NJGenWeb ~ Morris County, New Jersey
NOTE: ULT refers to the previous month; INST. refers to the current month; CONSORT = wife/widow; RELICT = wife/widow
No. 2, May 31, 1798. On Sunday last at Beverwick, Mrs. Mariana Beverhoudt consort of the late Lucas Van Beverhoudt, She was a kind and endearing mother, a virtuous and amiable woman.
No. 5 June 21, 1798. In this Town, on Monday last, of a lingering illness Mrs. M'Carty, consort of Mr. Francis M'Carty of Rockaway
No. 11, Aug. 2, 1798. On Thursday the 19th inst. at East Hampton, on Long Island, the Rev. Dr. Samuel Buell in the 82d year of his age, etc.
No. 14, Aug. 23, 1798, in This town, on Friday last, Mrs. Sarah Dickerson relict of Capt. Peter Dickerson, in the 69th year of her age.
No. 15, Aug. 30, 1798. Early this morning, Mrs. De Wint consort of Mr. Christian De Wint, of this town, etc.
No. 16, Sept. 6, 1798. In New York, on Sunday morning June 24 last, Melancton Smith, in the 55th year of his age, etc.
No. 19, Sept. 27, 1798. In this town, on the 12th inst. Rebecca Primrose in the 80th year of her age, relict of Henry Primrose.
No. 29, Dec. 6, 1798. In this town on Saturday morning last of a lingering illness, Mr. Abner Canfield, at the age of 29 years, etc.
No. 48, April 18, 1799, In this town on Tuesday last, Mr. Samuel Ward aged 75.
No. 100, April 17, 1800. Last evening, in this town, Mrs. Ruth Hathaway consort of Co. B. Hathaway.
No. 100, June 12, 1800. In the vicinity of this town, on Saturday evening last, Mr. John Scott at a very advanced age (aged 87)
No. 112, July 10, 1800. On Tuesday the 24th ult. near Flemington, Col. Charles Stewart, Commissary General of Issues, for the American Army during the revolutionary war, and since a member of Congress for the State of New Jersey.
No. 115, July 31, 1800. In this Town, about 8 O'Clock this morning of the dysentery, William Tuttle, in the 13th year of his ago, etc, son of Mr. William Tuttle.
No. 119, Aug. 25, 1800. On the 27th of July last of the Yellow Fever, in the West Indies, Mr. Richard Carmichael, son of Alexander Carmichael, Esquire of this place.
No. 127, Oct. 23, 1800. Elizabeth Alward, in this township, on Friday evening 1ast.
132, Nov. 27, 1800. On the 14th Inst. at Black River, of a lingering illness C. Victor King. Etc. (left wife and family of children)
No. 141, Jan. 29, 1801. Last evening, in this Town, Mr. Moses Force
No. 149, March 26, 1801, on Sunday night last, at Troy, Dr. Joseph Parrot.
No. 155, May 7, 1801, on Thursday last, near this town, Mr. Archibald Ferris, aged 21 years.
No. 156, May 14, 1801. On Monday, the 26th ult. near Black River, Chester township, Mr. Benjamin Horton, aged 56 years, after a short but severe illness.
No. 161, June 18, 1801, Yesterday morning, in this town, after an indisposition of some months, Col. William D'Hart, an Officer in the late American Revolutionary Army, and a Gentlemen of the Bar, for many years a resident of this place.
No. 140, Jan. 22, 1801. at New York, on Friday, the 9th Inst. Mrs. Margaret V. Faugeres, in the 20th year of her age, and on Saturday her remains, attended by her relatives and friends, were deposited in the burving ground of the Bowery Methodist Church, beside the grave of her father, the late John Bleeker, deceased. Obituarv)
No. 173, Sept. 10, 1801. On the 31st ult. at Bloomfield, In this state Mrs. Mary Davis, wife of Cornelius Davis, bookseller of New York.
No. 174, Sept. 17, 1801. On Sunday morning last, in Hanover, Mr. Noah Vail, much and deservedlv lamented by a numerous train of connections friends.
