A semi-weekly newspaper published in Watertown, NY, 1866-1918, by A.H. Hall.It began with the July 19, 1866 issue.
Jan-Jun 1886, May-Jun 1886 , Jul-Dec 1886
At Dexter, Dec. 31, by Rev. Alfred T. Vail, JASON J. PECK and Miss CARRIE M. FREEMAN, both of Chaumont.
Dec. 30, at the home of the bride, by Rev. B. S. Fannon, JOHN S. ROBERTS and Miss MARIA HAMBURG, both of East Hounsfield.
At the residence of the bride's parents, Dec. 24, 1885, by Rev. D. Fulford, MELVILLE VANNER and Miss MAUD FAILING, all of Point Peninsula.
At the home of the bride, Thursday evening, Dec. 24, 1885, by Rev. A. J. Cotterell, Mr. HERBERT D. COLE and Miss ADELLE N. NEWTON, both of Tremains Corners, Jeff. Co., NY.
At Antwerp, Dec. 30, 1885, by Rev. S. M. Warn of Philadelphia, NY, PHILIP E. BUTTS and NELLIE A. SCRAM, both of Antwerp.
At 58 Arsenal Street, this city, Dec. 31, 1885, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. G. A. KELLER and Miss CARRIE H. FLUNO, both of Watertown, NY.
In this city, on New Year's day, A. D., 1886, at Trinity Rectory, No. 15 Sterling Street by Rev. Russell A. Olin, Mr. FRED HARDY of New York City, and Miss IDELL ELIZABETH SCOTT of Watertown, NY.
In Washington Hall, Watertown, Jan. 1, 1886, by Rev. C. C. Townsend, DAVID HARTLERS and NELLIE CARTER, both of Lowville, NY.
In this city, Jan. 5, PEOEBE, wife of JOHN H. PIERCE, age 38 years, 3 months and 23 days.
At Carthage, Jan. 4th, MARY E., daughter of THOMAS and BRIDGET GRAHAM, age 14 years, 2 months, 27 days.
In this city, Dec. 29, 1885, CATHERINE, wife of MICHAEL BURNS, age 53 years.
At San Antonio, Texas, Dec. 31, 1885, THEODORE, son of JAMES L. and HARRIET L. HOOKER, age 23 years and 4 months.
At Redwood, Dec. 31, 1885, MRS. PATIENCE HUTCHINS, widow of the late BENJAMIN HUTCHINS, age 81 years.
On Sunday, Jan. 3, 1886, at the residence of J. Addison Lawyer, on Massey Street, MRS. ELIZA A. HUNTINGTON (widow of the late DYER HUNTINGTON), age 85 years and 9 days.
At Evans Mills, NY, Jan, 1, 1886, E. E. BASSETT, age 69 years, 11 months and 1 day.
In this city, Jan. 3, 1886, ROBERT G. HART, age 40 years, 8 months and 22 days.
In this city, Dec. 31, Miss SARAH A. SMITH, age 71 years.
In this city, Dec. 31, 1885, KATE, daughter of ANN and the late DAVID McDERMOTT, age 42 years.
In the city, Dec. 30, infant son of GEORGE and EMMA CAVANAUGH.
In Rutland, Dec. 30, infant son of JAMES E. and HANNAH L. CONVERY.
OBITUARY: REBECCA C. BUDD-
MRS. REBECCA C. BUDD, who died at her home in Carthage, Christmas Day, age 79 years, was a daughter of WILLIAM COFFEEN, one of the pioneer settlers of this county. She was married to Dr. B. S. BUDD in 1827, at her home in Rutland and went from there with her husband to live at Houseville, Lewis County, where he had commenced the practice of medicine, which afterward covered a space of nearly 50 years. Seven children were born to her, one of whom is buried at Muncie, Ind., two at Philadelphia, PA, and one in Carthage, all daughters. Her three sons entered the service during the rebellion, though, but two returned, one of whom B. C. BUDD, is the chief of police of Carthage.
WILLIAM C. DODGE-
The Oakland, Call, Tribune, of Dec. 11 says: Prof. WILLIAM C. DODGE, principal of the Oakland Normal School, died this morning at 3 o'clock of pneumonia. He had been ailing for about six weeks but his malady did not take a dangerous turn until a day or two ago. Prof. Dodge was 70 years of age and was born in Rodman, Jeff. Co., NY. He came to this coast in 1850 and engaged in mining operations in Tuolumne County. He was afterward principal of the public school at Sonora, Tuolumne County, for several years, and many men now prominent in this State obtained the rudiments of their education under his direction. He came to Oakland 20 years ago and taught at Brayton School for a long time. He afterward taught at San Lorenzo and was the principal of the Peralta School in the Temescal District. He leaves a wife to mourn his loss. A son, FRANK DODGE, died in 1869, at 29 years of age.
MARY A. SAWYER -
Of the late MARY A. SAWYER of Syracuse, who died in this city last week, the Syracuse Standard says:
MRS. MARY A. SAWYER, widow of the late Rev. GEORGE SAWYER of this city, died Tuesday morning, the 29th inst., at the home of her son, HON. A. H. SAWYER, of Watertown, whither she went some six weeks ago on a visit. Mrs. Sawyer has been a resident of Syracuse for about 15 years and for the last six years, since her husband's death, had made her home with her son, GEORGE C. SAWYER, of University Avenue. She was born at Alstead, New Hampshire, Dec. 24, 1808, and had reached the ripe old age of 77 years. Much of her long and active life was passed with her husband in the Methodist itinerancy serving the church of her choice at Fort Covington, Malone, Ogdensburg, Sackets Harbor, Belleville, Pulaski, Rome, Lowville and Weedsport in this State, residing thereafter at Fulton, Oswego County, for several years, where Rev. Mr. Sawyer was presiding elder of the Oswego and Camden Districts, until failing health compelled him to retire from the ministry.
ELIZA A. HUNTINGTON-
MRS. ELIZA ANN HUNTINGTON died at the residence of J. Addison Lawyer on Sunday. Mrs. Huntington was the widow of DYER HUNTINGTON, well remembered as one of the earliest settlers of Watertown, (coming to the "Black River Country" from New Hampshire in 1804), and in subsequent years, up to his death in 1851, one of her successful and respected businessmen. She was born at Little Falls, Dec. 25, 1800, and at her last birthday, last Christmas, was 85 years of age. Old residents will recall Mr. Huntington's store which stood about at the point now occupied by the Agricultural Insurance Company's building, the family residence being in a white house standing between the store and the corner of Washington Hall Block. Since Mr. Huntington's death, Mrs. Huntington has spent most of her life with Mrs. J. ADDISON LAWYER, her daughter, and has enjoyed excellent health, without serious illness until September last when symptoms of heart trouble began to manifest themselves. She has not however been confined to her room more than three weeks, and to the last, was for one of her years, active, bright and cheerful. Her death was peaceful and painless, and full of years she sank quietly to rest surrounded by her beloved friends among whom she had led a happy life. Two of her children have gone before her; the late MRS. GENERAL S. D. HUNGERFORD and the late GEORGE C. HUNTINGTON. Two survived her, MRS. J ADDISON LAWYER of this city and RICHARD H. HUNTINGTON of Adams.
