VIRGINIA DEATH RECORDS
1827-1829
THE ITEMS MARKED NEWSPAPER DATE ARE FROM THE AMERICAN BEACON AND NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH DAILY ADVERTISER  all others are most likely wills.

JAN 1 1827  NEWSPAPER DATE
PERSONS IN DEBTED TO THE ESTATE OF MARY PEED DEC'D ARE REQUESTED TO COME FORWARD AND SETTLE IMMEDIATELY, AND THOSE THE ESTATE IS INDEBITED TO ARE ALSO REQUESTED TO COME FORWARD. ROBERT H. CUTHERELL ADMIN.

JAN 6 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED YESTERDAY AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS, MR. JOHN DENSON AGED 35. A NATIVE OF NANSEMOND AND FOR SOME TIME PAST A RESIDENT OF FERRY POINT NORFOLK COUNTY, WHERE HE WAS ENGAGED IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS. HE LEAVES A WIFE AND A CHILD.

JAN 19 1827
DIED ON FRIDAY  JAN 12TH AT HIS RESIDENCE IN TRENTON NJ. AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS MR. DAVID M. SHIELDS FORMERLY OF THE FIRM OF JOHN SHIELDS AND SON MERCHANTS OF PHILADELPHIA AGE 49.

JAN 13 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED ON THURS NIGHT LAST AT THE RESIDENCE OF HER DAUGHTER, MRS. CAMP. MRS. MARGARET WILLOUGHBY AGE 61. 

DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN KING AND QUEEN CO, ON THE NIGHT OF THE 24TH LAST MONTH. MR.  HENRY FLEET AGE 72, OF A BILLIOUS FEVER. HE WAS AN EPISCOPALIAN AND DIED IN HIS FAITH. HE LEAVES NUMEROUS TRAIN OF CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN.

JAN 26 1827
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN PORTSMOUTH ON SUNDAY LAST AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS, MR. WILLIAM M. EDWARDS CLERK IN THE COMMANDANT'S OFFICE AT THE NAVY YARD IN GOSPORT. MR. EDWARDS WAS A NATIVE OF SURRY CO.  (FAMILY  MAY EMAIL ME FOR REST.

JAN 29 1827
DIED ON SATURDAY EVENING LAST IN HER 21ST YEAR, MRS. MARY A. HARTSHORN, CONSORT OF MR. SAMUEL W. HARTSHORN AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS. SHE HAS LEFT TWO INFANT CHILDREN AND HER HUSBAND TO MOURN HER LOSS. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM THE RESIDENCE OF MR. RICHARD HOLSTEAD ON BERMUDA STREET THIS MORNING AT 10AM.

FEB 1 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED YESTERDAY MORNING AT HIS RESIDENCE IN ST. BRIDES, NORFOLK COUNTY AFTER A SHORT AND PAINFUL ILLNESS, CORNELIUS NASH AGE 51. HE HAD FOR SOME YEARS PAST BEEN A MAGISTRATE OF THE COUNTY OF WHICH BODY HE WAS A ZEALOUS AND EFFICENT MEMBER UNTIL HIS DEATH. 

FEB 1 1827            NANCY IRBY                         PITTSYLVANIA

FEB 6 1827   CHARLES MILLS                    HANOVER COUNTY       PAGE  93

FEB 20 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED ON SUNDAY EVENING 18TH INSTANT ST. BRIDES NORFOLK COUNTY, MISS MARY ANN ETHEREDGE AGE 22. HER FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE THIS MORNING FROM HER MOTHER'S RESIDENCE NEAR PROVIDENCE CHAPEL NORFOLK COUNTY.

FEB 22 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
BALTIMORE:
DIED IN PORTSMOUTH ON TUES EVENING AFTER A VERY SHORT ILLNESS, MRS. ANN FORSYTH RELICT OF THE LATE CAPTAIN WILLIAM FORSYTH OF THAT PLACE. MRS. F. WAS A MEMBER OF THE METHODIST CHURCH.  HER FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM HER LATE RESIDENCE THIS AFTERNOON 3PM.

FEB 24 1827
IS WITH FEELINGS OF MOST SINCERE REGRET THAT WE RECORD THE DEATH OF COL. JACOB HINDMAN OF THE ARMY OF THE U.S. WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON SAT. NIGHT AGE 38. OBIT IS LONG, FAMILY MAY EMAIL ME FOR REST.

MARCH 1 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE YESTERDAY 5AM. AFTER A PAINFUL ILLNESS OF SEVERAL MONTHS. MRS. REBECCA KING CONSORT OF MILES KING, NAVY AGENT FOR THIS STATION.

DIED IN PORTSMOUTH ON TUES NIGHT MRS. ELIZABETH KEELING, FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE THIS AFTERNOON 3PM. FROM THE RESIDENCE OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM COLLINS

DIED ON THE MORNING OF THE 22ND AT ALEXANDRIA IN HIS 59TH YEAR OF AGE, CAPTAIN BATHURST DANGERFIELD. family may email for rest.  

MAR 1 1827           CHARLES ANDERSON          PITTSYLVANIA

MAR 1 1827           WILLIAM BURTON                  PITTSYLVANIA

MARCH 4 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT SURRY COURT HOUSE ON FEB 28TH, DR. HENRY SOUTHALL FORMERLY OF CHARLES CITY BUT A RESIDENT OF SURRY FOR 10 YEARS.

MARCH 10 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED ON TUES 6TH AT HIS RESIDENCE NEAR SUFFOLK AGE 82. MR. HENRY WOLF.

MARCH 13 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED YESTERDAY IN PORTSMOUTH AT THE RESIDENCE OF HIS BROTHER, MR. HENRY SINGLETON. MR. JAMES D. SINGLETON AFTER A PROTRACTED ILLNESS AGE 31.

MARCH 14 1827
DIE DYESTERDAY MORNING MRS. MARY DENBY OLDEST DAUGHTER OF MRS. SARAH LATHAM.

MAR 19 1827         THOMAS WILKENSON           PITTSYLVANIA

MARCH 16 1827
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN WASHINGTON CITY ON MONDAY AFTERNOON RICHARD BLAND LEE ESQ, AGE 63 YEARS OF AGE.

YESTERDAY IN THIS PLACE AFTER AN ILLNESS OF 17 DAYS, OF TYPHUS FEVER, MR. ALFRED LESTER RECENTLY FROM SUFFOLK AGE 21. HIS REMAINS WILL BE INTERRED IN THE FAMILY BURYING GROUND NEAR SUFFOLK THIS DAY.

MARCH 17 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON THURS EVENING LAST AT HIS RESIDENCE IN DAMDEN COUNTY N.C. ENOCH SAWYER FOR MANY YEARS A COLLECTOR OF THE CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT AND PORT OF ELIZABETH CITY.

DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN WASHINGTON CITY ON MONDAY AFTERNOON RICHARD BLAND LEE AGE 63 YEARS  MR. LEE WAS A MEMBER OF THE FIRST CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE STATE OF VA AND SERVED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR SEVERAL YEARS.  AS A JUDGE OF THE ORPHANS COURT FOR THIS COUNTY WHICH OFFICE HE HAD HELD FOR SEVERAL YEARS HE HAS DISTINGUISHED HIMSELF AS AN ABLE AND FAITH MAGISTRATE.

MARCH 19 1827
DIED ON THE 10TH INSTANT AT THE RESIDENCE OF COL. EDMONDS IN LANCASTER COUNTY WHILE ON A VISIT WITH HER PARENTS, ANN MARIA DAUGHTER OF MR. ELIAS GUY OF THIS BOROUGH AGE 4 YEARS.

