Marriages and Deaths from Rochester Newspapers
Jan. 1, 1833 - June 30, 1833

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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 a microfilm covering Jan. 1 - May 30, 1833.
  2. 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. There are no known copies of this newspaper for the year 1833
  3. Anti-Masonic Inquirer (weekly) was published from Feb. 12, 1828 to Feb. 1834. The Rochester Public Library has a microfilm that covers the year 1833. Note also that for the early years of publication it was titled Anti-Masonic Enquirer.
  4. The Rochester Gem (semi-monthly) was published 1829 - 1843. The volume for 1833 is online from the Rochester Public Library.
  5. The National Republican was published from May or June 1831 to 1834. No existing copies are located in the Rochester area.
  6. The Liberal Advocate was published from July 3, 1832 to at least July 1834. No existing copies for 1833 are located in the Rochester area.
  7. Rochester Daily Democrat was published from Jan. 1833 - 1870. No copies for 1833 exist.

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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Jan. 1, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 25th instant, by Anson House, Esq., Mr. William M. Hawkins to Miss Ann Elizabeth Lewis.

At Perrinton, on the 19th inst. by J. D. Thompson, Esq., Mr. Calvin Knapp to Miss Malinda P. Woolsey.

DIED.

At Vernon, Oneida County, on the 18th Dec. 1832, George W. Graham, aged 22 years, brother of Doct. H. Graham, of Rochester.

 

Jan. 1, 1833
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Plymouth, Mich. on Sunday, the 18th of Nov., by J. D. Davis, Esq. Mr. H. B. Holbrook, merchant, to Miss Sarah Woodruff, formerly of Canandaigua, N. Y.

DIED.

In Parma, Nov. 25th, Mr. Jonathan Marsh, a soldier of the Revolution in his 77th year.

Printers in Mass and Vt. will confer a favor by inserting the above.

In Greece, Nov. 26th Esther Marsh, wife of Luther Marsh, aged 28.

Printers in Mich. are requested to insert the above.

 

Jan. 7, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Albion, by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, Mr. Urbin C. Thurston, to Miss Mary Wrisley. In the same place, by Rev. Elder Irons, Mr. Abel R. Torry, hardware merchant, to Miss Mary Eliza Seamans.

In New-Fane, Doct. Sanford Lockwood, to Miss Roxenna Smith. At the same place, Mr. Lysander W. Bibbett, to Miss Caroline Teed. Also, at the same place, Mr. Socrates Griswold, of that town, to Miss Lydia Ann Cudabach, of Wilson.

OBITUARY.

Died, recently at Batavia after a short illness, Thomas Simpson, better known as "Tom the Crier," and at Buffalo, as "whistling Tom." He was in the naval action on Lake Erie during the late War. He possessed a large fund of the wit and humor peculiar to the African race, together with most of the good qualities and some imperfections of his people. His talent for whistling was unrivaled. Our older citizens and visitors to the village, in the days of its most rapid growth, will remember "Tom the Crier," in his "ancient and honorable" uniform, mingling with the bustle of that period. Tom probably made as much noise in the world, as many men who have done more mischief.

EPITAPH.

Here rest the bones of "Tom the Crier"—

No more will gaping crowds admire

The flash of wit or humorous jest–

From whistling he is now at rest—

It may be said, he cried for years

And shed but few, if any, tears.

[Communicated]

 

Jan. 8, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this village, on Saturday morning, in St. Luke's church, by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Mr. Henry Polkinhorn, to Miss Elizabeth Keil.

In this village, on Wednesday morning last, by the Rev/ Mr. Birch, Mr. Daniel Whipple, to Miss Louiza Barnard.

DIED.

Drowned, on the 6th inst, in this village, William A., infant son of Erastus T. and Rebecca Smith, aged three years and four months.

The funeral will be attended at his dwelling, Fitzhugh street, this day at ten o'clock, A. M. Friends and acquaintances are affectionately invited to attend.

 

Jan. 9, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

ANOTHER PATRIOT GONE

Died, in Mendon, on the 1st inst of the numb palsy, John Collins, aged 73 years. In his death, a very large circle of connexions, and an extensive acquaintance, are left to morn his loss. In life, he was a pattern of mortality, piety and virtue.

His last sickness, which was extremely painful and severe, he bore with christian fortitude and patience, anxiously looking to the time of his departure to the bosom of his Saviour and his God, in whose promises he had confidently relied from his youth. In the war of the revolution, although young, he was one of the first to take up arms in the defence of his country, and his last days were greatly consoled by a small remuneration by his country for his patriotic services.

 

Jan. 10, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

On the 9th inst., of consumption, Jabez Vanderpool, aged 24 years, formerly of Newark, N. J.

hand His friends and acquaintances are invited to attend his funeral from the dwelling of E. D. Shelmire, Washington street, this afternoon at 1 o'clock.

 

Jan. 12, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

Last evening, after a lingering illness of upwards of four months, which she bore with the most exemplary fortitude, Bathsheba, wife of William Rathbun.

Friends and relatives of the family are requested to attend the funeral, at the residence of her husband, on the 13th inst. at 2 o'clock, P. M.

