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BOSTON
PUBLIC
LIBRARY




AN



ALPHABETICAL ABSTRACT



OF THE



RECORD OF DEATHS,



IN THE



TOWN OF DEDHAM,



MASSACHUSETTS,



1844— 1890.



Compiled by
DON GLEASON HILL, Town Clerk.



DEDHAM, MASS.

Office of the Dedham Transcript.
1895.







Published Under the Vote of the Town,
Passed April 9, 1894.



INTRODUCTION



In accordance with the vote passed by the Toavii at its last annual
Town Meeting, I have compiled an Abstract of the Deaths recorded in
Dedhani from the middle of 1844 to the close of 181)0, which is here-
with submitted. The first seven entries in 1844 were made by Richard
Ellis, the Town Clerk; then follows the record of his successor,
Jonathan H. Cobb, which closes with 1874, except that Mr. Cobb
records two deaths in January, 1875. Charles H. Farrington, the next
Clerk, continues the record through 1879 and records ten deaths at
the beginning of 1880. The rest of the records covered by this volume
have been made by me, except fifteen deaths recorded by Mr.
Farrington, from March to April 27, 1882, the time of his sudden
death.

The same general plan has been adopted here as in the Abstract
of Births, to give as much as possible in the most compact form. The
figures at the left indicate the number of each death in the record of
the year in which it appears ; if a married woman, the maiden name is
given in parenthesis immediately after the christian name, followed by
the name of the husband; then comes the date of death, first the month
in figures, then the day and year ; following this are the cause of death,
age, birthplace, names of parents with maiden name of mother in
parenthesis, and finally the birthplaces of the parents. Of course
many entries do not contain all these facts, and therefore not all could
be given. Names which appear in brackets have been supplied by the



1 V INTR OD UC TION.

Editor from information outside tlie record. In a few instances we
have discovered that the record did not correspond with the original
returns on file. Words and figures printed from the files rather than
the record have been marked with an asterisk.

All errors which are discovered in the printed record of births and
deaths should be reported in writing to the Town Clerk, so that they
may be properly corrected upon the record.

With the assistance of Dr. Francis L. Babcock of the Board of
Health, a table has been constructed which shows the diseases from
year to year, and the number who have died of each disease. We have
■also constructed a table showing the number of persons who have died
at each age, from stillborn up to 102 years. It is believed that these
two tables will be not only interesting, but valuable as statistics. In
the table of diseases it did not seem necessary to take each year sepa-
rately, and we have divided the first twenty years into five periods of
four years each, and the balance of the time into periods of three years
■each, thus being able to sIioav the whole number for each disease on
■one page. In most cases the diseases are called in this table by the
names as they appear on the record, in order to show the changes in
nomenclature, from time to time. At the end of the book is given an
index of the cities and towns in the United States, also an index of the
names which appear as maiden names, together with a list of the men
who are recorded as soldiers.

The copy for the printer has been made by Miss Martha A. Smith,
-who has also assisted the Editor in proof reading and making indexes.



jtfat 2^Jt^u A^CS



Town Clerk.
Dedham, January 1, 1895.



TABLE SHOWING NUMBER OF DEATHS OF EACH DISEASE.



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Accident

Albuminuria

Alcoholism

Anaemia

Anasarca

Aneurism, aortic. . . .
Angina maligna. . . .
Angina pectoris ....

Apoplexy

Artery, rupture of . .

Ascites

Asphyxia

Asthma

Bowel complaint. . .
Bowels, consumption of

hemorrhage of . . .

inflam. of

intersusception of

malignant dis. of.

mortification of. .
Brain, concussion of. . .

congestion of. . . .

consumption on. .

contraction of . . .

disease

enlargement of. .

inflam. of

paralysis of

softening of

tumor of

water on

Bright' s disease

Bronchitis

Cancer

Canker

Canker rash

Carbuncle

Catarrh

Chest, dropsy of

Childbirth

Cholera

infantum

morbus

Chronic disease

Cirrhosis

Colic

bilious

Congenital

Consumption

of blood

Convulsions

puerperal

Cramp

Croup

















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1


1


1


6


5


8
3


5

2


18

9

1


20
3


9


11
8


3


8
2


8

3

2


9
1
1
2
1
1


12

1

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15
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3


6
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10
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9

1


2


2

2


1

4


2

1


1

1


1


1
1


1


1

2


1


2


4
1


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14


11


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6




6




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3


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4


1


3


2
1


1

1

1


1
1


1
1


1


2
1


1




2


1


1


3


3




























2


1


1


3


7


5


2


10












1




2




4


1


4




5


3


6


3


8


4


9


7


1


7


7


4


9


15


10






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5




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9


21


23


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65


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74


89


85


75


48


46


55


40


46


50


40


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DEDHAM RECORDS.



