Marriages and Deaths from Rochester Newspapers
Jan. 1, 1823 - Dec. 31, 1824

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Vital records in New York State weren't recorded by the state until 1880. For early vital records you have to either find church records or hope that the event is recorded in the newspaper. For the time period of this page, the only newspapers published were the Rochester Telegraph and the Monroe Republican. The Telegraph was filmed many years ago and is available a t the Rochester Public Library and a few other places around the country. The Republican only exists at the University of Rochester and for this page only records that were different than in the Telegraph were recorded. Note also that the film has been heavily scratched and some pages are out of focus so there are some illegible records.

The records on this page are extracted as published in the newspaper. Small monthly calendars are included to help when a newspaper record states that an event happened "last week Thursday."

You may wonder about birth records. Except for a few rare birth notices, birth records were not published until the mid twentieth century.

Two abbreviations that appear frequently in these old records are; inst. and ult. Their meanings are inst. = instant, an old word meaning this month and ult. = ultimo meaning last month.

Richard Halsey
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7 Jan. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Tuesday the 31st Dec. by the Rev. Mr. Bliss, Mr. Reuben Smith, of Parma, to Miss Asenah Barrett, of Manlius. At Utica, by the Rev. Mr. Anthon, Mr. Joshua Lamphir to Miss Nancy Young; Mr. E. Gerry Sanger to Miss Lucetta Stewart. At Litchfield, Mr. Russell R. Otis to Miss Olive Littlefields. In St. John's Church, Canandaigua, by the Rev. Mr. Norton of Richmond, Dr. Pliny Hayes to Miss Eliza Wells, daughter of Dr. R. Wells, all of that village. On the 25th ult. Mr. Thomas Bronson of Oswego, to Miss Harriet Peters. At West Bloomfield, Mr. Harvey Lee to Miss Fanny Knight. At N. York, Midshipman Griffin Tompkins, of the U. S. Navy, to Louisa, daughter of John Le Fort, Esq. of Staten Island. In this village, on Wednesday evening, the 1st by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Cornelius Rocafeller to Miss Sally Rose.

DIED - In this village, Mrs. Harriet Caldwell, wife of Mr. James Caldwell, aged 19, late of Auburn.
     About the 15th ult. in the Asylum, N. York, Marcellius P. Cozert, late of Rochester, N. Y.
     At Canandaigua, after a long and tedious ilness, Gideon Granger, Esq. late Post Master General of the United States, aged 56 years. - At Westmoreland, on the 26th ult., Mrs. Augusta Chapin, wife of Mr. Allen C., aged 22. - At Adams, Jefferson co. on the 15th ult., Mrs. Levina Chittenden, aged 2, wife of Thomas P. Chittenden, Esq. and daughter of Roderick Morrison, Esq. - At Utica, after a lingering ilness, Capt. Martin Dudley , one of the earliest settlers of that place, aged about 90. - On the 25th, Mrs. Eleanor Woodruff, consort of Mr. Charles W., aged 68. - At St. Thomas, Lieut. Walter Newcomb, who was landed sick from the U. S. brig Spark, his remains were entombed with military honors. Mr. N. was a son of the late Judge Newcomb of Keene, N. H. - At Townsend Prairie, (Ill.) on the 11th Nov., Mr. William Cullin Robinson, eldest son of Mr. Gain R. of Palmyra, aged 23. - At Albany on the 10th ult. after a short but painful illness in the 53d year of his age, Mr. Elias Hatch, formerly of Conn. - At Utica, John Clark, Esq. (father of Erastus Clark, Esq.) late of Lebanon, Conn., aged 95; Miss Olivia Jane Sherman, daughter of the late Mr. Watts Sherman, aged 17. - At Geneva, Mr. Martin Van Schaick, aged about 45. The death of this unfortunate man wned by his falling from near the top of a two-story building, on the 12 th Oct. last. He was a mason by occupation, and has a family residing in Ulster co. - At Gloucester, Capt. Ebenezer Cleaveland, 69 a soldier of the revolution. - At Stamford, Ct., Col. Alexander Mills, 61. He was at the battles of Monmouth and Germantown, at the storming of Stoney Point, and siege of Yorktown. - At Baltimore, Major White Youngs, of the U. S. army. He commanded the troops in Com. M'Donough's fleet.


14 Jan. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Penney, Mr. Theodore Backus, to Miss Harriet Moore. - At Henrietta, Mr. Jackson Sample, to Miss Lydia Cook; Mr. Elisha Cook, to Miss Lydia Arnold. - At Avon, Mr. Sylvester Carwell, to Miss Letty Archer; Mr. Arnold Babcock, to Miss Roxy Wolcott; Mr. Jesse Brown, to Miss Diana Warham; Mr. Samuel W. Ward, to Miss Maria Dickinson.


14 Jan. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married in East Rochester on Wednesday evening last by the Rev. Mr. Penney; Mr. Edward M. Hall to Miss Betsey Brown.

 

21 Jan. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village on Wednesday evening last by the Rev. Mr. Penny, Mr. Charles J. Hill, to Miss Salome Morgan. At Avon, on the 8th inst. by Elder Badger, Mr. Sandford Wood to Miss Maria Dickenson.

DIED - In this village, Mr. Curtis W. Cheney, aged 23 years. - At Stafford, (Con.) 2d ult., Capt. Anson Cushman, aged 31, late of Wheatland (N. Y.). - In Hudson, on the 7th inst. in the 56th year of her age, Mrs. Lydia Allen, mother of the late Lt. Comdt. Allen of the U. S. Navy. This excellent woman was universally respected and beloved and her death is a severe affliction to her surviving children. - Lately at Philadelphia, Dr. Michael Lieb, for may year a leading political character in Pennsylvania; and on the 30th inst. Mr. John Melish, the celebrated geographer in the 56th year of his age. - At New Haven, Conn. the Hon. Jonathan Ingersoll, Lt. Governor of that state, aged 63 years.


21 Jan. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married in this village on Wednesday evening the 15th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Penney; Mr. Charles J. Hill of the house of Leavitt & Hill to Miss Salome Morgan, late of Northampton, Mass.

Died in Caledonia on the 12th inst., Mr. James Sinclair aged 70 years. He was a native of Perthshire, Comire of Ross, Scotland.


28 Jan. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Mendon, Mr. John Yorks, Jr. to Miss Elizabeth Helmer; Mr. Cornelius Egbert to Miss Fanny Yorks; Mr. John B. Yorks to Miss Matilda Martin, both of Lima. - At West Bloomfield, Mr. Samuel Miller to Miss Charlotte Martin. At Lima, Mr. Nathaniel Beckwith, merchant at Palmyra to Miss Sophia Burchard, of the former place. - At Mendon, Mr. Martin Gillettto Miss Mary Brown; Mr. Thomas Sexton to Miss Charlotte N ewcomb.

DIED - At Lima on the 17th inst., Mr. Ebenezer Leach, aged 82 years.
       At Sandy Creek, on the 20th inst., Mr. Ambrose Ferguson, aged 55; on the 26th Dec. last, Mrs. Clarissa Perrigo, aged 31.


28 Jan. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married at Angelica, Mr. Benjamin B. Treat of Mendon to Miss Susan Davis.

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4 Feb. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Tuesday last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Peter Pifer to Mrs. Maria Youngs. - On Thursday last, by the Rev. J. Penney, Mr. Wlliam M. Hale, to Miss Malinda Stimson. - At Henrietta, on Sunday evening, by the Rev. J. Winchester, Mr. Abraham Pease, to Miss Mary Ellis. - At Cl__on, on Tuesday evening last, Enos Pomeroy, Esq. of this village to Miss Sarah Norton, daughter of the Rev. Dr. Norton of the former place.


4 Feb. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married at Penfield on Sunday last; Mr. Elias Butler to Miss Caroline Tripp.
       Married on Thursday the 30th ult. by the Rev. J. Penney; Mr. Wm. M. Hall of Brighton to Miss Melinda Stimson of Gates.


11 Feb. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Mulligan, Mr. Benjamin Campbell, Merchant, to Miss Sophronia Ensworth, daughter of Doct. Azel Ensworth, all of this village.
       At Washington city by the Rev. Mr. Matthews and Rev. Mr. Lowrie, Charles Joseph de Breeson, Secretary of the Legation of his most Christian Ministry to the United States, to Miss Catherine Livingston Thompson, eldest daughter of the Hon. Smith Thompson, Secretary of the Navy.

 

11 Feb. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married in Mendon on Thursday evening, the 30th ult., Mr. Joshua Ross Jr. to Miss Abigail Roscoe.


18 Feb. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on Wednesday morning last, Frederick Crane, only son of Mr. Fisher Bullard, aged 16 weeks.
       At Murray, Genesee co. on the 23d ult. Mr. Benjamin Clough, aged 60 He was a soldier of the revolution, and formerly from Unity, N. H.
       At Canandaigua, on the 8th inst., James L. Cole, Esq. aged 24 years, justly lammented for his many amiable qualities, and shining talents. Mr. C. was a poet of no ordinary cast and has contributed many fine speciments of his genius to the gratification of the reading public under the signature of "Adrian."
       At Baltimore on the 18th ult. Andrew Ellicott, of the typhus fever, a highly respectable and excellant man.


25 Feb. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Avon, Mr. Ethan Davis, Jr. to Miss Elizabeth Case. - At Henrietta, Mr. Stephen Markham to Miss Hannah Hogeboom; Mr. Hiram Huksley to Miss Phebe Hansted; Mr. Robert Miller to Mrs. M. Hill, of Avon.