THEODORE C. HOOKER -
The news of the death of THEODORE C. HOOKER at San Antonio, Texas, which occurred Thursday last, while not entirely unexpected was a great shock to his many friends in this city. Mr. Hooker had gone there with his mother only a few weeks before for what proved to be a fruitless effort to regain his health. At the time of his death, he was 23 years of age...Besides his father and mother, he leaves a number of brothers and sisters. Among them are GEORGE S. HOOKER and HERALD HOOKER of this city, FRANK HOOKER of Chicago and Rev. SIDNEY HOOKER, who is with Bishop Brewer in Montana.
In this city, on the evening of January 6th, by Rev. R. A. Olin, at the home of the bride's father, LABAN AINSWORTH, Esq., No. 82 State St., Mr. GEORGE BRYON GARDNER of Rochester, NY and Miss HATTIE ZERILDA AINSWORTH of Watertown.
At the residence of the bride's parents, Dec. 24, 1885, by Rev. D. Fulford, MELVILLE VAN NESS and Miss MAUD FAILING all of Point Peninsula.
In this city, Jan. 1st, 1886, by Rev. R. A. Hayt, JOSEPH BATES and BELLE PATRICK, both of Watertown, NY.
In this city, Jan. 8, LYMAN BACON, age 77 years, 3 months and 19 days.
At Black River, Jan. 7, 1886, JOHN A. RICHARDSON, age 67 years, 10 months and 11 days.
In this city, Jan. 7, 1886, JENNIE, wife of W. A. HUBBARD, age 36 years and 28 days.
In this city, Jan. 8th, 1886, Miss CATHERINE BRENNAN, age 70 years.
At Watertown, Jan. 5, 1885, LEWIS READ, age 70 years, 9 months and 22 days.
In this city, Jan. 10, 1886, RICHARD TRENHOLME, age 32 years. Remains taken to Prescott, Ont., for interment.
In this city, Jan. 9, 1886, HENRY MARTIN, age 46 years.
At Sackets Harbor, Jan. 11, 1886, EMMA, wife of CHARLES JACKSON, age 32 years, 8 months and 8 days.
In this city, Jan. 9, 1886, HENRY HADLEY, age 65 years.
At 51 State St., in this city, by Rev. J. Winslow, Jan. 18th, Mr. GEORGE CHAMBERS of this city, and Miss FANNY KENNEY of Potsdam.
Near Perch River, Jan. 13, 1886, at the house of JOHN EMERSON, by Rev. Alfred T. Vail, GEORGE W. ANTHONY of Pamelia Four Corners and Miss LIZZIE COBB of Perch River.
At the home of the bride's father, at Orleans, NY, Jan. 12, 1886, Mr. LEVI F. ANABLE of Antwerp, NY to Miss MARY SAWYER by Rev. A. L. Smith.
At East Hounsfield, Jan. 12, by Rev. B. S. Fanton, FRANCIS HERRICK of Sandford's Corners and MRS. MARYETTE STEELE of Fulton.
At the residence of the bride's parents near Pamelia Four Corners, Jan. 12, 1886, by Rev. M. T. Hill, ALANSON E. GROVE and Miss SADIE B. PATTERSON, all of Pamelia, Jeff. Co., NY.
At Ellisburg, on the 13th inst., by Rev. T. Richey, SEAMAN W. ARMSTRONG and Miss NORA E. WILLIAMS, both of Ellisburg.
At Castleton, near Albany, Dec. 30, 1885, HARRY H. HORTON, son of OSCAR and MARTHA HORTON, age 21 years and 11 months.
At Sackets Harbor, Jan. 14, 1886, CHARLOTTE McWAYNE, wife of CHARLES HALL, age 47 years, 3 months and 20 days.
In this city, Jan. 13, 1886, EUNICE, widow of the late GEN. ABNER W. BAKER, age 92 years.
At Pamelia, Jan. 12, 1886, SIMEON H. BUSH, age 79 years, 2 months and 10 days.
In this city, Jan. 17, 1886, Rev. B. ALEX. WILLIAMSON, age 36 years and 11 months.
In this city, Jan. 17, 1886, MICHAEL M. MADDEN, age 41 years and 3 months.
In this city, Jan. 15, 1886, IONE I. SMITH, age 1 year, 2 months and 8 days.
In this city, Jan. 17, 1886, JAMES L. HUNT, age 71 years, 11 months and 13 days.
In this city, Jan. 18, 1886, ALFRED F., son of PETER and IDA ROBERTS, age 1 year, 11 months and 9 days.
At Dry Hill, Jan. 16, L. L. GARDNER, in his 67th year.
OBITUARY- REV. B. A. WILLIAMSON -
It is with the sincerest regret that the announcement is made of the death of Rev. B. ALEXANDER WILLIAMSON. It occurred after a protracted illness, at the home of his mother-in-law, MRS. S. J. PARMALETT, No. 10 Winslow Street, Sunday afternoon. Mr. Williamson had long been a sufferer from that dreaded disease, consumption; and while recovery was impossible, death came unexpectedly, he dying suddenly in a hemorrhage. Mr. Williamson was 36 years of age, having been born in 1850, at Washington, D.C. He was a graduate of Columbia College, Washington and pursued his theological studies at Auburn Theological Seminary, graduating from that institution in 1875...In 1876 Rev. Mr. Williamson was married at Gouverneur, to Miss HATTIE A. PAMELEE, daughter of the late Dr. Pamelee of this city. A wife and two children survive him...
MRS. ABNER BAKER -
Wednesday night about half past seven, MRS. EUNICE BAKER, widow of the late ABNER BAKER died. Had she lived to the 28th of this month she would have reached the unusual age of 92 years. General and Mrs. Baker were among the pioneers of this county. She was the daughter of JOHN HULL, of Lorraine, and was born in that town on January 28, 1794, and was married to ABNER BAKER, January 2nd, 1819. Soon after they moved to Watertown and commenced housekeeping on what is now the corner of TenEyck and Washington Streets, at present owned and occupied by Clark Waite. Some years later they built the homestead where she has since resided having lived on the same lot for more than 60 years...Her niece, Miss MARTHA BENNETT, has been her devoted attendant and companion and will have the warm sympathy of her many friends and acquaintances in her bereavement.
