NOTE: ULT refers to the previous month; INST. refers to the current month; CONSORT = wife/widow; RELICT = wife/widow
No. 398. Jan. 2, 1806. On Monday last, very suddenly, Mr. Samuel Morrison, of this town. Aet. 52.
No. 399. Jan. 9, 1806. Yesterday morning a child of Mr. James Rogers of this town.
400. Jan. 16, 1806. This morning in this town, Mr. Elijah Sneden, Aet. 52.
No. 402. Jan. 30, 1806. In this town, on Thursday night last, much regretted by a numerous circle of relatives and friends, Mrs. Sarah Campfield, consort of Jahez Campfield, Esquire, Aet. 65.
Nos. 403, 404, 405, = 0., 407 is missing, No. 408=0. 406 See next page.
No. 409, March 20, 1806. Suddenly, at Trenton, on the 28th ult. Mr. Joseph Milnor, merchant of that place. Aet. 60.
No. 413, April 17, 1806. Last evening in Hanover, Mr. Robert Forrest.
Nos. 414, 415?(torn) 416=0. 417 is missing.
No. 418, May 22, 1806. At Philadelphia, in the 72d year of his age, Robert Morris, Esq. The important services which distinguished the private and public conduct of this gentleman thro' out the American Revolution were such as obtain the confidence and gratitude of his country.
No. 419, May 29, 1806. On Thursday the 1st of May inst. in the 43d year of her age, Mrs. Huldah Smith, wife of Peter Smith, Esq. of Pleasant Valley, Sussex County, N.J. of whom it may be justly said, her failings were few and her virtues many. She was an endearing wife, a tender mother, and a woman of piety and industry.
No. 422. June 19, 1806. At Sommers (Conn.) the 27th ult. the widow Mary Sexton, in the 91st year of her age.
No. 423. June 26, 1806, on Sunday afternoon last, in this town, of a lingering consumption, Mr. Jacob F. Lewis, a native of this place, and lately a merchant of New York. &c, &c,
No. 424. July 3, 1806. On Wednesday, 25th inst. Miss Jane Tichenor of Troy.
No. 425. July 10, 1806. At Norwalk (Conn.) on Monday, the 30 ult. very suddenly, the Rev. Matthias Burnett, D.D. a native of this county, aged 60 years.
No. 429. Aug 7, 1806. At Suckasunny, on Friday eveing, the 1st inst. after a short illness, Miss Melinda Chidenter, aged 25 years, &c, & c,
No. 432, Aug. 28, 1806. Of a lingering illness, on Thursday, the 14th inst. at the house of Mr. Samuel Halliday, in this town, Mr. Richard Horton, aged 22 years.
No. 435. Sept. 18, 1806. On Tuesday night, the 9th inst. at the mansion-house of Stephen Van Rensslaer, Esq. Albany, of a lingering illness, which he bore with becoming fortitude and resignation, the Hon. William Paterson, one of the Associate Judges of the Supreme Court of the U. States, &c, &c.
No. 437. Oct 2, 1806. On Saturday last, near this town, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. Sarah Johnson, wife of Mr. Timothy Johnson.
No. 438. Oct. 9, 1806. On Sunday last, at his residence at New Vernon, after a few days illness, Jonathan Stiles, Esq. a worthy, useful and long respected inhabitant of that place.
No. 406, Feb. 27, 1806. The beginning of the last week, at the Irish Lot, Miss Isabella Kearney. (Copied from the file of the American Antiquarian Society, of Worcester, Mass.)
No. 440. Oct. 23, 1806. Near New Haven, (Con.) Mr. Joseph Frith, member of the sen. class of Yale College, Aet. 18. killed while hunting.
No. 442. Nov. 6, 1806. On Thursday night last, Mr. George O'Hara, of this town.
No. 443. Nov. 13, 1806, at New York, on Friday, the 31st ult. of a typhus Fever, after an illness of 21 days Master Joseph Martin Green, eldest son of Timothy Green, Esq. of that city, - aged 10 years.
