A weekly newspaper published in Watertown, NY, 1850-1867, by Ingalls, Burdick & Co.. It began with the Aug. 29, 1850 issue.

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Jan-Jun, Jul-Dec.

The New York Reformer Newspaper
(published Watertown, NY) 1857: Jan-June:

January 1, 1857, p. 6:

On the 28th day of December 1856, by Rev. A. ___bell of Adams Centre, Mr. LOREN CARLEY of Rodman to Miss J. J. HAMMOND of Adams.

By Rev. P. Snyder Dec. 24th, GEO. W. DODGE of Watertown to Miss ELIZA M. AYERS of Hounsfield.

At Henderson, NY Dec. 14th by Rev. M. M. Rice, AMOS WHITE JR. to Miss MARY E. PENNEY all of Henderson.

At Three Mile Bay, December 25, 1856, By. Rev. D.____, Mr. LEVI L. WITT to Miss FANNY E. ZIMMERMAN all of Brownville.

At Henderson, NY, at the house of the bride's father, Dec. 18th, by Rev. M. M. Rice, Mr. DANFORD _____of Belleville, NY to Miss MARY M. SEA_____ of the former place.

Please Note: When this newspaper was digitalized, part of the information was hidden in the fold of the newspaper, which caused the record to be incomplete.

At Marathon, Cortland Co., NY Dec. 22nd of colic, JACOB BAUM age 54 years, 5 months, ___days, formerly of LeRay, Jefferson Co.

At her resident in North Watertown, Mrs. CAROLINE A__T, on the 22nd ult., of consumption, age ___.

January 8, 1857, p. 1:

In Denmark, Dec. 25th, by the Rev. H. Rogers, Mr. ALONZO HORTON of Denmark and Miss SUSAN DAVIS of the same place.

On the 30th inst., by Rev. Mr. Rice of Antwerp, Mr. D. A. CHIDESTER to Miss BETSEY CLARK, both of Philadelphia.

In Brownville, Dec. 19 by Rev. G. W. Elwood, Mr. CALVIN REED of Pillar Point, to Miss HANNAH VAN HOOSER of Hounsfield.

In Brownville, Jan. 1st by the same, Mr. CLARK FERGUSON of Rutland, to Miss JULIAETTE SCOTT of Brownville.

In Henderson, at the house of the bride's father, Jan. 1, 1857 by Rev. M. M. Rice, Mr. ISAAC M. HALINEAN to Miss MARTHA M. NUTTING.

In Henderson, at the house of the bride's father, Jan. 1, by the same. Mr. M. J. BRIGGS to Miss ANGELINE SPRAGUE, all of Henderson.

In East Rodman, Dec. 31, by Rev. O. P. Pitcher, Mr. G. S. BUTTERFIELD, to Miss ELIZABETH E. DEAN, both of Rodman.

Dec. 25th at Evans Mills, by Rev. Wm. P. Decker, Mr. MARVIN SCOVILLE to Miss DELILAH BRIMER of East Hounsfield.

At Clayton, Jan. 1st, by the Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. WILLIAM R. PARISH to Miss CELESTINE GLASS, both of Clayton.

In this village on the 3d inst., by Rev. L. D. White, Mr. JOSEPH CASAVEAUT to Miss ADELIA DE MARSH all of this place.

By the same, at the same time and place, Mr. EBENEZER NEBEAU, to Miss MARY DE MARSH, both of this place.

On the 31st day of December, 1856, by Rev. A. Campbell, Mr. D. FISK of Watertown, to Miss F. A. HETH of Adams.

On the 25th ult., in Pinckney, by the Rev. J. F. Bishop, Mr. EDWARD OATMAN of Adams, to Miss PHILDELIA PARKER of the same town.

In this village on the 4th inst., by Rev. L. D. White, Mr. SAMUEL B. ROMLIN, to Miss ELIZ BOSWORTH, all of this place.

December 30th, by Rev. D. Dye, Mr. WILLIAM H. WOODWARD of Ellisburgh, to Miss CHARLOTTE E. SNELL of Three Mile Bay.

By the same January 1st, 1857, Mr. T. R. INGERSOLL of Pulaski, and Miss S. T. WELLS of Lyme.

At Lorraine, on the 4th ult., by Rev. M. C. Manning, Mr. LUTHER H. BISHOP of Clayton, to Miss ADALINE (?) C. GILMAN of Lorraine.

In LaFargeville, on Sunday, December 28th, CALVIN DICKINSON, in the eighty-second year of his age.

At Antwerp, Jan. 2nd, 1857, COL. WILLIAM GILL, age 47 years. (followed by short obituary)

In this village, Jan. 3d, 1857, JESSE OWEN, youngest son of WILLIAM and ELIZABETH HATHAWAY, age 8 years and 11 months.

January 15, 1857, p. 1:

At Adams Centre, Dec. 22nd, 1856, by Geo. Hall, Esq., Mr. WILDER F. RAND, to Miss MARY E. BUCK of Watertown.

In Lorraine, Jan. 1st, 1857, by Rev. B. E. Whipple, Mr. J. YERDEN of Morristown, St. Law. Co., NY to Miss LORA J. TUBBS of Lorraine, N.Y.