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Cyanosis

Cystitis

Debility

infantile

Diabetes

Diarrhoea

chronic

Diphtheria

Dropsy

Dysentery

Dyspepsia

Embolism

Emphysema

Empyaemia

Enteritis

Entrocolitis

Epilepsy

Epistaxis

Erysipelas

Exhaustion

Fever

bilious

brain

intermittent ... .

lung

nervous

pleurisy

puerperal

rheumatic

scarlet

ship

slow

typhoid

typhus

Fistula

Fits

Found dead

Gangrene

senile

Gastritis

Gastro enteritis

Gland, enlargement of.

Gravel

Hanged

• Heart cramp

disease

enlargement of. .

failure

fatty deg. of

rheumatism of . . .

rupture of

Hemorrhage

umbilical

Hemorrhagica purpurea











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1


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1




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1


9






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1




3












10


5


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5




7


34


20


8


14


4


7


5


9


10


9


7


8





7


1


2


3


1


13


30


24


9


9


10


6


12


4

1

1


5
1


3


4

1


3

2


2
1








3




3


4


1


2


5


1


2


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1






1


1
1


1




2


1


6


2


2


2


1


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2




1
2


2


2

7


25


12

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1

2


1
4


2
1


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2


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12
1


16


18

1


23


12


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1


9


31

2


16


17


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1


6

2


1


3


2


4


3


1


1


8


15


25


14


6


11


8


4


12


8


5


6


2


3




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1




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1






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1


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1
1
1


1
2




1






1


2


1


1


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4


5


13


16


8
1


17


11


17


14
1


12
1

1


29


25


26
2


53
4

1




1






2




2

1


1


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1


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NUMBER OF DEA THS OF EACH DISEASE.



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Hepatitis

Hip complaint

Humor

Hydrocephaloid

Hydrocephalus

Hydrophobia

Hydrothorax

Inanition

Infantile disease

Inflammation

Influenza

Insanity

Jaundice

Kidney disease

Killed in battle

Liver, abscess of

complaint

congestion of

enlargement of. .

Lucocy thaemia

Lung disease

Lungs, abscess of

congestion of . . . .

hemorrhage of . . .

inflammation of.

oedema of

Malnutrition

Marasmus

Measles

Melancholia

Meningitis

cerebro spinal . . .

tubercular

Metritis

Mouth, sore

Murder

Myalitis, acute

Nephritis

Neuralgia

Neuritis, multiple

Old age

Palsy

Paralysis

progressive

Pericarditis ....;..,....

Peritonitis

Placenta praevia

Pleurisy

Pneumonia

pleuro

Poison

Premature birth

Prostate gland, hyp'y of .