No. 444. Nov. 20, 1806. At Elizabeth Town, New Jersey, on Thursday the 6th inst. in the 42d year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth Dayton, wife of Elias B. Dayton, Esq.
No. 446. Dec. 4, 1806. On Monday night last, a child of Mr. Timothy Lewis, of this town.
No. 447. Dec. 11, 1806. On Monday last, at Parsippany, Dr. Henry W. Darche, of the dropsy.
No. 449. Dec. 25, 1806. On Monday last, Mrs. Keziah Morris, relict of John Morris, deceased, aged 52.
No. 451. Jan. 8, 1807. On Wednesday night, the 31st ult. near this town, Mrs. Sally Ludlow, wife of Mr. Drake Ludlow. Aet. 23 years.
No. 452. Jan. 15, 1807. Last week, in Mendham, Mr. James Corey.
No. 455. Feb. 5, 1807. Last Thursday evening, at Green Village, Mr. Isaac Miller, Jun. from the upsetting of a wagon.
No. 456. Feb. 12, 1807. On Wednesday, the 25th inst. at Hanover, Mr. George Foltrenhouse.
No. 457. Feb. 19, 1807. On Saturday night last, Mrs. Elizabeth Hathaway, relict of Mr. David Hathaway, lately deceased, aged 17 years. (Combined Register says 27.)
No. 458. Feb. 26, 1807. On Friday morning last, Mr. Jonathan Bigelow, aged 52.
No. 460, March 12, 1807. Very suddenly, on Sunday the 22d ult. at Roxbury, Mr. James Haines. Aet. 72.
No. 461. March 19, 1807. At Mendham, on the 7th inst. Mrs. Jemima Lum, having almost completed the 90th year of her age. &c. &c.
No. 463. April 2, 1807. On Thursday morning last, in New York, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, wife of Doct. Stevens J. Lewis, and daughter of Dr. Gardiner Jones.
No. 465. April 16, 1807. In this town, on Tuesday night last, of a lingering consumption, Mrs. Phebe Cook, aged 19.
No. 467. April 30, 1807. On Friday the 17th inst. in this town. Mr. Sylvanus Johnson, aged 61 years.
No. 468. May 7, 1807. At New Milford, Bergen County, on Friday, the 1st inst. Walter D. Nicoll, Esq. in the 36th year of his age.
No. 471. May 28, 1807. In Hanover, at the house of Henry Vail, on Tuesday the 26th inst. Thomas Vail, of the Society of Friends, in his 87th year. (a ghastly account of the ravages of a cancer) Buried in the Friends' burying ground near Suckasunny Plains.
No. 473. June 11, 1807. On Saturday, the 30th ult. at Calais, Mrs. June Brown, relict of the late William, in the 85th year of her age.
No. 474. June 18, 1807. At Rockaway, New Jersey, on the 10th inst. after a long and painful illness, which she bore &c. &c. Betsey Platt Jackson, wife of Col. Joseph Jackson, in the 34th year of her age; leaving an affectionate husband and three small children to lament her departure, &c.
No. 475. June 25, 1807. At Little Town, on Sunday morning last, Mr. John Johnson. Aet. 44 years.
No. 476. At Pompey, Onondaga County, State of New York, on the 8th inst. after a short illness, Mr. Thomas Lewis Poore, aged 25 years, respected by all who knew him.
No. 479. July 23, 1807. Lately, near White Plains (N.Y.) after a few months illness, Mr. Samuel Degroove, formerly a student of Warren Academy. (obit.)
No. 480. July 30, 1807. On the 21st instant, at his place in Troy, Morris County, in the 74th year of his age, Mr. Ebenezer Farrand, of a long and lingering illness, which he bore with the patience and fortitude of a good man. (Obituary)
No. 481. Aug. 6, 1807. At Hanover, on Sunday last, Mrs. Alling consort of General Prudden Alling, of that place. (obituary)
No. 482, Aug. 13, 1807. On Saturday last, in this town, Mr. Nathan Reeves Aet. 62.
