Marriages and Deaths from Rochester Newspapers
July 1, 1832 - Dec. 31, 1832

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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, there were these newspapers published in Rochester:

  1. Rochester Daily Advertiser was published from April 5, 1830 to Dec. 12, 1856. Rochester Public Library has microfilms that include most of that run but the microfilm is missing issues from July 1 to Oct. 31, 1832.
  2. Rochester Observer (religious; weekly) was published from Jan. 6, 1827 - 1832. Rochester Public Library has a microfilm for the entire run.
  3. Rochester Republican (weekly) was published Aug. 7, 1827 - Aug. 27, 1884. This was the weekly newspaper that was published by the same office as the Rochester Daily Advertiser so it has many of the same records. Rochester Public Library has microfilms that includes the year 1832.
  4. Anti-Masonic Enquirer (weekly) was published from Feb. 12, 1828 to Feb. 1834. The Rochester Public Library has a microfilm that covers the year 1832. Note also that the masthead only says The Inquirer but the name is still Anti-Masonic Enquirer on the other pages..
  5. The Gem (semi-monthly) was published 1829 - 1843. Also titled The Rochester Gem. A Semi-Monthly Literary Journal. The Rochester Public Library has the issues for 1832 in a bound volume.
  6. The National Republican was published from May or June 1831 to 1834. No existing copies are located in the Rochester area.
  7. The Liberal Advocate was published from July 3, 1832 to at least July 1834. No existing copies are located in the Rochester area.

Between July and early September an epidemic of cholera ravaged through Rochester and other cities. Some of the cholera deaths were noted within death notices but not all. This web page lists all the deaths from cholera including some persons that were only traveling through Rochester.

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.

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July 3, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

ONE CENT REWARD.

runner RUNAWAY from the subscriber, on the 21st inst., an indented boy by the name of Harvey Mead. I forbid all persons harboring or trusting him on my account. The above reward will be paid to any person who will return said boy to me at my house in Riga, and no charges.

HARVEY IDE,
Riga, June 28, 1832.

 

July 3, 1832
Rochester Republic

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, by the Rev. S. W. Whelpley, Mr. Ovid Lovell, to Miss Cynthia D. Willcox.

At Hopewell, Mr. Ira White, of the firm of Zuill & White, of Palmyra, to Miss Esther Bates, daughter of Stephen Bates, Esq.

In East Avon, Henry Hawkins, Esq. od Alexander, to Miss Caroline Little.

In Batavia, by the Rev. L. B. Castle, Mr. Zachariah York, of Medina, to Miss Eliza Cunningham.

At Clarkson, Mr. Alexander M'Donald, of Brockport, to Miss Malvina Worden.

DIED.

In Norwalk, Ohio, June 23, Mr. James Tillotson, in the 24th year of his age, recently from Byron, Genesee Co.

 

July 4, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

At Brighton, on the 1st July, instant, by W. B. Alexander, Esquire, Mr. Beach Rowel, to Miss Charlotte Sealy.

DIED.

On the June, at Ogden, Monroe county, Selden R. King, aged 25 years, son of Russel King, of Augusta, Oneida county, New York.

 

July 10, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

On the 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Whithouse, Mr. Marcus Morse, of the firm of C. & M. Morse, to Miss Elizabeth Sawyer, all of this village.

In New York, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Milnor, Mr. James Andrews, of this village, to Miss Lucy Washburn.

On the 3d inst. by the Rev. Dr. Penney, Mr. Benjamin Topliff, to Miss Laura Fitch, all of this village.

In this village, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Roberts, Mr. George Dunn, of Penfield, to Miss Angelina Foster, of the former place.

On the 20th inst., at Royalton, Niagara Co., by the Rev. Mr. O'Flyng, Henry K. Hopkins, Esq., of Lockport, Attorney at Law, to Miss Julietta E. Buell, daughter of Mr. Daniel W. Buell, of the former place.

At Rochester, on the 9th inst., by William S. Bishop, esq. Mr. William Couthers of Farmington, Ontario Co. to Miss Roxana Van Allen, of the same place.

DEATHS.

In Andover, on the 11th inst. Deacon Samuel Brown, aged 94 years and 7 months. He was one of the first settlers of the town, and one of the old French war soldiers. Printers in the western part of New York, Ohio and Upper Canada are requested to publish this notice.

At West Mendon, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Louisa W. Sill, wife of Rev. George G. Sill, and daughter of Deacon Diodate Lord of Ogden, in the 29th year of her age.

Drowned, in this village, on the 6th inst. while bathing in the Genesee river below the falls. Samuel Myers, son of Mr. Wm. Myers, aged 10 years.

 

July 10, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Whithouse, Mr. Marcus Morse, of the firm of C. & M. Morse, to Miss Elizabeth Sawyer.

In New York, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Milnor, Mr. James Andrews, of this village, to Miss Lucy Washburn.

On the 3d inst. by the Rev. Dr. Penny, Mr. Benjamin Topliff, to Miss Laura Fitch, all of this village.

In this village, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Roberts, Mr. George Dunn of Penfield, to Miss Angelina Foster, of the former place.

DIED.

At West Mendon, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Louisa W. Sill, wife of Rev. George G. Sill, and daughter of Deacon Diodate Lord of Ogden, in the 29th year of her age.

In Conesus, Livingston county, N. Y. on the 17th of April, Mrs. Lydia Bates, aged 107 years and 2 days, widow of David Bates, formerly of Sutton, Mass.

Drowned, in this village yesterday, while bathing in the Genesee River, Samuel Myres, son of Mr. Wm. Myres, aged 10 years.

 

July 11, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

On the 5th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse. Mr. Marcus Morse, of the firm of C. & M. Morse, to Miss Elizabeth Sawyer, all of this village.

In New York, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Milnor, Mr. James Andrews, of that village, to Miss Lucy Washburn.

On the 3d inst. by the Rev. Dr. Penney, Mr. Benjamin Topliff, to Miss Laura Fitch, all of this village.

In this village, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Roberts, Mr. George Dunn, of Penfield, to Miss Angelina Foster, of the former place.

On the 20th inst., at Royalton, Niagara Co., by the Rev. Mr. O'Flyng, Henry K. Hopkins, Esq., of Lockport, Attorney at Law, to Miss Julietta E. Buell, daughter of Mr. Daniel W. Buell, of the former place.

At Rochester, on the 9th inst., by William S. Bishop, Esq., Mr. William Couthers of Farmington, Ontario Co. to Miss Roxana Van Allen, of the same place.

DIED.

In Andover, on the 11th inst. Deacon Samuel Brown, aged 94 years and 7 months. he was one of the first settlers of the town, and one of the old French war soldiers. Printers in the western part of New York, Ohio and Upper Canada are requested to publish this notice.

At West Mendon, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Louisa W. Sill, wife of Rev. George G. Sill, and daughter of Deacon Diodate Lord of Ogden, in the 29th year of her age.

Drowned, in this village, on the 6th inst. while bathing in the Genesee river below the falls, Samuel Myers, son of Mr. Wm. Myers, aged 10 years.

 

July 17, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On Tuesday morning 3d inst. by the Rev. O. C. Comstock, Mr. Amos Tufts to Miss Adella A. R. Schipper, all of this village.

In this village, on the 8th, by Rev. Dr. Comstock, Mr. George Gates, to Miss Joanna Sears.

In Le Roy, Mr. Dudley Gilman, of Rochester, to Miss Sarah A. Butterfield.

OBITUARY.

It is seldom that the death of any individual occurs under more melancholy circumstances, of more deeply felt, than that of the late Maj. Gen. Oliver Strong. In the full vigot of manhood—of correct habits, and with a robust constitution, he had gone to Michigan, as we understand, with a view of making some investment in that rapidly flourishing Territory, when he was suddenly prostrated by the malignant disease now prevailing—far away from his family and friends, except his brother, Mr. John W. Strong, upon whom devolved the sad duty to attend him in his last illness. He was a passenger in the Henry Clay—arrived at Detroit and was taken sick on Friday, and expired on Monday following, 9th July.

Gen. Strong, several years since, with his brothers, left Hartford, Conn., and settled in Bloomfield, Ontario co., whence he removed to his late residence in North Rochester. Few leave behind them a more desirable reputation than Gen. Strong. In all the relations of life, whether public or private, he discharged his duties with scrupulous fidelity and correctness. To all works of public utility, he was a prompt and munificent patron. Benevolent in his disposition and uniformly amiable in his deportment, no person had fewer enemies or left more sincere and devoted friends.

But it is in his family connections that the loss of this estimable man is to be most deeply deplored. Of a domestic disposition, the deceased ever preferred the tranquil pleasures of home, the endearments of family and the society of his particular friends, to the more showy but less heartfelt enjoyments of the world. As a son, exemplary in all his duties, an affectionate brother, a kind parent and a devoted husband, his place can never be supplied, and will never be forgotten.

The eulogy may be extended to his military capacity. But the spontaneous tribute of his late associates in that branch, precludes the necessity of further remark on our part.

At a meeting of Military Officers, held at the Eagle Tavern in Rochester, on Monday afternoon; July 16th, Major Gen. Jacob Gould, was appointed Chairman, and Maj. John Williams. Secretary. The objects of the meeting having been stated, by Col. A. W. Riley, a Committee of five, consisting of Gen. Hubbard, Col. Newton, Col. Riley, Maj. Kelsey, and Capt. Drake, were appointed to draft resolutions expressing the views of this morning. The Committee reported the following resolutions which were adopted:—

Resolved, That we do most deeply sympathize with the afflicted family and friends of the much lamented Gen. Oliver Strong,—that we not only lament his loss, as a military friend and companion, but as one of our best and most endearing citizens.

Resolved, That it be recommended to the officers of the different corps, that they wear the usual badge of mourning at all times when on parade during the present season.

Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be signed by the Chairman and Secretary and published.

Resolved, That the Secretary to requested to furnish the afflicted family of the late Gen. Strong, a copy of the proceedings of this meeting.

Jacob Gould, Chairman.
John Williams, Sec'y.

ONE CENT REWARD

RANAWAY from the subscriber on the night of the 16th inst. Charles P. Waterman, an indented apprentice. All persons are forbid harboring of employing him under penalty of prosecution. Printers are especially cautioned. No debts will be paid of his contracting. The above reward will be given for his apprehension or information where he may be found.

LUTHER TUCKER & Co.

 

July 17, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

In Geneva, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Bruce, Colonel John Sweeney to Miss Caroline Dobbin, daughter of Mr. John Dobbin

In Geneva, on the morning of the 1st inst. by Rev. Mr. Mandeville, Mr. Obediah Havens to to Prudence Goff

In Hopewell, on the 15th inst. Mr. Ira White, merchant, of Palmyra, to Miss Esther Bates, daughter of Stephen Bates, Esq.

In Palmyra, on the morning of the 4th inst., by the Rev. B. H. Hickox, Mr. J. D. Dunning, of Sodus, to Miss Eudoxura Smith, of this village.

On Tuesday morning, 3d inst. by the Rev. O. C. Comstock, Mr. Amos Swift to Miss Adella A. R. Schipper, all of that village.

DEATHS.

At Detroit, on the 9th instant, Gen. Oliver Strong, Postmaster, of North Rochester.

At Holley, Orleans co. on the 14th inst. while on a visit, Hon. Thaddeus Loomis, of Salisbury, 65.

