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Transcriptions: Obituaries for Albertine Audet-Turmel.

Transcriptions: Obituaries for Albertine Audet-Turmel.

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Following are my translated transcriptions for the obituaries of Albertine Audet-Turmel in their original French.

Original French Texts
Obituary #1
TURMEL
Albertine (née Audet).
Albertine Audet-Turmel
Albertine Audet-Turmel

Au Foyer Nazareth, le 20 juin 1992, à l’âge de 93 ans et 8 mois, est décédée dame Albertine Audet, épouse de feu monsieur Michel Turmel. Elle demeurait à Québec. La famille recevra les condoléances au funérarium de la

Cooperative funéraire
de l’Anse
115, 80e Rue est
Charlesbourg

dimanche de 14h à 17h et de 19h à 22h. Le service réligieux sera célébré le lundi 22 juin, à 15h, en l’église Sts-Anges de Beauce, ou la famille recevra les condoléances une heure avant le service, et ce la au cimetiè paroissial.

Elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants. Yvette (feu Aurèle Perreault), Laurette (Gérard Boily), Madeleine (Maurice Laroche), Thérèse (Bernard Drouin), Aline (Philippe-A. Drouin), Edith (Claude Michaud), Gérard (Fleurette Mathurin), Adrienne, Yvon (Margarete Griewel), sa soeur. Soeur Edith Audet (Dominicaine de la Trinité), ses belles-soeurs: Mme Onésime Audet, Mme Marie-Anna Turmel, ainsi que plusieurs petits-enfants, arrière-petits-enfants, neveux, nièces et ami(e)s. Veuillez compenser l’envoi de fleurs par un don à la Fondation de l’Auberivière, 401, rue St-Paul, Québec (Québec), G1K 7G7. Pour renseignements: 525-6044.

Obituary for Albertine Audet
Obituaries for Albertine (Audet) Turmel.

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Obituary #2
TURMEL

Albertine (Audet). – Les familles Turmel et Audet remercient bien sincrèrement tous les parents et amis qui ont témoigné des marques de sympathie lors du décés de Mme Albertine Turmel, survenu le 20 juin 1991, soit par offrandes de messes, envois de fleurs, affiliations de prieres, dons à la maison l’Auberivière, dons à l’église, cartes de sympathie, visite ou assistance aux funérailles. Un merci trés special au Foyer Nazareth ou elle à vécu et a tous ceux qui l’ont côtoyé pendant ses dix-sept dernières années. À tous, un cordial merci.

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Transcription: M. Paul Boily (1922-1998)

Transcription: M. Paul Boily (1922-1998)

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Featured image: Stes-Anges-de-Beauce, Montréal, Québec, Canada

Transcription: M. Paul Boily (1922-1998)

Obituary for Paul-Henri Boily, 1926-1998
Obituary for Paul-Henri Boily, 1926-1998

 

M. Paul

BOILY

A son domicile, le 5 décembre 1998, à l’âge de 72 ans et 8 mois est décédé M. Paul Boily, époux de dame Claire Girard. Il demeurait à Sts-Anges. Les funérailles ont eu feu samedi le 12 décembre 1998 à 11 heures en l’Église de Sts-Anges et de tà  au cimetière paroissial. La direction des funérailles tut confée à la maison funéraire Nouvelle Vie Inc., St-Joseph. Outre son épouse, il laisse dans le deuil ses enfants. Michel (Monique Dion), Lisa (Michel Théobald), feu Rénald (Elaine Boyle), Marin (Louise Nétossé), France (Marco Giguère), ses petits-enfants Karine Boily, Benoit et Isabelle Théobald. Jessica Boily, Sylvain et Judith Boily, Amélie Giguère says soeurs. Lucia (feu Donat Lehouillier), Carmelle (feu Émile Ferland), Angéline (feu Aurèle Turmel), feu Clermont (Thérèse Leclerc), feu Émilien (Gisèle Arsenault), ainsi que plusieurs beaux-frères et belles-soeurs, oncles, tantes, cousins, cousines, neveux et nièces et nombreux amis(es). Mme Claire Girard et ses enfants remercient sincèrement tous les parents et amiels qui ont temoignés de marques de sympathe et dàmitié soit par des offrandes de messes, affiliations de prières, dons, fleurs, visite à la résidence funéraire et assistances aux funérailles. Que tous trouvent ici lèxpression de notre reconnaissance et considèrent ces remerciements comme étant adressés personnellement.

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Transcription: Death notices and obituaries of John T. Porter and others…

Transcription: Death notices and obituaries of John T. Porter and others…

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The following is my transcription of the obituaries and death notices from the May 15, 1928 issue of the Salt Lake Telegram, including that of John T. Porter.

 

John T. Porter

 

Porter, John T. and other death notices and obituaries.John T. Porter, aged 82, died Monday in Bountiful. He was born in Sweetwater, Wyo. He is survived by his widow, Amy L. Porter, and five sons, John W., Rastus F. of Bountiful, Edwin P. of Keysville, Edison Al of Salt Lake, Royal D. of Blackfoot, Ida., and six daughters, Mrs. Lillian Moss, Mrs. Artemissia Hart, Mrs. Amy Hart of Bountiful, Mrs. Rosella Jones, Mrs. Norma A. Burningham, Mrs. Grace Christensen, all of Salt Lake. Forty-nine grandchildren and forty-six great-grandchildren also survive. One brother and a sister in Porterville, Wash. Funeral services will be held Thursday at w p. m. in the Bountiful First ward chapel. W. Cannon will officiate. The body may be viewed Thursday from 10 a. m. until 1:30 p. m. at the home of J. W. Porter in Bountiful. Interment will be in the Centerville cemetery, under the direction of the Deseret mortuary.