On the 24th ult, by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. AVERY GRAGG of Rutland, to Miss EMMA COLLINS of Watertown.

On the 1st inst., by the same. Mr. JOHN O. KIMBALL to Miss A. L. SALSBURY, both of Watertown.

In Denmark on the 7th inst., by Rev. H. Bowen, Mr. CHARLES DICKINSON of Edgerton, Wisconsin to Miss ALMIRA C. MARTIN of Denmark.

January 8th 1857, by Rev. D. Dye of Three Mile Bay, Mr. JOHN M. WELLS and Miss NAOMI KLOCK, both of Lyme, Jeff. Co.

In Pamelia, Dec. 28th, by Rev. P. Morse, Mr. SYLVANUS SEEBER of Brownville, and Miss CATHARINE ZOLLER of Pamelia.

Also on the 8th inst., by the same, in Henderson, Mr. THOMAS DOBSON, JR., to Miss JULIA ANN ALDEN, of Henderson.

In Ellisburgh, Dec. 31st, by Rev. M. Lyon, of Bellville, Mr. CHARLES J. T_ EAR and Miss SUSAN M. REYNOLDS both of Ellisburgh.

Suddenly in Atwerp of apoplexy, Mr. J. BOWERS of Brownville, age 45 years.

On Sunday evening the 4th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, O. V. BRAINARD, in this village, MRS. MARY S. HOOKER, widow of the late JOSEPH HOOKER, formerly of Hadley, Mass. Mrs. Hooker was in the 78th year of her age.

January 22, 1857, p. 1:

On the morning of the 15th inst., by the Rev. A. Cleghorn, at the residence of Elisha Allen, Esq., Mr. BYRON M. FOX, of LaFargeville, to Miss LUCY BRIGGS of Lorraine.

At the residence of F. Shimmel in Theresa on the 11th inst., by S. W. Strough, Esq., Mr. PHILO H. STORING of Theresa to Miss HARRIET L. CHAFFIN of Montague, Lewis Co., NY.

By the same at the residence of J. W. Shimmel of LeRay, on the 28d of October, Mr. JOHN PICKARD of LeRay, to Miss BETSEY SHIMMEL of Pamelia.

In Watertown at the American (hotel) on the 7th inst., by Rev. T. D. Sleeper, Mr. GEORGE PERKINS of Boston, Mass. And Miss SUSAN BIRMINGHAM of LeRay.

In Adams on the 13th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. CHARLES COBLEIGH of Pinckney, to Miss MARY ANN EDWARDS of Ellisburgh.

In South Rutland on the 15th inst., by the same. Mr. N. M. SEARLS of Edgerton, Wisconsin to Miss LOUISA CLOBRIDGE of South Rutland.

On the 14th inst., by the same, Mr. GEO J. WILDERS to M. V. SHELDON, both of Watertown

Jan. 11, in this place, MARY WINGATE, daughter of Mr. JAS. WINGATE in the 27th year of her age. For about five years, she had been a constant and often great suffered.

At the residence of his father in Ellisburgh, on Saturday morning the 3d day of Jan. 1857, JEROME BATEMAN, age 83 years and 20 days. (long obituary followed).

January 29, 1857, p. 4:

At Stone Mills, the 22d inst., by Rev. M. W. Empie, Mr. A. H. MOODY and Miss E. A. ARCHER, all of Orleans.

Also by the same at Orleans 4 Corners, on the 3d ult., Mr. CHAUNCEY GRAY, and Miss ROMELIA FULTS, all of Orleans.

At the Kirby House, in this village by Rev. F. H. Stanton, Mr. EZRA J. BAUM to Miss EMILY WALTS, all of LeRay.

At her residence in Watertown, on the 5th inst., MRS. SALLY ANN THURSTIN, age 84 years.

At his residence in Depauville, Jan. 22nd inst., Mr. MERIT SPERRY, age 54 years and 6 months. (short obituary followed)

February 5, 1857, p. 1:

At the hotel of F. Butterfield in Redwood, Jeff. Co., by the Rev. John Ayer, Mr. L. C. HAWN of Clayton to Miss MARY ANN GUSTA MARBLE of Omar.

In Sackets Harbor on the 26th inst., by Rev. T. D. Sleeper, Mr. JAS. WARREN FULTS of Theresa to Miss MARY HOLDRIDGE of Sackets Harbor.

In this village on the 24th inst., by the Rev. L. D. White, Mr. ABRAM BOON of Beloit, Wis. To MRS. MINERVA P. GREEN of Sussex, England.

On the 29th of Jan. 1857, in LaFargeville, of inflammation of the lungs, Miss JULIA THAIR, formerly of Depauville.

In this village on Monday moring the 26th ult, at the residence of his son, C. D. MORGAN, Mr. NATHAN MORGAN, in the 86th year of his age. Mr. Morgan was born in Brimfield, Mass., in the year 1771. He came into this county in the spring of 1820 where he has since resided. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church for over half a century.