JAMES I. HUNT -
About 8 o'clock Sunday morning, JAMES I. HUNT breathed his last at his late residence, No. 46 Arsenal Street. About a year ago, Mr. Hunt had an attack of paralysis of the throat, and three weeks ago he had a similar attack, which caused his death. He passed away very quietly and suffered no pain. Mr. Hunt was born in Newburg in 1814, and came to this city in 1867, and has since resided on Arsenal Street. Before coming to this city he lived in Brownville and kept a boot and shoe store...He has been twice married, and three children by his first wife survive him. They are: J. M. HUNT of New York; MRS. DR. RUDD of this city; and DANIEL H. HUNT of Iowa. Had he lived until the first of February, he would have been 72 years of age...
MRS. CHAFA -
At her residence in Hounsfield, Jan. 3, 1886, MRS. CELIA CHAFA, age 78 years, 8 months and 25 days...She leaves two daughters, who mourn the loss of a most devoted and loving mother. The funeral was attended by a large number of sorrowing neighbors and sympathizing friends.
At the M. E. Parsonage, at Leray, Jan. 17, 1886, by Rev. D. T. White, Mr. CHARLES E. TIMMERMAN and Miss CARRIE L. BROWN, both of Orleans, Jeff. Co.
At Mr. William Irvin's at Theresa, Jan. 20, 1886, by Rev. D. T. White, CLINTON S. BUSLER of Pamelia and Miss FRANCIS J. IRVIN of Theresa, Jeff. Co.
At the M. E. parsonage in the town of DePeyster, St. Lawrence Co., NY, Dec. 31, 1885, by Rev. W. C. Empey (the bride's uncle), CHARLES P. OATMAN and Miss MARY E. BUTTS, both of Rodman, Jeff. Co., NY.
WEDDING BELLS - Wednesday the 20th inst., about 35 of the relatives and near firneds assembled at the residence of Mrs. A. M. Brown of South Rutland, to witness the marriage of her daughter, CARRIE N. BROWN to DR. C. H. RENIFF. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. Cheesman of Copenhagen...
Jan. 17, 1886, FRANKIE B., only son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. CURTIS of Three Mile Bay, age 3 years, 11 months and 16 days.
In Lorraine, Jan. 24, 1886, WM. FITZGERALD, age 70 years.
Jan. 15, 1886, at the residence of her son-in-law, O. W. WILMOT, JANE E. BUELL, widow of the late MILTON BUELL, age 68 years, 9 months and 25 days.
At Rodman, NY, Jan. 20, 1886, GEORGE A. GATES, age 67 years.
In the town of Brownville, Jan. 25, 1886, WILLARD I. ALLEN, age 50 years, 6 months and 14 days.
In this city, Jan. 25, 1886, BENJAMIN F. THAYER, age 59 years, 11 months and 25 days.
In this city, Jan. 25, ADDIE R., daughter of ALBERT R. and ALLEE M. COMINS, age 13 years and 7 months.
In this city, Jan. 25, 1886, MRS. EMILY M. PARISH, age 67 years, 6 months and 6 days.
In this city, Jan. 25, 1886, JAMES SHELDON, only son of WILLIAM and the late ANNA BURT, age 3 years and 8 months.
OBITUARY- GEO. A. GATES
GEO. A. GATES of Rodman, died at his home Wednesday, age 67 years. He was the son of GEORGE GATES, one of the early settlers of the town and was born on the farm where he died. The deceased was married somewhat late in life to Miss MARTHA GREEN, who still survives him. Mr. Gates received a liberal education, and in early live studied law. For 40 years he was Justice of the Peace in Rodman and was also clerk of the school district for nearly as many years...
At Martinsburg, Jan. 7th, 1886, by Rev. Wm. H. Holbrook, JOSEPH J. BACK and Miss ALCE C. SHEPHERD, both of Lowville, NY.
At St. Mary's Church, Clayton, Jan. 27, 1886, by Rev. Father Brice, P. BARRY CANTWELL and Miss FLORENCE McCARN, all of Clayton.
In Rodman, NY, at home, Jan. 27, 1886, by Rev. M. D. Kinney, Mr. ORRIN D. HILL and Miss EMMA A. BOYNTON.
At the M. E. Parsonage in North Wilna, Jan. 27, 1886, by Rev. G. P. York, CHARLES F. BOYCE and FLORA PERRIGO, both of Diana, Lewis Co.
At the M. E. Parsonage on Point Peninsula, Jan. 27, 1886, by Rev. D. Fulford, EDWIN L. MOREHOUSE of Dexter, and JENNIE A. BURLINGAME of Pillar Point.
At Farmers Hotel, Evans Mills, Jan. 31, by Rev. O. F. Nichols, JEROME B. CLOSS and MINNIE WOOD, both of Felts Mills.
In Rutland, Jan. 28, JOHN McMULLIN, age 73 years, 6 months.
At Three Mile Bay, Dec. 24th, 1885, GEORGE H. SAGER, age 31 years.
In this city, Jan. 26, 1886, at No. 64 River St., EMMA, daughter of ORLETON and MARY LEE, age 24 years.
At Sackets Harbor, Jan. 28, MILLIE, daughter of the late Rev. L. L. and MARY ADKINS.
At her parent's residence, 208 Alexander St., Rochester, NY, Thursday, Jan. 28, 1886, MARGUERITE AUGUSTA, second daughter of DR. JESSIE B. and AUGUSTA LOW, age 5 years.
In this city, Jan. 28, LOVINA, widow of the late WALTER R. DIX, age 69 years, 10 months and 17 days.
In this city, Jan. 28, 1886, HARVEY ABBOTT, age 75 years, 4 months and 18 days.
At his late residence in LaFargeville, NY, Dec. 22, GEO. DORR age 67 years.
At Sanfords Corners, Sunday, Jan. 31, 1886, WAYNE STODDARD, age 43 years, 8 months and 29 days.
In the town of Clayton, Jan. 24, 1886, JOHN HALLER, age 60 years, 5 months and 28 days.
At the M. E. Parsonage, Brownville, NY, Feb. 1, 1886, by Rev. F. B. Stanford, Mr. ADELBERT SANFORD and Miss FRANCIS WHITMORE, both of Brownville.
At 58 Arsenal Street, this city, Feb. 4, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. FRANK D. GURNEE of Watertown and Miss MINNIE L. NELLIS of Stone Mills, NY.
At 32 Davidson Street, Watertown, NY, Feb. 4, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. GEORGE W. BUNDY and Miss LORETTA TOMLINSON, all of this city.
In this city, Feb. 7, SELINA, widow of the late GEORGE STOKES, age 64 years.
In this city, Feb. 8, LAURA CLEVELAND, daughter of EDWARD and LAURA C. HULL, of Kingston, Ont, age 1 year and 1 month.
