NEW YORK REFORMER

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


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THE NEW YORK REFORMER NEWSPAPER
published Watertown, Jeff. Co., NY (July-Dec. 1864)

July 1, 1864, p. 1:

Died:
In this village, June 29, MARY R., only daughter of H. W. and VILLA KELLEY, age 1 year, 4 months and 20 days. Funeral at the house on Franklin at 4 o'clock p.m.

On the 16th inst., at Barnes Corners, Lewis Co., EDGAR CORNELIUS, infant son of JAMES M. and MARTHA J. GRAHAM, age 2 months and 10 days.

July

Died:
At his residence in Toledo, Ohio, July 1, CHARLES T. HUBBARD, Esq., son-in-law of SOLON MASSEY, Esq., of this village, of malignant erysipelas, age about 40 years.

July 5, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
In Montague, June 22, at the residence of Leonard G. Savage, by George D. Moffat, Esq., Mr. JOSEPH GRISWOLD of Clayton, Jeff. Co., and MRS. MARY HART, of Harrisburgh.

At the Baptist Parsonage, Adams Centre, NY, July 4th by Rev. Edward Mills, Mr. GEORGE R. BELL and Miss CARRIE A. HILL both of Watertown.

Died:
At Oxbow, July 4, Miss SUSAN SOPHIA BENTON, age 39 years. Funeral at the house, on Wednesday at 2 p.m.

At Belleville, Jeff. Co., June 24th, RUFUS PARK, age 61 years.

July 6, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
On July 4th, at the parsonage at Great Bend by Rev. J. Gardner, Mr. WASHINGTON RIDER to Miss LIBBIE TEACHOUT, both of Antwerp.

On the evening of July 3, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. E. S. Cheeseman, Mr. CHARLES C. PHILLIPS of Copenhagen, Lewis Co., NY and Miss HULDAH J. CARTER of the former place.

In Philadelphia, June 25th, at the residence of Samuel Hall by John S. Peck, Esq., Mr. W. E. ACRES of Hermon, to Miss Carrie C. Martin of Antwerp.

July 4rd by the Rev. A. F. Wheeler, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. ELI H. SHURTLEFF to Miss DELLA M. ODBERT of Sterlingville.

Died:
In Watertown, on the 3rd inst., MRS. MARY BINGHAM, age 70. She was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Sawens, and was to have been joined here by her other children, several days before. Sickness, on their parted, retarded their arrival, and in the meantime, she was suddenly prostrated by a fatal attack of pneumonia. The children finally arrived, but only in time to minister to their cherished mother, during the last painful stages of her sickness, and to receive her dying words.

July 7, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
On the 4th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. ALBERT GREGG of Rutland, to Miss KATE HICKMAN, of Wilna.

Died:
At Pamelia Four Corners, July 6th, OSCAR COUNTRYMAN, age 19 years, 10 months and 6 days.

July 9, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
At the residence of Nelson Fults, in Theresa, July 3d, 1864, by S. W. Strough, Esq., Mr. JOSEPH WARREN FULTS of Theresa, to Miss CAROLINE KLOCK of Orleans.

July 11, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
In Chicago, July 4th, by the Rev. J. Kidd., HARRY HAVENS of the former place, to MARY AUGUSTUS MAXSON, of Jefferson Co., NY.

At the Kirby House, July 10th, by Rev. E. W. Reynolds, WILLIAM A. BUNKER of Pillar Point to Miss MARY E. MAYNARD of Limerick.

Died:
On the 15th of May 1864, at the residence of his daughter in Toledo, Ohio, of congestion of the lungs, JACOB GORTE, a former resident of this state.

July 12, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
By Rev. G. P. Kenney, June 26, at the residence of Wm. Brown, Esq., Mr. ALONZO BRIGGS to Miss PHOEBE THURSTON, all of Rossie.

By the same, July 3d, at the residence of Mr. D. Fenner, WM. EXFORD of Antwerp, to Miss MARY GRAVES of Fowler.

Died:
In Rossie, very suddenly, June 20? 1864, CATHERINE, wife of HENRY SHARPSTEEN.

June 28th, of fever, at Alexandria, VA, WILLIAM H. BRITTON, Co. K., Tenth NY Heavy Artillery, age 24 years. He leaves a wife and parents, brothers and sisters to mourn his loss.

July 13, 1864, p. 1:

Died:
In this village, July 10, GRACE E., infant daughter of A. H. and L. A. AUBORN, age 1 month and 8 days.

July 9, 1864, at his residence, JOSEPH KELLER, of LeRay. (29 years, 7 months, 12 days)

On the 13th inst., in this village, HUBBARD CARTER, son of EARLES and PAULINA CARTER, age 16 years. Funeral at the house, corner of Court and Jackson Streets, on Friday, at 2 o'clock p.m.

On the 10th inst., Col. ANSON HUNGERFORD, age 84 years and 10 months. Funeral at his late residence, Thursday (tomorrow) at 2 p.m.

July 14, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
On Wednesday, 13th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. T. Babcock, Hon. A. W. CLARK, M.C., of Watertown, to Miss ELIZA L. daughter of Dr. D. V. THOMAS, of South Albion, Oswego Co., NY.

July 16, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
July 8, 1864, HORACE HURD, age 54? years and 1 month and 7 days.

At Chesapeake Hospital, Fortress Monroe, July 10th? Of gunshot wound, received near Harrisburgh, VA, June 16th, Capt. OSCAR F. RUDD, Co. G., 39th Illinois age 35 years. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral at his father's residence, Huntingtonville, Monday, July 18th, at 10 o'clock a.m.

July 19, 1864, p. 5:

Married:
At the Empire on July 13, by the Rev. O. C. Cole, Mr. W. H. DECKER of Ellisburgh, to Miss JENNIE E. RUSSELL of Pierrepont Manor.

