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January 7, 1832
LIBERIA - USS Crawford transports 21 emigrants from Kentucky. Charles G. Shave M.D. of Cincinnati, volunteers time and services to the colonization effort.
BOSTON, MASS - GEORGE WATSON to LYDIA ANN NICKERSON WHITING
GEORGE SIMONDS to CLARISSA FROST
SANDWICH - JAMES MADISON GLOVER to HARRIET LOUISA GIBBS, daughter of Col. Nathan Gibbs
NEW BEDFORD - H.G.O. COLBY to JANE S. PARKER
PROVIDENCE - ROWLAND LYMAN to MARY HOWLAND
BOSTON, MASS. -WILLIAM BOYD ADAMS son of Dr. Samuel Adams
CAMBRIDGE, MASS - ROBERT WATE 3 year old son of Rev. H. Wate Jr.
SALEM, MASS - THOMAS NEWHALL
SALEM, MASS - WIDOW PEABODY sister of Col. William Mansfield
SALEM, MASS - RUTH BARR wife of late captain William Barr
EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASS - MARY YOUNG wife of Robert Young
EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASS ETHAN A. STETSON
TAUNTON, MASS - CHARLES R. WASHBURN
TAUNTON, MASS - ABNER THAYER
WORCESTER, MASS - LUKE FLAGG
BERLIN - JOSIAH BARNARD
GRANVILLE - JOHN PHELPS
GOSHEN - COLONEL TIMOTHY LYMAN
WILBRAHAM - MARY MERRICK
NEW YORK - JOHN APPLETON
PARIS - JOSEPH DORR
September 15, 1832
MOHAWK CHIEF, JOHN BRANT OBITUARY - Son of Mohawk Chieftan in the Revolutionary War, and Chief of the Mohawk village of Indians, John Brant Esq., dies at Mohawk Village near Brantford.
PLYMOUTH, MASS. - JOSIAH FINNEY marries BETSEY B. DOTEN
HORACE WOODRUFF was ordained a Orange Connecticut.
FREDERICK W. CHAPMAN was ordained at the Eastern Association of Fairfield County.
REVEREND SAMUEL RUSSEL is installed as pastor over the church and Society in Norwich, Connecticut.
BOSTON, MASS. - ENOCH J. TITCOMB to HANNAH L. GLEASON
WILLIAM WELLER to CLARA NICHOLS
KING’S CHAPEL - REVEREND SAMUEL BARRET to MARY SUSAN GREEWOOD
DANIEL H. BROWN to HANNAH T. DORETY
GEORGE BROWNE toJOANNA C. NICHOLS
FREDERICK FOLSOM to RHODA LANE
CALVIN W. CLARKto ANNA K. TOWNESEND
CHARLESTOWN, MASS - JOHN B. HAYES to ABBY RICE, daughter of Captain Thomas Rice
LYNN, MASS - AMBROSE CARLTON to MARY ANN DOW GARDNER, daughter of Dr. James Gardner.
HINGHAM - NORTON QUINCY THAXTER to JANE E. F. OTIS
ROSWELL TROWBRIDGE to SARAH L. JONES
PLYMOUTH, MASS. - JOSIAH FINNEY to BETSEY B. DOTEN
HEMEN C. ROBBINS MARY ANN SPEAR
NEWBURY - CAPTAIN JOHN C. HOYT MARY H. JOHNSON daughter of the late Captain Nicholas Johnson.
NEWBURYPORT - ABIJAH C. WEST PRISCILLA P. PETTINGILL
NORTHBOROUGH - SILAS SISSON LYDIA B. DAVIS daughter of the honorable Jos. Davis.
AMMA BEEMAN ASENATH PATTERSON
GREENFIELD - VOLNEY COOK ELIZABETH NEWTON
FITCHBURG - SAMUEL A. THURSTON MARTHA HASTINGS
PORTSMOUTH N.H. - LIEUTENANT CHARLES JACKSON of the US Navy CATHERINE SHEDDEN
NORWICH, CONN. - JOSEPH BAUM to SUSAN PIERCE, daughter of the late Captain John Pierce.
NEW YORK - THOMAS BRAITHWAIT BEAVOR to MARTHA HENDIMENT
BOSTON, MASS. - WILLIAM WHEELWRIGHT.
