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Deaths Copied from Newspapers, 1815-1831

Source: The Bangor Historical Magazine, vol. 6 (Bangor, Me.: J.W. Porter, 1891).

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DEATHS COPIED FROM NEWSPAPERS.
1815, In Bangor, Samuel W. Hayes, late of Scituate, R. I.

[1815,] In Hampden, Mrs. Sarah, [____] of Ezekiel Atwood.

[1815,] Dec. 28, in Frankfort, Mrs. Oakman, wife of Tobias.

1816, In Orland, Joshua Hopkins, aged 42.

[1816,] May 14, in Frankfort, John Pike, Counsellor at Law, aged 34.

[1816,] Aug. 23, in Castine, Mary, wife of Bradshaw Hall, aged 27.

[1816,] Aug., in Hampden, Nathaniel Myrick, aged 35.

[1816,] Oct. 3, in Lincolnville, Phillip Ulmer, aged 65.

[1816,] Nov. 28, in Hampden, Mrs. Ziba, wife of Col. Andrew Grant, aged 53.

[1816,] Dec. 30, in Eddington, Isaac Spencer, aged 22.

1817, Jan., in Bucksport, Jonathan Brown, aged 54.

[1817,] Jan. 28, Samuel Davis formerly of Oxford, Mass., miller, aged 70.

[1817,] Jan. 2, in Bath, Mrs. Harriet Hyde, wife of Major Ziba Hyde, and daughter of Capt. D. Buck of Bucksport, aged 27.

[1817,] Jan., in Orland, Joseph Gross, aged 80.

[1817,] Jan., in Orland, Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. John Hancock formerly of Boston. She lived with her husband 56 years, and left a large family of children and grandchildren.


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1817, Feb. 25, in Charleston, S. C., Samuel K. Whiting, Esquire, Attorney at Law, of Portland, and not long since of Bangor.

[1817,] April, in Castine, Capt. John Perkins, aged 80.

[1817,] Nov. 4, in Bangor, Mrs. Mary Wiggins, aged 72.

1818, March, Mrs. Dennett, aged 77.

[1818,] April, Hannah, wife of Deacon Boyd, aged 74.

[1818,] April, in Bucksport, Capt. James Ginn, aged 71.

[1818,] Sept., in Penobscot, Daniel Wright (Wight,) aged 56.

[1818,] Oct. 1, of Castine, Capt. Elisha Dyer of Brig Phebe, died at Saint Lucia, aged 52; also on board same vessel Mr. Abraham Booden of Penobscot, aged 53.

[1818,] In Frankfort, Ann, wife of Bailey Pierce, aged 29.

[1818,] Aug., in Castine, Capt. Joseph Perkins, aged 82.

1819, Nov., in New Charleston, Jacob Dennett.

[1819,] Nov. 11, in Bucksport, Lois Colby, aged 40.

[1819,] Dec. 16, in Corinth, Mrs. Azubah, wife of Jacob Wheeler, and daughter of Daniel Skinner, aged 43.

[1819,] Feb., in Bucksport, John Patterson, a native of Scotland, aged 60.

[1819,] June 9, in Blue Hill, Col. Nathan Parker, aged 80.

[1819,] July 21, in Frankfort, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of William McGlathery, aged 67.

1820, March 10, in Penobscot, Mrs. Elizabeth Winslow, aged 81.

[1820,] March 17, in Bucksport, Mrs. Caroline Little.

[1820,] April 24, in Blue Hill, Mrs. Mary, wife of Simeon Burnham, aged 75.

[1820,] Aug. 28, in Northport, Capt. William Pendleton, aged 98, formerly of Isleborough.

[1820,] Feb. 9, in Hampden, Gabriel Johonnot, aged 81.

[1820,] Dec., at Board Eddy, (Maxfield,) Mr. McIntosh. He lost his way in the woods and perished. (From Hingham, Mass.)

[1820,] Dec., in Hampden, William Wheeler, mariner.

1821, in Exeter, Dea. Ebenezer Quimby, aged 65.

[1821,] Aug., in Castine, Col. Abel W. Atherton, Clerk of Courts.

[1821,] Nov. 3, in Hermon, Asa Flagg, aged 62.

[1821,] Nov., in Gouldsborough, Thomas Hill, postmaster.

[1821,] Dec., in No. 4, Bradley, Moses Spencer.

[1821,] Dec. 19, in Dexter, Lieut. John Safford, aged 56.

[1821,] Dec., Widow Deliverance Loder, formerly of Castine, aged 72.

