This is the fifth and final post dedicated to the files of Vital Records found in the William B. Bogardus Collection. For background please see the first post from this set. The files found below are from varied locations in the U. S. and Canada. With this post, my work with the Collection of Brewer and Brower related material gathered by William B. Bogardus and lent to me during the winter of 2008-2009, is done. Please take note that I am no longer in possession of the physical copies of the files. I also cannot guarantee just how long these files will remain online. My suggestion is, that if you find something that is helpful to your own specific research interests, that you download and save the file to your home computer.
Death Notices from the Christian Guardian 1851-1850, Rev. Donald A. McKenzie, 1984. (Entries here are from Toronto, Canada)
Death Notices of Ontario (Canada), William D. Reid, 1980
Marriages, Elgin County, Ontario (Canada), The Ontario Register, vol. 1
South Carolina Jewish Marriage Settlements, 1785-1839, Malcolm H. Stern
Central Pennsylvania Marriages, 1700-1896, Charles A. Fisher, 1946
More Notices from Methodist Papers, 1830-1857, Rev. Donald A. McKenzie, 1986 (Canada)
Vital Records of New Haven (Connecticut)
Marriage Bonds of Ontario (Canada) 1803-1834, Thomas B. Wilson, 1985
Pennsylvania Archives Second Series, Pennsylvania Vital Records
Prince Edward District (Ontario, Canada), Marriage Register
Prince Edward (Ontario, Canada), Militia, 1822
Marriage and Death Notices from Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette, 1799-1825, Carrie L. Broughton, 1944
Marriage and Death Notices Extracted from the Genius of Liberty and Fayette Advertiser of Uniontown, Pennsylvania 1805-1854, Mrs. Jean R. Rentmeister, 1981
Vital Statistics from the National Intelligencer (Washington, D. C.), George Martin, NGSQ, vol. 47
"Certified Vital Data - Bennet, Brower, Pudney, Montross, Purdy and Turberg" (The source of the pages in this file is not clear, but they appear to have been collected by a correspondent of William B. Bogardus. They do not appear to have come from any one published source).