Source: Charles Foster Whitman, A history of Norway, Maine : from the earliest settlement to the close of the year 1922 [Ancestry.com] (Lewiston, Me.: Lewiston Journal Printshop and Bindery, 1924).
LIST OF DEATHS
1788 to 18201789.Feb. Infant female child, unnamed, of John Parsons, first death in Rustfield.—Feb. 20, The mother Esther Smith Parsons, aged 54.—Nov.—Capt. Jonathan Sawyer, Rev. Sol., 53, in Gorham where he went on a visit.1791.Sept. Susanna, dau. of Nathaniel Stevens, 2 yrs, 6 mos.—Oct. (?) Daniel Cary, drowned at the outlet of Great Pond.1792.Sept. 26, Nathan Noble Jr., 2.1794.Mrs. Joel Stevens.1797.Jan. 9, Sally Herring, 4 yrs. 5 mos.—Asa Case, Rev. Sol.1799.Jan 20, Phebe Dale, 3, dau. of Joseph Dale.1800.George Lessley, Rev. Sol. exact date uncertain.—Betsey Parsons, wife of Benj. Witt, exact date uncertain.1802.June 5, Hugh Pike, 3 yrs. 5 mos., son of John the pioneer.—Sept. 16, Mrs. Polly T., wife of Levi Bartlett, 27.1803.Jan 21, Susanna (Parsons) Millett, 26.—Aug. 23, Serena Stone, 3.1804.Nov. 5, Celia, dau. of Dudley Pike, 3.—Dec. 24, Miriam (Hobbs) Foster, 32.1805.Apr. 19, Silas, son of Jacob Frost, the Rev. Sol., 22.—May 7, Jacob Pike, father of Dudley and John, 68.—May 22, Josiah, son of Jacob Frost, 14.1806.July 6, Samuel Foster, son of Nathan the Rev. Sol., 2.—July 10, Sally Foster, dau. of Nathan, the Rev. Sol., 1.—Aug. 5, William son of William Reed, k. by cart body falling upon him, 4½.1807.May, William Stevens, inj. by falling rock while fishing at Sand Pond, abt 16.—Oct. 28, Capt. Anthony Bennett, inj. by fall from staging and cutting from broadaxe, 37.—Dec. 2, Anna, dau of Samuel Ames, 12.[p. 542]1808.Winter, Francis Major, a scholar in the Jones district, while playing with others on the crust, 14.—Oct 22, Eliza, dau. of Maj. Jonathan Cummings, 2.—Lucy Cobb, wife of Benj. Witt.1809.Joseph Churchill.—Sam'l Perkins, Rev. Sol. in Paris.1810.Feb. Mrs. Abigail (Merrill) Wilkins.1811.July 22, Hannah Foster, 18.—Aug. 26, Luther Farrar, son of Daniel Smith, 3.1812.Mar. 14, Eliphalet Watson, Rev. Sol., 95 nearly.—May 8, Luther Farrar, Esq., 34 - June 15, Sarah A. Martin, 14.1813.Jabez Young, ab't 18.—Seth Pike, 22.—Asa Dunham, 54, Rev. Sol.—Joseph Dale, 47 dis. with dis, all soldiers in war with Great Britain.—Apr. 25, Lydia Hobbs, 24 nearly.—June 14, Jerusha Ames, 18.—19, Mary Tarbox, wife of John Pike, 47 nearly.—June, Enoch Frost, Sergt. Maj. in Rev. War, 63.1814.June 14, Jeremiah Hobbs, 67, one of earliest settlers.—Dec. 4, Wm. Bartlett, Rev. Sol., 70.1815.Zebedee Perry, abt. 60, Rev. Sol.—May 2, Capt. Joseph Rust, Reg'r of Deeds, 51. —16, Charles Stevens, 29.—July 25, Joanna Martin, 9.—Aug. 10, Joseph H. Martin, 50.—Jabez Chubb, drowned in the Crooked River (may have been in 1814).—Dec. 10, Betsey C., dau. of Nathan Morse, 3 nearly.1816.June 30, Nathaniel Stevens, Rev. Sol., 55.—Sept. 30, Lydia (Shedd) Frost, 52.1817.May, John Greeley, Rev. Sol. in Oxford, 65.1818.Feb. 27, Phebe Dale, 50.—Apr. 16, Capt. John Davis, Rev. Sol., 65.—June 23, Lemuel Shedd, Rev. Sol. k. at raising, 60—July 13, Levi Bartlett, 46.—Aug. 5, Timothy Gorham, 18 nearly.—Dec. 14, Martha, dau of Ephraim Abbott, 27.1819.Dec. 6, Lyman D., son of Jere Hobbs, Jr., 1 yr. 9 mos.—Dec. 21, Joanna Marshall, wid. of Jacob Pike, 85.