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4 March 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Charles R. Ward, to Miss Mary Cook, both of this village. - At Camillus, om the 18th ult. Ariel Lawrence, Esq. of Vernon, aged 80 to Mrs. Asenath Lawrence, of the former place, aged 74, widow of the late Col. Bigelow Lawrence. It is somewhat singular that in the year 1759, Esq. Lawrence courted this lady and marriage was talked of between them,but he being called at that time to leave his ho me, and go to the defence of his country against the French, his elder brother, Col. Lawrence paid his addresses to, and soon after married her.
       DIED - In this village, on Friday last, Nathaniel M. Rochester, aged 9 years, son of the Hon. W. R. Rochester.
       DIED - At Albany, on the 21st ult., after a short but very severe illness, Mr. George Webster, book seller, and one of the prprietors of the Albany Gazette and Daily Advertiser, in the 61st year of his age. He has left a large family to whom his death will be an inseparable loss; and anumerous circle of friends and acquaintances, by whom his memory will long be cherished and respected.


11 March 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Lima, Mr. Martin Lee to Miss Amanda Ward. At Mendon, Mr. More to Mrs. Mercy Gales. At Bloomfield, Mr. Giles to Mrs. Rhoda Hall.
       DIED - At Washington city, the Rev. Dr. Andrew Hunter, a chaplain in the navy of the United States. He was also a chaplain in the revolutionary war. At New York, Robert Benson, Esq. aged 86; Capt. Mathew Whitmarsh aged 36; Mr. William Blair aged 37. At Warren, Conn. John Talmadge, Esq. At Cranston, R. I. Jno. Manchester, Esq. aged 31. At New Bedford, Capt. Silas Parker, aged 80. At Huntington, L. I. Mr. Silas Parker, aged 46. At Huntington Siuth, Capt. Zebulon Ketchum, aged 80. At Boston, Mr. William Homer, aged 96, born 30th March 1727. at Newport, Walter Nichols, Esq. naval officer of that port, aged 72. In Virginia, Howell Lewis, Esq. one of the private secretaries of president Washington. At Eastport, Me., the Rev. Horace Wheeler, formerly of Newburyport, Mass.
       In Canada, [illegible; just an initial]. Burness, a Scotchman, aged 115. He was in the battle of Culloden, in 1745.

 

25 March 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - On the 1st of Jan. at Falmouth, aged 80, Arthur Kempe, Esq. Ad of of Red. The deceased assisted at the glorios adiar of Quebec, where the immortal Wolfe fell, and accompanied Capt. Cook and Furneaux in their respective voyages of discovery.
       On the 20th Feb. at his house at Berkely, Gloucestershire, aged 73, Dr. Janner, the illustrious discoverer of vaccination. We cannot remain from expressing our ardent hope, that due and ample honor will be paid to the memory of an individual not less worthy of love for his private virtues than of esteem and adorration as one of the greatest benefactors of mankind.

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1 April 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Penney, Mr. John Shethar, to Miss Sarah Ensworth, daughter of Oct. Azel Ensworth, all of this place.
       In Murray on Sunday 16th inst., David Lucas, Esq. to Miss Rebecca Chamberlin; 23, David Peters, to Miss Matilda Lucas, all of that town.
       DIED - At the mouth of the Genesee River, on the 27th after a long and painful illness, Capt. David D. Dennison late of the U. S. Army, aged 35 years. He was resigned to the will of his Maker and has a well grounded hope of a happy resurrection through the merits and attonments of his Redeemer". Blessed are the dead that die in the name of the Lord - yes saith the spirit for they test the rest from their labors, and their works do follow them. - Communic ated.


8 April 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Ogden, on the 30th ult. Mr. Augustus Dalton to Miss Almira Smith. - In West Bloomfield, Mr. Ebenezer Martin to Miss Ruth Harwood.
       DIED - In this town, 28th March, James Clark, son of John Clark, in the sixth year of his age.


8 April 1823
Monroe Republican

Married in Shelby on the 20th inst., Mr. L. A. G. B. Grant of Parma to Cornelia Elicott of the former place.


15 April 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - On the 3d of March last in Mendon, much lamented, Abner Shelden, Esq. aged 71 years. - Mr. John Claflin, a revolutionary soldier and a good citizen.

 

15 April 1823
Monroe Republican

Died, Mr. John Claflan, a revolutionary soldier.


22 April 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On the 15th inst. at Sweden by William James, Esq., Mr. Benjamin W. Hammon to Miss Jane Myers.
       At Pittsfield, Mass., William Graves, Esq. of Clarkson, Monroe co. to Miss Lucy Bush, of the former place.
       Corretion - In the notice of the marriage of Mr. Martin to Miss Harwood, published in this paper of the 8th inst. for Ebenezer read Alexander.


22 April 1823
Monroe Republican

Died at Parma on the 6th inst., Lydia, wife of Doct. Gibbons Jewett aged 35. Her death was occasioned by accidentally drinking a strong solution of potash.


29 April 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On evenig last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Jonathan Packard to Miss Margaret Covert, all of this village.
On the 22d inst. by the Rev. J. Penney, Mr. Samuel P. Gould of this village, to Miss Tabitha C. Cooley, late of Granville, Mass.

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6 May 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Ridgeway on the 27th ins. by the Rev. Mr. Pratt, Harry Moore, Esq. to Miss Mary Pennell, of the former place. - In Mendon, Mr. Freeman Gage, to Miss Phebe Allen.
       DIED - In this village on Tuesday morning last, of a lingering illness, Mr. Jesse Peck, aged 69, formerly of Berlin, Conn. Mr. P. was an officer in the revolutionary war.


6 May 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in this village on Tuesday last; Mr. Jesse Peck, aged 69 years formerly of Berlin, Conn. Mr. P. was an officer in the revolutionary army and has sustained through life, the character of a useful and respectable man.

 

13 May 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Wednesday evening last, by Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Raphael Beach to Mrs. Mahala Safford.
       On Sunday last, Mr. Alfred M. Clark to Miss Sally Taylor, all of this place.


20 May 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Dr. Marvin Johnson, of Lockport, to Miss Patty Newcomb, of this village.
       DIED - At Henrietta, on the 11th inst., Mr. Chandler Bronson, aged 37. - Myron Hovey, aged 8 years, son of Mr. Solomon Hovey.

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3 June 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Saturday evening, by A. Gardiner, Esq. Mr. Antonio Lequo, to Miss Polly Young.
       DIED - At Scarsdale, Westchester county, on Thursday morning the 22d ult. in the 87th year of his age, Jonathan G. Tompkins, Esq., father of his excellency Daniel D. Tompkins.


3 June 1823
Monroe Republican

Married at Clarkson by the Rev. J. F. Bliss; Mr. Justus Cooley to Miss Maria Ross.
       Died in Wheatland on Tuesday the 27th ult.; Miss Utilla Russell, aged 22 years.


10 June 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Sunday evening, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Gregor M'Gregor to Miss Sally Ames, both of this town.
       At Lima, Mr. Albert Smith to Miss Lucy Houghton, of that place.
       At Ontario, on the 12th of May, by Rev. Asa Carpenter, Doct. Roswell Kimball of Penfield to Miss Elnora Matthews, daughter of Capt. Jabez Matthews, of the former place.
       DIED - At his residence in the manor of Livingston, on the 26th ult., Gen. Henry Livingston, in the 71st year of his age.

 

10 June 1823
Monroe Republican

Married in Henrietta; Mr. Tiffany Hunn of this village to Miss Harriet Lothrop of Henrietta.


17 June 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Whitecreek, Washington co., by the Rev. Mr. Draper, Dr. Philip N. Draper to Miss Sila Ann Post, daughter of Dr. James Post. - By the Rev. Mr. M'Laren, Mr. Horace Rice to Miss Tabitha Wells of Cambridge.
       In Brighton, on the 18th by the Rev. John White, Mr. Stephen Spencer to Miss Hannah Larkins. - On Thursday last, by Elder Miller, Mr. Horrace Willcox to Miss Angeline E. Crocker.


24 June 1823
Monroe Republican

Married in Brighton on Thursday evening last by the Rev. Mr. Penney; Mr. William B. Bloss to Miss Polly B. Blossom, formerly of Lenox, Mass.

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1 July 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in Greece on Friday last, widow Chloe Brownson, aged 61 years.


8 July 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On the 19th of May, Caleb Willis to Miss Ann Maria Mott; on the 19th of June, Nathaniel Willis, son of Capt. Caleb Willis, to Miss Clementina Mott, both daughters of Samuel C. Mott, all of Sing Sing.
       DIED - Very suddenly of cholera morbus, on the 4th inst., Mr. James Clark of this village.


8 July 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in this village very suddenly of a Cholera Morbus on the 4th inst., Mr. James Clark, aged 40 years.
       Died on the 6th inst., Mr. Dan T. Noyes, aged about 18 years.
       Died in Brighton on the 6th inst.; widow Murray.
       Died, a child of Mr. Cooley.


15 July 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on the 9th inst. Mr. John La Forge; on the 1st inst., Lucretia C Magne, aged 9 years, daughter of Mr. Charles Magne [Printers in Connecticut are requested to publish this notice]. - At Penfield, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Errella Marlett, wife of Mr. Reuben Marlett. - At Amherst, (Mass.) on the 30th ult., Rev. Zephariah Swift Moore, D. D., President of the Collegiate Institution of in that town.
       At Norfolk on the 2d inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Barron, consort of Commodore Barron, aged 51.
       At the residence of her father, in the vicinity of Lexington, Ken. on the 18th ult., Miss Lucretia Hart Clay, daughter of the Hon. Henry Clay.


