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Belfast Deaths, 1891-1895

Source: Joseph Williamson, History of the city of Belfast in the state of Maine. (Portland Me.: Loring, Short, and Harmon, 1877-1913), Vol. 2.

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[NECROLOGY]
1891.
Jan. 5. In Jacksonville, Fla., Frank Havener, 34, a native of Belfast.
[Jan.] 8. In Walla Walla, Wash., Mary E., 54, wife of James B. Patterson, and daughter of the late Herbert R. Sargent, of Belfast.
[Jan.] 14. John Annis, 88.
[Jan.] __. In Deering, Elizabeth, 84, widow of the late Benjamin L. Hall.
[Jan.] 18. In Fort Payne, Ala., Susie Durham Black, 23, wife of Charles Doe, and daughter of Benjamin T. Black, of Belfast,
[Jan.] 18. Mrs. Charlotte West, 78.
[Jan.] 25. In Chelsea, Mass., Sarah L., 55, wife of Dr. A. S. Davis, and daughter of the late Major David G. Ames, of Belfast.
[Jan.] 30. Mrs. Mary F., 47, wife of Oscar Clark.
[Jan.] 30. In Searsport, Charles C. Crary, 62.
[Jan.] 31. Thomas Haney, 20, oldest son of Mrs. Patrick Haney.
[Jan.] 31. In West Hingham, Mass., Miss Mary E. Patterson, 77, daughter of the late Andrew Patterson, of Belfast.

[1891]
Feb. 4. Emily A. Blazo, infant of William W. Blazo.
[Feb.] 5. In Lawrence, Isaac Prince, 77, a native of Belfast. He was in the service of the United States eighteen years, being in the Florida Indian War, and for two years of the Rebellion, was drum major of the Fourth Maine Regiment.
[Feb.] 16. Infant child of Elmer Alfred Sherman.
[Feb.] 16. In Barrington, Andrew N. Patterson, 80, formerly of Belfast. He was a son of the late Andrew Patterson
[Feb.] 17. In Biddeford, John C. Robbins, about 75, formerly proprietor of the Phœnix House.
[Feb.] 20. In Waldo, Frederic A. Patterson, 90, a native of Belfast.
[Feb.] 24. Louisa Herbert, 27.

[1891]
Mar. 12. William H. Hatch, 62, a native of Belmont.
[Mar.] 15. Mary A. Flagg, 76.
[Mar.] 21. At Mallpeaque, P. E. I., Alonzo M., 21, son of Alphonozo F. Gilman, formerly of Belfast.
[Mar.] 21. Mary Frances, 42, wife of Charles Henry Mitchell, and daughter of Nathaniel W. Holmes.
[Mar.] 21. Lewis A. Nelson, 70.
[Mar.] 21. Capt. Samuel S. Parker, 66, a native of Northport. He had commanded many coasting vessels, and was at one time a steamboat pilot.
[Mar.] 25. In Worcester, Mass., Albert L., 28, son of the late James M. Clark. (See Accidents.)
[Mar.] 28. Robert Patterson, 78. He was born in Northport, moved to Waldo, and thence about 1860 to Poor's Mills, where he was an energetic business man.
[Mar.] 29. Mary B. (Moore), 65, widow of the late Sylvester Y. Cottrell.
[Mar.] 30. Joseph H. Kaler, 68, a native of Waldoboro, and son of the late Joseph Kaler. For many years he had a store and mills on the Wescott stream. He took much interest in municipal affairs, and was six times Alderman from Ward 5, Belfast.


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1891.
Apr. 1. In Boston, Capt. Eben F., 66, son of the late Ebenezer Cunningham of Swanville, and for many years shipmaster from Belfast.
[Apr.] 2. Ida E., 31, wife of Fred E. Cottrell, and daughter of the late Ithamar B. Thompson, of Montville.
[Apr.] 3. Frances E., infant of Frank Merrill Bailey.
[Apr.] 3. In Richmond, Capt. Benjamin F. M. Dunbar, 53, a former resident of Belfast. He was a member of the Fourth Maine Regiment, and afterwards captain in the Eleventh Maine.
[Apr.] 4. In Rockland, Capt. George H. Cables, 57, a native of Belfast.
[Apr.] 10. Barbara, 89, widow of the late Charles Mills.
[Apr.] 11. In Augusta, Elizabeth J., 61, widow of the late Samuel Augustus Blodgett, and daughter of Oliver Bean.
[Apr.] 14. In Battle Mountain, Nev., Eben D., 60, son of the late Thomas Towne, of Belfast.
[Apr.] 21. In Vinalhaven, Emery A. Calderwood, 57, a former resident of Belfast.
[Apr.] 22. Joseph B. Varnum, 65. (See Accidents.)
[Apr.] 24. Lizzie W., 35, wife of Samuel Spofford, and a native of Bluehill.
[Apr.] 24. In Lincolnville, Augustus A. Fletcher, 58, Register of Probate in Belfast, 1884-85.
[Apr.] 27. Ann S., 80, widow of the late Josiah Staples, of Swanville.
[Apr.] 28. Infant of H. Larrabee.

[1891]
May 2. Sarah, 62, widow of the late Cornelius Hayes, and a native of Islesboro.
[May] 5. Olivia M., 65, wife of Thomas Whittier Pitcher.
[May] 6. Mrs. John Hall, 80.
[May] 10. Hiram P. Carter, 62.
[May] 10. In Boston, Miss Emily H., daughter of the late George Watson, of Belfast. She was a teacher and a voluminous writer.
[May] 12. George W. Brown, 80.
[May] 16. Jennette, 82, widow of the late Isaac Clark, Sr. Her maiden name was Morrill, and she came from Belmont.
[May] 19. L. W. Whitaker, of Brooks.
[May] 22. Helen M. Hussey, 44, wife of Henry Leonard Kilgore.
[May] 23. In Joliet, Ill., Mrs. Elizabeth McKinley Adams, 99 years and 10 months. She was born in Chester, N. H., and many years ago, lived with her brother, the late John McKinley, at the Head of the Tide.
[May] 26. Israel G. Shepherd, 85, a native of Holderness, N. H.
[May] 29. Michael Fogerty, 75.
[May] __. In Rochester, N. Y., Flora Myers, wife of A. W. Purcell, and adopted daughter of John C. Myers, formerly of Belfast.

[1891]
June 2. In New Bedford, Mass., Miss Sarah E. Field, formerly of Belfast.


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1891.
June 3. In Brooksville, Mary H., 44, widow of the late Albion P. Cain, a former trader in Belfast.
[June] 4. In Stockton Springs, John Libby, 81, a native of Belfast. His father was the late Abraham Libby.
[June] 11. In Somerville, Mass., Eliza J., 84, widow of the late Webber Banks, of Belfast.
[June] 16. Americus V. Parker, 78, a native of Waldo. He was an accomplished draftsman and mathematician.
[June] 16. John Y. Stearns, 54, house-joiner, and a native of Jackson. He was a member of Company A, Twenty-Sixth Maine Regiment during the Civil War.
[June] 19. In Los Angeles, Cal., Frank B. Bickford, 42, son of the late Ezra Bickford.
[June] 19. Mrs. Frances E. L. Patterson, 64.
[June] 20. Infant of Charles A. Piper.
[June] 21. In Providence, R. I., Charles H. Hubbard, 46, formerly of Belfast.
[June] 22. Mary Tyler, 84, wife of Daniel R. Maddocks. She was born in Gorham.
[June] 24. In Roxbury, Mass., Margaret M., 57, widow of the late John Meek, of Belfast.
[June] 24. At sea, John W. Hinkley. (See Accidents.)
[June] 28. Elizabeth, 15, daughter of John Adams.
[June] 29. In Searsmont, James L. Moody, 73, formerly a trader in Belfast.

[1891]
July 7. Capt. Charles H. Wording, 77, for many years a shipmaster. He was born in Castine, being a son of William Wording, who resided in Belfast about 1820.
[July] 9. Nathan Wight, 96, son of Edward Wight, a native of Penobscot, and the oldest man in Belfast. He served in the War of 1812.
[July] 10. In Milton, Mass., Ralph Durham, 60, formerly of Belfast.
[July] 10. In Northport, Mrs. Lucy, 21, wife of Eugene Black, of Belfast.
[July] 13. Miss Sarah E. Havener, 55.
[July] 13. Mrs. Orzilla Patterson, 76.
[July] 15. Mrs. Lorenzo D. Fogg, 62.
[July] 15. Helen I., 26, wife of Elmer O. Eaton, of Bangor, and daughter of John W. Nash, of Belfast.
[July] __. Mildred M. Packard, infant.
[July] 24. Ann Frances, 72, widow of the late Hon. Horatio Huntington Johnson. She was a daughter of the late Ansel Lothrop, of Searsmont, and, when a young lady, taught school in Belfast. She was foremost in all benevolent charities, and was endeared to all by her amiable disposition, and beloved by the children of her neighborhood.
[July] 31. Phebe, 24, wife of Ralph E. Nickerson, and daughter of Mrs. Rachel Kingsbury.


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1891.
Aug. 10. Emma C. Bramhall, 39, wife of Richard Pike Stickney, and daughter of the late Capt. John Bramhall.
[Aug.] __. In Boston, Miss Lizzie, daughter of the late Capt. Daniel D. Carlton, of Belfast.
[Aug.] 17. Eliza Rebecca, 44, wife of Jeremiah Sullivan, and daughter of Capt. John Park, of Searsmont.
[Aug.] 20. Mrs. Rosanna Young, 87.
[Aug.] 26. In New Albany, Ia., Harriet Lavinia, 64, widow of the late Francis H. Sleeper, and daughter of the late Alonzo Osborn, of Belfast.

