in 31st year, Feb. 20, 1822.
  • Robert, at New Bedford, of Society of Friends, aged 50 years, Dec. 29, 1822.
  • William, son of Capt. William, at Warren, Aug. 27, 1824.
  • John, at Somerset, in 67th year; member of Methodist Church there more than thirty years; sermon by Rev. Mr. Culver; Joshua II:2. March 12, 1829.
  • Zuriah, wife of Major Benjamin, at Fall River, aged 76 years, Oct. 27, 1829.
  • Matilda, wife of Capt. John, and only daughter of John Tyler, Esq., at Foster, in 20th year, Nov. 21, 1829.
  • Major Benjamin, a soldier of the Revolution, at Fall River, aged 73 years, Dec. 3, 1829.
  • David C., son of David, at Smithfield, aged 8 years, April 19, 1831.
  • Stephen, Esq., formerly of Smithfield, R.I., at Fairfield, Hirkimer Co., N.Y., in 90th year, April 23, 1831.
  • Daniel, aged 67 years, Dec. 18, 1831.
  • Capt. James W., at Warren, aged 74 years; soldier of the Revolution, Sept. 23, 1832.
BRAZER
  • Samuel, Jr., Esq., son of Samuel, of Worcester, at Baltimore; was formerly editor of National AEgis, Feb. 24, 1823.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Samuel, Esq., at Worcester, Mass. American of June 15, 1824.
BRAZIL
  • Empress of, died, Dec. 10, 1826.
BREASHEARS
  • Richard B., a midshipman U.S. Navy, at Char!eston. American of Sept. 23, 1817.
BRECK
  • Charles, Esq., of Pennsylvania, at Amsterdam, May 7, 1821.
  • Rachal, widow of Robert, Esq., aged 80 years, Aug. 30, 1824.
  • Jonathan, at Union, Me., aged 87 years; soldier of the Revolution under Lafayette. American of March 12, 1830.
BRECKENRIDGE
  • Joseph C., Secretary of State of Kentucky. American of Sept. 23, 1823.
BREED
  • William, at Lynn, Mass., aged 60 years, of Society of Friends, long an inhabitant of Nahant; leaves wife and two sons. American of May 25, 1819.
  • Simeon, Esq., aged 59 years; president Norwich Bank, at Norwich, Ct., Aug. 22, 1822.
  • Nehemiah, at Lynn, Mass., of Society of Friends. American of July 4, 1823.
BREESE
  • Francis, U.S. Navy, son of the late Major John, of Newport, aged 35 years, at sea, on passage from New York to Boston. American of April 18, 1815.
  • Catharine, daughter of late John, at Newport, aged 36 years. American of Oct. 24, 1826.
BRENT
  • Hon. Richard, U.S. Senator from Virginia, at Washington, Dec. 30, 1814.
  • Robert, Esq., late paymaster general U.S. Army, at Washington, D.C. American of Sept. 17, 1819.
  • George F., formerly of Virginia, at Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 23, 1825.
BRENTON
  • James, son of Benjamin, of Newport, at Schagticoke, N.Y., aged 39 years, June 15, 1816.
  • Rachal, wife of Benjamin, at Newport, aged 79 years, 63 years a worthy consort, Nov. 5, 1824.
  • Phebe (colored), at the Asylum, Dec. 30, 1828.
BREWER
  • Thomas, at Taunton, aged 20 years, Jan. 11, 1809.
  • Susan, daughter of Daniel, at Taunton, aged 29 years, July 27, 1809.
  • Samuel, merchant, at New York, in 36th year. American of March 7, 1815.
  • Ruth, wife of John, and daughter of Robert Hall, of Windham, N.Y., at Providence, aged 41 years, May 12, 1822.
  • John, in 49th year, bookseller, Nov. 29, 1825.
  • Daniel, at Taunton, aged 82 years, Dec. 3, 1825.
  • John, aged 75 years, Feb. 3, 1829.
  • Mr. ----, a merchant, of Peekskill, killed in the Clift St., New York, catastrophe, May 4, 1832.
  • Simeon, Jr., son of Simeon, aged 9 years, Sept. 14, 1832.
BREWERTON
  • Lieut. Commander George D., of U.S. Marines, in Pacific Ocean, at Valparaiso, Jan. 31, 1827.
BREWSTER
  • John, at Hampton, Ct., aged 84 years, Aug. 18, 1823.
  • Major Henry, at Blooming Grove, aged 79 years; soldier of the Revolution. American of March 30, 1830.


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