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

Published Thursdays

Jan-Jun, Jul-Dec.

published Watertown, NY Jan-June 1860:

January 25, 1860, p. 2:

In Clayton, Jan. 17th, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, CAPT. W. W. REESE and Miss CORNELIA J. ANGEL, both of Clayton.

In Clayton, near Depauville, Jan. 3d, by Rev. J. J. Allen, Mr. DAVID NORTON and Miss SILVIA A. HALL.

At the Methodist Church, Brownville, on Sunday, Jan. 15th, by Rev. G. M. Pierce, Mr. WM. M. ELMER and Miss MARIETTE A. SCOTT, both of Brownville.

In Henderson, Jan. 12th, by Rev. Lawson, Muzzy, T.D. GURLEY of Toledo, Ohio and SOPHIA A. KEYS, of Henderson,

In Deerfield, Oneida Co., NY Dec. 28th, at the residence of her daughter, MRS. HANNAH KING, age 92 years. She was a native of Mass. At the age of 20 she married and removed to this State, where for 72 years she had been a resident. Her long and eventful life is fraught with many marks of interest; not only enduring the hardships and privations of an early pioneer, ministering to the necessities of a numerous family, but being an eye witness to the thrilling scenes of the American Revolution. Entering the country when only one tenement marked the site where now stands Utica City, her only place of worship the rude cabin where a few friends often assembled to offer up their tributes of prayer, she lived to see the wilderness blossom as the rose. She was a member of the Methodist Church. (long obituary followed)

At her residence in the town of Cape Vincent, HANNAH SMITH, consort of J. F. SMITH, Esq., on 10th of January, 1860, of scrofulous consumption.

At her residence, on the 18th last, in Rutland, EUNICE GRIFFIN, consort of ENOCH GRIFFIN, Esq., at 79 years.

February 2, 1860, p. 2:

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At Chadwick's Hotel, Theresa, Jan. 22, by Rev. C. W. Treadwell, Mr. JAMES JONES to Miss NANCY M. DILLENBECK, all of Theresa.

At the house of the bride's father, Jan. 1st, by James White, Esq., Mr. LEWIS KELLOGG to Miss ANN E. RI___, all of Antwerp.

On the 19th of January, at Orleans 4 Corners, by Rev. M. W. Temple, Mr. WM. H. COFFEEN and Miss MARY RAPP, both of Orleans.

In this village, on the ___inst, by the Rev. M. W. Reynolds, Mr. HOWARD D. JOHNSON, of Copenhagen, and Miss FRANCES MEIGS of Watertown.

Jan. 29th by Rev. Wright, Mr. CHARLES EB___ and Miss ADELAIDE HAMMOND, all of Watertown.

On the 26th inst at the residence of her son, HENRY LACY, in LeRay, MRS. FLORILLA LACY, age 44 years and 11 months, of heart disease.

February 9, 1860, p. 1:

At Sackets Harbor, on the 31st ult., by Rev. H. W. Reynolds, Mr. GEO. W. JONES, of Watertown, and Miss ADDIE McNETT, of the former place.

In Brownville, Feb. 2d, by Rev. G. M. Pierce, Mr. GEO. H. SHEBER, of Brownville, and Miss SARAH A. BAKER, of Dexter.

At Suspension Bridge, NY, Feb. 2d, by Rev. Dr. Chapin of NY, Mr. ANSON TUCKER and Miss JANE PENNOCK, both of Hamilton, C.W.

On the 2d Feb., inst., at the American, by Rev. H. Holmes, Mr. EDWARD SPICER and Miss HANNAH ALLISON, both of Perch River.

In Cape Vincent, Jan. 31st, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. G. N. Harmon, of Three Mile Bay, Mr. ALBERT FISH and Miss HARRIETT K. VANWORT, both of Cape Vincent.

In Brownville, Jan. 26, by Rev. G. M. Pierce, Mr. GEORGE WALKER and Miss MARY F. GOODRICH, both of Waterloo, Upper Canada.

Rev. WILLIAM STORMS was born the 2d day of February 1772 and died in Plessis, Jefferson Co., Dec. 30th, 1859 at nearly 88 years. He was buried on New Years Day under Masonic honors. There is a long obituary and other notices; however, the print is unreadable.

February 16, 1860, p. 1:

At the residence of the bride's father, on the 7th inst., by Rev. L. Leonard, Mr. D. T. HUNT and Miss CELIA M. DAVIS, both of the village of Charlotte, NY.

By Rev. John McLish, Jr., at his residence, at Carthage, Mr. THOMAS WILLIAMS and Miss SARAH ANN MOLES, both of Carthage.