15 July 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in this village, Mr. John LeForge.

 

22 July 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In Niagara, Niagara county on the 30th ultimo, James Field Esq. in the 59th year of his age, an old resident and respectible inhabitantof that town. His remains were intered with masonic honors.
       At Murray, Genesee co. on the 9th inst. Laura, the wife of Doct. Augur(late member of the Legislature from this county) aged 25; also same day, Fanny the wife of Mr. Jonathan Jewell, aged 37.
       At New York, on the 13th instant, in the 43d year of her age; Mrs. Maria F. Hoffman, wife of Josiah Ogden Hoffman, Esq.
       At East Hartford, Gen. Shubael Griswold aged 61 years.
       At his seat near Statesville, N. C. on the 14th ult. after a short illness, Col. Richard Allison in the 63rd year of his age. He served his country during its struggle for independence, and has been an active and useful citizen ever since.
       At Fort Atkinson, (Council Bluffs) Lieutenant Gauriel Fields, of the U. S. army. His death was caused by an accidental wound which he inflicted on his yhigh with a knife. His leg was amputated but to no purpose. Lieut. Fields was highly respected in his regiment.


22 July 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in this village on Saturday last, Mr. James Thompson of consumption, aged 33 years. A native of Edinburgh, Scotland.


29 July 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Brighton on the 10th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Winchester, Mr. Greenville Beardsley, to Miss Milana Stone, both of that town.
       At Penfield, on the 20th inst. by the Rev. Asa Carpenter, Mr. Robert Fowler, to Miss Ann Maria Platt; on the 24th, by Roswell Kinball, Esq., Mr. Stephen Lockwood, to Miss Dinah Harris.


29 July 1823
Monroe Republican

Married at Penfield on the 20th inst. by the Rev. Asa Carpenter, Mr. Robert Fowler to Miss Maria Platt, both of that town.

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5 Aug. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, a child of Mr. William Charles. On Friday, a child of Elisha S. Lee Esq. late of Utica, aged 16 months. On Saturday, a child of Mr. S. H. Packard, aged 14 months. - At Riga, on the 7th ult., Loring Turner, His death was occasioned by a wound received from the discharge of a musket, on the 4th ult.


5 Aug. 1823
Monroe Republican

Died on Friday evening last, J. Elliot, a son of E. Smith Lee, aged 17 months.
       Died on Sunday evening last, a child of Mr. Sylvester H. Packard.
       Died in East Rochester on Thursday last; Mary Ann Graves, aged -- years, dau. of Mr. A. Graves.


12 Aug. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on the 6th ult. Mrs. Deodemia Murray, aged 45. On the 6th inst. Mr. William Wallace, aged 65. On the 5th, Mr. Ammi Crocker, aged 40; Maria Antoinette, daughter of Mr. M. B. Lockwood , aged 6 years. On the the 10th inst. Jane Williams, only child of Lt. Walter Smith, of the U. S. Army, aged 15 months.
       At Pittsford, on the 5th inst. Janet Smith, aged 15 months, daughter of Mr. Isaac Smith of that place. [Editors of Ithaca papers will please to insert this notice.]
       At Clinton, on the 1st inst. after a lingering illness, in the 26th year of her age, Mrs. Cornelia Bristoll, wife of Doctor Moses Bristoll, of Buffalo.

 

19 Aug. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on saturday last, a child of Mr. Seth Lamb, aged 14 months. - On the 13th instant, Mrs. Ruth Thatcher, aged 19, wife of Mr. Marshall Thatcher.


19 Aug. 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in Penfield on the 8th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Robb at the advanced age of 91 years. Between fifty and sixty mourners followed her remains to the grave.


26 Aug. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Thursday last by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Thomas Love, to Miss Jane Earles, both of Greece.
       DIED - Yesterday, in this village a child of Mr. Samuel Marckley, age 14 months. On the 20th, Adeline, daughter of Col. John Histed, aged 15 months. - At his residence, at Bellows Falls, Vt., John Atkinson, Esq. formerly of New York, aged 81 years.


26 Aug. 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in Brighton on Monday the 18th inst., Mr. Andrew Moore aged 28 years.
       Died in this village on the 21st inst., a child of Mr. John Swift aged 11 months.
       Died on the 23rd inst., a child of Mr. John Bingham.
       Died at Covington, Genesee County on Thursday last; Mrs. Mary Hart, widow of the late Thomas Hart, late of Oneida Co. and mother of Roswell Hart of this village, aged 71 years. She retired to rest in apparent good health and before 12 o'clock was a corpse.

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2 Sept. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Marietta, Ohio, on the 10th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Robbins, Col. Wm. H. Ward, merchant of this city, to Miss Maria Ann Buell, of the former place.
       DIED - In this village, on the 28th ult. Mrs. Betsy Ann Riley, aged 25, wife of Mr. Ashbel W. Riley, and daughter of Mr. Eli Stilson. During the few days of her illness, she enjoyed the almost uninterrupted use of her reason. The ardent love and affection towards her friends which distinguished her character, shone conspicuously at the closing scene. As her passage to the tomb shortage, Divine light beamed around her, through the merits of her Redee mer, to look with confidence with abetter world. - Communicated [Printers in Auburn and alsi in Connecticut are requested to insert the above]. On Sunday last, a son of Mr. John Smith, aged 6 years. At Albany, on the 21st, Mr. John Cook, state Librarian and proprietor of the Albany Reading Room, aged 59 years. - At At Farmington, Conn., Mr. John Treadwell, Esq., a former Governor of that state, aged 77. His character is well known throughout the state, and his memory will lon g be kept in rememberance.


2 Sept. 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in this village on Saturday the 30th ult., Charles Edwin Smith, eldest son of Mr. John Smith aged about 7 years.


9 Sept. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. F. H. Cumming, Mr. Russell Byer to Miss Elvira Chapman.
       DIED - In this village, on Friday last an infant daughter of the late Mr. Truman Stone.


16 Sept. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Thursday last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. John Cooley to Miss Nancy Rose.
       DIED - In tis village, on Friday last, a child of Mr. Peter Johnson, aged 13 months.
       In New York, on the 5th inst. Orrin D. Weed in the 22d year of his age.
       The pure, the dignified, the eloquent, the noble minded WELLS - the head of the Bar, the pride of the city, and the delight of his friends, sleeps the sleep og death. In the strong and beautiful vigor of middle life, and almost in the zeith of usefullness and fame, he was so suddebly vanished from our sight, that we can scarcely yet realize the fearful fact to be other than the vision of a feverish and troubled death. He died on the 7th inst. at his residence on Brooklyn Heights. The sensation produced throughout the city, by the inteligence of his death - the anxious inquiries every where made, in the hope the rumor would prove to be unfounded and the sadness which its truth but imparted to every countanance, indicate the greatness of our loss in the exhibition of no ordinary sorrow. "He was a scholar, and a ripe and good one." He was a profound lawyer, and eloquent advovate, a firm but temperate politician, a fininshed gentileman, a sincere, generous an d steadfast friend. I am unable to fill up the outline - I can only say with Ames, in the subdued spirit of the shepherd king of Israel. "My heart melts within us I write; I could pour it out like water" - N. Y. Com. Ade.

 

16 Sept. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married at Parma by Roswell Atchinson, Esq., Mr. Timothy Lane to Miss Rebecca Kelly.
       Died at Pittsford on the 8th inst., Mr. Jared Scranton aged 43.
       Died at Penfield, Nathan Weston.
       Died, same day, the wife of Nathan Bennett.
       Died in Brighton, widow Polly Kniffin, wife of the late Samuel Kniffin aged 32.


23 Sept. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on the 19th inst. Mr. Chester Back, aged 25. [Printers in Montgomery county are requested to notice this.] - In Chili, on the 19th inst. Catharine, daughter of Mr. James S. Spencer, aged 10 months.
       In England, General Sir Charles Asgill, bart aged about 70. It will be recollected that this officer, when a captain, and a prisoner to the American arms, in the war of the revolution, was designated, by lot, to be executed in retaliation for the barbarous execution of Capt. Lippencot, of the American army, by the British army in New York, in case the murderers of the American captain were not given up or punished. It will also be recollected, that the delay of the executio n was owing to promises on the part of authors of the outrage - that the perilous situation of Capt. Asgill occasioned a great sensation in England, France and all Europe; and that his agonized mother, Lady Asgill, repaired to Paris and supplicated the beautiful Maria antoinette, of France, (one of the best friends America had in Eirope) to interpose her powerful solicitation to our great Commander-in-chief to revoke his order, and I berate the devoted officer; - and that the petition of Lady Asgill to the Queen was considered to be one of the most pathetic appeal in the English language. This interposition of the Queen, and of many others, were received by Gen. Washington with the respect they merited; but they had no effect in his great mind to divert him for a moment from his indeflexible resolution to put a stop to the enormities of the enemy; and when he found as he did that the conduct of the enemy had been wholly changed by the censure he had adopted, and had asssurances that the e xecutions would not be repeated, then, and then only, the Christian chief voluntarily and of his own accord, countermanded the orders given for the execution of his priseoner, and restored him to his afflicted family and friends.


30 Sept. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In New York, on the 21st inst. by the Rev. Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Amus Leland, of the firm of Metzger & Leland of this village, to Miss Hannah Raltoone, of New York.
       DIED - In this village, on Sunday evening last, Mr. William C. Smith, aged 31, formerly of Connecticut, and late of Hudson, N. Y.

"Great God, I own thy sentence just,
    And nature must decry;
I yield my body to the dust
    To dwell with fellow clay."
"Thee shall I see thy lovely face,
    With strong immortal eyes,
And feast upon thy unknown grace;
    With pleasure and surprise." - Com.
       On the 15th inst. at his residence in Bordentown, N. J. Gen. Henry Lallemand, a distinguished officer of the French artillery under the late Emperor.
       At his seat in Virginia, John W. Eppes, Esq. aged about 50 years, for some years a distinguished Representative in Congress, and more recently a member of the U. S. Senate.
       On Wednesday evening, in Philadelphia, Com. John Shaw, of the U. S. navy.


30 Sept. 1823
Monroe Republican

Died in this village on Wednesday evening last, Mr. Robert Johnson aged about 28, lately from Ogdensburg.

