Twenty-five-year-old Fanny Stockely died this date, April 7th, in 1829 from a hemorrhage after giving birth to a stillborn child. They would be buried together at Bethel Burying Ground.
I am unable to locate any more definitive information on Ms. Stockely. Her doctor lived at 89 Pine Street in the Old City District. So she may have resided nearby. For further reading on “childbed” deaths and hemorrhaging during childbirth during this period you can go to pages 226-230 at https://archive.org/details/textbookofmidwif001spie.