NEW YORK REFORMER

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


January-June, July-December


NEW YORK REFORMER NEWSPAPER
PUBLISHED WATERTOWN NY- (JANUARY-JUNE 1865)

January 2, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
At the Brick Hotel in Theresa, Dec. 27, by H. O. Tilden, Mr. GEORGE N. CRABB, of Alexandria to Miss SUSAN WRIGHT of Theresa.

At the residence of the bride's father, No. 18 Bronson Street, Watertown, by the Rev. Mr. Armstrong, Mr. GILBERT R. SPICER of Stone Mills and Miss ELLEN E. CRATSENBERG of Watertown.

January 3, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
On the 31st of December 1864 at N. A. Perkins' Hotel, in the village of Theresa, by J. L. Huntington, Esq., Mr. S. E. WICKS and Miss MARIA L. GILLET, both of Antwerp

Died:
MARTIN FELT of Felt's Mills, who was a Union soldier in Co. C, 13th NY A, died on the 30th ult, at the hospital in Baltimore. He was 18 years and died of a disease contracted in camp.

In Theresa, Nov. 26, 1864, of congestion of the lungs, CHARLES J. WILSON, nephew of G. W. JENKS, Esq., of this town, age 40 years, 1 month and 9 days. He leaves a wife and children to mourn his loss.

CORPORAL SAMUEL CROUCH, of Co. H. Tenth NY Artillery, who died Nov. 7, 1864, at Winchester, VA in the 18th year of his age. His remains were sent home, and conducted by a military escort to the grave at Sackets Harbor. He had served for two years and three months. He left a bereaved mother.

January 4, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
Tuesday evening, Jan. 3d at the home of the bride in Watertown, by Rev. C. N. Pettengill of Whitesboro, JOHN L. TILDEN, M.D., Assistant Surgeon USA of Syracuse to LYDIA A., eldest daughter of D. N. BOSWORTH, Esq.

Died:
On the battlefield of Cedar Creek, VA Oct. 19th, 1864, DANIEL D. VAN ALLEN, age 23 years, son of Widow VAN ALLEN of Brownville. He served two years in the 35th , he re-enlisted into the 2d Connecticut Heavy Artillery, at Hartford, Conn., about one year since. He sleeps with the heroic dead near the scene of his last conflict with treason. Funeral services will be held for him at the Presbyterian Church in Dexter, on Sunday, 8th inst., at 11 o'clock a.m.

January 5, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
In Brownville, on the 2d inst., Mrs. FRANCES ELIZA WILSON, daughter of the late JAMES SHIELDS, Esq., and wife of the Rev. MOSES E. WILSON in the 29th year of her age. Funeral services on Friday at 2 o'clock p.m., at the house.

January 6, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
At the bride's fathers in Hounsfield, Dec. 27th by Rev. S. Dewey, RALPH GODFREY of Sackets Harbor, to Miss JANE STOODLEY.

At the house of the bride's father, Dec. 30 by the Rev. G. W. Fairman, JOHN WIEDERMANN to Miss NANCY E. CARPENTER, all of Cape Vincent.

On the 3d inst., by Rev. G. J. Crane, M.M., B. LAWTON of Polaski, to Miss OLIVIA E. SHIPMAN of Warsaw, Wyoming, County

By the same at the same place, WM. WIGGINS of Michigan, to Miss ELLEN SHIPMAN of Warsaw.

Died:
At Cold Spring, Onondaga Co, Nov. 5th, 1864, of congestion of the lungs, ADELL H. LANDON, only daughter of L. S. LANDON of Belleville, age 18 years. Owing to sickness in the family, the funeral services were deferred until Sunday, Dec. 18th, when Prof. Houghton preached to a large and sympathizing audience at the Baptist Church.

In hospital at Alexandria, VA, on the 10th of December last, LEWIS H. SAGE of Company A, 186th Regiment of NY Vols., of typhoid fever, age 20 years and 25 days. The deceased was a son of A. G. SAGE of Denmark, Lewis Co.

In Lyme, Jefferson Co., Nov. 25, 1864, of typhus fever, WM. H. WINCH of Company L, 10th NY Heavy Artillery.

January 9, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
In Henderson, Dec. 30 by Rev. Lawson Muzzy, Mr. LUTHER M. FILLMORE to MYRA B. FINNEY, all of Henderson.

Died:
In LeRay, Dec. 21st of consumption, MARIA, wife of ROJAH COREY, age 62 years.

At the residence of her son, L. A PIERCE, in Ogdensburgh, on the 20th of December last, MRS. ACHSAH A. PIERCE, wife of NATHAN PIERCE, age 64 years. She was for many years a resident of Watertown.

At her residence in Henderson, December 12, MARY, wife of H. HALLIDAY in the ___year of her age.

At Detroit, Michigan, MARY S. PENFIELD, sister-in-law of Rev. P. Snyder, and for many years a member of his family.

January 11, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
In Adams, January 1st of consumption, MARGARET, wife of LOREN FOX, age 38 years.

HERBERT R., son of RUSSELL and MILEA McCLURE, of diptheria, in Lorraine, August 24th, 1864, age 11 years.

ABBY W., eldest daughter of RUSSELL and MILEA McCLURE, of consumption in Lorraine, Dec. 28th, 1864, age 16 years and two months.

In King Branch Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia, December 28th? of typhoid fever, CHARLES TYLER EAMES age 18 years of Company D., 186th Reg. NY Vols, youngest son of C. EAMES, of Rutland, NY. He was a member of the Congregational Church. (long obituary followed notice)

January 12, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
In Lafargeville, Jan. 10th by Rev. H. Ward, Mr. THOMAS G. CURRIER and Miss HARRIET A. EPPS.

January 13, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
In Antwerp, on the evening of the 11th inst., at the residence of his son-in-law, Dr. Ira H. Abell, COL. JOSEPH WIGGINS, age 79 years. Vermont papers please copy.

