NEW YORK REFORMER

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

Published Thursdays


1859
Jan-Mar, Apr-Jun, Jul-Dec.


New York Reformer Newspaper,
published Watertown, NY, Jan- March, 1859:

January 5, 1859, p. 1:

Married:
On the 29th ult, by Rev. B. S. Wright, Mr. THOMAS H. MURPHY to Miss ELLEN E. RALPH, all of Watertown.

At Gouverneur, Dec. 31st, 1859, by Rev. E. C. Bruce, Mr. ROBERT RENDER, of Antwerp, to Miss ANNIE C. JENNE, of Fowler.

In Brownville, December 15th, by the Rev. G. M. Pierce, Mr. CHARLES W. BYAM of Chaumont, and Miss ALMIRA MARSHALL, of the same place.

In Brownville, by the same, Jan. 1st, Mr. WILLIAM PORTT and Miss LYDIA HERMAN, both of Watertown.

At the Hermitage, on the 31st ult by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. THOMAS T. DORY, to Miss LUCY ELDER, both of this village.

At the house of the bride's father, on the 28th ult, Mr. GEO. H. COUNTRYMAN, to Miss OLIVE EDDY, both of Pamelia.

At the Hermitage, on the 29th ult, by the same, Mr. RICHARD SMITH to Miss MARY BEECHER.

Also, by the same, and at the same time and place, Mr. EDWARD McKENNA to Miss LUCRETIA CARPENTER, all of Rutland.

At the house of the bride's father, on the 29th ult, by the same, Mr. AUGUSTUS M. JACOBS to Miss VICTORIA GRAGG, both of Rutland.

At the bride's father's, on the 25th of December, by the Rev. H. M. Church, Mr. DANIEL E. BROWN of Rutland, to Miss MARTHA R. SEYMOUR, of Martinsburgh.

At Theresa, Dec. 27th, at the residence of George Sehr, by Rev. C. W. Treadwell, Mr. JOHN HASS to Miss CATHARINE KEAYLE.

Also, by the same, Mr. CHRISTIAN HELLER to Miss MARY KNELL, all of Theresa.

In Ellisburgh, October 31st, by Rev. G. W. Elwood, Mr. BARNUM MILES to MRS. PAMELIA ZABOUR.

In Pierrepont Manor, Dec. 26th by the same, Mr. ROYAL CHAPIN of Watertown, to Miss LILLIE BUDLONG, of Pierrepont Manor.

At the Adelphi Hotel, Jan. 1st, 1859, by Rev. Ward W. Hunt, Mr. JAMES SAVAGE to Miss ELIZA A. COLMON, both of Dexter.

At Clayton, Nov. 17, 1859, by the Rev. O. P. Pitcher, Mr. WARREN R. SMITH, of Orleans, to Miss ELECTA S. DOUGLAS, of Clayton.

In Gouverneur, Dec. 28th, by Rev. B. B. Beckwith, Mr. FREDERICK O. SYMONDS to Miss OPHELIA HUBBARD.

Also, by the same, Mr. SIDNEY HANSON to Miss LUCY A. SYMONDS, all of North Wilna.

In this village, at the Empire House, on the 2d inst., by Rev. F. H. Stanton, Mr. WARREN CASLER of Orleans, and Miss ELIZABETH GOULD of Pamelia.

At Hubbard's Hotel, in Clayton, Dec. 30th, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. OREN CORNWELL, of Lorraine, and Miss THEODY GOODALE, of Cape Vincent.

Died
On the 29th inst., of consumption, LOISA G., wife of T. T. TURNER, age 33 years.

Transcriber's note: tombstone shows 37 years.

January 6, 1859, p. 1:

Married:
On the 25th Dec. 1858, by Rev. A. D. Williams, Mr. A. J. ECKER of Smyrna, Mich. Formerly of Jefferson Co., NY and Miss RHODA A. NORTON, of Otisco, Mich.

In Cape Vincent, by Rev. J. F. Dayan, at the residence of Geo. Fuller, Esq., on the eve of the 22nd inst. Mr. JABEZ BANISTER and MRS. ANNA GILL.

On Christmas Eve, at the residence of Mr. W. H. Griffeth, in Danielsville, GA, by Rev. Mr. Carilage, Mr. C. E. LATIMER of Greensboro, GA, formerly of Jeff. Co., NY, and Miss JENNIE BROWN, of Williamstown, VT.

In Mannsville, on the 21st inst., by Rev. M. Lyon, Mr. J. A. COMYNS and Miss MARY DEAN, both of Rodman, NY.

In Antwerp, Dec. 19th, by the Rev. H. Shepard, at the residence of the bride, Mr. SPENCER P. CROSS and Miss ELSIE HOUGHTON, both of Antwerp.

Also, Dec. 30th in Theresa, by the same, Mr. SIDNEY S. AVERY and Miss AMANDA A. DOWEN, all of Theresa.

In Turin, on the 23d inst., by Rev. Cyrus Phillips, Mr. CHARLES E. JONES of Watertown, and Miss L. NELLIE WAY of Martinsburgh.

Died:
Near Smithville, Dec. 14th, LOVINA, daughter of WM. And CALISTA EDDY, in the 15th year of her age.
In Sackets Harbor, NY, Dec. 12th, 1853, of consumption, Mr. HUGH KENEDY, age 41 years. He left a wife and two children.