February 12, 1857, p. 1:

In LaFargeville, on the 9th inst., by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. HORACE W. GUERNSEY of St. Joseph, Michigan, to Miss HELEN M. CUSHMAN, daughter of Dr. O. W. CUSHMAN, of the former place.

In Clayton, January 15th by Rev. B. S. Wright, Mr. V. R. BENJAMIN to Miss CLARA BORLAND, all of Clayton.

January 15th at St. Lawrence by Rev. B. S. Wright, Mr. WALLACE BEEDLE to Miss MARY A. READE, both of Cape Vincent.

February 8th by Rev. L. White, Mr. DANIEL JILSON to Miss HARRIET E. SEARS, all of Watertown.

By the Rev. G. W. Elwood in Brownville, Dec. 1, Mr. PHILIP FARMER of Lorraine, to MRS. THANKFUL MERRIAM of Brownville.

Jan. 21st, by the Rev. Mr. Pitcher at the house of the bride's father, Mr. ISRAEL ADAMS to Miss HARRIET BOYNTON, all of Rodman.

In this village on the 5th inst., by Rev. L. D. White, Mr. WM. WALDRICK to Miss JANE DEAN both of Rodman.

At the house of the bride's father, on the 5th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. HENRY A. WHITE to Miss MARY JANE SPICER, both of Hounsfield.

In Rodman, at Mr. W. Alport's Hotel, on Jan. 29, by Rev. O. P. Pitcher, Mr. DANIEL WILLIAMS, and Miss ELVIRA S. BROOKS, both of Pinckney.

In Rodman, Jan. 11th, RUTH, wife of ANSON MOODY, in the 69th year of her age.

In St. Clair Co., Mich. On the 11d January at the residence of her son-in-law, N. FRASIER, MRS. HEPSIBAH B. JOINER, formerly of Jeff. Co., age 85 years.

In Williamstown, Oswego Co., on the 17th of January, MRS. DIANA BECKWITH in the 47th year of her age.

In LaFargeville, on the 4th inst., SARAH A., daughter of H. D. TESSIER, age 4 years.

Died in San Francisco, on the 24th December, GEORGE W. TOLMAN in the 83rd year of his age, of paralysis, occasioned by the breaking of a staging upon which he was at work some 30 feet high. Mr. Tolman, was one of those young men who immediately upon the announcement of the discovery of gold in California, was impressed with the belief that it would offer unusual facilities for the accumulation of a competency, and with an enterprise that flinched at nothing, he took his way early in 1849, toward the “Golden Gate” of the setting sun, doubling Cape Horn in that year; the vessel was nine months in laboring through one of the severest seasons on record in that latitude. The passengers suffered severely from the inadequate arrangement by the officers for a voyage to unusually protracted. ..Two years later, his brother, CHARLES, the youngest of the family, and the very Benjamin of his aged father, undertook the journey across the Isthmus and survived its completion in less than a single month. The desolation of the deceased, upon burying his brother in a strange land, can be fully appreciated only by those who knew his sensitive nature and his noble heart. To him who standing alone in his declining life, has beheld his JOSEPH and BENJAMIN, buried in a foreign land.

February 19, 1857, p. 2:

In Champion, Feb. 11th by Rev. J. Butterfield, Mr. MYERS THOMPSON of Watertown, formerly of Alexandria, to Miss LUCY A. STANTON, of Champion.

In Clayton, Feb. 10th by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. WILLIAM N. MARTIN of Hounsfield, to Miss ANNA C. McCARN of Clayton.

In Pillar Point Feb. 6, by Rev. I Zimmerman, Mr. NEWTON STONE of Pillar Point to Miss D. E. RANDALL of the same place.

In Pillar Point Feb. 12, by Rev. J. Zimmerman, at eh resident of the bride's father, Mr. ALBERT H. PUTNAM of Brownville to Miss MARY A. ACKERMAN.

In Pillar Point, Feb. 12th by the same, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. AMOS OTIS of Depauville, to Miss LUCINDA A. LOW of Pillar Point.

January 15th, by Rev. R. T. Conant of Evans Mills, Mr. HIRAM HARTER to Miss HELEN BAUM both of LeRay.

January 20th by the same, Mr. MARSHALL B. SLACK of Pamelia to Miss MARTHA E. COX of LeRay.

February 10th by the same, Mr. ALONZO WALTS, and Miss MARY JANE GORE, both of LeRay.

At the Crowner House, Feb. 12th, by the Rev. F. H. Stanton, Mr. ISAAC ADAMS of Brownville, to Miss ANGELINE C. HOYT of Lyme.

At the residence of his son, ADAM S. BLAIR in Rodman village, Mr. DAVID BLAIR, age 83 years.

In Champion on the 10th inst., MRS. MARIA CLARK, consort of Mr. J. H. CLARK, in the fortieth year of her age.

MRS. ANNA BALL, consort of ELIHU BALL, Esq., of this village, late of Rutland, died at her son's residence on the 10th inst., age 73 years and 6 months. Her funeral was numerously attended on the 12th.

