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 1828 -1830 - 1831 - 1861
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Date: Dec. 31, 1828
NAIRNE, James, a native of Scotland, but for many years a resident of this city, diedin this city 30 Dec.
Date: June 17, 1828
NEWTON, Mrs. Sally, aged 61 years, died at Lee Hall, Westmoreland Co., Va., 24 May.
Date: Sept. 11, 1828
OBREGON, Don Pablo, Minister from Mexico to the United States, died 10 Sept. in this city.
Date: Oct. 9, 1828
O'CONNELLY, Patrick, a native of Ireland, died at Alexandria 5 Oct., aged 52.
Date: Dec. 15, 1828
ORR, Miss Mary Aylett, daughter of the late Dr. John D. ORR, of North Hill, Frederick City, died 28 Nov. at Leesburg, Va.
Date: Mar. 26, 1828
ORR, John, died 23 Mar.
Date: July 30, 1828
OTT, Mrs. Ann, relict the late Dr. John OTT, died 24 July in Georgetown, aged 38.
Date: Mar. 30, 1828
OUSELEY, William Gore, attached to the British Legation at Washington and Miss Marcia Van NESS, daughter of Governor Van NESS of Vermont, were married in this city 27 Mar. by Rev. Mr. HAWLEY.
Date: Sept. 24, 1828
PACK, Mrs. Catharine, aged 32, died at Nanjemoy, where she had gone for a visit.
Date: June 29, 1828
PAGE, Miss Jane Byrd, aged 23 years, second daughter of the late William Byrd PAGE, of Fairfield, Va., died in this city 26 June. She was interred in the family burying ground in Alexandria.
Date: Sept. 8, 1828
PAGE, William Byrd, aged 40, died 2 Sept. at Pagebrook, Va., at his father's res.
Date: Feb. 27, 1828
PALMER, Capt. Z. C., of the 6th Regt. U. S. Army and Mrs. Constance RECTOR, of Mo., were married 5 Feb. in Missouri by Rev. Mr. KEYTO.
Date: Nov. 12, 1828
PARKER, Anne, wife of Gen. D. PARKER, died 10 Nov. in this city.
Date: Jan. 4, 1828
PARKER, William and Miss Frances JOHNSON, both of this city, were married by Rev. Mr. MILBOURN.
Date: July 28, 1828
PARTRIDGE, George, aged 89, died 7 July at Duxbury, Mass.  He was a member of the First Congress under the present constitution and a Revolutionary patriot.
Date: May 9, 1828
PATTESON, Nelson, was found dead on an island in the Ohio at the mouth of the Tennessee River.
Date: Nov. 6, 1828
PATTON, Robert, of Fredericksburg, Va., died 3 Nov., age about 78.
Date: June 17, 1828
PEABODY, Capt. John, eldest son of the late Gen. PEABODY, formerly of Newburyport, Mass., and Miss Amelia HUMPHREYS CATHCART, eldest surviving daughter of James Lander CATHCART, for many years, Consul of the U. S. at Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli, Medeira, and Cadiz, were married in this city 14 June by Rev. Dr. BALCH.
Date: Dec. 29, 1828
PEAKE, Harry, died at Petersburg, Ky., 13 Dec.
Date: Dec. 9, 1828
PECK, Harriet Eliza, daughter of Willis Peck, was burned to death 25 Nov. after her clothes caught fire.  She was 5 years of age.
Date: Jan. 22, 1828
PENN, Dr. Richard T. H., aged 25 years, died 14 Jan. at the residence of Mrs. ROBERTSON, in Charles Co., Md.
Date: Aug. 25, Aug. 26, 1828
PETERS, Richard, Judge of the District Court for the United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, died at Philadelphia, 22 August.  He was a Revolutionary patriot.
Date: Sept. 6, 1828
PETERS, William, Jr., aged 21, son William PETERS, of this city, died 5 Sept.
Date: Aug. 4, 1828
PHILLIPS, Richard H., of Dumfries, Va., died at Pleasant Green, Fauquier Co., Va., 27 July.  He leaves a wife.
Date: Aug. 25, 1828
PICKERING, Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Hon. Timothy PICKERING, aged 74, died at Salem 19 Aug.
Date: Dec. 19, 1828
PIERCE, JOHN, aged 96, died in Beverly, Mass.
Date: Nov. 11, 1828
PINCKNEY, Gen. Thomas, died in Charleston, S. C. 2 Nov.  He distinguished himself in the Revolution and particularly in the second war of independence.  At the time of his death he was President-General of the Cincinnati Societies throughout the United States.