In Geneva, on Friday evening last, Mrs. Susan, wife of George Wight, aged 33.

Drowned, at Black Rock Mills, on the morning of the 4th inst., Mr. Matthew Burns, aged about 30 years, late from Rochester. The deceased was an industrious citizen.—Buff. Pat.

 

July 18, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

In Geneva, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Bruce, Colonel John Sweeny, to Miss Caroline Dobbin, daughter of Mr. John Dobbin

In Palmyra, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. B. H. Hickox, Mr. J. D. Dunning, of Sodus, to Miss Eudoxura Smith, of this village.

DIED.

In this village, on the 17th inst., Mr. Joshua Christopher, aged about 35 years.

In this village, of consumption, on 13th inst., Mrs. Thankful Bradley, aged 45 years.

At Detroit, on the 9th instant, Gen. Oliver Strong, of North Rochester.

At Holly, Orleans co. on the 14th inst. while on a visit, Hon. Thaddeus Loomis, of Salisbury, 65.

In Geneva, on Friday evening last, Mrs. Susan, wife of George Wight, aged 33.

In Canadice, of a dropsical rheumatism, Mrs. Catharine Andrews, wife of Edmund Andrews, aged 39.

Drowned, at Black Rock Mills, on the morning of the 4th inst., Mr. Matthew Burns, aged about 30 years, late from Rochester.

 

July 24, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. B. H. Hickox, Mr. Franklin Payne to Miss Octavia J. Lewis. On the 13th, by Rev. Gideon Osborn, Royal Gurley, M. D. to Mrs. Sila A. Draper.

Coroner's Inquest.—The body of an unknown female was found about a mile and a half west of this village, near the hollow, this day. Verdict of the jury, that she came to her death without violence, by the visitation of God.

A. W. Riley, Coroner.
July 17, 1832.

DEATHS.

In this village, on Tuesday evening last, after a short illness, Mr. Joshua Christopher, son of J. G. Christopher, aged 32 years.

 

July 25, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

On the 18th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Fillmore, Mr. William Collins, to Miss Sally Haines, all of this place.

DIED.

On Tuesday afternoon, after a lingering illness, Mr. Josiah Sherman, merchant, aged 63 years.

 

July 31, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

On the 18th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Fillmore, Mr. William Collins, to Miss Sally Haines, all of this place.

In Palmyra, on the 23d inst. by F. Smith, Esq., Mr. James Millman, of Macedon, to Miss Amanda McMichael

In Penfield, on the 15th inst. Mr. Sylvester Hitchcock, of Charlotte, to Miss Caroline Briggs, of North Rochester.

In Murray, Orleans county, on the 13th inst. by John Hall, Esq., Lyman Spicer, to Mary Steward.

In Concord, N. H., on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Bouton, George Willson, Esq., of Detroit, Michigan, formerly of Canandaigua, to Miss Arabella M., daughter of the late Hon. Daniel Farrand, of Burlington, Vt.

DEATHS.

On Saturday morning last, of cholera, Mrs. Christiana Bentley, aged 28 years, and on Monday morning, her husband, Mr. Aaron Bentley, aged 29 years—both exemplary members of the Baptist church in this village. He attended church on the Sabbath, was taken ill at 8 in the evening and died about sunrise yesterday morning. Two orphan boys are left, of the ages of 5 and 7 years.

On Monday, the 23d, Charles F. Sheldon, aged 24 years, stated communicant with the Second Presbyterian Church, formerly of Northampton, Mass.

On Saturday evening, of cholera, Gilbert T. Smith, aged 40 years, member of the Baptist church. His premonitory symptoms were slight until the middle of the forenoon. when he was more violently attacked, called medical aid and died about 8.

In Lockport, on Friday 26th instant in the 37th year of her age, Mrs. Abigail Giddins, wife of Mr. Edward Giddins. Mrs. G. had been for a long time previous to her death, afflicted with a paraletic affection.

In Royalton, on the 13th inst. in the 40th year of her age, of a consumption of many years standing, Mrs. Sophia Freeman, wife of Asher Freeman, Esq. of that town.

 

July 31, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 11th inst. Mr. Franklin Payne to Miss Octavia J. Lewis.

Same place, on the 13th, Royal Gurley, M. D. to Mrs. Sila A. Draper.

DIED.

In this village on Saturday evening, of the cholera, Gilbert T. Smith, aged 40 years.

 

Aug. 1, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

On the 25th inst. at Cohocton, Steuben co. by the Rev. Richard De Forest, Mr. John Davidson, of Cohocton, to Miss Betsy Stanclift, of the same place.

In Murray, Orleans county, on the 13th inst. by John Hall, Esq., Lyman Spicer, to Mary Steward.

In Concord, N. H., on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Bouton, George Willson, Esq., of Detroit, Michigan, formerly of Canandaigua, to Miss Arabella M., daughter of the late Hon. Daniel Farrand, of Burlington, Vt.

DIED.

In Warsaw, Genesee co., on the 29th ult., Mary, only daughter of Mr. William Patterson, aged 2 years 11 months and 5 days.

On Saturday morning last, of cholera, Mrs. Christiana Bentley, aged 28 years, and on Monday morning, her husband, Mr. Aaron Bentley, aged 29 years—both exemplary members of the Baptist church in this village. he attended church on the Sabbath, was taken ill at 8 in the evening and died about sunrise yesterday morning. Two orphan boys are left, of the ages of 5 and 7 years.

On Monday, the 23d, Charles F. Sheldon, aged 24 years, stated communicant with the Second Presbyterian Church, formerly of Northampton, Mass.

On Saturday evening, of cholera, Gilbert T. Smith, aged 40 years, member of the Baptist church. His premonitory symptoms were slight until the middle of the forenoon. when he was more violently attacked, called medical aid and died about 8.

In Lockport, on Friday 26th instant in the 37th year of her age, Mrs. Abigail Giddins, wife of Mr. Edward Giddins. Mrs. G. had been for a long time previous to her death, afflicted with a paraletic affection.

In Royalton, on the 13th inst. in the 40th year of her age, of a consumption of many years standing, Mrs. Sophia Freeman, wife of Asher Freeman, Esq. of that town.

 

Aug. 7, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on the 3d inst. Mr. Zelotus Bancraft, of Rochester, to Miss Alma Ann Hurd.

In Geneseo, Mr. Daniel Baker to Miss Margaret Ann Thompson.

At Ancaster, Upper Canada, on the 24th ult. Mr. Jabez Sill, jr. of Dansville village, to Miss Keziah Sterling, of the former place.

DEATHS.

In this village, on Saturday the 4th inst. Mrs. Naomi S. Tucker wife of Luther Tucker, one of the publishers of the Rochester Daily Advertiser, and daughter of Mr. Ebenezer Sparhawk, of Rochester, Vermont. She was attacked with the cholera a little after 2 o'clock A. M. and died in 12 hours. Though called in the prime of life, she was prepared to obey the summons. Such had been her life, that she had no cause to wish for a delay that she might have an opportunity to do any neglected work. She received the attack of the dreadful disease without fear, committed her husband, her children, her friends, and all that she held dear on earth, to God, and rejoiced in the near approach of that period when she should depart from a world in which she had suffered much, and go to that God whom it had been her delight to serve on earth. She was in her 25th year, and has left two children.—Daily Advertiser.

In this village, early on the morning of the 1st inst. after a lingering illness of consumption, Mrs. Emily L., wife of George W. Hanford, (Coach Maker) and daughter of John Stevenson, jr. of the Society of Friends, formerly of Burlington co., New Jersey, aged 24 years.

On the 29th ult. of consumption, Mr. William Markley, aged 23 years.

 

Aug. 7, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Geneseo, Mr. Daniel Baker to Miss Margaret Ann Thompson.

At Ancaster, Upper Canada, on the 24th ult. Mr. Jabez Sill, jr. of Dansville village, to Miss Keziah Sterling, of the former place.

DIED.

In this village, on Saturday the 4th inst. Mrs. Naomi S. Tucker wife of Luther Tucker, one of the publishers of this paper, and daughter of Mr. Ebenezer Sparhawk, of Rochester, Vermont. She was attacked with the cholera a little after 2 o'clock A. M. and died in 12 hours. Though called in the prime of life, she was prepared to obey the summons. Such had been her life, that she had no cause to wish for a delay that she might have an opportunity to do any neglected work. She received the attack of the dreadful disease without fear, committed her husband, her children, her friends, and all that she held dear on earth, to God, and rejoiced in the near approach of that period when she should depart from a world in which she had suffered much, and go to that God whom it had been her delight to serve on earth. She was in her 25th year, and has left two children.

In this village, early on the morning of the 1st inst. after a lingering illness of consumption, Mrs. Emily L., wife of George W. Hanford, (Coach Maker) and daughter of John Stevenson, jr. of the Society of Friends, formerly of Burlington co., New Jersey, aged 24 years.

In this village on the 31st ult. Julia Elizabeth, daughter of E. W. Scrantom, aged 6 months.

In Canandaigua, on the 26th ult. of consumption, Mr. George S. Keith, aged 28 years.

In Phelps, Ontario co. on the 24th ult. Mr. William Hutchinson, aged 74 years. Mr. H. was an early settler in that town, from Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania, always highly esteemed, much respected and truly a christian.

In Lockport, in the 37th year of her age, Mrs. Abigal Giddins, wife of Mr. Edward Giddins. Mrs. G. had been for a long time previous to her death, afflicted with a paraletic affection.

In Royalton, in the 40th year of her age, of a consumption of many years standing, Mrs. Sophia Freeman, wife of Asher Freeman, Esq. of that town.

In Rushville, on the 22d ult. Doct. Edward P. Church, aged 26 years.

In Middlesex, on the 25th ult. Mr. Allen D. Loomis, aged 34 years.

 

Aug. 8, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

At Henrietta, on the 5th instant, by the Rev. J. Thalhimer, Mr. Joseph Pitcher, to Miss Abigail Lawrence, both of this village.

In Pittsford, on the 3d inst. Mr. Zelotus Bancroft, of this place, to Miss Alma Ann Hurd, of the former place.

DIED.

In this village, on Saturday the 4th inst. Mrs. Naomi S. Tucker wife of Luther Tucker, one of the publishers of the Daily Advertiser, and daughter of Mr. Ebenezer Sparhawk, of Rochester, Vt. She was attacked with the cholera a little after 2 o'clock A. M. and died in 12 hours. Though called in the prime of life, she was prepared to obey the summons. Such had been her life, that she had no cause to wish for a delay that she might have an opportunity to do any neglected work.—She received the attack of the dreadful disease without fear, committed her husband, her children, her friends, and all that she held dear on earth, to God, and rejoiced in the near approach of that period when she should depart from a world in which she had suffered much, and go to that God whom it had been her delight to serve on earth. She was in her 25th year, and has left two children.

In this village, on the 1st inst., of consumption, Mrs. Emily L., wife of George W. Hanford, aged 24 years.

On the 29th ult. of consumption, Mr. William Markley, aged 23 years.

In Angelica, Mr. Amos Peabody, aged 41, former Clerk of Allegany county.

In Phelps, on the 24th ult. William Hutchinson, aged 74.

In Hopewell, on Friday last, Mrs. Lydia, wife of Mr. Ezekiel Birdseye, age 29.

