Monday, April 15, 2013



          In this city Mr. John Ayers to Miss Joanna Harris. Mr. William Claridge
          to Miss Hannah Black.  Mr. Charles Gammon of Naples to Mrs. Abigail
          E. M. Boothby, of this city.
          In Hallowell on Thursday evening last, Mr. Samuel Waterhouse, formerly
          of this city, to Miss Mary H. Mayo, of Hallowell.
          In Boston, Mr. William W. Miller to Miss Charlotte A. Cram, of  Parsonsfield,
          In Lisbon Mr. Byram Whitmore, of Bowdoinham to Miss Sarah Trufant,  of
          Lisbon.  Mr. William H. Colby to Miss Sally Pinkham.  Mr. John Gould, Jr.,
          to Miss Gerusha Bard.
          In New York, 16th inst., Captain Thomas Lambert, of brig Lackawan
           (Lackawanna?) to Miss  Rebecca H. Gatchell, both of Lisbon, Maine.

          In Augusta Mrs. Lydia Read, 70. Drowned while skating near the bridge
          Hiram, eldest child of Mr. Moses Wild, aged 11 years.
          In this city, 15th inst., of typhus fever, Ann Maria Brackett, aged 13
          years and 8 months.  16th, Melville, son of Rev. G. F. Cox, aged 4 years.
          In Norridgewock, Mrs. Lucy Parlin, 76.
          In Paris, Maine,  Mr.William Leslie, formerly of this city 24.
          In Windham, Mr. John Brown, 79.  Mrs. Elizabeth Dodge, 71.
          Drowned from on board schooner Ant, from Matanzas, Cuba, supposed
          to have arrived at Halifax, Andrew Jackson, said to be a native of
          Portland, Maine.
          At Penang, (island off the coast of Asia)  July 14th, Captain Francis
          A. Thompson, of Bath, Maine, master of ship Alciope, of Boston.
          Died in this city 23rd inst., Mrs. Phebe, wife of Mr. Parker Ilsley, aged 72.
          Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at half past two o'clock.   Friends
          and relatives invited to attend.
          In this city John Franklin, son of Mr. John Fuller, aged 21 months, and
          15 days.
          In Rumford, December 10th, Mrs. Hannah P., wife of Mr. Joshua Graham,
          aged 31. As a wife, a mother, a daughter and a sister, she was pleasant and
          desirable.  But she has gone we doubt not to rest in the Paradise of God,
          safe from disease and decline.  She has left a deeply afflicted companion,
          five children, an aged mother and a large  circle of relatives and friends to
          mourn her loss.  Her funeral was attended at the Center Meeting House, by
          Rev. Joseph Lafkin, agreeable to her request, and a discourse  delivered
          from Ezekiel 24, 6, to a solemn and attentive audience. [Com.]
          In Tattnall County, Georgia, November 12th of an affection of the lungs
          Mr. Nathaniel Fifield, 45, a native of Maine.
          In this city,  Perry Place, 17.
          In Kennebunkport, Mrs. Esther Curtis, 46.
          In this city 21st inst., Mrs. Nancy Wescott, 85.
          In Phipsburg, Captain William Lawrence, 91.
          In Castine, Mrs. Sarah Veazie, 93.
          In Bangor, Miss Elizabeth McNeal, 80.


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