No. 485. Sept. 3, 1807. Suddenly, on Saturday morning last, the Hon. Isaac Smith, Esquire, in the 72d year of his age. - late President of the Bank of Trenton.
No. 487. Sept. 17, 1807. On Sunday last, near this town, Miss Juliana Halsey, daughter of Capt. Joseph Halsey, aged 19 years.
No. 488. Sept. 24, 1807. In this town, on Saturday morning last, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. Sophia Lewis, wife of Timothy J. Lewis, and daughter of the Rev. Nathan Woodhull, of Newtown, Long Island, in the 22d year of her age. (obituary)
No. 489. Oct. 1, 1807. On the 21st ult. at Flanders, Master James Stimson, in the 15th year of his age.
No. 492. Oct. 22, 1807. A short time since, at Worcester (Mass.), Mr. Isaac Green, lately of N. York.
No. 493. Oct. 29, 1807. On Thursday morning lest, at Elizabeth Town, in the 71st year of his age, General Elias Dayton, late President of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of New Jersey.
No. 495. Nov. 12, 1807. On Monday morning last, in this town, Gen. Prudden Alling, formerly of Hanover.
No. 496. Nov. 19, 1807. A short time since, at Pittsburgh (Penn.) while on his way, with his family, to the state of Ohio, the Rev. William Van Horne, late Minister of the Baptist Church at Scotch Plains, in this, - and occasionally the Pastor of the Baptist Congregation in & near this town. Savannah, Oct. 27.
No. 498. Dec. 3, 1807. Lately, at New Orleans, Mrs. Frances Prevost, daughter of the Rev. Dr. Smith, President of Princeton College, and Consort of the Hon. J. B. Provost, late Recorder of the city of New York.
No. 500. Dec. 17, 1807. On Saturday morning last, in this town, John M'Carter, Esq. Surrogate and Clerk of the county of Morris, Aet. 54.
No. 508. Jan. 7, 1808. In Danville (Vt.), a son of Mr. Isaac Morril, aged 18 years. Killed accidentally by a shot gun.
No. 505. Jan 21, 1808, at Albany, on the 8th inst. the Rev. Dr. William Linn, late Pastor of the Dutch Presbyterian Congregation in the city of New York.
No. 506. Jan 28, 1808. On Wednesday morning, the 20th inst. near this town of the dropsy, Alexander Carmichael, Esq. aged 71 years. Mr. Carmichael was a warm and active supporter of the principles of the American Revolution, - a firm friend to our Republican form and administration of government, and had sustained several offices of honor and emolument, in this county, with credit to himself, and usefulness to his fellow citizens. Another article states that he died on the 23d inst. - a native of Scotland, - a veteran of the Revolution. (Long Obituary)
No. 507. Feb. 4, 1808. Washington City, January 29 - Died. In this City, about four o'clock yesterday morning, of a consumptive complaint, the Hon. Ezra Darby, Member of the House of Representatives from the state of New Jersey, in the fortieth year of his age.
No. 508. Feb. 11, 1808, On Monday evening, near this town, of the consumption, Mr. Charles Ogden, (Son of Mr. Stephen Ogden, lately dec.) aged 31.
No. 510. Feb. 25, 1808. Very suddenly, on Saturday evening, the 20th inst. in the 68th year of his age. Mr. John Ayres, of Roxbury, in this county, &c.
No. 511. March 3, 1808. At Wilmington (Del.) on the 15th ult. John Dickenson, Esq. formerly President of the common-wealth of Pennsylvania, and author of the celebrated Farmers' Letters.
No. 515. March 31, 1808. On Tuesday, the 22d inst. in New York, Mrs. Margaret Harrison, widow of Mr. John Harrison, original proprietor of the "New York Weekly Museum".
No. 516. April 7, 1808. Very suddenly, on Monday last, near this town, Mr. Joshua Guering, at an advanced age.
No. 518. April 21, 1808. On Friday last, at Green Village, a child of Mr. James Monro.