[1891]
Sept. 1. In Phillipsburg, Mont., George A., 40, son of the late James Calderwood, of Belfast.
[Sept.] 2. Lizzie Linscott, 41.
[Sept.] 6. Capt. Andrew J. Kimball, 59, of Searsport.
[Sept.] 9. Ruth H. Davis, 63.
[Sept.] 9. In Bangor, Fred A. H. Pillsbury, 48, son of the late Ansel M. Pillsbury, and for several years telegraph operator in Belfast.
[Sept.] 17. Capt. John G. Small, 76.
[Sept.] 18. Charles W. Emmons, 15.
[Sept.] 22. Miss Mary A. Bartlett, 67. She was daughter of the late Jeremiah Bartlett, of Monroe.
[Sept.] 23. Salathiel Nickerson Otis, 57, son of the late Samuel Otis.
[Sept.] 26. In Portland, Maggie A., 29, wife of Charles Dyer, recently of Belfast.
[Sept.] 27. Mary, 2, daughter of James Aldus.

[1891]
Oct. 1. Margaret, 57, wife of James Cannon.
[Oct.] 2. Annie Blanchard, 30, of Six Miles Falls.
[Oct.] 2. Mary Eleanor (Durham), 57, wife of Benjamin T. Black.
[Oct.] 2. Mary D. Ellis, 66.
[Oct.] 3. In Hecla City, Mont., William S. Goyens, of Belfast. (See Accidents.)
[Oct.] 4. Near Henleyville, Cal., Lorena A., 66, widow of the late Simon W. Blanchard, and daughter of the late John Robinson, of Belfast.
[Oct.] 6. Asenath, 81, widow of the late Ambrose Strout. Her maiden name was Hurd, and she was born in Unity.
[Oct.] 8. In Camden, Alvin Robbins Dunton, 79, a native of Hope, and author of the Duntonian system of penmanship.
[Oct.] 13. Romulus C. Philbrick, 65, of Troy. (See Accidents.)
[Oct.] 20. Silas D. Brown, 82, son of Samuel Brown, an early settler. He was a man of intelligence and an extensive reader.
[Oct.] 23. In Detroit, Louise M., wife of Ralph Emery, recently of Belfast.

[1891]
Nov. 1. In Lynn, Mass., Rev. Jason Marriner, 67, a Free Baptist minister of force. He was born in Lincolnville, and once resided in Belfast.
[Nov.] 8. William F. Clark, 33, a native of Damariscotta.


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1891.
Nov. 10. In Augusta, Persina (Rankin), 84, widow of the late Benjamin Kelley, of Belfast, and a native of Winterport.
[Nov.] 11. In Portland, Miss Ida M., about 19, daughter of Rev. Theodore Gerrish, recently of Belfast.
[Nov.] 19. In Montreal, John Rhynas, about 68.
[Nov.] 19. In the Chinese waters, Lieut.-Commander Joseph Marthon, about 51, of U.S.S. Palos. He married Miss Lizzie Doak, of Belfast.
[Nov.] 22. Arixene L., 52, daughter of the late James Young McClintock.
[Nov.] 28. Charles P. Walker, 72, a native of Belmont.

[1891]
Dec. 1. Hiram Jones, 63, a native of Brooks, and a naval pensioner of the Mexican War.
[Dec.] 1. Hattie P., 37, wife of Loretto Hayford, and daughter of Elisha Mosher, of China.
[Dec.] 1. Samuel G. Ellis, 71, a native of Prospect. His early life was passed in Brooks. He came to Belfast in 1870, and engaged in trade.
[Dec.] 12. In Brockton, Mass., Ethel, 1, daughter of Lewis E. Fernald, formerly of Belfast.
[Dec.] 14. In Dorchester, Mass., Edward Baker, 83, a jeweller in Belfast from 1840 to 1870. He was born in Portland.
[Dec.] 15. In Everett, Mass., Mrs. Julia A. Hudson, 46, daughter of the late Charles Giles, of Belfast.
[Dec.] __. Abbie W., 71, widow of the late James Paul. Her maiden name was Harvard, and she was formerly a teacher in Bangor.
[Dec.] 25. Ann, 81, widow of the late C. C. Kimball.
[Dec.] 26. In Waldo, Nancy L., 73, wife of George C. Harding, a former resident of Belfast.
[Dec.] 29. In South Weymouth, Mass., Frederick E. Wright, a young artist of much promise who had passed several summers in Belfast.

1892.
Jan. 2. Josephine M., 63, widow of the late Lemine Colley. She was a native of Alfred, and came to Belfast about 1850.
[Jan.] 4. Julia M., 70, wife of Daniel Haraden and daughter of the late William Quimby.
[Jan.] 6. Charlotte V., 76, widow of the late Capt. William Burkett, and daughter of the late James Simonton, of Camden.
[Jan.] 9. In Boston, Mary Ann, 73, widow of the late Josephus Morton. She was daughter of the late Jonathan Durham, and first married Hon. David W. Lothrop, of Belfast. In her younger days she was a well-known school-teacher in Belfast.
[Jan.] 10. Capt. Harrison Mahoney, 77, a native of Northport. For twenty-five years, he commanded large vessels, and never lost or demasted one. He had been Alderman, and Councilman from Ward 1.
[Jan.] 13. Bennie P., infant son of Will Kinsman Keene.


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1892.
Jan. 13. Joseph Bean, 79. He was son of Lewis Bean, who came to Belfast from York, in 1806. From 1833 to 1865, he was a member of the well-known firm of Furber & Bean, hatters, a business which he continued after the death of the latter in 1865, until 1889. He represented Belfast in the Legislature of 1844-45.
[Jan.] 15. Albion Keith Paris Moore, 71, a son of the late Gen. Samuel Moore, of Steuben. When young, he was a local Methodist preacher. In 1861, he went to the War in a Cherryfield company of the Sixth Maine Regiment, and came to Belfast three years after. He was a man of ability and held several places of public trust.
[Jan.] 15. Alfred Walton, 86. He was born in Bangor, but came to Belfast when young.
[Jan.] 16. Mary E. Page, 42.
[Jan.] 22. Mrs. Sarah Spear, 63.
[Jan.] 22. In Philadelphia, Mary Ann, 79, widow of the late Hon. John H. Converse, of Newcastle, and daughter of the late John H. Conner, of Belfast.
[Jan.] 23. Lorenzo D. Fogg, 62.
[Jan.] 25. In Tombstone, Ariz., Solomon Thayer Carr, 69, a native of Lubec, and in his younger days a resident of Belfast.
[Jan.] 29. John S. Hill, 66.
[Jan.] 30. In Charlestown, Mass., Percy L., 20, son of Capt. W. G. Kneeland, formerly of Belfast.
[Jan.] 30. Eliakim Ellis, 78.
[Jan.] 31. Mrs. Lucy P. Gilman, 57.

[1892]
Feb. 1. Mrs. Laura A. Bangs, 39, of Portland.
[Feb.] 5. Mrs. Eliza Ellis, 90.
[Feb.] 5. Fred L. Carter, 40. He was son of the late Jonathan Carter, of Montville.
[Feb.] 5. In Camden, N. J., Francis Asbury Bean, M.D., 72, a native of Belfast, and son of the late Josiah Bean. He was formerly an ordained Methodist minsiter, and afterwards practiced as a physician, in Dixmont, Bangor, and Philadelphia.
[Feb.] 6. In Boston, Dr. Robert Willard, 53. In 1868, he married Caroline Cross, daughter of the late Joseph Williamson, Sr., of Belfast.
[Feb.] 6. Capt. Jeremiah Stover, 69.
[Feb.] 7. Mary C., 52, wife of W. Horace Banks.
[Feb.] 8. Betsey J., 89, widow of the late Jeremy Dodge. She was daughter of the late Thomas Gilkey, of Islesboro.
[Feb.] 8. Capt. Joseph T. Conant, 50, of Camden, Deputy Collector of Customs in Belfast under President Cleveland's first administration.
[Feb.] 8. Edmund P. Brown, 76. He was son of the late John G. Brown, who came here from Gorham in 1804, and died in 1872. He


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was a man of much intelligence, and of strict integrity. Arthur Irving and Frederick Wording are his sons.
Feb. 12. John Kimball, 90, a native of Monmouth, and for many years a trader in Swanville.
[Feb.] 16. In Liberty, John Edmunds, 61, turnkey in the Belfast jail, under Sheriff Walls.
[Feb.] 20. In Fosters, O., Rev. William F. Bridge, 71, formerly preceptor of Belfast Academy.
[Feb.] 21. Elizabeth P., 79, widow of the late Henry E. Carter.
[Feb.] 26. In Morrill, Catherine, 87, widow of the late John M. Bailey, and at one time a resident of Belfast.
[Feb.] 27. In Newton Centre, Mass., Angie, about 66, wife of James Gammans, Jr., formerly of Belfast.
[Feb.] 27. In Richmond, Capt. Samuel Blanchard, 84, for eight years commander of steamer Daniel Webster, on the Bangor and Portland route.
[Feb.] 28. In Augusta, Charles J. Ingraham, 47, of Searsmont, formerly a resident of Belfast.
[Feb.] 29. In Chelsea, Mass., Elizabeth L., 73, widow of the late Samuel L. Haraden, of Belfast.