At Delta, Feb. 8th, 1860, by Rev. Geo. Hopgood, D.D, PROSPER E. RUDD of Delta, and Miss AMELIA M. GRAHAM, of Sackets Harbor. NOTE: Delta is in the Province of Ontario, Canada

At Theresa, Feb. 7, at the residence of his son, after an illness of several weeks, Rev. JOSEPH ATWELL, of Chittenango, Onondaga Co., in the 66th year of his age. He was a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church for over thirty-five years. (followed by a long obituary)

At his residence in this town, on the 1st inst., from dropsy, Captain JONATHAN E. MILES, in the 79th year of his age. Another pioneer gone. He was born in Massachusetts and emigrated to this country, at the early age of 18 years, and located upon the farm which has since been the place of his residence in 1801. He came to this town in 1800. He was a farmer by profession, and spent his leisure in scientific investigations, in making astronomical calculations and observations, and in correspondence. He was naturally a philosopher. (followed by a very long obituary)For a brief biography of Captain Miles, see New York Reformer of September 9, 1858, by “A link in the Chain”, which together with those of many others of the pioneer period of our county, should be republished in a volume for our libraries.

In this village on Saturday the 11th inst., Miss HANNAH WELLS, of consumption, age 62? years.

In this town, Feb. 3d, 1860, of erysipelas, FREDDIE, youngest son of W. C. BAKER, age one year and three months.

February 23, 1860, p. 3:

In Henderson, on the 14th inst., by Rev. A. Ingalls, Mr. DANIEL E. GROMMONS and Miss EMMA A. TUBBS, both of Henderson.

On the 9th inst., by Rev. H. H. Waite, Mr. HENRY F. FARNHAM and Miss JANE WHITSON, both of Watertown.

In Pamelia, NY, Feb. 18, by Rev. G. M. Peirce, Mr. WM. ROGERS and Miss MARY M. WAGGONER, both of Alexandria.

At the same time and place, by the same, Mr. SIMEON WAGGONER and Miss LYDIA A. LACKEY, both of Alexandria.

On the 7th inst., at the church on Pillar Point, by the Rev. J. DeLarme, Mr. MILO BURLINGAME and Miss MATILDA GRIFFIN, both of Pillar Point.

At Carthage on Friday, Feb. 17, of congestion of the lungs, MRS. ATHELA BASSETT, age 66 years and 11 months. (medium length obituary followed)

January 21st, 1860, MRS. POLLY FRASER, at the residence of her son in Labella? County, Michigan formerly of Hounsfield, in the 86th year of her age.

At her residence in Rutland, MRS. SALLY CARPENTER, on the 14th of Feb. 1860 of consumption.

In this village, on the 19th inst., MRS. P. HAAS JR. of inflammation of the bowels, age 24 years.

NOTE: Amelia Haas, wife of Peter Haas Jr.

March 1, 1860, p. 1:

At the Crowner House, in this village, on the 23d ult, by Rev. B. Holmes, Mr. WARREN L. ROOT of Pillar Point, and Miss SARAH HURD, of Sackets Harbor.

On the 23d inst., by Rev. Ward W. Hunt, Mr. TRUMAN B. MATHER and Miss AMELIA L. FONDA, both of Watertown, Jeff. Co., NY.

At ____on the 23d inst., by Rev. H. G. Blount, Mr. M. J. DEWEY, of Adams Center and Miss RHODA A. HALL, of the same place.

On the 25th inst., at her residence in Champion, by Rev. Geo. Warren, Mr. A. C. BRAINARD, of Watertown, and MRS. L. J. FIELD of the former place.

In Rutland, on the 21st ult, Miss OLIVE A. PORTER, of a heart disease, age 9 years and 3 months.

In Brownville, Feb. 14th, Mr. JONATHAN HUNT, age 70 years.

In this village, on the 22d ult., MRS. LORINDA HOWARD, consort of WM. HOWARD, Esq., of dropsy on the heart, age 34 years.

Dr. FRANKLIN A. KNAPP of Smithville, departed this life at his residence on the 14th ult, of an enlargement of the heart, age 37 years. (followed by a long obituary which is unreadable.)

March 8, 1860, p. 1:

In Ellisburgh, on the 14th ult, by Rev. L. Rice, Mr. E. G. BREWSTER and Miss PERMELIA WILDS.

Also by the same on the 22d ult, Mr. J. B. EDWARDS and Miss MARY E. GRAVES, all of Ellisburgh.

In Antwerp, at the residence of the bride's father, on the 1st inst., by Rev. G. ___, Mr. R. W. SOMME? Of DeKalb and Miss LORRENCY STREETER, of the former place.