July 20, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
In Fowler, July 17, Mr. D. C. DAVIDSON, age 54 years.

In Washington, June 29, of wounds received in the late battle before Petersburgh, RICHARD, so of JOHN and JANE PYE, of Rossie, NY, age 18 years. He was a member of the 14th NY Heavy Artillery. His last words were: “Tell my mother and father that I died for my country, like a man.” His remains were brought home and on the 15th inst., were followed by a large number of his mourning friends to their last resting place.

July 22, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
At Watertown, July 4, 1864, by Justice Brown, HENRY GATES of Carthage, Jeff. Co., to CAROLINE McOMBER of Bristol, Addison Co., VT.

Died:
In Emory Hospital, Washington, on the 20th inst., FRANK, Co. 3d, 14th Heavy Artillery, son of ANDREW SIGOURNEY, of this village, age 18 years, of wounds received in battle before Petersburgh.

July 25, 1864, p. 1:

Died:
In Detroit, on the 10th inst., IDA ELIZABETH, only child of ANSON and JENNY TUCKER, formerly of Jefferson County.

July 27, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
At Lafargeville, July 24th, by Rev. H. Ward, Mr. THOMAS WILSON of Leray, and Miss HARRIET SNELL of Orleans.

Died:
In this village, July 26, GEORGE H., son of JUSTUS and HARRIET L. CHASE, age 9 weeks and 3 days. Funeral service at Mr. Chase's residence, No. 30 Arcade, this day, at 4 o'clock, p.m.

In Jerseyville, Illinois, July 1th, inst., from the effects of a fall from his wagon, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MASSEY, second son of Doctor ISAIAH MASSEY, formerly of Rutland, in this county, age 59 years.

At the residence of her son, in Rodman, July 27, 1864, of paralysis MRS. ABIGAL, relict of the late JONATHAN WYMAN, age 85 years and 9 months. The funeral will be at her residence on Thursday the 28th inst., at 2 o'clock. The funeral sermon will be preached at the Congregational Church, Sunday morning, next at 11 o'clock.

August 1, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
July 31st by Rec. L. J. Matteson, Mr. CHARLES J. BONESTEEL to Miss ELLEN NEIL, both of Watertown.

Died:
Widow ELIZABETH HUNGERFORD, relict of M. L. HUNGERFORD, at her residence in this town, August 1. Funeral at house at 1 p.m., August 2d. (50 years, 27 days)

August 2, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
At the parsonage, Adams Centre, July 28, by Rev. Edward Mills, Mr. GEORGE A. ABBOTT and Miss EMILY D. COLLINS, both of Henderson.

Died:
At the residence of his daughter, CELIA CHRISTOPHEL on Court Street, GEORGE KIGLER, age 85 years. Funeral services at the house, Wednesday half past 3 o'clock, p.m.

D.W. CANFIELD, Union soldier, at Finlay Hospital, VA, June 28th, from the effect of a wound received in battle, age 19 years. His funeral sermon will be preached at Stone Mills by Rev. D. Graves, at 2 o'clock p.m., Sunday, Aug. 7.

At the Military Hospital, Norfolk VA, WILLIAM C. W. PHILLIPS, son of RICHARD H. and HULDAH PHILLIPS, of North Watertown, age 20 years. He volunteered to serve for three years in the 20th NY Cavalry and was a member of Co. M. He was, at the time of his death, on detached service. He left a father and mother to mourn his loss.

In Hospital at City Point, VA,. July 1, of typhoid fever, WALTER W. FOX, age 20 years, Union soldier, Co. H., 6th NY heavy artillery, son of JOHN C. FOX of this town.

August 3, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
In Leray, on the 30th ult, of congestion of the lungs and typhoid fever, Mr. SULLIVAN C. EARL, eldest son of GEORGE R. and MARY ANN EARL, age 25 years and 5 months. His funeral was attended at the Union Church, at Sanfords Corners, on the 31st by a very large concourse of people, to whom a discourse was delivered by Rev. Mr. Stewart of Watertown.

August 5, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
At the house of the bride's father, on the 2d inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. WILLIAM R. BAKER to Miss EMMA E. CASE, all of Watertown.

At the residence of Daniel Smith, Jr., August 3d, by the Rev. C. M. Arnold, Mr. DEMPSTER E. GARDNER and Miss ETTIE M. BROWN, all of Rodman.

August 6, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
In this village, Aug. 6, PAULINE HAYES, age 30 years. Funeral services tomorrow, Sunday, at Frank Carter's residence, No. 37 Franklin St., at 1 o'clock p.m.

August 8, 1864, p. 1:

Died:
LOUISE O., widow of the late STEPHEN BAKER, died of asthma consumption, in Leray, June 12th, 1864, age 71 years. She was born in Mayfield, Fulton County on March 10, 1798 and moved to Leray, Jeff. Co., where she lived until her decease.

August 10, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
In Orleans, July 19, of dropsy, RUFUS SMITH, Es., age 78 years.

At Cape Vincent, on the morning of the 9th instant, CARRIE L., only child of Dr. H. N. and LAURA C. BUSHNELL age 5 months and 13 days. Funeral to be attended at their residence on the morning of the 11th instant.

August 11, 1864, p. 4:

Died:
In Rutland, July 29, 1864, Miss CECILIA L. DUNLAP, age 24 years.

August 12, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
In this village, July 12, CHARLES S., infant son of CHANCEY and PAULINA? PATTERSON, age 11 months. The funeral will be attended at the house on Sunday, at 2 o'clock p.m.

August 13, 1864, p. 4:

Died:
In hospital, at Key West, Florida, of yellow fever, June 18, 1864, WILLIAM R. BURLINGAME, of the federal gunboat, Tioga, age 23 years, son of ALONZO and ANN BURLINGAME of Pillar Point.

August 15, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
At Hampton Hospital, VA, July 27th of wounds received in Rifle Pits, Private ANDREW J. McNITT of Co. G., 10th NY Heavy Artillery, age 21 years and one month.