[1892]
Mar. 1. Mary J., 67, widow of the late Daniel Foster, of Montville.
[Mar.] 3. Mabel, 20, wife of Frank Dunbar.
[Mar.] 7. Charles H. Watts, 45, a native of Stockton Springs.
[Mar.] 9. In Nottingham, N. H., John J. Haskell, 67, formerly of Belfast.
[Mar.] 9. W. Horace Banks, 60.
[Mar.] 11. In Rockland, Eliza A., 84, widow of the late Samuel Maddocks, of Belfast.
[Mar.] 12. Ella H., 42, wife of Isaac Dunbar.
[Mar.] 15. Miss Marianna, 22, daughter of Levi L. Robbins.
[Mar.] 15. In Andover, N. J., Edmund Whitmore, about 40, formerly of Belfast. He was the son of Francis Whitmore.
[Mar.] 16. Francis W. Whitmore, 35.
[Mar.] 17. Capt. Alfred Patterson, 69, son of George Patterson.
[Mar.] 17. Miss Mary A. Trussell, 74, daughter of the late David Trussell.
[Mar.] 18. Wealthy L., 21, wife of Herbert Wiley.
[Mar.] 24. Mrs. May J. Nickerson, 68.
[Mar.] 24. In Yarmouth, Daniel S. Moody, 69, for many years a resident of Belfast.
[Mar.] 27. Warren Bean, 68.
[Mar.] 27. In Knox, Woodbury Franklin, 31, son of the late James H. Moody, formerly of Belfast.
[Mar.] 28. Eliza J., 66, wife of H. Winslow Ellis.
[Mar.] 29. Sarah N., 71, wife of Luther M. Smith. She was married to him in 1847, and had since resided in Belfast. (See Accidents.)


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1892.
Mar. 30. Emma, 67, widow of the late Joseph W. Perkins.

[1892]
Apr. 3. In Richmond, B. F. Dunbar, 53.
[Apr.] 3. Robert Franklin, 48, son of the late John Peirce. He was president of the Belfast Illuminating Company.
[Apr.] 4. Susan C., 64, widow of the late David Barker, of Exeter, the gifted Maine poet, and daughter of the late Major Timothy Chase.
[Apr.] 5. Mrs. Lucinda Small, 82.
[Apr.] 6. Miss Mattie S. Fernald, 42. She was born in Lincolnville. For twenty years she was a compositor in the printing-offices of Belfast.
[Apr.] 8. In Melrose, Mass., Mrs. Nahum Nickerson, formerly of East Belfast.
[Apr.] 11. In Fort Payne, Ala., George Mayo, 52, for several years a resident of Belfast. During the War he served in the United States Navy.
[Apr.] 13. In Camden, Emma, about 50, wife of Capt. Holly M. Bean, and daughter of William Pottle, of Belfast.
[Apr.] 16. In Boston, Samuel S. Towle, 46, formerly of Belfast. He was son of the late Joshua Towle.
[Apr.] 17. Amos R. Boynton, 75, a native of Bangor. He was a master carpenter, and some of the finest buildings in Belfast were of his workmanship. He was of strong mind and exemplary character. During a long illness, he bore his severe affliction with Christian fortitude.
[Apr.] 19. Miss Mary F., 19, daughter of A. B. Armstrong.
[Apr.] 21. Lucy M., 83, widow of the late Israel Cox. She was a native of Scarboro, and daughter of Phineas Milliken of that town.
[Apr.] 26. Alfred Berry, 78.

[1892]
May 1. In Waltham, Mass., Samuel G. Howard, 66, for many years a wheelwright in Belfast.
[May] 1. In Wellesley, Mass., Lavinia Redman, wife of James W. Brown, formerly of Belfast. She was born in Ellsworth.
[May] 3. Zenas Stephenson, 51.
[May] 7. Miss Nancy Colburn, 87. She was the last surviving child of Ebenezer Colburn, of Belfast, Revolutionary soldier. One of her sisters was wife of the late Hon. Thomas H. Marshall, in whose family and in that of his son Hon. William Colburn Marshall, she had resided since childhood.
[May] 13. In Marblehead, Mass., Benjamin S. Patterson, 78, a native of Belfast.
[May] 15. Mrs. Bridget Hershen, 79. Her funeral was the first which took place from the Belfast Catholic Church.
[May] 19. Margaret A., 40, wife of Amos Hall.
[May] 20. In Oswego, N. Y., Paul H., 30, son of the late George Frank-



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lin White, of Belfast. He was a young man of stability of character, and had a high reputation in the town of his adoption.
May 24. Arthur G. Lampher, 72.
[May] 25. In San Francisco, Mrs. Elizabeth L., 56, wife of Charles A. Parsons, and daughter of the late Capt. David Green, of Belfast. Her mother was sister of the late Nathaniel Wilson, who left the educational bequest to his native city.
[May] 26. Alfred Ginn Ellis, 44, of the firm Ellis & Ginn, and a native of Brooks.
[May] 29. Earl C., 5, son of Oscar C. Wentworth.
[May] 31. Calvin Hubbard, 69, of Camden.

[1892]
June 6. Mrs. Delilah H. Morin, 47, formerly of Stockton Springs.
[June] 7. Horace, 44, son of the late Henry E. Burkmar, of Belfast.
[June] 8. Ella L., 40, wife of Charles H. Brier, and daughter of Elisha Linscott.
[June] 13. Savilla, 81, wife of Daniel McGee.
[June] 17. Eliza J., 83, wife of Richard Brown. She was a native of North Haven.
[June] __. In Boston, Louise, 13, daughter of Augustus Hill Kelley, formerly principal of the Belfast High School.
[June] 20. Daisie C., 39, wife of Col. Horace Eugene McDonald, and daughter of William H. Brown.
[June] 21. In Chelsea, Mass., Mrs. Lydia Wilson, 88, a former resident of Belfast. She was daughter of the late Capt. Bartholomew Flowers.
[June] 24. Idabell N., 1, daughter of Charles H. Brier.
[June] 28. Mrs. Eliza A. Kelley, 56.
[June] 29. Mrs. Eva A., 49, wife of George W. Patterson.
[June] 29. Mrs. Abby Gray, 87.

[1892]
July 12. Henry H. Healey, 70, formerly of Rockland.
[July] 17. In Milton, Mass., Susan E., 60, wife of Anson E. Durham, and daughter of the late Jonathan T. Quimby.
[July] 20. Lucy H., 74, wife of Bohan Prentice Field, and daughter of the late John Haraden.
[July] 24. Capt. Henry Wyman, 71.

[1892]
Aug. 3. In Waldo, Lucy E., 32, wife of George Elwell, and daughter of Thomas Bates, of Belfast.
[Aug.] 3. In Fergus Falls, Minn., Emma F., 42, wife of Hon. J. P. Williams. She was the youngest and the last surviving child of the late Erastus B. Stephenson, of Belfast.
[Aug.] 11. Myrtle A., infant of Thomas G. Small.
[Aug.] 14. Mary D., 72, wife of Rev. William Ford, and a pioneer Spiritualist.
[Aug.] 19. In Waldoboro, David H. Kimball, 66, a native of Belfast. During the War, he served in the Fourth Maine Regiment.
[Aug.] 22. Mrs. Betsey Knowlton, 78.


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1892.
Aug. 25. Rosina, 71, wife of James Henderson.
[Aug.] 31. Clara E., 3, daughter of J. Emerson Hills.
[Aug.] __. In Haverhill, Mass., Mrs. Mary B. Terrill, 78, formerly of Belfast.

[1892]
Sept. 5. Alice M., 1, daughter of Philip G. Coombs.
[Sept.] 6. Jacob D. Tucker, 71. He was a native of Vermont, and in 1849 came to Lincolnville, where he held many public offices. He was Sheriff, 1861-65, and from 1875 to 1880 landlord of the American House.
[Sept.] 7. Lucy, 83, widow of the late Isaac H. Darby.
[Sept.] 12. Mary B., 87, widow of the late Jonathan Knowles.
[Sept.] 15. Mrs. Lydia A. McKenzie, 84.
[Sept.] 17. Mervin H., infant son of Frank H. Dunbar.
[Sept.] 20. Grace Ulmer, 31, wife of Willis Sherman Hatch, and daughter of George Ulmer White.
[Sept.] 20. Dennis Ring, 94, a native of Ireland.
[Sept.] 21. Capt. Andrew Derby Bean, 79. He was son of the late Josiah Bean, of Belfast. In 1861, he raised a company in Brooks, and was wounded in action. He was Provost Marshal, and from 1879 to 1887, postmaster of Belfast.
[Sept.] 29. Charlotte N., 75, widow of the late Capt. William G. Veazie, and daughter of the late William Hutchings of Penobscot, who lived to be 101 years of age, the last Revolutionary pensioner in Maine.
[Sept.] 29. Myles O'Leary, 88. He came here in 1852.

[1892]
Oct. 2. Harold M., 1, son of Fred H. Young.
[Oct.] 3. In Somerville, Mass., Lorenzo Dow, 67, of Fairfield, formerly of Belfast.
[Oct.] 4. Levi J. Ferris, 50, recently of Augusta.
[Oct.] 8. Mrs. Abbie C. Myrick, 67.
[Oct.] 13. William R. Stoddard, 82, a native of Brunswick.
[Oct.] 16. Thomas M. Daniels, 67. During the War, he was a soldier in Company I, Second Maine Cavalry.
[Oct.] 16. In Norwich, Conn., Rev. Granville W. Jenkins, 41, formerly pastor of the Universalist Society of Belfast.
[Oct.] 25. In Paris, France, Julia Emerson Lambard, 64, wife of Ralph Cross Johnson, of New York, formerly of Belfast. She was daughter of the late Allen Lambard, of Augusta.
[Oct.] 27. In New York, Farley, 69, widow of the late Anthony Andrews, of Belfast. She was a native of Prussia.

[1892]
Nov. 4. In Bangor, Jonathan Pitcher, 77, a native of Belfast.
[Nov.] 6. In Melrose, Mass., Dr. Henry J. Brickett, formerly of Belfast.
[Nov.] 7. Converse O. Macomber, 64, a native of Damariscotta.
[Nov.] 8. John Carle, 47. He was born in Hampden, and came to Belfast in 1886.