In Bristol, Mr. James Case, aged 65.

In Canandaigua, last Thursday, Delia Louisa Penfield, formerly of Canadice, aged 15.

 

Aug. 14, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

At Henrietta, on the 5th instant, by the Rev. J. Thalhimer, Mr. Joseph Pitcher, to Miss Abigail Lawrence, both of this village.

In Mendon, on the 10th inst. by Charles Foot, Esq. Mr. Ebenezer Manning to Miss Louis Foot, daughter of C. Foot, Esq.

In Lewiston, on the 7th inst. by Rev. J. M. Robinson, Dr. Ordenathus Hill to Miss Sarah A. Rees. Also, by the same on the 8th inst. Mr. Guy Reynolds to Miss Caroline Jackson.

DEATHS,

In this village on the 7th inst. William Warren, infant son of Mr. C. Morse, aged 6 months.

On the 8th inst. Gilbert Smith, only son of the late Gilbert T. Smith, aged 8 years.

In this village, on the 8th inst., of the cholera, Lucy Mack, aged 12 years and 8 months.

On the 9th inst. of the cholera, Charles Henry, only son of Luther Tucker, aged three years and eight months.

In this village, of the cholera, on the 9th inst. Wm. Charles, son of S. Y. Alling aged 2 years.

In this village, of cholera, on Sunday 12th inst. Mr. Oramel B. Corben, aged 26 years, formerly of Vermont.
pointing Vermont papers will please publish the above.

In this village, of cholera, on the 13th inst. Mr. Comfort Starr, late of the firm of Brace & Starr, aged about 27.

In Mendon, on the 7th inst. of cholera, Mr. J. Allen, aged about 25 years. On the 10th, of cholera, Mr. Joshua Backus.

In Ogden, on Thursday, the 2d inst. of a billious fever, Capt. Samuel Wright, aged 58 years formerly of Hebron, Connecticut. He was taken ill on Wednesday, and in a day or two was thought to be in a state of convalescence, when on the ensuing Sabbath he was again attacked, and though not considered dangerous till about 12 o'clock on Thursday, on which day he died at 2 P. M.

In Canandaigua, last Thursday, Della Louisa Penfield, formerly of Canadice, aged 15.

In Angelica, Mr. Amos Peabody, aged 41, former Clerk of Allegany county.

At Farmington, Oakland co. M. T. on the 19th ult. Thomas B. Barnum, late editor of the Erie Pa. Observer, and formerly of this village, aged 33 years. His complaint was pulmonary consumption, with which he had been afflicted for a year and a half. He spent the last winter at Pensacola (Florida), from the genial climate of which he experienced merely a temporary relief, the disease having been too long neglected to be permanently remedied. He has left a wife and one child to deplore his loss.

 

Aug. 14, 1832
Rochester Republican

DIED.

In this village, on Thursday morning the 9th inst. of the cholera, Charles Henry, only son of Luther Tucker, aged three years and eight months.

In this village, on the 13th inst., Sarah, daughter of H. Roberts.

The funeral will be attended at his residence, at 9 o'clock this morning. The friends and acquaintances are invited to attend.

In this village, on Sunday the 12th inst. Oramel B. Corben, aged 26; formerly of Vermont.

In this village on the 8th inst., of the cholera, Lucy Mack, aged 12 years and 8 months.

At Farmington, Oakland county, on the 16th ult Absalom Barnum, agd 60 years—On the 19th Thomas B. Barnum, late editor of the Erie Observer, aged 33 years.

In Lansingburg, of the preeailing epidemic, Horatio Gates Spafford esq. author of the "Universal Gazeteer," aged about 60

 

Aug. 18, 1832
The Gem

DIED.

In this village on the 4th inst. of cholera. Mrs. Naomi S. Tucker, wife of Luther Tucker, of the Daily Advertiser, aged 25. She died full of the hopes and consolations of christianity. On the 1st, of consumption, Emily L., wife of Geo. W. Hanford, aged 23. On the 31st ult. Julia Elizabeth, only daughter of Elbert W. Scrantom, aged 6 months. On the 8th inst. of cholera, Gilbert Smith, only son of the late G. T. Smith. On the 8th, of cholera, aged 12. On the 9th, Lucy, aged 12. On the 9th, of cholera, Charles Henry, only son of Luther Tucker, aged 3 years and 8 months. On the 9th, of cholera, William Charles, son of S. Y. Alling, aged 2 years. On the 12th, Oramel B. Corben, aged 26, formerly of Vermont. — On the 13, of cholera, Comfort Starr, aged about 27. On the 13th, Sarah, daughter of H. Roberts. On the 12th, William E., son of S. S. Allcott, aged 22 months. On the 14th, of cholera, Luther Ludden, an old resident, aged 60. On the 14th, of cholera, James Marsh, an old resident, aged 36. On the 14th, of cholera, Russell Streeter, printer, aged 20. — On the 14th, of cholera, Silas Page, aged 32. On the 15th, of cholera, Alarick, son Mr. Hubbell, aged 3 years. On the 14th, of cholera, Col. Pierce Darrow, and old resident, aged 47. In Henrietta, on the 15th, Mrs. Temperance Whitcomb, wife of Mr. Samuel Whitcomb.

 

Aug. 21, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

On the 15th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Lyon, Mr. John Houstin to Miss Hannah Whitney, both of this village.

At Henrietta, on the 5th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Thalhimer, Mr. Joseph Pitcher to Miss Abigail Lawrence, both of this village.

In Palmyra, on the 1st inst. by F. Smith, Esq. Mrs. James Sullivan to Miss Freelove Johnson.

DEATHS.

In this village, on Sunday last, of malignant cholera, Major Albert C. Burr, aged 27 years. Among the many melancholy deaths from the pestilence with which we are now afflicted, none has produced a deeper sensation than that of this estimable young man. From the vigor of health and youth, in a few hours he passed to the tomb. As an industrious and worthy citizen, an amiable and pious Christian, an affectionate brother, a kind and dutiful son, and an honest man, he was universally respected and beloved, and will long be remembered.—[Communicated.

On the 14th, of cholera, Luther Ludden, an old resident, aged 60. On the same day, of cholera, Silas Page, aged 33.

Mr. Russell Streeter, formerly of Rushville, Ontario co.., died Wednesday, the 15th. he was a printer, employed in this office, and remained at his business till Tuesday morning, the 14th. He had been somewhat afflicted with a diarrhea for a few days, to which he paid little attention. This, with other cases of recent occurrence, should impress upon all, the necessity as they value life, of attending immediately to the premonitory symptoms of the cholera, however slight they may appear. Mr. Streeter was a professor of religion—a young man of exemplary demeanor, 20 years of age.—Roch. D. Adv.

In this village, on the 14th inst. of cholera, Mr. Joseph R. Trumbull, in the 30th year of his age, son of Mr. D. N. Trumbull. He was violently attacked about 10 A. M. and died about sun set.

In this village, on the 15th inst., of cholera, Col. Pierce Darrow, aged 47, formerly of Hebron, Conn.

In this village, on the 15th inst., of cholera, James Marsh, aged 36 years, formerly of Weybridge, Vt.

In Walworth, Mrs. Maranda Hurley, wife of Samuel Hurley, aged about 37.

In Palmyra, on the 1sy inst., Mr. Noadiah Hubbard, a revolutionary pensioner, aged 82. On the same day, Katharine Heath, an infant daughter of J. C. Heath, aged 14 weeks. On the 7th Mr. Hiram Frisbie, of Murray, Orleans co., aged 45.

In Richmond, on the 7th inst., Abel Short, aged about 45.

In Canandaigua, on the 9th inst., an infant son of Mr. A. Harvey, one of editors of the Ontario Respository.

FATAL ACCIDENT.

As Samuel Hamilton, Esq. and lady were riding in a gig on Sophia street, yesterday morning, the horse stumbled and broke his bits, which rendered him unmanageable. After running a short distance, they were both thrown from the gig, and Mrs. H. so severely injured that she survived only about three hours. Mr. H. was considerably bruised, though not dangerously.—Daily.

 

Aug. 21, 1832
Rochester Republican

FATAL ACCIDENT.

As Samuel Hamilton, Esq. and lady, were riding in a gig on Sophia street, on Friday morning, the horse stumbled and broke his bits, which rendered him unmanageable. After running a short distance, they were both thrown from the gig, and Mrs. H. so severely injured that she survived only about three hours. Mr. H. was considerably bruised, though not dangerously.

DIED.

In this village, on Saturday morning, of consumption, at the house of Alexander Vance, David Evans, aged 51 years. Mr. E. was compelled in December last, by the progress of his disease to stop in this village, on his way to Cincinnati. Being unable to resume his journey, he met from public and private sources with relief in his necessities, and benevolent attentions in his sickness. He enjoyed, for many months, a high degree of Christian peace, and died in the full assurance of his acceptance "in the Beloved."

His friends, at a distance, may have any information respecting him, by addressing the Editors of this paper.

In this village, on the 15th inst., of the prevailing epidemic, Col. Pierce Darrow, aged 47, formerly of Hebron, Conn.

In this village, of cholera, on the 13th inst. Mr. Comfort Starr, late of the firm of Brace & Starr, aged about 27.

In Mendon, on the 7th inst. of cholera, Mr. J. Allen, aged about 25 years. On the 10th, of cholera, Mr. Joshua Backus.

In Ogden, on Thursday, the 2d inst. of a billious fever, Capt. Samuel Wright, aged 58 years formerly of Hebron, Connecticut.

In Canandaigua, last Thursday, Della Louisa Pennfield, formerly of Canadice, aged 15.

 

Aug. 22, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

On the 15th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Lyon, Mr. John Houstin to Miss Hannah Whitney, both of this village.

At Henrietta, on the 5th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Thalhimer, Mr. Joseph Pitcher to Miss Abigail Lawrence, both of this village.

In Palmyra, on the 1st inst. by F. Smith, Esq. Mrs. James Sullivan to Miss Freelove Johnson.

FATAL ACCIDENT.

As Samuel Hamilton, Esq. and lady were riding in a gig on Sophia street, yesterday morning, the horse stumbled and broke his bits, which rendered him unmanageable. After running a short distance, they were both thrown from the gig, and Mrs. H. so severely injured that she survived only about three hours. Mr. H. was considerably bruised, though not dangerously.—Daily.

DEATHS.

In this village, on Sunday last, of malignant cholera, Major Albert C. Burr, aged 27 years. Among the many melancholy deaths from the pestilence with which we are now afflicted, none has produced a deeper sensation than that of this estimable young man. From the vigor of health and youth, in a few hours he passed to the tomb. As an industrious and worthy citizen, an amiable and pious Christian, an affectionate brother, a kind and dutiful son, and an honest man, he was universally respected and beloved, and will long be remembered.—[Communicated, Inquirer.

On the 14th, of cholera, Luther Ludden, an old resident, aged 60. On the same day, of cholera, Silas Page, aged 33.

Mr. Russell Streeter, formerly of Rushville, Ontario co.., died Wednesday, the 15th. he was a printer, employed in this office, and remained at his business till Tuesday morning, the 14th. He had been somewhat afflicted with a diarrhea for a few days, to which he paid little attention. This, with other cases of recent occurrence, should impress upon all, the necessity as they value life, of attending immediately to the premonitory symptoms of the cholera, however slight they may appear. Mr. Streeter was a professor of religion—a young man of exemplary demeanor, 20 years of age.—Roch. D. Adv.