MARCH 27 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED IN SUFFOLK ON THE 16TH INSTANT. REV. ROBERT COX AGE 52. 33YRS A MINISTER OF THE M.E. CHURCH. obit is long but most of it's unreadable

DIED IN PHILADELPHIA ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON THE 18TH INSTANT, COLONEL GIDEON FAIRMAN AN ENGRAVER AGE 51.

AT NEW YORK HOSPITAL WILLIAM BARRINGTON SEAMAN OF NORFOLK VA AGE 23.

MARCH 28 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED YESERDAY AFTER A LONG ILLNESS, MRS. AMY PIERCE CONSORT OF MR. RICE B. PIERCE, AGE 26. HER FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE THIS AFTERNOON AT 3PM.

MARCH 31 1827 (SAT) NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT NEW YORK THURS LAST  LIEUT CHARLES A BUDD OF THE U.S. NAVY THE OFFICER PERFORMED A GALLANT PART WITH M'DONOUGH IN THE BATTLE OF PITTSBURGH.

DEPARTED THIS LIFE YESTERDAY EVENING, MR. MAUF HOLSTEAD AGE 67. RESPECTED MEMBER OF THIS COUNTY.

APR 2 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED SATURDAY LAST, AT THE RESIDENCE OF HER BROTHER, MR. E.P. PIERIER , MISS MARY F. PERIER AGE 22 OF PULMONARY DISEASE.

APR 4 1827
DIED ON FRIDAY LAST AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS AT THE AGE OF 68 MR. WILLIAM KEAN OF THE FORMER FIRM KEAN &RICE MERCHANTS OF THIS PLACE, A NATIVE OF IRELAND AND ONCE A RESIDENT OF NEWBERN NORTH CAROLINA.

APR 5 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED IN RICHMOND ON TUES EVENING LAST AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS, MR. HENRY TABB FOR MANY YEARS A RESIDENT OF THIS BOROUGH, WHERE HE HAS LEFT A WIFE AND SEVERAL CHILDREN TO LAMENT THE LOSS OF A KIND HUSBAND AND AFFECTIONATE PARENT.

DIED ON THE 27TH AT THE SEAT OF HON. JOHN TALIAFERRO NEAR FREDERICKSBURG VA. MAJOR JOHN A. BURD OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY IN THE 43RD YEAR OF HIS AGE. HE WAS A NATIVE OF PENNSYLVANIA AND WAS A DISTINGUISHED AND ACTIVE OFFICER DURING THE LATE WAR.

APR 9 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED THIS MORNING AT HER RESIDENCE IN ST. BRIDES NORFOLK COUNTY IN THE 57TH YEAR OF HER AGE MRS. SUSAN NASH CONSORT OF THE LATE CORNELIUS NASH OF THAT PLACE.  HER FUNERAL IS TOMORROW AT 10AM FROM HER LATE RESIDENCE.

APR 16 1827          WILLIAM PRICE                     PITTSYLVANIA

APR 20 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED 10AM AT THE RESIDENCE OF HER SON IN LAW, MR. FRANCES GRICE IN PORTSMOUTH, MRS. ABIGAIL MOULS AGE 55. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM MR. GRICE'S RESIDENCE 10AM TOMORROW.

APR 23 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT HIS RESIDENCE IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON IN THE 46TH YEAR OF HIS AGE, MR. JOHN WHITEHEAD A NATIVE OF DUMBARTON IN SCOTLAND.

APR 25 1827
DIED LAST EVENING AFTER A PAINFUL AND PROTRACTED ILLNESS, SAMUEL MOSELEY. SERGEANT OF THIS BOROUGH FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM HIS LATE RESIDENCE CORNER OF CUMBERLAND AND FREEMASON STREET ON SATURDAY 9:30AM.

APR 28 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT NEW ORLEANS ON THE 2ND INSTANT OF CONSUMPTION, UNDER WHICH HE SUFFERED FOR 6 MONTHS, LIEUT LEMUEL H. RIDGELY OF BALTIMORE ATTACHED TO THE FIRST REGIMENT OF U.S. INFANTRY AGE 21.

AT THE PLANTATION OF MR. AFRON BELOW THE TURN, WHERE HE HAD BEEN FOR SOME TIME SICK, CAPTAIN SAMUEL DAVIS LATE OF THE BRIG NUN OF PORTLAND.

APR 30 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED IN HAMPTON ON FRIDAY EVENING 26TH INST. CAPT. CHARLES M. COLLIER AGE 51. HE WAS TAKEN SUDDENLY ILL IN THE MORNING AND BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE DAY TERMINATED HIS EARTHLY CAREER.

DIED IN PORTSMOUTH ON SAT. NIGHT LAST MR. JOHN PULLEN AN OLD AND RESPECTABLE INHABITANT OF THAT TOWN.

ON THE 18TH AT KING'S CREEK, NORTHAMPTON COUNTY IN THE 21ST YEAR OF HER AGE, MISS SALLY C. P. STRATTON DAUGHTER OF THE LATE BENJAMIN STRATTON DECEASED.

IN ALEXANDRIA ON THE 20TH INSTANT ROBERT P. HEADLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW, LATE OF RICHMOND COUNTY VA. MR. HEADLEY HAD BEEN FOR SOME MONTHS BEFORE HIS DEATH DETAINED AT WASHINGTON BY THE PROGRESS OF A PULMONARY DISEASE. MR. H. STUDIED LAW IN NORFOLK.

HENRY CRUGER DIED ON TUES AT THE ADVANCED AGE OF 88. HE WAS A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT AND CONTEMPORARY OF BURKE, FOX, SHERIDAN AND THE WHIGS OF THAT TIME, AND A SENATOR FROM THIS CITY IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE. FROM THE NY ENQ.

MAY 1 1827           PARTHENIA BUCKNER          PITTSYLVANIA

MAY 1 1827
MRS. MARION MURDEN CONSORT OF MR. JOSEPH MURDEN MERCHANT OF THIS  PLACE.

MAY 2 1827
DIED THIS MORNING 4AM IN HER 56TH YEAR. MRS. ANN WILLIAMSON CONSORT OF THOMAS WILLIAMSON, CASHIER OF THE BANK OF VIRGINIA IN THIS PLACE.

MAY 4 1827
ON APRIL 23RD, AT HIS RESIDENCE IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX VA GENERAL NATHANIEL CARGILL FOR THE DEATH OF THIS TRULY EXCELLENT MAN, . GENERAL THEN COLONEL CARGIL SERVED AS QUARTER MASTER GENERAL IN THE FIRST ORGANIZATION OF THE ARMY AT THIS POST DURING THE LATE WAR....

THE HON. RUFUS KING DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK ON SUNDAY EVENING LAST AGE 73.

CHIEF JUSTICE TILGHMAN DEPARTED HIS LIFE ON SUNDAY AT MIDNIGHT AFTER A TEDIOUS AND PAINFUL ILLNESS.

DIED AT RHINEBECK NY, ROBERT JAMES LIVINGSTON HIS WAS AN OFFICER IN THE REVOLUTIONARY ARMY WHICH HE ENTRED IN EARLY LIFE AS
A VOLUNTEER AND SERVED WITH A GREAT REPUTATION AND WAS AT THE CAPTURE OF THE HESSIANS AT TRENTON. relatives may email me for rest.

AT SCITUATE MASS. MR. JAMES BARRELL AGE 100 YEARS A PATRIOT OF THE REVOLUTION. 

DIED IN PORTSMOUTH ON MONDAY NIGHT LAST, MRS. SARAH BROWN AGED ABOUT 30 PLUS AND MOST EXEMPLARY MEMBER OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.  relatives may email for rest.