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1892.
Nov. 13. William Elwell, 81, a native of Waldo.
[Nov.] 16. Angeline C., 59, wife of Elisha Harris. She was born in Oldtown, and her maiden name was Whitehouse.
[Nov.] 16. Lizzie Agnes Brown, 38, wife of George Warren Miller. She was a native of Chelsea.
[Nov.] 17. Samuel Redman, 65. His native place was Brooksville.
[Nov.] 17. Viola P., 15, daughter of Capt. Altana E. Stevens.
[Nov.] 27. Rev. William Ford, 79. He was born in Burnham, ordained as a Free Will Baptist minister in 1860, and preached in Swanville, Brooks, and Monroe.
[Nov.] 28. In Newport, R. I., Jerusha Durham, 86, widow of the late Capt. William Farrow, of Belfast.

[1892]
Dec. 12. Ansel W., 1, son of George Porter Cottrell.
[Dec.] 17. In Lynn, Mass., Ernest H., son of Ernest L. White, formerly of Belfast.
[Dec.] 20. William Thaxter Colburn, 81. He was a native of Wiscasset, but came to Belfast with his parents when about a year old. He was the oldest business man in the city, and always prominent in business and political affairs. From 1845 to 1849 he was postmaster, and repeatedly held other positions of public trust.
[Dec.] 28. Mary A., 54, wife of John B. Thombs.
[Dec.] 29. Eva, infant child of Wellington Roberts.
[Dec.] 29. Michael H. Keating, 66, a well-known insurance agent. He was a native of Searsmont.
[Dec.] 29. Elijah M. Shuman, 72. He came to Belfast from Waldoboro.
[Dec.] 30. Hiram Emery Peirce,74. He was a son of the late Capt. David Peirce, and was prominent in local business matters. He went overland to California in 1849.
[Dec.] 31. Eddie, infant son of James W. Nickerson.
[Dec.] __. Capt. David Gilmore, 88. His father was John Gilmore, 2d, an early settler.

1893.
Jan. 4. Mary W., widow of the late William Maxfield Rust. She was a native of Brewer.
[Jan.] Mrs. Sophronia Ryder, 74.
[Jan.] 11. In Camden, Samuel Z. Day, 56, formerly of Belfast.
[Jan.] 12. Esther J., 69, wife of Charles A. Wiley.
[Jan.] 16. In Waterville, John Poor, 89, of Belfast. He was born in Belmont.
[Jan.] 18. Hannah Houston, 78, widow of the late Capt. Charles H. Wording.
[Jan.] 29. Roxana M., 69, wife of Jacob G. Cook.
[Jan.] 30. Phineas Y. Clements, 73, a native of Waldo.

[1893]
Feb. 1. Eugene F. Bolter, 22.
[Feb.] 4. In Madison, Lydia J., 64, wife of Ezra J. Roberts, formerly of Belfast.


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1893.
Feb. 8. Charles H. Dillingham, 40, of Camden.
[Feb.] 11. In Salem, Mass., John Angus, about 60, formerly of Belfast.
[Feb.] 14. Capt. James C. Mayo, 73, a native of Castine.
[Feb.] 14. Capt. Donald Nicholson, 42, of Bucksport.
[Feb.] 18. Marcellus R. Cooper, 57, son of Leonard Cooper, of Whitefield.
[Feb.] 19. Moses Trussell, 58.
[Feb.] 24. In Deer Isle, Charles A. Russ, 80, a trader here, 1860-65.
[Feb.] 24. William L. Abbott, 87. (See Accidents.)
[Feb.] 24. Mrs. Lydia H. Ford, 52.
[Feb.] 26. George Brooks Ferguson, 61, born at The Head of The Tide, Belfast, 27 April, 1832, son of Moses Wason and Lydia (Brooks) Ferguson. He early entered the employ of S. Otis & Co., at Citypoint, soon becoming a member of that firm, which continued in business until 1880, dealing in wood, lumber, hay, grain, country produce, and general groceries, and in addition built and owned the vessels in which its merchandise was transported. Mr. Ferguson was also manager of the Oak Hill Granite Company, and was for many years a director of the B. & M. L. R.R. Co. Always much interested in municipal affairs, he served as a member of the Board of Aldermen, in 1858, and from 1869 to 1872. From 1869 until his death he held the position of Collector of Customs in the Belfast District. Possessed of an agreeable personality and genial manner, and upright and strictly honorable in all his various relations, Mr. Ferguson had the confidence and respect of the community. He married Evelina, daughter of Ibrook E. Collins, of Belfast. Of their four children but one lived to reach maturity: Clinton George, born 21 March, 1864, now of Houlton. (See Portrait.)
[Feb.] 26. In Roxbury, Mass., Charles H. Burd, 57, of the Boston Custom-House; a son of the late Samuel S. Burd. At the first battle of Bull Run, as Lieutenant of Company F, Fourth Maine, he was wounded, and carried a prisoner to Richmond.
[Feb.] 27. In Lynn, Mass., David O. Alden, 55, of Belfast.
[Feb.] 28. In Portland, George H. Lefavor, 57, formerly of Belfast.

[1893]
Mar. 1. In Boston, Nathaniel L. V. Boulter, 68, formerly of Belfast.
[Mar.] 1. Mrs. Annie M. Grout, 60, of Winterport.
[Mar.] 3. Guy W. Hodgkinson, 1.
[Mar.] 5. In Stamford, N. Y., Maud, 27, wife of Bliss Coombs.
[Mar.] 5. Charles Philbrick, 78, from a fall. (See p. 304.)
[Mar.] 6. Melinda, 87, widow of the late William Shute. She was a daughter of the late Daniel French, of Prospect.
[Mar.] 6. In Boston, William J. A., 62, son of the late William Howard.
[Mar.] 8. Almedia H., 65, wife of Jeremiah C. Thompson.
[Mar.] 10. In Sanford, Paul P. Wakefield, 80, long a baker in Belfast.
[Mar.] 13. Simeon Staples, 77, a master ship-builder; born in Searsport.
[Mar.] 16. In Jackson, Leon M., 3, son of Albert A. Nickerson.


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1893.
Mar. 19. In Gloucester, Mass., Cora A. Crawford, 27.
[Mar.] 25. Franklin Houston Durham, 60. He was born in Belfast, 8 March, 1833, son of James and Elizabeth (Mathews) Durham, and grandson of Deacon Tolford Durham, a first settler. He married Sarah Burgess Wight in 1857. "For 35 years he was a master builder and contracter in Belfast, and erected many buildings which are ornaments to our city and a credit to the skill of the builder. He was often chosen as referee to decide on the value of property, his good judgment and well-known principles of integrity rendering him a valuable man in such matters." (From the "Republican Journal.")
[Mar.] 26. In Springfield, S. Dak., Mrs. Eliza A. Davidson, 82.
[Mar.] 31. Medora F., 29, wife of Austin Clough, and daughter of Charles A. Godfrey.

[1893]
Apr. 6. In Brunswick, Ga., Capt. Andrew L. Allen, 43.
[Apr.] 8. In Rockland, John Kellar, 85, recently of Belfast.
[Apr.] 9. William C., 18, son of Mrs. Ellen Callinan.
[Apr.] 20. Frank B., 7, son of David L. Cook.
[Apr.] 24. In Portland, Laura A., 78, widow of the late Albert Small.
[Apr.] 27. In Oakland, Cal., Mary E., 86, widow of the late Gen. James W. Webster, and daughter of the late William Moody, of Belfast.
[Apr.] 27. Albert E. Pillsbury, 17, son of Edgar Pillsbury.
[Apr.] 28. Marion Agnes, 1, daughter of George Warren Miller.
[Apr.] 29. Mary O., 84, wife of Isaac C. Abbott, and daughter of William Evans, of Fryeburg, a Revolutionary soldier.

[1893]
May 3. Fannie M. Twiss, 35.
[May] 4. In Isleboro, Alonzo J. Bagley, 50, of Belfast.
[May] 5. Mrs. Sarah Patten, 85, widow of the late Deacon Edwin Beaman, and a native of Bangor.
[May] 10. Myrtie M., 5, daughter of Charles Thaddeus Littlefield.
[May] 11. In Ballston Spa, N. Y., Wilfred A., infant son of Rev. Rollin Thurman Hack.
[May] 15. Hazeltine A., 1, son of James Howard Howes.
[May] 16. John H. Lane, 87.
[May] 27. Jane H., 66, widow of the late Joseph S. Noyes, and daughter of the late John Haraden.

[1893]
June 3. William Cunningham, 78, an old East Side Belfast trader.
[June] 7. In Augusta, John W. Mitchell, 30, recently a school-teacher in Belfast. He was drowned while bathing. He was an energetic and conscientious temperance advocate.
[June] 11. In Atco, N. J., John C. Foye, 74, recently of Belfast.
[June] 11. In Englewood, Ill., Rev. George Gannett, D.D., 73, son of the late Luther Gannett, and formerly of Belfast.
[June] 13. In Swanville, Reuben Staples Smart, 77. He resided in Belfast when building the Court-House. Many large stone forts and lighthouses on our coast remain monuments of his skillful workmanship.


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1893.
June 19. Mrs. William H. Spear, 62.
[June] 20. Mrs. Ada J. Whitehouse, 37.
[June] 25. In Los Angeles, Cal., Nathaniel R. Maxcy, a native of Searsmont, and one of the pioneers from Belfast in the bark W. O. Alden.
[June] 26. Martha T., 72, widow of the late Andrew Mason. She was born in Searsport.
[June] 28. In Lynn, Mass., Lizzie S., 32, wife of Martin E. Bailey, and daughter of the late Albert E. Cunningham, of Belfast.
[June] 30. Fannie A. Ellis, 42.

