Baltimore City, Maryland
Obituaries

A-B


ABERCROMBIE, Miss Charlotte, late of the Baltimore Theatre, died 2nd inst., at Washington, age 16 years and 3 mos
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 5 Aug 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ABERCROMBIE, Mrs Sophia, died Monday morning at Philadelphia, in her 52nd year
(Baltimore American, 13 Nov 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ADAIR, Capt. Abraham, died 4th inst., leaving a widow and several small children. Interment in Methodist burying ground
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 6 July 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ADAMS, Charles, died at New York, second son of the President of the United States.
(Baltimore American, 5 Dec 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ADAMS, James, merchant of Baltimore , died yesterday in his 27th year.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 26 June 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ADDISON, Capt. William H., of the U. S Corps of Sea Fencibles, died Friday.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 19 Dec. 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AGNEW, Edward, died yesterday, of yellow fever.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 28 April 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AISQUITH, Edward, died yesterday at Ellicott s Mills, in his 36th year, leaving a widow and four small children.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 24 Feb. 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AISQUITH, Mr. John, died yesterday; son of Major Aisquith of Chatham St.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 30 May 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AISQUITH, Mrs Tabitha, died yesterday, in her 76th year, funeral from the residence of Edward Aisquith, Pitt St., Old Town.
(Baltimore American, 19 March 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AISQUITH, William, died yesterday in his 72nd year. During the Revolutionary struggle for independence, he took an active part.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 8 May 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AITKEN, Andrew, Jr., died yesterday in his 21st year, eldest son of Dr Andrew Aitken of Baltimore
(Baltimore Evening Post, 7 June 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AITKEN, Dr. Andrew, died yesterday, formerly a surgeon of the U S. Navy, and since the war, a respectable inhabitant of Baltimore ; funeral from his late dwelling in South St.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 10 April 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AITKEN, Mrs. Elizabeth, relict of Dr Andrew Aitken, of Baltimore ., died Monday, aged 49 years, 5 mos.
(Baltimore Wanderer, 11 Nov. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AITKEN, Dr. Hugh, died Wed., 17th inst , aged 31 years, of the U. S. Navy.
(Baltimore American, 23 Sep 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALBERS, L., of the House of Zwisler and Albers, died yesterday, leaving a widow and three small children, interment in the Lutheran burying ground.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 16 Aug 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALBERTI, Mrs. Hannah, died 24 th ult., at Phila., wife of Dr. George F. Alberti, leaving a numerous family.
(Baltimore Republican or Anti Democrat, 1 March 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALBORN, Jacob, Baltimore Americanrber of Easton, killed himself last Friday. Easton, Dec. 11 1798
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 24 Dec 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALBEIGHT, Mrs. Anna Maria, consort of John Albright, printer, died in the borough of Lancaster, on Tues.. 4th inst , in her 45th year, leaving a husband and ten children.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 17 Jan. 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALCOCK, Mrs. Elizabeth, died last Wed., in her 67th year. For many years she taught the young ladies of Baltimore
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 3 Nov. 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALCOCK, James, died last Sun , and was buried yesterday. A magistrate, he leaves a wife and several children.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 28 Aug 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALEXANDER, Mr. A , of Baltimore , died at Cap Francois
(Sep, 18 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALEXANDER, Alexander, of Alexandria, Va , died 31st ult., at Fells Point, aged 44 years.
(Baltimore Evening Post, 10 Sep1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALEXANDER, Mr. Andrew, died last Wed , in his 21st year
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 3 Nov. 1797 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALEXANDER, Robert, native of Baltimore , in North American, died yesterday, aged 64. London paper, 21 Nov 1805
(Baltimore American, 27 March 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALEXANDER, Robert, architect, late of Washington City, died at New Orleans on 3 Baltimore Evening Postt., 1st Lieut. of the Columbian Infantry.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 4 Oct. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALEXANDER, Oem William, of Carlisle, died last Sun , in his 66th year Carlisle, Dec 31.
(Baltimore Wanderer, 11 Jan 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALLEN, Mrs Christiana, wife of John Allen, died, funeral from her late dwelling near John Chalmers ropewalk.
(Baltimore Telegraph, 25 May 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALLEN, Capt John, of the Sassafras Packet, died 20th inst , in his 52nd year.
(Baltimore Mechanics' Gazette, I Sep 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)


ALLEN, Paul
Died at Baltimore on Saturday morning, the 10th instant, Paul Allen, Esq., after a short illness in the 55th year of his age. Mr. Allen was known to the public as a writer of considerable talents, both in prose and verse – to his intimates he was known as a kind friend and most affectionate son and brother.
[Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania August 30, 1826 - sub. by Nancy Piper]

ALLENDER, Miss Eliza, died at Fells Point, 17th inst., in her 20th year
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 22 Sep1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALLENDER, William, died last Tues., aged 57, on Bird River.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 6 Oct. 1796 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALLIBONE, Thomas, died last Mon , in Philadelphia.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 12 July 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALLISON, Rev Dr Patrick, senior pastor of the Presbyterian Church, died last Sat.; interment in the western burying ground
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 23 Aug. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALLSTAN, Charles, Baltimore merchant, died yesterday, aged 29 years.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 10 April 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALLSTAN, William, died in St Marys Co , on 30 Baltimore Evening Post., formerly of Baltimore .
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 10 Oct. 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALMEDA, Mrs Ann, consort of Capt Jo Baltimore Evening Post Almeda, died Sat., funeral from her late dwelling in Duke St., Old Town
(Baltimore American, 21 Feb 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALSTAN, James, Baltimore merchant, died 12th inst., in his 42nd year
(Baltimore American, 16 Sep 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALTER, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Christian Alter of Baltimore, died at Fredericksburg, Va., while on a visit.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 9 May 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALTER, John, died last Fri., in his 36th year, a longtime inhab. of Baltimore
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 3 March 1801 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ALTER, Samuel, died at Hagerstown, aged 24.
(Baltimore Patriot and Evening Advisor , 24 March 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AMBROSE, John, died at the Island of Curracoa on 8th ult., aged 23 years, a resident of Baltimore .
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 30 Dec. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AMELUNG, Frederick M., died at Port Elizabeth, leaving a family.
(Baltimore Federal Republic, 9 Sep 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AMELUNO, John Frederick, died today, aged 57, at the house of Mr Peter A Volckman in Baltimore Americannk St.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 21 Nov. 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AMOS, James, skipper of a York craft, was murdered in Cavert Alley, Norfolk
(Baltimore American, 19 Feb. 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AMOS, James. of Harford Co., died 21 Feb., aged 63, leaving a wife and several children.
(Baltimore American, 26 Feb 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AMOS, William, died 26th ult in Harf. Co. in his 97th year, for 76 years a minister of the Society of Friends. In his early life he was an officer in the militia. In 1806, many of his descendants met at Friends Meeting House in LomBaltimore Americanrd Street. He left 16 children, 92 grandchildren, 133 great-grandchildren, and 6 great-great-grandchildren. totalling 249 descendants.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 10 March 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANDERSON, Capt. J., of the schooner Anna and Maria, died at Petit Guave, 4th inst., in his 29th year.
(Baltimore Telegraph, 25 June 1796 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANDERSON, John, for several years a merchant of Baltimore., died last Thurs.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 24 Jan. 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANDERSON, John, died yesterday, leaving a wife and several small children.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 18 July 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANDREWS, Rev. John, D. D., Provost of the University of Penn. died 29th ult., aged 67.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 6 April 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANDREWS, Peter, died at Phila., 11th inst., a worthy minister of the Society of Friends.
(Baltimore Evening Post, 17 Oct. 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANOEL, James, formerly a printer, died yesterday
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 26 Sep 1797 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANNAN, Mary J. --- Died on Saturday evening the 23d ult., at the house of Mr. James A. M’Creary, near Baltimore, Mrs. Mary Jane Annan, wife of Dr. Samuel Annan of that city and daughter of Maj. John M’Kaleb, of Taney Town, Maryland,-- Centinel
(Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) August 3, 1825, sub. by Nancy Piper)

ANNAN, Dr William, died at Phila., 4 Oct., leaving a widow
(Baltimore Telegraph 11 Oct. 1797 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)