Date: Apr. 17, 1828
PINKNEY, Edward C., of the Bar of Balto., died 11 Apr.  He was editor of the Marylander.
Date: Jan. 7, 1828
PINKNEY, Jonathan, cashier of the Farmers' Bank of Maryland, died 1 Jan. at Annapolis, Md.
Date: Oct. 9, 1828
PLATER, Mrs. Eliza, wife of Dr. Wm. PLATER, and last of the daughters of the late John FORBES, died at Glasvor, Charles Co., Md., 3 Oct.
Date: Sept. 13, 1828
PLATER, Capt. James L., of Montgomery Co., Md., and Miss Ann STULL, eldest daughter of John I. STULL, of Georgetown, D. C., were married 10 Sept. by Rev. Mr. GRAY.
Date: Dec. 9, 1828
PLEASANTS, Joe, colored, was drowned in James River, near Waugh's Ferry, 23 Nov., when the boat he was on struck a rock.
Date: June 14, 1828
POOR, Nathaniel P., of Washington City and Miss Mary FORD, daughter of the late Standish FORD, of Philadelphia, were married in Philadelphia 10 June by Rev. Mr. BRANTLEY.
Date: July 8, 1828
POPE, Charles M., son of Alexander POPE, Register of the Land Office at Cahawba, Ala., and Miss Margaretta Emlen HOWELL, daughter of the late Joseph E. HOWELL, of Philadelphia, were married in New Haven, Ct., 23 July by Rev. Mr. HAWKS.
Date: July 8, 1828
PORTER, Thomas, midshipman, son of Commodore D. PORTER, died 56 June at Madalina, 12 miles from Vera Cruz.
Date: June 14, 1828
PRALL, William Livingston, clerk of the General Assembly of New Jersey, and Miss Mary Frances BUCKNER, daughter of Arris BUCKNER, of Loudoun Co., Va., were married in this city 12 June by Rev. Obadiah B. Brown.
Date: Feb. 4, 1828
PRETO, Francis, and Miss Mary B. GRIFFITH were married 31 Jan. by Rev. Mr. JOHNS.
Date: Jan. 7, 1828
PRICE, Chandler, aged 62 years, an eminent merchant of Philadelphia, and formerly President of the U. S. Insurance Co., died 28 Dec., 1827.  He was a native of Philadelphia, and of Welch origin.
Date: Dec. 9, 1828
PRICE, William, colored, was drowned in James River, near Waugh's Ferry 23, Nov. when the boat he was on struck a rock.
Date: Dec. 27, 1828
PROVEST, Alexander, of Germantown, Pa., and Miss Matilda VERMILLION, of this city were married 23 Dec. by Rev. Mr. SHRIVER.
Date: Dec. 20, 1828
RAMSAY, Andrew, of this city, died 18 Dec., aged 57.
Date: Jan. 24, 1828
RANDOLPH, Mrs. Mary, formerly of Virginia, died in Washington 23 Jan., aged 65 years.  She was interred in Arlington, in a spot marked out by herself.
Date: Dec. 31, 1828
RANDOLPH, Peyton, Attorney at law and only son of the late Edmund RANDOLPH, died 26 Dec. in Richmond, Va.
Date: June 25, 1828
RANDOLPH, Thomas, formerly Governor of Virginia, died June 20 in Virginia.
Date: Aug. 18, 1828
REARDEN, Michael, and Miss Sarah Ann McCOY, all of this city were married 14 Aug. by Rev. Mr. DAVIS.
Date: Sept. 6, 1828
REEVES, Dr. James C., died 28 Aug. in Charles Co., Md.
Date: Nov. 22, 1828
REINTZEL, Daniel, aged 74, died in Georgetown 18 Nov.
Date: Feb. 14, 1828
RHODES, William, aged 63, a native of Fairfax Co., Va., but lately of Georgetown, D. C., died 13 Feb.
Date: May 29, 1828
RICHSECKER, John, and Miss Eliza GEIGER, all of Georgetown, were married 28 May by Rev. Mr. WILSON.
Date: June 20, 1828
RIGDON, Thomas, watch maker, aged 59 years, died 13 June.  He had been a resident of this District for 40 years.
Date: Mar. 10, 1828
RINGGOLD, Miss Anna Maria, eldest daughter of Gen. Samuel RINGGOLD, of Washington Co., Md., died 4 March in Fredericktown, Md.
Date: Sept. 26, 27, 1828
RITTENHOUSE, Benjamin F., of Milton, Pa., and Miss Isabel LAURIE, eldest daughter of Rev. Dr. LAURIE, of this city, were married 24 Sept. by Rev. Dr. LAURIE.