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7 Oct. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village on Monday last, Miss Mary Ellis, aged 23, late of Saratoga Springs.


14 Oct. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Aurora on the 21st ult. by B. L. Cuyler, Esq., Daniel Avery, Esq., a candidate for the Senate, aged 59, to Miss Freelove Mitchell, aged 55.
       At Geneseo, Mr. Richard Fitzhugh, son of Col. Wm. Fitzhugh, to Miss Mary Ann, dau. of Capt. H. Jones, all of that place.
       DIED - In this village, on Thursday last, Mrs. Esther Maria, wife of Moses Chapin Esq. and daughter of Dr. Levi Ward of this village, aged 24 years. In the death of this excellent young woman, a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances have to suffer an irreparable loss. Surrounded by every thing that is calculated to make life pleasant and desirable, she is called away in the morning of life, to enter on a high state of existence; and altough her friends afe lef t to grieve, they sorrow not as those without hope - their loss is her eternal gain. "There is rest in Heaven" - Com..
       On the 5th inst. Mr. Ephraim Wheeler, aged 49; and on the day previous, a child of Mr. Wheeler's, aged 3 years. They were bith interred in the same grave.
       On the 2d ult. in Stafford, Genesee county, Mr. George Dunham, son of Seth Dunham Esq. of Mansfield, Con. aged 26 years.; and on the 6th of the same month, Mary Ann, the only remaining child of Mr. D. aged 3 years. - [Printers in Connecticut are requested to insert this.]
       In Milford, Union county, Ohio, on the 25th of August, Col. George Brown, aged 31. He hath left his house's companion, and an infant to deplore his loss. He was engaging in his manners, an affectionate husband, and an ornament to society.
       At Rome, Miss Ann Huntington, daughter of H. Huntington, Esq.

 

14 Oct. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married at Parma by Roswell Atchinson, Esq., Mr. Timothy Lane to Miss Rebecca Kelly.
       Died in this village on Thursday morning last, Mrs. Esther Maria Chapin aged 24, wife of Moses Chapin Esq. and dau. of Dr. Levi Ward Jr. of this village.

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4 Nov. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - At Delaware, Ohio, on the 3d inst. of a pulmonary complaint, Mr. Seymour Skiff, Civil Engineer, aged 25 years. Mr. Skiff was a native of Cazenovia, N. York; a young gentleman, who by his close and honest application of business acquired the full confidence and sincere friendship of the canal commissioners and engineers in New York, and by their influence obtained the most respectable appointment of this state. After having prosecuted his business in the vicinity of Upper Sand usky, about three weeks he was attacked by the obstinate and lingering disease which terminated his existence. During his residence at Worthington, (to which place he repaired for the recovery of his health) he had asvice from some of the most rrespectable physicians in the country and his peculiry unpleasant situation being placed among strangers excited the deepest sympathy of all who saw him. This suddenly cut off from the completion an important object, repecting which he had much anxiety, his usefullne ss to the world is forever lost.
       Toward the close of his illness he had a stong desire to return to his friends, in his native state, and obtained the reluctant consent of his physicians (who were persuaded of his inability to perform such a journey) to make the attempt and a faithful young man (to whom from disattention and kindness, he became much attached) was hired to accompany him to the lake. He was however, unable to proceed any farther than Delaware, where every attention was paid to him, untill his death . His remains were taken back to Worthington, and buried on the 5th. "By strangers honored and by strangers mourned." Delaware Patron
       At his residence in Williamsburgh (Groveland) on Tuesday last, Maj. Charles Carroll, aged 56 years, formerly from the state of Maryland.


11 Nov. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Sill, Mr. Nathaniel Ward of Tyrinham, Mass. to Miss Mary Reynolds of this village. On Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Marvin Redfield to Miss Lucina Pratt, all of this village. - At East Windsor, Conn., Maj. Edward Bissell, of this village, to Miss Jane A. Maria Reed, daughter of Dea. A. Reed.

 

18 Nov. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Bergen, on the 11thinst. by the Rev. Mr. Halsey, Mr. _____ Randall, of Clarkson, aged 74, to Mrs. Mary Fordham, of the former place, aged 85.

Hymen - indulged, from thy store,
Upon thy aged boiaries pour
   The choiced blessings down
Let all the joys that wait the groom,
And virgin their youthful bloom,
   The latter union crown
And should the bosm cold have grown,
Long kept beneath the chily zone
   Of single lite, and felt its sway
Then, Cupid, let they fires return,
And with renewal vigor born,
   To chase the gathered frost away. - Com.
       At Buffalo, Mr. R. W. Haskins to Miss Eliza S. Caryl; Mr. Royal Cotton to Miss Catharine Caryl, daughters of Capt. B. Caryl.
At Batavia, on Sunday last, Mr. Robert Blade, of Brockport, to Miss Nancy Baldwin.
DIED - At Holley, on the 9th inst. after a short illness, Mrs. Louisa, wife of Mr. Samuel th Cave, aged 24 years.
       The records of mortality are always affecting but now and then a case presents itself marked with circumstances so peculiarly affecting, and associated with recollection so interesting, that the hearts of spectators, as well as re;latives, acknowledge its claims by a spontaneous and unusual burst of sensability. Mrs. C. was the youngest daughter of fond even doating parents. She was in the morning of an life, which promised to be bright and sunny; for she was surrounded by flateri ng prospects. She had been united with the husband of her heart, only one short year, with whom, immediately upon their union, she left the enjoyments of her paternal root and an extensive circle of friends, for this new settlement where she has endeared herself to all by an amiable and most exemplary department. Mrs. C. lived to give birth to a daughter, and has left it too young to appreciate its loss; a husband too deeply afflicted to be consoled by the objects which surround him and a numerous list of distant relatives and friends, whose anguish must be heightened by the regret that they could not be present to offer their consolations and receive her last farewell. [Printers in Massachusetts, N. Hampshire, and Vermont are requested to notice the above mentioned event, in their respective papers, and oblige the friends of the deceased.]
       At Henrietta, on the 10th inst., Mrs. Betsey Gillett, aged 30, wife of Mr. Eliphalet Gillett, and daughter of Mr. John Hutchinson, all of Hebron, Conn. She with her infant twins, were buried on the 12th. Printers in Connecticut will please insert this notice in their respective papers.


25 Nov. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - At Lockport, Mrs. Mary Comstock, aged 84, widow of Nathan Comstock, formerly of Farmington.
       At New York, on the 11th inst. of consumption, Miss Susan Ann, only child of Gen. Samuel Colt, of Geneva, aged 23.
       In Cincinnati, Ohio, on the 24th of september last, Mr. Asa thFox, late of Le Roy, N. Y. aged 42, He had for some time been afflicted with a violent cough which terminated in a consumption.
       Near Marietta, Ohio, Rufus Putnam, aged about 90, a Brigadier General by brevet at the close of the revolutionary war, and afterwards a brigadier under Wayne, in the western army, formerly of Rudland, Mass.
       In Kentucky, Gen. Martis D. Hardin, late a Senator in Congress, and one of the most distinguished citizens of the Western country, aged 41 years.
       In Boston, the Indian Prince Shaunoiskanan, lately exhibited at the Boston Museum.
       In Dublin in the 76th year of her age, Mrs. Mary Goff. She was born, married,had twenty-one children, and died in the same room.
       In France, Rear Admiral Hamelin, late of naval commander of the French Blockading fleet off Cadiz. He died of a brain fever, occasioned by the excess of fatigue of the service; General Count de Damas, aged 58.

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2 Dec. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Ridgeway on Sunday last, Mr. Henry Scrantom, of the firm of H. & E. Scrantom, of this village, to Miss Ardelia Moore, daughter of Eli Moore, Esq. of the former place.


9 Dec. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Wednesday the 3d inst. by the Rev. J. S. Thompson, Mr. David Bloomfield to Miss Mehela Culbert, all of this village.
       DIED - On the East Rock, in New Haven, Ct. ______ Turner, usually called "The Hermit." This singular being had for a number of years lived in sensation on the top of the rock, the ascent to which is both difficult and tedious. - His residence was a cabin, built of earth and stone, with an aperture which served both as an entrance and a chimney. At the extremity of his cabin was his bed, composed of husks and boughs, where on Sunday, the 2d inst. he was found dead. An inquest was held on the body, whose verdict was, that he died by the vistation of God. His person is covered with rags and in that part which served as his trowsers where was found, strongly sewed in triple voids, upwards of $40 in silver - which served to show that, though he had renounced the world, the love of gain was still inherent. The only companions of his retirement were three or four sheep, which he fed with care, and they enjoyed all his tenderness. He was exetremely taciturn in hi s manner - communicated little to inquirers and was ignorant and repulsive. In winter he appeared frequently at the doors of the citizens, with a basket - asked for nothing, spoke little, but whatever was given him he took away quietly. The only food found in his tenement, was two or three birds, picked for cooking and a few potatoes. We believe he was a native of some of the neighboring towns, but of his early life, or the motives which led him to seek such an asylum from the vanities of life, we have no k nowledge. - New Haven Herald


16 Dec. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on the 14th inst. by A Gardiner, Esq., Mr. Joseph Crocker to Miss Almira Adams, all og this village.
       DIED - At Albany, on the 2d inst. George W. Mancius Esq. formerly postmaster of that city.


16 Dec. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married in this village on the 14th inst. by A. Gardiner Esq.; Mr. Joseph Crocker to Miss Almira Adams, both of this village.

 

23 Dec. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. A. B. Calhoun to Lucy Seymour, all of this village.
       At the Saut de St. Marie, on the 12th October by the Rev. Mr. Laird, Mr. Henry R. Schoolcraft Indian Agent, to Miss Jane Johnson, daughter of John Johnson, Esq. both of that place.