 

Jan. 15, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

At Hampton, Livinsgton co. on the 10th inst. by Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, Lieut. J. W. Swift, of the U. S. Navy, to Miss Iabella Fitzhugh, daughter of Col. Wm. Fitzhugh.

DIED.

On the 9th inst., of consumption, after a lingering illness of five years, Jabez Vanderpool, aged 24 years, formerly of Newark, N. J.

On the 11th inst., after a lingering illness of upwards of four months, which she bore with the most exemplary fortitude, Bathsheba, wife of William Rathburn, aged 34 years.

 

Jan. 15, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At Hampton, Livinsgton co. on the 10th inst. by Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, Lieut. J. W. Swift, of the U. S. Navy, to Miss Iabella Fitzhugh, daughter of Col. Wm. Fitzhugh.

In Lyons, Mr. Hiram G. Hotchkiss, merchant of Vienna, to Miss Mary W. Ashley, daughter of Doct. R. W. Ashley, of Lyons.

At Union Corners, Sparta, Mr. Joseph B. Reed, of Mount Morris, to Miss Mary Ann Picket.

In Canandaigua, Capt. Cornelius Rodney, of Geneva, to Deborah McCauley.

In Scottsburgh, Mr. Hira Sheldon, to Miss Mary S. Kerr.

In Grove, Allegany co. Mr. Giles Easterly, to Miss Mary C. Miel.

In Livonia, Mr. Thomas Aldridge, of Geneseo, to Miss Louisa C. Ripley.

In Geneseo, Robert C. McElheney, to Miss Brintha Orton.

DIED.

In this village, yesterday morning, Susannah Caldwell, aged 54 years, wife of John Caldwell, merchant.

hand The friends and acquaintances are requested to attend the funeral from their residence in State street, on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.

In Albion, on the 8th inst. Mrs. Huldah C. Potter, wife of Doct. S. N. Potter, aged 32 years.

 

Jan. 17, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

At Louisville, Ky. on the 22d ult. Maj. Nathaniel Allen, of Richmond, Ontario co. aged 51 years.

 

Jan. 18, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Batavia, Mr. Thomas A. Swift, to Miss Eliza Mattison, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Mattison.

In Attica, Mr. Emelus Cotton, to Miss Ann Brainard.

In Batavia, Mr. Charles T. Buxton, to Miss Mariett Belknap.

 

Jan. 22, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In Rush, on the 6th inst. by the Rev. Wm. Barnett, Mr. Philander Williams to Miss Electa Chapin, all of that town.

In Mendon, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. E. D. Andrews, Mr. Elijah Leland to Miss Julia Ann Sherwood.

In Mendon, on the 14th, by J. H. Rogers, Esq., Mr. Edward De Wolf, in the 68 year of his age, to Mrs. Joan Cheny, in the 60 year of her age.

In Florida, Montgomery co., on the 15th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Stevenson, Alexander Sheldon, Jun. Attorney at Law, of Mendon, Monroe co., to Miss Alice, daughter of Col. Samuel Jackson of the former place.

DIED.

In this village, on the 14th inst., Susannah Caldwell, aged 54 years, wife of John Caldwell, merchant.

 

Jan. 22, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Florida, Montgomery county, on the 15th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Stevenson, Alexander Sheldon, jr. attorney at law, of Mendon, Monroe co., to Miss Allice, daughter of Col. Samuel Jackson, of the former place.

In Walworth, Wayne co. on the 10th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Osburn, Doct. Pratt, of Palmyra, to Miss Mary Boynton, of the former place.

In Shelby, Dr. Wm. Holtizinger, to Miss Harriet Handy.

 

Jan. 23, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On the 17th inst., by the Rev. Luke Lyons, Mr. Alva Barritt, of Albion, to Miss Maria H. Fitch, of this village.

 

Jan. 26, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Gaines, of the small pox, Miss Julia Allen, aged about 20 years.

At Sandy Creek in the town of Muray on the 9th inst. Mrs. Polly Wood, consort of Elijah W. Wood, Esq. aged 39 years.

In Riga, on the 16th inst., Mrs. Charlotte M. Brewster, wife of Mr. Frederick W. Brewster, and daughter of the late Col. Leech of Lima, after a lingering illness, aged 25 years.

 

Jan. 26, 1833
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED. — In Greece, on the 14th inst. by Mr. Knapp, Mr. Jonathan Parish, to Mrs. Phebee Mitchell.

 

Jan. 29, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

On the 17th inst., by the Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Alva Barritt of Albion, to Miss Maria H. Fitch, of this village.

By the Rev. Robert Burch, on the 2d inst., Mr. Daniel Whipple, to Miss Louisa Barnard, both of this village.

On the 13th inst., by the same, Mr. John W. Palmer, to Mrs. Mary Culverson, both of Brockport.

On the 22d inst., by the same, Mr. James Stutson, to Miss Eliza Hunn, all of this village.

DIED.

In Gaines, of the small pox, Miss Julia Allen, aged about 20 years.

At Sandy Creek, in the town of Murray on the 9th inst. Mrs. Polly Wood, consort of Elijah W. Wood, Esq. aged 39 years.

In Riga, on the 16th inst., Mrs. Charlotte M. Brewster, wife of Mr. Frederick W. Brewster, and daughter of the late Col. Leech, of Lima, after a lingering illness, aged 25 years.