No. 519. April 28, 1808. On the 13th inst. at Newton, Sussex County, Mrs. Maria C. Johnson, daughter of Col. Abraham Shaver, and second wife of John Johnson, Esq. Clerk of the County of Sussex - in the 27th year of her age.
No. 521, May 9, 1808. On Wednesday last, near Morris Plains, Mrs. Thankful Tucker, relict of Ralph Tucker, aged 72.
No. 524. May 30, 1808. On Sunday the 22d inst. of a consumption, Miss Maria D'Camp, daughter of John D'Camp. Esq. of Johnsburg, in this county.
No.525. June 6, 1808. On Tuesday last, at New Vernon, Mrs. Hannah Lindsly, relict of Junia Lindsly, aged 80.
No. 526, June 13, 1808. On Tuesday morning last, in this town, Mr. William B. Delaplaine, aged 50 years.
No. 528. June 27, 1808. On Thursday morning last, in this town, Mrs. Sarah L. Dalrimple, wife of Mr. Dennis Dalrimple, in the 23d year of her age.
No. 530. July 11, 1808. At Newark, on the 21st ult. very suddenly, of the lockjaw, Charles Halsey, aged 15. son of Capt. Stephen Halsey.
Departed this life, on the 29th ult. at the house of William Steele, Esq. Springfield, Essex County, on his way to the Springs, Doctor David Jackson, of Philadelphia, in the 31st year of his age.
On the 4th inst. at Dedham (Mass.), the Hon. Fisher Ames.
No. 531. July 18, 1808, On Wednesday last, at Green Village, a child of Mr. William Crowell, aged about 5 years,-- in consequence of drinking a quantity of ardent spirits,, &c. &c.
No. 533. Aug. 1, 1808. At Rockaway, on Friday, the 29th inst. of an inflamation of the brain, aged 19. Miss Maria Jackson, daughter of Stephen Jackson, Esq. &c. &c. (obituary)
No. 534. Aug. 8, 1808. At Sandersville (Geor.) on the 16th of July last, Mr. Jared S. Russell, formerly of this town, in the 31st year of his age.
No. 535. Aug. 15, 1808. At Farmington (Con.) on the 28th ult. of an epidemic fever, Mr. John Smith, a pious and much respected inhabitant of that place.
No. 536 is missing.
No. 537. Aug. 29, 1808. Of consumption, on the 20th inst. in Bernardstown, Somerset County, Maria Steel, daughter of Mr. William Steel, in the 24th year of her age. (only child, obituary)
No. 541. Sept. 26, 1808. At Springfield, on Friday, the 16th inst. Deacon William Reeve, a pious and much respected inhabitant of that place age 92 years.
No. 543. Oct. 10, 1808. At Caldwell, Essex County, on Thursday last, after a tedious illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation Mrs. Elizabeth Gould, wife of Thomas Gould, and daughter of Major John Ayres, of Baskingridge, in the 23d year of her age.
No. 544. Oct. 17, 1808. At Newark, on Saturday night, the 8th inst. Alexander C. M'Whorter, Esq. Counsellor at Law, and Surrogate of Essex County.
Nos. 547, 548, 549, 550, 551, 552, 553, 554 are missing.
No. 559. Jan. 31, 1809. On Friday morning last, Charles R. Bull, son of Mr. Nathaniel Bull, of this town, aged 1 year.
No. 562. Feb. 21, 1809. In Augusta, Georgia, George Steptoe Washington Esq. of Virginia, nephew of the late President Washington, in the 37th year of his age.
No. 563. Feb. 28, 1809. On Saturday last, in this town, the widow Elizabeth Humphreville, aged 54.
No. 565. March 14, 1809. Of an inflamatory complaint, on the 8th inst. George Washington Hinchrnan, son of Capt. William Hinchman, of Flanders in this County, aged 10 months and 6 days.
No. 567. March 28, 1809. On Friday last, in this town, Mr. David M'Carle,
No. 569. April 11, 1809. On Monday morning, the 3d Inst. in this town Mr. Joseph Woodman, a native of Germany, said to be upwards of one hundred years old.