       DIED - At New York, on the 13th inst. the Rev. and venerable Ezra Sampson, in the 76th year of his age.


23 Dec. 1823
Monroe Republican

Married in Brighton on the 7th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Knapp; Lieut. Levi Brag, aged 35 to Miss Almira Howe, aged 20, after a courtship of one evening.


30 Dec. 1823
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Penney, Mr. Samuel W. Lee, to Miss Sally Allen, daughter of Capt. P. Allen, all of this village.
       On the 25th inst. by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Elijah Bronson, to Miss Dorothy Waterman, both formerly of Norwich, Vt.
       on the 23d inst. by Moses Chapin, Esq., Mr. William Walker, to Miss Almira Thompson, all of this village.
       On the 24th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Chapin, Mr. Miles Moore, to Miss Irena Smith, both of Clarkson.        At Riga, on the 13th inst. by the Rev. A. Darwin, Mr. Samuel C. Baldwin, to Miss Susan Staunton.

DIED - In Farmington, on the 15th inst. of typhus fever, Moses Aldrich, aged 13 years, son of Dr. S. Aldrich, in a lively hope of a blessed immortality. May his affected friends experience the reality of the priest's language - "He mourns the dead who lives as they desire." - Com.

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6 Jan. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Wednesday evening, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Nathaniel Osborne, to Miss Harriet Little; Mr. Avery Brown to Miss Melinda Hatch.
       On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Joseph Penney, Mr. Nelson Thompson, formerly of Batavia, to Miss Maria Clark, daughter of Dea. Frederick Clark, all of this village.
       At Milo, Cayuga co. on the 1st inst. by the Rev. Mr. Chase, Mr. Nathaniel Draper, of this village, formerly of Claremont, N. H. to Miss Rachel Casner, of the former place.
       At Greece, by S. Walker, Esq., Mr. Samuel Carpenter, aged sixteen, to Miss Nancy Earls, aged fourteen.        At Clarkson, by Rev. Mr. Bliss, Mr. David Harris to Miss Sarah Sisson; Mr. George W. Worden to Miss Elizabeth Clark; Mr. Nathaniel Lord to Miss Livonia Dimmick.
       At Bloomfield, on the 1st inst. by Elder Badger, Mr. ----- Lamphere to Miss Betsey Gates.
       At Lima, by Elder J. Badger, Mr. Belia Brockway to Miss Ann Hammond.

DIED - At Canandaigua, on the 29thult. Mrs. Cornelia R. Granger, aged 26, wife of Francis Granger Esq.
       At Palmyra, on the 15th ult. Mr. William Wilcox, aged 54 years, on of the early settlers.
       At West Point on the 15th ult. Doct. Jas. Culbush, Professor of Chemistry in the Military Academy - a man not only known for his extensive knowledge of Chemistry, but distinguished for his philanthropy and patriotism.


13 Jan. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Churchville, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Halsey, Mr. Lorin Clark, merchant, of Byron, to Miss Almira Church, daughter of Capt. Samuel Church.
       At East Bloomfield, on the 1st inst. by Elder Goodel, of Bristol, Mr. Orrin Wilcox, to Miss Hannah Hamlin, both of the former place.

 

13 Jan. 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in Ogden by the Rev. Mr. Locke, Mr. Isaac Foster, aged 40 to Miss Mary Marther, aged 21, after a tedious courtship of three days.
       Married on the 1st inst., Mr. Nathaniel Draper of Rochester (formerly from Claremont, NH) to Miss Rachel W. Costner of Milo, Yates County.


20 Jan. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

At Chili, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. Mr. C. Cook, Mr. Abram Orton, to Miss Abigail Barnes, all of that place.
       At Henrietta, on the 11th inst. by E. Kelsey, Esq., Mr. Richard Lewis to Miss Permelia Wheeler, of East Bloomfield.        At Elba, Genesee co. Mr. James Bardeen to Miss Rhoda Sewart; Mr. David Scofield to Miss Betsey Hague.
At Batavia, Mr. Rouse Kinyon to Miss Mary M'Kensey.


20 Jan. 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in Parma by Elder Hinckley, Mr. Abner Brown to Miss Anna French.
       Married in Ogden, Mr. Jesse Woodmansy to Miss Udoxy Smith.


27 Jan. 1824
Monroe Republican

At Mansfield, Richmond county, (Ohio) on the 14th ult. by the Rev. James Rowland, Mr. Charles M. Garreson, of the former place, to Miss Lowley Mallory, formerly of this village.

In Barre, Genesee co. on the 26th ult. Mr. Augustus Buell, aged 40 years, formerly of Killingworth, Conn. Mr. B. returned to his house in a fit of intoxication, in the absense of his family, and before he could kindle a fire, it is suppposed he perished with the cold. - Com.

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3 Feb. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. O. Miller, Mr. Elihu H. Grover to Miss Arabella Granger, all og this vilage.

DIED - In this village, on Suday morning last, Miss Julia C. Warren, aged 16, daughter of Mr. Daniel Warren.
       At east Hartford, (Conn.) Mrs. Esther Forbes, wife of Mr. Elijah Forbes jr., aged 46.


10 Feb. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Capt. William T. Cuyler to Miss Charlotte Hanford, all of this village.


10 Feb. 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in Brighton, Mr. Eber Sherwood to Miss Elvira Crittenden, dau. of Mr. Chauncey Crittenden.

 

17 Feb. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on Saturday last, Harriet Stearns, an infant daughter of Mr. Daniel D. Hatch.
       In this village, on the 6th inst. Mrs. Polly Hotchkiss, wife of Mr. Archibald Hotchkiss. [Printers in Buffalo and Batavia are requested to publish this notice.]
       At Washington, on the 28th ult. Mrs. Catharine Livingston De Bresson, wife of the Secretary of the Legation of France, and daughter of the Hon. Smith Thompson, of the state of New York.
       At Cooperstown, on the 26th ult. Mrs. Sarah S. Stranahan, wife of the Hon. Farrand Stranahan, of the Senate of this state.


17 Feb. 1824
Monroe Republican

Died in this village, Harriet Stearns, dau. of Mr. D. D. Hatch, aged 15 months.


24 Feb. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on the 21st inst. by M. Chapin, Esq., Mr. Aaron Buell, to Miss Jane Britain, all of this village.

DIED - At East Bloomfield, on the 14th instant, Doctor Asa Hamlin, in the 71st year of his age. He departed, we trust, with a humble reliance upon the merits of the Redeemer, for pardon and acceptance with his God and Judge - Communicated.
       Printers in Connecticut will please insert the above in their respective papers.


24 Feb. 1824
Monroe Republican

Married, Mr. T. Jerrum to Miss Betsey Walket.
       Married in Mendon on the 15th inst. by Elder Weaver and Charles Foot Esq., Joseph and Jesse Munn to Miss Abigail Kimball!!

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2 March 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Tuesday the 24 th ult. by the Rev. Orrin Miller, Mr. Barney Bush, to Miss Betsey Brown, all of this village.
       At Pittsford, on the 13th ult. by J. Armstrong, Esq., Mr. John Matthews, to Miss Martha Istead.
       At Mendon, on the 17th ult., Mr. John Coon to Miss Cenia Campain; on the 27th ult.; Mr. Ira Beegle to Miss Betsey Davis; Mr. T. Jerrum to Miss Betsey Walker; on the 19th ult., Mr. Wm. Beegle to Miss Margaret Davis; Mr. Philander Barret to Miss Piercy Munn; on the 22d ult. by the Rev. Mr. Taylor, Mr. Walter Welch to Miss Maria Wilson.

DIED - In this village, on Wednesday last, Mr. Amos Allcott, aged 40 years - formerly of Ballston Spa.
       It seldom happens that we have to record a dispensation which has produced a greater sensaton, than the death of Mr. Allcott. He was endeared to a large circle of friends by his virtues. He was active and enterprising in business, and at the time of his death was extensively engaged in a large and repectatable manufacturing establishment, on which more than one hundred persons were dependant for business and support. His death is a severe loss, not only to his family, but t o society at large. The great concourse of citizens which followed him to the grave, among which were his Masonic brethren, clothed in the habiliments of mourning evinced the sympathy which was felt for his nourning friends, and the respect which is due to his memory.
       On the same day, Mrs. Maria Packard, aged 22, wife of Mr. Sylvester H. Packard, and her infant son. The funeral of these persons was attended at the same time, at the Episcopal Church. The sermon, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, was affecting, solemn, and interesting. The scene was calculated to impress the truth "that in the midst of life we are in death," and this together with the forfeited and pathetic remarks of the preacher, produced an effect upon the cong regation which we have seldom witnessed - Communicated.


9 March 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On the 3d inst. by Mr. Chapin, Esq., Mr. Edmund H. Garrett to Miss Joanna Stanley, all of this village.
       DIED - At Albany, on the 25th ult. Dr Robert Kerr, aged 69. He was a resident of Niagara, (U. C.) has been a surgeon in the British service upwards of 45 years, many of which he has been stationed at Fort George.        At Oswegatchie, on the 16th ult. Capt. Silas Kellogg, aged 40. The circumstance which led to his death was peculiary unfortunate. About ten weeks since, he was passing on a new road in the town of Ro_sie, when a rifle ball, supposed to have been discharged by a bugler with considerable distance in the woods, struck him in the thigh and passed into the groin. Ineffectual attemps were made to extract it, but after he had lingered for more than two months in which h is sufferings were intense, it finally caused his death. Thus has a valuable number of society been deprived of life, and his family of his support and protection, thro' the too reprehensible carelessness that we sometimes witness on the part of those who are in the habit of using the arms. - Ogdensburgh Gazette


9 March 1824
Monroe Republican

Married at the Friends Meeting House in Henrietta on Wednesday last, Solomon Rathbun of Verona to Hannah Quimby of the former place.