In this village, on the 14th inst. of cholera, Mr. Joseph R. Trumbull, in the 30th year of his age, son of Mr. D. N. Trumbull. He was violently attacked about 10 A. M. and died about sun set.

In this village, on the 15th inst., of cholera, Col. Pierce Darrow, aged 47, formerly of Hebron, Conn.

In this village, on the 15th inst., of cholera, James Marsh, aged 36 years, formerly of Weybridge, Vt.

In Walworth, Mrs. Maranda Hurley, wife of Samuel Hurley, aged about 37.

In Palmyra, on the 1sy inst., Mr. Noadiah Hubbard, a revolutionary pensioner, aged 82. On the same day, Katharine Heath, an infant daughter of J. C. Heath, aged 14 weeks. On the 7th Mr. Hiram Frisbie, of Murray, Orleans co., aged 45.

In Richmond, on the 7th inst., Abel Short, aged about 45.

 

Aug. 28, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

DEATHS,

On the 26th inst. of cholera, at the residence of her son, (Mr. O. Sage,) Mrs. Mary Ann Ranney, aged 66.

In this village, of the prevailing epidemic, on the 16th inst. Mrs. Caroline Bush, wife of H. Bush, hardware merchant, aged 25 years. On the 18th, Mrs. Nancy Bean, aged 25, and Miss Caroline Hawley, aged 26 years; and on the 20th inst. Miss Jane Smith, daughter of Dr. J. W. Smith, aged 22 years—all members of the 3d Presbyterian Church.

On the 18th, also, Miss Ann Bull, aged 20 years, sister of Mrs. Bush, above named, whose mother and brother died. at Batavia, within a day or two of the same time.

On the 20th inst. of consumption, Charlotte Melville, aged 49 years.

On the 21st inst. of dropsey of the head, Chester, son of Dr. F. F. Backus, aged 6 years.

On the 21st inst. of cholera, John, son of Oren Sage, aged 10 years.

On the 23d inst. of the prevailing epidemic, Phebe Maria Rowley, aged 12 years.

In Mendon, on the 14th inst. of cholera, Mr. James McNaughton, merchant of that place, formerly of Salem, Washington co. On the same day, of cholera, Sarah McNaughton, only daughter of A. McNaughton aged 2 years. On the 16th inst. of cholera, Mr. William H. Backus, clerk for A. McNaughton. On the 17th inst., of cholera, Mr. Isaac Pixley.

In Riga, on the 13th inst. Malcom Blue, aged 16 years. son of Daniel Blue, late of Deerfield, Oneida co.

In Palmyra, on the 16th inst. Frances Catharine, daughter of H. K. Jerome, Esq. aged 2 years. On the 18th, George Whitfield, son of Col. G. Beckwith, aged 10 months.

In Macedon, on the 8th inst. Mrs. Martha Delano, wife of Israel Delano, and daughter of Judge William Rogers, of Palmyra, aged 55 years.

In Dansville, on the 15th inst. Mary B. daughter of Dr. James Faulkner, aged 2 years.

At Hornellsville, Steuben co., on the 8th instant. of a pulmonary complaint, Mr. Charles Cameron, aged 22 years, eldest son of the Hon. Dugald Cameron of Bath.

In Ithaca, on the 19th inst. of consumption, Mr. James McChain, Jr. aged 29 years—son-in-law of William Wisner, of this village.

 

Aug. 28, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 1st inst. by the Rev. Dr. Penney, Mr. John G. Norton, to Miss Eliza A. Olmsted.

At St. John's Church, Canandaigua, on the 18th inst. by the Rev. R. Kearney, Mr. Warren T. Worden, attorney at law, Auburn, to Emily, daughter of Dr. Bennett, of West Bloomfeld.

DIED.

In this village, of the prevailing epidemic, on the 16th inst. Mrs. Caroline Bush, wife of H. Bush, hardware merchant, aged 25 years; on the 18th, Mrs. Nancy Bean, aged 25, and Miss Caroline Hawley, aged 26 years; and on the 20th inst. Miss Jane Smith, daughter of Doct. J. W. Smith, aged 22 years—all members of the 3d Presbyterian Church.

On the 18th, also, Miss Ann Bull, aged 20 years, sister of Mrs. Bush, above named, whose mother and brother died. at Batavia, within a day or two of the same time.

On the 21st inst. of dropsy of the head, Chester, son of Dr. F. F. Backus, aged 6 years.

In this village, on the 21st inst. of the cholera, John, son of Oren Sage, aged 10 years.

In this village, on the 20th inst. of consumption, Charlotte Melville, aged 49 years.

In this village, on Sunday the 26th inst. at the house of her son, (Mr. O. Sage,) Mrs. Mary Ann Ranney, aged 66 years.

On the evening of the 23d inst. at the house of Hester Stevens in this village, of the prevailing epidemic, Phebe Maria Rowley, aged 12 years.

At Hornellsville, Steuben co., on the 8th instant. of a pulmonary complaint, Mr. Charles Cameron, aged 22 years, eldest son of the Hon. Dugald Cameron of Bath.

In Mendon, on the 14th inst. of cholera, Mr. Alexander McNaughton, merchant of that place, formerly of Salem, Washington county. On the same day, of cholera, Sarah McNaughton, only daughter of A. McNaughton aged 2 years. On the 16th inst. of cholera, Mr. William H. Backus, clerk for A. McNaughton. On the 17th inst., of cholera, Mr. Isaac Pixley.

In Riga, on the 13th inst. Malcom Blue, aged 16 years. son of Daniel Blue, late of Deerfield, Oneida co.

 

Aug. 29, 1832
Rochester Observer

DIED.

In this village on the 7th inst. of cholera, Mrs. Malissa B. Haskell, aged 27 years, wife of Timothy C. Haskell, and a member of the 2d Presbyterian Church—an affectionate wife, a tender mother and decided Christian. [illegible sentence] She left 2 children.—(Com.

At the house of H. Stevens, Esq. on this village on the evening of the 23d inst. of the prevailing epidemia, cholera, Phebe Maria Rowley.

At North Penfield, on the 14th inst., of cholera, Jonathan Huestis, aged 18 years, a member of the Methodist church, and son of Rev. Mr. Huestis. His last hours furnished a practical relation of the skeptic's philosophy, and a clear demonstration of the power and efacacy of the cross of Christ. To him might be appropriately applies the triumphant language of the apostle, "I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is ay hand." Some of those present could truly say, [illegible]

At West Bloomfield, on the 9th inst. in the triumphs of faith, Miss Mary M. Stratton, daughter of Jeremiah Stratton, Esq. aged 23 years, pointing The Episcopal Recorder and Vermont Chronicle are requested to insert the above.

 

Sept. 4, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

At Palmyra, on the 21st ult. by Rev. Mr. Townsend, Mr. William Prime to Miss Eliza Ann Newbury.

DEATHS.

In this village, on the 30th ult. after a lingering and distressing illness on many months, Matthew, third son of Rev. William and Julia Wisner, in the 15th year of his age.

On the 30th of cholera Mrs. Hannah Ely, wife of Elisha Ely, Esq. Mrs. Ely a victim to he zeal in the cause of humanity and benevolence having devoted herself for several weeks to the cause of the sick with who she had been almost constantly engaged administering consolation and mitigating the sufferings of the afflicted. The church of which she was an active and useful member, will deeply feel this afflictive dispensation;—to her family the loss is irreparable; her friends will long deplore her removal, and the poor, to whom she was eminently a benefactoress, will bless her memory.—Daily Adv.

On the 30th ult. of the dropsy, Gen. Timothy Burr, aged 61 years, formerly of Hartford, Conn.

On the 31st ult. Mrs. Mary Burr, aged 52, relict of the late Gen. F. Burr, who died the day previous. She was attacked with the cholera about 2 o'clock A. M. and survived only eight hours.—The church will mourn for her as for a mother in Israel, for she was one of its brightest ornaments. She has left a large family of children, who have been called in two successive days to mourn the death of both their parents, and with whom this community most deeply sympathize.

At Holley, on the 24th inst. Mayor H. N. Baldwin, of the firm of Hill and Baldwin, aged about 30 years.

On the 31st ult. Mr. Davis C. West, aged about 50 years

At North Penfield, of cholera, Jonathan Huestis, aged 18 years, a member of the Methodist church, and son of Rev. Mr. Huestis.

At Lundy's Lane, of cholera, Mr. Eli Keeney, formerly of this place.

At West Bloomfield, on the 9th inst. in the triumphs of faith, Miss Mary M. Stratton, daughter of J. Stratton, Esq. aged 23.

At Palmyra. on the 27th ult. Mr. Lott Stone.

OBITUARY.

The Rev. Michael MacNamara, for several years Roman Catholic Pastor of Rochester, expired in Chili, near this place, on the 30th August. he was a native of the city of Limmerick, Ireland. His assiduity and piety have mainly contributed to the prosperity of the congregation; and his persevering exertions have aided largely in the erection of their spacious church in Rochester. Benevolent in feeling, unassuming in manners, and liberal in principle, (though strict and zealous in the exercise of his clerical functions,) he was generally esteemed by the citizens of his acquaintance, of all sects.—The interest felt in his fate was testified by the very large concourse that attended the removal of his remains to the church in Rochester.—[Com.

 

Sept. 4, 1832
Rochester Republican

OBITUARY.

The Rev. Michael MacNamara, for several years Roman Catholic Pastor of Rochester, expired in Chili, near this place, on the 30th Aug.—aged 39. he was a native of the city of Limmerick, Ireland. His assiduity and piety have mainly contributed to the prosperity of the congregation; and his persevering exertions have aided largely in the erection of their spacious church in Rochester. Benevolent in feeling, unassuming in manners, and liberal in principle, (though strict and zealous in the exercise of his clerical functions,) he was generally esteemed by the citizens of his acquaintance, of all sects.—The interest felt in his fate was testified by the very large concourse that attended the removal of his remains to the church in Rochester.—[Com.

DIED.

In this village on the 30th ult. of the dropsy, Gen. Timothy Burr, aged 61 years, formerly of Hartford, Conn.

In this village on Friday morning, Mrs. Mary Burr, aged 52, relict of the late Gen. T. Burr, who died the day previous. She was attacked with the cholera about 2 o'clock A. M. and survived only eight hours. The church will mourn for her as for a mother in Israel, for she was one of its brightest ornaments. She has left a large family of children, who have been called in two successive days to mourn the death of both their parents, and with whom this community most deeply sympathize.

In this village, on Thursday morning of the cholera Mrs. Hannah Ely, aged —, wife of Elisha Ely, Esq.

Mrs. Ely fell a victim to he zeal in the cause of humanity and benevolence, having devoted herself for several weeks to the cause of the sick with whom she had been almost constantly engaged, administering consolation and mitigating the sufferings of the afflicted.

The Church of which she was an active and useful member will deeply feel this afflictive dispensation;—to her family the loss is irreparable; her friends will long deplore her removal, and the poor, to whom she was eminently a benefactoress, will bless her memory.

In this village, on the 30th ult. after a lingering and distressing illness on many months, Matthew, third son of Rev. William and Julia Wisner, in the 15th year of his age.

