William D. Huntington, Report, circa 4 March 1844

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DEATHS—For the week ending Monday the 4th inst. [4 Mar. 1844]
Sarah Maryetta Seely, 11m 27d; measles.
Mary M. Kelsey, 4d.
Benjamin Kempton, 29y 2m 27d; consumption.
Jane Hicks, 2y 4m 2d; sore throat.
Isaac Snyder, 56y 13d; lung fever.
Jerone Noble, 7m; dropsey in the head.
Joseph S. Coolidge, 1y 11d; inflamation on the lungs.
Total 7.
, Sexton.
DIED—In , on the 24th ult. [24 Feb. 1844], with lingering consumption, Julia Mariah, infant daughter of Charles and Sally M. Thompson; aged 1 year, 11 months and 19days.
—In this city, on the 19th of January [1844], of one day's illness, Hyrum Smoot, an adopted son of A[braham] O. and M. S. Smoot, aged seven months and eighteen days; supposed to be of croop and inflamationon the bowels. [p. [3]]
DEATHS—For the week ending Monday the 4th inst. [4 Mar. 1844]
Sarah Maryetta Seely, 11m 27d; measles.
Mary M. Kelsey, 4d.
Benjamin Kempton, 29y 2m 27d; consumption.
Jane Hicks, 2y 4m 2d; sore throat.
Isaac Snyder, 56y 13d; lung fever.
Jerone Noble, 7m; dropsey in the head.
Joseph S. Coolidge, 1y 11d; inflamation on the lungs.
Total 7.
, Sexton.
DIED—In , on the 24th ult. [24 Feb. 1844], with lingering consumption, Julia Mariah, infant daughter of Charles and Sally M. Thompson; aged 1 year, 11 months and 19days.
—In this city, on the 19th of January [1844], of one day's illness, Hyrum Smoot, an adopted son of Abraham O. and M. S. Smoot, aged seven months and eighteen days; supposed to be of croop and inflamationon the bowels. [p. [3]]
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