 

Jan. 30, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On Monday evening, by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Mr. Michael W. Byrne, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Miss Cynthia Crippen, of West Mendon.

 

Feb. 1, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this village on the 26th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Birch, Mr. Daniel Clague to Miss Sarah Morrison.

 

Feb. 2, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 30th ult., by William S. Bishop, Esq., Mr. Henry Stone, to Miss Maria Christolear.

In Smyrna, Chenango county, on the 22d ult. by the Rev. Mr. Childs, Gen. Theron Brown, of Wheatland, to Miss Ann Maria, daughter of Chester Hammond, Esq.

 

Feb. 5, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

At Smyrna, Chenango co., on the 22d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Childs, Gen. Theron Brown, of Wheatland, Monroe co. to Miss Ann Maria, daughter of Chester Hammond, of the former place.

DIED.

In this village, on the 31st ult. Mr. Jessse Jaques, formerly of Clarendon, aged 22 years.

On the 6th ult. Mr. Franklin S. Osler, a tailor by trade, lately of Chesnut Ridge, near Philadelphia, aged 31 years. hand Printers in Pensylvania are requested to copy this notice.

 

Feb. 5, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Rush, on the 6th ult., by the Rev. William Barrett, Mr. Philandrew Williams, to Miss Electa Chapin, both of that place.

DIED.

In Boston, Mr. George P. Smith, of this village, aged 33 years.

In New York, Harriet, infant daughter of Mr. Evan Griffith.

 

Feb. 7, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Penn Yan, on the 4th inst. the Rev. C. V. Adgate, aged 37 years.

At Havana, on the 1st ult. Mrs. Harriet, wife of Brimmer, Esq. of Boston, and daughter of James Wadsworth, Esq. of Geneseo, aged 28 years.

At Mobile, Alabama, Dec. 28, Mrs. Sarah Barlow, wife of Rev. William Barlow, formerly of Canandaigua.

In Canandaigua, on the 29th ult. Roswell Gay, Jr. aged 21 years.

 

Feb. 12, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In Caledonia, on the 19th Dec. by the Rev. Donald C. McLaren, Mr. William Watson, of Wheatland, to Miss Martha Guthrie, of Caledonia.

On the 27th of Dec. by the same, Mr. Archibald Armstrong, of Wheatland, to Miss Catharine McPherson, of Caledonia.

On the 3d of January, by the same, Mr. Donald McNaughton, of Wheatland, to Miss Jannet McKensie, of Caledonia.

On the 29th of January, by the same, Mr. Francis Hollenbeck, of Wheatland, to Miss Eliza McNaughton, of Caledonia.

DIED.

In this village, on the 9th inst. George Watson, infant son of George Byington.

Sweet babe! how short thy stay!

How soon thy journey's o'er!

Thy spirit's fled away.

To visit earth no more.

Thy spirit found a nearer road

Than thousands, to thy bless'd abode.

 

Feb. 13, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

CORONER'S INQUEST.

hand An Inquest was held in this village, on the 12th inst. on the body of a man supposed to be James Henry, one of the U. S. soldiers stationed in this place. It appears in evidence, that the deceased enlisted on the 8th day of November last, and was missing on the 25th of the same month. The supposition at the time was, that he had deserted. His body was accidentally discovered by one of the hands in E. S. Beach & Co's Flouring Mill, in the race under the mill, in a state of partial decomposition. It further appeared in evidence, that the deceased was a native of Bristol, Vermont, was about thirty years of age — had enlisted some two or three years ago — had deserted — and that he was a man of intemperate habits. He was drunk on the very evening he disappeared.

Verdict of the Jury, that the deceased came to his death by accidental drowning.

NATHANIEL HALL, Coroner.

Dated Rochester, Feb. 12, 1833.

 

Feb. 18, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In New York, on the 11th inst. by Rev. Mr. Parkinson, Mr. Johnson I. Robins, of Rochester to Miss Deborah Hitchcock of New York.

DIED.

In New York city on Tuesday the 12th inst. after a lingering illness, Mr. Seth Dwight Chapin, late of this village, aged 32 years and 10 months.

 

Feb. 19, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

CORONER'S INQUEST.

hand An Inquest was held in this village, on the 12th inst. on the body of a man supposed to be James Henry, one of the U. S. soldiers stationed in this place. It appears in evidence, that the deceased enlisted on the 8th day of November last, and was missing on the 25th of the same month. the supposition at the time was, that he had deserted. His body was accidentally discovered by one of the hands in E. S. Beach & Co's Flouring Mill, in the race under the mill, in a state of partial decomposition. It further appeared in evidence, that the deceased was a native of Bristol, Vermont, was about thirty years of age — had enlisted some two or three years ago — had deserted — and that he was a man of intemperate habits. He was drunk on the very evening he disappeared.

Verdict of the Jury, that the deceased came to his death by accidental drowning.

NATHANIEL HALL, Coroner.

Dated Rochester, Feb. 12, 1833.

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 31st Jan. 1833, Mr. Henry Stone, to Miss Maria Christalier.

In New York, on the 11th inst. by Rev. Mr. Parkinson, Mr. Johnson I. Robins, of Rochester, to Miss Deborah Hitchcock of New York.

