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Subject: [GM-L] The Puritan Recorder
Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2001 13:15:34 -0500
The Puritan Recorder, Thursday, Jan. 29, 1852, continued...
In this city, 22d inst., Mr. Lucius C. CHASE, of Boston, to Miss Abby
MOORE, of Hancock, NH; on the 21st inst., Mr. A. D. SHAW to Miss Mary S.
GRAY, both of Boston.
In Newburyport, 22d inst., Mr. Jacob B. MERRILL, of N., to Miss Elizabeth
M. DONE, of West Newbury.
In West Newbury, by Rev. Mr. EDGELL, Mr. John E. BARTLETT, JR. to Miss
Eliza A. FOLLANSBEE, all of W. Newbury.
In Concord, 28th ult., by Rev. L. H. ANGIER, Mr. Orin COOLIDGE, JR to
Miss Ann M. P. FLETCHER, both of Westford.
In Rowley, 13th inst., by Rev. Mr. PIKE, Mr. George A. TODD to Miss Ruth
In Stoneham, 20th inst., by Rev. Wm. C. WHITCOMB, Mr. Charles NICHOLS, of
Woburn, to Miss Sarah GERRY of Stoneham; also by the same 22d inst., Mr.
Arad GERRY to Miss Eliza Jane GERRY, both of Stoneham.
In South Reading, 14th inst., by Rev. Reuben EMERSON, Mr. Daniel G.
WALTON, to Miss E. Jeanette ABORN.
In Salem, 22d inst., by Rev. Mr. MILLS, Mr. Geo. Cabot WARD, of Boston,
to Miss Mary Ann SOUTHWICK, of S.
In Attleboro, at the Second Congregational Church, by Rev. J. CRANE, Dr.
John R. BRONSON, of Pawtucket, to Miss Catherine F. WHEELOCK, of
In Worcester, 22d inst., by Rev. E. SMALLEY, Mr. Thomas LEADWORTH to Miss
Martha GEORGE, both of W.
In Middleboro, 22d inst., by Rev. Mr. THACHER, Mr. Laban P. FOBES, of
Bridgewater, to Miss Hannah S., only daughter of Dr. John PERKINS, of M.
In Newport, RI, 21st inst., Mr. Joseph G. PECKHAM to Miss Sarah F. MUNRO,
both of N.; 22d inst., Mr. William H. TOWNSEND, of New Orleans, to Miss
Martha G., daughter of the late Mr. Isaac C. PECKHAM, of Newport.
In Syracuse, at Onondaga Female Seminary, Oct. 28, by Rev. G. HYDE, Rev.
O. W. COOLEY, of LaSalle, IL, to Miss S. A. ADAMS, late Principal of that
Seminary, and daughter of the late John ADAMS, Esq. of Hopkinton, MA.
In Gavelston, TX, 31st ult., by Rev. Mr. EATON, Capt. Charles R. COLBURN,
(of bark Trinity) to Miss Annie M. DOWNS, formerly of Boston.
In the City, 10th inst., Mr. Joseph NEWELL, 23; 17th inst., Mr. William
In South Boston, 20th inst., of apoplexy, Mr. Francis HALL, 73y7m.
In Lynn, 18th inst., Mr. James MUDGE, 67.
In Salem, 23d inst., Mrs. Beulah, widow of the late Mr. Stephen B.
In Beverly, Mr. George Herrick HANNA, 82. He was of the fourth
generation of the descendants of George HERRICK, an emigrant from
England, who came to Salem in 1685.
In Beverly Farms, 20th inst., Phillis, the well known faithful and
laborious colored woman, who for half a century or more served so large a
number of families in that town as washerwoman, and in other service.
Many have supposed her to be over 100 years of age, but as according to
her own recollection she was only about a dozen years old when the Battle
of Lexington took place, her age was probably 90 at her decease.
In Weston, 24th inst., Capt. Nathan FISKE, 91yrs 6m--a revolutionary
In Falmouth, 19th inst., Hon. E. SWIFT, 77. He represented his native
town in the Legislature for several successive years, and for two years
was a member of the Executive Council.
In Attleboro, 22d inst., Capt. Caleb PARMENTER, 93 yrs. last August. Mr.
P. leaves a widow of the same age, having lived together, in the marriage
relation, seventy-two years. He was a revolutionary pensioner, having
served his country two years in the revolution, and was present at three
engagements--on Dorchester Heights, in Rhode Island, and at Rowland's
Ferry, near Fall River.
In Stockbridge, 10th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth, mother of Rev. Dr. Chester
DEWEY, of Rochester, NY, 93.
In Cummington, 18th inst., Mr. Sylvanus SHAW, 87,--a revolutionary
In Hartford, 21st inst., Charles SEYMOUR, Esq., 75; 15th inst., Mrs.
Mary, wife of Mr. Elisha ARNOLD, 36.
In Litchfield, CT, 19th inst., Miss Sarah PIERCE, 84--for a long time at
the head of a celebrated Female School in that place.
In Providence, RI, 15th inst., Mrs. Abby W., wife of Mr. Otis T. STANLEY,
36; 18th inst., Mr. Robert C. WOODBURY, 24.
In East Lyman, NH, Mr. Isaac PARKER, 88--one of the first settlers of the
In Portland, ME, 21st inst., Dr. Warren E. CHASE, 45--formerly of
In Frankfort, ME, 16th inst., Capt. Lemuel KEMPTON, 73.
In Augusta, ME, 15th inst., Capt. David WALL, 78. He died in the house
where he was born, and where he had always resided.
We learn that the Congregational Church in Manchester, MA, have give a
call to Rev. Mr. Taylor, of Shrewsbury, NJ, who is a brother of their
Decease of Aged Persons
The following are the names and ages of persons, of seventy years and
upward, who died in Providence, RI, during the year 1851.
William Barnes96Sarah Taylor77
Mary Boker95Neal McElroy77
Mina Rogers94Mary Temple77
Anna Sprague91Peter Swan77
Levi Wheaton90Ezekiel Carpenter76
Alice Eddy89Anna Hunt76
Naomi Bacon89Mary Peck76
Sarah Bentley88Patrick Marion75
John Taylor88Patrick Masterson75
Esther Abbott88Sarah Grinnell75
Mehitable Ingraham86Patrick Foy75
Elizabeth Warner85John G. Burns75
Ann Mename85Patrick Early75
Dolly Malcom84William Tillinghast75
Benjamin Aborn83Celinda Scott75
Martha Wardwell83Mary Luther75
William McGowan82Charity Easton 75
John Snow82Judith Paul 74
Lydia Branch81John Gladding74
Nancy Kimball81Henry Mathewson74
Nathaniel Pearce81Charles Annis74
Sophia Jackson81Mary D. Wheeler74
Isaac Burdick81Sarah Bly73
Betsey La Roach81Margaret Beverly73
Sally Warner80Sally Knight72
Mary Foster80Mary B. Lindsay72
Galen Pond80Ann Bradley72
James Dillaber80Nathaniel Lang71
Hannah Axum80Cyrus Wood71
Coleman Hatch80Mary B. Munroe71
Caleb Earle80John Potter71
Morris Deming80Shubael Crowell71
Philey Anderson80Roxana P. Hall70
Martha Howell79Olive Lyon70
Mary Brownell79Susan King70
Alpheus Billings78William McIntosh70
Elizabeth Farnum78Joseph Whipple70
Hannah Cornell78Catharine McKenna70
Benjamin Merrick77John McManus70
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