In this village, on the 31st ult. Mr. Davis C. West, aged about 50 years

In this village on the 7th inst. of cholera, Mrs. Malissa B. Haskell, aged 27 years, wife of Timothy C. Haskell, and a member of the 2d Presbyterian Church—an affectionate wife, a tender mother and decided Christian.

At North Penfield, of the cholera, Jonathan Huestis, aged 18 years, a member of the Methodist church, and son of Rev. Mr. Huestis.

At Lundy's Lane, of the cholera, Mr. Eli Keeney, formerly of this place.

At Holley, on the 24th inst. Mayor H. N. Baldwin, of the firm of Hill and Baldwin, aged about 30 years.

 

Sept. 5, 1832
Rochester Observer

DIED.

In this village, on the 30th ult. after a lingering and distressing illness on many months, Matthew, third son of Rev. William and Julia Wisner, in the 15th year of his age.

On the 30th of cholera Mrs. Hannah Ely, wife of Elisha Ely, Esq. Mrs. Ely a victim to he zeal in the cause of humanity and benevolence having devoted herself for several weeks to the cause of the sick with who she had been almost constantly engaged administering consolation and mitigating the sufferings of the afflicted. The church of which she was an active and useful member, will deeply feel this afflictive dispensation;—to her family the loss is irreparable; her friends will long deplore her removal, and the poor, to whom she was eminently a benefactoress, will bless her memory.—Daily Adv.

On the 30th ult. of the dropsy, Gen. Timothy Burr, aged 61 years, formerly of Hartford, Conn.

On the 31st ult. Mrs. Mary Burr, aged 52. She was attacked with the cholera about 2 o'clock A. M. and survived only eight hours.—The church will mourn for her as for a mother in Israel, for she was one of its brightest ornaments. She has left a large family of children, who have been called in two successive days to mourn the death of both their parents, and with whom this community most deeply sympathize.

At Holley, on the 24th inst. Mayor H. N. Baldwin, of the firm of Hill and Baldwin, aged about 30 years.

On the 31st ult. Mr. Davis C. West, aged about 50 years

In Chili, on the 30th ult. Rev. Michael MacNamara, for several years Roman Catholic Pastor of Rochester.

 

Sept. 11, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

In Bergen, on the 5th inst. by Rev. Josiah Pierson, Mr. Pitman Wilcox, of Riga, to Miss Ann Parish, daughter of E. Parish, Esq.

On the 29th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Coleman, Mr. Steward Johnson to Miss Diana Lester, the former of Byron, the latter of Elba.

DIED.

In Palmyra, on the 28th Aug. Mary P. youngest daughter of Mr. George Byington, of this village, aged 1 year and 10 months.

At Aurora, Cayuga co. on the 1st inst. Mr. Glen Cuyler, Esq., aged about 58 years.

At Auburn, 13th ult. Mr. David Horner, aged 56 years.

In Milltown, Bradford county, Pa. on Saturday evening the 1st Sept. of scarlet fever, Martha Shepard Howard, only daughter of Mr. Luther Howard, formerly of Palmyra, aged 2 yrs & 9 mo. In the death of this interesting child, there is additional evidence that "death loves a shining mark."

O tide of wo, in this our little sphere;

Pang after pang comes unexpected on,

No placid calm but that a bubble's near;

It bursts full soon—our brightest hopes are gone,

And we, poor earthly mortals, left to moan

O'er blighted hopes, and linger in despair.

 

Sept. 11, 1832
Rochester Republican

INFORMATION WANTED.

pointing Mr. Carr, late of Gloucestershire, England will hear something highly to his advantage by writing immediately to Mrs. Luff late Jane J. Cox, late of Great Barrington, Gloucestershire, England, residing at Bennington, Bennington Co. Vermont. Printers in Rochester New York, & other parts of the Western Country, am requested to give this a few insertions.

Bennington, Vermont, Aug. 13, 1832.

MARRIED.

On the 29th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Coleman, Mr. Steward Johnson to Miss Diana Lester, the former of Byron, the latter of Elba.

DIED.

At Westbury, L. I. on the 1st inst. of consumption, Gilbert Evernghim, aged about 36 years, formerly of this village.

At Aurora, Cayuga county, on the 1st instant, Glen Cuyler, Esq., aged 58 years. He had filled some of the most important offices of the State and county, with honor to himself and country.

 

Sept. 12, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

In Bergen, on the 5th inst. by Rev. Josiah Pierson, Mr. Pitman Wilcox, of Riga, to Miss Ann Parish, daughter of E. Parish, Esq.

On the 29th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Coleman, Mr. Steward Johnson to Miss Diana Lester, the former of Byron, the latter of Elba.

DIED.

In Palmyra, on the 28th Aug. Mary P. youngest daughter of Mr. George Byington, of this village, aged 1 year and 10 months.

At Aurora, Cayuga co. on the 1st inst. Mr. Glen Cuyler, Esq., aged about 58 years.

In Milltown, Bradford county, Pa. on Saturday evening the 1st Sept. of scarlet fever, Martha Shepard Howard, only daughter of Mr. Luther Howard, formerly of Palmyra, aged 2 yrs & 9 mo.

In this village, on the 9th inst. at the residence of Mr. Samuel Chipman, Miss Arabella Case, in the 20th year of her age. Miss Case was a resident of Sheldon, Genesee county, and came to this place for the purpose of attending school; which she did for some months. On the 2d Sabbath in July she united by profession with the 3d Presbyterian church in this village; since which period she has been actively engaged in the cause of her Divine Master, and has often declared that she found it to be a most delightful service. During the prevalence of the cholera in our midst, she spent much of her time in visiting and taking care of the sick, until at last she fell victim to the same pestilences. Although her residence had been short among us, she had secured to herself the esteem of a large circle of Christian friends, whose unremitted kindness during her sickness, showed the deep interest they felt in her recovery; and though her sickness was somewhat protracted and severe, and though away from home and without a single relative to cheer her sick bed and her dying hour, she manifested a patient resignation to the will of God and a joy in the prospect of death, which is experienced by none but the Christian, in the lively exercise of that faith which plucks out the sting of death and robs the grave of victory.

 

Sept. 18, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

On the 13th inst., by the Rev. H. Roberts, Mr. Wm. Stevens to Miss Eliza Walker, both of this village.

In Penfield, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Andrew, Mr. Lyman Hogdes to Miss Sally Sprague, both of Walworth.

DIED.

In this village, on the 9th inst. at the residence of Mr. Samuel Chipman, Miss Arabella Case, in the 20th year of her age. Miss Case was a resident of Sheldon, Genesee co. and for some months been attending school in this place.

At Palmyra, on the 10th inst. Mrs. Rebecca Spear, wife of Mr. Erastus Spear, aged 34 years.

In Macedon, on the 7th inst. Mrs. Ruth Spear.

At Westbury, L. I. on the 1st inst. of consumption, Gilbert Everinghim, Jun., late of this village, aged 40 years.

At Brockport, on the 10th inst. Mrs. Ruth Butler, aged 34 years.

In Bath, Steuben co. on the 4th inst. Mr. Eli Eddy, in the 45th year of his age, and for several years a resident of Geneva.

 

Sept. 18, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 13th inst., by the Rev. H. Roberts, Mr. Wm. Stevens to Miss Eliza Walker, both of this village.

In Penfield, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Andrew, Mr. Lyman Hogdes to Miss Sally Sprague, both of Walworth.

In Bergen, on the 5th inst. by the Rev. Josiah Pierson. Mr. Putnam Wilcox, of Riga, to Miss Ann Parish, daughter of Eliphalet Parish, Esq.

DIED.

In Greece on the 16th inst. after a short illness, Bill Olmsted, aged 2 years and 6 months; and youngest son of Harry Olmsted, one of the first settlers of Greece.

 

Sept. 19, 1832
Rochester Observer

MARRIED.

In Scottsville on the 15th inst. by the Rev. Lewis Cheeseman, Mr. Jonathan Wright of Byron, Genesee co. to Miss Jemima Matilda Parmalee of Springfield Otsego co.

At Penfield by the Rev. R. Dunning, Mr. Henry Fellows to Mrs. Sarah Prouty.

At the Pavilion Genesee co. by Rev. L. Brooks, Mr. John Dunning to Miss Nancy Fry.

DIED.

At Port Byron, on the 16th inst., Major Henry Kennedy, formerly of this place, aged about 37 years.

 

Sept. 25, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

In Scottsville on the 15th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Cheeseman, Jonathan Wright, of Byron, Genesee co. to Miss Jemima M. Parmalee of Springfield Otsego co.

DIED.

In Greece on the 16th inst. Bill Olmsted, aged 2 years and 6 months.

In Skeneateles, on the 14th inst. of consumption, Mr. William R. Brewster, merchant, formerly of this village.

At Port Byron, on the 16th inst., Major Henry Kennedy, formerly of this village. In life universally respected, for his inflexible uprightness and integrity; and in whose death, his much bereaved family and community in which he lived have sustained an irreparable loss.

In this village on the 16th inst. Mary Ann, daughter of Theodore Chapin, aged 9 mo. 11 days.

 

Sept. 25, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Hartland, Niagara co. by the Rev. E. Savage, Mr. A. S. Spencer, of Medina, to Miss Lydia Ann Dunn.

In Lockport, on the 16th inst. by Rev. Mr. Brown, Rev. George Denison, Professor in Gambia College, Ohio, to Miss Jennette B. Ralston.

DIED.

In this village, on Sunday the 16th inst. Mary Ann, daughter of Theodore Chapin, aged 9 months and 11 days.

At Essex, Essex co. N. Y., on the 5th inst., of cholera, Albert Anson, recently from Avon, Livingston co. second son of Mr. Amos Anson, of Essex, aged 18 years.

Near Long Point, U. C. on the 1st inst. Mr. Joseph Merwin, formerly of Rush, Monroe co.

At Port Byron, on the 16th inst., Major Henry Kennedy, formerly of this place, aged about 37 years. In life, universally respected, for his inflexible uprightness and integrity; and in whose death, his much bereaved family and the community in which he lived have sustained an

CORONER'S INQUEST.

An inquest was held on Sunday morning over the body of Martial Porter, late of Palmyra, who was found dead under a saw mill near the aqueduct—he was seen the evening before intoxicated, with a bottle of whiskey in his possession. Verdict of the jury, that he came to his death by accidentally falling through the saw mill, while under the influence of spiritous liquors.     A. W. RILET, Coroner.

 

Oct. 2, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

At Auburn, Henry Ivision, bookseller, to Miss Sarah Brinkerhoof.

In Warsaw, Mr. Erastus Montague, to Miss Mary Pendleton.

In Batavia, Mr. Joseph Sanders, to Miss Elizabeth Patterson.

At the same place, Mr. John Gifford, to Mrs. Mary Bedell.

On the 25th inst. by the Rev. Linscomb Knapp, Mr. Charles Caldwell, to Miss Jane Rabdolph, both of Brighton.

DIED.

At Lockport, of cholera, on the 23d inst. Dr. Eli Bruce, formerly sheriff of the county of Niagara. He lingered after being attacked for several days. He had constantly devoted himself to the sick from the time the disease had broke out in that place, and neglected his own health, until too late to be preserved by human skill.

In Penn Yan, the 23d inst. Mr. Nathaniel Merrill, of the firm of Merrill, Milford & Co. merchants, aged 57 years.