In Martinsburgh, Lewis County on Sunday evening the 8th, of congestion of the brain. DANIEL T. RANDOLPH, age 37 years. He was a citizen of this village, a baker and confectioner and had been in business here for a number of years. For some months previous to his death, he had been in very feeble health, but not so much so as to hinder his attention to business. At the time of his death, he was on a collecting tour, and was suddenly taken ill, and confined but four days when he was released by death. His funeral was largely attended by many sorrowing friends.

On the 4th inst., at his residence on Point Salubrious in the town of Lyme, Mr. HARRY HORTON, age 86 years. He was the head of an unusually large family consisting of 18 children, 80 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren, including those who were connected by marriage, nearly all of whom lived so near in his neighborhood as to see him in his last sickness and participate in his funeral solemnities. He was born in 1771 in Westchester, Dutchess Co, and of course remembered distinctly many of those stirring scenes which were enacted during our Revolutionary War on the North River among the Forst and passes in the Highlands—the invasion and subsequent capture of Burgoyne—the defection and treason of Arnold—the bloody inroads of the savage and their more sanguinary allies, the tories, the return of peace, etc. In 1809 he removed his residence to the new town of Brownville, (now Lyme) and purchased the farm upon which he lived almost half a century and where he has finally gone to rest. He was among the number who were organized into the first church, Baptist in 1816, with the present limits of the town of Lyme.

February 26, 1857, p. 2:

On Wednesday evening the 11th inst., by Rev. R. Wheelock at the house of the bride's father, at Great Bend, Mr. SYLVESTER LOOMIS of Champion to Miss AMELIA FREEMAN.

Also, on the same evening by the same, at the residence of the bride's father at Champion, Mr. H. M. ____ to Miss L. E. MANCHESTER

In Alexandria on the 16th inst., by Rev. F. Freeman, Mr. WM. ANDRUS to Miss AGENES CAMPBELL, all of Alexandria. Note: missing information above and below, in fold of newspaper when it was digitalized.

In this village on the 3d inst. MRS. HARRIET HUNGERFORD age 57 years.

Died at his residence in Clarksville (Middlefield), the 3d instant, SUMNER ELY, M.D., brother ___riel ELY of this village, in the 70th year of his age, leaving a wife and five sons who are settled in various localities of the state but were present at the death of their father.

February 15th, infant son, of J. F. and C. J. TOWNER age 2 months and 22 days.

In Lyme on the 19th inst., after a long and painful illness, Mr. VESPASIAN POMEROY, age 22 years.

March 5, 1857, p. 4:

In LeRay, Feb. 24th, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. F. H. Stanton, Mr. CLARK B. BUSHNELL, merchant of LaFargeville, to Miss MARY M. SNELL, only daughter of BENJAMIN SNELL, Esq.

February 3d, by Rev. M. Lyon of Bellville, Mr. W. PENNY and Miss HANNAH RAMSEY, both of Henderson.

At Theresa, February 24th, by Rev. C. M. Treadwell, at his residence, Mr. G. W. RAYMOND of Plessis, and Miss LIZZIE C. WALDRON of Watertown.

Also at Theresa, February 26, by the same at the residence of the bride's father, ISAAC T. CLOSE and Miss LAURA A. HUNTLEY, all of Theresa.

February 25th at the Davis' House in Evans Mills, by William P. Decker, Mr. LYMAN P. GETMAN to Miss MARY C. PUTNAM both of Alexandria.

On the 25th inst. By Rev. T. D. Sleeper, Mr. ELI WHITTIER, to Miss PERMELIA ARNOLD, all of Hounsfield.

In Hounsfield, February 26, by Rev. P. Snyder, Mr. DEMPSTER GOULD of Whitewater, Wisconsin and Miss PERMELIA A. PAYNE of Hounsfield.

In Clayton, February 24th by Rev. H. O. Tilden, Mr. DAVID WHITTIER to Miss CHARLOTTE HALLADAY, all of Clayton.

At Mr. Davis' 22 Academy St., February 19, by Rev. P. Snyder, Mr. HOMER L. KNOWLTON to Miss MIRIA E. CONWAY.

In Smithville, February 25th by Rev. P. Morse, Mr. JAMES H. BULLARD and Miss C. E. VAN VALKENBURGH, both of Henderson.

In Antwerp, February 20th, Mr. JONATHAN BAILEY, age 26 years, 2 months and 27 days. New Hampshire papers please copy.

In Champion on the 10th inst., MRS. MARIA CLARK, consort of Mr. J. H. CLARK in the fortieth year of her age. Her funeral was numerously attended on the 12th and the consolations of Gospel administered by Rev. P. Morse.

March 12, 1857, p. 3:

At Carthage on the 7th inst., by Eli West, Esq., Mr. CHESTER ANDRUS to MRS. LOUISA DARLEY, both of Wilna.

In this village March 5th, by the Rev. I. Butterfield, Mr. MOSES DAVIS and Miss PHILENA WALLEY, all of Watertown.

March 6th by the same, Mr. JAMES STEWART, and Miss E. W. STEPHENS, all of Pamelia.

