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'Thompson Alice (Dean), wife of James. Oct. 5. 1873, ;^';y.
'Towner Reuben, '^'formerly of KillinLjworth in Comiecticnt. who

was drowned in this town April 20, 181 2. a<2^ed 3oy."
'Tuttle Cershom, T^scj. Auu^. 13, 1777. ^^y.
Tuttle Hannah, wife oi" Oliver. Sept. 12. 1785. 42y.
'Tuttle Daniel, son of 01i\erand Hannah. Marcli 2. 1777. i\.
'Tyler J^enjamin. I'el). 17, 1826, 55y.

Tyler Anna (Smith), wife of Benjamin. .May 12. 1855, 75y.
Tyler Joseph, son of Lt. Benjamin and Ainia. March 2]. 1S16,
6w.



11/; .s 7' VAliT CHIJi'rJl YAIU) 7.'?

Tvlcr Beiumi S., son of LJenjainiu, Jr., and Antia. July 22,
1796, i_)in. "A still born daufjliter of the same parents
l)uiied In his side."
Tyler Ephraini. Dec. 16, 1823, 6^\ .
Tyler Abigail, wife of Ephraim. March 18, 1814, 53y.
Tvler Miles, ••son of Ephraini and Abigail, who was killed
Aug. ^, 181 I bv a cart wheel running over him in the 13th
year of his age."
A stone also erected on Winter atreet near the place of the sccidcnt.
Tyler Rebekah. daughter Ephraim and Abigail. July 11, 1804,

2y. lom.
Tyler Sally, daughter of abo\e. -S-w^- -^9? '79^' 'om. 29d.
Tyler Benjamin P., son of above. March 31, 1814, 33> •
Tyler William. April 19, 1836, 30V.

Tyler Ephraim. Born Sept. i6, 1783, died Dec. 12, 1S42.
Tyler Sarah ((yookin). wife of above. Born 1793, died August

28, 1820.
Tyler Lydia, wile of Ephraim. March 5, 1822, 52y.
Tyler Rebecca (Reed), wife of Ephraim. Born June 3. 17S4,

died June 10, 1875 .
Tvler P2mily, daughter of Ephraim and Sarah. Born Xov.

1819, died Dec. 23, 182 1.
Tyler George E. Born Dec. 29, 1829, died July 16, 1840.
William B. Born Dec. 8, 1S35, died Dec. 10, 1865.
Benjamin P. Born Aug. 3, 1833, died Xov. 29, 1867.
From George to Benjamin were children of Ephraim and Rebecca Tyler.
Tyler John. Born April 8, 1802, died Jan. 13, 1886.
Tyler Mary (W^ebster). Born July 27, 1807, died August 22,

1852.
Tyler, infant child of John and Mary. Aprd 6, iSoS, Srh.
Tyler John L.. son of above. May 30, 1814, 2y. 3d.
Tyler Joseph G., son of above. April 6, 1813, ly. 3m. sd.
Tyler John L., son of above. Feb. 25, 1816, 4y. 5m.
Tyler Benjamin. March 9, 1814, 8ry. i6d.

He came from Wallingford, Conn., in 1767. He built the first mill in
town, it being located at We.st Claremont east of the highway on the north
side of Sugar River. He was a prominent man of.the town for nianv vears
and ancestor of the family of this name in Claremont.



74 )yi:sr [i:\irr ciirL-cii ).\i,-/>

Tvlcr MchiliiliK'. wilo of Ik-iijainin. |;in. jy. iN-\^. <)J\.
'i^'lcr Austin. Au;;. i-'. iS.j|.5(\.

'I'\lcr Alice ( Kiii<^sl)iii\ ) . w itV ot' Antin. \)i.\-. H). iS^^. 6.S\ .
Tvlcr Mar\ . wife ol" Fred A. May iS. iSOj. j^\ .
'P\ Icr Nfarv [. (Sniitli). wile of IdIiii. l?<>in Iiil\ j. iSuj. (ra-tl

Jan. iS. iNy.j.
Tyler John. Born 1773, died iSj-.
Tvler iSIarv ((iiddinj^s). wile of John. r>(jiii 17^1. died I'Si:-.