In Antwerp, on the 1st instant, ALVAH B., son of WARREN A. and ROSA ELLEN DYE, age 5 years.

August 16, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
At the residence of her mother in Foxboro, Mass., after a painful illness of 5 months, from a disease of the brain, CHARLOTTE T. ALLEN, wife of L. P. A. ALLEN formerly of Watertown.

August 17, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
In Adams, August 1st, after many months of suffering, from complicated diseases, Mr. DANIEL STANLEY in the 90th year of his age. He was one of the early settlers of this county. His funeral was attended on the 3d instant, and a discourse delivered on the occasion by Bro. Stewart of Watertown. (one paragraph obituary)

August 20, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
At the residence of his son-in-law, David Gragg, of Rutland on the 16th instant, SAMUEL RALPH, age 84 years, 7 months and 11 days.

JOSIAH A. PIERCE, Union soldier, killed near Petersburgh, while storming a rifle pit by a ball through his head, June the 17th, age 17 years, 2 months and 10 days. (Note: in the poetry that followed this notice he is referred to as an orphan boy with foster parents.)

August 22, 1864, p. 4:

Died:
In hospital in Washington, of wounds received before Petersburgh, on the 30th of June, EDWIN F. SMITH, eldest son of C. A. SMITH, of this village, age 19 years and ___months.

At Plessis of dysentery, on the 30th of July, EDITH, only child of Dr. SHELDON and MARTHA J. MOAKE, age 1 year, 11 months and 16 days. Watertown and Ogdensburgh papers please copy.

August 23, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
At Watertown, on the 22d inst., JULIA GUERNSEY, wife of WM. A. ELY.

At US Hospital David's Island, K. River, NY, on the 2d day of August, 1864, Corporal HENRY C. POTTER of Carthage, of Co. H., 2d NY Artillery son of JOHN A. POTTER of Carthage, Jeff. Co., NY, of a wound received near Petersburgh, VA, on the ___day of June last, age 18 years, 10 months and __days.

On the 12th of May last, near Spottsylvania, VA, Mr. DAVID AUGSBURY of the 14th Reg., NY Heavy Artillery, in the 44th year of his age. He was wounded by a sharpshooter, while on picket duty and survived only about ten hours. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. (one paragraph obituary)

August 24, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
In Black River, at McOmber's Hotel, August 21st, by Rev. E. E. Kellogg, Mr. JOHN C. MANN and Miss NETTIE E. TRIPP, all of Pamelia.

Died:
In Blue Island, ILL, August 15th of consumption, CHARLES M. MASSEY, youngest son of HART MASSEY, Esq., age 20 years, 20 months and 20 days.

At Watertown, on the 22d inst. JULIA GUERNSEY BACKUS, wife of WM. A. ELY Funeral services at the house, No. 2 Clinton Street, Thursday at 10 a.m.

August 26, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
On the evening of the 24th inst., at the residence of Hon. R. Lansing, by the Rev. T. Babcock, Mr. D. JAMES FITZPATRICK to MARGARET FAGAN, all of Watertown.

On the 25th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. EDWIN B. MOORE of Hounsfield, to Miss JENNIE A. MOTT, of Watertown.

Died - listings cut from this issue.

August 29, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
On the 24th inst., by Rev. O. C. Cole, MOSES J. KNAPP of Dexter, to MARY E. PLUMB of the same place.

On the 27th by the same, Mr. GEORGE V. BOYNTON of Rutland, to Miss JOSEPHINE N. JACOBS of the same town.

On the 29th inst., by the same, at the American Hotel, Mr. JOHN WARE JR., of Watertown, to Miss MARY A. COLNAN of Brownville.

September 2, 1864, p. 4:

Died:
In this village, Sept.2, of consumption, AMELIA LEWIS, widow of G. G. LEWIS and daughter of MYRON BEEBEE, Esq. Funeral at residence of Mr. BEEBEE, No. 5, Paddock St., tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.

September 5, 1864, p. 1:

Died:
In Pamelia, Sept. 1st, GEORGE HULBERT, only child of WILLIAM H. and MARY M. ALLEN, age 5 months.

At Plessis, Aug. 27th, MRS. DARRINDA TANNER, age 53 years.

September 6, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
At Pierrepont Manor, Sept. 2d, Deacon EBENEEZER BROWN, age 83 years.

In Wilna, Aug. 29, of diptheria, C. W. HENDRICKSON, age 35 years.

Also, on the 27th of the same disease, CHARLEY, son of the above, age 8 years, 7 months.

In Hospital at Key West, Florida, of yellow fever on the 18th of June, WM. R. BURLINGAME of the Federal gunboat, Tioga, son of ALONZO and ANN BURLINGAME of Pillar Point, age 23 years.

At Perch River, Aug. 26, JANE S. GOULD, daughter of C. P. Gould, age 19 years and 4 months. She was a member of the M. E. Church. She left a father and sister to mourn their loss.

September 7, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
At the M.E. Parsonage in Sackets Harbor, by Rev. S. Dewey, Sept. 2d, 1864, Mr. ROBERT H. STOKES to Miss ELIZABETH H. McWAYNE all of Sackets Harbor.

Died:
In Hospital at the Wilderness, on the 7th of May, of wounds received on the 5th, STEPHEN V. HART, son of REUBEN and BETSEY HART, age 17 years, 9 mos. And 7 days. He was a member of Co. F. 78th Regt. NY Vols.

September 8, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
In Denmark, on the 6th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. CHARLES P. HORR to Miss F. ADEL BENT, both of Denmark.

September 9, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
In Sandy Creek, Sept. 8, by Rev. J. W. Lamb, Mr. J. C. PATTERSON of Watertown, to Miss ANGIE WILLIAMS of Sandy Creek.