 

Mrs. Maud Sarah Elvin

 

Funeral services for Mrs. Maud Sarah Elvin, wife of Robert F. Elvin, who died in this city on May 13, will be held tomorrow, (Wednesday), at Phillips Congregational church, commencing at 2 p. m. Friends may see the body Wednesday at the O’Donnell mortuary chapel, ?2 South 4th East St., until 1:30 p. m., when it will be taken to the church for services. Interment will be in the City cemetery.

 

 

E. A. Hartenstein

 

Services for E. A. Hartenstein will be held Wednesday at 2 o’clock in the Masonic temple and will be conducted by Argenta lodge No. 3. The body may be viewed at the temple for one hour prior to the services. Interment in the Masonic plot in Mt. Olivet. Pleases omit flowers. The lodge is requested to meet at 1:30 o’clock. Interment will be under direction of the Hall-Rickett’s mortuary.

 

William Langton

 

The funeral services over the body of William Langton, aged 74, a native of Manchester, England who died May 3, will be held Thursday, May 17, at 1 p. m. at the Seventeenth ward chapel. Friends are invited and may view the body at the family residence, 175 North First West Street, on day of funerl, from 11 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. and at the parlors of Joseph William Taylor on Wednesday fromm 5 to 8 p. m. Interment in the city cemetery.

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List of obituaries from Richmond, Virginia, newspapers.

List of obituaries from Richmond, Virginia, newspapers.

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The following is my transcription of a list of obituaries from Richmond, Virginia, newspapers.

 

282 VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE.

LIST OF OBITUARIES.

FROM RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, NEWSPAPERS.

 

VIRGINIA INDEPENDENT CHRONOCLE.

 

Name…………………………………….Date of Death……………….Date of Paper   

Mrs. Margaret Cleland ………….June 5, 1786……………………Aug. 16, 1786.

Mrs. Ann Beall……………………….Sept. 10, 1786…………………Sept. 20, 1786.

Chevalier de Laville Brune…….Lately………………………………Sept. 20, 1786.

George Harmer……………………..Tuesday, last………………….Wed. Sept. 20, 1786

Peter V. B. Livingston, Jr………..Sept. 23, 1786………………….Sept. 27, 1786.

Mrs. Ann Nicholas…………………Nov. 5, 1786……………………Nov. 6, 1786.

Abner Nash……………………………Dec. 2. 1786…………………..Dec. 27, 1786.

James Cross…………………………. Jan. 10, 1787………………….Jan. 24, 1787.

William Coutts………………………Thur. evening, 1787…………Wed., Jan. 24, 1787

Mrs. Elizabeth Hay ………………May 14, 1787…………………….May 27, 1787.

James Baron, [Barron]………….May 16, 1787……………………May 27, 1787.

John Hunter Holt…………………. Friday, May 16, 1787………..Wed., June 13, 1787.

William Adams…………………….. June 2, 1787……………………June 13, 1787.

Mrs. Ann Price……………………….Wed. last, 1787……………….Wed., June 13, 1787.

William Eaton……………………….Saturday, 1787…………………Wed., June 20, 1787.

Gerrard Banks……………………….Friday, 1787…………………….Wed., June 20, 1787.

Mrs. Formicola……………………..Monday, 1787…………………Wed., June 20, 1787.

Mrs. Anna Harrison………………Yesterday, 1787………………..Wed., Aug. 29, I787.

Henry Lee……………………………..Aug. 15, 1787…………………..Aug. 29, 1787, and Sept. 5, 1787.

Mrs. Elizabeth Wythe…………….Aug. 18, 1787…………………..Aug. 29, 1787.

Mrs. Margaret Hunter…………..Friday, 1787……………………..Oct. 3, 1787.

Mrs. lane Williams………………..Monday, 1787…………………..Oct. 3, 1787.

John Thoroughgood………………Lately…………………………….Oct. 24, 1787.

William Alsop………………………..Jan. 7, 1788…………………….Jan. 16, 1788.

Mrs. Susanna Sheilds……………………………………………………Jan. 30, 1788.

Boiling Stark…………………………Friday, 1788…………………….Wed., Jan. 30, 1788

Mrs. Tucker, wife of St. Geo.

Tucker…………………………………..Saturday, 1788 ………………Wed., Jan. 30, 1788.

Robert Murray………………………Sunday………………………….Wed., March 5, 1788.

Joseph Davenport……………………………………………………….March 12, 1788.

William Haywood…………………April 6, 1788…………………….April 16, 1788.

Mrs. Mary Davenport……………Lately……………………………..April 16, 1788.

Mrs. Mary Moore………………………………………………………….April 16, 1788.

*This list is believed to be complete, as far as it goes. It was prepared some years ago.

 

LIST OF OBITUARIES. 283

VIRGINIA GAZETTE.

 

Name…………………………………….Date of Death……………….Date of Paper

James Cross…………………………..Wednesday, 1787……………Jan. 25, 1787.

Mrs. Page, wife of John Page ………………………………………..Feb. 1, 1787.

Mrs. Taylor, wife of Col. Jno. Taylor [Tayloe]……………………Feb. 1, 1787.

John Lomax………………………………………………………………….Feb. 1, 1787.

Mrs. Roper, wife of Jesse

…………Roper…………………………..Thursday, 1787……………..March 22, 1787.

Mrs. Rebecca Stith………………….Saturday, 1787………………April 5, 1787.