These t\v(i arc on the iiKiiniment ot lolin TnIci.
T\ler Maria V. (Clement), wife ot" )aines .\. Wnvw in Ww

^'ork city June 29, 1S45. died March 10. 1S93.
Tv ier I'^li/abeth. dau'^hter ot" [ohn .ind M;n\ . .Ma\ Ji. iSi",

3m. 8(1.
'IMer [olin 11. ISorn ( )cl . ij. iS:^_'. died Jan. jy. iS()(j.

ll,iham lames I'hineas. son of ( jeorj4e IJaxlei and Mary Duncan
ITphani of L'lareniont. New Hampshire. Horn Oct. zy .
1S27. died .\])r. S. iS<)^. A I'uhlie spirited citi/.en of
Claremont.
A son of Hon. George U. Ipham. W a> loiiiuler ol ilie .Siilii\aii Maciiiii-
erv company, and extensively ensjaged in nlinin^ and niarlilc industries.
Was representative in 1S65-66.
Vpham Walker Elizabeth, \\ire of lames Phineas I'pham. and
daughter of J^^amuel and Ruth Fester Rice of .Sonth Ber-
wick. Maine. Born Dec. 24. 1S30, died Apr. 11, 1876.
( lod's Pi()\ idence Mine Inlieritance.



Veasev Benjamin. March 17. 1N70, 71 \. Jm.

Veasev Amanda (OlncN). w il'e of Benjamin. Jan. _'. iSSi, 79\ .

Waterman Mar\ P., wife of A/.ro. Dlw 26, 1877, 36y.
Warner Rachel, wife of Daniel. Boiii in Farmington, Conn.,

[une 2. I 716. died Jan. 16, 1791. She was one of the first

members of the first l^piscopal church.
Warner Daniel. March 11. 1S02. 86y.

Webster .\nn S. ('I'yler), wife of Arthu> . Jan. 19. 1837, 29y.
Webster Artliur. liorn Api". 10. 1S12. died Oct. 9. 1869.



WEST PABT rrnUECH YARD 73

^^'ebstel■ Ana Maria, daughter of al)ove. Feb. 21, TS47. ^^y■
VVeb.ster Eliza H., daughter of above. Jan. 5, 1836, ly.
Webster v^a rah (T\ler). w i(e ot" Di. Thomas. >rareh 25, 1S45.

75y.

Weld Isabel I'oslcr. Apv. _'S, 1864. ^2\.

Weld Emina (j.. daughter nf" Isabel F. and .'<. J. July 19.

1 85 7, 2y. 4111. lod.
Wilniarth ^Matilda, wife ol" D. C .Vpr. 17. 1870. t,o\.
Wibnarth Annie. June 21. 1S82. I3y. loni.
Wilson Josiah F. Aug. 24, 1871, 76y.
Wilso!^. John. N(>\-. 8, 1809, 24y.
Wilson Joseph. Jan. 4, 1S26. 77y.
\Vilson Hannah, wife of Joseph. Dec. 9, 1841, 9iy.
\Vilson Joseph, Jr. Apr. 14. 1814, 3iy.
Wilson William, from England. Feb. 17. 1845. 7iy.
Wilson ]Mar\. wife of William. .*^ept. 29. 1844, 7oy.
\\'iIson Car\ .\lfred. son of John Xewnian and .Sal)ra Newton

Wilson of Newark, Ohio. Born Oct. 3, 1S45. ^''^*^^ Sept.

14. 189^. .V soldier of the Republic and a i^risoner at .\n-

derson\ ille.
\\'heelock Rispah. daughter of AUVed and Risj^ah A. .'^jpt. 9,

182^, 2v. 4m. 6d.
Whitcoml) l-^X'eland. Dec. 22. 1840. 3oy.
Whitcomb Nanc\ . w ife of Freeland. May 13, 1839. 28y.
Whitcoml) L\niai\. '-Died for his country in the battle of

Spotts\ Ivania, \'a.. Ma\ 18. 1864, aged 32y. Buried on

the field of battle."
Whitcoml^ William K.. sou of l,\uian and FJi/.abeth. Dec. 1.