Died:
In Wardwell, August 25, of diptheria, MARTHA E., daughter of EGBERT and AMANDA COLE, age 7 years, 6 months and 14 days.

September 13, 1864, p. 5:

Married:
At Perch River, on the 8th inst., by Rev. M. Lyon, Mr. LEWIS DINGMAN of Pillar Point and Miss ARDELIA AUGSBURY of Clayton.

Died:
At his residence in Plessis, Sept. 4th, Mr. CONRAD ROOT, in his 71st year, late of Pamelia.

At Washington, D.C., Aug. 18th of fever, Mr. WM. H. RICH of Smithville, age 44. At the time of his decease, he was in the employ of the United States Government, as superintendent of a large painting establishment, a business that operated with other causes to induce the disease that has proved fatal. His wife was permitted to minister to his wants. His funeral was attended in his church of his village home, on Tuesday, Aug. 22d.

September 14, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
In Ellisburgh, Sept. 11th, by Rev. G. W. Divol, Mr. ABNER COOK to Miss LIBBIE WOOD, both of Ellisburgh.

Died:
WILLIE A., youngest son of MILTON H. and HELEN MERWIN, age 10 months. Funeral at the house on Clinton Street, Thursday at 3 p.m.

September 15, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
On Tuesday 13th inst., at Trinity Church, Watertown, by Rev. Mr. Babcock, GEORGE H. SHERMAN to CARRIE M. MERRILL.

At Rome, on the 12th? Inst., by Rev. C. Stuky? Mr. WILLIAM BALL of West Winfield to Miss ROSA BURNS of Watertown.

September 16, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
At the Davis House, Evans Mills, Sept. 15th by C. P. Springer? Esq., Mr. JOHN C. LAWTON of Antwerp and Miss MARY A. HUDSON of Philadelphia.

Died:
In this town at the late residence of his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Hungerford, SOLOMON WILLARD, age 80 years, 2 mos., and 20 days.

September 17, 1864, p. 1:

Died:
BETSEY, wife of T. FRINK, in Rutland, August 2nd of dropsey, age 80 years

September 19, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
In Brownville, Sept. 15, at the residence of Dr. W. P. Massey, by Rev. J. Porter, D.D., Prof. S. W. PAINE of Detroit and Miss JANE M., youngest daughter of the late CHARLES SMITH of Cooperstown.

In this village, Sept. 11, by the Rev. Jermain Porter, JAMES A. STEVENS and MARGARET ELLSWORTH of Pamelia.

In Watertown, Sept. 16, by the same, ROBERT McNEIGHT and REBECCA LANGWITH of Canada West.

September 20, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
At New York Hospital on his way home from New Orleans, August 26, Mr. FREEMAN AUSTIN of the 18th NY Cavalry, age 44 years. He left a wife and 3 children to mourn his loss.

At Chaumont on the 13th inst., MARY J. wife of LAWRENCE GAGE, Esq., age 43 years and 5 months. She was an extremely patriotic woman and the mother of three sons who were serving in the army. Paragraph obituary followed.

September 21, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
In Rutland, August 6?, Miss HARRIET TAMBLIN age 30.

Sept. 20, MRS. ELIZA S. HOWE, wife of ISAAC HOWE, Esq., of Black River and daughter of SAMUEL HERRICK of this village, age 34 years. Funeral tomorrow, Thursday, at one o'clock.

September 22, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
On Tuesday, the 20th inst., at the residence of the bride's mother, in Pamelia, by Rev. T. Babcock, D.D., GEORGE W. WAGER, Esq., of New York, and Miss LAURA L., daughter of MRS. MINERVA BONNEY.

Septembere 26, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
At the residence of the bride's father, in Watertown, Sept. 19th, by Rev. J. W. Armstrong, REV. ELIJAH HORR to Miss BESSE WINSLOW.

At the home of the bride's father, Sept. 8th, 1864, by Rev. C. M. Arnold, Mr. DELOS S. JONES to Miss EMMA A. GIBS, both of Rodman, NY.

Sept. 5th at the residence of the bride's father in Denmark, Lewis Co., NY, by the Rev. Mr. Stewart, Mr. MR. CHARLES HORR to Miss FRANK A. BENT, youngest daughter of A. D. BENT, Esq., all of Denmark.

Died:
At Deep Creek, Virginia, September 21, 1864, MAGGIE GREY, only daughter of Col. N. B. Lord. Batavia, Buffalo, Milwaukee and Fond du Lac papers please copy.

September 27, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
In Brownville, Sept. 25, by Rev. Mr. Wood, Mr. L. WILLARD, to Miss FRANK R. GREEN, both of Antwerp.

Died:
BENJAMIN F., son of PHILETUS and LOUISA JUDD and member of Co. M., 10th NY Artillery, died of wounds received in the rifle pits before Petersburg, July 1st,1864, age 20 years, 2 months and 12 days.

September 28, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
At Carthage, on the 22d inst., by Rev. O. M. Legate, Capt. H. J. WELCH of the 18th? Regiment NYV, to Miss ZEALIDE WARREN.

September 29, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
By Rev. S. Dewey at the residence of the bride's father, near Sackets Harbor, Sept. 26th, 1864, Mr. GUSTAVUS A. HARRINGTON, U.S.N., to Miss LOTTIE E. VISGER, all of Sackets Harbor.

September 30, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
At the residence of Ira Butler, No. 60 High St., on May 29, MARY ANTOINETTE, daughter of ANTOIN and MATILDA SONS, age one year. Funeral on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house.

October 1, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
At Springfield, Mass. Sept. 24, of diptheria Miss MARY S. ALDEN, niece of MRS. D. C. MORGAN of this village. (Paragraph followed)

At Cape Vincent, Sept. 23d, 1864, of typhoid fever, RUTH A. ELDRED, wife of CASEY ELDRED, age 23 years, 8 months, and 10 days.

