D Surnames – Medfield, Massachusetts Death Records

DANIEL (see Daniell, Daniels, Dannills)

Elisabeth, w. Ebenezer, Apr. 25, 1706.
Zech, s. Joseph, May 2, 1687.

DANIELL (see Daniel, Daniels, Dannills)

Jeremiah, s. Joseph and Marie, June 16, 1680.
Mehittabell, d. Joseph and Mary, June 3, 1686.

DANIELS (see Daniel, Daniell, Dannills)

Rachel, w. Joseph, 3, 1687 [rec. after May 2].
, Mrs., Apr. 4, 1842, a. 78.

DANIELSON (see Danilson)

Caroline Augusta, d. Dr. Lothario and Mary, Nov. 3, 1806.
Mary, w. Dr. Lothario, Nov. 6, 1812.

DANILSON (see Danielson)

William Cowper, s. Dr. Lothario and Mary, Mar. 14, 1806.

DANNILLS (see Daniel, Daniell, Daniels)

Mary, w. Joseph (Daniells), June 9, [16]82.

DAVIS

Mary Lydia, d. George and Mary B., congestive fever, Oct 13, 1843, a. 5.
W[illia]m Prentiss, s. Geo[rge] and Mercy, dropsy on the brain, Sept. I, 1846, a. 3 y. 4 m. 8 d.

DAY

Lydia, w. Maj. Jonathan, Feb. 25, 1781.

DEGO

Thankful, colored, Nov. 9, 1838, “supposed to be near 90 years of Age.”

DERBY

Benjiman Pickman, cholera morbus, Dec. 30, 1842, a. 5.
Elias H., “hung himself,” Dec. 3, 1840, a. 44.
Sarah A., d. Mary D., July 25, 1837.

DORR

Jonathan, Lt, Apr. 20, 1776.

DOWNS

Thomas, ” a native of Boston,” ” Burnt,” Feb. 26, 1806.

DRAPER

Hannah, w. Daniel of Brighton, May n, 1825, a. 32.
James of Dover, Nov. — , 1789.

DROWN

Rhoda, wid., May 2, 1834, a. 100 y. 3 m.

DUNTON

Benjamin, h. Margret, Oct 6, 1768.
Benjamin, s. Gershom and Taphenes, June 27, 1781.
Margret, d. Benjaman and Margret, Oct. 17, 1776.

DWIGHT (see Dwite)

Calle, d. Calle, June — , 1785.
Elisebeth, wid. Capt John, Apr. 9, 1758.
Experience, wid., Mar. 2, 1800.
Hannah, d. Seth and Hannah, Nov. 5, 1761.
Hannah, wid. Seth, June 18, 1792.
John, Capt., h. Elisebeth, Mar. 30, 175 1.
Orion, s. Timothy and Caroline, Aug. 18, 1776.
Seth, h. Hannah, Nov. 19, 1776.
Sybill, d. John and Elisabeth, Aug. 20, 17 n.
Timothy, s. John and Elisabeth, Nov. 12, 1715.

DWITE (see Dwight)

John, s. Timothie and Dorcas, Jan. 28, 1672.
Marie, w. Timothie, Feb. 8, 1668.
Timothie, “mortally wounded by y e Indians,” Mar. 9, [163]5-6.

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