In Clayton, Feb. 29th, by Rev. H. Hitchcock, Mr. HENRY ZOLLER of Hammond, St. Lawr. Co. and Miss LUCY A. FERGUSON of Clayton.

In Theresa, Feb. 25, by Rev. W. Shepard, Mr. GEO. W. DOWAN of Theresa, and Miss PHILETTA HOOVER of Leray.

Also in Theresa, Feb. 27th, by Rev. W. Shepard, Mr. GEORGE W. DYE of Poultney, VT and Miss JANE DILENBECK, of Theresa, NY

On the morning of the 5th inst., at the home of the bride's father, at Stone Mills, by Rev. M. W. R___, Mr. A. K. OLINE of Albany and Miss MATTIE M. SCHUYLER of Orleans, NY.

By the Rev. G. M. Pierce, at the residence of Peter Week, Es., Pamelia, Feb. ___, Mr. DAVID HARDY of LeRay and Miss ANNA SLACK of Pamelia.

By the same, in Hounsfield, March 1, Mr. ALLANSON WESTCOTT of Watertown and Miss JANE A. COOK of Brownville.

In this village, on the 29th ult, HELEN M. HUNGERFORD, wife of RICHARD HUNGERFORD in the 35th year of her age.

On the 2nd of Nov.? At her daughter's in Philadelphia, MRS. BETSEY CALDWELL of Felts Mills, age 78 years and 11 months.

At Black River on the 26th ult, suddenly, Miss ISADORA GLASS in her 8th year, oldest daughter of JAMES G. GLASS, late of Syracuse, NY

In Belleville, Jeff. Co., NY., Feb. ___1860, MRS. ANN HAWES age 54? years.

In Orleans on the 28th of Feb., 1860, Mr. FREDERICK TIMMERMAN, age 74 years.

The rest of the death notices are unreadable.

March 15, 1860, p. 3:

By the Rev. G. M. Peirce, at the Parsonage in Brownville, March 8th, Rev. G. P. KENNEY, of the Black River Conference, and Miss ISABEL KILBURN, of Cape Vincent.

Also, by the same, at Orleans 4 Corners, on the 23d ult., Mr. MOSES A. WETMORE and Miss FRANCES M. ALLEN, of Orleans.

In Rutland, on the 8th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. A. D. CLARK and Miss MARY A. DELANO, both of Rutland.

At Stone Mills, on the 11th inst., by Rev. M. W. Empie, Mr. S. P. GILLETT and Miss L. J. NELLIS, all of Orleans.

At Orleans 4 Corners, on the 5th inst., by Rev. M. W. Empie, Mr. DAVID HOUSE and Miss MARY A. JEFFERS of Orleans.

In Hermon, at the residence of the bride's father, on the 4th of March, by Rev. J. Zimmerman, Mr. ORSON TAGGART, of Canton, and Miss MARY GREEN, of Hermon.

In Smithville, by Rev. A. Ingalls, on the 7th inst., Mr. ABRAM OTERKART and Miss NANCY YOUNG.

At Farrar, Hopkins Co., Texas, on Saturday, Jan. 7th, after a short illness of only five days, of pneumonia, WILLARD B. WHITE in the 86th year of his age, son of THOS. WHITE, Esq., of New York City, formerly of this county.

At Carthage, Feb. 24th, JAMES ARTHUR, infant son of FRANK A. and MINNIE FENN, age 10 months.

In Alexandria, March 2, 1860, of whooping cough and inflammation of the lungs, EVA CELIA, youngest daughter of CHAUNCEY and ELVINA CONANT, age 1 year and 8 months.

In South Rutland, on the 2nd inst., of consumption, JASPER OAKES, son of WILLARD and SALLY OAKES, age 24 years and 24 days.

In Theresa, March 5th, MRS. MARTHA BEARDSLEY, widow of E. P. BEARDSLEY, in the 89th year of her age. She was a native of Litchfield, Connecticut where she lived for a number of years after their marriage. She also lived a number of years in Winfield, Herkimer Co., But, for the past 38 years her residence has been in Jefferson County. She lived a widow 33 years. She was a wife, a mother and grandmother. Her funeral was attended at Plessis, on the 7th of March and the funeral sermon was preached by Rev. L. T. Ford. Herkimer Co. papers please copy.

March 22, 1860, p. 4:

At Chaumont, March 13, 1860, by Rev. J. A. Canfield, Mr. JAMES C. OWEN of Ogdensburgh, and Miss HULDAH H. MAIN, of Chaumont.

