Vital Record of Rhode Island: 1636-1850. First Series. Births, Marriages and Deaths. A Family Register for the People, Volume 9

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Narragansett historical Publishing Company, 1897 - Registers of births, etc
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Page iii - Rehoboth, 1642-1890), we were forcibly struck with the large proportion of the matter therein recorded, that was so very closely woven into our own State Record already published in these volumes. It became apparent that to print it would produce a much larger work than we at first deemed possible.
Page 380 - Oct. 1, 1855 2 21 Simon Peter, of Daniel and Mary A., July 16, 1861 2 14 Mary, Aug. 22, 1859 2 18 Sarah, of Patrick and Catharine (Smith), July 11, 1860...
Page iii - Rehoboth volume was published last year and was noticed by us in our April number. The other volume is before us. The reason for making this volume is, the compiler thinks, " emphasized by the fact that the territory of Seekonk is now Rhode Island soil, and about fourfifths of the matter recorded to all Intents and purposes belongs to the records of our own State.
Page 131 - Nancy of Seekonk and Horace Evans of Lyndon. Vt., married by Rev. John Hill April 23, 1815. Int. April 13, 1815.
Page 132 - Ephraim, aged 32, of Capt. Simeon and Nancy, and Susan Briggs, aged 21, of George A. and Lydia, both born aud of Seekonk, married by Rev.
Page 131 - Betsey of Seekonk and James Bowen of Rehoboth, married by Rev. John Pitman June 10, 1819. Int. April 17, 1819.
Page 131 - Sally and Peter H. Brown, both of Seekonk, married by Rev. John Hill Oct. 22, 1815. Int. Oct. 6, 1815.
Page 157 - Plamfield, of James and Mary, and Mary Greene, aged 23, born and of Griswold, of Frederick, April 6, 1860.
Page 132 - Dexter, both of .Seekonk, married by Rev. James O. Barney Nov. 13, 1828. Int. Oct. 19, 1828.
Page iv - The present pastor (Rev. Mr. Ferris) expressed to us several times his regret at the loss.

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