 

16 March 1824
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on Thursday last, Mr. Joseph Hatch, aged 40.


16 March 1824
Monroe Republican

Died; a son of Mr. Foster scalded to death by falling into a kettle of boiling water.


23 March 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Mendon, on the 11th inst. Mr. Matthew Degarmore, aged 44 years, to Miss Rachel Hawkins, aged 25.
       In Henrietta, Mr. Edward Chage to Miss Isabel Gordon. - Mr. Lyman T. Hitchcock to Miss Sally Cabbot.

DIED - At Windsor, (Vt.) 27th ult. Capt. David Smith, aged 31. He, in company with several others, was engaged in attempts to Preserve the temporary bridge which had been erected over Mill brook, at the tower end of the village, from the dextruction with which it was threatened by the rise of the water, which the rain the preseding day and evening had occasioned. He was standing on the bridge, and with a pole, or handspike, was forcing the ice and logs which approached under the water, so as to pass beneath the bridge. Having fixed his handspike on a log for this purpose, he was precipitated into the stream by a sudden turn of the log, and passed under the bridge into the pond below, and by the rapid current was immdiately borne beyond the reach of help. His [didn't get the rest]


30 March 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Hadley, on Sunday evening last, by Henry Hart, Esq., Mr. Henry Hurbert to Miss Lydia Peters.
       In Clarendon, on the 7th inst. by the same, Mr. John Bedoanah to Miss Betsey Morrison, daughter of Mr. John Morrison, all of that town.
       At East Bloomfield, on the 18th inst. Mr. Alfred C. Barratt, of Lockport, to Miss Sophronia Benjamin, of the former place.

DIED - In this village, on Sunday morning last, Mrs. Celia Steel, wife of Mr. Ashbel Steel, Jun. and daughter of Deac. Frederick Clark, aged 20 years.
       At Stockbridge, Ms. at the residence of her father (Mr. Asa Williams) where she had gone for the benefit of her health, Mrs. Sybil Brewster, aged 36, wife of Mr. Wm. Brewster of that village. She bore her protracted and painful illness qith Christian fortitude and resignation to the divine will, and died full of hope of her interest in the Redeemer. - Communicated.


30 March 1824
Monroe Republican

Married at Henrietta on the 18th, Jan. by Daniel Olney Esq., Mr. Comfort Goff, aged 64 to Miss Laura Goff, aged 31. By this union the bride is both wife and niece to her husband.

Died at Stockbridge, Mass. at the residence of her father (Mr. Asa Williams) where she had gone for benefit of her health, Mrs. Sybil Brewster, aged 36, wife of Mr. Wm. Brewster of this village.

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6 April 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Joseph Penney, Mr. Czar Dunning to Miss Abigail Smith, all of this village.


13 April 1824
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on Friday last, Mrs. Chloe Chapman, aged 48, late of New Haven, Conn., wife of the late Mr. Jacob Chapman, and sister of Dea. Frederick Clark, of this village.
       Printers in New Haven, Conn will please publish the above notice.


20 April 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Sunday evening, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Doct. James A. Billings, of Batavia, to Miss Juliana Hinckley.
       In Moscow. on the 6th inst. Felix Tracy Esq. to Miss Henrietta M. Wilmerding, late of Cambridge, Washington county.

DIED - In this village, yesterday morning, Mrs. Mary R. Strong, aged 32 years, wife of Mr. John W. Strong, and daughter of Mr. Jesse Root, of Hartford Conn.
       Her extensive acquaintances and mourning friends will long deplore her death. The funeral will be attended this afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
       In this village, on Thursday last, Mr. Lewis W. Covell, formerly of Saratoga County, aged 27. [Printers in Ontario County are requested to publish this notice.]
       An infant child of Mr. John W. Strong.
       An infant child of Mr. Davis C. West.
       In Pittsford, on Wednesday evening last, Mr. Samuel Hildreth, Postmaster.
       In the Parish of North Milford, Conn., Landa Beach and his wife; the latter Dec. 24th, 1823, aged 96 - the former Feb. 25th, 1824, aged 97. Their united ages 193 years. They had been married and lived together 78 years. They were the parents of seven children, all of whom survive them. Their other living descendants are, grand children 72, great grand children 192, great great grand children 7. Whole number of decendants 273.

 

20 April 1824
Monroe Republican

Died on Wednesday last; a child of Mr. Davis C. West, aged about one year.


27 April 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Canandaigua, on the evening of the 18th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Eddy, Mr. Wm. Jewdevine, to Miss Sarah Mascho.
       At Henrietta, on the 18th inst., Mr. Orlando Mack to Miss Anna Jones.
       At Mendon, on the 22d inst., Mr. Walter Welch to Miss Meriah Wilson.
       At Pittsford, on the 1st inst., Mr. Edmund Clifford, of Brighton, to Miss Orilla White, of Pittsford.

DIED - On Thursday, the 22d inst. an infant child of Mr. John A. Cathcart; and an infant child of Mr. John Smith.


27 April 1824
Monroe Republican

DIED - In this village, John F., only son of Mr. J. A. Cathcart, merchant, aged about a year. A child of Mr. John Smith. A child of Mr. James McChristian.

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4 May 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Norwalk, Conn. on the 21st ult., Dr. George Marvin, of this village, to Miss Agnes Platt, of the former place.
       At Lyons, Wayne County on the 29th ult., Graham H. Chapin, Esq. Attorney at Law, to Miss Caroline E. Holley, daughter of Myron Holley, Esq. all of that place.

DIED - In the town of Greece, on the 25th ult., Mr. Erastus W. Heacock, aged 44 years.


4 May 1824
Monroe Republican

Died at Mendon, Mr. John Brander, a native of Quebec, Lower Canada, aged 39.
       Died at Greece on the 25th ult., Mr. Erastus W. Hicox, aged 44 years.


11 May 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Gaines, Genesee co. by Elder J. Badger, Mr. Alphonzo Sterling to Miss Mary Horton, both of Gaines.
       At Poughkeepsie, Mr. George Penfield, of Penfield, to Miss Jane Eliza Van Ness, daughter of the late G. B. Van Ness, Esq.

 

18 May 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Orren Miller, Mr. Horace Calkins to Miss Julia Piersons. - At Henrietta, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Thorp, of Brighton, Mr. Warren Holland, of Pittsford, to Miss Caroline Reed, of the former place. - At Pittsford, on the 13th, by Elder Tenny, Mr. Samuel Wilder, of Henrietta, to Miss Almira Bates, of Pittsford. - At Riga, on the 12th inst. by Elder Ely, Mr. David Bangs to Miss Eunice Tenny.
       On Thursday evening, by the Rev. Dr. Chester, William L. Macey, Esq., Comptroller, to Miss Cornelia Knower, eldest daughter of Benjamin Knower, Esq. all of this city. - Alb. D. Adv.
       DIED - In this village, on Sunday evening last, Mr. Ebenezer Watts, sen. aged 77, a soldier of the Revolution.
       On the 5th inst. in Piladelphia, whither ahe had gone on a visit to her friends, Mrs. Susan De Witt, wife of Simeon De Witt, Esq. of Albany, late Miss Linn, of Philadelphia, second daughter of the late Dr. Linn. A spirit of greater purity never dwelt in the female bosom; a heart of more sympathy tenderness and sensibility never throbbed in the human breast - devoted to the love of God fom her earliest youth, her confidence in religion was fir m and invariable.
       On the 23d of March, at Hoinachita, near Natchez, aged 61 years, the Hon. Jonathan H. Walker, of Pittsburgh, Judge of the United States District Court, for the Western District of Pennsylvania - a whig and soldier of the revolution.


25 May 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Perinton, on the 12th inst., Mr. Palmer Sergeant, to Miss Clarissa Jewett, being from Watertown, Jefferson county, N. Y.


25 May 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in Perinton on the 12th inst., Palmer Sargent to Miss Clarissa Jewett.
       Died in Mendon on the 10th inst., Mr. Amaziah Park, aged 87 years.

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1 June 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Brighton, on the 26th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Heath, Mr. Jonathan Gale, to Miss Lavinia Messenger. In Perinton, on the 27th ult. Mr. Roswell B. Hewes, to Miss Sally Burr.


8 June 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on Sunday evening inst., by the Rev. Mr. Miller, Mr. Rodowick D. Lincoln, to Miss Hannah Archer.
       At Clyde, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. John C. Cooley to Miss Eliza Paris.

DIED - At Cherry Valley, Nathaniel B. Nichols, Esq. of Nunda, Allegany co., aged 85.


15 June 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Thursday the 10th inst. by the Rev. Eleazer Savage, Mr. A. L. Jones, to Miss Belinda Durfee, all of this village.
       At New Hartford, (Oneida Co.) on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Aiken, Mr. Levi W. Sibley, printer of the Monroe Republican, of this village, to Miss Nancy Remington, of the former place.
       In Penfield, on the 10th ult. by the Rev. Palmer Roberts, Mr. Hawley Hard, to Miss Matilda Barker.
       At Avon, on the 13th inst. by Elder Joseph Badger, Mr. Melvin Davis, of Mendon, to Miss Pamelia Lockwood, of the former place.

DIED - At Black Rock, Mrs. Sarah A. Porter, wife of Augustus S. Porter, Esq., 23; Mrs. Dunning, wife of Mr. Nathan D., 19.

 

22 June 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Mendon, on the 5th inst. by Rev. Francis Smith, Mr. Harvey Jennings, aged 18, to Miss Mary York, aged 15. This is commencing busines in season, and, with recent similar instances, seems to forebode a new era in matrimony. Awake, bachelors, from your casual slumbers; arise in all your energies; surround hand in hand the hymeneal altar, and there pay your long deferred devotions, ere it be forever too late. - Com.
       On Friday evening, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Jacob Barling, to Miss Ann Reeace.