In this town, on Friday evening, Dec. 31, Mr. ASAPH MATHEWS, SR., in the 84th year of his age, one of the earliest settlers of the town.

January 12, 1859, p. 3:

Married:
In Antwerp, Dec. 27th, by Rev. Robert T. Conant, Mr. JOHN K. GATES and Miss HARRIET A. WAIT, all of Antwerp.

In Antwerp, Jan. 3d, by the same, Mr. STEPHEN CONKLIN and Miss SARAH A. ROBINSON, all of Antwerp.

In Antwerp, Jan. 5th, by the same, Mr. JOHN H. WILBUR, of Hammond, St. Lawrence Co., and Miss SOPHIA S. COOK, of Antwerp.

In Antwerp, same day, by the same, CHARLES W. BALLOU of Boonville, Oneida Co., and Miss CAROLINE M. PAYNE, of Antwerp.

In Smithville, NY, at the residence of Edward Williams, by Rev. H. O. Tilden, ROSWELL W. KEENE, Esq., of Carthage, and Miss EUNICE WILLIAMS, of Henderson.

At the house of the bride's father, in this village, on the 3d inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. WALTER D. FOX of Pamelia, and Miss MARY L. SOULE.

At Hillside, by the Rev. W. Ward, E. E. TARBELL of LaFargeville, and CYNTHA A., daughter of MYRON FOX, Esq.

In Hounsfield, on the 1st inst., by Rev. J. McKee, Mr. SCHUYLER H. LEWIS, of Lorraine, and Miss AMELIA D. WARREN, of Hounsfield.

By Rev. A. Cleghorn, on the 2d inst., at the residence of C. F. Armsbury, Esq., in Belleville, ELIAS T. BOOMER and DEBORAH ANN WORDEN, both of Ellisburgh.

In Antwerp, Jan. 2, 1859, by the Rev. J. B. Drummond, Mr. NELSON CROSS and Miss MARY JANE CROSS, both of Antwerp.

At Chaumont, Jan. 1st by Rev. A. Castle, of Three Mile Bay, Mr. HENRY T. HORTON and Miss RACHEL DOTY, both of Chaumont.

On the 4th inst., by the same, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. CHRISTOPHER IRVINE, JR., and Miss CHATTIE A. HOLLENBECK, both of Millen's Bay.

On the evening of the 1st inst., at the Parsonage, Orleans 4 Corners, by Rev. M. W. Empie, Mr. JEREMIAH SNELL and Miss CATHARINE FORT, all of Orleans.

In Brownville, on the 3d inst. By Rev. M. W. Empie, Mr. GEO. A. BRADNER and MRS. LANY A. CALKINS, both of Richland, Oswego Co.,

Also, by the same, on the 8th inst., at the Parsonage, Orleans 4 Corners, Mr. RUFUS C. SMITH, of Orleans, and Miss ADALINE SPALSBURY, of Alexandria.

In Ellisburgh, on the 20th ult, by Rev. L. Rice, Mr. A. MATTHEW PURYN and Miss AMANDA M. FILLMORE, both of Ellisburgh. (probable Pruyn)

In Henderson on the 1st inst., by the same, Mr. GEO. O. SLAUGHTER and Miss FRANCISKA K. PARKER, both of Henderson.

Also, by the same, on the 4th inst., Mr. ALONZO NUTTING and Miss JULIA C. JONES.

Sabbath morning, the 8th inst., in the M.E. Church in Madrid, St. Lawrence Co., by Rev. E. E. Kellogg, Mr. BUEL F. WARD and Miss ROXIE WEICHARD, both of LeRay, Jefferson Co.

Died:
In Orleans, on the evening of the 31st, ult, Mr. MOSES MILLER, age 46.

Mr. WILLIAM STOKES departed this life at the residence of JAMES MARTIN, Esq., in the town of LeRay, Jeff. Co., NY, Dec. 29th, 1858, age about 31 years.

In Martinsburgh, Jan. 3d, of disease of the heart, MRS. HELEN S. BAILY, wife of __S. BAILEY, former editor of the Lewis County Republican, in the 49th? Year of her age.

January 13, 1859, p. 1:

Married:
In Mannsville, by Rev. H. L. Gross, on Saturday evening, Jan. 1, 1859, Mr. MARTIN GROFF and Miss ALVIRA TUCKER, both of Lorraine.

At Stone Mills, Dec. 28, 1858, by Rev. M. W. Empie, Mr. JACOB LEHR and Miss HELEN C. PETRIE, both of Orleans.

Also, by the same, in LeRay, on the 29th Dec. 1858, Mr. WM. S. PAYNE, and Miss PHIDELIA E. SHIMMERL, both of LeRay.

In LaFargeville, Dec. 26th, by Rev. H. Ward, Mr. CHAS. B. BOWERS and Miss SOPHIA WILDER, both of Dexter.

At Felts Mills, Dec. 29th by the same, Mr. ERASTUS W. CROSS of Antwerp, and Miss LORETT C. HALL, of Philadelphia.

