ABSTRACTS FROM FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER   1851 - 1854
Transcribed and shared by Carolyn Gibbons     Posted July 05, 2007 by Myrtle Bridges


"These abstracts include all of the marriages and deaths especially marked in the
Fayetteville Observer for the years 1851 through 1854. I have also included items from
the news part of the paper, abstracting, whenever names were mentioned, fires, homicides,
accidents and illnesses.

I am sure there are errors although I have tried to avoid any; if anyone finds something
that is in error, please notify me, and I will correct the item.

I have, whenever possible included for the women Miss or Mrs., and I have indexed married
women by maiden name when it can be inferred, such as when she was noted as the daughter
of someone.

The key I used for the various items is:

D    Death; any person mentioned in the item will be marked in the index with a D.
F    Fire; these items usually include only property damage but do name people and/or business.
Any person mentioned in the item will be marked in the index with an F.
I    Illness/Injury; any person mentioned in the item will be marked in the index with an I.
M   Marriage; any person mentioned in the item will be marked in the index with an M.
"   Carolyn


07 Jan 1851
	D	Henry I. TOOLE, Esq., Editor of the Wilmington Aurora, died in that place on the 28th ult. Leaving a 
	family of 5 young children, in 41st year of his age.  Remains moved Mon to his native county, 
	Edgecombe to be with family.  MORE
	D	In Stanly Co, on the 16th ult., James MURRAY, aged about 48.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 25th ult., James GADDY, Esq.  Also, on the 25th ult., I. M. McTHREADGILL.  Also, 
	on the 31st, Spratley PONDS, Esq.  Also, on the 1st inst., John BUCHANAN, Sen.
	D	In Wadesborough, on the 25th ult., Willis GEANS.
	D	At Wilmington, on the 20th ult., Mrs. Emma PETERSON, aged 45.  Also, on the 28th, Mrs. Miranda FAIL,
	 consort of Mr. Needham FAIL.
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 23d ult., Maj. Jas. MATHIS, in the 87th year of his age.  Also, on the 29th, Miss 
	Thursey BOON, daughter of Thomas BOON, dec'd, aged about 28 years.
	D	In this town [Fayetteville in Cumberland County, NC], on Sun morning last, Mrs. Henrietta A. CAMPBELL, 
	aged 60, relict of the late Hugh CAMPBELL.
	F	Dwelling of Mr. F. J. LORD at Orton Mills, Brunswick Co was destroyed by fire on the night of the 28th 
	ult., with nearly all the furniture.
	F	Cotton factory owned by M. TOWNSEND, Esq., near Bennettsville, SC totally destroyed by fire Tuesday 
	last .  Loss $22,0000; Insurance $7,500.  MORE
	M	In Sampson Co on 19 Nov, Mr. Abner M. FAISON to Miss Susan FAISON, of TN.  Also on the 3d ult., Mr. 
	Thomas J. FAISON to Mrs. Sarah McCALAP.  Also on the 12th ult., Mr. John PURVIS to Miss Marinda 
	PEARSON.
	M	In this county on the 19th ult., by the Rev. Evander McNAIR, Mr. D. W. JACKSON, P. W. P. of Rose 
	Wreath Division, Sampson Co to Miss Margaret McMILLAN, only daughter of Malcom McMILLAN.
	M	In Richmond Co on the 19th ult., by the Rev. John MUNROE, Wm. D. TOWNSEND to Miss Laura Jane, 
	daughter of Wm. GRAHAM, Esq.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 24th inst., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. Duncan WILKISON, of Richmond, to 
	Miss Margaret McGEACHY, daughter of Neill McGEACHY, Esq.
	M	At Lilesville, Anson Co, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. A. B. SMITH, Wm. R. INGRAM, Esq., to Miss Laura,
	 daughter of Nelson P. LILES, all of Anson Co.
	M	In this vicinity on Thurs evening last, by the Rev. Mr. GILCHRIST, Mr. Henry G. HALL to Miss Emily B, 
	daughter of Dr. Benjamin ROBINSON.
14 Jan 1851
	D	Near Lumber Bridge, Robeson Co, on the 27th ult., after a painful illness of 3 days, Mrs. Catharine 
	CURRIE, consort of Mr. M. P. CURRIE.
	D	Near Cheraw, SC, Mr. Jno. McCOLMAN, formerly of NC, aged 71.
	D	At Louisville, AL, on the 25th ult., Donald Warnack, son of A. R. & Mary McDONALD, in the 4th year of 
	his age.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 3rd inst., Mary Ann YOPP, relict of the late John C. YOPP, in the 51st year of her 
	age.  Also, on the 5th, Mrs. Elizabeth WOOD, aged 33 years, wife of Mr. Daniel W. WOOD, of CA.  Also,
	 on the 7th, Mrs. Hetty GRANT, consort of Rev. Reuben GRANT, aged about 35 years.
	D	In Greensborough, on the 12th ult., Mrs. Martha J. GRETTER, widow of the late David B. GRETTER.
	D	Near White Plains, Benton Co, AL, on 25 Nov last, Lemuel SCABROUGH, aged about 40 years.  
	Emigrated from NC to this county 10 or 12 years ago and resided here until death.  Leaves wife & 8 or 9
	 children.  MORE
	M	Near Holly Springs, MS, on the 24th ult., Mr. Robert JOHNSON, of the firm of COOK & JOHNSON, of this 
	place, to Miss Jennet P., younger daughter of John McKINNON, Esq., of the former place.
 	M	In Alamance Co, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. John R. HOLT, Mr. Wm. G. ALBRIGHT, of Chatham, to 
	Miss Barbary A., daughter of John TROLLINGER, Esq.
	M	In Raleigh, on Wed night last, at the Methodist Church, by the Rev. B. T. BLAKE, Mr. Jos. HARDIE to 
	Miss Emeline MURRAY.
	M	On the 24th ult., by Rev. R. J. LEDBETTER, Mr. T. S. JORDAN, of Montgomery, to Miss Elizabeth 
	BALDWIN, of Richmond.
	M	In Greensborough, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. Chas. F. DEEMS, Mr. Francis A. GARRETT to Miss 
	Elizabeth O. DOAK, daughter of James W. DOAK, dec'd.
	M	Near Rockingham, Richmond Co, on Wed evening last, by the Rev. Evander McNAIR, Col. Archibald S. 
	McNEILL, of this county, to Mrs. M. Virginia COVINGTON.
21 Jan 1851
	D	On the 28th ult., in Robeson Co, NC, in 75th year of his age, John McNEILL Sr., native of Kincefordale, 
	Argyleshire, Scotland.  Came US 1792, settled Robeson Co.  MORE
	D	Wilmington Chronicle:  Mrs. GRANT, the notice of whose decease appears in our obituary column, died 
	of the Small Pox; an infant child left by her about 2 years old  is now sick with the same disease; neither 
	had been vaccinated.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. James O. STEDMAN, Eli W. HALL, Esq., Attorney at Law, to
	 Miss Margaret, daughter of John DAWSON, Esq.
	M	Near Jefferson, Cass Co TN, on 12 Dec 1850, Mr. William  J. LEETE, late of this place, to Miss Ann 
	PUGH, of Cass Co.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 2d inst., by John SHEPARD, Esq., Little William THOMAS [little seems to be a 
	description, not part of his name] to Miss Catharine WELDON, daughter of Daniel WELDON, Esq., all of 
	Moore.
	M	At Rockfish village, on the 4th inst., by Rev. A. McALISTER, Mr. Robert McLERAN to Miss Nancy 
	McCORQUDALE.
	M	In Anson Co, on 26 Dec, by Rev. Wesley L. PEGUES, Dr. Hugh C. CHAPMAN, of Chesterfield C. H., SC, 
	to Miss Mary Jane, daughter of John GRADY, Esq., of Anson.
	M	On the 14th inst., by the Rev. Chas. MANSHIP, Robert E. TOWNSEND to Miss Emily, daughter of Rev. 
	Thomas COOK, all of Marlborough District, SC.
28 Jan 1851
	D	In Wilmington, on the 16th inst., Mr. Joseph H. WATTERS, one of the largest planters and most 
	respected citizens of Brunswick Co, in his 68th year.
	D	In Robeson Co, very suddenly on the 19th inst., Mr. John POWELL, aged 90 years.
	D	In Montgomery Co, on the 18th inst., after a painful illness of 6 days, Miss Sarah McAULEY, aged 29 
	years 2 months.  Presbyterian.
	D	Recently, in Montgomery Co, on Clark's Creek, Mr. Archibald WILLIAMS, aged about 65 years.  Native 
	of Montgomery Co, a good neighbor, indulgent master, kind parent, affectionate husband.  Also 
	recently, Mr. John ROBINSON, formerly deputy sheriff of Montgomery Co, aged about 70.
	D	In Brunswick Co, on the 5th inst., Mr. Hugh MATHEWS, in his 73d year.  Native of Robeson Co, lived 
	Brunswick about 30 years.  Left wife, daughter.  MORE
	D	In Fayette Co, TN, on 20 Dec 1850, in the 66th year of his age, Rev. Henry WARREN, formerly a 
	resident of this county.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 17th inst., by James C. ROPER, Esq., Thomas WILLIAMS, Esq., to Miss 
	Martha BOYD, all of Montgomery.
	M	At Floral College, Robeson Co, NC, by the Rev. John R. McINTOSH, Hector McNEILL, M.D., of Clio, SC, 
	to Miss Elizabeth H. JEWETT, daughter of Mr. Samuel JEWETT, of Brooklyn, NY.
	M	In Richmond Co, on the 17th ult., by Rev. A. B. SMITH, Mr. Milton S. AUSTIN, to Miss Margaret E. 
	DUMAS, daughter of I. A. DUMAS, Esq.
	M	On the 22d inst., by Rev. Thomas GIBSON, Mr. John H. McLEAN, of Robeson Co, to Miss Catharine I. 
	MURPHY, of Richmond Co.
	M	In Everittsville, on the 21st inst., by the Rev. Curtis HOOKS, Mr. Boaz HOOKS, to Miss Susan E., 
	daughter of Furnifold JERNIGAN, Esq.  Also at the same time and place, Mr. DeWitt SHERARD to Miss 
	Nancy M., daughter of Rev. Curtis HOOKS.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. Hugh McALPIN, Dr. H. A. BIZZEL, to Miss Celestial 
	ROBINSON, both of Cumberland.
	M	In Salisbury, on the 16th inst., by Rev. Thos. P. RICAUD, Mr. James H. ENNISS to Miss Elizabeth, 
	daughter of G. W. BROWN, Esq.
	M	In Tyrrell Co, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. J. Avery SHEPPARD, Mr. John W. HOOKER, of Chatham, to 
	Miss Willie E. SPRUILL, of Tyrell.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 23d instant, Mr. David HUNTLY, Jr., to Miss Sarah, daughter of Thomas H. 
	GULLEDGE.  Also on the same day by the Rev. J. T. WIGHTMAN, Dr. Wm. HARLLEE, of Cheraw, SC, to
	 Miss Jane, daughter of Joseph MEDLEY, Esq., of Anson.
	M	At St. John's Church, in this town, on Tues morning the 21st inst., by the Rev. Geo. BENTON, William M.
	 SHIPP, Esq., Attorney at Law of Rutherfordton, to Miss Catharine LaFayette, 2nd daughter of the late 
	Hon. John A. CAMERON.
04 Feb 1851
	D	In Sacramento City, CA, on 7 Nov last, in the 25th year of his age, Patrick Henry RUFFIN, son of Col. H. 
	J. G. RUFFIN of Franklin Co, NC.
	M	At St. Bartholomew's Church in Pittsborough, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. Mr. HUBBARD, Jno. A. 
	McDONALD, Esq., to Miss Emeline, eldest daughter of O. A. STEDMAN, Esq., all of Chatham Co.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 23d ult., by M. B. McRAE, Esq., Mr. Henry YARBROUGH to Miss Amanda 
	YARBROUGH, all of that county.
	M	In Lower Fayetteville, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. John DEPO, Mr. Robert NIXON to Miss Elizabeth Ann 
	JOHNSON.
	M	At the residence of A. SHEPARD, Esq., near Wadesborough, on the 26th ult., Mr. James MUNNERLIN, 
	to Miss Frances, daughter of the late John HOUGH.
	M	At St. Bartholomew's Church in Pittsborough, on Thurs 16th ult., by the Rev. Dr. WHEAT, Mr. Nathaniel 
	HILL, of New Hanover Co, to Miss Catharine D., youngest daughter of the Hon. John D. TOOMER.
11 Feb 1851
	D	By suicide, Mr. John L. PARKER, retail dealer on Person St, in this town, on Thurs last by hanging 
	himself.  Supposed that pecuniary difficulties and intemperance were the cause.  MORE
	D	By suicide, Henry PICARD, of Elizabeth City, NC on 23 Jan.  Cut his throat, tried to shoot himself, finally 
	blew himself up.  MORE
	D	At Jackson, Northampton Co, NC, Thomas BRAGG, Sen., aged 72, father of the distinguished officer 
	Captain BRAGG.
	D	Near Tallahassee, FL, suddenly, on the 19th ult., Mrs. BRANCH, consort of Ex-Gov. BRANCH.
	M	In Wilmington, on Wed evening the 29th ult., by Rev. Dr. DRANE, O. P. MEAKES, Esq., Attorney at Law, 
	to Miss Ann Eliza, eldest daughter of Dr. THOS. H. WRIGHT, all of Wilmington.
18 Feb 1851
	D	In the city of Glasgow, Scotland, where he had gone to study his profession, Mr. Alexander R. 
	STRANGE, son of the Hon. Robert STRANGE of this vicinity, 16 Jan last, in the 21st year of his age.  
	Long Obit
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 11th ult., Absalom DAVIS, Sen., in the 80th year of his age, a man of integrity.
	D	In Holmes Co, MS, on the 19th ult., of paralysis, Mr. Joshua JAMES, in his 71st year.  Well known 
	resident of Wilmington in former days.
	D	At New Orleans, on the 3d inst., in the 50th year of his age, at the residence of his brother Col. T. F. 
	HUNT, U. S. Army, John HUNT, Esq., a native of Huntsville, NC.
	D	In Anson Co on 27 Nov last, after an illness of 10 days of typhoid fever, Mr. Martin S. O'NEAL, in the 
	20th year of his age.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 6th inst., in the 21st year of his age, James N. BENNETT, 3d son of James C. 
	BENNETT, Esq.  Also on the 9th ult., after an illness of 5 days of pneumonia, Mrs. Lucinda KIKER, 
	consort of Alexander KIKER, aged about 35 years.
	D	At her father's residence, in Chatham Co, NC, on the 25th ult., Emily Parrish DURHAM, in the 27th year 
	of her age.
	F	Dwelling house & outhouses of John A. AVERITT, Esq., in Onslow Co were destroyed by fire on the 4th 
	inst.  Several thousand dollars worth of valuable papers lost.
	F	Turpentine Distilleries of Messrs. POTTS & BLOUNT & of Mr. D. L. PERKINS, opposite the town of 
	Washington, NC were burnt on the 6th.  Losses:  $4000 & $2000 respectively.
	F	Turpentine Distillery of Mr. J. R. BLOSSOM at Wilmington was destroyed by fire on the 8th.  Loss about 
	$8000.
	M	In Montgomery Co on the 29th ult., by Wm. COGGIN, Esq., Mr. Hiram HICKS to Miss Wincy Ann, 
	daughter of Mr. Angus GILLIS, all of Montgomery.
	M	In Brunswick Co, on the 4th inst., by Jos. GREEN, Esq., Capt A. B. ROTHWELL, of Wilmington, to Mrs. 
	Clarissa NEWBOLD, formerly of Onslow Co.
	M	In this county, on the 30th ult., by Geo. W. PEGRAM, Esq., Mr. James A. JOHNSON, to Miss Mary Ann, 
	daughter of A. H. DEWAR, Esq.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 22d ult., Thomas C. ASHCRAFT, of Union Co, to Miss Elizabeth MEACHUM, 
	daughter of Henry MEACHUM, Esq.
	M	At Laurel Hill, (Richmond Co, NC)on Tues evening the 11th inst., by the Rev. Andrew McMILLAN, Mr. John C. GULLY, of 
	Wake, to Miss Tryam Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Tryam McFARLAND, Esq.
25 Feb 1851
	
	D	In Conneant, OH, on the 7th inst., Mr. Jas. WOOSTER, brother of Mr. John WOOSTER, of Wilmington.
	D	Near Indianola, TX, on 1 Jan last, James Leake TERRY, formerly of Anson Co.
	D	In Charlotte, on the 11th inst., after a lingering illness, Mrs. Elizabeth NORMENT, in the 78th year of her 
	age.
	F	Dwelling house on east side of Second, between Orange & Ann Streets, Wilmington, NC, owned by Mr. 
	Isaac NORTHROP & occupied by Dr. W. W. HARRISS, destroyed by fire 19th inst.  Loss about $1500.  
	No insurance.
	F	Salisbury Watchman:  Store of John W. THOMAS, Esq., of Fair Grove, Davidson Co, consumed by fire a
	 few days ago.  Entire stock & large amount of valuable papers were destroyed.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. H. McNEILL, Mr. D. B. LINDSAY to Miss Margaret Jane, 
	elder daughter of Daniel LOVE, Esq.
	M	In this county, on the 13th inst., by Malcom McCOLMAN, Esq., Mr. Jackson DAVIS to Miss Nancy CAMPBELL.
	M	In Wake Co, on the 4th ult., by the Rev. W. H. BARNES, Mr. S. W. COTTON, of Chatham to Miss 
	Cornelia B. NORTHAM, formerly of New York.
04 Mar 1851
	D	At his residence in Moore Co, on the 8th ult., of paralysis, William WADSWORTH, Sen., aged 63 years.  
	Member of House of Commons.  High Sheriff of the county.  Affectionate husband.  Long Obit
	D	Dialectic Society has tribute to Alexander STRANGE, dec'd, dated 24 Feb 1851.  Committee members 
	producing it:  Barth'w FULLER, James A. PATTON, Rufus L. PATTERSON.
	D	At Red Hill, Granville Co, NC, on 18 Feb, Mrs. Mary Grace DANIEL, eldest daughter of the Hon. A. W. 
	VENABLE, in her 23d year.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 20th ult., by Rev. John MUNROE, Mr. John SINCLAIR, of Marion Dist., SC, to 
	Miss Catharine LEITCH, daughter of Neill LEITCH, Esq.
	M	In this county, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. John D. McARTHUR to Miss Fanny 
	Jane, daughter of Alex. JOHNSON, Esq.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 12th ult., by the Rev. J. McDANIEL, Mr. Giles CLUTE of New York, to Miss Nancy 
	MATHOES of that place.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Geo. V. STRONG, Esq., Editor of the NC 
	Telegraph, to Miss Ann Eliza, daughter of the late Robert COWAN.
11 Mar 1851
	D	At the residence of Dr. John S. RICHARDSON, near Prospect Hall, on the night of 28 Feb, Rev. Samuel 
	N. RICHARDSON, aged 80 years 8 months.  Over 50 years member M.E. Church.  Wilmington Chronicle
	 please copy.  MORE
	D	In this vicinity, on the 8th ult., Mr. Elias POPE, aged about 33 years.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 16th ult., Evander BROOKS, in the 28th year of his age.
	D	On the 20th ult., at Alveston, Halifax Co, the residence of Thomas P. BURGWYN, Esq., Donald, son of 
	Rev. Cameron F. McRAE, in the 3d year of his age.
	F	Steam & Tannery of Messrs. ---LINSON [TOMLINSON?] LINE & Co of Randolph Co consumed a few 
	nights since by fire.  Especially hard on John W. THOMAS of Davidson, a partner; he lost his store a few
	 weeks previous.  Greensboro Pat.
18 Mar 1851
	D	Columbia Telegraph yesterday: by dispatch from Camden:  Gen. George McDUFFIE expired at 9 am 
	yesterday at the residence of Richard SINGLETON, Esq., in Sumter.  Charleston Courier.  MORE
	D	At the residence of his father, in Pittsborough, on the 2d instant, of consumption, Mr. Joseph SMALL, 
	Jr., aged 23 years.  An only son and brother.  Long Obit
	D	At his father's residence on Little Pedee, Marlborough District, SC, on 7 Mar 1851, Mr. James 
	DOUGLASS, in his 26th year, from fall of a tree on his leg.  MORE
	D	At Brooklyn, Long Island, on Thurs 13 inst., John HINSDALE, in the 72d year of his age.
	D	Lincoln Republican:  Col. Andrew MOTZ, one of the proprietors of Laurel Hill Cotton  Factory, has been 
	missing for a week; circumstances leave no doubt he was murdered or had fallen from a bridge.  MORE
	D	In Clemmonsville, on the 28th ult., Miss Phebe DOUTHIT, aged 46 years.
	D	On the 6th inst., at his residence in Newton NJ, Robert H. McCARTER, Esq., on of the Judges of the 
	Court of Appeals of that state, in the 58th year of his age.  MORE
	D	Several letters received by Col. MacRAE, postmaster of this town, giving particulars of shicking murder 
	and robbery.Negro trader Tillman HUNT from Guilford Co had employed worthless fellow named PITT 
	from Edgecombe Co to travel with him and his Negroes: man, 4 girls or women;  Coming from VA the 
	Negroes at PITT's instigation killed HUNT.  Seems to be at McNEILL's Bridge.  MORE
	D	In Columbia, on Mon, the 14th inst., Mrs. Margaret O'HANLON, in the 83rd year of her age.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 12th ult., by Jno. J. McLEAN, Esq., Mr. Peter McKELLAR of Marion District, SC, 
	to Miss Harriet N. McCORMAC, daughter of Mr. Arch'd D. McCORMAC.
25 Mar 1851
	D	In Wilmington, very suddenly, on the 18th inst., Thos. F. KING, aged about 38 years.  Native of VA.  Also
	 on the 19th inst., Samuel BLACK, Esq., aged about 78 years, citizen of New Hanover Co.
	D	At  his residence near Lumber Bridge, Robeson Co, on the 14th inst., after a short illness, Mr. Gray 
	COBB, Sr., in the 81st year of his age.  Born Edgecombe Co, early age removed to Sampson Co for 21 
	years; then moved to Robeson Co.  45 years Baptist.  MO
	D	At Rockfish, on the 17th inst., Sarah Amelia, infant daughter of Amasa & Clarissa ALDEN, aged 3 days.
	D	In this vicinity on Wed night last, Mr. William PEARCE, aged near 50 years.
	D	In Chatham Co, on 19 Jan, Rebecca DOWD, beloved wife of Rich'd DOWD, in the 75th year of her age. 
	 Member Missionary Baptist Church nearly 40 years.  MORE
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 13th inst., by Chas. STATEN, Mr. Abraham MOORE to Mrs. Mary Jane BIGGS.  
	Also, on the 16th inst., by the same, Mr. Archibald PREVATT to Miss Helen, eldest daughter of the 
	Rev'd Furney PREVATT.
	M	In the vicinity of Harrisonburg, on the 20th inst., by S. R. HAWLEY, Esq., R. D. HORNE to Miss Clarkey J.
	 SESSOMS.
	M	Near Lumber Bridge, Robeson Co, on the 13th inst., by Angus McDONALD, Esq., Mr. Jas. SINCLAIR to 
	Miss Mary Ann COBB, daughter of Capt. Willie M. COBB, dec'd.
	M	In Lumberton, on the 23d inst., by Thomas A. NORMENT, Esq., Dr. John A. BARNES to Miss Minerva A. 
	McNEILL, all of Lumberton.
01 Apr 1851
	D	In this town, on Sun last, Mr. Thomas SANDFORD, of Wilmington, formerly of this place, aged 46.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 18th ult., Young H. ALLEN, Esq., formerly Sheriff of the county.
	D	On 31 Dec last, at the Bladen Springs, AL, in the 21st year of his age, Mr. David L. McKELLAR, son of 
	John McKELLAR, dec'd, formerly of this county.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 17th ult., Mr. Rob't SHARPE, a native of Manchester, England, but for the last 12 
	months a resident of Wilmington.
	D	In Brunswick Co, on the 20th ult., Mr. Samuel L. POTTER, aged 56 years.
	D	In Freeport, ME, on the 14th ult., in the faith and hope of the gospel, Mrs. Lydia HOLBROOK, in the 
	90th year of her age - mother of the Editor and Proprietor of The Wilmington Commercial.
	D	At Montgomery, AL, in the 54th year of her age, Mrs. Florah TURNER, wife of Daniel M. TURNER, and 
	daughter of Arch'd McFADYEN, late of this county.
	D	Near Forestville, in Wake Co, on 26 Feb, after a protracted illness, Miss Catharine R. MANGUM, 
	daughter of the late Priestley H. MANGUM, Esq.
	F	Raleigh:  Manteo Paper Mills, in that vicinity, were destroyed by fire on Saturday night last, about 11 pm.
	  Belonged to Messrs. J. F. JORDAN & Co.  Will rebuild.  MORE
	M	At Halifax Court House, VA, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. John GRAMMER, Dr. Alexander M. 
	HENDERSON, of Salisbury, NC to Miss Melinda C. WIMBISH.
	M	On the 27th ult., by Charles A. HARRISON, Esq., Mr. Elbert STRICKLAND, Jr. to Miss Sarah GILBERT, 
	all of Sampson Co.
	M	In Moore Co on the 13th ult., by Absolom KELLY, Esq., Mr. Archibald DALRYMPLE to Miss Mary Ann 
	PIPKIN, daughter of Mr. Chas. PIPKIN, all of MOORE.
08 Apr 1851
	D	At Carthage, on Wed last, of Consumption, Murdock B. PERSON, Esq., formerly member of the state 
	legislature from Moore Co.
	D	Salisbury Watchman crediting Lincoln Courier 2 Apr:  recovery of body of Mr. Andrew MOTZ who 
	supposedly fell from bridge near Slade's Mill and drowned.  Found 1 mile southwest of Lincolnton.  
	Verdict of death by drowning.
	D	The Hon. Augustus MOORE, of Edenton, who for a short time Judge of the Superior Courts of this state,
	 died suddenly of apoplexy 24th ult.
	D	On the 7th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth M., consort of Mr. George W. CLEGG, and daughter of the late Joseph J. 
	BROOKS, Esq., aged about 18.  MORE
	M	At Zion Church, on the 30th inst., by Dr. J. H. MONTGOMERY, Mr. George McRAE to Miss Eliza LISK, 
	both of Montgomery.
15 Apr 1851
	D	In Randolph Co, on the 1st inst., Jesse HARPER, one of the most prominent & wealthy citizens of the 
	county.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 5th inst., Mr. Daniel MALLERY, of Philadelphia, aged 49.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 5th inst., Capt. Jacob HARTMAN, in his 84th year.  One of oldest citizens, German 
	descent, but a native  of the US.  He was in RW at age 14 as a powder monkey, captured with his 
	captain, taken prisoner and confined on the Jersey Ship.  Moved to NC at an early age; lived 
	Fayetteville first, then Wilmington.  During War of 1812 he provided money.  MORE
	D	Near Augusta, GA, on the 26th ult., Miss Sally J. BROADNAX, of Halifax Co, VA, in the 23d year of her 
	age.
	D	At Gaston, NC, on 28 Mar, Mrs. Jane HAYES, daughter of Mr. Green WOMACK of Pittsborough, and 
	wife of Mr. William HAYES of Chatham Co.  Not completed 22d year when she died; left 2 young boys 
	with her husband and immediate family.  Long obit
	D	In New Orleans, on the 28th ult., Heber, infant son of G. M. & S. S. MALLETT, aged 19 months 11 days.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 9th inst., Ruffin TUCKER, Esq., in the 56th year of his age.
	D	On the 23d ult., at the residence of David A. BOYD, in Richmond Co, Mrs. Lucy A. M. STEELE, wife of 
	R. T. STEELE.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 3d inst., of pulmonary disease, Martha PARTRIDGE, youngest daughter of the late 
	Theodore PARTRIDGE, Esq.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Miles P. OWEN, Mr. Peter SESSUMS to Miss Sarah SIMMONS.
	M	In Cabarrus Co, on the 3d inst., by Rev. D. A. PENICK, Matthias BOGER, Merchant of Salisbury, to Miss 
	Catharine BURNS, youngest daughter of the late James BURNS, Sen.
	M	In Iredell Co, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. Benj. AREY, Mr. J. James PURCELL, of Lexington, to Miss 
	Henrietta L., youngest daughter of David D. SALINBIT?, formerly of Fayetteville.
22 Apr 1851
	D	In Duplin Co, on the 14th ult., Mr. Thomas SHEPARD, aged about 81 years, one of the oldest & most 
	respectable citizens of Duplin Co.
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 4th inst., in the 47th year of his age, Mr. William DOWLASS; leaves wife & three 
	children.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 9th inst., Geo. Gaston, infant son of William & Julia FARRAR, aged 8 months, 17
	 days.
	D	At his residence in Robeson Co, on the 15th inst., in the 70th year of his age, Mr. Arch'd McPHATTER, 
	an industrious & pious gentleman.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Julia SMITH, wife of Rev'd Arch'd SMITH; intelligent & eminently 
	pious lady.
	D	Tribute of Respect: At a meeting of the Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Co, afternoon 16th inst. 
	T. J. ROBINSON submitted on death of Cpt. Jacob HARTMAN of Wilmington, last survivor of the original 
	members of this Corps; J. H. FERGUSON, Sec'y MORE
	D	At the White Sulphur Springs, VA, on the 8th inst., James CALWELL, in the 78th year of his age.  
	Proprietor of that celebrated Watering Place.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 9th inst., of Typhoid fever, Rev. Henry Laurins MASKE, in the 21st year of his age; 
	for some years Baptist.
	D	In Clinton, on the 7th inst., John ROBINSON, proprietor of the Clinton Hotel; Mason; protracted illness of 
	12 months.
	D	In this town, on the 15th inst., Mrs. Rachael NEWELL, consort of Mr. H. NEWELL, aged 44 years.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 11th inst., of pneumonia, William JORDAN, son of Calvin JORDAN, of Raleigh.
	D	Three Negro children owned by Mr. Randall McMILLAN of this county burned to death Tues last by 
	burning of a house in which they were.  Two very small, other not more than 5 or 6 years old.  From the 
	North Carolinian
	D	In Wayne Co, on the 13th inst., William SMITH, Esq., aged about 40 years.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 15th inst., Charles HUTCHINS, aged about 28.
	M	At Ashford, Bladen Co, by Rev. H. A. MONROE, Mr. N. T. HARRISS, of Wilmington to Miss Mary McI., 
	daughter of Mr. John A. ROBESON of Bladen.
	M	In this county, on the 16th inst., by Rev. N. A. PURIFY, Mr. James T. HOUSTON to Miss Martha D. 
	HOLMES, daughter of Mr. Geo. HOLMES.
	M	In this county, on the 3d inst., by Jas. McKETHAN, Esq., Mr. Drew DAUGHTRY to Miss Christian 
	McLELLAN, daughter of Angus McLELLAN.
	M	In this county, on the 16th inst., Mr. David J. TAYLOR to Miss Susan TREADWELL.
	M	At Jonesville, Harrison Co, TX, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. STEELE, Dr. Angus BETHUNE, of 
	Robeson Co, NC to Miss Margaret C. McLEAN, of Jonesville, TX.
29 Apr 1851
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 3d inst., at the residence of Cpt. W. S. MELVIN, Mrs. Catharine HALES, aged 
	about 80 years.
	D	At her residence near Laurel Hill, Richmond Co, on the 3d inst., after a short illness, Mrs. Catharine 
	MALLOY, in the 75th year of her age.
	D	At Louisburg, on the 22d inst., after a protracted illness, Richard F. YARBROUGH, Esq.; came here 
	early in life, became successful merchant; moved from Fayetteville about 20 years ago to Louisburg NC.
	  MORE
	D	In Wilmington, on the 21st inst., Mrs. Mary B. PERSON, wife of Samuel J. PERSON, and daughter of the 
	late John R. LONDON, in the 28th year of her age.  Long Obit
	D	In Moore Co, on the 17th inst., Mr. Hugh KELLY; native of Scotland, resided in this community for last 40
	 or 50 years; member Presbyterian Church; leaves family and numerous connections.
	D	In Salisbury, on the 13th inst., Christian Henry WINKLER, in the 41st year of his age.
	D	At his residence in Malcolm, MS, 17 Mar, Mr. Malcom GILCHRIST, in the 74th year of his age; more than
	 40 years resident Jefferson Co; Presbyterian; member State Legislature; husband and father.  MORE
	D	In Richmond Co, on 25 Mar, Jas. Turner BOYD, and on 17 Apr Laura James BOYD, infant children of D.
	 A. & E. N. BOYD.
	D	In Memphis, TN, on Thurs, 3 Apr, Mrs. Louise, wife of John W. FOWLER and daughter of Col. W. J. 
	OLDHAM, late of Coahoma Co, MS.
	D	In Duplin Co, on the 13th inst., Mrs. Hannah F. SMITH, consort of Zacheus SMITH, Jr., Esq., and 
	daughter of the late Martin BROCK, of Jones Co, in the 23d year of her age.
	F	Asheborough Herald:  Cotton Factory at Franklinsville owned by Randolph Manufacturing Company on 
	Saturday evening last consumed by fire.  MORE
	F	Fire occurred at Brick Yard of Messrs. J. C. & R. B. WOOD, near Wilmington, on Tuesday night last.  
	Loss about $2000.  No insurance.
	F	Salem People's Press:  Dwelling & storehouse of Henry A. LEMLY, Esq. abut 1 mile from Bethania, in 
	this county, was totally destroyed by fire on Wednesday last.  MORE
	M	In this town, on the 20th inst., by Rev. N. A. PURIFY, Mr. Samuel A. PHILLIPS to Miss Elmira McKAY.
	M	On the 16th inst., by the Rev. Thos. W. POSTELL, the Rev. Mark RUSSELL of Moore to Miss Mary 
	SPINKS, of Randolph Co, NC.
	M	At Williamsborough, Granville Co, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. Ed. HINES, Mr. Henry T. WATKINS, of 
	Milton, to Miss Annie, daughter of John BULLOCK, Esq.
	M	In Granville Co, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. R. C. MAYNARD, Mr. H. G. LUCAS, of Richmond Co, to 
	Miss M. Susan, daughter of Robert JONES, Esq.
06 May 1851
	D	In New Hanover Co, on the 24th ult.,  Isham A. STRONG, Esq., aged 57 years.
	D	In Alamance Co, on the 20th ult., David BENNETT, aged 58 years.
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 22d ult., Mrs. Mahala VAIL, wife of Edward VAIL, aged 42 years, leaving 
	husband & 5 children.
	D	In Orange Co, on the 18th ult., Mr. Hugh CURRIE, aged about 88 years, a soldier of the Revolution.
	D	In Cherokee Co, NC, on the 14th ult., Mr. Samuel REED, aged 101 years; among last Revolutioners of 
	'76; native of NC, also served War of 1812.  MORE
	D	On the 13th ult., Mrs. Ann N. McNEELY, widow of the late David McNEELEY, aged 50 years 2 months.
	D	In Sampson Co on the 27th ult., Abram NAILER, Sr., aged 81 years, leaving between 95 & 100 children, 
	grandchildren, & greatgrandchildren.  Baptist for 40 years.
	D	At Mocksville, on the 16th ult., in the 17th year of her age, Mrs. Catharine T. BROWN, wife of Mr. 
	Andrew BROWN.
	D	On the 26th ult., at the residence of her father in Davidson Co, Miss Leonora MOCK, daughter of 
	Charles MOCK.  Just past 18th year; died of consumption.
	D	In Guilford Co, on the 15th ult., Levi BENNETT, aged about 60 years.
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 23d ult., at the residence of Mr. Joseph AVENT, by Elias BRYAN, Esq., Dr. Wm. 
	H. HUGHES to Miss Jacobina AVENT, all of said county.
	M	In Franklin Co, on the 9th ult., by Rev. Thomas S. CAMPBELL, Mr. Bryan GRIMES, of Pitt Co, to Miss 
	Bettie DAVIS, daughter of Dr. T. J. DAVIS of Franklin Co.
	M	In Duplin Co, on the 10th ult., by the Rev. D. R. NICHOLSON, Mr. Henry E. RHODES of Jones Co, to 
	Miss Martha PEARSALL of Duplin Co.
	M	In Richmond Co, on the 8th ult., by the Rev. R. S. LEDBETTER, Mr. William EWING, Sr., to Miss Jane 
	McINTYRE, all of Richmond.
	M	In Duplin Co, in Mar last, by Gibson SLOAN, Esq., Mr. Randolph GROVES, to Miss Emmy Ritty Anne 
	Eliza Mourning Returah Mary Elizabeth Julia Anne Caroline Pastieur Lina PUCKETT, daughter of Rev. J.
	 PUCKETT.
	M	In the vicinity of Harrisonburg, on the 14th ult., by S. R. HAWLEY, Esq., Mr. Hector STRICKLAND to Miss
	 Elvian GAINEY, daughter of Haywood GAINEY.
	M	In this county on the 24th ult., by the Rev. Hugh McALPIN, Mr. Absalom MARSH and Miss Mary, eldest 
	daughter of Daniel & Ann BUTLER.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 25th ult., by his father, Mr. Harris SPELL, to Miss Mary M., daughter of Robert 
	TEW, Esq.
13 May 1851
	D	In Anson Co, on the 17th ult., Rachel JERNIGAN, aged 78.
	M	In this vicinity on the 6th inst., by Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. F. N. ROBERTS, of Clinton, NC, to Miss 
	Ann M. JOHNSON, daughter of the late Constant JOHNSON.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 8th inst., by John C. WILLIAMS, Esq., Smith F. FAIRCLOTH, Esq., to Miss 
	Martha, daughter of William WILLIAMS, Esq., all of Sampson Co.
	M	In Marion Dist. SC on Thurs evening, 24 Apr, at residence of Mrs. Sabrina B. McCALL, by the Rev. 
	Joseph BROWN, William D. JOHNSON, Esq., Attorney at Law, of Bennettsville, SC, to Miss Sarah 
	Elizabeth, daughter of the late Nathan McCALL, Esq.
	M	In Albemarle, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. C. S. WALKER, Johnson R. HARGRAVE, Attorney at Law, of 
	Wadesboro', to Miss Henrietta, daughter of the late Col. John CRUMP, of Montgomery Co.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 1st inst., by Wm. SHADDING, Esq., Mr. E. T. GADDY, to Miss Susan, daughter of 
	David LILLY, deceased.
	M	In Oxford, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Jos. J. RIDLEY, Mr. Theodore B. KINGSBURY, of this place, to 
	Miss Sallie Jones, daughter of the late Gen. Roger P. ATKINSON, of Warren Co, MS.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 8th inst., by Rev. H. McLEAN, Mr. John McMILLAN to Miss Mary E., daughter of 
	the late Rev. D. SMITH
20 May 1851
	D	In Salisbury, on the 20th ult., Mrs. Susan PINCKSTON, wife of Mr. Franklin PINCKSTON, aged about 35 
	years.
	D	In Mocksville, on the 4th inst., Mrs. Mary MERONEY, wife of Mr. Wm. A. MERONEY, aged about 25 
	years.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 10th inst., Mr. Wesley BLAKE.  Also on the same day, Mr. S. W. WILLIAMS.
	D	At Nashville recently, James Bulter FERGUSON, Esq., formerly a merchant of this town.
	D	In Moore Co, on the 10th inst., John McIVER, Esq., aged 55 years.
	D	Recently at Jamestown, Guilford Co, Richard MENDENHALL, an aged, influential & worthy member of he
	 Society of Friends.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 1st inst., by Alexander OLIVER, Esq., Mr. Murrell TIPPETT, to Miss Nancy 
	FRY.
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 11th inst., by S. EDWARDS, Esq., Mr. Adam M. RECORD to Miss Hannah Jane, 
	daughter of Sam'l CARTER, Esq., all of said county.
	M	In Stanly Co, on the 30th ult., by Rev. T. P. RICAUD, Mr. Thomas T. LOCKE, of Rowan, to Miss 
	Margaret HARRIS, daughter of Daniel HARRIS, Esq.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. A. H. RICHARDSON, Mr. John FREEMAN, to Miss Ellen 
	RUSSELL, daughter of Eli RUSSELL.
	M	In Mansfield, DeSoto Parish, LA, on the 6th ult., Joseph B. ELAM, Esq., of Sabine Parish, to Miss Kate 
	M. STEDMAN, formerly of Raleigh, youngest daughter of John C. STEDMAN, deceased.
	M	In Salisbury, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. T. P. RICAUD, Mr. Alfred JOHNSON, to Miss Ann M. HORAH, 
	daughter of Wm. H. HORAH, Esq.
27 May 1851
	D	In Wilmington, on the 16th inst., Richard Henry, third son of Mr. J. C. BOWDEN, aged 12 years.
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 16th inst., Mr. Samuel GAVIN, aged about 40 or 45 years.
	D	In Sampson Co, a short tine since, Mrs. Susan ROYALS, wife of Mr. John ROYALS, Sen., aged about 50
	 years.
	D	In Murray Co, GA, on the 2d inst., Benj. BUCHANAN, in the 85th year of his age.  Born Chatham Co, NC,
	 moved to GA in early life with family.  Became citizen of GA in the year 1797.
	D	In Putnam Co, GA, on 7 May, Mr. Robert McNATT, in the 84th year of his age.  Born in or near 
	Fayetteville, NC; early life moved to Augusta, GA, and from thence to Burke Co.
	D	In Moore Co, on the 22d of Apr last, after a severe illness of about two weeks, Mary Ann McDONALD, 
	late the wife of Donald McDONALD.
	D	On the 22d ult, Angus CAMPBELL, of Cumberland Co, aged 75 years.
	D	In Chatham Co on the 17th inst., Orren D. ALSTON, Esq., aged about 70, a highly respected citizen.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 13th inst., of consumption, Nathan J. HEMBY, aged about 82 years.  Also, on the 
	14th, of organic disease of the heart, Miss Martha STREATER, in the 27th year of her age.
	F	Wilmington Journal:  Turpentine Distillery, several hundred barrels of Rosin, and more, owned by 
	Messrs. FILYAW, above Railroad Depot, entirely destroyed by fire Friday night last.  Loss estimated 
	$2,000.  No insurance.  Supposed arson.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 8th inst., by Charles STATEN, Esq., Mr. John PREVATT to Miss Elvy, daughter 
	of Benjamin LEWIS, Esq., all of said county.
	M	On Tues evening, 20th inst., in Northampton Co, by Rev. Mr. McRAE, Dr. Wm. B. MEARES, of 
	Wilmington, to Miss Mary T. EXUM, of Northampton.
03 Jun 1851
	D	In Orange Co, on the 18th ult., Mr. Jos. TATE, Sen., in the 87th year of his age.  Also, on the 22d ult., 
	Mr. John DANIEL, aged about 83 years.
	D	In Alamance Co, the Rev. Ezekiel B. CURRIE, in the 84th year of his age, and 48th of his ministry.  Also 
	John BOON, Esq., several years representative in State Legislature from Orange Co.
	D	In Selma, AL, on the 18th ult., John F. LEE, aged about 45 years.  Native of Caswell Co, NC, but had 
	been for several years resident of Selma.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 17th inst., Orren D. ASLTON, Esq., aged about 70, a highly respectable citizen.
	D	Rev. Jarvis B. BUXTON, Rector of St. John's Church in this place for 20 years, after an illness of only 2 
	days, in this town, Fri last.  Long Obit.
	M	At Louisburg, Franklin Co, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Sam'l WAIT, Rev. David WILLIAMS, of 
	Cumberland, to Miss Lucy, daughter of Philemon HAWKINS, of Louisburg.
10 Jun 1851
	D	In Anson Co, on the 29th ult., Mr. David HOLTSHOUSER, aged about 51 years.
	D	In Charlotte, on the 31st ult., Mrs. Martha BROWN, wife of Mr. Peter BROWN.
	D	Negro DAMON, murderer of Tilghman HUNT, executed near the suburbs of this town Fri last.  He 
	attributed his crime to instigation of PITT and DAMON's wife.  Mentioned murder in Columbus Co by 
	slaves.  MORE
	D	In Baltimore, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Ann MOONEY, aged about 50 years.  Mrs. MOONEY was an old and 
	well known resident of Cumberland Co.
	D	On Little River, in this county, on the 18th inst., Mr. Malcom McPHAIL, native of the Island of Jura, 
	Argyleshire, Scotland, aged 80 years.
	D	In this town, yesterday evening, William, youngest son of Wm. R. & Louisa LOVE.
	D	In Richmond Co, NC, in the vicinity of Cheraw, SC, on 6 May, Daniel McINTOSH, in the 7th year of his 
	age.
	D	In Leon Co, FL, on the 4th inst., J. G. PATRICK, aged 49.  Born Elizabeth, N.G. [NC?], moved to FL in 
	1851.
	D	In Anson Co on the 23d ult., at the residence of her son, Elijah COVINGTON, Mrs. Elizabeth 
	COVINGTON, relict of Simon COVINGTON, dec'd, in the 82d year of her age.
	D	In Salisbury, on the 2d inst., Robert W. LONG.
	D	Mr. Edward P. HAWKS, of Milton, NC, drowned in Dan River Wed evening last while bathing in company 
	with 3 other young gentlemen.  Native of MA but last 12 years lived in Milton.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 29th ult, by E. G. KNIGHT, Esq., Mr. Wm. G. SIMMONS to Miss Ann, daughter of 
	James H. GRACE.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. James McDANIEL, Mr. James WRIGHT, of Cumberland Co to
	 Miss Catharine H., eldest daughter of W. C. THURSTON.
17 Jun 1851
	D	In this town, on the 7th inst., William I. Callais, son of Amos & Mary B. WILLIAMSON, aged 5 years 2 
	months 1 day.
	D	Last night, John SMITH, Sen., Esq., one of the oldest citizens of this County; funeral tomorrow a.m. at 
	the Family Burying Ground near the mouth of Lower Little River.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 8th inst., Mr. Wm. FRESHWATER, aged about 73 years.
	D	In Salisbury Mon Evening, 9th inst., John B. LORD, Esq.  Native of Washington; in this town as Delegate
	 to the Episcopal Convention 6 days before death; sudden; about 35 years of age; leaves wife & 5 
	children.  MORE
	D	In this town, on the 12th inst., Mr. Duncan McNEILL, formerly of Robeson, bur for a few years past a 
	resident of this place, aged about 50.
	D	Near Fair Grove, Davidson Co, on the 23d ult., Miss Mary Jane, daughter of Dr. Shadrach LAMBETH, in
	 the 17th year of her age.
	D	On board the Barque Wm. Larrabee, on his return home from Rio de Janeiro, on 9 May, of yellow fever, 
	Mr. Henry B. HOWARD, of Wilmington, NC, aged about 22.
	M	In Marion District, SC, on the 14th ult., by the Rev. H. LENNON, Rev. D. B. AYRES, to Miss Eliza FLOYD,
	 daughter of Sam'l FLOYD, Esq.
	M	At the residence of the Hon. John BRANCH, on the 21st ult., by the Rev. Miles NASH, Gen. Wm. BAILY, 
	of Jefferson Co, FL, to Mrs. Mary Eliza READ, daughter of Gov. John BRANCH.
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 1st inst., by Rev. S. G. EVANS, Capt. Alfred M. FERGUSON to Miss Pyrena, 
	daughter of Price VESTAL, Esq., all of said county.
	M	On the  20th ult., at Worthamwold, Granville Co, by the Rev. Geo. FERRELL, Dr. Isaac JACKSON, of 
	Chatham, to Susan A., daughter of Dr. James L. WORTHAM.
24 Jun 1851
	D	In this vicinity, on Wed morning last, after a lingering illness, Mr. Thos. R. MURPHY, aged about 45 
	years. Also tribute of respect from Fayetteville Light Infantry Co. to Thomas R. MURPHY; J. B. 
	FERGUSON, Sec'y.  For 20 years regularly discharged his duty as a soldier.  MORE
	D	Long obit for Rev. Archibald McQUEEN, departed this life at his residence at Floral College, Robeson 
	Co, NC, on 4th inst., in the 58th year of his life.
	D	In Asheborough, Randolph Co, on 13th inst., in the 23d year of her life, Mrs. Mary Little PEARSON, wife 
	of John G. PEARSON, daughter of Tryam & Margaret McFARLAND, dec'd, of Richmond Co; md Aug 
	1849.  Member Church Triumphant.  Leaves husband, infant age 5 months and a few days.  MORE
	D	Long obit: Dr. Thomas Nash CAMERON, at his residence on Hay Mount Sat afternoon last, after 6 
	weeks painful illness; native of VA, but resided in this town nearly 30 of his 55 years.  Funeral Sun from 
	Episcopal Church where he had been a Vestryman.  Mentions deaths in past few days of Rev. Mr. 
	BUXTON, Minister of Episcopal Church, and John SMITH, Sr., over 80 years old.  Elected frequently by 
	fellow citizens; Magistrate of the Police, thrice represented the County in the State Senate.
	D	At Rose Hill, the residence of W. H. HARDIN, Esq., in this vicinity, on Sun last, William H., only child of 
	Dr. A. F. & Mrs. Susan M. MALLETT.
	D	Commissioners of the Town held meeting this day and adopted unanimously tribute to Dr. Thomas Nash
	 CAMERON.  Dated 21 Jun 1851; W. G. MATTHEWS, Clerk.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 5th inst., by J. R. SLOAN, Esq., Mr. John CASHLEY to Miss Mary BLACKMAN, all of 
	Moore Co; also on the 11th Mr. James THOMAS to Miss Catharine McFARLAND, all of same county.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 10th inst., by Rev. J. TILLETT, Dr. H. E. ROUNSAVILLE, of Fair Grove, to 
	Miss Elizabeth H., daughter of George BRUTON, Esq.
01 Jul 1851
	D	In Salisbury, on the 2d inst., Robert W. LONG, aged 27 years.
	D	At a meeting of the Phoenix Lodge of Masons held 22d inst., resolution passed regarding loss of 
	Brother, Past Master Dr. Thomas N. CAMERON; Jas. B. FERGUSON, Secretary.
	D	Carolina Church, Marion Dist. SC, 14 Jun, motion of M. McRAE, Col. A. J. McQUEEN was called to the 
	Chair; on motion of Cpt. N. McRIMMON, J. McRAE made Secretary; resolution re: death of their pastor 
	Rev'd Arch'd McQUEEN MORE
	D	Newberian:  Execution of John TILGHMAN, convicted fall term Craven Co Superior Court of murder of 
	Joseph J. TILGHMAN, Sat last;  MORE
	D	In Sampson Co, on Tues morning, the 24th ult., Miss Nancy PARKER; would have been 58 4 Jul; 
	member M.E. Church about 40 years.  MORE
	D	At his father's residence, in Robeson Co, on the 18th ult., in the 21st year of his age, Mr. Murdoch A. 
	CURRIE. MORE
	D	In Warrenton, on the 23d ult., Mr. John B. SOMERVILLE, aged about 44 years.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 7th ult., in the 18th year of her age, Miss Amelia BROOKS; also on the 14th, 
	Miss Martha W. BROOKS, aged 15 years 6  months, daughters of John T. BROOKS, Esq.
	D	In Wilmington, on Fri last, Dr. George LILLINGTON, aged 24 years, a young man giving the promise of 
	the highest personal & professional eminence.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 20th ult., Wm. PECK, in the 80th year of his age, one of the oldest and most 
	respectable citizens.
	M	In this town, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. N. A. PURIFY, Mr. Stephen F. DICKSON to Miss Annabella 
	JOHNSON, daughter of the late Neill JOHNSON.
	M	In Lincolnton, on the 18th ult, by the Rev. J. C. HUSKE, Maj. Wm. J. HOKE to Miss G. L. SUMNER, 
	daughter of Benjamin SUMNER, Esq., all of Lincolnton
	M	In Raleigh, on Wed evening last, by the Rev. Dr. MASON, Mr. BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Frederick, MD,
	 to Miss Janice C. daughter of the Hon. R. M. SAUNDERS.
	M	At the residence of George ROGERS, Esq., in Pike Co, AL, on the 3d ult., by the Rev'd James H. 
	MILLARD, Dr. Henry FARRIOR to Miss Sarah Ann WANNAMAKER, daughter of the late William Capers 
	WANNAMAKER, of SC.
	M	In Columbus GA, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Charles B. KING, Mr. James R. McDONALD, of 
	Fayetteville, NC, to Miss M. J. McNEILL, formerly of Robeson Co, NC.
03 Jul 1851
	D	In Davie Co Mr. Hubbard W. FOARD, in the 33rd year of his age.
	D	Near White Hall, Bladen Co, on the 19th ult., after 11 days severe illness, Mr. Charles McNORTON, 
	aged about 32 years, leaving wife and 2 children.
	D	In Franklin Co on the 19th ult., Mrs. Mary LITTLEJOHN, consort of Gen. Jos. B. LITTLEJOHN, in the 34th
	 year of her age.
	D	Salisbury Watchman:  Son of Mr. Britton HUCKEBEE of Stanly Co, aged about 14 years, was bitten by a 
	rattlesnake in the harvest field Thurs, 12 inst., & died Sat the 14th.
	M	In Greenville, on 25 May, by the Rev. Mr. CROGHAN, William GRIMES to Miss Elizabeth HANRAHAN, 
	daughter of Thomas HANRAHAN, Esq.
	M	In Bladen Co on the 25th ult., by the Rev. Mr. TUCKER, Mr. Joseph PARKER to Miss Rebecca 
	FLOWERS.
08 Jul 1851
	D	In Randolph Co, at Cedar Falls, on the 24th ult., William Henry, infant son of H. B. ELLIOTT, Esq., aged 
	17 months 22 days.
	D	At Mobile, on the 19th ult., after a few days' illness, Mr. George BROADFOOT, aged 48 years; longtime 
	resident this town; 15 years ago moved to AL.  Leaves ;friends, relatives.
	D	Sal. Watchman:  Drowned, in the Yadkin River, near BURAGE's Factory in Montgomery Co, on the 13th 
	inst., John RIDENHOUR, Jr.  Found Tues on mill dam of Mr. Daniel HARRIS.  MORE
	D	In Anson Co, on the 19th ult., of enteric fever, Mrs. Aley TEAL, wife of Mr. Wm. C. TEAL, daughter of Mr.
	 John GRIFFIN, of Union Co, in the 36th year of her age.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 15th ult., Miss N. H. FOOSHE, after an illness of 7 days.
	D	On Staten Island, NY, on the 27th ult., Miss Louisa PFOHL, eldest daughter of T. C. PFOHL, merchant 
	of Salem, NC; accompanied father north in Spring, intended to return in the fall.
	D	In this town Sun night last, Dr. Hiram ROBINSON, a Physician with large practice until an attack of 
	Paralysis 25 years ago incapacitated him for active duty.
	M	At Cheraw, on the 20th ult., by the Rev. J. C. COIT, Alexander McQUEEN, Esq., to Margery, youngest 
	daughter of Robt. MACFARLAND, Esq., late of Greenock, Scotland.
10 Jul 1851
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 14th ult., Chas. H. EDWARDS; also on the 30th Joel EDWARDS in his 67th year;
	 also, on the 4th inst., Cylvina EDWARDS.  Father & Children.
	M	At Pittsborough, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. Mr. BURNETT, Dr. John A. HANKS to Miss Catharine B. 
	WALKER, youngest daughter of the late Carleton WALKER.
	15 Jul 1851
	M	No marriages or deaths reported
17 Jul 1851
	D	On 15 Jun near Madison, Rockingham Co, in the 31st year of his age, Benj. W. AIKEN, Esq.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 9th instant Sherwood, son of Francis P. HAYWOOD, aged 8 years.
	D	At Palo Alto, Onslow Co, on the 9th inst., L. B. SANDERS, Esq., Attorney at Law, aged 22.  Graduate of 
	our University class of 1849; leaves aged parents childless.  MORE
	M	A Mr. TARR in Newport has married a lady of the name of FEATHERS.  [Not really NC, but fun]
22 Jul 1851
	D	In Anson Co, on the 3rd inst., Mrs. Louisa, consort of M. W. MASKE, Esq., in the 44th year of her age.
