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DUFFY, Laurence T., painter, s. James Duffy, b. Ireland, ex-
posure. Mar. 12, 1895, a. 54 y. (Found dead near house
of L. A. Rust. Interred at Salem.)

DURGAN, Abby, wid. , d. Thomas Moore, Jan. 17, 1850,

a. 69 y. 6 m. (Died at Salem, body brought into town
and interred here.)

DWINELL, David H., farmer, s. John and Louisa (Richards),

heart disease, Mar. 26, 1896, a. 75 y. 3 m. ^1 d.
George W., farmer, s. John and Louisa (Richards), organic

heart disease, Dec. 21, 1890, a. 56 y. 1 m. 14 d.
John, Jr., s. John and Louisa, dropsy, Sept. 2, 1859, a.. 39 y.

11 m. 23 d.
John, m., farmer, s. John and Esther, heart disease and dropsy,

Apr. 1, 1864, a. 81 y.
Louisa, wid. John, d. John and Hepsibah (Amsden) Richards,

b. Southboro, Mass., dysentery, Aug. 25, 1879, a. 81 y.
6 m. 13 d.

Louisa, housekeeper, chronic disease of heart, Sept. 27, 1896,
a. 72 y.

ELLARD, George S., gardener, s. George N. and Johanna
(Sheehan), b. Kill worth, Co. Cork, typhoid pneumonia,
May 24, 1882, a. 41 y.

ELLIOTT, Elizabeth S., w. William H., d. Sumner, b.

Beverly, consumption, Nov. 23, 1851, a. 30 y.

George Freddie, s. Frederick A. and Lucy K. (Pingree), dys-
entery, Oct. 13, 1868, a. 4 y. 6 m. 14 d.


Elliott, Frederick A., widr., farmer, s. Israel and Mary Por-
ter (Randlett), heart failure and Bright's disease, Sept.
21, 1892, a. 58 y. 6 m. 6 d.

Israel D., (Capt.), widr., carpenter, s. Robert and Mehitable
(Dodge), b. Beverly, paralysis, Apr. 13, 1873, a. 78 y.
3 m.

Lucy Kimball, m., housewife, d. Jewett and Mary (Perkins)
Pingree, disease of brain, Nov. 11, 1879, a. 42 y. 10 m.
6 d.

Mary P., w. Capt. Israel D., d. Phineas and Abigail (Kim-
ball) Randlett, b. Boxford (West part), paralysis, Feb.
2, 1866, a. 63 y. 10 m.

William H., s. Israel D. and Mary P., Apr. 30, 1856, a. 31
y. 7 m. (Died at East Boston, body brought into town.)

EMERSON, Francis J., s. John W., b. New York City, con-
vulsions, Dec. 17, 1884, a. 2 y. 11m. 13 d. (Died New
York City.)

Harriet Jane, at home, d. Thomas Porter and Sarah (Phillips),
tuberculosis, Dec. 18, 1898, a. 55 y. 8 m.

Lydia B,, wid. Joseph, who died in 1826, d. Ezra and Anna
Burrill, b. Salem, old age, Sept. 3, 1865, a. 86 y. 6 m.

Sarah, w. Thomas P., d. Richard and Jane Phillips, maras-
mus, Aug. 31, 1851, a. 35 y. 10 m.

Thomas P., widr., s. Billy and Ruth, heart disease, Mar. 30,
1878, a. 75 y. 11 m. 9 d.

ESTEY, Eunice, wid. Enos, d. Israel and Hannah Kenney, b.
Middleton, dropsy, Nov. 4, 1851, a. 77 y.

FANCHER, Hiram Grant, s. W. Grant and Belle L. (War-
ren), b. Morrisville, Vt., pleuro pneumonia, Aug. 27,
1897, a. 10 m. 16 d.

FERGUSON, Edith M., teacher, d. Edward H. and Mary
(Gould), pneumonia. Mar. 5, 1894, a. 20 y. 5 m. 13 d.
(Died at Glastonbury, Conn., body brought into town.)

Elmer L., s. Ephraim P. and Sarah (Cummings), membraneous
croup, Oct. 25, 1892, a. 2 y. 6 m.

Huldah W., w. Thomas, d. Elijah and Ruth (Fisk), Feb. 2,
1888, a. 82 y. 9 m. 23 d. (Died at Marblehead, body
brought into town.)

Lizzie May, d. Edward H. and Mary Ann (Gould), pneu-
monia, Feb. 19, 1871, a. 2 y. 9 m. 18 d.


Ferguson, Ralph G., s. Edward E. and Mary (Andrews),
valvular disease of heart, Dec. 20, 1885, a. 5 y. 9 m. 2 d.