ANSPACH, Mrs. Eliza, died yesterday in her 22nd year, widow of the late Henry Anspach, who died 6 months ago.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 20 Dec. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANSPACH, Henry N., merchant of the House of Von Kapf and Anspach, died leaving a widow
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 20 June 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ANTHONY, Jacob, musical instrument maker, died Sat , 29th ult., in his 68th year. He was a native of Germany, but resided in Baltimore . for over 40 years.
(Baltimore American, 7 Jan. 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

APPLETON, Charles H., age 45, died in Baltimore Co., Md., Sept. 29. He was a native of Boston, but for many years a resident of Baltimore. (Oct. 4, 1831)
Source: National Intelligencer, as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K. Torp

ARCHER, Dr John, a member of Congress, died Fri., 28th ult., at his seat in Harf Co.
(Baltimore Federal Republic, 11 Oct. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ARMISTEAD, Charles Canter, of the House of Armistead and Canter, of Baltimore, died yesterday in his 26th year.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 13 Nov. 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ARMISTEAD, Mrs. Lucinda, relict of the late John Armistead of Caroline Co , Va., died in Alexandria, 26th ult., in her 71st year. At one time she had four sons in the service of their country, one was a captain in the Rifle Corps, and fell at Fort Erie.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 2 Dec 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ARMISTEAD, Theodorick, Navy Agent of the U S , died Fri., 20th inst., at his residence in Norfolk.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 30 Nov. 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ARMITAGE, Mr. Jonas Osborn, died 27th inst at Fells Point, in his 23rd year He was a Mason and a member of Capt. Thomas Sheppard s infantry
(Baltimore American, 29 Oct. 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ARMOUR, David, died yesterday in his 42nd year; funeral from his late residence in South St.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 12 Nov. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ARMOUR, Matthew -- An inquest was held on Sunday the 19th instant, by Coroner Aisquith, at the tavern, corner of Franklin and pica streets, Baltimore over the body of Matthew Armour, lying dead in said tavern. Verdict that he hung himself in a state of insanity. – Patriot.
[Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, PA, November 29, 1826 - Submitted by N. Piper]

ARMSTRONG, Mrs. Catherine C , wife of Dr. R. W Armstrong, of Salto., died 29th ult., in her 26th year, leaving her husband and her father.
(Baltimore American, 4 May 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ARMSTRONG, MAJ. HORATIO GATES
Near Baltimore, Md., April 5, ae. 68.
Source Citation:
Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY. 1859. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.


ARMSTRONG, James, bricklayer, aged 40, died last night, funeral from his late residence, Franklin, near Howard St
(Baltimore Evening Post, 12 Sep 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ARMSTRONG, Mrs. Jane, wife of James Armstrong, Sr., died 6th inst. in her 52nd year
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 16 Dec 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ASHBAW, John, died at his residence in A A Co., on 27th ult., in his 44th year, leaving a wife and two children
(Baltimore Whig, 4 Dec. 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ASHMAN, Mrs. Ann Greenbury, died 11th inst
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 12 Feb. 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ASKINS, Rev. George, died at Fredericktown, on Wed., 28th ult., aged 39
(Baltimore Wanderer, 9 March 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ASSURY, Francis, Bishop of the M. E. Church, died 31 March, aged 72, near Fredericksburg, Va.
(Baltimore American, 11 April 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ASPLAND, Mathias, Swedish sailor, died at City Hospital, prior to 18 Sept
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 20 Sep.1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ATKINSON, Mrs. Ann, wife of August Atkinson, died Wed. morning.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 29 March 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ATKINSON, Anthony, native of Eng., died yesterday in his 68th year He has lived in this country for 30 years.
(Baltimore American, 8 Nov. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ATKINSON, August, died Thurs. , in his 29th year; interment in Parson Otterbine s burial ground.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 23 Feb. 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

ATKINSON, George, hatter, of Fells Point, died Sat. aged 32 years
(Baltimore American, 2 Sep 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AUCHINCLOSS, John, Jr., Salto merchant, died in New York last Sun. in his 23rd year.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 1 April 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AULD, Sgt. James, a member of the First Baltimore Volunteers, died at Suffalo on 3rd inst.
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 16 Jan. 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AUSTIN, James, died 11th inst. He lived about 27 miles from Salto
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 18 Aug. 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

AYRES, Samuel, died last Sat , in Elizabeth Town Elizabeth Town, 22 Sep.1801
(Baltimore Federal Gazette, 29 Sep 1801 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BACHE, Benjamin Franklin, editor of the Aurora, has died of the fever at Phila., on 11 Sept.
(BTD, 14 Sept. 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BACHE, Richard, of Settle, Bucks Co , Penn. , died 29th ult in his 74th year.
(BFR, 2 Aug. 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BACHE, Mrs. Sarah, wife of Richard Bache, and dau. of the late Benjamin Franklin, died last Wed., at her house in Phila., aged 64 years Aurora.
(BW, 12 Oct. 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BACKER, John P , nephew of Adrian Valok of Baltimore , died yesterday in his 30th year
(BFO, 3 May 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAER, George, Sr., died at Frederick Town, Md , on 21st ult., in his 79th year.
(BEP, 4 Aug. 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAHNE, Mrs. Barbara, died last Mon. in her 67th year
(BFg, 17 March 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)
 
BAILEY, Mrs. Eliza, consort of Joseph Bailey, druggist of Baltimore dau. of Joseph Tatnall of Brandywine, died last Thurs in Wilmington, Del.
(BEP, 2 Nov. 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAILEY, Enoch, a revolutionary soldier, died last evening
(BFG, 16 April 1808). (BEP, same date, states he was in his 50th year, funeral from his late residence in Market Space sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAILEY, Enoch Fry, only son of Capt. Enoch Bailey of Baltimore , died after an illness of 10 days, aged 7 mos
(BA, 24 Oct. 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAILEY, Thomas, attorney at law, late of Baltimore , died 4th inst., in Savannah
(BFG, 23 Sept. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAILY, John, native of Baltimore. Co., died at Plattsburg, N Y , on 16th ult., aged 21; member of Capt. Burd s Troop of U S. Light Dragoons.
(BFG, 15 Dec. 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAKER, Dr., formerly Health Officer of Baltimore , died last Thurs.
(BFG, 11 Oct. 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAKER, Alexander, merchant of Portland, Ma.., died in Baltimore., on Thurs., of typhus; aged 38. He had came to Baltimore for his health, and leaves a wife and several children in Portland.
(BFG, 4 March 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAKER, Isaac, died Thurs , 26th inst., son of William Baker, merchant of Baltimore., in his 6th year.
(BFG, 1 March 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAKER, Joseph, a citizen of Baltimore, committed suicide Feb. 21 at York, Pa. (March 7, 1831)
Source: National Intelligencer, as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K. Torp

BAKER, Miss Mary, dau. of Benjamin Baker, of Fells Point, died yesterday in her 21st year.
(BFG, 19 Feb. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAKER, Mrs. Mary, wife of Charles Baker, died 13th inst., at Fells Point, aged 21, leaving a husband and one child.
(BT, 18 Jan. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAKER, Nancy, died yesterday in her 19th year, dau of Benjamin Baker of Fells Point Another sister died scarcely 12 months ago
(BFG, 15 March 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAKER, William, merchant, died Sat morning, in his 68th year; funeral from the House of Wm Baker and Son, Market St
(BA, 1 Jan 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BALL, William, of Phila., died Wed., 30 May, in his 81st year The long obit gives an account of his Masonic activities and the funeral ceremonies.
(BEP, 8 June 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BALL, William, died this morning in his 54th year, leaving a wife and several children.
(BPEA, 2 June 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BALTZELL, Major Charles, died 31st ult., at his farm near Woods borough, Fred. Co., in his 77th year A native of Germany, he came to this country over 50 years ago, and served in the Rev. War. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati.
(BFG, 17 Jan. 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

Daniel B. Banks
Newspaper: Gallipolis Journal, (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday, February 04, 1875
Date: February 04, 1875
Submitters Name: Kathy McDaniel
Obit: Daniel B. Banks, on of the oldest and wealthiest business men of Baltimore, died on the 28th ult. in his eighty-first year. He came to the city a poor boy, and attibuted his success to his minding his own business, and not mixing in other people's.

