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 - BRIANT to BYRON

[Transcribed by Dave Swerdfeger]



BRIANT
  • Mrs. Deborah, at Barrington, aged 36 years. American of Oct. 10, 1815.
BRIARD
  • George, aged 27 years, at Portsmouth, N.H., midshipman U.S. Navy. American of Dec. 22, 1829.
  • George, at Portsmouth, N.H., aged 27 years. American of Dec. 22, 1829.
BRICE
  • Robert, seaman, killed on board U.S. Frigate Constitution in action with the Guerriere, Aug. 20, 1812.
BRICKLEY
  • Arthur P., second son of Capt. Henry, in this town, in 17th year, Dec. 28, 1815.
  • Elizabeth Westcott, daughter of Capt. Henry, aged 13 months, Sept. 6, 1821.
  • William W., son of Henry, aged 27 years, Sept. 16, 1832.
BRIDE
  • Ira E., formerly a resident of Union Village, N.Y., drowned at Swanzey, July 27; his body recovered 29th. American of Aug. 8, 1823.
BRIDGE
  • Hon. Matthew, Esq., at Charlestown, Mass., aged 66 years. American of Nov. 29, 1814.
  • Samuel, of Boston, at Peter Hilton's Shot Tower Mansion, New York. American of Sept. 10, 1830.
BRIDGHAM
  • Martha, widow of Dr. Joseph, at Rehoboth, in 71st year, July 8, 1810.
BRIGHAM
  • Hon. Elijah, M. C. from Massachusetts, at Washington, D.C., Feb. 22, 1816.
  • Paul, at Norwich, Vt., aged 79 years, late Lieut. Governor of the State. American of July 13, 1824.
BRIDGHAM
  • Lieut. Ezekiel, at Grafton, Mass., aged 81 years. American of Dec. 26, 1828.
BRIGGS
  • Ethan E., of New Shoreham, drowned from an open boat, Oct. 30, 1810.
  • Amey, in this town, June 3, 1811.
  • Richard, son of Job, of Little Compton, at Boston, aged 28 years, July 20, 1814.
  • Harriet, wife of Col. Thomas, in this town, in 25th year, June 5, 1816.
  • Artemus, only child of Greenleaf, aged 7 years, 6 months, drowned above Pawtuxet Falls, March 5, 1817.
  • Nathan, son of John, Jr., of and at Warwick, in 23d year. American of June 2, 1818.
  • Miriam, wife of Silas, formerly of Norton, at Sutton, in 39th year, Aug. 6, 1819.
  • Susan, daughter of John, at Warwick, in 10th year. American of Sept. 21, 1819.
  • Cornelius, son of the late Cornelius, at Little Compton, Oct. 26, 1819.
  • Mrs. Nancy, in 67th year, Oct. 23, 1820.
  • Sarah, wife of Job, at Taunton, aged about 73 years, April 8, 1821.
  • Deacon Nathaniel, at Taunton, in 89th year. American of Aug. 14, 1821.
  • Russell, at Coventry, aged 39 years, was killed in the wheel pit by the turning of wheel, June 4, 1822.
  • Eliza, wife of Amos, in 32d year, Jan. 11, 1822.
  • Elijah, at Blackstone, aged 30 years, Jan. 23, 1822.
  • Daniel, at Taunton, aged 82 years, Feb. 10, 1822.
  • Major Thomas, aged 65 years, at Little Compton, formerly member of General Assembly. American of May 7, 1822.
  • Jethro, at Little Compton, aged 26 years. American of Sept. 3, 1822.
  • James, of Brattleboro, Vt., at Taunton, aged 26 years; was taken ill in the evening and died the next morning, Sept. 15, 1822.
  • Sarah, wife of John, at Warwick, in 47th year. American of Feb. 25, 1823.
  • Mrs. Anna, at Smithfield, in 53d year, March 21, 1823.
  • George, at Dighton, aged about 60 years. American of Oct. 7, 1823.
  • Lyman, at Pawtucket, in 18th year, Oct. 10, 1823.
  • Sarah, widow of Samuel, at Wellington, aged 102 years, Nov. 19, 1823.
  • Mary, widow, aged 102 years, at Wellington, Mass. She leaves 9 children of the following ages: Samuel, 79; Elizabeth, 77; Jemima, 73; Hannah, 72; Abiezer, 70; Abner, 68; Robey, 63; Zebedee, 60; Eliakim, 57; 56 grand and 47 great grandchildren. American of Dec. 23, 1823.
  • Jethro, at Newport, in 80th year, Feb. 22, 1824.
  • Julia Ann, daughter of Edward, aged 17 years, March 22, 1825.
  • Sarah, wife of Thomas, and daughter of Nathaniel Carpenter, of Cranston, aged 37 years, at Providence, April 3, 1825.
  • Martha, wife of Joseph, at Smithfield, aged 42 years, Oct. 12, 1825.
  • Capt. Jedediah, at Berkeley, aged 58 years, March 6, 1826.
  • William, Jr., at Newport, aged 26 years, suddenly, March 19, 1826.
  • Mrs. Patience, wife of Capt. William, at Newport, aged 73 years, Nov. 26, 1826.
  • Enos H., Jr., son of Enos H., aged 6 months, Feb. 12, 1827.
  • Eleazer C., formerly of Coventry, at Pawtucket, June 11, 1827.
  • Rebecca L., wife of Marshall B., at Raynham, aged 20 years. American of July 6, 1827.
  • Sarah W., daughter of John, at Pawtuxet, in 22d year, Dec. 11, 1827.
  • Amos, at Newport, aged 74 years. American of Jan. 11, 1828.
  • Mrs. Catharine B., wife of Eliakim, and daughter of James Yerrington, in 23d year, June 4, 1828.
  • Capt. Charles, formerly of East Greenwich, at Pawtucket, aged 82 years. American of June 10, 1828.
  • Sarah Ann, daughter of Amos, aged 7 months, Sept. 11, 1828.
  • Miss Martha, at Cumberland, suddenly, in 63d year. American of Sept. 16, 1828.
  • Fanny B., daughter of Miller, at Coventry, in 19th year, Oct. 24, 1828.
  • Edwin, at Norton, aged 26 years. American of Dec. 9, 1828.
  • Charles Joseph, son of Capt. Joseph, aged 8 months, May 8, 1829.
  • Capt. William, aged 76 years, at Newport, Sept. 4, 1829.
  • Col. Thomas, in 53d year, Dec. 5, 1829.
  • Harriet, daughter of Nehemiah, Esq., at Norton, aged 17 years. American of Jan. 19, 1830.
  • Catharine, daughter of Joseph, at Smithfield, in 19th year, Jan. 25, 1830.
  • Mary, wife of Joseph, at Newport, aged 82 years, April 3, 1830.
  • Susannah, widow of Major Thomas, at Little Compton, aged 69 years. American of April 6, 1830.
  • Capt. Thomas, at Berkeley, aged 98 years. His father lived 100 years and his grandfather about 110 years. American of June 22, 1830.
  • Benjamin, son of William, at Pawtuxet, in 17th year. American of Sept. 17, 1830.
  • Joseph, at Newport, aged 82 years, Oct. 5, 1830.
  • Alden, eldest son of Alden, Jr., at Pembroke, Mass., aged 2 years, Feb. 24, 1831.
  • Job, at Taunton, aged 86 years. American of June 14, 1831.
BRIDGHAM
  • Joseph, at Mendon, formerly of this town, in 46th year, Aug. 7, 1815.
BRIGHAM
  • Eliza Ann, wife of Dr. Adolphus, of Shrewsbury, at Southboro, aged 27 years, March 21, 1831.
BRIGHT
  • Harriet, wife of Henry, and daughter of Eli Veazie, at Boston, aged 26 years. American of Feb. 5, 1830.
BRIGHTMAN
  • Henry, at Troy, Mass., aged 83 years, May 26, 1825.
  • Jonathan, at Troy, Mass., aged 82 years 3 months, July 2, 1827.
BRINCKERHOFF
  • Abraham A., son of Abraham, Jr., of New York, on board U.S. Ship Constellation, in Matanzas Bay, Aug. 2, 1825.
BRINCKLE
  • Joshua Gordon, Esq., attorney at law, Grand Master of Grand Lodge of Delaware, at Wilmington, Del., in 33d year. American of Feb. 4, 1825.
BRINDLEY
  • Francis, at Newport, aged 88 years. American of April 26, 1816.
BRINGHURST
  • James, of Philadelphia, at Portsmouth, in 80th year, Feb. 27, 1810.
BRINLEY
  • George, Esq., commissary General, a native of Boston, at Halifax, N.S. American of May 30, 1809.
BRINTNALL
  • Capt. Thomas, at Clarendon, N.Y., aged 86 years, was an officer in the Revolution; was at Lexington, Bunker Hill and Bennington. American of Sept. 24, 1830.
BRISBANE
  • Sir Charles, at St. Vincents, Governor of the Island. American of Jan. 15, 1830.
BRISSAT
  • Silvain, at Albany, N.Y., aged 33 years, son of the celebrated Brissat, one of the promoters and victims of the French Revolution; was educated at the Polytechnick School, Paris, and employed as a mathematician at Guadaloupe, from whence he came to the United States, March 16, 1819.
BRISTO
  • James, killed by a falling tree on fire, in Cumberland Co., Ky., May 5, 1832.
BRISTOW
  • William, Clerk of Court and District, at Marlborough, S.C., Aug. 30, and on Sept. 1, his wife Satatia, both of bilious fever. American of Sept. 23, 1825.
BRITTLE
  • Admiral, Governor of the Danish East Indies, at Tanquebar. American of Aug. 15, 1817.