No. 570. April 18, 1809. On Thursday last, at Dover, in this County, Mrs. Nancy Losey, wife of Mrs. Jacob Losey, aged 37 years. Of this woman it may be truly said, she was a kind neighbor, an affectionate mother and sister, an amiable wife, and a pious and sincere Christian.
No. 572. May 2, 1809. At New York, on Wednesday last, in the 18th year of her age, Miss Sarah Matilda Hoffman, daughter of Josiah Ogden Hoffman, Esq.
No. 577. June 6, 1809. At Chatham, on Wednesday last, Mr. Frederick Smith, son of Peter Smith, Esq. of Flanders.
No. 578. June 13, 1809. On Thursday morning last, in this town, Mr. Benjamin Dickerson, aged 27.
No. 579. June 20, 1809. On Thursday morning the 8th inst. Thomas Paine author of the Rights of man, &c. Interred in New Rochelle, N.Y.
No. 581. July 5, 1809. On Tuesday the 13th inst. in Oxford township, Sussex County, Mr. Jacob Swayze, aged thirty nine years, youngest son of Israel Swayze, dec. of a very severe and painful illness, which he bore with the utmost Christian fortitude and resignation; he has left an affectionate and disconsolate widow, five children, and a large number of respectable friends and relatives to mourn the loss of a valuable friend.
No. 584. July 25, 1809. At Flanders, on the 10th inst. in the 71st year of her age, of a short but painful illness, Mrs. Sarah Reid, relict of the late Augustine Reid, &c. &c.
No. 585. Aug 1, 1809. At Chatham, on Sunday, the 23d of July last of the palsy, Mr. Nathaniel Bonnel, aet. 78. a respectable inhabitant of that place.
No. 586. Aug 8, 1809. On Tuesday evening last, at Mount Kemble, Miss Edwards, aged 80 years.
No. 587. Aug. 15, 1809. This afternoon in this town, Mrs. Elizabeth Ford wife of Mr. Samuel Ford, aged 39.
No. 594. Oct 3, 1809. On Monday, the 25th inst. at Hanover, William Darcey, son of Dr. John Darcey, in the 17th year of his age.
No. 598. Oct. 31, 1809. On Saturday last, at the Speedwell works near this town, in consequence of the discharge of a gun which was supposed not to be loaded, Mr. John D. Coombes, aged 22.
No. 599, Nov. 7, 1809. On Tuesday morning, the 31st ult. in this town a child of Mr. Loammi Moore, aged 1 year. (Henry Southard Moore)
No. 600. Nov. 14, 1809. At Flanders, on Saturday, the 21st ult. Mr. William Smith, son of Dr. Peter Smith, aged 22.
No. 601. Nov. 21, 1809. Last evening, at Morris Plains, Mrs. Huldah Parish, wife of Mr. Joel Parish, late of Connecticut, in the 66th year of her age.
No. 604. Dec. 12, 1809. On Saturday last, at Dover, Mrs. Ann P. Losey relict of James P. Losey, dec. aged 65.
Nos. 605, 606 are missing.
No. 607. Jan. 2, 1810. On Wednesday last, near this town, Mr. Jabez Lindsly, aged 23.
No. 608. Jan. 9, 1810. On Thursday last, Mrs. Leonard, wife of Mr. Samuel Leonard, near this town.
No. 609. Jan. 16, 1810. Last Sunday morning, in this town, Mrs. Elizabeth Ludlow, wife of Mr. Jonas Ludlow.
No. 611 Jan. 30, 1810. On Friday the 26th inst. at Morris Plains, Mr. Daniel Tibbles, of Newark, aged 23 years 9 months.
No. 612. Feb. 6, 1810. On Saturday last, Mr. Abrahm Clark, near this town.
No. 613. Feb. 13, 1810. On Friday last, George Vail, son of the Widow John Vail of Little Town.
