|Source: American (New York, NY) Vol.: XVI
Issue: 4963 Page:1
Dated: Dec. 23, 1834
At Baltimore, on the afternoon of the 18th inst. at the
residence of the Rev. Mr. Nevins, her son-in-law,
Mrs. Ann Key, relict of the late Philip B. Key, Esq.
of the District of Columbia.
On the 17th inst. in the city
of Hudson, at the advanced age of 84 years, Mrs.
At West Springfield, N. J. Mr. Titus Morgan, aged
94 years 5 months and 22 days. Mr. Morgan was a
native of that town and was in the French war in 1767 and
'68. He was a father of nine children, fifty-two
grand-children, and forty-three great grand children.
He was a professor of religion for more than seventy years,
and retained his memory and rational faculties till a little
before his death.
At Penobscot, Mr. Charles Hutchings, in his 100th
year, has left 10 children, 88 grand children, 235 great
grandchildren, and 17 great great grand children.
In Camden, Maine, Mr. Robert Thorndike, a native of
Beverly, Mass, aged 100 years and 5 months. He was
habitually temperate, and retained his hair, teeth,
eyesight, and intellects unimpaired until his death.
His descendants numbered 354, of whom 300 are now living.
In Pittston, widow Law, a native of Germany, aged
86. Her daughter Polly, with whom she had
lived, died a fortnight after, aged 72. She was born
when her mother was but 14 years old.