MAY 8 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON MORNING OF MAY 7TH, AT THE RESIDENCE OF HIS BROTHER IN WARWICK COUNTY, MR. EDWARD MOORE AGE 26, YOUNGEST SON OF COL. AUGUS MOORE OF ELIZABETH CITY COUNTY.

MAY 11 1827
MRS. ANN BILLUPS AGE 69, OLD RESIDENT OF THE BOROUGH. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM HER HOME ON FREEMASON.

MAY 12TH 1827
DIED IN HAMPTON ON TUES LAST OF APPOPLEXY VERY SUDDENLY JOHN TABB SMITH AN AGED AND RESPECTABLE INHABITANT OF THAT PLACE.

MAY 16 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE SAT 21ST AT NEW BERN MONTGOMERY COUNTY AT THE RESIDENCE OF JAMES TIFFANY, BENJAMIN HARRISON WRENN LATE OF SURRY , SON OF THE LATE THOMAS WRENN OF ISLE OF WIGHT CO. HE HAD BEEN ON A VISIT TO RELATIVES IN KENTUCKY AND WAS ON HIS WAY HOME TO VIRGINIA. TAKEN ILL OF PLEURSEY.

MAY 18 1827
DIED IN PROVIDENCE R. I. 11TH INSTANT LIEUT. PARDON M. WHIPPLE OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY IN THE 37TH YEAR OF HIS AGE.

IN ROWLEY MASS ON THE 7TH INSTANT AFTER MANY MONTHS OF EXTREME SUFFERING, MR. ROBERT S. COFFIN THE SON OF THE LATE EBENEZER COFFIN A.M.

MAY 21 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON SATURDAY LAST, IN THIS BOROUGH, MRS. JULIA A. YOUNG LATE WIFE OF THOMAS S. YOUNG OF ELIZABETH CITY COUNTY LEAVING A LATE HUSBAND AND 3 YOUNG CHILDREN.

MAY 22 1827
DIED IN HALIFAX ON TUES 8TH INST. WILLAIM DREW FORMERLY A LAWYER OF CONSIDERABLE EMINENCE AND LATE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.

ON SAT THE 12TH INSTANT IN RICHMOND, CAPTAIN JOHN P. SHIELDS IN THE 57TH YEAR OF HIS AGE FOR MANY YEARS A RESPECTABLE RESIDENT OF THAT CITY.

MAY 23 1827
DIED YESTERDAY IN PORTSMOUTH MR. THOMAS R. WALKER IN THE 19TH YEAR OF HIS AGE. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE 4PM TODAY FROM THE RESIDENCE OF MR. LEMUEL WILLIAMS OPPOSITE CAPTAIN WEBBS HOTEL ON HIGH STREET PORTSMOUTH.

MAY 24 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED IN SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY ON SUNDAY LAST AGE 76. CAPTAIN ROBERT NICHOLSON AN OFFICER OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.

MAY 26 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN PORTSMOUTH YESTERDAY 2PM. AGE 31. MR. EDWARD LINSCOTT BOATSWAIN IN THE U.S. NAVY. MR. L. WAS THE OLDEST OFFICER IN GRADE IN THE NAVY HAVING ENTERED IN THE SERVICE MARCH 29 1809. HE WAS COM PORTER IN THE ESSEX FRIGATE IN HER DESPERATE CONFLICT WITH THE BRITISH FRIGATE PHEBE AND CHERUB.

MAY 28 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT HIS RESIDENCE ON WASHINGTON POINT AT 8AM THIS MORNING, AFTER A TEDIOUS ILLNESS FROM DIAREAH, MR. GEORGE T. HAM.  LUMBER MERCHANT IN THIS 55TH YEAR OF HIS AGE. NATIVE OF PORTSMOUTH NEW HAMPSHIRE. FUNERAL TOMORROW FROM HIS LATE RESIDENCE 3PM.

MAY 30 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE THIS MORNING IN  HIS 73RD YEAR, MR. JOHN WARREN SENIOR ONE OF THE OLDEST CITIZENS OF THIS BOROUGH, AND FOR MANY YEARS AN INDUSTRIOUS AND SKILLFUL SHIP WRIGHT BY WHICH HE ACCUMULATED A HANDSOME PROPERTY AND REARED A LARGE FAMILY. HE HAD SUFFERED SEVERAL FOR THE LAST 6 MONTHS FROM AN ATTACK OF GENERAL DROPSY TO WHICH HE FELL VICTIM. HIS FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM HIS LATE RESIDENCE ON MAIN STREET AT 9AM.

DIED IN THE TOWN OF SUFFOLK ON SUNDAY THE 27TH IN THE 66TH YEAR OF HER AGE, MRS. ELIZABETH ARNOLD A WIDOW OF THE LATE MR. EDWARD ARNOLD. MEMBER OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

IN FREDERICKSBURG ON THE 23RD INSTANT. WILLIAM S. STONE AGE 63. HIS DEATH WAS PRODUCED BY TETANUS WHICH ENSUED FROM A SLIGHT INJURY THAT HE RECEIVED 12 DAYS AGO BY A KICK FROM A HORSE. THE DECEASED HAD BEEN AN INHABITANT OF THIS TOWN FOR MORE THAN 40 YEARS, 

JUNE 1 1827
DIED AT PLATTSBURG ON THE 17TH CAPT. SYDNEY SMITH OF U.S. NAVY

DOCTOR JOHN W. PORTER DIED AT HIS LODGINGS AT THE CITY HOTEL.

JUNE 5 1827
DIED IN HAMPTON ON THURS AFTERNOON AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS OF ABOUT A WEEK, MR. ROBERT P.L HUNT LEAVING A WIFE AND TWO CHILDREN... HE WAS 29 YEARS OF AGE.

AT ELIZABETH CITY  N.C. ON TUES LAST MR. DANIEL LONG FOR MANY YEARS INSPECTOR OF THE REVENUE FOR THAT PORT.

ON WED NIGHT IN PASQUOTANK COUNTY N.C. AFTER A LONG AND PAINFUL ILLNESS  DR. EDMUND S. LINDSAY FORMERLY OF CURRITUCK COUNTY AND FOR ONE MORE YEARS A MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATURE FROM THAT COUNTY.

AT VALPARAISO CHILE ON THE 31ST OF JAN 1827, LIEUTENANT GEORGE D. BREWERTON OF THE U.S. MARINE CORPS AND SENIOR MARINE OFFICER OF THE PACIFIC SQUADRON.... HE WAS BURIED WITH THE HONORS OF WAR BY A MARINE GUARD AND HIS FUNERAL WAS ATTENDED BY THE GOVENOR OF VALPARAISO AND OFFICERS OF THE CHILLIAN ARMY AND NAVY... 

JUNE 11 1827
DIED ON THE 27TH AT SANDY POINT IN THE COUNTY OF CHARLES CITY IN THE 59TH YEAR OF HIS AGE, JOHN MINGE OF THAT PLACE.  relatives may email me for rest.

AT PHILADELPHIA..... HE HAD GONE IN THE PURSUIT OF HEALTH ON MONDAY EVENING LAST AT 5PM. ABRAHAM BRADLEY JR. ELDEST SON OF ABRAHAM BRADLEY SR. ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL AGE 35.

JUNE 18 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED IN THIS BOROUGH ON FRIDAY, MRS. ELIZABETH LESLIE AN AGED AND TRULY AMIABLE MATRON.

JUNE 23 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED YESTERDAY (WED) 6AM. AT FORTRESS MONROE AFTER A VERY SHORT ILLNESS. LIEUT. HENRY GILBERT ATTACHED TO CAPT. BADENS COMPANY U.S. ARTILLERY. WE UNDERSTAND L.G. WAS AN OFFICER OF GREAT MERRIT AND HAD BEEN PROMOTED FROM THE RANKS FOR HIS GALLANTRY AND GOOD CONDUCT IN ONE OF THE BATTLES WITH THE LATE GREAT WAR WITH ENGLAND.  