October 3, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
At the house of the bride's father, on the morning of October 3d, by the Rev. T. Babcock, D.D., Mr. LLOYD O. WOODRUFF of St. Louis, MO, to Miss MARION R., daughter of H. S. BABCOCK, Esq., of this village.

October 4, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
In Sackets Harbor, Sept. 23, by Rev. S. Dewey, LUTHER NYE of Washington D.C., to Miss SOPHIA H. PUFFER of the former place. Washington papers please copy.

In Leray, Sept. 28, at the bride's residence, by Rev. John Peck, Mr. JAMES M. GLASS to MRS. A. A. PARKINSON.

Died:
At the residence of his son-in-law, David Gregg, of Rutland, on the 16th inst., SAMUEL RALPH, age 84 years, 7 months and 11 days.

Killed near Petersburgh, while storming a rifle pit, June 17th, JOSIAH A. PIERCE, age 17 years, 3 months and 10 days.

At Kenosha, Wisconsin, STEPHEN BENEDICT, formerly of Rutland, NY age 85 years. His remains were removed to Rutland for interment. He was born in the town of South Salem, (now Lewisboro), Westchester County. At the age of 15 he moved to Paterson (then of Dutchess, now of Putnam County). In 1807, he removed to the town of Rutland with his wife and two children. In 1824 he united with the Congregational Church of that place. In 1851 he lost his noble companion, his wife. (Two paragraph obituary)

October 5, 1864, p. 6:

Died:
At his residence in Watertown, October 5, CHARLES STRANG, Esq., Cashier of the Watertown Bank and Loan Company at 39 years, of typhoid fever. Resulting in congestion of the bowels, liver and spleen.

October 10, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
In Antwerp, Sept. 1, of diptheria, HELEN Z., daughter of ELIAS and DEBORAH CLARK, age 14 years, 11 months and 14 days.

October 11, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
By Rev. J. W. Armstrong, at the residence of the bride's father, O. A. Graves, Sept.18th, 1864, Mr. H. M. WILLIAMS to Miss LYDIA A. GRAVES, all of Watertown.

October 12, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
Oct. 12th at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. O. C. Cole, ROSS C. SCOTT, Esq., to Miss FANNIE LORD, all of Watertown.

At Adams Village, Oct. 11, by the Rev. Mr. Mackey, SYLVESTER G. NOTT of Watertown, to Miss EMMA CLEAVELAND, of the former place.

October 13, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
Oct. 12, inst., by Rev. Chase Bailey, at his residence, Mr. CHARLES WILSON and Miss PAMELIA E. CHADWICK, all of Philadelphia.

On Tuesday, Oct. 11th by the Rev. M. D. Kinney, at the residence of the bride's father, in Mexico, (NY) Mr. THURSTON G. PACKER of Belleville to Miss ELIZABETH R. BROWN, of Mexico, NY.

In Brownville, Oct. 11th by Rev. M. Lyons, Mr. A. EDWARDS to Miss ARDELIA WEAVER.

Died:
At Erie, PA, on the 10th inst., HATTIE R., wife of Lieut. W. W. LYON, U.S.A., and daughter of HENRY CADWELL, Esq., of this village, age 20 years.

October 19, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
On the 4th day of October 1864, at the house of Ira A. Stone, Watson, Lewis Co., NY, by Rev. S Slate, A. P. GARDNER of Leray, Jeff. Co., to FANNY A. STONE of Watson.

By the same, on the 16th inst., at Copenhagen, Lewis Co., ELI J. BOYNTON to WINFORD RYAN, both of Pinckney, N.Y.

Died:
At his residence in Cape Vincent, Sept. 7th, Mr. JACOB VANOSTRAND, age 74.

On the 31st day of August 1864, at Cumberland Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee, of a gunshot wound received on the 26th day of July in the rifle pits before Atlanta, Georgia, LEWSTER W. HOLLOWAY, of Co., I 31st Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers. He was a farmer and resided in Green Lake County, Wisconsin and volunteered about two years ago. His eldest son, ANDREW HOLLOWAY, a member of Captain Britton's Company, in the 8th Wisconsin, died at Birds Point, Missouri on the 24th day of January 1864. He second son, FRANK HOLLOWAY, a member of the 36th Wisconsin, lost his right leg by a canister shot in the Battle of the Wilderness, in the month of June last. And, his third son, LESTER J. HOLLOWAY, a member of the same regiment, was taken prisoner in the same battle, and when last heard from was in Libby Prison, The subject of this notice was a son of MRS. CHLOE HOLLOWAY, of Wisconsin, and a brother of MRS. JOHN R. BENNETT and was born in the town of Hounsfield, Jefferson Co., NY, February 4th, 1820.

In Hospital at Berwick City, Louisiana, Sept. 23, 1864 of typhoid fever, JAMES I. SIMPSON, youngest son of GEORGE W. and SUSAN SIMPSON of Alexandria, NY, a member of Company H., 18th NY Cavalry, age 17 years, 1 month and 10 days.

At Southewest Hospital, Philadelphia, Oct. 25th, WALTER V. WAFFLE, of the 14th Regiment, NY Heavy Artillery, age 31 years. He was wounded in the thigh, about midway between the knee and hip, on the 11th of July by a rebel sharpshooter in front of Petersburgh. It was hoped at first that his wound would not prove very serious, but further developments showed that amputation was indispensable. It did not save his life. He left a wife and daughter to mourn; also a father, brother and sisters.

In this village, on the 18th inst., SOPHIA CLINE, wife of W. G. GARDNER, age 26 years. Funeral services will be held at the residence of Mr. Gardner, 46 Washington Street, at 7 ½ o'clock tomorrow morning, and the remains will be taken to Clayton for interment.