No. 618. March 20, 1810. On Tuesday last, at Newtown (L.I.), the Rev. Nathan Woodhull, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in that place, in the 54th year of this age. (Obituary)
No. 620. April 3, 1810. On Saturday last, at Green Village, Mrs. Frost, wife of Mr. Ezekial Frost, -- Aet. 20.
No. 624 is missing.
No. 626. May 15, 1810. Last Saturday morning, in this town, after a short but painful illness, Mrs. Mary Pierson, relict of Aaron Pierson, dec. aged 66 years.
No. 630. June 12, 1810. On Thursday last, near this town, Miss Susan Gould, daughter of Joseph Gould, Esq. of Caldwell, Essex County, aged 28 years.
No. 631. June 19, 1810. At the house of Robert Ogden, in Sparta in the County of Sussex, New Jersey, on the 24th of May last, Mr. Oliver Green a Licentiate of Worcester Association, Massachusetts.
No. 632. June 26, 1810. On Wednesday last, near this town, Mrs. Sarah Beers, wife of Mr. Samuel Beers, aged 23.
No. 633. July 3, 1810. On Tuesday last, of a Consumption, Mrs. Sarah Gardner, consort of Joseph Gardner, of Spring Valley, aged 34.
No. 635. July 17, 1810. In the township of Newton, Sussex County, on the 8th inst., after a lingering illness, Peter Struble, Sen. aged about 68 years. He was an honest, careful, industrious and thriving farmer: his father, Deitrick Struble, died in Pennsylvania last year, at the age of 98, -- before his death he had the satisfaction of being informed that there were then living 197 of his descendents.
No. 636. July 24, 1810. On the 10th inst. near Suckasunny Plains, Mr. Abraham Lee, aged 58 years.
No. 637. July 31, 1810. At Elizabeth Town, on Saturday last (21st) Isaac Johnson, of Morristown, who was drowned while bathing in Messrs. Bonnel and Day's mill pond.
No. 638. Aug. 7, 1810. On Wednesday last, in this town, in consequence of a fall she received, by which some bones were broken, Mrs. Gertrude Doughty, relict of Thomas Doughty, Esq. dec. at the advanced age of 85 years. Of her it may with the strictest propriety be said, that she was a kind friend, an affectionate parent, and pious Christian.
No. 639. Aug. 14, 1810. At Hanover, on Friday the 3d Inst. at an advanced age, Mrs. Elizabeth Green, relict of the Rev. Jacob Green.
(639) On Wednesday last, in New York, the Hon. John Broome, Lieutenant Governor of the State of New York, aged 72 years.
No. 640. Aug. 21, 1810. Last Sunday morning, in this town, after a short but severe illness, David Carmichael, Esq. High Sheriff of this County, in the 46th year of his age.
No. 647. Oct. 9, 1810. On Wednesday night last, Frances Campfield, a child of Dr. William Campfield of this town, aged 6 years.
No. 648. Oct. 16, 1810. On Saturday last, at Green Village, Mr. Thomas Miller aged 74 years.
No. 650. Oct. 30, 1810. 1\t Hanover Neck, on Monday, the 15th inst. in the 19th year of her age, Mrs. Phebe Kitchel, wife of Mr. Aaron Kitchel, Jun.
No. 651. Nov. 6, 1810. On Tuesday last in this town, Mr. William Dickerson, aged 37 years.
No. 653. Nov. 20, 1810. On Monday evening, the 12th inst. after a short but severe illness, Mr. William Salmon, of Roxbury, in the 47th year of his age. &c. &c.
No. 654. Nov. 27, 1810. At Troy, in this County, on Thursday, the 22d inst. of an inflamation of the lungs, Mrs. Eleanor Smith, the wife of Hiram Smith, Esq. in the 51st year of her age. &C. (obituary)
No. 655. Dec. 4, 1810. Near this town, on Wednesday last, Mrs. Jemirna Allen wife of Mr. Timothy Allen, aged 27 years.
No. 656. Dec. 11, 1810. Last Friday, at Whatnung Plains, Mrs. Abigail Stiles, wife of Mr. Ebenezer Stiles, aged 78 years.