1822, Oct. 4, in Bangor, John Emerson, of the firm of J. & W. Emerson, aged 45.

[1822,] Oct. 9, in Bangor, Hon. Lathrop Lewis, of Gorham, aged 58.

[1822,] Oct. 5, in Etna, James Wilson, aged 60.

[1822,] Aug. 19, in Penobscot, Elijah Winslow, aged 84.

[1822,] Sept., in Frankfort, Miss Hannah Little, aged 41.

[1822,] Feb. 19, at Cold Stream (Enfield) Mrs. Jane, wife of Jedediah Varney, aged 39.

[1822,] April 19, at Louisville, Ky., Robert Salmond, of Hanover, Mass., formerly of Bangor, aged 40.


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1822, June 14, in Bangor, Phebe, wife of David Hill, aged 40.

[1822,] Feb. 29, in Hampden, widow Lydia Burr, aged 77.

[1822,] Feb. 26, in Hampden, Nymphas Kinsley, aged 71.

[1822,] July 25, in Hampden, Mrs. Snow, wife of Edward.

[1822,] July 25, in Hampden, Widow Dorothy Swett, aged 82.

[1822,] Nov. 2, in Bangor, Dea. Moses Hall, formerly of Newburyport, aged 61.

[1822,] July 28, in Levant, Mrs. Margaret Bean, a native of England, aged 80.

[1822,] Aug. 12, in Bangor, Widow Susannah Baldwin, formerly of Cavendish, Vt., aged 49.

1824, April 22, in Hampden, Betsey, relict of Capt. Jesse Harding, formerly of Gorham.

[1824,] April, drowned in Escutasis Pond (Lowell), Timothy Miller, formerly of Hampden, aged 29.

[1824,] Sept. 27, in Bucksport, Ezra Cottle, one of the first settlers, aged 85.

[1824,] November, in No. 4 (Bradley), Ebenezer Rowell, aged 40.

[1824,] March 19, in Hermon, Mrs. Mary Mayhew, aged 94.

[1824,] June 24, in Brownville, Widow Eleanor Thomas, aged 96.

[1824,] July, in Bangor, David Bailey, aged 49.

[1824,] Sept. 5, in Charleston, Mrs. Content, wife of Meletiah Cobb, aged 65.

[1824,] Oct., Nathan Parsons, officer in Revolutionary War, aged 71.

[1824,] Feb., in Eddington, Capt. Wm. Comins, aged 57.

1823, in Eddington, Jonathan Sibley, aged 57.

[1823,] Jan., in Dutton (Glenburn), Widow Lydia Hasey, aged 96.

[1823,] Feb. 10, in Stetson, Capt. Daniel Matthews, Revolutionary pensioner, aged 60.

[1823,] Feb., in Bangor, Capt. Samuel Thoms, Revolutionary soldier, formerly of Portland, aged 80.

1825, March, in Corinth, Chase Page, Revolutionary soldier, aged 65.

[1825,] June, in Frankfort, John Kempton, formerly of P[ly]mouth, Mass., aged 85.

[1825,] June, in Dover, Zachariah Longley, Revolutionary pensioner, aged 75.

[1825,] Sept. 5, in Hampden, Samuel Rogers, aged 85.

[1825,] Sept. 21, in Dutton, (Glenburn), Peter Burgess, aged 72.

1824, Nov. 8, in Castine, Mrs. Elizabeth Poor, aged 48.

[1824,] Oct. 9, in Phipsburg, Mrs. Nancy Campbell, aged 80.

1825, Oct. 30, in Charleston, Anna, wife of James Dunning, aged 69.

[1825,] Dec. 17, in Stetson, Col. James Patten, aged 69.

[1825,] Dec., in Eddington, Ebenezer Leavens, formerly of Charlton, Mass., aged 78.

1826, March 3, in Castine, Bradshaw Hall, aged 48.

[1826,] April 11, in Brewer, Samuel Treadwell, aged 35.

[1826,] April 30, in Hampden, widow Higgins, aged 80.

[1826,] May, in Northport, Capt. Thomas Burkmar, Revolutionary soldier, aged 84.


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1826, Sept. 25, in Brewer, widow Mary Holbrook, formerly of Wrentham, Mass., aged 60.

[1826,] March, in Ellsworth, Josiah Garland, aged 55.

[1826,] June 28, in Dixmont, Elijah Smith, aged 63.

[1826,] July 6, in Frankfort, Major William R. Ware, aged 42.