SUSAN ELIZABETH PALFREY
SARAH SAWYER at 65
BETSEY WENDALL wife of Isaac Parker.
LUCY CHANNING at 15
SANDWICH, MASS. - ELLEN DAVIS
GROTON, MASS. - SUSAN CHAPLAIN
SALEM, MASS. - BENJAMIN TUCKER
TAUNTON, MASS. - HANNAH SEABURY
PORTSMOUTN N.H. - ANN GODDARD, widow of Hon. John Goddard
LANGDON, N.H. - CAPTAIN JONATHON WILLARD, an officer of The Revolution.
PORTSMOUTH R.I. - WILLIAM ANTHONY
HALLOWELL, ME. - RICHARD DUMMER a Revolutionary soldier.
HALIFAX, VERMONT - JONATHON MARBLE, a Revolutionary pensioner.
HUDSON, MASS - RICHARD DODGE, soldier of the Revolution.
MUSQUETTO COVE, L. I. - GEORGE G. JONES
NEW ORLEANS - JACOB PAGE JR.
CINCINNATI, OHIO - CHARLES SYLVESTER
BALTIMORE - WILLIAM PHILLIPS
GREEN COUNTY, ALA. - COLONEL JOHN MCKEE
WASHINGTON D.C. - ROBERT GILKERSON aged 108 yrs.
QUEBEC - MARY MCLEOD
September 29, 1832
MAJOR THOMAS MELVILL OBITUARY - In Boston Mass., Maj. Thomas Melvill dies at 81.
ALMORAN HOLMES and JAMES KIRKWOOD are killed by a wharf accident.
GUSTAVUS WOOD to JANE M. SMITH
URIAH SMITH to MARY ANN BROWN
JOHN TIMMONY to ESTHER MURPHY
AUTUMNUS S. CHASE to MARY ANN PETERSON
SAMUEL H. HOLBROOK to CAROLINE CLARK
ROBERT F. WALCUTT to MARY ANN POWERS
BALTIMORE - THEODORE LEONARD to ELIZABETH BABCOCK
DORCHESTER - THEODORE C. LEEDS to MARY ANN LEACH
WEST CAMBRIDGE - GEORGE S. ADAMS to LUCY HILL
WATERTOWN - LUKE FORBES to MARY NICHOLS
BRAINTREE - CHARLES FRENCH to CATHERINE L. FRENCH
BROOKFIELD - SIMEON DRAPER to CATHERINE C. LEWIS
CONCORD - COL. JOHN PARKER to HANNAH NOYES
VASSALBOROUGH - LIEUTENANT THOMAS M. HILL to ELIZABETH BRADLEY
THOMAS I. GOODWIN to ANGELINE E. GOODWIN
WASHINGTON D.C. - MAJOR CHARLES S. WILLIAMS to MARY E. F. HAMILTON
DEATH NOTICES -
GEORGE PEABODY - a student of Yale, and the only son of David Peabody dies at 17 years of age.
BOSTON, MASS. - PETER WALSH at 52
CHARLESTOWN, MASS - MARY T. VINTON
EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS - LEMUEL LAWRENCE
WEST CAMBRIDGE, MASS - ICHARRISSA KENT
CAMBRIDGE , MASS- MARIA SOPHIA MORTON at house of President Quincy.
NEWBURYPORT, MASS - ELEANOR WOODWORD
FRAMINGHAM, MASS - MAJOR LAWSON NURSE
STOUGHTON, MASS - PETER ADAMS
MARBLEHEAD , MASS- SARAH FOSTER
HINGHAM , MASS- BANJAMIN ANDREWS
TAUNTON, MASS - LUTHER REDDING, A soldier of the Revolution.
WALDOBOROUGH , ME- GEORGE LEISNER A revolutionary pensioner.
PETERBOROUGH, N. H. - DEACON NATHANIEL HOLMES A soldier of the revolution.
October 20, 1832
BARNSTABLE COUNTY, BOSTON - MR. MUNSON is ordained as minister to Siam
WALLINGFORD CONNECTICUT - EDWIN K. GILBERT is ordained as pastor of First Congregational Church and Society.
VERNON, CONNECTICUT - CHESTER HUMPHREY is ordained as pastor of the Church and Society in Vernon.