At Rushville, Rev. Joseph Bracket; Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, at that place.

At Dresden, Yates co. on the 24th inst. after a short illness, Mr. Isaac Bogert, of the firm of I. Bogert & Co., merchants.

In Easton, Pa., on the 6th inst. Mr. Horace Seely, aged 34 years, son of Mr. Wm. Seely of this village.

 

Oct. 9, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 3d inst. by Rev. Mr. Birch, Mr. David S. Goldy to Miss Esther Carpenter, both of this village.

In Salem, on the 24th ult. by Rev. A. Proudfit, Mr. Cullen Dibble, of this village, to Miss Caroline Frost, daughter of Mr. Cloys Frost, of the former place.

On the 3d inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Thomas M. Weaver to Miss Harriet M. Stedman, daughter of Mr. Timothy Stedman, of Penfield.

DIED.

At Erie, Pa. on the 10th Sept. Mr. Horace Shepard, formerly of Avon, Livingston co., and lately of East Bethany, Genesee co.—half-brother of the editor of the Inquirer, aged 50 years. He was on his way to Michigan—took passage in the Superior at Buffalo on the 7th, left the boat on the 8th and died of cholera two days afterwards.

In Henrietta, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Electa, Priest, wife of Mr. Noah Priest, formerly of Clarkson, in the 65th year of her age.

 

Oct. 13, 1832
The Gem

MARRIED.

In this village on 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Birch, Mr. David S. Golday, recently of Philadelphia, to Miss Esther Carpenter.

In Brighton, on the 25th inst. by the Rev. L. Knapp, Mr. Charles Caldwell, to Miss Jane Randolph.

In Brighton, on the 2d inst. by S. Hamilton Esq. Mr. Crayton Allen, to Miss Paulina Harris.

 

Oct. 16, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

DIED.

In this village, on the 10th inst. of the consumption, Mrs. Julia Ann Sherman, wife of Mr. H. B. Sherman, of this village, and daughter of Samuel Edwards, of Manlius, Onondaga co. aged 25 years.

runner RANAWAY from the subscriber, on the 4th of October, Chauncy F. Stevens, an indented apprentice to the tailoring business. — Said runaway, had on when he went away, a dark brown hunter's cost, and vest of the same, osnaberg pantaloons, palm leaf hat, and cow hide shoes. This is to forbid all persons harboring or trusting him on my account, as I shall pay no debts of his constructing after this date; and I also forbid any one employing him, on penalty of the law. Whoever will return said runaway shall receive one cent reward, but no charges paid.

BARENT D. THALLHIMER,
Penfield, October 5, 1832.

 

Oct. 16, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Salem, on the 24th ult. by Rev. A. Proudfit, Mr. Cullen Dibale, of this village, to Miss Caroline Frost, daughter of Mr. Cloys Frost, of the former place.

In New York, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Cox, Henry H. Taylor, Esq. of Canandaigua, N. Y. to Martha C. Masters, eldest daughter of Thomas Masters, Esq. of this city.

In Canandaigua, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Eddy, Mr. Thaddeus Chapin to Miss Rebecca Bemis, daughter of James D. Bemis, Esq.

In Groveland, Livingston co., on the 28th ult. Mr. David Service, to Miss Margaret Gamble, eldest daughter of David Gamble, Esq., all of the same place.

In this village on the 8th inst. by A. S. Alexander, Mr. Abner Stubbs to Miss Jane Sliter.

At Auburn, on the 26th ult. by the Rev. Dr. Mason, Col. S. Birdsall, of Waterloo, to Miss Serene Fosgate, of Auburn.

In Penn Yan, on the 2d inst. Mr. Benjamin E. Kidder, to Miss Anne Brown.

DIED.

In this village, on the 10th inst., of the consumption, Mrs. Julia Ann, wife of Mr. H. B. Sherman of this village, and daughter of Samuel Edwards of Manlius, Onondaga co., N. Y.—aged 25 years.

In this village on the 6th inst. of consumption aged 32 years, Mrs. Sarah Cummings, wife of Daniel Cummings and daughter of Reuben Smith of East Bloomfield.

At Erie, Pa. on the 10th Sept. Mr. Horace Shepard, formerly of Avon, Livingston co., and lately of East Bethany, Genesee co. and layely of East Bethany, Genesee co.—half-brother of the editor of the Inquirer, aged 50 years. He was on his way to Michigan—took passage in the Superior at Buffalo on the 7th— left the boat on the 8th and died of cholera two days afterwards.

In Henrietta, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Electa, Priest, wife of Mr. Noah Priest, formerly of Clarkson, in the 65th year of her age.

In York, on the 1st of September, Miss Clarissa A. Ferrin, aged 22 years.

In Benton, on the 22d ult. Mr. Abraham Remer, aged 36 years.

In Macedon, on the 18th, Mr. Benjamin Howland, of Seneca, aged 77. His death was occasioned by a fall from a canal boat, while on his way to Lockport.

 

Oct. 23, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on Wednesday evening, by the Rev. Mr. buck, Mr. Freeman Divoll, of the firm of Kempshall & Divoll, to Miss Lucy Ann Burchard, both of Rochester.

In this village, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Comstock, John H. Babcock to Louisa Brace. — On the same day, Lavrett Barber to Sophronia Waite. On the 10th inst. John Rogers to Eliza S. Eldred. On the 11th, Converse Dyer to Phebe Amanda Bentley. On the 15th Rozen White to Mary Ann Stimpson. On the 17th, John Bryant to Margaret Wilson.

At Lima, Livingston co., on the 30th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Grant, Mr. Joseph Arnold, a preacher of the Methodist connexion, to Miss Ann E., daughter of the Rev. Saml. Luckey, D. D., principal of the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary.

DIED.

In Erie, Pa., suddenly on the 12th inst., Judah Colt, Esq. a highly respectable citizen, and brother of Gen. Samuel Colt, of Geneva, aged 72.

 

Oct. 23, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on Wednesday evening, by the Rev. Mr. buck, Mr. Freeman Divoll, of the firm of Kempshall & Divoll, to Miss Lucy Anne Burchard, both of Rochester.

On the 21st inst. by the Rev. H. Roberts, Mr. Carey Thornton to Lucy Ware both of Rochester.

In this village, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Comstock, John H. Babcock to Louisa Brace. On the same day, Lavrett Barber to Sophronia Waite. On the 10th inst. John Rogers to Eliza S. Eldred. On the 11th, Converse Dyer to Phebe Amanda bentley. On the 15th Rozen White to Mary Ann Stimpson. On the 17th, John Bryant to Margaret Wilson.

DIED.

In Erie, Pa., suddenly on the 12th inst., Judah Colt, Esq. a highly respectable citizen, and brother of Gen. Samuel Colt, of Geneva, aged 72.

In Dansville, Livingston co. the 9th inst. Major John Kennedy, 42 (or 48)

In Batavia, on the 9th inst., Agnes Hubbard, wife of Dr. John Hubbard, of apoplexy. aged [illegible] years.

 

Oct. 27, 1832
The Gem

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 27th ult. by Rev. Wm. Wisner, Mr. Rolla Marsh, to Miss Betsey Ward, both of Rochester.

In Gainesville, Genesee co. on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Conklin, Mr. Eliphas S. Alvord, of Calhoun co. Michigan, to Miss Mary Cravath, of the former place.

On the 11th inst. by Rev. Dr. Comstock, Mr. Converse Dyer, to Miss Phebe Amanda Bentley, all of this village.

In Lenox, on the 14th inst. Mr. Luther Sheldon, to Miss Amanda Hill, both of Parma

 

Nov. 2, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Burlington, (N. J.) on the 15th ult. by the Rev. Charles H. Wharton, D. D. the Rev. Chauncey Colton, of Washington City, late Rector of St. Paul's Church in this village, to Miss Ann, daughter of the late Wm. Coxe.

In New York, on the 18th ult. by the Rev. Cyrus Mason, Mr. Giles Ely, merchant of Palmyra, to Miss Caroline A. Hoe, daughter of Mr. Robert Hoe, of New York.

In Middle Haddam, Conn. on the 22d ult. by the Rev. Mr. Bently, Mr. Levi Thayer, of Palmyra, to Miss Elizabeth Selden, of the former place.

 

Nov. 3, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Clarkson, by the Rev. E. Furman, Mr. Albert Walker, of Brockport, to Miss Maritt Forsyth, daughter of David Forsyth, of Clarkson.

In Lockport, by the Rev. Mr. Nevins, Reuben Wilson, Esq. of Wilson, to Mrs. Chloe N. Burns, formerly of Lewiston.

In Somerset, Mr. Eber P. Smith to Miss Susan Merrill.

 

Nov. 6, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Troy, on the 24th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Butler, Mr. Joshua Rathbun, Merchant of Albion, to Miss Sarah Couenhoven.

In New York, on the 18th ult. Mr. Thomas S. Clark, of Albion, to Miss Lucretia M. Henry.

In Gaines, on the 25th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Hammond, Mr. Solomon Wilson, to Miss Clarissa Drake.

In Gates, Monroe county, on the 25th ult., by Wm. Buell, Esq., Mr. Jasper Stoel, to Miss Mary Myres, both of Gates.

 

Nov. 6, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Burlington, (N. J.) on the 15th ult. by the Rev. Charles H. Wharton, D. D. the Rev. Chauncey Colton, of Washington City, late Rector of St. Paul's Church in this village, to Miss Ann, daughter of the late Wm. Coxe.

In New York, on the 18th ult. by the Rev. Cyrus Mason, Mr. Giles Ely, merchant of Palmyra, to Miss Caroline A. Hoe, daughter of Mr. Robert Hoe, of New York.

In Middle Hadam, Conn. on the 22d ult. by the Rev. Mr. Bently, Mr. Levi Thayer, of Palmyra, to Miss Elizabeth Selden, of the former place.

In Clarkson, by the Rev. E. Furman, Mr. Albert Walker, of Brockport, to Miss Maritt Forsyth, daughter of David Forsyth, of Clarkson.

In Lockport, by the Rev. Mr. Nevins, Reuben Wilson, Esq. of Wilson, to Mrs. Chloe N. Burns, formerly of Lewiston.

In Somerset, Mr. Eber P. Smith to Miss Susan Merrill.

 

Nov. 10, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Brockport on the 6th inst. by the Rev. C. E. Furman, Mr. Theodore Hinman, of Bellville, N. J. to Miss Delia A. Caulkins. At the same place, by the Rev. Mr. Byington, Mr. Chauncey S. Fassett, to Miss Jane Harmon.

On the 31st ult. by the Rev. Moses Hunter, Elijah Griswold, Esq. of Friendship, to Miss Hester Geiger, of Angelica.

In West Bloomfirld, on the 6th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Brown, the Rev. E. H. Walker, of York, to Miss Alcie P. Bacon, of the former place.

DIED.

On the 24th ult. at the residence of his father Eleazar Burnham, Esq. Mr. Isaac W. Burnham, aged 20 years, merchant of Aurora.

 

Nov. 12, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Auburn, Christopher Morgan, Jr. Esq. Attorney at Law, of Aurora, to Miss Mary E. Pitney, daughter of Doct. T. Pitney.

In this village, on the 8th inst., by Ephraim Goss, Esq., Mr. Columbus Hart, of Pittsford, to Miss Elizabeth Hitchcock, of Perinton.