[1893]
July 1. Harold E. Whitcomb, 1.
[July] 7. In Prospect, John Libby, 80, a native of Belfast.
[July] 8. In New York, John Brooks, 17, son of F. H. and Mary O. Field Russell. He was accidentally drowned.
[July] 11. In Northport, Miss Emmie B., 32, daughter of Dr. Benjamin Colson, of Belfast, and a native of Monroe.
[July] 16. Fields S. Coombs, 32, a native of Islesboro.
[July] 17. Grace F., 53, wife of William T. Hewey, formerly of Brooksville.
[July] 22. Sarah, 65, wife of Horatio Spicer, and daughter of the late Joseph McDonald.
[July] 23. George E. Wight, 65. He was a son of the late Joseph Wight. In 1849, he went to California, in the bark W. O. Alden, and remained two years.
[July] 23. In Montville, Rachel M., about 74, widow of the late John C. Robbins, a former proprietor of the Phœnix House.
[July] 27. On Lake Erie, N. Y., Capt. Thomas Winslow Warren, 51, of Belfast. He fell from a vessel of which he was mate. (See Accidents.)
[July] 27. In Islesboro, Leonard R. Pendleton, 21, of Belfast. (See Accidents.)
[July] 28. In Bath, Frances A., 53, wife of William J. Dennett, and daughter of the late Phineas Davis, of Belfast.
[July] 29. In Boston, Richard Briggs, 64, a prominent crockery dealer. He married Mary Frances, daughter of the late Thomas Towne, of Belfast.
[July] 31. Miss Clementine Sylvester, 59, a native of Northport.

[1893]
Aug. 4. Anna May, 11 mos., daughter of William Henry Staples.
[Aug.] 6. In Portland, Mrs. Catherine Conley, 60, Mamie Conley, 19, and Agnes Conley, 15, recently of Belfast. They were killed by the bursting of a public reservoir.
[Aug.] 7. In Orland, Jane, 89, widow of the late Gillett Emerson, of Belfast.
[Aug.] 10. Miss Effie M., 34, daughter of William Quinnum Spinney.
[Aug.] 10. Infant daughter of George E. Priest.
[Aug.] 10. Margaret E., 50, widow of the late Charles H. Hubbard, and daughter of the late Capt. James Gilchrist.


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1893.
Aug. 14. In Halifax, N. S., Hon. Wakefield Gale Frye, of Belfast, U. S. Consul-General. (See chapter xxi on Lawyers, and Portrait.)
[Aug.] 14. In Augusta, Capt. Edwin Horace Herriman, 66, of Belfast. He had commanded some of the largest ships. The loss of the ship P. R. Hazeltine, of which he was master, in 1878, unsettled his mind.
[Aug.] 19. Langley J. Hoag, 63, a native of Pittsfield, N. H.
[Aug.] 23. Hannah N., 56, wife of Milford Weed.
[Aug.] 26. William Burton Spinney, 20.
[Aug.] 27. Mary, 79, wife of H. Dean Shaw.
[Aug.] 30. Ella Frances, infant daughter of Alfred S. Stoney.
[Aug.] 31. Caroline M., 61, wife of David E. Bird. She was born in North Haven.

[1893]
Sept. 2. In Lakeview, Mass., Charles B. Ferrin, late proprietor of the Revere House, Boston. He married Alvira P., daughter of the late Capt. John T. Gilman, of Belfast.
[Sept.] 9. Walter Bingham Alden, 66. (See chapter xxi on Lawyers.)
[Sept.] 10. Watson Curtis, 66.
[Sept.] 11. Mrs. Nancy (Rowell) Reeves, 81, a native of Montville.
[Sept.] 12. Capt. Thomas Cottrell, 79. He was born in Northport, and is remembered as master of the old topsail schooners Scioto, Brutus, Waldo, and others.
[Sept.] 24. In Camden, Millard E. Bean, 30, a native of Belfast. He was a son of Holly M. Bean.
[Sept.] 28. Eliza J., 57, widow of the late Lewis L. Howard, of Morrill, and daughter of the late William Sheldon.
[Sept.] 28. Elizabeth A., 80, widow of the late Benjamin Brown.
[Sept.] 29. In Northport, Miss Desire, 28, daughter of Ransom Abbott, school-teacher, and recently copyist in Registry of Deeds.
[Sept.] 30. In Biddeford, Caroline, 72, widow of the late John Durning, of Belfast.

[1893]
Oct. 2. Frank H. Cole, 48.
[Oct.] 3. Miss Lucinda B., 57, daughter of the late Abraham Knowlton, of Northport.
[Oct.] 4. William O. Cunningham, 76.
[Oct.] 9. Frank W. Rolerson, 17.
[Oct.] 21. In Pepperwood, Cal., John Phillips, 82.
[Oct.] 22. Miss Annie M. Brown, 35.
[Oct.] 30. George William Patterson, 66.

[1893]
Nov. 8. In Brownville, Deacon Freeman Tufts, 86, a native of Belfast. He removed to Brownville, in 1865.
[Nov.] 12. In Hampden, Dehlia Havener, 25.
[Nov.] 14. In Waldo, George C. Harding, 78, a former resident of Belfast.
[Nov.] 16. Clara A., 45, wife of Benjamin F. Neal. She was born in Windsor.
[Nov.] 21. Infant child of John Jackson.


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1893.
Nov. 23. In Braintree, Mass., Charles C. Gregg, 55, a native of Brewer. He resided in Belfast for several years.
[Nov.] 24. Margaret, 77, widow of the late George Speed.
[Nov.] 25. Hannah W., 70, wife of S. Verrill Jones. She was born in Brooksville.
[Nov.] 27. In Camden, Wealthy Eastman, 69, recently of Belfast.
[Nov.] 28. Miss Mary Etta West, 35.

[1893]
Dec. 3. Mary, 78, wife of Daniel G. Hinds. She was a daughter of the late Joel Prescott.
[Dec.] 4. Ann E., 74, widow of Capt. Thomas Cottrell, and daughter of the late Dennis Emery.
[Dec.] 5. In Benton Falls, Eleanor A. Davis, 41.
[Dec.] 11. John Atwell Mace, 64, a native of Readfield, and conductor on the Belfast Railroad since 1870. A sketch of his life and a portrait appeared on the Time Tables of the Maine Central Railroad, for February, 1892.
[Dec.] 13. In Paola, Kansas, Benjamin W. Lothrop, a native of Searmont, and for several years a resident of Belfast.
[Dec.] 23. In Astoria, New York, Alonzo S. Patterson, a native of Belfast.
[Dec.] 24. In Jacksonville, Fla., Melville W. Drew, 58, partner of Benjamin Prescott Hazeltine, of Belfast. He was born in Houlton.
[Dec.] 26. Sydney H., infant son of John Wade.
[Dec.] 26. In Lewiston, Benjamin Clark, 69, formerly of Belfast.
[Dec.] __. In Caribou, Michael Gannon, 58, formerly of Belfast.
[Dec.] 29. Harriet F., 83, widow of the late Albert Bingham, and daughter of the late Col. Daniel Lane.
[Dec.] 29. Miss Martha Hinds, 76.
[Dec.] 30. Mrs. Elizabeth Walton, 82.

1894.
Jan. 1. Miss Mary L., 48, daughter of the late Moses Thompson.
[Jan.] 1. In Ardmore, I. T., Anna S., 47, wife of Erastus M. Thomas, and daughter of J. D. Tucker.
[Jan.] 2. George Woods, 81, a native of Unity. He was well-known school-teacher and surveyor, and had held many municipal offices.
[Jan.] 3. Laura M., 33, wife of Frank O. Whiting, and a native of Monroe.
[Jan.] 4. Eben Edwards, 85, a native of Liberty. He served a seven year's apprenticeship as brickmason, and became master of his trade, building many of the older brick buildings in Belfast.
[Jan.] 5. In Lynn, Mass., Ardell R. Davis, 33.
[Jan.] 6. Eben Littlefield, 79, a native of Wells. He had been several times in the city government, and before moving to Belfast from Brooks, was Representative and Selectman.


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1894.
Jan. 7. In Rockport, Mary H., 78, widow of the late Rev. W. O. Thomas, formerly of Belfast.
[Jan.] 12. In Bangor, Reuel H., 46, son of the late Capt. Reuel Stanley, of Belfast, and a well-known journalist.
[Jan.] 18. In Northport, William A. Lear, 4, carriage painter in Belfast.
[Jan.] 19. Esther C., 85, widow of the late Gorham Lancaster. She was born in Northport.
[Jan.] 20. In Hammond, La., Susie J. Libby, formerly of Belfast.
[Jan.] 21. John B. Wadlin, 71. He was son of the late J. Daniel Wadlin.
[Jan.] 21. Thomas O'Leary, 59.
[Jan.] 22. Essie A., 23, wife of Elbert J. Monroe.
[Jan.] 23. Caleb W. Nash, 59. (See Accidents.)
[Jan.] 27. Edwin W., 37, son of Samuel C. Heath.

[1894]
Feb. 1. Mrs. Lydia B. Walls, 77.
[Feb.] 7. Deborah, 98, widow of the late Robert Murphy, a native of St. George, and the oldest resident of Belfast.
[Feb.] 7. In Boston, Walter Ingraham Field, 24, son of George Prentice and Alma Cleghorn Field.
[Feb.] 8. In Knox, Mary Rogers, 85, a former resident of Belfast.
[Feb.] 8. Charlotte B., 86, widow of the late William H. Jones, of China. She was born in Boothbay, and her first husband was Philip Eastman, who died in Belfast in 1839.
[Feb.] 16. In Portland, Fannie E., 47, wife of Bainbridge A. Knowlton, and daughter of James Reeves.
[Feb.] 19. Althea E., 47, wife of Luther Calderwood. She was a daughter of Peter Tower of Belmont.
[Feb.] 24. In New York, Miss Alice M., 36, daughter of Mrs. Harriet A. and the late Gilson Carman.
[Feb.] 26. Mrs. Philomelia G., 80, wife of Capt. Nathaniel Teague, formerly of South West Harbor.