In this city, Feb. 6, MILTON R. LAWTON, age 28 years.
In Whitesboro, NY, Feb. 7, 1886, LUCINDA OLNEY, widow of GLOVER COREY, age 63 years. Funeral from the church, South Rutland, on Thursday at 1 o'clock.
OBITUARY - LEVI ANTHONY
LEVI ANTHONY, one of the best known merchants in Cape Vincent, died last Tuesday at his residence in that village. In his death Cape Vincent loses one of its oldest businessmen. He was born in the town of LeRay, Dec. 25th, 1830, and came to the village in 1844. He has been in business there for 30 years...He married Miss HOWARD of Cape Vincent, while engaged as a clerk in a store in that village...
MRS. WILLIAM ACKLES -
MRS. WILLIAM ACKLES died in Traer, Iowa Jan. 29. Her maiden name was EMELINE GARDNER; she was born in this city in 1844; went to Iowa about 1865; returned to New York in 1872 and married WILLIAM ACKLES of Rome. Mrs. Ackles was sick only a few months. quick consumption appeared to be the fatal disease. She leaves a husband and four small children.
At the home of the bride in Theresa, Feb. 9th, 1886, by Rev. A. L. Smith, MR. JAMES WILLIAMS to MRS. SALINA WILLIAMS, all of Theresa.
At 18 Arsenal Street, this city, Feb. 15, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. BYRON E. CLINE of Plessis and Miss CARRIE A. PECK of Philadelphia, NY.
In this city, Feb. 12, 1886, GEORGE H. FAILING, age 58 years.
At Racine, Wis., Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1886, MRS. JANE A. THORNTON, age 75 years.
In this city, Feb. 10, 1886, LYDIA, widow of the late JAMES JONES, age 83 years.
In the town of Rutland, Feb. 8, 1886, NANCY J., daughter of PATRICK and MAGGIE O'HORRO.
At Sedgwick, Kansas, Jan. 31, 1886, DR. JOSEPH MAY, age 70 years and 4 months.
At the residence of her sister, MRS. M. GALVIN, No. 4, Jay Street this city, Miss MARIA T., daughter of the late FARRELL and MARGARET NEARY of Carthage, NY age 52 years.
In this city, Feb. 14, 1886, CHARLES DANIEL, son of FRANK and AMELIA LAWRENCE, age 5 years, 9 months AND 2 DAYS.
At Ithaca, NY, Feb. 14, ALLIE MORSE, granddaughter of MRS. SAMUEL MORSE.
At Barnes Corners, Jan. 18, 1886, MRS. P. C. RYEL age 24 years, 8 months and 7 days. deceased was born in St. Joseph Co., Ind., near South Bend which city had been her home except for a few years in Iowa, Five years ago she came with her husband to Barnes Corners, NY. She leaves a husband and 3 children to mourn her and also parents, brothers and sisters in the West.
At Hounsfield, Feb. 12, 1886, GERTRUDE G., wife of J. DeESTING UTTER, age 39 years, ___months and 17 days.
On February 23rd, 1886 at the bride's home, by Rev. B. Grom, FRED D. TIMMERMAN of Orleans to NETTIE E. LEFAVE of Sanfords Corners.
At East Hounsfield, Feb. 17, 1886, at the home of the bride, by Rev. B. S. Fanton, PRESCOTT B. PORTER of Ipswich, Dakota and Miss ARTENCIA CLEVELAND of the former place.
At Adams, Feb. 17, 1886, by Rev. P. LeClar, Mr. WILLIAM O. NEWTON of Rodman and Miss HATTIE A. POOLE of Adams.
At the home of GEORGE W. LYON, this city, Feb. 16, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, FRANKLIN A. ATKINS of Worthville and Miss JOSEPHINE A. GLAZIER of Cortland, NY.
At 58 Arsenal Street, Watertown, NY, Feb. 20, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. JOSEPH A. HIGGINS and Miss ANNA WILLIAMS, all of this city.
At the residence of Chas. Coolidge, at Philadelphia, NY, Feb. 17, 1886, by Rev. S. M. Warn, Mr. GEORGE E. ALLEN and Miss NELLIE A. COOLIDGE, all of Philadelphia.
At the Eveleigh Hotel, Sackets Harbor, NY, WILLIAM HENRY SHAVER of Ellisburg, NY and MRS. ALICE JANE BELL of Prince Edward County, Ontario on Feb. 17, by Rev. C. H. Tindell.
On Tuesday, Feb. 16th, 1886, at 5 p.m. in Trinity Church, Watertown, by Rev. Russell A. Olin, Rector, Miss ANN ELIZABETH WILLIAMS and Mr. HASSARD HILLER, both of Watertown.
In this city, Feb. 22, 1886, WILLIAM LAWYER, age 60 years, 4 months and 28 days.
In this city, Feb. 16, 1886, CASSEY, daughter of GEORGE and LUCY THOMPSON, age 15 years, 3 months and 20 days.
In this city, Feb. 16, 1886, CHARLES W. NELLIS, age 41 years.
At Cape Vincent, on the 2d of Feb. 1886, JACOB BERINGER in the 81st year of his age.
WILLIAM LAWYER, a brother of MRS. JUDGE WALTS and of LUTHER LAWYER, died at his residence on Winslow Street at 10 o'clock Monday morning. He died suddenly, although he has not been considered in a dangerous condition and has been confined to his bed but two weeks. Mr. Lawyer was a son of the late NICHOLAS LAWYER, was for many years a salesman and just before his father's death in 1875, purchased the old homestead at Perch River, where he has resided until last summer, when he rented his farm and came to the city to live. He leaves a wife, who is a daughter of CORNELIUS BORT, also of this city.
Resolution of Respect -
The officers of St. John's Church, Cape Vincent, Feb. 15, 1886: ...deeply sensible of the sad providence that has removed from us by death, our brother and associate, Mr. JACOB BERINGER, on the 2nd day of February 1886...
At Sackets Harbor by Rev. L. Clark, Jan. 27, 1886, M. EDWARD F. BOWEN of Madison Barracks and Miss ANNA GAGE of Hounsfield, Jeff. Co., NY
At Sackets Harbor by Rev. L. Clark, Jan. 11, 1886, CHARLES J. BELLINGER and Miss JULIA R. EIABROAGT, all of Watertown, Jeff. Co. NY.
At Sackets Harbor by Rev. L. Clark, Feb. 17, 1886, ALONZO THOMSON of Ellisburg and Miss EMILY M. McINTOSH of Hounsfield.
At the M. E. Parsonage in Leray, Feb. 24, 1886, by Rev. D. T. White, Mr. CHAS. FURGISON and Miss DESSIE E. SMITH, both of Alexandria.
On Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1886, in the town of Brownville, at the home of the bride's mother, by Rev. R. A. Olin, SIMEON J. STEBLEN of Cape Vincent and Miss RUBY A. WALRATH of Brownville.
At the home of the bride at Wilna, Feb. 24, 1886, by Rev. J. Winslow, rector of St. Paul's Church, Antwerp, DUANE E. BURHANS of Philadelphia and Miss AUGUSTA R., daughter of HENRY FLINT of Wilna, NY.
In the town of Hounsfield, March 1, ANNASTASIA, widow of the late RICHARD DOREN age 57 years and 4 months.
At Chicago, ILL. Feb. 24, 1886, Miss MARTHA E. DURFEE, sister of MRS. P. NORTON of this city.
In this city, March 1, 1886, MISS HARRIET J. SYLVESTER, age 53? years.
At her home in Dakota, Feb., 12, 1886, MRS. EMMA C. PHELPS HORNING, age 34? years, 7 months and 9 days.
In this city, Feb. 25, 1886, MARTHA A., wife of THOMAS AKINS, age 36? years, 8 months and 16 days.
In this city, Feb. 25, CHRISTOPHER SMITH, age 86 years.
At the M. E. Parsonage, Barnes Corners, march 2d, 1886, by Rev. J. F. Clark, Mr. FREDRICK J. D. HENSEY and Miss HELEN L. ELLSWORTH, all of Barnes Corners, NY.
At Theresa, NY, March 3d, 1886, by Rev. C. W. Brooks, Mr. SAMUEL W. FOSTER of Spraguesville, NY and Miss CARRIE E. ACRES of Hermon, NY.
March 4, 1886, at the resident of the bride's father, by Rev. L. J. Dean, FRED E. TOMPKINS and ALLIE E. WEBB, all of Watertown, NY.
At Watertown, Sept. 2, 1885, by Rev. W. H. Reese, FRNAK R. COMMINS and Miss MINNIE A. LOWE, both of Dexter, NY.
At Theresa, March 3, 1886, by Rev. G. F. Hartwig, JACOB RODEMICH and ELIZBETH GILTZ.
At the Crowner House in this city, March 8, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. ANDREW P. SALSBURY and Miss CARRIE COLLINS, both of Point Peninsula, NY.
At Sackets Harbor, March 2d, 1886, VIOLETTA A., wife of CHARLES GAMBLE, age 27 years and 9 months.
In this city, March 3d, 1886, JENNIE L., daughter of FREDERICK C. and MAGGIE A. HELMER, age 6 months.
In the town of Pamelia, March 2d, 1886, EDGAR G., son of CLINTON A. and ELLA L. MARSHALL, age 2 months and 4 days.
In this city March 3d, Miss LAURA PRIOR.
At Pamelia Four Corners, March 5, 1886, Miss HANNA BACON, age 55 years.
At No. 57 Mill Street, on Friday, March 5, MRS. SARAH JANE HALL in the 71st year of her age.
In this city, March 6, 1886, MARY D., widow of the late HENRY L. CURTIS, age 63 years and 5 months.
In this city, March 8, AMRILLA, widow of the late HENRY HOWARD, age 71 years.
At the village of LeRaysville, March 5, 1886, MRS. ELIZA PHELPS, widow of the late WILLIAM PHELPS, age 91 years, 4 months and 7 days.
OBITUARY - DR. ISAAC MUNSON
Dr. ISAAC MUNSON died at his residence on Washington Street, Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock. In the death of Dr. Isaac Munson, President of the Agricultural Insurance Company, Watertown has lost one of its most eminent citizens...He was born in the town of Salisbury, Herkimer co., March 4, 1812, and was therefore 74 years and 4 days of age. His father was a well-to-do farmer...After he moved to Jefferson County, locating at Evans Mills, and among the attractions he found here was Miss CORNELIA STEBBINS of Rutland...consummated by marriage May 24, 1836... His malady was Bright's Disease...He leaves a wife and two sons, HENRY S. and FRANK H. MUNSON of this city.
(Transcriber's note: this is a very long obituary which outlines his medical training and business involvements; descendants will want the entire column.)
MRS. V. K. KELLOGG-
The many friends of V. K. KELLOGG, of Carthage, formerly of this city, will extend to him the warmest sympathy in the great blow he has received in the loss of his young wife, whose death occurred at Carthage at one o'clock Thursday morning. Mrs. Kellogg was the bride of a year...Mrs. Kellogg was the daughter of H. F. OVERTON of Adams.
The following record of births is without doubt the most remarkable ever made by any town in the world in proportion to its inhabitants:
In the town of Lorraine, Feb. 23, to Mr. and Mrs. WALTER SMITH, twin girls.
In the town of Lorraine, Feb. 24, to Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR HANSON, twins, boy and girl.
In the town of Lorraine, Feb. 25, to Mr. and Mrs. H. M. BROWN, twins, boy and girl.
In the town of Lorraine, Feb. 26, to Mr. and Mrs. WM. H. COREY, twins, a girl and boy.
At 58 Arsenal Street, this city, March 10, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. WILL H. SIKES and Miss MATTIE A. GROTHIER, both of Watertown, NY.
At the home of the bride's parents, March 10, 1886, by Rev. O. F. Nichols, LEWIS N. EDMOND of Sanford Corners, and Miss CARRIE B. COCAGNE of Evans Mills.
In this city, March 13, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. H. A. THOMPSON and Miss SARAH ILLINGSWORTH, both of Watertown, NY.
In Clayton Centre, NY, March 11, 1886, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. ALBERT PUTNAM, by H. B. Fritts, Mr. SOLON E. WALRATH of St. Lawrence, NY and MRS. ALICE BROWN of Clayton Centre.
At St. Lawrence, NY, March 14, 1886, by Rev. H. B. Fitts, Mr. WM. ABBEY of Chaumont, NY, and Miss HELEN CORNWELL of St. Lawrence, NY.
In Patterson, Putnam County, on the 9th inst., HOSEA C. SMITH, formerly of South Rutland, age 76.
At Adams Center, March 9, 1886, MRS. P. W. DYER, age 65 years, 6 months and 17 days.
In this city March 9th, 1886, DAVID BARRETT, age 62 years.
In this city, March 9th, 1886, ARTHUR GRANGER, age 69 years.
In this city, March 11, 1886, EUGENIA PEARL, infant daughter of SOLOMEN and NANCY McADAMS.
On Thursday, March 11, 1886, at Arlington, NJ, of dipthertic croup, JAMES EDMUND, only child of HOWARD P. and MARY E. BELL, age 3 years.
In this city, Saturday P.M., March 13, LUCY C. SHORTT, beloved daughter of THOMAS and KATHERINE SHORTT, age 22 years.
