William D. Huntington, Report, circa 26 August 1842

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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By an ordinance recently passed, it is made the duty of the city sexton to report the number of deaths in the city weekly, with the names, age, and disease. In accordance with which we have recieved the following:
Report of deaths for the week, ending on Friday evening, Aug. 26 [1842].
Geo. F. Merriman, aged 10 years, contusion of the brain.
David N. Crenshaw, aged 7 years and 6 months, ague and fever.
Mary E. McIntire, aged 10 months, black canker.
Saben Thayre, aged 45 years, fever
Charles Shumway, 1 year and 3 months, fever.
Larkin Davis, aged 15 years and 10 months, drowned
Total 6 for the week.
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City Sexton. [p. [3]]
By an ordinance recently passed, it is made the duty of the city sexton to report the number of deaths in the city weekly, with the names, age, and disease. In accordance with which we have recieved the following:
Report of deaths for the week, ending on Friday evening, Aug. 26 [1842].
Geo. F. Merriman, aged 10 years, contusion of the brain.
David N. Crenshaw, aged 7 years and 6 months, ague and fever.
Mary E. McIntire, aged 10 months, black canker.
Saben Thayre, aged 45 years, fever
Charles Shumway, 1 year and 3 months, fever.
Larkin Davis, aged 15 years and 10 months, drowned
Total 6 for the week.
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City Sexton. [p. [3]]
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