BANKSON, Col. John, died yesterday at his late residence in Baltimore. He entered the army at the start of the Rev., and served in Canada as a Captain At the end of the war he was adjutant, brigade major and inspector general of the Penna. Line. For many years he was an inhabitant of Baltimore.
(BFG, 6 June 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BANNEKER, Benjamin, a black man, died Sun., 9th inst , at his residence in Baltimore. Co., in his 73rd year.
(Long obit) (BFG, 28 Oct. 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BANNERMAN, John, of Baltimore., died last Tues., an engraver, he was in his 33rd year, and was a native of Scotland.
(BFG, 29 June 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BANNING, Jereniah, Jr., son of Col. Henry Banning, of Tal. Co., died yesterday
(BFG, 2 April 1796 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BANTZ, John, died today, aged 50, leaving a widow and one son.
(BFG, 27 Oct. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BANTZ, Miss Margaret, only dau. of Mr. John Bantz, died last Sun in her 14th year.
(BFG, 15 Oct 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARBER, Mr. Cornelius, died at his seat in St. M Co., 25 Jan., aged 86, leaving a wife and children.
(BT, 1 March 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARBER, Mr Thonas, of the firm of Hand and Barber, died last Mon.; a nenber of the 5th Regiment.
(BEO, 2 Oct. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARBIE, A C , died in the country on 15th inst., merchant taylor of Baltimore., funeral fron his res. in Water St
(BA, 17 May 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARCLAY, Mrs , wife of Rev Francis Barclay, rector of Wm. and Mary Parish in St. M. Co., died 9th ult.
(BER, 10 Oct. 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARCLAY, William, merchant of the firn of Barclay and M Kean, died yesterdays funeral from his late res. At Mrs Gordon s, next door above the post office
(BW, 3 Jan 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARGE, Jacob, died at Phila on Mon., 8th inst , in his 87th yr.
(BFG, 10 Aug. 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARLING, Aaron, died yesterday, in his 41st year.
(BFG, 11 Oct l806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNABY, Elias, died this morning, an old inhabitant of Baltimore.
(BFG, 26 June 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNES, Miss Ann, dau. of James Barnes of Kent Co.,died, funeral from the house of Capt Barnes, corner of Lancaster and Ann Sts , Fells Point.
(BA, 16 July 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNES, Hiram, printer, died this morning, in his 24th year.
(BFG, 27 Jan 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNES, Johnson, son of James Barnes of Peachbottom Ferry, on the Susquehanna, died. Obit gives account of his symptoms. (BRAD, 6 Aug. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNES, Mrs Mahala, died last 25 Aug , in her 25th year; funeral sermon will be preached this Sun. at Christ Church
(BA, 15 Sept. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNES, Mrs. Margaret, died 25 Aug. in her 25th year. A funeral sermon will be preached from Christ Church.
(BFG, 14 Sept 1804 obviously the same individual as in the previous entry. RWB sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNES, MAJ. SAMUEL B.
Baltimore, Md., Dec. 14, ae. 72, one of the defenders. Maj. Barnes went to Baltimore city from his native county, Queen Anne's, at an early age, and learned the printing business. After the conclusion of his apprenticeship he moved to Frederick City, and there conducted the Examiner for several years. During his residence there he participated in the defense of Baltimore, and held the rank of major in the battle of North Point. He was four times elected to represent the County of Frederick in the state legislature. He then returned to Baltimore, and in 1841 assumed the editorial department of the Baltimore Clipper, of which he continued to be editor for 16 years. For some time past he had lived in retirement at his late residence. He was a whig in principle, and an earnest advocate of the principles of the American party - a consistent politician, fearless in the defense of right or in the condemnation of wrong.
Source Citation:
Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY. 1859. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.


BARNES, Whitely, died, in the 39th year of his age
(BA, 15 June 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNES, William, died Thurs., 17th inst , long a res of Baltimore he leaves a widow and two children.
(BA, 19 March 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNETT, Mrs , wife of William Barnett, died.
(BPE, 17 Aug. 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNETT, Mr. Manning, son of Thomas Barnett of Dorset Co., died last Sat. morning at Fells Point, aged 21 years.
(BFG, 14 Sept. 1802sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNEY, Mrs Ann, wife of Commodore Barney, died yesterday, the funeral will be from her house in Charles St
(BFG, 26 July 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNEY, Miss Hebe, dau. of John H Barney, died 19th inst. (
BFG, 22 March 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNEY, Rawlins L., only son of Louis BARNEY, of Baltimore, died Oct. 30, in the 16th year of his age. (Nov. 2, 1831)
Source: National Intelligencer, as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K. Torp

BARNEY, Mrs. Rebecca, wife of William B. Barney, died Thurs
(BFG, 18 July 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNHILL, Thomas, of the town of Strabane, northern Ireland, died last Sat.
(BT, 5 Dec. 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARNS. Mrs, Mary, wife of Hosier Barns, died in Harf. Co , last En, leaving a number of small children.
(BFG, 22 March 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARON, Mrs. Ann, consort of John Baron, died 1st inst., in her 27th year.
(BFG, 4 Nov. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARR, Mrs Araminta, wife of William Barr, merchant of Elkton, died at that place on 11th inst.
(BFG, 16 Aug. 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRETT, Miss Maria, of Cecil Co., died last Sat. in the convent of Rockland Earn, Cecil Co. On Mon. her remains were interred in St Mary Ann s Episcopal burying ground Her large fortune has fallen into the hands of someone who is in now wise related to her, while several nephews and nieces are objects of charity
(BEP, 13 March 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRON, Mrs Mary, died Mom., 18th inst , in her 60th year.
(BT, 20 March 1801 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRON, Commodore Samuel, of 11. 5. Navy, died 20th ult. in Hampton
(BEP, 4 Nov. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRON, Mrs. Sarah, consort of William Barron of Baltimore., died yesterday.
(BFG, 18 Feb. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRON, Capt. William, of Baltimore., died 25th inst., in his 28th year, of an apoplectic fit.
(BT, 27 Dec 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRY, Miss Ann, dau. of the late James Barry, formerly of Baltimore., died 17th July at Madeira.
(BFG, 21 Oct. 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRY, Mrs. Catherine, died yesterday, 28th inst., in her 25th year
(BFG, 29 Dec. 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRY, Mrs. Elizabeth Rose Duclos, wife of J. Barry of Cayenne, died at that place on 26 Dec. in her 23rd year.
(BA, 14 Eeb. 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRY, Gilbert, formerly of Baltc., died in Washington, on 25th inst
(BEP, 29 March 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRY, Mrs. Joanna, late of Baltimore., died at Washington, 18th inst. Her husband and two daughters predeceased her.
(BFG, 21 Oct. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRY, Commodore John, died at Phila. on 13th inst. He was one of the little band of naval heroes that first hoisted the American flag in 1775.
(BFG, 16 Sept. 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRY, Redmond, died as a result of a kick from a horse. Nat, Int.
(BFG, 27 Aug. 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRY, Robert, formerly of Baltimore , died 30 Dec. at Pine Grove, Va., aged 61.
(BPE, 26 Jan. 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARRYMORE, Joseph, formerly an officer in the U. S. Navy, died 14th inst
(BEP, 13 June 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

 BARTHELMES, Amanda, on August 13, 1931 beloved wife of August J Barthelmes Jr and daughter of Richard S and the late Annie C Kirby. Funeral from her home at 330 S Highland Ave on Mon at 2pm. Internment in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. - Submitted by Brenda Cole

BARTLETT, Mr., superannuated carpenter of the British navy, died lately at Woolwich, Eng. (Obit gives curious details of his 23 year seclusion. (BFG, 20 June 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARTON, Dr Benjamin Smith, prof. of medicine at the Univ of Penna., died 19 Dec. in Phila
(BA, 21 Dec 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer).

BARTON, Dr., of Baltimore, died suddenly of sunstroke, the last week of June.
[Source: The Medical and Surgical Reporter, Philadelphia, July 3, 1875. D.G. Brinton, M.D.]