Pyaemia

Pyrexia







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1


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1

1


1


1

1


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1


1


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1


1

2


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1

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1

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3


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1
2




3


5




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2








1




2


1


1
1

1

1


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1


1


1
1
1




4


7


5


2


5
1


4


1
4

1

2


1


1
1


1
1


2


1


3

2
2








4


6


6


1


7


2


1


1






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1


1

2


2






1


2


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2
















1


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6


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5


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5


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13


7


14


16






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1


1

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1

1


1
1




1

1


1
1


7
1

1
1


1


1
1


17


34


27


37


18


18


25


31


26


15


19


25


19


15


1


2


2


4


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2




4


5


12

1


14


9


9


19


13


25
1


18
4


18
1


13

2


1


1












1




3

1




6


7


5






1


9


5


3


1


2


1


4


1


1




1










27


27


13


12


14


6


18
4


18


29
1


29
1






1






1




1




4


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O

1


8


8
1


11

1



4

2

2
3

8
2

4

12

20

1

1

5

1

7

1

2

36

5

3

3

O
O

1

31
9
4
2

1

34
8
1

62

11
1
8
1
5
1
4
2
1
326

13

161

8

1

24
1

22

193

6

3

34
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1
1

1

3
1

169


2
2
1

1
1

1

1

7
2G1


2

1
1

1

1

2
2

5

1

367


3

1

1

1

2
2
2

2
1

1

4

1

2

353


2
1
3

1

2
4

1

2

4

7
480


3
2

8

1

2

2

1

2

1
12

2

1

1

2

414


1
1

1

2

2
6

1

2

5

1

5
317


1
3

1

1

1

2

1
2

3
1

2

3
301


3

1
8

1
3

1

5

255


1

2

9

2
1
5

1

5
1

1

1
5

1
282


1

1

1

16

1
3

6

1

1
342


1
1

11

1
1

1

1
1

1

343


1

2

1

13

1

1
3

1

1
1

338


1
1

7

1
2

1
1

2

3

374


2


Rash, scarlet

Rheumatism


3
13




5


Sclerosis, cerebrospinal
Scrofula


1
16


Septicaemia

Shock


3
1




14


Spina bifida


1




ft


disease

Stillborn

Stomach, degenerat'n of

hemorrhage of . . .
inflammation of. .
ulcer of


10
78
1
1
2
1
6


Suffocation


11
3


Suicide


99,


Sunstroke


'?,


Syphilis


9,


Teething


1

1

49!


Tetanus


5


Throat distemper

sore


3
1

1
5


ulcerated

Tumor

Typhlitis


1

1

21

1


Uraemia


1


Urinary disease

Varioloid


1
1


Worms


40


Total


4595



Imperfect record, 320, making in all 4915.



NUMBER OF DEATHS AT EACH AGE.



IX



TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER OF DEATHS AT
EACH AGE FROM TO 102.



Age.


No.


Age.


No.


Age.


No.


Age.


No.


0-1,


'860


26-27,


4S


52-53,


34


78-79,


40


1-2,


273


27-28,


48


53-54,


31


79-80,


49


2-3,


147


28-29,


57


54-55,


29


80-81,


60


3-4,


109


29-30,


46


55-56,


37


81-82,


44


4-5,


80


30-31,


38


56-57,


33


82-83,


49


5-6,


61


31-32,


35


57-58,


24


83-84,


32


6-7,


47


32-33,


59


58-59,


24


84-85,


38


7-8,


38


33-34,


34


59-60,


36


85-86,


32


8-9,


33


34-35,


40


60-61,


37


86-87,


30


9-10,


28


35-36,


53


61-62,


36


87-88,


30


10-11,


30


36-37,


43


62-63,


48


88-89,


23


11-12,


27


37-38,


26


63-64,


43


89-90,


20


12-13,


16


38-39,


46


64-65,


33


90-91,


15


13-14,


19


39-40,


16


65-66,


59


91-92,


' 8


14-15,


18


40-41,


48


66-67,


48


92-93,


8


15-16,


31


41-42,


26


67-68,


44


93-94,


10


16-17,


24


42-43,


34


68-69,


53


94-95,


8


17-18,


34


43-44,


36


69-70,


58


95-96,


7


18-19.


38


44-45,


21


70-71,


63


96-97,


4


19-20,


41


45-46,


43


71-72,


40


97-98,


2


20-21,


49


46-47,


22


72-73,


67


98-99,


3


21-22,


50


47-48,


21


73-74,


43


99-100,


1


22-23,


61


48-49,


26


74-75,


50


100-101,


1


23-24,


47


49-50,


24


75-76,


66


101-102,





24-25,


54


50-51,


47


76-77,


43


102-103,


1


25-26,


58


51-52,


26


77-78,


33


Age not given, 52








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Total,


4915



Average age for whole table except 78 stillborn, 35.22.
" " omitting all under one year, 42.

" " omitting all under five years, 49.09.



Includes 78 stillborn.



ABSTRACT OF

RECORD OF DEATHS IN DEDHAM,

1844—1890.



ABBOTT.

40 Katie V. (Hogan), 5: 10: 85, peritonitis, se. 27-0-0, b. Ded., of John & Catha-
rine, N. B., Ire.
ACKER.

51 Theresa (Ross), 5:1: 68, consumption, ;e. 36-0-0, b. Germ., of Barney & ,

Germ., do.

ACORN.

54 (D. at Sharon) Lucy G. (Partridge), w. of A. G., 1 : 23 : 56, lung fever, se. 28-0-0,
b. Rockland Me.

ADAMS.

42 , 12 : 25 : 45, , se. 18-0-0, b. Ded.

11 Amos, 2: 6: 64, pneumonia, se. 35-0-0, b. Brookfield, of Jos & Piiebe.

[soldier.]
42 Ann M., 12:4: 51, liver comp., se. 40-0-0, b. Portsmouth X. H., of Ephraim

& Temperance.
30 Benj. H., 3: 31 : 76, consumption, m. 63-11-16, b. Portsmouth N. H., of Benj.