In Alexandria, Feb. 25th, by Rev. F. S. Freeman, Mr. WILLARD WOODWORTH, to Miss ANN ELIZA MERRELL, all of Alexandria.

At Evans Mills, March 4th, by Rev. A. A. Thayer, Mr. R. TOZER of Alexandria, to Miss MARY E. POTTER of the former place.

In Clinton, on the morning of Wednesday, February 25th, of consumption, FRANCIS J., second daughter of WM. W. and SARAH ALEXANDER, age 22 years, 2 months and 8 days.

In Dexter, February 27th of inflammation of the lungs, JOSEPH COLNON, JR., son of JOSEPH and ELIZA COLNON, age 18 years.

March 19, 1857, p. 1:

On the 18th inst., at the residence of R. E. Hungerford, Esq., by the Rev. I. Brayton, DOCT. W. V. V. ROSA, with MRS. E. E. STANLEY.

At Sackets Harbor, March 2d by Rev. T. D. Sleeper, Mr. CHANCY W. FULTS of Orleans, to Miss SILVA M. HOLDRIDGE of Hounsfield.

In North Adams, March 12, by Rev. E. G. Bloun, Mr. E. W. LEE to Miss ANN E. BARTLETT, all of Adams.

In Henderson, by the Rev. M. M. Rice, Mr. MERL DANLEY of Platteville, Wis., to Miss. F. A. PENNY of Henderson.

March 12th by Rev. D. Dye, Mr. ALFRED G. RICHARDSON and Miss POLLY A. SHEPHARD, both of Cape Vincent.

In Brownville, March 12th, by Rev. J. A. Canfield, Mr. ADAM R. BELL of Hillsboro, Ill, to Miss L. O. FOY of Brownville.

In Henderson, February 26th, Mr. JOHN DAMON, age 22 years.

On the 12th inst., MRS. HENRY D. HILL of Pamelia of quick consumption.

In Rutland, February 23rd of congestion of the lung, MARY TODD, age 18 years and 11 months. Her illness was of a brief 24 hours duration.

March 26, 1857, p. 4:

On the 18th inst, by the Rev. H. M. Church, Mr. CLARKE WESTON with Miss ABIGAIL HOUGHTON, both of Antwerp.

In worth, March 10th by Joseph H. Rising, Esq., Mr. LAWRENCE T. WEAVER to Miss BETSEY WARREN, all of Worth.

At Cape Vincent, on the 16th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. LYSANDER COOK to Miss ANN. J. TORREY, both of Cape Vincent.

March 17th at the Kirby House, in this village, by the same, Mr. CHARLES E. COLE of LeRay to Miss M. L. ZIMMERMAN, of Pamelia.
In Theresa, on the 19th inst., by Rev. M. W. Empie, Mr. WM. H. WRIGHT and Miss HELEN M. DEAN, all of Theresa.

On the 17th inst., by Rev. F. Freeman, Mr. BENJ. TAYLOR to Miss JANE CONANT, both of Alexandria.

By the same on the 18th inst, MR. DANIEL EBBLY to Miss ELIZA HOLMES, both of Alexandria

On the 8th inst., at Orleans 4 Corners, Mr. JOHN GRAHAM, age 65 years.

In Alexandria on the 12th inst., MRS. ELIZA, wife of SOLOMON SPICER, age 42 years.

On the 17th inst. In Champion, at the residence of her son, MRS. CLARISSA TAYLOR, age 76 years.

In this village on the 17th of Ebruary last, MARIA, infant daughter of JAMES H. and NANCY M. COLWELL, age 3 months.

In Smithville, February 21st, CLARISSA E., youngest daughter of NELSON and ABIGAIL SPICER, age 13 years.

In Clayton on the 8th inst., at the residence of his son, Mr. ABNER SMITH, of Brownville, in the 74th year of age. He was a citizen of the town of Brownville for over fifty years. He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn the separation. He was a farmer by profession. His funeral was attended in the Union Church at Perch River on the 10th inst., where a large congregation assembled to pay their respect.

In Antwerp on the 12th inst. MRS. HARRIET FOSTER, age 56 years, consort of WOODEN FOSTER, Esq., Her funeral was attended on the 14th inst., and the consolations of the gospel b Rev. P. Snyder.

At his residence in the town of Rutland on the 7th inst., Mr. DEXTER BURNHAM, after an illness of four days. The deceased was the eldest son of Mr. STEPHEN BURNHAM of Rutland. A widow and two sons are left behind to mourn the loss of a kind husband and affectionate gather. At the funeral services held on the Sabbath in the Congregational Church, the house was densely filled by a large audience assembled in testimony of their respect for the deceased.

April 2, 1857, p. 3:

In Lorraine, on the 26th inst., at the residence of Charles Clarke, Esq., by Rev. S. H. Tait, Mr. J. R. WAITT of Pierrepont Manor, with Miss HARRIET L. BUSHNELL of Lorraine.

At Brownville, on the 22nd inst, by Rev. J. B. Taft of Brownville, Mr. R. L. MAXON to Miss HELEN A. WARREN, both of Hounsfield.