In Philadelphia, Jeff. Co., NY, on Wednesday, Feb. 22, by Rev. James Gregg, WARD LOOMIS, of Champion and ELIZABETH S., daughter of MAYLAND STRICKLAND of Philadelphia.

In Wilna, Jeff. Co., March 15th, at the house of the bride, by Rev. H. N. Cook, Mr. JOHN FULTON of Champion and Miss MARY L. GORDON of Wilna.

By Rev. Jas. Summerbell, at the house of the bride's father, Adams Center, March 13th, Mr. OLIVER DAVIS of Hopkinton, RI, and Miss SOPHRONIA BABCOCK , daughter of SAMUEL L. BABCOCK, of the former place.

In Pinckney, Lewis Co., March 12, 1860, MRS. ELIZABETH, wife of CHAUNCY CANFIELD, and daughter of the late DANIEL ROBINS, of Chaumont.

In Henderson on the 19th of Nov. 1859, LUCY L., daughter of EBEN O. and CAROLINE KILBY, age 2 years and 9 months. Also, Feb. 25th, EBEN O. KILBY, JR., age 8 months.

In the town of Watertown, March 2d, 1860, Mr. ISRAEL THOMPKINS, in the 64th year of his age. He left a wife and several children to mourn his sudden death.

At the residence of her grandfather, ANSON HUNGERFORD, in Watertown on the 9th inst., HELEN O. HUNGERFORD, of consumption in her 29th year.

In LaGrange, ME, Feb. 28, L. Z. MACOMBER, M.D., late of Evans Mills, of consumption age 38? years.

March 29, 1860, p. 3:

On the 20th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, in Pamelia by Rev. H. H. Waite, Mr. JOEL L. BUSKIRK of Clayton and Miss AMY P. FOLTS.

In Lyme, NY on Sunday morning, Feb. 19th, of consumption, age 28 years, MRS. ELIZABETH, wife of ABRAM VANDOREN and daughter of GEORGE and SARAH HORTON, of Chaumont Bay. (short obituary followed)

In Racine, Wis., March 7th, ALAS E., wife of RUSSELL SKINNER and daughter of the late SETH OTIS, formerly of Pillar Point, age 45 years and 8 months.

JOSEPH OTIS of Bolton, VT and brother of SETH OTIS was killed by the capsizing of a wagon on Sept. 8th, 1859, age 77 years.

On Pillar Point, March 9th, of inflammation of the brain. HOMER W., infant and only child of FRANKLIN and MARGARET HARRIS, age 5 months and 23 days.

At Lyden, Lewis Co., NY, March 9th, 1860, HANNAH, widow of the Rev. REUBEN? KIMBALL, age 78 years and 3 months.

At Carthage, on the 14th inst., MRS. MARIA C. GALLAGHER, in the 41st year of her age.

In Savannah?, Wayne Co., NY March 19th? JOSIAH TOWNSEND, formerly of Champion, Jeff. Co. age 90? years and 7 days. He was one of the first residents of Champion.

April 5, 1860, p. 3:

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At the house of Mr. H. W.___________March_ by Rev. J. Douglas, Mr. WILLIAM----CK, of Denmark and Miss ALMEDA W. TUTTLE, of Rutland.

In Oberlin, Ohio, March 22, 1860, by Rev. Shipherd, GEO C. BRAYDON of Richland, NY and KATIE E. SHIPHERD, of Oberline.

At Evans Mills, March 18? 1860, by Rev. J. B. Drummond, Jr., Mr. JOHN R. ISDELL of Philadelphia NY and Miss MARY CLARK of the former place.

At the home of the bride's father, March 31, 1860, by Rev.___________, Mr. _____B. SHELDON? Of Belleville and Miss SUSAN BROWN of Felts Mills.

In Clayton, March 31st, by Rev. G. W. Divol, Mr. JOSEPH W. HALL of Orleans and Miss EMMA A. STEVENS of Clayton.

In Carthage, Jeff. Co., ___, 1859, Mr. AMOS WILLES, age 44 years. He was a member of the M. E. Church for about 18 years.

In Rutland, March 25, after a severe illness of 25 days, of inflammation of the brain, B____ LINNETT, daughter of B. P. and PERSIS L. SMITH, age 1 years, 10 months and 1 day.

In Rutland, March 25, 1860, of palsy, Mr. ENOCH GRIFFIN, age 85 years.

In this village, on the 28th ult, MRS. SUSAN, wife of WILLIAM ELWOOD, age 58 years.

In this village, March 26, MR. NATHANIEL PERKINS, age 70 years.

In this village, March 25, MR. ZARAH M. WAY, age 43 years.