DIED.

In Utica, on the 10th inst., Daniel Thomas, aged 54 years.

In New York city on Tuesday the 12th inst. after a lingering illness, Mr. Seth Dwight Chapin, late of this village, aged 32 years and 10 months.

 

Feb. 19, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In the jail of Ontario County, on the 14th inst. Mr. John Coon, to Miss Julia Ingraham. Mr. Coon had been confined since August last, for committing a rape and would probably have been convicted for the same offense, but a distinguished gentleman would not suffer either party to be so disgraced, and by a singular mode management altogether peculiar to himself, he affected a reconciliation and union which is hoped will be permanent and lasting and has given the Miss the opportunity to sing,

"O, Mr. Coon you did't come too soon."

 

Feb. 20, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On the 10th inst. by Theron Brown, Esq., Mr. H. H. Griffin, of Riga, to Miss Luryann M. Brown, of Wheatland.

In New York, on the 11th inst. by Rev. Mr. Parkinson, Mr. Johnson I. Robins, of Rochester, to Miss Deborah Hitchcock of New York.

At Centreville, on the 6th inst. by O. Fell, Esq., Mr. John Bates to Miss Laura Fox, both of the same place.

On the 29th ult. by the Rev. Mr. McLaren, Mr. Francis Hollenbeck, of Mumfordville, to Miss Eliza McNaughton, of Caledonia.

 

Feb. 21, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

On the 12th inst. in this village, Mrs. Rhoda Hall, wife of Mr. Benjamin Hall, aged 63 years.

hand Printers in New Haven, Ct., will please insert the above.

 

Feb. 22, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Albany on the 18th inst., Mrs. Sarah Knower, wife of Benj. Knower, esq. and mother-in-law of Gov. Marcy, in the 54th year of her age.

The suddenness of her death adds poignancy to the sorrows of all who knew this amiable woman. She was yesterday in her usual health, attended church in the morning, and was on her way to it in the evening when she fell in the street, and was taken up in a state of insensibility. Her condition was at first supposed to be the effects of her fall but her medical attendants are inclined to the opinion that her fall was occasioned by an apoplectic fit.

To those who had an intimate acquaintance with Mrs. Knower, nothing need be said to impress them with a due sense of her many excellent qualities. The good she has done has made a deeper impression upon the hearts of those who knew her, than language is able to convey. Her feelings were of the most benevolent kind, and her actions were in accordance with her feelings. Her charities unostentatious but extensive; their application was directly to the suffering and the needy. Her virtues were of a domestic character, but from her situation in life have shed their influence on a large circle of acquittances, and we think we cannot be mistaken, in saying that with one accord these acquaintances will bestow on her a panegyric that nothing short of much kindness of heart, and a large course of well-doing, could deserve, or receive. To her domestic circle this affliction is overwhelming. Nothing can be said to assuage their sorrows. They must submit and we trust they will do so with becoming resignation, to His will who bestowed the blessing, and whose right it is to withdraw it at the time, and in manners His good pleasure sees fit. — Alb. Eve. Jour.

Mrs. Knower was a sister of Mr. Richard Van Kleck, of this village.

MARRIED.

In the Methodist Chapel, at Batavia, on the 17th inst. by Rev. Mr. Nevins, of Lockport, Mr. Francis Nelson, of Lockport, to Miss Deborah Cotton, of Elba.

In Harpersfield, Ohio, on the 8th inst. by A. Turner, Esq., Mr. James E. Campbell, of Rush, N. Y. to Miss Almira Edmonds, of the former place.

At Auburn, 11th inst. by Rev. F. O'Donohue, Mr. John Bradley, of Rochester, to Misss Margaret, daughter of Mr. Hugh Ward, of Auburn.

At Dansville, by Rev. D. Eyster, Mr. Philip Hasler, to Miss Margaret Fentermacher, daughter of Mr. Solomon Fentermacher.

By Rev. Mr. Doud, Mr. Joseph Havens, of Sparta, to Miss Mary Keap, of Dansville.

 

Feb. 23, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Bethany, on the 17th inst. by Rev. Mr. Peck, Mr. L. Brown to Mrs. Milison Granger, all of Bethany.

 

Feb. 23, 1833
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In North Adams, Mass. on the 24th inst. by N. Putnam, Esq., Mr. Hiram Sibley, of West Mendon, N. Y. to Miss Elizabeth Tinker, daughter of the late Capt. Giles Tinker.

In Caledonia, on the 19th Dec. by the Rev. Donald C. McLaren, Mr. William Watson, of Wheatland, to Miss Martha Guthrie, of Caledonia.

On the 27th of Dec. by the same, Mr. Archibald Armstrong, of Wheatland, to Miss Catharine McPherson, of Caledonia.

On the 3d of January, by the same, Mr. Donald McNaughton, of Wheatland, to Miss Jannet McKensie, of Caledonia.

On the 29th of January, by the same, Mr. Francis Hollenbeck, of Wheatland, to Miss Eliza McNaughton, of Wheatland.

At Gainesville, by Rev. Jas. B. Wilcox, Doct. Comfort Hamilton, to Miss Amoretta Warriner.

'Tis sweet to find, that when we wed.