BARTON, Mrs. Sarah Emerson, consort of Seth Warton, Baltimore merchant, died yesterdsy, aged 28 years, leaving a husband and five infant children.
(BFG, 5 Jan 1796 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BARTRAM, Moses, druggist of Phila., died there suddenly last Mon. in his 78th year.
(BEP, 28 Dec 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BASSETT, Isaac, long a res. of Baltimore , died yesterday in his 46th year, leaving a widow and seven children
(BFG, 7 July 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BASSETT, Richard, formerly Gov of Del., died last Fri. at his seat on the Mamor in that state
(BPEA, 28 Aug. 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BATEMAN, Mr. Amzi, died 24th inst., in his 40th year, leaving a wife and five children, funeral from his late res. in Eden St
(BA, 25 June 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAUM, Christian, architect and house carpenter, died Fri. in his 26th year, funeral from his late res. in Green St , W. P
(BA, 4 Nov 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAUSMAN, Capt. Benjamin, died last Wed, aged 27 years
(BW, 4 Feb 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAILEY, Mrs Mary, Sr , died last Sat , at Elisha Peregoy s near Baltimore , widow of the late John Baxley, Sr., aged 63 years.
(BFG, 6 Aug. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAILEY, Mary, wife of John Baxley, died 20 Nov. in her 44th yr leaving a husband and six children.
(BFG, 3 Dec 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAITER, Isaac, and Miss Lydia Burches, both of Baltimore., were wed Sum. by Rev. Bishop Carroll.
(BFG, 24 Dec. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAITER, Joseph, late sheriff of Cecil Co., died at Elktori, on 6th inst He stepped forth to command early in our Revo lutionary struggle.
(BFG, 16 May 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAITER, William, Cashier of the Bank of Elkton, died at Elkton cm 25th inst
(BFG, 29 Jan 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAYARD, James A., died at Wilmington, Del , shortly after his arrival from Europe, one of our commissioners at Ghent
(BA, 9 Aug 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAYER, Valentine, victualer, died in Philadelphia Co., on Sat. 13th inst., aged 92 yrs., 6 mos., 2 weeks and 2 days. On Sun. he was buried in the burial ground of the German Reformed Church at Philadelphia. He left 16 children, 48 grandchildren, 61 great grandchildren, and 4 great great grandchildren, totalling 129 descendants.
(BFG, 23 July 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAYLES, Susan, wife of J. BAYLES, of Urbanna, Ohio, and eldest daughter of the late Lloyd BUCHANAN, of Baltimore, died in Urbanna, Nov. 4, in the 26th year of age. (Nov. 17, 1831)
Source: National Intelligencer, as pub. in the NGSQ, vol 55, No. 1, March 1967, submitted by K. Torp

BAYLIE, David, of Baltimore , died last eve.
(BEP, 14 April 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAYLY, Mrs. Rachel, wife of Edmund Bayly, Esq., of Acconack, died at her res. in Va , 7th inst., in her 46th year
(BFG, 26 Jan 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAYLY, Mrs. Sarah, consort of Henry E. Bayly of Baltimore. Co , and dau. of the late Charles Rogers, died this morning.
(BFG, 10 Oct. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BAYNE, Stephen, blacksmith of Baltimore., died 7th inst , after a very short illness.
(BFG, 9 Feb. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEARD, JOHN
Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, PA, May 13, 1829
A Coroner's Inquest was held by John Beard, over the body of George Wilson, son of Capt. Solomon Wilson, Federal Hill, aged twelve years. Verdict of the Jury that he came to his death by accidentally falling into the machinery of the steam engine at Mr. Charles Reader's factory. This case is one of the most distressing and afflictive character. His head was nearly taken off - the left jaw bone broken and the thigh and the body very much mangled. - Balt. Pat.

BEALL, Mrs. Martha, wife of Evan Beall, died this morning in her 29th year, funeral from her late res. No. 2, N Liberty St.
(BFG, 18 Nov. 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEAM, George, of Baltimore. Co., died last Sun., aged 58
(BA, 28 March 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEAR, David, died at Frederick Town
(BPE, 24 March 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEARD, Mrs. Mary, wife of Capt. Alexander Beard, died at Hooks Town last eve., aged 28 years.
(BFG, 16 Oct. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEARD, Matthew, of the brig Susanmah, of Baltc , died Wed.
(BFG, 10 June 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEATTY, Mrs. Achsah Chamier, died Tues. eve, last in her 19th year, wife of Thomas I. Beatty of Georgetown, and dau. of John Robert Holliday of Baltimore.
(BFG, 29 April 1796 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEAUCHAMP, Mrs. Mary, died a few days ago in Caroline Co , at the age of 119 years.
(BFG, 24 Dec. 1801 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BECKLEY, John, late clerk of the House of Rep , died last Wed., in his 5Gth year. A native of Britain, he was elected Mayor of Richmond, Va., during the Rev. War. Nat. Int.
(BFG, 11 April 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEDEORD, Hem. Gunning, Judge of the U S. Dist. Court for Delaware, died at Wilmington last Mon
(BFG, 3 April 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEDEORD, Gunning S., died this morning im his 28th year, leaving a wife and family.
(BFG, 2 May 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEECK, William, of Capt. Gill s Corps of Sea Femcibles, died 16th inst.
(BA, 19 Feb. 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEELDERMAKER, John, died at Hamburg, Consul of the U. S at Rotterdam.
(BFG, 19 March 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEESTON, Rev. Framcis, rector of St. Peter s (R.C ) Church, died this morning.
(BFR, 22 Dec. 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

A solemn requiem service will be held at St. Peter s on Fri., 19th inst.
(BFG, 18 Jan. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BELL, Andrew, late Custom House Officer of Baltimore , died yesterday. Members of the Tammany Society are requested to attend his funeral from his late res., 10 Philpot St Fells Point.
(BA, 27 May 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BELL, John, died last Mon might, in his 25th year, a genuine son of Scotland
(BFG, 10 April 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BELL, John, died Sum. in his 50th year.
(BA, 27 Aug 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BELL, Thomas, died Sun,, 5th inst., at Mr. James Robertson s in Amelia (Co.) About ten mos. ago he married a young lady of Amelia, who lived only a few months Mr Bell was a united Irishman
(BA, 23 Oct 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BELT, Mrs. Anna, wife of James Belt, Jr , died Sat eve, in her 23rd year
(BFG, 12 March 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BELT, Capt. Walter, died last Men , at hia house on Fells Point, one of the customs officers Interment was on Tues. in St Paula Churchyard, attended by members of the Ancient and Honorable Society of Free Masons.
(BFG, 15 Eeb. 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEN, negro, died at Gesham Hall, Kent Co., a few days ago, aged between 90 and 100 years
(BFG, 24 Feb. 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEND, Rev. Joseph J G., rector of St. Pauls Church, died this morning in his 51st year. He had been rector_for over 20 years
(BFG, 15 Sept. 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEND, Mrs. Mary Boudinot, wife of Rev. Joseph J. G Bend, died yesterday
(BFG, 30 Oct. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENDER, Jacob, died, funeral will be tomorrow from his late res. in Franklin St.
(BFG, 14 Sept 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENEZET, Samuel, died in Bucks Co., Penn.., aged 26.
(BPE, 4 Jan 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENICUE, Peter, innkeeper near the Fort, committed suicide yesterday durimg the races at Whetstone Point
(BA, 5 June 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENNET, Amos, died in Towanda Twp., Penn.., aged 78, leaving 12 children, 93 grandchildren, and 23 great grandchildren.
(BPE, 11 Sept. 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENNET, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Patrick Bemmet of Fells Point, died this forenoon.
(BFG. 16 July 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENNETT, Mrs. Mary, wife of Patrick Bennett of Eells Point, died last Sat. in her 56th year.
(BFG, 23 June 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENSON, Mrs Harriott, wife of Robert Benson, died yesterday in her 25th year, leaving her husband and a mother.
(BFG, 23 March 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENSON, Isaac, son of Benjamim Benson of Cecil Co., died Sun., 20th inst., at his father s dwelling in Sassafras Neck; in his 20th year.
(BEP, 24 April 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENSON, Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Peter Benson, died last Wed , aged 5G (or 30) years.
(BFG, 15 Feb 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENTALOU, Mrs. Catherine, died this morning in her 514th year.
(BFO, 11 Jan 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BENTALOU, Paul -- Died in Baltimore, on Sunday the 10th instant, Col. Paul Bentalou, Marshall of Maryland, in the 72d year of his age. He was a native of Mantauban, in France, and an Officer in our Revolutionary and late Wars. [Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, PA), December 20 1826- Submitted by N. Piper]