BRITT
  • John, at Bedford, Penn. He was one of the 13 who saved Gen. Washington from capture on the field of battle, from a fall. American of July 1, 1817.
BRITTAIN
  • Eunice, wife of Seth, at Raynham, aged 34 years. American of July 13, 1827.
BRITTION
  • William, late of New York, merchant, at Liverpool, Eng., aged 32 years. He died the second day after his arrival. American of July 26, 1825.
BROAD
  • Mr. ----, in England; was servant in the Marquis of Lansdown's family for 40 years. He was walking in the park with friends and picked up a dead adder and opened its mouth to show where the poison was located. The next day was found dead in bed. It is supposed from a cut on his finger the poison was conveyed to his system. American of Jan. 20, 1818.
  • Rev. Amos, at Woodbridge, aged 55 years, a travelling Free Will Baptist minister. American of June 15, 1830.
BROADBENT
  • Mr. ----, of Saddleworth, Eng., lost in the wreck of Ship Diamond. American of March 1, 1825.
BROADFIELD
  • James, seaman, perished in the wreck of the Schooner Quaker, March 6, 1820.
BROADHEAD
  • Daniel, at Philadelphia, in 76th year, soldier of the Revolution. American of Feb. 8, 1831.
BROADWAY
  • Charles, blacksmith, drowned near Fairbank's Mill, in Coventry, Dec. 15, 1828.
BROCKENBRIDGE
  • Hon. Henry Hugh, one of the Justices Supreme Court of Penn., which place he had held for nearly 17 years, at Carlisle, June 25, 1816.
BROCKETT
  • Abel, at North Haven, Ct., aged 90 years. American of Oct. 20, 1815.
BROCKET
  • Mrs. Sarah, at New Haven, Ct., aged 71 years. She was the first to die of a family of six sisters, the average of whose ages is 72 years, whose husbands are still living. American of Feb. 13, 1824.
BRODIE
  • Lady ---- ----, wife of Sir Peter, thrown from her carriage. American of Aug. 2, 1825.
BROECK
  • John T., at Albany, N.Y., Revolutionary patriot, Dec. 26, 1822.
BROMLEY
  • Erastus, of Connecticut, second mate of ship Asia, at sea, lost overboard, July 7, 1817.
  • James, drowned in the bay. American of May 25, 1827.
BRONAUGH
  • Dr. J. C., president of the Legislative Council of Florida, at Pensacola, of the fever. American of Oct. 11, 1822.
  • Dr. ---- ----, at New Orleans, of the fever. American of Oct. 11, 1822.
BRONSDON
  • Mrs. Clarrissa, wife of Boni, of Boston, and eldest daughter of Capt. Elijah Daggett, at Attleboro, in 32d year. June 16, 1816.
  • Benjamin, at Milton, aged 72 years. American of May 4, 1830.
BRONSON
  • Enos, Esq., at Philadelphia, aged 48 years, formerly editon and proprietor of United States Gazette. American of April 29, 1823.
  • Lewis, U.S. soldier, shot at a circus, in Savannah by another soldier named Kimball, Feb. 14, 1828.
  • George, only child of late Capt. S.G., who formerly commanded the ship Herold in the Liverpool trade, at Hingham while on a visit to his mother; was a member of the junior class, Brown University Jan. 19, 1830.
BROOKE
  • Gen. William, killed by his son Thomas, at Radnor, Penn., aged 83 years; was a soldier of the Revolution. American of Sept. 22, 1829.
BROOKS
  • William, of Marblehead, seaman of brig Success, wrecked on Brant Rock, Marshfield, 84 days from St. Petersburg, Russia, Nov. 27, 1811.
  • Harrington, of St. Albans, Vt., while running contraband goods, shot by the police. American of Dec. 6, 1811.
  • Hon. Samuel, a native of New England, at Natchez, Miss., suddenly; was State Treasurer at his death. American of March 13, 1818.
  • Joshua, at Hudson, N.Y., supposed to be 120 years old, July 5, 1822.
  • Dr. Ephraim, at Barre, Mass., long time a physician in that town. American of July 25, 1823.
  • Hon. John, late Governor of Massachusetts, at Medford, in 73d year, March 1, 1825.
  • Lieut. David, U.S. 2d Infantry, at Fortress Macinac, Mich., May 18, 1827.
  • Jonathan, at Albany, in 91st year. American of April 14, 1829.
  • John, was tried in Hartford Co., Ct., for murdering his father. He was a mulatto. American of Oct. 9, 1829.
  • Anna, wife of Hon. Peter C., precisely on completing her 59th year. She was a daughter of Judge Gorham, of Charlestown, Mass., at Medford, Feb. 21, 1830.
BROOME
  • William P., steward of the New York almshouse, of the cholera, July 27, 1832.
BROPHY
  • Naomi Adelaide, wife of Thomas H., at Cumberland, in 18th year, Jan. 1, 1824.
BROTHERTON
  • John, labourer, at Blyenhill, Stafford Co., Eng., in 80th year. He served in the 37th Regiment 18 years; was at the battle of Minden; was a man of great strength. American of March 20, 1810.
BROWN
  • Phebe, wife of Moses, of this town, Oct. 19, 1808.
  • Elizabeth, widow of John, at North Kingstown, in 93d year, Sept. 7, 1809.
  • Christopher, at Smithfield, in 40th year, July 8, 1809.
  • C. B., at Philadelphia, author of several books. American of March 9, 1810.
  • Seth, at Swanzey, in 54th year, April 26, 1810.
  • Amey, wife of Dexter, of this town, aged 67 years, June 1, 1810.
  • William, of this town, aged 24 years, June 9, 1810.
  • Capt. Zephaniah, in this town, suddenly, in 73d year, July 25, 1810.
  • George, son of Richard, in this town, in 65th year, Oct. 14, 1810.
  • Anstress, wife of Samuel, Esq., in this town, aged 25 years, Sept. 22, 1811.
  • William, in the burning of the Richmond, Va., theatre, Dec. 26, 1811.
  • Richard, in this town, aged 100 years, 12 days, March 22, 1812.
  • Hannah, widow of Capt. William S., in this town, in 54th year, April 15, 1812.
  • John, seaman, killed on board U.S. Frigate Constitution in action with the Guerriere, Aug. 20, 1812.
  • Ichabod, in this town, in 76th year, March 11, 1813.
  • ----, Lieut. of Marines, killed on board the Chesapeake in action with the Shannon, May 25, 1813.
  • Waterman, at North Providence, in 35th year, Sept. 3, 1813.
  • Mrs. Mary, late of this town, at Cranston, at an advanced age, March 11, 1814.
  • Hannah, widow of Charles, in this town, aged 80 years, Sept. 9, 1814.
  • Col. Chad, at Glocester, in 85th year; he and wife had lived together 67 years, were buried in one grave, died, Sept. 19, 1814.
  • Zerviah, wife of Col. Chad, at Glocester, in 90th year, Sept. 17, 1814.
  • Jabez, formerly of Cumberland, drowned near Vinal Haven, Me., while removing a cow from Deer Island to the mainland; was in his 44th year, Oct. 31, 1814.
  • Obadiah, Esq , in this town, in 53d year, Feb. 14, 1815.
  • Capt. Arthur, at Newport, in 46th year. American of March 24, 1815.
  • Freelove, widow of Capt. Zephaniah, in 68th year, April 17, 1815.
  • Elizabeth Foster, wife of Obadiah D., at Bristol, in 38th year. American of May 5, 1815.
  • Bonner (colored), at an advanced age. American of May 9, 1815.
  • Parker, formerly of Boxford, drowned in Belfast Bay, Me., by the upsetting of a boat. American of Nov. 3, 1815.
  • ---, burnt in a coal pit, at Deerfield, N.H., Jan. 2, 1816.
  • Capt. Elisha, of Tiverton, at Newport, died suddenly in the street, Feb. 6, 1816.
  • Edward, in this town, in 35th year. American of Feb. 9, 1816.
  • John, at Schnectady, N.Y., aged 51 years; fell dead in his neighbors arms. American of April 26, 1816.
  • Lydia, wife of Dea. John, at Rehoboth, in 79th year, May 5, 1816.
  • David, Friend minister, in New Jersey, aged 82 years. American of May 21, 1816.
  • James, Senior, in Ohio. American of May 28, 1816.
  • Major James, near Marietta, O. American of May 28, 1816.
  • Mrs. ----, wife of Major James. American of May 28, 1816.
  • ----, child of John, at Waterford, O. American of May 28, 1816.
  • Jesse, brother of Major James, at Olive Green, O. American of May 28, 1816.
  • Mrs. ----, wife of Jesse, at March 1, 1825.
  • . American of May 28, 1816.
  • John, brother of Major James, at Waterford, O. American of May 28, 1816.
  • Capt. ----, of schooner William, of this port, at Hamilton, Ber., Aug. 18, 1816.
  • Capt. Jeremiah, in this town, in 71st year, Jan. 4, 1817.
  • Governour Howe, eldest son of Major General Brown, aged 12 years, drowned at Brownville, N.Y., while skating. American of Jan. 10, 1817.
  • Capt. Jeremiah, of Charleston, S.C., in this town, in 74th year, Feb. 28, 1817.
  • Penelope, wife of Beriah, Jr., and daughter of George Spencer, of East Greenwich, in 42d year, of Society of Friends, at North Kingstown, April 3, 1817.
  • Amey, wife of Samuel, Esq. American of April 29, 1817.
  • Huldah, wife of Deacon Samuel, and daughter of the late John Hunt, at Seekonk, in 62d year, May 23, 1817.
  • William, at Barrington, aged 81 years. American of June 13, 1817.