At Indianapolis, Ind., on the morning of January 1st of scarlet fever, NELLIE A., youngest daughter of GEORGE and HELEN McCOMBER, age 2 years and 9 months.

January 14, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
By Rev. J. J. Porter, on the 10th inst, at the residence of the bride's mother, in this village, GEO L. DAVIS to Miss CORNELIA L. LEWIS.

Died:
In Boonville, Oneida Co, Oct. 19, 1864, Mr. OLIVER PHELPS age 56 years. For half a century he was a resident of Leyden, Lewis Co.

At Field Hospital, Sandy Hook, Maryland, GEORGE DANVER of Co. L. 10th NY Artillery, age 36 years. He went out with the recruits from Dexter, on the first of Jan. 1864 and died October 11th from exhaustion in marching. His wife and two children are in Waterville, VT where they anxiously awaited his return.

January 16, 1865, p. 4:

Died:
On the 11th inst., of dropsy of the heart, MRS. MARY VEBER, wife of WILLIAM VEBER of Antwerp, Jeff. Co.

January 17, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At the residence of the bride's father in Cape Vincent, Jan. 9th? By the Rev. A. N. Damon, Mr. BENJAMIN H. STEDMAN to Miss JULIA STEEL, all of Cape Vincent, NY.

By the same, Jan. 1st, Mr. JAMES KING of Cape Vincent to Mrs. MARY E. BABCOCK of Roblin, C.W. (Canada West)

By the same in Cape Vincent, Dec. 29, 1864, Mr. MYRON W. GOTHAM of Clayton, to Miss LIZZIE M. CARVER of Cape Vincent.

On the 4th inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Hon. GEO. M. HOPKINSON to MRS. HANNAH A. DENNISON, both of Ellisburgh.

At Black River on the evening of Jan. 18, by Rev. E. E. Kellogg, Mr. BYRON COLE and Miss ANNA HAWLEY, all of Perch River.

Died:
In Champion, ANNA M. GRISWOLD, daughter of JOHN and OLIVE GRISWOLD of Montague, Lewis Co., age 4 years and ___months.

At Sackets Harbor, Jeff. Co., on the 8th day of October last, MARGARET COLTON, age 22 years, 5 months and 5 days.

January 19, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
In North Watertown, on Wednesday evening, Jan. 18th, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. O. C. Cole, Mr. M. L. RAYMOND of Reedsboro, Vermont to Miss BELL BROWN of the former place.

At the residence of Jonas Walrath, North Watertown, January 17th by the Rev. J. W. Armstrong, HENRY DEVANDORF to Miss CATHARINE BAUDER of Bronwville.

January 20, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
At Perch River, Jefferson Co., on Sunday, Nov. 13, 1864 of typhoid fever, Rev. G. W. CALKINS, age 28 years. He was a native of Perch River and united with the M. E. Church early in life. In 1863 he married SARAH SPICER, youngest daughter of SILAS F. SPICER of Perch River. In 1864 he went to his country's call. On Tuesday, the 15th, his mortal remains were deposited in the quiet burying ground of his paternal home.

January 21, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
At the Field Depot Hospital, City Point, of a fever, Nov. 27, 1864, FRANCIS AUGSBURY, age 35 years. He was a resident of the Town of Theresa and enlisted in Co. E, 186th Reg. NY. He was a devoted husband and father. He left a wife, a small child, two brothers and an only sister. His remains were brought home and were entered in the burying ground at Theresa, on the 5rh instant.

In this village Jan. 20th, MARY M., wife of Capt. E. H. TOBEY, age 35 years and 4 months.

January 23, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
On the 10th inst., by the Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. H. O. KENYON of Toledo, Ohio to Miss AURETTA E. SMITH of Hounsfield.

January 24, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
In Wilna, on the morning of the 13th inst., after a short and severe illness of three days, Mr. PETER CROWNER, age 42 years, 9 months and 20 days.

Also, on the morning of the 12th inst., after an illness of twelve hours, BIRON, youngest son of PETER and SUSAN CROWNE, age 2 years, 5 months and 18 days.

In Earl, Lasalle Co., IL, on the 8th of Jan., HARRY SOULE, son of HENRY M. and JENNIE B. WILCOX, age 8 months and 10 days.

In Lafargeville on the 30th Nov. 1864, of consumption, Miss ANN SIMMONDS, in the 28th year of her age.

At his residence, Lafargeville, January 18th, WILLARD TARBELL, in the 68th year of his age. He was born in Chester, Windsor Co., VT but for the last 36 years had been a resident of Lafargeville.

January 25, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
At Barnes Corners, January 18th 1865, by Rev. w. S. Chase, Sergeant R. R. FRYER of Co. E., 6th NY Cavalry, to Miss LOUISA J. YORK, all of Worth, NY.

At the Davis House, Evans Mills, Jan. 2d, 1865, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. SIDNEY Y. KEYES of Theresa, and Miss CORNELIA WILSON of Philadelphia, Jeff. Co., NY.

January 26, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
By the Rev. E. Barnes at his residence in Sackets Habor on the 22d inst., GEORGE FRINK to Miss MARY PATRICK, all of Sackets Harbor.

January 28, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
At Antwerp, Dec. 18th by Rev. J. E. Maynard, Mr. WM. H. WYETT, to Miss MARY BARNUM, both of Antwerp.

At Antwerp, by the same, Jan. 1st, Mr. JOHN C. SARTWELL of VT, to Miss ANGELIA M. SOLMES of Richville, NY.

Died:
At Antwerp, Dec. 29th, Mr. ISRAEL TASKET, age 65 years and 2 months.

In Sackets Harbor, on Thursday, the 26th inst., MRS. HARRIET B. HUNTER, in the 41st year of her age. Funeral at the house on Monday next, at 1 o'clock p.m.