	D	In Richmond VA on the 16th inst., Mrs. Winifed NORWOOD, wife of the Rev. Dr. NORWOOD, after a 
	very short illness, in the 36th year of her age.  MORE
	D	In Windsor, Bertie Co, on the 29th ult., Lewis BOND, Esq., Senator in the State Legislature, in the 63d 
	year of his age.
	D	On the 5th ult., at the residence of his father, in Randolph, Sinneas B. LINDLEY, aged 24 years, son of 
	Wm. & Sarah LINDLEY.
	D	In this place on Sun morning last at the residence of her daughter Mrs. E. McINTYRE, Mrs. Janett 
	CAMPBELL, in the 91st year of her age.
	D	Near Salisbury on the 12th ins., Mrs. Elizabeth Ann COFFMAN daughter of the late Richard LOCKE and
	 consort of the Rev. J. H. COFFMAN, Pastor of the Lutheran Congregation in Salisbury, aged 21 years.
	D	On the 24th ult., at the residence of her mother, in Chatham Co, Mrs. Ulla LINDLEY, aged 22 years, wife
	 of Thos. LINDLEY.
	D	In Monroe, on the 8th ult., after an illness of 3 weeks, David Anderson, only son of David A. & Susannah
	 Ann COVINGTON, aged 19 months.
	M	In this town yesterday morning by the Rev. Mr. GILCHRIST, Mr. O. S. BALDWIN of Wilmington & Miss 
	Harriet C. DEMING daughter of Gurdon DEMING, Esq., of this place.
	M	In Bladen Co on the 2d inst., by Calvin J. DICKSON, Esq., Mr. Stephen BROWN of New Hanover to Miss 
	Rebecca BARNHILL of Bladen.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on Sun evening the 13th inst., by Spencer HALTUM, Esq., Mr. Reuben FREEMAN, 
	son of Henry FREEMAN, Esq., to Miss Purline McCASKILL, daughter of Mr. J. McCASKILL, all of  
	Montgomery Co.
24 Jul 1851
	D	At the Naval Asylum, Philadelphia, on the 12th inst., Thomas JOHNSON, seaman, aged about 100 
	years.  Believed to have been last survivor of the crew who sustained Paul Jones in his conflict with the 
	Serapis in 1779.
	D	At Hamptonville, Yadkin Co, NC on 11th inst., Miles WILCOX, Esq., aged 43 years, formerly a resident of
	 Hartford Co, CT, but for the last 15 years of the former place.
	D	In Alamance Co, a few days ago, Mrs. Augusta JOHNSON, wife of Dr. Wm. JOHNSON and daughter of 
	Owen LINDLEY.  She was married 1 May last.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 5th ult., Leneus B. LINDLEY, aged 24 years.  Also on the 24th ult., Miss Ella 
	LINDLEY, daughter of the late Thomas LINDLEY, aged 22 years.
	D	At Burnside, his residence, in Granville Co, NC on 28 Jun, Patrick HAMILTON, Esq., in the 63rd year of  
	his age.
	D	Near Oxford, Granville Co, on the 16th inst., Caroline T., youngest daughter of John C. TAYLOR, Esq., 
	in the 14th year of her age.
	F	Turpentine Distillery of Mr. N. K. McDUFFIE, in this county, was destroyed by fire Monday last with about
	 1400 bbls Rosin.  Loss upwards of $2,000.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 20th inst., Mr. Neill McNEILL of Cumberland Co to Miss Nancy STONE daughter of 
	Sam'l H. STONE of Moore.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 6th inst. by Rev. R. McNABB, Maj. John C. JACKSON of Carthage to Miss Mary 
	CHEEK of Randolph.
29 Jul 1851
	D	At the residence of her son-in-law, Wm. B. WRIGHT, Esq., in this vicinity, this morning, Mrs. Eliza M. 
	MATHEWS, relict of the late John MATTHEWS.
	D	At Natchez, MS, on the 4th inst., Miss Mary, eldest daughter of the Right Rev. Wm. M. GREEN, Bishop 
	of MS who in the short pace of 4 years has mourned the death of his three oldest children after they 
	had arrived at maturity.
	D	On Rocky River, Chatham Co, on the 4th inst., Sophia D. WOODY, wife of James WOODY and 
	youngest daughter of Nathan DIXON, deceased, lat of said county.
	D	On the 23d inst., at his late residence 8 miles from Wilmington, Mr. Timothy BLOODWOORTH, in the 
	71st year of his age; last survivor of children of the Hon. T. BLOODWORTH who represented this state 
	in the US Senate from 1795 to 1801.
	D	In Chatham Co, on 30 Jun, Mr. Brantly JONES, aged 72.  Also, on 4 Jul, Mrs. Winey Ann BROOKS, wife 
	of Mr. Edward W. BROOKS, & daughter of Aaron KENNEDY, Esq., of Stanly Co, in the 24th year of her age.
	D	On Long Street in this county on the 25th inst., Sarah, consort of Neil McLAUCHLIN, deceased, in the 
	88th year of her age.
	F	Mr. Jas. ALLEN's store in Bladen was burnt a few days ago; loss estimated $3,000; doubtless arson; 
	same time large warehouse of his immediately on river bank was set on fire but sustained little damage. 
	M	In this town, on the 23d inst., by Thomas S. LUTTERLOH, Esq., Mr. Seth MILLS to Miss Eliza McKENZIE.
	M	In Wilmington on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Mr. MISCHAUX, Mr. Richard L. SELLERS to Miss Leonora 
	Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Elijah McCLAMMY.
	M	In Clinton, Sampson Co, on the 22d inst., by the Rev. Mr. SPRUNT, Warren JOHNSON, Esq., to Miss 
	Mary E., daughter of Col. Jonathan W. MOSELEY.
	M	In Bladen Co, by Jos. R. KEMP, Esq., Mr. Norman McLEOD to Miss Margaret Ann MAULTSBY, all of 
	Bladen.
	M	In Lumberton, on the 5th inst., by Thomas A. NORMENT, Esq., Mr. William H. BULLARD to Miss Eliza 
	HAYES.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 17th inst., by H. BULLOCK, Jr., Esq., Mr. Sampson BEALY to Miss Harriet 
	STORM.
31 Jul 1851
	M	In Rockingham, Richmond Co, on the 27th inst., by the Rev. A. ERVIN, Mr. R. S. McDONALD to Miss 
	Julia Ann LONG.
05 Aug 1851
	D	On the 26th ult., at the residence of Dr. John McKAY, Mrs. Nancy McCRAINIE, relict of the late Neill 
	McCRAINIE of this county, aged about 67 years.  Presbyterian.  MORE
	D	In Anson Co, on the 26th ult., of putrid sore throat, Winey, daughter of Jas. C. & Delila LILES, aged 3 
	years.
	D	Drowned while fighting:  Daniel HENNESSEY of Charlestown & Miles McFARLAND of Boston quarreled 
	on board a vessel in Charles River.  MORE
	D	In this town on Mon 28th ult., Mr. Ashley HAMILTON, aged about 35 years.
	D	On Tues morning last, Mrs. Eliza M. MATTHEWS.  LONG OBIT.
	D	At Louisville, on Wed night, Mr. C. H. EHLER, an apothecary, was burnt to death by upsetting of a 
	camphine lamp which e was trimming.  MORE
	D	In Wilmington, on the 31st ult., Dr. John SMITH, formerly of Bladen Co, in the 68th year of his age.  
	Husband & father.  MORE
	F	Dr. J. D. BELLAMY's Turpentine Distillery in Brunswick Co was destroyed by fire on Saturday last.  Loss 
	$2,000.
07 Aug 1851
	D	Salem Press:  Two daughters of Mr. John LIBENGOOD, resident about 4 miles from this place, struck by
	 lightning Tues; 1, aged about 16 years, instantly killed; the other, severely stunned, revived.
	D	In Noxubee Co, MS, on 3 Jul, Col. Edmund HATCH, native of NC, in the 69th year of his age.
	D	In this town on Tues last, Mr. Jonathan EVANS, Jr.
	M	In Chatham Co on the 20th ult., by the Rev. John TINNIN, D. C. HARDEN, Esq., of Graham, to Miss E. C.
	 HARMAN, of Chatham.
12 Aug 1851
	D	At Smithville, Lawrence Co, AR, on the 6th ult., Dr. James F. BROADFOOT, formerly of this place.
	D	On the 11th ult., in the vicinity of Tuscaloosa, AL, Mrs. Rachel BANKS in the 83d year of her age.  
	Daughter of Jas. JONES, of Wake Co, NC.
	D	At Hernando, MS, on the 26th ult., Oliver N. STUART, aged 38 years, formerly of this town.
	D	Near Lowndesborough, AL, on the 8th ult., Cpt. Tristram BETHEA, who was born and raised and for 
	many years a citizen of Marion District, SC.  In the war of 1812.
	D	On the 30th ult., at the residence of his father, in the vicinity of Mobile, in the 23d year of his age, James
	 Johnston, son of Henry A. DONALDSON, Esq., formerly of NC.
14 Aug 1851
	D	No deaths or marriages.
	19 Aug 1851
	D	In Wilmington, on the 12th inst., in the 25th year of her age, Mrs. Sarah Jane MELVIN, consort of Mr. 
	James L. MELVIN.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 13th inst., by Rev. T. MURPHY, Cpt. Benjamin RUSH of Fayetteville to Miss Mary 
	Ann DAVIS of Charleston, SC.
	M	In this town, on Thurs evening, the 14th inst., by the Rev. J. H. WHEELER, Mr. James McGILVARY to 
	Miss Hannah, elder daughter of the late William WIDDIFIELD.
	M	On the 14th inst. by James POLK, Esq., Mr. Noah REEDEN to Miss Margaret GOWEN, all of Randolph.
21 Aug 1851
	D	In Mocksville, on the 6th inst., Bettie Kerr, infant daughter of Col. John A. LILLINGTON, aged 1 year 4 
	months 8 days.
26 Aug 1851
	D	In Lower Fayetteville on the 14th inst., Mr. James MITCHELL aged 79 years, for the last 60 years a 
	resident of this place.
	D	Mobile Daily Register:  At the residence of his father, at Summerville, near this city on the night of the 
	30th ult., James Johnston DONALDSON.  Murdered.  Leaves aged father and mother, brothers, sisters. 
	 LONG OBIT
	D	In the vicinity of Raleigh, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Nancy BUFFALOE, at the advanced age of 103 years.
	D	Suddenly, at Kenansville, Duplin Co, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Mary Anne SOUTHERLAND, aged 26 years, 
	wife of Alsa SOUTHERLAND, Esq.,
	D	In Wilmington, on the 16th inst., Mr. William FILLYAW, aged 41 years.
	D	William H. BAYNE, for 11 years editor of North Carolinian, 22d inst., at his residence, in this town.  
	Native of Washington City, lived Fayetteville since 4 Jul 1840.  Leaves wife and 5 small children.  LONG 
	OBIT
	D	Mobile Dailey Register:  At the residence of his father, at Summerville, near this city, on the night of the 
	30th ult., James Johnston DONALDSON, in the 22d year of his age.  Murdered, perpetrator in prison.  
	Leaves father, mother, brothers, sisters.  Long obit.
	M	In Fayetteville on the 19th inst., Mr. Jesse PARKS to Miss Eliza PHILLIPS.
	M	Near Raleigh on Tues evening last by the Rev. Mr. TOBY, Mr. J. D. TOLSON of AL to Miss Claudia, 
	daughter of the late Rev. Thos. MEREDITH.
	M	In Sampson Co, on 23 Jul, by David A. BIZZELL, Esq., Mr. Joseph J. ELLIS of Onslow Co, to Miss Susan 
	R., youngest daughter of Moses COX.
	M	In Winnsborough, SC on the 19th inst., by the Rev. Allen McCORQUDALE, Mr. P. SHEMWELL, of the 
	firm of AREY, SHEMWELL & Co., Fayetteville, NC, to Miss Elizabeth J. McLENNAN of this county.
	M	On the 17th inst., in Oxford, NC at the residence of Mr. R. KINGSBURY, by the Rev. Joseph J. RIDLEY, 
	Mr. Thomas KINGSBURY of Little Rock, AR, to Miss Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Wm. T. BRYANT, 
	late of Elizabeth City, NC.
28 Aug 1851
	D	In Brunswick Co, on the 22d inst., at the residence of Mr. WATTERS, Julia, infant daughter of Isham & 
	Mary Frances BLAKE.
	M	At the residence of Mr. W. R. BOLTON in this county on Wed evening last, 27th inst., by the Rev. Mr. 
	HARRIS, Mr. A. J. WALDEN to Miss Catharine LINEBERRY.
02 Sep 1851
	D	Tribute by members of Rifle Company held in Town Hall in Fayetteville 24 Aug on death of Cpt. Wm. H. 
	BAYNE.  W. W. JONES, Sec'y.  MORE
	D	At Carthage, on the 29th ult., Cornelius H. DOWD, Esq.  At time of his death, he was Register of Moore 
	Co & postmaster at Carthage for 29 years.
	M	In Carthage, on the 17th inst., by Samuel BRUCE, Esq., Dr. A. W. BREWER to Miss Mary F. HANCOCK, 
	daughter of the late W. HANCOCK.
	M	At Cowper Hill, Robeson Co, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. F. K. NASH, Col. John McNEILL to Miss 
	Virginia M. STUBBS, daughter of the late Rev. C. STUBBS, of Marlborough District, SC.
04 Sep 1851
	M	Near the Robeson Institute, on Thurs 28 Aug by N. McNEILL, Esq., Mr. Neill A. McLEAN to Mrs. Margaret
	 G. McKINNON, 2nd daughter of Archibald PATTERSON, dec'd, all of Robeson.
09 Sep 1851
	D	At Cypress Creek, Bladen Co, on the 3d inst., Sarah Caroline, only daughter of Wm. J. & Amanda Jane 
	PARKER, aged 2 years 14 days.
	D	In this town on Sat last, Mrs. Mary SUTHERLAND, native of Campbellton, Kintyre, Argyleshire, Scotland, 
	in her 82d year; many years resident this town, about 50 a member of Presbyterian Church.
	D	On the 17th ult., at the residence of her father, Cpt. Fred. LESTER of Lunenburg Co, Mrs. Missouri F. 
	ERAMBERT, consort of Mr. A. A. ERAMBERT of Farmville, VA, aged 22 years 6 months.
	D	In vicinity of Lumberton, on 27th ult., Mr. Neill McALPIN, aged 52 years; tried to swim across Lumber 
	River and sank.  Body found the 31st.  Member Caledonia Division S. of T.  Longtime Sheriff of the 
	County.  MORE.
	D	On 31st ult., in Montgomery Co, NC,, at the residence of her brother, Miss Mary M. LUCAS, oldest 
	daughter of James LUCAS, formerly of Marion District, SC.  Member Baptist Church.
	M	In Chatham by the Rev. S. G. EVANS, Mr. J. HOBSON to Miss Mary McMASTERS, daughter of Andrew 
	McMASTERS.  Also in Chatham, by Rev. S. G. EVANS, Mr. G. W. STANLY to Miss Eliza WELLS, 
	daughter of William WELLS, Esq.
	M	In Chatham Co, on 1 Jul, by Rev. Lewis LUTTERLOH, Mr. William OVERMAN to Miss M. INGOLE.
	M	In Alamance Co on the 16th inst., by the Rev. A. H. THOMPSON, Mr. William KIRKPATRICK to Mrs. Gilla 
	A. TEER, all of said county.
	M	In New York, on 31 Jul, Mr. John H. DECKER of Fayetteville, NC to Miss Harriet CAMPBELL of New York.
	M	In Chatham on the 10th ult., by the Rev. S. G. EVANS, Mr. Alvis NELSON to Miss Mary Ann BUCKNER, 
	daughter of W. BUCKNER, Esq.
11 Sep 1851
	D	In Warrenton, on the 12th ult., in the 71st year of her age, Mrs. Mary HALL, relict of the late John HALL, 
	for many years an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of NC.
	M	In Onslow County on the 4th inst., by Stephen WALLACE, Esq., Eli COX, Esq. of FL, to Miss Barbara, 
	daughter of Lewis and Irena WILLLIAMS, of Jones Co.
16 Sep 1851
	D	In Anson Co, on the 23d ult., Wm. INGRAM, son of Wesley & Rachel INGRAM, aged 6 years.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 30th ult., Miss Jennet McLEAN.
	D	On the 5th inst., at the residence of his father, Wm. E. DOSTER, Clerk of the Superior Court of Union 
	Co, in the 26th year of his age.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 4th inst., (at the house of her grandfather, Dr. DeROSSET), Magdalen DeRosset, 
	infant daughter of Rev. M. A. CURTIS, of SC, aged 4 months 24 days.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 8th inst., Sanders G. INGRAM, son of Hugh M. & Ann M. INGRAM, aged 5 years.
	D	IN Wilmington on Thurs evening, 11th inst., at 5 o'clock, of bowel complaint, Walter Jones, youngest son
	 of A. V. W. & Jane W. HEWLETT, aged 3 years 2  months 9 days.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 4th inst., Mr. Merit DAVIS, of Stanly Co, to Miss Elizabeth TURNER, daughter of 
	George TURNER, of Anson Co.
	M	On the 4th inst., by the Rev. John L. CLIFTON, Mr. Michael B. BELL, to Mrs. Sarah W. BRADSHAW.  
	Also, by the same, on the 7th inst., Mr. Simon P. HOBBS to Miss Mary Eliza, daughter of Henry 
	STEVENS, Esq.
	M	In Anson Co, on 6 May, 1851 by M. W. MASK, Esq., Mr. Simeon D. PEMBERTON to Miss Mary A. 
	TREADAWAY, daughter of John T. TREADAWAY.
18 Sep 1851
	D	No deaths or marriage reported.
23 Sep 1851
	D	In Wilmington, on the 11th inst., Thomas B. GRANT, son of Mr. Richard H. GRANT, aged about 5 years.
	D	On Sat, 20 Sep, David Shaw, youngest child of James & Hellen M. BANKS, aged 7 months.
	D	In this town, on the 16th inst., Ellen, daughter of Robert & Sarah Jane GARRETT, aged 1 year 7 months.
	D	Near Marion Court House, SC, on the 11th inst., Mr. Charles McCALLUM, recently of Fayetteville, aged 
	about 25 years.
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 10th inst., of Congestive Fever, Mrs. Emeline MOORE, wife of W. L. MOORE, in 
	the 26th year of her age.
	M	On the 7th inst., by Eli SMITH, Esq., Mr. William MELTON to Miss Martha GRAHAM, all of Moore Co.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. H. McLAURIN, Mr. Geo. W. REYNOLDS, of MS, to Miss 
	Frances A., daughter of Rev. Wm. N. PEACOCK.
	M	At Salisbury, NC, on the 17h inst., by the Rev. Prof. MORGAN, his daughter, Miss Charlotte Eliphal 
	MORGAN to E. Delafield SMITH, Esq., Counselor at law, of NY.
25 Sep 1851
	D	No marriages or deaths reported.
	F	Wilmington Daily Journal, 18th:  This morning about 12:30 or 12:45, fire in store at the corner of Front &
	 Red Cross Streets; total destruction of the tenement of origin and 2 adjoining dwellings, one occupied 
	by Mr. W. A. GWYER and the other by Mr. James GRIST.  Buildings belonged to Messrs. B. FLANNER, 
	J. A. TAYLOR & O. G. PARSLEY.  MORE
30 Sep 1851
	D	In Robertville, SC, on the 13th inst., Dr. Thos. H. HARRIS, in the 65th year of his age; native of NC.
	D	In Wadesborough, on the 24th inst., Mrs. Mary Hutchinson, in the 75th year of her age.
	D	In this town, on the 25th inst., Mr. Tho's A. HALES, aged about 65 years.
	D	Near Rockingham, Richmond Co, on the 14th ult., Peter STANCILL, Sr., in the 75th year of his age; 
	caused by an injury received by being thrown from his horse; died two days afterwards.
	D	Of Congestive Fever, on the 8th inst., at the residence of Mr. Robert BRODNAX, in Rockingham Co, 
	Mrs. Susan Mary BROADNAX, daughter of Chief Justice RUFFIN, and wife of Mr. John W. BRODNAX.
	D	At the residence of his brother in Hillsboro' on Wed last, Dr. Wm. F. STRUDWICK, of Demopolis, AL, in 
	the 42nd year of his age.
	M	At Rochelle, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. N. A. PURIFY, Mr. Richard WEST, of Wayne Co, to Miss 
	Bettie F., daughter of Rev. D. S. Williams, of Cumberland.
02 Oct 1851
	D	On Sun last, 28th ult., near Bunn's Level, in this county, James BARKSDALE, about 18 years of age, 
	was shot by a man named JACKSON; fight between BARKSDALE & some 3d person; JACKSON 
	interfered to part them; BARKSDALE threatened to kill him and next morning went armed to JACKSON's 
	house who discharged contents of two or three guns in his body.  JACKSON gave himself up, bailed for 
	his appearance at the Superior Court next month.
	D	In Lewisville, Lafayette Co, AR, on the 10th ult., John B. BORDEN, Esq., aged 27 years.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 18th ult., by Jas. C. McKELLAR, Esq., Mr. Riley WILLOUGHBY of Marion District, 
	SC, to Miss Elizabeth DAVIS of Robeson.
	M	In Columbia Co, East FL, on the 4th ult., Mr. John Henry, of New York, to Miss Mary T., only daughter of 
	Henry E. PURVIANCE, formerly of this place.
07 Oct 1851
	D	In Orange Co, on the 19th ult., Mr. John PAUL, a respectable citizen, aged 89 years.  NOTE:  This was 
	only in the weekly paper, not the bi-weekly.
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 15th ult., Mr. Archibald SHAW, aged 38 years.
	D	A few days ago, Mr. Harry MOORE, of Duplin Co; leaves wife & several children; Baptist.
	D	At Elizabeth, Bladen Co, NC, on the 9th ult., Mr. Francis RUSSELL, aged about 31 years.  Native of 
	Chester Co, PA, moved to Sampson Co 5 years ago.  Few days ago went to Bladen co to look for work 
	(fine mechanic), taken sick on Sun, died Tues following.  Left no family of his own.  Has brothers and 
	sister.  MORE.
	D	This morning, Ichabod WETMORE, in the 60th year of his age.  Funeral tomorrow morning at the 
	Episcopal Church at 9 o'clock.  Page 3, column 1 adds:  Cashier of the Branch of the Bank of the State 
	in this place.  Native New London, CT.  MORE
	D	In this vicinity, on the 30th ult., Mrs. Sarah McIVER, consort of the late Evander McIVER, aged 68 years.
	M	In Atlanta, GA, on the 23d ult., by the Rev. Wm. J. ZIMMER, Mr. Allmand A. McKOY, of Clinton, NC, to 
	Miss L. Anchlaux, daughter of the late Rev. John HOWARD.
	M	In Fayetteville, on the 1st inst., by Rev. J. H. WHEELER, Mr. Joseph WEISIGER to Miss Elizabeth, 
	daughter of the late Jonathan EVANS, Sr.
	M	At the residence of Jesse BEAN, Esq., in Moore Co, on the 3d inst., by Jesse BEAN, Mr. Arthur DAVIS, 
	of Moore, to Elizabeth LAMB, of Montgomery Co.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 11th ult., by Alex. McCASKILL, Esq., Wm. W. BUNNEL, of said county, to 
	Winney Jane SMITH, of Moore Co.
	M	In Kinston, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. J. B. GAYLOR, Henry A. STRONG, Esq., of Sampson Co, to 
	Miss Susan E., daughter of the late Col. Blount COLEMAN of Lenoir.
	M	In Cumberland Co, on the 28th ult., by Arthur HORN, Esq., Mr. Wm. H. JORDAN, of Brunswick Co, to 
	Miss Nancy RAY.
09 Oct 1851
	D	In New Hanover Co, on the 29th ult., Mr. John J. NEWTON, in the 49th year of his age.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. John R. McINTOSH, the Rev. Frederick K. NASH to Miss 
	Anna Maria McLEAN, daughter of James McLEAN, Esq.
	M	In Wilmington on the 7th inst., by Rev. A. P. REPITON, Mr. James W. WHITFIELD to Miss Virginia C. 
	THALLY, daughter of David THALLY, Esq.
	M	In Guilford, on the 2d inst., by A. DILWORTH, Esq., Mr. Joshua LINDLEY, of Chatham, to Miss Mary 
	OWEN, daughter of Mr. Wm. OWEN, of Guilford.
14 Oct 1851
	D	From the Arkansas Whig, Little Rock, 17 Sep 1851: Died in Lewisville, Lafayette Co, on the evening of 
	the 10th inst., John Beck BORDEN, Esq., aged 27 years.  Lawyer; served in the Mexican War; a Whig; 
	"cut down in the flower of his years."  Long Obit.
	M	On the 8th inst., by the Rev. Dr. MASON, Edwin G. SPEIGHT, Esq. of AL, to Miss Mary Shepard, eldest 
	daughter of Hon. J. H. BRYAN, of Raleigh
	M	At the residence of Maj. C. L. HINTON, in Wake Co, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. Dr. MASON, Lawrence 
	HINTON to Miss Jane C. MILLER.
16 Oct 1851
	D	NY Express:  Gentleman named GOODWIN, residing in NC, died suddenly at the Astor House on Sat, 
	where he has been stopping several days past.
	D	At Washington City on the 12th inst. Com. WARRINGTON.   Dangerous illness mentioned in our last.  
	Born 1782 VA, entered the Navy in 1800.  In war of 1812.  MORE
	D	At the residence of his father, in Moore Co, on the 2d inst., in the 14th year of his age, William Patrick 
	DOWD, son of Gen. W. D. DOWD.
	M	At Rose Hill, the residence of Wm. H. HARDIN, Esq., in this vicinity, on Tues evening last, by the Rev. 
	Jos. C. HUSKE, Mr. Wm. Smith MALLETT to Miss Frances Harriett, second daughter of Mr. HARDIN.
	21 Oct 1851
	D	At the residence of her son, on Haymont, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Margaret SIKES, a native of Bladen Co,
	 but a resident of this vicinity for the last 33 years, aged 84 years 2 months.  Devoted member of the 
	Baptist Church for the last 50 years.
21 Oct 1851
	D	Near Queensdale, Robeson Co, on the 6th inst., Mrs. Flora CADDELL, consort of Jno. L. CADDELL and
	 daughter of Daniel & Christian DOUGLASS, aged 24 years.  Few months previous to her death mother 
	of 2 infant sons, one of which went before her, and the other after her.
	D	Rev. Robert McNABB, of Carthage, Moore Co, was cruelly murdered on Fri night last, in his own yard, 
	with a knife, supposedly for the $100 in his pocket.  Minister of the Baptist Church.  Long article.
	D	Celebrated Henry SHULTZ, of Hamburg, SC died on the 13th inst.  German by birth, but emigrated to 
	Charleston, where he began career as common laborer or a mechanic; amassed a fortune which he 
	lost.  Founder of Hamburg, and of the bridge connecting that place with Augusta.  MORE
	M	In Moore Co, on the 25th ult., Mr. John PHILLIPS, of Chatham, to Miss Isabella McIVER.
	M	On the 9th inst., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. Hugh McPHAIL to Miss Sarah GILLIS, daughter of 
	Col. David GILLIS, all of Cumberland.
23 Oct 1851
	D	In Benton, Polk Co, TN, 2 Oct, Mrs. Melinda PATTERSON, wife of Mark PATTERSON, and daughter of 
	the late Duncan ROSE, Esq., of Person Co, aged about 48 years.
	M	In Wayne Co, on the 19th Jun last, by the Rev'd James M. SPRUNT, Col. John J. WHITEHEAD, of 
	Kenansville, to Miss Mary A. LOFTIN, daughter of the late Major C. R. LOFTIN, of Wayne Co.
	M	At Beaver Dam, Union Co, NC, on the 16th inst., by J. SIKES, Esq., Mr. William L. SMITH, of Cheraw, SC,
	 to Miss Susan Caroline LILES, daughter of D. LILES, dec'd.
	M	In Chatham Co on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Wm. P. TAYLOR, Mr. Orpheus S. HANNER, of Guilford Co, 
	to Miss Margaret E., second daughter of G. W.GOLDSTON, Esq.
28 Oct 1851
	D	In Wilmington, on the 14th inst., Mr. David PARKER, aged about 48 years.
	D	In Russel Co, AL, on the 24th ult., Enos TART, in the 34th year of his age, formerly of Marion District, 
	SC.
	D	At Beaver Creek, in this county, on the 25th inst., Mr. Angus D. McDONALD, aged 42 years.
	D	Salisbury Watchman:  Doct. Pleasant HENDERSON died suddenly Tues last.  Physician.  Long Obit
	M	In Wilmington, on the 22d inst at the First Baptist Church, by the Rev. James McDANIEL, Cpt Wm. B. 
	WINES to Miss Catherine COLLINS, all of Wilmington.  Also, on Tues last, by the Rev. Thos. MURPHY, 
	Mr. Jas. H. RYAN to Miss Margaret T. DOGAN.
	M	On the 8th inst., at the residence of Dr. Ira DAVIS, by the Rev. John B. GAYLORD, Byron D. FORD, 
	Esq., of Wilmington to Miss Sophronia E. DAVIS, of Duplin.
30 Oct 1851
	D	Three homicides in Bladen.  From Wilmington Journal:  Mr. Joshua BRYAN, of Elizabeth, was killed at 
	that place on Sat evening last by Thomas McLELLAND of the same place.  Another case was that of a 
	negro belonging to Mr. Hugh SIMPSON who was killed by some one whose name we have not heard.  
	Third case was a runaway negro shot by a gentleman whose house he was endeavoring to enter in the 
	night.
	D	In Richmond Co, on the 21st inst., at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Mary GREEN, Mrs. BOSEMAN,
	 in an advanced age.
	D	In Sampson Co, on 26 Oct, of inflammation of the brain, Mr. Marshall O. PARKER, in the 27th year of his
	 age.  Methodist.  Leaves widow & 2 children.
	D	In the 38th year of her age, at Waverly, near Tallahassee, FL, on the night of the 16th inst., Mrs. Mary 
	Ann, consort of Gen. George W. WHITFIELD, and daughter of the late Jeremiah BROWN, Esq., of 
	Newbern, NC.
	D	On 19 Oct, near Long's Mill, Randolph Co, NC, Mr. David KIME, aged about 54 years.
	M	In Bertie Co, on the evening of the 22d inst., by Rev. J. Blount CHESHIRE, Dr. John HILL, of Wilmington, 
	to Miss Willie J. RUFFIN, of Bertie Co.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 23d inst., Mr. Reuben JORDAN to Miss Catharine HUNSUCKER.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 21st inst., by the Rev. W. N. PEACOCK, Thomas PEMBERTON, Esq., to Miss 
	Julia Ann, daughter of Edward McCALLUM, dec'd.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 16th inst., by Rev. W. N. PEACOCK, Dr. John F. ALLISON, formerly of 
	Cabarrus, to Miss Mary E., daughter of Oliver WYLIE, Esq.
	M	In St. Peter's Church, Washington, on the 22d inst., by the Rev. R. B. DRANE, D. D., Rector of St. 
	James Church, Wilmington, the Rev. Edwin GEER, Rector of St. Peters', to Miss Elizabeth M, daughter 
	of the late Major Thos. H. BLOUNT, of Washington.
	M	In Graham, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Jno. R. HOLT, Mr. Wm. P. DENNY, of Greensborough, to Miss 
	Bettie H. HARDEN, daughter of Col. John HARDEN, of Graham.
04 Nov 1851
	D	In Mobile, AL, on the 16th ult., after a most painful though short illness, George C. THURBER, Esq., 
	aged 36 years.  Native of Wilmington NC, removed to AL in 1836.
	D	In Marlborough District, SC, on 22 Sep, Mrs. Ann C. TOWNSEND, consort of Mr. J. N. TOWNSEND, in 
	the 37th year of her age.
	M	In GA, on the 16th inst., by Rev. Mr. GIBSON, Mr. Emory P. GAUSE, of Brunswick Co, NC, to Miss 
	Narsis, daughter of Col. GARDNER, of Pike Co, GA.
	M	In Salisbury, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. A. BAKER, Mr. Julius D. RAMSEY, of the firm of BROWN, 
	FRALEY, and Co., to Miss Ann Wall, eldest daughter of D. A. DAVIS, Esq.
	M	In Montgomery Co on the 26th inst., by Spencer HALTON, Esq., Cpt. Elijah RICHARDSON to Miss 
	Sophia, daughter of Wm. SIMMONS.  "May young Richardson Find his 'Simmons ever sweet."
	M	In Wilmington, on the 28th ult., by Alex McRAE, Esq., Mr. John GROVES, to Miss Sophia Ann MOTT.  
	Also by the Rev. R. T. HEFLIN, Mr. William WALLACE to Miss Mary WELLS.  Also, on the 29th, at the 
	Front St. M. E. Church, by Rev. R. T. HEFLIN, Rev. J. H. BRENT, to Miss Lucinda BEEBE.
06 Nov 1851
	D	In Salem, on the 25th ult., John Henry SHULTS, in the 63d year of his age.
	D	In Davidson Co, on the 25th ult., Rev'd John RICH, of the M. E. North Carolina Conference, aged 36 
	years.
	D	Another Revolutionary soldier gone:  Died, in the vicinity of Asheville, NC, on the 19th ult., after a short 
	illness, Mr. Sam'l PATTON, aged 94 years.  This venerable man was an actor in the stirring scenes that 
	"tried men's soul's."
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 16th ult., by the Rev. Wm. LIMEBARRY, Mr. Henry C. LUTHER to Miss Elizabeth 
	J. YEARGAN.  Also, on the 26th ult., by the same, Mr. James PACE to Miss Elizabeth HACKNEY, 
	daughter of Daniel HACKNEY, Esq.
	M	Near Rockford, on the 17th ult., by N. H. BLACKWOOD, Esq., Mr. Joseph PHILIPS, aged 85 years, to 
	Mrs. Nancy SHIMALT, aged 53.
11 Nov 1851
	D	In this place, on the 4th inst., after an illness of several months, Cpt. John STEWART, in the 43d year of
	 his age.
	D	In Raleigh yesterday at 5 pm, Hon. Richard HINES.  Formerly member of Congress, for many years 
	Chairman of the Whig Central Committee of this State.
	M	In Robeson Co, on Thurs, the 6th inst., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. James WILKISON, of 
	Cumberland, to Miss Sarah, daughter of John McNATT, dec'd.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 7th inst., by Henry BULLOCK, Esq., Mr. Alexander McLEOD to Miss Flora, 
	daughter of Col. D. McQUEEN, all of said county.
13 Nov 1851
	D	At Cedar Falls, Randolph Co, on the 25th ult., Col. John WOOD, aged 71 years.
	D	Long obit on the Hon. Richard HINES, died in Raleigh Mon afternoon last.  Native Edgecombe Co.
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 6th inst., Theophilus S. UNDERWOOD, Esq., a worthy and estimable citizen and 
	consistent member of the Baptist Church, aged about 38 years.
	D	Week before last a Negro man, property of Hugh SIMPSON, Esq., was killed in a quarrel by 2 of Mr. 
	SIMPSON's Negroes in Bladen Co.  Negroes were arrested, now in jail.
	M	In Graham, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. J. R. HOLT, Mr. Josiah McCULLOCH to Miss Martha D. 
	FAUCETT, eldest daughter of John FAUCETT, Esq., Clerk of the County Court.
18 Nov 1851
	D	In Moore Co, on the 20th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth YOW, wife of Henry YOW and daughter of William JONES, 
	Esq., aged 44 years.  Member M. E. Church for 26 years.  Devoted wife, kind parent, indulgent mistress 
	and sincere friend.  Left husband, 11 children, number of relations.  Long obit by T. W. POSTELL
	D	On 30 Oct, Miss Sarah Jane TURNER, member of the Senior Class in Greensborough Female College, 
	in the 17th year of her age; daughter of A. A. TURNER, Esq., of Henderson, Granville Co, NC.
	D	In Halifax Co, on the 30th ult., Col. Whitmel Hill ANTHONY, in the 40th year of his age.
	D	In Lowndes Co, AL, on the 14th inst., Mrs. Flora McFARLAND, in the 66th year of her age.  Born 
	Richmond Co, NC, and moved to AL about 32 years ago with her husband, Jas. McFARLAND.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 12th inst., of Typhoid fever, Mr. Samuel D. HALL, aged 25 years 5 months.
	D	In this town on Sun last, James BATTLE, Sr., Esq., aged about 80 years.  Lived upper end of this 
	county.  MORE
	D	In this town last evening, William infant son of the Rev. J. J. BRANTLY, aged 7 months.
	D	From Lincoln Republican:  Samuel FLEMMING killed.  Sat week last, at Marion Court, as Col. Wm. W. 
	AVERY, unarmed, was passing from Courthouse to his rooms after a case pending in which FLEMMING 
	was a party, was attacked by FLEMMING and beaten with a cowhide and a stone during a long fight.  In 
	Morganton, Tues last, FLEMMING walked into court at session; Col. AVERY rose and shot FLEMMING.  
	MORE
	D	Update on Carthage Murder:  The Negroes who confessed to murder of Mr. McNABB in Carthage 
	completely negate the idea that any other person, white or black, had anything to do with it or knew 
	anything about it.  Mr. McNABB had insured his life for $30,000.
20 Nov 1851
	D	At his residence in Moore Co on Fri night, the 14th inst., Mr. Murdoch McKENZIE, in the 80th year of his 
	age.  Many years active elder of the Presbyterian Church.  MORE
	D	Update on death of Samuel FLEMMING of Yancey Co by pistol fired by W. W. AVERY, Esq., of 
	Morganton on Tues last week.  Mr. AVERY committed to prison, arraigned Wed, to be tried Thurs or Fri 
	last.   MORE
	D	In Wilmington, on the 16th inst., at the residence of Wm. H. DUDLEY, Mr. James Perry ARMISTEAD, 
	aged 21 years, son of Wm. J. ARMISTEAD, of Marianna, West FL.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 6th inst., by Absalom KELLY, Esq., Mr. Abner Flinn HARRINGTON to Miss Mary 
	COX, only daughter of John COX, Esq.; all of Moore.
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Wm. T. LINEBERRY, Andrew HEADEN to Miss Martha L., 
	eldest daughter of Josiah HEADEN, Esq.
25 Nov 1851
	D	In Charleston, SC, on Tues last, after a brief illness, Johnson Mallett DeBERNIERE, Esq., Attorney at 
	Law, of Marion, McDowell, NC.  Only child of the late Peter J. and Ellen DeBerniere MALLETT, born 
	1828 in this place, graduated at University of NC in the Class of 1849.  Recently commenced practice of
	 law.  Buried in family burial place in this town.    [Both Mallett and Debenierre surnames given; however 
	IOOF obit 2 Dec gives his surname as DeBENIERRE.]
	D	Horrible calamity visited this city at Ward school house No. 26, in Greenwich Ave, between 2 and 3 
	o'clock yesterday afternoon; 50 children or more were killed, 49 severely wounded; 1,838 children at 
	the school, about 600 in the female department.  Miss HARRISON, one of the teachers, was seized with 
	fainting, called for water; cry of water gave idea of fire; panic spread rapidly.  Children forced over the 
	3rd story banister or crushed.  Miss McFARLAND one of the assistants in the primary grades.  LONG 
	ARTICLE
	D	At Chapel Hill, on the 10th inst., Mark BENNET, son of Rev. Mark BENNET, of Edgecombe Co, aged 18 
	years.
	M	In Orange Co, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. A. WILSON, D. D., Dr. John W. BOND, of Bertie, to Miss Mary
	 Frances MEBANE, daughter of Mr. William MEBANE.
	M	In Wilmington, on Tues morning last, by the Rev. Dr. R. B. DRANE, Col. C. D. HILL, of Duplin, to Miss 
	Emily C., daughter of the late H. B. HOWARD, of Wilmington.
	M	On the 10th inst., by Rev. J. H. COFFMANN, Richard H. COWAN, to Mrs. Margaret LOCKE, all of Rowan Co.
	M	In Marion District, SC, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. Sam'l BETHEA, Mr. Neill B. McQUEEN, to Miss 
	Catharine CARMICHAEL, all of Marion.
	M	Also, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. J. B. DONNELLY, Col. Martin W. LEACH, of Randolph, to Miss Sallie 
	A. MANGUM, daughter of the Hon. Willie P. MANGUM.
27 Nov 1851
	D	At Rocky River Springs, NC, on the 12th inst., Mr. Thos. ELLERBE, of SC.
	D	In Jones Co, on the 27th ult., Mrs. Mary E. HATCH, in the 27th year of her age.
	D	On 10 Oct 1851 in Henry Co, TN, Rev. Jonathan STEPHENSON, formerly of Wake Co, NC, aged 71 
	years.  Member of the Baptist church for 50 years, and ordained minister of the gospel for 30 years.
	D	In Rowan Co, on the 10th inst., Mr. John HARTMAN, aged about 73 years.
	D	In Iredell Co, on the 13th inst., of pneumonia, in the 63d year of her age, Miss Charlotte Elizabeth 
	FRONTIS, younger sister of the Rev. Stephen FRONTIS.
	D	In Montgomery Co, on the 30th ult., Charles HALTUM, a very aged and respectable citizen.  Also, on the
	 21st inst., Stephan HAMILTON.
	M	In New York, on Wed the 19th last by the Rev. E. N. MEAD, Dr. Richard B. HAYWOOD, of Raleigh, NC, 
	to Miss Julia Ogden, eldest daughter of the late John G. HICKS, of the former city.
	M	In Cheraw, on the 13th inst., by Rev. J. T. WIGHTMAN, Jas. T. KENDALL, Esq., to Miss Mary Jane, 
	daughter of J. C. McRAE, Esq.
	M	In Davidson Co, on the 4th inst., by the Rev'd J. TILLET, Dr. R. W. THOMAS to Miss Margaret C., 
	HAMPTON, both of Davidson.
	M	In Guilford Co, on the 2d inst., by Wm. COBLE, Esq., Mr. Michael RIGHTSELL, of Alamance Co, to Miss 
	Mahala Ann, daughter of Wm. BROWN, of Guilford.
	M	On the 4th inst., at the residence of Gen. SIMPSON, in Buckingham Co, by the Rev'd Pres't DEEMS, 
	Gen. Joab HIATT, of Greensborough, to Miss Mary A. BRENT of Rockingham.
	M	In Montgomery Co,, on the 17th inst., by P. C. SANDERS, Esq., Alex. DENNIS to Jane SMART, daughter 
	of Cpt. N. W. SMART.  Also, on the 23d, at Prospect Church, by the same, Andrew J. DENNIS to Nancy 
	MORGAN.
	M	In Randolph Co, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. George McNEILL, Mr. David W. PORTER, late of 
	Greensborough, to Miss Frances WALKER, daughter of Sam'l WALKER, dec'd..
02 Dec 1851
	D	In this town, on Sun evening last, the 30th ult., aged 87 years, Mrs. Sarah DAWSON, a native of the Isle 
	of Sky, Scotland, but for 75 years a resident of this vicinity.  Funeral from residence of Mr. Wm. R. 
	LOVE, on Grove Street this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
	D	At Rutherfordton, on the 21st ult., Mr. Thos. A. HAYDEN, former Editor of the Mountain Banner, aged 40
	 years.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 14th ult., of Brain Fever, Charles Battle, infant son of Charles & Laura PHILLIPS, of 
	Chapel Hill, aged 11 months 14 days.
	D	In Orange Co, near Cedar Grove, on the 24th ult., Mr. John KELLY, aged about 70.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Barbara McMILLAN, widow of the late Hector McMILLAN; a 
	devotedly pious lady, esteemed by all.
	D	Very long article on shooting of Mr. FLEMMING by Col. AVERY last Nov and buildup thereto.  Mentions 
	Mr. John GREENLEE, Mr. Ephraim GREENLEE, E. P. JONES, Dr. J. S. ERWIN.
	D	Obituary from Samaritan Lodge, No. 31, I.O.O.F., Chapel Hill, on death of Bro. Johnson Mallett 
	DeBERNEIRE; Bro. Leon V. SILER introduced resolution honoring him.  Long obit of resolutions.  K. B. 
	WAITT, Sec'y.  24 Nov 1851.
	D	A grain bin in the brewery in Sheriff street adjoining R. HOE & Co.'s works, burst at noon today, forced 
	out the side wall of the building falling upon a blacksmith's shop connected with Messrs. HOE's 
	establishment, crushed it, buried several men.  Two dead bodies have been taken out; one supposedly 
	the foreman, Mr. ALLEN.
	D	In this county, on 10 Oct last, Mrs. Elsey DEAL, aged 87 years, leaving 5 children and numerous 
	relatives and friends.
	M	In Bladen Co, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. John OWEN, Daniel M. McDONALD, of Fayetteville, to Miss 
	Anna C., eldest daughter of Malcom MONROE, Esq.
	M	In Albemarle, on the 20th ult., by the Rev'd A. RICHARDSON, Dr. Preston W. WOOLLEY to Miss Letitia 
	HEARN, daughter of Mr. Eben HEARN.
	M	On the 20th ult., in Stanley Co, by Henry MARSHALL, Esq., Mr. Whitson CARTER to Miss SMITH, 
	daughter of Mr. John SMITH.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. John MONROE, Mr. Abner FLOWERS to Miss Martha LILES, 
	youngest daughter of Mr. Sandford LILES.
	M	On the 25th ult., by the Rev. John DEPO, Mr. John BELL to Miss Sarah A., daughter of Hugh and 
	Elizabeth GILMORE - all of Cumberland Co.
03 Dec 1851
	D	At Martin's Lime-kiln, Stokes Co, on the 21st ult., after a short & painful illness of only three days, 
	Martha MARTIN, aged 13 years 6 months, daughter of Edmund L. MARTIN, Esq.
	M	In Guilford Co, on the 25th ult., at the residence of John HIATT, by Nathan HIATT, Esq., Mr. Cyrus 
	COFFIN to Miss Martha J., daughter of the late Cpt. Allen COOK.  Also, on the 27th, by the same, Mr. 
	Wm. H. TROTTER to Miss Mary SULIVAN.
	M	In Greensborough, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. Jas. P. SIMPSON, Col. M. S. SHERWOOD, Junior Editor
	 of the Patriot, to Miss Maria L. THOMAS.
	M	At St. John's Church, in this town, on Tues morning, by the Rev. Joseph C. HUSKE, Mr. Joseph B. 
	STARR, of the firm of STARR & WILLIAMS, to Miss Sophia SMITH, second daughter of the late C. C. 
	SMITH.
09 Dec 1851
	D	On the 30th ult., Mr. Dugald McCALL, aged about 35 years, from burns received while carrying a hand-
	torch on the night of the 23d ult., on his way home from a neighbor's house.  Industrious citizen, leaves 
	wife and two small children.
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 27th ult., Dr. George W. STITH, for many years a resident of that county.
	D	In this town, on Sat, the 6th inst., Mr. Brazwell CARVER, aged about 25 years.
	D	In this town, on the 17th ult., Miss Elizabeth Annabella, youngest daughter of Edward & Mary EVELYN, 
	aged 11 years.
	D	In this county, on the 28th ult., Mr. D. W. MASSEY, aged about 68.
	M	In Onslow Co, on the 20th ult., Dr. E. W. WARD, to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of J. F. SPICER, Esq.
11 Dec 1851
	D	In Lincolnton, on the 26th ult., at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Daniel HOKE, Mrs. Michael 
	RUDICIL, at an advanced age.
	D	In town, last night, Joseph W. HALL, son of Wm. L. HALL, Esq., in the 22d year of his age.
	D	In Concord, on the 11th ult., Miss Jane Mariah, aged 18 years, eldest daughter of Mr. W. M. 
	HENDERSON.
	D	In Mocksville, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Mary GAITHER, relict of the late Gazaway GAITHER, aged 68 years.
	M	At Hillsborough, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Joseph C. HUSKE, Mr. Benjamin R. HUSKE, to Miss 
	Annabella, eldest daughter of John W. NORWOOD, Esq.
16 Dec 1851
	D	In Wake Co, on the 30th ult., Christopher BARBE, Sr., in the 73d year of his age.
	D	At his residence in Early Grove, MS, on the 2d ult., Maxwell WILSON, formerly of NC, aged 66 years.
	D	In Monroe, NC, on the 29th ult., David Hiram CUTHERBERTSON, M. D., in the 24th year of his age.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 3d inst., after a severe illness of one week, of Typhoid Pneumonia John T. MASK, 
	aged 20 years 6 months.
	D	At his residence in this county, on the 5th inst., Mr. Jno. C. DAVIS, aged about 62 years.
	F	Sunday night serous fire broke out in the wooden building next South of the Post Office; burned all of 
	the square south & east, and north as far as & including Mr. ROULHAC's store.  Principal sufferers Mrs. 
	STUART, Richard SMITH & Mr. FENTRESS.  MORE
	M	In Moore Co, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. T. W. POSTELL, Mr. Sam'l D. STEWART to Miss Martha 
	LAWHORN, eldest daughter of L. W. and Ann LAWHORN.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 30th ult., by the Rev. E. DAVID, Mr. J. W. COX to Miss Mary Ann HENRY.  Also, on 
	the 30th ult., by James A. LILES, Esq., J. W. BIRMINGHAM to Miss Minerva KING.
	M	In Richmond Co, on the 4th inst., by Rev. E. DAVID, Cabey PENNETT [or RENNETT], Esq., of Anson, to 
	Miss Eliza Ann BOSTICK of Richmond.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 25th ult., Mr. John A. CAMERON, to Miss Sarah Eliza BLUE.
18 Dec 1851
	D	F. MILLER, a young printer, died at Pittsburg, on Thurs, of lead fever, contracted by the practice of 
	putting type in his mouth.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 12th inst., of Consumption, Mrs. Susan E. McKEE, wife of Dr. Wm. H. McKEE, and 
	daughter of Joel BATTLE, dec'd and Mary P. BATTLE, late of Edgecombe Co, in the 33d year of her age.
	D	The Hon. Joel R. POINSETT, distinguished citizen of SC, died at Stateburg, in that state on the 12th 
	inst., in the 73d year of his age.  Very learned man, had served in Congress, as US Minister to Mexico, 
	as Mr. Van BUREN's Secretary of War, etc.
	F	Follow up from 16 Dec 1851:  Losses of individuals, etc.  Richard SMITH: large brick building, original 
	cost $14,000, insurance $4,000; frame buildings occupied by Mr. CROCKER & Mr. A. ADAMS, as 
	Groceries, no insurance, loss about $1200; 2 brick tenements on Hargett St., loss estimated about 
	$1,000; Mrs. STUART:  Dwelling occupied by Mr. WHITE, with the Post Office & Shoe Store occupied by 
	Mr. DEPKIN; nearly everything in house & office saved; no insurance, loss between $3000 & $4000.  Mr.
	 PEPKIN lost entire stock of goods; loss estimated between $800 & $1000.  C. W. D. HUTCHINS: Saddle 
	& Harness establishment; insurance $600; loss probably $800l.  J. C. POWELL:  Store occupied by Mr. 
	GRIFFICE whose goods mostly saved; no insurance; loss $700 or $800.  T. R. FENTRESS; brick store 
	& dwelling; furniture & goods saved; insured for $3500; loss from $1000 to $2000.  J. B. G. ROULHAC:  
	Store blown up; goods mostly saved; insured for 2/3 value of house.  David DULLEY; grocery on 
	Hargett St; goods saved; loss some $4000 or $5000; no insurance.  J. WOMBLE: Grocery; good saved; 
	loss $400 to $500; no insurance.  L. ADAMS:  Grocery; no insurance; loss from $400 to $500.  H. O. 
	GILL:  Grocery; goods saved; loss about $1000.  MORE
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. John C. HUGGINS, Mr. Willis MOORE to Miss Mary Eliza 
	THOMPSON, daughter of Joseph THOMPSON, Esq., all of Robeson.
	M	At Little Rockfish Village, on the 4th inst., by Rev. Mr. BENTON, Mr. Kinnon PHILIPS to Miss Mary Ann 
	MONROE.
23 Dec 1851
	D	In Montgomery, AL, Mrs. Georgiana RIGGS, wife of Joel RIGGS, Esq., Comptroller of Public Accounts, 
	and daughter of the late Junius MOORE, of Brunswick Co, NC.
	D	From The Wilmington Journal:  Person murdered in the Circus affray at Taylor's Bridge [see previous 
	issue for more details] was Mr. Milton MATHIS, of Sampson, a worthy respectable and peaceable young 
	man.  Several others were severely wounded.  MORE
	D	In Washington, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Mary Ann, wife of Thos. H. HARDENBERGH, Esq., aged 38.
	D	In Salisbury, on the 12th inst., of Typhoid Fever, the Rev. Sydney D. BUMPASS, of the NC Annual 
	Conference, aged about 40 years.  Also, on the 15th inst., Mr. Henry A. SMITH, aged 29 years 3 months
	 19 days.
	M	In Everettsville, Wayne Co, on Wed the 17th inst., by Rev. Dr. DRANE, Dr. Joel D. BATTLE to Miss 
	Harriet D. BUNTING.
	M	In Salisbury, on the 7th inst., by Rev. J. H. PARKER, Mr. J. M. COFFIN to Miss Laura C. HENDERSON.
	M	In Hillsborough on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Bennet T. BLAKE, Mr. Adohphus [sic] G. JONES of Wake, 
	to Miss Frances J. HOOKER, daughter of the late Nathan HOOKER, Esq.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 3d inst., by the Rev. John L. CLIFTON, Mr. Gabriel BARBARY to Miss Mary, 
	daughter of Mrs. Civil CRADDOCK, all of Sampson.
	M	In Wilmington on the evening of the 18th inst., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Dr. Jos. S. MILLER to Miss Ann 
	Empie WOOSTER.
30 Dec 1851
	D	Very old Negro woman belonging to Gen. WINSLOW burnt to death in this town on Sat morning last 
	when house burned.  Same morning insane Negro man belonging to Miss KING was found to have 
	hanged himself.
	D	At the residence of W. R. LEAK, near Wadesborough, on the 17th inst., of Erysipelas, Martin Crawford 
	RUSH, son of Wm. C. RUSH of Kemper Co, MS.  See correction 10 Feb 1852
	D	In Raleigh, on the 21st inst., Mrs. Della HAYWOOD, widow of Stephen HAYWOOD, deceased.  Also, on 
	the 19th inst., of consumption, Miss Josephine HUDSON, daughter of Mr. Robert HUDSON.
	D	Wadesborough Argus:  In this county near Lanesborough on Wed 17th inst., William HOLMES & Holden
	 HORNE instantly killed, several others badly injured by a falling tree at a chopping frolic at Thomas 
	DAVIS'.
	D	At Chapel Hill, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth NUNN, aged 92 years.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 24th inst., by Rev. R. T. HEFLIN, Mr. M. M. HANKINS to Miss Mary Ann RUGGLES.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 18th inst., by Rev. E. DAVID, Mr. Wm. M. BOSTICK, of Richmond Co, to Miss Emily 
	BENNETT of Anson.  Also, at the same time and place, by the same, Mr. Richard ALLEN to Miss Mary A.
	BENNETT, both of Anson.
01 Jan 1852
	D	In Johnston Co, on the 20th ult., Mrs. Lucy WOODALL, consort of the late Jacob WOODALL, deceased,
	 in the 86th year of her age.
	D	In Chowan Co, on the 22d ult, Joseph B. SKINNER, Esq., in the 71st year of his age; formerly 
	represented that county in the General Assembly.
	M	At Louisburg, on the 21st ult., by the Rev. Mr. FAUCETT, the Rev. Simeon COLTON, D.D., of 
	Summerville, to Mrs. Catharine E. FULLER, of Louisburg.
	M	On the 17th ult., at The Cottage, in Yadkin Co, by the Rev'd R. W. BARBER, C. L. GLENN, Esq., of 
	Rockingham Co, to Miss Ann S., daughter of Col. James R & Mrs. Susan DODGE, of Yadkin Ho.
06 Jan 1852
	D	In Moore Co, of Pneumonia, on the 25th ult, Mrs. Amelia PATTERSON, consort of Daniel PATTERSON, 
	at a very advanced age.
	D	Near Robeson Institute, on the 30th ult., after a severe illness of several months, Mrs. Fanny C. 