Some power above, does o'er us shed

An influence bland which makes us feel

That Hymen's bands are not of steel,

And sweeter still, to her who can,

In one short short week secure the man.

In whom at once, the healing skill

She finds, with virtues rarer still;

In whom all these do richly blend

Physician, husband, Comfort friend.

 

Feb. 25, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At Middleport, on the 10th inst. Mr. Thorndyke Stone to Miss Sardinia Lusk.

In Ludlowville, Tompkins co. on the 10th inst. Mr. Henry I. Safford, of Medina, to Miss Adaline Clark of the former place.

 

Feb. 28, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

On the 31st of January, 1833, by Brooks Mason, Esq., Mr. Ezra Crippen to Miss Neumey Bresee, all of Penfield.

On the 12th inst. by Rev. Jesse Townsend, Mr. Philo Durfee, of the firm of Clapp & Durfee, to Miss Mary White, daughter of Doct. James White, all of Palmyra.

In Macedon, on the 14th inst. by the Rev. J. D. Hart, Mr. Stephen Spear, of Michigan, to Miss Lucinda, daughter of the Rev R. Powell, of the former place.

DIED.

On the 12th inst. in this village, Mrs. Rhoda Hall, wife of Mr. Benjamin Hall, aged 63 years, after a long and tedious sickness of the dropsy.

In Jamestown, Chautaque county, on the 17th instant. Nathaniel Hawks, Esq. brother of Doct. John Hawks, of this village, in his 24th year.

In Albany, on the 17th instant, suddenly, Mrs. Knower, wife of Benjamin Knower, Esq.

 

Feb. 28, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

AFRICAN SCHOOL.

hand We have visited the African School, on Sophia street, Rochester, and are gratified in being able to state, that the management of the school, the apparent emulation among the scholars, the studies pursued by them, and their proficiency, particularly in writing, were beyond our anticipation. We should feel gratified in seeing out citizens step forward and sustain the school, as the parents of the children are unable to pay a teacher the whole year. Their present teacher is a man of color, and appears well qualified to manage the scholars as well as to impart the necessary instruction. The winter term has progressed about six weeks. Many of the current expenses the parents feel unable to meet.

Elihu F. Marshall, James W. Smith, Ex-Officio Trustees

Rochester, Feb. 25, 1833

MARRIED.

In Parma, by John F. Patterson, Esq., Mr. Harvey Leonard to Miss Hannah Clark, daughter of Ethan A. Clark, Esq.

DIED.

In Mendon, on the 23d inst. of apoplexy, Doct. William P. Richardson, aged 43.

 

March 2, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On the 28th ult. by the Rev. Luke Lyons, Mr. Calvin S. Gale, of this village, to Miss Harriet N. Blair, daughter of Mr. John Blair of Brighton.

DIED.

In Medina, on the 25th ult. Mr. William H. Buckley, aged 29 years.

 

March 4, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Brockport, by the Rev. Joel Byington, Mr. B. H. Cutler to Miss Esther Blair.

DIED.

At Victor, Mr. John Palmer, of Brockport, aged 44 years. Mr. P. left this place on the 11th inst. in his usual health, with the view of transacting business at Victor. Immediately on his arrival he was taken sick, and ten days from that on which he left this village, he was brought back a corpse — Brockport Free Press.

 

March 5, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

On the 28th ult. by the Rev. Luke Lyons, Mr. Calvin S. Gale, of this village, to Miss Harriet N. Blair of Brighton.

DIED.

In Macedon, on the 23d inst. of apoplexy. Doct. Wm. P. Richardson, aged 44. On the morning of the day of his death he was apparently in perfect health, but was suddenly seized with a violent pain in his head, which terminated his existence in about four hours.

In Medina, on the 25th ult. Mr. Wm. H. Buckley, aged 29 years.

In Lockport, on the 1st inst., Miss Nancy Kellogg, formerly of this village, aged 28 years.

 

March 6, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Rochester on the 5th inst. by William S. Bishop, Esq., Mr. George Hart, of Rush to Miss Clarinda Douglass, of [illegible].

By the Rev. R. Blakey on the 20th ult. in St. John's Church, Prescott, U. C., the Rev. Henry Patton, of Kemptville, to Miss Harriet A. Warner, formerly of Geneva.

 

March 8, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Phelps, Ontario co. on the 22d ult. Mrs. Elizabeth S. McNeil, aged 42 years, consort of the Hom. David McNeil of that place.

 

March 9, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 6th inst. by Rev. Luke Lyons, Mr. Orsamus Eaton to Miss Harriet Lindsley.

 

March 9, 1833
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Henrietta. on the 13th ult. by Rev. Mr. Knapp, Mr Asa Pride, of Pike, Allegany county, to Miss Abigail Gordon, of the former place.

 

March 11, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Brockport, on the 2d inst. Mr. E. Jones to Miss Sally Fitch.

In Gaines, Orleans co., Mr. Jonathan Seoby, of Clarkson to Miss Mary Ann Fanning, of the former place.

In Parma, Mr. Harvey Leonard to Miss Hannah Clark, daughter of Ethan A. Clark, Esq.

 

March 11, 1833
Anti-Massonic Inquirer

DIED.