January 30, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
In Belleville, Jan. 22d by the Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. A. W. KILBY to Miss FRANK A. FISH, both of Belleville.

At the bride's fathers, in Sackets Harbor, Jan. 26th, 1865, by Rev. S. Dewey, Mr. JOHN GILLICK to Miss ELIZA JANE VIVIAN, all of Sackets Harbor.

January 31, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At Perkins' Hotel, Theresa, Jan. 28, 1865, by Rev. S. L. Merrell, Mr. HENRY COLONY and Miss RHODA M. SPALSBURY, both of Antwerp.

Died:
At Brownville, Jan. 25, of apoplexy, SIMEON GALE, age 76 years.

At her residence on Pillar Point, January 30, 1865, MRS. CATHERINE, consort of DEACON SOLOMON INGALLS, of apoplexy, age 80 years and 21 days. The funeral will be attended from her late residence on Wednesday, the 1st of February at 11 a.m.

February 2, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
At the Kirby House, in Watertown, on the morning of Feb. 2d, 1865, by Rev. E. R. Kellogg, Mr. ORVILLE V. WOODWARD of Black River and Miss LUCY A. GIPSON of Felts Mills.

Died:
In the U. S. Hospital at Martinsburg, VA, Nov. 7, 1864, of typhoid fever, LEWIS G. NIMS of Co. I, 10th NY Artillery, age 16 years, 4? months and 7 days. The funeral will be at the residence of his father on Arsenal Street, Feb. 3, 1865 at 2 o'clock p.m.

On the 30th January 1865, IDA MAY NOTHMAN, daughter of JOHN J. and C. NOTHMAN, age 5 years and 3 months.

February 3, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
At Evans Mills, Oct. 19, 1864, WM. S. POTTER, son of ELISHA POTTER, age 46 years.

At Evans Mills on the 3d inst., EMILY J. POTTER, daughter of ELISHA POTTER, age 28 years. Funeral at the house on Sunday the 4th inst.

February 6, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
At the residence of STEPHEN CONKLIN in the village of Antwerp, on Sunday, Feb. 5th, 1865, LUTHER G. CONKLIN, only child of JOHN H. CONCKLIN, age 22 years and 10 months.

February 7, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
In Champion, on Wednesday, 11th instant, MRS. JAMES HUNT, age 52 years, 10 months.

In Rutland, of consumption, August 9th, 1864, Miss HARRIET TAMBLIN, daughter of ABNER TAMBLIN, Esq., age 30 years and 3 months.

In Rutland, Feb. 3d, 1865, Miss SUSAN TAMBLIN, daughter of ABNER TAMBLIN, Esq., age 49 years and 3 months.

In Belleville, NY, Jan. 31st, after an illness of many years, LOUISA A., wife of T. G. WAIT in the 59th year of her age.

In Champion, Jan. 12, 1865, ANNA M. GRISWOLD, age 4 years, 8 months.

At the same place, January 22, IDA RUTH GRISWOLD, age 6 years and 4 months, children of JOHN and OLIVE R. GRISWOLD of Montague, Lewis Co., of diptheria.

February 8, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
In LeRayville, Feb. 7th by the Rev. B. Ward, Mr. A. L. SMITH to Miss ANN E. GREENLEAF, both of Sackets Harbor.

Died:
In Theresa, on the morning of Feb. 4th, 1865, of mental paralysis, FRANKLIN REDINGTON, age 65 years, 25 days.

February 9, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
In Theresa at Perkins' Hotel, Feb. 1, by the Rev. S. L. Merrille, Mr. SAMUEL H. PATTERSON of Orleans, to Miss EMERETT MERRILL of Clayton.

February 10, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
In North Watertown on Wednesday eve. Jan. 18th at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. O. C. Cole, Mr. M. L. RAYMOND of Readsboro, Vermont, to Miss BELLE BROWN of the former place.

Died:
At Carthage, on the morning of February 8th, MERRILL MIDDLETON, son of WILLIAM M. and MARGARET JANE COBURN, age 13 years, 10 months and 23 days. Funeral services at Carthage on Friday 10 a.m. and at Brookside Cemetery in the afternoon. His death was a malignant fever of only four days. He was the oldest of four children.

February 13, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
At Rural Hill in Jefferson Co, on Sunday, February 5th, of chronic diarrhea, Corporal M. LITTLEFIELD of company E. Tenth Reg. NY Heavy Artillery, son of LYMAN and PERSIS LITTLEFIELD, age 23 years. He was one of the first to join the Tenth Regiment. He came home in November on sick furlough and was never able to return. He left a widow.

February 14, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
At the residence of JOSEPH FIRTH, North Russell, St. Lawr. Co., Feb. 7, 1865, MRS. HARRIET MOTT, age 34 years, wife of WILLIAM MOTT of Henderson, Jefferson Co.

February 16, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
Near Belleville, by Rev. A. Cleghorn, at the residence of Fred Williams, Esq., on the 12th inst., Mr. JOSEPH C. McDONALD and Miss MARY JENNET BROWN both of Belleville.

February 17, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
At Mr. Francis Cole's in Alexandria, Feb. 7th, by Rev. H. O. Tilden, JOSEPH PETRIE and OLIVE A. PARSONS, all of Alexandria.

Died:
On the 14th inst., M. M. ALICE?, daughter of M. and ELIZA GALVIN, age 3 years.

February 18, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
Feb. 14th, in 3 Mile Bay, HURBERT W., only child of Rev. ROSS C. and ADDIE R. HOUGHTON, age 6 months.

February 20, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At the residence of the bride's father, in Rutland, Feb. 14th, 1865, by Rev. E. E. Kellogg, Mr. LEWIS C. DUNN and Miss EUNICE A. ALDRICH, all of Rutland.