[1894]
Mar. 1. Miss Araline B. Crowell, 35.
[Mar.] 3. Dr. Jason Gordon, 60, a native of Thorndike.
[Mar.] 5. In Augusta, George O., 63, son of the late John M. Bailey, and a resident of Belfast for forty-two years. He was an energetic business man and had held many positions.
[Mar.] 8. James Crosby, 79, a native of Ireland.
[Mar.] 9. Eliza, 73, widow of the late Leander Davis.
[Mar.] 10. Archibald M. Scott, 73, of Richmond.
[Mar.] 12. Julia, 80, widow of the late Alexander Shibles.
[Mar.] 14. Rebecca C., 69, widow of the late William C. Poor. She was a daughter of the late Libbeus Bicknell, of Belmont.
[Mar.] 20. In Boston, Miss Abby Cox, 69, daughter of the late Bailey Peirce, of Belfast.
[Mar.] 24. In Franklin, Mass., Mary E., 48, wife of Alphonzo Hawkins, and daughter of Oliver Chase, of Belfast.
[Mar.] 25. William Reeves, 73.


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1894.
Apr. 2. Ann E., 60, widow of the late Samuel Norton. She was a daughter of Zaluna Washburn, of China.
[Apr.] 4. Miss Sarah A., 62, daughter of Robert R. Swett. She had been a successful teacher.
[Apr.] 5. Warren S., 4, son of Charles M. Young. (See Accidents.)
[Apr.] 11. In Roxbury, Mass., Thomas J. Pishon, 75, formerly of Belfast.
[Apr.] 11. In Hartford, Conn., Lucy H., 53, wife of Rev. Edwin Pond Parker, D.D., formerly of Belfast.
[Apr.] 19. In Stockton, Cal., Margaret R. Y., 50, wife of George W. Goodell, and daughter of the late Henry Dunbar, formerly of Belfast.
[Apr.] 25. Miss Effie L., 37, daughter of the late Henry Dunbar, formerly of Belfast.
[Apr.] 28. Sarah J., 82, widow of the late John Lane, and daughter of the late Capt. Phineas Kellam, of Belfast.

[1894]
May 10. Josiah Mitchell, 78, a native of Troy, and a resident of Belfast since 1858.
[May] 14. In Islesboro, Mrs. John M. Wood, 89, of Belfast.
[May] 17. In Roxbury, Mass., David M. Hodgdon, 67, son of the late John Hodgdon, of Belfast.
[May] 27. In Los Angeles, Cal., Martha H. Black, 57, a former resident of Belfast.
[May] 27. Josie L. Piper, 18.
[May] 28. Edmund M. Philbrick, 56.
[May] 28. Mrs. Martha A. Mason, 69. She was the last of ten children of the late Capt. James Davis.
[May] 28. Julia A., 70, wife of Harrison Hayford.
[May] 30. Mrs. Hester Fletcher, 69.

[1894]
June 3. Betsey R. (Lewis), 67, widow of the late Capt. Edwin Horace Herriman. She was born in Bucksport.
[June] 6. In Gardiner, John C. Jones, 72, a former resident of Belfast.
[June] 7. Nellie A., 38, wife of Edwin L. Stickney. She was an adopted daughter of William B. Conant.
[June] 7. Mrs. Harriet E., 63, wife of Capt. Robert Hudson Coombs, and daughter of the late Jared Pendleton, of Northport.
[June] 10. Sarah M., 78, widow of the late Simeon H. Larrabee.
[June] 10. In Toledo, O., Mrs. Mary E. Morrill, 82, daughter of the late Paul Giles, of Belfast.
[June] 11. Arthur R., 18, son of Mrs. Josephine H. (Russell) Steward.
[June] 13. Abram N. Noyes, 82, a native of Jonesboro, and during his earlier years a prominent business man of Belfast.
[June] 14. Asa Carter, 75, of Stockton Springs.
[June] 17. In Boston, Alfred W. Gilmore, 73, formerly of Belfast.
[June] 20. In Dorchester, Mass., Charles A. Stephenson, 78, a native and former resident of Belfast.
[June] 21. In Beverly, Mass. [no name given], 64, wife of James W. Patterson, formerly of Belfast.


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1894.
June 22. Eliza M., 61, widow of the late Samuel Wight, and daughter of the late Jabez Ware, of Northport.
[June] 26. Miss Nancy M. Moulton, 91, a native of York, and sister of the late Samuel A. Moulton, and Mrs. N. H. Bradbury.

[1894]
July 2. Humphrey Nicholas Lancaster, 85. He was born in Amesbury, Mass., came with his parents to Northport, and afterwards to Belfast. He was a well-known stage proprietor, and for many years landlord of the American House, which he purchased in 1843. He was public-spirited, generous, and active to the close of his long life.
[July] 7. Phebe P., 78, widow of the late James Bucklin, and daughter of the late Rev. Charles Warren, of Thorndike.
[July] 11. Mrs. Mary J. Marsh, 58, a native of Sangerville.
[July] 16. Sarah A., 67, widow of the late Elisha K. Watson, and daughter of the late Jacob Clark.
[July] 17. In Lynn, Mass., Marietta Chamberlain, 35, formerly of Belfast.
[July] 19. In Lewiston, Hazel Drury.
[July] 19. In Pasadena, Cal., Frank Bartlett Frederick, 23.
[July] 20. In Lowell, Mass., Etta S., 33, wife of Charles M. Carter, formerly of Belfast.
[July] 23. In Northport, Ann S. (Gardner), 51, wife of J. Hall, and a resident of Belfast for many years.
[July] 27. In Bar Harbor, Daniel Magee, 85, of Belfast. He was born in Brooksville.

[1894]
Aug. 1. Susan A., 65, wife of Jones S. Davis.
[Aug.] 3. In Rockland, Mass., Helen, 30, wife of Charles W. Ripley, and daughter of George W. Lewis, of Belfast.
[Aug.] 6. Daniel E. Burgess, 47, of Boston, son of the late David M. Burgess. He was born in Belfast in 1847. During the War he enlisted in Company K, Eleventh Maine Infantry, and was severely wounded. For twenty years he was employed on the Boston "Journal."
[Aug.] 9. Lois Whitmore, 62.
[Aug.] 10. Fred M. Grover, 38, of Islesboro.
[Aug.] 13. E. G. Patten, 80, of Pittsfield.
[Aug.] 15. Leila, infant daughter of E. W. Gray.
[Aug.] 15. In Lincolnville, Nancie B. Rackliffe, 45.
[Aug.] 29. John M. Brown, 77.
[Aug.] 30. Albert Walton, 67, son of the late John Walton.

[1894]
Sept. 1. Isaac M. Beckett, 74, son of the late William Beckett.
[Sept.] 3. In Knox, Betsey, 83, widow of the late John Curtis, and daughter of J. A. McKeen, of Belfast.
[Sept.] 4. Miss Katie Brown, 37.
[Sept.] 11. John Sanborn, 57, of Knox, a soldier in the war, and a member of Company A, Fourth Maine Regiment.
Sept. 13. Mary A., 90, widow of the late Benjamin Hazeltine. She was


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a native of Westboro, Mass., her father, Daniel Bellows, being a prominent lawyer there.
[Sept.] 13. Betsey C., 67, wife of Abiram Merithew, and daughter of the late Benjamin York, of Deer Isle.
[Sept.] 13. In Bangor, Otis D. Maddocks, 68, once a resident of Belfast.
[Sept.] 15. Mrs. Olive W. Bowen, 58.
[Sept.] 19. In Middleboro, Mass., Arbella F., 31, wife of Marcus Hallaway, formerly of Belfast. She was a daughter of the late George W. Patterson.
[Sept.] 20. In Portland, Nellie M., 27, wife of Acton P. Dunham, and daughter of Philip G. Coombs, of Belfast.
[Sept.] 25. Laura A. (Knowlton), 49, wife of Capt. Fred D. Pattershall.
[Sept.] 25. Mrs. Vesta M. Cressey, 28.
[Sept.] 29. In Brewer, Mrs. James M. Nealley, 78, formerly of Belfast.

[1894]
Oct. 3. Mary L., 52, widow of the late Thomas J. L. Farrow, and daughter of James Henderson.
[Oct.] 11. Joanna, 48, widow of the late Patrick Haney.
[Oct.] 12. Benaiah Guptill Marden, 79, a native of Porter.
[Oct.] 18. In Cleveland, O., Emily, 64, widow of the late Col. Thomas H. Marshall, and daughter of the late William Tilden, of Belfast.
[Oct.] 18. Mrs. Hannah Johnson, 79, of Waldo.
[Oct.] 20. Clara A. (Berry), 54, wife of William Quinnum Spinney, and a native of Stockton Springs.
[Oct.] 24. Alice Gertrude Dickey, 16, daughter of Almerin Dickey.
[Oct.] 26. In Waldo, Charles A. Walker, 65, a recent resident of Belfast. He was born in Knox, and for over twenty years served on the police force of Boston.
[Oct.] __. In Franklin, Mass., Mrs. Elizabeth Hawkins, 48, daughter of Oliver P. Chase, of Belfast.

