Vital Records of Beverly, Massachusetts: To the End of the Year 1849 ...

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Topsfield Historical Society, 1907 - Registers of births, etc
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Page 3 - Church records. eh.— child. chn. — children. Co. — county. ст. F. — court files, Essex Co. Quarterly Court. ст. R. — court record, Essex Co. Quarterly Court. d. — daughter ; day ; died. Dea. — deacon. dup. — duplicate entry.
Page 4 - Cemetery. h, — husband ; hour. inf. — infant. int. — intention of marriage. jr.
Page 414 - In memory of the Hon. Nathan Dane, LL.D. A revolutionary Statesman; an eminent Jurist ; the Author of the Ordinance of 1787 for the Government of the Western Territories ; the Author of an Abridgment and Digest of the American Law ; the Founder of the Dane Professorship of Law in Harvard University. His Private Life was distinguished for Simplicity, Integrity, and Dignity. His Public Life for Wisdom, Fidelity, and Patriotism. He lived and died a Christian. He was born on the 27th of December, 1752....
Page 570 - daughter of John and Elizabeth" [VR 1 :280]; m. at Beverly 1 1 Aug 1807, ROBERT BATES [VR 2:260], possibly the one who d. Jun 1813 "killed in the frigate Chesapeake taken by the British frigate Shannon after a bloody battle of eleven minutes, in which 200 men in both frigates were killed or wounded. The action was seen from the hills and houses of this town." [Beverly VR 2:375]. iv. BETSEY, b. at Beverly 17 Jan 1792 "daughter of John and Elizabeth
Page 266 - Digeson of Salem, int. Apr. 20, 1800. Fanny, and James Brown of Marblehead, Nov. 20, 1831.* Lucretia, a. 26 y., d. Benjamin and Fanny, and William C. Fatall, of Boston [int. Feb. 20, 1847. ].* Richard, of Salem, and Martha Corning, Dec. 19, 1758.* William, a. 36 y., mariner, s. Benjamin and Fanny, and Saraph Ban [int.
Page 503 - Brandywine, and in many other skirmishes — after seven years and two months faithful services, at the close of the war, he received an honorable discharge, signed by GEORGE WASHINGTON. He was a strict disciplinarian — for thirty seven years he held divers offices in the militia of the State, and in 1786, when the militia system was resuscitated, he was employed in drilling the officers and men in Suffolk and the neighboring counties.
Page 414 - Abridgement and Digest of the American Law ; the Founder of the Dane Professorship of Law in Harvard University. His private life was distinguished for simplicity, integrity and dignity. His public life for Wisdom, fidelity, and patriotism, He lived and died a Christian. He was born Dec.
Page 127 - E., a. at y. 24 d., d. William and Lydia, and Henry E. Story, a. 25 y. 4 m., cordwainer, b. at Manchester, s. Stephen and Maria R., of Manchester, Dec.[i8. dup.], i84S.
Page 580 - being violently asalted by the temtations of Satan, cut her owne throte with a paire of sisers to the astonishment and greif of all, es* pesialy her most nere relations,
Page 473 - born on the passage from Ireland to this country, so says rumor but believed not to be true

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