 

Nov. 13, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 8th inst., by Ephraim Goss, Esq., Mr. Columbus Hart, of Pittsford, to Miss Elizabeth Hitchcock, of Perinton.

In Gates, Monroe county, on the 25th ult., by Wm. Buell, Esq., Mr. Jasper Stoel, to Miss Mary Myres, both of Gates.

In Gaines, on the 25th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Hammond, Mr. Solomon Wilson, to Miss Clarissa Drake.

In Brockport on the 6th inst. by the Rev. C. E. Furman, Mr. Theodore Hinman, of Bellville, N. J. to Miss Delia A. Caulkins. At the same place, by the Rev. Mr. Byington, Mr. Chauncey S. Fassett, to Miss Jane Harmon.

On the 31st ult. by the Rev. Moses Hunter, Elijah Griswold, Esq. of Friendship, to Miss Hester Geiger, of Angelica.

In West Bloomfirld, on the 6th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Brown, the Rev. E. H. Walker, of York, to Miss Alcie P. Bacon, of the former place.

In Troy, on the 24th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Butler, Mr. Joshua Rathbun, Merchant of Albion, to Miss Sarah Couenhoven.

In New York, on the 18th ult. Mr. Thomas S. Clark, of Albion, to Miss Lucretia M. Henry.

In Auburn, Christopher Morgan, Jr. Esq. Attorney at Law, of Aurora, to Miss Mary E. Pitney, daughter of Doct. T. Pitney.

DIED.

On the 24th ult. at the residence of his father Eleazar Burnham, Esq. Mr. Isaac W. Burnham, aged 20 years, merchant of Aurora.

 

Nov. 15, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

Last evening in St. Luke's Church, by Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, Ariel Wentworth, Esq. to Miss Maria Blain; all of this village.

 

Nov. 17, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At Pittsford on the 13th inst. by Rev. Mr. Buck, Ephraim Goss, Esq. Attorney at Law, to Miss Margaret Porter, daughter of Chauncey Porter, Esq. all of Pittsford.

DIED.

In this village, on Friday morning, 16th inst. Charles H. Sherman, aged one year, son of Mr. H. B. Sherman of this village.

The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this day (Saturday) at 2 o'clock P. M. at their residence, on the corner of Troup and Washington streets.

 

Nov. 19, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

ONE CENT REWARD.

Ran away from the subscriber, on the night of the 19th inst., an indented apprentice about 18 years of age, by the name of John G. Freeman. All persons are forbid harboring, trusting, or employing said boy under penalty of the law.

ABRAHAM HAYES,
Henrietta, Oct. 23, 1832.

 

Nov. 20, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

pointing INFORMATION WANTED.

JOHN LOOP, a boy thirteen years of age, left Charleston in Montgomery co. N. Y. about the opening of the canal navigation last spring, to visit his mother and uncle in the town of Sodus in the county of Wayne. John was last heard of by his relatives at Spaker's Basin. His stature is below others of his age, has blue eyes and round visage. Any information concerning him addressed to John S. Bean, East Ridge, Sodus, Wayne co. N. Y. will be thankfully received by his disconsolate mother.

POLLY WICKHAM,
Sodus, Nov. 6th, 1832.

N. B. Printers on the canal route would serve the cause of humanity by inserting the above a few times in their respective papers, and perhaps be the means of restoring to his mother a destitute boy.

MARRIED.

At Pittsford, on the 13th inst. by Rev. Mr. Buck, Ephraim Goss, Esq., attorney at law, to Miss Margaret Porter, daughter of Chauncey Porter, Esq. all of Pittsford.

On the 15th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Pratt, Mr. Benjamin Sheldon, Jr. to Miss Mary Foster, all of Chili.

In Avon, Livingston co. on the 17th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Hart, Mr. David Sherwood, of Geneseo, to Miss Mary Ann Gray, of Avon.

DIED.

In this village, on the 16th inst. Charles H. Sherman, aged one year, son of Mr. H. B. Sherman.

In Brighton, on Sunday last, Mrs. Eunice Negus, wife of the late Nathaniel Negus

pointing Funeral from her late residence this morning at 10 o'clock, which the friends of the family are desired to attend.

 

Nov. 20, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

At Brighton, on Sunday last, after a tedious and protracted illness, which she sustained with christian fortitude, Mrs. Eunice Negus, wife of the late Nathaniel Negus

Funeral this morning at 10 o'clock, from his late residence, to which the friends of the family are desired to attend.

 

Nov. 20, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

Last evening in St. Luke's Church, by Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, Ariel Wentworth, Esq. to Miss Maria Blain; all of this village.

At Pittsford, on the 13th inst. by Rev. Mr. Buck, Ephraim Goss, Esq., Attorney at Law, to Miss Margaret Porter, daughter of Chauncey Porter, Esq. all of Pittsford.

DIED.

In this village, on the 8th inst., Mr. Wheeler Collins, aged about 51 years.

In this village, on Friday morning, 16th inst. Charles H. Sherman, aged one year, son of Mr. H. B. Sherman of this village.

At Brighton, on Sunday last, after a tedious and protracted illness, which she sustained with christian fortitude, Mrs. Eunice Negus, wife of the late Nathaniel Negus

 

Nov. 21, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Albany, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. Keese, the Hon. D. D. Barnard, of this village, to Miss Catharine, daughter of the late Dudley Walsh, Esq. of the former place.

On Monday evening by the Rev. Mr. Lyon, Mr. Joseph Putman, to Miss Melina Sears, all of this village.

NOTICE.

My wife Catharine has left my bed and board without reasonable provocation,—this is to forbid all persons harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting after this date.

ELIAS STREETER,
Chili, Nov. 20, 1832.

 

Nov. 24, 1832
Rochester Daily Afvertiser

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 22d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Mr. Samuel Drake, to Miss Harriet Covert.

 

Nov. 27, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

In Albany, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. Keese, the Hon. D. D. Barnard, of this village, to Miss Catharine, daughter of the late Dudley Walsh, Esq. of the former place.

In Burlington, (N. J.) on the 15th ult. by the Rev. Charles H. Wharton, D. D. the Rev. Chauncey Colton, of Washington City, late Rector of St. Paul's Church in this village, to Miss Ann, daughter of the late Wm. Coxe.

In this village, on the 22d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Mr. Samuel Drake, to Miss Harriet Covert.

In Fairport, on the 22d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Buck, Mr. Oren Follet, of Buffalo, to Miss Eliza G. Ward, of this village.

In Bergen, on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Mead, Mr. Josiah Pierson to Miss Elizabeth Wilcox.

In Bergen, on the 15th by the Rev. Mr. Pierson, Mr. Andrew Thompson to Miss Miriam Kelsey.

On the 14th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Penny, Rev. Joseph Myres, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Lockport, to Miss Harriet Hatch, of this place.

On the 19th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Lyon, Mr. Joseph Putman, to Miss Melina Sears, all of this village.

In East Bloomfield, on the 10th inst. Mr. Oliver W. Babcock, to Miss Margaret Anderson.

In West Bloomfield, on the 8th instant, Mr. Hiel Phelps, to Miss Malinda Thompson. On the same day, Mr. John Wheelock, to Miss Rhoda Plimpton, all of Bloomfield.

In Bristol, on the 4th inst. Mr. Augustus Park, of Bloomfield, to Miss Hannah A. Gooding, of the former place. On the 8th inst. Mr. Luther Gay, to Miss Almira Williams, both of Bloomfield.

In New York, on the 18th ult. Mr. Giles Ely, of Palmyra, to Miss Caroline A. Hoe, of the former place.

DIED.

In this village, on the 20th inst. Mr. Cyrus A. Batterson, aged 26 years.

In Carthage, on the 19th inst. Mr. Allen Pomeroy, aged 29 years.

 

Nov. 27, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Albany, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. Keese, the Hon. D. D. Barnard, of this village, to Miss Catharine, daughter of the late Dudley Walsh, Esq. of the former place.

In this place on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Penny, Rev. Joseph Myres, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Lockport, to Miss Harriet Hatch.

In this village, on the 22d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Mr. Samuel Drake, to Miss Harriet Covert.

In Bristol, Mr. Israel Bickford, of Bloomfield, to Miss Parmelia Keyes.

On Monday evening by the Rev. Mr. Lyon, Mr. Joseph Putman, to Miss Melina Sears, all of this village.

 

Nov. 28, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In New Boston, N. H. on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Bradford, Varnum Hadley, of Riga, N. Y. to Miss Mary H. Willson, of the former place.

DIED.

In this village, of the consumption on the 20th instant, Mrs. Amelia King, aged 36 years.

 

Nov. 29, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Fairport, on the 22d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Buck, Mr. Oren Follet, of Buffalo, to Miss Eliza G. Ward, of this village.

DIED.

In this village, of the consumption on the 20th instant, Mrs. Amelia S. King, aged 36 years.

 

Nov. 30, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At Boxford, Mass. the Rev. Abijah Blanchard, of Wethersfield, N. Y. to Miss Mehitable Gould, of Boxford.

Macedon, Mr. Albert H. White, of Albion, to Miss Lydia M. Porter.

 

Dec. 1, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Elba, Mr. Samuel E. Chapman, of Batavia, to Miss Harriet Barnes.

In Wales, Erie co., Mr. Leander Clifford, to Miss Hannah Aylworth.

In Sheldon, Mr. Daniel Hotchkiss, to Miss Rosannah Turner.

 

Dec. 3, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Clarkson, by the Rev. Charles E. Furman, Mr. Orville Green, to Miss Caroline Eggleston.

 

Dec. 4, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

INFORMATION WANTED.

Left his home in August, 1831, my boy JOHN BAXTER, 13 years old. The last I heard of him was in Troy, last spring; he had been on the Northern Canal, Comstock's line. He left the line and it is supposed he went to New York, since that I have heard nothing of him. Any person hearing of said boy, will please address a letter to JOHN BAXTER, Rochester, Monroe county.

pointing Editors of newspapers who will be so good as to insert this in their papers, will confer a great obligation on his parents.

MARRIED.

In New Boston, N. H. on the 4th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Bradford, Varnum Hadley, of Riga, N. Y. to Miss Mary H. Willson, of the former place.

pointing With the above we acknowledge the receipt of a handsome compliment.

In Haverhill, N. H., on the 21st ult. by Rev. Mr. Wood, Mr. Henry F. Evans, publisher of the Livingston Courier, Geneseo, to Miss Harriet Ladd, daugther of E. Ladd, Esq. of Haverhill.

In Seneca, on the 22d inst. by Rev. Mr. Phelps, Mr. Samuel Sigler, to Miss Thirza Baxter, of this village.—Geneva Gaz.

 

Dec. 4, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Haverhill, N. H., on the 21st ult. by Rev. Mr. Wood, Mr. Henry F. Evans, publisher of the Livingston Courier, Geneseo, to Miss Harriet Ladd, daugther of E. Ladd, Esq. of Haverhill.

At Brooksgrove, Liv. county, on the 25th ult., Mr. Milo H. Maltby, to Miss Jerusha Ann Marvin, daughter of Moses Marvin, Esq.

DIED.