[1894]
Nov. 5. Andrew G. Mudgett, 77, a native of Stockton Springs.
[Nov.] 8. Edgar A., 10, son of Albert L. Thayer.
[Nov.] 9. Frances E., 66, widow of the late Capt. Mark H. Welch, and daughter of the late William Mahoney.
[Nov.] 22. Reuben Dickey, 89, of Belmont. He was a native of Union. Dickey's Mills, in Belmont, derived its name from him.
[Nov.] 30. In Newport, Maria C., 55, widow of the late Henry Saunders, of Belfast.

[1894]
Dec. 4. Rosilla, 90, widow of the late Reuben Herrick, and third child of Jacob Black, of Sedgwick.
[Dec.] 6. In Boston, James Wentworth Brown, 67, a native of Belfast, where his younger days were passed. He became prominent and wealthy. In 1898, his portrait was placed in the rooms of the Boston Merchants' Association, of which he was an early president.


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1894.
Dec. 6. Joseph H. Ryder, 69.
[Dec.] 7. William D. Doe, 70.
[Dec.] 10. Rosina B., 77, wife of Charles Read.
[Dec.] 13. Hovey F., infant son of Franklin George Ryan.
[Dec.] 16. Donald C. Toothaker, 57, a native of Morrill.
[Dec.] 19. In Wash., D. C., Frances Decker, 71, widow of Hon. Ralph Cross Johnson, of Belfast; daughter of the late Hon. William McLellan, of Warren, married, 1847. A kindly woman, of generous impulses and a noted beauty in her youth.
[Dec.] 23. In Astoria, L. I., Alonzo S. Patterson, 37.
[Dec.] 23. In Bath, Hon. Samuel D. Bailey, 69. He married Miss Susan J., daughter of the late Hon. James Patterson White.
[Dec.] 24. In Boston, James B. Moody, 45, formerly of Belfast. He was a son of the late Stephen P. Moody.
[Dec.] 24. Carl B. Crandlemire, infant son of William Crandlemire.
[Dec.] 24. Herbert W., 29, son of the late Daniel Jones, of Brooks.
[Dec.] 25. Georgie May Clements, infant.
[Dec.] 30. Lewis Brewster, 76, of Belmont.
[Dec.] 31. Fred A. Carle, 54, merchant, and resident of Belfast since 1860. He was born in Hampden.

1895.
Jan. 1. Joseph Mark Wood, 60, son of the Joseph Wood.
[Jan.] 5. Elijah West, 85.
[Jan.] 5. In Lewiston, Frank W. Patterson, 55, of Belfast. (See Accidents.)
[Jan.] 9. In Bath, Miss Frances Eleanor, 69, daughter of the late Hon. James Patterson White, of Belfast.
[Jan.] 11. Frank A., 16, son of Llewellyn Wood.
[Jan.] 11. In Searsmont, Mrs. Eunice Boulter, 56, formerly of Belfast.
[Jan.] 12. In Searsmont, Caroline M. Miller, 64, daughter of the late Rev. William Frothingham, of Belfast.
[Jan.] 16. In Waldo, Erastus D. Freeman, 68, for many years a resident of Belfast.
[Jan.] 18. In Ithaca, N. Y., Warren Hunt, 69, formerly of Belfast.
[Jan.] 18. Nancy, 83, widow of the late Thoams Coolen, of Southport.
[Jan.] 22. John S. Emery, 72, a native of Eastport, and formerly editor of the Eastport "Sentinel."
[Jan.] 23. Walter Basdwin Rankin, 58. During the War, he served in the Navy. He was an active, reliable, and honorable man. At the time of his death he represented the East Ward, Belfast, as a member of the School Committee.
[Jan.] 23. In Waldo, Henery D. McKinley, 48, son of John McKinley, formerly of Belfast.
[Jan.] 23. George I. Mudgett, 40, a native of Prospect, and son of Nehemiah H. Mudgett.
[Jan.] 25. Dana S., 35, son of Sands Frisbee.


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Jan. 25. Mrs. Eva A. Carney, 34, daughter of John F. Foss, formerly of Belfast.
[Jan.] 31. In Boston, Frank H. Smalley, 19, son of Castanus M. Smalley.
[Jan.] 31. Harold R., 5, son of Albert L. Thayer.

[1895]
Feb. 2. In Rockland, Capt. Daniel Magee, 57.
[Feb.] 6. Dana H., 44, son of the late Hezekiah Wentworth.
[Feb.] 7. Hannah B., 77, widow of the late Alfred Berry of Unity, and daughter of the late Ezekiel T. Hatch, of Jackson.
[Feb.] 8. In Oron, Mo., James W. Trimble, 52, a member of Company I, Fourth Maine Regiment, during the War.
[Feb.] 11. Mary, 76, widow of the late Israel G. Shepherd, and daughter of the late Eben Whitcomb, of Jackson.
[Feb.] 11. In North Stoughton, Mass., Leander Mathews, 79, a native of Searsport, and formerly of Belfast.
[Feb.] 11. In Lewiston, Rev. Fr. Maurice J. O'Brien, 79, a native of Searsport, and formerly of Belfast.
[Feb.] 14. In Newton, Mass., A. Judson Macomber, 69, formerly of Belfast.
[Feb.] 21. In Brookline, Mass., Henry E. Colby, 79, formerly of Belfast. He was born in Deer Isle.
[Feb.] 25. In Trenton, N. J., Rev. Walter Clifford Moore, 37, pastor of the Unitarian Church in Trenton. He was son of the late Addison A. Moore.
[Feb.] 27. In Camden, Sarah W., 83, widow of the late Peter Winslow, and was born in Vassalboro.
[Feb.] 27. Hannah Gilman, 74, widow of the late Hon. Marshall Davis, and a native of Brooks.

[1895]
Mar. 1. In Locust, S. C., Capt. James C. Smart, 77, a native of Belfast, and son of the late Nehemiah Smart.
[Mar.] 5. William B. Conant, 77, son of the late Col. Isaac Conant of Hope, and for twenty years a resident of Belfast. He represented Hope in the Legislature of 1858, and had other public offices there and in this city.
[Mar.] 14. Honora, 82, widow of the late Michael O'Connell, a native of Ireland.
[Mar.] __. In Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs. Gertrude A. Hazeltine, 28, daughter of the late John M. Ames, of Belfast.
[Mar.] 22. Margaret A., 86, widow of the late Andrew Meek.
[Mar.] 25. In Auburn, Ira Morrison, 61, formerly of Belfast.
[Mar.] 27. In Prospect, John F. Brown, 56, formerly of Belfast.
[Mar.] 30. Abigail, 96, widow of the late Martin P. White. She was the daughter of the late Jeremiah Towle, of Monmouth, a Revolutionary soldier.

[1895]
Apr. 3. Sheppard R. Nichols, 73, a native of Winterport.
[Apr.] 4. In Rockland, Henrietta E., 57, wife of John A. Wheeler, and daughter of the late Asa Small, of Belfast.


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Apr. 9. Oscar Leroy, 13, son of James Henry Elms. (See Accidents.)
[Apr.] 11. Angelett O., 74, wife of Frank Merriam Lancaster, and daughter of the late Henry Brown, of Northport.
[Apr.] 11. In Camden, Harriet, 52, wife of Joseph Blood, formerly of Belfast, and daughter of the late John Nason, of Knox.
[Apr.] 12. Sarah, 51, widow of the late Franklin A. Cottrell, and daughter of the late Robert Hodgdon, of Northport.
[Apr.] 14. Alfred Patterson, 86, son of the late Robert Patterson, 2d.
[Apr.] 13. In Needham, Mass., Rev. J. E. M. Wright, 72.
[Apr.] 15. In Stockton Springs, Joseph Baker Frye, 78. He was son of the late Jonathan Frye, and lived in Belfast many years.
[Apr.] 17. In West Somerville, Mass., Capt. William Flowers, 81, a native of Sedgwick, and formerly a resident of Belfast. He was a well-known packet and steamboat captain, and held many positions of trust in Bangor, where the closing years of his life were passed.
[Apr.] 21. Edith A., 26, wife of John Owen, and daughter of Capt. Ephraim D. Ryder.
[Apr.] 21. In Santa Clara, Cal., Arbella, 52, wife of Col. Philo Hersey, and daughter of the late Horatio Huntington Johnson, of Belfast.
[Apr.] 22. Vonetta L., 10, daughter of George W. Richards.
[Apr.] 30. Mrs. Emeline C. Dillaway, 78.
[Apr.] __. Lost at sea, Capt. Pearl W. Bagley.

[1895]
May 2. James B. Sherman, 74, of Fairfield.
[May] 3. In Augusta, Adoniram J. F. Ingraham, 55, of Rockland, formerly of Belfast.
[May] 4. Fred A. Dwelley, 62.
[May] 7. In Rockland, Sarah R., 88, widow of the late Gen. Henry W. Cunningham, and daughter of the late Ephraim Holmes, of Belfast, where she resided many years.
[May] 10. In Portland, Charles B. Varney, 72, a native of Belfast.
[May] 14. Jane S. (Young), 67, widow of the late Samuel A. Howes, and daughter of the late Capt. James Young.
[May] 15. Stephen Myrick, 68.
[May] 19. In Melrose, Mass., Isabel N., 56, wife of Samuel F. Holt, and daughter of C. B. Piper, of Belfast.
[May] 23. In Boston, Isabelle, 73, wife of George W. Harmon, and daughter of the late William Tilden, of Belfast.
[May] 25. Mrs. Flavilla Jackson, 46.
[May] 26. In La Jolla, Eleanor D., 74, widow of the late Capt. Henry McGilvery, recently of Belfast. She was daughter of Capt. John Griffin, of Stockton Springs.
[May] 27. In Rockland, Mass., Hugh Finnegan, formerly of Belfast.


