North American Review - Sept 1815
(Contrib. by Kim
In Union, Maine,
James Larnard, killed by lightning.
General Stephen Badlam, aged 64. Drowned in crossing Connecticut River in the
Bond, a merchant of New York, formerly
of Boston, a young man deeply regretted by his friends.
Middleborough Rev. Joseph
Barker, aged 64, formerly a member of
In Old York, Maine, Major Samuel Sewall, aged
91, the first constructor of wooden bridges by driving piles in this
Class of 1862 – JOHN A. STAPLES. M.S.,
1866. B. 5 Sept., 1841, Lyman, Me. Business. D. 25 June, 1912,
Source is: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1911-1912,
Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.
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