  • Zebedee, Jr., at Seekonk, in 27th year, son of Capt. Zebedee, of this town, July 20, 1817.
  • Samuel, at Cherry Valley, N.Y., in 42d year; was a historical and statistical writer, Sept. 15, 1817.
  • Morris, at Providence, aged about 50 years, suddenly, Dec. 3, 1817.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Elisha, formerly of this town, at Johnston, in 69th year. American of Dec. 26, 1817.
  • Ensign Jonathan, at Russell, N.Y., aged 38 years. He was dnlling a private. While exercising with a loaded gun from which the priming had been shaken out, it exploded and killed him on the spot. Amrican of Dec. 30, 1817.
  • Dexter, at Seekonk, in 32d year. American of Jan. 13, 1818.
  • Sarah, eldest daughter of Abel, Esq., of Cumberland, at Vinal Haven, Mass., in 55th year. American of Jan. 13, 1818.
  • Col. Richard, a blooded Cherokee Indian, a great friend to the United States, in Tennessee. American of Feb. 27, 1818.
  • William, at Salem, Mass., aged 30 years, Friend minister. American of June 16, 1818.
  • Edward, only son of I---, at Schenectady, N.Y., aged 8 years. He suffered from a contraction of the sinews of the legs. A quack named William Wood tried to cure him. American of Aug. 28, 1803.
  • John, son of Capt. John, at New Orleans, on board brig Mary of this port, aged 23 years, Sept. 22, 1818.
  • Edward S., youngest child of Jeremiah, Esq., aged 21 months, Oct. 20, 1818.
  • Freelove, widow of Capt. James, in 54th year. American of June 15, 1819.
  • ----, at Montreal, a butcher, poisoned from skinning an oxx, June 27, 1819.
  • Mrs. Mary, at Warren, aged 71 years. American of Sept. 7, 1819.
  • George, murdered, in Chester Dist., S.C., Sept. 27, 1819.
  • Joanna Frances, daughter of James, aged 16 months. American of Oct. 15, 1819.
  • Smith, son of Elisha, at Burrillville, in 24th year. American of Nov. 30, 1819.
  • Lucretia, in 48th year, at Locke, Cayuga Co., N.Y., suddenly; has left 10 children, Dec. 26, 1819.
  • Phebe, widow of Bonno (colored), upwards of 90 years; many years a servant in Gov. Hopkin's family; sermon by Rev. Mr. Edes, Jan. 18, 1820.
  • Henry Francis, only son of Capt. Nicholas, at Glocester, in 7th year. American of March 7, 1820.
  • Mrs. Sarah, widow of John, at Johnston, in 83d year. American of March 7, 1820.
  • Philip, at Newport, in 58th year, suddenly. American of March 24, 1820.
  • Dr. Thomas, professor of Moral Philosophy in University of Edenburgh, at Brempton, Eng., in 42d year, died April 2, 1820. See his obituary in American of June 13, 1820.
  • Capt. Jesse, at Rehoboth, in 56th year, June 21, 1820.
  • Moses, Esq., at Beverley, Mass., aged 72 years; president of the bank; was a captain in the Revolution. American of June 23, 1820.
  • Susan, daughter of Capt. George L., aged 7 years, July 16, 1820.
  • Rev. Francis, president of Dartmouth College, at Hanover, N.H. American of Aug. 4, 1820.
  • Maria, wife of James, at Providence, in 25th year, Aug. 20, 1820.
  • James Francis, infant son of James, aged 3 months, 12 days, Sept. 1, 1820.
  • Sally, wife of Capt. John, in 31st year, Oct. 11, 1820.
  • Stephen, eldest son of Christopher, in 9th year. American of Dec. 19, 1820.
  • Thomas, son of late Edmund, at Newport, in 47th year, Feb. 23, 1821.
  • Abby, youngest daughter of John, aged 6 years, May 15, 1821.
  • James M., of Providence, aged 25 years, at sea, on board brig Nancy, on passage from Port au Prince to Charleston, June 20, 1821.
  • Mrs. Abigail, at Smithfield, in 50th year, July 24, 1821.
  • Julia A., youngest daughter of Pardon A., of Providence, at Foster, July 29, 1821.
  • Maria, widow of Capt. James N., daughter of late Dr. Stiles, of New Jersey, at Natchez. American of Aug. 24, 1821.
  • Daniel, late of Rhode Island, in Ohio, Oct. 4, 1821.
  • Leir, at Glocester, in 50th year, Nov. 15, 1821.
  • W. P. Olney, son of George C., aged 4 years, Dec. 10, 1821.
  • Susannah, widow of Capt. Jeremiah, in 66th year, Dec. 16, 1821.
  • John, son of Elisha, aged 28 years, Feb. 1, 1822.
  • Silas, Jr., son of Capt. Silas, at South Kingstown. aged 21 years, Feb. 14, 1822.
  • Robert, son of late Capt. William, in 22nd year, March 11, 1822.
  • Sylvester Luther, son of Capt. Whipple, in 4th year, March 24, 1822.
  • David, at Swanzey, aged 82 years; was a member of the Massachusetts Convention that adopted the National Constitution, April 18, 1822.
  • Deacon John, at Rehoboth, aged 85 years, May 29, 1822.
  • Miss Anna, at Seekonk, in 77th year, July 7, 1822.
  • Stuteley, Jr., at Wickford, aged 39 years, July 8, 1822.
  • Hannah, wife of George, at South Kingstown, in 72d year, July 9, 1822.
  • Deacon Kent, at Barrington, aged 57 years; leaves wife and 8 children; sermon by Rev. Mr. Williams, 11 Cor. V: 8, Aug. 9, 1822.
  • Maria Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Whipple, aged 1 year, Aug. 13, 1822.
  • Frances, wife of Capt. Silas, and eldest daughter of Benjamin Brenton, of Newport, at South Kingstown, aged 56 years, Sept. 14, 1822.
  • Lydia, widow of Capt. Daniel, at Newport, aged 76 years, Sept. 17, 1822.
  • Mary, daughter of late Deacon Kent, aged 28 years, at Barrington, Sept. 20, 1822.
  • Obadiah, only son of Moses, in 52d year, Society of Friends, Oct. 15, 1822.
  • Mrs. Abigail, at Tiverton, aged 88 years. Nov. 1, 1822.
  • James, son of Samuel N., of Providence, at Norwich, aged about 2 years, Nov. 3, 1822.
  • Abby, wife of Nicholas, Jr., and eldest daughter of late General James B., in 23d year, at sea, on her passage to New Providence for her health, Nov. 7, 1822.
  • Benjamin, aged 57 years, Jan. 26, 1823.
  • Jonathan, formerly of Seekonk, at Uxbridge, aged 30 years. American of Feb. 21, 1823.
  • Lydia, wife of Lewis C., and daughter of Noah Ballou, all of and at Cumberland, in 35th year, March 29, 1823.
  • James, in 34th year, April 17, 1823.
  • Hannah, wife of Isaac, at Tiverton, May 7, 1823.
  • George W., at Worcester, aged 29 years, formerly of Rehoboth, June 13, 1823.
  • Elizabeth W., native of Connecticut, at Norfolk, Va., had been employed as a teacher in this vicinity, Aug. 5, 1823.
  • Capt. John, of sloop Mary, of this port, at Charleston, S.C., Aug. 18, 1823.
  • George, native of Thompson, Ct., formerly of Foster, at Milford, O., in 30th year, Aug. 25, 1823.
  • Charles, formerly of North Kingstown, at Pawtuxet, in 78th year, Aug. 29, 1823.
  • Mrs. Anna, in 87th year, Sept. 22, 1823.
  • Robert, a young Englishman, buried by the American Consul at Tivoli, Italy. He fell into the falls and was drowned. American of Sept. 23, 1823.
  • Capt. John J., native of Rhode Island, near Pensacola. American of Nov. 25, 1823.
  • Leah, wife of Allen, at Warren, Dec. 3, 1823.
  • Pardon, at Middletown, aged 70 years. American of Dec. 9, 1823.
  • John Cooke, Esq., attorney at law, at Portsmouth, O., aged 26 years, son of late Capt. Elisha, of Tiverton; was a graduate of Brown University, Dec. 19, 1823.
  • Eugene L., son of the celebrated Charles Brockden Brown, at Philadelphia. American of April 9, 1824.
  • Sylvester, aged about 34 years, May 28, 1824.
  • Miss Elizabeth, at Newport, aged 69 years. American of Dec. 7, 1824.
  • Sarah, widow of Hon. John, in 87th year, Feb. 27, 1825.
  • ---- ----, wife of Capt. Lawrence; was sitting by the fire with a child in her arms. She fainted and fell into the fire and so badly burnt herself that death ensued. American of March 18, 1825.
  • Hannah G., wife of Beriah, and daughter of Benjamin Arnold, of Stanford, N.Y., at North Kingstown, in 39th year, a member of Society of Friends, April 10, 1825.
  • Henry B., grandson of late Col. Dexter, in 26th year, May 5, 1825.
  • Samuel, Esq., at Boston, aged 71 years, native of Newport, buried there, May 22, 1825.
  • Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of Col. Daniel, at Boston, aged 5 years, 6 months, June 7, 1825.
  • John, at almshouse, Billerica, committed suicide while insane, by forcing his wooden leg down his throat, aged 55 years. American of June 7, 1825.
  • Enock, at Lunburgh, aged 49 years, June 30, 1825.
  • John Carpenter, son of Joseph, aged 1 month, 21 days, July 4, 1825.
  • Simon, aged 18, and Orin, 5, sons of Thomas. This is the second time he has lost two sons at once, at Clinton, N.Y. American of July 22, 1825.