At Philadelphia, Jan. 2d, by the same, Mr. WILLET SCOFIELD of Philadelphia, and Miss CLARA H. CUPERNALL, of Hamilton, NY.

In this village, Dec. 21st, by Rev. W. S. Titus, Mr. EDWIN T. WARD, and AGNES McGREGOR, both of Watertown.

Also, by the same, October 18th, Mr. WM. BATES of Three Mile Bay and Miss ELIZA E. RICHARDSON, of Watertown.

In Three Mile Bay, January 1st, 1859, by Rev. D. Dye, Mr. COMMEY KARSHAN, and Miss MARTHA FAY, both of Lyme, Jefferson Co., NY.

In the same place, by the same, January 1st, 1859, Mr. NORMAN HART, of LeRay and Miss CLEANTHA R. RICKET, of Lyme, Jeff. Co., NY.

At the residence of the bride's father, Dec. 13th by Rev. J. DeLarme, Mr. VARNUM JAMES, JR., and Miss NANCY MULLIN, both of Brownville, Jeff. Co., NY.

At the residence of the bride's father, Dec. 18th, Mr. W. H. ROBBINS of Dubuque, Iowa, and Miss ELIZA M. ROGERS, of Pillar Point, NY.

At the M. E. Church, on Pillar Point, Dec. 29, Mr. J. D. BURLINGAME and Miss LUCRETIA A. HUNTER, both of Pillar Point, Jeff. Co., NY.

In Clayton, Dec. 30th, by the Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. JESSE FAULKNER, of Pamelia, and Miss LUCINDA DEAN of Clayton.

In LaFargeville, Dec. 30th, by the Rev. L. T. Ford, Mr. EGBERT MATTERSON and Miss ARMINDA SMITH, both of Brownville.

Also, by the same, at the same place, Jan. 1st, Mr. DANIEL COKLEY and Miss CELESTIA WILDER, both of LaFargeville.

In this village, Dec. 28th, by Rev. T. Babcock, WILLIAM INGRAHAM and Miss ESTHER HINES, both of LeRaysville.

In this village, Dec. 30th, by the same, WILLIAM L. WILSON and Miss ANN E. O'DAY, both of Watertown.

On Jan. 1st at Evans Mills, by Rev. William P. Decker, Mr. ALONZO SHED and Miss ELLEN ELLIS, both of LaFargeville.

On the 30th ult., at the residence of Hiram Pratt, by Elder G. S. Warren, Mr. GEORGE S. W. PRATT, of Stone Mills and Miss MARY HARRISON, of Pillar Point.

At. St. Lawrence, Jeff. Co., NY, Jan. 4th, by the Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. PAGE ACKERT and Miss MARTHA E. PIERCE, both of Cape Vincent.

On Wednesday, Dec. 15th, by the Rev. Mr. Pearsons, of Denmark, Mr. JOHN GRIEAL, Esq., of Edwards, St. Lawr. Co., NY, and Miss M. J. OTIS of the former place.

Jan. 5th, 1859, in Three Mile Bay, by Rev. D. Dye, Mr. EDWARD KENNEY and Miss MARY L. ABBEY, both of Clayton, Jeff. Co., NY.

On the evening of Dec. 29th, at the residence of Mr. G. Vandewalker, of Pamelia, by the Rev. G. M. Peirce, Mr. J. N. HELMER of LeRay and Miss MARY E. VANDERWALKER, of Pamelia.

At Smithville, Jan 1, 1859, by Rev. A. Ingalls, Mr. CORNELIUS H. WELLER of Harrisburgh, Lewis Co., and Miss MARY M. FOX of Smithville.

By Rev. Henry Budge, on Sunday, Dec. 12, 1858, at the residence of the bride's father, in Henderson, SAMUEL T. TIFFT, of Lorraine, and Miss PHILINDA HUBBARD.

On the 5th inst., by Rev. M. W. Empie, at Orleans 4 Corners, Mr. CLARK SARGENT and Miss ELIZABETH CASLER, both of Orleans.

At the residence of the bride, in Marathon, Court, Co., on Thursday evening, the 6th inst., Miss MARTHA BAUM, formerly of LeRay, Jeff. Co., and Mr. WM. McVEAN, of Cincinnatus, Court Co., NY. (Probable Cortland Co.)

Died:
At Redwood, Wednesday morning, January 5th, Miss CORDELIA BUTTERFIELD, age 16 years. (a very long obituary extolling her virtues)

At her residence, in Hounsfield, on the 20th Dec., ult, MRS. PHILO ELLENWOOD, age 34 years and 2 months, of a cancer.

On the 18th ultimo, in Newark, Alagan Co., Michigan, SARAH, the wife of Dr. ORVILLE R. FLOWER, age 25.

On the 3d inst., at Perch River, MRS. ALMIRA, consort of Dea. WM. VANDEBOGART, age 64. She was a member of the Ev. Lutheran Church.

January 19, 1859, p. 2:

Married:
At Clayton Center, Jan. 11th, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. BRONSON A. SHED and Miss MARION GLOYD, both of Clayton Center.

In Antwerp, Jan. 2, 1859, by the Rev. J. B. Drummond, Mr. NELSON CROSS and Miss MARY JANE HUNT, both of Antwerp.