	McMILLAN, consort of A. S. McMILLAN, Esq.  Born Pitt Co, removed in her infancy with her father, Grey 
	COBB, to Sampson Co, then to Robeson, where at an early period of her life became a Baptist.  Left 
	husband, 2 sons who are students of above Institute.
	D	Washington Journal:  In this town, on the 31st ult., Rev. Jessee JENNETT, aged 84 years 11 months 19 
	days.  Minister of the Methodist Church about 60 years, and probably the oldest minister of that 
	denomination in the South.  MORE
	D	On the 1st inst., in Halifax Co, James MOORE, in the 87th year of his age.
	F	Saturday morning last about 1 am fire broke out in the Carriage Manufactory of Messrs. WHITE & 
	RABOTEAU on Person St, below Liberty Point; destroyed that building, Mr. A. McLAUCHLIN's blacksmith
	 shop, 3 large buildings, Mr. McKETHAN's lumber shed & Mr. SANDY's Carriage Trimming Shop.  Mr. 
	WHITFIELD's Carriage manufactory about 15 feet from one of the houses burn survived as did 
	dwellings of Mr. C. T. HAIGH & Mr. E. W. WILKINGS on Dick St.  MORE
	M	In this vicinity, on Thurs evening last, by the Rev. Jos. C. HUSKE, Mr. Thos. J. ROBINSON to Miss Sarah
	 S. HUSKE, daughter of the late John HUSKE.
	M	In this county on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. Neill CULBRETH of Robeson Co, to 
	Miss Margaret McNEILL.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 23d ult, Mr. Elias TEAL to Miss Susan RORIE, daughter of William RORIE.
	M	In Richmond Co, on the 31st ult., by Allen McCASKILL, Esq., Mr. Norman B. MORRISON to Miss 
	Catharine, daughter of the late Charles McKINNON, of said county.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 16th ult, by Rev. W. B. HOGSHEAD, Mr. Malcom KELLY to Miss Nancy McDONALD.
	M	In Newton Grove, Sampson Co, on the 27th ult., by G. H. DAUGHTRY, Mr. Jeremiah CAPS, formerly of 
	Wayne Co, to Miss Martha, only daughter of (Blacksmith) Burrell SIMONS, of Johnston Co.
	M	In Wake Co, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. Wm. T. BROOKS, Rev. J. C. AVERETT, of Pittsboro', to Miss 
	Helen A., youngest daughter or Rev. Thos. CROCKER, deceased.
08 Jan 1852
	D	In this town, on the 18th ult., after a short illness of 16 hours, Wm. James EVELYN, aged 11 years 9 
	months, youngest son of Edward & Mary EVELYN.
	M	In Orange Co, on the 25th ult., James F. HUGHES, Esq., to Miss Martha TINNIN, daughter of the late 
	David TINNIN, all of Orange.
	M	At the residence of Abel HURT, in Montgomery Co, on the 1st inst., by A. GRAHAM, Esq., Mr. Littleberry 
	HICKS to Miss Lunda HURT.
	M	In this place, on the 6th inst., by the Rev'd Adam GILCHRIST, Dr. John L. MEARES of Wilmington to 
	Miss BETSEY A. HOLMES, daughter of the late Owen HOLMES.
	M	In Guilford Co, on the 24th ult., by A. DILWORTH, Esq., Mr. Franklin D. LINDLEY, of Chatham, to Miss 
	Susan M. OWEN, daughter of Mr. Wm. OWEN.
12 Jan 1852
	D	In Johnston Co, on the 4th ult., Mrs. Sarah ADAMS, wife of Wm. H. ADAMS, aged 34 years.  Also, on the
	 15th, Mrs. Elea ADAMS, aged about 64 years, wife of the Rev. Jesse ADAMS.  Also, on the 24th, S. W. 
	B. ADAMS, aged about 38 years, son of Rev. Jesse ADAMS and Elea ADAMS.   Also, on the 20th, Rev. 
	Jesse ADAMS, aged about 60 years.  All died of pneumonia.
	D	At her residence in Moore Co, on the 5th inst., Mrs. Nancy PHILLIPS, consort of the much lamented 
	Rev. Eli PHILLIPS.  She has for 45 years been member of the Baptist Church; had 6 children who 
	preceded her to Heaven; left 9 to mourn; 1 in CA, 2 in MS.  MORE
	D	In New Haven CT on the 10th ult., after a long & painful illness, aged 65 years, Mrs. Julia, the relict of 
	the late William SCARBOROUGH, merchant of Savannah, formerly of Wilmington.
	M	In Statesville, on the 30th ult., by Rev. P. H. DALTON, Mr. Thos. H. McRORIE to Mrs. Sarah C. AYER.
	M	In this county, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. Neill CULBRETH of Robeson Co, to 
	Miss Margaret McNEILL.  Also, on the 2d by M. B. GILLIS, Esq., Mr. Archibald LINDSAY to Miss Ann, 
	third daughter of Mr. Duncan MORRISON, all of this county.
	M	In Lexington, on the 24th ult., by Rev. Jesse RANKIN, Mr. Jeremiah ADDERTON to Miss Virginia, 
	daughter of Andrew HUNT.
	M	On Little River, in this county, on Wed evening last, by the Rev. H. McALISTER, Mr. Jas. M. WRIGHT to 
	Miss Mary R. MURCHISON, daughter of Duncan MURCHISON, Esq.
	M	In Davidson Co, on the 21st ult, by S. HARGRAVE, Esq., Mr. George PITTS to Miss Mary, daughter of 
	John COX, Esq.
13 Jan 1852
	D	Professor Stuart, President of the Theological Seminary at Andover, died of Influenza on the 4th inst.
15 Jan 1852
	D	At Savannah, GA., on his way home from FL, on Thurs last, Dr. Hector McNEILL, lately of Clio SC; son 
	of Wm. McNEILL, Esq. of Robeson Co, NC.  Dr. McNEILL had gone to FL, accompanied by young wife 
	and brother, to stop the ravages of consumption.   Remains brought here Tues last to be buried among 
	kindred in Robeson Co.
	D	Suddenly, in Washington City, on Fri night last, of disease of the heart, Hon. Lemuel SAWYER, formerly 
	Representative in Congress, for nearly 20 years, from NC.
	D	In Smithfield, Johnston Co., on the 10th inst., Mrs. Julia A. TELFAIR, wife of Dr. A. F. TELFAIR, after a 
	severe illness of 4 days.
	D	On the 29th ult., at the former residence of Nathan MENDENHALL, dec'd, in Guilford Co, NC, his widow, 
	Phebe MENDENHALL, aged 68 years.
	D	On the 22d ult., of scarlet fever, James N. FULLER, of Yanceyville; a lawyer, young man with promise.
	M	At Eutaw, AL, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Charles STILLMAN, Hon. John McQUEEN, of SC, to Miss 
	Sarah E., daughter of Col. Joseph & Caroline PICKENS, of the former place.
	M	In Bladen Co, on the 1st inst., at 9 o'clock a.m. by Rev. H. B. JONES, J. D. RUSS, Esq., to Miss Eliza 
	CHRIFF, all of Bladen Co.
20 Jan 1852
	D	Of apoplexy, in Salisbury, on the 8th inst., Albert OVERMAN, in the 30th year of his age.
	D	In Lincoln Co., on the 17th ult., Michael REEP, a soldier of the Revolution, aged 92 years 10 months 12 
	days.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 15th inst., by D. W. JACKSON, Esq., Mr. John A. STRICKLAND to Miss Nancy 
	Jane JACKSON, youngest daughter of Irvin JACKSON, all of Sampson Co.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 14th inst., at Orange Street Baptist Church, by Rev. A. Paul REPITON, Mr. Edwin 
	AREY, of Fayetteville, and Miss Melvina, youngest daughter of the late Wm. C. WILLIAMS, Esq., of 
	Wilmington.
	M	At Belvidere, in Brunswick Co, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Mr. A. D. WADDELL, of 
	Chatham Co, to Miss Lucy SWANN, daughter of John SWANN, Esq.
	M	At Newberry, SC, on Thurs morning last, by the Rev. John J. BRANTLEY, Mr. Heman BRANTLEY to Miss
	 Sophia L. SMITH, of this town, daughter of the late David SMITH, Esq.
22 Jan 1852
	D	On the 10th inst., Mrs. Margaret M. CRAWFORD, wife of Maj. C. J. CRAWFORD, of Marion District, SC.
	D	In Raleigh, on Sun night last, Mr. Wm. C. STITH, Merchant.
	D	On the 16th inst., in Wilmington, Miss Catharine S. DUDLEY, daughter of the late Christopher DUDLEY.
	D	Near Salem on the 14th inst., Thomas C. ELLEGOOD, journeyman tailor and daguerroeotypist, 
	drowned after skating on unsound ice.  Stranger, said  to have been from Richmond VA neighborhood, 
	aged about 25 or 30.
	M	In Washington, NC, on the 15th inst., by Rev. Mr. GEER, Mr. Wm. B. GULICK, Editor of the Goldsboro' 
	Republican & Patriot, to Miss Lucy Blount, only daughter of Benjamin RUNYON, Esq.
	M	On the 15th inst., by James C. McKELLER, Esq., Mr. Alfred R. PITMAN to Miss Mary Catharine 
	McARTHUR, all of Robeson.
27 Jan 1852
	D	Wadesborough Argus:  Sun morning last at residence of Jacob BRIGMAN, David McINNIS shot in back 
	by mixed load of 40 shot; Jacob BRIGMAN taken up and committed to jail.
	D	In Hillsborough, at the residence of her son, D. D. PHILLIPS, Esq., on the 16th inst., Mrs. Mary A. 
	PHILLIPS, in the 64th year of her age.
	D	Near Fayetteville, on the 15th inst., Miss Margaret McMULLEN, aged about 60 years.
	D	Very suddenly, in Sampson Co, on the 14th inst., Archibald, youngest son of Blackman CRUMPLER, 
	Esq., in the 22d year of his age.
	D	In Duplin Co, on the 17th inst. Mr. Redmond L. STANLY, aged about 70 years; on board the privateer 
	Brig Snap Dragon, commanded by Cpt. Otway BURNS, at the time of her capture by the British during 
	the last war, and was confined in the Dartmoor prison-ship for 2 years.
	F	Wilmington Journal:  House of the late Mr. Redmond L. STANLY, whose death announced in this paper, 
	near Kenansville, in Duplin Co, took fire afternoon of Mon, the 19th inst., was entirely consumed.  
	M	At St. John's Church, in this town, on the 22d inst., by Rev. J. C. HUSKE, Mr. John EASTER, of 
	Baltimore, to Miss Mary A FITZHARRIS.
	M	Near Harrison Creek, Cumberland Co, on the 15th inst., by Arthur HORN, Esq., Mr. Henry Jas. WEST to 
	Miss Mary Jane WEST, daughter of Samuel WEST of Beaver Creek.
	M	In this county, on the 22d inst., by M. B. GILLIS, Esq., Mr. Archibald CAMPBELL to Miss Margaret BLUE.
29 Jan 1852
	F	Steam Saw Mill of Edward LEWIS, Esq., at Lumberton, destroyed by fire a few days ago; loss probably 
	$5000 to $10,000.  Supposed to have been fired by an incendiary.
	M	At Cane Creek Factory, by Nathan STOUT, Esq., Mr. Francis STOUT to Miss Mary E. PUGH, all of 
	Alamance Co.
	M	At the residence of Mrs. Frances PEMBERTON, on the 22d inst., by the Rev. A. RICHARDSON, Mr. 
	John C. McCAIN to Miss Eliza Jones ALLEN, all of Montgomery Co.
03 Feb 1852
	D	At Trenton, Jones Co, on the 10th ult., William HIGGINS, Esq., formerly a member of the Legislature, in 
	the 57th year of his age.
	D	At Belvoir, Caldwell, Co, on the 23d ult., Mrs. Susan A. MOTT, wife of the Rev. Thos. S. W. MOTT, in 
	the 41st year of her age.
	D	Recently, in Stanly Co, of protracted and pulmonary consumption, Mr. Dan'l CRUMP.
	D	On Sun, 17th inst., Negro belonging to Gen. James GILLESPIE of Marlborough District, SC, was 
	murdered by another Negro belonging to the same.
	F	Steam saw mill of John BLACKWELL, Esq., in Newbern, was destroyed by fire on the morning of the 
	21st ult.  Loss about $11,000 of which $3,000 were insured in the NC Mutual.
	M	In Columbus Co, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. Haynes LENNON, Mr. James HOBBS, of Bladen, to Miss 
	Mary J. BUTLER, of Columbus.
	M	In Bladen Co, on the 15th ult., by Neill KELLY, Esq., Mr. John H. BALLANTINE to Miss Mary McEWEN, 
	daughter Robt. McEWEN, Esq.  Also, on the 20th by John J. McMILLAN, Esq., Cpt. John W. SMITH to 
	Miss Martha A. LONG.  All of Bladen.
	M	On Wed the 7th ult., in Wake Co, by Wiley J. FULLER, Esq., Mr. Duncan JOHNSON, of Cumberland, to 
	Miss Nancy, third daughter of Zachariah WIMBERLY.
	M	In this county, on the 29th ult., by M. B. GILLIS, Esq., Mr. Daniel McNATT, of Robeson Co, to Miss 
	Caroline, daughter of Col. David GILLIS.
	M	In this county, on Carver's Creek, on the 20th [may be 29th] ult., by D. G. McRAE, Esq., Mr. Wm. 
	McFARLAND, of Columbia, PA, to Miss Julia Catharine KING.
	M	On the 20th ult., by the Rev. Colin SHAW, Mr. John Washington MONROE, of Bladen Co, to Miss 
	Catharine Ann COLLINS, of New Hanover.
05 Feb 1852
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Private BALSTER was preparing fireworks for celebrating Washington's' birthday 
	when explosion occurred in the laboratory of the US Arsenal in Charleston on Sat last.  BALSTER's 
	body found.  MORE.
	M	At the residence of Jeremiah REYNOLDS, in Montgomery Co, on the 27th ult., by N. KNIGHT, Esq., Cpt. 
	James JORDAN to Miss Deborah REYNOLDS.
10 Feb 1852
	D	In Wilmington, on the 6th inst., Mr. Joseph H. SINTAS, aged 53 years; native of Gibraltar, but for last 35 
	years resident of Wilmington; many years Vice Consul of Portugal.
	D	In announcement of the death of Martin Crawford RUSH in Observer 30 Dec., mistake in the name.  
	Should have been Mastin Crawford RUSH, son of Wm. C. RUSH, of Kemper Co, MS.  Died on the  
	morning of 16 Dec, at residence of W. R. LEAK; deceased a little turned 20 years of age, on a visit to 
	the old North State; Methodist.  MORE
	D	In Moore Co, on the 28th ult., David GRAHAM, an old & highly esteemed citizen.
	D	At New Orleans, Dr. W. P. HORT, Assayer of the US Mint at New Orleans, formerly of Wilmington, NC.
	D	In Moore Co, Miss Rebecca McINTOSH, daughter of Kenneth McINTOSH, aged about 35 years.  
	Member of the Presbyterian Church.  Also, on the 3d inst., Mrs. Margaret MURCHISON, consort of 
	Duncan MURCHISON, Sr., aged 83.  Regular member Presbyterian church for 60 years.  Also on the 
	4th, Miss Flora MURCHISON, daughter of the above, aged about 46.  They were buried on the 5th, side 
	by side.  Member Presbyterian Church.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Mr. Wm. H. McKOY, of Sampson Co, to Miss 
	Francenia E., daughter of Dr. Wm. A. BERRY, of Wilmington.
	M	In Mocksville, NC, on the 28th ult., by J. B. JONES, Esq., Dr. Ira B. FITZGERALD, of Waynesville, NC, to 
	Miss Elizabeth BEALL, daughter of Dr. B. L. BEALL, of Davidson Co.
	M	On the 29th ult., by T. M. MOORE, Esq., Mr. Alford M. PICKETT, of Chatham, to Miss Mellicent Jane 
	LEWELLEN, daughter of Mr. McLary LEWELLEN, of Randolph
12 Feb 1852
	D	On the 20th ult., at his residence in Forsyth Co, Mr. Daniel ORRELL, aged about 32 years.
	D	In Asheborough, on the 2d inst., of consumption, Eunice Louisa WORTH, aged 20 years.  MORE
	D	In this vicinity on Mon night last, Warren, son of Mr. Warren PRIOR, aged 11 years.
	M	In Wilmington, on Tues morning last, by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Mr. Robert K. BRYAN, of Fayetteville, 
	Editor of the North Carolinian, and Miss H. S. LOFTIN, of Wilmington.
17 Feb 1852
	M	In Moore Co, on the 27th ult., by Dr. John ESQR, John ESQR to Miss Frances SHORT.     Also, on the 
	1st inst., by Eli SMITH, Esq., William MORGAN to Miss Malinda SMITH.  Also, on the 5th, by Cornelius 
	DUNLAP, Esq., John McCASKILL to Mrs. Catharine McDONALD.  Also on the 12th by Wm. BARRETT., 
	Esq., Jerry BREWER to Miss Rhody FRY.  Also, on the 12th, Andrew KIMBREL to Miss Priscilla BARBER.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 12th inst., by Rev. R. T. HEFLIN, Owen FENNELL, Esq., High Sheriff of New 
	Hanover Co, to Miss Matilda A. VARNUM, of Wilmington.
19 Feb 1852
	D	In Pitt Co, on the 31st ult., Edward LAUGHINGHOUSE, Esq., aged 65.
	D	Model American Courier:  Died at Aberdeen, MS, Mrs. Jane Martin DALTON, wife of Dr. Robert H. 
	DALTON.  Daughter of Colonel HENDERSON, of NC.  Member Episcopal Church.  MORE
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. B. ALDERMAN, Mr. Thomas A. HOWARD to Miss Isabella, 
	second daughter of John C. Williams, Esq.
	M	At Rienzi, MS, on 9 Dec last, by the Rev. E. C. GILLENWATERS, Dr. John W. STEVENS to Miss Julia A. 
	PETTY, daughter of Rev. John T. PETTY, formerly of Moore Co, NC.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 10th inst., by D. W. JACKSON, Esq., Mr. William STRICKLAND to Miss Mary Ann 
	JACKSON.
24 Feb 1852
	D	At Little Rockfish, Cumberland Co, NC, on the 16th inst., Mr. Samuel B. SMITH, in the 61st year of his 
	age.
	D	In this county, at the residence of her father, on the 5th inst., Sarah C. BYRNE, in the 20th year of her 
	age.  Long & tedious illness for more than a year.  MORE
	D	In this town, on the 19th inst., David CARVER, Sr., at an advanced age.
	D	In Guilford Co, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Nancy GILLESPIE, widow of the late Robert GILLESPIE, and 
	daughter of Robert HANNER, in the 62d year of her age.
	M	At Hilton, Chatham Co, on the 1st inst., by Elias BRYANT, Esq., J. P. BATTERS to Miss Catharine 
	BRANTLEY.
	M	On Thurs evening the 12th inst., at the residence of John C. GRAHAM, Esq., by Rev. John MONROE, 
	Mr. Archibald McNeill to Miss Mary Ann McGUGAN, all of Richmond Co.
	M	At Orton, the residence of Dr. J. J. HILL, in Brunswick Co, on the 18th inst., by Rev. Mr. WIGHTMAN, of 
	Charleston, Mr. William F. FREEMAN, of Columbia, SC, to Miss Sallie John DAVIS, daughter of Mr. T. I. 
	DAVIS, of New Hanover.
	M	On Thurs evening the 5th inst., at the residence of Mrs. Mary Ann MALLOY, by the Rev. John 
	MONROE, Mr. Malcom McNEILL, to Miss Almenia McNEILL, daughter of Hector McNEILL, Esq., all of 
	Richmond Co.
	M	In Guilford Co, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Cyrus K. CALDWELL, Mr. Absalom SCALES, of Patrick Co,
	 VA, to Miss Nancy Caroline DONNELL, daughter of James DONNELL, decd.
26 Feb 1852
	D	In December last, Mr. Lewis TODD, aged about 90, the last Revolutionary soldier of Edgecombe Co.
	D	In Richmond Co, NC, on the 15th inst., after an illness of 12 years, in the 62d year of her age, Mrs. 
	Catharine, wife of Alex. MARTIN, Esq., an elder of the Presbyterian church at Mt. Carmel.  MORE
	D	In this county, on the 10th inst., Mr. Needham JACKSON, aged 65 years.
	D	In Edgecombe Co, on Thurs of last week, Mrs. Nancy JOHNSON, aged 107 years 30 days.  Retained 
	use of her faculties in a remarkable degree.
	D	Concord Mercury:  Murder committed in Union Co, this state, about 12 miles south of Monroe Mon 
	evening, 9th inst.  Half dozen men at house of Mrs. GARY who kept field groggery; fight took place 
	between her son & Joseph B. STARNES; young GARY received 5 wounds from knife & died next 
	morning about daylight.  STARNES now in jail along with man named HAYS who prevented separation of
	 GARY & STARNES.  Deceased volunteer in SC regiment.  MORE
02 Mar 1852
	D	Goldsboro Telegraph:  Mrs. Elizabeth COLLIER, widow of the late Probate COLLIER, Esq. on the 19th 
	ult., at the residence of her son-in-law, Willis HALL, Esq., in the 77th year of her age.  MORE
	D	In Wilmington, on the 28th ult., Mr. Horace G. WILLIAMS (of the firm of J. S. WILLIAMS & Brother), 
	formerly of Middletown, CT, aged 27 years.
	D	Near Smithfield, Johnston Co, on the 14th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth EVANS, aged about 60, relict of George 
	W. EVANS, formerly of Fayetteville.
	D	At his residence in Columbus Co, on the 16th ult., Mr. James BALDWIN, aged 82.
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Mon last before sunset as operatives on the Seaboard & Roanoke Railroad at 
	Weldon were raising a portion of the new bridge there, it fell, throwing 8 or 10 persons about 20 feet to 
	the ground.  Mr. WORRELL, an engineer hurt over the eye; Mr. BLANCHARD & 2 others dangerously 
	hurt and thought cannot recover; Mr. GRIMSLEY, formerly of this town, badly cut on chin + other 
	injuries; 1 man unnamed fell on face, knocking some teeth out.  MORE
	M	In New Hanover Co, on the 4th ult., by J. E. BUNTING, Esq., Col. Wm. S. LARKINS to Miss Margaret 
	VANN; all of that county.
	M	At Hoop Pole Academy, on the 22d ult., by Alexander BENTON, Esq., Mr. John THORNTON to Miss 
	Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Sion LEE, all of Sampson Co.
	M	In Sampson Co, on 31 Dec last by Alexander BENTON, Esq., Mr. Wm. BENNETT to Miss Elizabeth 
	REVEL, daughter of Benjamin REVEL.
04 Mar 1852
	D	In Duplin Co, on the 20th ult., Maj. George E HOUSTON, aged 80 years 3 months 15 days.  Has 
	children.  Member Presbyterian church 25 or 30 years.
09 Mar 1852
	D	In Moore Co, on the 20th last month, Gilbert McRAE, Esq., aged about 73 years.
	D	Mr. Frederick BOHNE, the principal barber at the Carolina Hotel, Wilmington, committed suicide by 
	shooting himself with a small pocket pistol on Fri last.
	D	In this town at 7 pm of the 2d inst., Mrs. Sarah EVANS, widow of the late Josiah EVANS, Sr., Esq., of this 
	county.  Nearly attained the 82d year of her life.  Many years a Baptist.  Protracted illness.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 9th ult., Mrs. Nancy SMITH, widow of the late Sam'l SMITH, in the 75th year of 
	her age.  Also, on the 21st ult., Mr. Malcom McMILLAN, a worthy citizen and a member of the 
	Presbyterian church, in the 80th year of his age.
	D	In Jackson Co, FL, on the 12th ult., John G. RUSS, in the 46th year of his age.  Born in Brunswick Co, 
	NC.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 25th ult., Charlotte HOWELL, wife of Shadrach HOWELL, Clerk of the County 
	Court of that county, in the 59th year of her age.  Member Methodist Episcopal Church for 37 years.  
	Wife and mother.  Daughter (unnamed) sick the night before.  MORE
	M	In this county, on the 26th ult., by William McMILLAN, Esq., Mr. Archibald BROWN to Miss Dolly 
	McDONALD, daughter of Mr. Arch'd McDONALD, decd.
11 Mar 1852
	D	In Kenansville, Duplin Co, on the 2d inst., Maj. Hampton SULLIVAN, in the 42d year of his age.  Native of
	 Robeson Co, bur for last 20 years a citizen of Duplin; represented the county in the State Legislature in
	 1838 and 1840; at time of death was Clerk of the Superior Court.
	D	In Duplin Co, on the 22d ult., Mr. James HOUSTON, aged 77 years.  A volunteer in the War of 1812, 
	and served as a Lieutenant.
	D	In Williamston, Martin Co, on the 15th ult., Wm. L. MIZELL, Esq., a member of the House of Commons of
	 the last General Assembly.
	D	Richmond Enquirer:  Samuel A. SMITH was shot dead in Amelia Co, VA, recently, by A. L. TUCKER.  
	SMITH opened his bosom and told him to shoot, and TUCKER complied.  Both sons of respectable 
	parents, but intemperate.
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 2d inst., by Rev. A. F. OLMSTED, Mr. Laurence J. HAUGHTON to Miss Martha A.
	 HARRIS, daughter of Brooks HARRIS, Esq.; all of Chatham.
16 Mar 1852
	D	At Laurel Hill, on the 10th inst., Mr. John R. BUIE, in the 59th year of his age after a severe illness of 
	three weeks.  Native of Cumberland Co.
	D	In Caddo Parish, LA, on the 9th ult., Mr. Edward ROBINSON, in the 43d year of his age, a native of 
	Cumberland Co.
	D	Near Hawkinsville, GA, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Sarah St. GEORGE, widow of Edward St. GEORGE, 
	deceased.  Mrs. St. GEORGE was the daughter of Wm. WHITFIELD, of Wayne Co, NC, where she was 
	born 15 Sep 1788, and where she was first married to Mr. Thomas COLLIER, formerly of Laurens Co., GA.
	D	In Newbern, on the 29th ult., Mrs. Mary T. ATTMORE, wife of Geo. S. ATTMORE, Esq., and daughter of 
	the late Isaac TAYLOR, Esq., in the 46th year of her age.
	D	In Jasper Co, MS, on the 16th ult., Dr. Arch'd McNAIR, late of Richmond Co, NC.
	D	At his residence in Rankin Co MS on the 12th ult., Calvin J. CARAWAY, a native of Anson Co, NC, aged 
	51 years 8 months 18 days.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 4th inst., by D. W. JACKSON, Esq., Mr. F. POPE to Miss Effy McKINNON, 
	youngest daughter of Hugh McKINNON; all of Sampson.
18 Mar 1852
	D	In Wilmington on the 14th inst., Mr. Owen H. RANKIN, aged 39 years.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 15th inst., by Rev. James M. SPRUNT, Mr. Samuel DAVIS to Miss R. H. WRIGHT.
23 Mar 1852
	D	At his residence near Laurel Hill in Richmond Co, NC, William McLEOD, Esq.  Longtime magistrate in his
	 county, represented county in State Legislature, about 35 years elder of the Presbyterian Church at 
	Laurel Hill.  MORE
	D	At Philadelphia, on the 15th inst., Mrs. Eliza KOHNE, aged 85, a very wealthy and benevolent lady of 
	Charleston, SC.
	D	In suburbs of Panama, of the fever of that country, on 2d inst., Joseph POTIET of McDowell Co, NC.  He
	 was on his way to CA.
	D	In Stanly Co, on the 14th inst., after a short illness, William J. TURNER, eldest son of Maj. Jas. S. 
	TURNER, in his 18th year.  MORE
	D	Col. Wm. S. KING, active business editor of the Charleston Courier died on Fri last, aged 50.  
	Connected with Courier as  compositor, foreman and editor for about 30 years.
	D	A farmer named John McINNIS in the western part of this county was killed by the fall of a dead tree on 
	the 12th inst.  Driving a horse with sister when felled.  Died next day.  Neither sister nor horse injured.  
	MORE
	D	At his residence near Averasborough, Cumberland Co, NC, in Sep 1848, Mr. William AVERA, Sr.  Also 
	at the same place, Nov 1848, Mrs. Edith AVERA, widow of the above named William AVERA.  Both at a 
	very advanced age.
	M	In Robeson Co, on Thurs, 11th inst., by Rev. Hector McNEILL, Mr. Alexander McNEILL to Miss Jane 
	STEWART.
	M	In Stanly Co on the 11th inst., by Rev. A. RICHARDSON, Mr. Alexander UNDERWOOD to Miss Elizabeth 
	LOCKE, daughter of Francis LOCKE, Esq.
25 Mar 1852
	D	In Lumpkin Co, GA, on the 6th inst., M. B. PATTON, formerly of Buncombe.
	D	In Anson Co, Mrs. Ann WILLIAMS, consort of Benj. T. WILLIAMS.
	F	Barn of Solomon MICKEY about 5 miles from Salem, NC, & the dwelling of Thomas SHAUB, in Davidson 
	Co, NC, were destroyed by fire a few days ago; the former by an incendiary, the latter by accident.
	M	In this county, on the 14th inst., by Willie S. RHODES, Esq., Mr. Henry BURNES to Miss Charlotte PATE, 
	of Wayne.
	M	On the 10th inst., by Rev. A. C. HARRIS, M. D., Mr. John W. BOOTH, to Miss Martha A. O. KITTRELL, all
	 of Granville.
	M	In Goldsboro' on the 11th inst., by Wm. K. LANE, Esq., Mr. E. B. WOOD to Miss Mary Ann ALBERTSON.
	  Also, on the 16th inst., by Rev. L. W. MARTIN, Dr. Marshall D. CRATON of SC to Miss Sallie H., 
	daughter of B. H. STANMIRE, Esq.
	M	In Wayne Co, on the 4th inst., by James HOOKS, Esq., Mr. John COLLIER to Miss Edney GRICE, all of 
	Wayne.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 4th inst., by D. W. JACKSON, Esq., Mr. F. POPE to Miss Effy McKINNON, 
	youngest daughter of Hugh McKINNON, all of Sampson.
	M	In Monroe NC on the 9th inst., by the Rev. W. C. PATTERSON, Mr. Evin A. LEMMONDS to Miss Elisa C. 
	CUTHERBERTSON
30 Mar 1852
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Brazzell BUTLER of Sampson Co committed suicide by hanging himself at his 
	residence between 12 and 2 o'clock a.m. on Mon morning last.  Highly respectable citizen.
	D	On Upper Little River, in this county, on the 23d inst., Mr. Hugh McLEAN, and old and highly respected 
	citizen, aged 81 years.
	M	At Myrtle Springs TX on the 22d Jan last, by the Rev. Thomas F. SELBY, Mr. James W. BATTLE, 
	formerly of Edgecombe, to Miss Diana FORT, daughter of Dr. J. W. FORT.
	M	At Richfork, Davidson, on Wed evening last by Jacob BERRIER, Esq., Mr. Noah C. JERREL to Miss 
	Mary D., youngest daughter of Eli HARRISS, Esq.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 24th inst., at the residence of Mrs. Mary B. SEAWELL, by the Rev. Wm. PHILLIPS, 
	Mr. Richard CHEEK to Miss Martha Jane SEAWELL.
	M	In Craven Co, near Newbern, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. J. M. C. BREAKER, William FOY, Esq., to 
	Miss Martha A., only daughter of Col. Sam'l HILL, all of that county.
01 Apr 1852
	D	In Chatham Co, on 21 Feb, Mrs. Miriam HUGES, wife of Jeremiah HUGES, in the 39th year of her age.
	D	At his residence in Richmond Co, on the 24th ult., Mr. Allen CAMPBELL, in the 80th year of his age.  
	Native of Isle of Skye, Scotland, immigrated to this county at the age of 14 years.
	D	In Moore Co, in Dec last, Mrs. Patsey ELLIS, wife of W. F. ELLIS, aged about 35.
06 Apr 1852
	D	In Anson on the 1st inst., Rev. Henry LEDBETTER.
	D	At his residence near Mt. Vernon Springs, Chatham Co, on Tues the 23d ult., Samuel DOWD, Esq., in 
	his 76th year, leaving a large connection; of disease of the lungs which had for more than 40 years; in 
	addition a deep cold.  Affectionate father.  Professor of religion over 50 years.  Baptist for 36 years.  
	MORE
	M	At the residence of Wm. HEADEN, Esq., in Chatham Co, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. Wm. P. TAYLOR, 
	Mr. Oscar E. HARRIS to Miss Agnes E. PEEBLES, of Davie Co, only daughter of the late Jehugh 
	PEEBLES.
	M	On the 30th ult., at Connaconerara, NC, the residence of Thomas P. DEVEREUX, Esq., by the Rev. 
	Drury LACY, Peter Augustus PORTER, Esq., of  Niagara Falls, NY to Mary Cabell, daughter of the late 
	John BRECKENRIDGE, D.D., of KY.  [her surname CABELL or BRECKENRIDGE?]
	M	In Salisbury, on the 31st ult, by Rev. John H. COFFMAN, Mr. Samuel R. HARRISON to Miss Mary, 
	daughter of Mr. Wm. MURPHY.
	M	At the residence of Col. John C. McLAURIN on the 30th ult., by the Rev. John MONROE, John FAIRLY, 
	Esq., to Mrs. Nancy McLAURIN, all of Richmond Co.
08 Apr 1852
	D	On the evening of the 2d inst., Mrs. Pamelia A. McNEILL, wife of William C. McNEILL of Robeson Co of 
	protracted disease.  Many years member M. E. Church.  MORE
13 Apr 1852
	D	At his residence near Wadesborough in Anson Co, on the 6th inst., Nevel BENNET, aged 52 years, 
	after some 20 days confinement, leaving wife and 12 children, very extensive connection.  True Whig, 
	firm primitive Baptist, rich.  LONG OBIT
	D	In this town, on the 2d inst., Mr. James HOLLINGSWORTH, aged about 81 [could be 51] years.
	D	At Carolina Female College on the 6th inst., Miss Martha LILLY.  Also on the 8th inst., Miss Mary 
	BEATTY.
	D	In Randolph Co, on the 24th ult., of consumption, Mrs. Katharine PAYNE, widow of Charles Payne, aged
	 about 38 years.
	D	In Guilford Co, Mar 31st Solomon ARMFIELD, aged about 50 years.
	D	Suddenly, at Cottage Grove, Richmond Co, on the 27th ult., Mrs. Effy G. McLEAN, wife of Mr. Simeon 
	McLEAN and daughter of Col. John BLUE, deceased, aged 24 years 3 months.  Leaves son about 2 
	years of age and another but a few hours.  Leaves husband, mother, sister, brother  LONG OBIT
	D	In Orange Co, on the 9th ult., Mr. Samuel WOODS, Sr., in the 83d year of his age.
	D	In Alamance Co, on the 30th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth ALBRIGHT, widow of Ludwick ALBRIGHT, aged 81 
	years 8 months.
	D	At his residence in Duplin Co, on the 24th ult., Joseph WHITFIELD, Esq., in the 59th year of his age.
	D	In Hartford CT, on the 26th ult., Mr. Wm. LATIMER, formerly of Wilmington, aged 47 years.
	D	In Aberdeen, MS, on the 25th ult., Louisa MOYE, daughter of Gen. Wyatt MOYE, late of Edgecombe.
	D	In Greensborough, on Tues last, of consumption, Margaret PRITCHETT, wife of John PRITCHETT.
	F	Dwelling & outhouses of Col. Henry R. AUSTIN, & dwelling of Mr. Robt. B. WAGGOMAN, at Mocksville, 
	NC, were destroyed by fire on the 3d inst.  Loss, exclusive of insurance, $2500 to $3000.
	M	In Montgomery Co on the 1st inst., by Rev. W. N. PEACOCK, Mr. Henry LEDBETTER to Miss Christian, 
	daughter of John McAULEY, Esq.
	M	At Greensborough on the evening of the 6th inst., by the Rev. President DEEMS, Rufus L. 
	PATTERSON, Esq., of Caldwell Co, to Miss Marie Louise, daughter of Gov. MOREHEAD.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 1st inst., Mr. J. C. GADDY to Miss Nancy RATCLIFF.
	M	In Charlotte, by Rev. H. H. DURANT, Rev. A. G. STACY to Miss Cornelia GILLESPIE.
	M	In Charleston, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Mr. BURNHAM, Mr. Charles YOUNG, of that city, to Mrs. 
	Anne K. SIMPSON, of Cumberland Co, NC.
15 Apr 1852
	D	Near Oxford, on the 3d inst., in the 22d year of her age, Miss Eliza V. TAYLOR, daughter of John C. 
	TAYLOR, Esq.
	M	In Wilmington, on Tues last, by the Rev. Mr. MURPHY, Mr. Arthur MORGAN, to Miss Louisa La MOTTE.
	M	On the 31st ult, at the residence of J. B. WILLIAMS, of Warren, by Rev R. O. BURTON, Mr. David 
	BINTON of Wake to Miss Mary B., daughter of the late Jonas CARR, of Edgecombe.
	M	In Marion District, SC, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Neill McDONALD, Mr. Paisley ALFORD of Robeson to
	 Miss Margaret McINNIS, elder daughter of Cpt. Daniel McINNIS, deceased.
	M	Near Troy, on the 6th inst., Mr. William H. McCHANICK to Miss Jane, daughter of Jacob LASSITER, 
	merchant.  See correction 27 Apr 1852.
	M	In Columbus Co, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. J. W. TUCKER, Allen INMAN, Esq., merchant of Whiteville, 
	to Miss Calistia BALDWIN.
	M	Near Stewartsville, Richmond Co, on the 30th ult., by Alex'r J. McQUEEN, Esq., Mr. Samuel McARTHUR 
	to Miss Mary McCOLL, daughter of Solomon McCOLL.
	M	At six o'clock, this morning, by the Rev. A. Gilchrist, Mr. William A. CARVER, to Miss Mary W. GEE, only 
	daughter of James R. GEE, Esq., of this place.
	M	At New Orleans, Mar 24th by the Rev. Mr. GOODRICH, Mr. James L. CASSIDEY, of Wilmington, to Mrs. 
	Caroline E. LOTT, of New Orleans.
	M	In Montgomery Co, on the 8th inst., by Oliver WILEY, Esq., Pilate FRY, Esq., to Miss Elizabeth, daughter
	 of Edward McCALLUM, deceased.
20 Apr 1852
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 5th inst., Mrs. Nancy CARLILE, consort of Mr. James CARLILE, in the 57th year 
	of her age.  For many years a Baptist.
	D	At Paducah, KY, on the 5th inst., Mrs. Caroline L. WATTS, aged 22 years, daughter of the late Robert 
	H. COWAN, Esq., of Wilmington, NC.
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 10th ult., very suddenly, after 3 day's illness, of paralysis of the brain, Mrs. 
	Margaret SIKES, consort of David SIKES, aged 59 years 8 months, leaving husband & 4 children.
	D	At Stonington CT on the 7th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, Dr. PALMER, Mrs. Martha 
	McNEILL, relict of the late Dr. McNEILL, formerly of NC, and mother of Gen. Wm. Gibbs McNEILL.
	M	At the Rowan House, in Salisbury, on Tues morning last, by the Rev. J. H. PARKER, Mr. John A. HOLT 
	of Lexington, to Miss Augusta, of the CARNEROSS Family.
	M	At Kendall, in Brunswick Co, the residence of Owen D. HOLMES, Esq., on Tues, the 13th inst., by the 
	Rev. Dr. DRANE, J. A. BROWN of MD, 1st Lieut. U. S. Army to Miss Mildred HOLMES, daughter of the 
	late Gabriel HOLMES, of Wilmington.
22 Apr 1852
	D	In New York on the 17th inst., Mr. Thos. B. LIPPITT, aged 52 years, formerly a merchant of this place; 
	consistent member Episcopal Church.
	D	In Selma, AL, on the 14th inst., Mr. William Tuton WADDILL, in the 32d year of his age; removed to AL 
	with his father, Col. W. WADDILL, and there held several offices of distinction; young lawyer.  MORE
	M	On Thurs evening last, by C. A. HARRISON, Esq., Mr. James A WARWICK to Miss Elizabeth S. HOUSE, 
	daughter of William HOUSE, all of Sampson Co.
27 Apr 1852
	D	In Wilmington, on Wed evening last, Mrs. Rebecca NUTT, wife of Mr. John NUTT, aged 39 years.
	D	At St. Mary's School, Raleigh, on the 18th inst., Mary Louisa GORDON, daughter of the late Benj. W. 
	GORDON, MD, of Perquimans Co, aged 13 years 3 months.
	M	Near Troy, NC, on the 6th inst., Mr. William HICKS to Miss Jane, daughter of Jacob LASSITER.  NOTE 
	Incorrectly printed in the Observer of 15 inst.
	M	At Raleigh, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. Drury LACY, Annie Forster HINTON, of that place, and John R.
	 S. BOND, of Cincinnati, OH.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 21st inst., by the Rev. Mr. HEFLIN, Col. John J. HEDRICK, to Miss S. E. BEERY, 
	daughter of Mr. Samuel BEERY.
29 Apr 1852
	D	In Moore Co, on the 11th inst., of chronic bronchitis, Mrs. Rosanna DALRYMPLE, in the 79th year of her
	 age.  Member Presbyterian Church many years.
	D	Wilmington Herald:  Tues last, 21st inst., James BLEEKMAN, of Columbus Co, was shot while standing 
	on the threshold of his door; died in a few hours.  Murderer still at large.  House of Wright DUNCAN fired
	 into; he and sister escaped.  Possibly different incidents.
	D	In Chapel Hill, on the 23d inst., Allen G. ROGERS, of Wake Co, in his 18th year.
	F	Tarboro' Southerner:  Saturday night, 17th inst., stables belonging to Mrs. Frances L. DANCEY took 
	fire, totally consumed, also a number of valuable horses & mules, carriage and buggy.  On Wednesday,
	 quantity of rosin valued at $800 belonging to Messrs. PITT & Son, consumed;  Both supposed to be 
	work of incendiary.
	F	Raleigh Register:  Large & elegant residence of L. O. B. BRANCH, Esq., on Hillsboro' St. in this city 
	entirely destroyed by fire Sunday morning last; also furniture, clothing, etc.  MORE
	M	In Richmond Co, on the 22d inst., by Alfred BALDWIN, Esq., Mr. David W. SADBERRY, of Fayetteville, 
	NC, to Miss Elizabeth J. WADE, of Richmond.
04 May 1852
	D	At Scotch Grove, in Richmond Co, NC, on 24 Apr, Mr. John McLEAN, aged 57 years.  Funeral next day. 
	 Native of Richmond Co but had resided for many years in SC.  Long obit
	M	On 26 Apr, at Woodbine, near Fayetteville, by the Rev. J. L. MICHAUX, Rev. C. F. HARRIS to Miss 
	Sarah E, daughter of Capt. Jos. S. DUNN.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 22d ult., by Tho. A. NORMENT, Esq., Mr. Henry T. POPE to Miss Harriet 
	MOORE.
	M	In Lumberton, on Sun evening, 25th ult., by Tho. A. NORMENT, Esq., Mr. Solomon CRUMP to Miss 
	Emily Caroline FREEMAN.
	M	On the 22d ult, by the Rev. Mr. JOHNSTON, in Alexandria, VA, Maj. James A. BLAKE, of Charlotte, NC, 
	to Sarah F. CONTEE, daughter of the late Gov. KENT, of MD.  [unsure if her surname Contee or Kent]
06 May 1852
	D	In Sarecta, Duplin Co, on the 29th ult., after a lingering illness of 12 months, Ann Jane, wife of A. 
	KORNEGAY, Esq., of that place, aged 37 years 6 months 12 days.
	D	In Livingston, AL, on the 23d ult., after a short illness, Mrs. Ann MURLEY, consort of Stephen W. 
	MURLEY, and daughter of Asa BEBEE, Esq., formerly of Fayetteville, NC, aged 38 years.
	D	In Moore Co, suddenly, on the 26th ult., of fever & vomiting, Angus McDONALD, son of Neill 
	McDONALD, aged about 4 years.
	D	At Sidney, MS, on the 2d ult., Council R. WRIGHT, Esq., youngest son of the late Col. Thomas WRIGHT 
	of Duplin Co, NC, aged about 37 years.
11 May 1852
	D	In Choctaw Co, MS, on the 6th ult., of dyspepsia, in the 19th year of her age, Mary Ann COVINGTON, 
	wife of Elijah COVINGTON, formerly of Anson Co, NC, and daughter of Davis KINDRED, also late of 
	Anson.
	D	In Washington City, on Thurs last, Matthew St. Clair CLARKE, Esq., formerly Clerk of the House of 
	Representatives, aged 62.
	D	In Statesville, on the 29th ult., at the residence of her son, Hon. J. P. CALDWELL, Mrs. Ruth 
	CALDWELL, aged 83 years.
	M	On the 29th ult., by the Rev. Joel WEEMS, Cpt. Wm. E. KIRKPATRICK of Floyd Co, GA, to Miss Sarah 
	Jane RABURN of Cherokee Co, AL.
	M	In Cumberland, Rockfish District, on 13th ult., by Wm. McMILLAN, Esq., Mr. Mills HOWELL of Columbus 
	Co, to Miss Lucy, daughter of Mr. Thos. MEMORY.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 15th ult, Mr. James A. WARRICK to Miss Betsey S. HOUSE.
	M	At Floyd's Fork, Jefferson Co, KY, on the 15th by the Rev. Mr. CUNNINGHAM, Mr. Thos. STAFFORD, 
	77, md Polly GOBEN, 19; groom weighs 300 pounds & is so fast as scarcely can walk.  MORE
13 May 1852
	D	In Onslow Co, on the 3d inst., after several years' illness of consumption, Mrs. Mary HUGGINS, wife of 
	Owen HUGGINS, Esq., aged 33 years 5 months 15 days.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 10th ult., Mr. Joshua ADCOCK, a Revolutionary soldier, in the 98th year of his 
	age.
	M	On Tues, 11th inst., by Rev. J. H. WHEELER, Mr. J. H. ROBERTS of the firm of CARROLL & ROBERTS, 
	Clinton, to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of the late Constant JOHNSON.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 6th inst., by R. W. GOLDSTON, Esq., Mr. Elisha R. HARRINGTON to Miss Elizabeth 
	Ann ALSTON, daughter of the late George ALSTON.
	M	In Trenton, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Wm. N. HAWKS, John N. HYMAN, Esq., to Miss Mariana, 
	daughter of the late William HUGGINS, of Jones.
18 May 1852
	D	Letter dated 8 May 1852:  Philip K. ALSTON died at his residence in Chatham very suddenly last Fri 
	night, aged 41.  Long letter.
	M	In Richmond Co, on the 2d inst., by T. BOSTICK, Esq., Mr. Wm. HASTY to Miss Nancy WRIGHT, all of 
	Richmond.
	M	On the 4th inst., near Mocksville, by Rev. P. H. DALTON, Dr. Wm. C. BROWN of Caswell Co to Miss Ann
	 P. CARTER of Davie.
	M	In Marion AL, on 28 Apr, by Rev. James H. DeVOTIE, Rev. Basil MANLY, Jr., Pastor of First Baptist 
	Church of Richmond, VA, to Mrs. Charlotte E. SMITH, of the former place.
	M	In Wake Co, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. T. G. WHITAKER, Mr. Wm. H. POPE to Miss Harriet N. 
	STEPHENSON.
20 May 1852
	D	In Robeson Co, on Sat last, Mrs. Amanda LOVE, consort of Daniel LOVE.
	D	Near Lumberton, on the 16th inst., Mrs. Mary BAKER, relict of the late Hector BAKER, aged about 86 
	years.  Native of Scotland, but resided Robeson Co many years.  Long time Presbyterian.  MORE
	M	At the residence of Jos. H. POOL, Esq., in Pasquotank Co, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. E. M. FORBES, 
	Mr. John MOORE, of LA, to Miss Mary Virginia PROCTER of Elizabeth City.
	M	On upper Little River, on the 13th inst., Mr. Edmund O. QUIRE to Miss Mercer, daughter of Bryant 
	MESSER, Esq.
25 May 1852
	D	In this county, on the 3d inst., Timothy SPENCE, Esq., aged 81 years.
	D	In this vicinity on Sun evening last, Mr. James GIBSON.
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 16th inst., Mrs. Jane HINES, wife of Joel HINES, aged about 50 years.  Also, on 
	the 17th, Mr. James BENNETT, aged about 75 or 80 years.
	M	In Charlotte on the morning of the 13th inst., by the Rev. Cyrus JOHNSON, Col. John SLOAN, of 
	Greensborough, to Miss Lizzie P., daughter of the late John D. GRAHAM, of Lincoln Co.
27 May 1852
	D	At Prattville, AL, on 11 May, Mrs. Jane S. BUIE, wife of Rev. John BUIE, formerly of Cumberland Co, NC, 
	aged about 40 years.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth A. BROOKS, consort of William R. BROOKS, after an 
	illness of 8 days, aged 29 years, leaving behind devoted mother, husband & 5 children.  Long member 
	of Methodist Episcopal Church.  Long obit
	D	In Raleigh, on Thurs last, Mrs. BRICKELL, one of the oldest and most respected ladies of Raleigh.
	D	In Raleigh, on Sat last, Major O. A. BUCK, several years a resident of Raleigh, but more recently of 
	Washington City.
	D	At Rochella, Cumberland County, on the 11th inst., aged six weeks, Philemon Hawkins, infant of Rev. D. 
	S. & Lucy M. WILLIAMS.
01 Jun 1852
	D	Charleston Mercury.  Mrs. QUIN, respectable woman living at No. 11 Elliot St, came to her death on Sat 
	night by the careless handling of Spirit gas.  A servant was filling the lamp from a can when fluid caught 
	fire.  Mrs. QUIN attempted to put it out by stamping on it, dress caught fire, and she was dreadfully 
	burned.  After 12 hours of suffering she expired yesterday morning.
	D	In Moore Co, on 10 May, Elisha DALRYMPLE, infant son of John & Flora DALRYMPLE.
	D	In this vicinity on Sun last, Mr. Lewis DAVIS, aged 75 years.
	D	In this town, on the morning of the 31st inst., Selina, infant daughter of Sebastian and Emeline AREY, 
	aged 16 months and 29 days.
	D	At his residence in Bladen Co, on the 25th inst., George DANIEL, Esq., in the 51st year of his age.  
	M	In Charlotte, on Tues morning, the 18th inst., E. N. HUTCHINSON, M.D. to Miss Mary A., daughter of 
	David PARKS, Esq., all of that place.
	M	Near Wadesborough, on 27 May, by the Rev. A. B. SMITH, John P. LITTLE, Esq., of Richmond Co, to 
	Miss Fanie, daughter of A. MYERS, Esq.
	M	On the 20th ult., by Rev. E. COLE, Mr. Wm. M. PICKETT, of Anson, to Miss Roxanna C., daughter of 
	Gen. L. D. ALEXANDER, of Randolph.
03 Jun 1852
	D	At the White Sulphur Springs, in Buncombe Co, NC, on the 23d ult., Col. Reuben DEAVER, proprietor of
	 that establishment, aged 42.
	M	On Tues Evening last, by the Rev J. C. HUSKE, Mr. A. D. CAZAUX, of Wilmington to Miss Sarah W. 
	MULLINS, daughter of the late John MULLIINS of this place.
08 Jun 1852
	D	At the residence of his son, Wm. J. LEDBETTER, in Anson Co, Rev. Henry LEDBETTER on the 1st ult. 
	In 83d year.  Age of 13, he joined the M. E. Church
	D	In Graham, on the 30th ult., Mrs. Julia M. LANCASTER, wife of James W. LANCASTER, Esq., and 
	daughter of the late John SCOTT, Esq., of Hillsborough, in the 30th year of her age.
	D	Wilmington Journal:  On the 27th ult., Mr. James McLEMAY, acting as overseer for Mr. Abraham HOBBS
	 of Sampson Co, was struck by lightning while ploughing in the field & instantly killed.  Leaves wife and 
	one child.  MORE
	M	In this county, on Thurs evening last by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Dr. Christopher G. McGREGOR, of 
	Barbour Co, AL to Miss William Ann, youngest daughter of William WILKINSON, deceased.
10 Jun 1852
	D	In Mecklenburg on the 27th ult., of bilious colic, Dr. William L. TORRENCE, aged about 30 years.
	M	At Morganton, NC, by the Rev. Mr. SHEATS, Victor C. BARRINGER, Esq., of Charlotte, to Miss Maria A. 
	MASSEY, of Morganton.
15 Jun 1852
	D	At her residence near Lumber Bridge, Robeson Co, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Nancy JOHNSON, in the 77th 
	year of her age.
17 Jun 1852
	D	At Raleigh, on the 12th inst., Dr. Josiah O. WATSON, aged 68 years.
	D	At his residence near Black River in this county, on the 8th inst., Mr. Calton HALL, aged about 48 years.
	M	In Sampson Co, on Sun, the 13th inst., by D. W. JACKSON, Esq., Mr. Wm. BEDSOLE to Mrs. Jenny 
	TEW - all of Sampson.
22 Jun 1852
	D	Charleston Mercury:  Coroner's jury summoned yesterday to hold inquest on body of Mr. Robert 
	LECKIE, Umbrella Manufacturer, 179 King St; verdict rendered death caused by wound from pistol ball 
	fired by Mr. J. Augustus HALL, of this city.  Duel.  HALL has surrendered to police.  MORE
	D	In Stanly Co, on the 3d inst., Mr. Benjamin LILLY, of palsy, aged about 65 years.
	D	In this county, on the 6th inst., Darathy D. KING, wife of G. T. KING and daughter of Stephen and 
	Isabella SLOCUMB, of Sampson Co.  Afflicted for about 6 months.  Leaves husband & 4 children.  
	Member Methodist Church last 8 years.
	D	Wadesboro' Argus:  Returning home from Carolina Female College in company with her uncle & 
	another young lady, Miss Martha J. GODBOLD, of Marion District SC, came to her death; going down a 
	hill the horses in the carriage became frightened and ran away; the gentleman thrown out between the 
	horses; Miss GODBOLD supposedly got up to jump, but carriage ran over a log and threw her out.  
	Skull fractured.  Accident happened about 11 a.m., and she expired about 5 pm.  Others not seriously 
	injured.  MORE
	M	On the 10th inst., by the Rev. Mr. DuPREE, Mr. Wm. A. PERVIS, of Cheraw, and Miss Sarah Jane 
	GRAVES of Chesterfield District.
	M	At Darlington C. H., SC, on the 7th inst, by Rev. Mr. WINGATE, Mr. Wyatt FARRINGTON, of Salisbury, 
	NC, and Miss Sarah Ann, daughter of Col. John SPARROW, of Darlington District.
	M	At Carolina Female College on the evening of the 15th inst., by the Rev. President WALSH, Mr. Dudley 
	MASK, and Miss Mary P., daughter of Dr. Christopher WATKINS.
24 Jun 1852
	D	At his residence, in this vicinity, on Wed afternoon the 23d inst., Harvey LEETE, Esq., aged 55 years; 
	native of CT but nearly half his life was spent in this community.  Early after came to south, married; wife
	 survives.   Many years a ruling elder Presbyterian Church in Fayetteville.  Funeral to take place from 
	the Presbyterian Church this afternoon at 5 pm.  Long obit
	D	In Raleigh on Sun evening last of congestion of the bowles, Mrs. Ann Augusta HOLDEN, wife of William 
	W. HOLDEN, Esq., Editor of the NC Standard, in the 34th year of her age.
	D	Goldsboro' Republican:  An individual named WEEKS of Sampson Co died on the 9th inst. from a 
	wound inflicted Mon the 7th by David BARFIELD of this county who is believed to have fled the state.
29 Jun 1852
	D	In Rockingham Co, on the 22d inst., Reuben REID, aged about 68 years - father of the present 
	Governor of the state.
	D	Goldsborough Patriot:  Hon. Wm. B. SHEPARD died at his residence in Elizabeth City on Sun evening 
	last in the 53d year of his age.
	D	In Moore Co, on the 16th inst., Mrs. Isabella TURNER, consort of Malcom TURNER, in the 68th year of 
	her age.