18^3. lom.
Whitcoml) [ennie (.. daughter of al>()\e. ]u\\ 2^. 1856. 20m.
Whitcomb Ivlward L.. son of above. |ulv S- '^56, 7'^^"
Whiting William, killed b\ ihe fall of a tree June 2. 1800. aged

^^'hiting• Arlema^. s<ju of William anel .Mehitable. Killed In a

fall from a horse No\ . 27,, '799. ' i\-
Woodell H;trriet, wife of (reorge. ^fa^• (1. i86|. h^\ .



76' WKSr PAFV CnUUCH YARD-

VV\se John. Born in Falkirk, vSlerliiigshirc. Scotland June 2/],
t77o, died June 6, iSi6.
Stone rrcctcd bv his son fohii \\'\>c ot Miildlctown. ( Onii.



Bailev Cyntliia R., wile of John. July 7, 1874, 513. 8m. id.
Bowkcr Daniel S. F^orn in Springfield. \'t., Sept. 6, 1804.

died March 11, 1872.
Cook James A. May 15, 1866, 51}.



York Joseph. "In memory of one of the first settlers of the

town." Dec. 30, 1S03, 87y.
York Esther, wife of Joseph. Dec. 30, 1S13, S9y.
York Christopher, one of the first settlers of the town. April

17, 1817, 68y.
York Amos, son of Jonathan and Temperance, drowned in the

Connecticut River. July 26, 1788, 2iy.



CATHOLIC CEMETERY.

Xo inscriptions of a later date than t84<3 have been taken from thii^ ceme-
tery, as all deaths since that year arc in Mr. Burrill's record.

RECORDS.

O'Haii'cii Mich:)cl. Horn Parish ol" Ca.steislmicl, Ireland. Died
Cavendish. \'t., Aug. 17, i^^43, aj^cd ^Sv. Came from
County Kerry to this coinitrv, [imc i^. 1S37.

Chase Sarali J. E. July 24. 1S38. i8\ .

Chase Bela, .Sept 3. 1S41, ^'jv.

Dermony Daniel, son of John and Marv. Dec. 21. 18)2, ;^()\ .

Kelley ]iridget. wife of Hugh. Sept. iS, 1841, 47\ .

Pagan Michael, a native of Dublin, Ireland. Jan. 7, 184). 6;^v.

Patten Annie. August 3, 1842. pn.

Kelle\ Bridget. June 1843. 2o\ .

Comior Rosan I)., wife of [ohn. Ma\ 10. 18^3, 26\ .

O'Donnell Patrick. Mav 21, 1838, 40\.

Tomb Betsey, wife of Hugh, from Omaiigh. Ireland. |ime 14,

Ilappin Philip, .\pril 6. i8||. 6^v.



THF JARMS YARD.

I'KIVAI F,.

The f(jll()\ving insciiptiim is mi uiiu ot tlic monimicnts :
•'Xatliatiiel Jarvis, bom in 1668, came tVom Wales to Boston,
and married Elizabeth Peabody ot" MaiiK-. lie died in i/.^S-
Leonard Jarvis his son, born 1 7 15 ; niarrii-d Sarah Church.
;_jranddaii5^htcr of Col. Church. di^tinj^uislicd in the tirsl Indian
wars. He died 1770. his wife in i7<)<>- 'he children -who
survived were Leonard, .Samuel (iardner. Charles. Nathan-
iel, .Sarah, Marv, Uenjaniin and IMiilip. Dr. Leonard Jar-
vis, born in Boston June 22. 1774. married L'iarissa IL
Draper, born [ul\ 8, 1786. Their children were Sus;iii
Pierce, .Sanuiel Gardner, Leonard and Russell."
Dr. T.eonard Jarvis removfd to Claremont in / 797. and died l-eii. 9, i<S.(S.
He purchased the farm ut Hon. Sant'ord Kinijsljurv. and established the
private yard in which are buried members of tiic- tLunil\. Tin- liKatii>n i^
one of the most beautiful in town, commanding as it doc> — or rather did
before the trees became too large — a wide stretch of country, including the
valley of the Connecticut for many miles. All the inscriptions arc here
given, except one, that being a flat stone wiiich has hecinK so worn hv the
elements that only a few words can be decipheied.
Clari.ssa. wife of Leonard. Jul\ 19, 1868.
Russell Jarvis. Born Jan. 8, 182. j. died 1>1). J|. 188S.
Annie. (Dau^hlerof Russell and Lucretia 1".. (Rice) Jni\i-.

