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New York County New York Obituaries Extracted From The Weekly Herald, New York, NY, 1849

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1849 Obituaries from The Weekly Herald in New York, New York County New York.

CAMMEYER, Jeromus Doremus, Obituary

Died, in Brooklyn on Wednesday, 24th inst., at half-past 3 o'clock, p.m., of croup, Jeromus Doremus, twin son of John E. and Catherine Cammeyer, aged 5 years, 1 month and 5 days. [Weekly Herald, (New York, NY), October 27, 1849]

HOWELL, Bridget, Obituary

Died suddenly on Friday, the 19th inst., Bridget Howell, in the twenty-ninth year of her age. Her relatives are respectfully invited to attend her funeral from the Broadway Hospital, on Sunday, the 21st inst. at one o'clock, without further invitation. Her remains will be taken to Williamsburg for interment. [The Weekly Herald, (New York, NY), Oct. 28. 1849]

PELLINGTON, James, Obituary

Died at his residence, East New York, L. I., Oct. 19th, James Pellington, Esq., aged seventy-one years, formerly a resident of this city. [The Weekly Herald, (New York, NY), Oct. 28. 1849]

SAIME, Samuel, Obituary

Died, On Sunday, 21st inst., Mr. Samuel Saime, in the 39th year of his age. His relations and friends, and those of his brothers-in-law, Charles and Scott Hicks, are respectfully invited to attend his funeral this day, Tuesday at 2 1/2 o'clock, p.m., from his late residence, 97 Forsyth st. [Weekly Herald, (New York, NY), October 27, 1849

VAN CAMPEN, Major Moses, Obituary

In Angelica, NY, on the 15th inst., Major Moses Van Campen, one of the officers of the Revolutionary army. He was born in the year 1757, on the 21st of January, in Hunterdon county, New Jersey, and had consequently attained the patriarchial age of 92 years and 9 months, nearly. During the bloody struggles of the War of Independence, he took an active part, and few men have been as much exposed to danger in many a desperate encounter with foreign and savage foes, and yet escaped unhurt. In 1807, Major Van Campen was appointed one of the Judges of Allegany county, and he also held with much credit the office of Treasurer for fifteen years. In 1834, he removed to the village of Dansville, where his upright character and integrity secured the esteem of every ciitzen. In the village of Angelica and alos in Dansville, he filled the responsible station of an office bearer of the Presbyterian church; and faithfully did he discharge the duties which devolved upon him, until that hand was palsied and had become feeble, which had held the sword and the pen with manly firmness.-- Allegany Advocate [The Weekly Herald, (New York, NY), Saturday, October 27, 1849]