JUNE 28 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE YESTERDAY MORNING AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS OF MANY MONTHS RICHARD TAYLOR AGE 56. HE WAS LATE OF THE FIRM RICHARD & JOHN TAYLOR  MERCHANTS......... HE HELD FOR MANY YEARS AND TO THE HOUR OF HIS DEATH THE OFFICE OF AGENT OF THE PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON.

JUNE 30 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
WITH MUCH REGRET WE ANNOUNCE THE DEATH OF CAPT. ABEL WALKE......  AND FROM THE POINT OF HER CONSTRUCTION TO WITHIN THE LAST 6 MONTHS HAS COMMANDED THE STEAM BOAT BETWEN THE PLACE OLD POINT COMFORT AND HAMPTON. HE DIED LAST EVENING AT THE (HYGGINS) HOTEL OLD POINT COMFORT WHERE HE HAD BEEN FOR SOME TIME..... TRYING TO RECOVER FROM HEMORRHAGE OF THE LUNGS..... HE WAS NATIVE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE..... HIS REMAINS WILL BE BROUGHT UP THIS EVENING IN THE STEAM BOAT HAMPTON AND CONVEYED EVER TO HIS LATE RESIDENCE ON WASHINGTON POINT.   

JULY 2 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
WE LEARN FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT OF THE CHARLESTON COURIER THAT L.T JOHN TUTTLE OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY. DIED ABOARD THE U.S. SHIP JOHN ADAMS ON THE 14TH INSTANT. AND WAS BURIED IN THE GULF STREAM.

JULY 7 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED IN WILMINGTON N.C. ON TUES THE 22ND JOSEPH EAGLES A HIGHLY RESPECTABLE CITIZEN OF THAT TOWN.

JULY 11 1827
DIED ON MONDAY MORNING JOSEPH RALPH ROGERS INFANT SON OF WILLIAM AND ANN ROGERS FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM THE RESIDENCE OF HIS PARENTS AT 9AM ON BOUSH STREET.

JULY 16 1827         CHARLES CALLOWAY          PITTSYLVANIA 

JULY 16 1827         WILILAM SWANSON JR.        PITTSYLVANIA

JULY 26 1827         CREED TANNER                    PITTSYLVANIA

JULY 19 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON TUES MORNING LAST AT HIS RESIDENCE IN EDENTON N.C. HENRY WILLS FORMERLY A MERCHANT OF THAT PLACE. AND FOR MANY YEARS PAST CLERK OF THE COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS FOR THE COUNTY OF CHOWAN. AGE 54. A NATIVE OF THE STATE OF NEW  YORK BUT FOR ABOUT 40 YEARS A RESIDENT OF EDENTON AND WAS WITH THE LATE ABRAHAM HODGE JOINT PROPRIETOR OF THE ENDENTON GAZZETTE.

JULY 20TH 1827 FRIDAY, NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED ON BOARD THE U.S. FRIGATE CONSTELLATION IN THIS HARBOUR ON WED NIGHT AT 10AM. OF BILIOUS REMITTENT FEVER. MIDSHIPMAN EDWARD WORTHINGTON OF THE U.S. NAVY. A NATIVE OF KENTUCKY. MR. W. ENTERED THE SERVICE MARCH 1 1825. ...... HIS REMAINS WERE INTERRED YESTERDAY AFTERNOON IN THE NEW BURIAL GROUND NEAR FORT BARBOUR..... relatives mail email me for rest.

JULY 21 1827
DIED ON TUES THE 11TH AT HIS RESIDENCE IN SURRY COUNTY,, AGE 29, MR. JOHN N. HUNNICUTT OF A VIOLENT FIT OF APOPLEXY OF A FEW HOURS DURATION. 

JULY 23 1827 MONDAY, NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE IN THE COUNTRY OF YORK ON THE 10TH INST. AFTER A PROTRACTED ILLNES , MRS. FRANCES DUNCAN CONSORT OF MR. WILLIAM DUNCAN IN THE 35TH YEAR OF HER AGE. LEAVES A HUSBAND AND 2 CHILDREN.

JULY 24 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE IN NICE ITALY WHITHER HE HAD GONE FOR THE BENEFIT OF HIS HEALTH, MR. FREDERICK CAMPBELL STEWART A NATIVE OF WESTMORELAND IN VIRGINIA.

JULY 25 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED IN THIS PLACE ON MONDAY NIGHT EMMA JANE INFANT DAUGHTER OF CAPT. ELIJAH WEEMS.

JULY 26 1827
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN WILLIAMSBURG ON TUES MORNING AFTER A FORTNIGHT ILLNESS OF BILIOUS FEVER. THE REV. WILLIAM H. WILMER D.D. RECTOR OF BRUTON PARISH AND PRESIDENT OF WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE..

JULY 31 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT WASHINGTON POINT ON THE 27TH INST. WILLIAM ALFONSO ONLY SON OF MR. LABAN W. PITTS AGED 3 MONTHS AND 12 DAYS.

ON SAT. LAST AT HIS RESIDENCE NEAR PORTSMOUTH AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS, CAPT. HOPLEY YEATON, FORMERLY OF THE U.S. ARMY. CAPT. YEATON WAS NATIVE OF PORTMOUTH NEW HAMPSHIRE AGE 50.

AUGUST 6 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON SAT. NIGHT LAST MRS. ELIZABETH SIMINGTON AGE 53. WIFE OF THE LATE CAPTAIN ROBERT SIMINGTON OF THIS BOROUGH.

SELDOM HAVE WE BEEN CALLED UPON TO PERFORM SO MELANCHOLY A DUTY AS THAT WHICH NOW DEVOLVES UPON US IN RECORDING THE DEATH OF SAMUEL TREDWELL COLECTOR OF THE CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT AND PORT OF EDENTON WHO EXPIRED ON SUNDAY EVENING LAST AT HIS RESIDENCE IN THIS TOWN AFTER A TEDIOUS AND SEVERE INDISPOSITION. MR. TREDWELL HAD ATTAINED TO THE AGE OF 64. HE WS A NATIVE OF NORTH HEMPSTEAD LONG ISLAND EMIGRATED TO THIS TOWN IN THE WINTER OF 1785-1786, WAS APOINTED COLLECTOR BY GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON IN 91, WAS THE OLDEST COLLECTOR IN THE U.S.  FROM THE EDENTON GAZETTE JULY 31.

TO THE EDITORS OF THE RICHMOND ENQUIRER. IT HAS BECOME MY MELANCHOLY DUTY THROUGH YOU TO ANOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THE SUDDEN DECEASE OF OUR FIRST AND MOST VALUABLE MAN. THE REV. WILLIAM H. WILMER D.D. PRESIDENT OF WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE AND PASTOR OF THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH INWILLIAMSBURG DIED YESTEDAY MORNING AT 6AM OF BILIOUS FEVER.

AUGUST 08 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED YESTERDAY VERY SUDDENLY MR. JOSEPH STRIPES , RIGGER, A NATIVE OF THE EASTERN SHORE OF VIRGINIA, BUT FOR MANY YEARS A RESIDENT OF THIS BOROUGH. HE WAS IN EXCELLENT HEALTH UNTIL A FEW HOURS PREVIOUS HAD BEEN AT WORK ALL THE AFTERNOON, AND HIS DEATH IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY DRINKING TOO FREELY OF COLD WATER WHEN OVERHEATED.

AUGUST 13 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON SATURDAY LAST AGE 73 AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS LUKE WHEELER FORMERLY A RESPECTABLE MERCHANT, AND RECENTLY A CASHIER OF THE BRANCH BANK OF THE U.S. IN THIS PLACE.