James Honey………………Sunday Se’nnight night, 1787…….April 11, 1787.

William Adams………………………Tuesday, 1787………………..June 7, 1787.

Jesse Key………………………………..Sunday, 1787……………….Aug. 23, 1787.

Mrs. Harrison, wife of Benj.

Harrison, Jr…………………………….Tuesday, 1787……………….Aug. 30, 1787.

John Greenhow………………………Last Week, 1787……………Sept. 6, I787.

Mrs. Farquharson, widow of Jno. Farquharson………………Sept. 6, I787.

Beverley Dickson, Jr……………………………………………………..Sept. 6, 1787.

Mrs. Margaret Hunter…………………………………………………..Oct. 4, 1787.

Mrs. Jane Williams, wife of

Thomas Williams……………………Monday, 1787………………..Oct. 4, 1787.

James Buchanan…………………….Oct. 3, 1787…………………..Oct. 11, 1787.

George Wright………………………..Aug. 7, 1787………………….Oct. 11, 1787.

Robert Muirray………………………Sunday, 1788…………………March 6, 1788.

William Haywood…………………………………………………………April 17, 1788.

Mrs. Sarah Ronald……………………………………………………….May 29, 1788.

Drewidz John Banister…………………………………………………Oct. 16, 1788.

William Calder……………………………………………………………..Oct. 16, 1788.

Gabriel Galt………………………………………………………………….Oct. 30, 1788.

Mrs. Lettice Ball……………………………………………………………November 6, 1788.

George Carter………………………………………………………………November 6, 1788.

Alexander Skinner………………………………………………………..November 20, 1788.

Humphrey Harwood……………………………………………………..November 27, 1788.

Mrs. Orr, widow of Hugh Orr…………………………………………December 4, 1788.

Miles Hunter…………………………………………………………………December 18, 1788.

Mrs. Sarah Trebell…………………………………………………………February 12, 1789.

Mrs. Harwood, widow of Humphrey………………………………February 19, 1789.

John Shackleford………………………………………………………….February 19, 1789.

Alexander Strachan………………………………………………………February 26, 1789.

James Cocke………………………………………………………………..February 26, 1789.

Mrs. Ann Randolph, wife of Thos. M. Randolph……………..March 12, 1789.

Philip Johnson, [Johnston]…….. ……………………………………March 19, 1789.

 

284 VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE.

Name ………………………………………………………………………….Date of Paper

James Murray………………………………………………………………April 9, 1789.

Mrs. Jane Cringhan, wife of Dr. John Cringhan……………….April 30, 1789.

Littleton Eyre……………………………………………………………….May 21, 1789.

John McLean………………………………………………………………..May 28, 1789.

Richard Kello………………………. ………………………………………June 4, 1789.

James Swaine………………………………………………………………June 11, 1789.

George Richards…………………………………………………………..July 16, 1789.

David Griffith………………………………………………………………..August 27, 1789.

Robert Rawlings…………………………………………………………..September 24, 1789.

Williiam Trebell…………………………………………………………….October 15, 1789.

Mrs. McKeand, wife of John McKeand…………………………..November 12, 1789.

Richard Cary………………………………………………………………..November 19, 1789.

William Dawson……………………………………………………………November 19, 1789.

EXAMINER.

Mrs. Sarah Wilkinson…………………………………………………….October 10, 1800.

Thomas Bell…………………………………………………………………October 17, 1800.

Thomas Bell…………………………………………………………………October 24, 1800.

Willis Riddick………………………………………………………………..October 24, 1800.

William Nelson……………………………………………………………..January 13, 1801.

VIRGINIA ARGUS.

John Blair……………………………………………………………………..September 9, 1800.

Otway Byrd…………………………………………………………………..September 9, 1800.

William Bowyer…………………………………………………………….September 9, 1800.

VIRGINIA GAZETTE AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.

Abner Crump………………………………………………………………..January 15, 1802.

John Hay………………………………………………………………………January 26, 1802.

Elizabeth Skipwith………………………………………………………..March 26, 1802.

Mrs. Alice Marshall, wife of William Marshall…………………..April 24, 1802.

………………………………………………………………………………….|May 1, I802, May

May Andrew Dunscomb………………………………………………|8, 1802, (and Exam-

………………………………………………………………………………….|iner, May 5, 1802).

James Price………………………………………………………………….May 8, 1802.

Mrs. Washington, wife of George Washington……………….May 29, 1802.

George Nicolson…………………………………………………………..June 19, 1802.

William Nicolson…………………………………………………………..June 19, 1802.

Bernard Markham………………………………………………………..July 17, 1802.

Daniel Morgan……………………………………………………………..July 17, 1802.

John Tompkins……………………………………………………………..July 21, 1802.

Lewis Littlepage……………………………………………………………July 21, 1802.

George W. Hoomes………………………………………………………|July 28, 1802, (and

……………………………………………………………………………………|Examiner July 28,

……………………………………………………………………………………|1802).

 

LIST OF OBITUARIES. 285

 

Name ………………………………………………………………………….Date of Paper

Mrs. Judith Taylor, wife of Thomas Taylor………………………July 31, 1802.

Mrs. Harriet McRae, wife of Alexander McRae……………….August 18, 1802.

Mrs. Foushee, wife of Dr. William Foushee…………………….September 29, 1802.

Mrs. Currie, wife of Dr. James Currie……………………………..November 27, 1802.

William Norvell…………………………………………………………….November 27, 1802.

Mrs. Cockran, relict of David Cockran…………………………….November 27, 1802.

Mungo Roy, Jr……………………………………………………………..December 8, 1802.

