Friday, February 27, 2015
THE PORTLAND TRANSCRIPT, January 11, 1868
In this city, January 6th, Mr. Edward M. Wildrage, aged 57.
In this city, January 1st, Lydia J. Holmes, wife of Charles S. Trowbridge, aged
27 years and 10 months.
In this city, January 1st, Rosetta, eldest child of Meyer and Margaret Waterman,
aged 5 years and 5 months.
In this city January 2nd, of scarlet fever, Eugene Humphrey, son of Albert and
In Charlestown, Mass., January 2nd, Joseph H. Nutter, formerly of this city.
In Cape Elizabeth, December 24th, Freddie W., only son of William and Martha
Coolbroth, aged 8 years, 2 months and 15 days.
Lost overboard from barque Neversink, on the passage from Philadelphia to
Antwerp, Belgium, December 1st, George B. Hubbard, 1st officer.
In Falmouth, January 5th, Mr. Nathaniel Knight, aged 95 years, 6 months and
In Windham, December 29th, Frankie L., son of Thomas C. and Martha Hawkes,
2 years and 8 months.
In Saco, December 23rd, Mrs. Hannah, wife of Cyrus Means, aged 37 years. Calmy
she fell asleep.
In Auburn, December 30th, Mrs. Lizzie, wife of F. C. Adams, aged 21 years.
In Pownal, December 29th, Mrs. Eunice Tobey, aged 78 years and 4 months.
In Dixfield, December 19th, Mr. Nathaniel Benjamin, aged 79 years , 5 months
and 10 months.
In Bridgton, November 22nd, Dorcas Grant, aged 70 years, 5 months and
In Hollis, December 31st, Colonel John Smith, aged 60 years.
In Skowhegan, December 14th, Honorable William Rowell, aged 68.
In Augusta, December 10th, Susan J. Libby, aged 33 years and 10 months.
In Carver, Minnesota, October 10th, Mrs. Nancy Griffin, relict of William
Griffin, formerly of Vassalboro, Maine; December 19th, Mr. Luke Noyes,
formerly of Minot, Maine.