BERNARD, John, of Fells Point, died Sun se ennight, interment in the Episcopal burying ground.
(BT, 13 June 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BERRY, Dr. Benjamin, of Baltimore , died last Sun. eve, at the seat of Dr. A Dorsey, in Elk Ridge, leaving a widow and seven children.
(BF0, 19 July 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BERRY, Mrs. Catherine, died yesterday in her 25th year
(BA, 30 Dec. 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BERRY, Mrs. Mary, wife of Boratio Berry of Baltimore., died last Thurs.
(BF0, 14 Jan 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BESSE, Capt. Claude, an active officer in the late Chesapeake Flotilla, died a few days ago at an advanced age
(BA, 214 June 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BETS, Mrs. Anna, wife of James Bets., Jr., died Sat. in her 23rd year
(BA, 12 March 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BEVAN, Mr. Samuel, died Thurs.
(BRG, 14 March 1797 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIAYS, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Maj. Joseph Biays or Fells Point, died last Tues., aged 112.
(BRG, 7 March 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIAYS, Mr. Joseph, Jr., died last Fri., in his 22nd year; a member of a volunteer company attached to the 6th Regt., Capt Shepherd was commander.
(BA, 11 Oct 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BlAYS, William, died today, in his 20th year; at the house of his father in the Point
(BRG, 21 Sept 1797 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BICKHAM, Mrs. Elizabeth, consort of the late John Bickham, Balto. merchant, died yesterday in her 118th year.
(BEP, 3 May 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIDDLE, Edward, midshipman, son of Charles Biddle, Esq., of Phila., died on board the President, Commodore Truxton, in his 18th year
(BF0, 26 Dec 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIER, Philip, died 10th inst., in his 70th year.
(BF0, 12 July 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIGELOW, Henry, merchant, late of Boston, died 10th inst., in Balto., aged 31.
(BPEA, 21 Aug. 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIGELOW, Rufus, Balto. merchant, died Tues., 21st inst
(BFG, 22 Dec 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIGGER, Gilbert, watchmaker, native of Ireland, died 6 Nov. in his 66th year.
(BFG, 8 Nov. 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BINGHAM, William, Esq., of Phila.2 died at Bath, Eng., last Feb.
(BFG, 19 March 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIRCKHEAD, Matilda, youngest dau of Dr. Birckhead, died yesterday in her l4th year
(BRG, 14 Sept 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIRD, Empson, died yesterday in his (29th ) year, of a pulmonary complaint.
(BRO, 10 Nov 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BIRD, Thomas, native of England, and lately in the service of the U. S Naval Agency at Syracuse, died Wed., 18th inst., in his 37th year
(BA, 30 Sept. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLACK, Mrs. Mary, died last Friday , in her 38th year.
(BA, 29 Jan 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLACK, Van Lear - "Mystery Plunge" - Alone at the stern of his yacht Sabalo steaming from New York Harbor toward Chesapeake Bay one evening last week, sat Van Lear Black, publisher of the Baltimore Suns, puffing an after-dinner cigaret. He was perched upon the after-railing his favorite stance, against which others were forever cautioning him.
     Publisher Black reflected pleasantly on the preceding days' events: his entertainment of Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd and Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt aboard the Sabalo; a flying trip to Saratoga for the races; another flight to Newport to see the twins, boy and girl, just born to his daughter, Mrs. Alfred J. Bolton. On their way home now, his only guest, his cousin Mrs. J. Walter Lord, had already retired. It was 9:30. Soon he would go to his cabin. But he did not go.
     At 10 o'clock, Publisher Black's valet looked for him in the saloon, in his cabin, on deck. There he found his employer's handkerchief. He ran to the bridge to tell Capt. John M. Kelley. The Sabalo put about. Foot by foot a searchlight's bright shaft swept a circle about the idling yacht, found only its own zig-zag reflection. (The owner's yachting cap was fished from the sea two days later.)
     Toward midnight Boatswain R. Anderson of the Coast Guard Patrol Boat No. 215 sighted the Sabalo's wavering beacon, overtook her. What happened next was a matter of strange dispute. Capt. Kelley later charged that C. G. 215 ignored his plea for help and steamed away. Boatswain Anderson insisted his offer of aid had been declined, that he had trailed the Sabalo which, he said, steamed for about an hour with its searchlight turned off.
     Whatever the reason for these discrepancies, the Press made the most of them. Here was not only the mysterious death of a tycoon, but of a man of the Press an occasion for extra zeal. Paul Patterson, Mr. Black's publishing associate, satisfied investigators that Mr. Black, a drinking man, had not been drunk. The suicide angle was dropped when Mr. Patterson explained that Mr. Black's estrangement from his wife was a ''happy mismating." But front-page stories for two days stressed the variance in the ships' reports, expressing by their emphasis and alertness a professional suspicion that there was more than met the eye in this "mystery plunge."
     Van Lear Black, onetime clerk, raised himself through the grades of business and finance to the directorship of banks, shipping companies, insurance firms, was longest identified with Baltimore's Fidelity & Deposit Co. Known as the richest man in Maryland (he was insured for $750,000), he could easily afford to indulge his hobbies, chief among which was traveling by airplane. In his private planes, with two pilots whom he originally borrowed from Royal Dutch Air lines in 1927, he flew approximately 130,000 mi. in all parts of the world.
     Van Lear Black's role of newsman was in a sense vicarious. He was No. 1 man of the company which owns the Suns, but he knew his professional limitations and left the conduct of the papers to trained hands. Yet he liked to be known as a newsman and was an attendant at dinners of Washington's Gridiron Club. A steady source of "copy" while alive, he became in death something nearly approaching the perfect news story. (Time Magazine September 1, 1930 - submitted by Dena Whitesell)

BLACKBURN, Edward, died in this city, aged 71 Columbia, S. C. papers please copy.
(BW, 1 Reb 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLACKESTON, James, died last Sept. at his farm in Kent Co., leaving a wife and children.
(BA, 7 Oct. 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLACKISTON, George, merchant, died in Balto., 12th inst , aged 49 years.
(BRG, 14 March 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLACKISTONE, Mrs. Mary, consort of Thomas Blackistone, died 8th inst., in St M. Co., in her 25th year, a wife and mother.
(BRR, 26 Jan 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLAGROVE, Sarah, dau of Wn. Blagrove, died at Ellicotts Mills, 24th inst , aged 10 mos.
(BPE, 27 Aug 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLAINE, Col. Ephraim, died at his seat near Carlisle, 16th inst., in his 63rd year; an active agent in securing Anerican independence.
(BT, 2 March 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLAIR, Matthew, merchant, died last Sat. at Port Tobacco.
(BRG, 26 Dec. 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLAKE, James, died 7th inst., at Violet Hill, near Chestertown, Kent Co. The dec. was a native of Ireland, but had long been a res.of the Eastern Shore.
(BFG. 21 Sept. 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLAKELY, David, of Keady, Co. Armagh, Ire., died in Balto., on 29th ult . interment in Second Presbyterian Burial Ground
(SW, 4 March sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLAMIRE, Dr. James, died Wed., at his dwelling in Portsmouth, Va. Norfolk, Oct. 13
(BRG, 28 Oct. 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLISSETT, Mrs. Elizabeth. wife of Francis Blissett of the New Theatre, died in Phila., last Wed.
(BEP, 5 May 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLOCK, Andrew, for many years a res. of Ealto., died last Sun.
(BPE, 12 May 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLOODGOOD, Rev John, died Sat eve., funeral from his late res., 69 Bond St., Fells Point,
(BA, 29 Oct. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BLOUNT, William, died at Knoxville, Fri., 26th ult., aged 56 former Gov. of Tenn , of a bilious fever
(BRG, 16 April 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOASH, James, died Wed., 18 June; a lieut. in the U. S. Navy (Norfolk paper, 21 June)
(BA, 28 June 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOGGS, Alexander
Newspaper: Gallipolis Journal (Gallipolis, Oh.) Thursday,

Date: April 3, 1851

Submitters Name: Kathy McDaniel

Obit: A CALIFORNIA SCENE.--Alexander Boggs, aged 25, son of a gentleman of Baltimore, Md., was assassinated, by a gambler named Bowen, in Curtisville, Cal., on the 26th Jan. last. Bowen had shot twice, with a revolver, and was in the act of firing the third time at his prostrate victim, when he was siezed by the spectators, exasperated to the highest pitch by such a savage and cold-blooded murder, dragged to the gallows used for slaughtering bears, and, in spite of his cries and entreaties,
compelled to expiate his horrid crime upon the gallows. I could, in my cool judgement, almost sanction the sequel to this horrid tragedy, were it not for the example to society. Bowen was still suspended at 2 o'clock, P. M., having been hung at 8, an object of scorn and contempt to many, as though they would still wreak their unsatisfied vengeance on his lifeless day, or, with scorpion lash, would fain chase his soul into the spirit world. Poor frail humanity! how weak thou art ---how little like thy God! I was personally acquainted with Mr. Boggs, and esteemed him very highly. Alas, his fate.

