Miscellaneous Newspaper Excerpts
(As extracted from Genealogy Bank)
Source: Boston Evening Post - Massachusetts
Dated: May 2, 1774
- Mr. Robert Love, aged 77
- Mr. Daniel Furzur, Surgeon of His
Majesty's Schooner, Halifax.
- Mr. Wall, Taylor
- Mrs. Fessenden
- Mrs. Gill, Consort of Mr. Jacob
- Mrs. Gatty, aged 77, Widow of Capt. Gatty,
- Mr. Hewitson, Lieutenant of Marines on board his
Majesty's Ship Captain.
- Daniel Woodward aged 18, Apprentice to Mr. Waterman, Cooper.
On Friday Morning April 22d, departed this Life, in the 50th
year of her age, Mrs. Mary Bridgham, the amiable Consort
of the Rev. Mr. James Bridgham, of Brimfield.
Mrs. Bridgham was a Person of superior
understanding and discernment, of a sweet obliging natural
disposition, which being improved by eminent degrees of divine
Grace, engaged the love and esteem of all her Acquaintances.
The particular Relations which she sustained of a Wife,
a Mother, a Mistress, a Neighbour and a Friend, she discharged
with a Grace and Propriety that is hardly to be equalled "she
opened her Mouth with Wisdom, and in her Tongue was the law of
Kindness." At __greatest remove from all appearance of
Vanity and Ostentation, she was in illustrious example of
Modesty and Humbleness of mind. Her "adorning was not that
outward adorning of plating the Hair, and of wearing of Gold,
and of putting on of Apparel, but the hidden Man of the Heart,
even the ornament of the meek and quiet Spirit." - Her last
Sickness which was long and distressing, she bore with
remarkable Christian Patience appeared to be, by the Faith of
the Son of God," so her latter End was Peace, she finished
her course with Joy, in confident hope of a glorious
Immortality. - The Monday following, she was carried into the
Meeting-house at Brimfield, where an excellent Sermon was
preached by the Rev. Mr. Ephraim Ward of Brookfield, from
Philippians' the first Chapter, 21st verse "For me to live is
Christ, and to die is Gain," after which she was interred in the
Burial Place there.
Daughters of Eve, -
Feel with what Force the bright Example shines,
She was, what you should be -
Source: Boston Post-Boy - Massachusetts
Dated: May 2, 1774
Source: Boston Evening Transport - Massachusetts
Dated: Aug. 4, 1846
In this city, 29th ult.
Theodore, only son of Mr. Josiah ELLENWOOD, 6 mos.
Yesterday afternoon, of
consumption, Henry DAVIS, Jr. 22, eldest son of Mr.
Aug. 1, Amelia E., only child
of John F. and Elizabeth BROWN, 3 1/2 mos.
Wm. Henry JOHNSON, youngest
child of John A. JOHNSON, 11 mos.
At Charlestown, on Monday afternoon, Charle Edwin,
son of Alfred B. and Abby J. HALL, 5 yrs. and 4 1/2 mos.,
Aug. 4, Cornelia FESSENDEN, daughter of Cha's F. and
Sarah B. JONES, 6 yrs.
At Roxbury, on Saturday, Samuel PERKINS, 75,
till within a few years a resident of Boston.
At Dorchester, July 30th, John IGNATIUS only
child of Capt. John WHITE.
At Dorchester, Elijah BLAKE
youngest child of Theophilus C. CLAPP, 2 yrs. 3 mos.
At Lexington, 29th ult., Levi HARRINGTON, Esq.,
At Fitchburg, Mr. Frederic HOY, of Charlestown,
At Augusta, Me., July 28,Henry LELAND, formerly
of Templeton, Mass, 22.
At Hallowell, Me., Emeline, daughter of Capt.
Andrew Brown, 16.
At Harford, Ct., 31st ult.
Mr. George RISLEY, 63, a soldier of the revolution.
At New York, 2d inst. Nathaniel BOSWORTH, Civil
and Military Engineer, a native of Massachusetts.
At Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 3d, Anna ROLLINS,
eldest daughter of Rev. F. A. FARLEY, 9 1/2 yrs.
At Louisville, Ky., 24th ult. (at
the residence of Dr. COBB) suddenly, of apoplexy.
Mrs. Isabella BOURNE, 48, daughter of the late Nahum
MORRILL, of Wells, Me.