In Worth, March 19, of congestion of the lungs, Mr. PATRICK FLAHERTY, late of Theresa, age 69 years.

April 12, 1860, p. 2:

At the residence of Chandler C. Chase, on the 27th ult, by Rev. B. S. Wright, Mr. P. O. MOULTON and Miss MARY A. PHILBROOK, all of Watertown.

By the same, on the 4th inst., Mr. J. L. ABRAHAM and Miss CARRIE SPAFFORD, all of Watertown.

At Belleville, March 18th, by Rev. L. A. Savage, Mr. HOWARD E. FISH and Miss EMILIE BARBOUR, both of Belleville, NY.

In Brownville, April 9, by the Rev. G. M. Pierce, Mr. GEORGE CARPENTER, of Pamelia, and Miss HARRIET A. POTTER of Brownville.

At the home of Mr. C. Riley, in Black River, April 4, by the Rev. J. O. Killam, Mr. BENJAMIN DEXTER of Black River and Miss LAURA O. WELLS of Ellisburgh.

At Stone Mills, April 1st, by Rev. M. W. Empie, Mr. HENRY VAN CAMP and Miss MARY E. SNYDER all of Orleans.

Also, by the same, on the 4th inst., Mr. JOHN MYERS and Miss NANCY QUACKENBUSH of Orleans.

In Antwerp, March 30, CORNELIA A., eldest daughter of ANSEL JR. and HANNAH CLARK, after a distressing illness of six days, age 15 years, 1 month and 16 days.

In Mt. Pleasant, Whiteside Co., Illinois, April 4th, PHINEAS R. HEATON, son of TERTINY HEATON, late of Worth, Wilna, Jeff. Co., age 15? years.

In Clayton, April 4th, of dropsy, Mr. ABEL WILLARD, age 83 years. He was an emigrant to the country from Massachusetts. He was here before the War of 1812, took part in the defense of his country and was in the Battle at Sackets Harbor. He was formerly a member of the Rev. Mr. Boardman's church in Watertown.

In Ellisburgh, at the residence of her son, Mr. WM. B. WILLIAMS on the morning of the 29th ult., MRS. MARY WILLIAMS, age 87 years and 13 days.

In Adams, on the 8th inst., Mr. ARTEMAS BATES, age 78 years.

April 17, 1860, p. 1:

At the Walton House, Clayton, April 12th, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. JAMES SMITH, of Stone Mills, and Miss ANGELINE HOWLAND, of Pamelia.

At Stone Mills, on the 9th inst., by Rev. M. W. Empie, DR. FREDERICK BOTT and Miss REGINA HELDT, all of Orleans.

At East Rodman, on the 4th inst., ANTHONY LA ROCK, formerly of this village, by the rupture of a blood vessel, age 19 years and two months.

April 26, 1860, p. 1:


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In Penn Yan, NY, on Wednesday the 11th inst. By Rev. J. Latimer of Elmira Female College, I. R. ADAMS, M.D. Of Lowville, NY to Miss SOPHIA M. LATIMER, Preceptress of Lowville Academy

On the 21st ult, by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. CHARLES M. TRIPP of Pamelia, and Miss MARTHA LAMPHERE of this village.

By the same, on the 15th inst., at the bride's house, in East Rodman, Mr. H. L. SMITH and Miss JANETTE BLACKMON.

In the M.E. Church in Clayton, Wednesday, April 11th 1860, by Rev. H. S. Hitchcock, Mr. HORACE HITCHCOCK and Miss MARY ESSELSTYNE, all of Clayton.

At Hubbard's Hotel in Clayton, April 24, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. PHILIP BAXTER of Stone Mills, and Miss LUCY A. FOLTS, of Lafargeville.

In Pinckney, on the 7th ult, of erysipelas, ELIZABETH, daughter of IRWIN and MARGARET J. MARSHALE age 4 months and _______.

At her residence, in Felts Mills, on the 9th inst., MRS. ANN R., wife of A. W. WHEELOCK and daughter of J. K. HOWARD, Esq., age 25 years. (long obituary followed)

At his residence in Theresa, on the 15th inst., Mr. AARON CRONKHITE in his 70th year.

May 3, 1860, p. 1:

In this village, April 11, by Rev. B. S. Wright, Mr. G. S. WALKER of Adams, and Miss ELLA E. WILLIAMSON, of Rodman.

On the 25th April by Rev. P. Snyder at the residence of the bride's father, HIRAM H. ROBBINS, of Placerville, California, to Miss LAVINA E. CHASE, of Pamelia.