THE EXAMINER.

Percy Smith Pope…………………………………………………………December 17, 1799.

………………………………………………………………………………….|December 20, 1799.

George Washington…………………………………………………….|December 24, 1799.

…………………………………………………………………………………..|February 28, 1800.

…………………………………………………………………………………..|March 4, 1800.

Robert Brooke………………………………………………………………March 7, 1800.

RECORDER.

James Price………………………………………………………………….May 19, 1802.

Gill Armistead Selden……………………………………………………June 9, 1802.

John Calland…………………………………………………………………February 9, 1803, (and Gazette Jan. 9, 1803).

EXAMINER.

John Willis……………………………………………………………………June 9, 1802.

Stephens Thompson Mason………………………………………….May 21, 1803, (and Examiner May 21).

GAZETTE.

William Ludwell Lee……………………………………………………..January 29, 1803.

Mrs. Judith Lyons, wife of Peter Lyons…………………………..March 9, 1803.

Daniel Dunscomb…………………………………………………………March 19, 1803, (and Exami’r Mar. 19).

Mrs. Rachel Brooke, wife of Robert Brooke……………………March 26, 1803.

William Harris……………………………………………………………….March 26, 1803.

William Radford……………………………………………………………April 6, 1803.

Archibald Timberlake…………………………………………………….April 30, 1803.

Mrs. Martha Shore, wife of Henry S. Shore……………………..May 25, 1803.

Wyndham Grymes…………………………………………………………April 16, 20, 1803.

Mrs. Elizabeth Rootes, wife of Edmund W. Rootes………….July 9, 1803.

Samuel Edens……………………………………………………………….July 23, 1803.

Edmund Pendleton……………………………………………………….October 29, 1803. Novemnber 2, 1803.

Nathaniel Carrington…………………………………………………….November 2, 1803.

Mrs. Jenny Pope Cousin, wife of Gerard B. Cousin…………..November 16, I803.

EXAMINER

William Booker……………………………………………………………..Oct. 16, 1802.

 

286 VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE.

 

Name………………………………………………………………………….Date of Paper

Mrs. Kitturah Kean, wife of Dr. Andrew Kean…………………March 12, 1803.

Mann Page…………………………………………………………………..April 6, 1803.

Roscow Lipscombe………………………………………………………June 22, 1803.

Mrs. Ann Countes Semple, wife of James Semple…………..June 29, 1803.

John Thomson Callender………………………………………………July 20, 1803.

Simon Shultz……………………………………………………………….July 27, 1803.

Mrs. Mildred Courtney, wife of Thomas Courtney…………..August 27, 1803.

Mrs. E. Whiting…………………………………………………………….January 3, 1804.

GAZETTE.

Mrs. Catherine Hare, wife of Thomas N. Hare………………..February 16, 1804.

Mary Hoye………………………………………………………………….February 29, 1804.

Mrs. Mary Gooseley, wife of George Gooseley………………March 17, I804.

John Chiswell Barret……………………………………………………March 24, I804.

Robert Sydnor…………………………………………………………….March 28,1804, and Apr. 7.

Anne G. C. Goodson…………………………………………………….August 18, 1804.

Mrs. Anna Maria Riddick………………………………………………August 29, 1804.

Christopher L. Smith……………………………………………………September 22, 1804

Josiah Hatcher…………………………………………………………….September 22, 1804.

Samuel Scherer……………………………………………………………September 28, 1804.

William Ross………………………………………………………………..September 28, 1804.

James Hayes………………………………………………………………..Oct. 10, 1804, (and Enquirer).

Mrs. McGraw, wife of Samuel McGraw………………………….October 10, 1804.

Smith Blakey……………………………………………………………….October 13, 1804.

Liston Temple……………………………………………………………..October 13, 1804.

Patrick Henry, Jr………………………………………………………….October 24, 1804.

Mrs. Ann Randolph………………………………………………………November 3, 1804.

Mrs. Martha Banks, wife of Henry Banks……………………….December 5, 1804.

John Lester………………………………………………………………….Dec. 22, 1804, (and Enquirer Dec. 22).

ENQUIRER.

Philip Pendleton………………………………………………………….August 8, 1804, (and Gazette, Aug. 6).

Mrs. Ester Cohen, wife of Jacob I. Cohen………………………August 25, 1804.

Thomas H. Ellis……………………………………………………………September 19, 1804.

Alexander White…………………………………………………………October 17, 1804.

Mrs. Elizabeth Claiborne, wife of W. C. C. Claiborne……….November 17, 1804.

Dr. John Brockenbrough……………………………………………..December 1, 1804.

Martha Royall Banks, wife of Henry Banks…………………….Dec. 8, 1804, (and Gazette, Dec. 5).

James Henry……………………………………………………………….January 18, 1805.

Mrs. West Jr………………………………………………………………..January 22, 1805.

 

LIST OF OBITUARIES. 287

 

Name …………………………………………………………………………Date of Paper

Dr. John K. Read, Jr……………………………………………………..March 5, 1805.

Dr. John K. Read, Sr……………………………………………………..“

Mrs. Martha K. Banks…………………………………………………..“

Mrs. Ogilvie, wife of James Ogilvie……………………………….March 12, 1805.

George Gairdner………………………………………………………….March 12, 1805.

Mrs. Polly Brainham, wife of James W. Brainham…………..April 2, 1805.

Dr. Daniel Wilson…………………………………………………………April 19, 1805.

William Winston…………………………………………………………..April 19, 1805.

GAZETTE.