	D	Near Carthage, in Moore Co, on the 23d inst., Miss Mary Jane COLE, in her 19th year, daughter of 
	William and Elizabeth COLE.  For 2 years consistent member Methodist Episcopal Church.  Long Obit.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 23d ult., Ira WEST, in the 31st year of his age.
	D	In Wilmington, on Thurs last, Cameron ANDERSON, Esq., Purser in the Navy, in the 28th year of his 
	age.  Native of this state, son of Walker ANDERSON, Esq., now of FL.
	D	In Pittsborough, on the 6th inst., Mrs. Louisa A. RIDDLE, wife of S. L. RIDDLE and daughter of Wm. H. 
	DRAKE, Esq., in the 26th year of her age.
	D	Tribute of Respect at meeting 18 Jun of members or Archdale Division, Sons of Temperance:  In 
	memory of beloved brother Calton HALL, departed this life 10 Jun, in 42d year of his life.  Husband & 
	father.  Long article.
	M	On the 23d inst., at St. Paul's Church, Robeson Co, by the Rev. Wm. H. WILLIS, Mr. Eli N. MOFFITT, 
	Merchant of Randolph Co, to Miss Caroline M. COUNCIL of Robeson Co.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 24th inst., by the Rev. John MONROE, Mr. Hecter J. McLEAN, Merchant near 
	Alfordsville, to Miss Isabella WALKER, daughter of John WALKER, near Floral College.
01 Jul 1852
	D	In Cahawba AL, on the 15th ult., Mrs. Anne A. HUNTER, aged about 27 years, wife of Wm. HUNTER, 
	Esq., and daughter of the late Alex'r TROY, Esq., of Oxmoore, NC.
	M	In this county, on Tues evening last, by the Rev. Hector McALLISTER, Mr. John R. MURCHISON to Miss 
	Jane E. WILLIAMS, eldest daughter of Joel WILLIAMS, Esq., all of this county.
	M	In this vicinity, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. D. JOHNSON, Dr. K. A. BLACK to Miss Mary Ann, daughter 
	of John CROW, Esq., merchant of this place.
	M	In Hillsborough, on the 22d ult., by the Rev. Mr. FROST, Mr. William M. CARRIGAN of Alamance Co, to 
	Miss Ann E. MOORE, eldest daughter of Stephen MOORE, Esq.
	M	In Duplin Co, on 27 May, by the Rev. Jas. M. SPRUNT, Mr. James B. CARR to Miss Sarah A., daughter 
	of the late Hugh PEARSALL, deceased.
06 Jul 1852
	D	In Hillsborough, on the 23d ult., Mrs. Anna Alvis WEBB, consort of Dr. James EBB, in the 68th year of 
	her age.  Also, on the 28th, Mrs. Nancy C. WATSON, wife of Mr. James S. WATSON & daughter of Mr. 
	John NEELY, in the 32d year of her age.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 22d ult., Mrs. Sally SILER, wife of Crabtree SILER, in the 37th year of her age, 
	leaving husband & 2 infant children.  MORE
	D	In this county, on the 26th ult., Mrs. Catharine MURCHISON, widow of the late Kenneth MURCHISON, in 
	the 92d year of her age.
	M	On the 2d ult., at Elkville, by the Rev. Jas. PURVIS, Dr. G. N. CARTER, of Hamptonville, to Miss Juliette 
	J. JONES, youngest daughter of Col. Catlet JONES.
	M	On the 29th ult., at Prospect Hill, Bladen Co, NC, by the Rev. William BROBSTON, Mr. Hugh C. 
	McCALLUM of Robeson to Miss Mary L. SHIPMAN, eldest daughter of Hays F. SHIPMAN, Esq., late of 
	Bladen Co.
08 Jul 1852
	D	In Goldsboro', Wayne Co, NC, on the 4th inst., after a lingering illness, James GRISWOLD, Esq., 
	proprietor of the Rail Road Hotel at Goldsboro', in the 61st year of his age.
	D	Negro man named HARDY, belonging to Robert P. ALSTON, Esq., of Chatham Co, fell from the steamer
	 Rowan, at White Hall Landing & was drowned.  MORE
	D	We learn that the blow with an axe by which David BARFIELD of Wayne Co lately killed Benjamin 
	WEEKS in Sampson Co was aimed at another man with whom BARFIELD had a fight.  BARFIELD not 
	arrested.  MORE
13 Jul 1852
	D	At Cheraw, SC, on the 4th inst., Lawrence PRINCE, Esq., one of the oldest & most esteemed citizens of 
	that town.
	D	In this town, on Sun morning last, Mr. John WILKINSON, aged 25.  Funeral will take place this afternoon 
	at 5 o'clock.
	D	In Cumberland Co, Mrs. Sarah BRYANT, wife of B. H. BRYANT, in the 32d year of her age.  Leaves 
	husband and 2 children.
	D	Near the Mineral Spring in Moore Co, on the 23d ult., from congestion of the brain, Mrs. Mary CLARK, 
	relict of Malcom CLARK, dec'd, in the 68th year of her age.  Long member Presbyterian Church.  Long 
	obit.
	M	In Washington, NC, on the 8th inst., Mr. Wm. S. GRIST to Miss Emily, daughter of Dr. NORCOM.
	15 Jul 1852
	D	On Tues last in Robeson Co, Mr. Gray COBB & his son, a youth about 14 years of age, & a Negro boy, 
	were in a field ploughing when a thunderstorm came up; the 2 farmers took shelter under an apple tree,
	 the Negro went into the barn.  Tree struck by lightning; Mr. COBB severely stunned, son and 2 horses 
	killed.
	D	In this vicinity on Mon the 12th inst., Emma, infant child of Mr. Edwin GLOVER, aged 11 months.
	D	In Brook Haven, MS, on the 12th ult., of pneumonia, Mr. Edward Burk WADDILL, late of this town.
20 Jul 1852
	D	In this place, on the 13th, Thomas Oxford, son of Mr. T. O. SMITH, aged 14 months.
	D	In this vicinity, on the 1st inst., Mr. Jas. Lawrence CORLESS, in the 27th year of  his age.
	D	In this place, on the 15th inst., George, son of Jesse & Eliza PARKS.
	D	In Richmond Co, on the 6th inst., after a protracted illness of consumption, Silas JONES, Esq., aged 65 
	years 7 months 17 days.
	D	In Hookerton, Greene Co, on 30 Jun, Mrs. Eliza Jane HOOKER, wife of Dr. Roscue HOOKER, aged 18 
	years 3 months, 7 days.
	D	Gen. Roger JONES, a distinguished officer of the army, died at Washington City on Thurs last.
	M	In Fayetteville on Thurs evening last by Rev. C. F. HARRIS, Mr. John REGISTER to Miss Susannah 
	DAVIS.
22 Jul 1852
	D	Near Mount Gilead, Montgomery Co, on the 9th inst., after a lingering illness of 5 weeks, Mrs. Lucy 
	ROBINSON, wife of A. T. ROBINSON & daughter of John CONOR, of Charleston, aged 28 years.  
	Leaves husband, 2 small children.
	D	Lt. Col. CRAIG, US Army, 3d Infantry, (not Col. CRAIG of the Ordnance who is known to many here) was
	 murdered by two deserters from the army on the 6th ult., in the desert between the Colorado & the 
	Pacific.  Capt. SWARTWOUT, of the Army, died suddenly at Fort Mead, FL, recently.
	D	In this vicinity last night, Edwin W., infant son of A. W. & H. J. STEEL, aged 1 year 8 months.
	D	At the NC Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, of typhoid fever, in the 29th year of his age, 
	Mr. Whiston SOFLEY, of Stanley Co, one of the pupils in the Deaf and Dumb Department of that 
	institution.
	D	In the vicinity of Hillsborough, on the 8th inst., Miss Cornelia HOOKER, daughter of the late Nathan 
	HOOKER, Esq., aged about 16.
	D	In Richmond Co, on the 17th ult., in the 88th year of her age, Mrs. Catharine NICHOLSON, a native of 
	Scotland, but for nearly 50 years resident of Richmond Co.
	D	At Nag's Head, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth BENBURY, wife of Mr. Thos. BENBURY of Chowan Co, in 
	her 53d year.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 18th int., Mrs. Leonora Ann SELLERS, wife of Mr. Richard L. SELLARS, in the 
	18th year of her age.
	D	Mr. Philemon H. HAYWOOD, of Raleigh, NC, was one of the many who died of Cholera on board the 
	steamship Philadelphia, of which he was an officer.
27 Jul 1852
	D	At his residence in Robeson Co, on the 19th inst., Hector CURRIE, Esq., in the 47th year of his age.  
	Many years Justice of the Peace in Robeson; husband and parent.  MORE
	D	In Guilford Co, on the 8th inst., in the 83d year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth ALLISON, widow of Sam'l 
	ALLISON, dec'd, and second daughter of Col. Arthur FORBIS, who was killed in the Guilford battle.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 8th inst., Miss Dolly HEADIN, aged 46 years.
	D	In Stanly Co, on 25 Jun, Mr. Thomas F. CHAMBERS, in the 27th year of his age.
	D	In Moore Co, on the 10th inst., Mr. Angus McKINNON, native of the Isle of Skye, Scotland, aged about 
	71 years.  MORE
	M	In Anson Co, on the 14th inst., by Rev. Mr. GREEMAN, Mr. Thomas W. STEELE, of Richmond Co, and 
	Miss Bettie, daughter of George W. LITTLE, Esq.
	M	In St. Bartholomew's Church, Pittsborough, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. Mr. OLMSTED, Mr. Henry 
	WEBER to Miss Margaret I. WALKER, daughter of Carleton WALKER, dec'd.
29 Jul 1852
	D	In this town, on the 27th, Catharine, infant daughter of J. & Amanda UTLEY, aged 7 months 20 days.
	D	In this vicinity on Tues morning last, after a lingering illness of many years, Mrs. Mary CROW, wife of 
	John CROW, Esq., in the 52d year of her age.
	D	Of Consumption, at Kenansville, Duplin Co, on the 23d inst., Mrs. Caroline S. MASSALON, aged 36 
	years, consort of Mr. James MASSALON.
	M	Near Decatur, AL, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. B. H. HUBBARD, D. D., Mr. Francis M. DAVIS, formerly of
	 Robeson Co, NC, to Miss Cecilia, daughter of the late Col. James FENNEL.
	M	In Randolph Co, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. Zachery WHITE, Mr. Joshua EDWARDS to Miss Mary 
	JOHNSON.
	M	In Anson Co, on Thurs evening last, Mr. Marshall POLK & Miss Mary, daughter of Major James 
	BOGGAN.
03 Aug 1852
	D	At the residence of her son, Archibald RAY, in this county, on 24 Jul, Mrs. Sarah, relict of the late Angus
	 RAY, aged 92.  Born in Jura, Scotland, emigrated to this country 1818.  Member Presbyterian Church 
	for many years.
	D	In Graham, Alamance Co, on the 1st inst. (or 21st inst.), Mr. Wm. A. NELSON, in the 34th year of his 
	age, after an illness of 9 or 10 days.  Leaves wife & 3 small children.
	M	In Moore Co, on 25 Jul, by Wm. BARRETT, Esq., Mr. Duncan McINNIS, to Miss Martha McCASKILL, all of
	 Moore.
05 Aug 1852
	D	At Little Rockfish, in this county, on the 27th ult., Miss Mary Ann MONROE, aged about 28 years, eldest 
	daughter of Jno. & Margaret MONROE.
	D	At Floral College, NC, on the 3d inst., Maria Henrietta, youngest daughter of Mr. Peter and Mrs. Maria 
	McEACHIN, aged 1 year 10 months 25 days.
	D	In Charlotte, on the 21st ult., Philo P. HENDERSON, Esq., in the 27th year of his age, leaving a father, 
	mother, numerous relatives and friends
	D	At the Red Sulphur Springs, VA, on the 24th ult., in the 25th year of her age, Mrs. Mary S., wife of Mr. 
	Donald McRAE, and daughter of Mr. T. SAVAGE, of Wilmington
	M	On Thurs, the 29th ult., by the Rev. Elias DAVIS, Rev. Sam'l W. BAXLEY to Miss Martha Ann BAXLEY, 
	all of Robeson.
	M	At Kenansville, Duplin Co, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Dr. A. D. MOORE to Miss Martha 
	SULLIVAN.
10 Aug 1852
	D	Near Wadesborough, on the 2d inst., very suddenly, Daniel McIVER.
	D	In Hillsborough, on the 27th inst., Mr. Henry FAUCETT, son of Mr. John A. FAUCETT, deceased, in the 
	26th year of his age.  A volunteer in the NC Regiment raised for service in the late war with Mexico.
	D	In Wilmington, on the night of the 5th inst., Mr. Charles B. MORRIS, aged 67 years.
	D	In this town, on the 27th ult., Henry B., infant son of J. W. & E. W. L. EMMITT, aged 10 months 19 days.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 6th inst., after a lingering illness, Mr. James BURCH, aged 42 years.
	D	In Jonesville, Surry Co, on the 16th ult., Nathan D. HUNT, in the 42d year of his age, leaving wife, 4 little 
	children.
	D	In Cheraw, SC, Mrs. Julia M., wife of J. B. WOLLARD, aged about 49 years.  Joined M. E. Church in 
	1826 in Fayetteville, NC.
12 Aug 1852
	D	In Chatham Co, on the morning of 16 Jun, ult., Dr. Isaac B. HEADEN, in the 34th year of his age, leaving
	 an afflicted widow with large circle of friends.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 3d inst., in the 45th year of her age, Mrs. Martha Ann JOHNSON, wife of 
	Dempsey JOHNSON, Esq.  Leaves husband, children.  Long Obit.
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 4th inst., of consumption, Mr. Wiley MOLLEY, in the 21st year of his age.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 8th inst., by D. W. JACKSON, Esq., Mr. John N. JACKSON to Miss Elvey 
	STRICKLAND.
	M	In Charleston, on Tues, 3d Aug, at St. Paul's Church, by Rev. Dr. HANCKELL, Lt. John N. MAFFIT, of 
	the US Navy, to Mrs. Caroline Laurens READ
17 Aug 1852
	D	In Randolph Co, on the 5th ult., after an illness of 12 days, Leonidas A., youngest son of Lewis 
	LUTTERLOH, Esq.
	D	Greensboro' Patriot:  Mon last, about 5 or 6 miles south of this place, David PATTERSON's threshing 
	machine burst while in full headway; fragment struck his son Isaac in the mouth; ever been out of his 
	senses, & no hope entertained of his recovery.  MORE
	D	In Wilmington, on the 9th inst., Sarah Caroline, daughter of E. J. & Sarah A. LUTTERLOH, aged 4 years 
	5 months.
	D	In Nancoochee Valley, Habersham Co, GA, 26 Jun, Daniel BROWN, in the 88th year of his age.  He was 
	born in Randolph Co, NC.
	M	In Sampson Co, by Alex. BENTON, Esq., Mr. Blaney FIELDS, of Johnston, to Miss Elizabeth PARKER, 
	daughter of Bryan PARKER, of Sampson.
	M	On the 5th inst., by Rev. A. Paul REPITON, Mr. Henry Clay HEWLETT to Miss Henrietta HUHN, all of New
	 Hanover.
19 Aug 1852
	D	No deaths or marriages reported.
24 Aug 1852
	D	In Sampson Co on the 14 inst., Reuben L. COBB, aged 26.
26 Aug 1852
	D	In Albemarle, Stanly Co, on the 13th inst., Mr. G. TEDER.
	D	At Solemn Grove, Moore Co, on the 21st inst., of cholera morbus, Frances Eliza, infant daughter of 
	Arch'd & Mary BUCHAN.
	D	On the 24th inst., Emily Benjamin, daughter of Alex'r & Emily McALLISTER, aged 16 months 4 days.
	D	In Salisbury, on the 16th, Henry Toomer, infant son of Mrs. Ann LORD, aged about 20 months.
	M	On the 12th inst., by the Rev. J. R. McINTOSH, Dr. Arch'd PATTERSON, of Springfield, to Mrs. Mary Ann
	 MALLOY, both of Richmond.
	M	On the 19th inst., by C. A. HARRISON, Esq., Mr. Daniel McLAMB, Jr., to Miss Sally Jane WARREN, all of 
	Sampson.
	M	In Franklinsville, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. Geo. McNEILL, of Asheboro;, Mr. Wm. M. CRUTCHFIELD,
	 of Orange, to Miss Pyrena E., daughter of Ezekiel WILLIAMS, dec'd, of Randolph.
31 Aug 1852
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 26th inst., Ann Eliza, the first-born child of Alexander J. & Maria J. TROY, aged 5 
	years 6 months 11 days.
	D	Letter from Rezin FREEMAN, dated 20 Aug:  Man died at his residence in Bladen Co, on Tues, 17th 
	inst.  Man stated he landed from the Steamer Evergreen on the 14th; stranger to neighborhood, a 
	German by birth named James DUNN, had wife & 6 children in New York.  Gone from NY about 2 years, 
	mostly in vicinity of Raleigh.  Many acquaintances in Fayetteville.
02 Sep 1852
	D	At his residence near Wilkesboro', NC, on the 14th ult., Col. Wm. P. WAUGH, in the 77th year of his 
	age.
07 Sep 1852
	D	Wadesboro' Argus:  [tight binding, some unreadable] In this village on S-- morning the 22d inst, W. W. 
	BOYD and Martin J. PICKETT, both citizens of this town, engaged in a rencountre in Sigman's Hotel, in 
	which the latter was shot twice by the former.  PICKETT languished until Tues morning when he died.  
	Mr. BOYD has been committed to await his trial at the next Superior Court to be held for this county.  
	D	At Mrs. Flora McLEAN's near Fox's Island on the 25th ult., Mr. William RABSON, a resident of Randolph 
	Co, a native of England, emigrated to this country about 15 years ago; for last 2 1/2 years employed on 
	the Cape Fear Navigation.  Leaves wife & daughter.
09 Sep 1852
	D	At Springfield, Richmond Co, on the 1st inst., Laurence L., infant son of M. W. & Martha Ann McNAIR, 
	aged 21 days.
	D	At Westbrooks, Bladen, on the 3d inst., Sarah M. JONES, daughter of W. L. & Sarah F. JONES, aged 2 
	years 1 Month 3 days, after an illness of 2 weeks 5 days.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 6th inst., Louisa Catharine, eldest daughter of Jas. G. BURR, aged 9 years 7 
	months.
	D	At Saratoga Springs, on the 27th ult., of dysentery, Joshua SKINNER, Esq., of Edenton, NC.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 1st ult., by D. McDONALD, Esq., Mr. Neal McRAINY of Cumberland to Miss 
	Margaret COLLINS.  Also, in Carthage, on the 10th, by S. C. BRUCE, Esq., Mr. A. H. McNEILL to Miss 
	Margaret CURRIE.  Also, on the 1[2?]th G. S. COLE to Mary COLE.  Also, on the 15th, by J. McNEILL, 
	Esq., Daniel RIDDLE to Catharine KELLY.  Also, near Union Church, on the 17th, by Kenneth BLACK, 
	Esq., T. F. BROOKSHIRE to Mary M. McNEILL.  Also, same day, by S. M. S. McDONALD, Sam'l 
	PATTERSPN to Miss F. THOMPSON.  Also, on the 22d, Daniel WARNER to Miss WILLIS.
14 Sep 1852
	D	In Wilmington, on the 10th inst., Mrs. Hester STANLEY, aged 82 years.
	D	In the vicinity of Prospect Hall, Bladen Co, on the 19th ult., Mr. Dougald McFADYEN, youngest son of 
	the late John and his yet surviving widow, Mary McFADYEN, in the 18th year of his age.  4th surviving 
	son; leaves widowed mother, 2 brothers who ministered to him on his dying bed, 1 brother in the 
	Southwest parts unknown.  Raised in Moore Co, on Governor's Creek but for last 12 months resident of 
	Bladen.
	D	In this county, on the 25th ult., Gillespie McDugald, infant son of Patrick & Hepsie HENRY, aged 2 
	months.
	D	At Greeneville, TN, on the 3d ult., Dr. Alexander WILLIAMS, aged about 60 years.  Native of Surry Co, 
	NC, son of Col. WILLIAMS, distinguished Whig of the Revolution.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 31st ult., by R. C. LEE, Esq., Edwin BLACKMAN, of Johnston Co, to Miss Mary 
	BIZZELL, of Sampson
16 Sep 1852
	M	Near Ellisville, Bladen, on the 8th inst., by Stephen HAIR, Esq., Mr. Jonathan BULLARD to Miss Sophia 
	JONES, all of Bladen.
	M	At Trinity Church, New York, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Dr. HIGBEE, Alexander WADSWORTH, Esq., 
	of Washington, D.C., to Helen McMORINE, daughter of the late J. McMORINE, Esq., of Elizabeth City, 
	NC.
21 Sep 1852
	D	At the residence of Mrs. Rutha GIBSON, near Springfield, NC, on the 17th ult., of cholera infantum, 
	Henrietta, infant daughter of G. W. & Mary BULLARD, of this county, aged 1 year 9 days.
	D	Near Holly Springs, MS, on 4 Jul last, after an illness of 12 days, of congestive fever, Mr. George 
	HUNSUCKER; leaves many relatives & friends in NC of which he was a native.  Member M. E. Church for
	 many years.  Was husband and parent.
	D	In this place, on the 10th inst., Thomas Cameron, youngest son of Cannon & Harriet N. CAISON, aged 2
	 years 7 months 21 days.
	D	In this vicinity, on Sun morning last, James Green, second son of John C. HAIGH, Esq., aged 6 years.
	M	In Franklinsville, Randolph, on the 12th inst., by Thos. RICE, Esq., Mr. Spencer M. DORSETT to Miss 
	Athali KIVETT, all of the above place.
23 Sep 1852
	D	On the 15th inst., at his residence in Richmond Co, in the 65th year of his age, Wm. C. THOMAS.  Kind 
	master, warm friend, affectionate husband, an indulgent father, exemplary citizen, prominent and useful 
	member of the Baptist Church.  Long Obit.
	M	In Randolph Co, on the 17th ult., by John A. CRAVEN, Esq., Mr. George G. RUSH to Miss Nancy 
	SPENCE.  Also, on the 31st, by the same, Mr. Robert T. NIXEN to Miss Laura Ann WOOD.   Also, on the 
	16th inst., by the same, Mr. William HENLEY to Miss Sarah HAMMOND.  All of Randolph, and all for 
	Scott, Graham & the Union.
	M	On the 16th inst., by A. S. HORNEY, Esq., Mr. Morace COWARD of Beaver Creek, in this county, to 
	Miss Francis YORK, of Randolph.
28 Sep 1852
	D	In this county on the 17th inst., at the residence of Mr. Wm. G. McDONALD, Susan, daughter of William 
	& Elizabeth A. MITCHELL, aged 4 years 11 months 5 days.
	D	In this county on the 23d inst., Mr. Arthur DAVIS, aged about 40 years.
	D	In Wadesboro' on the 21st inst., of typhoid fever, after an illness of 16 days, James Thomas SMITH, in 
	the 18th year of his age.
	M	In Rockingham, Richmond Co, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. E. E. FREEMAN, Andrew J. VEAL, and Miss
	 Susan Olive McKINNON, second daughter of Chas. McKINNON, deceased.
	M	In Marlborough District, SC., on the 14th inst., John C. McKINNON and Miss Sarah Jane MEEKINS.
30 Sep 1852
	D	In Oxford, Granville, Co, on the 22d inst., Mrs. Phebe, consort of James T. LITTLEJOHN, Esq., in the 
	33d year of her age.
	D	In this vicinity, on yesterday evening, Mrs. Mary McLAURIN, aged about 74 or 75 years, for many years 
	member Presbyterian Church.  Funeral at her late town residence at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
	D	In this town, on Wed evening, 22d inst., Mrs. Elizabeth BOLES, wife of Martin BOLES and daughter of 
	Hector McKENZIE, of Montgomery Co, aged 27 years.  Leaves 3 children.
	D	On the 22d inst., at the University of North Carolina, of which he was a student, James Horace LACY, 
	eldest son of the Rev. Drury LACEY, D.D., of Raleigh, in the 18th year of his age.
	D	In Jersey City, NJ, on the 22d inst., Cpt. Timothy EDWARDS, aged 78.
	M	At Summerville, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Dr. Wm. S. STRUDWICK, of Hillsborough, to 
	Miss Caroline WATTERS.
04 Oct 1852
	D	In Opelousas, LA, on the 4th ult., after an illness of half an hour, Mr. Murdock McINTYRE, aged 34 
	years, leaving wife, 3 children, many relations in New Hanover & Duplin counties.
	D	In this town, on Sun last, Mrs. Jane GILCHRIST, wife of Mr. John A. GILCHRIST.
	D	In Salisbury, on the 26th lt., Margaret, youngest daughter of Mrs. John B. LORD, aged 3 years 11 
	months 27 days.
	D	In Upton, GA, on 31 Aug, Rev. Hugh McLAURIN, in the full triumph of faith.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Annabella GILES, relict of the late William GILES, in the 64th year of
	 her age.
	D	In Raleigh, at the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, on Mon the 27th inst., in the 9th year 
	of her age, Janetta Sydney, daughter of William D. & Lucy A. COOKE.
	D	Very suddenly, in this town on Fri, 1 Oct, Mr. Nathan PARKS, of Holyoke, MA.
	D	In Montgomery Co, on Sun morning, the 12th ult., at the age of 69 years, Mrs. Nancy DEBERRY, 
	consort of Benjamin DEBERRY, Sr.  Many years Baptist.  MORE
	F	North Carolinian:  Barn belonging to E. C. HALL, Esq., on the east side of the river, about a 1/4 mile 
	from Clarendon Bridge, was burned Monday last; supposedly by an incendiary.
	M	In Williamsburg District, SC, on the 22d ult., by Rev. Jas. H. STONE, Mr. John C. DYE, formerly of Moore
	 Co, NC, to Miss Elizabeth Ann, eldest daughter of Robert D. WILSON, Esq., all of Williamsburg District.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 22d ult., by John BROADAWAY, Esq., Mr. Wm. C. TEAL & Miss Elizabeth BENTON.
	M	In Sampson, on the 29th ult., by Silas HERRING, Esq., Mr. Adam BUTLER to Miss Nancy, second 
	daughter of Jno. FOWLER, Esq.
07 Oct 1852
	D	In this town, on the 2d inst., Mrs. Jane McNeill GILCHRIST, aged 31 years, consort of John A. 
	GILCHRIST and daughter of Malcom & Annabella BUIE, deceased, formerly of Moore Co.  Leaves 
	husband, 4 small children.  Member Presbyterian church.  More
	D	In Charleston, SC, on the 19th ult., of yellow fever, Mr. John C. SIMPSON, aged 25 years; native of 
	Ireland, for a few months resident of Charleston.  Member Jefferson Lodge, I.O.O.F.; buried in Odd 
	Fellows' Cemetery at Magnolia.
	D	On Little River, in this county, on Sat morning last, Mr. John McPHAIL, aged 76, native of the Isle of 
	Jura, Scotland, and resident of this county for last 13 years.
11 Oct 1852
	D	Hon. Wm. H. HAYWOOD, at his residence in Raleigh on Thurs morning last of cancer of the tongue, in 
	51st year of his age; born 23 Oct 1801.  MORE
	D	In Washington City on Mon, 4th inst., at the residence of C. T. GARDNER, Mrs. Mary HUBBARD, aged 
	about 87 years, formerly a resident of Fayetteville, NC.
	D	In this vicinity on Sat last, Caroline, youngest child of Wm. McLAURIN, Esq., aged 17 months.
	M	In Bladen Co, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. E. L. PERKINS, Mr. J. A. PARKER to Miss Elizabeth B. 
	CROMARTIE, daughter of Patrick CROMARTIE, Esq.
14 Oct 1852
	D	At Nag's Head, on the 25th ult., Samuel, aged 4 years 5 months 8 days, son of the Rev. Samuel L. 
	JOHNSTON, Rector of St. Paul's Church, Edenton, NC.
	D	At his residence in Bladen Co, on the 10th inst., Jas. CAIN, Sr., aged 72 years 8 months 14 days.
	M	At Cedar Falls, Randolph Co, on the 7th inst., by A. S. HORNEY, Esq., Mr. John S. STEED to Miss 
	Rachael SWAIM, all of Cedar Falls.
	M	At Myrtle Grove, the residence of Jonathan EVANS, Esq., on yesterday afternoon,13 Oct, by the Rev. 
	Adam GILCHRIST, Mr. James Poindexter ROBERTSON of VA, to Miss Emily EVANS, daughter of 
	Jonathan EVANS, Esq.
19 Oct 1852
	D	At her residence on Haymount, near Fayetteville, on the 6th inst., after a lingering illness of nearly two 
	years, Mrs. Margaret CROSLY, in the 65th year of her age.  Wilmington papers please copy.
	D	In Chatham Co, on 27 Sep, Martha Reeves, daughter of Samuel and Sarah BROOKS aged 9 years 7 
	months 5 days, leaving a large train of connexions in Chatham, Moore & Cumberland counties to 
	mourn.
	D	At the late residence of M. D. MURPHY, deceased, in Robeson Co, on the 4th inst., Miss Margaret 
	MONROE, aged 72 years.  MORE
	D	In this county, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Effy McGILL, consort of John McGILL, dec'd, aged 81 years.  She 
	was from Island of Jura, Scotland, resident of this county for 32 years.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 15th inst., by the Rev'd J. T. MUNDS, Mr. Jesse J. CASSIDEY to Miss Matilda, 
	eldest daughter of Geo. O. Van AMRINGE, Esq.  Also, at thee same time and place, by the Rev. R. B. 
	GRIER, Mr. George CHADBOURN to Miss Abby E., second daughter of George O. Van AMRIDGE, Esq.,
	 all of Wilmington.
21 Oct 1852
	D	At Carolina Female College, on the 11th inst., Maria A. E. LONG, only daughter of M. C. LONG of Anson
	 Co, aged 12 years 11 months 7 days.
	D	In this place, on the 18th inst., Eleanor Martin, wife of Thomas WADDILL, in the 40th year of her age; 20
	 years member Methodist Church.  MORE
	D	On Tues morning last, near Little River, in this county, Mr. John McFADYEN, excellent and worthy young
	 man.
	D	At his mother's residence on Haymount, on Sun morning last, James, son of Gatlin DAVIS, dec'd, aged 
	13 years.
	D	At Smithville, NC, Cpt. Isaac B. SMITH, of the Steamer Gladiator.
	D	Hillsborough Recorder:  Mr. John Y. PARKER & young man named Henry BROOKS were turkey hunting 
	in Person Co Thurs last.  PARKER imitated turkey; BROOKS shot him.  PARKER about 50 years of age,
	 considerable property, no family.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 5th inst., by the Rev'd Frederick NASH, Dr. Shepard K. NASH, of Marion District, 
	SC, formerly of Hillsboro', to Miss Amanda DRAKE, of Robeson.
26 Oct 1852
	D	Near Fayetteville, on the 16th inst., after a painful illness, Philander E., youngest son of John & 
	Margaret BURKLOE, aged 4 years 8 months 1 day.
	D	In Raleigh, on the 17th inst., Richard SMITH, for a great many years a Merchant of that City, aged about
	71.
	D	Near Little's Mills, Richmond, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth ROBESON, consort of Jas. ROBESON, Esq.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 11th inst., Albert G. HINTON, Esq., in the 46th year of his age, leaving a wife and
	 6 children.
	D	In Wilmington, on Mon the 18th inst., William W. TILLY, aged 18 years.  Also, on the 12th instant, 
	Lucretia, consort of Archibald BUIE, in the 46th year of her age.
	D	On the 8th inst., near Farmington, Davie Co., NC, the Rev. Thomas MILLER, in the 49th year of his age.
	  For a number of years a successful & popular minister in the M. E. Church.
	D	In Neshoba Co, MS, on 26 Jun, Mr. Neill McDONALD, in the 49th year of his age, leaving wife, 7 
	children.  Also on 4 Sep, in the same State and county, Mr. James McDONALD, aged 34 years.  
	Brothers; former a Ruling Elder, latter member, of the Presbyterian Church.  Emigrated a few years ago 
	from Robeson Co.  MORE
	D	At her residence in Chatham Co, on 20 Sep, Mrs. Elizabeth HEADEN, in the 82d year of her age.  
	Confined to bed nearly 8 weeks.  A Baptist over 50 years.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. John McINTOSH, Mr. Wm. Dodson, HARRINGTON to Miss 
	Eliza F. PATTERSON, daughter of Jas. PATTERSON, Esq.; all of Moore.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 19th inst., by Isaiah WARREN, Esq., Mr. S. Peter JACKSON to Miss Nancy Ann 
	WEST.  About 75 persons present, not one a Pierce man.
28 Oct 1852
	M	No marriages or deaths reported.
02 Nov 1852
	D	On the 8th inst., at the residence of Dr. TRAWECK, Mr. William McRAE, formerly of Cumberland Co, NC;
	 he was working on the running gear of a gin when taken ill with toothache; went almost 12 miles, had 2 
	teeth extracted & some plugged; returned with pain in jaw, took laudanum, probably too much and died.
	D	On the 22d ult., at the residence of his father, in Robeson Co, NC, Daniel James, son of Daniel H. & 
	Margaret McLEAN, aged 5 years 9 months.  MORE
04 Nov 1852
	D	On the 25th ult., at the Carolina Female College, of typhoid fever, Miss Sarah Ann CHANDLER of 
	Williamsburg District, SC.  Repeated 9 Nov 1852.
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Rebecca BROWN, relict of John Bright BROWN, Esq., in the 63d 
	year of her age.  Repeated 9 Nov 1852.
	D	In Bladen Co, on Mon last, George T. BARKSDALE.  Repeated 9 Nov 1852.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 20th ult., by Rev. C. S. WALKER, Dr. Jas. E. EASTERLING to Miss Martha E. 
	LeGRAND.  Repeated 9 Nov 1852.
09 Nov 1852
	D	At Leesville, Robeson, the residence of her brother, Jon W. POWELL, Esq., on the 12th ult., Mrs. 
	Martha FULLMORE, aged about 54 years.
	D	At Carolina Female College, on the 2d inst., of typhoid fever, William LEDBETTER.
	D	In Wadesborough, on the 3d inst., Fannie Jones, infant daughter of Dr. Edmund F. & Flora ASHE, aged 
	about 20 months.
	D	At Carolina Female College on the 11th ult., Maria A. R. LONG, only daughter of M. C. LONG of Anson 
	Co, aged 12 years 11 months 7 days.
	D	Near the Round Top, on the Fayetteville and Western Plank Road, Colin, infant son of A. S. & Catharine
	 CAMERON, aged about 15 months.
	D	At his residence in Chester Co, PA, on the 25th ult., in the 83d year of his age, Hon. Isaac WAYNE, only
	 son of Maj. Gen. Anthony WAYNE of the Revolutionary War.  MORE
	D	In Stanly Co, on the 30th ult., James, son of William S. & Laura PEMBERTON, aged 2 years 1 month.
	D	On the 20th ult., Mr. Daniel CAMPBELL, Sr., in the 56th year of his age.  Native of Island of Jura, 
	Argyleshire, Scotland, bur for the last 11 years a resident of this county.  For the last 23 years 
	Presbyterian.
	D	At Rockingham, Richmond Co, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Sarah C. COVINGTON, consort of Wm. 
	COVINGTON, in the 69th year of her age.  For 50 years member Methodist Church.  MORE
	M	In Anson Co, on the 3d inst., by Rev. C. S. WALKER, Dr. Robert B. FLADGER, of Marion District, SC, 
	and Miss Bettie KNOTTS.
	M	At Carolina Female College, on the 2d inst., Dr. John G. SMITH & Miss Eugenia, daughter of William G. 
	SMITH.
	M	In Anson Co on the 20th ult., by Rev. C. S. WALKER, Dr. Jas. E. EASTERLING to Miss Martha E. 
	LeGRAND.
11 Nov 1852
	D	In this town, yesterday, Mr. Martin McPHERSON, aged 61 years.
	F	Fire in the Harrison Steam Saw Mill belonging to Col. John McRAE, situated on the river a short distance
	 below the railroad Sunday morning.  Mill totally destroyed as was considerable quantity of timber & 
	lumber.  Large amount of Naval Stores on wharf above belonging to Messrs. Bennett FLANNER & J. H. 
	FLANNER was saved.  MORE
	M	In this town, on Tues evening last, by the Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Mr. Charles E. LEETE to Miss S. 
	Louisa HAWLEY, daughter of Col. Sam'l T. HAWLEY.
	M	On the 9th inst., by the Rev. E. McNAIR, Mr. A. K. CROMARTIE, of Bladen, to Miss Catharine A., 
	daughter of Mr. Thos. MUNROE, of Cumberland.
16 Nov 1852
	D	In Marion District, SC, on the 2d inst., Major Chapman J. CRAWFORD, formerly a member of the State 
	Legislature.
	D	Near Livingston Bridge, Brunswick Co, on the 3d inst., Mr. Samuel ALLEN, aged 25 years 5 months.
	D	Robeson Institute NC:  resolution on death of Jonathan E. CARVER, in bloom of vigor and youthful 
	manliness.  Signed by J. A. McARTHUR, T. H. HARLLEE, A. MUNN, committee.
	D	In Anson Co, at the residence of her father, on the 8th inst., of typhoid fever, Miss Catharine INGRAM, 
	daughter of Joshua INGRAM, in the 25th year of her age.  Also, on the 6th, of typhoid fever, Helen P. 
	LILES, daughter of Nelson P. LILES.  Also, on the 7th, Dennis GRADY.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 45h inst., by A. BENTON, Esq., Mr. Green HILL to Miss Bethena Ann 
	THORNTON, daughter of Moore THORNTON, Esq.
18 Nov 1852
	D	At Kenansville, on the 12th inst., John Beatty, oldest son of David & Sophia G. REID, aged 8 years 2 
	months.
	M	On the 9th inst., by the Rev. Mr. CAUSY, Dr. J. W. LONG to Miss N. M. TROY, daughter of J. B. TROY, 
	Esq.:  all of Randolph Co, and all good Whigs.
23 Nov 1852
	D	In this vicinity, on the 16th, Carrie B. READ, aged about 6 years.
	D	In Robeson Co at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. John PURCELL, on the 17th inst., Rev'd John 
	McINTYRE, in the 103d year of his age.  For many years Minister of the Gospel in the Presbyterian 
	Church.
	D	On the 14th inst., at the residence of her brother, Jas. KIRKPATRICK, Esq., Mrs. Rebecca McKAY.
	D	In New Hanover Co, on the 19th inst., Mr. Simmon W. SANDERS, aged about 23 years.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. L. F. WILLIAMS, Mr. Jno. B. SOUTHERLAND, of Warsaw, 
	to Miss Mary J., daughter of M. C. & Catharine BLOUNT.
	M	In St. John's Church, in this town, on Thurs evening last, by the Rev. Jos. C. HUSKE, Dr. James F. 
	FAULKES, of Guilford Co, to Miss Margaret M., daughter of James KYLE, Esq.
	M	In Salisbury, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. T. S. W. MOTT, Mr. Michael BROWN to Mrs. Ann 
	CHAMBERS.  Also, on the 17th inst., by Obadiah WOOLSOM, Esq., Mr. George A. EAGLE, of Rowan 
	Co, to Miss Ann CHAMBERS, of Salisbury.
25 Nov 1852
	D	Mr. CHAMPION, the Superintendent of the Cape Fear and Deep River works at Jones's Falls, was 
	accidentally drowned on Sat night last.
	D	In this town, on the 16th ult., of consumption, Mrs. Mary A. TOWER, Relict of Levi TOWER and daughter
	 of Arch'd & Sarah McLAUGHLIN, in the 26th year of her age.  Member M. E. Church.
	M	In this vicinity, on Tues evening last, by the Rev. A. GILCHRIST, Maj. C. W. STYLES, of SC, and Miss 
	Frances Jane EVANS, eldest daughter of John EVANS, Esq.
	M	On the 18th inst., at Chapel Hill, by the Rev. Dr. WILSON, Mr. Richard S. GRANT, of Polk Co, TX, to 
	Miss Eliza N. MITCHELL, youngest daughter of Dr. MITCHELL, of the former place.
30 Nov 1852
	D	Near Fayetteville on the 9th inst., after a few days illness, Joanna, youngest daughter of John & 
	Margaret BURKLOE, aged 7 years 4 months 23 days.
	D	In this place, on the 19th inst., William Franklin, son of D. A. & Catharine CAMERON, aged 3 months 12 
	days.
	D	On the 8th ult., on Barbecue, Susan Jonathan, infant son of John & Susannah C. MAXWELL, aged 4 
	months 3 days.
	D	At Teach's Depot, on 3 Sep last, at the residence of her father, M. R. McMILLAN, Esq., Mrs. Mary Ann 
	BADGER, wife of Lawrence BADGER, Esq., in the 22d year of her age.
	D	In Duplin Co, on the 28th ult., in the 9th year of her life, Julia Custus, daughter of L. C. & Sophia C. 
	OATES.
	D	At the late residence of Mr. John McPHAIL, on Little River, in this county, on the 24th inst., Miss Nancy 
	CAMPBELL, in the 80th year of her age.  Native of Isle of Jura, Scotland, but for last 13 years resident 
	of this county.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 15th inst., Thomas H. GADDY, aged 31 years.
	D	In Wadesborough, on Tues morning last, Miss Catharine MAY.
	D	In Richmond Co, on the 11th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth INGRAM, widow of Hugh M. INGRAM, deceased, in the 
	63d year of her age.
	F	Wilmington Herald:  Store of Mr. A. H. DEWAR at Chalk Level, Cumberland Co was destroyed by the act
	 of an incendiary.  Loss about $5000.   No insurance.
	F	Wilmington Herald:  Store of Mr. A. H. DEWAR at Chalk Level, Cumberland Co, was destroyed by an act
	 of an incendiary.  Loss about $5,000.  No insurance.
	I	Wilmington Herald:  Steamer Southerner collided with a tow boat of the Chatham above Wilmington 
	Wednesday afternoon last; John A. ROBESON, Esq., of Bladen, passenger on the Chatham, said to 
	have been seriously injured.
02 Dec 1852
	D	Near Sockopartoy, AL, on the 7th ult., of dysentery, after a painful illness of 15 days, Sally Ann, 
	daughter of Dr. James A. & Margaret KELLY, in her 15th year.
	D	Another RW Hero gone.  Suddenly, in this county, on the 16th inst., Mr. James KING, aged upwards of 
	90 years.  Native of MD; served 4 years in the struggle for independence, was one of those selected as 
	a Guard for Gen. WASHINGTON on the occasion of the surrender of CORNWALLIS; discharged at NY.  
	Remained Whig, voted on horseback in recent Presidential election.  Farmer.  Dated 20 Nov 1852.
07 Dec 1852
	D	In this county, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Harriet McVICAR, daughter of Malcom GILLIS, in the 34th year of 
	her age.
	D	In Salisbury, on the 27th ult., Mrs. Catharine B. CHAMBERS, consort of Maxwell CHAMBERS, Esq., aged
	 65 years.  Also, on the 25th inst., Mrs. Mary Ann REEVES, aged 55 years, consort of Mr. Samuel 
	REEVES, Sr.
	D	In Moore Co, on the 15th ult., Charles C. SHAW, in the 72d year of his age.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 23d ult., by the Rev. A. Paul REPITON, Mr. John A. MELVIN to Miss Anna Maria 
	PARKER, all of that place.
	M	In Randolph Co, on the 18th ult., Mr. Drury B. LEWIS to Miss Frances, daughter of Col. Zebedee RUSH.
	M	On the 24th ult., at the residence of the late David BALDWIN, Esq., in Columbus Co, by the Rev. C. P. 
	JONES, Dr. J. W. OWEN, of Sampson, to Miss E. C. BALDWIN.
14 Dec 1852
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 28th ult., Daniel McNEILL, Sr., in the 75th year of his age.
	D	John W. CROCKETT, son of celebrated Davy CROCKETT, died at Memphis on the 24th ult.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 5th inst., of Diarrhea, Col. Wm. E. ANDERSON, Cashier of the Branch of the Bank 
	of the State, in the 48th year of his age.
	D	At his residence in Robeson Co, on the 5th inst., of a protracted and painful illness, Mr. John 
	GILCHRIST, in the 67th year of his age.
	D	A teacher in Hyde Co named LASSITER was killed last month by Washington CARROWAN, a Keyukeh 
	Baptist Preacher.  LASSITER prevented CARROWAN from murdering his own wife.  Few days later 
	CARROWAN shot him, threw dead body in swamp.  CARROWAN has escaped, supposedly making his 
	way South.
	D	In this county, on the 3d inst., Mrs. Margaret Ann PAGE, consort of Thomas J. PAGE, and second 
	daughter of Col. David and Sabra UNDERWOOD, aged about 20 years.
	D	On Little River in this county, on Sun the 21st ult., after a painful illness of 2 weeks, Miss Sarah 
	MORRISON, daughter of the late Daniel MORRISON, decd.
	D	In Sheffield, England, on the 16th ult., Mr. George OATES, Sen., of Charleston, SC, in the 64th year of 
	his age.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 28th ult., by John McNEILL, Esq., Mr. S. E. JOHNSON, of the firm of Johnson & 
	Murchison, to Amanda, daughter of James WORTHY.
	M	In the Presbyterian Church, on the 7th, by the Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Mr. Alex'r R. SMITH, of 
	Cumberland Co, to Miss Margaret B. SMITH, of Fayetteville.
	M	On the 2d inst., by the Rev. J. L. CLIFTON, Mr. William DANLEY, of Sampson Co, to Miss Rebecca 
	BENNET, of Duplin Co.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 2d inst., by Neill McNEILL, Esq., Mr. Samuel SMITH to Miss Mary, daughter of 
	Duncan McMILLAN, Esq., all of Roberson.
16 Dec 1852
	M	In this town, on Tues morning last, by the Rev. J. C. HUSKE, Samuel LANGDON, Esq., of Brunswick Co, 
	to Miss Mary, daughter of John MEBANE, Esq.
	M	In the vicinity of Fayetteville, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. Wm. W. GRAHAM, of 
	Richmond Co, to Miss Jane, daughter of Mr. Jas. JENKINS.
	M	In Petersburg, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Mr. MASON, Dr. William R. MILLER of Raleigh to Miss Fanny 
	BRITTON, daughter of Col. R. O. BRITTON, of the former place.
21 Dec 1852
	D	Raleigh Register:  Wife of Parker PERRY, of this county, who resides about 5 miles from this place, was 
	found Thurs last in a well near the dwelling-house, dead, and bearing such marks as to leave little doubt
	 she was murdered.  PERRY has been committed to jail, under suspicion of having committed the deed.
	D	Natchitoches Chronicle:  Death in that town on the 1st inst., of Col. James BINDWORTH, aged 74 years;
	 born near Wilmington, NC, but came to LA as an officer of the army about the time LA was transferred 
	to the US.  Stationed in Natchitoches, married in that parish respectable lady of one of the old Creole 
	families, resigned soon after, and devoted rest of his life to agricultural pursuits.
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Robert JOYNER of Sampson Co, shot himself on the 15th inst., at his residence; 
	about 40 years of age.
	D	Near Lumberton, in Robeson Co, on the 15th inst., Mrs. Frances J. MORISEY, aged 27 years, wife of T. 
	J. MORISEY, Esq.  Several years Presbyterian.
	D	In Orange Co, Dr. James S. SMITH, formerly a member of Congress, of the State Legislature, and of the
	 Convention which amended the State Constitution.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 6th inst., by Absalom KELLY, Esq., Mr. William BROWN to Mrs. Priscilla THOMAS, 
	widow of the late John THOMAS.
	M	In Anson Co, on Wed evening last, by the Rev. C. S. WALKER, E. NELMS, Esq., and Miss Martha A., 
	daughter of Rev. A. B. SMITH.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. James JAMEISON [sic], Rev. Wm. H. BOBBITT, of the NC 
	Conference, to Miss Harriet L. KELLEY, of that place.
	M	In Clinton, on the 30th ult., by the Rev. Joseph C. HUSKE of Fayetteville, Dr. A. HOLMES to Miss Fannie
	 SELLERS, both of Clinton.
23 Dec 1852
	D	Mr. Hugh McPHAIL a very worthy and respected farmer of this county  was killed on Tues morning last 
	by a tree falling on him whilst clearing lands.  About 28 years of age.
	M	In Petersburg on the 16th inst., by the Rev. Horace STRINGFELLOW, Mr. Charles E. WADDELL, 
	formerly of Wilmington, NC, to Miss Fannie B., daughter of Peter Le MESSURIER of Petersburg.
	M	In Pittsborough on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Jas. H. McNEILL, Mr. G. W. FOSHEE of Moore Co to Miss 
	Lydia, daughter of Green WOMACK, Esq.  At the same time and place, by the same, Mr. F. D. THEUS of
	 TN to Miss Lucy, daughter of Green WOMACK, Esq.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 16th inst., by Swain M. S. McDONALD, Esq., Mr. George WADSWORTH to Miss 
	Cynthia Ann OATS.
	M	Near Rienzi, MS, on the 31st ult., by the Rev. E. C. GILLENWATERS, Mr. A. W. PETTY, formerly of 
	Moore Co, NC, to Miss Mary A. FLAKE - at present all of MS.
30 Dec 1852
	D	At Ashewood, Bladen Co, on the 19th inst., Mrs. Frances PURDIE, wife of Mr. J. W. PURDIE and 
	daughter of John A. & Elizabeth S. ROBESON, aged 25 years 8 months.
	D	Goldsboro' Patriot:  Steam boiler at sawmill at Waynesboro', property of Jesse PIPKIN, exploded 
	yesterday morning killing Mr. PIPKIN, proprietor, Thos. GARDNER, and Wm. JONES; also two negroes 
	badly wounded [lead says dead].  PIPKIN leaves widow & 3 small children; JONES & GARDNER both 
	leave family in destitute circumstances.
	D	In this county, on the 21st inst., Mr. Hugh McPHAIL, aged 25; native of the Island of Jura, Scotland; 
	leaves wife, one child; member Presbyterian Church.
	D	At the residence of her brother, T. J. ROBESON, ion Bladen Co, on the 21st inst., Mrs. Elizabeth 
	OLDHAM, aged 60 years.
	D	Resolution from Methodist E. Choir in Fayetteville in honor of death of Catharine W. JOHNSON, wife and
	 mother, member of choir.  Signed J. W. WELSH, Chairman; W. W. FRIZELL, Sec'y.
	D	In this town, on the evening of the 25th inst., Miss Catharine JOHNSON, aged 23; united with 
	Fayetteville Baptist Church age 13.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 25th inst., Charles Frederic, infant son of Wm. A. WRIGHT, Esq., aged 10 months.
	D	At Myrtle Hill, residence of he Hon. Robert STRANGE, in this vicinity, on Tues last, of Consumption, Mr. 
	John Kirkland STRANGE, in the 25th year of his age.  MORE
	M	In Duplin Co, on the 23d inst., by the Rev. Geo. W. HUFHAM, Mr. John PIPKIN, of Wayne Co, to Miss 
	Ann McNABB, daughter of the late Rev. Robert McNABB.
	M	In Columbus Co, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Colin SHAW, Cpt. P. L. ANDERS, of Bladen, to Miss 
	Sarah E. WOOTEN, daughter of Richard WOOTEN, Esq.  [Tallahassee papers please copy]
	M	In Wilmington, on Wed evening, 22 Dec, by Rev. Mr. MUNNS, Cpt. James WILKINSON, of Fayetteville, to
	 Miss Emily J., second daughter of A. J. ERAMBERT, Esq., of Wilmington.
	M	In Chatham Co, on Tues, 14th inst., by the Rev. James McNEILL, Col. Joseph THOMPSON, of 
	Pittsborough, to Miss Mary F. STEDMAN, of Chatham Co.
	M	In St. John's Church, in this town, on Tues evening last, by the Rev. Joseph C. HUSKE, Dr. Thomas 
	Devereux HAIGH to Miss Rebecca S. McRAE, eldest daughter of Duncan G. McRAE, Esq.
04 Jan 1853
	M	Near Rockingham, Richmond Co, on the evening of the 23d ult., by the Rev'd H. H. CROWSON, Mr. 
	Samuel GIBSON to Miss Sarah WATSON, all of Richmond
06 Jan 1853
	D	Raleigh Register:  Hon Duncan CAMERON expired in this city yesterday (Mon) afternoon, after a 
	lingering illness; in the 76th year of his age.  A judge.  MORE
	M	In Davie Co, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Jesse RANKIN, Rev. Pleasant H. DALTON to Miss Eliza M., 
	daughter of A. G. CARTER, Esq.
	M	At Wilmington, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, John C. BADHAM, Esq., of Edenton, to Miss 
	Maria E. WADDELL, daughter of Hon. Hugh WADDELL, of Hillsborough.
	M	At Summerville, in the Presbyterian Church, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. N. McKAY, Mr. Samuel D. 
	PIPKIN, of Cumberland Co, to Miss Jane G. COLTON, of Summerville.
11 Jan 1853
	D	At Beaver Creek, Cumberland Co, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Sarah McLEOD; for 25 years Presbyterian.
	D	Hon. Daniel L. BARRINGER, of TN, formerly a member of Congress from the Wake District in this state, 
	in Bedford Co, TN, on 16 Oct last, in the 64th year of his age.
	D	Samuel J. RAY, Esq., Editor of the Macon (GA) Telegraph, writer of marked ability, died on Thurs last.  
	We believe he was formerly of this town but removed to Macon some 20 years ago.
	D	Raleigh Register:  At his residence in this city at 2 pm on Mon, the 3d inst., the Hon. Duncan 
	CAMERON, in the 76th year of his age.  Born Mecklenburg VA 15 Dec 1777, son of Rev. John 
	CAMERON of the Protestant Episcopal Church; 1799 moved to NC; practiced law at Martinsville, then 
	county seat of Guilford.  LONG OBIT
	M	On the 6th inst., at the residence of Maj. Allan MacFARLAN, at Cheraw SC, by Rev. Wm. C. SUTTON, 
	R. MacKAY of Wadesborough, NC, to Miss Catharine T. MacFARLAN, of Cheraw.
13 Jan 1853
	D	On the 31st ult., at the advanced age of 99 years 11 months 20 days, Mrs. Martha CULBRETH, leaving 
	a large number of children, grandchildren, great grandchildren.  1840 joined M. E. Church.
	D	In Halifax Co  on the 25th ult., Peter EVANS, Esq., late respected citizen of Chatham Co, in the 72d year
	 of his age.
	D	In Wilmington on the 9th inst., Mr. Samuel BEERY, aged 55 years.
18 Jan 1853
	D	In Anson Co, on the 31st ult., Ann Eugina, daughter of Hugh M. & Ann M. INGRAM, aged 2 years 4 
	months.  Also, on the 7th, Wm. R. INGRAM.  Also, on the 9th, Martha, daughter of A. MYERS, Esq.
	F	Dwelling house of Mrs. SNOW, on Hay-Mount was destroyed by fire on Sunday evening.  Nearly all the 
	property of an aged and infirm family has been consumed.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 2d inst., by Jas. A. LILES, Esq., Mr. Wm. J. COX to Miss Martha E. HENRY.  Also on 
	the 15th, by Jas. BROADWAY, Esq., Mr. J. D. HANCOCK, of Moore, to Miss Cora BACCUM.
	M	In Wilmington, on the 14th inst., by J. L. CORBETT, Esq., Mr. Wm. H. PRICE to Miss Mary J. COFFEE.
	M	In this town, on the 13th inst., by Rev. S. Milton FROST, Mr. A. Jackson O'HANLON, of the house of 
	Wilkings & Co., to Miss Amelia A., daughter of the late George B. ATKINS, Esq.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 2d inst., by Alex'r BENTON, Esq., Mr. Francis RAINER, to Miss Caroline HILL.  
	Also, on the 11th, by the same, Mr. Ezekiel BLACKMAN to Miss Sarah WARD.
