A weekly newspaper published in Watertown, NY, 1846-1849, by A. W. Clark. It became the Northern New York Journal in 1849.
In Watertown on 24 September, by Rev. L. W. Norton:
J. ADRIANCE, Esq. Of Columbia, Texas to Miss LYDIA A., daughter of the late Dr. A. B. Cooke, U.S.N.
In Watertown on 27 September, by Rev. Mr. McFarlin:
PATRICK KEON of Watertown to Miss ANN NARY of Wilna.
In Clayton on the evening of September 25, by Rev. E. G. Blount:
MR. JAMES CRIGHTON to Miss LURANY BUSWELL
In Antwerp on the morning of 17 September, by Rev. Mr. Armstrong:
NICOLL J. COOPER, son of ABRAM COOPER, Esq. To NANCY A., second daughter of IRA HINSDALE, Esq.
In Pinckney, Lewis Co., on September. 20 by Hon. Judge Waite:
Mr. JOHN W. ADAMS of Rodman to Miss BERINTHA GOWDY of the former place.
In Watertown on 21 September by Rev. J. A. Nash:
Mr. LOFTUS WAKEFIELD and Miss MARY A. PERKINS all of Watertown.
At the same time and place by the same:
Mr. DEWITT C. CUMMINGS and HARRIET H. PERKINS, all of Watertown.
At Burrville, on 24 September, by Rev. H. Doane:
Mr. SMITH GORDON of Hoosick, Rensselaer Co., to Miss ELVIRA M. BURR of Burrville, Jefferson Co.
In Clayton on Friday 18 September, CYRUS COOK, son of Deacon JOHN COOK, age 19 years.
Vitals from the Northern State Journal, October 21, 1846:
In LeRay on 15 September by Rev. Dr. Fenton:
Mr. GEORGE POOLER, Esq., of DeKalb, St. Lawrence Co., to Miss ADALINE MATESON of the former place.
In Lowville, Lewis Co., on the evening of 15 September by Rev. E. A. Renouf:
Rev. LEVI W. NORTON, Minister of Trinity Church, Watertown and Miss ELIZABETH P., youngest daughter of STEPHEN LEONARD, Esq., of the former place.
In Watertown on 15 September by Rev. J. Potter of Waterville, Oneida Co.:
Mr. PIERSON K. THURSTON of Watertown to Miss SARAH ANN DODGE of Pamelia.
In Denmark, on 15 September by Rev. T. N. Benedict:
Mr. SYLVENUS T. RISKER to Miss CYNTHIA F, daughter of Mr. E. MOORE, all of Denmark.
Vitals from the Northern State Journal, October 28, 1846:
In Watertown on Sabbath evening, the 25th of October by Rev. J. A. Nash:
Mr. HIRAM M. REED and Miss ROSELLA R. STAFFORD both of Watertown.
Vitals from the Northern State Journal, November 11, 1846:
In Orleans, on 20 October, by H. Dewey, Esq.:
WARREN DEWEY of Gouverneur, St. Lawrence Co. to Miss SARAH A. GIFFIN of Clayton, Jefferson Co.
In Oswego, by Rev. Mr. Condit on 15 October:
H. GATES GILBERT of Watertown to MARIE ANTOINETTE, daughter of Hon. F. BACON, U. S. Consul, Nassau, N.P.
In Rutland on 28 October by Rev. Dr. Fenton:
Mr. WILLIAM S. CLARK to Miss LUCY ANN TAMBLIN, daughter of Abner Tamblin, Esq. All of Rutland.
At 3 Mile Bay, Jefferson Co. on 3 Nov. ELIZABETH, wife of HENRY CLINE and daughter of JONATHAN SELTER, Esq., age 33 years, after an illness of 6 days. She left a husband and five children.
In Ellisburg on 29 October, Mrs. JOANNA, wife of Mr. ISAAC GALE, age 62 years.
Vitals from the Northern State Journal, November 18, 1846:
At Chaumont on 8 November, by Rev. J. A. Canfield:
L. B. MASSEY, M. D., to CATHARINE M., youngest daughter of FREDERICK COFFEEN, Esq., all of Chaumont.
In Watertown on 11 November, by Rev. J. A. Nash:
Mr. JOHN McMULLIN of Rutland and Miss MAHETABLE WOODRUFF of Watertown.
At the village of Dexter on 15 November, by Rev. S. Little:
Mr. GEORGE PERRY RIPLEY of Chautauque Co., to Miss THIRZAH H. STILES of Evans Mills.
On the evening of 9 November by Rev. Mr. Stone:
Mr. A. WEBB to Mrs. LYDIA HOUGH all of Watertown.
At the residence of Hon. E. L. Salisbury, Belleville, on 8 November by Elder N. Salisbury:
Mr. AUGUSTINE COOK to Miss CYNTHIA RICE all of Belleville.
In Watertown on 9 November, Miss SARAH ELIZABETH, daughter of JOHN SIGOURNEY, Esq., at 20 years.
Vitals from the Northern State Journal, December 2, 1846:
At the American (Hotel) in Watertown, on 12 November by Rev. Mr. Smith of LeRay:
PETER A. HOUSE to Miss LYDIA W. WELCH, both of Pamelia.
In Rutland on 27 November, Mrs. SYBBIL BACON, mother of MOSES BACON of Watertown, at 89 years. She received for several years a pension as the widow of a Revolutionary soldier and was the mother of 12 children, 4 grandchildren, 105 great grandchildren and several of the fifth generation.
Vitals from the Northern State Journal, December 9, 1846:
On the 5th of October by Rev. J. R. Boyd:
ALBERT KNIGHT, Esq. Of Jefferson Co., in the Wisconsin Territory and Miss HARRIET M. DELANO, eldest daughter of LEONARD DELANO, Esq. Of Watertown.
In Charleston, South Carolina on 15 November, Mr. JAMES L. HUNGER of Watertown in his 25th year. His wife had died previously, also of consumption. They left an infant son.
At Sackett's Harbor, on 26 November, CAROLINE C., daughter of FRANCIS F. and CYNTHIA BURT, age one year.
Vitals from the Northern State Journal, December 16, 1846:
On 5 December at the residence of her father in Clayton, LOUISA MARIAH, daughter of PETER and CATHARINE BOWMAN, at 10 years.
In Watertown, of consumption on 14 December, HARIET AMELIA, eldest daughter of Mr. HART MASSEY JR., age 2 years.
On 25 August in the Indian Territory of Missouri, Mr. WILLIAM HUNTINGTON, age 63, formerly of Watertown, NY.
Information contributed by volunteer Marilyn Sapienza.
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