Sexton’s Report for Burials for January 1872.1
1st– August Coberly, aged eighteen years; disease scarlet fever.
2nd– Child of John Price; still-born.
3rd– Lize Piles, age unknown.
6th– Child of RN Kendall.
6th– Child of DM White.2
7th– Child of Mr. Parker, (colored,) aged four years.3
9th– Lafayette Sickles, aged twenty-nine years and five months; disease accidental strangulation.
11th– Catharine Wolf, aged thirty-two years; disease dropsy.4
14th– Emma A Duncan, aged two months and twenty days.
19th– Mary M Plaker, aged six years; disease scarlet fever.5
27th– Child of Julia Early, (colored.)
27th– Anna Theeters, (colored,) age unknown.6
28th– Aleck Stewart, aged sixty-eight years, three months and sixteen days; disease tumors.7
31st– Katharine Peter, aged fifteen years and four months; obstruction of menses.
- City Cemetery. (1872, February 10). Portsmouth Times, p. 3.
- David White, died January 6, 1872. Disease: stillborn.
- Josea Parker, died January 6, 1872. Disease: smallpox
- Catharine Wolf, died January 10, 1872 aged years, 9 months, and 2 days.
- Mary Emma Flaker
- Hannah Teeters, died January 24, 1872 aged 21 years, 2 months, and 1 day.
- Alexander Stewart