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May 28. In Malden, Mass., Mrs. Ellen Lucinda Beach, 62, former widow of the late Samuel B. Gillam, of Belfast. She was daughter of the late Samuel B. Dunnell, of Swanville.
[May] 28. Mrs. Jane M. Yates, 78.

[1895]
June 2. Rufus Harold, 16, son of Warren E. Marsh.
[June] 7. In West Somerville, Mass., Col. Silas M. Fuller, 76, a resident of Belfast from 1848 to 1873. In the Civil War he was Lieutenant-Colonel of the Fourth Maine Regiment, and was repeatedly chosen an Alderman.
[June] 17. Roscoe E., 28, son of the late William L. Shute.
[June] 19. In Woodfords, Hannah (McDonald), 78, wife of J. B. Marriner and formerly of Belfast.
[June] 20. In Folsom, New Mexico, Henry Wakefield, 27, son of the late Hon. Wakefield Gale Frye. He was born in Belfast, graduated at Colby College in 1889, and at Johns Hopkins University in 1892. Universally loved and respected, he attained a high standing as an electrical engineer, and for some time was on the editorial staff of the "Electrical World," of N. Y.
[June] 22. In Hingham, Mass., Mary A., 76, widow of the late Ebenezer Roberts, and daughter of the late Andrew Patterson. She was first married to Capt. Elias Libby, of Belfast.
[June] 29. In Tampa, Fla., Annie Louise, infant of Capt. Wellington M. White, formerly of Belfast.

[1895]
July 4. In Temecula, Cal., Charles N. Fernald, 58, formerly of Belfast. He was born in Lincolnville.
[July] 5. In Jacksonville, Fla., Capt. Daniel F., 54, son of the late William Shute. He resided in Belfast until 1875.
[July] 8. William, 57, eldest son of the late Hon. William George Crosby.
[July] 10. Isaac C. Abbott, 91. He was a native of Concord, N. H., and had lived in Belfast until 1842.
[July] 13. George W. Chapman, 71, a native of Montville.
[July] 17. Percy L., son of the late George O. White.
[July] 17. Jediah C. Cates, 59. He was born in Augusta, and in 1861, enlisted in Company K, Fourth Maine Regiment. For several years he was City Marshal, and also Tax Collector.
[July] 17. Dr. Daniel Sylvester, 87, a resident of Belfast for sixty years. (see chapter xxii, on Physicians.)
[July] 18. In Springfield, Mo., Maud, daughter of Rev. W. Henry Williams, formerly pastor of the Methodist Church in Belfast.
[July] 21. Mary Emeline, 67, wife of Dana Boardman Southworth, and daughter of the late Capt. Josiah Simpson.
[July] 24. In Waycross, Ga., Miss Lucy Ann, 88, daughter of the late Dr. Thaddeus Hubbard, of Belfast.
[July] 31. Mrs. Rebecca A., 79, widow of the late William Henry Burrill, and daughter of the late Charles Atherton, of Castine. A lady of rare intellect and great heart, she was active in


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philanthropic movements, and the ennoblement of humanity was her earnest aim and effort. With voice, pen, and hand she labored to purify public sentiment and improve social conditions.

[1895]
Aug. 2. William Davis, 79, a native of Albion.
[Aug.] 3. In Ellsworth, Albert T. Jellison, 67, formerly a resident of Belfast.
[Aug.] 3. Richard H., 16, son of Loretto Hayford.
[Aug.] 6. Myra A., 61, wife of W. E. Caswell, of Searsmont.
[Aug.] 10. Warren H., 65, son of the late James Paul.
[Aug.] 20. Eleanor R., 82, widow of the late George W. Dyer. She was a native of Millbridge, was married in 1831, and came to Belfast about 1850.
[Aug.] 21. Susan F., 75, widow of the late Frederick Russell. She was the daughter of the late Levi Pooler.
[Aug.] 22. In Orrington, Jane H., 61, wife of Capt. Alexander H. Babb, of Everett, Mass. She was a native of Belfast, her maiden name being Smalley.
[Aug.] 23. Mary J., 64, wife of Everett S. Carter, and daughter of John Walton.
[Aug.] 25. Miss Josephine, 68, daughter of the late William Salmond.
[Aug.] 27. Lost at sea, Capt. Frank P. Mahoney.
[Aug.] 31. In Chelsea, Mass., Capt. Lewis H. Ryan, 66, son of the late Capt. William Ryan.
[Aug.] 31. Mrs. Louise S. Royce, 49.

[1895]
Sept. 3. In Reno, Nevada, Maria J., 59, wife of Luke S. Greenlaw, and daughter of the late Joseph B. Howes, formerly of Belfast.
[Sept.] 7. In Skowhegan, Frances Sevano, 83, a former resident of Belfast.
[Sept.] 9. In Rockland, Frank W., 13, son of Charles E. Bicknell, formerly of Belfast.
[Sept.] 20. In Skowhegan, Sarah C., 79, widow of the late William J. Clifford, and once a resident of Belfast.
[Sept.] 28. In New Bedford, Mass., Edwin Emery, 59, formerly principal of the Belfast High School.

[1895]
Oct. 2. In Northport, Giles Wight, 96, a former resident of Belfast.
[Oct.] 6. Josiah Thomas, 14, daughter of Elbridge Thomas. (See Accidents.)
[Oct.] 8. Annabel Cunningham, 22.
[Oct.] 11. Sarah E., 57, widow of the late Stephen Michaels, of Rockport, and once a resident of Belfast.
[Oct.] 12. Capt. Hiram Y. Hodgdon, 66, a native of Northport.
[Oct.] 12. In Detroit, Mich., Aurelia B., 55, wife of Capt. Alonzo Carter, formerly of Belfast.
[Oct.] 16. In Windsor, Vt., Dr. Frank C., son of Rev. Lindley M. Burrington, of Belfast.


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Oct. 16. In Charlestown, Mass., George H., 62, son of the late Capt. Daniel Brier, of Belfast.
[Oct.] 17. In Natick, Mass., Capt. Henry Gage Wood, once a resident of Belfast.
[Oct.] 17. On Bartlett's Island, Ralph E., 14, son of Mrs. Mary H. Tibbetts, formerly of Belfast.
[Oct.] 20. Eva, 9, daughter of John B. Sylvester.
[Oct.] 21. Henry A. Dickey, 64.
[Oct.] 22. George Holt, 76. He was son of the late Richard Holt. (See Accidents.)
[Oct.] 26. Capt. Fred A., 43, son of Capt. James White.
[Oct.] 28. Florence E., 68, wife of Rufus Dyer.
[Oct.] 28. Nellie M., 27, daughter of W. B. Cammett, formerly of Waldo.
[Oct.] 28. In Big Timber, Mont., Perley R. Lowell, formerly of Belfast.
[Oct.] 29. In Philadelphia, Walter F., 49, son of the late Albert Bingham, formerly of Belfast.
[Oct.] 29. In Brooks, Georgia E., 25, wife of James B. Waterman, of Belfast.

[1895]
Nov. 3. Elizabeth M., 76, widow of the late Hiram Jones, and daughter of the late John Edwards.
[Nov.] 3. In Roxbury, Mass., Miss Jennette P., daughter of the late George Watson, formerly of Belfast.
[Nov.] 9. In Alameda, Cal., James W. Holt, 69, a native of Belfast, and son of William Holt.
[Nov.] 10. Henry Austin Carter, 67, manager of the ship-building firm of C. P. Carter & Co. He was son of Jonathan Carter of Montville, where he was born in 1828.
[Nov.] 14. In Bangor, Sarah C. (Eaton), 78, widow of the late Andrew T. Palmer, Esq., of Belfast.
[Nov.] 14. In Sacramento, Cal., John W. Greenlaw, 60, son of the late Alexander Greenlaw of Waldo, and a resident of Belfast for several years.
[Nov.] 17. Leonard B. Cobbett, 95, the oldest Good Templar in the United States. He was born in Lowell, Mass., came to Belfast when ten years old, and for many years was established at the Head of the Tide as a blacksmith.
[Nov.] 19. In Boston, Moses Kimball, 84, founder of the Boston Museum, and a frequent visitor in Belfast.
[Nov.] 28. In Sacramento, Cal., John W., 52, son of the late Charles Moore.
[Nov.] 30. In Clinton, George Greeley, 23, of Belfast.

[1895]
Dec. 2. John S. Goyens, 58, a native of England, and resident of Belfast for eleven years.
[Dec.] 4. In Chelsea, Mass., Annie, widow of the late Dr. Elbridge G. Gould, of Belfast.
[Dec.] 6. Mary, 78, widow of the late Rev. Jeremiah Jewett.


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Dec. 8. In Chelsea, Mass., Flora J., 49, wife of Samuel A. Haraden, and a native of Belfast.
[Dec.] 10. Perley E. Jackson, 25.
[Dec.] 12. Jane N., 61, wife of Capt. Joseph A. Partridge, and daughter of the late Darius Fowles, of Searsmont.
[Dec.] 17. John Kenney, 71, formerly of Boston.
[Dec.] 20. Frances Maria, 53, wife of Adoniram H. Banks, and daughter of the late Israel G. Shepherd. By her will a generous bequest was given the Humane Society.
[Dec.] 21. Miss Jane S., 75, daughter of the late Jonathan Bird. For many years she was a school-teacher.
[Dec.] 21. In Andover, Mass., Mary Ann, 70, widow of the late Charles C. Edmunds, of Belfast.
[Dec.] 22. Mary B., 90, widow of the late Samuel G. Pierce.
[Dec.] 29. Julia M., 3, daughter of William W. Blazo.
[Dec.] 29. Miss Jane Davidson, 52.