DIED AT FORTRESS MONROE, ON THURS AFTERNOON THE 9TH INSTANT AGE 23. EDMUND RANDOLPH ARMISTEAD 2ND SON OF MR. WILLIAM ARMISTEAD OF THAT PLACE.  family may email for rest.

AUGUST 15 1827
DIED IN GOSPORT YESTERDAY MORNING OF BILIOUS FEVER, MISS CAROLINE THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE LATE CAPTAIN SAMUEL DAVIS, AGE 19. HER FUNERAL WILLTAKE PLACE 10AM TODAY FROM THE RESIDENCE OF MR. CHARLES A.GRICE GOSPORT.

AUG 20 1827          JAMES PARKER                   PITTSYLVANIA

AUG 20 1827          JAMES R. WILKENSON         PITTSYLVANIA

AUGUST 17 1827
DIED AT THE RESIDENCE OF COL. GEORGE IVY IN NORFOLK COUNTY ON THE 13TH INST. ELIZABETH THOMAS DAUGHTER OF CAPT. THOMAS J. IVY AGE 12 MONTHS.

DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT WASHINGTON POINT, IN THE 15TH IN HER 31ST YEAR MRS. MARY R. VALENTINE CONSORT OF THE LATE JACOB VALENTINE, DECEASED........  FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE THIS MORNING AT 10AM. FROM HER LATE RESIDENCE WITH MR. LABAN W. PITTS.

DIED ON  HIS PASSAGE FROM HAVANA TO TRINIDAD ON THE 25TH OF JUNE AFTER AN ILLNESS OF 9 DAYS OF MALIGNANT FEVER. MR. JOHN D. GARDNER AGE 25. HE HAS LEFT A WIFE AND 2 SMALL CHILDREN IN  NY TO MOURN HIS LOSS ALONG WITH A MOTHER, 2 SISTERS AND NUMEROUS FRIENDS.

AUGUST 20 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED ON THE 1ST INSTANT AT THE SWEET SPRINGS IN THIS STATE OUR TOWNSMAN MR. SOLOMON MARKS, JR OF THE FIRM, MARKS,NONES AND CO. AND VICE COUNSUL OF H.M.F.M. FOR VIRGINIA.

DIED ON SAT. 11TH INSTANT AFTER A PROTRACTED ILLNESS OF MANY MONTHS, MR. JOHN A. FOREMAN ONE OF THE INSPECTORS OF THE CUSTOMS FOR THE PORTS OF NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH AND A WORTHY INHABITANTS OF PORTSMOUTH, LEAVING A WIDOW AND 5 SMALL CHILDREN TO MOURN THE BEREAVEMENT.

AUG 21 1827          THOMAS GARRETT               PITTSYLVANIA

AUG 21 1827          ISHAM LANSFORD SR.         PITTSYLVANIA

AUGUST 22 1827 WED. NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT BALTIMORE ON THE 15TH AGE 5. JOHN SON OF DAVID PARKS DECEASED AND MARGARET PARKS FORMERLY OF THIS BOROUGH AFTER AN ILLNESS OF 24 HOURS.

AUGUST 23 1827
DIED TUES NIGHT HENRIETTA INFANT DAUGHTER OF HENRY AND LOUISA SHETTEL OF THIS BOROUGH.

DIED IN NORTHAMPTON COUNTY ON SUNDAY THE 12TH INSTANT AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS OF MANY MONTHS MR. ROBERT SPADY YOUNGEST SON OF MR. SOUTHY SPADY LEAVING A FATHER, BROTHER AND SEVERAL SISTERS TO MOURN THE LOSS. MR. S. HAD RECENTLY ESTABLISHED HIMSELF IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS AT NEWTOWN .........

IT IS WITH A FEELING OF SINCERE SORROW, WE ANNOUNCE THE DECEASED ON WED LAST OF OUR MOST RESPECTED AND ESTIMABLE CITIZENS JOHN ELLIOTT LATE A SENATOR FROM GEORGIA TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES.

DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON MONDAY THE 20TH INST. IN HER 36TH YEARS MRS. SARAH S. SINCLAIR CONSORT OF COMMODORE ARTHUR SINCLAIR OF THE U.S. NAVY WHO IS NOW ABSENT ON VISIT FOR THE BENEFIT OF HIS HEALTH AT THE BUFFALO SPRINGS IN MECKLENBURG COUNTY. SHE LEAVES 5 CHILDREN.

DIED IN NY ON MONDAY EVENING LAST AFTER 10 DAYS ILLNESS OF BILLIOUS FEVER THE REV. CORNELIUS R. DUFFIE RECTOR OF ST.  THOMAS CHURCH IN THAT CITY AGE 39.

AUGUST 27 1827
DIED ON FRIDAY LAST AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS MRS. MARY GHISELIN CONSORT OF MR. JOHN D.GHISELIN OF THIS BOROUGH AGE 36.

DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN GATES COUNTY N.C. ON SAT. EVENING THE 18TH AFTER A SHORT BUT PAINFULL ILLNESS OF 3 DAYS, LEMUEL GOODMAN ESQUIRE AGE 38. HE LEFT A WIFE WHO WITH 5 SMALL CHILDREN......

DIED AT HER RESIDENCE IN MURFREESBORO N.C. ON THE 11TH INST. MRS. MARGARET WYNNS CONSORT OF MR. BENJAMIN WYNNS. HER REMAINS WERE CONVEYED TO THE ADJOINING COUNTY OF GATES AND DEPOSITED IN THE ANCIENT FAMILY GROUND. ... family may email for rest.

AUGUST 28 1827
DIED IN EDENTON NC. ON THE 17TH INSTANT. MRS. MARY C. J ONES CONSORT OF CAPTAIN. RICHARD JONES OF THAT PLACE.

AUGUST 30 1827 NEWSPAPER
DIED YESTERDAY MRS. ANN H. BRUCE AGE 62. RESIDENT OF THIS BOROUGH SINCE SHE WAS A CHILD. 20 YEARS A CHRISTIAN, AND 6 YEARS A MEMBER OF THE 2ND BAPTIST CHURCH. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM HER LATE RESIDENCE 10AM. TODAY ON CUMBERLAND STREET.

AUGUST 31 1827
DIED AT PORTSMOUTH NEW HAMPSHIRE, ON THE 18TH INSTANT DR. ROBERT L. THORN OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY AND LATE SURGEON OF THE U.S. FRIGATE CONSTELLATION.

DIED ON TUES MORNING LAST AFTER A SHORT AND SEVERE ILLNESS, WHICH SHE BORE WITH UNCOMMON FORTITUDE OF THE 16 YEAR OF HER AGE, MISS DOLLY DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM ODEON OF NORFOLK COUNTY.

SEPT 1 1827          WILLIAM BENNETT                PITTSYLVANIA

SEPT 1 1827  NEWSPAPER  DATE
DIED YESTERDAY MORNING BETWEEN 1 & 2AM. MR. EDWARD MINNER LEAVING A WIFE AND DAUGHTER. HIS FUNERAL WILLTAKE PLACE AT HIS LATE RESIDENCE, CORNER OF FREEMASON AND CHURCH 10AM. TODAY.

DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON WED THE 28TH, IN THE 8TH YEAR OF HER AGE, MALVINA ANN YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF DOCTOR E.K. AND ANN M. BROWNE OF THE COUNTY OF NANSEMOND.

SEPT 6 1827 TUES. NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN  YORK COUNTY ON THE 25TH INST. MR. ISREAL KEMP FOR MANY YEARS PASTOR OF THE BAPTIST CHURCH.

