OBITS 1845


The Baltimore Sun, Obits,  April 1, 1845.

   On the morning of the 31 ult., Olevia Frances, youngest child of A.J.
Harrison, aged 3 years, 9 months and 18 days.

   On Monday, March 31st, Emily, second daughter of the Rev. Jas. R.
Williams, after a long and painful illness.

   At his residence, Ellicott's Mills, on Saturday morning, 29th ult.,
between 5 and 6 o'clock, after a short illness, JOSEPH EARLOUGHER, in the
69th year of his age, leaving a large circle of relations and friends to
mourn his loss.

   At Washington, on the 30th ult., Charles M. Heseltine, in the 36th year of
his age.

Submitted by:
D. Rhema

LEONARD - On the 28th ult, after a protracted pulmonary illness of seven months, Mrs. Mary Leonard, in the 32nd year of her age, leaving her husband with three small children. Her afflictions were borne with Christian fortitude and resignation, and although in the providence of God, but two months since she was called to endure the loss of a beloved child, in the fourth year of its age, she mourned not, but confided in his promise, that "all things shall work together for good to them that love the Lord." She departed in the full triumphs of the gospel faith; and when the work of death had so beclouded her vision that the forms of her loved ones were no longer visible to her, with that mysterious spiritual sight, which frequently precedes the last moment of the Christian's earthly pilgrimage, she beheld the glories of the upper world, and gave praise to God, "that she was about to join the spirit of her departed babe," in that rest which Christ hath prepared for his faithful disciples.

 Baltimore Sun on Tuesday, 1 July 1845, 
 Submitted by: Anne Marie

 NOWLAN - At 6 o'clock on Monday afternoon, 30 ult., Frnacis Nowlan, in the 53d year of his age, a native of the County Roscommon, Ireland, but for many years a respectable citizen of Baltimore. His friends are respectfully requested to attend his Funeral, from the residence of Mr. Thos Murray, NO. 352 Franklin street, east of Cove, on Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock, without further notice. 

HEALD - On Saturday morning, 28th ult., Mrs. Hannah, consort of William Heald, in the 51st year of her age. 

McCALL - On the 29th ult., Mary McCall, consort of John McCall, aged 32 years. Her friends and acquaintances are requested to attend her funeral from her late residence, No. 291 East Monument street, on this (Tuesday) afternoon, at 4 o'clock, without further notice. 

SMITH - On Sunday morning, 29th ult., Catharine Holliday Smith, infant daughter of Joseph and Maria Smith, aged 2 years and 9 months. Farewell, beloved one! Thou art gone Where angels tune their harps of gold. To praise thy God in Heaven. Beautiful, joyous child! We weep O'er thee the sorrowing tear, For thou a favorite was sweet "Kate," With all who saw thee here; But, while we mourn that thou art gone, Joy to our hearts is given, To know that angels loved thee too, And bore thee up to Heaven. 

HARMAN - At her residence in Anne ARundel county, Md., on the 27th ult., Mrs. Mary Harman, consort of John Harman, in the 70(?)th year of her age. Dearest mother hast thou left us! From this vain world of sin Jesus took thee in his bosom To drink his endless pleasures in. Dearest mother, we hope to meet thee On Ca??an;s bright and happy shore, Where sickness, sorrow, pain and death, Are feared and felt no more. 

SHAMBERG - Departed this life on the morning of the 28th ult., after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian resignation and fortitude, and with a full hope of a glorious immortality, Mrs. Margaretta 
Shamberg, in her 77th year.

 JACKSON - On the 29th ult., Eugene, second son of James M. and Anna Jackson, aged 6 months.

Baltimore Sun November 6, 1845
Submitted by: Rose

Daugherty, On the morning of the 4th inst., NEAL DAUGHERTY, in the 78th year of
his age, for many years a respectable citizen of Baltimore. 
His friends and acquaintance are respectfully invited to attend his
funeral, which will take place this (Wednesday) afternoon, at 2 1/2
o'clock, from his late residence at the corner of Ross and Union sts.

Kiggins, On Tuesday evening, 4th inst., Mr. THOMAS KIGGINS, in the 55th year
of his age.
His friends and acquaintances are requested to attend his funeral
this day from his late residence, at Mr. Thomas Cassilly's, Spring
st., at 3 1/2 o'clock P.M.

DEAGLE, On Saturday morning, 1st inst., at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. MAGAURAN ELIZABETH DEAGLE, wife of the late Capt. Simon Deagle,
in the 85th year of her age. She died as she lived, a most pious and
devout Christian. May she rest in peace.

BALDERSTON,At Frederick, Md. 26th ult. Mrs. CATHERINE BALDERSTON, wife of John

JOHNSON, In Washington co., 27th ult., Capt. JOHN JOHNSON, in his 79th year.

HUGHLETT, In Dorchester co., 30th ult., RICHARD HUGHLETT, in his 28th year, son
of Col. Wm. Hughlett, of Talbot co.

DUFFY, In St. Mary's co., 30th ult., TERANCE DUFFY, a native of Ireland,
but a resident of Md., for the last 27 years

WEBSTER, At New York, 1st inst., JOHN B. WEBSTER, aged 33 years, late of the
firm of Burger, Webster & Co.

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