20 Jan 1853
	D	In this county, on the 16th inst., of Consumption, Mr. James L. MURPHY, eldest son of Thos. R. & 
	Rachael P. MURPHY, deceased, aged 21 years 2 months 19 days.  MORE
	D	In Montgomery Co, on the 5th inst., Travis C. RUSSELL, son of Eli and Anna RUSSELL, aged 20 years 
	15 days.  Disease of the lungs, lasted about 50 days.  MORE
	D	In Person Co, on the 8th inst., Thomas L. McGEHEE, Esq., in the 34th year of his age.
25 Jan 1853
	D	At his residence, near Carthage, Moore co, on the 5th inst., after a protracted & painful illness, Dan'l 
	SHORT, Sen., Esq., formerly of Anson Co, leaving a widow and numerous family to mourn.
	D	In Forsyth Co, on the 10th inst., Mrs. Judith KERNER, wife of Phillip KERNER, Esq., aged 45 years.
	D	In Atala Co, MS, on the 30th ult., Mr. Angus McKINNON, aged about 50 years, formerly of Robeson Co.
	D	In Washington City, on the 19th inst., after a few days' illness, Martha, wife of hon. Stephen A. 
	DOUGLAS, of IL, and only surviving child of the late Col. MARTIN of NC, in the 24th year of her age.
	D	The Rev. James ROSS of Bertie Co, who died on the 6th ult., had been a subscriber to the Raleigh 
	Register since the issue of the first No., in October 1799.
	F	Dwelling House of H. W. DeBERRY of Anson Co was burned to the ground on the night of the 20th inst.,
	 with all furniture.  Supposed to be work of incendiary.  Loss $3,000.
	F	Dwelling house of H. W. DEBERRY of Anson Co was burned to the ground on the night of the 20th inst.,
	 with all furniture; supposed to be work of an incendiary.  Loss $3,000.
	M	In Bladen Co, on the 17th ult., by W. P. JESSUP, Esq., Mr. John W. ROGERS, of Robeson Co, to Miss 
	A. S. BRYAN, of Bladen.
	M	On Big Rockfish, on the 13th inst., by Hector McNEILL, Esq., Mr. Jermon ROONCE to Miss Sarah, 
	daughter of Maj. MITCHELL.
	M	On Wed, 19th inst., at the residence of Cpt. Francis E. RIVES, of Petersburg, by the Rev. H. 
	STRINGFELLOW, Mr. M. W. RANSOM to Miss Pattie A. EXUM, both of NC.
	M	In Elizabethtown, on the 19th inst., by John I. McMILLAN, Esq., Mr. William BLACKWELL and Miss Mary 
	RUSS, all of Bladen.
	M	In Raleigh, on the 13th inst., Mr. John C. S. LUMSDEN to Miss Mary Jane, daughter of Rev. B. HAYES.
27 Jan 1853
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 17th inst., Mr. Samuel CHESNUTT, aged about 73.
	D	Near Everettsville, Wayne Co, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Sarah M. HALL, wife of Willis HALL, Esq.
	D	Junius SMITH, LL.D. of SC so extensively known for his efforts to cultivate the Tea plant, died at the 
	residence of his son at Astoria, near New York, on Sun last, aged 72 years.
	F	Wilmington Journal8/6/2006  Turpentine Distillery situated on the west side of the river, nearly opposite 
	Market street, belonging to Mr. Joseph H. FLENNER of this town, took fire last night about 10:30.  Loss 
	estimated about $1,500.  No insurance.
	M	At Rockfish, in Christ Church, on the 24th ult., by the Rev. George BENTON, Mr. Eli MEMORY to Miss 
	Amanda F., fifth daughter of James STORM, dec'd.
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 6th inst., by Rev. J. R. HOLT, Mr. Thos. C. DIXON to Miss Ellen, daughter of Wm.
	 ALBRIGHT, Esq., of Chatham.  Poem.
01 Feb 1853
	D	In this town on Fri last, Mr. William WOOTEN.
	D	In Greensborough, on the 21st ult., the Rev. John A. GRETTER, in the 43d year of his age.
	D	In Columbus Co, on the 23d inst., Sarah JERNIGAN, aged about 90 years, formerly of Duplin Co.  Also, 
	in said county, on the same day, Mr. Samuel SWINDELL, formerly of Bladen Co.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 26th inst, Adaline, daughter of A. MYERS, Esq.
	D	In the vicinity of Fayetteville, on the 26th inst., Robt. J. E. MASSEY, aged 35 years 2 months 26 days, 
	after an illness of 3 days.
	D	Cpt. James WILKINSON of this town was lost from the Steamer Southerner of which he was the Captain, 
	whilst on the way up the river, about 2 miles above Elizabeth Town.  Had been married only a few weeks
	 ago, only surviving child of his widowed mother.  MORE
	M	In Sampson Co, on 25 Jan, by D. W. JACKSON, Esq., Mr. P. A. TEW to Miss K. M. STRICKLIN.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 13th inst., by N. M. HUBBARD, Esq., Mr. Isham DAVIS to Miss Mary, daughter of 
	James HUBBARD.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 24th inst., by A. MOORE, Esq., Mr. Lawrence HORNE to Miss Emma, daughter of 
	Wm. HUBBARD, all of Anson.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 23d inst., by Rev. Edmund DAVIS, D. M., FESPERMAN, Esq., of Olive Branch, to 
	Miss Cerena, daughter of Elijah COVINGTON.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 21st inst., by John SMITH, Esq., Mr. Benj. F. HEADEN, of Chatham Co, to Miss 
	Charlotte, daughter of Gen. James M. WADDILL, of Wadesborough.
	M	In Moore Co, on Wed evening the 25th ult., by the Rev. Wm. H. HOGSHEAD, Mr. Edward C. CHAMBERS
	 of Montgomery to Miss Anna Jane, daughter of Wm. C. CAMPBELL, Esq.
03 Feb 1853
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Vicinity of Wilmington John S. BOWDEN, aged about 15 years, came to his death 
	by accidental discharge of a gun in the hands of Henry FLANNER, about the same age.  Boys had been
	 gunning on Mr. POTTER's rice field at Point Potter when FLENNER's gun discharged.  John S. 
	BOWDEN, son of John C. BOWDEN, Esq. of this town; Henry FLANNER son of Bennet FLANNER, Esq. 
	also of Wilmington.   MORE
	D	Young man named Andrew MULDROW was killed on 22d inst. by Daniel C. McLEOD, at Darlington C.H.,
	 SC.  Fracas grew from ejectment cause.  McLEOD now in prison.
	D	At his residence in Sampson Co, after a protracted illness, Marshal KORNEGAY, aged 41 years, leaving
	 wife, 7 children.  MORE
	D	Man named BRINKLEY killed another named DICKINSON, near the Waccamaw Lake in Columbus Co 
	Tues last; both employed on the W. & M. Railroad; BRINKLEY made his escape.
	D	Body of Cpt. WILKINSON was recovered yesterday about 13 miles below the place where he was lost 
	overboard from the Southerner.  Probably brought here for internment.
	M	In Nashville, TN, on Thurs evening, the 20th inst., by the Rev. Dr. EDGAR, Mr. Thomas H. HARDIN of 
	Wilmington, to Miss Mary, daughter of John CAMPBELL, Esq., of that city.
	M	At Green Level, Wake Co, by W. F. FULLER, Esq., Mr. John S. JOHNSON to Miss Mary J. MITCHELL, 
	daughter of Leroy MITCHELL, Esq., all of Wake.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 25th ult., by Oates S. LEWIS, Esq., Mr. Henry BRITT to Miss Anna Maria, 
	daughter of the Rev. John L. CLIFTON.  Also, on the same evening, by the same, Mr. John Oliver Perry 
	CLIFTON, son of the same, to Miss Susan Madalene DARDEN, daughter of Henry J. DARDEN, 
	deceased.
08 Feb 1853
	D	North Carolinian:  Mr. John S. McALPIN, who resided near St. Paul's, Robeson Co, missed from his 
	home Wed, the 26th ult.  Search made; Fri following body discovered in a branch not far from his 
	house.  MORE
	D	Norfolk Argus:  Letter from Elizabeth City contained news of death on Fri morning of Gen. 
	EHRINGHAUS, a member of the bar at that place & for several years a representative from Pasquotank 
	Co, in the House of Commons of the NC Legislature.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 1st inst., Mr. Owen PHILYAW, formerly a citizen of Onslow Co, aged about 42 
	years.
	D	Memorial from Carthage, 15 Jan 1853:  Last Muster of the Carthage Regulars, in this town, passed 
	resolutions remembering W. K. McLEMORE, removed from their ranks in the blood & vigor of youthful 
	manliness.  Signed by Committee of Aaron A. F. SEWEL, Wm. M. PERSON, Wm. McDONALD, A. 
	CURRIE.
	M	In Columbus Co, on the 19th ult., by C. PIERCE, Esq., Mr. Geo. W. MEMORY, of Cumberland, to Miss 
	Mary A. E. SMITH, daughter of D. J. SMITH, Esq.
10 Feb 1853
	D	In Anson Co, of typhoid fever, on 8 Jan, Mr. William R. INGRAM, son-in-law of Nelson P. LILES, Esq.; 
	very short time ago Mr. L. lost daughter; now the husband of his eldest daughter, who, together with 
	Mrs. LILES are afflicted with typhoid.
	D	On the 7th ult., in Hopewell, in Mecklenburg Co, in the 83d year of his age, Mr. James SAMPLE.
	D	In Rockingham, NC, on 15 Jan, after a long & painful affliction, William P. LEAK, son of William C. LEAK, 
	in the 12th year of his age.  MORE
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 24th ult., by E. P. FEARRINGTON, Esq., Mr. Willis C. WILSON to Miss Mary C. 
	HOLLAND, daughter of Abel HOLLAND, Esq., all of Chatham.
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 27th ult., by A. Gaston HEADEN, Esq., Mr. William BEAL to Miss Phebe DOWDY,
	 eldest daughter of Thomas DOWDY, Esq.
15 Feb 1853
	D	In Anson Co, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Martha MAY, wife of Peter MAY, in the 50th year of her age.
	D	Near Cheraw, on the 8th ult., Mrs. Margaret D. LACOSTE, wife of Mr. A. P. LACOSTE, aged 55.
	M	At the residence of Samuel J. GIBSON, Esq., in Richmond Co, on the 20th ult., by the Rev. Thos. 
	GIBSON, Mr. Hugh McCALL of Richmond Co, to Miss Sarah A. HALL, eldest daughter of the late Calton 
	HALL of Cumberland.
17 Feb 1853
	D	On the morning of the 3d inst., Emily Robeson, youngest daughter of Catharine & Joel WILLIAMS, aged 
	about 5 years.
	D	In Marion District SC on the 2d inst., Mrs. Christian BUIE, wife of Mr. A. S. BUIE, aged 33.  Also, on the 
	20th ult., Mrs. Margaret CAMPBELL, relict of Mr. Duncan CAMPBELL. [unsure if Margaret Campbell died
	 same place; on separate line]
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 3d inst., Moses UPCHURCH, Esq., aged 103, a soldier of the Revolution.
	D	On Thurs morning, the 27th ult., Mrs. Nancy C. MONROE, consort of Mr. Rob't L. MONROE, of 
	Alfordsville, Robeson Co, in the 27th year of her age.  Taken ill Mon night, died next Thurs morning; 
	leaves husband and 2 small children.  In the short span of 2 weeks her mother (Mrs. CAMPBELL_ and 
	her sister (Mrs. BUIE) both of Marion District, SC, departed this life.  MORE
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 10th inst., by G. H. FLOYD, Esq., Mr. James McCORMICK to Miss Christian Jane 
	BULLOCK, both of Robeson.
22 Feb 1853
	D	In Guilford Co, on the 5th inst., Thos. RANKIN, in the 68th year of his age.  Also, on the 6th Jeremiah 
	PEARSON, aged about 75 years; member of the M. E. Church about 50 years.  Also, on the 15th, 
	Thomas McCUISTIN, aged about 93 years; at the battle of Guilford Court House.
	D	Near Summerville, in this county, on the 11th inst., after an illness of one night, Little White, the adopted
	 son of Archibald and Ellen McLEAN.
	D	At her residence in Robeson Co, on the 26th ult., in the 44th year of her age, Mrs. Jennet McGEACHY, 
	widow of Randle McGEACHY, dec'd.
	D	At Brooklyn, on Wed morning last, General William Gibs McNEILL, formerly a distinguished officer of the 
	Engineer Corps of the US Army, aged 52.  Native of this state.  More in editorial column 1, page 3.
	F	On Friday night last about 11 pm a fire discovered in the rear of the dwelling of Jas. KYLE, Esq.  An 
	hour later, another fire in another part of same building.  Mr. KYLE absent at the North.  Family thanks 
	for aid rendered.
	M	In Sampson Co, on the 8th inst., A. B. CHESNUT, Esq., of Clinton, Sampson Co, to Miss Ann MORISEY, 
	of Duplin Co.
	M	In Richmond Co, on Thurs, 27th ult., Mr. James H. BOSTICK to Miss Mary COVINGTON.
	M	In Anson Co, on the 9th inst., Mr. Wm. CROWDER, & Miss Sarah, daughter of B. D. HENRY, Esq.
	M	On the 25th ult., by Rev. P. ROBINSON, Col. Wm. W. WALKUP, of Union Co, to Miss Jane E. MILLER of 
	York District SC.
	M	Near Monroe, Union Co, on the 10th inst., by J. SIKES, Esq., Mr. Eli W. LILES, Postmaster at Beaver 
	Dam, NC, to Miss Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of Herren WILLIAMS, Esq.; all of Union Co.
28 Feb 1853
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 12th inst., at the residence of his father, David SMITH, Mr. Robert SMITH, aged 
	23 years 5 months 12 days.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 22d inst., Mrs. Sarah SULLIVAN, aged about 80 years.
	D	Pensacola Gazette:  At Pensacola FL on the 5th inst., after a lilngering sickness, Archibald N. HARGIS, 
	aged 26 years, originally from Fayetteville, NC.  Resided past year or two in this city.
	D	At Pleasant Hill, Bladen Co, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Mary BYRNE, relict of the late Matthew BYRNE, in the 
	69th year of her age.  Baptist last 40 years.
	F	North Carolinian:  Thursday night last at about ? o'clock a fire broke out in the stables of Maj. A. M. 
	CAMPBELL of this place; building entirely consumed.
	M	On the 17th inst., by the Rev. John L. CLIFTON, Mr. James M. HOLMES of Cumberland to Miss Susan 
	Catharine, daughter of Isham WILSON, decd.
03 Mar 1853
	D	Spirit of the Age:  Letter from Wm. R. McCASKILL informs:  on Sat night, 19th ult., house of Mr. James 
	STOGNER, Richmond Co, destroyed by fire & his family perished.  Mr. Matthew CHAVIS, a neighbor, 
	noticing smoke Sun morning, went to spot and found only portion of sills remaining.
	D	In Wilmington, on Mon evening last, 28th ult., Mrs. Octavia NEWBY, wife of Mr. John L. NEWBY, aged 25
	 years.
	D	At Lancaster, SC, on the 18th ult., Mr. John McCLOUD, lately of Cumberland Co, NC.
	M	In Chatham Co, on the 16th inst., by the Rev. Mr. BURNETT, Mr. Alfred SMITH, of Randolph Co, to Miss 
	Charlotte, daughter of Gen. Charles LUTTERLOH.
	M	In Washington city, on Sabbath evening, 27 Feb, at St. Paul's church, by the Rev. Smith PYNE, Hon. 
	John J. CRITTENDEN, Attorney General of the US, to Mrs. Elizabeth ASHLEY, of St. Louis, MO.
07 Mar 1853
	D	In Wilmington, on the 2d inst., at 2 pm after an illness of 26 hours, Needham WEST, of Duplin Co, NC, 
	aged about 20 years.
	D	In Marion District SC on the 16th ult., Margaret Ann, wife of Mr. Paisly ALFORD and daughter of Cpt. 
	Daniel McINNIS, late of Marion Dist., SC, in the 28th year of her age.  MORE
	D	Of pneumonia in Salisbury, on 24 Feb, Mrs. Ann W. RAMSEY, consort of Mr. J. D. RAMSEY and 
	daughter of D. A. DAVIS, Esq., in the 26th year of her age.
	D	Drowned in Hackney Co, TN, on 14 Jan last, in attempting to ford Duck River, Sam'l D. STEWART, aged
	 24 years, formerly of Moore Co, but at that time a resident of Fayette Co TN, son of John & Dicey 
	STEWART.  Member M. E. Church 5 years.
	D	At the Executive Mansion, in Raleigh, after a very brief illness, aged about 14 years, Miss Rebecca 
	SETTLE, daughter of Hon. Thomas SETTLE of Rockingham Co.
	D	In this vicinity, on the 24th ult., Mrs. Isabella, consort of Mr. R. D. JONES, aged about 30 years.
	D	In Wilmington on Thurs last, after a lingering illness, A. F. TOON, Esq., of Columbus Co, NC, aged 
	about 50 years.
	D	Hillsborough Recorder:  Lee HAZELL, aged 12 years, son of Mr. Bennett HAZELL, of Alamance Co, was 
	drowned in Stagg's creek, on the 22d ult., while attempting to cross during a freshet; also, Mr. Robert 
	DICKSON, of the southeastern part of Orange, was thrown from his horse while drunk and froze to 
	death.
	M	In this vicinity on the 28th ult., Mr. David G. McDUFFIE to Miss Mary McQUEEN.
	M	In this county on the 1st inst., by Rev. A. McALISTER, Mr. Gorry McGREGOR to Miss Margaret, 
	daughter of Diarmid McDIARMID.
	M	In Richmond Co, on the 17th ult., by Rev. Thomas GIBSON, Mr. Cameron WRIGHT to Miss Eliza Jane 
	McNEILL.  Also, on the 3d inst., by Sam'l J. GIBSON, Esq., Mr. Elisha O'BRYEN to Miss Catharine Ann 
	McNEILL.
	M	Near Harrison Creek, Cumberland Co, on the 24th ult., by Arthur HORN, Esq., Mr. William OQUIN of 
	Sampson Co to Miss Emily A. WEST, daughter of Mr. Willis WEST.  Also, on the 20th, by the same, Mr. 
	Amos Jessup HALL of Bladen to Miss Nancy BEDSOLE, second daughter of Duncan BEDSOLE., Esq.
10 Mar 1853
	D	Salisbury Watchman:  Young man, son of Mr. Andrew CRUSE of this county, was killed on the 19th ult., 
	27 miles west of Fayetteville.  Thrown to the ground when team ran away.  MORE
	D	In Warren Co, on the 19th ult., in the 87th year of her age, Mrs. Fanny GREEN, widow of the late 
	Solomon GREEN, Esq., and niece of the Hon. Benj. HAWKINS and Nath'l MACON.
	F	Wilmington Journal:  Just as we go to press, 11:30 am, alarm for fire over the River; distillery of Mr. J. H. 
	FLANNER is now burning.  Same was burnt down a few weeks since.  Loss about $300.
14 Mar 1853
	D	At Philadelphia, on the 6th inst., James PATTON, Jr. Commission Merchant, formerly of NC.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 23d ult., Margaret G. MARSH, daughter of Emeline & John R. MARSH, aged 13 
	years 4 months.
	D	In Richmond Co, on the 19th ult., John WATSON, Sen'r, aged about 80 years.
	M	Near Owensville, Sampson Co, on the 3d inst., by F. COOPER, Esq., Mr. Benson PARKER, of 
	Cumberland, to Miss Jannetta, daughter of Elijah FISHER.
	M	On the 3d inst., by the Rev. Mr. MARTIN, Mr. Andrew J. ASHLEY, of Robeson Co, to Miss Catharine J., 
	daughter of L. B. LENNON, decd, of Columbus Co.
	M	Near Stewartsville, Richmond Co, by A. C. McKinnon, Esq., Mr. J. T. W. McKENZIE, and Miss Mary Ann, 
	daughter of Robert HASTY, Esq.
	M	In Raleigh, on the 8th inst., by the Rev. Dr. MASON, Sion H. ROGERS, Esq., Attorney & Counselor at 
	Law, to Miss Jane F. HAYWOOD, daughter of the late Hon. Wm. H. HAYWOOD.
	M	In this county, on the 17th ult., by James S. HARRINGTON, Esq., Mr. Allan McLEAN to Miss Elizabeth J. 
	STEPHENS, daughter of Jones STEPHENS, all of this county.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 3d inst., by H. F. PITMAN, Esq., Mr. Edward S. LEWIS to Miss Ruthy, daughter of
	 Robert A. ROZIER, Esq.
17 Mar 1853
	D	Salisbury Watchman:  Millard Fillmore, child of Dr. S. D. RANKIN, died on 3 Mar.
	D	At Goldsborough, on the 11th inst., Dr. Samuel A. ANDREWS, aged 56 years, having died on his 
	birthday.
	D	Wilmington Herald:  Homicide committed in Columbus Co Fri last; man named Currie, of Bladen Co, 
	stabbed man named VOSS, killing him almost instantly.  Attempts have been made to arrest CURRIE, 
	but up to date are unsuccessful.
	M	Salisbury Whig:  notice of marriage in that county on the 23d ult., of Mr. John STOKER to Miss Sarah A. 
	TURNER and notice of death 11 days later of the bride of pneumonia.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 10th inst., by Alexander GALBREATH, Esq., Mr. Angus McLEOD of Cumberland 
	to Miss Sarena Mary Jane McPHATTER of Robeson Co.
21 Mar 1853
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 11th inst., Mr. Levi MEARS, about 63 years of age.  Taken with a paralytic stroke &
	 died in about 4 hours.  Leaves large family.  MORE
	D	At the residence of his brother-in-law, Wm. W. BRIGGS, in Jacksonville, TX, on the 15th ult., of typhoid 
	fever, Mr. John W. OCHILTREE, in the 38th year of his age, formerly of this place.
	D	In New York, on Sat the 5th inst., in the 21st year of her age, Mrs. Maria E. BADHAM, wife of John C. 
	BADHAM, Esq., and only daughter of the Hon. Hugh WADDELL, of Hillsboro'.
	D	In this county, on the 16th inst., John JACKSON, in the 24th year of his age, only son of Alfred & Isabella
	 JACKSON; long & protracted illness.  MORE
	D	In Pike Co, AL, on the 19th ult., Mr. Archer FAIRLEY, in the 31st year of his age.  Native of Richmond 
	Co, NC, but had settled in MS; recently visited this state, married Miss McRAE, and was on his way to 
	MS when seized with pneumonia, of which he died after a few weeks' illness.
	D	In Marshall Co, MS, on the 11th ult., after 4 or 5 days' illness, of pneumonia, Jacob L. HORN, formerly of
	 Richmond Co, NC, in his 25th year.
	D	Near Wadesborough, on the 14th inst., Amanda Springs, infant daughter of Absalom & Adaline MYERS.
	F	Wilmington Herald:  Small house owned by KIDDER & MARTIN situated at the lower end of this town was
	 destroyed by fire on Thursday evening last.  Yesterday afternoon Messrs. FLANNER & [---] Rosin Oil 
	Distillery in the Northern [----] consumed in brief space.  Loss of first relatively trifling, second between 
	$1800 and $2000.   [Tight binding]
	M	In Waynesborough, on the 16th inst., by Rev'd Dr. DRANE, Dr. Stephen  B. EVANS, of Wilmington, to 
	Miss Laura J., daughter of Richard WASHINGTON, Esq., of Waynesborough.
	M	In Duplin Co, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. R. NEWTON, Mr. Joshua A. BLANTON to Miss Elizabeth, 
	daughter of Daniel BLAND, Esq., all of Duplin.
24 Mar 1853
	D	Body of Cpt. James WILKINSON of this place who was lost overboard from the Steamer Southerner 
	which he commanded on the night of 27 Jan last, was found in the river on Mon last, taken on board the
	 Steamer Chatham, Cpt. EVANS, and arrived her yesterday morning.  Burial yesterday.  Attended by 
	Independent Company of which he was member.  Leaves young wife.  MORE
28 Mar 1853
	D	At Smithville, on the 24th inst., of Pneumonia, Cpt. Robert B. POTTER, aged about 58 years, Boarding 
	Officer for the port of Wilmington.
	D	In Orange Co, on the 16th inst., in the 16th year of his age, James McCAULEY, son of Col. Wm. 
	McCAULEY.
	D	In Sampson, on Sat the 19th inst., Mrs. Sarah PORTER, aged 64 years.  Baptist for 45 years.
	D	On Wrightsville Sound, on the 23d inst., Solomon E. GRANT, in the 65th year of his age.
	D	In Chatham Co, on Wed the 23d inst., Mr. Paris PEARCE, in the 53d year of his age.  Native of 
	Dutchess Co, NY, but for last 20 years resident of Chatham.  Was husband, father & friend.
	D	In Marion Co, AR, on 28 Jan last, Col. David TATE, late of Orange Co, in the 66th year of his age.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 22d inst., Mrs. Ruth MORSE, in the 73d year of her age, for many years member 
	M. E. Church.
	D	In Orange Co on the 17th inst, Miss Martha CLARK, in the 41st year of her age; died after 12 hours' 
	suffering from burns, her clothes having taken fire.
	D	Near Wilmington, on the 4th inst., at the residence of her father, Parker QUINCE, Mrs. Elizabeth M. 
	DAVIS, wife of Mr. Frederick DAVIS, aged 27 years.
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 22d inst., Mr. Willis COUNCIL, aged 70 years.
	D	In Hamptonville, at the residence of his father, Josiah COWLES, Esq., on the 16th inst., Abel Sandford 
	COWLES, in the 29th year of his age.
	D	In Charleston, on the 16th inst., Burwell HENLY, of Anson Co.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 23d ult., of pneumonia, Miss Margaret G. MARSH, daughter of Mr. John R. 
	MARSH, in the 14th year of her age.  From an interesting circle of 5, of whom she was the third in age, 
	she has been taken to the land of spirits.  MORE
	M	On Thurs evening the 24th inst., near Alfordsville, by Rev. John MONROE, Archibald S. McMILLAN, 
	Esq., to Miss Catharine McLEAN, daughter of Mr. John MCLEAN, dec'd, all of Robeson Co.
31 Mar 1853
	D	In Wilmington on the 27th inst., Mrs. Zara, relict of Mr. John M. CAZAUX, in the 46th year of her age.
	D	On the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 76 miles from Cumberland, on Sun afternoon last, 2 passenger cares
	 precipitated down an embankment upwards of 100 feet,  40 persons in cars, 8 killed, 16 wounded.  
	Following killed:  Daniel HOLT of the firm of HOLT & MALTBY, Baltimore; Aurelius SALLIE, supposed to 
	be from SC; Lewis DELINE, a French immigrant returning home from CA; Richard CLAYTON of 
	Wellsville, VA; young lady & middle-aged gentleman, supposed to be from KY; -- SMALL, stepson of 
	Robert MURRAY, a supervisor of the railroad; and a child of Mr. GIESE, of St. Louis.  MORE
	D	At Little Rockfish Village, in this county, on the 25th last, Mrs. Gilley KINLAW, aged 43 years, wife of 
	Alex. KINLAW; member M. E. Church for 20 years.
	F	Asheville Spec.:  Late Thursday night large stables at the Warm Springs, belonging to John E. PATTON,
	 Esq., of this place were entirely consumed by fire.  14 mares, 3 horses, 1 yoke oxen, 6 or 7 sheep 
	perished.  Loss estimated at $1,000.  Arson, but perpetrator not found.
04 Apr 1853
	D	Letter from Elizabethtown, Bladen Co, NC, 2 Apr 1853:  Coroner LYON of this county held inquest 
	yesterday on death of William E. MUSE, recently of Darlington Dist., SC.  Jury reported died from a 
	wound received from a ball accidentally discharged from a pistol then in his possession.  Deceased has 
	been on visit for several weeks to this place.  MORE
	D	Negro woman and young child burned to death in Salisbury Mon night last; they and house owned by A.
	 HENDERSON, Esq.
	D	Near Little River, in this county, on the 19 Mar Edward W. MONROE, youngest son of Peter & Catharine
	 MONROE, in the 18th year of his age.
	D	Telegraph from Raleigh 4 Apr:  Accident on Richmond & Petersburg Railroad yesterday afternoon; 21 
	persons died, including a child of Mrs. PURNELL of Wilmington, who was also injured.  Her servant girl 
	had both legs cut off.  Number wounded, including E. B. FREEMAN, of this place, though not seriously.  
	MORE
	D	Raleigh Register:  Telegraphic despatch from Cheraw, SC informs that jail at Chesterfield consumed by 
	fire Thurs morning; 8 persons died, including man named MARTIN, his wife & brother.  MORE
	M	In Forsyth Co, on the 24th ult., by Philip BARROW, Esq., Joseph MASTEN?, Esq., Attorney at Law, of 
	Winston, to Mrs. Antoinette Amelia BLUM, of Salem.
	M	In Salisbury, on Tues evening last by Rev. A. BAKER, Mr. William M. PEACOCK, of Rockingham, NC, to 
	Miss Virginia W. BROWN, daughter of M. BROWN, Esq.
	M	In Newberry, SC., on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Mr. BRANTLY, Mr. James SLATER of Salisbury, NC, to 
	Miss Adelia C. CARNCROSS, of New York.
07 Apr 1853
	D	Petersburg papers report recent accident on Petersburg Railroad; 8 or 10 persons injured.  Mrs. 
	PURNELL & Mr. McILHENNY of Wilmington considerably bruised.  Mrs. PURNELL's son badly injured 
	and not expected to recover.  MORE
	D	On Sat morning, 3d inst., at her residence, Oak Forest, New Hanover Co, Mary MURPHY, relict of 
	Robert MURPHY, aged 75 years 8(?) months 22 days.  MORE
	D	In Lowndes Co, MS, near West Point, on 22 Feb 1853, Eliza Cornelia KORNEGAY, daughter of George 
	& Hester SIMMONS, and wife of Dudley KORNEGAY, of NC, aged 20 years.
	D	Raleigh Star:  In Chatham Co on 26 Mar, Mrs. Mary HACKNEY, wife of Mr. Joseph HACKNEY, committed
	 suicide by hanging herself with a rope in her house.  Leaves husband & 9 children.
11 Apr 1853
	D	In the vicinity of Salisbury, on the 4th inst., Mr. George UTZMAN, one of the oldest citizens of that place, 
	in the 66th year of his age.
	D	In Anson, of putrid sore throat, on the 3d inst., Sarah Ann, daughter of A. C. & M. MOORE, aged 4 
	years 5 months 28 days.
	D	In Pike Co, AL, on 27 Feb, Rev'd John BOSWELL, of the M. E. CHURCH, aged 65 years, a native of 
	Columbus Co, NC.
	D	At his residence in Pitt Co, on the 20th ult., Mr. John JOYNER, in the [-?-]5th year of his age, formerly a 
	member of the Legislature.
	D	Petersburg Intelligencer:  Mrs. PURNELL;s son injured on the Richmond & Petersburg Railroad, 
	supposedly better Tues, is now in hopeless condition.
	D	On 19 Feb last, near Lake Providence, LA, after an illness of some days, Mrs. Jessie W. LARCHE, wife 
	of Severin LARCH, Esq., and eldest daughter of the late William & Mary Ann WINGATE, of Wilmington, 
	NC, in the 35th year of her age.
	F	Wilmington Journal:  On the 6th inst. dwelling house, kitchen & smokehouse belonging to Mr. Mordecai 
	BATSON, situated on Wrightsville Sound entirely consumed by fire.  Insured for about $900, about half 
	the value.
	F	Wilmington Journal:  On the 6th inst., the dwelling house,, kitchen & smoke-house belonging to Mr. 
	Mordecai BATSON, situated on Wrightsville Sound, was entirely consumed by fire.  Insured for about 
	$900, about 1/2 the value.
14 Apr 1853
	D	Petersburg Intelligencer:  Learn that hopes now entertained for recovery of Mrs. PURNELL's little boy.
	D	In Greensborough, on the 3d inst., Gen. John M. LOGAN, aged about 54 years.
	M	In Wilmington on Tues last, by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, John W. GREGORIE, US Coast Survey, to Miss 
	Sallie E. BAKER, of that place.
	M	In this vicinity, on Tues evening last by the Rev. Jos. C. HUSKE, Dr. Thomas C. HALL to Miss Joanna 
	Jones ANDERSON, eldest daughter of Wm. J. ANDERSON, Esq.
	M	In Duplin Co, on the 5th inst., by H. MAXWELL, Esq., Mr. William BLALOCK, of Sampson Co, to Miss 
	Elizabeth Jane, daughter of J. T. R. MILLER, Esq., of Duplin.
18 Apr 1853
	D	Suddenly, on the 3d inst., after a brief but painful illness, Miss Sarah, daughter of John & Mary McNair 
	of St. Paul's, Robeson Co, aged 25 years 11 months 15 days.
	D	Hon. James IREDELL, of Raleigh, died Thurs last at Edenton, whither he had gone on a short visit.  
	Member of the Legislature, Judge, Governor, Senator and finally Reporter of the Decisions of the 
	Supreme Court.  Age about 70.  MORE
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 10th inst., by Rev. J. B. MARTIN, Mr. John P. FULMORE, of Leesville, to Miss 
	Susan R. THOMPSON, daughter of Joseph Thompson, Esq.
	M	In this town, on the 14th inst., by Rev. Jas. McDANIEL, Mr. Riley WILSON to Miss Elizabeth Ann 
	POWERS.
21 Apr 1853
	D	At his residence in Montgomery Co, on the night of the 11th inst., after a severe & protracted illness, 
	Oliver WILEY, Esq., in the 52d year of his age.  Native of Cabarrus Co, graduate Athens College, GA; 
	soon after graduation came Montgomery Co, became a teacher; Presbyterian; leaves widow & children. 
	 MORE
	D	Greensboro Patriot:  In Guilford Co, on the 14th inst., Dr. John A. FOULKES, of pneumonia and other 
	afflictions.  MORE
	D	In this vicinity, this morning, after a distressing illness, Mrs. Laura, wife of Mr. Edwin GLOVER, aged 27.
	D	In this vicinity, on the 19th inst., in the 73d year of her age, Mrs. Clarissa H. HOWELL, wife of John W. 
	HOWELL, Esq.  Funeral from residence of her husband this evening at 3 pm.  MORE
	D	In Wilmington, on Thurs morning, 14th inst., Mrs. Mary Jane PRICE, wife of Mr. Wm. J. PRICE, aged 26 
	years 11 months and a half.
	M	At the Methodist Church in this place, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. S. M. FROST, Mr. Matthew J. 
	RAMSA, of Pittsborough, to Miss Margaret Montgomery WADDILL, daughter of Col. T. WADDILL.
25 Apr 1853
	D	Near Smithville, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Emily McRACKAN, wife of Mr. R. M. McRACKAN, aged 30 years.
	D	In Lowndes Co, MS, on the 24th ult., Wiatt RANDLE, in his 68th year.  Born Brunswick Co, VA; early life 
	moved to Montgomery Co, NC, where he married Miss Sarah TOMLINSON, thence in 1835 moved to 
	place where he ended his days.
	D	Raleigh Register:  Seven deaths by cholera occurred at Gaston lately, caused by eating spoiled oysters
	 sold by Richard HAMLET.
	D	Rev. James LAURIE, D. D., died at his residence in Washington yesterday morning; for 50 years pastor 
	of the F. Street Presbyterian Church, having started in 1803.  MORE
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 15th inst., Dr. Archibald Dalrymple McNAIR, in the 33d year of his age.
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Irishman named DUFFIE drowned last evening in the Cape Fear River; seems 
	under the influence of delirium tremens he jumped overboard from Mr. FLANNER's Wharf, below the 
	railroad.   Leaves wife, 2 children in Albany NY & a mother and 2 sisters somewhere in the vicinity.
	D	Wilmington Herald:  At Owen Hill, Bladen Co, on the 19th inst., Mrs. Lucy A. OWEN, widow of the late 
	Governor John OWEN, and daughter of Gen. Thomas BROWN, an officer in the Revolutionary War, 
	aged about 60 years.  MORE
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 30th ult., Eli FOGLEMAN, Esq., in the 49th year of his age.
	M	In Goldsboro' on the 19th inst., at the residence of Geo. V. STRONG, Esq., Mr. Algernon S. MOSELEY, 
	of FL, to Miss Kate M. STRONG.
	M	At Egypt, Chatham Co, on the 19th inst., by Rev. A. F. OLMSTED, Mr. Joseph C. HOOKER to Miss Mary
	 Jane, 3d daughter of Brooks HARRIS, Esq.
28 Apr 1853
	D	In this county on the 23d inst., Lewis F., infant son of Ronald & Elizabeth Ann MCMILLAN, aged 4 
	months 28 days.
	M	In Christ Church, Raleigh, on the 25th inst., by the Rev. Dr. MASON, Edward Graham HAYWOOD to 
	Miss Margaret, daughter of the late Hon. Louis D. HENRY
	M	In St. Michael's Church, Charleston, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. P. Trapier KEITH, Charles Lockhart 
	PETTIGREW, of NC, to Jane Caroline, eldest daughter of the late John Gough NORTH.
	M	Goldsboro Republican:  In Onslow Co, near Sodom, Duplin Co, on 20 Mar last, by Jonathan 
	THOMPSON, Esq., Mr. J. SWINSON [age 16, weight 84 1/2 lbs.] to Miss Sarah MASHBON [age 59, 
	weight 263 1/2 lbs].
02 May 1853
	D	Near Hernando, MS, 1 Apr, Reuben D. SANDERS, age 29 years 3 months 29 days, eldest son of R. T. 
	& Eliza SANDERS, and grandson of Gen. Daniel BOON.  Born Johnston Co, NC.
	D	Goldsboro; Telegraph:  Negro boy, property of John C. WASHINGTON, Esq., of Lenoir, was killed by 
	lightning in that county on Mon last.  Hands who were at work with him fled for refuge from the storm, 
	while he took shelter beneath a large tree.
	M	Near Rockingham, Richmond Co, April 24, by the Rev. H. H. CROWSON, Mr. Morris THROWER to Miss 
	Nancy GIBSON, daughter of Nathan GIBSON, Esq.:  all of Richmond Co.
05 May 1853
	D	Negro man belonging to Maj. John T. GILMORE fell from the Steamer Fanny Lutterloh into the Cape 
	Fear on Sun last & was drowned.  MORE  on event
	D	Near Lyon's Landing, Bladen Co, on 10 Mar, Mr. John MELVIN, Sr., aged 101 years; father of 24 
	children, most of whom living.  Soldier in Revolutionary War.
	D	Halifax Republican:  Cholera prevails for several miles above that place on & near the Roanoke River.  
	Col. A. JOYNER lost 6 likely Negroes to this disease; all died within a few hours of taking sick.  Disease 
	stopped by burning all the old Negro houses & by burning tar.
	D	On the 24th ult., at his residence in Granville Co, NC, Col. Archibald E. HENDERSON, eldest son of the 
	late Chief Justice HENDERSON, in the 53d year of his age.
	D	In Montgomery, AL, on 5 Mar, of apoplexy, James Cromartie BANNERMAN; just completed 24th year; 
	had delicate health; was with physician and brother returning from father's residence on the Trinity in 
	Leon Co, TX, to Charleston, to seek medical advice.
	M	In Duplin Co, on the 14th ult., by H. MAXWELL, Esq., Mr. James B. RHODES to Miss Levina Catharine, 
	daughter of James WILLIAMS, Esq.
09 May 1853
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 14th ult., Naomi, wife of John B. DRAUGHON, daughter of David RAINER, aged 
	56 years.
	D	In Orange Co, on the 21st ult., Robert M. LYNCH, son of Mr. James LYNCH, aged 17 years 10 months.
	D	In this town, on the 5th inst., William Edwin, infant son of G. F. & F. R. WEBSTER, aged 10 months 23 
	days.
	D	In Anson Co, on the 19th ult., of Sporadic Typhus fever, Wilson REDFEARN, in the 43d year of his age.
	M	In Anson Co, on the14th inst., by B. I. DUNLAP, Esq., Mr. Joseph W. ALLEN to Miss Catharine KNIGHT.
	M	In Chatham Co, on 20 Apr, by Rev. G. E. BROWN, Mr. Atlas GEORGE to Miss Eliza Ann WOMBLE, 
	daughter of Cornelius WOMBLE, Esq., all of Chatham.
	M	In Orange Co, on 19 Apr, by the Rev. Mr. HEFLIN, Mr. J. J. WOMBLE, of Chatham Co, to Miss Louisa 
	ATWATER, daughter of the Rev. Wilson ATWATER.
	M	In Raleigh, on Wed evening last, by the Rev. Dr. MASON, John W. CAMERON, Esq., of Washington 
	City, to Miss Altona F. GALES, daughter of the late Weston R.  GALES.
12 May 1853
	D	In this vicinity, very suddenly, on Tues morning the 10th inst., in the 53d year of his age, John W. 
	HOWELL, Esq.; a native of Montgomery Co, but for the last 23 years resident this county.  Furnished 
	employment for many indigent.  Recently widowed.  MORE
	D	Wadesboro' Journal:  Josiah ABSHIRE, soldier in the War of 1812, died in this town on Thurs last.  
	Always asserted he fought in the Revolution, but that is not certain.  Received pension from 
	Government for many years.  Few days before his death he said he would be 97 on 4 Jul next.
	D	At his residence, Allen's Bridge, SC, on the 2d inst., Wyatt FULLER, Esq., an active merchant of that 
	place.
	D	In Greensboro', on the 5th inst., of consumption, Mary V. LINDSAY, only daughter of Jed. H. LINDSAY, 
	Esq., in the 19th year of her age.
	M	In Chesterfield District, SC, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. Wesley L. PEGUES, Mr. N. McK. McNEILL, of this
	 county, to Miss Fannie, daughter of William PEGUES, Esq.
	16 May 1853
	D	In Wilmington, on the 2d inst., Sally Lovic, wife of Owen HOLMES, Esq., in the 34th year of her age.
16 May 1853
	M	In this town, on the 4th inst., by Rev. John DEPO, Mr. John A. CAMERON to Miss Sarah BAKER, all of 
	this county.
	M	In Wilmington, on Thurs evening last, by Rev. A. P. REPITON, Mr. John F. BISHOP to Miss Ruth A. 
	FOWLER.
	M	In this place, on Wed evening last, by the Rev. S. M. FROST, Mr. John W. LARKIN to Miss Elizabeth 
	VANN.
	M	In Lower Fayetteville, on Wed evening last, by C. D. NIXON, Esq., Mr. Robert HENRY to Miss Susannah 
	Hybart, daughter of the late Richard KELLY.
	M	In Wilmington, on Thurs morning last, by Wm. N. PEDEN, Esq., Mr. William L. CALLAIS, of Fayetteville, 
	to Mrs. Amanda FRAILEY of Wilmington.
	M	In Wilmington, on Thurs last, by Rev. Dr. DRANE, Gen. Alexander McRAE to Mrs. Mary S. HERRING - all
	 of that town.
19 May 1853
	M	In Galveston, TX, on the 20th ult., Dr. Langdon Cheves MANLY, formerly of Raleigh, to Miss Mary E. 
	SPANN.
23 May 1853
	D	In this town, on Sat last, William, infant son of Dr. William P. MALLETT, in the 3d year of his age.
	D	Hillsborough Recorder:  One of the hands of Mr. Paul CAMERON, at work on the railroad near this 
	place, was killed in a blast accident.  MORE
	D	In Anson Co, on the 14th ult., Jeremiah GULLEDGE, aged about 58 years.
	D	In Carroll Co, TN, Wm. BENNETT, formerly of Anson Co, aged 40 years.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 20th inst., Julia Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. A. B. ROTHWELL, aged 13 years 2 
	months 17 days.
	D	Near Pittsborough, on Sat the 14th inst., after a lingering illness, Mrs. Maria, wife of the Hon. John D. 
	TOOMER.  MORE
	M	In Calvary Church, Wadesborough, on the 19th inst., by Rev. H. H. HEWITT, Mr. John WILLIAMSON, of 
	Fayetteville, to Miss Phebe WILLOUGHBY, of Wadesborough.
	M	In Elizabethtown, on the 17th inst., by Wm. J. JESSUP, Esq., Mr. John D. McKENZIE to Miss Mary E. 
	BRYAN, both of Elizabeth.
26 May 1853
	D	In Montgomery Co, on the 21st inst., Sarah Louisa, daughter of Atlas F. & Elizabeth RUSH, aged 2 
	years 9 months, after a brief illness of the most excruciating pain from extensive fire burns.
	D	At Harleesville, SC, on the 17th inst., Sarah Ann, wife of Elias TOWNSEND; wife, mother, daughter, 
	sister, mistress and friend.  MORE  Marion Star please copy.
30 May 1853
	D	In Raleigh, on Mon morning, 23d inst., Fabius, infant son of Dr. Wm. G. & Mrs. Adelaide HILL, aged 16 
	months.
	D	In this town, on the 25th inst., Sarah Ellen, daughter of A. F. PAGE, formerly of Wake Co, aged 2 years 
	11 months.  Also, on the 29th, John Samuel, son of John S. RABOTEAU, aged 5 years 5 moths.
02 Jun 1853
	D	In the western part of this county, on the 24th ult., of paralysis, Mr. Angus JOHNSON, aged 56 years.
	D	Charlotte Whig:  Robert HIPP ferried his brother-in-law across Catawba River at Hall's Ferry in a canoe 
	last Sat was a week; attempting to return, being unskilled & intoxicated, thrown from boat & drowned.  
	Tues afterwards body floated to surface about a mille below the Ferry.
	D	In New Hanover on the 30th ult., Mrs. Laura J., wife of Mr. Gabriel HOLMES, and daughter of Wm. J. 
	HAND, Esq., aged 27 years 10 months.
	F	Wilmington Journal:  Turpentine Still belonging to Messrs. SANDERS & STEVENSON, about 3 miles from
	 town, took fire Saturday morning.  Loss estimated at $800 to $1000.  Mr. SANDERS considerably 
	burned about the hand; Mr. STEVENSON slightly blistered.
	M	In this town, on the 25th ult., by the Rev. Mr. FROST, Mr. W. S. FOWLKES to Miss Lucy Jones, eldest 
	daughter of Mr. Isham BLAKE.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 24th ult., by Dan'l McKENZIE, Esq., Mr. Dan'l McINNIS to Miss Ann AUTRY.
06 Jun 1853
	D	In Wilmington, on the 31st inst., Mr. S. R. FORD, in the 41st year of his age.
	D	In Raleigh, on Tues morning last, after a severe and protracted illness, Mrs. S. BLAKE, wife of the Rev. 
	Bennet T. BLAKE, in the 48th year of her age.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 31st ult., at the Washington Hotel, Mrs. Rebecca T. SMITH, wife of David SMITH, 
	Jr., aged 28 years.
	D	In Haywood, Chatham Co, on 22 May, Herman, only child of Dr. W. H. & Jackobina HUGHES, aged near 
	10 months.
	D	Near Harrison Creek P.O. in this county on the 29th ult., Mr. Biggers JACKSON, aged about 65 years; 
	for many years member Baptist Church.
	M	In Raleigh, on Wed morning last, by the Rev. Dr. MASON, George W. MORDECAI, Esq., President of 
	the Bank of the State, to Miss Margaret D., daughter of the late Hon. Duncan CAMERON.
	M	In Raleigh, on Wed evening last, by the Rev. Dr. LACY, Benj. C. CALLOWAY, Esq., of Ashe Co, NC, to 
	Miss Harriet E., daughter of Mrs. Hannah STUART.
	M	At Mt. Pleasant, in this vicinity, on Tues afternoon last, by the Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Mr. James D. 
	BUIE to Miss Anna E., daughter of the late Thos. R. MURPHY.
09 Jun 1853
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 10th ult., Nancy HARGROVE, consort of O. HARGROVE, aged 28 years 8 
	months; member Baptist Church 20 years; leaves husband, 4 little children.
	D	On the 6th inst., George Kenneth, youngest son of John D. WILLIAMS, aged 15 months 19 days.
	D	In this county on the 29th ult., Carr HARGROVE, formerly of Sampson, but for the last 12 years a 
	resident of this county, aged 40 years 1 1/2 months; leaves widow, 5 children.
	D	Near Horry C. H., SC, on the 24th ult., William INMAN, son of Alfred & Elizabeth INMAN.
	D	Wiley PATTERSON departed this life 12 Oct 1852, aged 78 years, wanting 3 days; born 15 Oct 1775 in 
	Orange Co, NC.  Anna Herndon, wife of Wiley PATTERSON, died 24 May 1853 aged 75 years, wanting 
	16 days, was born in Orange Co, NC, and was married to Wiley PATTERSON, 9 Jan 1800.
	M	In Robeson Co, on the 2d inst., by John S. McARTHUR, Esq., Mr. Alexander ANDREWS to Miss Sarah 
	P., fifth daughter of John JENKINS, Esq., all of Robeson.  Also, on the same evening, by Henry 
	BULLOCK, Esq., Mr. Isham PHILIPS, of Marion SC, to Miss Charity JONES of Robeson.
13 Jun 1853
	D	Mrs. Elizabeth DUNLAP, aged about 109 years, died at Winnsborough, SC on the 3d inst.
	D	In Wilmington, on the 7th inst., Miss Frances Ann POTTS, aged 14 years.
	M	In Ashborough, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. George McNEILL, Mr. David G. WORTH to Miss Julia A. 
	STICKNEY.
16 Jun 1853
	D	In Greensboro', on the 4th inst., after a brief illness, Miss E. S. DONNELL.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 19th ult., Mr. Peter McARTHUR, in the 85th year of his age.  Many years 
	Presbyterian.  MORE
	D	In Raleigh, on the 12th inst., in the 16th year of his age, Willie, son of Bryan and Olivia GRIMES.
	D	Mrs. PRESTON, wife of the Hon. Wm. C. PRESTON, died at her Summer residence near Columbia, SC, 
	on Sat last.  Like her husband, she was remarkable for her birlliant talents & conversational powers.
	D	In Richmond Co, on the 5th inst., Isaac DOCKERY, Attorney at Law, and formerly Member of the 
	Legislature.
	D	Greensboro' Patriot:  In Guilford Co, on the 30th ult., Joseph LEONARD, member of Society of Friends, 
	in the 88th year of his age.  Lived same place for 85 year, brought by parents from PA when about 2 
	years old.  MORE
	D	Wilmington Journal:  In Columbus Co, on 24 May, Elizabeth VAUSE, wife of Ephraim VAUSE, aged about
	 40 years.  Also, on 27 May, John VAUSE, aged 8 years 20 days.  Also, Ephraim VAUSE, 27 May, aged 
	15 years 25 days.  Also, Elizabeth Jane VAUSE, 28 May, aged 5 years 7 months.  Also, William V. 
	VAUSE, on 30 May, aged 19 years 1 month 17 days.  Also, Jas. C. VAUSE, on 4 Jun, aged 17 years 3 
	months 4 days, all sons and daughters of Ephraim VAUSE & Elizabeth VAUSE, all of typhoid fever.
	D	Raleigh Register:  H. B. WILSON of this county was committed to jail on Sun last on the charge of having
	 killed a Negro girl - his property - by excessive whipping.
	D	At New Orleans on the night of the 2d inst., aged 20 years, William Wyatt McNEILL, son of the late Gen. 
	Wm. Gibbs, McNEILL.  Struck by the shaft of a railroad car while standing on the platform.
	D	In this vicinity yesterday afternoon, John Needham, son of Josiah E. BRYAN, Esq., aged about 3 years.
	M	In Salem, on the 8th ult., by Rev. G. F. ROBINSON, Mr. Livingston N. CLIARD to Miss Charlotte E. 
	SHULTS.
	M	In Salem, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Joshua BETHELL, Rev. George M. EVERHART to Miss Cornelia 
	Adelaide BANNER, eldest daughter of C. L. BANNER, Esq.
20 Jun 1853
	D	In this town on Sat last, John Brantley, youngest son of Jeremiah B. & Ellen WALTON, aged 2 years 8 
	months 1 week.
	D	At Pleasant Retreat, his residence in Bladen Co, on Mon, 13th inst., William H. BEATTY, Esq., in the 
	85th year of his age.  Native of Ireland, came to this country when a small boy, resided at Pleasant 
	Retreat ever since; reared large family; lived to bury them all, wife and children, except one surviving 
	son.  MORE
	D	In this vicinity, on the 14th inst., Mrs. Susanna McQUEEN, consort of Donald McQUEEN.
	D	In New Hanover Co on the 10th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, Dr. NEWKIRK, Mrs. Sophia 
	WILKINGS, aged about 50 years.
	D	Hillsboro' Recorder:  Thurs last fearful accident occurred in the northern part of this county.  Mr. James 
	HORNER, a wagoner, while riding in company with his son, proposed a race; Mr. HORNER's horse threw
	 him against a tree, shattering his skull and breaking a number of ribs.  He survived only a few minutes.  
	Under excitement of liquor.
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 5th inst., John, infant son of Alexander S. & Sarah Ann BRIDGERS, aged 4 months
	 26 days.
	F	Turpentine Distillery of Duncan MURCHISON Esq., near the Factory on Little River was destroyed by fire
	 Monday night last.  Loss about $700.
	M	In this vicinity, on Wed evening last, by the Rev. James McDANIEL, Mr. Calvin CARVER to Miss Adaline 
	POWELL.
	M	In Wilmington on the 15th inst., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Mr. Wm. L. S. TOWNSHEND, to Miss Sarah L. 
	RIVERA.  Also, same day, by Rev. Mr. BOBBITT, Mr. H. B. LOUGEST to Miss Anna B. H. POTTER.
	M	On the 11th inst., at Parkhurst, Anne Arundel Co, MD, at the residence of R. S. MERCER, Esq., by 
	Rev'd Mr. YOUNG, Dr. John R. KNOX, of Philadelphia, to Eliza Adam, youngest daughter of the late Hon.
	 John A. CAMERON, of this place.
23 Jun 1853
	D	In Wilmington on the 18th inst., Mr. Moses LEWIS in the 53d year of his age.
	D	In Sampson Co on the 17th inst., Holly TEW, Esq., in the 54th year of his age.  MORE
	D	Edenton Whig, 15th:  Jonathan OVERTON, colored, soldier of the Revolution, died in this place 
	yesterday at advanced age of 101.  Served under Washington, at battle of Yorktown.  To be interred 
	this evening.  MORE
	D	Wilmington Herald:  Negro about 3 yrs old, property of Dr. J. L. MEARES, burned by the upsetting of a 
	Fluid Lamp & died shortly.  MORE
	D	In this town Tues morning last Archibald McLean, infant son of J. C. & Margaret POE, aged 10 months.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Neill McDONALD, Mr. Angus S. McCALLUM to Miss Mary 
	Ann McCRIMMON, daughter of Neill McCRIMMON.
27 Jun 1853
	D	On the 19th inst., at Blight House, Chesnut St, Philadelphia, Mrs. Julia Theodosia McRAE, eldest 
	daughter of John BURGWYN, Esq., of NC & wife of Rev. Cameron Farquhar McRAE, Assistant Rector of
	 Christ Church, in that city.
	D	At Milton NC on the 3d inst., Miss Mildred A. FITZGERALD, aged about 16.  On the same day, Miss 
	Delia L. SMITH, aged about 13.  On the same day, Miss Fannie Y. McADEN, aged about 14 years.
	D	Near Hawley's Store, on the 20th inst., Isaac STRICKLAND, aged about 65 years.
	D	Rowan Whig:  Robert BRADSHAW, worthy citizen of our county, met with sad accident Sat evening last 
	on his return home; horse took fright, ran with buggy into an excavation of the NC Rail Road about 3 
	miles from here; he so severely injured that he died early on Sun morning.  Leaves widow, large family 
	of children.
	M	At Narrow Point on the 21st inst., by Rev. Thos. C. MOSES, Dr. William WILCOX to Miss Ann Eliza, 
	eldest daughter of W. D. HARRINGTON.
	M	On the 7th inst., by Aaron D. HEADEN, Esq., Joseph M. BRIDGES, Esq., to Mrs. Emily COBLE, all of 
	Chatham Co.
02 Jul 1853
	D	In Wilmington on the 26th ult., William Hunter, infant son of M. & R. J. LONDON, aged 10 months.
	D	Cpt. WALBACH of the Ordnance Corps, US Army, formerly in command of the Arsenal in this place, died
	 in Baltimore on Mon last.