Died:
At her residence in this village, on Saturday the 18th inst., MRS. DELIA A., consort of MOSES EAMES, Esq, of disease of the liver, age 54 years, 4 months.

February 21, 1865, p. 6:

Died:
At the residence of his father, No. 21 State Street, Monday, Feb. 29th, EBENEZER M. LEACH, age 24 years. Funeral services at the house at 10 o'clock tomorrow. Friends are invited to attend.

February 22, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At the residence of the bride in Sanford's Corners, on the evening of Feb. 20th, 1865, by the Rev. E. E. Kellogg, Mr. WILLIAM WOLF of Black River and MRS. SARAH DENIO of the former place.

Feb. 15 at the Parsonage at Evans Mills, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. NORMAN COUNTRYMAN, of Pamelia, to Miss MARY BEDFORD of Leray.

February 23, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
In this village, on the 21st inst., MRS. HANNAH ELDER, age 65 years. Funeral at the house on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

In this village, Feb. 20, 1865, HATTIE A., youngest daughter of THADDEUS and MARY LEISURE, age 5 years, 11 months and 20 days.

February 25, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At the residence of Geo. Porter, Esq., on the 23d inst, by Rev. O. C. Cole, EDWARD P. BATES of New York to VICTORIA B. PORTER of Watertown.

At the residence of the bride's father, near Smithville, Feb. 22d, by Rev. Edward Mills, Mr. GEORGE W. FELT and Miss SARAH L, eldest daughter of Mr. M. BOSWORTH, all of Adams, NY.

At the house of the bride's father, in Belleville, Feb. 23d, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. JOHN J. FREEMAN to Miss ADELLA C. RICHARDS, both of Belleville.

On the 9th inst., at Pillar Point, by Rev. W. Campbell, Miss ELIZA J. INGERSON of Florence, Michigan and Capt. C. E. BROWN of Sackets Harbor, NY.

Died:
On the 19th inst., at Chaumont, MRS. HARRIET KNAPP, age 71 years, 11 months, 19 days.

February 27, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
At the residence of his son, W. B. Smith, Feb. 26th, 1865, COL. NICHOLAS SMITH, age 87 years.

In Harrisburgh, at the residence of her son, DARIUS SHERWIN, Feb. 17th, MRS. LUCY KYES, wife of AARON KYES, deceased, formerly of Jeff. Co., age 89 years and 9 months.

February 28, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
At the residence of the bride's father, in Juhelville, Feb. 19th, by Rev. O. C. Cole, Mr. SHERMAN ALEXANDER and Miss HELEN H. RIEVIRE, all of Watertown.

March 1, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At the house of the bride's father in Harrisburgh, Feb. 14th, 1865, by Rev. E. S. Cheeseman, Mr. GEORGE R. NORTH, hospital steward, Co. M., 5th NY Artillery, and Miss HARRIET LOOMIS, of Harrisburg, Lewis Co.

At the Parsonage in Copenhagen, Feb. 15, 1865, by the same, Mr. ROBERT ROBERTS of Harrisburgh, Lewis Co., NY and Miss DOROTHY OWENS of Steuben, Herkimer Co.

By the same, at Copenhagen, Feb. 16th, 1865, Mr. JOHN H. SMITH and Miss JANETTE J. GOULD all of Harrisburgh.

At Stillman's Hotel in Copenhagen, by the same, Feb. 21, 1865, Mr. WM. A. RAGAN and Miss MARTHA S. ADAMS, all of Lowville.

Died:
In Russell, St. Lawr. Co., Feb. 24th, 1865, ORVILLE, son of CHARLES V. and CAROLINE E. GALE, age 16? years.

In this village, Feb. 26, JANE, wife of ROBERT HENDERSON, age 35 years, 11 months and 1 day.

March 2, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
In Hounsfield, on the 18th ult, ELIAS FRINK, age 60 years.

March 4, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At the Parsonage of the ME church at Plessis, March 2, by Rev. H. O. Tilton, Mr. ALFRED A. AVERY to Miss LYDIA MACKPIECE, all of Alexandria.

Died:
At Milford, Jeff. Co., Wisconsin, on Friday, Feb. 14, 1865, JAY WARREN, son of N. and CHARLOTTE A. INGALLS, age 10 years, 10 months and __days.

In this village, March 4th, THEDA FARNHAM, age 36 years. Funeral services at Baptist Church, Tuesday, half past ten a.m.

March 8, 1865, p. 4:

Died:
At the residence of his son, in Watertown, March 5th, 1865, ANTHONY DEMARCE, age ? years and 2 days.

Suddenly, of disease of the heart, at No. 7 St. Mark's Place, in the city of New York, ELI P. SHERMAN, age 45 years. Funeral services will be held at the house of his brother, JOHN A. SHERMAN, at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.

March 9, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At the bride's house, on the 2d inst., by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. HENRY S. POOL to Miss HATTIE N. GIFFORD, both of Ellisburgh.

March 11, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
In Brownville, on the 10th inst., Dr. J. MASURY, age 75 years. Funeral services at his residence, in Brownville, at 10 o'clock, Monday March 13.

In this village, at the residence of her son, M. J. CONNELLY, on Wednesday, the 8th inst., MARYANN CONNELLY, age 60 years. Funeral services will be held at the Catholic church tomorrow, Sunday, at 2 ½ p.m.

In this village, Friday moring, March 10th, LILLIE EVA, youngest daughter of CALVIN and HESTER DECKER, age 11 years and 10 days. Funeral services at the Arsenal Street Church, Sunday morning at 10 ½ a.m.

In Camp Canby, at Rennesville, Louisiana, RICHARD GAYER of Co. H., 18th NY Cavalry, age about 31 years. He was buried with full military honors. He was formerly an employee in Mr. Remington's paper mill.

March 14, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At Great Bend, March 2d, by Rev. J. Gardner, SEYMOUR LOCKLIN, Esq., and Miss CELESTIA PECK.