In Riga, on the 2nd inst. Mrs. Martha, wife of Hezekiah Hebbard, in the 47th year of her age, in the triumphs of faith in the Redeemer, in whom she had long trusted. By her death her family have sustained an irrepairable loss, the church to which she belonged have been deprived of a valuable member, and the poor and afflicted one that has often relieved and comforted them. — [Communicated,]

Printers in Norwich, Connecticut, are request to notice the above.

 

March 12, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

Suddenly, yesterday morning, after an illness of a few hours, Mary Louisa, only daughter of Joel Wheeler, Esq. of the town of Gates, aged 16 years.

 

March 13, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Riga, on the 2nd inst. Mrs. Martha Hebbard, wife of Hezekiah Hebbard, in the 47th year of her age, in the triumphs of Faith in the Redeemer, in whom she had long trusted. By her death her family have sustained an irreparable loss, the church to which she belonged have been deprived of a valuable member, and the poor and afflicted one that has often relieved and comforted them.

hand Printers in Norwich, Connecticut, are requested to notice the above.

In Bergen, Genesee co. on the 13th December last, Henry D. Doolittle, in the 21st year of his age. late student of medicine with Drs. Beecher & Shaw of Knowlesville. The deceased was shot last September, on his return from a visit to his parents in Bergen, accidentally, by a man in the act of loading a gun, which went off and wounded him mortally in the side. He survived the wound three months, with excruciating pain, which he bore with Christian fortitude. All who knew him can bear witness that he possessed a brilliant imagination, sparking wit, and a solidity of judgment which but few attained in a long life of experience. His soul was the seat of benevolence, eloquence dwelt upon his tongue, his eye beamed with the fire of genius. His person was elegant; his manners simple, courteous and dignified. Generosity and inagnaminity had full possession of his heart. In the full possession of his senses, he met the king of terrors in a spirit of calmness and fortitude rarely equalled, never surpassed, looking to God for oblivion to his errors and repose, with full confidence in that Eternal Being for his future destiny. His parents and only brother are left to mourn and deplore his loss, while his body mingles with its native elements, and his spirit goes to God who gave it. [Communicated.]

 

March 14, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Bristol, Ontario co. 27th ult. Robert Hicks to Minerva Treat. 7th inst. Silas P. Thomas to Elvira Ashley.

In Canandaigua, 2d inst. Henry Sheffield to Eliza Adams. 7th inst. Alfred B. Field to Ann F. Beals, daughter of Thomas Beals, Esq.

DIED.

At Geneseo, on the 6th inst. Gen. William Wadsworth, one of the early settlers of that town.

In Canandaigua, 5th inst. suddenly, Jason Aldrich, aged 58 years.

 

March 15, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DEATH OF GEN. WADSWORTH.

Gen. William Wadsworth died at his residence, at Geneseo, Livingston County, on the 6th inst. Gen. W. was one of the pioneers by whose industry and enterprise, Western New York has been converted from a "waving forest" into Cities, Villages, Grottos and Gardens. He was a man of ardent temperament, warm affections and generous impulses. We regret that we cannot now avail ourself of such dat in relation to Gen. W's life, as would enable us to pay an appropriate tribute to the memory of a friend for whom we have cherished the highest regard.

It will be recollected that Gen. Wadsworth, whose division was called into service to protect the Frontier, volunteered to cross the Niagara, ascended the Heights of Queenstown in company with the Spartan Van Rensaselaer, and gallantly participated in the dangers and honors of that sanguinary conflict.

The following letter from a friend furnishes briefly, the particulars attending Gen. W's decease:—

"Geneseo, 7th March, 1833.

Our old friend Gen. Wadsworth has closed his earthly labors. His attack (which strange as it may seem considering his active habits, was of the Gout,) commenced about three weeks since, and was from the beginning the more alarming, from the disease not as usual seating itself, but continuing to change its position; it finally settled in his head, and although not exceedingly painful has conquered one of the most vigorous constitutions in the world." — Albany Eve. Jour.

 

March 18, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Gaines, by the Rev. Mr. Bates, Hon. Samuel Tappan, of Yates, to Miss Elizabeth Ostrander.

In Shelby, by the Rev. Mr. Savage, Maj. Artemas Allen, of Medina, to Miss Lucinda Gouldsbury, of the former place.

At Sandy Creek, Murray, on the 27th ult. Mr. Bradley B. Stearns, to Miss Sarah Hosington, both of Gaines.

In Warsaw, Mr. Frederick Mansfiekd, to Miss Miranda Noble.

In Buffalo, the Rev. G. W. Montgomery, to Miss Elizabeth Baker, daughter of Moses Baker, Esq. of this city.

 

March 19, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

On the 12th inst. by Elder O. C. Comstock, Mr. Alexander Martin, of this village, to Miss Eliza Ann Brown, of Homer.

DIED.

In Bergen, Genesee co. on the 13th December last, Henry D. Doolittle, in the 21st year of his age.

 

March 21, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On the 12th inst. by Elder O. C. Comstock, Mr. Alexander Martin, of this village, to Miss Eliza Ann Brown, of Homer.

DIED.

In Stafford, on the 12th inst. Mr. Simon Disbrow, an officer of the Revolution, aged 75 years.