No. 657. Dec. 18, Dec. 1810. Last Thursday, at Green Village, Mr. Zophar Freeman, aged 83 years.
No. 658. Dec. 25, 1810. At Ogdensburgh (N.Y.) on the 20th ult. Lewis Morris Ogden, Esq. aged 27 years, - formerly of Newark.
No. 659 is missing.
No. 660. Jan. 8, 1811. Last Sunday morning in this town, Julian, child of Mr. Peter.A. Johnson, aged 3 years.
No. 663. Jan 29, 1811. At Morris Town, St. Lawrence County, State of New York, on the 27th ult. of the Consumption, Miss Emily Augusta Ford daughter of Col. Chilton Ford, deceased, late of this place, aged 14 years.
No. 664. Feb. 5, 1811. On Thursday last, a child of Mr. Timothy Allen near this town.
No. 655 is missing.
No. 667. Feb. 26, 1811. At Mendham, on Wednesday last, Mr. Samuel Cozadt, aged 82 years.
No. 668. March 5, 1811. 2~t. New Vernon, on Friday the 22d ult. Mr. James Miller, in the 87th year of his age.
No. 669. March 12, 1811. At Sea on the 19th ult. on his passage from the island of Guadaloupe to New York, Mr. John A. Pierson, son of Mr. Daniel Pierson of this town, in the. 2nd (?) year of his age. &c. &c.
No. 671. March 26, 1811. In New York, on the 18th inst., Mr. Charles Apthorp Williamson, student at Law son of Dr. Hugh Williamson, aged 21 years and 5 months. &c (He died in a warm bath)
No. 672. April 2, 1811. On Friday last, near this town, Mrs. Amy Mills, wife of Mr. Nehemiah Mills, aged 54.
No. 673. April 9, 1811. On the 25th ultimo, at Meadow Ridge, Chatham Township, Captain John Blanchard, in the 81st year of his age.
No. 675. April 23. 1811, on Thursday last, a child of Mr. Augustin Trowbridge.
No. 677. May 7, 1811. On Monday the 29th ult. in Chatham township, Mrs. Sarah Patterson, at the advanced age of 89 years.
No. 678. May 14, 1811. On Wednesday last, in this town, of the Consumption, Mrs. Irene Mills, wife of Mr. Silas Mills, aged 40 years.
No. 679. May 21, 1811. On Friday last in the City of New York, Joseph Halsey, Esq. of this township, aged 56 years. He had gone into the city on business -- was taken sick &c. &c. (buried in this place - left wife and family)
No. 681. June 4, 1811. On Tuesday morning last, at Hanover, Mr. Matthias Burnet, in the 63rd year of his age.
No. 682. June 11, 1811. Suddenly, on Thursday morning last, at Green Village, Charles Frost, son of Mr. John Frost, dec. in the 14th year of his age.
No. 683. June 18, 1811. Very suddenly on Friday night, at the house of Mrs. D'Hart, in this town, Mrs. Elizabeth Minton, aged 28 years.
No. 684. June 25, 1811. On Saturday last in this town, a Child of Mr. John Young, aged 2 years.
No. 685. July 2, 1811. On Wednesday last, at the house of Joseph Lewis, Esq. in this town, a child of Mr. Charles H. Morrell, of Geneva in the State of New York, aged 7 months.
No. 686. July 9, 1811. On Sunday last, near Plainfield, in Somerset county, Mr. John Tharp, Jun. aged 30 years.
No. 687. July 16, 1811. On the 17th ult. after a long illness Samuel Chase, Esq. associate judge of the Supreme Court of the U.S.
No. 688. July 23, 1811. At Morris Plains, on Saturday last, of the Typhus Fever, Mr. Joseph Turner, aged 22 years.
Na. 689. July 30, 1811. On Tuesday the 16th inst. at Mount Pleasant, Charles Hoff Esq.
Number 689 is the last issue of the GENIUS OF LIBERTY. It contains the Editors farewell address. It was succeeded by the MORRIS TOWN HERALD, on August 6, 1811.
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