By the same, March 9th, Mr. J. G. FRANCIS and Miss MARY E. FREEMAN, all of the above place.

Died:
On Tuesday, the 14th March, inst., of paralysis, MRS. ALTHEA B., wife of SOLON MASSEY, of this village, in the 63rd year of her age.

March 15, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
March 9th, at the residence of the bride's father, in Clayton, by the Rev. H. F. Spencer, Mr. MILAN P. LITTLEFIELD of Ellisburgh, to Miss CARRIE DORR of Clayton, NY.

Died:
In Clayton, Feb. 11th 1865, of consumption, ELIZA A., wife of ANSON T. PUTNAM, age 34 years, 8 months and 5 days.

March 14th at her father's residence in LeRay, LOUISA M., daughter of Rev. ELIJAH SMITH, age 31 years. Funeral on Thursday, 15th, at 11 o'clock a.m., at the church at Sanford's Corners.

March 15, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
On Pillar Point, Jeff. Co., Jan. 17th, 1865, MRS. MARY M. ROUNDS, relict of the late CAPT. GEORGE ROUNDS, in the 68th year of her age. She left a family of nine children and grandchildren.

March 17, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
In Sackets Harbor, March 15th 1865, by Rev. S. Dewey, Sergeant NATHAN A. EVERETT of 16th US Infantry, to Miss SARAH A. EBBENS of Theresa, NY.

March 18, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
Feb. 12 by Rev. J. W. Armstrong, Mr. HENRY ANDREWS of Rutland, to Miss CAROLINE ADAMS of Rodman.

Died:
At Andersonville, SC, 1864, SERGT. THOMAS J. MILAN, Co. A., 12th NY Cavalry, age 23 years, 6 months. He was the only child of widow Milan of Brownville. He was captured on the 20th of April 1864, at the surrender of Plymouth and taken to Andersonville, where he suffered in the extreme as one of our prisoners there. His captain told his mother that she might well be proud of her son as he was in every respect a good and trustworthy soldier.

In Evans Mills, Thursday, March 16th 1865, ELISHA POTTER, age 78 years. Funeral from his late residence, Sunday, March 19 at 12 p.m.

March 20, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
On the 12th? Inst., by D. L. Pierce, Esq., at the residence of E. Farr in the town of Cape Vincent, Mr. GEORGE A. FARR of Canada West and MARY A. HARRINGTON of Henderson, NY.

On the 1st last, at the Parsonage, Adams Center, by Rev. Edward Mills, Mr. BRADLEY H. RICHARDSON of Parish, Oswego Co., and Miss MARY E. BEARDSLEY of Hounsfield, NY.

On the 7th inst., by the same, Mr. PORTER GREEN, and ANNIE E. COON, both of Adams.

Died:
At his residence on Pillar Point, Thursday, March 16, ASA C. ACKERMAN, in the 70th year of his age.

March 21, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
At Delavan, Walworth Co, WI on Sunday, March 12th 1865, MRS. ELIZA PUFFER of Evans Mills, Jeff. Co. in the 60th? Year of her age.

At the residence of John Clark, Esq., March 21, 1865, Miss SEVIAH BENTON, age 81 years, having been a member of Mr. Clark's family for the last 32 years. Funeral services will be solemnized at his house on Thursday, the 23d instant at 2 p.m.

March 22, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
In Champion, at the residence of the bride's father, March 15th, 1865, by Eld. B. F. Bush, Mr. CHAUNCEY CLARK and Miss GERTRUDE D. BUCK, daughter of THEODORUS BUCK, Esq., both of Champion.

March 27, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
CHARLIE JAY SMILEY, at the residence of his father, in Watertown, on the 26th inst., age 11 years. Funeral tomorrow at 10 a.m., at the residence of the father.

In Adams Hospital, Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 29, 1864, of inflammatory rheumatism, STEPHEN ROGERS JR., age 25 years, 9 months and 11 days, son of STEPHEN and OLIVE ROGERS, Brownville. Stephen was left while quite young, without the protection of his parents and lived in the town of Brownville until he was 17 years of age and then removed to Iowa, where at the age of 22, he experienced religion and joined a Society called the “Band of Brothers”. Soon after which he enlisted in the 1st Missouri Light Artillery. He wrote to a brother in Iowa that he still enjoyed the blessings of religion.

At Black River, March 27, 1865, ELLA R., eldest daughter of EPHRAIM J. and EUPHEMIA O. PIERCE, age 17 years, 8 months and 10 days.

March 30, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At the house of Jno. Ecker, Plessis, March 28, 1865, by Rev. S. L. Merrell, Dr. CHARLES M. MARTIN of Greenville, Mich. And Miss SARAH E. ECKER of Plessis.

Died:
In Champion, on the 26th inst., of spotted fever, after a brief, painful illness, MRS. SUSAN, wife of J. HAYDEN CLARK, age 37 years, 2 months and 9 days.

In Cincinnati, Ohio, JOHN HENSHAW, son of BENJ. HENSHAW of this place, age 38 years.

At his residence in this town, January 13, 1865, of typhoid pneumonia, RICHARD TAYLOR, age 55 years, 4 months and 17 days.

March 31, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
In Philadelphia, March 21, 1865, MRS. SALLY TOWNE, age 73 years.

April 6, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
In Watertown, April 4th by Rev. T. J. Sawyer, DD, JAMES I. SCOLLARD, M.D., of Clinton and Miss ELLON R. WHITE, daughter of Dr. White of this village.

April 7, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. G. W. Divoll, G. G. HEMENWAY of Ellisburgh and MERCY A., daughter of SAMUEL SMITH, Esq., of Watertown.

Died:
At Barnes Corners, March 8th, JAMES M. GRAHAM, age 39 years, 10 months and 5 days. He was born in Oppenheim, Fulton Co, May 3, 1825. He was a husband and father who left a wife and three children and an aged mother.