At Pillar Point, March 14, 1886, POLLY, wife of FERDINAND ROWE, age 87 years, 9 months and 12 days.
In Clayton, March 13, 1886 (of heart disease and quick consumption), Miss LUCY McCARN in the 23d year of her age.
In Watertown, March 15, HUBERT, son of DENNIS and LOUISA O'CONNORS, age 2 years, 1 month and 15 days.
Near this city, March 13, at the residence of her son, of dropsy, MRS. DAVID F. SNELL, age 74 years and 1 month.
At the home of the bride's father, at LeRay, March 17, 1886, by Rev. O. F. Nichols, GEORGE E. DRAKE and MARY BRIANT, all of LeRay.
On the 20th inst., 1886, by Rev. L. Rice, Mr. CHAS. S. MOYER and Miss LIZZIE S. PATRICK, both of Dexter.
In this city, March 17, 1886, HELEN, wife of JOHN GOSSMAN, age 29 years and 6 months.
Near Perch River, March 18, 1886, REUBEN D., son of DAVID and JENNIE WALRATH, age 4 months and 9 days.
In this city, March 13, 1886, ETHEL MAY, daughter of HUGH and EUPHEMIA KAY, age 8 months and 20 days.
At San Francisco, Cal., March 20, 1886, ELIZABETH, wife of W. W. DODGE, formerly of Sackets Harbor, NY.
OBITUARY - HOSEA C. SMITH
HOSEA C. SMITH, formerly of South Rutland, died very suddenly March 9th at the residence of the late GEORGE T. DEAN of Patterson, Putnam Co., NY. The deceased was born in Vermont in 1810. He came to Jefferson County at the age of ten years. His boyhood days were spent mostly on a farm, but for the last 40 years he had been engaged very extensively in the cattle business...He was a kind husband, an indulgent father and an obliging neighbor...He leaves four children who mourn his loss. He went to Putnam Co., about a year ago to visit his children who reside there and was looking forward with great anticipation when spring opened, to come back to his hold home and neighbors and friends.
At Redwood, March 25, 1886, by Rev. G. F. Hartwig, GEORGE GRIEB and MRS. ELIZABETH STADTLER, both of Theresa.
On the evening of March 19, 1886 in this city, at No. 15 Sterling Street, by Rev. R. A. Olin, JOSEPH LaPATRIE and Miss ELLEN BEACH, both of Watertown.
At 32 1/2 Factory Street, March 28, 1886, by Rev. C. C. Townsend, CHARLES H. YOUNG and CORA M. SMITH, both of Watertown, NY.
In this city, March 28, 1886, Miss HANNAH MITCHEL, age 72 years.
In this city, March 29, 1886, BENJAMIN R. MEIGS, age 67 years.
In this city, March 27, 1886, ELIZABETH, wife of JOSEPH WISE age 53 years and 11 days.
Suddenly, in this city, March 26, 1886, SOPHIA S., wife of S. D. BAKER, age 61 years.
Entered into rest, in this city, March 26, 1886, MRS. ASENATH DANKER, widow of the late Professor ALBERT DANKER, of Troy NY, age 79 years and 5 months.
At Great Bend, March 26, 1886, Mr. STODDARD, age 55 years, 1 month and 23 days.
At Great Bend, March 22, 1886, CORA OLLEY, age 11 years.
At Bloomington, ILL, on the 26th inst., Mr. ROBERT THOMPSON formerly of this city, age 67 years.
OBITUARY - HENRY EHRLICHER
Mr. DAVID EHRLICHER received a dispatch from West Troy Monday morning, informing him of the death of his brother, HENRY, which occurred at that place Saturday night at the age of 47 years. HENRY EHRLICHER was a native of Germany, and came to this country when 14 years of age. For several years, 20 to 25 years ago, he lived in Watertown, and was in the employ of JOEL BLOOD as a finisher. He married LIBBIE PRETSCH in this city, and removed first to Amsterdam and from there to Schenectady.
BENJAMIN R. MEIGS -
BENJAMIN R. MEIGS, one of the best known and oldest residents of Watertown, died Monday morning at his home on Benedict Street, of heart disease. Mr. Meigs was 67 years of age and came here many years ago from Holland Patent....he leaves a widow, who in her sorrowing hour deserves the sympathy and comforting words of all...
HATTIE NORMANDER -
Saturday. H. C. NORMANDER, of this city, received a telegram from Avon Springs, which stated that his daughter, HATTIE, was seriously ill and to come at once. Before the first train had left the city, he received another dispatch announcing her death. She was a bright young lady, and had many friends and acquaintances in Watertown who will be pained to learn of her demise.
CHARLES BERGEVIN -
Last Thursday, PETER BERGEVIN of this city, received word from Beauharnois, Quebec, that his two sons who were attending school there, were ill with scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Bergevin immediately started for that place, and a telegram from Mr. B., Monday, states that CHARLES, the eldest son, has died, and that the other boy is dangerously ill. This is a sad blow to the parents. The deceased was a bright lad of about 11 years...Beauharnois is about 20 miles below Montreal.
A RIPE OLD AGE -
MRS. LUZINA H. TIFT, of Ellisburg, who was born in Franklin County, Massachusetts in 1802, is now living with her son-in-law, Dr. SIAS, and is in fair health. Her hearing is but slightly impaired and her eyesight permits her, with the aid of spectacles to do fine needlework and read with comfort. Her spectacles are worthy of note as having been long used by her father, who died at the age of 95, some 32 years ago, and are likely to be the oldest pair in this country. Mr. Tift moved from Vermont to Jefferson County, settling near Pierrepont Manor, and reared a family of eight children, only two of whom are now living, one being the wife of Dr. Sias of Ellisburg.
At the home of the bride's father, SAMUEL DALE, in this city, March 31, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, NEWELL D. TERRILL and Miss ANNA L. DALE, both of Watertown.
On the 31st ult, by Rev. L. Rice, FRANK MURPHY and Miss ADA ANDERSON, both of Dexter.
At Three Mile Bay, March 31, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Merriman, CHAUNCEY D. FOX of Three Mile Bay and STELLA INGERSON, of Syracuse.
An interesting event took place last We3dnesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. SAMUEL DALE, on Stone Street. It was the marriage ceremony of Mr. NEWELL D. TERRILL, for several years a faithful employee of the Times business department, and their charming and only daughter, Miss ANNA L. DALE. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. H. Reese, pastor of the Arsenal Street M. E. Church, in his usual impressive manner, at 8 o'clock in the presence of abut 40 invited guests, comprising mainly the relatives and near friends of the contracting parties and their respective families...
In this city, April 1, 1886, CARRIE E. GUNTSMAN, wife of JOHN GUNTSMAN, age 27 years, 7 months and 29 days.