  • William, only son of Thurston, of Little Compton, at Providence, aged 18 years, Aug. 10, 1825.
  • Mary Gardiner, daughter of John, at South Kingstown, aged 13 months. American of Aug. 30, 1825.
  • John, at Seekonk, aged 81 years. Had professed religion more than 50 years, and 30 years member of the Baptist Church here. American of Oct. 7, 1825.
  • Adam, at Havana, in 25th year, Oct. 26, 1825.
  • Jeremiah, son of Peleg, at South Kingstown. American of Dec. 6, 1825.
  • John, a Revolutionary soldier, shot by his son, in Virginia. American of Dec. 6, 1825.
  • Tabitha, daughter of Peleg, at South Kingstown. American of Dec. 6, 1825.
  • Abner, eldest son of Jesse, at Cumberland, in 30th year, Jan. 22, 1826.
  • Major Elisha, at Tiverton, suddenly, aged 63 years, Jan. 25, 1826.
  • Bonner, Jr., (colored) in 65th year, Feb. 3, 1826.
  • Oliver H., son of Allen, at Foster, aged 23 years, March 11, 1826.
  • Dorcas, wife of late Obadiah M., of Society of Friends, in 63d year, suddenly, May 13, 1826.
  • Elisha, son of late Capt. Elisha, at Tiverton, in 19th year, May 26, 1826.
  • Cornelius A., infant son of late Adam, aged 4 months, 5 days, Aug. 20, 1826.
  • Laura M., infant daughter of Samuel, Esq., aged 1 year, 8 months, Aug. 31, 1826.
  • Lieut. Thomas S., U.S. Navy, at Austerlitz, N.Y.; was traveling for his health. American of Oct. 3, 1826.
  • Dr. Preston, shot by --- Smith, in Kentucky. American of Oct. 13, 1826.
  • Smith, at Pembroke, Mass., aged about 70 years, Society of Friends, early in Dec., 1826.
  • William Henry, son of John, in 4th year, Dec. 9, 1826.
  • Elisha, formerly of Providence, at Pembroke, Mass., aged 78 years. American of March 20, 1827.
  • Francis, at Marlow, N.H., aged 72 years; was at Lexington and served in the Revolution. American of April 20, 1827.
  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of Rev. Oliver, at Kingston, June 4, 1827.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Dr. Simeon, at Smithfield, aged about 105 years, June 7, 1827.
  • Capt. Elisha, at Boston, an officer in the Revolution, July 23, 1827.
  • Mary, daughter of late Thomas, at Newport, aged 56 years. American of July 31, 1827.
  • Susan, youngest daughter of Capt. Artemus, aged 4 years, Sept. 12, 1827.
  • Harriet Amelia, infant daughter of George C., aged 13 months, Sept. 30, 1827.
  • Capt. Artemus, of Concord, Mass., at Providence, in 34th year, Oct. 4, 1827.
  • Eliza, daughter of Eleazer, at Uxbridge, in 18th year, Nov. 14, 1827.
  • Capt. John, son of late William, of Newport, at Providence, in 56th year, suddenly. American of Dec. 11, 1827.
  • Miss Lydia, aged 64 years, July 15, 1828.
  • Elizabeth, widow of Charles, of North Kingstown, at Wickford, aged 70 years. American of Sept. 5, 1828.
  • Louisa, eldest daughter of Thomas, at Newport, aged 29 years, Sept. 10, 1828.
  • Jabez, son of Nicholas, of Cumberland, R.I., at Attleboro, Dec. 19, 1828.
  • William Kent, son of Nathaniel, aged 4 months, 14 days, Jan. 3, 1829.
  • Miss Deborah, formerly of Warren, at Providence, in 82d year, Jan. 7, 1829.
  • John, jeweller, formerly of New York, in Chili, aged 32 years, Jan. 8, 1829.
  • William, at Smithfield, in 84th year. American of Feb. 10, 1829.
  • Reuben, son of late Pero (colored), at Barrington. American of March 3, 1829.
  • David and Jonathan, twin brothers, aged 31 years; David died April 30, Jonathan May 2; David was seized suddenly with mental derangement which so affected Jonathan that he fell also a victim; both buried in one grave, at South Orange, N.J. American of May 19, 1829.
  • Fleet Greene, son of late Fleet, Esq., of Foster, at Providence, in 27th year, May 25, 1829.
  • Mary, widow of Capt. Clarke, at East Greenwich, funeral from the residence of her son Col. Benjamin, died July 19, 1829.
  • Gilbert Richmond, son of Pardon, aged 2 years, 6 months, Aug. 16, 1829.
  • Lydia, widow of Ichabod, in 77th year, more than 50 years member First Baptist Church, Dec. 2, 1829.
  • Miss Sally, aged about 64 years, Dec. 3, 1829.
  • Capt. Zebedee, aged 71 years, Jan. 2, 1830.
  • Capt. Palatiah, at Wrentham, aged 94 years; soldier of the Revolution; was at the capture of Burgoyne. American of Feb. 19, 1830.
  • Phebe, wife of John, formerly of Smithfield, at Adams, Mass., Feb. 20, 1830.
  • Harriet Adeline, youngest daughter of Capt. George L., aged 3 years, March 4, 1830.
  • Lucy, wife of Pardon, and daughter of Capt. Nathaniel Armstrong, of South Kingstown, at Middletown, aged 23 years, May 27, 1830.
  • Mary, at Kennebunk, aged 63 years. American of May 28, 1830.
  • Capt. Simeon, at Brentwood, aged 81 years; Revolutionary soldier. American of June 25, 1830.
  • Arnold, son of Abraham, of Little Compton, drowned at Tiverton, aged about 24 years, June 29, 1830.
  • Anna, wife of Capt. Elisha, at Swanzey, aged 71 years, July 9, 1830.
  • John, (colored), was running a race with another when he came in contact with a wagon shaft which proved fatal, at Westerly, July 14, 1830.
  • Ann, wife of James, late U.S. Minister to France, at Philadelphia, Oct. 19, 1830.
  • James, at Kitanning, Penn., aged 88 years; was 3 years, 6 months in the War of the Revolution. At battle of Brandywine, a soldier who took his place a few minutes while he fixed his flint was killed and another fell at his right in the same battle. American of Nov. 25, 1830.
  • Eleanor, widow of Jeremiah, of South Kingstown, at Newport, in 76th year, Feb. 17, 1831.
  • Joseph, at Warwick, in 88th year, March 8, 1831.
  • Joseph, at Wickford, in 83d year, March 8, 1831.
  • Jane, youngest daughter of David, at Pawtucket, March 13, 1831.
  • Joseph, of Portsmouth, N.H., at Concord, N.H., aged 43 years, long known as a wagoner. American of April 15, 1831.
  • Mather, at Rochester, N.Y., aged 88 years, officer of the Revolution; was at Saratoga; had commanded a company under Stark at Bennington. American of April 15, 1831.
  • Mrs. Sally, at Lowell, aged 38 years. American of May 3, 1831.
  • Joseph, at Lynn, aged 70 years. American of June 10, 1831.
  • Mary, wife of Thomas, in 53d year, July 10, 1831.
  • Mary R., wife of William B , and daughter of John Nichols, at South Kingstown, aged 25 years, July 11, 1831.
  • John B., at Newport, in 36th year. American of Nov. 11, 1831.
  • Mrs. Sarah T., wife of Joseph M., Esq., at Bristol, aged 24 years. American of Nov. 15, 1831.
  • Peleg, formerly of Middletown, at South Kingstown. aged 74 years, Dec. 4, 1831.
  • Andrew, at North Providence, in 83d year, Jan. 8, 1832.
  • Isaac, of Wickford, seaman, at sea on board brig Sampson, on passage from Providence to Havana. American of Jan. 24, 1832.
  • Susan Emily, at Paris, France, daughter of Hon. Patrick, of Nassau, N.P., Jan. 27, 1832.
  • Leonard Augustus, son of Samuel, aged 6 years, Feb. 13, 1832.
  • Elisha, at North Providence, in 84th year, Feb. 14, 1832.
  • Sarah Wilmarth, eldest daughter of Bernard, at Johnston, in 9th year, Feb. 29, 1832.
  • Martin, at Barrington, in 59th year, June 11, 1832.
  • Martha Ann, daughter of Richard, at North Providence, in 8th year, July 15, 1832.
  • Lucretia, wife of Capt. Burrill, at Smithfield, in 32d year, Sept. 12, 1832.
  • Beulah, wife of Jesse, Esq., at Cumberland, aged 67 years, Oct. 5, 1832.
  • Capt. Whipple, in 42d year, Oct. 17, 1832.
  • Hannah P., daughter of Benedict, aged 3 years, 4 months, Jan. 10, 1833.
BROWNE
  • Edward, nephew of Col. Aaron Burr, in Missouri. American of Oct. 22, 1824.
BROWNELL
  • Susan, wife of Stephen Fish Brownell, at Smithfield, aged 20 years, Sept. 21, 1809.
  • Angelica, wife of Peter, in 20th year, Jan. 10, 1812.
  • William, son of Thomas, in this town, in 9th year, Feb. 18, 1814.
  • Susannah, wife of Isaac, in this town, in 40th year, July 14, 1814.
  • Stephen, in 72d year, of Society of Friends, Nov. 23, 1815.
  • Mrs. Hannah, at Little Compton, aged 59 years. American of April 29, 1817.
  • Mrs. Mary, at Little Compton, aged 93 years. American of April 29, 1817.
  • Philadelphia, widow of Capt. Thomas, of Newport, at Bristol, in 57th year, suddenly, Sept. 1, 1817.
  • Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of Isaac, aged 14 years, Jan. 2, 1818.