In Watertown village April 28th, 1860, of consumption, MRS. JANE I., wife of GEORGE A. BOALT, age nearly 42 years. She was the youngest child of the late Hon. Hart MASSEY and was born April 30th, 1818. She was married the 27th of April 1842, and was both wife and mother. (medium length obituary)

In Clayton, on the 19th April, Mr. MELVIN M. GUNN, age 37 years.

In the village of Rodman, on Thursday morning, April 19th, WILLIAM GILBERT, Sen., in the 88th year of his age. Another of the early pioneers of Jefferson County has passed. William Gilbert, Sen. Was born in Mass., Sept. 21st 1772. At the age of 12 years he moved to Malbury?, VT where he resided until the Spring of 1811 when he moved with his family to Adams, Jefferson Co. After 16 years, he moved to the town of Pinckney where he resided until old age compelled him to reside with his son, William Gilbert, Jr. at Rodman. (medium length obituary)

At the residence of his son-in-law, DR. ROSWELL KINNEY, Mannsville, in this county, on the 18th inst. MAJOR NEWTON MANN at the advanced age of 90 years. He was the youngest son of Dr. Bezaleal Mann of Attleboro, MA where he was born 24th Oct. 1770. He was kept on the farm by his father until at 27 years in company with his brother-in-law, Dr. Seth Capron in the year 1807, he came into this state and located at Whitesboro, Oneida Co. In 1816 he came to Mannsville, where two of his relatives then resided. He was a member of the Congregational Church there and was appointed Deacon. (lengthy obituary)

At Adams, April 15, MRS. NANCY, wife of Mr. GEORGE BUCK, age 40 years, 3 months and 18 days.

At Theresa on Wednesday, April 19th, Mr. EZRA THOMAS, and old resident of that town, age 76 years.

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May 10, 1860, p. 3:

At the house of the bride's father, on the 25th ult., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. JAMES H. FOX, of Cape Vincent, and Miss LYDIA M. MANTLE, of Watertown.

On the 3d inst. By Rev. B. S. Wright, Mr. WILLIAM WINCH and MRS. ANNA TREADWAY, all of Watertown.

On Sunday, April 30th by Elder John A. Wood, Mr. JEROME NYE of Malone, and Miss AMELIA SHOEMAKER of Lewisburgh,

In Massena, May 1, by Rev. Mr. Waldron, Mr. FRANK BALDWIN and Miss ELIZABETH ANSTED, both of Potsdam.

At Ogdensburgh, on Wednesday evening, April 25, by the Rev. Mr. Peters, at the residence of the

At the residence of his brother, in Columbus, Ohio, on the 22nd April, N. DUANE BAKER, son of LORENZO D. BAKER, age 30 years. (short obituary followed)

In Lafargeville, April 5th, Mr. B. F. ROOD, age 61 years. He was born in Woodstock, Windsor co., VT and moved to this county 25 years ago.

In West Potsdam, on the 1st inst., Mr. CLEMENT CARPENTER, age 78 years.

In Cape Vincent, on Saturday, April 28, Mr. JAMES L. FOLGER, age 46 years, long a resident of that village.

At her residence near Smithville, Jeff. Co., April 19th of pulmonary consumption, MRS. MARY A., wife of MERLIN BOSWORTH, age 39 years and 9 months.

At Holegruft, in Holstein, at the residence of his brother Louis, on the 17th of March last, GUSTAVUS KRUGER, formerly of Ogdensburgh, in the 72nd year of his age.

In Pitcairn, on the 18th ult, JOHN THOMPSON, in his 71st year.

In Pierrpont, April 27th, MRS. EUNICE HAMILTON, in her 73d year.

In Potsdam, on the 17th ult, Mr. CALEB HIKOK, age 52 years.

At the residence of her son, George Sims, in Philadelphia, NY on the 8th of March, MRS. LYDIA SIMS age 82 years.

May 17, 1860, p. 3:

On the 15th inst., by Rev. W. W. Hunt, Mr. GEORGE J. WOODRUFF, of Philadelphia, PA and Miss CORNELIA A. SCOVIL, of Watertown, NY.

At the house of Samuel Gardner in Lorraine, May 9, by Rev. G. P. Jones, Mr. JUDSON N. COX and Miss LUNETTE P. BAKER, both of Lorraine.

In Watertown, May 9th, JOSEHINE C., youngest daughter of the late WM. W. HINDS of Brownville, age 18 years.

In Alexandria, on the 28th of April last, MICHAEL M. BAUDER, age 69 years.

May 24, 1860, p. 4:

On the 10th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stuart, Mr. CHARLES ADSIT and Miss JANETTE M. WOODRUFF, both of South Rutland.