At Watertown, Feb. 26, 1886, MARTHA A., wife of THOMAS AKINS and daughter of AARON and JANE LOUCKS, of Lowville, age 86 years, 8 months and 17 days.
In Depauville, March 26, O. A. EDWARDS, age 78 years, 5 months and 26 days.
At Brownville, April 2, 1886, MAY E. ALLEN, daughter of GEORGE ALLEN, age 16 years, 7 months and 9 days.
At Brooklyn, April 1, 1886, CELIA MASONHEIMER, wife of J. M. MASONHEIMER, age 50 years.
At Hounsfield, April 1, 1886, WILLIAM TAYLOR, age 53 years.
At Rutland Centre, MICHAEL J. WELCH, age 33 years, 3 months and 9 days.
In this city, April 4, 1886, NICHOLAS WAGONER, age 57 years, 9 months and 4 days.
In this city, April 4, 1886, MABEL A., daughter of ALEXANDER and GEORGIANNA SAYERS, age 2 years, 6 months and 2 days.
At Antwerp, NY, April 5, 1886, ELIJAH KELLOGG, age 88 years, 6 months and 6 days.
At Chelsea, Mich., March 20, 1886, MRS. MARY WEBB, widow of the late D. F. STILES, formerly of this city, age 59 years, 11 months and 17 days.
April 5, Carthage - FATAL ACCIDENT
AUGUSTUS SLATER, living about 6 miles from Carthage on the River Road, was married last Thursday to MRS. CATHERINE TANVER, a widow lady. The next day he was engaged in moving furniture and household goods from her house to his, and with the last load the lady accompanied him. They had a high-spirited horse, which became frightened, and Mr. Slater was thrown from the load. His wife, in attempting to jump from the load caught her foot in the wheels and was thrown to the ground so violently that she became unconscious and died at 4 PM that day. Mr. Slater was also hurt so severely that he is not expected to live.
OBITUARY - JOSEPH L. GREENE
Adams has lost another of its old citizens, JOSEPH L. GREEN, died yesterday about 70 years of age. Mr. Green was for many years a leading and prosperous farmer but for a number of years past has resided in the village...
MRS. CARRIE E. GUNTSMAN -
MRS. CARRIE E. GUNTSMAN, wife of JOHN GUNTSMAN, the well-known musician of this city, died Thursday morning at the home of her father, LEONARD PFISTER, age 27 years, 7 months and 29 days. Mrs. Guntsman has long been a sufferer from chronic bronchitis...She leaves a husband, one daughter and a large circle of family relatives to mourn her early death..Mr. Gunstman is especially entitled to public sympathy, having recently been called upon to part with two bright and promising children through death's instrumentality.
MRS. GAYLORD ENOS -
MRS. ENOS, widow of the late GAYLORD ENOS, Esq., of Depauville, died Wednesday at 9 a.m....As one of the early pioneer families of our country, that of Gaylord Enos, took a prominent part in its settlement, moving to Depauville in 1824...Of her family of seven children, only three survive her, Hon. W. W. ENOS and MRS. HIRAM COPLEY of Chaumont, being among the number.
MRS. ANSON B. MOORE -
News was received here Friday of the death in New York of MRS. ANSON B. MOORE. Her maiden name was DELIA SPICER and she married Mr. Moore while a pupil in his school at Adams Centre before he became a resident of Watertown, which was about 30 years ago. When they came to Watertown they took up their residence on the lower portion of Stone Street and lived there many years. Some years ago they changed their place of residence to Massey Street and afterward to New York City. She was a wife and mother...
HIRAM H. HERRICK -
Our worthy brother, HIRAM H. HERRICK, after a severe and protracted illness died at his residence in the vicinity of Three Mile Bay on Sunday morning, March 28th at age 74 years. He was a charter member of the Three Mile Bay Grange...
NICHOLAS WAGONER -
NICHOLAS WAGONER of Carthage died Sunday morning in this city at the Kirby House. He was born at Fort Plain, NY on July 12th, 1828, thus dying in his 58th year. About 15 years later he removed with his parents to Natural Bridge...In the year 1850, getting tired of agricultural pursuits, he removed to Carthage...and purchased a canal boat...Success attended his efforts and three years later in 1853, he married Miss ELLEN P. LEVIS, daughter of the late Judge WM. P. LEVIS, of Carthage and sister of O. S. LEVIS of Watertown, who survive him. To them five children were born, three sons and two daughters. Two sons have died and Miss Grace and E. C. Wagoner of Carthage, and Mrs. Geo. Manchester of Pittsburg, PA are the surviving children.
At 58 Arsenal Street, in this city, April 11, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. GEO. J. DALY and MRS. ELLEN CLARK, both of Verona, Canada.
At 58 Arsenal Street, April 11, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, Mr. OREN A. LEE and Miss MARY F. CARLIN, both of Watertown, NY.
At Syracuse, April 6, 1886, by Rev. M. Clark, GEORGE E. MORSE of Clayton, and Miss ELIZA ROGERS of Chaumont.
At Placerville, Cal, March 26, DUDLEY O. STEVENS, formerly of this city, age 59 years and 6 months.
In this city, April 11, MARGARET, wife of JOHN LaROCK, age 35 yeras.
In this city, April 11, 1886, HENRY CUNNINGHAM, age 78 years.
In this city, April 11, 1886, JOHN H. CONNELL, age 28 years and 6 months.
At Stone Mills, April 8, 1886, MICHAEL MURPHY, age 73 years.
In this city, April 8, 1886, EDWIN CHARLES, son of FRANK and LIZZIE SAMSON, age 11 months and 5 days.
In this city, April 8, 1886, JAMES SMITH, age 50 years.
In Hounsfield, April 8, 1886, MARY, widow of the late RILEY FOWLER, age 83 years.
In this city, April 8, 1886, JAMES CONNELL, age 21 years and 5 months.
Suddenly, in this city, April 7, 1886, CHARLES L. PICKETT, age 63 years.
OBITUARY - HENRY CUNNINGHAM
HENRY CUNNINGHAM, an old resident of Watertown, died Sunday at his home in the Emerich Block, age 78 years...During the War and for some years after, Mr. Cunningham kept a saloon on Court Street...The deceased leaves several children.
MRS. LeBOUTILLIER -
News of the death of SARAH EVA, wife of Rev. GEO. T. LeBOUTILLIER, has been received in this city. The sad even occurred March 30 in the city of Buffalo, where Mrs. LeBoutillier was undergoing medical treatment. Rev. Mr. LeBoutillier, some seven years ago, was rector of Grace Church in this city and held the pastorate for three years...