SEPT 7 1827
DIED AT HAMPTON ON WED AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS OF BILIOUS FEVER, COL. WILLIAM J. WESTWOOD AGE 31

SEPT 8 1827
DIED OF BILIOUS FEVER AT THE RESIDENCE OF DREWRY STITH, IN SURRY COUNTY ON THE 25TH, COL. JONATHAN ELLIS, AGE 47.

SEPT 11 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE TUES.
DIED YESTERDAY AT THE RESIDENCE OF HER MOTHER IN PORTSMOUTH, AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS OF BILIOUS FEVER, MISS MARY K. BLAMIRE OF THAT TOWN. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM HER MOTHER'S RESIDENCE IN PORTSMOUTH TODAY 3PM. HER REMAINS WILL BE LANDED AT FERRY WHARFT AT NORFOLK AT 4PM AND PROCEED THENCE TO THE NEW BURYING GROUND ON CUMERLAND STREET.   

DIED ON THURS 30TH AT THE COUNTRY SEAT OF DR. JAMES NORCOM IN CHOWAN COUNTY N.C. MRS. ELIZABETH  HORNIBLOW AGE 66. PREVIOUS TO REMOVING INTO THE COUNTRY, MRS. HORNIBLOW HAS RESIDED FOR MANY EYARS IN THE TOWN OF EDENTON.

IN EDENTON ON TUES  EVENING LAST, AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS. MR HEZEKIAH SANFORD A NATIVE OF PUTNAM COUNTY NY.

SEPT 15 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE SAT.
DIED AT HAMPTON ON THURS LAST MARY CLORINDA DAUGHTER OF REV. MARK L. AND MARY DIANA CHEVERS AGE 2.

SEPT 17 1827        ELIZABETH GRAY                 PITTSYLVANIA

SEPT 17 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE MONDAY
DIED ON THURS MORNING LAST AT THE RESIDENCE OF MR. S. HARTSHORN, IN THIS BOROUGH AFTER AN ILLNESS OF 3 WEEKS, MASTER ALBERT HOWARD OF YORK COUNTY AGE 16.

SEPT 22 1827
DIED INPORTSMOUTH ON WED LAST AFTER A PROTRACTED ILLNESS OF PULMONARY DISEASE IN HIS 20TH YEAR, MR. JAMES PEED SON OF MR. ROBERT PEED SR. OF THAT PLACE.

SEPT 24 1827 MONDAY
DEPARTED THIS LIFE SATURDAY EVENING AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS OF BILIOUS FEVER, MR. WILLIAM CARLINE OF THE FIRM OF MESSRS. WILLIAM M. FAUQUIER AND CO. DRUGGIST OF THIS BOROUGH. MR. C. WAS 23 YEARS OLD. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE THIS MORNING AT 10AM. FROM THE RESIDENCE OF HIS MOTHER ON BANK STREET. 

SEPT 26 1827 WED NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED ON MONDAY  AT 10PM. MR. HUGH PANNELL AGE 41. LEAVES A WIFE AND 5 CHILDREN. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE TODAY FROM HIS LATE RESIDENCE ON FENCHURCH 4PM.

SEPT 29 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON FRIDAY 21ST AGE 4. MARY VIRGINIA ONLY CHILD OF WI LLIAM H. AND GEORGIANA W. GODWIN OF NANSEMOND COUNTY. 

OCTOBER 1 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON SAT. AFTER AN ILLNESS OF 4 MONTHS MRS. ANN A. BABBINGTON A CONSORT OF MR. WILLIAM BABBINGTON OF THIS BOROUGH AGE 57. LEAVES 5 CHILDREN.

ON SAT. NIGHT LAST IN HIS 49TH YEAR AFTER AN ILLNESS OF SEVERAL WEEKS FROM  INFLAMMATION OF THE LUNGS, MR. WALTER ROSS MERCHANT TAYLOR . HE WAS A NATIVE OF SCOTLAND BUT HAD FOR MANY YEARS RESIDED IN THIS BOROUGH. HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE BAPTIST CHURCH. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FORM HIS LATE RESIDENCE ON WIDE WATER STREET 11AM TODAY.

OCTOBER 5 1827 NESPAPER DATE
DIED IN THIS BOROUGH ON WED NIGHT LAST AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS OF BILIIOUS FEVER, CAPT. W ILLIAM ADAMSON OF THE BRITISH BARQUE THOMAS WILLIS WHICH ANCHORED IN HAMPTON ROADS ON FRIDAY LAST FROM THE JAMES RIVER BOUND TO COWES ENGLAND.

AT THE RESIDENCE OF HER FATHER INDIAN FIELDS NEAR YORK TOWN VA. ON MONDAY AFTER A SHORT BUT SEVERE ILLNESS OF BILIOUS FEVER, MISSOURI THE INTERSTING DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM AND MARY MCCANDLISH AGE 3.

IN PENSACOLA ON SUNDAY 9TH JN.  HOME PURVES ES BRITISH COUNSUL FOR FLORIDA

OCTOBER 6 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT WHITE MARSH GLOUCESTER CO ON THURS 13TH OF SEPTEMBER, WILLIAM HOPROSSER AGE 26.

DIED ON WED NIGHT 3RD INST. AT HIS RESIDENCE IN NORFOLK COUNTY EDWARD COOPER AGE 41.

OCTOBER 10 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON MONDAY AFTER NOON AT THE RESIDENCE OF  MR. GEORGE B. BULLOCK, MR. CHARLES H. CARLTON AGE 19 A NATIVE OF BOSTON.

OCTOBER 11 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON TUES NIGHT AT 11PM AT HIS RESIDENCE AT HERBERTSVILLE, MR. MAXIMILLIAN HERBERT, SR. IN THIS 55 TH YEAR AFTER A SEVERE ATTACK OF GOUT.  MEMBER OF LODGES 1 & 56 ARE REQUESTED TO MEET AT THEIR LODGE ROOM 8:30AM THIS MORNING TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THEIR DECEASED BROTHER.

OCTOBER 17 1827
THE BALTIMORE PAPERS OF SAT. AND MONDAY ARE CLOTHED IN MOURNING FOR THE LOSS WHICH THAT COMMUNITY AND OUR COMMON COUNTRY  HAVE SUSTAINED IN THE DEATH OF THAT REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIER. COL. JOHN EAGER HOWARD WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON FRIDAY AT 8PM.

DIED IN PORTSMOUTH ON TUES MORNING AT THE RESIDENCE OF HER DAUGHTER MRS. LINSCOTT, MRS. PAMELIA HARTFORD AGE 70.

OCTOBER 19 1827
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON FRIDAY 12TH INST. AFTER A SHORT BUT SEVERE ILLNESS,MRS. ELIZABETH H. WOODLEY CONSORT OF MAJ. ANDREW WOODLEY OF ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY AGE15.

DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN ISLE OF WIGHT CO, ON TUES LAST 16TH, MR. SAMUEL STOTT FARMER AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS.

OCTOBER 20. 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE YESTERDAY MORNING AFTER A LONG & PAINFUL ILLNESS MRS. SARAH STEVENSON AN OLD INHABITANT OF THIS BOROUGH AND FOR THE LAST 14 YEARS AN EXEMPLARY MEMBER OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM HER LATE RESIDENCE ON CHAPEL ST TOMORROW AT 9AM.

OCTOBER 22 1827
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN HAMPTON ON SUNDAY 7TH, AFTER A ILLNESS OF BILIOUS FEVER. MR. JOHN LANDRUM AGE 39.

OCTOBER 23 1827
DIED SAT. MORN LAST. AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS, AT HIS RESIDENCE IN ST. BRIDE'S NORFOLK COUNTY, CAPT. JOHN WASHINGTON BUTT AGE 45.