On the 30th inst., by Rev. F. H. Stanton, Mr. JOSEPH T. WALKER, Esq., of Roxbury, Mass, and Miss DOROUS BAILEY of Dexter.

On the 30th ult, by Rev F. H. Stanton, the REV. E. E. KELLOGG of the Black River Conference, with Miss MARGARETTA E. WIECHARD of LeRaysville.

In this village, March 27th HENRY SMITH, only child of FRED'K T. and HARRIETTE L. STORY, age one year and ten months.

In this village on the 27th ult, COL. SIDNEY STERNBURGH, of consumption, age 38 years.

On the 30th ult., in this town, HENRY STERNBURGH, of consumption, age 40 years, both brothers.

MRS. HANNAH, wife of AARON CLAFLIN, died at her residence in Lorraine, March 6th, age 50 years. She was taken with a fit of apoplexy, became immediately senseless, and lingered for eleven days only.

April 9, 1857, p. 1:

In this village, on the 16th inst., at the Crowner House, by Rev. E. King, Mr. NEWTON B. OAKES, of South Rutland to Miss MANILA M. ARMSTRONG of Copenhagen.

In worth, March 10th by Joseph H. Rising, Esq., Mr. LAWRENCE T. WEAVER to Miss BETSEY WEAVER, all of Worth.

April 16, 1857, p. 2:

April the 9th, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. R. Horwood, Mr. WM. H. FLINT, of Evans Mills, with Miss SALLY S. KELSEY of Antwerp.

In Watertown, April 9th by the Rev. J. W. Armstrong, Mr. HORACE P. HOYT to Miss MARY A. NORTON, both of Hounsfield.

In Pamelia, April 4th, GEORGE W., youngest son of THOMAS and CATHARINE RELYEA, age 15 years.

April 23, 1857, p. 2:

In Watertown, April 15th, by Rev. M. M. Rice, Mr. T. J. TOWNSEND of Henderson, to Miss A. M. HUTCHINS of Watertown.

In Ellisburgh, April 16th by Rev. B. E. Whipple, Mr. ROSWELL BROWN of Ellisburgh, to Miss CLARINDA ALLARD of Boylston, Oswego Co., NY.

At Ox Bow, on Tuesday, the 14th inst., by Rev. Mr. Harper, ELLIAS F. COOPER, merchant of the firm of H. Cooper & Co., of Watertown, with HARRIET C., daughter of D. R. MINOR, Esq.

In California, at the residence of Wm. K. Hudson, on the 18th Feb'y inst., by Rev. E. B. Walsworth, Mr. J. R. MASON and Miss LIBBIE LOWE, daughter of RICHARD LOWE, of Long Bar, formerly of Watertown.

Died: In Watertown, April 16th, MRS. HARRIET, wife of Mr. JOHN HUSON, in the forty-fifth year of her age.

In the town of Lowville, on the 18th inst., ALFRED BROOKS, Esq., age 58 years of a dropsical affliction.

In the City of Oswego, on the 11th inst., of scarlet fever, FRED T. youngest son of GEORGE and CYNTHIA BAKER, age 4 years and 6 months.

At Rutland, VT, on the 4th of April, MRS. HARRIET D. SMITH, wife of JAMES B. SMITH, and daughter of WM. FISK, formerly of Brownville, NY.

In Smithville, on the 3d inst., MRS. RESINA B. COLE, consort of Mr. E. H. COLE, age 26 years.

On the 18th inst., of congestion of the lungs, CYRENIUS MASSEY, son of CYRENIUS II, and ELIZA L. WRIGHT, of this village age 3 years. This is the second of theirs called to inherit perfection.
In this village on the 14th inst., at the residence of his son, REV. JOHN F. BISHOP, REV. LUTHER BISHOP, age 74 years. The deceased was born in New Hampshire and enter the christian ministry when 15 years of age. His ministerial travels and labors have been extensive in Canada and this state. He was one of the few pioneer ministers of this Black Rover Country, having settled in this county some 50 years since, where he has since resided and officiated.

April 30, 1857, p. 2:

In New York City, on the 21st April inst., by Most Rev. Archbishop Hughes, Mr. EUGENE KELLY of NY City with Miss MARGARET C. HUGHES, of LaFargeville, Jeff. Co., NY.

In Pamelia, on the 23d inst. By Rev. P. Morse, Mr. GEORGE M. DRESSER of Watertown, and Miss MARTHA J. CHELLIS of Pamelia.

In Theresa, on the 22nd inst., of consumption, MRS. LUCY TOWNSEND, age 48 years.

At Dexter, on the 5th inst. JULIA E., daughter of JOHN and ANN HOWK, age 14 years.

At his residence in Lorraine, JOHN FASSETT, age 60 years. At the last November election, he was chosen one of the Justices of Sessions by the electors of the county, which office he held at the time of his death.

At Black River, on the 23d inst., of consumption, ORIN D., eldest son of WILLIAM P. and AMANDA TREDWAY, age 17 years.

May 7, 1857, p. 4:

In Ogdensburgh, on the 24th April, of consumption, ELLEN L., only daughter of HARRISON C. and CORNELIA L. PERSONS, age 16 years.