22 June 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in Mendon on the 5th inst. by Elder Francis Smith, Mr. Harvey Jennings to Miss Polly Yorks. The former 18; the latter 15 years of age.


29 June 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, by the Rev. Mr. House, Mr. James Lee, to Miss Loley Allen; by Moses Chapin Esq., Mr. Joseph Munn to Miss Matilda Lamphear, both of Mendon.
       In Wheatland on the 23d inst. by J. Blackmer Esq., Mr. Henry King to Miss Betsey Skinner.
       In Ontario, by James Mason Esq., Mr. Alvah Fowler to Miss Jennette Foster of Henrietta.


29 June 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in this village on the 25th inst., Mr. Benjamin Clough to Miss Polly Clark, both of this village.
       Married at Wheatland by Jirah Blackmer Esq., Mr. Henry Ring to Betsey Skinner.

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6 July 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Mendon on the 20th of June, by C. Foot Esq., Mr. Rufus Park, to Miss Julia Dewey; Thursday June 25th by Elder Elijah Weaver, Mr. Lester D. De Woolf to Mrs. Crowell.
       In this village, on the 2d inst. by Elder Silsbey, Mr. Enoch B. Dyer, to Miss Louisa Bartlett; on the 4th, Mr. Warren Perry, to Miss Hannah Bartlett, both daughters of S. B. Bartlett.
       At Greece on the 23d inst. Mr. Barbeau to Harriet Bartholick.

DIED - In this village on Wednesday last, Mrs. Rachel Whitney aged 64 years.
       In this village on the 2d inst. a child of Mr. P. Darrow.
       Accidental Death - Mr. Horace Vardener, of Wheatland, was killed by the fall of timber while engaged in raising a frame in Caledonia, on Tuesday the 30 of June last.


6 July 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in Mendon, June 25th by Elder Elijah Weaver, Mr. Lester DeWolf to Miss Nancy Cowell, both of the same place.
       Married in this village on the 2nd inst. by Elder Samuel Silsby, Mr. Enoch B. Dyer to Miss Loisa Bartlett. Married on the 4th inst., Mr. Warren Perry to Miss Hannah Bartlett, both daughters of S. B. Bartlett.


13 July 1824
Rochester Telegraph

Married - At Sandy Creek, Mr. Luther Bennet of Riga, to Miss Sarah Day, of Murray.
       At Caledonia Springs, Mr. Hiram Hitchings of Riga to Mary Welden.
       At Riga by Elder Ely Stone, Mr. Alva Tenny, to Miss Rebecca Holdridge.

DIED - At Baltimore after a lingering illness. Mrs. Anne Niles, wife of Hezekiah Niles Esq. editor of the Register aged nearly 44 years.
       In Littlefield, Conn., Mr. John Cotton, 108 years, a revolutionary pensioner. He served seven years on the old French war, seven years in the Revolutionary war. - In Washington City, Mr. William Brown, bricklayer. The circumstances of his death are calculated to have a lasting impression on the minds of the living. Whilst engaged at his business on or about the 15th ultimo, he accidentally trod on the point of a nail, which penetrated through his shoe and pierced the sole of his foot. The wound was considered unimportant, and was suffered to heal up, without having the poisonous effects of the nail. He continued assiduously in the pursuits of his business until about the 8th or 9th of June when his foot became sore and the muscular parts of his body became greatly affected the lockjaw ensued and finally terminated the existence of a worthy, secure, useful member in society, having a wife and three small children to deplore the loss of a n affectionate husand and tender father. - Nat. Int.

 

20 July 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On the 18th inst. by Samuel Crosier, Esq., Mr. Jared Seely, to Miss Polly Williams, both of Pittsford.


20 July 1824
Monroe Republican

Married on the 18th inst. by S. Crozier Esq., Mr. Jared Seely to Miss Polly Williams, both of Pittsford.


27 July 1824
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - At Albany, July 6th, Peter Lyon, Esq. in the 30th year of his age, a native of the town of North Castle, county of Westchester, and state of New York. He was a firm and undeviating friend to the country from the commencement to its struggle for liberty and independence; during the course of which, he with his family suffered great privations and loss of property, and it was before him, Paulding, Van Wertland Williams brought Major Andre for examination, and by whose order s he was sent to Gen. Washington, at headquarters. He was one of the committee of safety for Westchester county, during the revolutionary war, and sustained with honor and fidelity the office of a civil magistrate for upwards of 30 years.
       At Ogden on the 20th instant, Mrs. Betsey Everett, wife of Rev. Ebenezer Everett, aged 31 years. The deceased sustained a character of ardent piety. At the age of sixteen, she dedicated herself to the service of God; and in this employment she chose to spend her life. - Ever after this she employed much of her time in the diffusion of literary and religious instryction among the youth, and especially those of her own sex. She had an ardent desire to promot e the temporal and eternal happiness of the rising generation, and seldom the efforts of ant Female in our country been more signally blessed. We have reason to behave that God has made her an instrument of several awakenings. Such was her unshaken confidence in Christ, that Death was stripped of all its terrors. The following are some of the heartfelt emotions which where uttered by her just before she fell asleep. "Precious Savior" - "Come Lord Jesus, I am ready."
       "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord." - (Communicated.)

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3 Aug. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Phelps, on the 23d ult. Mr. John Pier, of Mendon, to Miss Mary Taylor, of the former place.
       At Pittsford, Mr. Oliver J. Noyes to Miss Abigail Jones, of Brighton.


10 Aug. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - At Hartford, Conn. on the 3d inst. Ann Eliza, infant daughter of Mr. Wm. Pitkin, of this village.


10 Aug. 1824
Monroe Republican

Died at Hartford, Ct. on the 3rd inst., Ann Eliza, infant dau. of Mr. William Pitkin of this village.
       Died in this village, a child of S. Melancton Smith Esq., aged 10 months.

 

17 Aug. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on the 9th inst. Mary Ann, daughter of S. Melancton Smith, aged 10 months.
       At Pittsford, on the 14th inst. Mrs. Eunice Ray, wife of Mr. Chauncey Ray, and daughter of Mr. John Pierce, formerly of Royalston, Mass. The editors of the Worchester Spy will please to notice this death.
       At Mendon, on the 30th ult. Mrs. Phebe Lockwood, wife of Mr. Jeremiah L.
       In Philadelphia, on the 23d ult. at an advanced age, Paul Busti, Esq., late Agent General of the Holland Land Company.


17 Aug. 1824
Monroe Republican

Married at Brockport on the 11th inst. by Rev. Mr. Bliss; Mr. John S. Dickinson of Caledonia to Miss Hannah Freeman of Brockport.


24 Aug. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Avon, on the 8th instant, Mr. David F. Flinn to Miss Martha Maria Moore.

DIED - In this village, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Martha Beach, aged 21, wife of Mr.Taphael Beach.


31 Aug. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Carthage the 24th inst. by the Rev. E. Savage, Mr. Sage Kellogg to Miss Phinetty Whitney.
       At Gates the 26th inst. by the Rev. E. Savage, Mr. Moses Nidenor to Miss Jenett Mackvane.

DIED - In Brighton, on Tuesday last, Abigail Maria, daughter of Richard Barnum, aged 20 months.
       In this village on the 27th inst. Rebecca B. Frink, consort of Harvey Frink, aged 28 years.
"Smitten friends are angels sent on errands full of love."
"For they languish, and for us they die." Com.
       At Mount Clemmens, Michigan ter. on the 15th inst., Mr. Justus H. Barker, aged 25 years, son of Peckham Barker, Esq. of this village.
       At Rush, on the 21st inst., Mrs. hannah Kelsey, wife of Dr. Alexander K. aged 54 years.
       In Pittsford, on the 19th ult., Dr. Daniel Rood, aged 68 years.
       Departed this life on the 25th instant, at his residence in this village, Roswell Hart, Esq. aged 37 years.
       Eulogy upon the dead is of daily occurrance without regard to their merit or demerit, while living; and therefore can furnish in ordinary cases, but equivocal evidence of character. But when such a man as Mr. Hart is taken from us justice and respect for his character while living, demand a public expression as a just tribute to the memory of the deceased, and to furnish an example for imitation to the living.
       Mr. Hart, was the fourth son of the late Judge Hart of Oneida County, and resided in that county, engaged in agricultural and commercial pursuits, till the fall of 1815, when he emigrated to this village, at which time, it was almost entirely new - and since has been industriously and successfully engaged in commercial pursuits. In all his intercourse with society, he was just and honorable. His time, his talents and fortune, were liberally devoted no only to public objects, contributary to the growth, improvement and prosperity of the place, but to private charity his hand was always open.
       No man has done more for the prosperity of Rochester than the deceased - and his memory will be embalmed by the tears of the widow and the orphan. - Communicated.


31 Aug. 1824
Monroe Republican

Married at Gates, the 26th, by the Rev. E. Savage, Mr. Moses Widener to Miss Jennet MacKenna.

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7 Sept. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On the 5th inst. by the Rev. F. H. Cumming, Mr. Marvin Kellogg, of Geneseo, to Miss Mary Bostwick, of this village.


14 Sept. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Mendon, on the 11th inst. Mr. M_____ Gates, of West Bloomfield, to Miss Huldah Babcock, of the former place.