No. 175, Sept. 24, 1801. On Saturday morning last, in New York, in the prime of life, Mr. Stephen Jackson son of Stephen Esquire of Rockaway. We cannot but mingle with the parents and relatives of the deceased a tear of sympathy and condolence on this peculiarly distressing bereavement. Added to agreeable manners and an amiable disposition, he possessed genius and talents, which held forth a bright prospect of rendering him both useful and ornamental to society.
No. 176, Oct. 1801, On Friday last in this town, of a lingering illness Mr. John T. Howell, in the 47th year of his age.
No. 177, Oct. 8, 1801. At Hanover, in this county on Monday evening, the 28th ult. Mrs. Gummerson, with all the symptoms of the ye1low fever prevailing in New York, having returned from a visit in that city on the Wednesday preceding.
No. 179, Oct 23, 1801. On the 27th ult. at Long Hill, this county, in the bloom of youth, Miss Fanny Cooper.
No. 181, Nov. 6, 1801. On Wednesday evening last, near this town, Mr. David Pierson, Sen. in the 48th year of his age.
No. 184, Nov. 27, 1801. At Newark, on Saturday evening last, William Peartree Smith, one of the judges of the Interior Court of the county Essex.
No. 185, Dec. 4, 1801, In Littleton, on Monday the 30th ult. Mr. Jacob Vail, only son of Henry Vail, aged 21.
(185) On the evening of the same at Pompton, Mrs. Colefax, wife of Robert Colefax, Esq.
No. 187, Dec. 10, 1801. Very suddenly on Monday morning last, near this town, Mr. Enock Conger, Senior, aged 59 years.
No. 188, Dec. 25, 1801. Near this town on Wednesday morning last, Mr. Phillip Condict, in the 95th year of her age.
No. 191, Jan. 15, 1802. At the City of Bur1ington, on Monday the 4th, James Kinsey, Esq. L.L.D. and Chief Justice of the State of New Jersey in the 70th year of his age.
No. 193, Jan. 29, 1802, Yesterday morning, near this town, Mr. Zophar Hathaway, in the 45th year of his age.
No. 194, Feb. 5, 1802. Suddenly, on Friday last, of the infirmities old age, Mr. Samuel Roberts, E.56. one of the first settlers of this town; a man who had for a great number of years been one of the pillars of the Church, and one of our most useful and active members of society. For a number of years past he has been confined to his room, and as it were, buried from the world; His views were borne above it, and he died as he had lived, with entire resignation to the will of Providence. He breakfasted with the family in the morning, as usual, and within one hour from then, when any alteration was perceived in him, he was a corpse.
Suddenly on Tuesday last, near this town, of an apoplexy, Mr. Prudden, aged 34. This young man united in himself all the qualifications which could render him a useful member of society in all his dealings -temperate, sober, and industrious, in his pursuit kind and charitable to his neighbors, he had deservedly acquired esteem of all around him, and to crown all, he had at an early life, become a professor of the Christian religion, and was an? to the church. He has left a widow and five young children, and circle of relatives to mourn his loss.
196, Feb. 19, 1802. Yesterday at Littletown, Mr. John Vail by his death, society are deprived of a truly useful and valuable member.
201, March 26, 1802. On monday morning last, at Bottlehill, Mr. John Muchmore, an aged and respectable inhabitant of that place.
202, April 2, 1802. A few days since in the bloom of life, Mr. Elisha Alward son of Mr. Benjamin Alward, near Stony Hill, with a blow which he received in his breast from a horse. He was a young man of exemplary industry, strict punctuality, and inflecible integrity; and his untimely death, tho' more acutely felt by his immediate relations and friends, will be sincerely regretted by all who knew him.
No. 208, May 14, 1802. Near this town on Monday last, Mrs. Phebe Bridge consort of Mr. Kitchel Bridge, in the 23d year of her age.
No. 211, June 4, 1802, at Mount Vernon, on Saturday the 22d ult. age 71 years, Mrs. Martha Washington, relict of the late illustrious Gen. Washington.
No. 219, July 30, 1802. At Burlington, July 15th. William Brown, a day laborer (killed by a cannon shot, - left wife & 4 small children.