Mrs. Ann Lightfoot, wife of William Lightfoot…………………May 29, 1805.

Jane Cary……………………………………………………………………..July 24, 1805.

William Wiseham………………………………………………………….August 7, 1805. August 10, 1805.

Nathaniel Thomson………………………………………………………August I7, 1805.

Mrs. Paine, wife of Orris Paine……………………………………….October 2, 1805.

Sir Peyton Skipwith……………………………………………………….Oct. 26, 1805, (and Argus, Oct. I9).

Joseph Jones………………………………………………………………..Nov. 2, 1805, (and Enquirer, Nov. 5, and

Argus Nov. 2).

Mrs. Harrison, wife of Jacob Harrison…………………………….November 6, 1805.

Dr. Jordan Anderson……………………………………………………..November 9, 1805.

Leonard Wilson…………………………………………………………….November 13, 1805.

Mrs. Mary Anderson, wife of Dr. Jordan Anderson………….November 20, 1805.

Dr. Robert Carter………………………………………………………….November 27, 1805.

James Blagrove……………………………………………………………December 7, 1805.

John Hoomes………………………………………………………………December 21, 1805.

Elizabeth Cary………………………………………………………………December 21, 1805.

Robert Andrews…………………………………………………………..February 4, 1804.

Henry Randolph……………………………………………………………February 4, I804.

John Day……………………………………………………………………..April 4, 1804.

Mrs. Frances Lynch, wife of James Head Lynch………………July 21, 1804.

Madame Cornillon……………………………………………………….July 21, 1804.

Hastings Lynch…………………………………………………………….October 20, 1804.

John Fox……………………………………………………………………..December 12, 1804.

Francis Trouin………………………………………………………………December 12, 1804.

IMPARTIAL OBSERVER.

George Wythe……………………………………………………………..June 14, 1806, (and Enquirer, June 10).

Meriwether Jones………………………………………………………..August 23, 1806.

John Davis…………………………………………………………………..September 20, 1806.

Mrs. Brough, wife of Robert Brough……………………………..September 20, 18o6.

John L. Price………………………………………………………………..October 11, 1806.

 

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Name …………………………………………………………………………Date of Paper

Mrs. Sarah Smith, wife of George W. Smith……………………October 11, 1806.

Dr. James Blamire………………………………………………………..October 18. 1806.

Lewis Harvie………………………………………………………………..April 25, 1807.

ENQUIRER.

Stewart Bankhead………………………………………………………..May 14, 1805.

John Dixon…………………………………………………………………..May 24, 1805.

Lunsford Lomax…………………………………………………………..June 7, 1805.

Mrs. Elizabeth Jones Dunn, w of Washington V. Dunn…….July 16, 1805.

Alexander Pope Price…………………………………………………..July 19, 1805.

Catherine Storke………………………………………………………….August 2, 1805.

John Booker………………………………………………………………..August 6, 1805.

James Waddell…………………………………………………………….October 4, 1805.

Mrs. Susan Field, wife of Thomas Field…………………………..October 4, 1805.

Joseph Shelton Watson………………………………………………..October 8, 1800.

Elias Wills…………………………………………………………………….Oct. 8, 1805, (and Argus, Oct. 9).

George Richardson………………………………………………………October 18, 1805.

  1. D. Hopkins………………………………………………………..November 5, 1805.

Austin Derbigny…………………………………………………………..November 19, I800.

Beverley Stanard…………………………………………………………November 19, 1805.

Leonard Willson…………………………………………………………..November 19, 1805.

Henry Benskin Lightfoot……………………………………………….November 19, 1805.

David Patteson, Jr………………………………………………………..January 2, 1806.

John Napier…………………………………………………………………February 18, 1806, (and Argus).

Robert H. Woodson……………………………………………………..March 18, 1806.

Mrs. Susanna Walford, wife of Edward Walford……………..March 18, 1806.

Mrs. Mary Price, relict of John Price……………………………….March 18, 1806.

Mrs. Ann Yancey, wife of David Yancey………………………….March 28, 1806.

Mrs. Maria Cocke, wife of Bowler F. Cocke……………………..April 1, 1806.

Mrs. Mary B. Randolph, wife of Thomas Randulph………….April 22, 1806.

ARGUS.

William Walker……………………………………………………………..March 21, 1804.

Mrs. Rebecca E. Tucker…………………………………………………March 31, 1804.

Henry Royster………………………………………………………………March 31, 1804.

Mrs. Eppes, wife of John W. Eppes………………………………..May 2, 1804.

Thomas Pleasants………………………………………………………..May 9, 1804.

Jacob Bockius……………………………………………………………..June 2, 1804.

William Jones………………………………………………………………June 9, 1804.

Dr. Wray……………………………………………………………………..July 11, 1804.

John Trigg…………………………………………………………………..July 14, 1804.

Jacob Wheaton……………………………………………………………July 21, 1804.

 

LIST OF OBITUARIES. 289

 

Name …………………………………………………………………………Date of Paper

Dr. Ashley Adams………………………………………………………..August 8, 1804.

Mrs. Martha Gordon, relict of James Gordon…………………September 7, 1804.

Daniel Boyce……………………………………………………………….September 12, 1804.

Mrs. Allen, wife of Jedediah Allen…………………………………September 26, 1804.

Joseph Watkins…………………………………………………………..September 26, 1804.

Thomas Lewis……………………………………………………………..September 26, 1804.

Col. William Finnie……………………………………………………….October 24, 1804.

Mrs. Frances Brooking…………………………………………………October 27, 1804.

John Caldwell………………………………………………………………November 28, 1804.