  • Sylvester, at Newport, in 37th year. American of April 27, 1819.
  • Sarah, widow of Sylvester, at Newport, in 42d year. American of Sept. 21, 1819.
  • Edward Mitchell, son of Thomas, aged 11 months. American of Sept. 24, 1819.
  • Nabby, wife of Major William, at Scituate, in 28th year, eldest daughter of Dr. Jeremiah Cole. American of July 11, 1820.
  • Celinda, wife of Moses, and sister-in-law of Rev. Mr. Elton, of Newport, at Smithfield, Sept. 21, 1820.
  • Ruth, daughter of Stephen, at Portsmouth, in 18th year. American of Dec. 5, 1820.
  • Mary Wightman, infant daughter of Moses, at Seekonk, aged 4 1/2 months, Feb. 1, 1821.
  • Jonathan, Esq., soldier of the Revolution, at Troy, Mass. American of June 8, 1821.
  • Catharine Frances, daughter of Peter, aged 19 months, 5 days, April 2, 1822.
  • James, only son of Col. William, at Scituate, in 3d year, drowned in the tanyard, May 19, 1822.
  • Angelica Sabin, daughter of Peter, aged 4 years, 4 months, Sept. 11, 1822.
  • Elisabeth, wife of George, at Little Compton, aged 63 years. American of Jan. 17, 1823.
  • Ann, wife of Pardon, Esq., daughter of Deacon Abraham Bayley, at Little Compton, aged 23 years, April 17, 1823.
  • Stephen, at Little Compton, aged 82 years, Sept. 27, 1823.
  • Anthony, at Portsmouth, aged 27 years, Feb. 12, 1824.
  • Susannah, widow of Stephen, formerly of Portsmouth, at Providence, in 77th year, of Society of Friends. American of Sept. 28, 1824.
  • Abby Maria, daughter of Sylvester, Jr., aged 2 years, 5 months, Nov. 5, 1824.
  • Angelica Sabin, daughter of Peter, aged 20 months, Nov. 14, 1824.
  • Charlotte D., daughter of Rt. Rev. Bishop Brownell, at Hartford, Ct. American of May 31, 1825.
  • Elizabeth, wife of Thomas, in 42d year, leaves 7 children, Jan. 7, 1826.
  • Peleg, aged 39 years, Jan. 11, 1828.
  • William, at Scituate, in 76th year. American of Jan. 22, 1828.
  • Joseph, at Newport, aged about 65 years, suddenly, April 25, 1829.
  • John, at Portsmouth, aged 25 years, June 28, 1829.
  • Charles, son of Thomas, aged 19 years, July 11, 1830.
  • Mrs. Amelia, formerly of Newport, at Providence, in 54th year, Sept. 1, 1831.
  • Thomas H., son of Benjamin, in 5th year, June 1, 1832.
  • Charles Henry, infant son of Thomas, aged 9 months, Oct. 2, 1832.
BROWNING
  • William, at North Kingstown, aged 66 years. American of May 2, 1820.
  • William, at Cranston, in 48th year, July 5, 1823.
  • Martha, infant daughter of Potter, formerly of South Kingstown, at Bozrah, Ct. American of May 21, 1824.
  • Jonathan, at North Kingstown, suddenly. American of July 27, 1830.
  • William D., of Charlestown, R.I., at Roxbury, Mass., aged 20 years. American of Oct. 4, 1831.
BROWNLOW
  • Capt. Alexander, 8th U.S. Infantry; distinguished himself at defence of Fort Bowyer, Sept. 15, 1814, at the Cantonment Posse Cristianne. American of Jan. 13, 1818.
BRUCE
  • Mary, widow of Capt. Stephen, at Boston, aged 26 years, March 17, 1812.
  • Robert H., son of the late Stephen, Esq., of Boston, in this town, aged 24 years, April 23, 1816.
  • Charles Henry, Esq., at New Orleans, La., aged 26 years; was a lawyer and had commenced practice here. American of Sept. 30, 1817.
  • George, of Lynn; was passing Boston Common when a soldier discharged his gun, the ball hit him in the knee. The leg was amputated and he lived 33 hours after the accident. American of Oct. 19, 1824.
BRUNER
  • Mr. ---, editor of Louisiana Gazette, killed in a duel by Capt. --- Cannon, at New Orleans. American of April 25, 1820.
BRUNEY
  • Sarah, wife of Robert, in this town, in 55th year, Aug. 11, 1816.
BRUNSON
  • Rev. Tillotson, D.D., at Cheshire, for years Principal of the Episcopal Seminary in that town, Sept. 6, 1826.
BRURY
  • Admiral, in England, killed by a fall from his gig. American of May 27, 1825.
BRUSH
  • John, at Woodbury, Ct., aged 43 years, a large manufacturer of hats. American of Sept. 22, 1829.
  • Col. William, at Norwich, Chenango Co., N.Y., aged 80 years; was an officer in the Revolution. American of June 18, 1830.
  • Johannes, a seaman, drowned in the wreck of the Packet Brig Edwina, off Hatteras, June 3, 1832.
BRYAN
  • Mrs. Hannah, in this town, in 57th year, July 18, 1813.
  • Joseph Chace, of Machias, Me., seaman on board Brig Gov. Hopkins, at sea, June 18, 1822.
BRYANT
  • John, seaman, perished in the wreck of the Sch. Quaker, March 6, 1820.
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, at Stoneham, aged 69 years. American of Sept. 11, 1829.
  • Margaret, widow of John, at Boston, aged 52 years, May 4, 1830.
  • Frances, of Boston, drowned in Jamaica pond, aged 17 years, July 22, 1832.
BUCK
  • Joel, at Plattsburg, aged 73 years, same day, in the evening his wife Huldah same age, May 27, 1831.
BUCHAN
  • Capt. Edward Wise, a prisoner of war, late commander of the Lady Provost, at Fort Wayne, from wounds received at battle of Lake Erie, Sept. 10, 1813, Feb. 23, 1814.
BUCKANNON
  • ---- ----, barkeeper to Mr. Buffington, killed by lightning near Milledgeville, Ga., March 28, 1813.
BUCHANAN
  • Rev. Claudius, D.D., a noted English preacher and author, in England, Feb. 19, 1815.
  • William B., Esq , late American Consul to the Isle de France, died there. American of Nov. 10, 1815.
  • Lieut. William Pinkney, U.S. Army,orowned in crossing one of the branches of the Nodawa river. American of Nov. 22, 1822.
  • Rev. John, in Richmond, Va., of the Protestant Episcopal Church. American of Dec. 31, 1822.
  • Lloyd, Esq., at Baltimore, in 50th year. American of Dec. 26, 1823.
  • Midshipman ----, of U.S. Ship John Adams, at sea. American of Sept. 9, 1825.
  • Midshipman Lloyd Archibald, U.S. Navy, in 15th year, son of Lloyd, of Baltimore, at Havana, of the fever. American of Oct. 4, 1825.
  • Dr. Joseph, at Louisville, Ky., in 44th year. American of Sept. 25, 1829.
BUCKHOUT
  • ----, at Philadelphia, suicide, he placed a gun the muzzle to his mouth and discharged it with his toes, Feb. 18, 1831.
BUCKLEY
  • ----, killed by her husband, in a passion, at Glenham, Dutchess Co., N.Y., May 28, 1828.
  • John, native of Lancaster, England, aged 42 years, drowned, May 3, 1829.
BUCKLIN
  • Jeremiah, at Smithfield, in 70th year, Dec. 9, 1808.
  • Arnold Dexter, eldest son of David, of Rehoboth, July 15, 1811.
  • Mrs. Lurana, in this town, in 39th year, Feb. 24, 1813.
  • Dea. Joseph, at Seekonk, at an advanced age, Nov. 12, 1815.
  • Edward, son of the late Nehemiah, at Seekonk. American of Jan. 16, 1816.
  • George, son of the late Nehemiah, at Seekonk. American of Jan. 16, 1816.
  • Nehemiah, in this town, in 75th year, June 8, 1817.
  • Amey, widow of Dea. Joseph, at Seekonk, in 69th year, Jan. 9, 1819.
  • Henry, son of William, in 7th year, April 1, 1821.
  • Elizabeth Godfrey, daughter of George, aged 10 months, 19 days, July 27, 1822.
  • Amey, widow of John, of Pawtucket, at Ludlow, Mass., in 71st year, June 30, 1823.
  • Gardner, of Pawtucket, drowned near Thurber's Mills, North End, while under mental derangement, Feb. 19, 1824.
  • Arnold D., son of Nathan, aged 11 months, Oct. 3, 1824.
  • Henry, son of Rev. Sylvester F., at Marlboro, Mass., aged 11 years; 12 days before while playing ball was hit in stomach by the ball which finally caused death. American of May 13, 1825.
  • Prescilla, widow of Nehemiah, in 79th year, May 19, 1825.
  • Sarah A., wife of George, daughter of Benjamin Davis, deceased, in 32d year, June 6, 1825.
  • Ebenezer, at Seekonk, in 80th year. American of May 26, 1829.
  • John Henry, son of William, in 8th year, March 19, 1830.
  • David, at Pawtucket, in 68th year, March 10, 1832.
  • Mr. ----, at Seekonk, of the cholera. American of Sept. 25, 1832.
BUCKMINSTER
  • Rev. Joseph Stevens, pastor of Brattle St. Church, Boston, aged 28 years, obituary in next number, June 9, 1812.
  • Rev. Joseph, D.D., of Portsmouth, N.H., at Hartwell's Inn, Vt., June 10, 1812.
