Source: "Early Settlers of New York State,
Their Ancestors and
Descendants", by Janet Wethy Foley (date's not with it!), pp. 168-171.
Thanks to Martha Magill for submitting this!
"The following records of deaths were copied
from the "Gospel Advocate" Vol. 11,
published in 1831. All deaths were in 1831, in New York State."
Alcox, Capt. Jesse, Feb. 2, Camden, 60y.
Austin, Benj., Feb. 9, Paris, left widow and two children, 60y.
Brown, William, oldest son of Samuel and Mary of Utica, late of England, d at Detroit, Mich., Sept. 21, 22 y.
Burch, Almira, dau. of L.D. and Laura, Mar. 5, Sangerfield, 2 y.
Corbett, E., soldier of Revolution, in action at Bunker Hill and Quebec, Nov. 1, Bridgewater, a Quaker, 79y.
Elmer, Polly, w of Andrew, in Western, 44y.
Hilton, Henry Augustus, eldest son of Robert, Nov. 2, Detroit, Mich., 4y. Recently of Utica.
Holmes, Roswell, Jan. 17, Sauquoit, 29y.
Hooker, Mrs. Charlotte, w of Col. James, Mar. 4, Utica, 42y.
Hubbard, Capt. Simon, Nov. 13, Marshall, 62y. Came from Mass., a first settler in Paris.
Johnson, Charlotte, dau. of Salmon, Apr. 13, Boonville, 18y.
Lansing, Mrs. Laura, w of Rev. D.C., Mar. 6, Utica, 37y.
Mairs, Mrs. Mary, w. of Job J., Mar. 1, Utica, 29y.
Morey, Mrs. Lucy, dau. of Salmon Lusk, Mar. 14, New Hartford, 34y.
Palmer, Cornelia Jane, dau. of Joshua, Oct. 10, New Hartford, 6m.
Sanger, Richard W., son of late Rev. Sanger of Bridgewater, Jan. 1, Clinton, 53y.
Stetson, Lucinda, dau. of Joel and Tryphena, Apr. 3, Sangerfield, 15y.
Toothaker, Dr. Roger, native of Billerica, Mass., served 7yrs. in the Revolution, Dec. 8, Trenton, 87y.
Tower, Elizabeth, w. of J.H., dau. of William and Polly Stebbins, Jan. 11, Clinton, 22y.
Tufts, Mary Bond, 2nd. dau. of Samuel, Aug. 29, Remsen, 17y.
Wheelock, Lewis, early settler at Clinton, Dec. 24, 1830, 66y.
Wilbur, Aaron, July 21, Trenton, 78y. Commission