	M	In Richmond Co on the 19th ult., by the Rev H. H. CROSON, Mr. Harvey TERRY to Miss Sarah, 
	daughter of the late John GAY, all of Richmond.
	M	In this county on Wed evening last by Rev. John DEPO, the Rev. John BUIE to Miss Mary Ann 
	JOHNSON, daughter of the late Wm. JOHNSON of Robeson Co.
	M	At P. CROMARTIE's Mills, on Thurs the 22 ult., at 4 o'clock by John CAIN, Esq., Mr. Richard SMITH to 
	Miss Charity WILLIAMS, all of Bladen.
	M	In this town on Tues evening last by the Rev. D. S. WILLIAMS, Mr. Marshall W. JESSUP to Miss Mary E., 
	daughter of Jonathan JESSUP, Esq.
07 Jul 1853
	D	Two Negro men drowned near this place within a few days.  First, owned by Mr. J. W. PEARCE, on Sun 
	afternoon left home to bathe; clothes found on bank, body found in stream.  On Mon afternoon, man 
	belonging to Wm. K. DELANEY  of Greenville, Pitt Co,, hired to Mr. J. W. MURPHY of this county, was 
	walking on bridge across Mallett's pond when hat blew off into the pond.  He plunged in after it, became 
	entangled in weeds, & drowned.
	D	At his residence in Moore Co on the 30th ult., Mr. Peter KELLY, in the 74th year of his age.  Native of 
	Scotland, for last 50 years resided in his adopted state.  Presbyterian.  Leaves numerous family of sons
	 & daughters.
	D	Wilmington Journal:  At Laurinburg, Richmond Co, on the 16th ult.,  Neill McLAURIN, Esq., aged 75 
	years; many years resident of Wilmington.   MORE
	D	In Tallahassee, FL, on the 21st ult., John S. SHEPARD, Esq., in the 57th year of his age.  Born in 
	Newbern NC.
	D	Raleigh Standard:  In Franklin Co, on the morning of the 29th ult., Miss Mary A. LEWIS, youngest 
	daughter of David M. LEWIS, Esq., in the 22d year of her age.  Long obit.
	D	In Lenoir Co on 29 Jun, Cornelia WOOTEN, daughter of Council WOOTEN, Esq.
	D	In Edgecombe Co on Sun last, aged 78 years, Spencer L. HART, formerly Sheriff of Edgecombe.  Also 
	on the 30th ult, aged about 80 years, Dr. Thos. H. HALL, late member of Congress, State Senator, &c.
	F	Wilmington Herald:  During thunderstorm yesterday dwelling house of Mr. D. J. GILBERT in the eastern 
	part of town struck by lightning, and with the kitchen, was consumed by fire.  Dwelling of Mr. GADSBY, 
	some distance off, struck by same bolt.  No serious injuries.
	M	In Lexington, on the 23d ult., by Rev. Jesse RANKIN, Benjamin A. KITTRELL, Esq., of Oxford, to Miss 
	Amelia E. FOSTER, daughter of Robert FOSTER, Esq., of the former place.
	M	In Pitt Co on Sat morning last, Maj. Rob't R. FOREMAN to Miss Caroline WILLIAMS, daughter of the late 
	Dr. R. F. J. H. WILLIAMS.
11 Jul 1853
	D	In Lumberton on the 29th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth BURCHETT, aged 23 years, wife of Mr. James R. 
	BURCHETT & daughter of Joseph HOWELL.
	D	In Richmond Co at the residence of her brother Rev. J. Jones SMYTH, on the 3d inst., in the 25th year 
	of her age, Miss Anne SMYTH, daughter of Wm. SMYTH, Esq., near Londonderry, Ireland.
	D	In Charleston, SC, on the 3d inst., at the residence of his brother-in-law, Rev. A. McCORQUODALE, Mr. 
	William A. McLENNAN.  Native of this place but for last 9 years resident of Trenton, TN.  Remains 
	brought to this place & interred at the usual place.  Leaves wife, infant daughter.
	D	Rowan Whig:  Hon. Joseph P. CALDWELL died at his residence in Statesville Thurs evening, 30th ult.  
	Late member of Congress from this District.  Leaves widow & 4 interesting children.
	M	In Shelbyville, TN, on the 28th ult., Mr. Junius B. RABOTEAU, formerly of this place, to Miss Bettie, 
	daughter of David RUTH, Esq.
	M	In this county on the 3d inst., by Rev. Hugh McALPIN, Mr. William S. FISHER to Miss Susan E. 
	BURDEAUX, formerly of Wilmington.
	M	In Bladen Co on 19 May by Tolliver SUTTON, Esq., Dan'l SIMMONS, Esq., of Sampson, to Miss Nancy 
	ROBINSON.  Also on the 23d by John CAIN, Esq., Mr. Richard SMITH to Miss Charity WILLIAMS.  Also 
	on the 28thh Malcom ROBINSON, Esq., to Miss Marion, daughter of Shadwick SMITH, Esq., of Sampson 
	Co.
	M	In Duplin Co on 22 Jun by the Rev. George W. WALLIS, Mr. George W. MIDDLETON, to miss Mary, 
	eldest daughter of the late Henry MOORE.
	M	At White Oak, Bladen Co, on the 7th inst., by Neill KELLY, Esq., Mr. Isaac MELVIN to Miss Margaret M. 
	BEARD, daughter of the late John BEARD, Esq., all of White Oak.
14 Jul 1853
	D	In Robeson Co on the 25th ult., Jane Brown, eldest daughter of D. A. McARN, in the 17th year of her 
	age.
	D	At the house of her son-in-law, E. LEGETT, in Marion District SC, on the 12th ult., Mrs. Eliza A. YOUNG 
	in the 67th year of her age, native of Wilmington NC.
	18 Jul 1853
	D	In Moore Co on the 9th inst., Mr. John NICHOLSON, aged about 80 years.
	D	In this place in the 15th, Alabama, child of C. M. & M. A. BEEBE, aged 1 year 9 months.  Poem.
	M	On Wed, 6 Jul, at Rocky Mount, by Rev. T. W. TOBEY, Dr. W. B. RICKS to Miss Helen S. BATTLE, 
	daughter of Dorsey BATTLE, Esq.
21 Jul 1853
	D	In Sampson Co, on the 14th inst., Mrs. Catharine W. OWEN, wife of Rev. Miles P. OWEN & daughter of 
	Patrick CROMARTIE, Esq., of Bladen.  Member M. E. Church, South.
	D	In Austin Co, TX, on the 3d inst., after a severe & painful illness of 14 days, Mrs. Nancy BLACK, native 
	of Isle of Mull, Scotland, formerly resident of this county.  Kind parent; leaves children.
	D	On Tues evening last, Miss Hannah P. COOK.
	D	At his residence in the Catawba in Mecklenburg Co, NC, on Tues, 14th ult., Robert Davidson, Esq., in 
	the 85th year of his age.
	M	On the 5th inst., by the Rev. E. CRUTCHFIELD, D. H. ALBRIGHT, MD to Miss Sylvina F., only daughter 
	of Mr. C. SILER, all of Chatham Co.
	M	At 6 am in St. Matthew's church, Wheeling, VA, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Dr. WHEATE, Francis 
	Edwin SHOBER & Josephine May WHEATE, all of NC.
25 Jul 1853
	D	In this county on 30 May last, Mr. George McDUFFIE, Sr., aged 85 years.
	D	In Richmond Co, on 14th ult., after 4 days' illness, Ann Eliza, in the 3d year of her age, & on the 26th, 
	Joseph L, in the 5th year of his age, children of Mr. Isaac McCASKILL.
	D	At Montpelier, Richmond Co, on the 9th inst., Robert, infant son of John & Effie GILCHRIST, aged 9 
	months 20 days.  Poem.
28 Jul 1853
	M	In Montgomery Co on the 14th inst., by Nath'l KNIGHT, Esq., Mr. Richard D. KEAMS to Miss Catharine, 
	daughter of Wm. McLEOD, dec'd.
	M	At the US Arsenal on the 26th inst., by Rev. Jos. C. HUSKE, Charles P. McGARY, Esq., USN to miss 
	Annie P, 3d daughter of Wm. BELL, Esq., Architect.
01 Aug 1853
	D	In Duplin Co on the 14th ult., Mrs. Tabitha, relict of the late Maj. HOUSTON, aged 65 years.  
	Presbyterian for some 25 years; leaves children.
	D	Anthony SEPARK, Senior Editor of the Goldsboro; Telegraph, at Goldsboro on the 21st ult., age 28.
	D	On the 26th ult., Edmund Harris, infant son of Joseph & Caroline HOLLINGSWORTH, age1 month 16 
	days.
	D	In this county on the 25th ult., Cpt. John McDOUGALD, native of Jura, Scotland, bur for last 32 years 
	resident of this county, in the 56th year of his age.
	D	At his residence in Robeson Co, on the 28th ult., Jeremiah WATTERS, aged about 80 years.  Leaves 
	large family; member Baptist Church.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 23d ult., Mr. Duncan McN. McMILLAN, aged 18 years.  Also, on the 25th John D. 
	McMILLAN, aged 14 years - both sons of John H. McMILLAN, Esq.
	D	In Wilmington on the 28th ult., at the residence of her father, J. M. MIDDLETON, Esq., Mrs. Mary S. 
	MacRAE, wife of Gen. Alex. MacRAE, aged 30 years.
	D	Drowned in Clark's Creek, Montgomery Co, on the 27th ult., near Murphy McRAE's Mills, Monroe, son of
	 Murphy & Amanda McRAE, aged 4 years 11 months, 25 days.  Poem.
	M	In Wilmington on the 28th ult., by the Rev. M. B. GRIER, Mr. James C. SMITH to Miss Mary Ann, 
	daughter of Miles COSTIN, Esq.
04 Aug 1853
	D	In Wilmington on the 1st inst., Sarah, wife of Mr. William RESTON & daughter of Mr. T. SAVAGE, aged 
	28 years.
	D	In the vicinity of this place at the residence of her son John W. SANDFORD, Esq., yesterday afternoon, 
	Mrs. Ann SANDFORD, full of years.  Born in Philadelphia; married 1799 to William SANDFORD, Esq., of 
	that city.  Left a widow with 3 children; moved to this place 30 years (in October next) ago as son was 
	appointed Cashier of the Branch of the Bank of the US.  MORE
	D	At the residence of her father Neill SINCLAIR, Esq., on the 16th ult., Miss Flora Ann, aged 13 years.  
	D	In Wilmington on Sun morning last, Mrs. Rebecca Eliza LORING, wife of the Editor & Proprietor of "The 
	Commercial," aged 67 years 3 months 14 days.
	M	On Wed evening the 3d inst., by the Rev. Mr. CARSON, Rev. Sam'l M. FROST, of the North Carolina 
	Conference, to Miss Joanna Lea, only daughter of Beverly ROSE, Esq., of Fayetteville.
08 Aug 1853
	D	On Sun night after lingering illness, Mrs. Elizabeth HENDERSON, aged about 75 years; funeral this 
	evening at 5 pm at the Episcopal Church.
	D	At the residence of her son, Dan'l McDIARMID, in this county, on the 23d ult., Mrs. Ann McDIARMID, in 
	the 81st year of her age; 60 years communicant Presbyterian Church.  MORE
	D	In this county on the 30th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth BETHEA, relict of the late John BETHEA & daughter of the 
	late Lewis ATKINS, aged 71 years.
	D	In Moore Co by falling into a 56 foot well, Mr. Sylvanus BROWN; lived 4 hours.
	D	At Chester PA on Mon morning, the 1st inst., Margaretta B., wife of Rev. James O. STEDMAN & 
	daughter of Mr. Isaac HARBERT of Philadelphia.
	M	In Moore Co, on the 28th ult., by Wm. CAMPBELL, Esq., Mr. Murdoch FERGUSON to Miss Mary, only 
	daughter of Peter McINTYRE, Esq.  Poem
11 Aug 1853
	D	In Columbia Co FL on the 18th ult., Mr. Nevin McLERAN, aged about 53 years; native of this county; 
	leaves large family in FL & numerous relatives & friends in this county.
15 Aug 1853
	D	In Robeson Co on the 5th inst., Mrs. Jenett, consort of John H. McMILLAN, Esq.
	D	At the residence of his father in this county on the 8th inst., Mr. Farquhard C. ARMSTRONG, Jr., in the 
	28th year of his age.
	D	In Milton FL on the 29th ult., after a sudden, short & painful illness, Mr. Anthony W. HORTON, Sr., 
	formerly of Fayetteville, in the 49th year of his age.  Husband & father.
	D	In Wilmington on the 8th inst., Mary E., consort of Thomas W. DUNHAM, aged 22 years.
	D	In Sampson Co on the 31st ult., Mr. William FRYER, Jr., aged 28 years, son of Mr. Wm. FRYER, Sr.
	M	On Thurs evening last by Rev. John DEPO, Mr. Richard D. DAVIS to Miss Lucy McDONALD, all of this 
	town.
18 Aug 1853
	M	In Bladen Co on the 14th inst., at the residence of Robert HALES, by Stephen HAIR, Esq., Mr. Travis 
	BEDSOLE to Miss Martha Jane BRYAN, all of Bladen.
22 Aug 1853
	D	In this town this morning at 6 am A. M. William, infant son of James & Hannah McGILVARY, aged 8 days.
	  Funeral tomorrow at 10 am from Maiden Lane.
	D	At Smithville on the 13th inst., of consumption, Mr. John T.RUSS, native of Bladen Co but for the past 20
	 years resident of Wilmington, aged 40 years.
	D	In Wilmington on the 18th inst., Mrs. Harriet LaSPEYRE, the last surviving child of Gen. John ASHE of 
	Revolutionary memory, aged 86 years.
	F	North Carolinian:  Fire alarm on Thursday night was caused by discovering the stable in the rear of Maj.
	 A. M. CAMPBELL's dwelling to be on fire.  No damage done.
25 Aug 1853
	D	In Sampson Co on the 12th inst., Silas HERRING, Esq., in the 49th year of his age after a painful illness 
	of about 5 days.  Papers published in Tallahassee FL, copy.
	D	At Kenansville on the 16th inst., after a painful & protracted illness, Mr. Charles H. MOORE, aged 25 
	years 9 months.
29 Aug 1853
	D	On 28 Jun last Sally Ann, only daughter of J. W. & W. E. HOOKER.  Also on the 18th inst., W. E. wife of 
	J. W. HOOKER, of Chatham.
	D	In Raleigh on Thurs, 18th inst., Dr. Simmons J. BAKER, in his 79th year.
	D	On the 17th ult., of fever, in Harrison Co, TX, at the residence of his uncle Dushee SHAW, Angus 
	Gilchrist McBRYDE, son of Malcom McBRYDE of Robeson Co NC in the 15th year of his age.
	D	In Germanton, Stokes Co, on the 15th inst., after an illness of 10 days, James Cooper, aged 11 weeks, 
	infant son of Dr. Wm. W. & Olivia G. STEDMAN.
	D	At her residence in Richmond Co on the 16th inst., in the 27th year of her age, after protracted illness, 
	Mrs. Martha H. FAIRLY, consort of Robert N. FAIRLY, and youngest daughter of the late William 
	CRAWFORD.  Member Methodist Episcopal Church; leaves 12 month old daughter.
	F	North Carolinian:  Attempt made to burn the Warehouse in the rear of Messrs. STEDMAN & HORNE's 
	Store Thursday night last about 1 am; put out before consumed building.  Third incendiary attempt 
	within last few days.
	M	On the 21st inst., by Dr. Henry M. FOUST, Mr. Jacob MOORE to Miss Nancy WILSON; all of Randolph 
	Co.
	M	In Pensacola, FL, on 21 Jul by the Rev. Mr. FLOWER, Warren Quincy DOW, Esq., to Miss Jeanie 
	Cameron, daughter of the Hon. Walker ANDERSON, formerly of NC.
01 Sep 1853
	D	In Bladen Co, of Bilious Fever, on the 26th inst., Solomon, second son of Neill MacGILL, Esq.
	05 Sep 1853
	D	In this place on the 2d inst., Charles Sidney, infant son of James & H. M. BANKS.
	D	In Carroll Co MS on the 15th ult., Mr. John McMILLAN, aged 80 years, formerly of Robeson Co, NC, but 
	for the last 15 years resident of MS.
	D	At her residence in Richmond Co on the 16th in the 27th year of her age, after protracted illness, Mrs. 
	Martha H. FAIRLY, consort of Robert N. FAIRLY & youngest daughter of the late William CRAWFORD.
	D	At the house of his son-in-law, Joshua STANLEY, in Guilford Co NC, on the morning of 8 Aug 1853, 
	Nathan HUNT, in the 95th year of his age.  Member Springfield Monthly Meeting; approved Minister of 
	the Gospel in the Society of Friends for more than 60 years.
05 Sep 1853
	D	On the 2d inst., at the residence of D. J. McALISTER, Esq., near Great Swamp, Robeson Co, Mr. 
	Bennett ENNIS, of Johnston Co, quite an intelligent youth of 22 years; on a visit to friends.  Buried in 
	native county.
	M	In this town on the 1st inst., by John P. LEONARD, Esq., Mr. James CHAPEL of Montgomery Co to Miss 
	Ann CAMPBELL of this county.
	M	In Columbia Co FL on the 11th ult., by the Rev. S. F. HALIDAY of the Presbyterian Church, Charles A. 
	M. MITCHELL, Esq., Attorney at Law of Ocala to Miss Elizabeth A., eldest daughter of Mr. William O. 
	JEFFREYS.
	M	Near Lumberton on the 27th ult., by Charles STATON, Esq., Rev. James R. BURCHETT to Miss Eliza 
	RONE, all of Robeson.
08 Sep 1853
	D	Near Floral College on the 31stult., Mrs. Ann KELLY, aged 55, wife of Mr. James KELLY, of Robeson; 8 
	months illness.  MORE
	M	In Aspen Grove, Wake Co, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Drury LACY, D.D., Mr. Isaac PROCTER, of 
	Raleigh, to Miss Eliza Jane, youngest daughter of Benj. MARRIOTT, Esq.
12 Sep 1853
	D	Near Hillsborough on the night of the 2nd inst., Jane D., youngest daughter of Francis N. & Elizabeth D. 
	WADDELL, aged 20 years.
	D	Yesterday, Mrs. Martha WARDEN, relict of the late William WARDEN, Esq.   Funeral this afternoon at 4 
	pm; citizens of Fayetteville invited.  MORE obit
	M	In Warren Co on the 1st inst., by the Rev. John B. WHITE, President of Wake Forest College, Mr. 
	William G. SIMMONS of Montgomery Co to Miss Mary E., daughter of Henry A. FOOTE.
15 Sep 1853
	D	In Onslow Co, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Mary Ann, relict of John SANDERS, aged 75 years.
	D	On the 7th inst., at his residence in Granville Co, NC, Maj. John S. EATON, in the 50th year of his age.
	D	At his plantation in AL on the 18th ult., of congestive Typhoid Fever, Gen. Nicholson WASHINGTON, of 
	NC, in the 69th year of his age.
	I	Letter 8 Sep 1853 from Albemarle, NC:  Hon. J. D. TOOMER was attacked on Monday morning last with 
	paralysis; returned home to Pittsborough.  Affects only one side.
	M	At Zion, Montgomery Co, in the Temperance Hall, on Tues evening, the 30th ult., by J. H. 
	MONTGOMERY, Esq., Mr. John BOGGAN to Miss Martha JOHNSON of Swift Island.
19 Sep 1853
	D	In Chatham Co on the 2d ult., Mrs. Mahala Howard BURNS, wife of Wm. Minter BURNS, Esq., aged 57.
	D	At the residence of David GASTER in Moore Co, on the 16th ult., Nancy Elizabeth GASTER, infant 
	daughter of John & Frances GASTER, aged 5 years 7 days.  Also, at the same place, on the 18th ult., 
	Frances GASTER, wife of John M. GASTER, in the 23d year of her age.  Member M. E. Church.  MORE
	D	In Lexington, on 30 Aug, Mrs. Elizabeth HARGRAVE, wife of Mr. Hamilton HARGRAVE, in the 34th year 
	of her age.
	D	Near Harleesville, Marion District, SC., on the 6th ult., in the 64th year of his age, Mr. John McKAY, of 
	Hydro-Thorax.  Devoted husband, affectionate father, indulgent master.  Member Presbyterian church.  
	Leaves wife, 6 children.  Long obit by J. McK. ALFORD.
	D	In this town on Fri night last, Catharine Ann Harris, daughter of James G. & Martha C. SMITH, aged 3 
	years.  Long poem
	D	In this town on the 3d inst., Mr. Absalom SNOW, aged about 67 years.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 8th inst., Fitzrandolph, aged 2 years 5 months 20 days, son of F. R. & Margaret 
	McNEILL.
	D	In Petersburg, on the 5th inst., George Walker, 2d son of Walker A. CAMERON.  And on the 7th, 
	Elizabeth P., wife of Walker A. CAMERON.
	D	Negro man murdered in Lumberton on Sat last by 3 white men named GODWIN, JOHNSON & HALL.  
	GODWIN has been arrested & is in Lumberton jail.  Others made their escape.
	D	In Stanly Co, on the 5th inst., Richard STOKER, esq., aged 81 years 5 months 3 days.  Member Baptist 
	Church over 60 years.
	D	Perrin BUSBEE, distinguished lawyer of Raleigh, Reporter of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of NC,
	 suddenly, on Fri evening last.
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Gen. James J. McKAY of Bladen Co, suddenly at Mrs. BORDEN's Hotel in 
	Goldsboro' at 7:45 yesterday evening of bilious or cram cholic in the 65th year of his age.  Firm 
	Democrat; 16 years member of congress from this district. MORE
	D	At Alfordswville on the 13th ult., Corrylla John, infant daughter of Cpt. John W. ALFORD, aged about 18 
	months.
	M	In Mocksville, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. J. RANKIN, Mr. Thomas D. GRUET of Wadesborough, to Miss
	 Ellen M. SMITH.
	M	In Lumberton on the 14th inst. by T. A. NORMENT, Esq., Mr. Wm. B. BLAKE to Miss Susan O. KING, 
	daughter of Reuben KING, Esq., all of Robeson.
	M	In Stanly Co  on the 13th inst., by the Rev. Mr. ERVING, Mr. Wm. HARRIS to Miss Martha M. MOSS.
26 Sep 1853
	D	Hope H. SLATTER, well known & wealthy Negro trader of Mobile, in that city on the 15th inst.  Formerly 
	resident of this place for a few months.
	D	In this town, on the 23d inst., Col. Elijah FULLER, aged 43 years 3 months 16 days.
	M	At the residence of Judge BAILEY, near Hillsborough, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. Dr. WHEAT, Henry 
	M. WADDELL, Esq., of Chapel Hill, to Miss Elizabeth B. BROWNRIGG, of Columbus, MS.
	M	In this town, on Thurs morning, the 22d inst., by the Rev. Mr. FROST, Mr. Robert DODD to Miss 
	Frances W. ELAM, all of this town.
	M	In this town on the 22d inst., by Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. David SIKES of Bladen Co, to Miss Isabella 
	COOK of Fayetteville.
29 Sep 1853
	D	In this town, this morning, John J. F., son of Wm. J. & Mary L. YATES, aged 1 year 8 months.  Funeral 
	tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, from their residence on Haymount.
	D	In this town, last evening, Miss Isabella SMITH, daughter of Farquhard SMITH, Esq., of this county.
	M	In Cumberland Co on the 15th inst., by the Rev. T. G. WHITAKER, R. D. ATCHISON, Esq., of Smithfield, 
	to Miss Mary Margaret, daughter of Hector STEWART, dec'd.  Also, by the same & at the same time, Mr.
	 W. J. CLEMENTS of Cumberland to Miss Elizabeth N. daughter of said Hector STEWART, dec'd.
	M	In Putnam, Muskingum Co, OH, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Mr. LEONARD, Asa A. BROWN, of 
	Wilmington, to Miss Rowena S. CUSHING, of Putnam.
	M	In Wayne Co, on the 22d inst., by Geo. W. COLLIER, Esq., Mr. Jacob G. BECTON to Miss Elizabeth E., 
	daughter of john E. BECTON, Esq.
	M	At Laurinburgh, Richmond Co, by Rev. Geo. GIBBS, on the 22d inst., Mr. Hayes W. BEATTY to Miss 
	Catharine, youngest daughter of the late Neill McLAURIN.
03 Oct 1853
	D	At Pensacola, after 2 days' illness of yellow fever, Dr. Daniel L. BRYAN, US Navy.  Leaves affianced 
	bride.
	D	In Orton, Brunswick Co, on the 26th ult., Wm. McKEITHAN, of Typhoid Fever, in the 26th year of his 
	age.
	D	At his residence near Hillsborough on Sun the 25th inst., in the 63d year of his age, the Rev. John 
	WITHERSPOON, D. D., for many years Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Hillsborough.
	D	In Montgomery Co, NC, on the 8th ult., Mrs. Eliza WIlSON, aged 24 years 8 months.
	D	Tribute of Respect: I. O. O. F. meeting 23d ult., death of Past Grand Master Perrin BUSBEE of Manteo 
	Lodge No 8, at Raleigh, being announced Past Grands James G. COOK & Charles LUTTERLOH 
	appointed to prepare suitable resolutions of respect.  30 Sep resolutions unanimously adopted.  John 
	SMITH, Sec'y.  MORE
	D	In Wilmington, on the 15th ult., Mary SIMASON, consort of James E. SIMASON, aged 18 years.
	M	On the 22d inst., by John SHEPHARD, Esq., Mr. Arch'd DALRYMPLE to Miss Sarah, daughter of Daniel 
	WELDON, Esq., all of Moore Co.
	M	At Powellton, Richmond Co, NC, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. A. D. BLACKWOOD, Mr. F. L. 
	ALSOBROOK of SC to Miss Sallie F., second daughter of P. M. POWELL, Esq.
06 Oct 1853
	D	At the residence of his son, George D. HOOPER, Esq., near Crawford, Russell Co, AL, on 25 Sep 1853,
	 Archibald MacLaine HOOPER, Esq., a native of Wilmington, NC, born 7 Dec 1775.  Widow & 3 sons - 1 
	in NC & 2 in AL - are survivors.  Interred with the rites of the Episcopal Church, in Columbus, GA.
	D	At Wilmington, on the 2d inst., William KirkPATRICK, a native of Scotland, lately in the employent of the 
	Brother's Steam Boat Company.
10 Oct 1853
	D	Chief Justice DARGAN of the Supreme Court of AL died of yellow fever on Mon last; native of NC 
	(brother of A. J. DARGAN, Esq., of Wadesborough).
	D	Tribute of Respect, students of Richmond Academy, NC:  Wed, 5 Oct, at 11:00, Mr. Daniel McNEILL 
	died, companion & schoolmate. Alexander C. CAMPBELL, Chairman; Neill D. JOHNSON, Secretary.  
	MORE
	D	In Johnston Co, on the 24th ult., after a very short illness of congestive fever, Miss Elizabeth F. SNEED, 
	2nd daughter of Robert W. SNEED, Esq., in the 23d year of her age.  Long Obit
	D	On the 29th ult., at her residence in Moore Co, Upper Little River, Mrs. Mary McIVER, in the 80th year of
	 her age.  MORE
	D	In Richmond Co, on the 15th ult., at the residence of her father, Narcissa K., daughter of John C., and 
	Susan BAKER, aged 10 years 4 months.
	D	In Chatham on 19 Sep, of bilious congestive fever, James TAYLOR, Esq., a useful & highly respected 
	citizen, in the 54th year of his age.
	D	Inquest held on the body of an infant child found in a branch in Robeson Co on the 6th inst.  Verdict 
	wilful murder by mother, free woman of color named Arrah CARTER.
	M	In this vicinity, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. John BUIE, Mr. John VAUGHN to Miss Catharine RUSSEL.
	M	In Iredell Co, on 28 Sep, at the house of Mr. Joseph F. GILLESPIE, by the Rev. Stephen FRONTIS, Mr. 
	John C. HARGRAVE to Miss Catharine F. SLOAN.
	M	In Greensboro' on the 4th inst., by Rev. N. H. D. WILSON, Mr. John D. DONNELL, to Miss Susan 
	BENCINI.
	M	In this town on Thurs evening last, by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. Thomas A. E. EVANS to Miss Kate 
	HAWLEY, youngest daughter of the late Maj. W. L. HAWLEY.
13 Oct 1853
	D	Members of Bar of Bladen 5th ult., now assembled at Elizabethtown have heard of death of late friend 
	and professional brother, the Hon. James J. McKAY; resolution of respect.  Mentions Judge Thomas 
	SETTLE, J. G. SHEPPERD, J. G. McDUGALD, R. F. TROY, C. G. WRIGHT, Robert. STRANGE, Hon. 
	John D. TOOMER
	D	Mrs. Lucy MARSHALL, age 100 years 2 months, died in Warren Co NC on Sun, 26 Sep.
	D	At the residence of his sister-in-law in Robeson Co, on the 5th inst., of Pneumonia, Dougald 
	McDOUGALD, of Cumberland Co, aged about 66 years.
	D	In Mecklenburg Co, NC, on Fri, the 30th ult., Mrs. Sarah Donaldson WATTS, wife of the Rev. A. L. 
	WATTS & daughter of the late john McMILLAN, of this town.
	D	In Montgomery Co, on the 3d inst., Mrs. Lucbetia [sic] RUSH, consort of Benj. RUSH, Sen'r, in the 74th 
	year of her age.  Devoted Christian, for 55 years member Methodist Episcopal Church.  MORE
	M	On the 6th ult., by E. L. BARRINGER, Esq., Mr. D. C. MEAULY to Miss Palestine G. BRUTON, all of 
	Montgomery Co.
17 Oct 1853
	D	At his residence in AL on the 30th ult., after an illness of 2 days, from rheumatism in the heart, Mr. 
	Sterling CAIN, 2nd son of Mr. William CAIN, Sr., of Oragne Co.
	D	In Anson Co on the 30th ult., John LEE, aged about 75 years.  Also, on the 27th, Mrs. Frances BITTLE, 
	wife of John H. BITTLE, in the 46th year of her age.  Also, on the 11th inst., Alfred S. REDFEARN.
	D	In this county on the 8th inst., Flora McAlister McDUGALD, 2nd daughter of Neil & Mary McDUGALD, 
	age 6 years.
	M	In this vicinity on Thurs afternoon last, by the Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Mr. Duncan McLAURIN, of the firm
	 of D. & W. McLAURIN, to Miss Elizabeth ECCLES, daughte rof John D. ECCLES, Esq.
	M	At Christ Church, Raleigh, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Mr. SMEDES, the Hon. Robert STRANGE of 
	Fayetteville to Mrs. Margaret NELSON of Raleigh.
20 Oct 1853
	D	In Raleigh on the 20th ult., Mary Gorman, infant daughter of Peyton P. & Priscilla A. WILLIAMS.
	D	Wilmington Herald:  Regret to learn by an officer of the Army who passed through this town on Sun last 
	en route for the North that Brevet Brigadier Genearl Thos. CHIlDS, U.S.A., died at Fort Brooke at or 
	near Tampa Bay, FL, of yellow fever.  Taken sick on the 7th, died on the 8th inst.  Served through 
	Mexican War with distinction; family are at Fort Johnson, Smithville.
	D	At Ridgeway, on Mon, 10 Oct, of croup, Mary Louisa, youngest child of J. DeBerniere & M. HOOPER
	D	In Sampson Co on the 8th inst., Mary E., daughter of H. J. & Penelope C. HOBBS, in the 6th year of her 
	age.
	D	At the residence of Mr. Sam'l MIMS in this vicinity on Mon night 17th inst., Mrs. Frances H., aged 25 
	years, wife of Mr. Jackson JOHNSON of this place, & only daughter of the late Joshua MIMS of 
	Columbus Co, NC.
	M	On the 11th inst., by Rev. John A. McMANNEN, Mr. Edwin M. HOLT, of Alamance, and Miss Mary L., 
	daughter of Harrison PARKER, Esq., of Orange.
24 Oct 1853
	D	In Richmond Co on the 19th inst., Harrison W., eldest son of Benjamin H. & Mary A. COVINGTON, aged 
	4 years 10 months.
	D	In Asheville on the 1st inst., in the 29th year of his age, Samuel M. McDOWELL, Esq., eldest son of Col. 
	Charles McDOWELL of Quaker Meadows, Burke Co.
	M	In Raleigh, on the 19th inst., by Rev. Benjamin H. RICE, DD, Thomas DEWEY, Esq., Cashier of the Bank
	 of Charlotte, to Bessie, daughter of the Rev. Dr. LACY.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 6th inst., by the Rev. Chandler P. JONES, John W. PAGE, M. D. of Wake Co, to 
	Miss Martha Annabella, daughter of John R. BUIE, dec'd.
27 Oct 1853
	D	On the 15th ult., on the plantation of Edmund B. RICHARDSON in Bladen Co NC, a slave aged 110 
	years named JUDY.  One of 8 slaves who nearly 60 years ago were first settlers on the plantation where
	 she died within 1 mile of the Cape Fear River.  Within 5 miles lived William PRIDGEN, whose death at 
	the age of 122 years was recorded some 4 or 5 years ago.  MORE
	D	On Tues night last, at her residence in the vicinity of this town, Mrs. Sylvia POTTER, wife of the Hon. 
	Henry POTTER, Judge of the District Court of the US for NC.  Aged & devout member Presbyterian 
	church, for more than 40 years a Christian.  MORE
	D	In this county on the 11th inst., at the residence of Mr. Gilbert SHAW, Mrs. Mary RAY, native of island of 
	Islay, Scotland, aged 92 years 5 months.
	D	On 6 Oct, in the 29th year of her age, near Pekin, Montgomery Co, NC, Mrs. Jane GADD, consort of 
	Pinkckney GADD & daughter of Hector McKENZIE.  Left 3 small children.
	D	Murder:  Negro man belonging to Dr. John McKAY was killed by being shot with a pistol at a corn 
	shucking in the upper end of this county a week or two ago by a young man named CUTTS who made 
	his escape.  Mother of CUTTS, esteemed as a good woman, sorely afflicted; her husband was drowned 
	when in a state of intoxication; a son was killed in a rencontre; now another son has committed murder 
	and fled.
	D	On the 5th inst., near Galveston TX, Mrs. Mary MOSES, wife of Dr. MOSES & eldest daughter of the late
	 Col. Samuel ASHE of NC.
	D	On 15 Aug last, Ann, daughter of Duncan & Mary JOHNSON, aged 1 year 3 days.  Also, at the 
	residence of his son Duncan JOHNSON, on 6 Oct, Mr. Neill JOHNSON, aged 86 years.  Native of 
	Argyleshire, Scotland, but for the last 50 years citizen of Richmond Co, NC.  Also, on 14 Oct, Mrs. Mary 
	JOHNSON, wife of Duncan JOHNSON, aged 31 years; number of years Christian; leaves husband, 
	several small children.
	M	On the 18th inst., in Orange Co, Rev. F. M. JORDAN of Montgomery Co to Miss Susan HALMAN, 
	daughter of Samuel HALMAN, Esq.
	M	On the 20th inst., in Richmond Co, Mr. Marion JONES to Miss ---- BOSTICK; all of Richmond.
	M	In Columbus, on the 19th inst., by W. ROUSE, Esq., Mr. George W. SIKES to Mrs. Ann J. SWINDELL, all 
	of Columbus Co.
31 Oct 1853
	D	In Bladen Co on the 17th inst., from the effect of a wound received on the head by a limb being thrown 
	back from a falling tree, Mr. David C. HADDOCK, a respected youth.  Son of Temperance for seveal 
	years.  Leaves father, mother, 1 sister, 2 brothers, many other relations & friends.  Poem.
	D	At Augusta GA on the 20th inst., after a short illness of congestion of the brain, John SPRINGS, Esq., of 
	Charlotte, NC, in the 71st year of his age.
	D	In Bladen Co on the 23d ult., Mrs. Lucy G. MUNROE, wife of the Rev. H. A. MUNROE & daughter of 
	Isaac WRIGHT, Esq., in the 40th year of her age.  Wife, mother.  Long obit.
	M	In Columbus Co on the 19th inst., by E. D. RICHARDSON, Esq., Mr. Isaac G. LONG, of Horry Dist SC to 
	Miss Ingabo B., daughter of Col. John GORE.
	M	Near Lumberton on the 21st inst., by Rev. J. B. MARTIN, Mr. W. B. HALL, formerly of Fayetteville, to 
	Miss Sarah CALDWELL, 2nd duaghter of Benj. CALDWELL, Esq., of Lumberton.
	M	In Duplin Co on the 13th isnt., by N. B. WHITFIELD, Esq., John MALLARD of Jones Co, to Miss Viana 
	JONES, daughter of David JONES, Esq., of Duplin.
	M	On the 27th inst., at Rockingham, Richmond Co, by the Rev. E. E. FREEMAN, the Rev. Rob't S. 
	LEDBETTER to Miss Martha Jane STEELE, youngest daughter of Rob't J. STEELE, Esq.
	M	In this vicinity on the 27th inst., by Rev. Samuel M. FROST, Mr. Daniel McRAE to Mrs. Mary V. BEVEL.
	M	On the 25th inst., in this county, on Black River, by S. R. HAWLEY, Esq., Mr. Malcom McALPHIN to Miss 
	Mary McMILLAN; all of this county.
	M	In Wilmington on the 18th inst., by Rev. Wm. H. BOBBITT, Mr. E. A. MOTT, of that place, to Miss Sophie 
	ROBESON, formerly of Bladen.
03 Nov 1853
	D	Goldsboro' Republican:  Murder committedin Lenoir Co on the 30th ult., by Richard B. WARTERS, who 
	struck Blaney ALLEN over the head with a gun,c ausing almost instantaneous death.
	D	Raleigh Star:  Fri last Samuel Parker PERRY executed for murder of his wife.  Confessed, stating he 
	threw her body in a well; claims she was murdered by an old Negro.  Possible collusion.  MORE
	I	South Carolinian:  Accident on Wilmington & Manchester Railroad Friday evening last viciinity of Marion 
	Court House; Dr. F. L. ZEMP of Camden had leg injured.  MORE
	M	In this town on Tues morning, the 1st inst., by Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Dr. H. A. McSWAIN & Fanny 
	Huntington, daughter of Thos. J. CURTIS Esq.  All of this town.
07 Nov 1853
	D	In Simpson Co MS on Sabbath morning 4 Sep, Mrs. Effy McNAIR, wife of Alexander McNAIR, formerly of 
	Richmond Co NC, in her 78th year; long member of Presbyterian Church; more
	D	On 12 Oct last, Mrs. Mary Jane McDUFFIE, wife of Nathan K. McDUFFIE, and daughter of the late 
	Michael D. KING, in the 32d year of her age, after a long protracted illness of consumption.
	D	In Wilmington, suddenly, of apoplexy, on the 3d inst., Jethro BALLARD, Esq., aged 50 years 5 months.
	D	In Chicago, IL, on 17 Aug last, Mrs. Eliza Jane WILLKINGS, wife of John A. WILLKINGS of Grenada, MS, 
	and daughter of Peter GAUSE of Brunswick Co, NC, aged 36.
	D	In Cheraw SC on Thurs, 20 Oct, of bilious fever, Wilson Gilchrist, aged 3 years, son of the Rev. J. C. 
	COIT of that place.
	D	In Anson Co on 11 Oct of convulsions, Benjamin Huntley, son of William C. & Emeline FLAKE, aged 5 
	years.  Also, on the 29th ult., Mr. James P. LILES, eldest son of Amos LILES, aged 17 years 9 months.
	D	In Richmond Co near Montpelier on Sat, 15 Oct, at 5:00 am, Mrs. Mary LEITCH, consort of Dugald 
	LEITCH, in the 74th year of her age.  On the same day at 3:00 pm, Mr. Dugald LEITCH in the 78th year 
	of his age.  Autumn 1803 they emigrated from village of Kilamhoire, North Knapdail Argyleshire, 
	Scotland.  Married upwards of 50 years.  Presbyterians.
	D	In Richmond Co on Fri 21 Oct, Mrs. Catharine Monroe GRAHAM, consort of John C. GRAHAM, Esq., in 
	the 37th year of her age.  Long obit
	D	In DeSoto Co, MS, on 15 Oct, of typhoid fever, Rufus DIGGS, eldest son of Garland C & Jane DIGGS, 
	aged 24 years.  Born & raised in Anson Co NC.
	D	Young man named J. R. FAIRCLOTH, was burned to death in this county on the night of the 26th ult.  
	MORE
	I	Mr. Henry SIKES had his leg badly broken Saturday last by being thrown from a vehicle whilst the horse 
	was running away.  Jacob MILLER, carrier of this paper, had arm broken by being thrown from a horse.
	M	In Raleigh on Wed morning last by the Rev. Drury LACY, Mr. E. O. MACY to Miss A. L. HARDIE.
	M	In Greenville, NC, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. Stephen JOHNSON, Walter S. HANRAHAN, Esq., of Pitt 
	Co, to Miss Sarah C. WORTHINGTON, formerly of New Berne NC.
	M	On the 30th ult., by Aaron D. HESDEN, Esq., Mr. L. B. CREWS to Miss Nancy A. HINSON; all of Chatham.
	M	In Wadesboro', on Wed evening last, by Rev. Thomas MITCHELL, Mr. Caswell H. STURDIVANT and 
	Miss Lizzie P. KENDALL.
10 Nov 1853
	D	In Wilmington, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Hetty W. WOOD, formerly of Nantucket MA, in the 75th year of her 
	age.  Also, on the 6th inst., Jane, youngest daughter of Zeno H. & Emily GREENE, aged 12 months.  
	Also, on the 4th inst., Mrs. Margaret, wife of Mr. A. MINDELL, aged 49 years 17 days, native of Germany.
	D	In Chatham Co, on the 4th ult., Mrs. Amy M. CLEGG, consort of Mr. George CLEGG, in the 27th year of 
	her age.
	D	In Tishamingo, MS, on the 9th ult., Mrs. Mary E. BYNUM, in the 36th year of her age, native of Chatham 
	Co, NC, and wife of W. A. BYNUM.
	D	In Robeson Co, on the 30th ult., Mrs. Mary DUNCAN, wife of Jacob DUNCAN, Esq., in the 72d year of 
	her age; many years member Presbyterian Church.  MORE
	M	At the residence of Mr. A. BLUE, near Harlleesville, Marion Dist., SC, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. Neill 
	McDONALD, Mr. Neill THOMPSON of Robeson Co NC to Miss Mary A. CAMPBELL of Marion District SC.
	M	On the 3d inst., by the Rev. A. W. MARSHAL, D.D., Mr. Wm. Law WILSON, of Darlington, SC, to Miss 
	Adeline Alice, daughter of the late John S. STINEMITZ, of Cheraw, Chesterfield District, SC.
	M	In Columbia Co FL on 20 Oct by the Rev. S. F. HOLLIDAY, of the Presbyterian Church, Amos L. DELL, 
	Esq., of Alachua Co, to Miss Mary Eliza, second daughter of Mr. William O. JEFFREYS.
14 Nov 1853
	D	Near Hackney's Cross Roads, Chatham Co, on 21 Oct, in the 18th year of her age, Sarah E. HINTON, 
	daughter of the late Albert G. HINTON.
	D	In Montgomery Co on the 31st ult., after an illness of 13 days, Joshua Alexander MARTIN, son of Angus 
	& Annmaranda MARTIN, in the 13th year of his age.
	M	In Greenville on the 1st inst., Mr. T. R. CHERRY to Miss Sally Ann JOHNSON.
	M	In Duplin Co, on the 8th inst., Miss Kitty Ann WELLS to Law. BADGER, Editor Daily Glove, Portsmouth, 
	VA.
	M	 In this county on the 2d inst., by Rev. David S. WILLIAMS, Mr. Ezekiel M. KING to Miss Sarah E. 
	McNEILL, daughter of Alex. McNEILL, dec'd.
17 Nov 1853
	D	At an advanced age on the 8th inst., in Chesterfield Dist., SC, Duncan Crawford.  For more than 50 
	years a Presbyterian.
	M	In Windsor, Bertie Co, on the 9th inst., ex.Gov. John BRANCH of Enfield, to Mrs. Mary BOND of Windsor.
	M	In Clinton, Sampson Co, on the 8th inst., by Thos. M. LEE, Esq., James M. OUTLAW of Duplin Co to 
	Miss Martha L., daughter of Bold Robin HOOD, Esq., of Clinton.
21 Nov 1853
	D	In Bladen Co, on the 14th inst., Mrs. Isabella BLACK, widow of Daniel BLACK, aged about 75 years.
	D	Corbin EDWARDS of Wake Co was drowned, with his horse, in attempting to cross the Yadkin River at 
	the Trading Ford on the 10th inst.
	D	At his residence in this vicinity on Thurs night last after a brief illness, James BAKER, Esq., aged 61, 
	Register for Cumberland Co and formerly merchant of this town.  MORE
	D	In this county on the 3d inst., Alex. McLEOD, native of Scotland, aged 53 years.
	M	At Springfield, Richmond Co, NC, on the 17th inst., by Alex. C. McKINNON, Esq., Mr. William B. 
	McMILLAN to Miss Harriet Ann McNAIR, all of said county.
	M	In this town on the 17th inst. By J. P. LEONARD, Esq., Mr. Wm. ARNETT to Miss Susan ELLMORE.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 5th inst. By Rev. George W. HUFHAM at the residence of Isaac LANE, Esq., Mr. 
	Isham R. FAISON of Duplin to Miss Virginia J. FAISON.
	M	In Clinton on Thurs, 17th inst., by Rev. C. P. JONES, Dr. L. J. ROSE of Cumberland to Miss Portia 
	Augustus, daughter of Dr. Wm. McKAY of that place.
	M	In this county on the 10th inst. By James S. HARRINGTON, Esq., Mr. William McLEOD to Miss Anne J. 
	McNEILL, daughter of Hector McNEILL (tailor)
	M	On the 15th inst. By the Rev. John DEPO, Mr. William SKIPPER to Miss Emeline McPHAIL, all of this 
	county.
23 Nov 1853
	D	At Newbern on Sat last after a lingering illness of some years, Mrs. Eliza VAIL, in the 71st year of her 
	age.
28 Nov 1853
	D	Magistrates of Cumberland Co to meet at the Court House in Fayetteville Thurs, 8 Dec, to fill Office of 
	Register made vacant by death of Jas. BAKER, Esq. Order of the Chairman J. McLAURIN.
	D	On the 15th inst. Brother William WALL, Jr., per resolution by the Carolina Lodge No. 141, A.Y.M., 18 
	Nov 1853.  Stephen W. COLE, W. S. KENDALL, B. M. THOMPSON, committee; Carolina Female 
	College, NC.
	D	In Anson Co on the 16th inst., Mrs. Delilah TRAYWICK, wife of Asa TRAYWICK, in the 48th year of her 
	age.  Also, near Lilesville, on the 17th inst., Miss Elizabeth WILSON, in the 39th year of her age.  Also, 
	on the 23d, Mr. John BAILEY, aged near 100.
	D	In Wadesborough on the 18th inst., Mr. Randal McKAY in the 33d year of his age.  Also on the 25th 
	Walter Jones, infant son of Dr. Edmund F. ASHE.
	D	Letter from Lumberton dated 25 Nov 1853:  on 21st inst. J. C. McCORMICK, who lived about 12 miles 
	from Lumberton near Scuffletown, was murdered.  On 23d body was found in a branch; 24th jury of 
	inquest gave verdict of murder - cranium broken into half a dozen pieces.  Supposed to have been 
	done by Enoch CUMINGS & 2 of his sons; Enoch & one son are in prison; other son ran off.  MORE
	M	In Duplin Co on the 17th inst., by Isaac B. KELLY, Esq., Mr. Solomon HALL to Miss Mary C., daughter of 
	Wm. B. SOUTHERLAND, Esq.
01 Dec 1853
	M	In this county on the 29th inst., by Rev. S. Milton FROST, Rev. Joseph B. MARTIN, of the NC 
	Conference, to Miss Mary S. CARVER.
	M	On the 23d ult., by Rev. William LINEBERRY, P. M. CAMPBELL, Esq., or Moore, to Miss Elizabeth J. 
	ROGERS, daughter of Thos. ROGERS, Esq., of Chatham.
	M	In Randolph Co on the 22d inst., by the Rev. Geo. McNEILL, Mr. David A. POWELL of Richmond Co, to 
	Miss Amanda M., only daughter of H. DORSETT, Esq.
	M	On the 22d ult., by the Rev. Mr. OLMSTED, Mr. David H. ROGERS to Miss Emily Thomas FAUCETT, 
	eldest daughter of Robert FAUCETT, Esq., of Haywood, Chatham Co.
	M	On the 24th ult., by Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Mr. H. McDONALD to Miss Margaret A. McINNIS.
	05 Dec 1853
	D	Pedlar named STRAUSS was found in the highway, either in Bladen or Columbus, a few days ago, with 
	his throat cut.
	D	In this town, on Wed last, Mrs. Ann MIMS, consort of Mr. Samuel MIMS, in the 65th year of her age.  
	Many years member Baptist Church.
05 Dec 1853
	D	In this county, on the 24th ult., William Clarence, son of Jas. P. & F. E. HODGES, aged 2 years 11 
	months 10 days.
	D	At his residence near Floral College, Robeson Co, on the 5th ult., Mr. John WALKER, Sr., in the 76th 
	year of his age.  Emigrated about 50 years ago from village of Avery, North Knaipdaile, Argyleshire, 
	Scotland.  Presbyterian.  MORE
	D	In Elizabethtown, Bladen Co, on the 10th ult., Mary Jane McDUGALD, wife of James I. McDUGALD & 
	daughter of the late Hugh & Katharine MURPHY.  Presbyterian.
	D	At his residence in Chatham Co, on the 22d ult., John McPHERSON, Esq., in the 47th year of his age.  
	Kind & affectionate husband & father.
	D	In Lumberton on the 3d inst., Elizabeth Galena, 2nd daughter of J. M. & M. J. CARMICHAEL, late of 
	Marion District, SC.  Poem.
	D	At his residence in Alexandria, VA, on Wed last, Charles T. STUART, Esq., in the 57th year of his age.  
	Formerly resided this town.
	D	At Natchitoches, LA, of yellow fever, on the 3d ult., Miss Carole D. FALNNER, aged 26; & on the 6th, Dr.
	 Thomas J. FLANNER, aged 34, daughter & son of Bennet FLANNER, Esq., of Wilmington, NC.
	D	Rev. George W. CARAWAN tried last week at Washington, NC, for the murder of C. H. LASSITER in 
	Hyde Co Nov 1852; trial 7 days, verdict guilty.  CARAWAN had 2 pistols, shot Mr. WARREN above his 
	heart; also shot himself in head; he was 56 years old, had been for many years popular preacher in 
	Baptist Church.  LASSITER was a teacher who boarded at CARAWAN's house.
	M	In Chatham Co on the 1st inst., by Seth B. JONES, Esq., Mr. B. H. JONES to Miss E. S. A. RAGLAND, 
	daughter of Thomas RAGLAND, Esq.
08 Dec 1853
	D	In Pittsboro', on the 2nd inst., at the residnce of her father Green WOMACK, Lydia, wife of Mr. George 
	W. FOSHEE.  Presbyterian.
	D	Henry BEATTY, youth aged about 15, was accidentally shot through the body with his own pistol at 
	Clington on Sat last, livngered until Mon aft., wen he did.  Only son of Mrs. Eliza J. BEATTY, of that 
	place, & of the late Mr. Henry BEATTY, formerly of this town.
	D	In Wilmington on the 5th inst., Miss Catharine E. PRICE.  Also, on the 27th ult., of consumption, Mr. A. B.
	 CASEY, in the 27th year of his age.
	F	Fire broke out at 10 this morning in the basement of Mrs. Jas. H. HOOPER's dwelling, but prompty 
	extinguished; much damage to furniture.
	M	In Anson Co on the 28th ult., by John BROADAWAY, Esq., Thomas J. MORRIS & Miss Sarah J. FLOYD, 
	both of Anson.
	M	At Carolina College, on the 23d ult., Mr. John ROBINSON & Miss Araminta J. WATKINS, daughter of Dr. 
	C. WATKINS.
12 Dec 1853
	D	Mr. Geo. A. ELLIS, of Orange Co, accidentally came in contact with his circular saw & was so mangled 
	that he died in 24 hours.
	D	In Wilmington, on Fri aft., 9 Dec, Mr. Wm. M. HARTMANN, in the 41st year of his age.
	D	North Carolinian:  Arch'd SMITH was found dead near the Court House on Fri morning; cause supposed
	 to be intemperance & exposure.
15 Dec 1853
	D	In Raleigh, on the 6th inst., of pneumonia, Mr. Richard GREEN, Merchant, of Greensboro', formerly of 
	Raleigh.
19 Dec 1853
	D	In Weldon on the morning of the 12th inst., Col. W. F. S. ALSTON, formerly Editor of the NC Telegraph.
	D	In Wayne Co on Sat night, 10th inst., of apoplexy, Raiford HOOKS, in the 54th year of his age.
	I	Nat. Intel., 16th:  Hon. Mr. KERR of NC was yesterday called home because of dangerous illness of his 
	wife.
	M	On the 23d ult, by Rev. Hector McLEAN, Wm. H. BROWN, of Robeson to Miss Margaret C. 
	CARMICHAEL, of Marion District SC.
	M	In Chatham Co on the 7th inst., by A. G. HEADEN, Esq., Mr. John McCOY, of Cumberland, to Miss Emily 
	TYSOR, youngest daughter of Jordan TYSOR.
	M	In Marlborough District SC on the 19th ult., by Rev. Mr. MILES, Dr. James C. MULLINS, formerly of this 
	place, to Miss Artemisia DeBERRY, daughter of Henry DeBERRY, Esq., of that District.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 14th inst., by Rev. Colin SHAW, Col. J. G. McDUGALD of Bladen to Miss Mary 
	Amelia FAISON, daughter of Wm. FAISON, Esq., of Sampson.  Poem
	M	On the 8th inst., by Rev. H. McLEAN, Alexander B. CURRIE to Miss Harriet D. McPHATTER, all of 
	Robeson.
	M	On the 13th at Oakland, Bladen Co, by Rev. W. CROOK, John A. WOMACK, of Pittsboro' to Miss 
	Rebecca F. BROWN, daughter of the late John Bright BROWN, Esq.
	M	In this county on the 15th inst., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. Daniel J. McLEOD, of Fayetteville, to 
	Miss Sarah McGREGOR, daughter of Malcom McGREGOR, Esq.
	M	At Mountville, Moore Co, on the 11th ult., by Absalom KELLY, Esq., Mr. Moses OLIVER to Miss Winney 
	UNDERWOOD, all of Moore.
22 Dec 1853
	D	Raleigh Register:  Mrs. KERR, wife of the Hon. John KERR, died in Halifax Co on Mon.
	D	In this vicinity on Tues evening last, Mr. D. M. McDONALD.
	D	In Richmond Co on the 15th inst., Mr. John TERRY, aged 65 years.
	D	At Swift Island, Montgomery Co on the 3d inst., Mrs. Mary, wife of George W. MAKEPEACE, Esq., aged 
	27 years; leaves husband, 2 little children.  Long obit
	D	At Mt. Airy, NC, 5 Dec, Roslinetta, youngest child of Eng BUNKER, (one of the Siamese Twins), aged 2 
	years.
	M	On the 7th inst., by the Rev. F. H. RUSH, Mr. W. M. RUSH, of DeKalb, MS, and Miss Sarah Jane 
	MOORMAN, daughter of Benjamin MOORMAN, Esq., of Carroll Co, MS.  All formerly of Richmond Co, NC.
	M	In Montgomery Co on the 11th inst., by George COGGIN, Esq., Mr. A. E. HALL of Barnes' Creek to Miss 
	Martha J., daughter of Samuel HURLY, of Spencer's Creek; all of Montgomery.
26 Dec 1853
	D	In Wake Co, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Courtney WHITAKER, wife of Samuel WHITAKER, Sr., in the 65th 
	year of her age.
	M	On the 22d inst., by the Rev. S. M. FROST, Mr. W. W. FRIZELL to Miss Miriam P., daughter of Cpt. J. W.