BUDLONG
  • Capt. Samuel, at Warwick, in 84th year; sermon by Rev. Mr. Jacobs, Job XXXi, 14, Dec. 16, 1816.
  • William Russell, son of James, at Pawtucket, aged 3 months, 17 days, Sept. 28, 1821.
  • Lydia, wife of Capt. Samuel, and daughter of late Nehemiah Atwood, at Warwick, in 21st year, Nov. 24, 1821.
  • James, at Warwick, aged 50 years, Aug. 21, 1822.
  • Sylvester, at Centreville, Warwick, in 38th year, March 19, 1824.
  • Philip, of Richmond, Va., at Warwick, in 37th year, Nov. 1, 1825.
  • Capt. Job, at Providence, in 58th year, May 9, 1827.
  • Joseph R., infant son of George W., Nov. 29, 1827.
  • Ann Maria, at Warwick, in 27th year, Oct. 28, 1828.
  • Abby, wife of James E. and daughter of Capt. John Johnson, of Newport, at Providence, in 28th year, Feb. 2, 1829.
  • Henry A., son of late Capt. Job, aged 19 years, Feb. 5, 1829.
  • Mary Elizabeth, infant daughter of James E., aged 5 months, 8 days. Feb. 15, 1829.
  • Samuel, only son of Gen. Samuel, in 9th year, June 2, 1829.
  • Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Gen. Samuel, aged 13 months, April 16, 1832.
  • Tabitha, wife of John, at Warwick, in 52nd year, Dec. 10, 1832.
BUFFINGHAM
  • Mason, at Swanzey, in 35th year, Dec. 5, 1822.
BUFFINGTON
  • James, at Swanzey, aged 70 years, of Society of Friends, March 13, 1826.
  • Phebe, wife of Job, at Swanzey, in 63d year, April 28, 1830.
  • Sarah, wife of Benjamin, at Somerset, Sept. 20, 1831.
BUFFINTON
  • Major Samuel, at Worthington, aged about 70; was a lieutenant in the Revolution and a captain of militia under Gen. Sheperd, sent out to suppress Shay's Rebellion. American of March 16, 1830.
BUFFUM
  • Waite, daughter of David, aged 24 years, at Newport, Dec. 31, 1809.
  • John Gould, only son of Arnold, at Pomfret, Ct., aged 9 months, 21 days, April 26, 1814.
  • Sabra, daughter of the late Joshua, at Smithfield, in 13th year. American of May 12, 1815.
  • Gaskill, at Providence, June 29, 1819.
  • Mary Anthony, daughter of Arnold, at Smithfield, in 3rd year. American of June 16, 1820.
  • Elizabeth, at Newport, in 70th year, July 3, 1821.
  • Miss Amey, at Newport, aged 74 years, Sept. 25, 1822.
  • Joseph W., son of Stephen, at Smithfield, in 22nd year, Aug. 10, 1824.
  • Peleg A., second son of Hon. Thomas, in 21st year, April 12, 1826.
  • Maria Arnold, infant daughter of Horace, Feb. 27, 1828.
  • Lydia, wife of William, in 64th year, at Smithfield, July 10, 1828.
  • Moses Henry, only son of Moses, at Mendon, aged 14 months, Aug. 2, 1828.
  • David, at Newport, aged 85 years, of Society of Friends, May 19, 1829.
  • William, at Smithfield, in 88th year, of Society of Friends, Aug. 27, 1829.
  • Albert Arnold, son of Thomas, at Northbridge, suddenly, in 13th year, Aug. 28, 1830.
BUGBEE
  • Samuel, at Ashford, Ct., aged 18 years. American of Jan. 16, 1824.
  • Jerusha, wife of Capt. Chester, daughter of Ezra Blake, of Wrentham, at Attleboro, in 37th year, Jan. 5, 1825.
BULGER
  • Hugh, killed by a blast from a rock, June 30, 1828.
BULKLEY
  • Rev. Barzillai, rector of St. George's Church, at Flushing, L.I. American of April 25, 1820.
BULL
  • John, at Newport, in 74th year. American of Dec. 6, 1808.
  • Ephraim, at Steuben, N.Y., aged 40 years; while insane hung himself; he had killed his only son, a lad of 10 years; had previously held offices of trust and considered a good citizen. American of April 21, 1815.
  • William, at Philadelphia, aged 77 years, an eminent merchant. American of June 18, 1818.
  • Head, a Seminole chief, at East Florida; his four handsome horses and favorite negro was burnt over his grave according to custom. American of Sept. 18, 1818.
  • Jirah, at Milford, Ct., aged 46 years; postmaster of that town for upwards of 20 years. American of Jan. 9, 1824.
  • Dr. Isaac, at Hartford, Ct., aged 84 years; well known druggist and apothecary. American of Nov. 19, 1824.
  • Sarah, widow of William, at Newport, in 81st year. American of Dec. 29, 1829.
BULLARD
  • Samuel, youngest son of Baruck, aged 21 years, at Uxbridge. American of Sept. 1, 1820.
  • Mary Ann, wife of Samuel P., and eldest daughter of late William Burr, at Ware, Mass., in 24th year, Dec. 2, 1824.
  • Isaac, aged 54 years (Masonic honors), Aug. 31, 1825.
  • Arba, at Rutland, Mass., aged 30 years, instantly killed by falling of a tree. American of Oct. 11, 1825.
  • Betsey, wife of Dana, formerly of Framingham, at Worcester, Jan. 29, 1826.
BULLOCK
  • Col. William, at Rehoboth, aged 95 years. American of Dec. 28, 1810.
  • Mary Ann, daughter of Capt. Israel, in this town, aged 7 months, Jan. 18, 1814.
  • Capt. Israel, in this town, in 34th year, Feb. 3, 1814.
  • Stephen, Esq., at Rehoboth, in 81st year; member of convention that framed the State Constitution; Representative to the General Assembly, and M. C.; in 1797 a Judge of County Court, and State Senator for some years; member of Governor's Council. He retired from office in 1810, Feb. 2, 1816.
  • William, son of Jabez, at Seekonk, in 22d year, Dec. 23, 1817.
  • Lieut. William H., of 4th Regiment, U.S. Infantry, in Georgia, killed in a duel with muskets at 8 paces. American of May 14, 1819.
  • Benjamin Smith, son of Nathaniel, Esq., at Bristol, aged 1 year, 5 months, 15 days, Nov. 10, 1819.
  • Nathaniel, formerly of Bristol, at Charleston, S.C., where he had resided a long time. American of April 25, 1820.
  • Anna, widow of Jabez, at Seekonk, Aug. 29, 1820.
  • Dorcas, widow of Capt. James, at Rehoboth, in 90th year, Nov. 8, 1820.
  • Nancy Cole, daughter of Cole, at Attleboro, aged 4 years, 6 months, June 7, 1821.
  • Mehitable, widow of Dr. Jesse, at Freetown, aged 84 years, July 21, 1822.
  • Calvin, at Rehoboth, in 71st year, Oct. 15, 1822.
  • Mary, wife of Simeon, at Bristol, aged 76 years, Feb. 21, 1824.
  • Thomas, at Taunton, aged 25 years. American of Feb. 18, 1825.
  • Rev. Christopher, at Parsonfield, Me., formerly of Scituate, R.I., aged 64 years, April 23, 1825.
  • Catharine, wife of Jabez, at Wickford. American of Sept. 30, 1825.
  • Joseph, at Barrington, Aug. 13, 1828.
  • Ruth, wife of Hon. Nathaniel, and daughter of late Stephen Smith, Esq., at Bristol, aged 38 years, Nov. 11, 1829.
  • Jabez, at Seekonk, aged 61 years, Dec. 27, 1831.
  • Richard, formerly of Attleboro, at Providence, in 73d year, June 6, 1832.
  • Abigail U., wife of Jabez, at Wickford, Oct. 17, 1832.
  • Abel, at Rehoboth, aged 53 years, Dec. 26, 1832.
BULOW
  • Gen. Count, in Germany, aged 61 years. American of April 30, 1816.
BUMP
  • Benjamin, (colored) at Richmond, aged about 80 years, 50 years a Baptist preacher, Sept. 16, 1815.
  • Mrs. Susannah, at an advanced age, at North Providence, Feb. 26, 1825.
  • Mrs. Elizabeth, in 80th year, May 16, 1831.
BUNCE
  • Capt. Jared, at Philadelphia, aged 73 years, served in the Revolution and was long a commander of a Georgia Packet out of that port. American of June 1, 1832.
BUNKER
  • Daniel, of Beverly, Mass., at sea on board Ship Asia, Sept. 10, 1822.
  • Abigail, widow of William, at Nantucket, aged 78 years. American of Dec. 2, 1824.
  • Capt. George, Sen., aged 87 years. He commanded in 1791 the Ship Washington, of Nantucket, which was one of the first American whalers that doubled Cape Horn. On the 23d he
  • wandered several miles from home and could not be found till next morning when his corpse was discovered in a swamp on the edge of a pond. American of June 1, 1827.
  • Paul, of Nantucket, aged 26 years, mate of Ship Peruvian, killed at sea in the act of taking a whale. American of July 13, 1827.
  • Joseph, at Barnstead, June 23, 1830.
  • Mrs. Olive, at Barnstead, aged 56 years, of grief, that caused mental derangement and suicide, June 24, 1830.
BUNKS
  • Edmund P., at Easton, Md., aged 24 years, late editor of Belvedere Apollo. He took an effective leave of his readers some months since in an article "The Lost Paragraph." He had burst a blood vessel which rendered his recovery hopeless. American of June 15, 1830.
BURBANK
  • Blucher, son of Abner, about 2 years, at Taunton, Oct. 12, 1821.
