I could have entitled this posting, Deborah (---) Wallis--Hail Mary #4 and Final. I wanted to make sure I crossed my t's and dotted my i's on this matter. Her youngest son, Isaac, died at New Durham and I had his death date from the following source: Record of the Baptisms, Marriages and Funerals from the Note Books of Rev. David Leighton Edgerly 1818-1891 of New Durham, NH copied by Edwin L. Edgerly (typescript at NEHGS, also available in microfilm via the Family History Library). Although I didn't have luck with the town level vital records of Rochester, Holderness, and Ossipee, they were intriguing enough to have me send for the New Durham version of the same.
Again, the Family History Library has let me down. According to their catalog there were two distinct versions. One #987961 was just called Town and Vital Records 1759-1913. The other, #2367314 was called New Durham New Hampshire mortgages, town records with births, marriages, and deaths, 1846-1947. Naturally, I ordered both. However, they are identical. So, I wasted $5.50.
In this case it should be noted that the records are actually:
VRs, 1850-1867, mostly marriages after 1858
VRs, Marriages 1860-1868, births and deaths 1858/9 to 1864/5
Marriage Intentions 1870-1899
Marriage certificates 1870-1876
There were significant gaps in the death records including the quality of the records themselves. In any case, Isaac Wallace's death was not recorded. Neither was my ancestress Alice (Runnels) Pinkham in 1855, whose death appears in the same source above. Her father, Ebenezer Runnels, paradoxically was recorded as dying of old age, age 86 years on 13 September 1851. But I already knew that. That record is in the state-wide N.H. vital records as well as a newspaper death notice.