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North American Review - Sept 1815
(Contrib. by Kim Torp)


In Union, Maine,
James Larnard, killed by lightning.

At Milton,
General Stephen Badlam, aged 64. Drowned in crossing Connecticut River in the stage.

Mr. Royal Bond, a merchant of New York, formerly of Boston, a young man deeply regretted by his friends.

At Middleborough
Rev. Joseph Barker, aged 64, formerly a member of Congress.

In Old York, Maine,
Major Samuel Sewall, aged 91, the first constructor of wooden bridges by driving piles in this country.

Class of 1862 JOHN A. STAPLES. M.S., 1866. B. 5 Sept., 1841, Lyman, Me. Business. D. 25 June, 1912, Boston, Mass.
Source is: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1911-1912, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.

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