April 8, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
At the residence of the bride's parents, March 26th, by Rev. W. S. Chase, Mr. BENJAMIN FREEMAN to Miss JULIA A. FULLER, all of Montague, Lewis Co., NY.

April 10, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
On the 10th inst., FRANK I. STEPHENS, youngest son of HENRY STEPHENS, age 14 years and 9 months. Funeral at the house No. 51 High St., 9 ½ o'clock Wednesday.

In the town of LeRay, on the 9th inst., NATHAN COFFEEN, age 48 years. His funeral will be held at the Presbyterian Church in Brownville, tomorrow at 2 p.m.

April 11, 1865, p. 4:

Died:
COL. JOSEPH SPRATT died at the residence of his mother in this village, on Sunday, April 9th, at the age of about 34 years. He was born and brought up in this village. His received a military education at West Point, being there three years. In 1852 he commenced the study of law in the office of his uncle, Judge Mullin, and was admitted to practice in the fall of 1853. He was engaged in the practice of law until the summer of 1861, when he enlisted as a volunteer in the army and raised a company of light artillery. He became Captain of Battery H., 1st NY Artillery. Col. Spratt and his battery, was in battle in the Peninsula Campaign of Gen. McClellan, including the battle of Fair Oakes on the 31st of May, 1862. It was there that he was wounded in the shoulder. Capt. Spratt recovered sufficiently to return to his battery in the fall of 1862 and was promoted to Major of the 10th NY Artillery. He became its Lieut. Colonel, and continued until the summer of 1864, when sickness caused him to resign and he received an honorable discharge.

April 12, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
In Brownville, March 24?, WILLIAM CROUCH, son of GEORGE and HANNAH STEELE, age 14 years.

April 15, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At the ME Parsonage in Sprague's Corners, on the 9th inst., by Rev. G. P. Kenney, Mr. JASPER ROBINSON to Miss KATE JOHNSON, both of Antwerp, NY.

In Henderson, the 2d instant, by Rev. L. Muzzy, Mr. WILLIAM DEWITT of Ernestown, Canada, to Miss ELIZA HICKS of Henderson.

Died:
In Carthage at the residence of Mrs. Salter, while attending Miss Graham's Young Ladies' School, on the 20th day of February 1865, of spotted fever, ADDIE DE LAFLEUR, age 16 years, 3 months and 11 days, and eldest daughter of PETER and RUTH DE LAFLEUR, of Wilna, and late of Belleville in this county. (long obituary followed)

April 17, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
At Watertown, April 16th, 1865, FREDERICK E. TAMBLIN, son of J. W. and EMELINE B. TAMBLIN, age 20 years. Funeral at residence No. 40 Stone St., Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock.

On the 24th of February, 1865, CORNELIA A., daughter of THOMAS and CAROLINA JEWELL, and wife of T. W. FULLER, age 28 years, 7 months and 8 days.

In the battle at Five Forks, VA, Private FRANK FISK, son of WM. FISK of Pillar Point, age 18 years. The funeral service will be held in the church at the Ferry on Sunday, the 30th of April inst., at 11 o'clock a.m.

April 25, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
At Sackets Harbor on the 29th inst., by Rev. Mr. Barnes, 1st Lieut. WALTER CLIFFORD, 16th US Infantry, and Miss HATTIE COLWELL of Watertown.

In Belleville, March 15th, by the Rev. G. W. Divoll, Mr. JAS. N. LARUE of Escott, C.W., to Miss ADELL CORNISH, of Belleville.

Died:
In Brooklyn, on Sunday, April 23d, EDMUND FOSTER, son of SARAH A. and the late MARCUS HUNGERFORD, in the 18th year of his age. Funeral on Wednesday, April 26th, at 3 o'clock p.m., from his late residence, 59 Court, St., Watertown, NY.

At Sackets Harbor, March 31st, 1865, ABRAHAM SCHUYLER, age 68 years. He had been a resident in Sackets Harbor for about forty years and a businessman. He was buried with Masonic honors.

In the engagement of April 2d, 1865, FRANCIS M. ACKERMAN, a member of Co. C., 10th NY Heavy Artillery. He left his family early last autumn to go into the military. His funeral will be attended next Sabbath, April 30th, at 10 ½ o'clock, a.m., in Philadelphia, NY.
At Sanford's Corners, April 18th, JOSEPHINE M. HINES, of consumption, age 20 years and 4 months. She was buried next to her sister. (short obituary followed)

April 26, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
Died at Fulton, ILL, on the 21st inst., MRS. LORINDA S. COVERT, wife of REV. JOHN COVERT, late of Terre Haute, Ind., She was born in Adams, Jefferson Co., NY in 1801 and married in 1832. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Adams. (a very nice obituary followed detailing her educational background and life achievements)

April 27, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
On the 25th day of April 1865, in LeRay, at the residence of the bride, by Isaac Howe, Esq., RUFUS K. JOY and MRS. SARAH ROGERS.

Died:
Killed in the engagement of April 2, 1865, Mr. FRANCIS M. ACKERMAN, a member of Co. C, 10th NY Heavy Artillery. (notice above)

April 28, 1865, p. 4:

Died:
In Brownville, on the 28th inst., MARY A., wife of GEORGE STEBBINS, age 45 years. Funeral on Saturday at 3 p.m.

May 1, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
On the 27th ult, at the residence of the bride's father, in Loweville, by the Rev. Mr. Jones, GILES C. EASTON, merchant, with Miss MARY C. BATCHELLER, daughter of S. B. BATCHELLER, Esq., all of Lowville.

Died:
In Theresa, April the 11th, after five months of severe suffering, HARRISON, eldest son of ISAAC and MARTHA HAMILTON, age 53 years. He left his aged parents, two brothers and three sisters to mourn his loss.

