Stockbridge Massachusetts Deaths to 1850 – D Surnames

DAVIS, David H., s. B. T. and Elizabeth, Mar. 8, 1843, a. 8 m. G.R.3.
Henry, widr., laborer, “Intoxicated asleep on R. R. track & run over by cars,” Aug. 21, 1848.
Julia M., inf. d. B. T. and Elizabeth, Dec. 28, 1844. G.R.3.

DEAN, Abigail, w. Capt. Waller, Apr. 11, 1811, in 56th y. G.R.1.

DEMING, Abia, w. Lt. John, Jan. 26, 1801. Arabella, Nov. 15, 1809, a. 18. G.R.1.
John Jr., July 29, 1795, a. 39. G.R.1.
John Lt., June 17, 1815, in 80th y. [June 18, G.R.1.]
Patty, Dec. 7, 1808, a. 15. G.R.1.

DEWEY, Frederic W., , 1846. G.R.3.
Joseph G., s. Solomon B. and Sophia A., July 24, 1840, a. 2 y. 8 m. G.R.2.

DIBBLE, Mary, June 5, 1812, in Soth y.

DINGMAN, Jacob A., farmer, b. Kinderhook, N.Y., s. Peter and Gertrude, consumption, Oct. 6, 1849, a. 27 y. 9 m. II d. [a. 27, G.R.2.]
Peter Jr., Nov. 6, 1846, a. 27, in Camargo, Mexico. G.R.2.
Peter, m., farmer, b. Kinderhook, N.Y., bilious colic, Apr. 16, 1848, a. 56 y. 5 m. [a. 57, G.R.2.]

DODGE, Lydia, d. David N. and Sophia, convulsions, June 28, 1845, a. I y. I m. 4 d.

DORR, Mary Esther, negro, d. Tobias and Sophia, consumption,
Sept. 17, 1849, a. 11 y. 8 m.
Sophia, m., d. Prince Cooley and Esther, inflammation of bowels, Feb. 26, 1848, a. 44 y. 10 m. 26 d.

DOUD, John Freedley, s. Samuel and Elizabeth, Apr. 4, 1847, a. 11 m. 7 d. [Dowd, s. Samuel and Elizabeth M., Apr. 3, a. 11 m. 8 d., G.R.3.]

DRAKE, Abiah [h. Anna], Mar. 28, 1813, a. 55 y. 9M. 22d. G.R.1.

DRYER, Clarissa Matilda, d. Daniel and Judith, Aug. 16, 1814, in 4th y.
Deliverance, w. William, Apr. 27, 1796, in 42d y. G.R.2.
Deliverance, d. William and Deliverance, July 2, 1797, in 19th y. G.R.2.
Hannah, Jan. -, 1829, a. 33. C.R.1. William, Sept. 1, 1819, in loth y.

DUNBAR, Samuel, m., teamster, b. Middletown, Conn., accidental, Feb. 5, 1846, a. 74 y. 1t m. 18 d. [a. 75, G.R.2.]
Wealthy, Mrs., Nov. 15, 1830, a. 23. C.R.1.


Topics:
Death Records,

Collection:
Town of West Stockbridge, Mass. Vital records of West Stockbridge, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. Boston: New-England Historic Genealogical Society at the charge of the Eddy Town-Record Fund. 1907.

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