In Darien on the 7th inst. Elizabeth Amanda, daughter of Col. J. Goodwill, aged two months.

 

March 23, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Canandaigua, on the 14th inst., Mr. Spencer Chapin, aged 48 years.

 

March 25, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Shelby, Orleans co., Archibald Servoss to Jane Burroughs.

In Sweden, Monroe co., George Woodford, of Marcellus, to Julia Ann Page.

In Conesus, Liv. co. Lewis Freeman to Eunice Taylor.

In Auburn, 12th inst. Samuel Lacy, of Chili, to widow Mary Ann Aiken.

In Farmington, at Friends' Meeting House, 28th ult. Otis Clapp of the firm of Clapp & Durfee, Palmyra, to Mary D. Ramsdell, daughet of Gideon Ramsdell, of Perinton.

In Palmyra, 13th inst. George A. Hathaway to Adaline Chase. Same day, Cullen Loud to Lucinda M. Bliss, both of Perinton.

In Macedon, 10th inst. Ephraim Davenport to Lodemy Eggleston.

DIED.

In Groveland, Liv. co. 12th inst. Mrs. Jane Leaming, wife of Deacon Leaming and daughter of Hon. James Rosebrugh, aged 39 years.

In Avon, 11th inst. suddenly, Elizabeth, wife of Col. Benjamin Pearson, aged 64 years.

In York, 16th inst. Anna, wife of Nathaniel Goddard, Esq. aged 39 years.

In Leiceter, 10th inst. Albert, son of Henry Wheelock, aged 10 years.

In Wyoming, Gen. co. 16th inst Catharine, wife of John B. Skinner, Esq. aged 25 years.

In Macedon, 7th inst. Mrs Eunice Capron, widow of the late Samuel Capron, at the advanced age of 90 years.

 

March 26, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 13th inst., by Elder O. C. Comstock, Mr. Wm. G. Parr to Miss Matilda Willett, both of this village.

In Shelby, Orleans co., Archibald Stevens to Jane Burroughs.

In Sweden, Monroe co., George Woodford, of Marcellus, to Julia Ann Page.

In Auburn, 12th inst. Samuel Lacey, of Chili, to widow Mary Ann Aiken.

In Palmyra, 13th inst. George A. Hathaway to Adaline Chase. Same day, Cullen Loud to Lucinda M. Bliss, both of Perinton.

DIED.

In Wyoming, Genesee co. 16th inst. Catharine, wife of John B. Skinner, Esq. aged 25 years.

In Macedon, 7th inst. Mrs Eunice Capron, widow of the late Samuel Capron, aged 90.

In Henrietta, on the 14th inst. Harriet, wife of Mr. Eli H. Chase, aged 22 years.

The night dew that steals though in silence it weeps,

Shall brighten with verdure the grave where she sleeps;

And the tear that we shed, though in secret it rolls,

Shall long keep her memory fresh in our souls.

 

March 27, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Chili, on the 12th inst., by Moses Sperry, Esq., Mr. Hiram Soiles, to Miss Almira Brown. On the 13th, Mr. Hamilin Deming, to Miss Sally Fields. On the 14th, Mr. Horace Scott, to Miss Amorilla Brown.

 

March 29, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 20th inst., Israel T. Hatch, Esq. of Buffalo, to Miss Lydia A. Powers, daughter of the late Gershom Powers, Esq. of Auburn.

At Meadville, Pa. on the 13th inst. Dr. Thomas H. Woodruff, of Batavia, to Miss Rachael B. Ellicott.

 

April 2, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Henrietta, on the 31st ult., by the Rev. H. Miner, Chandler Maltby, Jr. Esq. to Miss Lydia Barker, daughter of Isaiah G. Barker.

At York, on the 21st ult. by Rev. H. S. Welkins, Capt. G. W. Root, to Miss Eugenia Hurlburt.

In Penfield, on the 11th ult. by Rev. R. Andrews, Mr. John Hipp to Miss Alma Spencer, daughter of Elder Spencer, of Barry, Gen. co.

DIED.

In Louisville, Kentucky, on the 19th of March, Miss Dorothy Stevens, formerly of this village, and favorably known here as an ardent and devoted Christian.

At his residence in West Bloomfield, on the 21st of March, Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D. D., aged about 78 years. Dr. F. was for twenty-four years President of Williams College, at Williamstown, Mass.

 

April 3, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

Fatal Accident — We learn that Mr. Malcolm Campbell of Caledonia, while assisting at the raising of a barn on Tuesday last, was, by the falling of a bent, instantly killed. Mr. Campbell was about forty years of age, and a highly respectable citizen

MARRIED.

At Pittsford, on the 14th inst. by Ephraim Goss, Esq., Mr. Henry Mandeville of Avon, to Miss Melinda Gallup, of Brighton.

In Brighton, in November last, by Rev. W. C. Wisner, Mr. Thomas Dowdle, of Niagara District, U. C. to Miss Barbara Ackre, of Brighton.

In Mendon, on the 11th inst. Mr. Jasper Parish to Miss Lydia Crosset, of Geneseo.

 

April 4, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At Brockport, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Byington, Mr. James M. Fish, of this village, to Miss Harriet McIntyre of Brockport.