JAMES SMITH -
JAMES SMITH, who was injured a short time ago while engaged as a carpenter in the Mundy Mansion, then being remodeled for an insurance building, died Thursday afternoon. Mr. Smith was one of the best mechanics in the city...It will be remembered that an iron scantling fell across his wrist and crushed it badly...
CHARLES L. PICKETT -
Wednesday morning, CHARLES L. PICKETT, the well known proprietor of the harness store in the Doolittle & Hall Block, died very suddenly at the residence of his son-in-law, W. O. BAKER on Winslow Street. Tuesday evening, Mr. Pickett contemplated doing to the opera house with his daughter, Mrs. Baker, but being unable to secure desirable seats, he abandoned the idea...Wednesday morning he proceeded to his former home on Franklin Street, hitched up his horse and started for the residence of his son-in-law, with whom he has taken his meals since the death of his wife a few weeks ago. On the way up Washington Street he was attacked with an ailment of the heart and arrived at his daughter's home in a dying condition. Drs. Spencer and Crawe were called at once, but he expired inside of an hour...gloom and sorrow which death has recently woven around the family circle through the taking away of Mrs. Pickett, the wife of the deceased, and Mrs. Baker, who died so suddenly last week, and mother of Mr. W. O. Baker. Mr. Pickett was 63 years of age.
At Mountain Side, Orange, N.J., on Thursday, April 15, 1886, at noon by the Rev. Henry M. Storrs, D.D., Dr. GEORGE B. PHELPS of New York to ISABEL STANLEY CARTER, daughter of OLIVER S. CARTER, Esq.
In this city, April 13, 1886, by Rev. W. H. Reese, WILLIAM W. GILLETT and Miss IDA A. CRIPPEN, all of Watertown, NY.
At the residence of the bride's parents at Carthage, NY, April 18, WILLIAM E. MAYOR of Brooklyn, NY and Miss LENA E. WHTIAKER of Carthage, NY.
At the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Alexandria Bay, April 10, 1886, by Rev. E. C. Lawrence, CHARLES A. WOOD and Miss LUCY DeYOUNG both of Alexandria Bay.
At Watertown, NY, April 20, 1886 by Rev. S. A. Hayt, JOHN C. JACKSON of Sackets Harbor and ELLA L. MOFFATT of Limerick.
At the home of the bride, at Hermon, April 14, by Rev. E. Richmond, FRANK A. STOKES and CARRIE A. GALE, both of Hermon.
At his home, near Great Bend, NY, April 11, 1886, GEORGE BLACK, age 60 years, 3 months and 11 days.
In the city of Syracuse on April 18, 1886, MRS. MARY E. LOOMIS, widow of the late WILLIAM A. LOOMIS, age 55 years and 6 months.
At Dexter, April 13, 1886, ELLA L., wife of C. E. JONES, age 28 years, 8 months and 18 days.
At Dexter, March 26, 1886, DAKIN, only son of CHARLES and MINNIE L. GILMORE, age 7 years, 1 month and 21 days.
At Dexter, March 29, 1886, NELLIE M., only daughter of CHARLES and MINNIE L. GILMORE, age 9 years, 3 months and 23 days.
At South Champion, on the 15th inst., MRS. LOUISA BROWN, widow of the late ORVILLE BROWN, of South Rutland, age 78 years, 8 months and 23 days.
In this city, April 15, 1886, MATHEW DIAMOND, age 51 years, 8 months and 15 days.
At his residence near Black River, April 18, 1886, WILLIAM MIDDLETON, age 79 years, 1 month and 10 days.
At St. Clement College, Beauharnois, Canada, March 28, 1886, CHARLES B., oldest son of PETER and JOSEPHINE BERGEVIN, age 10 years, 2 months and 18 days.
In this city, April 19, 1886, CHARLES HOBERT, son of F. M. and ELIZABETH HERRICK, age 7 years.
At Watertown, April 18, 1886, CHLOE, widow of the late JEROME IVES, age 71 years, 5 months and 13 days.
At Sackets Harbor, April 17, 1886, MARY FRANCIS, daughter of Lieut. W. W. and MARY TYLER, U.S.A., age 10 years, 7 months and 19 days.
In this city, April 18, 1886, JOHN R. CORY, age 46 years, 3 months and 13 days.
OBITUARY - JOHN R. CORY
JOHN R. CORY, the well known grocer, died Sunday evening. Mr. Cory has been a resident of Watertown for many years, and has been identified with the grocery trade since his first appearance here. For several years he was a salesman in P. Mundy's grocery store in the Iron Block, and for a short period went on the road as a salesman for a Rome firm....He leaves a wife and three children--two daughters and a little son--to mourn his sudden demise. Mr. Cory had been subject to epileptic seizures, and death was due to that cause. Mr. Cory left an insurance benefit to his family of $5,000.
At 16 William Street, Watertown, April 24, 1886, by Rev. C. C. Townsend, JOSEPH BARLOW of Copenhagen and CYNTHIA LESTER, of Felts Mills.
At 15 William Street, April 21, 1886, by Rev. C. C. Townsend, EDWARD H. WAGAR of Kingston, Canada and FANNY DONNELLY of Watertown.
At Hounsfield, April 24, 1886, ASEL HUNT, age 40 years, 7 months and 5 days.
In this city, April 26, 1886, ELVIRA S., widow of the late GEORGE W. HOWARD, age 45 years and 6 months.
In Champion, April 1st, 1886, FRED HERBERT, only remaining and dearly beloved child of PHILIP P. and ELLEN J. CRAIN, age 14 years, 4 months and 21 days.
At Dexter, April 20, 1886, of malignant scarlet fever, EDITH MAY GILMORE, age 8 years, and LEONARD JAMES GILMORE, age 4 years. Only children of JAMES A. and ADDIE E. GILMORE.
At Chateaugay, NY, on the 21st inst., JOHN W. ACKER, brother of CHARLES W. ACKER of this city.
At Perch River, NY, April 22, 1886, LEWIS M. WEBB, age 80 years.
At Pamelia, April 20, 1886, GEORGIE A., wife of HENRY J. SHERMAN, age 42 years and 7 months.
At Sackets Harbor, April 20, 1886, FRANCIS E., wife of JAMES R. JONES, age 27 years and 14 days.
At his home near Depauville, April 17, 1886, AUGUSTUS SCHNAUBER, age 63 years.
At Brownville, April 22, 1886, JOHN C. KNAPP, age 76 years, 7 months and 6? days.
At the Henry Keep Home, April 22, 1886, JONAS WALRATH, age 74 years and 7 months and 2 days.
At Sackets Harbor, April 21, 1886, FRANK GAMBLE, age 7 months and 7 days.
In this city, April 23, 1886, CLARENCE, son of SHERMAN and SARAH HOLBROOK, age 16 years, 11 months and 22 days.
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