No. 220, Aug. 6, 1802, In Paris, Citizen Dolmieu, Professor of Mineralogy in the Museum of Natural History; famous for his sufferings in prison. He left behind him a most interesting work, nearly completed on the Philosophy of Mineralogy. It written during his confinement. The black created by the smoke of his lamp, diluted with water, served him for ink; his pen was a small bone, which with infinite labor, he ground on the flag stones of his cell; and the greater part of the work was transcribed on the margin, and between the lines of a few books they allowed him to keep. Some extracts from this work have appeared in the Miners Journal. It is to be regretted that the author did not live to finish it, as he intended to introduce a new classification into the science, and to improve the ancient nomenclature.
No. 221, Aug. 15, 1802. Last evening, at Newark, after several days illness of the dysentery, Mister David Stiles, son of Mrs. Sarah Stiles of this town. (obituary)
No. 222, Aug. 20, 1802. On the 17th ult. at Aux - Cayes, Bartholomew Dandridge, Esq., Consul for the United States. &c. &o.
No. 236, Nov. 26 1802, at Connecticut Farms, Mrs. Rachael Thompson aged 69 years; and on the 3d. inst. Mr. Thomas Thompson, husband of the above deceased, in the 91st year of his age. ***He had 15 children two wives, and 77 grand children, 167 great grand children, and 20 of the 5th generation. (Newark Gazette)
No. 238, Dec. 10, 1802. Lately at his farm in Kingwood, Col. Aaron Dunham, formerly supervisor of the district of New Jersey.
No. 239, Dec. 17, 1802. On Wednesday evening last, in this town, Mrs. Harriet Ford, relict of the late Col. Chilion Ford, age 31 years. (obit.)
No. 241 Dec. 31, 1802 The 13th inst. at Florida - state of New York, the Rev. John Joline, a faithful minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a native of Elizabeth-Town.
No. 243 Jan. 12, 1803 On Tuesday morning last, near this town, consort of Monsieur Lamesle late from Guadaloupe
No. 244 Jan. 21, 1803 This morning, after a short but painful illness Mr. Aaron Pierson, a worthy and respectable inhabitant of this town, leaving a disconsolate partner, and a numerous circle of relatives and friends to lament their loss.
No. 245 Jan. 28, 1803. On Wednesday last a child of Daniel Tunis
No, 247, Feb. 11, 1803, On Monday last, near this town, Mr. Solomon Munson, aged 78 years.
No. 248. Feb. 18, 1803. Very suddenly, on Tuesday last, at Bottlehill, Miss Elizabeth Thompson, daughter of Mr. Benjamin Thompson of that place aged 18 years.
No. 249, Feb. 25, 1803, on Saturday the 12th inst. Mr. Joshua Lambert aged 73.
No. 250, March 4, 1803, this morning, in this town, Capt. Timothy Mills in the 85th year of this age.
No. 253, March 25, 1803, on Thursday the 10th inst. at Springfield, Mr. Charles Farr, formerly an inhabitant of Hanover.
No. 255, April 5, 1803, at New Ipewich, two small children of Mr. D. Bigelow, drunk a lot of rum.
No. 257, April 22, 1803. On Saturday morning last, Mr. Christian De Wint near Parsippany.
No. 258, April 29, 1803. Suddenly, on Saturday morning last, Mrs. Jerusha Wood, consort of Mr. Jonathan Wood, age 75 years.
No. 260, May 13, 1803, Near this town, on Saturday morning last, Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold, consort of Col. Jacob Arnold, AE, 50. She was exemplary in every relative duty, and a professor of Christianity, the benign and cheerful influence of which she manifested in all her deportment.
N. 261, May 20, 1803. Lately, at Mendham, Mr. James Wells
No. 267, July 1, 1803. At Whatnung Plains on Wednesday last Mrs. Jane Wyck, AE, 26.
No. 276, Sept. 2, 1803. On Tuesday last at Hanover, Mr. Benjamin Green of the Yellow Fever, which he had taken in New York.
No. 283, Oct. 21, 1803 On Monday the 10th inst. at Troy, Morris County in the 19th year of his age, after a short illness, Caleb Smith, oldest son of Col. Hiram Smith of that place. A young man eminently distinguished for his exemplary conduct and conversation, and deservedly esteemed and beloved for his pleasing manners and many amiable virtues, by a numerous family and extenstive circle of acquaintance. In his death his parents sustained an irreparable loss, and society is deprived of a youth who fair to become one its brightest ornaments. (Newark Sentinel)
No. 289, Dec. 2, 1803. On Sunday evening last, at Newark, Col. Samuel Deputy Post Master of that town, in the 65th year of his age.