Date: Feb. 4, 1828
PRETO, Francis, and Miss Mary B. GRIFFITH were married 31 Jan. by Rev. Mr. JOHNS.
Date: Jan. 7, 1828
PRICE, Chandler, aged 62 years, an eminent merchant of Philadelphia, and formerly President of the U. S. Insurance Co., died 28 Dec., 1827.  He was a native of Philadelphia, and of Welch origin.
Date: Dec. 9, 1828
PRICE, William, colored was drowned in James River, near Waugh's Ferry 23 Nov. when the boat he was on struck a rock.
Date: Dec. 27, 1828
PROVEST, Alexander, of Germantown, Pa., and Miss Matilda Vermillion, of this city were married 23 Dec. by Rev. Mr. Shriver.
Date: Dec. 20, 1828
RAMSAY, Andrew, of this city, died 18 Dec., aged 57.
Date: Jan. 24, 1828
RANDOLPH, Mrs. Mary, formerly of Virginia, died in Washington 23 Jan., aged 65 years.  She was interred in Arlington, in a spot marked out by herself.
Date: Dec. 31, 1828
RANDOLPH, Peyton, Attorney at law and only son of the late Edmund RANDOLPH, died 26 Dec. in Richmond, Va.
Date: June 25, 1828
RANDOPH, Thomas formerly Governor of Virginia, died 20 June in Virginia.
Date: Aug.. 18, 1828
REARDEN, Michael, and Miss Sarah Ann McCOY, all of this city were married 14 Aug. by Rev. Mr. DAVIS.
Date: Sept. 6, 1828
REEVES, Dr. James C., died 28 Aug. in Charles Co., Md.
Date: Nov. 22, 1828
REINTZEL, Daniel, aged 74, died in Georgetown 18 Nov.
Date: May 29, 1828
richsecker, John, and Miss Eliza GEIGER, all of Georgetown, were married 28 May by Rev. Mr. WILSON.
Date: June. 20, 1828
RIGDON, Thomas, watch maker, aged 59 years, died 13 June.  He had been a resident of this District for 40 years.
Date: Mar. 10, 1828
RINGGOLD, Miss Anna Maria, eldest daughter of Gen. Samuel RINGGOLD, of Washington Co., Md., died 4 March in Fredericktown, Md.
Date: Sept. 26, 27, 1828
RITTENHOUSE, Benjamin F., of Milton, Pa., and Miss Isabel LAURIE, eldest daughter of Rev. Dr. LAURIE, of this city, were married 24 Sept. by Rev. Dr. LAURIE.
Date: Nov. 22, 1828
ROACH, Edward N., of this city, and Miss Celeste COOMBS, daughter of the late Enoch COOMBS, of St. Mary's Co., Md., were married in that county 4 Nov. by Rev. Mr. WALSH.
Date: Aug. 25, 1828
ROBBINS, Miss Sally, only daughter of Capt. Samuel ROBBINS, was killed 21 Aug. after being thrown from a carriage.
Date: Sept. 10, 1828
ROBINSON, Capt. Israel, of Berkely Co., Va., died 6 Sept.
Date: Apr. 7, 1828
RODGERS, (Matthew), a midshipman, whose body was recovered and brought to this city 7 April.  NOTE; Naval Register lists date of death as 5 April and gives name as Matthew.
Date: Jan. 16, 1828
ROSE, John, Jr., aged 79 years, a machinist at the Navy Yard, died 15 Jan.
Date: Dec. 5, 1828
ROSS, Major Horatio, aged 71, died 26, Nov. at Owego Village, N. Y.  He was born in Bladensburg, Md., in 1757.  At an early part in the Revolution, he was commissioned a First Lieutenant of a company of Infantry, commanded by Capt. STODDARD.  In this capacity, when but 20, he was wounded twice in the battle of Brandywine.  At a subsequent period, he was promoted to Captain in Col. Heartley's Regt. of the Pennsylvania line.  After the war, he was employed in one of the Departments of the Government.  Since 1822 he had officiated as Deputy Clerk of the County of Tioga.
Date: Apr. 19, 1828
ROSS, William, aged 64 years, died 16 April at Bladensburgh.
Date: June 14, 1828
ROTCH, William, aged 94 years, died at New Bedford, Mass. 16 May.  He was a native of Nantucket, and for many years engaged in Whale fishing.  He went to France soon after the Revolution, under the patronage of Louis XVI, for the purpose of carrying on the whale fishing from Dunkirk, but the French Revolution breaking out, he removed to England, where, after a residence of 2 years, he returned to America and settled at New Bedford, from which point he engaged with his sons in the whale fishing.