At the U. S. Barracks, Baton Rouge, La., 4th of July,
Arthur De Noon, second son of Capt. O. CROSS,
U. S. Army, 6 yrs.
At River du Loup, District of Three
Rivers, Candada, Mr. Francis PAILLE, the oldest and one
of the most respecable cultivators of the parish, 94.
At Panella, March 1st, 1845, on board whaling ship
Triton, Mr. John MORSE, of Boston, 28.
Source: Daily Atlas - Massachusetts
Dated: Sep. 3, 1845
In this city, on 30th ult. William B. ADAMS, Esq.,
55, a native of New Jersey.
At Milton, 31st ut., Mrs. Susanna, relict of the late
Chas. PIERCE, aged 50
At Lynn 30th ult., Cornelia Elizabeth,
daughter of Otis and Virginia Johnson, 6 weeks.
At Worcester, 28th ult., Miss Elizabeth
WALDO, 79, sister of the late Hon. Daniel
At Portland, 31st ult., Sohpia Ostinelli?,
daughter of the late Jas. HEWITT, Esq.,
of New York.
At Freeport, Me., 25th ult., Nathan Nye,
son of Mr. Elisha P. CUTLER of Boston, 3 yrs.
At Fairfield, Vt., 13th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth
PUTNAM, daughter of the late Joseph PIERCE, Esq.,
of this city.
At York, New York, 21st ult., Mr. Ebenezer DEAN,
a native of Raynham, Mass., 81.
Source: Springfield Republican - Massachusetts
Dated: Oct. 27, 1860
In this city, 23d, by
H. C. Lee, Esq., city clerk, Albert GATES of Wilbraham, and
Mary HAYES of New York; 24th, George H. MELLEN and Martha
RICE of Greenfield; 24th, Madison E. WILLEY and Mary A.
KING; 25th, by Rev. J. Drummond, Edward L. ALLEN of East
Granby, and Jennie C. WELLS of Northampton.
At North Adams, 21st, J. W. P. Buck and Angelia BOWEN; 19th
Henry HOFFMASTER and Elizabeth BUCHAN.
At Pittsfield, 16th, Leonard D. F. THAYER of Clarksburg, and
Frances E. Brooks of Stamford, Vt.; 27th, H. F. RICHARDS and
Clara A. LAWRENCE.
Hadley Falls, 24th, by Rev. Henry MILLS, Frank W. HAZLEWOOD
and Emily F. GOODMAN.
Brimfield, 23d, by Rev. S. S. SMITH of Warren, Lorenzo
ROGERS of Palmer, and Ellen M. BURBANK of Brimfield.
At Westfield, 17th, by Rev. J. S. BINGHAM, Frederick C.
CURTIS and Carrie L. LYMAN
In this city, 24th, Amy B. WOOD, 70
from her late residence, 24 Charles street, at half past one
o'clock this afternoon.
Warren, 25th, Daniel T. HITCHCOCK, 38.
at his late residence in Warren, Saturday, at 10 o'clock
At Lanesboro, 19th, Amy
Ann, 28, wife of George GOVE.
South Brigton, Me., 30th ult., Sarah, 78, widow of Gen. John
At Franklin, Wis., 23d
ult., Hiram C., 15, son of N. E. BREWER, formerly of
Wis., 13th, Eddie, infant son of H. H. PHETTYPLACE.
At Cummington, 26th, Augusta V. PACKARD, 29, wife of Henry
At Waltham, 23d, Dr.
Charles Dana DAWSE.
North Adams, 23d, a son to Homer A. SMITH; 19th, a daughter
to Charles MARSH, conductor on the Pittsfield and North
BLISS & HAWES, on West State street, have some fine celery
Prof. YOUNG, a great
"American magician,' will discourse ventriloquism at Music
Hall next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Mrs. Henry TINKHAM, on Water street, who was so severely
burned by the fluid lamp explosion, on Monday evening, is
getting better of her injuries and will probably recover.
The prizes for the best shooting by the members of the
National Horse Guards, at their target excursion last week,
have been awarded to the successful competitors as follows:
First, a heavy silver pitcher, to sergent George R. VINING;
Second, a silver goblet, to private H. C. TAFT;
Third, a silver cigar holder, to sergeant C. H. HUBBARD;
Fourth, a silver goblet to private C. L. BAILEY;
Fifth, a silver saltcellar, to sergeant Sylvester ASHLEY;
Sixth, a bronze cigar duster, to private W. N. STACY.