No. 293, Dec. 30, 1803. On Saturday last at Mendham, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Eliza Hampton, wife of Dr. William Hampton, in the 22d of her age. As a daughter she was dutiful and tender as a sister affectionate as a wife, kind and endearing; and as a christian her piety calm resignation to the decrees of Heaven evinced her hope in religion and future happiness.
No. 296, Jan. 20, 1804. On Monday morning last, Mrs. Stiles, consort of Jonathan Stiles, Esq. of New Vernon.
No. 300, Feb. 17, 1804. At New York, on Sunday last, Mrs. Margaret Ogden wife of Mr. Albert Ogden, formerly of this town. She possessed in an eminent degree, those amiable qualities which adorn the human character, which secured to her the love and esteem of a numerous circle of relatives and friends, who will long hold her memory in mournful rememberance, and heave a sympathetic sigh at her untimely fate.
No. 307 April 6, 1804. Last week, at Mount Kemble, near this place, Mrs. Elizabeth Kemble AE., 90, relict of the late Peter Kemble, Esq.
No. 309 April 20, 1804. On the morning of the 12th inst. at his residence in Salem, Col. William Barrett, member of the Legislative Council for Salem County.
No. 310, April 27, 1804. On the morning of the 12th inst. at his residence in Salem, Col. William Parrett, member of the Legislative-Council for Salem County.
No. 311, May 4, 1804. At Monticello, on the 3d ult. Mrs. Eppes, daughter of Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States.
No. 312 is missing. No. 313 O. Nos. 314, missing No. 3l5, = 0
No. 316, June 7, 1804. At Littleton, on Monday morning last, Mrs. Gard, wife of Mr. Joseph Gard, aged 40 years.
No. 317, June 14, 1804. At Newark, on Thursday last, Mrs. Rachel Boudinot, consort of the Hon. Elisha Boudinot, Esq.
Nos. 318, 319, 320 = 0.
No. 321, July 12, 1804. On Friday morning last, of the consumption, Miss (Mary) Ball, daughter of Mr. Jacob Ball, of Hanover, aged 14 years.
Nos. 322, 323 = 0.
No. 324, Aug. 2, 1804. At Parsippany on Monday last, Mrs. Mehetabel Darby of that place.
No. 325, Aug. 9, 1804. On the 1st inst. Mr. Elijah Brown, Aet. 78.
No. 326 = 0.
No. 327, Auq 23, 1804. Last evening, at Malapardus, Mr. Daniel Carmichael a respectable inhabitant of that place, aged 64.
Nos. 328, 329 = 0.
Nos. 330, Sept. 13, 1804. At Philadelphia, Rev. John Blair Linn.
No. 331 = 0.
No. 332, Sept. 27, 1804. In this town, on Tuesday last, at noon, Mrs. Phebe Pierson, consort of Dr. Ebenezer H. Pierson in the year of her age. She had been for several weeks in a state of decline. Her suavity of manners, intelligent mind, and native benevolence of heart, had justly acquired her the esteem of all her acquaintance; and, when recollected, will but add to the already heart rending grief of an affectionate husband and bereft children.
No. 333, Oct. 4, 1804, This morning, at New Vernon, Mr. Joseph Fairchild, Aet. 80.
No. 334, Oct. 11, 1804. On Saturday the 29th ult. near Baskingridge, Col. (Reuben) Ferris. Aet. 72.
No. 335, 336, 337, 338, 339 = 0.
No. 340. Nov. 22, 1804. At Newark, on Friday, in the 19th year of his age, Mr. Thomas Ward, son of Col. Thomas Ward.
No. 241 = 0.
No. 342, Dec. 6, 1804. In this town, last Thursday evening, of a consumption, Miss Susan Emmel, daughter of Mr. George Emmel. Aet. 21 (obituary)
No. 343, 344 = 0.
No. 345. Dec. 27, 1804. At Woodbridge, on the afternoon of Friday last, Mrs. Charlotte Ayres, wife of Mr. Asher Ayres of that place. Truly affecting and melancholy was the manner of her death; while standing before the glass combing her hair, she fainted, and fell down, and in less than twenty minutes, expired.