At Orleans Four Corners on the 18th inst., Mr. WILLIAM SARGENT, in the 83d year of his age. He was a pioneer in this place, having lived here 26 years and in the county about 40.

At her father's residence in Champion, on the 29th of April, of consumption, MARY E., daughter of EDWIN and SAMANTHA CARTER, age 21 years and 9 months.

In West Carthage, April 2d, after an illness of two weeks, MRS. MARY CUTLER, wife of ISAAC CUTLER, age 72 years.

In Carthage, May 14th, CAROLINE, wife of HIRAM H. ROOT and only daughter of WM. L. and POLLY CHAMBERS, in the 29th year of her age.

In Pittsfield, Ohio, Feb. 25, ALCEE, widow of ISAAC BARBER, formerly a resident of Pamelia, in the 92nd year of her age.

In Dexter, May 12, DENNIS M. RIGGS, age 29 years.

May 31, 1860, p. 2:

In Clayton, May 21st, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. A. G. BALL and Miss CULDENIA M. TORREY, both of Clayton.

At the residence of W. Culver, Hansboro, Miss., in the 8th inst. Of consumption, JOSEPH G. STRONG, age 22 years. He was formerly of this village.

In Watertown, on the 23d inst., after an illness of ten days, MARION WINCHESTER, infant son of Rev. E. W. and DRUSILLA E. D. REYNOLDS, age 15 months and 10 days.

June 7, 1860, p. 3:

On the 17th of April, by Rev. James Gregg, CHARLES N. BROWN of Philadelphia, to MARY JANE PARSINO, of Wilna.

By the same, April 19th, EZEKIEL SPIDEL to ANNA M. WORKER, both of Philadelphia.

By the same, May 10th, RICHARD A. IRVIN of Theresa, to ELIZA M. EVERETT of Orleans.

On the 2d of May, by Rev. D. Simons, Mr. C. BRYANT and Miss C. L. ACKERT, both of LeRay.

By the same, June 3d, Mr. M. PARKERSON and Miss L. A. CUMMINGS, both of LeRay.

At Philadelphia, May 31st, by Rev. C. W. Treadwell, Mr. CHARLES WHITING and Miss LA VILLA E. PITCHER, both of Philadelphia.

At the St. Lawrence Hotel, Cape Vincent, May 27th, by G. N. Harmon, Pastor of the 1st Baptist church at Three Mile Bay, Mr. R. B. COOLEY of Pt. Peninsula, to Miss S. D. KINNEY of Clayton.

At the house of the bride's father, in Lorraine, May 30th by Rev. G. P. Jones, Mr. ELI MALTBY of Boylston, Oswego Co., and Miss ELINER ALLEN of Lorraine.

At his father's residence in Orleans, May 20th, ISAAC R. MASTIN of Watertown, age 29 years. He was a son, a husband, a father and christian professor. He left a widow and three young children to mourn his loss.

On the 3d ult, EMMA OLIVE, eldest child of WM. DELOS and OLIVE FULLER, age 9 years and 1 month.

At Clinton, on Saturday morning, May 26th, CORNELIA N. wife of Rev. Jas. A. Skinner and daughter of GEORGE BRISTOL of Clinton.

In Pamelia, on the 2d inst. MRS. ALMIRA, consort of GILES BANSITER, age 38 years, of lung fever.

At her residence in Theresa, on the 28th ult, MRS. MARIA, wife of S. DOOLITTLE, of dropsy of the heart, age 49 years.

At the residence of her mother, near Smithville, May 18th of consumption, SYBIL D. WOOD, wife of HENRY S. RUNDELL, age 29 years and 9 months.

At her residence in the south part of Watertown, MRS. ROXANA M. BLOUNT daughter of the late Capt. J. E. MILES, age 37 years and 2 months.

June 14, 1860, p. 3:

In Hounsfield, March 26, by Rev. A. Campbell, ALVIN M. TRUMAN to Miss ANTOINETTE WARREN.

By Rev. P. Snyder, June 5th, IRVIN P. TRUMAN, of Adams Center, to Miss ANTOINETTE J. BEEBEE, of Watertown.

On Sunday morning, June 10, by C. P. Granger, Esq., at the residence of the bride's father in Evans Mills, Mr. WM. GEISENHEIMER and Miss ROCKSEY REESE, all of LeRay.

By Rev. S. Slater, at the house of the bride's father, in Pinckney, May 18, Mr. ELI BOYNTON to Miss MELISSA HELMER, all of Pinckney.

At her father's residence, on Monday the 11th inst., ANNA KEZIAH, 4th daughter of C. G. HARGER, Esq., of congestion of the brain, age 11 years and 3 months.

