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PORTLAND TRANSCRIPT, April 18,1846
In this city 8th inst., by Rev. Mr. Brown, Mr. William H. Simonds to Miss
to Miss Abby A. Vosmus (sic), both of this city.
In New York 5th inst., Mr. Parmenio C. Shaw of Raynham, Massachusetts,
to Miss Rebecca W. True, of Poland, Maine.
In Dorchester, Captain Benjamin Wyatt of Bangor, to Miss Mary Coffin, of
In Dover, Stratford County, N. H. 2nd inst., by Rev. J. Stevens, Mr. Seth Watson
of Dover, to Mrs. Ann W. Berry, of Saco. Maine.
In Brunswick by Rev. Mr. Fuller, Mr. Isaac Craves of Topsham, Sagadahoc County
to Miss Rebecca Prince, of Brunswick.
In this city on Saturday last, after a lingering illness which he bore with manly
fortitude and Christian resignation, Mr. Samuel Staples, formerly of Gorham, aged
In this city Mr. Timothy Ford, innkeeper, aged about 35 years.
In Clinton, Louisiana, 16th ult., very suddenly, Mrs. Lucretia B., wife of William
Winter, Esq., formerly of Bath, and daughter of the late Henry Bass, Esq., of Boston.
In Foxcroft, 30th ult., Mr. Collin M. Stevens, a member of Bowdoin College, after
a distressing sickness of several months in which he had been a great sufferer, aged
23 years, 4 months.
In Westbrook of brain fever, J. R. McLellan, son of Captain Thomas McLellan
of this city, aged 27 years.
In Buxton (Salmon Falls Village,) 11th inst., Mr. Benjamin Warren, aged 79.
In Bangor 7th inst., Allen Gilman, Esq., aged about 80.
In Thomaston, Mrs. Eleanor Blackington, aged 72.
In St. George, Captain Josiah Bradford, aged 78.
In Bridgton 6th inst., widow Lucy H. Smith, aged 86.
In Providence 6th inst., Martha C. Raiden, aged 16 years.
In Gorham 21st ult., Mr. Sewell Hamblen, aged 30.
In North Yarmouth, Miss Eliza Pote formerly of this city, aged 50.
Lost overboard from schooner Warrior on the passage from Port au Platt to New
York, March 29th, off Cape Fear, Thomas Young, of Calais, seaman.
April 25, 1846
In Westbrook by J. P. Atkinson, Mr. Storer Libby to Miss Nancy B.
Stevens, both of Westbrook.
In Windham 16th inst., by Rev. Atkinson, Mr. James Cash to Miss Martha
Ann Lombard, both of Windham.
In Salem, Franklin County, Maine, Mr. Moses H. Merritt of Falmouth, Me.,
to Miss Mary Jane, daughter of Rollins W. Merrill
In Bath Mr. Horace Litchfield to Miss Hannah Elizabeth Newcomb, Mr.
William Hodgdon to Miss Sarah B. Arras.
In Brunswick, Mr. J. McManus to Miss Nancy Webb.
In Charleston, Maine, S. B. Morrison, M. D., of Bangor to Miss Mary, daughter
of Honorable Levi Bradley of Charleston.
In this city 14th inst., John F. H. Mussey, Esq., son of John Mussey, Esq.,
of this city, aged 30.
In this city 17th inst., Albert Melville, infant son of Charles and Hannah
In Buxton on the 13th inst., Mr. Richard Dresser, aged 88 years. A
In Sullivan, Hancock County, Maine 11th inst., Lois, daughter of Mr. Green
Hill, 18 years.
Lost overboard from brig Baltic, from Cardenas to Boston, 27th ult., Jeremy
C. Ross of North Yarmouth, seaman 26.
In Westbrook 11th inst., Mrs. Deborah Barker, relict of the late Dr. D. G.
Barker, formerly of Sedgewick aged 64.
On board Schooner Challenge, on the passage from Wilmington, North Carolina
to Providence, R. I., William H. Clifford, seaman of Bath, Maine.
In Brewer 9th inst., Mr. Caleb H. H. Burr, aged 46 years.
In New York, Esther Parson, aged 34.
In Roxbury, Massachusetts, 26th ult., Stephen J. Bowles, Esq., formerly of
Machias, Washington County, Maine, aged 52.
In Philadelphia 4th inst., William MacPherson, a native of Salem, Massachusetts,
aged 69; one of the brave and intrepid crew who under the command of the heroic
Decatur recaptured and burnt the frigate Philadelphia, in the harbor of Tripoli in
In Cornishville 16th inst., Cotton Lincoln, Esq.