By the same, at the hotel kept by the bride's father, in Philadelphia, NY, on the 10th inst., Mr. SAMUEL S. SCOFIELD and Miss FANNY E. ROGERS, both of Philadelphia.

At the Hermitage, on the 12th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. M. R. DEWEY of Bureau Co., Ill., and Miss AUGUSTA POMEROY, of Lyme.

In Richville, on the 10th inst., by Rev. G. Cross, Mr. OTHNIEL WILLIAMS of Ellisburgh, Jeff. Co., and Miss EMILY A. BEACH, of the former place.

In Clayton, Dec. 20, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. O. P. Pitcher, Mr. ANSON CUPPERNULL and Miss PRISCILLA KENT, both of Clayton, Jeff. Co., NY.

In Alexandria on the 5th Jan. by Rev. Mr. Rockwell, Mr. W. B. WALTON and Miss SARAH CARTER, both of Alexandria Bay.

In Alexandria, by Jason Clark, Esq., on the 5th Jan., JOEL KNIGHT and ELLEN BOLTON.

Jan. 4th, by Elder Jacob A. Wood, Mr. BARTON BECKER and Miss HARRIET HUBBARD, all of Wilna, Jeff. Co.

At the residence of Dr. A. W. Goodale in South Rutland, on the 15th inst., by Rev. Charles Bailey, Mr. LOVETT A. JENNE of Mexico, Oswego Co., and Miss SARAH A., daughter of Hon. L. N. FOWLER of Washington, D.C.

Died:
Dec. 9th, 1858, MRS. ALMEDA D. WARNER, wife of CAPT. JOHN WARNER of Henderson's Harbor, and daughter of JOHN HUBBARD, Esq., and MRS. TEMPERANCE HUBBARD, of Henderson. Mrs. Warner had been in a precarious state of health about a year. During the summer, she was affected with a bad cough, which in the latter part of the season became extremely troublesome, and was accompanied with the other usual symptoms of pulmonary consumption. She kept about the house till some six or eight weeks before she died. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church at Belleville. She was a daughter, sister, wife, mother, neighbor, friend and church member.

In this village, on the 11th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, ELI FARWELL, ESQ., MRS. CYNTHIA BRAYTON, mother of A. P. BRAYTON, ESQ., age 87 years.

Of consumption, in Oswego, Jan. 7th, 1860, MARIETTE, youngest daughter of SAMUEL and POLLY ADAMS, age 27 years, formerly a resident of Rodman, Jeff. Co.

In Alexandria, Dec. 23d, WM. STORMS, age 88 years.

In Alexandria, JOHN H. HOWE, son of HENRY HOWE, Dec. 28th, age 7 years.

In Alexandria, MRS. NANCY McCUE, age 48 years.

In LeRay at his mother's residence, on the 5th inst., CHARLES B. CORY, age 29 years, of consumption.

January 20, 1859, p. 2:

Married:
On the evening of the 6th inst., at the residence of the bride in Marathon, Cortland Co., NY, by Rev. J. Peck, Mr. WM. McVEAN, of Cincinnatus, to Miss MARTHA BAUM, formerly of LeRay, Jeff. Co., NY.

At Brown's Hotel in Carthage, on the 4th inst., by Rev. G. M. Jenks, Mr. THEADORE D. WARREN, and Miss ACHSAH JOICE, both of Carthage.

By the Rev. C. B. Pond, at the house of G. J. Kellogg, in Turin, NY, Jan. 5th, 1859, Mr. CORNELIUS SIMMONS and Miss ELIZA ANN PARKER, both of Harrisburgh.

In Adams, Dec. 29th, 1858, by Rev. Jas. Summerbell, Mr. WASHINGTON GREEN and Miss MARY J. COON, all of Adams.

Also, by the same, in Adams, Dec. 31st, Mr. GEO. POST and Miss CAROLINE U. FULLER, both of Rodman.

At the Union Church in Tylerville, Jeff. Co., Jan. 16th by Rev. A. A. Thayer, the Rev. WM. P. PAYNE, pastor elect of the 2d Universalist Church, in Lynn, Mass. And Miss ADALINE M. BROWN, eldest daughter of ORVILLE BROWN, Esq., of Rutland, NY.

By The Rev. T. Brayton, on the 18th inst., Mr. JOHN W. BURT, of St. Louis, MO., and Miss ELIZA A. BOALT, eldest daughter of GEORGE A. BOULT, Esq., of this village.

In the town of Washington, Green Co., Wisconsin, Jan. 1st at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. R. R. Davis, Mr. MELO L. BARNEY and Miss AMEA BURTIS, both of Washington.

Died:
In Champion, Jan. 7th, WILLIE B., only son of MERINUS G. and MARIA A. COUGHLAN, age 19 months.

At his residence in Clayton, on the 9th inst., Mr. ROBERT E. DOUGLASS, of consumption, age 71 years.

On the 10th inst, at the residence of her son, SAMUEL SPENCER, in Pamelia, MRS. LYDIA SPENCER, formerly of Clayton, age 84 years, of dropsy.

At the residence of her daughter, in Watertown, on the 1st inst., MRS. SYBIL PRATT RAWSON in the 77th year of her age. She was a wife, a mother and kind friend.