At San Jose, California, March 26th, 1865, JAMES H. SYMONDS, of paralysis, age 38 years, 6 months.

May 2, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
On the 39th ult, by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. RUFUS BLACKSTONE of East Rodman, to Miss CHARLOTTE A. FULLER of Pinckney, NY.

May 3, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At the residence of the bride in Sackets Harbor, by Rev. S. Dewey, JAMES M. LYMON of Rodman, 1st Lt., 45th Regt. U.S.C. Troops, to Miss ANNA B. HARLOW of Sackets Harbor.

Died:
April 23d, 1865, at his father's, EATON A. SIKES, age 31 years, adopted son of N. C. SIKES of Watertown. Eaton was taken sick in the army and came home to die, a victim of the rebellion of slavery-loving traitors.

At the residence of his brother-in-law, John E. Kemp, Esq., on the 30th of April, of consumption, ANDREW SIGOURNEY, age 45 years.

At the residence of her son, L. BARROWS in Sackets Harbor, May 1st, 1865, MIRIAM BARROWS in the 84th year of her age.

May 8, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
In Dexter, on Monday, May 8, 1865, JEREMIAH WINAGAR, age 86 years.

In this village, on the 6th inst., ANTHONY LEASURE, age 75 years, 6 months. Funeral this afternoon, at the residence of his son, on Court Street, at 4 o'clock.

In Watertown, May 6th, 1865, MARY, daughter of S. E. and MYRA J. ADAMS, age 9 years, 7 months and 12 days. Funeral at the residence of her father, at 1 o'clock p.m., tomorrow, Tuesday.

May 9, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
In Antwerp, April 24th, 1865, of diptheria, REUBEN L., eldest son of MERRITT and MARY KELSEY, age 8 years, 20 months and 5 days. April 25th, 1865, of diptheria, ZINA M., second son of Merritt and Mary, age 4 years, 6 months and 6 days.

May 13, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
In the County House, on the 11th inst., AMOS RICHARDSON, age 84 years on the 29th of March last.

In this village, on the 12th inst., CLARA MAUD, infant daughter of ROBERT J. and PHOEBE HOLMES, age 1 year and 6 months. Funeral at the house, 28 Massey St., tomorrow, Sunday, at 4 o'clock p.m.

May 16, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At Lawton's Hotel, Evans Mills, May 14, 1865, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. WILLIAM J. REED of Albany, NY to Miss MARY A. LAWTON, of the former place.

On the 26th of April, at Evans Mills, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. OREON KING to Miss MELISSA ZIMMERMAN, all of Leray.

Died:
On Monday, May 15th at Cooperstown Seminary, after a short, severe illness, ALBERT R. ALVERSON, age 17 years and 5 months, son of SAMUEL and MARY ALVERSON, of East Hounsfield, Jeff. Co., NY. Funeral at E. Hounsfield Church, Wednesday, May 17th at 1 o'clock p.m.

At Hermon, St. Lawr. Co., April 15, 1865, MRS. RHODA CRANDALL, formerly of Champion, Jeff. Co., age 77 years.

May 17, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
At Fort Hamilton, NY, on the 9th of May, Lieutenant JOHN ANTOINE DUVILLARD, son of the late JOHN DUVILLARD of Cape Vincent, age 31 years. He left a wife, who was the daughter of JOHN R. BARTLETT, Secretary of State of the State of Rhode Island) and a son of five years. (a very long obituary followed which detailed his education and military career)

May 18, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
In Kingston, NY, on the morning of April 11th, by Rev. Z. Grenell, Jr., Mr. W. D. L. ROBBINS and Miss MILLIE MISNER all of Kingston.

On the 8th day of May, by the Rev. J. Winslow, Chaplain 20th NY Cavalry, at the residence of the bride's father, Mount Pleasant, Hanover Co., Virginia, GEORGE BECKER, Esq., of OtsegoCo., NY to Miss MATTIE B., daughter of Col. HENRY CADY, formerly of Rochester, NY.

May 19, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
In Juhelville, May 18th, CHARLES C. LEWIS, age 53 years. Funeral at his late residence, Sunday, 21st inst., at 2 p.m.

At his residence in Hounsfield, May 10, 1865 of consumption, RICHARD E. HOOPER, age 46 years. His funeral will take place on Sunday next from his late residence at one o'clock p.m., under the direction of the Masonic Lodge.

May 22, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At the residence of Mr. F. Winslow, Sanford's Corners, May 18th, 1865, by Rev. E. R. Kellogg, Mr. WALLACE M. BLAKE of Chicago, ILL, to Miss LUCINA M. HERRICK of Sanford's Corners.

Died:
In Trumball, Ohio, May 7th, MRS. ORSONENIA GRAVES, wife of WM. H. GRAVES, late of Watertown Centre, and daughter of JOHN and MARY CRANDALL of Watertown, in the 27th year of her age. Her disease was dropsy on the brain.

May 23, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At the Parsonage in Evans Mills, May 15, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. NELSON CLARK to Miss ELLEN SPENCER, both of Philadelphia, NY

Died:
At Plessis, NY on the 15th May, Capt. ISAAC CORSS, age 88 years. Vermont papers please copy.

May 24, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
In this village on Tuesday, May 23d of consumption, JANE R., wife of Capt. C. F. SMITH, age 49 years. Funeral at 3 p.m. On Thursday, at her late residence No. 8 Union St.

May 25, 1865, p. 2:

Died:
At the residence of his daughter, Mrs. MARIETTE SCHOVIL in Pitcairn, St. Law. Co., NY on the 19th inst., Mr. DAVID THOMAS in his 86th year of age. He was an early settler in the town of Rutland, Jeff. Co., where he purchased a small farm. He was by trade, a carpenter and joiner.

