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Morristown Herald
Morris Co. Up

NOTE: ULT refers to the previous month; INST. refers to the current month; CONSORT = wife/widow; RELICT = wife/widow


No. 1, Aug. 6, 1811.  Last Friday morning, of the Dysentery, Lewis B. Condict, son of Edward B. Condict, Esq. of this town, aged 5 years.

Last Tuesday evening of the same complaint, in the same family, Mrs. Abigail Prudden, wife (of) Adoniram Prudden, aged 63 years.

No. 2, Aug. 13, 1811.  On Wednesday last, near this town, Miss Lucinda Whitehead, eldest daughter of Mr. Ezekiel Whitehead, aged 20 years.

No. 3, Aug. 20, 1811.  On Thursday last, at New Vernon, Mr. Samuel Oliver aged 79 years.

On Saturday last, at the house of Moses A. Dufort in this town, of a lingering illness, Mons. Jean Francis Darboteau, aged 28 years, he has left a wife and family in the West Indies: from whence he came, to this place for the benefit of his health.

On Friday last, in New York, of a lingering illness, Mr. John M'Comb a respectable inhabitant of that city.

It is stated in the Palladium of last week, that Mr. Philip Morris, Suckasunny Plains, an aged and respectable member of society, died on the 9th inst. in consequence of his falling from and being run over by one of the wheels of a waggon, when the horses attached to it had taken fright.

No. 4, Aug. 27, 1811.  On Friday morning last, in New York, Mrs. Eliza Boyd, wife of Samuel Boyd, Esq. Counsellor at law. She was a woman exenplary for her maternal tenderness, conjugal affection and Christian piety.

On Friday last, near this town a child of Mr. John Mills, aged 6 years.

No. 5, Sept. 3, 1811.  On Wednesday last, at Squires Point in Sussex County, of the dropsy. Dr. Abraham Canfield, formerly of this town, aged 44 years.

No. 7, Sept. 17, 1811.  Last Saturday morning, at Speedwell, of the Dysentery, a son of Mr. John Haines, aged 11 years.

Near this town in the course of the two previous weeks, of same complaint, five children of Mr. Timothy D'Camp, all under the age of 8 years.

This morning, of the dysentery, Mr. John Rodgers, aged 79, near this town.

Last evening, at New Vernon, Widow Sarah Ferguson, aged 70 years.  This morning, of the dysentery, a child of William Beegle, near this town.


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