October 20, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
At the American Hotel, in this village, on Wednesday, Oct. 19th by the Rev. T. Babcock, D.D., BENJAMIN C. BUDD, 1st Lieutenant Co. 20th, NY Cavalry, to Miss ALMA, daughter of HORACE CROOK, both of Carthage, NY.

On the 19th inst., by Rev. Thos. A. Weed of Mexico, NY, E. J. DENNIS of Sandusky, Ohio and ANNA M., daughter of ___BOALT, of Watertown.

October 24, 1864, p. 1:

Died:
In this village, on the evening of the 22d, MRS. MARY C. THOMAS, age 47 years. She was the youngest daughter of the late Judge EVANS of Evans Mills and resided in that place from her infancy, until within a few years past.

In Brownville, Oct. 21, PATRICK KEENAN, age 64. Funeral Oct. 25th at St. Patrick's Church at Watertown, where solemn High Mass will be celebrated.

In this town at the house of J. B. Ball, Oct. 23d of diptheria, Miss CATHERINE E. RICE, daughter of AARON B. RICE of Westfield, Chatauqua Co., age 27.

October 25, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
At the Baptist parsonage, Adams Centre, Oct. 22d by Rev. Edward Mills, Mr. THOMAS EDWARDS of Ogdensburg, and Miss MARCELLA REED of Cape Vincent.

In Henderson at the house of Norman Scott, Oct. 21, by Rev. A. Ingalls, Mr. JOEL SMITH and Miss AMANDA VAN ALSTAN both of Canada West.

Died:
At Black River, Jeff. Co., NY, at the residence of her son, Thos. H. Scott, MRS. ELIZABETH SCOTT, age 85 years and 1 month.

At Three Mile Bay, Oct. 7, JOHN W. CLEMONS, a private in Co., K., 18th NY Cavalry. Being in the New Orleans Marine Hospital, sick, he received a furlough to come home; arrived there on the 6th of October and died on the following day.

October 26, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
On Lord's Day morning, Oct. 23, at the house of Mr. E. Herrington, by Rev. O. W. Babcock, Mr. C. C. STEWART of California to MRS. A. D. RICE of Adams, formerly of California.

October 28, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
At Perch River, Sept. 20, 1864, WILLIAM VANDerBOGART, age 89 years.

October 29, 1864, p. 6:

Died:
On Monday, Oct. 17, of consumption at Post Hospital City Point, P. KIMBALL HORTON age 16 years, 11 months 15 days. His funeral will be held at the residence of his father, JAMES HORTON, on Monday.

October 31, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
In this village on the 22d, MARY JOYNT, wife of CROZIER ARMONSTRONG, age 32 years. Her husband and child and friends mourn her loss.

November 1, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
On Oct. 9th, at the hotel of D. C. Wait in East Rodman, by D. M. Todd, Esq., Mr. WM. KELLY of Pinckney, Lewis Co., and Miss AUGUSTA BECKWITH of Watertown.

Died:
At Sanford's Corners, Oct. 28th, SALLY J. GLASS, wife of JOHN B. GLASS, age 30 years and 8 months.

November 2, 1864, p. 5:

Died:
On the 28th ult, near Adams Centre, after a long and severe attack of the heart disease, EMERETT, only child of PHILO and LORETTA COREY, age 21.

November 3, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
In this village on Nov. 1, WILLIAM SLOAN age 70 years and 5 months. His funeral will be held at his late residence on Rutland St., on Friday at 10 o'clock.

At Leray, Oct. 21st, JOHN J. CHRISTIE, son of S. S. CHRISTIE, age 15 years.

November 4, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
In Three Mile Bay, Oct. 18th, 1864, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. Spencer Blanden, STEPHEN R. PRATT, Esq., of Little Falls, to Miss DELIA A. ACKERMAN of Three Mile Bay.

Died:
At Great Vend, Oct. 6th, MRS. ELIZABETH LOCKLIN, wife of ISAAC LOCKLIN, Esq., in her 60th year. A paragraph obituary followed.

November 5, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
In Canton, Oct. 26th, after a short illness of typhoid fever, DANIEL S. COON, formerly of Philadelphia, NY, age 35 years.

November 7, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
At the house of the bride's father in Evans Mills, Nov. 2d by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. WESLEY RULISON to Miss MARTHA RAY, all of Evans Mills.

Died:
At Brownville, Nov. 4Th, JAMES SHIELDS, son of Rev. M. R. and FRANCIS E. WILSON, age 2 years and 2 months.

In Jervis Hopsital Baltimore, Oct. 22d, ALVAH, son of THEODORE P. LOOKER of Clayton, NY, and member of Company G, 10th NY Heavy Artillery, age 20 years, 6 months and 12 days. He entered service in the fall of 1862. He was sick but five days. His remains sleep in Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD. His funeral will be attended at Perch River, Sunday Nov. 13th at half past ten o'clock a.m.; services by the Rev. U. S. Graves.

November 9, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
On the 30th ult, at the Baptist parsonage, Henderson, by Rev. Lawson Muzzy, Mr. SETH RICE to MRS. DORCAS CARPENTER.

November 10, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
At Cape Vincent, on Tuesday, Nov. 8, by Rev. W. H. Lord, Captain GEORGE W. GOLER of the 6th NY Cavalry to Miss FRANCES, youngest daughter of Mr. CALVIN WRIGHT, of Cape Vincent.

Died:
In this village, at the residence of S. D. Morgan, on the 10th inst., MRS. FIDELIA M. SPENCER, wife of TYLER SPENCER, U.S. Vols.

In this village, Nov. 10, PATIENCE E., daughter of A. W. and JOANNA HART, age 19 years. Funeral at her father's residence No. 12 Bronson St., Friday at 2 p.m.

November 15, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
A. TOLLE MARVIN of abscess on the brain, at Northampton, NY age 20 years. He was of Watertown and was following in the footsteps of his respected father to become a physician. He was a member of the Second Presbyterian Church. A fairly lengthy obituary followed.