& Eliz'h T., Portsmouth N. IL, do.
54 Chas. L., 9: 28: 74, typhoid fever, se. 32-4-28, b. Boston, of Win. J. & Deborah

F., Ellsworth Me.', Ded.
29 Deborah F. (Chickering), 5:1:79, Bright's disease, ;b. 65-5-21. b. Ded., of

Jabez & Deborah D. F., Ded., Quincy.
51 Elijah H., 6: 2S: 84, aortic aneurism, se. 47-1-21, b. Ded., of Chas. & Mary J.,

Medfield, Goshen 1ST. II.
71 Eliza F., 12: 12: 57. consumption, a?. 18-2-5, b. Ded., of Horret & Eliza.
19 Emily A. (Debbins), 3:5:S6, phthisis, se. 25-0-5, b. P. E. I., of Samuel &

Eliz'h, P. E. I , Eng.
104 Hiram A., 9: 11 : 61, inflam. of lungs, se. 25-3-16, 1). Ded., of Horret & Eliza

Marlboro Vt., Ded.
34 Horatio C, 9:25:50, consumption, se. 14-1-27, b. Boston, of Win, J. &

Deborah F.
1 John, 1:2: 87, paralysis, a?. S9-11-18, b. Boston, of Thos. & Mercy, Kingston,.

Carver.
50 John G., 8: IS: 57, typhoid fever, se. 8-8-14, b. Ded., of Benj. H. & Eliz'h.
33 Laura, 1: 28: 65, scarlet fever, se. 1-5-0, b. Ded., of Elias W. & Eliz'h M.



2 DEDHAM RECORDS.

10 Mary J. (Lewis), 3: 10: 77, uterine tumor, se. 65-10-0, b. Goshen X. H., of

Seth & .

10 Nancy (Pratt), 3: 25: GO, (lis. of spine, se. G4-7-8, b. Plymouth, of Eben'r &

Hannah.
40 Robert, 4: 12: 46, neck broke by fall, se. 30-0-0, b. Eng.
30 Sarah J., 3: 3: 66, dropsy, se. 20-4-15, b. Ded., of Chas. &. Mary J.

28 Sophronia 13. (Kimball), 3: 10: 73, consumption, se. 34-0-16, b. Ded., of Theo-

dore T. & Abby S., Kennebunk Me., Ded.
50 AVm. F., 3: 31 : 45, epilepsy, se. 1-6-0.

AECHTLER.

106 Catherine C. (Jacobs), 11: 25:82, embolism, se. 24-7-18, b. Buffalo N. Y., of

Henry & Catherine, Bavaria, do.
73 Wm, S: 23: 70, teething, se. 0-9-0, b. Boston, of Wm. & Catherine, Rox.,

Buffalo N. Y.

AHLBORN.

44 Sarah J., 7 : 24 : 60, dysentery, se. 0-3-24, b. Ded., of Henry & Rebecca, Germ.,
New Brunswick N. J.

A1NS WORTH.

116 Jos. F., 10: 20: 88, marasmus, se. 64-1-20, b. Bethel Vt., of Artemas cSs Cath-
erine F., Dudley, Walpole N. H.

AKERMAN.

35 Mary A. (Saunders), 4: 8: 73, heart dis., a>. 07-2-14, b. Eng., of Samuel &
Mary, Eng., do.

A.LBERT.

95 , f>: 2: 65, , se. 0-0-1, b. Ded., d. of Jacob & Mary.

07 , 0: 6: 65, , se. 0-0-4, b. Ded., s. of Jacob & Mary.

<il Emma E., 7:16:68, bowel comp., se. 0-1-3, b. Ded., of Jacob & Mary,
Germ., do.

ALCORN.

63 Eliz'h, 8: 28: 86, old age, a>. 69-0-0, b. Scot, of Wm. & Margaret, Scot., do.

ALDEN.

29 , 4: 19: 77, — -, se. 0-0-2. b. Ded., d. of Elisha C. & S. Jennie, Ded., do.

7 , 1: 25: 78, stillborn, b. Ded., d. of Wm. H. & Amanda, Ded., Harps-
well Me.