  • Bethiah, wife of Leonard. formerly of Taunton, at Sharon, aged 20 years, Feb. 14, 1824.
  • Lucy, wife of Gen. Caleb, at Millbury, Mass., aged 58 years. American of Feb. 17, 1824.
  • Abner, at Taunton, aged 53 years. American of Nov. 1, 1825.
  • George, only child of George, at Taunton, July 17, 1827.
BURCH
  • Capt. Joseph, commander of the Revenue Cutter, at Wilmington, N.C. American of March 12, 1822.
  • Capt. Benjamin, at Washington, D.C., soldier of the Revolution, aged 72 years, for 22 years doorkeeper U.S. House of Representatives, May 5, 1832.
BURDICK
  • Lawton, at Newport, in 43d year. American of June 20, 1809.
  • Mrs. Mary, widow of Lawton, at Newport, aged 39 years; was daughter of the late Col. William Tew. American of Nov. 16, 1813.
  • William, late editor of Boston Evening Gazette, at Boston. American of June 3, 1817.
  • Billings, at Newport, in 65th year. American of Sept. 14, 1819.
  • William, son of Jesse, at Newport, in 16th year. American of Oct. 15, 1819.
  • Sarah G., wife of Rev. Henry, at Newport, in 47th year. American of Oct. 10, 1820.
  • Ira K., of Westerly, at Norfolk, Va., aged 23 years, Aug. 31, 1821.
  • Jesse, at Newport, in 46th year, drowned, Sept. 25, 1821.
  • Freelove, widow of Jesse, daughter of Capt. William Starr, late of Groton, dec., at Newport, aged 42 years, Dec. 30, 1321.
  • Capt. Billings, late master of Sch. Diedamia, of Newport, at Africa, Dec. ----, 1822.
  • Mercy, wife of Benjamin, at Newport, aged 67 years, Jan. 1, 1823.
  • Susannah, wife of Jonathan, at Newport, aged 54 years, Jan. 2, 1823.
  • Stephen, at Newport, aged 34 years. American of Feb. 25, 1823.
  • Catharine, widow of James, at Newport, aged 86 years, June 15, 1823.
  • Mrs. ----, wife of Dudley, at Voluntown, Ct., aged 52 years; she hung herself with a skein of yarn. American of May 11, 1824.
  • Sarah, wife of John, at Newport, aged 47, July 7, 1824.
  • Dr. Henry N., son of Rev. Henry, at Stonington, Ct., aged 27 years. American of Oct. 11, 1825.
  • Rowland, late of Westerly, at Georgetown, S.C., in 27th year, Jan. 2, 1826.
  • Henry, son of late Billings, of Newport, at Antwerp, aged 28 years, mate of ship Newport, July 20, 1826.
  • Jonathan T., was washed from Price's Rocks, Newport, and drowned, while fishing, June 2, 1830.
BURDITT
  • John, at Charlestown, aged 62 years. American of July 30, 1830.
BURDSALL
  • Richard, Jr., of Society of Friends, at Trenton, N.J., in 35th year. American of Aug. 12, 1823.
BURDEN
  • Samuel, of Tiverton, in 29th year, at sea, on board ship Tyre, on her passage from New Orleans, June 14, 1812.
  • Thomas, at Warren, aged 85 years, Feb. 2, 1825.
  • Isaac, son of Isaac, at Bristol, aged 7 years. American of Aug. 2, 1825.
  • Huldah, widow of William, at Johnston, aged 81 years, Oct 5, 1827.
BURGESS
  • John Curran, an infant, Feb. 11, 1809.
  • Philip, at Newport, aged 78 years, Jan. 13, 1814.
  • Samuel, son of Samuel, in Cranston, aged 7 years, Aug. 12, 1820.
  • Ichabod, at Little Compton, in 81st year, Oct. 18, 1821.
  • Mary Ann, wife of Danforth, at Pawtucket, aged 22 years. American of June 7, 1822.
  • Benjamin, aged 52 years, Oct. 8, 1822.
  • Mary, wife of William, at Olneyville, in 31st year, April 15, 1824.
  • Sarah, widow of Philip, at Newport, aged 83 years. American of Sept. 7, 1824.
  • Joseph, executed for murder, in Virginia. American of July 19, 1825.
  • Sarah, widow of John, at Cumberland in 56th year. American of July 22, 1825.
  • Mrs. Mary, at Foster, aged 45 years, June 26, 1826.
  • Abby Elizabeth, daughter of Hon. Tristam, aged 20 years, Aug. 31, 1826.
  • Mary Harriet, youngest daughter of Hon. Tristam, at Seekonk, in 14th year, Sept. 9, 1827.
  • Cornelia Arnold, daughter of Hon. Tristam, aged 23 years, Oct. 18, 1827.
  • Welcome Arnold, son of Hon. Tristam, at North Providence, aged 27 years, attorney at law, Aug. 25, 1828.
  • Capt. Lemuel, of Wareham, aged 53 years, perished in shipwreck of sloop Keziah, off Clark's Point, Nov. 20, 1828.
  • Jacob, son of James P., aged 4 years, March 26, 1829.
  • Joseph, at Cranston, died while sitting in his chair; was a soldier of the Revolution, aged 73 years, April 16, 1829.
BURGS
  • Mary Ann, wife of Daniel, at Boston, suicide, May 7, 1831.
BURKE
  • Walter, Esq., in England, aged 76 years, oldest purser of the navy; was on the Victory at Trafalgar. Nelson died in his arms. American of Dec. 1, 1815.
  • Capt. Richard, at Newport asylum, in 74th year. American of Feb. 25, 1823.
  • Edmund, son of William, at East Greenwich, in 21st year; death supposed to be caused from eating raw quahogs, June 13, 1824.
  • Thomas, of the theatres, at Baltimore. American of June 21, 1825.
  • Joseph, at Warner, N.H., aged 71 years, soldier of the Revolution. American of May 22, 1829.
  • Phebe, wife of Reuben, at Fields Point, aged 47 years, Jan. 21, 1831.
  • George, of Greenwich, R.I., a seaman on board brig Union of this port, at sea, on passage from New York to Savannah, March 30, 1832.
  • George, of Greenwich, R.I., at sea, lost overboard from brig Union, on passage from New York to Savannah, March 30, 1832.
BURLEIGH
  • Hon. William, Representative in Congress from York Co., Me., at South Berwick, July 9, 1827.
BURLING
  • Elizabeth W., late of Natchez, widow of Col. Walter, at Worcester, Nov. 11, 1821.
BURLINGAME
  • Anna, wife of Samuel, at Cranston, in 24th year, June 12, 1813.
  • Josiah, at Cranston, in 47th year. American of May 21, 1819.
  • Mary, wife of Esek, at Johnston, in 43d year, Jan. 22, 1821.
  • Charles, late of Meriden, Ct., at Cincinnati, O., aged 28 years. American of Sept. 27, 1822.
  • Lydia, widow of Benjamin, at Coventry, in 81st year, Jan. 13, 1823.
  • Marcy, daughter of Charles, at Smithfield, in 20th year, Oct. 2, 1824.
  • Eliza Ann, wife of Richard, Jr., and daughter of Richard Aldrich, at Glocester, in 25th year, Nov. 1, 1825.
  • Rachal, wife of Caleb, at Cranston, in 77th year, May 11, 1827.
BURLINGHAM
  • Esek, at Coventry, in 78th year, April 2, 1823.
BURNAP
  • Rev. Jacob, D.D., aged 73 years, at Merrimac, N.H. American of Jan. 4, 1822.
BURNETT
  • Dr. ----, author of History of Music, in England, aged 88 years. American of July 15, 1814.
  • Mrs. Lydia, at Barre, Mass., aged 91 years. By her first husband, Noah Ripley, late of Barre, she had 19 children, her grandchildren were 105 and great grandchildren 96. American of July 19, 1816.
  • James, formerly of Canterbury, Ct., at Providence, aged 69 years, March 25, 1824.
BURNHAM
  • John, He killed his wife, for which crime he has been sent to state prison for 10 years. American of July 29, 1825.
  • Henry, M.D., at New York, in 25th year; was 2d son of Michael, Esq., proprietor of the Evening Post. American of Feb. 23, 1830.
BURROUGH
  • Capt. Sidney H., formerly of Providence, at Richmond, Va., about 40 years, Oct. 24, 1821.
  • Capt. Edward, aged 40 years, Oct. 30, 1821.
BURROUGHS
  • William C., at Newport, in 36th year, Dec. 2, 1821.
BURROUGH
  • Seabury Soule, son of Robert S., in 23d year, member Junior Class, Brown University, April 24, 1824.
  • Sarah, wife of James, in 47th year, Oct. 7, 1824.
BURROUGHS
  • Elizabeth Allen, daughter of Capt. John, at Newport, aged 7 years, suddenly, Aug. 20, 1826.
  • Sarah, wife of Greene, and daughter of late Dea. William Tilley, at Newport, in 67th year, Nov. 17, 1830.
BURROWS
  • Isaac, at Wrightstown, Penn., his daughter 12 years and son 7 years of age, drowned by breaking through the ice. American of Jan. 18, 1814.
  • Jeremiah, at Boston, aged 60 years, dropped dead while at work. American of March 16, 1824.
  • Benjamin Rice, son of Benjamin, in 3d year, April 20, 1826.
  • Amey, infant daughter of John R., aged 10 months, May 2, 1826.
  • George, son of William, aged 12 years, at Pawtuxet, July 6, 1826.
  • Waitey Arnold, infant daughter of Benjamin, July 7, 1826.
  • Robey Gerauld, infant daughter of Joseph, aged 25 months, Dec. 19, 1827.