On the 22d April, EVA, daughter of D. H. and LODEMA SCOTT of Black River, age 2 years.

In South Champion on the 2d inst., of consumption, ELON R., youngest son of DAVID SMITH, age 20 years.

In Watertown, April 12th of disease of the heart, ANNA JOSEPHINE, eldest daughter of HARMON and MARIA F. BURNAM, age 10 years.

At his residence in Pamelia, April 21st, Mr. ANDREW McFEE, age 80 years, of disease and old age. He left a widow, three children and their families to mourn his loss. At her residence in LeRay, April 30th, MRS. POLLY SLACK, of consumption, age 46 years. She left a husband six children to mourn their irreparable loss.

May 14, 1857, p. 2:

April 23d by the Rev. T. D. Sleeper, Mr. HERMAN BARNEY to Miss SUSAN NORTH, both of Sackets Harbor.

May 8d, by Rev. E. B. Whipple, Mr. ANDREW J. ALLEN of Florence, Oneida Co., NY, to MRS. CECELIA O'NEAL of Lorraine.

At Hubbard's Hotel, Brownville, on the 7th inst., by Rev. J. Burritt Taft, Mr. H. E. HALLADAY to Miss ELIZABETH WEAVER, both of Depauville.

In Clayton, on the 7th inst., by Rev. H. O. Tilden, Mr. JOEL G. STACY of Brownville, to MRS. MATILDA R. MORTON of Clayton.

At Evans Mills on the 9th inst. At Beebee's Hotel, by C. P. Ranger, Esq., Mr. WILLIAM BURTIS to Miss HARRIET ALLEN, both of Antwerp.

On the 26th inst., at her residence in this city, by Rev. I. Carson, Mr. JOHN R. MENKESSLER? Of Vicksburgh, Miss., and Miss ELIZA A. HENSEY? Of Watertown, NY.

On the 19th of February 1857, at her residence in this city, by Rev. A. Chattertown, Mr. WM. C. BUCANAN? of Sioux City, Iowa, and Miss LAURA HERSEY of Watertown, NY.

In Copenhagen, on the 31st inst, THOMAS BUTLIN, age 36 years.

In Felts Mills, on the 19th inst., of consumption, ADELIA M., only daughter of O. WHEELOCK, Esq.

In this village on the 6th inst., MRS. MARION HELEN, wife of L. A. GOODNOW, age 36 years and 2 months.

In West Martinsburgh, April 18th, of consumption, MARY ELMA, only daughter of HENRY and MRS. MARTHA M. ALEXANDER, age 4 years.

May 21, 1857, p. 1:

May 14th, by Rev. P. Snyder, Mr. JAMES P. LEE, Esq., of Watertown, to FRANCIS, eldest daughter of GEORGE GOULDING, Esq., of Pamelia.

On the 18th inst., at Gouverneur, by Rev. Mr. Babcock, Mr. MARTIN B. RODMAN of Theresa, and Miss ANN E. MORSE of Gouverneur.

On the 14th inst., by Rev. L. D. White, Mr. CYRUS S. PATTERSON, to Miss ELIZA J. CRONK, all of this village.

By the same, May 3d, J. J. KUBLEY to Miss LISETTE SCRCESELINE?, all of Watertown.

May 5th, by the same, CHARLES GARDNER to MRS. MARIA WATERS, all of this place.

At Evans Mills, on the 1st of February last, FLORENCE, only child of EDGAR and MARTHA BARRETT, age 8 years.

In Felts Mills, on the 10th inst., of consumption, Miss ADELIA M. WHEELOCK age 26 years, leaving parents, brothers and a large circle of friends and young associates.

May 28, 1857, p. 1:

May 19th by the Rev. F. H. Stanton, Rev. H. M. CHURCH, of the B. R. Conference, to Miss J. C. ACKERMAN.

By the same at the same time in Brownville, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. J. B. ACKERMAN and Miss A. M. CARPENTER.

By the same in the M. E. Church, Brownville, in the evening of the same day, REV. C. PHELPS, of the B. R. Conference, with Miss M. A. BIBBINS

In Watertown, on the 19th inst., by Rev. Mr. White, Mr. MERITE FISH with Miss ZERNAH GOTHAM, both of Watertown.

May 28 at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. H. M. Church, Mr. JAMES H. BACON of Rossie, to Miss ALTHEA M. GIBBS of Theresa.

In Henderson, May 12 at the residence of JAMES WHITE, Esq., by Rev. M. M. Rice, Mr. E. WOODARD of Champion, to Miss L. A. DARROW, of Watertown.

In Henderson, May 9th, Mr. D. EGGLESTON, age 26 years.

On Sunday, the 24th inst. JANE ATWOOD, age 12 months, only daughter of T. H. CAMP of this village.

In Bedford, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio, May 15, STANTON BROWN, age 80 years, formerly a resident of Watertown, NY.

On the 26th of April at Oynayka, Ill., of consumption, OLIVER A POST, late of Buffalo, NY in the 46th year of his age.

At LeRaysville, Feb'y 8th, EPHRAIM C., age 27 years, eldest and youngest sons of JAMES POST, LeRaysville, NY.