January 27, 1859, p. 1:

Married:
On the evening of Jan. 18th, at the house of Mr. Lewis, in Burrville, by the Rev. S. M. Crofoot, Mr. JONATHAN W. LITTLEFIELD of Ellisburgh, and Miss CAROLINE L. LEWIS of Burrville, NY.

In Three Mile Bay, January 14th, by Rev. D. Dye, Mr. DELOSS D. REED and Miss MARY W. CLINE, both of Three Mile Bay.

At the residence of the bride's father, Jan. 20, 1859, by the Rev. J. Ager, JOHN GRAY and Miss NANCY E. DILLIN, all of Alexandria, Jeff. Co., NY.

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February 3, 1859, p. 1:

Married:
In LeRay, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. H. Ward, Mr. HANDLEY J. FOOT of LaFargeville, and Miss ANGELINE SARVAY, adopted daughter of JOHN PENNELL, Esq., of the former place.

In Theresa, at Chadwick's Hotel, by the Rev. H. Shepard, Mr. WM. AVERY of Newstead, Erie Co., NY and Miss MARY E. BARTLETT of Alexandria, Jeff. Co., NY.

Jan. 16th by Rev. P. Snyder, JOHN VIVIENS and Miss A. E. BOWE, all of this place.

By the same, on the 23d inst. BENJAMIN GODDARD and Miss BETSEY HILL, both of Depauville.

On Thursday evening, Jan 27th in Trinity Church, in this village, by the Rev. P. Babcock, Rector, D. HOBART HILLS of Chicago, and Miss HARRIET R., daughter of HIRAM MERRELL, Esq., of Watertown.

On the evening of Jan. 18th, at the residence of Mrs. Dodge, in Burrville, by the Rev. S. M. Crofoot, Mr. JOTHAM W. LITTLEFIELD of Ellisburgh and MRS. CAROLINE L. LEWIS, of Burrville, NY.

On Thursday, the 27th inst., by the Rev. Jacob A. Wood, Mr. JAMES GRAHAM of Wilna, Jeff. Co., and Miss ALICE SNYDER, of Diana, Lewis Co., NY.

In Wilna, January 27th, 1859, by Ephraim Decker, Esq., Mr. JAS. GRAHAM and Miss ALICE SNIDER, all of Fine, St. Lawrence Co., NY. Transcribers note: these two entries seem to be the same persons with different details.

At Stowel's Corners, on the 18th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr.WILLETTE SMITH and Miss ZILPHA A. BAKER, both of Hounsfield.

On the 20th ult, by the same, Mr. DeESTANG C. REED, and Miss HELEN A. BATES, both of Hounsfield.

Died:
DANIEL STANTON, of Copenhagen, died Jan. 26th, 1859 age 77 years, 9 months and 11 days. He had been a resident of Jefferson Co., in the town of Rutland, for many years.

On the 15th Jan. ult, Miss SARAH SOPHIA, daughter of GEO. P. and SARAH ANN MARSH, of Stone Mills, in the 8th year of her age.

Jan. 3d, MARY L. ANDREWS, eldest daughter of Mr. BENJAMIN ANDREWS, of Rutland, age 7 years and 6 months.

At his residence, in Pamelia, Jan. 28th, Mr. RICHARD PHILLIPS, age 76 years. He was one of the early settlers of that place.

At Adams, on the 23d inst., ROSALINDA, wife of DEA. SAMUEL BOND, in the 65th year of her age.

In Adams, on the 14th inst. Mr. HENRY LEWIS, of consumption, age 38 years.

February 10, 1859, p. 2:

Married:
In Clayton, Feb. 1st, by the Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. WILLIAM H. CARLOSS and Miss CAROLINE M. SHARE, both of Clayton.

In Hounsfield, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. Alexander Campbell, Mr. GARDNER YOUNG of Trenton, Oneida Co., and Miss EMMA JANE TRUMAN, of the former place.

In Theresa, at the residence of the bride, Feb. 1st, by the Rev. H. Shepard, Mr. CHAS. HUNT, of Boon Co., Iowa, and Miss CLARRISA POOL, of the former place.

In Cape Vincent, on the 3d inst., by Rev. P. Morse, Mr. C. BYRON CAREY of Lyme, and Miss LYDIA S. TARBELL of the former place.

On Wednesday morning, January 26th, at the residence of E. G. Howard in the city of Brooklyn, by the Rev. Mr. Halloway, Mr. JOSEPH HOWE, of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, formerly of Black River, NY and Miss CORNELIA VIRGINIA HILLS of Hartford, Connecticut.

At Clinton, Iowa, on the 7th ult, at the residence of George W. B. Dakin, Esq., by the Rev. Mr. Hebard, CAPT. WM. C. BROWN of this place, to MRS. DELIA A. LITTLE of Cherry Valley, Otsego Co., NY

Married:
At Canton, St. Lawrence Co., Jan. 29th, MINERVA, wife of HARVEY M. CHILDS, formerly of this village. Mrs. Childs was a firm believer in the philosophy of spiritual progression and died rejoicing in the faith, declaring that her spirit friends were in attendance to guide her to her spirit home.