At Hermon, St. Lawr. Co., NY, June 3d, 1860, suddenly of a paralytic shock, MARY, wife of A. P. LEWIS, age 54 years, formerly of Champion, Jeff. Co. The deceased was a consistent member of the Baptist Church more than 43 years previous to her decease. She leaves a bereaved husband and 19 children,

At Plessis, on the 8th inst., MRS. BETSEY BRIGGS, age about 50 years.

In Champion, March 9, Mr. MINER MERRILL, age 78 years.

At the residence of her son-in-law, Earl Wiley, Esq., in Watertown, May 28, MRS. HANNAH GORDINIER, age 78 years.

June 21, 1860, p. 1:

In Theresa, on the 14th inst., by Rev. A. Castle, Mr. AMOS SHUMWAY of Plessis, to Miss HANNAH COLE of Theresa.

On the 31st of May, at the home of the bride's father, Mr. J. AVERY, by the Rev. P. Boyden, Mr. JNO. MORSE to Miss H. A. AVERY, all of Watertown.

On the 4th inst., by the Rev. J. B. Goodnough, Mr. JOHN R. BUTLER and Miss ELLA A. CROWNER, all of Watertown.

At her father's resident on Monday the 11th inst. ANNA ZERVIAH, daughter of C. G. HARGER, Esq., of congestion of the brain, age 11 years and 3 months.

Next notice too ink blurred to read.

At his residence in Rutland on the 17th, Mr. CHARLES COMINS, age 84 years.

June 28, 1860, p. 4:

In this village, June 24th by Rev. P. Snyder, Rev. JOHN GOTTLEIB REICHMANN, DD, of Watertown, formerly of Saxony Germany, and Miss WILHELMINE LOUISE CULLMANN of Hesse, Darmstadt, Germany

At the Walton House, Clayton, June 17th, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. DANIEL HUTCHINSON, of Escott, C.W., and Miss MARTHA J. CALBARY, of the same place.

On the 19th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, MR. JOHN MORRISON and Miss NANCY CROGAN, both of Watertown.

In Adams, by Nelson Green, Esq., Mr. AULDIN C. CURTIS and CRESCENCE BENTON, both of Henderson.

On Sunday Morning, June 10, at the residence of the bride's father in Evans Mills by C. P. Granger, Esq., Mr. WILLIAM GEISENHEIMER to Miss ROCKSEY RESSE, all of LeRay.

In Champion, June 25th, by Rev. E. Sawyer, Mr. HIRAM K. LAMPHEAR, of Wilna, and Miss ACHSAH S. LOOMIS of Champion.

In Martinsburgh, June 25th, by Rev. H. M. Church, Mr. GEORGE C. SIMS, of Anoka, Minn., and Miss LYDIA E. PITCHER, of the former place.

In Rutland, May 30th, MRS. ELLEN, consort of ALFRED E. ISHAM, age 26 years.

In Lyme, June 12th of consumption, MRS. ELIZA D., wife of AMBROSE COMBS, and daughter of CAPT. JONATHAN COOL, in the 24th year of her age.

In Huntingtonville, June 15th of measles, GEO H., oldest son of A. M. PETERSON, in the 16th year of his age.

In Rodman, June 17th, WM. CHAPMAN, age about 80 years.

At her residence in Rutland, June 20th, of congestion of the lungs, MRS. MARIA, consort of STEPHEN BURNHAM, Esq., in the 57th year of her age.

In Carthage, June 19th MRS. JULIA A., wife of REV. GEORGE A. AMES, Pastor of the Baptist Church of Carthage.

In Worth, June 14, MR. ISAAC DAVIDSON, age 75 years.

In Central Square, Oswego Co., June 17th, MRS. JERUSHA, relict of DR. WM. S. BATES, formerly of Copenhagen.

In Ogdensburgh, June 14th, MRS. LOUISA HASBROUGH KRUGAR, age 49 years.

On Monday, 11th instant, EMMA ANTOINE, second daughter of MRS. LOUISA KRUGER, AGE 12 years.

In Viroqua, Wisconsin, May 25th, LEONARD PARMELEE RISING, formerly publisher of the Lowville Journal. His disease was typhoid fever.

In this village, after a brief illness, on the morning of the 20th inst., JENNIE, wife of NORRIS WINSLOW, Esq., and daughter of J. F. McLAUGHLAN of Troy, NY, age 24 years and 11 months. (medium length obituary followed)

In Russell, St. Lawr. Co., June 21st, REV. JOHN FIRTH, age 58 years. He was formerly a resident of LeRay.

Information contributed by volunteer Marilyn Sapienza.

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