IN YORK TOWN ON THE MORNING OF THE 12 AFTER A PAINFUL AND PROTRACTED ILLNESS AT HIS FATHER'S RESIDENCE, JAMES WILLS AGE 10.

OCTOBER 29 1827
DIED YESTERDAY AFTER A LONG & PAINFUL ILLNESS AT THE HOUSE OF CAPT. RICHARD DRUMMOND WHERE SHE WAS ON A VISIT. MISS SARAH S. CONQUEST A YOUNG LADY HIGHLY ESTEEMED BY RELATIVES AND FRIENDS.  FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE AT 3:30PM AT THE RESIDENCE OF CAPTAIN R. DRUMMOND ON BERMUDA STREET. 

NOV. 1 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED YESTERDAY MASTER JOHN, SON OF MR. THOMAS MAYER AGE 4.

NOV 2 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE YESTERDAY MORNING. PATRICK DORNEY. A NATIVE OF IRELAND AGE 46. LEAVES A WIFE AND 3 CHILDREN. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM HIS LATE RESIDENCE ON CHURCH ST 11AM.

NOV 05. 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
MR. JOHN R. STEED DELEGATE ELECT FROM THIS BOROUGH TO THE APROACHING SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. .....  HE DIED SATURDAY BETWEEN 3 & 4PM.  very long obit. family may email me for rest.

NOV 6 1827
DIED ON SUNDAY EVNEING AFTER AN ILLNESS OF SEVERAL WEEKS FROM TYPHUS FEVER. MRS. MATTY STARK CONSORT OF DR. ROBERT B. STARK OF THIS BOROUGH. obit is long, family may email me for rest.

AT PENSACOLA ON THE 12 OF OCT. OF YELLOW FEVER. MR. JOHN M. GAYLE FORMERLY OF PORTSMOUTH, AND LATE A LIEUTENANT OF THAT AMIRABLE CORPS OF VOLUNTEERS THE PORTSMOUTH RIFLEMEN.

NOV 7 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT HER RESIDENCE IN HAMPTON ON SUNDAY NIGHT LAST AFTER A VERY SHORT ILLNESS.MRS. LOUISA ARMISTEAD THE ESTIMABLE AND BELIEVED CONSORT OF WESTWOOD S. ARMISTEAD CLERK OF ELIZABETH CITY COURT. SHE HAS LEFT FIVE CHILDREN THE OLDEST ONLY 10. 

NOV 8 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN RICHMOND ON SAT MORNING LAST SOLOMON JACOBS AGED ABOUT 50  YEARS FOR THE LAST 30 OF WHICH HE HAD BEEN A RESIDENT OF THAT CITY, WHRE HE WAS HIGHLY RESPECTED AND ESTEEMED.

NOV 09. 1827
WE REGRET TO STATE THAT A MAN BY THE NAME OF ZACHARIAH MASON FORMERLY RESIDING NEAR CRANEY ISLAND BUT MORE RECENTLY KEEPING A SMALL GROCERY STORE NEAR TOWN BRIDE CAME TO HIS DEATH ON WED NIGHT BY THE EXCESSIVE USE OF LAUDANUM.

DIED IN PHILADELPHIA ON THE 30TH MR. WILLIAM C. BUTLER MERCHANT OF ELIZABETH CITY N.C.

IN PHILADELPHIA ON THE SAME DAY JOSIAH TOWNSEND A RESIDENT OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY NC. HE HAS LEFT A LARGE FAMILY TO MOURN THEIR LOSS.

NOV 11 1827
DIED YESTERDAY MORNING IN HER 28TH YEAR AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS MRS. MARY ANN P. CURRIER CONSORT OF MR. NATHANIEL CURRIER OF THIS BOROUGH. SHE HAS LEFT TWO CHILDREN ONE OF THEM ONLY ABOUT A MONTH OLD.

NOV. 13 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED IN THIS BOROUGH. ON TUES 6TH MARY ELIZA & FRANCES MUNFORD DAUGHTERS OF CONWAY AND CHLOE WHITTLE THE ELDER AGE 2  YEARS 5 MONTHS THE YOUNGER 3 WEEKS.

NOV. 15 1827
DIED IN BALTIMORE ON FRIDAY LAST AFTER A PAINFUL SICKNESS OF CONSIDERABLE DURATION JOHN DONNELL PRESIDENT OF THE BRANCH OF THE BANK OF THE UNITED STATES  ESTABLISHED IN THAT CITY.

NOV 19 1827         WILLIAM SHELTON               PITTSYLVANIA       

NOV 19 1827         ELLIS  WILSON                      PITTSYLVANIA

NOV 21 1827
WE OBSERVE BY THE MARINE REPORT OF THE BRIG, LA GRANGE. CAPT. DEVEREAUX WHICH ARRIVED AT NY ON THURS LAST IN 32 DAYS PASSAGE FROM GOTTENBURG THAT MR. EDWARD HARRIS SEAMAN OF NORFOLK A PROMISING YOUNG MAN DIED ON BOARD THE 11TH INST.  

DEPARTED THIS LIFE YESTERDAY MORNING, BELVIDERE FOSTER DAUGHTER OF MR. FRANCIS FOSTER, DEC'D LATE OF THIS BOROUGH AGED 16 YEARS.

DIED IN ELIZABETH CITY N.C. ON THE 12TH INST. MR. JOHN N. HAGENAU. AGE 70. FORMERLY A RESPECTABLE MERCHANT OF HIS BOROUGH. MR. H. WAS A NATIVE OF THE CITY OF LUNEBURG IN GERMANY AND HAS BEEN A RESIDENT OF THE U.S. STATES SINCE 1784.

NOV 22 1827
IT IS WITH DEEP SORROW THAT WE ANNOUNCE THE SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. THOMAS GIBBS, BRICKLAYER, OF THIS BOROUGH A MAN OF THE MOST AMIABLE CHARACTER.... FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE 11AM TODAY FROM HIS LATE RESIDENCE ON FREEMASON STREET. 

NOV. 23 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
THE ON. ST. GEORGE TUCKER, LATE JUDGE OF THE VIRGINIA DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, DIED ON THE 10TH AT WARMINSTER IN THE COUNTY OF NELSON IN THE 76TH YEAR OF HIS LIFE.very long obit family may email me for rest.

DIED AT BELLFIELD ON MONDAY NIGHT LAST AFTER A SHORT BUT SEVERE ILLNESS OF BILIOUS PLEURISY MR. GEORGE B.GARRISON, OF THE FIRM OF J.S. & G.B. GARRISON  MERCHANTS OF THIS BOROUGH.

NOV 27 1827
DIED AT LEXINGTON ON MONDAY, COLONELWILLIAM MONROE AGE 85. CO. M. WAS ORDERLY SERGEANT IN THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON APRIL 29 1775, THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.  very long obit. family may email me for rest.

DIED ON FRIDAY NIGHT AFTER A TEDIOUS AND PAINFUL ATTACK OF RHEUMUTISM MR. GEORGE APPLETON A NATIVE YORKSHIRE ENGLAND AGE 54 AND OCCASIONALLY A RESIDENT OF THIS TOWN FOR THE LAST 22  YEARS.

NOV 28 1827
IT IS WITH REGRET THAT WE ANNOUNCE THE DEATH OF MR. BILLINGS TISDALE WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON WED EVENING 25TH AFTER A LONG AND PROTRACTED ILLNESS OF DROPSY. MR. TISDALE WAS A NATIVE OF CONNECTICUT BUT FOR THE LAST 10 OR 12 YEARS A REPECTABLE CITIZEN OF OUR TOWN. HE HAS LEFT A WIFE AND 2 CHILDREN.