Date: Sept. 16, 1828
RUDDOCK, S. A., aged 61, died 14, Sept.
Date: Mar. 1, 1828
RUSSEL, J. B. F., of the U. S. Army, and Miss Cornelia PEYTON, daughter of Col. Francis PEYTON, of Alexandria, were married in Alexandria 28 Feb.
Date: July 30, 1828
RUSSELL, Mrs. Theodocia, consort of Frederick A. RUSSELL, of this city, and daughter of Dr. Robert GUSTINE, of Georgetown, died 25 July, aged 36.
Date: Jan. 11, 1828
SANDS, Samuel B., of Montgomery Co., Md., and Miss Susannah PHILLIPS, of this city were married 3 Jan. by Rev. Mr. BAKER.
Date: May 31, 1828
SANFORD, Hon. Nathan, Senator in Congress from the State of New York, and Miss Mary BUCHANAN, daughter of the late Andrew BUCHANAN, of Baltimore, were married at Balto, 27 Ma by Rev. Mr. WYATT.
Date: Nov. 20, 1828
SAWYER, Hon. Lemuel, of N. C., and Mrs. Diana FISHER, daughter of the late Garret RAPALYE, were married at Brooklyn N. Y.
Date: Nov. 28, 1828
SCOTT, Richard M., and Eleanor Douglass MARSHALL, daughter of the late James MARSHALL, were married at Bush Hill, 25 Nov. by Rev. Mr. GRISWALD.
Date: Dec. 9, 1828
SCOTT, Wilson, colored, was drowned in James River, near Waugh's Ferry, 23 Nov., when the boat he was on struck a rock.
Date: Apr. 16, 1828
SELBY, Joshua, and Miss Mary LEWIS, all of Prince George's Co., Md., were married 14 April by Rev. Mr. CHALMERS.
Date: June 21, 1828
SELDON, Wilson C., and Miss Eliza A. LEE, daughter of Ludwell LEE, were married 11 June at Belmont, Loudoun Co., Va., by Rev. Thos. JACKSON.
Date: Oct. 22, 1828
SESSFORD, John Stevenson, youngest son of James SESSFORD, tobacconist, died 21 Oct., age 13 months.
Date: Feb. 7, 1828
SHACKELFORD, Dr. St. Pierre, of Culpeper and Miss Elvira GIBSON, youngest daughter of William GIBSON of Fauquier Co., were married in Fauquier Co., Va.
Date: Jan. 5, 1828
SHAW, William, aged 65 years, died at Raleigh, N. C., 27 Dec., 1827.  He was a native of the Shire of Ayr in Scotland, but had resided in Raleigh for about 30 years, and was one of its first settlers.  He was for a long time Postmaster of the City.
Date: Sept. 8, 1828
SHEKELL, B. O., and Miss Sarah DOWNS, all of this city, were married 4 Sept. by Rev. Dr. LAURIE.
Date: Dec. 16, 1828
SHERMAN, James, of Lockport, N. Y., was drowned 10 Dec.
Date: Mar. 29, 1828
SHERWOOD, Col. George and Miss Jemima WARD, youngest daughter of Thomas WARD, deceased, were married at Mt. Pleasant, N. Y., 26 March by Rev. J. O. DICKINSON.
Date: Apr. 4, 1828
SHOEMAKER, David, of the Treasury Department died in Georgetown 2 April.
Date: Feb. 11, 1828
SIMMONS, Mrs. Elise, consort William SIMMONS, of Norfolk, Va., died in this city 7 Feb.  She leaves a husband and 4 children.
Date: Feb. 27, 1828
SLAUGHTER, Mrs. Letitia, younger daughter of Gen. MADISON and wife of Daniel T. SLAUGHTER, died 11 Feb. at her residence in Culpeper, Va.  She leaves 2 infant children.
Date: Aug. 11, 1828
SLAUGHTER, Thomas T., and  Miss Jane M. CHAPMAN, daughter of Reynolds CHAPMAN, all of Orange Co., Va., were married 24 July at Berry Hill by Rev. George SMITH.
Date: Jan. 5, 1828
SMITH, Col. Austin, aged 52 years, died 3 Jan. at his residence in King George Co., Va.
Date: July 24, 1828
SMITH, Enoch D., aged 25, formerly of this city, died 16 July in Fauquier Co., Va.
Date: Feb. 4, 1828
SMITH, Lt. Horace, of the U. S. Army, died at St. Augustine 9 Jan.