37 Abigail, 1:24:67, old age, se. 95-0-0, b. Needham, of Samuel & Susanna,
Needham, do.

70 Amasa, 12: 7: 57, old age, se. 86-0-0, b. Need., of Silas & Margaret.

26 Francis, 3: 17: 75, old age, a?. 82-1-27, b. Needham, of Amasa & Patty D.,
Needham, Milton.

76 George, S: 25: 62, paralysis, a. 57-11-25, b. Nelson N. H., of Amasa & Martha,

19 Hannah (Eaton), 3: 6: 7S, consumption, se. 74-5-0, b. Ded., of John & Han-
nah, Ded., Canton.

<33 Leonard, 10 : 27 : 74, old age, a. 78-9-25, b. Roxbury N. H., of Amasa & Patty,
Needham, Milton.

25 Maria A. (Fenderson), 3: 17: 76, , se. 55-0-0, b. Saco Me.

14 [Patty], w. of Amasa, 9 : 8 : 46, palsy, se. 70-0-0.



ABSTRACT OF DEATHS. 3

4 Rebecca N. (Newell), 1 : 14: 56, lung fever, se. 82-10-26, b. Need., of Eben'r&

Eliz. A.
63 (D. at Newton) Roxanna, 6:2:63, consumption, se. 03-1-0, b. Newton, of

Paul & Rebecca, Newton, Needham.
13 Sarah E., w. of Francis Jr., 4: 23: 52, consumption, se. 26-1-25, b. Bolton.
112 Sarah J., 11 : 30: 01, consumption, se. 28-S-1G, b. Ded., of Francis & Sarah S.
61 SarahS. (Crehore), 9:6:00, consumption, se. 08-4-16, b. Ded, of Elisha &
Sarah.

ALDRICH.

52 Edith M., 5: 28: 81, diphtheria, se. 7-0-12, b. Ded., of Edgar E. & Georgianna

E., Millville, Northbridge.

ALEXANDER.

15 Arthur V.. 3:2: 7S, congestion of lungs, se. 0-0-10, b. Ded , of Henry R. «fc

Selina, Eng., do.
70 John, 7:2: 03, pneumonia, se. 30-0-0. [soldier.]
140 Perry C, 10: 15: 04, chronic diarrhoea, se. 24-11-0, b. Upton, [soldier.]

ALGER.

53 Mary A., 10: 22: 54, canker, se. 0-2-0, b. Ded., of David & Hannah S.

ALLEN.

48 Mrs., 9:3: 40, — , se. 00-0-0, b. Ded.
115 Addie, 3: 10: 07, hemorrhage, se. 0-0-4, b. Ded., of Augustus M. & Lydia E.,

Mansfield, Stark Me.
52 Amelia. 4:8: 07, consumption, se. 05-0-0, b. Medford.

114 Anna, 3: 10: 67, hemorrhage, se. 0-0-4, b. Ded., of Augustus M. & Lydia E.,
Mansfield, Stark Me.

31 Chas. A., 2:5: 64, typhoid fever, se. . [soldier.]

108 Edmund F. A., 9: 8: 72, cholera infantum, m. 0-5-4, b. Stoneham, of Timothy

& Sarah, Brookline, Ded.
57 Frances D. (Clapp), w. of Wm.,5: 17: 52, fit, a 1 . 22-0-0, b. Walpole, of Nathan

& .

S6 James, 4: 11 : 04, consumption, se. . [soldier.]

01 Jennie, 0:4: 89, marasmus, a-. 0-4-12, b. Boston, of & Annie, , Scot.

5S Lucretia (Barber), 7:29:80, paralysis, se. 49-0-0, b. Va., of Isaac & Ann,

Va., do.
48 Lucy M., 12: 12: 52, consumption, a?. 28-6-6, b. Ded., of Nathan & Catherine.
3 Mary, 1 : 27: 48, lung fever, se. 57-Q-0.

99 Mary G., 9: 10: 05, dysentery, a?. 0-7-15, b. Ded., of Nathan B. & Emma L.
21 Nathan, 7: 23: 50, accident, se. 66-1-10, b. Medfield, of Nathan & Miriam.
26 Sarah, 11 : 12: 46, consumption, a?. 48-0-0.
18 Sarah (Chickering), 10: 28: 65, cance r, se. 71-C-0, b. Medfield, of David&

Sarah.

92 Timothy, 4:3: 09, accident, te. 87-0-0, b. Dover, of Timothy & , Dover, do.

145 Walter F., 12: 13: 63, typhoid fever, aa. 24-6-17, b. Monmouth Me., of Daniel

& A. E., Monmouth Me., Bath Me.

ALLENSPACKER.