	 WEISIGER, all of Fayetteville.
	M	In this place on the 22d inst., by the Rev. A. GILCHRIST, Bartholomew FULLER, Esq., to Miss 
	Wilhelmina, daughter of Wm. BELL, Esq.
29 Dec 1853
	D	In Wadesborough on Sun morning the 25th inst., Gen. James M. WADDILL, in his 43d year.  Catholic 
	Long Obit
	D	In Montgomery Co, on 14 Nov, Francis Whitfield LUTHER, son of Jeremiah LUTHER, Esq., age 2 years 
	2 months 2 days.
	D	Of Palsy at his residence near Rockingham, Richmond Co, on the 15th inst., Mr. John TERRY, in the 
	63d year of his age.
	D	At his residence in Chatham Co, on Sun the 20th inst., John ANDERS, aged 68 years 3 months 18 
	days.
	D	Charleston Courier:  Boilers of steamer Marlborough, Cpt. Wm. M. SMALLWOOD, exploded shortly after
	 8 am Thurs morning as she was backing out from Atlantic wharf en route to Cheraw & landings on Pee 
	Dee River.  Of 22 crew, 13 killed.  Body of Cpt. W. M. SMALLWOOD recovered, as was body of his 
	Chief Engineer Warren B. STONE.  Mate, Cpt. R. N. BULLEN, formerly of the Saranac, is missing.  MORE
	D	Hon. Brookins CAMPBELL, representative from TN, died at Washington City on Sun.
	M	On the 20th inst., by James S. HARRINGTON, Esq., Mr. Sion HARRINGTON (P.M. at Harrington's) to 
	Miss Mary, daughter of Col. Daniel McCORMICK.
	M	Near Rockingham, on Thurs the 22d inst., by the Rev. H. H. CROWSON, Mr. Aaron GIBSON to Miss 
	Jane FREEMAN, all of Richmond Co.
02 Jan 1854
	M	In Raleigh on the 22d, by Rev Wm. E. PELL, Mr. Wm. B. HUTCHINGS to Miss Anna Rebecca, eldest 
	daughter of the Rev. Daniel CULBRETH.
	M	In Richmond VA on the 27th ult., by the Rev. Dr. EMPIE, Adam EMPIE, Jr., of Wilmington, to Miss 
	Virginia GWATHMEY of Richmond.
	M	On the 28th ult., in the Presbyterian Church in Carthage, by the Rev. Joseph C. HUSKE of Fayetteville, 
	Dr. Murdo STREET to Mrs. Isabella C. KELLY of Moore.
	M	In this town, on Thurs evening, 29th inst., by Rev. A. GILCHRIST, Mr. A. H. WHITFIELD to Miss Rachael 
	A., daughter of Joseph AREY, Esq.  All of Fayetteville.
	M	In this county on the 27th inst., by James S. HARRINGTON, Esq., Mr. Neil McLEOD, Sen'r., to Miss 
	Nancy BISHOP.
05 Jan 1854
	D	In Robeson Co on the 28th ult., Cpt. Henry WARWICK, leaving family & relatives; consistent church 
	member.
	D	At his sister's, Mrs. C. CALHOUN's near Stewartsville, Richmond Co, NC, on the 28th ult., Alexander 
	McINNIS, Esq., in the 68th year of his age.  Resided many years in Orangeburg District, SC; came to 
	sister's on Mon evening before he died.  Christian.
	D	At Beverly, Anson Co, on the 26th ult, after an illness of only 24 hours with bilious colic, Mr. John W. 
	FLAKE, aged 48 years.
	M	In St. John's Church, in this town, on Tues evening last, by the Rev. Joseph C. HUSKE, Mr. Richard E. 
	TALIAFERRO, of Petersburg, VA, to Miss Susan Ann TUTON, of this town.
	M	At Rockfish, on the 22d ult., by Rev. Dan'l JOHNSON, Fountain Lain LUMSDEN to Miss Margaret E. 
	SMITH.
	M	In this county on the 20th ult., by Rev. Mr. TINNIN, Mr. Ithra HOLDER to Miss Catharine SMITH.
09 Jan 1854
	D	In Raleigh, on Mon evening last, the 2d inst., Elizabeth Moore, daughter of John D. & Rebecca C. 
	CAMERON, aged 3 years 1 month 23 days.
	D	At the residence of his brother, Malcom SHAW, in Robeson Co, NC, on 20 Dec, Mr. Roderick SHAW, 
	aged 48 years.
	D	At his residence near Fort McKay, Marion Co, FL, 7 Oct, Mr. John SHAW, formerly of Robeson Co, NC, 
	aged 60 years.
	D	At Charleston, SC, on Mon last, John FRASER, Esq., successful merchant, aged 76.
	D	In this town, on Fri evening last after a lingering illness, Mrs. R. MacRAE, relict of the late Duncan 
	MacRAE, Sen. In the 82d year of her age.
	D	In this place on 29 Dec, Mr. Alexander SHAW, eldest son of Arch'd SHAW, aged 23 years.
	D	North Carolinian:  Smallpox in Duplin Co on North East River; many cases, several deaths.  First case 
	was Mr. GRADY who recently went to Savannah GA for estate of relative who died of smallpox.  MORE
	F	Wilmington Journal:  Dwelling house with all its furniture belonging to Mr. Alexander HEWLETT, on 
	Masonboro' Sound, consumed by fire on Monday night last; supposedly by incendiary.  Loss estimated 
	at about $3,000; insurance of $1,600.
	M	On 22 Dec by Aaron D. HEADEN, Esq., Mr. Jonathan L. HACKNEY to Miss Susan M. BROOKS, all of 
	Chatham Co.
	M	On the 5th inst., by James BAKER, Esq., R. P. MELVIN to Miss Ann Maria SUTTON, daughter of John G.
	 SUTTON, Esq., all of Bladen.
12 Jan 1854
	D	In Graham, Alamance Co, on Wed morning, 30 Nov 1853, of scarlet fever, John Blair, infant son of 
	Samuel M. & Addine V. WHITE, aged 7 months 7 days.  VERSE
16 Jan 1854
	M	In Wilmington on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Thomas MURPHY, Mr. L. C. TURNER to Miss C. Fanning 
	WOOD, both of Wilmington.  Also, on the 11th, by Rev. Dr. DRANE, Mr. Charles P. BOLLES of the US 
	Coast Survey, to Miss Eliza, daughter of John WALKER, Esq., of Wilmington.
	M	In Ashborough on the 10th inst., by Rev. Geo. McNEILL, W. Ward VIRDIN, Jr., of Baltimore, and Miss 
	Kate E. L. DUNN, of Fayetteville.
19 Jan 1854
	D	In Stanly Co on the 4th inst., Dr. John H. TREADWELL, in the 56th year of his age.  Suffered with 
	Asthma for 20 years.  Methodist Preacher.  Leaves widow & 8 children.
	D	In New Hanover Co on the 14th inst., Daniel S. SANDERS, Esq., aged about 55 years.
	D	In Anson Co on the 26th ult., John FLAKE, Esq., aged 50 years.  Leaves wife, several children.
	D	At Beaver Creek Factory on 1st inst., Mr. Feeling HOWARD, aged 52 years, leaving an afflicted wife & 
	14 children.
	D	Raleigh Star:  Nathaniel BLAKE brutally murdered by Landy TIPPETT & George E. KEITH last Sat 
	evening at John ROSEMOND;s about 4 1/2 miles west of this city, over old grudge.  Inquest held by 
	Coroner SCOTT on Sun last.  TIPPETT & KEITH delivered themselves up on Mon last.
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Hope reports of ravages of small pox in Duplin Co is greatly exaggerated; last 
	report is that 11 persons had died, all white; little communication with infected district.  Among those 
	reported is Mr. JARMAN, late C. C. Clerk of Duplin.
	D	In MS on the 5th ult., after an illness of 2 days, Mrs. Sarah Eliza REYNOLDS, wife of Dr. REYNOLDS, & 
	eldest daughter of the late Giles W. PEARSON, of this state, in the 23d year of her age.
	D	Near Pekin, Montgomery Co, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Sarah A. W. GREEN, wife of James F. GREEN, in her
	 29th year; leaves husband, 5 little children, large circle friends & relations.  Long Obit
	D	In Muscogee Co., GA, near Bald Hill, Mr. Jas. McNAUGHTON, aged 75 years; born Cumberland Co NC, 
	but resident of that county since 1828.
	D	In Greensborough, on the 7th inst., of Paralysis, Mrs. Nancy OGBURN, consort of E. W. OGBURN, Esq.,
	 & daughter of the late Andrew LINDSAY, Esq.  Also, on the 9th, in the 61st year of her age, Mrs. Jane 
	ADAMS, relict of Mr. Meredith ADAMS, formerly of Hillsborough.
	D	In Rockingham Co, NC, on the 4th inst., Mrs. Sarah WRIGHT, in the 54th year of her age.
	M	In Moore Co on the 22d ult., by Dan'l McKENZIE, Esq., Col. F. M. PEACOCK, of Montgomery Co, to Miss
	 Emma S. McKENZIE.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 12th inst., by Daniel W. McLEAN, Esq., Mr. Peter M. McARTHUR to Miss Emily J. 
	McMILLAN, daughter of John McMILLAN.
	M	In Newbern on Wed evening last, in the Presbyterian Church by the Rev. P. G. WALL, Charles C. 
	CLARK, Esq., Editor of the Atlantic, to Miss Frances L. HOWARD, daughter of the late George W. 
	HOWARD, Esq.
23 Jan 1854
	D	Wilmington Journal:  Reports of death by small pox in Duplin fully borne out; among deaths:  Mr. James 
	JARMAN, late County Court Clerk; Mr. Alexander GRADY, Jr.; Mr. Alexander GRADY, Sr., & wife with 2 
	of their children; Goodman GRADY & wife; Outlaw GRADY; James M. GRADY & child; Mr. JARMAN's 
	child; Mr. Hugh MAXWELL's child.  15 members of Mr. JARMAN's white & colored family, including Mrs. 
	JARMAN, said to be down with the disease.
	D	In Robeson Co on the 25th ult., Mrs. Catharine LEGGETT, wife of Bryant LEGGETT & daughter of 
	Shadrach HOWELL, Esq., in the 29th year of her age.  Sitting near fire when dress caught; lived for 
	about 12 hours.  Leaves 2 small children, husband, father.
	D	North Carolinian:  Fight took place at Rockfish village near this place almost 3 weeks ago; Jos. 
	EDWARDS, resident on eastern side of Cape Fear River received wounds & recently died.  Jonathan 
	BAKER was whipping his wife when deceased interfered.  BAKER struck EDWARDS in the head with an 
	axe.  BAKER pursued into Robeson Co by officer J. J. PHILLIPS who arrested him and brought him to 
	this place where he is now confined in Jail to await trial.
	D	North Carolinian:  Inquest held the other day over body of a child, 6 or 7 months, found dead in vicinity 
	of this place.  Verdict was smothered by the mother, Catharine CAMPBELL; not ascertained whether 
	willful or accident.
	D	In Moore Co on the 9th inst., Mr. Duncan CAMERON.  Also, on the same day, Mrs. Margaret, wife of 
	Benjamin MORRIS.
	D	Newbern Atlantic:  Cpt. J. BISHOP, resident of Newbern, died Mon from injuries received from accidental 
	explosion of camphene lamp.  Negro woman named POLLY belonging to the estate of Josephus HALL 
	deceased, also burned to death on Mon morning.  Supposedly had a fit and fell into the fire.
	M	At residence of Col. A. MURCHISON, Cumberland Co, on 10th inst., by S. E. JOHNSON, Esq., Mr. 
	Joseph YARBOROUGH of Richmond Co to Miss Martha, only daughter of Joseph DEATON, Esq.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 11th inst., by Rev. John OLIVER, Mr. Whitfield CRAWFORD to Miss Eleanor Jane
	 LEE, daughter of J. C. LEE, Esq., all of Robeson.
	M	In Raleigh on the 16th inst., by the Rev. Dr. LACY, James REYNOLDS, Esq., Proprietor of the National 
	Hotel, Norfolk, VA, to Mrs. Frances MATTHEWS, daughter of Col. Stephen BIRDSALL, of Raleigh.
	M	At Tallahassee, FL on the 11th inst., by the Rev. I. W. HAYNE, Col. Allan MacFARLAN, of Cheraw SC, to
	 Miss Julia, daughter of the late Col. John G. GAMBLE, of Tallahassee.
26 Jan 1854
	M	On the 11th inst., by the Rev. John OLIVER, Mr. C. W. CRAWFORD of Crawfordsville, to Miss Ellen J. 
	LEE of Spring Hill, Robeson Co.
	M	At Summerville on the 29th ult., by Arch'd CAMERON, Esq., Mr. Stephen HAM to Miss Sophia CAPPS.
	M	At the Chapel of the Cross, near Livingston MS on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Mr. SANSOM, Miss Lizzie B.
	 ROBERSON of Madison Co to Walter A. HUSKE, Esq., of Fayetteville, NC.
	M	In Oxford, NC, on Thurs evening, 12 Jan, by Rev. Mr. HINES, T. Brown VENABLE, Esq., to Delia M., 
	eldest daughter of Mr. Russell KINGSBURY, all of that place.
30 Jan 1854
	M	In Moore Co on the 10th inst., by Absalom KELLY, Esq., Mr. Benton P. COX to Miss Jane HUNTER, 
	daughter of the late Thomas HUNTER.  Also, on the 22d, by the same, Mr. Macklin THOMAS to Miss 
	Sarah SLOAN, daughter of Jordan SLOAN.  All of Moore.
02 Feb 1854
	M	In Camden SC on the 25th ult., by Rev. Samuel W. CAPERS, Mr. Lucius R. LeGRAND of 
	Wadesborough, NC, to Miss Hattie Anna SHORNTON, daughter of Cpt. John W. P. McKAGEN of 
	Camden.
	M	In Moore Co by John SHEPPARD, Esq., Henry BUCHANAN to Mary Ann HUCKABEE.
	M	In Robeson Co near Floral College on the 26th ult., by Rev. J. R. McINTOSH, Dr. Hector McLEAN to 
	Miss Florah, daughter of Duncan McNEILL, Esq.
	M	In Anson Co on the 11th ult., by John P RATCLIFF, Esq., Mr. Daniel TEAL to Miss Caroline GARDNER, 
	daughter of the late John GARDNER.
06 Feb 1854
	D	At the residence of her father, Isaac WEST, in Chatham Co, NC, on 13 Nov 1853, Miss Keziah WEST in 
	the 24th year of her age.
	D	Near Fort Braden, Leon Co, FL, on 10 Jan after a protracted illness from consumption, Mrs. Agatha 
	HARVEY, in the 57th year of her age; native of Montgomery Co NC but emigrated to FL many years ago.
	D	In Randolph Co on the 18th ult., John WADDILL, Sr., aged 66 years; affectionate parent, kind master.  
	Leaves numerous friends.
	D	In Pittsboro' on the 1st ult., Mrs. Ann RIDDLE in the 68th year of her age.
	D	Our community lost one of its best citizens when John W. WRIGHT, Esq., departed this life Sat morning 
	last in the 63d year of his age.  Cashier of Branch Bank of Cape Fear.  Long OBIT
	D	At Narrow Point at the residence of her son-in-law W. D. HARRINGTON on the 16th ult., Mrs. Ann 
	McNEILL in her 75th year; many years Presbyterian; suffered acutely some time before her death.
	D	Wilmington Journal states no case of small pox in Wilmington or New Hanover Co; in Duplin disease is 
	abating.  We regret to hear of further deaths in the family of Mr. JERMAN, among them Mrs. JERMAN & 
	2 children, and several colored persons belonging to Mr. J.  Later Journal says that nieghter Mr. J. M. 
	GRADY nor Mrs. JERMAN is dead, though both had the disease.
	D	In Moore Co on the 6th ult., Bryan BOROUGHS, Esq., age 92 years 1 month.  Many years Baptist.  Long
	 illness.
	M	In Robeson Co on Thurs last by the Rev. Hector McLEAN, Mr. Sidney B. KLAPP, of Graham, Alamance 
	Co, to Miss Sarah A. E. NELSON, daughter of the late Joseph NELSON, of Robeson Co.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 12th ult., by Chas. STATFEN, Esq., Mr. D. C. McINTYRE, Son of Temperance, 
	Lumberton Division, to Mrs. Demaris THOMPSON, all of Robeson.
	M	In Salisbury on the 25th ult., by the Rev. Mr. CHESHIRE, Rev. J. H. PARKER to Mrs. Ann S. LORD.
09 Feb 1854
	D	In this town on the 8th inst., Maggie Gilbert, daughter of Rev. G. McNEILL & Margaretta M. McNEILL of 
	Asheborough, aged 2 years 2 months.
	D	In Moore Co on the 27th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth DALRYMPLE in the 86th year of her age.
	M	At St. John's Church in this town last evening by the Rev. Mr. HUSKE, Mr. John A. PEMBERTON of the 
	firm of E. L. Y J. A. PEMBERTON, to Miss Jane, second daughter of Duncan G. MacRAE, Esq.
	M	On the 2d inst., by the Rev. J. Taylor ZEALY of Cheraw, Mr. Augustus P. LaCOSTE of Chesterfield 
	District to Miss Sallie A. E. KING of Society Hill.
13 Feb 1854
	D	In Lauderdale Co MS on Sat the 7th ult., aged 70 years, Mordicai MEADOR, native of Anson Co, NC, 
	bur for last several years resident of MS.  For 25 years Baptist.
	D	Mr. DeFORD, Mail Agent on the Wilmington & Raleigh Railroad, died at Warsaw on Sat from injuries 
	received in attempting to jump upon the engine after it had started.
	D	In Chatham Co on the 2d inst., Mr. Sugar JONES in the 70th year of his age; disease of the breast, died
	 on 3d day of illness.
	D	In Robeson Co on the 4th inst., Mrs. Isabella CURRIE, wife of Mr. John B. CURRIE, in the 84th year of 
	her age; member Presbyterian Church over 60 years.
	M	In Raleigh on the 8th inst., by Rev. Dr. MASON, Col. James C. S. McDOWELL of Burke Co to Miss Julia 
	MANLY, daughter of the Ex.-Gov. Chas. MANLY.
16 Feb 1854
	D	In Robeson Co on the 19th ult., Daniel WILKINSON in the 88th year of his age.
	M	At St. John's Church in this town on Tues evening last by the Rev. Jas. C. HUSKE, Mr. Wright HUSKE to 
	Miss Harriett E. HALL, daughter of the late Wm. W. HALL.
20 Feb 1854
	D	In Gadsden Co, FL on the 24th ult., Mrs. Eliza McLEAN, formerly of NC.  Also her son Hugh Ochiltree 
	McLEAN.
	D	At the Hermitage in New Hanover Co on the night of the 13th inst., G. W. BURGWIN, Esq., in the 67th 
	year of his age.
	D	On the 17th inst., at Lumberton, Chilton D. REGAN, only child of Jonathan W. & Rhoda REGAN, aged 3 
	years 4 months.
	D	Hon. Robert STRANGE died in this community 3 am yesterday after a long illness; partially paralyzed 
	the week before; member Episcopal Church in the 58th year of his age.  Judge STRANGE native of VA, 
	came to Fayetteville 1815.  Long OBIT
	D	In Tyrrell Co on the 9th inst., Joseph HALSEY, Esq., aged about 65, lately Senator in the State 
	Legislature.
	D	At Pleasant Grove, Alamance Co, on the 7th inst., in the 57th year of her age, after a long & painful 
	illness, Mrs. Mary Ann LEA, wife of Gabriel B. LEA, Esq., & daughter of the late Andrew McCAULEY.
	D	In Moore Co on the 11th inst., Mrs. Nancy THAMES, wife of Peter THAMES, and eldest daughter of he 
	late Murdoch McKENZIE, in the 50th year of her age; of apoplexy; many years Presbyterian; leaves 
	husband & 8 children.
	M	In Wilmington on the evening of the 14th inst., by the Rev. Wm. H. BOBBITT, Mr. Hardy B. WILLIS, 
	formerly of Newberne, NC, to Miss Ruth, daughter of George M. BISHOP, Esq., of Wilmington.
23 Feb 1854
	D	In Wilmington on the 20th inst., Mrs. Rebecca Eliza MOORE, wife of Mr. John J. MOORE, ageda bout 27 
	years.
	D	Tribute of Respect for Robert STRANGE who departed life Sun 19th inst., at 3 am.  Meeting of the Vesty
	 of St. John's Church, Fayetteville, Mon 20 Feb 1854, resolution passed.
	D	In this vicinity on Sun night last, Wright Huske, infant son of T. J. & S. S. ROBINSON.
24 Feb 1854
	D	Tribute of Respect; 22 Feb 1853 at a Regular Muster of the Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry 
	Company, death of Sgt. James WILKINSON being announced, Preamble & Resolutions offered.  MORE
	M	In this county on Tues the 22d inst., by Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Mr. John E. WHITFIELD of Lenoir Co to 
	Miss Amelia, eldest daughter of Jas. KIRKPATRICK, Esq.
	M	In Wilmington on Wed evening, 16 inst., by Rev. W. H. JORDAN, Rev. G. M. FINCH to Miss Sarah, 
	daughter of C. D. ELLIS, Esq., of that place.
27 Feb 1854
	D	Mirror:  At Ocala FL on Tues the 7th inst., of Consumption, D. C. FARROW, Esq., native of NC.  Went to
	 FL for his health.
	D	Near Fayetteville at the residence of her son, Wm. MITCHELL, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Delany 
	MITCHELL, wife of Jeremiah MITCHELL, dec'd, and daughter of Jesse ROUSE of Sampson Co, aged 
	about 90 years.
	D	In Wilmington on the 22d inst., Mrs. Jane JACOBS aged 65 years 5 months.
	M	On the 16th inst., by the Rev. Joseph MURRAY, Mr. Hugh T. MOFFIT to Miss Martha Ann, daughter of 
	Joab BROOKS, Esq., all of Randolph Co.  Also, in Chatham Co, by Gera LANE, Esq., Mr. Dennis 
	MOFFIT, of Randolph to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Harman BRAY, Esq.
	M	On the 23d inst., by John S. McARTHUR, Esq., Mr. Alex'r TOWNSEND to Miss Lucretia, youngest 
	daughter of James MOORE, Esq., all of Robeson.
02 Mar 1854
	D	At Fair Bluff in Columbus Co, NC, on the 27th inst., Mr. David H. WILLIAMS.
	D	In Harnando Co, East FL, on the 13th ult., Peter McGEACHY, aged 58 years, late resident of Robeson 
	Co.
	D	In Chatham Co, 22 Jan, Mrs. Sarah Ann VESTAL, wife of Mr. William VESTAL, aged 26 years 11 months
	 20 days.
06 Mar 1854
	M	On the 2d inst., by G. H. FLOYD, Es., Charles J. FLOYD to Sarah Jane, daughter of Elias PITMAN, Esq.;
	 all of Robeson Co.
	M	In this place on the 2d inst., Mr. James KELLY of Robeson Co to Miss Adeline Matilda, eldest daughter 
	of Amasa BARNHILL, late of this place.
09 Mar 1854
	D	In Brownsville TN, 18 Jan, Mrs. Effia Isabella SHAW, aged 33 years, wife of Neill A. SHAW, Esq. & 
	daughter of Mrs. Flora McLEAN of this county.  Devoted wife & mother; many years Presbyterian.
	D	At his residence in Halifax Co, Dr. Sidney WELLER.
	M	In this county on the 2d inst., by the Rev. Mr. McALISTER, Mr. Kenneth CURRIE to Miss Mary BUIE.
	M	In Wadesborough on the 16th ult., by the Rev. Mr. HARRIS, Mr. Eli FREEMAN of Cleveland OH to Miss 
	Henrietta, daughter of John Q. MCPHERSON, Esq.
13 Mar 1854
	D	In Duplin Co on the 27th ult., at the residence of James SUMMERLINS, Mrs. Lucretia HARRISON, age 92
	 years 1 month 10 days.
	D	On the 6th inst., very suddenly, Mrs. Sarah STEVENS, consort of Mr. Henry STEVENS, about 7 am; 
	leaves husband, 4 children.  Embraced Christian Church at Piney Grove 9 Aug 1843;  MORE
	D	Mrs. Emeline Smith, daughter of M. & E. WADDLE, and consort of W. H. SMITH, born Anson Co NC; 
	joined M. E. Church; died 12 Dec 1853.
	D	On 5 Jan in Union Co, NC, James HEATH, Sr., aged 60 years.
	D	At Oxford, GA, 23 Feb, in the 22d year of his age, Thomas Hendon CROMARTIE, son of John & Eliza A.
	 CROMARTIE, of FL.
	D	In Richmond Co on the 25th ult., Hector McNEILL, Esq.
	D	In Tuscaloosa, AL, on the 24 ult., Gen. Thomas D. KING, elder brother of the late Vice Pres't KING.
	D	At his residence in Hempstead AR on 10 Feb 1854, Hon. Henry P. POINDEXTER, late Senator of that 
	district; born Surry, NC 10 Apr 1792.
	M	Near Air Mount, Marengo Co, AL, on Tues evening, 14 Feb, by the Rev. Jas. B. TICKNOR, Rector of St. 
	James' Parish, Livingston, AL, Stephen W. MURLEY, Esq., formerly of Fayetteville, NC, to Miss Harriet 
	Daves, daughter of John GILDERSLEEVE, Esq., formerly of Newbern, NC.
	M	On the 2d inst., by the Rev. John L. CLIFTON, Mr. Campbell C. McPHAIL to Miss Elizabeth Jane 
	CRADDOCk, daughter of Mrs. Civil CRADDOCK.
	M	In Raleigh on the 7th inst., by Rev. Dr. MASON, William W. HOLDEN, Esq., Editor of the North Carolina 
	Standard, to Miss Louisa V., daughter of the late Robert Harrison, Esq.
16 Mar 1854
	D	Col. H. J. G. RUFFIN, father of hon. Thos. RUFFIN, M. C., died at his residence in Franklin Co on the 8th
	 isnt.  Had been member of both Houses of our State Legislature & of cenventioin which revised the 
	Constitution in 1835.
20 Mar 1854
	D	In Robeson Co on the 13th inst., Miss Lucy CULBREATH, daughter of Mr. Camp CULBREAT, in the 25th
	 year of her age.  Presbyterian.  Painful & protracted illness more than 4 years.
	D	In Moore Co on the 28th ult., Miss Sophia J. PHILLIPS in the 23d year of her age.  Several years a 
	Baptist.  MORE
	D	In this town on Mon the 6th inst., Cpt. Samuel MABSON, aged about 64 years.  Served in War of 1812 &
	 was in the Battle of New Orleans.
	D	Raleigh Star:  J. BROCKWELL murdered Mr. James DAVIS in Chapel Hill on Sat night last with a knife.  
	Murderer worthless drunken loafer, victim highly respectable mechanic & member Methodist Church.  
	BROCKWELL arrested, awaiting trial.
	D	On Little River, Montgomery Co, on the 2d inst., Mr. Ananias ROBINSON in the 41st year of his age.
	M	On the 9th inst., by M. EVANS, Esq., Mr. Charles CLINARD to Miss Sarah YOKELY, all of Davidson.
	M	In Wilmington on the 16th inst., by Rev. N. F. REID, Rev. A. WEAVER, of the NC Conference, to Miss 
	Sarah A. BOBBITT, of Halifax Co, NC.
	M	In Bladen Co on the 15th inst., by J. H. CLARK, Esq., John D. MAULTSBY to Mrs. Nancy CALLIHAN, of 
	Bladen.
	M	In Randolph Co on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Joseph CAUSEY, John M. ODELL, Esq., to Miss Rebecca, 
	daughter of Robert KIRKMAN, Esq., all of Randolph.
	M	In Montgomery Co, near Pekin by Jeremiah LUTHER, Esq., Mr. Martin CHAPPELL, to Miss Elizabeth 
	HARBERT, all of Montgomery.
	M	In Wadesborough on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Wm. W. MOOD, Wilson WILLIAMS, of Davie Co, NC, to 
	Miss Mary A., daughter of Mr. John Q. McPHERSON, of Wadesborough.
	M	In the City of New York on the 9th inst., V H. IVY, Esq., of New Orleans, to Miss Mary Margaret WATTS 
	of Fayetteville, NC.
23 Mar 1854
	D	The Hon. Ker BOYCE, a millionaire merchant of Charleston, SC, died at Columbia on Sun night last, 
	aged 68.
27 Mar 1854
	D	The Hon. Ker BOYCE, lately deceased, bequeathed $30,000 to the College of Charleston & $20,000 to 
	the Charleston Orphan House, besides other charitable bequests.
30 Mar 1854
	D	In Shelbyville TN on the 26th inst., very suddenly of congestive chill, Mr. James RUSS, Sr., aged 64 
	years 8 months 17 days.  Native of Bladen Co NC from which he removed in 1827.  Many years 
	Methodist.
03 Apr 1854
	D	In the town of Graham on the 21st ult., after an illness of 3 days of inflammatory sore throat, Mr. David 
	L. RAY, aged about 34 years.  Presbyterian, Ruling Elder in the Church at Graham.
	D	In this town on the 30th ult., Samuel, son of Israel & Angeline DODD, aged 10 months.
	D	In Monroe Co MS on the 19th ult., Mr. Charles PARTEN aged 55 years 3 months 18 days.  Native of 
	Orange Co NC from which he removed with his wife in 1832 to Green Co AL and thence in 1845 to MS.  
	Deacon in the Baptist Church.  Leaves wife.
	M	In Bladen Co on the 20th inst., by J. D. LUCAS, Esq., Mr. A. J. BLIZZARD to Miss Elizabeth Jane, 
	daughter of J. B. FLOWERS, Esq., of the same county.
06 Apr 1854
	D	In Wilmington on the 28th ult., Mrs. Mary McINTOSH, aged 56 years, widow of the late David McINTOSH;
	 30 years a Presbyterian.
	D	In Troup Co GA on 15 Jan last, Thomas EVANS, native of Chatham Co NC in the 84th year of his age.
	M	In Raleigh on Mon morning last by the Rev. Dr. MASON, Mr. William J. L'ENGLE to Miss Margaret M., 
	daughter of the Hon. R. M. SAUNDERS.
10 Apr 1854
	D	In Camden SC on the 31st ult., in the 61st year of her age after a painful & protracted illness, Mrs. 
	Susan D. WITHERSPOON, wife of the late Rev. Dr. WITHERSPOON of Hillsborough.
	D	In Moore Co on the 1st inst., Miss Sarah Monroe, daughter of Malcom McCRUMMEN, Sr.
	D	In Wake Co at the residence of his father, Col. Willis WHITAKER, on the morning of the 29th ult., Byron 
	WHITAKER  in the 25th year of his age.
13 Apr 1854
	M	At Glenwood near Tallahassee on Tues 4 Apr 1854 by the Right Rev. Bishop RUTLEDGE, Joseph Jno. 
	WILLIAMS to Eliza Helen, only daughter of Noah L. THOMPSON, all of FL.
	M	On the 12th inst., at Manchester in this county by Rev. H. McALISTER, Mr. Geo. W. WILLIAMS of the 
	firm of Geo. W. WILLIAMS & Co., to Miss Kate A. MURCHISON, 3d daughter of Duncan MURCHISON, 
	Esq.
17 Apr 1854
	D	On 9 Mar near Stewartsville, Richmond Co, Mr. John McINTYRE in the 87th year of his age; many years 
	Presbyterian.
	D	At Dangerfield, TX 13 Mar, Lorinda, aged 18 years, daughter of Allen & Margaret URQUHART, formerly 
	of Cumberland Co.
	M	On 30 Mar by D. McINTYRE, Esq., Mr. Malcom STEWART to Miss Mary Jane, daughter of the late 
	Daniel CALHOUN, all of Richmond.
20 Apr 1854
	D	Salem Press:  Reuben SAMUEL hit Reuben SOUTHERN in the head with a mallet about 3 miles east of 
	Germantown, Stokes Co, Sat last; SOUTHERN died the next morning.  SAMUEL not yet apprehended.  
	Supposedly over old grudge from 1850.  SAMUEL about 5'8'', muscular & stout built; auburn hair, light 
	blue eyes; ringhole in each ear; flesh mark between his shoulders covered with hair; about 30 years old.
	  Supposed to have gone to GA.
	D	Raleigh Star:  Coroner SCOTT held inquest over body of A. J. AMIS Mon; found dead in an alley on 
	Cologne St.  Verdict:  too free use of alcohol.
	D	In Wilmington on the 14th inst., Mrs. Catharine HARRISS, aged 82 years.
	D	In Wilmington on the 16th inst., Roberdeau Eaustice, son of Lewis H. & Laura P. PIERCE, aged 14 
	months.
	D	At Westbrooks, Bladen Co, on the 15th inst., Ann Littleton, daughter of W. L. & S. F. JONES, aged 7 
	years 11 months 14 days.
24 Apr 1854
	D	National Intelligencer:  On 17 Apr at the residence of her son, Hon. W. S. ASHE, in this city, Mrs. 
	Elizabeth H. ASHE of NC, in the 72nd year of her age.  Survived for many years her husband Col. 
	Samuel ASHE, who was as a youth in Revolutionary War.  MORE
	D	In Chatham Co on the 15th inst., K. W. McIVER, son of Daniel & Margaret McIVER, aged 5 months 15 
	days.
	D	At his residence in this county on the 9th inst., Alexander McALISTER, Sr., in the 75th year of his age; 
	many years Presbyterian.  Flowery Obit
	M	In Hallsville, Duplin Co, on the 13th inst., by Rev. J. M. SPRUNT, Mr. G. M. HALL to Miss Isabella 
	SPRUNT, all of that place.
	27 Apr 1854
	M	In this vicinity at the residence of David GEE, Esq., on Wed evening 26 Apr by Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, 
	Mr. D. W. AYRE of Bennettsville, SC, to Miss Mary Ann JONES, daughter of the late Henry L. JONES of 
	this town.
01 May 1854
	D	In Wilmington on Thurs morning last, the 27th ult., Mrs. Anna JENNETT, aged 56 years, relict of the 
	Rev. Jesse JENNETT.
	D	At Science Hill in Randolph Co on the 4th month 6th day, Mary HAMMOND, daughter of William 
	HAMMOND, in the 24th year of her age.
	D	At the residence of his father, Hon. Hugh WADDELL, in Chapel Hill, on the 20th inst., Mr. Henry M. 
	WADDELL, aged about 26 years.
	M	On the 20th ult., in Chatham Co by G. DANE, Esq., Mr. Joshua EDWARDS of Randolph to Miss Mary, 
	eldest daughter of Cpt. Joseph JOHNSON of Chatham.  All of the vicinity of Big Brush Creek.
	M	At Brooklyn, NY, 13 Apr, by Rev. W. C. HOYT, Mr. W. G. McNEELY of Mocksville, NC, to Miss Louisa A. 
	MARVIN, daughter of A. B. MARVIN, Esq.
	M	In Forsyth Co on the 22d inst., by R. L. WALKER, Esq., Tandy MATTHEWWS, Esq., aged 78 years to 
	Miss Minerva COFER, aged 17 years.
	M	In Randolph Co on the 16th ult., by Thos. M. MOORE, Esq., Mr. Eli JOHNSON to Miss  Mary Ann 
	DAVIDSON.
	M	In Randolph Co on 26 Mar by L. H. FOUST, Esq., Mr. Samuel B. ELLIOTT to Miss Sophia Ann DAVIS, 
	daughter of John DAVIS, Esq.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 13th ult., by the Rev. Love CULBRETH, Mr. John R. SMITH to Miss Sarah, 
	daughter of Dr. John OWEN, all of above county.
	M	At Kenansville, Duplin Co, on the 12th ult., by Rev. Charles M. SPRUNT, Alex. T. STANFORD, Esq., to 
	Miss Morgiana, daughter of the late Maj. Hampton SULLIVAN.  In Hallesville on the same day by the 
	same, Mr. George McM. HALL to Miss Isabella SPRUNT.  On the same day by the same, John 
	CHARLES, Esq., to Miss Sarah, daughter of the late Henry WINDERS.  And at Sarecta, on the same 
	day, by George SMITH, Esq., Mr. Zacheus JONES to Miss Barbary Ann SUMNER, daughter of Martin 
	SUMNER, Esq., all of Duplin.
	M	At Beaver Creek Factory on the 27th inst., by the Rev. Gardner HOLMES, Mr. William BALLARD to Miss
	 Eliza RIDDLE, all of Cumberland.
	M	In Rowan Co on the 26th ult., by Rev. A. BAKER, Mr. Martin RICHWINE to Miss Rebecca C. BROWN.
04 May 1854
	D	In this vicinity on Mon evening also, Edwin, infant son of Mr. Edwin GLOVER, aged 12 months 23 days.
	D	On the 25th ult., Mr. John A. COLE of Moore Co, committed suicide; shot himself in the temple with a 
	rifle.  Wife & child in adjoining house.  Presbyterian.  Tried to hang himself about 3 months earlier.  No 
	known cause.
	D	On the 2d inst., Margaret, infant daughter of Isham & Mary F. BLAKE, aged 6 months 28 days.
	D	In Columbus GA on the 4th ult., of typhoid pneumonia, Charlotte, daughter of Geo. D. & Caroline E. 
	HOOPER, aged 9 years 6 months.
08 May 1854
	D	At his residence in Sampson Co on the 4th inst., Wm. K. SLOCUMB, Esq., aged 42 years.  Entered legal
	 profession about 8 years ago in Sampson Co.  Leaves no wife, no children, brothers, sisters.
	M	In Kenansville, Duplin Co, on the 1st inst., by Isaac B. KELLY, Esq., Dr. David GILLESPIE to Ferrebee 
	PEARSALL, both of Duplin.
11 May 1854
	M	At Lilesville on Fri evening last by Jas. A. LILES, Esq., Mr. R. A. PAUL of Wadesboro' to Miss Mary 
	RODGERS of Fayetteville.
	M	In Stanly Co on Thurs evening last Dr. Wm. S. KENDALL, of Carolina Female College, to Miss Jamima 
	WATKINS of Stanly.
15 May 1854
	D	Near Carthage, Moore Co, on the 29th ult., at his residence, James MONK, Sr., in the 103rd year of his 
	age, a Soldier of the Revolution.
	D	In Columbus, GA, on the 2d inst., Mrs. Mary Jane BETZ, consort of George H. BETZ, and daughter of 
	Frederick & Mary Miller, aged 26.
	D	Suddenly, in Robeson Co, on 30 Apr last, Margaret Jane, daughter of William & Harriet DAVIS, aged 3 
	years 4 months.
	D	In Chatham Co, NC, on the 12th ult., Mr. Birdsong BURNS, in the 56th year of his age.  For 20 years 
	Baptist.  Leaves afflicted wife.  Member Sons of Temperance, interred by May's Chapel Division.
	D	In Pittsboro' recently, Mr. Thomas RAY, a good Mason, worthy man, exemplary Christian.
	D	At Carolina Female College on the 6th inst., Miss Martha MOORE, of Marlborough, SC.
	F	North Carolinian:  Jeremiah GILBERT's house in upper part of this county was struck by lightning and 
	burnt on 27th ult.  All destroyed, GILBERT child narrowly escaped, considerably burned.
	M	In this town on the 11th inst., by Rev. S. M. FROST, Mr. James H. McCULLOUGH to Miss Sarah E., 
	daughter of the late Fountain LAIN, Esq.
	M	In Carthage on the 3rd inst., by William B. RICHARDSON, Esq., Mr. Walter R. CROWSON of 
	Greensborough, NC, to Miss Eliza T. McINTOSH of Carthage, NC.
18 May 1854
	D	Mr. James A. DONNELL, a bookkeeper in Brandon MS, a few days ago laid his neck across the rail just 
	as a locomotive was approaching.  Severed head.  Parents reside in NC.
	M	In Anson Co by M. W. MASKE, Esq., Mr. Wm. HARRISON & Miss Susan THOMAS, all of Anson.
	M	In Autauga Co AL on the 3d inst., by Rev. G. R. FOSTER, J. E. McEACHIN, M.D., formerly of Floral 
	College, Robeson Co, NC, to Miss Mary Ann SMITH, daughter of Malcom SMITH, also from NC.
22 May 1854
	D	In Goldsborough on Wed night, the 17th inst., Hellen, infant daughter of Rev. R. N. ROLFE, aged 13 
	months.
	D	In Robeson Co on the 16th inst., Hardy A. POPE, Esq., aged 72 years.  Born & resided where he died.  
	Leaves large family of children.  Long Obit.
	M	On May 1, by I. B. KELLY, Esq., Dr. D. GILLESPIE to Miss Fereby PEARSALL, both of Kenansville.
25 May 1854
	D	In Raleigh on the 21st  inst., Mary Seaton, infant daughter of Seaton & Mary A. GALES, aged 16 months
	 21 days.
	D	At Richmond VA on the 22d inst., in the 36th year of his age, Thomas RITCHIE, Jr., one of the Editors of
	 the Enquirer.
	M	At Belvidere, Burke Co, on the 3d inst., by the Rev. Mr. SHEETZ, Marcus ERWIN, Esq., of Asheville & 
	Miss M. E. McDOWELL of Burke.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 16th inst., by the Rev. J. B. JACKSON, Mr. James H. TOOL, of Johnston Co, to 
	Miss Della A. DRAUGHON, daughter of Mr. Robt. DRAUGHON, of Sampson.
	M	In Wilmington on the 23d inst., by the Rev. Wm. H. BOBBITT, Mr. Jesse JONES of Bladen to Mrs. Martha
	 H. SPICER of Wilmington.
29 May 1854
	D	In Wilmington on the 24th inst., Helen, infant daughter of Dr. T. H. & Mary WRIGHT, aged 2 years 3 
	months.
	D	At the residence of T. J. MORISEY, Esq., near Lumberton, on the 25th inst., of dysentery, Mr. William 
	JOHNSTON, aged about 38 years.
	D	Near Warrenton on the 16th inst., James SOMERVILLE in the 71st year of his age.
	D	In this county on the 15th inst., after a lingering illness, Dr. John McKAY.
	D	In Johnston Co on the 24th ult., of consumption, Willis T. SANDERS, son of Ashley & Louisa SANDERS, 
	aged 23 years 2 months 22 days.
	D	North Carolinian:  Maj. A. G. BANKS who resided on the Raleigh & Fayetteville Road 11 miles from 
	Raleigh committed suicide Thurs last (25 May) by cutting his throat.  No explanation.
	D	In this county on the 19th inst., Mrs. Mary A. E. MEMORY, wife of Mr. G. W. MEMORY, aged 22 years; 
	leaves infant.  Also, on the 23d inst., Miss Mary Eliza McPHERSON in the 24th year of her age.
	D	In Moore Co on the 11th inst., Mr. Wm. WATSON in the 77th year of his age; was husband & father; 
	successful farmer.
	M	On the 25th inst., by J. S. McARTHUR, Esq., Mr. William Berry JENKINS to Miss Orrena, eldest daughter 
	of Dawson LEWIS, Esq.,; all of Robeson.
01 Jun 1854
	D	In this vicinity on Sun the 28th ult., Mr. David CARVER, aged about 40 years.
	D	In Wadesborough on the 20th ult., Mr. Adam SPRINGER, formerly of Stanly Co.
	D	In Fayetteville on 29 May, Mrs. Elizabeth EMMETT, consort of Mr. John EMMET [both spellings in obit], 
	in the 32d year of her age.  Joined Methodist E Church last year.  Leaves husband, 2 children.  POEM
	D	Yesterday afternoon at the residence of E. W. WILLKINGS, George Henry Edwards, infant son of the 
	Rev. Cameron F. McRAE, Rector of St. John's Church, Jamaica Plains, near Boston.
	D	In Sampson Co, NC, on 19 May ult., Mr. Nathan JOHNSON, in the 72d year of his age.
	M	In Duplin Co on 25 May by Blaney WILLIAMS, Esq., Jos. A. CARTER, Esq., to Miss Louisa HOLMES, 
	both of Duplin.
	M	In this town this morning by the Rev. Mr. McDANIEL, Mr. John S. BANKS to Miss Ann Eliza, daughter of 
	Philemon TAYLOR, Esq., of this town.
	M	In Wilmington on the 28th ult., by James L. CORBETT, Esq., Mr. Wm. THIGPEN to Miss Ann M. MARTIN.
	M	In this vicinity this morning by the Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Mr. T. H. PEMBERTON of the firm of PEARCE
	 & PEMBERTON to Miss Mary Elizabeth McALISTER, daughter of the late John McALISTER.
	M	In Lincoln Co on the 23d ult., by the Rev. P. T. PENICK, Mr. Rufus BARRINGER of Concord to Miss 
	Eugenia E., daughter of Rev. R. H. MORRISON, D. D., of Lincoln Co.
05 Jun 1854
	D	In Wilmington on the 1st inst., Elizabeth, only daughter of Zebulon & Elizabeth LATIMER, aged 4 years 7
	 months.
	D	Near Haywood, Chatham Co, on the 29th ult., John, son of Richardson & Lucinda FAUCETTE, aged 2 
	years 8 months 21 days.
	D	In this county on 21 May at the residence of Mrs. Sophia CARVER, Miss Mary BYRNE, aged 34.  Baptist
	 for 20 years.  Mother, only parent, nearest relative, died about 12 months ago.  Long Obit
08 Jun 1854
	D	In Wilmington on the 7th inst., Robt. M., son of Jas. & Missouri DAWSON, aged 5 years & 9 months.
	D	In Anson Co on the 25th ult., of Erysipelas, Mrs. Catharine, wife of Joseph J. JOWERS, & daughter of 
	Daniel & Nancy PATTERSON, of Richmond Co, in the 28th year of her age.
	D	At her residence near McPherson's Meeting House in this county on the 5th inst., Mrs. Nancy 
	McPHERSON, widow of Colin McPHERSON, in the 84th year of her age.  Long Obit.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 1st inst., by Rev. Hector McLEAN, Mr. Arch'd McMILLAN to Miss Christian Anne 
	ALLAN.
	M	In Charlotte on the 25th ult., by the Rev. R. H. MORRISON, D. D., Mr. J. H. CARSON to Miss Mary A., 
	daughter of H. B. WILLIAMS, Esq.
12 Jun 1854
	D	In Pike Co AL on the 16th ult., after a short & painful illness of the bowels, Mrs. Clarissa Ann 
	BROADAWAY, wife of Jeremiah B. BROADAWAY & youngest daughter of the late Jordan HOWELL of 
	Fayetteville, NC, aged 28 years 2 months 18 days.  Also, on the 27th ult., of the same disease, Edward, 
	their 2nd son, aged about 9 years.
	D	In Wilmington on the 9th inst., Martha S., daughter of S. W. & Eliza A. DUNHAM, aged 4 years 11 
	months.
	D	In the vicinity of Rockingham, Richmond Co, suddenly on 28 May ult., Mrs. Nancy TERRY, widow of 
	William R. TERRY deceased, in the 49th year of her age.
	D	In this vicinity on Sun last, Miss Margaret CAMPBELL, daughter of the late Duncan CAMPBELL.
	D	On 17 May last, in Clark Co, AR, Mrs. Mary M. WILLIAMS, wife of Mr. Alex'r S. WILLIAMS, formerly of this
	 county, and a daughter of the late Sherod BARKSDALE.  Leaves husband, 7 children.
	D	At Fort Independence, Boston Harbor, MA, after a short but painful illness, Lt. James HOLMES of NC, 
	aged 27 years 1 month.  Youngest son of James HOLMBES, dec'd.
15 Jun 1854
	D	Wilmington Herald:  On Sat last, shortly after the freight train on the Wilmington & Raleigh Rail Road 
	had left the depot & within a mile or 2 of town, cars, hit a cow, thrown off the track, killing almost instantly
	 young Negro man named HENRY.  Coroner WOOD held inquest.
	D	16 May at the residence of her mother, Mrs. Catharine W., wife of Col. K. MURCHISON, aged 26 years 6
	 days.
	D	In Wilmington on the 10th inst., after a short illness, Miss Louise SAVAGE, aged 18 years, daughter of 
	Timothy SAVAGE.
	D	At his residence in Richmond Co on Wed, the 8th inst., Thomas DOCKERY, Sr., in the 82d year of his 
	age.
	D	At Strickland's Depot, in Duplin Co, on the 3d inst., Mr. Lewis GAVIN, Sr.
	M	In this county on the 8th inst., by Rev. Neill McKAY, Dr. W. M. McNEILL to Miss Julia, daughter of Dr. H. 
	M. TURNER.
19 Jun 1854
	D	Near Chapel Hill on Sun the 11th inst., Mr. Jesse HARGRAVE.
	D	Near Carthage, Moore, on Sun the 11th inst., Colin McIver, infant son of Sarah & Alexander KELLY.
	D	In this town in the 17th inst., Owen, son of A. A. T. & Ann J. SMITH, aged 3 years 5 months.
	D	In this vicinity on the 17th inst., William Crump, infant son of Joseph & Amanda UTLEY.
	D	North Carolinian:  Laboring man named REICH of Alamance Co was drowned in the Cape Fear River 
	Tues last, at Red Rock, near the residence of John C. WILLIAMS, Esq.  MORE
	D	On yesterday in this county, Mrs. Elender ARNETT, aged 80 years.
	M	In Randolph Co on the 8th inst., by Rev. Jesse RANKIN, Wm. D. LINDSAY, M. D., to Mrs. Elizabeth 
	HOGAN.
22 Jun 1854
	D	In this town on Tues last, Mr. Jos. BROOKSBANK.
	D	In Edenton on the 11th inst., Mrs. Margeret L, consort of Dr. Thomas D. WARREN, aged 27 years.
	D	In Raleigh on Mon afternoon last, Jane Haywood, infant daughter of Hon. Sion H. & Jane F. ROGERS, 
	aged about 3 months.
	D	In Wilmington on Mon last Mrs. Mary H. LIPPITT, in the 50th year of her age, relict of the late William H. 
	LIPPITT.
	D	In this town on the 20th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. J. B. WALTON, Mrs. Mary GAMBOL,
	 aged 73 years.
	D	On Tues evening last at the residence of her father, Col. Jno. McRAE, Mary, wife of Samuel LANGDON, 
	Esq., of Smithville, aged 27.  Long Obit
	D	On the 14th inst., at Meltonsville in Anson Co, Mrs. Adaline BIVINS, wife of John BIVINS and daughter of 
	Wilson CHAMBERS, in the 26th year of her age.
	M	At Lilesville in Anson Co on Sun evening last by James A. LILES, Esq., Mr. Wm. W. TAPSCOTT to Miss 
	Harriet H. PAUL
26 Jun 1854
	D	At Greensborough on Wed last, Mr. Thomas C. ALBRIGHT.
	D	In the vicinity of Salem on the 16th inst., Mr. Augustus T. BONER, in the 30th year of his age.
	D	In this town yesterday morning, Samuel, son of James T. & Martha D. HOUSTON, aged 2 years 3 
	months.
	D	On the 23d inst., in the 24th year of her age, Mrs. Martha A. PHARR, wife of James J. PHARR & 
	daughter of Col. Wm. HANCOCK.  Born & raised in Moore Co, NC; married Jan 1853; Oct 1853 moved 
	with husband to McNairy Co TN where within few months suffered with lingering & painful illness.
	D	In Wilmington at the residence of Dr. F. J. HILL on Sun morning, 19th inst., Mrs. Mary WATERS in the 
	84th year of her age.
	D	In Raleigh on the 23d inst., Mrs. Emeline L. CULBRETH, wife of Rev. Dan'l CULBRETH, in her 39th year.
	M	In this town on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Mr. FROST, Mr. T. K. PHAGAN to miss Margaret PATTERSON. 
	 Also, on the 15th, by the same, Mr. William NIX to Miss Margaret Jane JONES.  Also, Mr. Albert NASON 
	to Miss Marendy STRICKLAND.
29 Jun 1854
	D	At Carolina Female College on the 16th inst., Bettie HARRIS, daughter of R. M. & Susan C. ALEXANDER, 
	aged 13 months 8 days.
	D	In Anson Co on 11 Jan 1854, Robert HUNTLY, Sr., in the 93d year of his age.  Soldier in the Revolution;
	 guard in the battle of Camden; later one of a scouting party to subdue the tories.
	D	In Anson on 3 May 1854 Jane HUNTLY, consort of Robert HUNTLY, Mr., in the 59th year of her age.
	D	At Greenville, SC, on the 21st inst., Col. John D. JONES of Wilmington, formerly member of the 
	Legislature, Speaker of the House of Commons, President of the Bank of Cape Fear, etc.
	D	In Tallahassee, FL on Wed, 17 May, at the residence of her father, Dr. Edward BRADFORD, Mrs. 
	Rebecca B. HILTON, wife of R. B. HILTON, Esq., Editor of the Savannah Daily Georgian, & 
	granddaughter of Gov. BRANCH of NC.
03 Jul 1854
	D	Near Clinton on the 1st inst., Miss Margaret Ann, daughter of James T. MATHIS, about 13 years of age; 
	sudden & unexpected.
	D	Columbus Enquirer:  In Columbus, GA, on Sun the 25th ult., of Dropsy, Frederick MILLER, aged 58 
	years; most of his life a member M. E. Church; many ears respected citizen of Fayetteville, NC; several 
	years past citizen of Columbus.
	D	At Society Hill on the 24th inst., of Congestion of the Brain, Mr. Elias GREGG, in the 63d year of his age.
	D	In Bladen Co on the 23d ult., of disease of the bowels, John Sherman MELVIN, son of Daniel M. & 
	Barbara Ann MELVIN, aged about 3 years 5 months.
	D	In this town on Sat last, Mr. George McDIARMID.
	D	In Wilmington on Thurs, 29th inst., Emanuel C. BETTENCOURT, Esq., aged 37 years.
	M	In Robeson Co on Thurs evening the 29th ult., by Rev. J. R. McINTOSH, Mr. Alexander McPHERSON of 
	Fayetteville to Miss Mary BLACK, daughter of the late Angus BLACK of Robeson.
	M	In Hillsboro' on Tues evening, the 27th ult., by the Rev. F. K. NASH, Frederick N. STRUDWICK, Esq., to 
	Miss Mary S. BURWELL, eldest daughter of the Rev. Robert BURWELL.
06 Jul 1854
	D	At his residence in Robeson Co after a protracted & painful illness, on the morning of the 26th ult., Mr. 
	John BETHUNE, in the 78th year of his age.  MORE
	D	Wm. B. HAM of this county died while riding in his buggy Tues last.
	D	In New Hanover Co on 17 May, Mary Jane, & on the 25th, Margaret Ann, twin daughters of Owen K. & 
	Mary E. COWAN, aged 3 years 5 months.  Also, on 10 Jun, Cornelia Isabella, aged 1 year 4 months.
	D	On 28 Jun near Carthage, Moore Co, Mrs. Sarah KELLY, wife of Alexander KELLY, Esq., & eldest 
	daughter of the late John McLEOD of Crain's Creek, in the 38th year of her age; leaves husband, 7 
	children.  Many years Presbyterian.  Long Obit
	D	In this town on Sat the 1st inst., Mr. George McDEARMID, aged 24 years; Presbyterian.
	D	Near the Saron Baptist Church, Richmond Co, NC, on 18 Aug 1853, Mrs. Eliza N. BOYD, belovfed 
	consort of David A. BOYD & daughter of James S. & Lucy TURNER; Baptist for about 18 years.  Leaves 
	husband, large family of children.
	M	In this town on the 25th ult., in the Catholic Church by the Rev. Thos. MURPHY, Mr. J. A. HERN to Miss 
	Eupemia, daughter of Mr. Edw'd MONAGHAN - all of this place.
10 Jul 1854
	D	John B. YARBROUGH killed in the lower end of Montgomery Thurs last by accidental discharge of rifle 
	held by his brother, Henry YARBROUGH.  MORE
	D	Mr. Parham KIRK, aged & respectable citizen of Stanly Co, died Mon evening last by falling off a wagon 
	laden with shingles when crossing a small branch; wagon ran over him.  Died almost instantly.
	D	In Duplin Co, NC on the morning of 28 Jun, at his father's residence, Mr. Henry SWINSON in the 47th 
	year of his age, eldest son of Daniel SWINSON, Esq.