At Utica, on 25th ult., Miss Harriet Rockwell, aged 25, daughter of Thomas Rockwell, Esq., Cashier of the Ontario Branch Bank. Miss Rockwell fell a victi, to a fever of about ten days continuance, which was first occasioned b incessant and devoted attendance upon the dying bed of her mother, who departed this life on the 7th ultimo.

pointing Mr. Wright, a Clergyman of color, from New York, will give an address to the People of Color of this village, at the Session Room of the 2d Presbyterian Church, this evening at half past 6 o'clock. All the colored people, both male and female, are invited to attend.

 

Dec. 4, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Fairport, Monroe county, on the 22d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Buck, Mr. Oren Follet, of Buffalo, to Miss Eliza G. Ward, of this village.

In New Boston, N. H. on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Bradford, Varnum Hadley, of Riga, N. Y. to Miss Mary H. Willson, of the former place.

In Haverhill, N. H., on the 21st ult. by Rev. Mr. Wood, Mr. Henry F. Evans, publisher of the Livingston Courier, Geneseo, to Miss Harriet Ladd, daugther of E. Ladd, Esq. of Haverhill.

At Brooksgrove, Liv. county, on the 25th ult., Mr. Milo H. Maltby, to Miss Jerusha Ann Marvin, daughter of Moses Marvin, Esq.

In Clarkson, by the Rev. Charles E. Furman, Mr. Orville Green, to Miss Caroline Eggleston.

In Elba, Mr. Samuel E. Chapman, of Batavia, to Miss Harriet Barnes.

In Wales, Erie co., Mr. Leander Clifford, to Miss Hannah Aylworth.

In Sheldon, Mr. Daniel Hotchkiss, to Miss Rosannah Turner.

At Boxford, Mass. the Rev. Abijah Blanchard, of Wethersfield, N. Y. to Miss Mehitable Gould, of Boxford.

Macedon, Mr. Albert H. White, of Albion, to Miss Lydia M. Porter.

DIED.

At Utica, on 25th ult., Miss Harriet Rockwell, aged 25, daughter of Thomas Rockwell, Esq., Cashier of the Ontario Branch Bank. Miss Rockwell fell a victim to a fever of about ten days continuance, which was first occasioned b incessant and devoted attendance upon the dying bed of her mother, who departed this life on the 7th ultimo.

In this village, of the consumption on the 20th instant, Mrs. Aurelia S. King, aged 36 years.

 

Dec. 5, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

On the 4th inst. of small pox, Edwina Jane, infant daughter of Edwin Scrantom, aged 10 weeks.

 

Dec. 8, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Shelby, Mr. Warren Robinson, to Miss Rozilla McCargy.

In Geneseo, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Hall Whiting. Mr. Elnathan Bronson, of Livnoa [sic.], to Miss Caroline Hanna.

DIED.

At Marshall Oneida county, on the 29th ult. Mrs. Mary S. Peck, aged 33 years, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Eastman, of York, Livingston co.

In Lockport, John Pound, an exemplary member of the Society of Friends, aged 53 years.

In New Fane, on the 24th ult. Mr. Nathaniel Pease, aged 41 years.

 

Dec. 11, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

INFORMATION WANTED.

Left his home in August, 1831, my boy JOHN BAXTER, 13 years old. The last I heard of him was in Troy, last spring; he had been on the Northern Canal, Comstock's line. He left the line and it is supposed he went to New York, since that I have heard nothing of him. Any person hearing of said boy, will please address a letter to JOHN BAXTER, Rochester, Monroe county.

pointing Editors of newspapers who will be so good as to insert this in their papers, will confer a great obligation on his parents.

MARRIED.

In Ogden, by Rev. A, Sedgwick, Mr. G. W. Woodbury, of the firm of Church & Woodbury, to Miss Francis Patterson, daughter of John P. Patterson, Esq. of the same place.

On Monday the 6th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Lyons, Capt. Elias Weed to Miss Mary Ann Waring, daughter of Mr. Isaac Waring.

On the 5th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Lyons, mr. Lyons, Mr. Heman S. Moore, of Penfield, to Miss Margaret S. McKibbin, of this village.

DIED.

On the 4th inst. of small pox, Edwina Jane, infant daughter of Edwin Scrantom, aged 10 weeks.

 

Dec. 11, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On the 5th inst. by the Rev. L. Lyons, mr. Lyons, Mr. Heman S. Moore, of Penfield, to Miss Margaret S. McKibbin, of this village.

On the 6th inst. by the Rev. L. Lyons, Capt. Elias Weed to Miss Mary Ann Waring, daughter of Mr. Isaac Waring.

DIED.

In this village, on the 6th instant, Mr. Chandler Cooley, of small pox, aged 22 years.

 

Dec. 11, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 5th inst. by the Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Heman S. Moore, of Penfield, to Miss Margaret S. McKibbin, of this village.

On the 6th inst. by the Rev. L. Lyons, Capt. Elias Weed to Miss Mary Ann Waring, daughter of Mr. Isaac Waring.

In Shelby, Mr. Warren Robinson, to Miss Rozilla McCargy.

In Geneseo, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Hall Whiting. Mr. Elnathan Bronson, of Livnoa [sic.], to Miss Caroline Hanna.

DIED.

On the 4th inst. of small pox, Edwina Jane, infant daughter of Edwin Scrantom, aged 10 weeks.

At Marshall Oneida county, on the 29th ult. Mrs. Mary S. Peck, aged 33 years, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Eastman, of York, Livingston co.

In Lockport, John Pound, an exemplary member of the Society of Friends, aged 53 years.

 

Dec. 12, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Brighton, by the Rev. Luke Lyons, of this village, Mr. Alfred Parsons, to Miss Cornelia M. Carrington, both of Brighton.

In Ogden, by Rev. A. Sedgwick, Mr. G. W. Woodbury, of the firm of Church & Woodbury, to Miss Francis Patterson, daughter of John P. Patterson, Esq. of the same place.

DIED.

In this village, on the 20th ult. Mr. Cyrus A. Batterson, aged 26 years.

In Carthage, on the 19th ult. Mr. Allen Pomeroy, aged 29 years.

 

Dec. 13, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On the 12th, by the Rev. O. C. Comstock, Mr. Hiram Brown, to Miss Harriet M. Griffin, all of this village.

 

Dec. 17, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At Ogden, on the evening of the 13th instant, by the Rev. G. G. Sill, of West Mendon, Mr. Charles F. Cutler, formerly of Guildhall, Vermont, to Miss Nancy Sophia, daughter of Deacon Diodate Lord, of the former place.

 

Dec. 18, 1832
Anti-Masonic Enquirer

MARRIED.

On the 12th, by the Elder O. C. Comstock, Mr. Hiram Brown, to Miss Harriet M. Griffin, all of this village.

On the 17th inst. at St. Luke's Church, in this village, by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Erasmus Darwin Smith, Esq., to Miss Janet Morrison Griffin, daughter of E. Griffin, Esq., all of this village.

At Ogden, on the 13th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Sill, of West Mendon, Mr. Charles F. Cutler, formerly of Guildhall, Vermont, to Miss Nancy Sophia Lord, daughter of Deacon Diodate Lord, of Ogden.

DIED.

In Brighton, on the 27th Nov., Mr. John Southworth, aged 90 years. Mr. Southworth was formerly a resident of Dutchess county, from whence he removed about four years ago. He was one of those patriots of the Revolution, who, having imbibed its principles in the hard school of experience, lived to bring them down through a long and useful life to this remote generation, illustrated by a fine application and practice. During the whole Revolutionary struggle, he hired at his own charge, two substitutes, and on many occasions gave his own personal services to repel the common enemy. Mr. Southworth was a professor of religion, we believe of the Baptist persuasion; and a devoted advocate of the Supremacy of the Laws, in the establishment of which his agency has been so extensive. Honored be the memory of the time-worn veteran.—[Communicated.

 

Dec. 18, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On the 17th inst. at St. Luke's Church, in this village, by the Rev. Henry J. Whitehouse, Erasmus Darwin Smith, Esq., to Miss Janet Morrison Griffin, daughter of E. Griffin, Esq., all of this village.

 

Dec. 18, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 17th inst. at St. Luke's Church, in this village, by the Rev. Henry J. Whitehouse, Erasmus Darwin Smith, Esq., to Miss Janet Morrison Griffin, daughter of E. Griffin, Esq., all of this village.

At Ogden, on the 13th instant, by the Rev. G. G. Sill, of West Mendon, Mr. Charles F. Cutler, formerly of Guildhall, Vermont, to Miss Nancy Sophia, daughter of Deacon Diodate Lord, of the former place-.

 

Dec. 20, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Zion Church, Palmyra, by the Rev. Mr. Hickox, Rev. Seth Davis, of Seneca Falls, to Miss Mary E. Thayer.

In Manchester, on the 6th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Osband, Mr. Evin Fitzgerald, to Miss Hepsebeth Cooper, both of Manchester.

In Shelby, Mr. Benjamin Thumb, to Miss Sally Drew.

In Bethany, Genesee co. on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Joseph Tayber, to Miss Anny Danforth, the Groom aged 84, the Bride 86, both of the Poor House.

 

Dec. 25, 1832
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Brighton, by the Rev. Luke Lyons, of this village, Mr. Alfred Parsons, to Miss Cornelia M. Carrington, both of Brighton.

In Ogden, by Rev. A. Sedgwick, Mr. G. W. Woodbury, of the firm of Church & Woodbury, to Miss Francis Patterson, daughter of John P. Patterson, Esq. of the same place.

On the 12th, by the Rev. O. C. Comstock, Mr. Hiram Brown, to Miss Harriet M. Griffin, all of this village.

In Zion Church, Palmyra, by the Rev. Mr. Hickox, Rev. Seth Davis, of Seneca Falls, to Miss Mary E. Thayer.

In Manchester, on the 6th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Osband, Mr. Evin Fitzgerald, to Miss Hepsebeth Cooper, both of Manchester.

In Shelby, Mr. Benjamin Thumb, to Miss Sally Drew.

In Bethany, Genesee co. on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Joseph Tayber, to Miss Anny Danforth, the Groom aged 84, the Bride 86, both of the Poor House.

DIED.

In this village, on the 20th ult. Mr. Cyrus A. Batterson, aged 26 years.

In Carthage, on the 19th ult. Mr. Allen Pomeroy, aged 29 years.

 

Dec. 29, 1832
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Canandaigua, Mr. J. B. Hayes, to Miss Sarah Antis.

In Lockport, on the 19th, by the Rev. Mr. Nevins, Mr. Chauncey Leonard, to Miss Eliza Hyatt, all of that place.

DIED.

Of consumption, in Manlius, on the 20th inst. Miss harriet Whitbeck, aged 24 years, daughter of Mrs. C. Fredinburgh, of this place.

During her residence here (nearly two years) her amiable deportment and christian example, was such as peculiarly to endear her to all her friends and acquaintances. While at Rochester in the year 1830, she became a hopeful subject of the renewed influence of the holy spirit, and openly espoused the cause of her Redeemer, by a profession which she has since evinced a desire to honor. While languishing under a distressing and protracted illness, which she bore with uncommon patience and resignation, she was uniformly able to testify of the value of the Christian's hope.

Her warnings and admonitions to her associates, to seek the Lord while in youth and health will long be remembered with emotions of interest. Death to her was disarmed of his terrors. — Her dust reposes with its native dust; but her spirit is joined, and we trust, with that holy assembly, and church triumphant, which surrounds the throne of God, in signing the praises of redeeming love.

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