In Antwerp, May 15th, 1865, of consumption, Miss. THERESA CONYNE, age 20 years and 8 months.

At Adams Center, on the 24th inst., of consumption, HANNAH, wife of ABEL WILDER.

May 26, 1865, p. 3:

Married:
At the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. B. Adams, I. H. MANSELL to Miss S. M. SHOREY, all of Watertown.

Died:
HATTIE C., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. FERGUSON of Malone, died on the 25th inst., at the home of J. Warrington, in this village of congestion of the brain, age 3 years and 7 months. Her remains will leave here on the early train tomorrow morning for Malone.

May 27, 1865, p. 4:

Died:
At Alexandria Bay, on Thursday morning, May 25th, Mr. EDWARD FAYEL of Theresa, age 32 years, 4 months, 26 days.

In this village, on the 19th inst., ELIZA H. GOOD, age 16, daughter of JAMES and ALICE GOOD.

In New York City, on Sunday morning, May 21st, MARY, youngest child of J. W. and A. B. BAKER, in the 20th year of her age. Her remains were interred in Greenwood Cemetery.

June 2, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
By Rev. J. J. Alles at Depauville, on the 27th inst., J. C. VAN EPPS to Miss SARAH A. LAGRAVES.

June 3, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
At Smithville, on the 1st inst., by Rev. A. Ingalls, WESLEY VAN VALKENBURGH of that village, to MARY JANE GOODWIN of Canada West.

Died:
In Philadelphia, NY, on May 27th, 1865, of cholera infantum, BRADDIE E., only child of ASA E. and JOSEPH MACOMBER, age 1 year and 1 month.

June 8, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
In Philadelphia, NY, June 1, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. EDWARD SNOW of Washington Mills, NY to Miss DRUSILLA LEROY of Waterloo, NY.

June 10, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
In Ellis Village, NY, June 7, by Rev. G. W. Divoll, W. H. MORSE, Esq., of St. Louis, MO, to Miss HELEN E. WEBB of Ellis Village.

Died:
In this village, Wednesday morning, June 7, 1865, MRS. SARAH DEMING, age 84 years.

At her residence in Champion, on the 21st day of December last, MRS. LOUISA BROOKS, wife of NELSON BROOKS, Esq., of heart disease, age 64 years.

June 13, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
On the 8th instant, by Rev. J. H. Stewart, Mr. JOSEPH G. BEMIS, M.D., of Adams, to Miss MIRA E. BATES of Hounsfield.

Died:
In Copenhagen, May 24, 1865, Mr. HIRAM SMITH age 40 years. He died of typhoid fever, after 14 days of sickness. He was a farmer. He left a wife, one son and two daughters to mourn his loss.

June 14, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
By the Rev. c. Simmons at Shay's Hotel in Natural Bridge, on the 23rd ult., Mr. EDWARD MURPHY to Miss ELLEN HAMLIN, both of Sterlingville, NY.

June 15, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
At the residence of the bride in Evans Mills, June 13, 1865, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. PHILIP J. HORTON of Iowa, to MRS. MARY C. CLARK of Evans Mills.

In Copenhagen, at the residence of Amos Phillips, Esq., June 13, by Rev. C. H. Guile, Mr. PAUL HENDERSON of Watertown, to Miss MARTHA RANDOLL of Brownville.

Died:
In the battle before Petersburg, VA, April 2d, 1865, JOSEPH FIELD, Corporal, Co. B. 186th NY V, age 24 years, 8 months and 23 days. The funeral services will be held at the Presbyterian Church in Sackets Harbor on Sunday the 18th inst., at one o'clock p.m.

June 19, 1865, p. 1:

Married:
On the 6th instant, by Rev. D. Spear, Mr. M. BOSWORTH of Adams and Miss CAROLINE E. UTLEY of Rodman.

In Cape Vincent, at the residence of J. H. Roseboom, Esq., June 14th, 1865, by Rev. E. E. Kellogg, Mr. GEORGE W. SHIPMAN of Rome, NY to Miss MARY IRELAND of the former place.

June 20, 1865, p. 1:

Died:
At Plessis, May 19, 1865, Mr. JOSEPH HIND, age 58.

June 21, 1865, p. 3:

Died:
At his residence in Henderson, June 3d, HECTOR EGGLESTON, age 63 years and 9 mos. He was born in Barkhamstead, CT on May 24, 1802, and settled in this town 37 years ago. He reared a family of five children, who with his afflicted wife, mourn his loss.

June 24, 1865, p. 4:

Died:
At Evans Mills, on the 17th instant, of a lingering consumption, LYDIA, wife of Rev. WM. GREAVES and eldest daughter of WINCHESTER and LYDIA JEWETT of Sanford's Corners, in the 46th year of her age.

In this village, June 23, 1865, at the residence of Mrs. J. Cushman?, MARTHA, wife of JOHN. W. HUNTINGTON, and daughter of THOMAS and CAROLINE JEWETT of Sanford's Corners, age 20 years and 4 months.

June 28, 1865, p. 4:

Died:
At the residence of his parents in Limerick, June 20th? WILLARD E., only son of R. and MARIA DAY, age 28 years and 1 month. Funeral services will be attended at the house June 30th at 1 o'clock p.m.

June 29, 1865, p. 4:

Married:
In Watertown, by Rev. G. Baker on the 28th inst. Mr. SEBASTIAN QUENCER of Watertown, and Miss. ELISABETH BERNOIR? Of Dexter. (overinked printing)

June 30, 1865, p. 2:

Married:
In Pamelia, NY on the 29th inst., by Rev. L. S. Bingham, Rev. CHARLES H. GUILE of Black River Conference to Miss AMELIA G. BUSH.

Died:
On the 29th June 1865, MARY SHERMAN, infant daughter of EDSWARD S. and MARY S. LANSING. Funeral Saturday, 10 a.m.


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