Born June 22. 1864, died Apr. 1 }, 1867).
Leonard, second son to Leonanl and Clarissa. Dec. i). rSi8. ;ni.
Russell Jarvis, Lawyer and Journalist. Bxirn B:^-.toii \ji)\. died
in X. "N". City .\pr. 17. 185 :^.



lATALITlES.

The loUowing li^t, wliilc perhaps not complete, is as iiearlv so as can l)c
compiled at the present day. Prior to 1S46 the only record? are the stones al-
ready given, and which are here repeated to make the list more complete. Since
[846 Mr. Burrill's record tjives the tacts as here -tated, with some additions
t'roiii |iri\ate sMurces.

April 10. 1777. M;ntiii Rich, scalded, ym.

Sept. 4. 17S2. Joel Rovs. hmnt to death, 27V.

Jan. 28. 1783. Amos Andrews, btnnt in a house. 22\.

Julv 26. 17S8. Amos ^'oik. dtowned, 21 \.

Nov. 23, 1799- Artemas Wiiitiii'i;. killed 1)\ a (all from a horse.

I i\ .

June 2, iSoo. William WhitiiiLi'. killed 1)\ the fall of a tree,

Oct. 18, 1802. Leoiiac\ Norton, dfownetl, 24V.

April 30. 180^. (jeoro'e Shaw, drowned in Connecticut Ri\er,

20y .
Dec. 16, 1804. Richard I'ield. died of a limn. 33\. He livetl

on Bible Hill.
Jidy 8, 1 80s. Zara and Oilando Thomas, killed hv lightning,

i8v. and 7y.
JiiK I, 1808. Eli Sperr\, drowned, 2.|\.
An". ^. 1811. Milev Tav lor. killed In heini^' rini over bv a cart

.\piil 20. 1812. Reuben Tow nci'. drow iieil in Comiecticul

Ri\ er, t,o\ .
Jan. 29. 1S14. Chester and Solmon Putnam, siiri'ocated, 27\.

and 19}.
1815. Aaron Wheeler, and Morrill. Carried over the



so hWTAlJTIES

l^ristmill (l;im in ;i -m.ill hont ;il tlu' time of lii<2^li \\;iUt. mid

l>()th (liow iK'd.
|iil\ -j. iSio. \\'illi;iiu W cllstcad IJrcwtr. drowned, 3'j\.
)iine 29, 182 J. Kill Andrew v H;iiiu's. killed 1>\ tlu- l';ill <>t" a

tree, 25 y.
Ahrani Jones, diowned ;it Aslile\ "> I'eirv :d)<)ut iS^^ ( .- ) .
I-^sther C()l)l>. kilK'd li\ .1 ^.tone tliiown ;it lui 1>\ ;t li<>\ mIiouI

()et. 2. iS_|.o. Clunles 11. Uin^liani. drowned. i\ .

]\i\\ 4, 1846. W'illard Fales, killed by the explosion ol" a can-
non, y>\ ■ IIo ^\as the tlist ))cr>-on Imiied in the new ceiHv'-
tery.

()et. iz, 184J. (ieorj^e \\ Cook, killeil. j()\ . lie tell iVoni a
load of ha\ onto a pitch fork, w hich caused his death.

Dec. 30, 1847. Luther lIarrin<i;toii. killetl. 3S\-

Xo\ . 1^. i8-|8. Son ol' Walter Charlton, drowned. 8\ .

(ul\ ^). 1 8:; I. Lucius .\. Hill, diowiied in Connecticut Kiver.
_• 1 \ .