ASHBURNHAM, MASSACHUSETTS - GEORGE GOODYEAR is ordained as pastor of First Congregational Church and Society.
BIBLES FOR AFRICA - 100 Arabic bibles are delivered to Africa by the members of the British and Foreign Bible Society.
MR. RICHARD RUINNEY marries MISS SARAH LAMBERT
MR. JOHN BRIDGE marries MISS CATHERINE M. BENJAMIN
MR. ROBERT QUINN marries MISS SABRY SHUTE
MR. GEORGE LORD marries MISS ELIZABETH M. FELTON
MR. THOMAS LYFORD marries SUSAN JENKINS
SAMUEL PAYNE marries MARY G. VOSE
HALLOWELL, ME - WILLIAM H. WHEELER marries ELIZABETH HATHORNE
CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS - HORATIO COGSWELL marries ADELINE BURT
DEDHAM, MASS - HENRY F. SPEAR marries MARIA BULLARD
JOSEPH G. BRACKETT marries LUCY A. BUTTERFIELD
LUTHER POPE EUNICE marries MARIA COLLYER
ENOCH FARRINGTON marries ELIZABETH FAYER
LEWIS JOHNSON marries ESTHER TALBOT
WALTER CHIPMAN marries MISS TEMPERENCE CROCKER
SCITUATE, MASS. - BENJAMIN HERSEY marries MARY JAMES
FRAMINGHAM, MASS. - WILLIAM JOHNSON marries ELIZA ANNE CHAMBERLAIN
CHARLES E. MUDGE marries ANN A. MUDGE
WILLIAM A. HUNTER marries CATHERINE STEWART
BALTIMORE - WILLIAM TILESTON marries MARTHA MARSTON
FRANCIS HILDRETH formerly of Weston, Mass.
DEACON JOHN WELLS
JOSEPH P. HART
THOMAS P. BARNES
MARY B. SMITH
BROOKLINE - MR. THADDEUS JACKSON
MILTON, MASS. - WILLIAM DAVENPORT
LYNN, MASS. - SALLY RADDING
NORTHAMPTON, MASS - FRANCIS ROCKWELL
SANDWHICH, MASS - ANNA NYE, wife of CAPT. JOHN NYE.
YARMOUTH, MASS - CAPT. PRINCE HALLS
FREETOWN, MASS - CAPT. EDMUND HOTHAWAY
ROCHESTER, MASS - SOPHRONIA COWING wife of JONATHON COWING.
NORFOLK, VA - CAPT. THOMAS JENNINGS.
NORTH ISLAND - W. W. TRAPIER president of the Branch Bank of the State of South Carolina in Georgetown.
NEW ORLEANS - CAPT. JOSEPH BALDEN
MONTREAL, L. C. - JOSEPH BEDARD
OAHU, SANDWICH ISLANDS - TIMOTHY PITMAN.
March 14, 1838
CILLEY FUNERAL - Upon the death of Mr. Cilley congress votes to hold a parade and wear armbands at his funeral. The opinion of the paper is that this course of action sanctions dueling.
UPPER CANADA - Governor Marcy of New York issues $500 reward to find persons responsible for stealing arms from Arsenals at Watertown, Elizabethtown, and Batavia.
SOMERSET COUNTY, MARYLAND - WILLIAM MURRAY STONE, D. D. , Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Maryland dies.
BOSTON, MASS. - EBENEZER CHAMBERLAIN ELIZA BRYANT
TRISTRAM B. DENNISON BETSEY EVANS
HENRY DAVIDSON MARY THOMAS
CHARLES FOGG MERCY GOVE
WILLIAM CLARK ABBY W. HANSON
CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. - REUBEN PARKER SUSAN BURNHAM
GLOUCESTER, MASS. - DANIEL DUNZACK BATHSHEBA NORWOOD
MANCHESTER, N.H.- WILLIAM PALMER ABIGAIL EATON
SCARBORO, ME. - WILLIAM RIPLEY HANNAH LOVET
PHILADELPHIA - HEMAN LINCOLN HETTY GILLISON
SOMERSET COUNTY, MARYLAND - WILLIAM MURRAY STONE, D. D. , Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Maryland dies.