32 Henry, 4: 11: 76, croup, se. 2-7-0, b. Ded., of Nepomuk & Sophia, Germ., do.



4 DEDHAM RECORDS.

60 Jos. T., 7: 3: 82, bronchitis, ae. 0-0-5 wks., b. Dec!., of John N. & Sophia,

Germany, do.
05 Marie, 8: 12: 76, cholera infantum, se. 0-9-0, b. Ded., of N. & 8., Germ., do.
50 Wm., 6: 17: 73, inflam. of brain, re. 1-10-22, b. Boston, of Nepomuck &

Sophia. Germ., do.
ALLWRIGHT.

20 , 1:0: 46. , a?. 0-5-0, b. Ded., of Alfred A. & .

77 Alfred, 11 : 14: 73, consumption, re. 58-6-1, b. Eug., of & Maria, Eng., do.

91 Edw. W., 9: 13: 49, cholera infantum, re. 0-6-20, b. Ded., of Alfred & .

18 Samuel A., 2: 28: 45, , re. 1-0-0.

ALSTON.

59 Win., 5: 20: 63, inflam. of stomach, re. 41-0-0. [soldier]
AMES.
9 Ida J., 1: 16: 89, peritonitis, re. 9: 11: 25, b. W. Bridgewater, of Wm. B. &

Annie C. (Chase), W. Bridgewater, New Bedford.
17 Lewis P., 2: 21: 84. spinal meningitis, re. 0-7-2, b. Ded., of Theron B. &

Mary L., Dorcli., Mattapoisett.
12 Susan (Lewis), 2: 13: SO, paralysis of brain, se. 65-9-18, 1). Ded., of Samuel &

Ann, Ded., do.
117 Theron B., 12: 7: 90, erysipelas & pneumonia, re. 39-9-25, b. Dorch., of Wm.
& Susan (Lewis), Groton, Ded.

105 (D. at Springfield), Wm.. 5: 19: 80, heart dis.. re. 79-7-16, b. Ded., of Fisher &

Frances (Worthington), Ded., Springfield.

ANDERSON.

34 Peter, 4: 12:82, consumption, re. 45-0-1S, b. Sweden, of Andrew & Ann,

Sweden, do.
83 Robert, 4 : 1 : 64, , se. . [soldier.]

ANDREWS.

100 Caroline, 9: 30: 53, dis. of liver, re 50-0-0, b. Ded., of David & Susan E.

100 (D. at N.Y. City) David, 12: 14: 58, old age, re. 85-0-0, b. Ded., of Jas. & .

9 John, 3: 1 : 66, heart dis., re. 62-11-0, b. Ded., of Joel & Lavina.

7 Newell, 1 : 26: 64, lung fever, re. 20-0-0, b. Lis., of Jerome & . [soldier J

58 Permelia II. (Harding), 10: 14: 53, consumption, re. 25-1-4, b. Baldwin Me., of

John & Temperance.
ARNOLD.

82 Adeline, 10: 9: 57, consumption, re. 1-0-0, b. Ded., of Chas. & Adeline.
7 Arthur II., 1: 20: 86, membranous croup, re. 0-9-1, b. Ded., of Arthur II. &
Ada M., New Orleans, Warwick Neck R. I.

88 Chas. A., 6:30: 58, consumption on brain, a 1 . 0-6-0, b. Ded., of Charles &

Adeline.
34 Ellen J. (O'Bryan), 5: 4: 79, heart disease, re. 23-1-22, b. Ire., of James &

, Ire., do.

72 Minnie, 9: 14: 72, dysentery, re. 0-9-0, b. Ded., of Chas. A. & Emma, Valley

Falls R. I., Prov. R. I.

89 Minnie M., 10: 27: 76, accident, re. 1-5-23, b. Ded., of Geo. & Nellie, Prov.

R. I., Ded.

106 Roger. 12: 17: 49, , re. 40-0-0.



ABSTRACT OF DEATHS. 5

ARRIS.

11 James, 5: IS: 60, heart dis., re. 74-0-0, b. Danville Me., of Jas. & .

35 (D. at Dorch.) John, 7: 6: G2, cancer, re. 50-1-21, b. Lisbon Me., of Jas. &

Mary (Harrington), Danville Me., .

ASHCROFT.
38 , 4: 20:45, , re. 0-0-7, b. Ded., of Edw. & .

ASTIX.

13 John, 3: 22: 62, consumption, re. 28-0-0, b. Ire., of Jas. & Isabella.

ATCHKIXSOX.

45 John, 3: 25:63, lung fever, re. 35-0-0, b. Norfolk Ya., of Jesse & Hannah,


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