New-Hampshire Gazette, 03 November 1829
In Fredonia, N.Y. Michael Schultzer
--while cutting up corn, he wounded himself badly in the knee and soon bled to death.
In Shelby, N.Y. Mrs. Eunice Dexter
--she was thrown from a waggon and killed, the horse having taken fright at the sudden barking of a dog.
In New-York, Rev. Benjamin Jones
, recently from Boston, and lately publisher of the Gospel Balance.
Drowned from on board sch. Privado, Sept. 29, Mr. Joseph Foster of Elliot
, aged 22.
In Albany, N.Y. John V. Henry, Esq.
While walking from the Supreme Court room to his dwelling house, he was suddenly struck to the pavement by a stroke of apoplexy, and soon after expired.
In Augusta, Dea. James Page
, aged 92, and Mrs. Dorothy Page, his wife aged 92.
In Boston, Hon. John Coffin Jones
, aged 80.
In Charlestown, Mr. Isaac Avery
, of Gilmanton, N.H. killed near Winter Hill while engaged in blasting a rock, aged 21.
In Reading, a son of Mr. John Allen
, aged 6 years---killed by the kick of a horse which he was driving from the field.
In Hillsborough, N.H. Mr. Gridley Jackson
, a soldier of the revolution, aged 102; Mr. Benjamin Jones
, aged 83, was in usual health, ad went into the field to work and dropped down instantly.
In Ipswich, Col. Joseph Hodgkins
, aged 86--a patriot of the revolution.
In Keene, Noah Cooke, Esq.
aged 80; Mr. Daniel Ingersoll
, aged 79.
In Gilford, Mr. William Pearse
, aged 48, formerly of this town.