At Watertown, Feb. 4th of scarlet fever, GEORGE SESSIONS BISHOP, son of Rev. SERENO E. and CORNELIA A. BISHOP of Lahaina, Sandwich Islands, age 2 years and 3 months.

JOHN R., the only son of S. W. and MARGARET E. HORTON, of Pinckney, on the 25th ult, age 2 years and 3 months.

At his residence, of erysipelas, on the 2d of September (last), at Pine Island, Minnesota, JOSEPH H. PIERCE in the 63d year of his age, formerly of Rutland. The deceased was a Patriot, called out to defend his country in the War of 1812.

In North Watertown, on Tuesday, Feb. 1st, SUSAN JANE, daughter of JAMES G. and MARY ANN TAYLOR, age 5 years and 5 months.

February 17, 1859, p. 1:

Married:
By the Rev. J. Winslow, on Christmas Day (1858), Mr. GEORGE BUTLER of Watertown, and Miss RHODA GREEN of Adams.

Also by the same, on the 13th inst., at Brown's Hotel, Carthage, GEORGE WALDO, Esq., of Champion, and Miss P. JANE SLY, of Dina, Lewis Co., NY.

February 10th, 1859, by Rev. D. Dye, Mr. DAVID SHAW of Cape Vincent and MRS. ZERVIAH S. HAYES of Lyme, Jefferson Co.

In Antwerp, at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. Shepard, Mr. FRANCIS BAILEY of Belleville, C.W. And Miss EVA E. CHURCH, daughter of Hon. E. C. CHURCH of the former place.

In Henderson, Feb. 10, by Rev. A. A. Thayer, Mr. ADELBERT KILBY and Miss KATE SAWYER, both of Henderson.

Died:
At the residence of Mr. David Graham, in Wilna, of a lingering consumption, Mr. GUSTAVUS P. MUZZY, on the 2d day of February 1859, age 42 years. The deceased has been long and favorably known s an old mechanic, and for some eighteen years past a member of the Baptist Church at Evans Mills. He left a widow and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss.

Feb. 26ht, in North Wilna, Jeff. Co., SHUBAEL TOMAS, age 82 years.

At the residence of Mrs. S. Howard, near Adams Centre, Feb. 11th, 1859, CHARLIE M., only child of the late CHARLES C. and LUCY A. HOWARD, age one year and eight months.

February 24, 1859, p. 1:

Married:
In Adams, on the 5th inst., by Eld. A. Campbell, Mr. ORANGE H. MAIN and Miss JANE A. ROBBINS, all of of the above place.

In LeRay, on the 17th inst., by Rev. B. Holmes, Mr. ELAM G. PECK, of Brownville, and Miss ESTHER L. WAFUL of LeRay.

At the house of the bride in Copenhagen, Lewis Co., NY by Rev. S. Slater, Feb. 9th, 1859, Mr. ABNER MUNGER, of Deer River, and MRS. BETSEY BOYNTON, of the former place.

On the 15th inst., at the Baptist Parsonage, South Rutland, by the Pastor, Charles Bailey, Mr. AMBROSE STODDARD and Miss CATHARINE M. PLANT, both of Great Bend. (probable LaPlant)

At Oxford, NY, Jan 31st, by the Rev. J. C. Ransom, SILAS W. NOTT of Chicago, and Miss HELEN L. INGERSOLL, of Oxford.

In the town of DeKalb, St. Lawrence Co., on the 17th inst., by Rev. E. Goodspeed, Mr. SACKETT COMSTOCK of Hermon, and MRS. ELECTA ACRES of DeKalb.

Transcriber's Note: In 1837, Sackett and his first wife, Jane Davis, sold property in Jefferson Co., at Pamelia. Sackett was born in 1793 and died in Hermon, St. Lawrence Co., NY. Jane Davis Comstock, the first wife, was born 1807 and died in 1857. Electa Crandall Acres, his second wife, died on 29 May 1873 and is buried in the same cemetery in Hermon. Her will, which names “her children” and “ his children”, is on file in the Probate Court of St. Lawrence Co.

Died:
Feb. 1, 1859, at the residence of her daughter, in Antwerp, widow ANNA TITUS, in the 65th year of her age. For 14 or 15 years of the latter part of her life, she was associated with the society of “Friends”.

At Pillar Point, November 25th, 1859, Miss AUGUSTA C. BURLINGAME, age 15 years and 9 months, of consumption.

At his residence in this village, on the morning of the 19th inst., HIRAM V. MILLS, Esq., age 37 years.

In this village, on the 15th inst., MRS. ANNA M., wife of JOHN C. STERLING, and daughter of the late EPHRAIM BEACH, Esq., of Catskill, NY.

March 3, 1859, p. 1:

Married:
In Pamelia, Jan. 27th, by the Rev. G. M. Pierce, Mr. AVERY EMERSON, of Lyme, and Miss SARAH JANE DANIELS, of Pamelia.

In Pamelia, February 23d, by the same, Mr. GEORGE COUNTRYMAN and Miss SARAH JANE THRASHER, both of Pamelia.

At Chadwick's Hotel, Theresa, Feb. 22, by Rev. C. W. Treadwell, Mr. PETER CAMPBELL of Alexandria, and Miss C. HILENA WATSON of Gananoque, Canada West.