Nos. 346, 347, 348 = 0.
No. 349. Jan 24, 1805. Yesterday, at the house of Mr. Recompense Stanbery, in this town, Monsieur Delisle Dupres, aged 38 years, lately from the West Indies.
No. 350, Jan. 31, 1805. Died, on his farm near this city (Trenton) the 12th ult. of a painful illness, which he bore with becoming fortitude, and resignation, General Joseph Brearley, in the 93rd year of his age.
No. 351, 352, 353, 354 = 0.
No. 355, March 7, 1805. On Monday evening last, near this town, Mr. William Woodruff, Aet. 55.
No. 356 = 0.
No. 357. March 21, 1805. On the 8th inst. in the 66th year of his age, at Middletown in the county of Monmouth, Joseph Stillwell, Esq. one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, and one of the Justices of the Peace, of that county.
Nos. 358, 359 = 0.
No. 360. April 11, 1805, At Sparta, Sussex County, on Sunday, the 3lst ult. Major Elias Ogden, of that place.
No. 361, April 18, 1805. At N. York, week before last, aged 80. the widow of the late Major General Lord Stirling.
Nos. 362, 363, 364 = 0. 365, 366 are missing. 367 = 0.
No. 368. June 6, 1805. On Thursday the 23rd ult. Mr. Jacob Ogden, near this town.
No. 369, June 13, 1805. Suddenly on Saturday night last, with a fit of the asthma, Caleb Russell, Esq. Clerk of the County of Morris, Aet. 56.
No. 370. June 20, 1805. Near this town, last Sunday evening, Mr. Samuel Mills. Aet. 84.
In Bath, (Eng.) the Hon. Thomas Pownall, formerly governor of New Jersey. Thomas Pownall was governor of Massachusetts in 1757.
Nos. 371, 372, 373,374, 375, 376 = 0.
No. 377. Aug. 8, 1805. On Tuesday the 30th ult. at Hacksensack, Bergen county, Col. Nehemiah Wade, formerly Clark of that county, in the 46th year of his age.
No. 378, Aug 15, 1805. On Monday last, Jacob Foster of Lyons Farm, put a period to his mortal existence, by hanging himself.
No. 379. Aug 22, 1805. Of a lingering illness on Friday last, at the house of Dr. Dunham, in New Brunswick, Mr. Theodorus Tuthill, of this town aged 44 years.
No. 381. Sept 5, 1805. On the 30th ult. a child of Mr. Stephen Vail, aged 2 years.
No. 382, Sept. 12, 1805. At New York, on Sunday last, with the epidemic prevailing in that city, Mr. Paul R. Johnson, son of Richard Johnson, Esq. of this town.
No. 383. Sept. 19, 1805. On Sunday last, Mrs. Jane Pierson, relict of Elijah Pierson, dec. aet. 87.
No. 385. Oct. 3, 1805. Of the yellow fever, on Friday morning last, at the house of Mr. David Mills, in this town, Mr. Daniel B. Fletcher, lately from New York, aged 29 years.
No. 386, Oct. 10, 1805. In this town, yesterday morning, Caesar Dumanine Gachet, a native of Guadaloupe, aged 25 years. He has left a wife and one child, to lament his death.
No. 387. Oct. 17, 1805. At Hanover on Wednesday of last week, Mr. Daniel Tuttle in the 82d year of his age.
No. 389, Oct. 31, 1805. On Sunday last, near this town, Madame Boisobin, consort of Monsieur Vincent Boisobin Beauplan, aged 33 years, etc. (obituary) She left a large family of small children.
No. 395. Dec. 12, 1805. On Tuesday evening last, at Parsippany, Dr. John Darby, an aged and respectable inhabitant of that place.
No. 396. Dec. 19, 1805. On Tuesday morning last, at Troy, of a lingering illness, John Cobb, Esq. one of the Judges of the court of Common Pleas, for the county of Morris.
No. 397. Dec. 26, 1805. On Monday last, of a rose cancer, at the house of Mr. Seth Gregory, on Morris Plains, Mrs. Loies Ames, wife of Mr. Levi Ames, aged 51 years.
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