The New Hampshire Gazette, 06 April 1830

DIED

In Liverpool, Eng., Mrs. Maury, consort of James Maury, Esq. late Consul of the U.S. for that port.

In Dyer County, Tenn., Mr. Nathaniel Beautou, brother of the Hon. Thomas H. Be?t??.

In Hopkinton, R.I. Hon. Jeremiah Thurston, late Representative in the State Legislature, and formerly Lieut. Governor of that State.

In Lebanon, Widow Hurd, aged 91; Mrs. Cottle, aged about 80; Mrs. Phebe G. Moody, wife of Mr. John Moody, Jr. and daughter of the late Nath'l Merrill of Brownfield, aged 26; Mrs. Jane Brock, aged 89.

In Concord, Mrs. Elizabeth Ward, aged 99--for more than 59 years, a member of the church in that town.

In Dover, Mr. Vaughan Jones, aged 80, formerly of this town.

In Exeter, suddenly, Mr. Josiah Leavitt, Jr.; Andrew Jackson, aged about 2 years, son of Mr. William York, and one of a trio birth.

At Great Falls, Mr. Oliver Young, aged 26.

In North-Hampton, March 20th, Col. Thomas Leavitt, aged 8(5 or 3). He was distinguished for his activity in life, and was much employed in public business. He was fourteen years a Representative and Selectman.--

On the 24th, Mr. Morris Hobbs, aged 83. He was also an active citizen and several years a Selectman.--

On the 29th, Mr. Abraham Taylor, a near neighbor off the former, after a short sickness, aged 79.

In this town, Miss Abigail Stocker, aged 16, daughter of the late Mr. John Stocker.

On Saturday last, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Martha Ann White, aged 32, wife of Capt. John White, Funeral this afternoon at 3 o'clock.

On Sunday morning last, Mrs. Clara S. Coues, wife of Samuel E. Coues, Esq. and daughter of William Pearce, Jr. Esq., of Gloucester, aged 23. Funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock, from his [sic] residence in State Street. The friends and relations of the deceased are requested to attend.

Mr. Benjamin Jones, aged 59.