.*^ept. 14. i8^i. l^/.ra Kol>l)ins. accidentU shot 1)\ liis son-in-
law, 54y.

^Vpril "^o, 18^2. Horace Z. Lanilterion. killed on the railr»iad.

\)t:^^- . IS- 18^2. Kosina Jackson, luunt. 55y-

.Vjjril (). 18:;:'. 'Three sans of Arn >ld I'arr. huriK'd in a h )use.
S\ ., 7\ . and I 2\ .

.\la\ 7. i8sv '"^o'l *^*t )anies ^'ouni;. ilrowned, _5y.

|ul\ \. 1856. William (Jritlin of North Hartland, \'t., killeil,
SON. He was taking' |)art in the celebration. The com-
pany in which he was underto(»k to march across the bridt^c
between the Home mill and the Clareniont Maiuifacturinj^
company, keeping; step. The bridge broke under the strain,
and all were thrown into the water. (Jrillln w us tlrowned.

\o\ . 4. iSq'). Horace joncs. drowned. 2()\ . He was drowned
at tlie I'errv b\ a boat capsi/.in;j:.

)an. 6, 18^7. (Tef)rge W. iJrown. scalded. t^\\ ■

Fell. 4, i8s7- josiah Ste\ens, tro/.eu to death, 72\. He was
insane and escaped from the house in the night.



I\[TA 1.1 TIES Si

]n\\ 19, kS^7. DMii<^lilcr of Fustcr NVcKls. z\ . A o;ii( liody

tipped o\ cT u\\ her and slic was crushed.
Aug. 21, i8s8. "riuinau ludd, killed In the ears while walking

on the track, ^\\-
April 16, i860. Horace L. ]>artlett, killed at J. P. Upham's

farm, while logging, 42)-.
Julv 7, 1861. John Qiiinn, drowned. iGy.
Mav 9, 1862. Ehene/er E. Bailey, killed by a fall from a tree,

Aug. 9, 1864. William H. Iladley, killed, iiy.

Oct. i^, 1864. Samuel Clement, killed, 78y.

Apr. 19, i86v Son ot Frank Busch, drowned, ^v.

Sept. 10, 1S65. George Dusham murdered, 34y.

June 10, 1866. Son of Antoine Chicoine, drowned, 7y.

July 3, 1866. Alexander Duguey, drowned, ^oy.

Sept. 22, 1868. Amos Keyes, who lived on the Cottage Hos-
pital farm, fell from his cart, was run over, and lived but a
few moments after.

Dec. 13, 1868. Edmund Gieger killed, 23y. Killed at James
P. Upham's. He fell oH" a lieam in the barn and struck on
a spike which pierced his skull. The board in which the
spike was driven had to be cut out of the Hoor, and the 1)0\'
lived several weeks.

Jan. 18, 1869. George Woodell, murdered.

Nov. 18, 1S69. Edward Clark, drowned, I4y.

March 19, 1S70. Charles Hilliard, killed, 22y.

Oct. 30, 1870. Jane Belknap, poisoned, 23y.

June 28, 1S71. Syhanus Cushing, Chas. E. Sawyer and Hen-
rietta Sawvyer, drowned at Ashley's Ferry, aged respectively
50, 27, 2oy.

Aug. 30, 1S72. Henry Sturtevant, killed on the lailroad. 2ry.

Oct. 27, 1872. Hannah Purington, burnt, 72y.

Feb. 7, 1873. Son of Mrs. Gaflhev, drowned, 6y.

Sept. 30, 1S73. William C. Wheeler, drowned in the .Sugar
River Paper mill pond.

Feb. 19, 1874. William D. Pierce, 49\ . He was caught in
' the shaftino; at the erist mill and thus killed.