BOSTON, MASS. - ORRA GOS, 36
JAMES SYMONDS, 54
WILLIAM P. WESTON, 29
EMILY H. THACHER, 12
DOROTHY PEPPER, 76
GEORGE W. C. BROWN, 21
ARTHUR MCDOUGALL, 47
JOHN PIERCE, 32
CHARLES HENRY ELA, 5 months
CHARLESTOWN, MASS. - SYLVESTER CLARK, 70
SILAS PILLSBURY, 68
ABIGAIL TUFTS, 81
CAMBRIDGEPORT - ELIZABETH ANDREWS, 47
ELIZABETH PARKS, 73
VIRGINIA A. DAVIS, 15
HINGHAM, - SARAH BEALS 90
YARMOUTH, - LYDIA HALLET,82
FRAMINGHAM, - JULIA ANTOINETTE HEMENWAY, 13 months
READING, - MARY DUNCAN
STRATHAM, - PAINE WINGATE
ALEXANDER T. REED, 28
PEMBROKE, MASS. RUTH HOWARD.
March 28, 1838
UPPER CANADA - Van Rensselaer is arrested and committed to trial before Judge Conkling.
CILLEY DUEL, ARMISTEAD T. MASON - Investigation proves that Jonathan Cilley was not the first member of congress. Armistead T. Mason a senator from Virgina was killed in a duel with John McCarty. The cause of death was not announced to Congress and his body buried privately.
BOSTON, MASS. - ALFRED S. SANBORN CAROLINE S. NOYES
BEMJAMIN L. MOTTE REBECCA FRENCH
PYMPTON, - CAPT. JOSEPH CHADBORN to MARY ANN BARROWS
LOWELL, - JACKSON GORDON to MARCIA FISH
BOSTON, MASS. - JOHN S. STONE, infant son of J. S. Stone.
JAMES PICKENS, 53
MARGARET B. HADLEY, 38
SARAH B. MORSE, 33
ELIZA FULLERTON, 36
MARY H. LEACH, 29
OLIVER SELWYN FELT, 26
LORING SARGENT, 63
CHARLESTOWN, - SARAH BOWERS, 84
PROVINCETOWN, - CHARLES PARKER, 58
WILLIAMSTOWN, - LOUISA ADELINE PHELPS, 2
GWINNETT COUNTY, GEORGIA - JOSEPH GOUGE, 109, a soldier of the revolution
September 29, 1838
Boston, Mass. - G. B. WHEELER to M.A.CHEEVER
EDWIN FOSTER of North Reading, to ANN LOUISA CALLENDER
ABRAHAM A. WATSON to ELIZABETH P. RITTER
AMOS TENNEY to MARIA ALLEN
GEORGE U. JEFFERSON to CLARA H. WHITE
ACTON, MASS. - SAMPSON WARREN of Charlestown to MARY PIPER
CENTERVILLE, R.I. - EPHRAIM PIKE to ELIZA A. M. BROWN
EAST GREENWHICH, R.I. - GEORGE W. S. ALLEN to ALICE ANN TILLINGHAST
BOSTON, MASS. - HENRY BACON, 80
SARAH G. DAVIES, 56
JOHN JENNINGS, 36
MARY N. CUTLER, 48
MARY T. PLACE, 30
MARIA LOUISA BATES, 12
JOSEPH P. BRADLEE,
AMASA PIERCE, 30
BENJAMIN DEARBORN, 82, .5 column inches.
SOUTH BOSTON - BRADLEY WEBSTER only son of Daniel Webster.
CHARLESTOWN - JOHN BRYANT, 50
HENRY TURNER, 7
DUDLEY, MASS. - SAMUEL WALKER of Framingham, 78, a soldier of the revolution.
MONTGOMERY, MASS. - SPENCER KELLOGG, 28
EMILY KELLOGG, 22
MARY ANN KELLOGG, 24
BETSEY KELLOGG, 53 The children and mother were taken by typhoid fever. The father is said to have died in a fit.
WAREHAM, MASS. - RUFUS LINCOLN, 86, a soldier of the revolution.
HALLOWELL, MASS. - JOHN RICH, 46
WALLINGFORD, CONN. - GEORGE MILES, 96
NEW YORK, - JOHN SULLY, 32
WILLBRAHAM, - LYDIA VIRGIN, 13 months.
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