John Woodger……………………………………………………………..December 22, 1804.

Mrs. Ann Dobie…………………………………………………………….January 30, 1805.

Archibald Lang……………………………………………………………..February 6, 1805.

Quin Morton………………………………………………………………..February 16, 1805.

Dr. John K. Read, Sr………………………………………………………February 16, 1805.

lames Johnson……………………………………………………………..March 15, 1805.

William Winston……………………………………………………………April 20, 1805.

William Webb…………………….. ……………………………………….May 1, 1805.

Francis Scott………………………………………………………………..May 29, 1805.

Mrs. Mary Jordan, wife of Edward Jordan………………………June 19, 1805.

Mrs. Jane Fairfax, relict of Bryan (Lord) Fairfax………………July 6, 1805.

James West………………………………………………………………….July 20, 1805.

Mrs. Mary Guerrant, wife of Peter Guerrant…………………..August 3, 1805.

Mrs. Margaret Rowland………………………………………………..August 10, 1805.

John Royall………………………………………………………………….August 28, 1805.

William Worrock…………………………………………………………..Sept. 21, 1805.

Andrew McCombe……………………………………………………….September 25, 1805.

Mrs. Janet Russell………………………………………………………..September 28, 18o0.

Thomas Fearn……………………………………………………………..October 12, 1805.

Edward Johnson………………………………………………………….October 16, 1805.

Mrs. Ann Sheilds, wife of David Sheilds………………………….October 19, 1805.

William Webster…………………………………………………………..October 30, 1805.

John Baker………………………………………………………………….November 6, 1805.

Dr. William Wilkinson……………………………………………………November 23, 1805.

Moses Tredway……………………………………………………………November 27, 1805.

Thomas Lewis………………………………………………………………November 30, 1805.

John Syme…………………………………………………………………..December 4, 1805.

Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, wife of Dr. David Walker……………..December 14, 1805.

ENQUIRER.

William Bryan………………………………………………………………..February 6, 1806.

Robert Burton………………………………………………………………February I5, 1806.

Lyne Shackleford………………………………………………………….May 20, 1806.

Mrs. Sarah Bruce, wife of James Bruce…………………………..May 30, 1806.

Edward P. Chamberlayne………………………………………………June 17, 1806.

 

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Name ………………………………………………………………………….Date of Paper

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Clarke, wife of John Clarke………………….July 15, I8o6, (and Argus, July 16.)

Mary Elliott………………………………………………………………….July 22, 1806.

Charles Carter………………………………………………………………July 22, 1806.

James Upshaw…………………………………………………………….July 22, 1806.

James Tompkins…………………………………………………………..August 1, 1806.

Mrs. Ambler…………………………………………………………………August 5, 1806.

Mrs. Francis Gantier……………………………………………………..August 5, 1806.

John Davis…………………………………………………………………..September 16, 1806.

Dr. William Johnson……………………………………………………..October 21, 1806.

Octavia St. Clair Dandridge……………………………………………October 24, 1806.

Gabriel Jones……………………………………………………………….October 31, 1806.

Mrs. Jane Tredway, wife of Thomas Tredway………………….October 31, 1806.

William Lawrence…………………………………………………………November 21, 1806.

Nathaniel Pope…………………………………………………………….December 2, 1806.

Joseph Selden……………………………………………………………..January 31, 1807.

Thomas Burke………………………………………………………………February 6, 1807.

John Harvie………………………………………………………………….February I3, 1807.

Samuel Roane………………………………………………………………February 27, 1807.

William Guy………………………………………………………………….March 17, 1807.

Mrs. Rebecca Hay, wife of George Hay………………………….March 24, 1807.

Muscoe Garnett…………………………………………………………..March 24, 1807.

Samuel Richardson………………………………………………………April 7, 1807.

John Beckley……………………………………………………………….April 14, 1807.

Dr. James Currie…………………………………………………………..April 24, 1807, (and Gazette, Apr. 25,) (and Argus, April 24.)

William Austin………………………………………………………………May 1, 1807.

ARGUS.

Mrs. Susanna Pierce, wife of Godwin Pierce……………………October 19, 1810.

John Prosser………………………………………………………………..October 30, 1810.

Edward Carrington……………………………………………………….October 30, 1810.

Edward Carrington……………………………………………………….November 2, 1810.

John Brown…………………………………………………………………November 2, 1810.

Samuel Barron……………………………………………………………..November 6, 1810.

John Heath…………………………………………………………………..November 20, 1810.

Dr. Watts……………………………………………………………………..November 20, 1810.

Abraham Judah……………………………………………………………November 20, 1810.

Joseph Scott………………………………………………………………..December 14, 1810.

Mrs. Anne Craig……………………………………………………………December 21, 1810.

William Terry………………………………………………………………..December 25, 1810.

Cyrus Griffin…………………………………………………………………December 25, 1810.

Cyrus Griffin…………………………………………………………………December 28, 1810.

 

LIST OF OBITUARIES. 291

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER.

 

Name ………………………………………………………………………….Date of Paper

Henry Lee…………………………………………………………………….April 9, 1818.

ENQUIRER.

Christopher McRae………………………………………………………December 31, 1808.

General Martin (Henry county)……………………………………..January 10, 1808.

Mrs. Gilly Stevens, relict of General Edward Steves………..January 27, 1821.

James Baytop………………………………………………………………Jan. 22, 1821. (Torn, see another copy.)

Thomas Jeffries……………………………………………………………May 31, 1822.

John W. Semple…………………………………………………………..May 31, 1822.

Mrs. Lucy Davis, wife of Arthur L. Davis………………………….October 31, 1823.

