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Miscellanies: Register of Deaths in Savannah, Georgia Volume 1-7- Index
 
Vol. 7 is Index: the following are listed
 
 
[ Contributed by Mrs. C. D. Waller ]
 
Vol. 7 - REGISTER OF DEATHS IN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA INDEX

FOLLOWING IS A LIST FROM THIS INDEX:

 
ENGLISH / INGLIS / ENGEL / ENGELMANN / ENGELS / INGLISS / ENGLIS / INGLE / IGLE / INGEL/.
 
deaths:
 
ENGLAND, ALEXANDER VOL. 3 P.61 AUG.1811-AUG.1818

ENGLAND, JAMES VOL. 2 P.41 1807-JULY 1811(two entries)
ENGLAND, JAMES VOL. 2 P.41 1807-JULY 1811

ENGLAND, JAMES VOL. 3 P.61 AUG. 1811-AUG. 1818

ENGLAND, JANE VOL. 6 P.20 1848-JUN. 1853

ENGLIS, HENRY VOL. 5 P.147 1833-1847

ENGLISH, ANN VOL.3 P.202 AUG.1811-AUG.1818

ENGLISH, SAMUEL VOL.5 P.199 1833-1847

ENGLISH, THOMAS VOL.1 P.16 29OCT1803-1806

INGLE, CHARLES VOL. 5 P.116 1833-1847

INGLIS, ANDW, VOL. 4 P.252 SEP 1818-1832

IGLE, JOHN (DEATH) (EFFINGHAM COUNTY, GA.) MRS. ANNA IGLE, RELICT, LTRS. ADMR. 12/17/1802

INGEL, MATTHIAS PROP. SEIZED 10/3/1765

INGLIS, ALEXANDER (DEATH) CHARLESTON, 4/2/1791. On Wednesday last a duel was fought between Mr. Alexander Inglis and Mr. William Allen Dean. The former died of a ball in his side on Thursday. He left 3 daughters and a son in England.

CUTHBERT, GEORGE (DEATH) ALEXANDER INGLIS AND JA. CUTHBERT, EXEC. 4/27/1768

INGLISH, GEORGE, ESQ. (DEATH) CHARLESTOWN, 9/8/1775. After a severe illness, an eminent merchant of this town where he had been a resident about 35 years.

INGLIS, JOHN (DEATH) CHARLESTOWN, 3/11/1781. Murdered on the 8th, at the house of Dr. Clitheral at the Horsshoe… A young man at the house on a visit fro England. DIED 3/8/1781

CLITHERAL, DR. (DEATH) CHARLESTON, 1/24/1792. The following unfortunate event occurred in this port on Sunday last in the forenoon. Capt. Quinland, master of the sloop "Sally and Betsey", Dr. Clitheral, lately from Ireland, and three others drowned.

INGLIS, THOMAS, ESQ.,(DEATH) KINGSTON, JAMAICA, 5/17/1788. Died at the pen of Samuel Gregory, ESQ. In Liquanes, Thomas Inglis, ESQ., of St. Mary's, formerly an eminent merchant in Charleston, South Carolina, which province he quitted with his majesty's troops in 1782, having throughout the late unfortunate contest uniformly manifested his loyalty to his sovereign and attachment to the British Government. DIED 5/17/1788.

CUTHBERT, CATHERINE:(DEATH) (FORMERLY CATHERINE BLAIR); MARGARET (OR MARY) EUSTACE, WIDOW, LTRS, ADMR. 11/13/1788 2/12/1789.

CUTHBERT, GEORGE, ESQ. (DEATH) 4/20/1768 IN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.

CUTHBERT, GEORGE (DEATH) KINGSTON (JAMAICA), 6/20/1789. Early on Wednesday morning died at his house in Spanish Town, universally lamented, George Cuthbert, ESQ., one of the Representatives in Assembly for the Parish of Port Royal, and late Provost Marshall General of this island, of apoplexy.

CUTHBERT, GEORGE (DEATH) (CHRIST CHURCH PARISH, CHATHAM CO., GA.) MARY ELLIOTT, OF BEAUFORT, S. C., WIDOW, LTRS. ADMR., WITH WILL ANNEXED. Said Mary Elliott having been widow and relick of said George Cuthbert. 6/1/1786

CUTHBERT, GEORGE (DEATH) DAVID ADAMS OF S.C., PLANTER, LTRS. ADMR. WITH WILL ANNEXED, UNADMINISTERED BY JOSEPH CUTHBERT OF CHATHAM CO., GA., PLANTER, DECEASED, UNADMINISTERED BT ALEXANDER INGLIS, EXEC. OF LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. 8/4/1791. SALES ---- 4/25/1793 1/28/1796 JAMES CUTHBERT, LTRS. ADMR. 9/13/1798.

SMITH, MRS. MARY ANN (DEATH), WIDOW OF THOMAS SMITH, FORMERLY OF THE ISLAND OF BARBADOS. SAVANNAH, GA. 7/30/1801.

SMITH, MR. ELIZABETH (DEATH), WIFE OF THOMAS SMITH, MERCHANT. 6/27/1799 SHE DIED LAST FRIDAY IN SAVANNAH, GA.

ENGLISH, ROBERT B. D. 10/7/1859 AGE 5 YEARS 5 DAYS NATIVE SAVANNAH CORNERS INQUEST-DROWNED RESIDENCE BAY/WARREN BURIED LAUREL GROVE CEMETERY LOT#935 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.

 
marriages:
 
INGLIS, ELIZABETH CHARLESTOWN, 6/1/1763. ON SUNDAY LAST WAS MARRIED HERE, BY THE REV. MR. DRAKE, RECTOR OF CHRIST CHURCH, MR. THOMAS LOUGHTON SMITH, TO ELIZABETH INGLIS, DAUGHTER OF GEORGE INGLIS.

CLITHERAL, DR. JAMES MARRIED MR, ELIZABETH SMITH, WIDOW OF THOMAS LOUGHTON SMITH, ESQ., DECEASED. MARRIED CHARLESTON, 12/22/1776.

SMITH, AMELIA (DAUGHTER OF THOMAS SMITH, MERCHANT /SAVANNAH MARRIED FRIDAY EVENING LAST, CAPT. CALLAGHAN OF THE SHIP "HOPE" IN SAVANNAH.

SMITH, THOMAS MARRIED MRS. ELLEN PHILDEN #3030 4/12/1848.

PHELAN, MRS. ELLEN MARRIED JOSEPH BURK #2570 11/7/1843.

 
 
 
(source: Register of Deaths in Savannah, Georgia Volume 1-7, October 29, 1803 - June 1853. Vol. Index . Kindly contributed by Mrs. C.D. Waller, of the Bryan Co., GA ENGLISH. )
 

     
     
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