In this village on the 21st inst., at the residence of Dr. John White, MRS. LUCY B. HOWE, age 83 years, formerly of Templeton, Mass.

June 4, 1857, p. 1:

May 24th, by Rev. D. Dye, Mr. GROVE PENNEY to Miss SARAH ANN SNELL, both of Lyme.

On the 29th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. STILLMAN ANDRUS of Rutland, to Miss ARAMENTA J. RUDD of Watertown.

In this place on the 31st inst, by Rev. L. D. White, Mr. H. K. TIFFT of Adams, and Miss AMANDA LEGRASS of Rodman.

At Depauville, by Rev. J. W. McDonald, Mr. H. A. CHAMBERLAIN of Bay City, Michigan and Miss FRANCIS A. JOHNSON of Depauville.

On the 21st inst., JOHN, youngest son of E. BAVIS, of this village.

In Henderson, May 24th, EDETH MAY, daughter of Mr. SYLVESTER and MRS. HARRIET CHAMPLAIN, age 8 months.

CHARLES A., son of GEORGE and ARMENIA FREDENBURG, age 12 years, was accidentally killed by falling a birch stub near the shore of Black River, in the town of Champion on the 2nd day of May last.
At Black River on the 21st inst. MRS. ROSILLA P., wife of ISAAC HOWE, age 37 years, as the result of an accident.

May 14, 1857 issue, p. 1:

Sad Casualty.
A sad accident occurred at Lockport, in this county, on Saturday afternoon last. Mrs. Howe, wife of Isaac Howe, Esq., of that village, was at work around a fire out of doors, and by some means her clothes were ignited, and she was almost instantly enveloped in the flames. With great presence of mind, she threw herself upon a carpet that had been spread upon the grass in the yard, which had been wet by a shower, and rolled herself up in it, smothering the blaze and thereby, probably saving her life, though badly burned. Dr. Bailey, of this village, was called upon to attend the sufferer, through whom we learn these particulars.

In Watertown, on the 12th day of May ult, CELIA LUCRETIA, daughter of O. A. and JULIA A. GRAVES. The deceased died from the effects of a fall from a ladder in an outhouse where she had gone off on an errand. The accident occurred about 9 o'clock in the evening, where death put an end to her suffering.

At South Rutland, May 2nd, Mr. JAMES BROWN, age 86 years. Mr. Brown was one of the pioneers of this county and in his death, the community is deprived of one of its most aged and estimable citizens.

June 11, 1857, p. 1:

At Potsdam, June 7, by Rev. J. W. Armstrong of Watertown, Mr. CHARLES G. THWING with Miss HARRIET A. CORBIN, adopted daughter of the late Rev. I. H. Corbin, both of Theresa.

In this village, on the 4th inst., of scarlet fever, WALTER W. , twin son of GEORGE and HARRIET ADAMS, age 5 years.

In Hounsfield, at the residence of his father-in-law, Mr. Amos Moore, on the 29th inst. Mr. JOHN ALEXANDER, age 42 years, for 20 years a resident of this village.

At his residence in S. Champion, on the 2nd of May, Mr. JAMES BROWN (see previous date), in the 86th year of his age. He emigrated to Champion in 1803, when the part of the state known as the Black River country, was almost an unbroken forest. (a very long obituary followed)

June 18, 1857, p. 2:

In this village June 9th, 1857, by Fred'k Emerson, Esq., Mr. CHARLES EVANS and Miss ULRICA LEE, both of Alexandria.

In Clayton, May 21st of consumption, MR. MARGARET C., wife of EDMOND ROBINS.

In Orleans, on the 8th inst., if brain fever, Miss MARY, daughter of H. and LAURA KILBORN, age 21 years.

Tribute of Respect:
At a regular communication of Watertown Lodge, No. 49, Brother E. S. Lansing moved that a committee be appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the deep feeling of sorrow over the loss of our esteemed Brother, J. C. PATTRIDGE.

At a regular meeting of Brownville Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, held at their Lodge Room: Whereas, it has pleased the Supreme Architect of the Universe, to remove by death from our midst, our esteemed and venerable brother, JONATHAN PRIEST.

June 25, 1857, p. 1:

At Rutland, June 16th, by the Rev. H. Doane, Mr. HORACE WILCOX and Miss MARY EDDY, of Rutland Hollow.

At Plessis, on the 22d June, by JASON CLARK, Esq., Mr. NOAH PECK of Theresa, to Miss BEATRICE LAWRENCE of Redwood.

On the 21st inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Eli Ballon, of Montpelier, VT. Mr. ADDISON W. WHEELOCK, merchant, with Miss ANN HOWARD, both of Felts Mills.

On the 9th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. Edward H. Jewett, Rector of Christ's Church, JAMES CRUIKSHANK of Albany, Editor of the NY Teacher, to CHLOE ROSELTHA, daughter of HOMER J. HOUGH, Esq., of Forest Post, Oneida Co., NY.

At Watertown, on the 4th of June, Miss MARY M. PARKER, age 27 years, daughter of J. W. PARKER.

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