Nicholas Cobbs……………………………………………………………..October 31, 1823.

Mathew Branch…………………………………………………………….October 31, 1823.

FAMILY VISITOR.

Mrs. Anni Gresham, wife of William Gresham………………….February 1, 1823.

Johni C. Lawrence…………………………………………………………February 1, 1823.

Hiram Blackwell……………………………………………………………February 8, 1823.

John Buchanan…………………………………………………………….December 21, 1822.

Samuel Wydown…………………………………………………………..March 1, 1823.

William Nott, Jr…………………………………………………………….“

Mrs. Susanna L. Pleasants, wife of Daniel G. Pleasants…….”

David Watkins………………………………………………………………“

John Livingston……………………………………………………………October 11, 1823.

Edmund Taylor……………………. ………………………………………“

William Dickinson ………………………………………………………..“

Mrs. Mary Poore ………………………………………………………….“

Pinkethman D. Booker, Sr……………………………………………..“

Thomas Holes……………………………………………………………….“

Lorenzo White………………………………………………………………“

Mrs. Susanna Moore……………………………………………………..“

Mrs. Ann Allison…………………………………………………………….“

Mrs. Elizabeth Green……………………………………………………..“

Mary Pierce……………………………………………………………………“

John M. Ryan…………………………………………………………………“

Rebecca Thornton………………………………………………………….“

Grace Hall………………………………………………………………………“

Matthew Harvey…………………………………………………………….“

John Christian…………………………………………………………………“

Mrs. Margaret Priddy, relict of John Priddy……………………….“

John T. Ford…………………………………………………………………….July I0, 1824.

Mrs. Johannah Semple, wife of James Semple………………….“

Julia Ann Moss………………………………………………………………..“

(TO BE CONCLUDED.)

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Genealogy transcription: Obituary of Lucian A. Porter.

Genealogy transcription: Obituary of Lucian A. Porter.

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Strong-Porter House, Coventry, Connecticut
Strong-Porter House, Coventry, Connecticut

The following is my genealogy transcription of the obituary of Lucian A. Porter, who died in Coventry, Connecticut. The original and more on this individual and family are available on Blythe Genealogy.

 

Obituary for Lucian A. Porter

Featured image above:

There was an interpretive sign there, explaining how the Strong-Porter house was originally built in 1730 in Coventry, Connecticut by Aaron Strong, Nathan Hale’s great uncle. (The Nathan Hale Homestead is a half mile up the road). Later, in 1758, the Porter family bought the dwelling and expanded it.

It still stands as a national heritage home.

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A MEMORIAL

Obituary of Lucian A. Porter
Obituary of Lucian A. Porter.

Lucian A. Porter was born March 22, 1819, in Coventry, Connecticut. His father died when he was eleven and his mother when he was fifteen years old. From the time of his father’s death he began to care for himself, working on a farm in summers and attending school in winters. When he was about seventeen years of age he entered the Academy at Ellington, Conn., and during the next six years he studied in the Academies at Westfield and Monson, Mass., teaching meantime to pay his expenses. When nineteen years old he became a member of the First Congregational Church of Rockville, Conn., the only young man among those who, that day, confessed  He married Parmelia M. Dimock, Septemeber 7, 1846. After his marriage he lived, in Plymouth and Winsted, Conn., engaged in various business enterprises. In the spring of 1854 he removed to Ohio and settled in business in Painesville, residing here until his death June 18, 1889.

To those who have watched the closing of a life like that of Mr. Porter there is a pathetic interest in the brief record of his early years. They read between the lines the story of the  boy who longed and labored for an education and made a man of himself in spite of obstacles. The same steadfastness of purpose which has marked his Christian life these many years is seen in the beginning when the boyt of nineteen stood alone to devote himself to the service of Christ and the Church. We go back to the quiet wedding when the companionship of forty-three years began, flowing on through loss and sickness in unbroken harmony till death brought the parting. The years since 1854 have been known to all the residents of Painesville. To sum them up is to speak of the good citizen, the upright man of business, the faithful servant of the Church, the devoted trustee of the Seminary, the head of a Christian home. Those who knew Mr. Porter in each of these relations of life will recall some trait of character, some good deed which might fitly be spread upon the printed page, but when a good man dies his record is in many hearts and lives and it is not easy to gather into a paragraph the tribute of all who would testify to his worth.

Upright and honorable, but selfcontained, and somewhat reserved, too early weighted  with the burdens of life to seem other than seriously minded, although possessing a sense of humor that brightened many a dark hour, Mr. Porter was less known socially and in public than some men. His life moved in blessed influence along two special lines, the Seminary and the Church. The tie that bound him to the Seminary was peculiarly tender. It seemed almost as dear to him as the only son whose  life, cut short in early manhood, began in 1859, the same year in which the Seminary was opened. He was familiar with the hopes and plans preceding that year. Many a conference was held in the rear of his store when Father Hawks, Judge Wilcox and others consulted in regard to its interests. He was, therefore, no stranger to its inner life when, in 1859, he was elected trustee and treasurer of the Seminary. This was a critical time in its history. The expensive services of a steward were dispensed with and Mr. Porter undertook, without salary, to make purchases and oversee repairs and thus help out the limited income. This valuable service was continued till failing health compelled him in 1872 to give up a part of his work. Upon the death of Judge Wilcox in 1881, Mr. Porter was elected to succeed him as Secretary of the Board of Trustees which office he held till his death, although often during the last year expressing to his associates his desire to resign in favor of a stronger man. The last effort of his life was an unsuccessful attempt to guide his pen for the signing of the diploma of the class of ’89. He was also a member of the Executive Committee, having charge during many summer vacations of the repairs in the buildings, a service requiring daily oversight and attention to details. But, beyond this outward service the Seminary owes to him more than can be estimated for wise counsel and unfailing sympathy. To the last days of his life when his failing eyes rested on a little sketch for Memorial Hall, fastened to the wall near his chair, no subject connected with the Seminary was ever wearisome to him. His latest words to the teachers expressed the oft repeated longing that God would raise up strong men and good women to take the vacant places in its board of trust.