.vi> /.\T.\i.rn/:s

Apr. S. 1.S7.}. Aldeii j. l)li>s. ilrowiu'd. ^C)\ . Ills liuds \\;is

roiiiKJ in tlu' ii\t'i'.
juiu- 11. \Sj^. lainc'N l)ik\. MaKkd. 6\ .
.\o\ . ^. iS^T). Miclia-l Keatiiifi^, killed on railroad. Ji\.
|an. 23. 1S77. l)a\id I'^winy. killed. 26\ , Ho was caught Vj\

a hell and drawn over a shaft in one ot" the Monndnoek

mills, and inslantU killed.
|an. 2S. 1877. Lucy McXellx , Imint. fi:^\ .
I'el). 16. 1N77. Daughter ot' W'ai Ten ICastinan. burnt. 6v.
lune 3. 1N77. Son of I'" rank L'harron. scakled. T,\ .
|ul\ 7. 1N77. Charles IJacon killed, T,'jy. lie was paintinj; at

liailev's mills. The sta;j;"inq; broke, and he fell si\t\ leet.

and w as instanth killed.

Mrs. Hannah (Til).son, S7^- | Iknnl to death

. , , ,, Mrs. vSoi^hronia Place, CO\ . | in the

.March 211, iN7<). ^,. \ • t 1 ' " i^ .11

' ^ Aliss Annie Johnson. z^\ . | I remonl llousr

Miss Lydia Alerrilk iSy." I lire.

|id\ 20. iS7<). Dorr \\'oi"den. drowned wImIc in swimming'.

Inlv 20, '''^79- Son ol" llubbard Kelses . dro>A ned while in

sw inimin<4". 1 1 \ .
Mav 3, 18S0. John Lauderxille. drowned. 5y.
]une 27, 1S80. John W. .Vyer 2()\.. and Joseph Kin^. 2^v..

drowned while in swimming;".
|nne 26. iSSi. Daniel Cant\, ^jov.. scalded at the Jarv is paper

mill.
.\piil 21, 1SS2. Warren \\ hitney. 2c)y.. killed.
AuG^ust 8. 1882. .Son of b>hn Connor, i9\.. killed ut I'reeman

»S: O'Neirs mill.
()ct. 24, 1882. .Soil of Danii'l C'anlv. \\\.. accidentallv shot at

Claremont Junction.
()ct. 1^, 1883. Philip S. Hunter, found in the wheel-pit (jf

Halcom's mill. It is suppc^sed he Irll into the Hume, anil

was carried b\ the current into the jjit.
|uh 6, 1886. I'^red .Smith, i9\., drowned in Connecticut ri\er.

liuried at l*erkins\ ille.
Sept. 10. 1S86. William M. Oidway. 47\.. killeil by the cars.



FATALITIES 83

Nov. 20. 1S86. Matthew CaMre\ . 6o\ .. killed by falling down

f>tairs.
May 3, 1889. '^laxani VVilletle. 53\.. scalded at the Sugar Riv-
er paper mill.
Oct. 14, 1S89. (ieoro-e G. Clark. 68y.. tell oil" a heain in his

harn.
May 14, 1890. (jeorge W. I)a\is. 47\ .. struck 1)n lightning.
May 15. 1890. Son of Milard Thihodeau. 6\ ., drowned at the

old pa])er mill.
Xo\ . 14, 1890. Frank Pike, I4\.. accitlentally shot.
Oct. 10. 189J. .Vndrew J. Hunt, thrown against a p(<st 1>\ a

runaway horse. Died of his injuries Oct. 13.
Feb. 8, 1893. Louis Chaml)ers, killed l)\ cars near Mulhcrrv

street.
Api'. 4, 1894. lle»l)ert W. Newnutn nf Windsor. \ t.. run o\er

hv the cars at Claremont Junction.
Aug. JS? 1S94. Daniel M. Kevcs of Doston. thrt)\\ 11 from a

wagon at the Hospital grounds and received tatal injuries.

^V singular coincidence is that his father was killed on the

same farm, in a similar manner.
Sept. 23, 1894. Herbert E. l*erham of W'eathersHeld. \'t., ac-

cidentalK shot at Ashlev's Ferrv, while getting into a boat.

J^ewis Milton, killetl b\ the cars just iielow the High l>ridge.

Caflres, killed on the J. P. L pham farm.

Hiram Putnam, died of injuries received b\ tailing on a cart

stake.
l>o\ killed at Russell |ar\is*s.