BOLAND, Alexander, printer, died last eve in his 48th year, a native of Ireland.
(BFG, 2 Nov. 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOLLMAN, Wm , died this morning, aged 27, native of Bremen, and bro of Thomas Bollman of Baltimore
(BEP, 28 Dec. 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOND, Mrs. Elizabeth, of Ealto Co., died last Fri., in her 87th year.
(BRG, 1 Sept 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOND, Frances, died Tues., 13th ult., at Phila., in the prime of life, youngest dau of Dr Phineas Bond, and sister of H B.M Consul General
(BMJ 3 Jan. 1797 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOND, Phineas, died in London, last 29 Dec., for many years consul general of H.E.M. for the middle and eastern states of America.
(BWA, 16 March 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOND, Polly, dau, of Jacob Bond of Gunpowder Neck, Harf. Co died 3rd inst. (long obit).
(BRG, 8 Jan. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOND, Mrs. Rachel, consort of Benjamin Bond of Baltimore, died 21st inst , in her 36th year.
(BA, 23 July 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOND, Richard, carpenter, died yesterday.
(BA, 18 Sept. 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOND, Thomas, died last Tues,, 2nd inst., at his seat in Baltimore. Co., aged 69 years. He left children.
(BA, 6 Sept 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BONSTEAD, James, died last Friday of an early decay, a native of Co. Cumberland, Eng.
(BRG, 27 Sept. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BORLAND, Mrs. Sophia R., consort of John Borland, Ealto. merchant, died yesterday in her 19th year, at the seat of Englehard Yeiser of Balto. Co.
(BRG, 7 Feb 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOSLEY, Greenbury, of Ealto. Co., died 1 April in his 76th year, tor many years he had been afflicted.
(BRG, 18 April 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOSLEY, Joshua, of Baltimore, died at the Havana, 8th ult., aged 26,
(BRG, 9 Oct. 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOSS, Mrs. Margaret, died yesterday in her 19th year; funeral from her late res., 57 Strawberry Alley.
(BA, 5 April 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOTNER, Mrs. Elizabeth, died on the Eastern Shore in her 56th year
(BFG, 24 Sept. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOUGHAN, Mrs Eleanor, consort of Augustine Boughan, merchant of Ealto., died Fri., 21st inst., in her 28th year..
(BRG, 26 June 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOURGMAN, Christopher, died last Sun. in his 22nd year.
(BS, 4 Sept. 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOULDIN, Richard, hay weigher of Baltimore , died last Sat.
(BRG, 20 Feb. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOUVART, Mme. Eulalie, widow of late M.de Donjeur, died at Norfolk, in her 50th year.
(BRG, 5 Sept. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWEN, Josias, of Baltimore Co., died yesterday in his 52nd year.
(BT, 2 Oct. 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWEN, Capt. Sabritt, died yesterday in his 53rd year. He took part in the Rev. War, He was wounded at the charge on the Savannah Line under Gem. Wayne. (long obit). Interment will be from his late Residence., High St , Old Town
(BA, 12 Nov. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWEN, Solomon, died last Wed. at his seat in Balto Co. in his 81st year.
(BRG, 15 June 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWEN, Mrs. Temperance, wife of Solomon Bowen, died 25th ult., aged 79.
(BA, 3 June 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWERS, John, of Balto., died last night of the prevailing fever N Y Con. Adv
(BEP, 26 Oct 1857 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWIE, Osburn Sprigg, brother of Robert Bowie, Rev. of Md., died last Mon....
(BRG, 2 April 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWIE, Thomas C,, died last Tues. at his seat near Queen Anne, P. 0 Co.; leaving a large family.
(BFG, 2 May 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWIE, Walter, died 19th inst., at his seat in P. 0. Co., in his 62nd year.
(BEP, 23 Nov. l8lG sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOWLEY, Daniel, Esq., of Rurley, died last Thurs.
(BRG, 14 Nov 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOYCE, William, native of Eng., died yesterday aged 25 years
(BFG, 13 April l8Gl sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOYD, Capt,, of Fells Point) who commanded Major Biays ship Ritson, on her late voyage to Cork, died in that city last Feb.
(BA. 16 April 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOYD, Mary, wife of Andrew, died last Mon in her 76th year.
(BR., 4 Sept. 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOYER, Eleanor, committed suicide by throwing herself from the third story window of Godfrey Horton s house on Howard s Hill yesterday She leaves a 5 month old child
(BA, 17 May 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOYER, Valentine, victualler, died 13th inst , in Philadelphia Co., aged 96 years, 6 mos., and 16 days; interment in the burial ground at German Ref Church, Phila Ma. leaves 16 children, 48 grandchildren, 61 great grandchIldren, and 4 great-great-grandchildren.
(BA, 23 July 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BOYLE, Mr. Frederick, merchant, of Balto., died at Fort Republican on the 1st inst
(BFG 4, Nov. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRACKENRIDGE, Hon. Henry Hugh, one of the Judges of the Penna. Supreme Court, died 25 June at Carlisle, Penna., aged 67.
(BRG, 29 June 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRADEN, Samuel, son of Mr Braden of Wilmington, Del , died in Baltimore Hospital on 12th inst., aged 32.
(BPEA, 19 May 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRADFORD, Mrs., wife of Thomas Bradford, editor of the True American, died.
(BRG, 21 Nov 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRADFORD, Dr John, died at his seat in Baltimore Co , on 28 Jan in his 44th year
(BA, 9 Feb 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRADNER, Rev Eenoni, died at Blooming Grove, 29 Jan in his 71st year
(BT, 22 Feb 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRADSHAW, James, died in Kent Co., Md , last Fri , in his 63rd year
(BPE, 22 June 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRANE, Job, of Fred Co., died 13th inst , aged 84 years, 6 nos and 6 days
(BEP, 24 May 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRASHEARS, Richard Wells, died 26th ult , at his res. in Upper Marlborough, P G Co
(BA, 11 Nov 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRAY, SMITH - Day's Work - ". . . Smith Bray, Negro, 39, of 32 Hillside Place, died today in city hospital with a bullet in his head. The shot that brought him down was fired by Edward Leary . . ."
     Thus methodically did Reporter Edward Leary, police headquarters man for the Newark Star-Eagle, begin a shooting yarn of which he was the hero last week.
     The story: Negro Bray, returning home, surprised his wife and her friend Albert Roberts. Bray drew a revolver and emptied it around the room. Roberts fell stone dead, a bullet through the heart; a slug tore through Mrs. Bray's arm. Bray fled.
     Because the alarm came from an unsavory part of town in which Reporter Leary had conducted a vice investigation six months ago and for which he was permitted to carry a pistol Acting Captain of Detectives Thomas Rowe collected reserves from headquarters, deputized Reporter Leary on the spot. From whimpering Mrs. Bray the identity and whereabouts of the murderer were found. Captain Rowe, Reporter Leary and seven others went in after him, cornered him in a dark back room. Leary was ordered outside to cover the window with a flashlight.
     Bray repeatedly shot through the door, raking Captain Rowe across the stomach, then jumped out the window. Twice Reporter Leary ordered him to stand. Twice Bray clicked his jammed revolver at him. Then Reporter Leary, onetime U. S. Army sidearms instructor, fired at Bray, shot him through the head. (Time Magazine September 1, 1930 - submitted by Dena Whitesell)

BRAYTON, Isaac, died last Tues., leaving a wife and three small children.
(BRG, 21 Sept 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer) (BEP, 19 Sept. 1805, gives his name as Israel)

BRAZER, SAMUEL - Died at Baltimore, on the 24th ult, in the 40th year of his age, Samuel Brazer, Esq, for many years Editor of the Baltimore Patriot. (March 5 1823, Page 3, Republican Compiler (Gettysburg, Penn. - sub. by N. Piper)

BREITENODER, Adam, of Fells Point, died last eve., aged 57 years of age.
(BEP, 12 Jan. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRENAN, Capt. William, died yesterday at his late res., Fells Point, a member of Washington Lodge.
(BRG, 22 Jan. 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRENT, Daniel Carroll, died last Fri., on his 55th birthday in Stafford Co:, Va., bro. of Richard Brent who died two weeks earlier.
(BPEA, 21 Jan. 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRENT, Mrs. Eliza, wife of Daniel Brent of Wash , and dau. of Robert Walsh, of Balto., died at the former place yesterday.
(BRG, 9 May 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRENT, Robert, died at his res. in Chas. Co , Sat , 2nd inst., in his 52nd year, interment at Mount Carpel.
(BEP, 11 March 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRENTON, Miss Louisa, dau. of James Erenton, Esq., late Judge of the Vice Admiralty Court at Halifax, N. C,, died 9th inst , at the seat of James M Culloch, Esq , near Annapolis, in her 20th year.
(BRG, 15 Jan 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRIAN, James, died 17 Dec. in his 89th year, a native of Baltimore Co. At one time the dec. said he knew Baltimore when it contained one small brick house, 16 x 20, one story high, and three or four small frame (houses.).
(BFG, 21 Dec. 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

Mrs. Rebecca S. Brien
Republican Compiler, Gettysburg, PA, August 10, 1830
Died on the 25th ult in Baltimore, Mrs. Rebecca S. Brien, wife of John M'Pherson Brien, Esq. of Washington Co. Md.


