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"Morris Town (N. J.) Printed and published weekly by Henry P. Russell, directly in Front of the Church".
[If an issue number is not listed, it was not found when the original transcriptions were done.]
No. 3: Jan. 4, 1816. On Monday last, in this town, of an apoplectic fit, Mr. Moses M. Canfield, son of Mr. Jacob Canfield, aged 23 years.
No. 4, Jan. 11, 1816. Very suddenly, near this town, on Saturday last, Mr. Gilbert Allen, who had been for nearly forty years, a Deacon of the Presbyterian Church in this town, aged 80 years.
No. 5, Jan. 18, 1816. On Tuesday last, in this town, a Child of Mr. Lewis Hayden, aged 3 years.
No. 7, Feb. 1, 1816. At Trenton, on the 19th ult. Rev. James F. Armstrong, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in that city, aged 66 years.
No. 9, Feb. 15, 1816. At Hanover, on Saturday last. Miss Susan Fairchild daughter of Abraham Fairchild, Esq.
No. 10, Feb. 22, 1816. At Morris Plains, on Wednesday of last week, of the consumption, Mrs. Charity Talmage, wife of Mr. Dayton Talmage, in the 52d year of her age.
No. 11, Feb. 29, 1816. In this town, on Thursday last, of a lingering illness, Mrs. Mary A. Mills, wife of Capt. Lewis Mills, in the 33d year of her age.
No. 12, March 7, 1816. Near this town. On Wednesday of last week, of the Typhus Fever, Mr. Enos W. Pierson, in the 26th year of his age.
No. 13, March 14, 1816. In this town, on Saturday evening last, of the Consumption, Miss Caroline Ross, daughter of Mr. Jonathan Ross, aged 19 years.
No. 14, March 21, 1816. At Morris Plains, on Saturday last, of the consumption, Mrs. Eunice Godden, wife of Joseph Godden, Aet. 49.
No. 15, March 28, 1816. At Little Town, on Saturday last, the widow Hannah Bigelow, aged 72 years.
No. 16, April 4, 1816. At Flemington, on the 28th ult. George Maxwell, Esq. formerly member of Congress from this state.
No. 18, April 18, 1816. At New Vernon, on Tuesday of last week, of the dropsey, Mrs. Martha Miller, wife of Mr. Ichabod Miller, aged 55 years.
No. 19, April 25, 1816. Near this town, on Saturday last of the Dropsey, Deacon Joseph Prudden, in 87th year of his age.
No. 19 is the last number of THE MEMORANDUM that has been found. It probably stopped with No. 20, on May 2, 1816, because the MORRIS TOWN HERALD resumed publication on May 9, 1816.
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