DIED ON MONDAY EVENING 26TH MRS. SARAH H. GREEN, CONSORT OF MR. JOHN GREEN IN THE 53RD YEAR OF HER AGE, A RESIDENT OF HIS BOROUGH FOR THE LAST 30 YEARS AND MEMBER OF THE BAPTIST CHURCH. FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE FROM THE CUMBERLAND STREET BAPTIST CHURCH THIS AFTERNOON 3PM.

NOV. 29 1827
DIED ON SATURDAY NIGHT IN THE 23RD INST. OF MRS. MARGARET, THE LOVELY WIFE OF GEORGE BLAIR THE AMIABLE THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE ACCOMPLISHED DAUGHTER OF DOCTOR M.E. SAYER OF EDENTON N.C. AGE 19 AND THE MOTHER OF TWO CHILDREN.

DIED ON TUES MORNING LAST WILLIAM HENRY SON OF MR HENRY OUTEST AGE 15 MONTHS.

NOV 30 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON FRIDAY 23. MRS. ABIGAIL HITCHCOCK, CONSORT OF MR. CLARK HITCHCOCK,AGE 35. A NATIVE OF CONNECTICUT, BUT FOR THE LAST 12 YEARS A RESIDENT OF THIS BOROUGH. FOR SEVERAL YEARS A MEMBER OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BUT A FEW MONTHS SINCE HAS WITHDRAWN AND  ASSOCIATED HERSELF AND HER HUSBAND WITH THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. OF WHICH SHE DIED A WORTHY MEMBER. 

DEC 3 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED ON SAT. MORNING  AFTER A FEW DAYS ILLNESS. MR. CHAS S. BAKER AGE 29. FORMERLY A RESIDENT OF NY BUT FOR THE LAST 2 YRS A RESIDENT OF HIS BOROUGH.

DEC 4 1827
DIED ON FRIDAY MONRING LAST AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS. MR. WILLIAM FENTRESS A SUBSTANTIAL FARMER OF PAC OF WHOM IT MAY BE TRULY SAID HE WAS AN AFFECTIONATE HUSBAND, FATHER AND A KIND MASTER AND A TRULY HONEST MAN.

ON SAT. EVENING 6:30PM. AGE 87. MARTIN OSTER EX VICE CONSUL OF FRANCE FOR THE STATE OF VA. relatives may email me for the rest.

DEC 5 1827
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE IN NEW TOWN, PAC. ON SUN. MORNING MAJOR RICHARD H. LAWSON AGE 53. MAJOR LAWSON ENTERED THE U.S. NAVY IN 1797 AND BORE THE COMMISSION OF LIEUTENANT WHICH HE RESIGNED IN 1803.

DEC 17 1827          PHILIP L. GRASTY                 PITTSYLVANIA

DEC 12 1827
DIED AT PROVIDENCE IN MATTHEWS CO. ON SUNDAY EVNEING 2ND. BENJAMIN BRAMHALL. HE WAS FORMERLY A CITIZEN OF PLYMOUTH MASS HAS LEFT A WIFE AND 1 CHILD.

DEC 13 1827
DIED IN WILMINGTON N.C. ON THE 29TH SEPT. LAST MR. THOMAS W. HEDRICK FORMERLY OF THIS BOROUGH, AGE 33.

DIED IN WASHINGTON CITY ON THE 29TH PATRICK FERRALL IN THE 84TH YEAR. MR. FERRALL ENTERED THE TREASURY DEPT IN THE 1777 AND WAS A PRINCIPAL CLERK IN THE AUDITORY'S OFFICE FOR UPWARDS OF 40 YEARS WHEN HE RESIGNED THE OFFICE.

DEC 18 1827
DIED AT SEA ABOUT OCT 4 1827 ON BOARD THE SHIP PROTECTION OF WHICH HE WAS THE COMMANDER. CAPTAIN GEORGE BLAIR. HE SET SAIL FROM HAMPTON ROADS ON SEPT. 20TH. relatives may email me for rest.

IN AUGUST LAST, CAPT. SHERMAN MITCHELL OF THIS BOROUGH, MASTER OF THE SCHOONER MARY ELEANOR ON  HIS PASSAGE FROM SAVANNAH GEORGE BOUND TO BALTIMORE. THE SCHOONER PUT BACK TO SAVANNAH WHERE CAPT. MITCHELL WAS INTERRED.
 
DEC 20 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON MONDAY  AGE 39 MR. J. BALCON FORMERLY ATTACHED TO THE U.S.S. NORTH CAROLINA. HE WAS BORNE TO THE GRAVE BY HIS FORMER SHIP MATES FROM HIS LATE RESIDENCE AT THE HOUSE OF MR. G. COOK.

DEC 25 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON SUN NIGHT. MR. JOHN CAMPBELL 2ND SERGEANT OF THE NORFOLK JUNIOR VOLUNTEERS A GENTLEMAN MUCH ESTEEMED BY HIS FRIENDS.

DEC 29 1827 NEWSPAPER DATE
DIED ON SAT. MORNING LAST AFTER AN ILLNESS OF 6 MONTHS. MR. WILLIAM CLEMMITT. HE HAS LEFT A WIFE AND 4 SMALL CHILDREN.

FEB 18 1828          ELIZABETH CALLAND            PITTSYLVANIA

APR 21 1828          JOHN JENKINS                     PITTSYLVANIA

MAY 19 1828         JAMES M. AIKEN                   PITTSYLVANIA

JUN 3 1828          STEPHEN H. DILLARD           HANOVER COUNTY        OLD 62

JUN 9 1825    CAPTAIN ROBERT HATTON         LIBERIA                                                HERALD NEWSPAPER 

JUN 16 1828         ELZABETH JEFFERSON       PITTSYLVANIA

JUN 16 1828         WILLIAM WARE                    PITTSYLVANIA

JUL 21 1828         JOSHUA PRITCHETT SR.        PITTSYLVANIA

JUL 21 1828         JOHN WIMBISH                     PITTSYLVANIA

AUG 18 1828          JOSEPH ROSSON                 PITTSYLVANIA

AUG 20 1828          THOMAS WINGO                   PITTSYLVANIA

SEPT 26 1828       BENJAMIN F. DOSWELL        HANOVER COUNTY       PAGE 177

OCT 28 1828          JOHN ROBERTSON               PITTSYLVANIA

NOV 17 1828          MARLIN FARMER                  PITTSYLVANIA

DEC 01 1828          JACOB SHUSTER SR.           NORFOLK                                            HERALD NEWSPAPER

DEC 15 1828          JAMES L. COX                      PITTSYVLANIA

JAN 17 1829          STERLIN LANKFORD             HANOVER COUNTY       PAGE 83

JAN 18 1829           JAMES HAGARD                   PITTSYLVANIA

FEB 16 1829          JOHN  BALL                           PITTSYLVANIA

MAR 16 1829         MOSES KIRBY                       PITTSYLVANIA

MAR 16 1829         ABRAHAM  SYDNOR             PITTSYLVANIA

MAR 24 1829          JOEL JONES                         HANOVER OCUNTY       PAGE 77

MAR 25 1829         JOHN THORNTON JR.            HANOVER COUNTY       PAGE 143

MAY 18 1829         WILLIAM RICE                        PITTSYLVANIA 

JUL 20 1829           ANN MCALLISTER                 PITTSYLVANIA

JULY 20 1829         ABRAHAM SHELTON             PITTSYLVANIA

AUG 24 1829         JAMES SPEARS                    HANOVER COUNTY       PAGE 126

OCT 19 1829           WILLIAM DIX                         PITTSYLVANIA

Nov 21 1829       NATHANIEL BOWE                     HANOVER COUNTY       PAGE 20


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