Date: Oct. 7, 1828
SMITH, Mrs. Julian Anna, wife of John A. W. SMITH, of Fauquier Co., Va., and daughter of the late Gordon CHAPIN, of Alexandria, died 5 Oct., aged 30.
Date: Apr. 10, 1828
SMITH, Thomas Jefferson, attorney at law, of New York, and Miss Louisa W. MYER, daughter of the late Maj. Solomon MYER, of this city, were married 9 April by Rev. H. V. D. Johns.
Date: Jan. 16, 1828
SMOOT, George C. and Miss Mary EDELIN, all of this city, were married in this city 15 Jan. by Rev. Mr. MATTHEWS.
Date: Aug. 21, 1828
SNELLING, Col. Josiah, of the 5th Regt. U. S. Inf., died 20 Aug. aged 46.
Date: Jan. 18, 1828
SNELLLING, Mary, eldest daughter of Col. Josiah SNELLING, of the 5th Infantry.
Date: Mar. 5, 1828
SNOW, Sylvanus, aged 97 years, a Revolutionary pensioner, died in Becker, Mass., 19 Feb.  He served several campaigns in teh French War, and through nearly the whole of the Revolution.  He was engaged in 14 different battles, in all of which he was but once wounded, and that at Bunker Hill, and the ball which he then received has been carried in his body to the grave.  He lived with his wife (who died at the age of 91) seventy-two years.
Date: July 28, 1828
SNOWDEN, Dr. Isaac B., editor and proprietor of the Philadelphia Monthly Magazine, died 21 July in Bucks Co., Pa., where he had gone for his health, aged 36 years, 6 months.
Date: Feb. 7, 1828
SNYDER,Matthias, Jr., of Alexandria, and Jane MARTIN, daughter of James MARTIN, of this city, were married 5 Feb. by Rev. Ethan ALLEN.
Date: Oct. 3, 1828
SPEAKE, Capt. Josias M., died 2 Oct., aged 62.
Date: Oct. 9, 1828
SPEIDEN, William, and Miss Marion COOTE, eldest daughter of Clement T. COOTE, all of this city, were married 7 October by Rev. Mr. GIBBONS.
Date: Oct. 4, 1828
SPRIGG, Elizabeth Jane, youngest daughter of Benjamin and Ann G. SPRIGG, died 3 Oct., aged 5.
Date: Nov. 7, 1828
STANDFORD, Henry, and Miss Elizabeth TOWNSEND, all of this city were married 5 Nov. by Rev. Dr. LAURIE.
Date: Jan. 4, 1828
STANHOPE, John G., aged about 27 years, died at his paternal residence, Fairfax Co., Va., 28 Dec., 1827.  He was a student of medicine.
Date: July 26, 1828
STEINER, John C., a clerk in the Treas. Dept., died 21 July.
Date: Dec. 31, 1828
STEPHEN, John, second son of Hon. John STEPHEN, died 17 Dec. in Prince George's Co., Md., aged 18.
Date: Dec. 15, 1828
STEPHENS, Meredith, youngest son of Judge Stephens, died 6 Dec. at Bladensburg, aged 8 years.
Date: Aug. 1, 1828
STEWART, Miss Caroline, eldest daughter of Charles I. STEWART, died in this city 26 July, aged 18 years.
Date: Mar. 11, 1828
STOCKTON, Richard, an eminent counsellor of law, died at his residence at Princeton, N. J., 7 March.
Date: Nov. 27, 1828
STOOPS, Mrs. Mary, aged 117, died 13 Nov. at Mt. Alto Furnace, Franklin Co., Pa.
Date: Oct. 8, 1828
STOTT, James, a native of England, who arrived in this city a few weeks ago, with his family, died 6 Oct.
Date: Aug. 9, 1828
STRATTON, John N., formerly a delegate fro one of the counties of Eastern Virginia to the Legislature of that State, committed suicide 26 July.
Date: Sept. 29, 1828
SWEARINGEN, Mrs. Mary C., wife of George SWEARINGEN, of Hagerstown, Md., was murdered 8 Sept. near Cresaptown, Md.
Date: Apr. 16, 1828
TABB, Mrs. Frances, aged 74, died 12 April at Clay-Hill, Amelia Co., Va.,  She was the relict of the late John TABB, of Clay-Hill, and daughter of the late Sir John PEYTON, of Isleham, in the County of Gloucester, Baronet, lineally descended from the PEYTONs of Isleham, in Cambridgeshire.  By the death of his son, John, younger brother of Mrs. TABB, by a second marriage, this ancient Baronetcy became extinct.  As he never assumed the title, after his father's death, it was claimed and held by persons in England not entitled to it, under a false allegation, in Debrett's Baronetcy, that Sir Robert PEYTON, who emigrated to Virginia during the Civil War, in which he was a severe sufferer, left no male heirs.