Sarah B., m., housewife, d. Alfred C. and Salome M. (Welch)
Cummings, consumption, Oct. 16, 1895, a. 36 y. 6 m.

Thomas, widr., farmer, s. George and Huldah W. (Perkins),
Mar. 29, 1892, a. 82 y. 10 m. 29 d. (Died at Marble-
head, body brought into town.)

Willie Arthur, s. Thomas F. and Sarah A., b. Danvers, croup,
May 10, 1862, a. 1 y. 5 m. 19 d. (Died in Danvers, in-
terred here.)

FISHER, Nathaniel, b. Brentwood, N. H., pneumonia, July
29, 1874, a. 75 y. 2 m. 25 d. (Died at almshouse.)

Sally, wid. Nathaniel, d. Jacob and Huldah (Wildes) Pea-
body, old age, Sept. 15, 1885, a. 86 y. 4 m. 8 d. (Died
at almshouse.)

FISK, Abigail, m., d. Joseph and Lucy (Smith) Pettingill, b.
Salem, influenza. May 10, 1880, a. 82 y. 4 m. 5 d. (Father
b. in Newburyport; mother in Ipswich.)

Jonas, shoemaker, Dec. 17, 1891, a. 46 y. 5 m. (Died in Dan-
vers, body brought into town.)

John, m., operative, s. Amos and Mercy (Peabody), disease of
spine, June 26, 1886, a. 47 y. 19 d.

Mercy, wid. Amos, d. Ebenezer and Mercy (Perkins) Pea-
body, Aug. 15, 1885, a. 80 y. 2 m. 4 d. (Died at North
Andover. Parents b. Topsfield.)

FISKE, Amos, s. Nathaniel and Mehitable (Balch), Sept. 9,
1850, a. 49 y. (Died at Boxford, body brought into town.)

Amos T., kept shoe store, s. John and Adeliza (Pike), con-
sumption, Nov. 19, 1896, a. 26 y. 5 m. 3 d.

Elsie, d. Nathaniel (died 1849) and Mehitable (Balch), b.
Beverly? paralysis, Mar. 5, 1874, a. 75 y. 10 m. 2 d. (Died
in Salem, interred by Turnpike. Her mother, b. here,
died at Salem, Sept. 16, 1864.)

Jonas, (retired clergyman), s. Nathaniel and Mehitable
(Balch), congestion of lungs, Oct. 4, 1879, a. 74 y. 10 d.

Mehitable, d. John and Sarah (Baker) Balch, Sept. 16, 1864,

a. 92 y. (Died in Salem, born here; wid. of Nathaniel
Fiske, who died Nov. 1849.)

FLOYD, Charles J. P., m., harness maker, s. John and Susan,

b. Newburyport, chronic rheumatism and malarial poison,
since 1863, June 1, 1890, a. 61 y. 2 m. 15 d.


Floyd, John C. F., s. Charles J. P. and Elizabeth C, convul-
sions, June 17, 1859, a. 1 y. 3 m. 11 d.

FOGG, Elizabeth, w. Luther, d. Neal, b. Belfast, Me.,

consumption, Sept. 22, 1868, a. 33 y. (She had lived in
Topsfield since 14th July last. Interred at Danvers.)

FORD, Dennis, m., laborer, b. Ireland, diphtheria, May 16,
1861, a. 49 y.

FOSS, Annie M., m., d. Joseph and Olive E. Mishowe, b.
North Carolina, cholera morbus, Aug. 5, 1894, a. 50 y.
8 m. (Interred at Ipswich.)

Richard, laborer, s. Nathaniel and Esther (Tuttle), b. Straf-
ford, N. H., valvular disease of heart, Jan. 6, 1897, a.
58 y. 4 m. (Interred at Ipswich.)

FOSTER, Angelina (Towne), m., pneumonia, Feb. 14, 1894,
a. 70 y. (Died at Somerville, body brought into town.)

Cynthia, at home, d. Joseph and Abigail Andrews, heart and
dropsy. May 27, 1881, a. 77 y. 8 m. (Interred Ipswich.)

Evelyn, d. Nathaniel and Sarah A. (Averell), scarlet fever,
June 24, 1873, a. 7 y. 3 m. 5 d.

Harriet J. H., d. Edwin and Sarah M., dysentery, Oct. 14,
1851, a. 2 y. 5 m. 12 d.

Henry Harrison, s. Stephen B. and Lucy, typhoid fever, Nov.
15, 1862, a. 23 y. 9 m. (Died on a U. S. vessel on Po-
tomac River, about 100 miles below Washington. Left
Topsfield in Aug., 1861 ; interred here Nov. 22.)