[1826,] July 6, in Kirkland, Doctor Levi Leach.

[1826,] July 6, in Castine, Alice, wife of Col. William Webber, aged 67.

[1826,] July 6, in Hampden, Reuben Young.

[1826,] July 26, in Old Town, Gideon Dutton, aged 50.

[1826,] July 7, in Harrington, James Campbell, aged 65.

[1826,] July 11, in Cherryfield, William Campbell, brother of James, aged 54.

[1826,] Sept. 4, in Eddington, John Case, of Milbury, Mass., aged 61.

[1826,] Sept., in China, Mrs. Mary, consort of Peter Dow, aged 60.

1827, March, in Castine, Josiah Hook, aged 50.

[1827,] April 3, in Exeter, Simeon Butters, aged 67.

[1827,] April 3, in No. 8, Allen Milliken, aged 50.

[1827,] May 19, in Eddington, widow Mary Nichols, aged 67. She was followed to the grave by her mother, 88 years old and was the oldest of eleven children then living, the youngest being 42 years old.

[1827,] June, in No. 4 (Bradley), Mrs. Rowell, wife of David, aged 48.

1827, July 17, in Sangerville, Stephen Spooner, aged 64.

[1827,] Jan., in Mariaville, Mrs. Maria Jellison, aged 77.

[1827,] Jan. 13, in Blakesburg, Peter Bither, aged 87.

[1827,] Feb. 9, in Orono, Perez Graves, aged 62.

[1827,] May, in Milo, Roger Stinchfield, aged 74.

[1827,] May 24, in Surry, Samuel Hills, Esquire, aged 61. He died a victim of the Thomsonian practice.

[1827,] July, in Camden, widow Experience Gregory, aged 92.

[1827,] July, in Castine, Capt. Ebenezer Perkins, aged 47.

[1827,] Sept. 19, in Bangor, Isaac Randall, aged 33.

1828, Aug. 18, in Hampden, Moses Baker, aged 75.

[1828,] Aug. 18, in Hampden, John Holbrook, aged 80.

[1828,] Aug. 18, in Hampden, Samuel Patten, aged 40.

[1828,] Oct. 9, in Charleston, Alexander Jameson, one of the first settlers, aged 73.

[1828,] Oct. 9, in Belgrade, Peaslee Morrill, formerly of Berwick, aged 97.

[1828,] Oct. 9, in Hampden, Samuel Cutter.

[1828,] Oct. 9, in Abbot, Jacob Tubbs, formerly of Norway, aged 76.

[1828,] Oct. 9, in Northport, Major Ebenezer Frye, a soldier in the French War and also in the Revolutionary War, aged 84.

[1828,] March 9, in Surry, Mrs. Maria, wife of Major Alfred Langdon, aged 54.

1828, April 3, in Orono, Mrs. Frances, wife of Samuel White, aged 65.

[1828,] Nov. 6, in Dexter, Samuel Copeland, aged 70.

[1828,] Nov. 6, in Sullivan, Mrs. Sullivan, aged about 90.


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1828, Sept., in Hemlock, (probably Bradley) Loisa Rider, daughter of Francis Blackman.

1829, March, in Bangor, Dea. Wm. Boyd, aged 84.

[1829,] May, in Ellsworth, Mrs. Lydia, wife of Nathaniel Tourtillot, aged 32.

[1829,] Oct. 8, in Passadumkeag, Jonathan Roberts, a native of Virginia, aged 90.

[1829,] Nov., in Bangor, Jesse Smith, Revolutionary soldier, aged 70.

1830, June 25, in Hampden, Amos Ridler, Revolutionary soldier, aged 85.

[1830,] July, in Hampden, Mrs. Polly Covel, aged 79.

1831, Jan. 24, in Hampden, Samuel Brown, aged 85.

[1831,] Jan. 25, in Hampden, Mrs. Mehetable Rich, aged 76.

[1831,] Jan. 30, in Hampden, widow Jerusha Higgins, aged 80.

[1831,] Feb. 9, in East Howland, Capt. Edward Wilkins, an officer in the Revolutionary Army, aged 77.

1830, Feb. 4, in the woods up the river 100 miles, Jellison Preble, aged 25.*

[1830,] May 1, in Dutton, (Glenburn) Mrs. Sally Hasey, aged 75.

[1830,] June, in Ellsworth, Dea. Benjamin Joy, aged 90.

*From the Old Town Pioneer, a newspaper which I never heard of before.—Ed.