In Lafargeville, Nov. 9, SALLY, wife of L(uther) LAMSON age 57 years. She was born in Norwich Conn., August 7, 1807.

In Champion on the 12th inst. ASA B. CARTER, age 58 years 9 months and 3 days of consumption of the lungs.

NOTE: All three of the above persons had obituaries following the notices but the printing was poor.

November 17, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
At the Regimental Hospital, Portsmouth, VA, Oct. 3, of typhoid fever, OSCAR D. MUNSON, age 21 years, 5 months.

November 19, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
In this village, on the 17th by Rev. E. W. Reynolds, Mr. HENRY D. CONVERSE, of Pamelia, to Miss PRILLA (Priscilla?) A. STEVENSON of this town.

November 21, 1864, p. 3::

Married:
In North Adams, by Rev. A. Ingall on Nov. 13, Mr. IRA B. LEE and Miss MARY ANN McERVIN, both of Canada West.

November 23, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
In Hillsborough on the 20th inst., by Rev. L. Rice, Mr. WILLIAM L. FILLMORE Co H? __Heavy Artillery, to Miss EUNICE MAYER.

Died:
In Champion, Aug. 21, JANE L., daughter of BURTON and BETSEY JOHNSON, and wife of FREDERICK BARKER, age 35 years.

November 26, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
In Champion, Nov. 19, 1864, of inflammation of the bowels, FREDIE L., only son of CHESTER and RACHEL CARTER, age 5 months and 14 days.

November 28, 1864, p. 4:

Died:
On the 15th of October last, in the town of Orleans, after a long and painful illness, STEPHEN WORTHINGTON SCOVIL, age 31 years.

November 29, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
At Mannsville, on the 22d inst., at the M. E. Church in that village, by Rev. A. Cheeseman, Mr. JOHN SHOECRAFT to Miss CAROLINE WART (Ward?).

Died:
At the residence of her son, Henry W. Colston, in New York on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 23, of consumption, MRS. MARY ANN COLSTON, in her 62nd year.

Nov. 26, 1864, of whooping cough, CORA IONA, daughter of HIRAM and ALICE A. LEWIS, age 1 month and 14 days.

December 1, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
At the residence of Mrs. Ranney, in the town of Clayton, on the 22d, by the Rev. George W. Fairman, MARTIN REED to MARY JANE RANNEY, all of Clayton.

In the village of Adams, on Tuesday, Nov. 29Th, by the Rev. T. Babcock, D.D., of Watertown, Mr. ISAAC B. PARDEE of Batavia, NY to Miss CARRIE, daughter of A. MAXON, Esq., of Adams.

On Wednesday, Nov. 30th by the same, JOHN A. REGA, M.D., of Belleville to Miss ELIZA A., daughter of ALEXANDER PARKER of Watertown.

On Thursday, Dec. 1st, by the same, WILLIAM ROSS to Miss MARY STEVENS, both of Watertown.

December 2, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
In New York City, on Wednesday, Nov. 30Th, by Rev. R. R. Booth, D.D., Rev. GEO. D. BAKER and GERTRUDE F., daughter of the late DAVID MAGIE.

Died:
In this village, Dec. 2d, JOHN P., son of JACOB and ELIZABETH HERMAS, age 10 years and 16 days. Funeral Sunday at his father's residence, Academy Street, at 10 o'clock p.m.

December 3, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
In Belleville, NY, Dec. 1, by the Rev. G. W. Divell, Mr. A. HOLLENBECK of Fort Covington, NY to Miss AMELIA L. A. TALLCOTT of the former place.

Died: In this village, Dec. 2nd JOHN P., son of JACOB and ELIZABETH HERMAS, age 10 years and 16 days. Funeral Sunday at his father's residence, Academy St. at 1 o'clock p.m.

December 5, 1864, p. 1:

Died:
In this village, Dec. 2d, of typhoid fever, SARAH, wife of THERON ZIMMERMAN, age 37 years, 10 months, 6 days.

December 8, 1864, p. 6:

Married:
At Evans Mills, Dec. 6th, 1864, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. ASHBEL ORTON of Williamstown, NY to MRS. LAVINIA A. HUNTLEY, of the former place.

At Lawton Hotel, at Evans Mills, Dec. 1st, 1864, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. ELIAS TIMMERMAN to Miss ANNA CHEENEY, both of Orleans, Jeff. Co.

Died:
At LeRay on Sunday Dec. 4, after a short illness, SARAH, wife of HIRAM CONVERSE, age 68 years.

December 9, 1864, p. 3:

Died:
At Hudson, Dec. 2d, EMMA CAMP, third daughter of Lieut. GEORGE H. CAMP of Sackets Harbor, NY in the 20th year of her age.

December 10, 1864, p. 22:

Married:
At St. John's Church, Buffalo, on Tuesday evening 8th inst., by the Rev. Geo. Morgan Bills, assisted by the Rev. O. Witherspoon, Mr. EDWARD DOWS and REBECCA, second daughter of SAMUEL A. PROVOOST, Esq., of Buffalo.

Died:
In Rutland, Nov. 27, of spinal consumption, WILLIE S. ORVIS, age 4 years, 3 months and 22 days; youngest child of CHESTER and ESTHER A. ORVIS.

At King Street Hospital in Alexandria, VA, recently, CHARLES T. EVANS, youngest son of CLIFT EAMES, Esq., of Rutland, of typhoid fever, age 18 years and one month. This being the fifth child they have buried from their domestic circle.

December 12, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
In Rome, on the 8th inst., at the parsonage of the Presbyterian Church by the Rev. U. S. Knox, JAMES C. WELLS to Miss HARRIETTE E. WARNER, both of Watertown, NY.