Before his connection with the Seminary Mr. Porter was a trusted officer in the Congregational church  of Painesville. He was for many years a trustee and a member of the Church Committee, thus holding the most important relations to pastor and people. He was also a wise and faithful member of various committees formed to meet emergencies in the history of the church, so that his own life and the life of the church moved on together for more than thirty years. Whether he was called to meet the heavy responsibilities of a building committee or the delicate task of selecting a new pastor, whatever was the trust committed to him, he gave to it the best that was in him with unselfish devotion. He was teacher of one of the largest adult Bible classes in the State and leader of the Sabbath school teachers in their weekly study of the International Lessons. It was natural that the Thursday evening prayer meeting after his death should become a memorial service for him, and especially fitting that a former fellow laborer in church and Sabbath school, Mr. T. S. Baldwin, should be present to bear testimony to the strong and helpful life of other years.

It remained to this useful, upright life to be crowned with suffering. Since 1872, Mr. Porter has borne a heavy burden of ill health, weary days and sleepless nights, alternating with periods of apparent restoration to health. For a year and a half he has lingered in the immediate shadow of the great change. In the winter of 1888, reluctantly, not because he was afraid to die, but because with the instinct of a true man he wanted to die at his post, he closed his business and retired to the seclusion of his home, and much of the time, to the deeper seclusion of his thick room. There he bore with fortitude not only pain and weakness, but the harder trial of seeming to be useless in the world, of having dropped out of its busy current into a life which was hardly more than death. But he turned a cheerful face to the favored friends who saw him in these days of trial and they did not realize till it was over how much the long struggle had cost him.

The end was that no not unexpected. Again and again during the year physicians and friends thought he had a few hours to live but he himself had never felt that the time had come. Now, however, something within or a voice from heaven told him that the end was near. There seemed little outward change; it was not necessary to send messages far and near: the family retired with a cheerful “good night,” and he prepared for quiet rest in charge of his nurse. Early in the June morning, when nature was at her fairest, in a moment, without fear or surprise, he was gone.

The funeral services were held in the church on Friday morning, June 21, at half past ten o’clock. The church was made beautiful with tall ferns and pots of growing plants, till it seemed as if summer had come within the walls to remind us that

“Sweet fields beyond the swelling flood
Stand dressed in living green.”

The declarations that beautify the Seminary Chapel for its thirtieth anniversary found a fitting place around the casket of its beloved and honored friend. The ladies of the church sent a cross of rose buds standing like a pillar straight and fair, the Bible Class presented a large basket of ferns and white roses, and the teachers of the Seminary a pillow of “peace,” and a wreath of pansies. The services were conducted by the pastor, Rev. P. W. Sinks, and Rev. Dr. Haydn. The hymns–“Jerusalem the Golden” and “How Firm a Foundation”–were sung by the choir, and after Scripture reading by pastor, Dr. Haydn began his remarks by saying how willingly he came to stand in a familiar place and bring his tribute to the memory of a good man. He recalled the strong men of the church who stood by him and his pastorate twenty years ago, men of marked individuality, among whom Mr. Porter was one of the strongest. He emphasized those traits of character familiar to all who knew him, integrity of purpose, rectitude towards man, faith toward God joined with the rare talent for the administration of affairs, adding, “and when you have said this of a man, what more can be said?” And yet there was one thing more, his broad and deep acquaintance with the Bible and insight into the truths revealed there, so that “his rising in the weekly meeting to speak or to offer prayer was to me,” said Dr. Haydn, “an occasion of deep interest.” His pastor, Rev. Mr. Sinks, bore the same testimony in these words: “Brother Porter was a very gifted man. He drank deep draughts from the inexhaustible fountain of light and truth–the word of God. He lived in the Scriptures, its truths shaped his life and adorned his character. I cheerfully bear this testimony to his grasp upon the Scriptures. In my experience, I have not met among ministry or laity a riper expositor of the truth of God. While it is the privilege of us all to gather up here and there a gem of truth it is not extravagant for me to say that Brother Porter went down into the word and brought up its gems and pure gold by armsfull. Patient, cheerful and with courage touching the great future, he has finished his work and has entered into the rest which he was accustomed to contemplate with joy. Often did he give expression to his faith in these lines transcribed by his own hand in his last illness.

“If round Thy footstool here below
Such radiant gems are strong,
Oh, what magnificence must glow
Great God, before Thy throne!
So radiant here, these rays of light,
There, full-motion beans now praise.”

The burial took place in Evergreen Cemetery where kind hands had lined the grave with evergreens. Mrs. Porter was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Smith of Elyria, and Mr. Mansfield of Cleveland, an old time friend of Mr. Porter. Mrs. Smith, (Louise Porter, the niece who had been as a daughter in the house) arrived on Monday to attend the reunion of her class at the Seminary and was thus at home when the sudden and peaceful and came, when, as his pastor so beautifully expressed it, his life went out like the morning star, “which sinks not into a darkening west, but melts away into the brightness of heaven.”

M. E.
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