On the 23d of Feb., by Rev. H. M. Church, Mr. JOHN BUSH PENNEL of LeRay, and Miss ALIDA TIMMERMAN of Orleans, at the residence of the bride's father.

In Adams, NY, Feb. 24th, by Eld. Campbell, Mr. JONATHAN BROWNELL and Miss LYDIA M. VANTASSEL, all of Adams.

On the 24th ult, by the Rev. W. M. Modesit, at the residence of the bride's father, HEMAN WAFUL, Esq., in LeRay, Mr. A. P. MOSHER and Miss DEMETRIE E. WAFUL.

Died:
At his residence, in the city of Chicago, on the 20th inst. JOHN CALHOUN, Esq., formerly of this village, of consumption, age 50 years and 10 months.

MRS. ELIZABETH RAYMOND died at her residence, near Factory Square, Feb. 23d, 1859, after a lingering illness of six months. She had been a worthy member of the M. E. Church for 29 years.

At North Watertown, on Thursday, Feb. 24th, RACHEL GALLIENNES, daughter of JAMES G. and MARY ANN TAYLOR, age one year and ten months.

Feburary 16, 1859, in Rossie, St. Lawrence Co.,. NY, JNO F. LYNDE, in the 60th year of his age. The deceased came to his death from the effects of a fall which he received a few days before.

At Newport, St. Clair Co., Michigan, January 25th, 1859, AMELIA, youngst daughter of WM. And MARGARET LYON, formerly of Pillar Point, Jeff. Co., NY, age about 9 years.

In Cape Vincent on the 15d after an illness of 4 days of inflammation of the lungs, Miss LYDIA MARIAH (unreadable), youngest daughter of DAVID C. (unreadable), age (unreadable)

March 10, 1859, p. 2:

Married:
In the village of Henderson, Feb. 16, by the Rev. L. Muzzy, Mr. JOSEPH B. MUZZY and Miss HENRIETTA COON.

In Denmark, March 1st, by the Rev. R. A. Wheelock Mr. G. AUSTIN, and Miss. R. B. HUNT, all of Denmark.

Feb. 22d, 1859, by the Rev. F. J. Whitney, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. SYLVESTER A. CARPENTER, of Brownville, NY and Miss CARRIE L. LARKINS, of Henderson, NY.

At the residence of Mr. Rufus Smith, in Orleans, Feb. 24th, by Eld. Geo S. Warren, Mr. DUANE SMITH and Miss ELIZABETH LEWIS, both of Orleans.

In Alexandria, March 2d, by the Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. ANDREW J. AUGSBURY of Clayton and Miss FRANCES H. GURNEE, of Alexandria.

In Pamelia, Feb. 9, 1859, by Rev. C. N. Chandler, Mr. ALFRED A. HOLMES, of Philadelphia, NY and Miss SARAH A. WAIT, of the former place.

Also, Feb. 23d, by the same, Mr. SYDNEY B. WALRATH and Miss ELLEN LEACH, both of Pamelia.

At Theresa, Jeff. Co., Feb. 22d, by the Rev. Milton B. Benton, Mr. CHARLES E. C. KELSEY and Miss SALLY E. COOK, both of Antwerp.

At Alton Bay, N. H., on the 1st day of March inst., by the Rev. Joel Baker, Mr. S. W. BROWN of Winona, Minnesota and Miss LOUIS T. JONES, of the former place.

In Ellisburgh, on the 2d inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. GILBERT A. GRAVES and Miss SARAH M. HOLLEY, both of Ellisburgh.

Died:
At Deer River, Lewis Co., NY, Feb. 25th, MRS. ANDMESIA SWINBURN, age 78, consort of PETER SWINBURN.

Feb. 26, 1859, infant son of MORRIS M. and CAROLINE GOODENOUGH, of congestion of the brain, age 5 months and 10 days.

In Ellisburgh, Nov. 17, 1858, Mrs. HANNAH A., wife of O. B. FILLMORE, in the 23d year of her age.

In Ellisburgh, Jan. 22, 1859, HERBERT C., son of the above, age about 8 years.

In Rutland, on the morning of Feb. 7th of scarlet fever, AMELIA A. HOWLAND, daughter of JAMES and CYLINDA HOWLAND, age 15 years.

On the 27th day of January last, at West Carthage, SARAH M., daughter of WILLIAM and MARY BOHALL, age ten years and six months.

Also, in the night of the same day, MRS. MARY BOHALL, age 53 years and 3 months, both of typhus fever.

HANNAH, wife of SAMUEL PHELPS, at her residence at Richville, St. Lawr. Co., Feb. 4th, 1859, at the age of 64. She was a mother and member of the Baptist Church for the last 44 years.

In the town of DeKalb, St. Lawr. Co., on the 6th inst. At the residence of his son, COLLINS ACRES, Mr. HAYS ACRES in the 82nd year of his age. He was formerly a resident of Champion, Jeff. Co.

March 17, 1859:

Married:
March 7, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. C. W. Treadwell, Mr. EUGENE HOWLAND, of Richland?, Wis., and Miss LOUISA TALLMAN, of Orleans.

In Adams Centre, NY, Feb. 26th, 1859, by Rev. James Summerbell, Mr. CHRISTOPHER MAXON and Miss ANGENETTA MILLARD.