BRICE, Mrs. Mary, consort of John Erice of Annap., died last Thurs. in her 57th year
(BRG, 4 Feb. 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRICE, Nicholas
Death of Chief Justice Nicholas Brice.-The Baltimore Clipper of Friday says:--We regret to announce the death of this distinguished citizen, which took place at his residence, North Charles near Centre street, at 12 ½ o'clock yesterday morning. Judge Brice was in the 84th year of his age, and was born, we believe, in the vicinity of Annapolis. He studied law at an early period, and was admitted to the Annapolis Bar in 1793 or '94. Subsequently he removed to Baltimore, and soon assumed a prominent position as an Attorney at Law, and had in 1817 one of the most lucrative practices of any member of the profession. The present city Criminal Court was established in that year, and he was appointed the first Chief Justice of that tribunal, qualifying and entering on his duties on the 3d of March, 1817, with his two Associates, Alexander Nisbit and Wm. McMechen, the latter of whom is now dead, the former still presides on the Bench.-Judge Brice was taken sick on the 19th of May, 1849, since which time he has not occupied his seat in Court-his death was the result of the infirmities of old age. He has been a Judge of the City Court for a period of 34 years, during which time he discharged all the duties of his office with the highest credit and most scrupulous integrity, and was justly esteemed one of the most able judicial officers of the State.-His death causes a vacancy, which we presume will be filled at an early period by the Governor.
[Easton Star, May 13, 1851, sub. and transc. by J. Coleman]


BRIDE, Mrs. Mary, died this morning at Fells Point, aged 73 years, a native of Ireland; funeral will be from the res, of Capt M S Bunbury, 59 Market St.
(BFG, 29 April 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRIGHT, Mrs Elizabeth, consort of Gen, Michael Bright, died at Phila last Tues eve.
(BA, 14 July 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRIGHT, Brig. Gen. Michael, Inspector of Flour for the port of Phila., died yesterday in his 51st year Another soldier of the Revolution has descended into the tomb. Phila. 12 Reb.
(BFG, 14 Reb. 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRISCOE, Mrs. Ann, consort of Peregrine Briscoe, of Cecil Co., died lately and was buried in the Welsh Tract, Newcastle Co.
(BFG, 26 Oct. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRISCOE, Brig.Gen. John Hanson, died Wed., 7th inst., at his res. near Chaptico, St. M. Co , in his 44th year, leaving a widow and several small children.
(BMJ, 26 Sept 1796 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRISCOE, Samuel H., of St. M. Co., died this morning, about 60 years of age; funeral from the house of Peter Carnes, at Pratt and Eutaw Sts
(BRG, 21 Nov. 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRITNELL, Theophilus P., died Mon. morning, 21st inst.; a native of Devonshire, Eng.; interment in the Prot. Ep graveyard.
(BFB, 23 Nov 1803 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRITTON, ( ? ), aged about 13 years, died yesterday from a wound caused by the accidental discharge of a fowling piece American.
(BRG, 23 Nov. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROADHURST, Miss Dorothea, of Phila , died 1st inst. at Charleston, aged 25 years, survived by her mother.
(BT, 18 Oct. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROBSON, Miss Sarah, died at Wilmington, Del , dau. of James Brobson; in her 23rd year
(BEP, 3 July 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROOKE, Robert, late Governor of Va , died 27th ult. at Petersburg, Va.
(BFG, 5 March 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROOKS, Benjamin, major in the U S. artillery, and veteran of the Rev War, died at Upper Marlborough, Md. _
(BA, 21 Jan. 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROOKS, WARD CHIPMAN, son of P. C. Brooks, of Boston, died at Baltimore, 19 Mar., aged 24 years. (National Intelligencer, 24 Mar. 1828, trans. by K. Torp)

BROOM, Mrs. Ann, wife of James M. Broom, Esq , of this city, died yesterday
(BFG, 10 Aug. 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROOM, John, died recently; funeral discourse will be preached by Rev, John Healey at Second Baptist Church, Fells Point, on the first Sabbath in June.
(BA, 31 May 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROOME, Daniel, died this morning, funeral from his late res. in Argyle Alley near Wilks St
(BFG, 18 July 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROOME, Lieut James M , commander of the marines of the frigate Chesapeake, native of Maryland, died on board ship
(BFG, 7 July 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Miss Ann Demillon, died last Sat , in her 18th year, dau. of Dixon Brown of Fells Point, interment in the Episcopal burying ground
(BFG, 22 Jan 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Charles B editor of the Semi. annual Register, died 21 Feb at Phila , in his 40th year, of pulmonary consumption
(BW, 5 March 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, David, member of the Society of Friends, died suddenly last night at his country seat.
(BFG, 4 Nov 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Mr Elias, died last Sun., of Baltimore Co.
(BFG, 24 Sept 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Valentine Brown, died yesterday, aged about 60 years
(BFG, 25 May 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Dr Gustavus R., died 27th ult. at his seat near Port Tobacco; an eminent physician. He was one of three doctors who attended Gen. Washington in his last illness
(BFG, 11 Oct 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Henry, died 16th Sept. at Lexington, Ky., where he had lately removed from Baltimore.
(BW, 1 Oct. 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Dr. Jacob, died yesterday in his 26th year.
(BFG, 23 Sept. 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer )

BROWN, James, died yesterday, a member of the Society of Friends in Old Town
(BFG, 1 Feb 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Mrs Jane, consort of John Dixon Brown, died Tues., 26th inst. at her mother s res. in Baltimore Co.
(BFG, 29 March 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, John, a member of the Society of Friends, died Thurs.
(BFG, 4 Reb. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Capt. John, formerly master of the ship William Eingham, died 20 Sept. at Port-au-Prince.
(BA, 23 Nov. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, John Dixon, died Sun., 28 July, in the prime of life, interment at Beach Hill Burying Ground.
(BFG, 31 July 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Justus, printer of Baltimore died yesterday at a very advanced age, funeral from the house ot Mr Hugh Stewart, Duke St , Old Town
(BFG, 26 Sept 18G9 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Mrs. Mary, consort of Henry Brown, died last Sun. in her 18th year, leaving a husband and child.
(BFG, 9 June1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Mrs. Mary Ann, died 7th inst., at her mother s res. in Harf. Co.; in her 30th year, leaving a husband and two small children
(BFG, 11 Sept. 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Moses, late a captain in the American navy, died at sea, aged 62 years.
(BFG, 26 Jan. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Miss Sally, died last Tues., 8th inst., Elk Ridge, aged 74, a member of the Society of Friends.
(BFG, 14 Sept 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Capt. Samuel Montgomery, formerly of Alexandria, died at Ky.
(BA, 21 Jan 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Mrs. Sarah, consort of Dixon Brown, died 7th inst., in her 63rd year, leaving a husband and son.
(BFG, 9 Nov 1809 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Mrs. Sarah, consort of Bulford Brown of Baltimore, died on Wed., leaving her husband and children
(BFG, 2 March1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Mrs. Sarah, wife of Stewart Brown, died last Fri , 23 Aug , aged 34, interment in the West Burying Ground of the First Presbyterian Church
(BFG, 26 Aug 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Solomon, died 17th inst , in his 42nd year.
(BA, 19 April 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Thomas, a native of Ireland, died yesterday in Baltimore , in his 43rd year
(BW, 17 March 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWN, Valentine, died yesterday in his 78th year
(BFG, 4 Oct 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWNE, John, clerk of Q. A. Co., died Wed,, 13th inst , at Centreville, formerly a member of Congress.
(BPEA, 28 Dec. 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWNE, Mrs Margaret, wife of Dr. M. Brownie, died 6th inst at Chester Town (long obit).
(BEP, 13 Nov 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWNING, Mr P G., died Sat., 20th inst , at his Lateres in Sharp St , long an inhab.of Baltimore, leaving a wife and seven children.
(BA, 23 April 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BROWNING, Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Jeremiah Browning, and dau of Mrs. Providence Lane, died last Fri. week near Chester town.
(BA, 17 Aug. 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRUCE, Richard Barrow, a native of Eng., died last Sun , after a short illness.
(BFG, 1 Oct. 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRUFF, Richard, eldest son of William Bruff, Balto merchant, died at Point Petre, Guadaloupe, on 18 Jan.; of yellow fever
(BFG, 16 Reb. 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRUNTON, Mrs., died in Eng , mother of Mrs. Wigneil of the Baltimore and Phila Theatres.
(BA, 9 Aug 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRYAN, Mrs. Mary, wife of James Bryan, died last Wed at her res. in Baltimore Co , aged 74,
(BFG, 31 March 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRYAN, Nathan, Esq., member of Congress from N. C , died 4th inst , at his lodgings in Phila
(BT, 7 Jume 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BRYCE, John R., died Sat., 4th inst., at Annapolis in his 34th year
(BFG, 13 May 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUCAUT, REV. FRANCIS
Baltimore, Md., April 23, priest of the Most Holy Redeemer. He was a native of Canada, and was ordained in 1854. For the space of three years he was stationed over the French congregation at Rochester, N.Y.
Source Citation:
Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY. 1859. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.


