Birth, Marraiage & Death Notices


A weekly newspaper published in Cape Vincent, NY, 1858-1862, by Paul A. Leach. It became the Frontier Patriot in 1862.

Cape Vincent Gazette – published weekly in Cape Vincent, NY (1858-1862)
1859: Jan-Dec.

January 8, 1859, p. 3:

At the house of T. M. Brewster, in Cape Vincent, Jan. 4, 1859, by the Rev. S. L. Merrel, J. P. WOOLAVER to ELLEN HOGAN, all of this village.

At the St. Lawrence Hotel, Cape Vincent, Jan. 3, 1859, by the Rev. S. L. Merell, JAMES ROCH of Pierrepont Manor, to MARY JANE ARMSTRONG, of Three Mile Bay.

In Cape Vincent, by the Rev. J. F. Dayan, at the residence of Geo. Fuller, 22d ult., JABEZ BANISTER to HANNAH GILL.

February 19, 1859, p. 3:

At C. Ferrin's Hotel, Cape Vincent, on Saturday last, the 12th instant, by Rev. Edward Kennedy, Mr. JAMES VANEPPES to Miss ANICE SMITH, all of Three Mile Bay.

By Rev. J. F. Dayan, in Cape Vincent, on the afternoon of the 17th inst., at the residence of Geo. Fuller, Esq., Mr. GEORGE SAUNDERS of Mud Creek, to Miss MARY ANN TARRENT of Long Island.

February 26, 1859, p. 3:

At the St. Lawrence Hotel, Feb. 16, by the Rev. E. Kennedy, JONATHAN WILLARD to MARY ELLEN McMULLEN, both of Long Island.

April 23, 1859, p. 3:

By the Rev. J. F. Dayan, on Wednesday evening, April 20th, at the residence of Chas. Wilson, Esq., near Pleasant Valley, WM. H. BUTTERFIELD of Millen's Bay to LOUISA C. VANDERWOCKER, pf Pamelia, NY.

Jun 18, 1859, p. 2:

At his residence near Cape Vincent, on Friday morning the 3d inst., SMITH DUNNING, Esq., age 72 years. The solemn services of the Episcopal church for the burial of the dead, were held on Sunday afternoon following; and immediately the body was conveyed to Rhinebeck for interment in the family vault.

October 15, 1859, p. 3:

In this village, on the 11th inst., JOHN PATTERSON, age 54 years.

November 5, 1859, p. 2:

Drowned—On Thursday morning last, a Mr. Colburn, about 60 years of age, and residing about 5 miles this side of French Creek, left his home early in the day for the Creek on business. He was seen on his way home between 10 and 11 o'clock a.m. In the afternoon, some of the Gurnsey family saw a boat bottom side up, and upon examination found him some 16 feet from the shore—dead. He leaves a wife to mourn his loss.

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