Also at the same place and time, by the same, Mr. G. MILLARD and Miss ESTHER MAXON, all of Adams.

In Champion at the residence of James Mix., Esq., by Rev. G. M. Jenks, Mr. LEROY WOOD and Miss ANN ELIZA MIX, both of the former place.

At Crook's Hotel in Carthage, on the 10th, by Rev. G. M. Jenks, Mr. ROBERT CAMPBELL of Edwards, St. Lawr. Co., and Miss ESTHER M. HEWITT, of Denmark, Lewis Co., NY.

At the Hermitage, on the 14th inst., by Rev. J. H. Storrs, Mr. STEPHEN W. SISSON and Miss EMILY A PALMER, both of Pinckney.

Died:
On the 8th inst., at the residence of his son, JOHN F. LATIMER, Esq., Mr. THOMAS LATIMER, age 90 years.

In Gratan, Kent Co., Michigan, Feb. 26th, MARY, wife of ALVA FORD, age 65 years, ten months and twenty-two days. She was formerly a resident of Jefferson Co., NY.

At the residence of her son-in-law, DENNIS M. (unreadable), the 22d, MRS. PAMELIA SMITH, widow of REUBEN SMITH, age 74 years and 10 months, 12 days.

Source: The New York Reformer, Thursday, March 17, 1859, Page 4:

NOTICE: is hereby given to all persons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM SMITH, late of Watertown, deceased, to call and pay the same without delay to the undersigned, who is duly authorized to receive all dues, and discharge the same, at the store, and former place of business of the deceased, on Beebee's Island, in the village of Watertown. Dated 14 March 1859. by THOMAS BAKER, administrator.

NOTICE: I hereby forbid any person from harboring or trusting MRS. ALMIRA VAN BROCHLIN, my wife, on my account, as I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this date, she having left my bed and board without any just provocation. At Champion, March 10, 1859 by LYSANDER VAN BROCHLIN.

March 24, 1859, p. 4:

Married:
At Pamelia, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. G. M. Peirce, Mr. JAMES PETRIE, JR., of Theresa and Miss MARY DENSMORE of Brownville.

At Gunn's Corners, Dec. 6th, 1858, at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. M. W. Empie, ADAM NELLIS, Esq., to Miss HANNAH KILBORN, all of Clayton.

Died:
On the 5th inst., at the residence of John Adams, Esq., CARRIE C., the adopted daughter of JOHN and ELECTA ADAMS, age 21 years.

In Sparta, Michigan, Oct. 23d, 1858, Mr. CHARLES SEXTON, in the 82d year of his age. He was born in Lebanon, VT., June 25th 1777. At the age of 21 he settled in Lowville, NY, where in March 1800, he was married to Miss ABIGAIL BUTLER with whom he lived about 50 years, she having died at Stone Mills, October 20th, 1850, where they resided a number of years. Both were members of the Baptist Church. They leave behind them their whole family of eight children—four sons and four daughters—who, with a number of grandchildren are scattered over nine states and territories.

At home near Burrville, in this town, on the 7th instant, of consumption, FRANK, only son of GEORGE and MARILLA YENDES, age 12 years, 8 months and 10 days.

Of consumption, at his late residence, in the town of Champion, on Friday, 11th inst. ELIAS BABCOCK, age 64 years.

At Niles, Michigan on Saturday 12th inst., at the residence of his father, CHARLES S. SHEW, youngest son of AARON SHEW, formerly of Pamelia, in this county, age 24 years and 10 months, of erysipelas.

In Henderson, Jeff. Co., NY, March 19th, MRS. HARRIET ANN SEATON, wife of Mr. LEONARD SEATON, JR., age 31 years. She left small children, parents, brother, sisters and many friends to mourn their loss.

March 31, 1859, p. 4:

Married:
Dec. 27th (1858) at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. G. N. Harmon, Mr. WM. HALL and Miss ELIZABETH DICKSON, all of Antwerp.

In Lewisburgh, Lewis Co., NY, Jan. 17th 1859, by Wm. Nunn, Esq., Mr. GEORGE A. GILL of Antwerp, and Miss LUCINDA HARRINGTON, of the former place.

In Burrville, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. S. M. Crofoot, Mr. A. M. KENYON, of Watertown, and Miss MARIA A. YENDES, of the former place.

In Antwerp, at the residence of the bride's father, March 9th, by Rev. Robert T. Conant, Mr. ABNER G. GILLETTE of Lowville, Lewis Co., and Miss LUCINDA M. FILLMORE, of Antwerp.

Died:
At Depauville, on the morning of the 29th inst., Miss MERCELIA JOHNSON, youngest daughter of WATERMAN JOHNSON, Esq., of that village, after a protracted fever, terminating in congestion of the lungs.

March 2d, FLORENCE E., eldest daughter of ABEL and CORDELIA P. DUNWAY, of South Champion, age 5 years.

MRS. ALICE, wife of Mr. SPAFFORD FIELD, of Hounsfield, on Wednesday the 16th inst., in the 73d year of her age, of liver complaint. She was born in Hancock, N. H., and was a member of the Christian Church in Hounsfield. Her funeral sermon was preached on the Sabbath following, by Jason McKee.


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