Lucy, w. Stephen B., d. Jacob and Huldah Peabody, inflam-
mation of bowels. May 18, 1862, a. 61 y. 1 m. 14 d. (Died
at almshouse.)

Lucy S., d. Stephen B. and Lucy (Peabody), (she dec'd),
pleuro pneumonia, Jan. 10, 1876, a. 43 y. 6 m.

Stephen B., widr., b. Hampstead, N. H., gastro-enteritis, Aug.
2, 1879, a. 84 y. 9 m. 16 d.

Tabitha, wid. Asa, d. Day, b. Eden, Mount Desert,

Maine, Nov. 29, 1850, a. 72 y.

FOWLER, Sarah Lewis, wid., housewife, d. Simon and Cyn-
thia (Young) Smith, b. New Hampton, N. H., pneu-
monia, Jan. 16, 1899, a. 68 y. 24 d.

FOY, John, b. Ireland, disease of brain, May 18, 1854, a.
51 y. (Died at almshouse.)


FRAME, Arthur A., s. Job H. and Almira A. (Gould), dysen-
tery, Sept. 2, 1867, a. 3 y. 9 m. 2 d.

Hannah C, w. Samuel, d. Robert and Esther Whidden, b.
Truro, Nova Scotia, consumption, Nov. 9, 1857, a. 42 y.

FULLER, Alice Etta, d. Enos and Sarah S. (Johnson), cholera
infantum, Sept. 11, 1874, a. 2 m. 25 d.

Benjamin, m., farmer, s. Benjamin and Esther (Wilkins), b.
Middleton, dysentery, Aug. 29, 1897, a. 69 y. 9 m. 16 d.

Charles, s. Benjamin and Lucy (Pingree), marasmus, Jan.
22, 1894, a. 3 m. 28 d.

Charles M., operative, s. Calvin W. and Mary E. (Richard-
son), consumption, Aug. 30, 1884, a. 23 y. 11m. 11 d.

Mary E., w. Calvin W., d. Ezra and Eliza Richardson, b.
Middleton, consumption, Jan. 5, 1871, a. 31 y. 1 m.

Rufus, s. Benjamin and Eliza M. (Foster), lung fever, Oct.
15, 1869, a. 1 y. 2 m. 22 d. (Interred at Middleton.)

Rufus, s. Benjamin and Lucy (Pingree), b. Boxford, Apr. 27,
1897, a. 3 m. 10 d. (Died at Boxford, body brought into

Sarah S., m., housekeeper, d. William P. and Susan E. (Man-
son) Johnson, b. Southboro, Mass., influenza and pneu-
monia, Feb. 27, 1896, a. 45 y. 7 m. 27 d.

Timothy, m., shoe worker and farmer, s. Benjamin and Esther
(Wilkins), b. Danvers, paralysis of heart, Oct. 27, 1888,
a. 57 y. 2 m. 2 d. (Dropped dead at house of E. H. Fer-
guson, Grove St.)

Willie Edwin, s. Enos and Sarah S., scarlet fever, Feb. 1, 1880,
a. 7 y. 12 d. (Died at Framingham. Father b. Danvers;
mother b. Southboro.)

, s. Enos and Sarah S. (Johnson), stillborn, Dec. 30, 1877.

FULLERTON, Hannah, w. of John Fullerton of Wolfborough,
N. H., (b. Aug. 10, 1791), d. of Jonathan and Shuah
Morrison of Tuftonborough, N. H., May 1, 1855, a. 63
y. 8 m. (Died at Taunton, body brought into town.)

GALLOUPE, Daniel P., m., teacher, retired, s. Israel and Bet-
sey (Ross), heart disease. May 4, 1890, a. 83 y. 3 m. 14 d.
(Died at Lowell, body brought into town. Mother b.
Ipswich. )

David B., m., s. Israel and Betsey (Ross), Mar. 12, 1888,
a. 83 y. 1 m. 12 d. (Died at Worcester, body brought into


Galloupe, Mary R., housewife, wid. b. Lowell, disease of
brain, Apr. 13, 1891, a. 78 y. 2 m. 15 d. (Died in Lowell,
body brought into town.)

GALLUP, Betsey, w. Israel, d. Timothy and Polly (Burnham)
Ross, b. p:ssex, influenza, Feb. 14, 1861, a. 78 y. 10 d.

Ida Porter, d. William Webster and Mary L. (Story), b. Dan-
vers, diphtheria, Jan. 15, 1870, a. 6 y. 1 m. 15 d.