Died:
At City Point, Virginia, August 18, 1861, Mr. GEORGE SMITH of dysentery, age 26 years, 3 months and 14 days of Company B, 94th NY Regiment. He leaves a wife and two little children to mourn his death. He was born at Utica, NY, May 7th 1838. He lived at Martinsburgh, and then came to Rutland, Jeff. Co. In Jan. 1856, he came to Rodman where he resided until his enlistment which was on 29 October 1861. After being in the service for about six months, he was severely attacked with inflammation of the lungs, from which he but partially recovered, and sent to the hospital at Alexandria for about 18 months. He then joined his regiment at Annapolis and participated in the siege of Petersburgh. His funeral was attended at the Congregational Church in Rodman on the 11th of September 1864, just a few years from the day of his marriage. A very long presentation followed that was written in the field by L. W. Brintnall who found George in the hospital there and wrote a letter to Mrs. Smith on George's behalf. Brintnall advised not to move the soldier from that place as the corpse would be in no condition for you to look upon.

December 14, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
In Port Leyden, Lewis Co, on the 19th of November, ult, Mr. ALLEN DOUGLASS of congestion of the bowels, age 29 years.

December 16, 1864, p. 1:

Married:
Thursday, afternoon on the 15th instant, at Trinity Church, Watertown, by the Rev. Dr. Babcock, Rector, Mr. GEORGE HENRY WHEELER of Chicago, to Miss ALICE I., daughter of GILDEROY LORD, Esq., of Watertown.

Died:
At a field hospital near Petersburgh, Virginia, on the 4th day of December 1864, J. EDWIN GRAHAM, son of C. D. GRAHAM, Esq., of Stone Mills, NY, of fever, age 19 years. Funeral to be attended on the 1st day of January next at Stone Mills.

A Cape Vincent Lodge No. 283 F.A.M. Tribute held Dec. 5th 1864, for brother ELNATHAN JUDD.

December 20, 1864, p. 2:

Married:
On the 15th at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. J. Porter, Mr. NELSON LEWIS GREEN of Otsego to Miss MARIETTA PALMER of Watertown.

Died:
On the 15th day of October last, at Hounsfield, HENRY WOLEVER, late of the 18th NY Cavalry, age 22? years.

At the Hospital in City Point, VA. BRAYTON H. BARTLETTE, Co., C, NY Volunteers, age 21? years. He left a widow, an aged mother and loving brothers and sisters. His remains were embalmed and brought home under charge of his brother, JOHN BARLETTE. The funeral services took place at his mother's residence in North Adams on Sunday the 15th.

Another soldier surname CURTIS, whose notice followed, can't be read due to unreadable print quality, he was of Theresa and served at Petersburgh. He may have been William S. Curtis, age 24, of Unit 10 NYHA of Theresa, who enlisted 11 August 1862.

December 21, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
At Augur General Hospital, near Alexandria, Virginia, on the 25th of November, ult, JAMES DRYBURN, private, Co. A, 10th NY Artillery, of catarrhal fever age 42 years. He had been two years and about two months in the service. He was a husband and father.

At Watertown, NY Dec. 5th? 1864, AUGUSTA C. EDDY, eldest daughter of JOB and MIRIAM EDDY, age 17 years.

In Mannsville, NY on Sunday, Dec. 11th 1864, at 15 minutes past 8 o'clock p.m., of consumption, MERTON C. HUGHSON, age 19 years, 2 months and 11 days. Followed by a long obituary.

December 23, 1864, p. 4:

Died:
In this village, Dec. 21, JOHN, son of P. ODOUGHERTY, age 80? years and 8 months. Funeral Sunday, Dec. 25, at St. Patricks Church 2 o'clock p.m.

December 24, 1864, p. 3:

Married:
On the 23d of December, by the Rev. L. A. Bells, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. HOMER HOLCOMB, of Champion, Jeff. Co., NY, to Miss ALVIRA B. HAMBLIN, eldest daughter of R. L. HAMBLIN, Esq., of Charlestown, C.W. (Canada West)

December 27, 1864, p. 2:

Died:
In Dekalb, NY, Sept. 5th, after one week of great suffering, CATHARINE, eldest daughter of CHAUNCEY and RUTH SHIPPEE in the 18th? Year of her age. Her disease was typhoid malaria. She had recently attended a soldier who died a few days previous to her illness. The medical attendants think the disease was contagious.

December 28, 1864, p. 4:

Married:
At Georgetown, D. C., on Wednesday, Dec. 21st, by Rev. Pyne, Major D. D. PERKINS, U.S. Army and LIZZIE, only daughter of THOMAS HARWOOD, Esq., of Bath ME.

On the 15th? Inst. By Rev. Graves, Mr. M. PICKARD to Miss MARY COVELL both of Orleans.

On the __by the same, Mr. WM. HICKS to Miss M. J. PICKARD both of Orleans.

EDMONS-MILLER – unreadable.

Died:
RYDER, Unreadable but suggests it was another soldier who died in the line of duty. It may have been Washington Ryder of the 10th NY HA, of Antwerp. He enlisted 29 August 1864 at age 24.

December 29, 1864, p. 4:

Died:
At the residence of her daughter at Gunn's Corners in Clayton, on the 23d inst., CATHERINE, relict of JACOB, and mother of ALFRED KILBORN of Brownville, age 93 years.

December 30, 1864, p. 1:

Married: In Adams Centre, NY Dec. 27th, by Rev. E. Mills, Mr. OLIVER SWEET of Albany, NY and Miss SARAH E. BRIMMER of Berlin, NY

In this village, Dec. 28th by Rev. ? , Mr. HENRY S. BEARITAN of Champion to Miss REBECCA A. McNEIL of the same place.

At the residence of the bride's mother in Philadelphia, NY on the evening the 22d of December inst., by Rev. S. L. Meren of Theresa, Mr. EDWIN BUSH to JULIA, daughter of the Hon. ASEL W. DANFORTH.

Died:
BURLINGAME of Brownville, age 35

PRISBIE both notices unreadable.


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