  • Webster, drowned near Ipswich Bar. American of June 19, 1832.
BURT
  • Simeon, Esq., at Berkeley, Mass., in 67th year, Feb. 22, 1810.
  • Sophia Brown, in this town, aged 8 years, Dec. 18, 1812.
  • Mrs. Susannah, at Newport, in 81st year. American of Sept. 29, 1820.
  • Ruth, widow, at Taunton, aged 62 years, April 12, 1821.
  • Scipio (colored), at Bristol, aged 63 years; had been sexton of Congregational church 34 years, June 20, 1821.
  • Betsey, widow of Daniel, at Taunton, aged 83 years, Dec. 14, 1821.
  • Enos, Esq., at Taunton, aged 62 years. American of April 12, 1822.
  • Mary Ann, of Newport, eldest daughter of Frederick, aged 22 years, at Providence, Nov. 11, 1822.
  • Sally Barney, daughter of Allen, at Taunton. American of Sept. 19, 1823.
  • Enos, his infant son, died at Warren. American of May 27, 1825.
  • Abigail, wife of Edward, at Taunton, aged 55 years. American of July 1, 1825.
  • Edward, at Taunton. aged 63 years. American of July 22, 1825.
  • Samuel, son of Capt. Joseph, at Warren, aged 3 years, Nov. 1, 1826.
  • Abel, at Taunton, aged 80 years, Nov. 23, 1826.
  • David, son of David, at Providence, aged 2 years, 6 months, Jan. 1, 1828.
  • Mary, wife of David, in 37th year, Oct. 27, 1828.
  • David, at Taunton, aged 89 years, June 9, 1829.
  • David, at Sutton, Mass., in 75th year, March 9, 1832.
BURTIS
  • Paul, drowned, Sept. 5, 1815.
BURTON
  • Rosannah, widow of George, at Cranston, in 67th year, Oct. 31, 1817.
  • Major O., late U.S. Army, at Havana, Cuba. American of April 6, 1821.
  • John, Esq., at Cranston, in 91st year, formerly judge in Court of Common Pleas, May 31, 1824.
  • David, son of George Esq., at Cranston, in 21st year. American of Sept. 9, 1825.
  • Sheldon, at Centreville, aged 27 years, April 17, 1826.
  • Jonathan H., son of Jonathan B., at Warren, aged 3 years. American of Aug. 29, 1826.
  • Hannah, daughter of George, at Cranston, in 22d year, Jan. 8, 1828.
BURWELL
  • William A., at Washington, D.C., member of House of Representatives from Virginia for 15 years, burial at Baltimore, Feb. 16, 1821.
BUSH
  • Richard, at Newport, in 97th year. American of June 19, 1810.
  • Lieut. ----, killed on board the U.S. Frigate Constitution, in action with the Guerriere, Aug. 19, 1812.
  • Lieut. William S., Lieut. of Marines, killed on board U.S. Frigate Constitution, in action with the Guerriere, Aug. 20, 1812.
  • Thomas, at Taunton, aged 36 years, of firm of Crocker, Bush & Richmond. American of Dec. 12, 1817.
  • Eunice, wife of Richard, at Newport, in 39th year. American of Sept. 7, 1819.
  • William S., son of the late John S., of Newport, aged 22 years, at sea, Sept. 21, 1819.
  • Catharine, at Taunton, aged 70 years, widow of Joseph, of Boston, July 10, 1827.
  • Nancy, wife of Arnold H., and daughter of late Newton Waldron, at Bristol, aged 23 years, April 29, 1828.
BUSHEE
  • Consider, at Providence, suddenly, aged 43 years, July 27, 1827.
  • Luther, in 43d year, May 27, 1829.
BUSTARD
  • Andrew, at New York, in soth year. American of Aug. 2, 1825.
BUTCHER
  • Sarah, in 45th year, Dec. 17, 1813.
BUTE
  • Marquis of, a Scotch nobleman, at Geneva. American of April 4, 1815.
BUTLER
  • James, drowned in New York Harbor, Dec. 20, 1808.
  • Sarah, wife of Samuel, Jr., and daughter of the late Stephen Whipple, Esq., of Smithfield, in this town, in 50th year, Sept. 1, 1811.
  • Joseph A., eldest son of Samuel, Jr., in 22d year, Oct. 14, 1811.
  • Samuel, in this town, aged 85 years, a native of Martha's Vineyard, but came early to this town, June 29, 1813.
  • Samuel, merchant, in 59th year, Dec. 11, 1814.
  • David, drowned at Field's Point, in the great storm of Sept. 23, 1815.
  • William, son of Joseph, in this town, in 19th year, Sept. 14, 1816.
  • Stephen Whipple, son of late Simeon, Esq., in this town, in 16th year, July 28, 1817.
  • Mary, widow of Samuel, Esq., at Providence, in 88th year, Jan. 1, 1819.
  • John Conrad, in 86th year. American of Nov. 5, 1819.
  • Thomas, seaman, perished in the wreck of the Sch. Quaker, March 6, 1820.
  • Nabby, wife of Capt. Joseph, in 42d year, May 8, 1820.
  • William Henry, son of Capt. Joseph, aged 3 months, 14 days, Aug. 3, 1820.
  • Justus, at New Haven, Ct , aged 55 years, a well known innkeeper. American of Jan. 30, 1821.
  • Rebecca, wife of Samuel, at Edgartown, aged 27 years, Jan. 30, 1821.
  • Samuel, of Providence, at sea, on board Brig Radius, from Matanzas. American of June 1, 1821.
  • Capt. James C., at Pittsburg, Penn.; was killed by a wad fired by one of his men while drilling them in platoon firing. American of Oct. 5, 1821.
  • Major Peirce, at Philadelphia, aged 77 years; the Major was one of the five delegates sent from South Carolina, to Philadelphia, on the adoption of the National Constitution, Feb. 15, 1822.
  • Hannah, widow, at Cholin, Ct., aged 68 years. American of Jan. 9, 1824.
  • Benjamin (colored), formerly of Providence, at Port au Prince, July 12, 1824.
  • Anthony W., in 23d year, nephew of Gen. Jackson, at sea, on passage from New Orleans, to New York. American of Nov. 19, 1824.
  • Frances, wife of Norman, and daughter of late John Bours, Esq., of Newport, at New York, brought to Newport by steamboat Fulton for burial. American of March 29, 1825.
  • John, of Boston, laborer, at Fort Adams, aged 40 years; killed by a falling bank. American of Sept. 2, 1825.
  • Miss Elizabeth W. in 33d year, Feb. 7, 1829.
  • Mrs. Hannah, at Hudson, N.Y., in 50th year, was found dead in her bed American of Oct. 16, 1829.
  • William, at Northampton, aged 68 years. He established the Hampshire Gazette 1786, and continued it 29 years. American of March 22, 1831.
  • Aaron, at Boston, aged 43 years. American of March 26, 1830.
  • Rhoda, daughter of Lieut. David, of Pelham, N.H., at Concord, N.H., found in her bed dead. American of June 13, 1831.
BUTTERSWORTH
  • William, at Vincentown, from a bite of a spider, Aug. 28, 1829.
BUTTMAN
  • John, infant son of William, aged 17 months, Aug. 16, 1826.
BUTTS
  • Benjamin, wife and niece, in the burning of the Richmond, Va., Theatre, Dec. 26, 1811.
  • Isaac, in this town, in 44th year, July 11, 1816.
  • Joseph B., at Norfolk, Va., in 21st year, drowned; was of Providence, Jan. 7, 1818.
  • Ann Maria, infant daughter of James E., at Providence, aged 8 months, Dec. 8, 1819.
  • John, from Rhode Island, at New Orleans, aged 38 years. American of Sept. 28, 1821.
  • Enoch, of Warren, at sea, on board brig Azenora, of this port, on passage from Honduras, in 20th year, Aug. 26, 1823.
  • James, eldest son of James E., aged 3 years, 3 months, Nov. 27, 1824.
  • David Atwood, infant son of James E., April 13, 1826.
  • Mrs. Hannah, wife of Coggeshall, at Newport, aged 69 years, July 22, 1826.
  • Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel W., in 5th year, Sept. 27, 1826.
  • George Washington, son of Henry, at North Providence, aged 20 years, Dec. 9, 1827.
  • Lydia, of Boston, widow of Noah, at Providence, in 60th year, Feb. 16, 1828.
  • Benjamin, of Rehoboth, at Providence, in 30th year, Jan. 8, 1829.
  • Mrs. Mary, at New Bedford, aged 42 years. American of Aug. 10, 1830.
  • Lucy Ann, daughter of Samuel W., aged 14 months, Sept. 12, 1830.
BYLES
  • Rev. Matthew, at St. John's, N.B., aged 80 years, late rector of the city and chaplain of the district, March 12, 1814.
BYNUM
  • Turner, editor of Greenville, S.C., Sentinel, killed in a duel with Mr. Perry, in South Carolina. American of Sept. 7, 1832.
BYRANT
  • Thomas, passenger, 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.
BYRD
  • Mrs. Mary, widow of Col. William, at Westover, Va., in 74th year, March 28, 1814.
  • Major Richard W., attorney at law, in Virginia, suddenly, aged 40 years, Oct. 16, 1815.
  • C.W., judge U.S. District Court of Ohio, at West Union, O., Aug. 25, 1828.
BYRNE
  • John, of Gunboat No. 48, killed accidentally in the bay, June 22, 1813.
BYRNES
  • Patrick, at Philadelphia, in 73d year, formerly of Dublin, Ire.; was a bookseller. American of March 1, 1814.
BYRON
  • Lord, at Missolonghi, Greece; his remains were sent to England for burial, April 19, 1824.


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