Israel, widr., shoemaker, s. Amos and Anna, b. Danvers, heart
disease, Feb. 24, 1864, a. 82 y. 3 m. 26 d.

Mary, d. Amos and Anna, Oct. 9, 1855, a. 60 y. 23 d.

Sally R., m., housekeeper, d. Ezra and Betsey Perkins, can-
cer. May 17, 1880, a. 67 y. 10 m.

William Porter, widr., retired manufacturer, s. Amos and
Ruth (Cree), paralysis of the heart, June 29, 1890, a.
80 y. 3 m. 22 d.

GAMBELL, Huldah, wid., d. George and Sally Smith, b. Dan-
vers, heart disease, Nov. 10, 1866, a. 67 y. Her 1st. hus-
band was Joseph White. Never lived here except a few
weeks years ago. Mrs. G. came to town the day before
her death.)

GARRETT, George E., s. William H. and Sarah H. (Lake),
inflammation of lungs, Dec. 10, 1867, a. 1 y. 4 m. 13 d.

William H., shoemaker, s. William A. and Amelia (Boden),*.
b. Salem, typhoid pneumonia, June 14, 1882, a. 47 y. 9 m.
23 d.

GETCHELL, Annie E., Mar. 16, 1895, a. 41 y. 2 m. (Died^

at Lynn, body brought into town.)
Mary A., wid., d. Samuel and Elizabeth (Boardman) Janes,,
erysipelas, Apr. 18, 1882, a. 47 y. 7 m. 23 d. (Died in
Boston. Father b. Salem; mother b. Topsfield.)

GILMAN, Henry G., m., cabinet maker, s. Josiah and Abigail
(Hapgood), b. Tamworth, N. H., cancer of stomach,
Apr. 7, 1898, a. 70 y. 8 m. 7 d. (Deaf and dumb. In-
terred at Center Ossipee, N. H.)

GLASIER, Benjamin, m., farmer and shoemaker, s. Benja-
min and Deborah, b. Ipswich, scrofulous disease of bow-
els, May 29, 1871, a. 57 y. 4 m.


GLAZIER, Benjamin Payson, m., farmer, s. Benjamin and

Clarissa (Towne), typhoid fever, Apr. 5, 1890, a. 36 y.

10 m. (Died at Ipswich, body brought into town.

Father b. Ipswich.)
Louisa A., wid. Payson, housekeeper, d. Daniel and Harriet

M. (Andrews) Chapman, b. Ipswich, pneumonia, Mar.

19, 1895, a. 32 y. 1 m. 19 d. (Died at Ipswich, body

brought into town.)

GOODHUE, Charles A., s. John B. and Sarah A., b. Salem,
convulsions, Oct. 3, 1857, a. 1 y. 3 m. (Interred at Sa-

GOULD, Albert Webster, b. Hamilton, Apr. 15, 1897, a. 1 y.

9 m. 22 d. (Died at Wenham, body brought into town.)
Allen, Sen., m., farmer, s. Nathaniel and Hannah, gravel,

Aug. 5, 1862, a. 76 y. 10 m. 20 d. (Interred at Danvers.)
Allen, m., laborer, s. Allen and Martha (Brown), b. Danvers,

phthisis, Apr. 30, 1890, a. 67 y. 5 m. 16 d.
Almira, wid. Francis Gould and John Dudley, d. Daniel

and Rachel (Pulsifer) Doe, b. Gloucester, disease of

liver and jaundice. May 14, 1887, a. 72 y. 3 d. (Died at

Amos A., s. Andrew and Mary P., b. Boxford, disease of the

heart, Oct. 23, 1862, a. 27 y. 6 m. (Birthplace of father,

Middleton ; of mother, Newburyport.)
Andrew, s. Edward Otis and Roseltha (Sides), dysentery,

Sept. 26, 1868, a. 1 y. 6 d.
Andrew, shoemaker, s. Nathaniel and Betty (Andrews), heart

disease, Feb. 21, 1878, a. 81 y. 6 m. 17 d.
Andrew, m., farmer, s. Andrew and Pamelia (Kenney), b.

Middleton, pleurisy, congestion of right lung, Oct. 6,

1896, a. 90 y. 9 m. 25 d.
Anna, wid. Zaccheus, Esq., who died July 5, 1874, d. John, Jr.

and Ruth (Gould) Hood, old age, Oct. 13, 1874, a. 79 y.

2 m. 14 d.
Ansel, widr., farmer, s. Samuel and Mary (Long), herpes and

gastritis. May 27, 1885, a. 74 y. 3 m. 15 d.
Ariel Huntin,

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