OBITUARY - Died in this village, on the 9th inst. Mrs. Sally Ensworth, aged 56 years, wife of Dr. Azel Ensworth. Her funeral was attended on the 10th by a numerous train of mourners whose appearance, bespoke hearts full of grief. She had been a wife, and mother, for almost 40 years. To her consort, children and domesticks, her lass is irreparable - her chacteristics the brightest in her domestick circle - she was an afflectionate wife, a tender and devoted mother , kind a nd indulgent to her domesticks. Her care and anxiety, for the welfare of her family, were unremitted. Well may her family mourn, yet they ought not to mourn as those who have no hope. While engaged in the affairs of life, we frequently form erroneous opinions of the character of others; but when we approach the death-bed of a fellow mortal, that honest hear we need not be mistaken in. For the last twelve years Mrs. Ensworth had been a professed follower of the meek and lowly Jesus; and in her last si ckness her Savior remembered her. Her suffering were indeed great, during her sickness, which continued nineteen days. But she evidently enjoyed that peace which the world cannot give nor take away and her end was manifestly the end of those who die in the lord. - Com.
       In this village, on the 6th inst. William Henry, infant son of Elisha Taylor.
       At Holley, on the 10th inst. Alexander Hamilton Fox, of this village, aged 18, son of late Mr. Asa Fox, of Leroy.
       At Brighton, on the 12th inst. of consumption, Mrs. Lois Morse, aged 30, wife of Mr. Ezekiel Morse. In the death of this truly amiable and interesting woman society has lost a valuable member, her children a fond and in dulgent parent, her husband a beloved wife, and the church of Christ one of its most zealous supporters. Calm and resigned to her fat, she met the king of terrors with a smile, and left this world in full hope of enjoying celestial bliss in the house of God. Printers in Berkshire county, Mass. and in Ohio are requested to publish this notice in their repective papers. - Communicated.
       At Henrietta, on the 3d inst. Mrs. Rebecca Corbin, wife of Mr. Amasa Corbin. Printers in Connecticut will please to insert this notice their papers.
       At Riga, on the 9th ult. Capt. Adina Winchell, aged 49; and on the 12th, Mrs. Sally Winchell, his wife, aged 44.
       At Mendon, on the 9th inst., Alexander H. Dixon, aged 20; Josiah Kingsbury, aged 20.
       At Pittsford, on the 3d inst. widow Eleanor Patterson, aged 78.
       At Rush of a cancer, on the 1st inst. Mrs. Phebe Stull, in the 80th year of her age.

 

21 Sept. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Greece, on Tuesday morning, the 14th inst. by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Jonathan Williams, to Miss Ruth Scott.

DIED - In the city of New York on Friday morning, 10th inst., Mr. Wm. P. Shearman, Merchant, of this village, in the 31st year of his age.
       In this village, on the 16th inst., Col. Roswell Starr, aged 54.
       In Utica, at the house of Rev. Elder Willey, on Sunday, the 12th inst., Rev. Emory Osgood, Superintendent of the Missionary establishment at Oneida, and late Pastor of the 1st Baptist Church in Henderson, Jefferson County, in the 48th year of his age.


28 Sept. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Sweden, on the 19th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Darwin, Mr. George G. Sill, Licentiate of the Presbytery of Rochester, to Miss Louisa Lord, eldest daughter of Mr. Diodate Lord.
       At New Haven, Conn. on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Merwin, Mr. Thomas Kempshall, merchant, of this village, to Miss Emily Peck.
       On Thursday evening by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. Wilson Patchen, to Miss Eliza Wheeler.


28 Sept. 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in Riga, the 12th inst. by Rev. Mr. Darwin, Mr. Lewis Minor to Miss Sophia Richmond.
       Married in Pittsford on the 18th inst. by Elder Tenny, Mr. Aaron Stidman to Miss Ann Graves.

Died in Riga, the 12th inst., Horace, eldest son of Joseph Sibley Esq.

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5 Oct. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - At Clarkson, by the Rev. John F. Bliss, Mr. Lyman H. Phillips to Miss Celestia Case.

DIED - In this village on the 26th, ult. Mr. Levi Ludden; on the 28th Mr. Ezekial Smith.
       In Byron, Genesee co. on the 2d Mrs. Sarah Miles, consort of Samuel Miles leaving a numerous train of relations and friends, to whom she was endeared by all the ties of natural and social relation. In he illness which was lingering and afflicting she endured the fortitued and resignation of a humble follower of God and died as she lived in the glorious Hope of a happy immortality beyond the grave.
       In Albany, on Saturday morning last, the Hon. Philip S. Van Rensselaer, aged fifty-eight years and five months, former Mayor of that city.
       At Buffalo, on Wednesday morning last, Hon. Silas D. Kellogg, of Hampton, Washington co. aged about 40 years. Mr. K. had been appointed by the Surveyor General, in pursuance of the provisions of an act, passed last winter to survey Grand Island in the Niagara river, preparatory to its sale, and was engaged in the duties of his appointment, when he was attacked by a violent fever which occasioned his death. He was highly respected man - had long been member of Assembly of th at county and was a meritorious officer of the army during the late war. He was interred with masonic honors.


12 Oct. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Brighton, on the 7th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Throp, Mr. Solomon Hatch to Miss Esther Dryer.

DIED - In this village, on the 3d inst. Robert, aged 17 months, son of Dr. F. F. Backus. On the 9th inst. Mrs. ----- Biden, aged 45, wife of Mr. John Biden.
       At Pittsford, on the 23d ult. Dea. Robert Holland.
       At Brighton, on the 24th ult. Mr. Hubbard Luce.

 

19 Oct. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On the 17th inst. by Simon Stone, Esq., Mr. Milo Bascom to Miss Lydia Foster; Mr. Levi Mann to Miss Sally Foster, daughters of Mr. T. Foster, all of Henrietta.
       At Middletown, Conn., Mr. Anson Harris, merchant, of this village, to Miss Harriet Jepson.

DIED - At Canandaigua, on the 10th inst. Orson Seymour, Esq. Cashier of the Utica Branch Bank.
       In Pittsford on the 15th inst. Oran S. Leavens, son of Thurlow Leavens, aged 20 years. - Printers in Windsor co. Vt. will please give this an insertion.


26 Oct. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On Wednesday evening last by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, S. H. Packard to Miss Clarissa Wadsworth.

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2 Nov. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Henrietta, by Daniel Olney Esq., Mr. John Wise, to Miss Orilla Vase, both of Henrietta.
       In this village on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. George Cannon to Miss Margaret Barton.

DIED - In Pittsford, the 26th inst. Mr. Edward Matthews, aged 63 years.


9 Nov. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Bristol, Mr. Simeon Hatch, of Ohio, to Miss Bethia Taylor.

DIED - In Pittsford, Capt. John Mann, aged 62 years.


16 Nov. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In this village, on Saturday evening last, Mr. Charles Harford, aged 74. Mr. H. was one of the oldest inhabitants and earliest settlers of this town.
       In Lee, Mass. on the 18thult. Mrs. Harriet H. Church, wife of Mr. Charles Church, of Ogden, N. Y. the oldest daughter of the Rev. Dr. Hyde, of Lee, aged 26. In early life she made a publick profession of her faith in the religion of her Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and in the view of her most intimate friends she adorred this processing with uncommon circumspection and watchfulness. Her death is an irrepairable loss to her husband and child, and to her parents, who, in the mysterious providence of God, had been called only a few weeks before to part with their oldest son. Boston Recorder.

 

23 Nov. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village, on the 13th inst. by Elder S. Silsby, Mr. Marvin Lockwood to Miss Polly Pixley.

DIED - In Henrietta, the 9th inst. Mr. Solomon Hovey, aged 46 uears. Printers in Ohio will please insert this.


30 Nov. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - On the 17th inst. by Elder J. Bagder, Mr. John R. Stuart to Miss Dorcas Townsend, both of Mendon.

DIED - At Utica, on the 16th inst. Hon. Morris S. Miller, first judge of Oneida county, aged 44.
       Killed in Mendon, on the 16th inst. by falling on a pitchfork from the mow, Christopher Williams, aged about 20.


30 Nov. 1824
Monroe Republican

Married in this village on Thursday evening last by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Mr. George Roys to Miss Elmyra Yorcas.

Died in Mendon on the 16th inst., Mr. Christpher Williams, aged 20 years. His death was occassioned by a fall from a hay-mow upon a pitch fork which entered his breast. He expired in about 20 minutes.

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7 Dec. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Henrietta, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Kendrick, Mr. Samuel Lowell, of Brighton, to Miss Mary Parker of the former place.

DIED - In this village, on the 5th inst. Mr. Anson Hurlburt, late of Berlin, Con. aged 22 years. It will afford consolation to the friends of this young man to learn, that although he was prematurely cut out among strangers he was attended during his last illness by skilled physicians, and nursed with tenderness and affection by the family in which he resided.


14 Dec. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

DIED - In Batavia, on Tuesday morning inst. at the residence of his father, Cyrenus W. Caufield Esq., Attorney at Law, Æ 25 years.

 

21 Dec. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In Brighton, by the Rev. Mr. Thorp, Mr. Roswell Hart, to Miss Polly Ann Stilson, daughter of Mr. Eli Stilson.
       At Palmyra, on the 8th inst. Mr. Pomeroy Tucker, Editor of the Wayne Sentinal, to Miss Lucy, daughter of Maj. William Rogers.
       In Henrietta, by Elder Turney?, on the 18th inst. Mr. Lancaster Gurton to Miss Maria Cabot; on the 22d ult. by the Rev. Mr. Kendrick, Mr. Charles Sperry to Miss Laura Gilbert, all of that place.


28 Dec. 1824
Rochester Telegraph

MARRIED - In this village on Tuesday last, by the Rev. Joseph Penney, Mr. William Harford to Miss Pamelia Kniffin, all of this place; on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. C. Williams, Mr. Bill Colby to Miss Ruth Phips.

DIED - At Greece, (Hanford's Landing) on the 20th inst. Capt. Elijah Adams, aged 52, formerly of Becket, Mass.
       In Mendon, on the 18th inst. Mrs. Patty Smith, wife of Capt. Marvin th inst. Smith, aged 36 years. - Printers in N. London, Conn. will please insert this.

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