Date: Mar. 1828
TALIAFERRO, Miss Emily, of Stevensburg, Va., died 18 March, in Fauquier Co., Va., aged 18 years.
Date: Nov. 22, 1828
TANEY, Thomas, aged 70, died 8 Nov. at Drum Clift on the Patuxent.
Date: July 7, 1828
TAYLOR, James F., Attorney General of the State of North Carolina, died at Raleigh, N. C., 29 June.
Date: Mar. 1, 1828
TAYLOR, John, aged 56 years, died in this city 29 Feb.  He was interred at Mt. Airy, in Richmond Co.
Date: Oct. 20, 1828
TAYLOR, Rev. Mr., was shot 25 Sept. on Richardson's Creek, Anson Co., N. C., by his step-son, Peter SLAUGHTER.
Date: Sept. 1, 1828
TAYLOR, Robert, died 22 Aug. at East Caln, Chester Co., aged 60 years.
Date: Aug. 9, 1828
TAZEWELL, Henry, of Norfolk, shot himself 2 Aug.
Date: May 2, 1828
THOMAS, Lt. Frederic, of the U. S. Army, and Miss Mary Bradley BEANES, of Prince George's Co., Md., were married in this city 1 May by Rev. Mr. JOHNS.
Date: May 19, 1828
THOMAS, James formerly of Charles Co., Md., and Miss Sophia CARTER, all of this place, were married in Georgetown 15 May by Rev. Mr. GRAY.
Date: April 17, 1828
THOMPSON, Mrs. Eleanor, aged 61 years, died in Charles Co., Md., 13 April.  She leaves 4 grown children.
Date: Aug. 1, 1828
THOMPSON, Hon. Hedge, a Representative in Congress from New Jersey, died at Salem, N. J.
Date: Mar. 3, 1828
THOMPSON, Miss Margaret P., only daughter of J. P. THOMPSON, Editor of the Fredericktown Herald, died 24 Feb.
Date: June 13, 1828
THOMSON, Robert and Mrs. Ann MONGER, of Prince George's Co., Md., were married by Rev. Mr. McCORMICK.
Date: Feb. 8, 1828
THORNTON, Mrs. Frances G., aged 35, died Jan. at the residence of Mrs. Jane THORNTON, in Culpeper Co., Va.  She leaves an aged mother and 6 children.
Date: Mar. 29, 1828
THORNTON, William, died in this city.
Date: Apr. 10, 1828
TIBBS, Dr. Thomas, aged 24 years, died 1 April at Leesburg, Va.
Date: Apr. 10, 1828
TILLEY, Henry Wirt, of Georgetown, and Miss Elizabeth Ann TILLEY, of Prince George's Co., Md., were married in Prince George's Co., Md., 8 April by Rev. Mr. CHALMERS.
Date: Oct. 11, 1828
TONE, Capt. William Theobald Wolfe,1 aged 37, formerly an officer in the French Imperial Army, died 10 Oct.  He shared with others his quota of suffering in the disastrous battle of Leipsic.  Since the second restoration of the Bourbons, he has resided in Georgetown.
Date: May 5, 1828
TOOLE, John F., aged 23 years, stepson of Jesse BROWN, and son of his wife, Mrs. BROWN, died in this city 4 May.
Date: Nov. 1, 1828
TREADWELL, Alexander Philip Secretes Amelius Casar Hannibal Marcellus George Washington, and Miss Caroline Sophia Maria Julianne Wortley Montague Joan of Arc Williams, were married at New Orleans.
Date: June 19, 1828
TROUP, Mrs. consort of Col. George M. TROUP, late Governor of Georgia, died lately in New York.
Date: Dec. 13, 1828
TUCKER, George, Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Virginia, and Mrs. Louisa A. THOMPSON, of Baltimore, were married at Baltimore, 9 Dec. by Rev. Dr. WYATT.
Date: Feb. 6, 13, 1828
TUCKER, Dr. Henry William, late of Charlotte Co., Va., died at the University of Virginia, at the home of his brother, Professor TUCKER.
Date: May 3, 1828
TUCKER, Thomas Tudor, Treasurer of the United States, died in this city 2 May, aged 84 years.  He was a patriot of the Revolution, and a Representative from the State of South Carolina, in the first Congress of the United States.