BUCHANAN, Andrew, died yesterday, formerly a nerchant of Baltimore, leaving a widow and five children
(BFG, 4 Oct. 1811sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUCHANAN, Ann, wife of Andrew Buchanan, and dau. of Thomas McKean, Gov. of Penna., died last Sun., leaving her husband four pledges of domestic happiness.
(BFG, 31 May 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUCHANAN, Archibald, died last Thurs.
(BFG, 29 Sept. 1806 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUCHANAN, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of James A. Buchanan, died yesterday
(BFG, 22 Aug. 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUCHANAN, Dr. George, Lazaretto physician for the port of Phila died 9th inst. For many years he was a magistrate in Baltimore, and moved to Phila in 1806. (Long obit gives additional biog. data)
(BFG, 30 July 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUCHANAN, Capt. George, died last Mon , at his seat in BaltimoreCo., aged 70 years
(BFG, 17 Nov. 1810)

BUCHANAN, Mrs. Susan, died last Rn., in her 38th year, leaving a husband and seven children; interment in St. Pauis burying ground
(BFG, 15 July 1805)( BEP, 15 July 1805 states she was the wife of James Buchanan.)

BUCHANAN, William, Sr., died this morning in his 78th year.
(BFG, 19 Sept. 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUCHANAN, William, late Consul of the U. S , and formerly of Baltimore , died last 27 June at Isle of France
(BFG, 3 Nov 1815 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUCKLER, John, late of London, merchant, died last Tues., from severe bruises he received as a result from a fall at the race ground
(BFG, 6 June 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)



BUDD, Miss Mary Araminta, died 8th inst , in her 24th year in Harford Co.
(BFG, 21 Sept. 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUELL, Mrs. Maria, died last Thurs. morning.
(BW, 31 Jan 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)



BULRINCH, Samuel, died in Phila , aged 76, a patriot of the Rev
(BEP, 4 March 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BURKE, Elizabeth, died Tues, eve in her 15th year.
(BA, 2 Nov 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BURKE, JAMES, printer, aged 26 years, late of Baltimore, died in this city 24 May. (National Intelligencer, 26 May 1828, trans. by K. Torp)

BURKE, Rev. Dr John, pastor of St Marys Church, Phila., died in that city
(BT, 24 Sept. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BURKE, COL. NICHOLAS
Baltimore, Md., ae. 77. He commanded a company in the war of 1812.
Source Citation:
Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY. 1859. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.

BURKE, Patrick, died 20th ult,, aged 104 years, at Norfolk, a native of Ireland, and a res. of that borough for 16 years
(BEF. 4 April 1807 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BURKE, William, lately from Dublin, died 5th ult , at the Havana. He sailed from this port in the sloop Delight belonging to Burke and Mitchell.
(BFG, 7 Sept. 1799 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)


BURNETT, Charles, of Fells Point, died Sun. eve, last in his 46th year, leaving a wife and eight children
(BFG, 25 May 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BURNETT, Mary, widow, died in Baltimore, yesterday, aged 52 years a native of New Town, L. I.
(BA, 26 Oct. 1816 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BURNSIDES, Mr , clerk in the auditor s office, died at Washington, on 26th ult.
(BT, 4 Oct. 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BURROUGHS, Thomas, died yesterday at Fells Point, and was buried with Masonic honors.
(BA, 24 March 1801 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BURROWS, Col. William W., died 6th inst., in Washington, late Col. Commandant of the Marine Corps.
(BA, 11 March 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUSE, Mrs. Barbara, died last eve.; funeral from the house of Nicholas Leake, Ann St., Fells Point
(BA, 28 July 1813 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUTLER, Capt., of Phila., died at Norfolk from lockjaw caused by a ball lodged in the back of his hand in a duel, which was the result of a political dispute.
(BI, 18 May 1798 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUTLER, Anon, Jr , died 4th inst , in his 60th year, a res of Baktimore Co., leaving a wife, nine children, and an aged mother and father
(BFG, 11 Aug 1804 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUTLER, Major Lawrence, a veteran of the Rev. War, died at Soldier s Retreat, Frederick Co , Va., aged 58 years.
(BA, 8 May 1811 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUTLER, Mrs Mary, Sr , died Sun., 21st inst., aged 71 years and 1 month.
(BFG, 22 March 1802 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUTLER, Mrs. Susan Maria, died last Sun., in her 45th year, wife of Capt. David West Butler of Fells Point, leaving a husband, dau. and aged parents
(BFG, 22 July 1812 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BUTLER, William, tailor, died Fri., 11th inst , at Mr. James M Kean s, Westmoreland Co., Penna. Prior to his death he and his father, Elijah Butler. lived in Baltimore.
(BFG, 28 March 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BYERLY, Christopher, a young man, died last Sat
(BFG, 4 Nov 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BYRNE, Columbus J., long an inhab. of Baltimore, died last Sat.
(BPE, 15 June 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BYRNE, Patrick, native of Ireland, and 40 years a res. of Baltimore., died Fri , 1 July, aged 74, of apoplexy.
(BEP, 9 July 1808 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BYRNE, Patrick, eminent bookseller of Phila., and formerly of Dublin, died 20th inst. in his 73rd year.
(BW, 24 Feb. 1814 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BYRNE, William, Balto bookseller, and son of Patrick Byrne, a bookseller of Phila., and late of Dublin, Ire., died yesterday.
(BFG, 21 Dec. 1805 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BYRNES, Mrs. Rachel, wife of Daniel Byrnes, cashier of the Wilmington and Brandywine Bank, died at Wilmington last Thurs
(BEP, 31 Dec. 1810 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)

BYUS, Mrs. Ellen, died last Tues. in her 25th year, dau. of the late Gilbert Hamilton Smith, and niece of John Kilty of this place.
(BFG, 20 Jan. 1800 sub. Barbara Ziegenmeyer)



 


NEWSPAPERS  KEY
BA Baltimore American, 1799-1801, 1804-1816.
BAP Baltimore American Patriot, 1802-1803.
BEP Baltimore Evening Post, 1805-1811.
BFG Baltimore Federal Gazette, 1796-18 16.
BFR Baltimore Federal Republican and Commercial Advertiser,1808-18 12.
BI Baltimore Intelligencer, 1798.
BMG Baltimore Mechanics Gazette and Merchants Daily Adver¬tiser, 1815.
BMJ Baltimore Maryland Journal and Baltimore Advertiser,1796-1797.
BNA Baltimore North American, 1809.
BPEA Baltimore Patriot and Evening Advertiser, 1813-18 15
BRAD Baltimore Republican or Anti-Democrat, 1802.
BS Baltimore Scourge, 1810.
BS Baltimore Sun, 1811-1812.
BT Baltimore Telegraphe, 1796-1806, 1815.
BW Baltimore Whig, 1808-1812, 1814
BWA Baltimore Wanderer, 1816.
BWM Baltimore Weekly Museum, 1797.
 

Back to Baltimore City Home page




©Genealogy Trails