MORTUARY STATISTICS.

No records of deaths were kept in town, except l)y families, prior to 1S46.
The compiler has, therefore, arranged by years the deaths as receded. by the
inscriptions. While it is certain that these do not icnliidc all the deaths of
each year, it in some measure shows the death rate. P'rom 1846 to date a
careful record has l)een kept, the credit for it Ijcing due Mr. Alfred Hurrill, for
manv years se.\ton of the town, and its continuance by^liis son, Mr. Cicorge 11.
liurrill, his successor as se.xton.

Year Male Female Year Male Female



17G9


S





1832


12


10


1770








18:5;]


1:}


17


1771





2


is;i4


12


(>


1771'





2


]8;J5


l.i


12


177;{


1


1


183(;


18


IS


1774


1





18;{7


12


13


177.')








i.s;{,s


10


14


177U


•)





I8;{!i


20


18


1777


10





1840


1.-)


22


177S


a





1841


12


1!)


1770





1


1842


15


13


1780





1


1848


11)


17


1781


2


1


1844


13


13


1782


2


1


1845


l(j


13


1788


1


1


184(J


17


35


1784


a


4


1847


lili


28


1785


2


1


1848


2(>


39


178«


1





1840*


;!4


31


1787


4


1


is,-.()


27


20


1788


;{


2


isr.i


IS


20


178<.t


;{


5


IS.-. -J


2.!


3!t


1 71>0


;{


:{


is.-.K


2S


31


17'.il


4


,"»


is.-.i


.■>.-)


51


17'.'-'


1


('•


is.-,.-.


;js


33



JfOFTVAFY STATISTiC^? So

Year Male Kcmale Year Male Female

1793 4 1 185() 33 30

1794 '1 3 1857 34 27

1795 4 8 1858 33 34
179(! 8 3 1859 44 37

1797 4 1 1860 31 32

1798 6 5 18(U 33 40

1799 12 . 13 18G2 33 27

1800 8 8 1863 39 35

1801 5 5 1804 37 26

1802 10 9 1805 45 44

1803 13 17 1800 31 42

1804 20 10 1807 20 37

1805 5 1808 26 23
1800 1 5 1869 29 45

1807 3 5 1870 20 29

1808 10 1871 28 42

1809 9 9 1872 48 40

1810 21 7 1873 2(5 29

1811 5 4 1874 29 35

1812 12 9 1875 29 27

1813 17 14 1870 25 49

1814 11 10 1877 30 29

1815 7 10 1878 33 44
1810 17 15 1879 22 48

1817 7 9 1880 3(5 45

1818 9 12 1881 39 48

1819 12 8 1882 43 30

1820 7 7 1883 38 40

1821 9 9 1884 30 40

1822 11 11 1885 34 32

1823 6 8 1880 43 40

1824 8 8 • 1887 32 48

1825 3 9 1888 50 47
1820 17 13 1889 47 49

1827 11 14 1890 51 52

1828 16 ' 16 1891 38 37

1829 11 11 1892 50 47

1830 12 13 1893 49 53

1831 14 14 1894 41 02

1895 46 59
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SS MOBTUAUT STATISTICS

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1800




102(i


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17U0


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1810






3217


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Tin' ~va\'s of Death arc soof/i///i;' ami serciit\
Ami all the -vords of JJeath arc if rave and sweet .
From camp and church, the jires/de and the street,
.She l)eek()i/s forth — and strife and si>n<^' have hcoi.

A summer night descending cool and green,
And dark on daytime's dnst and stress and heat,
7 he 'cavs of PeatJi arc soothing a//d serene.
. \nd all the zcords of Death are grave and s-.ceet.

() glad and sorrow fnl, with trin/nphant mien

. \nd radiant faces look npon and greet

This last of all your lovers, and to n/eet

Her kiss, the Comforter s, your spirit lean. . . .

The ways of Death are soothing and serene.

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Online LibraryCharles B. (Charles Byron) SpoffordGrave stone records : from the ancient cemeteries in the town of Claremont, New Hampshire, with historical and biographical notes → online text (page 6 of 6)