Date: June 2, 1828
TUBERVILLE, Mrs. Catharine, aged 59 years, one of the oldest residents of this city, died 30 May.
Date: Dec. 23, 1828
TURNER, Bushrod W., aged 21, a midshipman on the U. S. Ship Hornet, died 30 Sept. while on the West India station.  He was the son of Henry S. TURNER, of Jefferson Co., Va.
Date: July 7, 1828
TYLER, Lt. H. B., U. S. Marine Corps, and Miss Elizabeth Browne TYLER, younger daughter of Char. TYLER, deceased, were married 26 June at Mile Paris, Va., by Rev. Mr. LEMON.
Date: Aug. 4, 1828
UDREE, Gen. Daniel, a veteran of the Revolution, died in Berks Co., Pa., 22 July, aged 77.  He was several times a Representative from Pennsylvania in Congress and the Legislature of that State.
Date: Feb. 25, 1828
USTICK, John S., printer, son of Stephen C. USTICK of this city, died at Wilmington, Del., 22 Feb., aged about 30 years. 
Date: May 5, 1828
Van Riswick, John, died in this city 3 May.  He was commissioner of the 5th ward.
Date: May 29, 1828
VAN WART, Isaac, one of the captors of Major Andre in the Revolutionary War, died 23 May at Greensburgh, Tarrytown.
Date: May 20, 1828
WADE, Samuel Archer, infant son of Major W. Wade, U. S. Army, aged 1 year, ten days, died in this city 18 May.
Date: Mar. 20, 1828
WALKER, David, a native of Londonderry, Ireland, and for many years a resident of Georgetown, D. C., died in Philadelphia, 18 March.  He had gone to Philadelphia to seek medical advice.
Date: Nov. 1, 1828
WALKER, George, Jr., died 31 Oct., aged 22.
Date: June 26, 1828
WALKER, Isabella Matilda, infant daughter of Samuel P. WALKER, died in this city 22 June.
Date: June, 28, 1828
WALTERS, William, formerly of Delaware, and Miss Ann L. LANPHIER, of this city were married 26 June by Rev. Mr. Ryland.
Date: Apr. 14, 1828
WASHINGTON, Lt. John M., U. S. Army, and Miss Euphan Martha MACRAE, were married 3 April by Rev. Dr. KEITH, at the residence of John MACRAE, in Prince William Co., Va.
Date: June 19, 1828
WATSON, Winslow C., counsellor at law of Plattsburg, N. Y., son of Elkanan WATSON, and Miss Frances B. SKINNER, daughter of Chief Justice SKINNER, late Governor of Vermont, were married 28 May at Manchester, Vt.
Date: July 23, 1828
WATTES, Judge, died 22 July near Statesburg, S. C.
Date: Apr. 11, 1828
WAU-NIG-SOOTSH-KAW, or the Red Bird, a Winnebago Chief, died in prison at Prairie du Cien, 16 Feb.
Date: June 27, 1828
WEAVER, Jacob Mott, of Richmond, Va., and Miss Isabella Graham SMITH, daughter of Andrew SMITH, of this city, were married 25 June by Rev. Mr. POST.
Date: Apr. 29, 1828
WEBB, Major John, a Revolutionary Officer, died 18 April, at Canaan, Litchfield Co., Conn., aged 71 years.  He entered the army in 1777; was promoted to the rank of Captain in 1778; was subsequently appointed aid-de-camp and private secretary to Brig. Gen. HOWE, and, after performing an arduous and honorable part in the achievement of his country's independence, retired to civil life, For many years he occupied a seat in the State Legislature, and he was also a member of the Society of the Cincinnati.
Date: Jan. 26, 1828
WEBSTER, Mrs. Grace, wife of Hon. Daniel WEBSTER, of the Senate of the United States, died 21 Jan. at New York.  She was interred in Boston.
Date: Sept. 1, 1828
WELCH, Capt. Samuel R., late of the U. S. Army, died in Philadelphia, 29 Aug.
Date: July 15, 1828
WELLS, Miss Theodosia, daughter of the late Judge WELLS, of Boston, died 27 June after being burned.  She was 37 years of age.
Date:  Mar. 21, 1828
WHEATON, Edward, of N. Y., died at Copenhagen 22 Jan., aged 30 years.  He was attached to the American Legation at the court of Denmark as Secretary.
Date: Sept. 27, 1828
WHEELER, Charles, Jr., aged 19, died in Alstead, N. H., 13 Sept., after his piece of artillery accidentally was wadded during a sham fight.