	D	In Chatham Co on the 30th ult., Elenora RAMBERT, youngest daughter of Maj. Wm. B. & Mary Ann 
	ROWE, aged 2 years 9 months 6 days.
13 Jul 1854
	D	In Robeson Co on Sun, 9th inst., Mr. Daniel LOVE.
	D	At the residence of Mr. J. McLERAN, near Fayetteville, on the 7th inst., William G., infant son of A. J. & 
	Elizabeth P. McDONALD, aged 4 months 18 days.
	D	Wilmington Herald:  Announce death o nSat afternoon of Mr. A. J. ERAMBERT, long associated with the 
	commercial department of this paper.  Age 58.  MORE
	D	Charleston Mercury:  Cpt. WILLIAMSON, free man of color, died in this city on the 7th inst at the age of 
	118.  Native of St. Paul's Parish; out of the estate of Mr. WILLIAMSON; also "Good Old Jacob" who died 
	a few months since age 102.  Had 14 children, only 1 survives.  In Revolutaionary War.  MORE
	D	In Richmond Co on 29 Jun, Mrs. Barbara McFADYEN, consort of John McFADYEN, in the 47th year of 
	her age.  Member Presbyterian Church for 22 years.
	M	In Anson Co on Thurs evening last by Rev. T. R. WALSH, dr. J. B. TWITTY of C. F. College to Misss 
	Nannie, daughter of John W. FLACE, deceased.
17 Jul 1854
	D	Raleigh Post:  From private letter that last week in Columbus Co, Mr. CAMPBELL stabbed Mr. GODWIN 
	who died short time later.  CAMPBELL has escaped.
	D	In Sampson Co on the 6th inst., Mr. Henry M. DAWSON in the 38th year of his age.
	D	In Wilmington on Wed last, William McLean, infant son of Edwin A., & Melvina L. AREY, aged 8 months 
	18 days.
	D	In Wilmington on the 12th inst., Miss Henrietta WARD, aged about 21, daughter of John & Heather 
	WARD, late of Onslow Co.
	D	In Sampson Co on 22 Mar  Mrs. Sarah HOBBS, wife of Abraham HOBBS, aged about 54 years.
	D	In Randolph Co on the 3d ult., Mr. Micaah LASSITER, Sr., aged about 90.
	M	In Wilmington on 12th inst., by Rev. N. F. REID, Mr. Robert McGRATH, formerly of Philadelphia, to Miss 
	Emma, daughter of Cpt. A. B. ROTHWELL, of that place.
	M	At Zevely's Hotel, Salem, on the 13th inst., by the Rev. Charles F. DEEMS, James KEITH to Mrs. M. J. 
	NAYLOR, both of Moore Co.
20 Jul 1854
	D	In this vicinity on Tues noght last, very suddenly, Mrs. Margaretta M. McNEILL, wife of Rev. Geo. 
	McNEILL, Jr., and daughter of the late Rev. Dr. GILBERT, formerly President of Newark College, 
	Delaware, aged 27 years. LONG OBIT
	D	In this vicinity last evening, John Hubbard, son of A. E. & M. B. HALL, aged 13 montsh 19 days.  Funeral
	 from father's residence on Hay Mount this afternoon, 20th inst., at 5 o'clock.
	D	Matthew PENNY, aged about 15, mother a widow, was instantly killed Tues last by fallinf rom the attice of
	 the Rockfish Factory, in this vicinity.
	D	In Pitt Co on the 28th ult., Mrs. Lucy Olivia GRIMES, wife of Bryan GRIMES, Es.q, and daughter of the 
	late John G. BLOUNT, of Washington, NC.
24 Jul 1854
	D	In this vicinity on the 20th inst., William Duhadway, 2nd son of H. L. & U. V? Myrover, aged 7 years 5 
	months 4 days.
	D	On 17 Jul at the residence of her son-in-law J. C. LEE, Esq., of Robeson, Mrs. Sarah YATES, aged 83 
	years.  Had 14 children.  Longtime member Methodist Episcopal Church.
	D	Near Hillsborough on the 18th inst., Alfred Octavius, youngest child of the Hon. Wm. [-?-} GRAHAM, 
	aged 15 months.
	D	In Cumberland Co on the 6th inst., of a chronic disease of the liver, after an illness of several weeks, Mr.
	 Stephen PEGRAM, member of Methodist Episcopal Church.
	D	In Sampson Co on the 6th inst., Mr. Henry M. DAWSON, in the 38th year of his age.
	D	In Wilmington on the 20th inst., of convlsions, Mr. Walter S. WILLIAMSON [age illegible]; native of 
	Norfolk, VA; last 18 months resident of Wilmington.
	D	In Salem on the 20th inst., Rev. Berhadt E. De SCHWEINITZ, in the 26th year of hisi age, Pastor of the 
	Moravian Church at Staten Island.
	M	Near Warrenton, NC, on Fri the 14th inst., Hon. Wm. H. POLK, of TN, to Miss [may be Mrs.] Lucy E. 
	WILLIAMS of NC.
27 Jul 1854
	D	At Mt. Mourne, Iredell Co, on the 15th inst., of apoplexy, Maj. Rufus REID, aged 57 years.
	D	In Brunswick Co on the 18th inst., Lawson D. BENNETT, son of Jesse & Martha BENNETT, aged 8 years.
	D	In Sampson Co on the 1st inst., Margaret, daughter of James T. & Margaret MATTHIS, aged 13 years.
	D	In Stanly Co on the 18th inst., Mr. Alpha SWEARINGEN, in his 61st year.  Papers at Nashville TN & 
	Grenada MS please copy.
	D	In Nash Co on the 18th inst., Jas. S. BATTLE, Esq., aged 68 years.
	M	In Cumberland Co on the 12th inst., by the Rev. Adam GILCHRIST, Thomas W. DEVANE to Miss C. 
	Frances MURPHY, daughter of John MURPHY, Esq.
31 Jul 1854
	D	In this town on the 29th inst., Rev. John DEPO, aged 64 years.  Preached Gospel 39 years in Methodist 
	Episcopal Church South; removed from Raleigh to this place 27 years ago.
	D	In Moore Co on the 21st ult., Mrs. Nicey B. THOMPSON, recently of this place.
	D	In Bladen Co a few days ago, Angus TAYLOR, Esq., formerly a merchant in this town.
	M	In Bladen Co on the 26th inst., by J. H. CLARK, Esq., Mr. David JONES of Columbus Co to Mrs. 
	Elizabeth MASSEY.
03 Aug 1854
	D	In this vicinity last night, very suddenly, Mr. Arch'd HONEYCUTT, formerly of Rowan Co, aged about 40 
	years.  Funeral this afternoon at 5 pm from the Baptist Church.
	D	In Duplin Co on the 6th ult., Elijah C., son of Osborn & Isabella CARR, aged 16[? Maybe 13 or 18] years
	 8 months 14 days.
	D	Near Lilesville on the 1st inst., Mrs. Martha SEAGO, aged 76 years.
	D	In Wadesborough on the 27th ult., Martha Lucia, daughter of Thos. S. & Caroline ASHE.
	D	In Wilmington, on Mon evening, Thos. Y. MORGAN, late of New York.
	D	At Rutherfordton, NC, on the 15th ult., after 7 weeks illness of congestion of the lungs & liver, Mr. 
	William E. GAITHER, son of Col. Burgess S. GAITHER, of Morganton, aged 22 years.  Leaves young 
	wife, married a little more than a year.
	D	In Wrightsville on the 28th inst., Mrs. Eliza C. BRADLEY, aged 73, consort of the late Richard BRADLEY.
	D	This morning at 7 am after a long & lingering illness, Arch'd A. T. SMITH, Esq., in the 44th year of his 
	age.  Many years practicing lawyer at the Fayetteville Bar; Clerk & Master of the Court of Equity.
	D	In Bladen Co on Wed, the 26th inst., Mary Eliza, infant daughter o f Dr. D. B. & Sarah Ann GILLESPIE.
	M	In Wilmington on the 31st ult., by Rev. M. B. GRIER, Levi A. HART to Mrs. Sarah M. KELLY, daughter of 
	Cpt. T. F. PECK, all of that town.
	M	Recently in Chesterfield District, SC, by Rev. J. W. MILLER, Mr. Thomas TOMLINSON of Anson Co to 
	Miss Eliza M., daughter of O. H. SPENCER, Esq.
07 Aug 1854
	D	At Carthage on Fri, 4 Aug, 1854, Mrs. Martha ADAMS, wife of Rev. S. D. ADAMS, in the 25th year of her
	 age.  Member M. E. Church.
	D	In Stanly Co on 15 Jun, Sarah Louisa, aged 9, and on the 17th, Eliza Jane, aged 11, daughters of 
	Robert M. & Mary WALL.  Long obit.
	D	In Montgomery Co on the 8th ult., Rev. A. H. RICHARDSON, aged about 40; local minister o f the M. E. 
	Church.  Leaves widow & 4 children.
	D	In Iredell Co on the 20th ult., Mr. Elisha G. GRAY, aged 46.  In Guilford Co, on the 18th ult., Mrs. 
	Hannah GRAY, aged 77, mother of the above.  Also, in the same county, Mr. Thomas GRAY, aged 84.  
	Also, on the 4th, a child of Mr. Jas. GRAY, aged 4 years.  Had been 9 deaths in this Guilford 
	neighborhood within a month of what is called the flux.
	D	Suddenly in Raleigh on Wed last, B. F. FANT.  Also on Wed, Joseph H. LANE, formerly of Rockingham.  
	Also on Wed, John PRIMROSE, for many years a merchant of Raleigh.
	D	In this county in Buckhorn District on Wed evening last, very suddenly, of cramp cholic, Mr. John 
	ATKINS, aged 32.
	D	Raleigh Star:  Chas. FINCH was killed in this city on the day of election whilst assisting to raise the 
	Democratic pole; pole fell on him, crushing his skull & killing him almost instantly.
	D	Wilmington Herald:  We understand on Thurs evening last at Clinton in a personal collision, Mr. Thos. H.
	 HOLMES shot Mr. Samuel IRELAND, inflicting dangerous, possibly fatal, wound.
	D	In Russell Co, AL, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Charlotte HOOPER, relict of the late Archibald M. HOOPER, 
	Esq., aged 68 years.
	I	Wilmington Herald:  Thurs evening last at Clinton, in a personal collision, Mr. Thos. H. HOLMES shot Mr.
	 Samuel IRELAND, inflicting a dangerous & possibly fatal wound.
10 Aug 1854
	D	In Raleigh on Mon evening last of Typhoid fever, Joseph W. EVANS, Esq., attorney at law, a native of 
	this county & former resident of this town.
	D	On 2 Aug in Robeson Co after a long & painful illness, Miss Effy BROWN, daughter of Mr. Duncan 
	BROWN.  For several years member Presbyterian Church.
	D	In Orange Co on the 28th ult., Mr. Thos. P. PAUL, aged 50.
	D	Near Lilesville on the 2d inst., Benjamin M. son of Wm. D. & Nancy BIRD, aged 18.
	D	Near Lilesville on the 26th ult., Lydia Frances, daughter of William & Rachael HENRY, aged 8 years 2 
	months 7 days.
	M	In Yadkin Co near Huntsville on the 3d inst., by J. J. CONRAD, Esq., Mr. Peter POINDEXTER to Miss 
	Sarah HAUSER.
14 Aug 1854
	D	At her residence in Robeson Co, NC, 15 Jul, Mrs. Margaret CAMPBELL; native of Scotland; supposed to
	 be about 90 years of age.
	D	In Forsythe Co on the 11th inst., Mr. Gottlieb VOGLER, in the 57th year of his age.
	D	In Yadkin Co on the 5th inst., Sarah Whitson, daughter of Joseph & S. L. WILLLIAMS, in the 13th year of
	 her age.
	D	On Little River in Moore Co on the 2nd inst., Mrs. Flora BLACK, relict of Archibald BLACK in the 83d 
	year of her age.  Member Presbyterian Church over 60 years.  Also, on McLendon's Creek in Moore Co
	 on the 25th ult., Mrs. Sarah CURRIE, in the 51st year of her age.  Also, on the 30th ult., Mr. James 
	RAY, aged about 70.
	D	On the 2d inst., in Robeson Co, Miss Effie BROWN, daughter of Duncan BROWN, Esq.
	D	Near St. Paul's Church, Robeson Co, on the 2d inst., John Henry, son of Mr. John McKINNON, in the 
	16th year of his age.
	M	On the evening of the 20th ult., by John WOOTEN, Esq., Mr. Geo. F. WHITFIELD of Duplin Co to Miss 
	Mary Ann BIZZELL of Wayne.
	M	In Duplin Co on the 8th inst., by Rev. Mr. SPRUNT, Wm. E. HILL, Esq., to Miss Frances FAISON, 
	daughter of I. FAISON, deceased.
17 Aug 1854
	D	Also, near Lilesville, on Mon last, Mrs. Rachel, wife of Mr. Wm. HENRY.
	D	In the vicinity of Wadesborough on Sun night last, Mrs. Rachel LITTLE.
	D	Near Lilesville in Anson Co, on Sun last, of diarrheoa, Rev. Malachi SEAGO.
	D	Wadesboro' Star:  Negro woman named MARTHA, property of Stephen WILLIAMS of this county, was 
	killed Fri the 4th inst.  Inquest held; jury agreed death caused by load  of shot discharged from a gun in 
	the hands of Sarah WILLIAMS.  Mrs. WILLIAMS has fled.
	M	In Richmond Co on the 6th ult., by James L. YATES, Esq., Mr. Isaiah PRIEST to Miss Nellie, daughter of 
	the late Allen McDONALD.
21 Aug 1854
	D	In this town on Mon evening last, the 14th inst., Mrs. Martha D. HOUSTON, wife of Mr. James T. 
	HOUSTON, aged 22 years, leaving an infant.
	D	Charlotte Whig:  On Mon evening last, James WILSON, about 19, son of Joseph H. WILSON, Esq., shot 
	Nathaniel C. CLAYLAND, about 21, son of Mrs. Mary TAYLOR, wife of Nathan TAYLOR, Esq., of this 
	town.  CLAYLAND taken to his mother's room at Maj. KERR's hotel; no hope for his recovery.  Both 
	raised same town, attended same school, had always been friendly.  Long article.
	M	In Yadkin Co on Wed evening the 9th inst., by the Rev. R. W. BARBER, Josiah COWLES, Jr., of 
	Hamptonville, to Mary EVANS, daughter of the late Josiah EVANS, Jr., of Fayetteville.
24 Aug 1854
	D	Near Bolton's MS, Duncan McALPIN, with chronic diarrhoea, in the 70th year of his age; native of 
	Robeson Co, NC, but for last 14 years citizen of MS.  While in Robeson Co, elected several times to 
	political & civil offices.  Long Obit
	D	At his residence in Wayne Co on Fri the 4th inst., after a protracted illness, Pierce BROGDEN, soldier of
	 the War of 1812, in the 63d year of his age.
28 Aug 1854
	D	Dr. Edward BROWN in Salisbury in a fit of insanity leaped from a 2nd story window of his father's house 
	in that town on Wed last.  Instantly killed.
	D	At the residence of Robert W. PALMER, in Chatham Co, on the 22d inst., Dr. Lewis L. HOLMES, native 
	of Washington, NC, but for the last 5 years resident of Chatham Co, aged 28 years.
	D	In Rienzi, MS, on the 13th inst., at the residence of his son-in-law, Dr. J. W. STEVENS, Rev. John T. 
	PETTY, in the 53rd year of his age.  Native of Chatham Co, NC; removed to Moore Co in 1843; fall of 
	1849 emigrated to Tishamingo Co, MS where he remained until his death.  Many years Minister of the 
	Gospel in the Christian Church.
31 Aug 1854
	D	Near C. F. College, on the 17th inst., Mary Blake, daughter of Jeremiah & Mary INGRAM, aged 9 months.
	D	In Robeson Co on the 24th inst., in the 53d year of her age, Mrs. Florah BAXTER, wife of Malcom 
	BAXTER & daughter of the late Randal CURRIE, Esq.  Twice married; first to late Neill B. JOHNSON, 
	Esq., then to Mr. BAXTER.  Leaves husband, several children.
	D	In Duplin Co on the morning of 21 Aug, Robert Henry, infant son of George W. & Mary MIDDLETON, 
	aged 2 months 16 days.  Long obit.
	M	In this town at the Catholic Church on Sun the 27th inst., by Rev. Thos. MURPHY, Mr. Thomas O'BRIEN 
	to Miss Catharine MONAGHAN.
04 Sep 1854
	D	On 31 Jul last, at the Warm Springs in Madison Co, NC, in the 38th year of his age, Mr. William B. 
	MOFFITT, merchant of Ashborough.
	D	Suddenly on the morning of 21 Aug, near St. Paul's Church, Robeson Co, Mrs. Catharine G., wife of Mr.
	 John McKINNON & daughter of Mrs. Margaret McNAIR, in the 40th year of her age.
	D	Rowan Whig:  In Cabarrus Co last week man named HOLBROOKS hung his own son.  HOLBROOKS 
	fled but has been apprehended, to stand trial next Nov Court.  MORE
07 Sep 1854
	D	On 1 Aug at Mt. Zion, in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Rev. Miles VOGLER, Missionary of the 
	Moravian Church in that country and west Indies since 1836.  Aged 48 years.
11 Sep 1854
	D	In Duplin Co on the 30th ult., in the 54th year of her age, Mrs. Susan SWINSON, consort of John 
	SWINSON.
	D	At Hoboken NJ on 4th inst., after an illness of 15 days, Mary, youngest daughter of N. & M. J. 
	BARNSON, aged 2 years 10 months.
	D	At Smithfield, NC, 9 Jul 1854, Easter Ann, daughter of Maj. Nathan & Martha WILLIAMS, aged 14 years 
	11 months 1 day.
	D	Tribute of Respect; meeting of members of the Bar 28 Aug at Smithfield appointed Edward CANTWELL, 
	H. W. HUSTED & George V. STRONG Esq. to draft resolution of sorrow; Members of the Johnston Co 
	Bar learned at Aug Term death of their friend and brother Joseph W. EVANS, Esq. at Raleigh 29 Jul 
	1854.
	D	In this town on the 6th inst., Mr. George McMILLAN, aged about 41 years.
	D	At Red Springs, Robeson Co, on the 5th inst., after a short but painful illness, Harriet Almira, eldest 
	daughter of T. O. & Gainor SALMONS, aged 12 years 6 months.
	D	In Duplin Co on the 25th ult., Martha Ann, daughter of Perry & Eveline DOBSON, aged 15 years 7 
	months.
	D	In Smithfield, NC, 9 Jul 1854, Easter Ann, daughter of Major Nathan & Martha WILLIAMS, aged 14 years
	 11 months 1 day.
	D	On 4 Sep at an advanced age, after painful & lingering affliction, Eve SMITH, wife of Philip SMITH of 
	Guilford Co in NC.  Leaves husband & children.  Long obit.
14 Sep 1854
	D	In Richmond Co on Sun the 10th inst., Mr. Jas. BOSTICK, aged 54 eyars.
	D	At Powellton in Richmond Co on Sat, the 2d inst., Basil Manly THOMPSON, native of Pittsboro', 
	Chatham Co, where he was brought up.  Graduated from the University class of 1852.
	D	In Montgomery Co, NC, on 11 Aug, Mrs. Mary Jane, consort of Mr. W. T. BRUTON, and daughter of 
	Robt. & Mary P. MEBANE, of Orange Co, aged 36 years.  Leaves husband, 4 children, 2 died before.
	M	On the 16th inst., by the Rev. Franklin POWEL, Mr. James A. EDWARDS to Miss M. A. PAPE, all of 
	Greene Co, NC.
18 Sep 1854
	D	In Wilmington on the 11th inst., Mary H., daughter of Griffith J. McREE, Esq., aged 3 years.
	D	Mrs. Elizabeth BENTON, wife of Hon. Thos. H. BENTON died at Washington City on the 10th inst., aged 
	60 years.  Native of VA.
	D	In Washington, GA on Sun night, the 3rd inst., Mr. John J. KELLY, in the 40th year of his age.  Native of 
	NC.
	D	Near Alfordsville, Robeson Co, on Sabbath evening 23 Jul last, Sarah, wife of Mr. Zachariah FULMORE,
	 and daughter of John BETHEA, dec'd, formerly of Marion District, SC, in the 32nd year of her age.
21 Sep 1854
	D	Wilmington Herald:  Drowned, Cpt. ANDREWS of Schr. Araminta, of Baltimore, accidentally fell into the 
	river on last Sat evening.  Inquest held by Coroner WOOD.
	D	In Anson Co on 31 Aug last, Joseph Washington, son of Flavel B. & Mary A. FLAKE, aged 6 months.
	25 Sep 1854
	D	In Grimes Co, TX, Robert C. WEST, son of J. W. S. WEST, in his 20th year; native Wayne Co, NC, but 
	had resided in TX since Jan 1853.
	D	In the vicinity of Clinton, Sampson Co, on the 13th inst., Miss Susan P., 2nd daughter of James T. & 
	Margaret MATTHIS; about 15 years of age, member Clinton Female Institute.  More on resolution by 
	Institute and actions taken.
	D	In Cumberland Co on the 6th ult., of typhoid fever, Mr. Lovet RYALS, aged about 55 years.
	D	On the 18th ult., at his residence in Robeson Co, Mr. John B. CURRIE, in the 75th year of his age; 
	native of Islay, Scotland; for last 50 years resident Robeson Co.
	D	In Robeson Co, at the residence of her brother-in-law, Dr. A. D. McLEAN, on 29 Aug 1854, Miss Sallie 
	McEACHIN, in the 25th year of her age.  Joined Presbyterian church 1844.  Lon gobit.
	D	At Shocco Springs, on the 13th inst., Edward W. SANDERS, Esq., of Onslow Co, aged 41 years.
	D	In Richmond Co on Mon, 18 Sep, Mr. Thomas PATE, in the 63d year of his age, formerly of Wayne Co.
28 Sep 1854
	D	In Wilmington on Sun night, 24th inst., Mr. George W. MATHER, aged 35 years, formerly of New York 
	City.
	I	Wilmington Journal:  Eldest son of Dr. James F. McREE, Jr., boy of 8 or so, was riding a horse which 
	became unmanageable, caught his foot in stirrup and was dragged.  Fears are that the brain was 
	injured.
	M	In Raleigh on Mon morning last, by the Rev. R. S. MASON, D.D., Montford McGEHEE, Esq., of Caswell 
	Co, to Miss Sallie P., daughter of the Hon. George E. BADGER.
	M	At Franklinsville, Randolph Co, NC, on the 21st inst., by Rev. Mr. STOWE, Mr. R. M. HENSON to Miss 
	Sophia ALLRED, all of Franklinsville.  Also, on the same day at Cedar Falls, by Thos. BRANSON, Esq., 
	Mr. Anderson FOX to Miss Mary L. ALLRED, all of Randolph Co, NC.
05 Oct 1854
	D	At 10 pm Mon night last Mr. Henry MEACHAM was run over by the rail road train about 10 miles from 
	Wilmington.  He was intoxicated, sat upon the track.  Employed by the rail road.
	D	Tues afternoon last young man named WADKINS, in the employ of Messrs. C. S. & C. C. BARBEE, of 
	Barclaysville, in this county, was instantly killed in this town by being thrown from a wagon which he was 
	driving.
	D	Hon. J. W. JACKSON died of yellow fever at Savannah on Wed last week.  Formerly a member of 
	Congress.
	M	In Selma AL on the 18th ult., by the Rev. W. H. PLATT, Mr. William WADDILL, Jr., to Miss Maria Crusoe, 
	daughter of the late Charles B. JONES, all formerly of this place.
	M	In this town this morning, 5th inst., by Rev. S. M. FROST, Mr. B. F. PEARCE, of the firm of PEARCE & 
	FERGUSON, to Miss Maria, daughter of the late Geo. B. ATKINS - all of this place.
	M	On Tues evening last by Rev. S. Milton FROST, Mr. John E. McMASTER, of the firm of McDONALD & 
	McMASTER, to Miss Martha, daughter of Mr. Owen HOUSTON.
09 Oct 1854
	D	at the residence of his brother, Geo. V. STRONG, Esq., in Goldsboro', NC on the 3d inst., Robert 
	STRONG, aged about 19 years, son of the late Dr. STRONG, of Sampson Co NC.
	D	On the 23d ult., at the house of his so-in-law, near Kelley's Cove, Bladen Co, Mr. Archibald BUIE, 
	formerly of Wilmington, NC, aged about 50 years.
	D	In Washington NC on the 27th ult., John F. LATHAM, Esq., Attorney at Law, aged 26.
	D	In Moore Co on the 23d ult., Peter McLAUCHLIN, a native of Argyleshire, Scotland, aged about 70 
	years.
	D	At Elkville, NC on the 3d inst., in the 3rd year of his age, Robert Duval, 3d son of Calvin J. & Martha T. 
	COWLES.
	M	In Duplin Co on the 25th ult., by N. FREDERICK, Esq., Mr. David T. MERRILL to Miss Hannah Jane, 
	youngest daughter of Luke POLLOCK, Esq.
	M	In Bladen Co on Thurs last, by the Rev. D. S. WILLIAMS, Mr. Samuel MIMS, of this town, to Mrs. Lucy 
	PLUMMER.
	M	In Bladen Co on the 27th ult., at the residence of Dr. John S. RICHARDSON, by the Rev. J. P. 
	McPHERSON, A. K. CROSLANd, MD to Miss Eliza C. BLAKE.
12 Oct 1854
	D	Near Huntsville AL on 7 Sep last, Mrs. Margaret HAMBLEN, formerly of Bladen Co, NC, but for the last 
	35 years resident of AL, aged 61 years.
	D	Geo W. BAXTER, Esq., Attorney at Law & late Whig candidate for the State Senate, died at 
	Rutherfordton on the 1st inst.  Franklin B. McMILLAN, Esq., another Whig candidate for the Senate at 
	the late election, died in Ashe Co on the same day.
	D	James HOLMES of Nashville was killed in that city on the 15th inst., in an affray with Mr. John LONG, of 
	NC.
	D	In Wilmington on Sun, 8th inst., Mrs. Mary E. RANKIN, relict of the late Owen RANKIN, aged 36 years.
	M	At Red Springs, Robeson Co, on the 4th inst., by Rev. J. B. MARTIN, William C. McNEILL, Esq., to Miss 
	Mahala A. FITZRANDOLPH; all of Robeson.
	M	On the 14th ult., by the Rev. James STACY, Elias TOWNSEND, of Harlleesville, to Miss Elizabeth 
	KERVIN, both of Marion District, SC.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 28th ult., by Rev. G. W. HUFFHAM, Mr. Alex. G. HERRING, to Miss Ann R. 
	FAISON.
	M	On Sun evening, the 1st inst., by George KIRKMAN, Esq., Mr. John W. COX to Miss Elizabeth 
	HACKNEY, daughter of Jos. J. HACKNEY, all of Chatham.  Poem.
16 Oct 1854
	D	At his residence in Onslow Co, on the 7th inst., of bilious diarrhea, Dr. Geo. H. McMILLAN, aged 62 
	years; native of Richmond Co, NC; lived some 30 years in New Hanover & Duplin counties; last 15 years
	 in Onslow.
	D	In Franklinsville on the 4th inst., Laura Frances, only daughter of Thomas A. & Ann C. HENDRICKS, 
	aged 1 year 3 months.
	D	In this town on the 12th inst., Mary, daughter of James E. & Eliza MOONEY, aged about 6 years.
	D	In this vicinity on Thurs last, Mary, 2nd daughter of James W. STRANGE, Esq., aged 4 years.
	D	Mr. Nathaniel J. PALMER, Editor of the Milton (NC) Spectator, died Sat last at his residence of 
	congestive fever.  MORE OBIT
	M	At Eden ton on Wed last by the Rev. Sam'l JOHNSTON, John SYME, Esq., of New Orleans to Miss A. C. 
	De COIN of Edenton.
	M	At Monticello, Moore Co, at the residence of Mr. A. JESSUP, by Wm. B. RICHARDSON, Esq., Cpt. Benj. 
	P. FRY to Miss Catharine J. HOLLINSWORTH.
	M	In this town on the 12th inst., by D. G. McRAE, Esq., Mr. Archibald GRAHAM to Miss Alice BURNS, both 
	of this place.
19 Oct 1854
	D	In Richmond Co on the 27th ult., after a lingering illness, Mrs. Elizabeth FREEMAN, wife of Mr. Samuel 
	FREEMAN, in the 20th year of her age; leaves husband, 1 small child.
	D	In Rockingham Co, on the 2d inst., Thomas SMITH, aged 72.  Also, on the same day, Joseph 
	HOLDERBY, Sen., aged 81.
	D	In Copia Co MS on 30 Aug, J. D. McNEILL, formerly of NC, but for the last 18 years a citizen of MS.  He 
	was universally respected.
	D	In Wilmington on the 15th inst., Mrs. Sarah Ann, consort of Mr. S. N. CANNON, aged 45.  Also, on the 
	same day, Mr. Gardner ELLIS, Captain of the Town Guard, aged 44.
	D	Near Springfield, Richmond Co, Louisa E., youngest daughter of Calton HALL, dec'd, aged 10 years 6 
	months 16 days.  MORE
	D	In Cheraw on the 7th inst., Mrs. Ann HORN, aged about 76, native of Richmond Co., NC.
	M	In Bladen Co on the 12th inst., by Toliver SUTTON, Esq., Mr. W. R. T. COSTIN to Miss Mary Jane, 
	daughter of M. MONROE, Esq.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 15th inst., by the Rev'd Wm. AYRES, Dr. H. G. McEACHIN, late of AL to Miss 
	Nancy INMAN, daughter of Allen INMAN.
	M	In Wilmington on Tues evening, 17th inst., by the Rev. N. F. REID, Mr. L. H. BOWDEN to Miss Mary J. F. 
	KING.
23 Oct 1854
	D	In this town on the morning of the 20th inst., Miss Clarissa E. PEARCE, 2nd daughter of the late Rev. 
	John H. PEARCE.
	D	At Cedar Falls, NC, 13 Oct, Dr. Lorenzo WOOD in the 47th year of his age.
26 Oct 1854
	D	At Glenburnia, NC, on the 15th inst., Mrs. Sarah L. PENICK, wife of the Rev. P. Tinsley PENICK, of 
	Cabarrus Co, & daughter of M. M. BAILEY, Esq., of Iredell Co, in the 21st year of her age.
	D	In Chatham Co at the residence of her brother-in-law, Oliver VESTAL, on 14 Oct, Miss Agnes F. PUGH, 
	of Randolph, in the 27th year of her age.  Member Baptist Church 1844.  Long Obit.
	D	In Edenton on the 13th inst., after a protracted illness, Hugh W. COLLINS, Esq., in his 43d year.
	D	In Wilmington on the 20th inst., Mrs. Leah MELTON, aged about 35 years, formerly of Onslow Co.
	D	In Anson Co on the 15th inst., Wm. WALL, Sr., aged about 76 years.
30 Oct 1854
	D	At Baton Rouge LA on the 28th ult., of yellow fever, Lt. John A. MEBANE of the US Army, in the 25th 
	year of his age.  Native of Greensborough NC; graduated with distinction at West Point in 1850.
	D	In Atlanta GA on the 19th inst., Mr. John L. BARRINGER, of Columbus GA, native of Cabarrus Co, NC.
	D	In Greensborough on the 21st inst., Mr. Robert T. WOODBURN, Register of the County, aged 50; also 
	on the 22d, his nephew, aged 8 years, a son of Mr. Elial WOODBURN, of Anson Co.
	D	At the residence of her son, M. P. BLUE, in Montgomery AL, of the prevailing epidemic, on the 20th 
	inst., Mrs. Eliza Powers, consort of Neill BLUE, in the 59th year of her age.  Native Robeson Co, 
	removed with her husband in 1819 where continued to reside until her death with exception of 4 years in
	 TX; leaves husband, 8 children.  Member Methodist Episcopal Church.
	D	In Cumberland Co on the 14th inst., after an illness of about 6 weeks, Miss Jennett McKINNON, in the 
	73d year of her age.
	D	In Robeson Co on the 17th inst., Mr. William CONOLY, in the 51st year of his age.
	D	In Moore Co on the 23d inst., William DALRYMPLE, in his 83d year; member Presbyterian Church many 
	years.
	D	At his residence in this county on Sat last, after a long & painful illness, Maj. Jonathan HARALSON, 
	formerly of Chatham Co.
	D	At Franklinsville, on the 14th inst., Miss Agnes Florinda PUGH, daughter of Jesse E. PUGH.
	M	In Wilmington on the 24th inst., by Rev. Mr. REID, Mr. W. A. WALKER to Miss Sallie M. POTTS, both of 
	Wilmington.
02 Nov 1854
	D	Salisbury Whig:  Col. Richard LOWRY, of this vicinity, was killed yesterday on his way to Concord to 
	attend a meeting of the Presbyterian Synod.  Leaves wife.  MORE
	D	In Union Co on the 16th ult., Susan Rebecca, only daughter of Col. B. F. INGRAM, of Anson, aged 10 
	years.
	D	In Aberdeen, MS, on the 18th ult., Mrs. Alice, consort of Needham WHITFIELD, Esq., in her 61st year.
	D	In Dallas Co AL, on the 5th ult., Cpt. John ELLERBE, formerly of Chesterfield District, SC, aged 67.
	D	At Lilesville, Anson Co, on the 7th ult., Ella Florence, daughter of Jas. A. & Tempe LILES, aged 10 
	months 20 days.
	D	In Anson Co on the 18th ult., Josiah ALLEN, aged 18, son of Joseph ALLEN.
	D	In Wilmington on the 27th ult., Mr. Uriah RUSSELL, aged 46 years.
	D	At Long Creek, New Hanover Co, on the 30th ult., of typhoid fever, Mr. Maurice A. MOORE, aged 35 
	years.
	D	At his residence in this county on the 28th ult., Jonathan HARALSON, Esq., in the 61st year of his age.  
	Resident of Chatham Co until about 8 years ago.  MORE
	D	In Robeson Co on the 27th ult., in the 29th year of his age, Mr. Henry McNEILL, member of the 
	Presbyterian Church.  Leaves wife, 3 small children.
	06 Nov 1854
	D	Near Springfield, Richmond Co, on the 28th ult., after a painful illness of 4 weeks, Kitty, daughter of 
	Sam'l J. & Mary GIBSON, aged 6 years 5 months 17 days.
06 Nov 1854
	D	Suddenly in Goldsborough on the 21st ult., Jno. BRITT, Engineer; also, on the 24th, Mrs. Harriet BRITT,
	 wife of John BRITT & daughter of Col. A. F. MOSES, of this county.
	D	At Mount Vernon Springs in Chatham Co on the 24th inst., of typhoid fever, after an illness of about 3 
	weeks, Wm. M. CRUTCHFIELD, formerly of Orange Co NC, in the 36th year of his age, leaving wife & 
	child.  Presbyterian.  Long Obit
	D	In this place on the 24th ult., Sarah Atkinson McMILLAN, daughter of the late George & Delany 
	McMILLAN, aged 1 year 11 months 10 days.
	D	On the 12th ult., in the 23d year of her age, at her father's residence in Onslow Co, Ann Eliza, consort 
	of Dr. Wm. W. DAVIS & daughter of John A. & Serena AVERITT.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 19th ult., by Rev. Hope BAIN, Mr. Edward VAIL, Postmaster at Spring Vale in said
	 county, to Miss Polley ROGERS, formerly of New Hanover Co.
	M	In Wilmington on Thurs last by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Dr. Alfred O. BRADLEY to Miss Fannie Frances, 
	daughter of the late Wm. H. LIPPITT.
	M	In this place on the 26th ult., by Rev. S. M. FROST, Mr. James BRYANT, of Lenoir, to Miss Nancy Ann 
	BRADY, of this place.
09 Nov 1854
	D	In the 63rd year of his age, 2 Nov, at the house of Col. John C. McLAURIN, Richmond Co, on his way 
	home from the late Synod of NC, Rev. Archibald SMITH.  MORE
	D	At the residence of his son, A. B. MARSH, Mt. Vernon Springs, Chatham Co, on the 2d inst., William 
	MARSH, aged 103 years 10 months.  Born VA Jan 1751, removed when a young man to Chatham Co, 
	NC.  Raised 15 children, 10 of  whom survive; supposedly 300 descendants.  MORE RW service.
	D	Raleigh Star:  Sat morning last Mr. William RAND & wife were coming into the city, horses attached to his
	 carriage took fright just below the residence of Maj. GWYNN, ran away, threw Mrs. Rand upon the 
	rocks; she died in a short time.  Quite an aged lady.
	D	Raleigh Star:  Inquest held by coroner SCOTT over body of a free Negro named CHAVES, found 
	murdered on the Fayetteville road several miles from this city Fri morning last.  Knife wound.  Free 
	Negro named JORDAN implicated, and a free woman who is in jail.  JORDAN not taken.
	M	In Stanly Co on Tues last, Mr. E. Dorsey HUNTLY of  this county to Miss Fanny LILLY of Stanly.
13 Nov 1854
	D	Near Montgomery AL on the 28th ult., of yellow fever, Mr. G. B. PFOHL, formerly of Salem, NC, aged 42 
	years.
	D	Raleigh STAR:  Mr. Kinion JONES of this county was crushed between two cars on the ------ Railroad 
	above Raleigh Thurs afternoon last.  Not expected to live.
	D	Near Mocksville on the 5th inst., Dr. Pleasant S. SMITH, of typhoid fever, aged about 21 years.
	D	In Robeson Co on the 5th inst., Mr. William ALLEN, aged upwards of 90 years.
	D	In Lumberton on Wed last, Mr. Charles MOORE, formerly a merchant of Fayetteville, aged 90 years.
	D	In Raleigh on Wed morning last, after a long & painful illness, M. C. THOMPSON, son of Wm. 
	THOMPSON, Esq., about 24 years.
	D	In Sampson Co on the 4th inst., in the 18th year of his age of congestive fever and inflammation in the 
	bowels & on the 3rd day of sickness, Julius H. CLIFTON, son of the Rev. J. L. CLIFTON.  MORE
	D	In Bladen Co on 15 Oct, after an illness of about 24 hours, Mrs. Julia Ann McKEE, aged 33 years 8 
	months 3 days.  Leaves husband, 8 children.  Daughter of Nathan THOMPSON, Esq., deceased, of 
	Robeson Co.
	D	In this town on Tues evening last, Mrs. Easther JONES, widow of the late Ephraim JONES, aged 74.
	M	In this town on Thurs the 9th inst., by Rev. James McDANIEL, Mr. R. T. SCANLIN to Miss Mary J., 
	daughter of the late Neill JOHNSON, of Fayetteville.
	M	In Greensville Co VA by the Rev. George W. CHARLTON, Mr. William H. LASPEYRE of Wilmington NC 
	to Miss Susan P. CRUMP of Greensville.
	M	In Wilmington on the 9th inst., by Rev. Mr. GREER, Mr. Wm. B. CARR of Duplin Co to Miss Mary C. 
	HANSLEY of Wilmington.
16 Nov 1854
	D	In Randolph Co near Normal College on the 1st inst., Julian Asbury SMITH, in the 19th year of his age; 
	son of Abijah & Mary SMITH.  Member M. E. Church.
	D	Near Lilesville on the 3d inst., Mrs. Eliza Jane, wife of Thomas BIRD, and daughter of William HENRY, 
	aged 22 years.  And on the 8th inst., Nelson Shaler, infant son of William HENRY, aged 7 months 17 
	days.  In 3 months 7 members of Mr. HENRY's family stricken.
	D	In Wadesborough on the 8th inst., after an illness of 11 days, Norfleet D. BOGGAN, Esq., Clerk of the 
	County Court, aged 49.
	D	In New Orleans, on the 28th ult., of consumption, Edward H. WINGATE, aged probably 48 years, 
	formerly of Wilmington, NC.
	M	Near Lilesville, on the 7th inst., by J. A. LILES, Esq., Mr. J. T. LOW to Miss W. A. WILLIAMS.
	M	In Robeson Co on the 9th inst., by the Rev. N. McDONALD, Mr. Paisley ALFORD to Miss Martha J. 
	McRAE, daughter of John McRAE, deceased.
	M	In Wilmington on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Robert STRANGE & Miss Carrie, daughter of 
	Dr. Thos. H. WRIGHT, of Wilmington.
	M	At the residence of Patrick MURPHY, Esq., in Sampson Co, on Tues evening last, by the Rev. A. 
	GILCHRIST, Erasmus H. EVANS, Esq., of this county, to Miss Susan, daughter of Patrick MURPHY, Esq.
20 Nov 1854
	D	After a brief illness, John C. BLUM, Esq., of Salem, Editor of the People's Press; age about 70.
	D	Thurs last Judge MANLY passed sentence of death on Jonathan BAKER, formerly of Robeson Co, 
	convicted last Term of murder of man named EDWARDS at Rockfish village.  Sentence to be executed 
	Fri, 1 Dec.
	D	In this town this morning after an illness of only 26 hours, Mr. Hugh McPHERSON, in the 31st year of his 
	age.  Funeral this afternoon at 3:30.
	D	At the residence of Mr. John H. SPEARMAN in Sampson Co, NC, on the 1st inst.,  Mrs. Barshabee 
	HERRING, aged 84 years.
	D	In Brunswick recently, Nathaniel POTTER, aged 68 years, for 40 years member Methodist Episcopal 
	Church.
	D	In Hookerton, Greene Co, NC, on Sat evening, 4 Nov, Mr. James A. MAY in the 27th year of his age; 
	leaves wife & only child.
	D	In Greensborough on the 6th inst., Dr. I. J. M. LINDSAY, aged about 50 years.
	M	In Stanly Co on the 5th inst., by W. S. PEMBERTON, Esq., Mr. Henry WARE of Montgomery Co, to Mrs. 
	Mary VICK.
	M	On the 19th inst., by William ALLEN, Esq., Mr. James A. EARNHARDT to Miss Catharine HOWELL, all of 
	Stanly.
23 Nov 1854
	D	Near Lumberton on the 17th inst., of typhoid fever, Miss Eliza Ann GUNN, daughter of John GUNN.
	D	In Chatham Co on the 13th inst., after an illness of 10 hours, Mr. Riley WAY, in the 28th year of his age;
	 leaves wife, 2 children.
	D	In Wilmington on Sat evening last, Miss Susan A. PRICE, daughter of the late Jas. PRICE, aged 53 
	years.
	M	In this county on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Daniel JOHNSON, Mr. Neill McINNIS to Miss Margaret 
	McDOUGALD, daughter of the late Dugald McDOUGALD, all of this county.
	M	In Carthage on the 21st inst., by S. C. BRUCE, Esq., Mr. Jno W. TAYLOR to Miss Sarah Ann 
	McCLENAHAN, all of Pittsboro'.
	M	In Cumberland Co on the 16th inst., by Jas. S. HARRINGTON, Esq., Mr. Neill McLEOD, Jr., to Miss 
	Margaret, daughter of the late Jno. McLEOD.
	M	Near Rockingham, Richmond Co, on Sun, the 12th inst., by the Rev. H. H. CROWSON, Mr. Harris G. 
	TERRY to Miss Sarah Jane COVINGTON, all of Rockingham Co.
27 Nov 1854
	D	Sat the 18th inst., house of Mr. Miliner BURKE near Pittsboro', Chatham Co, took fire; Mr. BURKE 
	returned for his money, roof collapsed on him.
	D	In Orange Co on the 8th inst., Mrs. Delia SMITH, widow of the late Dr. James S. SMITH, in the 69th year 
	of her age.
	D	At Asheville on the 21st inst., of inflammation of the lungs, Mr. John LUMSDEN, of this town, aged about 
	38; leaves wife, 6 children.
	M	On Mon the 20th inst., by M. MENDENHALL, Esq., in Guilford Co, Mr. Baston ENGLISH to Miss Eliza 
	MENDENHALL, both of Randolph Co.
	M	In the vicinity of Hillsborough on Thurs evening the 17th inst., by the Rev. Robert BURWELL, Thos. 
	WEBB, Esq., Attorney and Counselor at Law, to Miss Robina NORWOOD, daughter of John W. 
	NORWOOD.
30 Nov 1854
	M	In Rockingham Co on the 16th inst., by Rev. E. DODSON, Col. J. W. COVINGTON of Richmond Co and 
	Miss Fannie, daughter of Hon. Thomas SETTLE, of the former county.
04 Dec 1854
	D	Jonathan BAKER sentenced to be hanged in this town on Fri last, was reprieved by Gov. REID till the 
	28th inst.
	D	At Alamance Superior Court last week, WESLEY, slave of Mr. Daniel WAGGONER's was convicted of 
	the murder of Mrs. Elizabeth STRADER, sentenced to be hanged on the 15th inst.
	D	In Duplin Co on the 14th ult., George W. BLIZZARD, aged 24 years.
	D	In Sampson Co on the 7th ult., Mr. D. C. McPHAIL, aged about 36 years.
	D	In Brazoria Co, TX, on 21 Oct last, Mr. James C. McNEILL, in the 27th year of his age; native of 
	Robeson Co, NC.
	D	In Burleson Co, TX, in Jul last, Miss Mary Jane MALLOY, daughter of Daniel & Margaret MALLOY, 
	formerly of Robeson Co, NC.
	M	At the residence of Stephenes CHAMNESS in Chatham Co, on 23 Nov, by S. T. CULBERTSON, Esq., 
	Frederic RICHARDSON to Nancy JOHNSON, daughter of Cornelius JOHNSON, dec'd.
	M	In Chatham Co on 8 Nov, by Rev. Shubal G. EVANS, Mr. Maben COBLE, of Alamance, to Miss Pauline 
	Agnes, 2nd daughter of Nicholas R. BRIDGES of Chatham Co.
	M	At Rockfish Village on the 21st ult., by M. B. GILLIS, Esq., Mr. John WARRICH of Robeson Co to Miss 
	Sallie WHITE.
07 Dec 1854
	D	At Greenhill Lodge, Edinburgh, on Wed, the 35th [sic] ult., Colin MacRAE, formerly of Demarara.
	D	At Alfordsville, Robeson Co, on the 20th ult., Barbara CADE, 75 years of age; Presbyterian for many 
	years.
	M	On Tues morning the 5th inst., at the residence of Mr. James VERNON in Johnson [sic] Co, Col. T. 
	WADDELL of this place, to Mrs. Marsaline WHITLEY.
	M	At Patrick Courthouse, VA, 21 Nov, by the Rev. S. S. BRYANT, Cyrus P. MENDENHALL, Esq., of 
	Greensboro', NC to Miss Nannie L., daughter of Col. A. STAPLES, of Patrick, VA.
	M	At Summerfield AL on the 22d ult., Rev. Bishop ANDREW, of the M. E. Church, South, To Mrs. 
	CHILDERS.
	M	In Moore Co on the 30th ult., by D. B. McIVER, Esq., Mr. William McNEILL, of Chatham, to Miss Mahala, 
	daughter of John SHEPPARD, Esq.
11 Dec 1854
	D	In Raleigh on the 5th inst., of Scarlet Fever, Jeremiah NIXON, Esq., aged about 49 years.
	D	We learn from Col. J. W. CAMERON of this place, that 4 Negro children on his Richmond plantation 
	were burned to death in his kitchen which was destroyed Thurs afternoon last.  Children, 8 in all, under 
	5 years of age, left in charge of Negro woman; in her absence the fire occurred; 3 children escaped.
14 Dec 1854
	D	Near Lilesville, Anson Co, on the 4th inst., Mrs. Martha MEACHAM, wife of W. G. MEACHAM, Esq., at an 
	advanced age.
	D	At Macon GA, lately, Mr. Robert Pleasants HALL, son of Dr. E. HALL, formerly of Brunswick Co, NC, 
	aged about 30.
	D	At Weathrbrooks', Bladen Co, on the 3d inst., Mrs. Sarah McLEOD, in her 63d year.
	D	In Salem on the 29th ult., Mr. Evan BONER in the 49th year of his age.  Also, on the 5th inst., Mrs. 
	Dorothea E. BONER, wife of Mr. Isaac BONER, aged 76.
	D	On Upper Little River in this county, on Tues morning last, Mr. William McDOUGALD.
	D	John L. NORTON, 85 years of age, worth $500,000, killed by one of the city railroad cars; unknown & 
	unclaimed was buried in Potter's Field at expense of the city.  Family did not ascertain what had 
	happened for 10 or 12 days; then disinterred him, buried in Greenwood Cemetery.  Left bulk of estate 
	to Brock CARROLL, a grandson.
	D	Near McDonough, Henry Co GA, on the 28th ult., Mr. Burwell RAGLAND, native of Chatham CO, NC, in 
	the 59th year of his age.
	M	In Anson Co by John BROADAWAY, Esq., Col. James M. BROADAWAY to Miss Susannah MORRISS, all
	 of that County.
18 Dec 1854
	D	In Monroe Co on the 30th ult., Sarah Louisa, infant of Eli H. & Caroline M. MOFFITT, aged 1 year 18 
	days.
	D	In Chatham Co on the 10th inst., in the 51st year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth WATSON, widow of the late 
	Jno. WATSON, dec'd.  Leaves 6 children.  Many years a Baptist.
	D	In Robeson Co on the 6th inst., Mr. James HILL in the 70th year of his age.
	D	Near Forestville on the night of the 6th inst., Mrs. Ann M. LIGON, consort of John LIGON, Esq., aged 64 
	years.
	D	In Wake Co on 15 Nov Mrs. Esther HINTON, consort of Joseph HINTON, dec'd, in the 64th year of her 
	age.
	D	In Raleigh suddenly of congestive chill on the 10th inst., Missouri A., daughter of Jethro A. JENKINS, 
	Esq., of Portsmouth.  Pupil of St. Mary's School.
	D	In Wilmington on Sun last, after a long & painful illness, Daniel A. FLEMING, aged 62 years.
	D	In Robeson Co near Lumber Bridge on the 8th inst., Mrs. Rebecca COBB, wife of Gray COBB dec'd, 
	aged 82 years 2 months.
	D	North Carolinian:  Week before last Negro boy belonging to Mr. A. A. McKETHAN of this town was 
	instantly killed by the horse which he was driving in a cart when it ran away.
	D	At Red Springs Robeson Co on the 7th inst., of bilious colic after an illness of 36 hours, Malcom C. 
	MCNEILL.  Born 10 Sep 1827.  Leaves aged parents.  Fall of 1847 became Presbyterian.  Long obit.
	D	NC Argus:  Some few days ago Negro belonging to Gen. DOCKERY burned to death; unnamed white 
	child at Wadesborough died from burns a short time before.  Mr. Wade LeGRAND of Richmond Co had 
	his dwelling house burned one day last week.
	D	Raleigh Star:  Annual communication of the Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of NC report:  As 
	relates to the death of Past Grand Master, Hon. Robert STRANGE:  Long obit with service.  
	Commissioners:  Will. K. BLAKE, J. F. HOWLETT, M. H. EURE; 8 Dec 1854.
	M	In Moore Co on the 7th inst., by A. KELLY, Esq., Mr. Wm. O. COX to Miss Sarah MORRIS, daughter of 
	John MORRIS, Esq.
	M	In Wilmington on Thurs last by the Rev. Dr. DRANE, Wm. L. Deposit to Miss Caroline NELSON, all of 
	Wilmington.
	M	On the 30th ult., by Rev. Hector McLEAN, Col. J. C. DAVIS of Robeson Co to Miss Mary Jane, daughter 
	of Col. Ales. SHAW of Richmond.
	M	In St. John's church in this town on Thurs last by Rev. J. C. HUSKE, Rev. Richard HINES to Miss Helen 
	C., daughter of the late Jno. HUSKE, Esq.
	M	In Randolph Co on the 7th inst., by Eli BROWER, Esq., Mr. Wyatt WILLIAMS of Moore Co, to Miss 
	Margaret E., daughter of E. H. PHILLIPS.
	M	In Wayne Co on Sun the 10th inst., by the Rev. William VERNON, Mr. Robert BROCK to Miss Betsy 
	ANDERSON, all of Wayne Co.
	M	In Sampson Co on the 10th inst., by Rev. J. L. CLIFTON, Mr. Calvin JONES to Miss Lutreasy SUTTON, 
	daughter of Mr. Benjamin SUTTON.
21 Dec 1854
	D	In Smithville on the 15th inst., of Apoplexy, Mr. Samuel N. GALLOWAY, aged 53 years.
	D	In Forsythe Co on the 26th ult., Christopher REICH, aged 80 years.
	D	In Fulton, Davie Co, on the 6th inst., Wm. MARCH, aged 54 years.
	M	In Franklinsville on Tues, 12th inst., by Rev. Mr. HELSEBECK, Mr. M. D. SMITH to Miss Sarah E. 
	HENDRICKS of Franklinsville.
	M	In Newbern on the 12th inst., by Rev. W. S. CHAFFIN, Mr. Neil B. SHAW & Miss Isabella TOOMER, both 
	of Wilmington NC.
	M	At Gretna Green (Lilesville) on the 10th inst., by James A. LILES, Esq., Sherwood C. LILES to Miss 
	Maria A. E., daughter of Maj. T. B. BAILEY.
	M	In Montgomery Co on the 12th inst., by the Rev. A. D. BLACKWOOD, Dr. A. W. PALMER of Chatham to 
	Miss Ellen J., 2nd daughter of Asa CHAMBERS, Esq., of Montgomery.
	M	In Chatham Co on the 11th inst., by the Rev. S. D. ADAMS, Mr. Amos P. LABARBE to Miss Margaret A., 
	eldest daughter of Joseph J. PALMER, Esq., all of Chatham.
	M	In Pittsboro' on the 7th inst., by the Rev. A. F. OLMSTEAD, Dr. Ross R. IHRIN of Chowan Co to Miss 
	Mary Ann, eldest daughter of John H. HAUGHTON, Esq., of that place.
	M	In this place on the 20th inst., by Rev. W. E. PELL, Mr. F. X. HALL of Petersburg VA to Miss Sarah L., 
	2nd daughter of the late Wm. WIDDIFIELD, Esq.
	M	In Sumpter Co AL at the residence of her father, Maj. Edward HERNDON, by the Rev. Mr. STILLMAN, 
	Thomas R. UNDERWOOD of Fayetteville NC & Miss Emma J. HERNDON.
23 Dec 1854
	D	On 22 Nov after a lingering illness at the residence of her son-in-law, Gen. R. C. MARTIN, in the Parish 
	of Assumption LA, Mrs. Mary Whitmell PUGH, aged 78 years, relict of Dr. Whitmell H. PUGH & mother of 
	Hon. W. W. PUGH.  Born Martin Co NC; she, husband & family settled on the Lafourche in 1820.
	D	In Moore Co on the 16th inst., of typhoid fever, Mr. John K. JOHNSON, aged 34 years.
	M	Near Everettsville, Wayne Co, on the 19th inst., by Rev. J. J. SMYTH, A. M., Isham R. DYER, Esq., of 
	Chesterfield Co VA to Miss Elizabeth A. M. HALL, only daughter of Willis HALL, Esq., of Wayne Co NC.
	M	In this county on the 14th inst., by Rev. Geo. BENTON, Mr. Wm. ALDERMAN to Miss Annie P. 
	JACKSON.
28 Dec 1854
	D	Near Albemarle on the 17th inst., Maj. Newton HOWELL.
	D	At his residence in Montgomery Co on the 4th inst., of an attack of Palsy, James GAINES, Sen., Esq., in 
	the 93rd year of his age.  Born Orange Co VA 13 Jan 1762.  In Revolutionary War.  After war moved to 
	Chatham Co NC where he lived until 1812; then moved to Moore Co until Dec 1851; moved to 
	Montgomery Co where he remained.  More on RW service, civil service later.  Long obit.
	D	Suddenly on the 21st inst., by the fall of a tree, Bryant H. son of Maj. B. & Sarah A. GRIST, of Robeson, 
	aged 7 years 2 months 6 days.  MORE
	D	In Moore co on the 15th inst., a child of Jane JOHNSON aged about 2 years, burned so severely as to 
	cause her death.

Carolyn N. Gibbons
214 Chloe Drive
Fayetteville, NC 28301
910-488-5407

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