Date: Jan. 26, 1828
WHITBY, Richieson, and Miss Camilla WRIGHT, sister of Miss Frances WRIGHT, author of Sketches of Society and Manners in America, were married at Nashoba, Tenn., in Dec., 1827
Date: Apr. 24, 1828
WHITE, Amborse L., of this city, and Miss Fanny TAYLOR, of Wilton, Conn., were married at Wilton, 17 April by Rev. Mr. SNEAD.
Date: Aug. 19, 1828
WHITE, W. G. W., only son of W. George WHITE, merchant of this city, died 17 Aug., aged 3 years.
Date: Apr. 21, 1828
WHITMAN, John, was murdered last week in Wormsdorf, Pa., by a person named UMSTEAD, by being stuck with a butcher knife.
Date: Apr. 7, 1828
WHITTEMORE, Amos, aged 69 years, died in West Cambridge, Mass., 27 March.
Date: Sept. 30, 1828
WIDDICOMBE, Robert, formerly of England, and Miss Mary GALLAWAY, of this city were married 28 Sept. by Rev. Mr. HAWLEY.
Date: Feb. 4, 1828
WILLIAMS, Isaac H., clerk of the Superior Court of Chancery for the District of Fredericksburg, died 29 Jan. at the residence of Col. Armistead LONG in Culpeper Co., Va.  He was for many yeas a practitioner in the courts of Law and Equity held there and in the adjoining counties.
Date: Nov. 18
WILLIAMS, Zadock, and Miss Edney Ann DENGOM, all of this city, were married 16 Nov.
Date: Nov. 7, 1828
WILSON, Mrs. Ann, consort of Capt. Thomas WILSON, died in this city 6 Nov.
Date: Jan. 30, 1828
WILSON, Col. Benjamin, aged 80 years, died 2 Jan. in Harrison Co., Va.  He was a native of the County of Shenandoah, Va., and served as a Lieutenant in the Expedition under Lord DUNMORE against the Indians.  Early in the Revolution he was appointed a Captain of the Virginia Forces, and in 1781 he received the appointment of Colonel.  During the war he was the organ through which most of the military and civil through which most of the military and civil business of that part of the State in which he resided was transacted.  He was a member of the Legislature from the County of Monongahelia for several sessions previous to the year 1784, in which year the County of Harrison was established, and at the organization of the county, he became the clerk of the county court.  He was selected as a delegate to the convention in 1788 which ratified the Constitution of the United States.  He had, by two marriages 30 children, of whom 24 were living at the time of his death.  He leaves 73 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild - in all, 136.
Date: Feb. 18, 1828
WILSON, Dr. Jesse S., and Elizabeth RICHARDS, daughter of the late Rev. George RICHARDS, formerly of Portsmouth, N. H., were married 14 Feb. at Leesburg, Va., by Rev. Mr. BIRKBY.
Date: Dec. 11, 1828
WISEMAN, John, aged about 57, died 9 Dec. in this city.
Date: June 10, 1828
WOOD, Miss Mary Ann, died 23 July. after being struck by lightning.
Date: Feb. 11, 1828
WOODSIDE, Mrs. Julia Ann, wife of Capt. James D. WOODSIDE, died in this city 10 Feb., aged 29 years.
Date: Dec. 23, 1828
WRAGG, Lt. Samuel, U. S. Army, died in Georgia 27 Nov., aged 26.
Date: July 19, 1828
WRIGHT, John, a native of England aged 58, died a few days ago in Georgetown.  He was a teacher.
Date: Mar. 12, 1828
WRIGHT, Richard, and Miss Emily Malvinia HORWELL, all of Alexandria, were married in Alexandria 1 March by Rev. Mr. GUEST.
Date: Sept. 8, 1828
YANCEY, Bartlett, for several years past speaker of the Senate of North Carolina, and some years since a Representative in Congress, from Caswell, died 30 Aug. at Oak Grove, Caswell Co., N. C., He was a native of Virginia from which he moved early in life to North Carolina.
Date: Apr. 4, 1828
YATES, John W., cashier of the N. Y. State Bank, died 29 March at Albany, aged 58 years.
Date: July 7, 1828
YOUNG, George W., late of Albany, was drowned 27 June near Sandy Hill.  He had been for several years employed as a canal engineer.

NOTES:
1.  Capt. William Theobald Wolf Tone was the son of the Irish rebel, Theobald Wolfe Tone, who was captured by the British during the 1798 insurrection, court-martialed, and sentenced to be hanged.  Before the sentence could be carried out, however, he managed to commit suicide.  Capt. Tone, whose obituary is carried in this issue of the National Intelligencer, published his father's journals.  M.R.

 

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