DIED.

In West Bloomfield, March 23d, Mr. Joseph Hill, aged 64 years.

In Livonia, on the 16th of November last, Rev. Jeremiah Stone, pastor of the Presbyterian church in that place, aged 36 years.

 

April 5, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On Thursday evening, by the Rev. W. C. Wisner, Mr. Wm. J. Hanford, formerly of Fairfield, Conn., to Miss Julia A. Cobb, of Brighton.

 

April 6, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Geneva, Hiram Reynolds, merchant, of Sodus, to Laura L., daughter of Dr. James Houghtelling.

In Seneca, Daniel Coleman to Esther, daughter of William Ansley.

DIED.

In this village, on the 3d inst. after a short illness, Harriet, wife of Tiffany Hunn, formerly of Windsor, Connecticut, aged 33 years.

In Batavia on the 20th ult. of the consumption, Hannah B. H. Town, daughter of Doctor Amos Town, aged 19 years.

In Geneva, after a short but painful illness, Mr. Moses H. Severance, of the firm of R. Robbins & Co. booksellers, formerly editor and proprietor of the Waterloo Observer.

 

April 6, 1833
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Scottsville, on the 8th ult. Mr. David Willson, of Penfield, to Miss Amy Miller, of Chili.

In Livonia, by the Rev. Mr. Allin, on the 16th Feb. Mr. Symus Risden, to Miss Betsey Ford. In the same place, on the 6th March, by the Rev. Mr. Jetsen, Mr. William Thurston, to Miss Abigail Hannahs, both of the same place.

In this village, on the 6th inst. by the Rev. Luke Lyons, Mr. Orsemus Eaton, to Miss Harriet Lindsley, both of this village.

DIED.

On the morning of the 15th of February last, at the house of her late father in Galway, N. Y. in the 25th year of her age, Mrs. Ruth Ann Goodrich, daughter of Mr. Ezra Kellogg, and consort of Mr. L. Goodrich, merchant of Scottsville, late of this village.

"All that's bright must fade;

The brightest, still the fleetest—"

 

April 8, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Riga, Jan. 27, Mr. Harmon Whipple, aged 32 years — and on the 1st of March, of consumption, Miss Mary Whipple, aged 26 years.

hand The obituary notices accompanying the above are too long for our columns

 

April 9, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In this village, on the 5th inst. Mrs. Electa Hudson, aged 31 years, consort of Charles Hudson, and daughter of John W. Brooks of Oneida county.

 

April 13, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At St. Paul's church, in this village, on the morning of the 10th inst., by the Rev. A. B. Hickox, Mr. William W. Howell, to Miss Isabella Neufus.

In Brighton, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. O. C. Comstock, Mr. Hiram Allen, to Miss Mary Ann Motley, all of this village.

At Batavia, Chauncey Staples, Esq. of Sweden, to Miss Elizabeth Warner, daughter of Deacon Samuel Warner.

 

April 16, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

On Thursday evening, by the Rev. W. C. Wisner, Mr. Wm. J. Handford, formerly of Fairfield co., Conn., to Miss Julia A. Cobb, of Brighton.

In Brighton, on the 12th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Heath, Mr. John H. Lounsbury to Miss Anah Mines, all of that place.

At Brockport, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Byington, Mr. James M. Fish, of this village, to Miss Harriet McIntyre of Brockport.

In Buffalo, by the Rev. Jonas Dodge, Rev. Asahel N. Fillmore, of the Genesee Conference, to Miss Lydia A. Webster, of the former place.

In Batavia, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Charles Fitch, Chauncey Staples, Esq. of Sweden, to Miss Betsey Warner, of Batavia.

DIED.

In this village, on the 5th inst. Mrs. Electa Hudson, aged 31 years, consort of Charles Hudson, and daughter of John W. Brooks of Oneida county.

At his residence in West Bloomfield, on the 21st of March, Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D. D., aged about 78 years. Dr. F. was for twenty-four years President of Williams College, at Williamstown, Mass.

In this village, on the 3d inst. after a short illness, Harriet, wife of Tiffany Hunn, formerly of Windsor, Connecticut, aged 33 years.

In Geneva, after a short but painful illness, Mr. Moses H. Severance, of the firm of R. Robins & Co. booksellers, formerly editor and proprietor of the Waterloo Observer.

 

April 17, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Le Roy, Mr. John M'Greggor, to Miss Anna Willis.

In Covington, Mr. Enos Newman, merchant, of Pavilion, to Miss Theresa Phelps.

In Byron, Mr. Lovinus Dibble to Miss Nancy Miller.

DIED.

In this village, on the 13th inst., Jane, eldest daughter of Rev. H. B. Pierpont, aged 18 years.

In Le Roy, on the 6th inst., Emery W. Ward, son of Capt. Ward, aged 17 years.

In Avon, on the 31st ult., Mr. Henry Blodgett, aged 42 years.

 

April 18, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Wheatland, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Mary Hempstead, aged 86 years — had 14 children, 87 grand children, and 140 great-grand-children

hand Printers in Utica and New York are requested to notice this death.

 

April 19, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In St. Mark's Church, Le Roy, on the 7th inst. by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Henry E. Rochester, Esq. to Miss Jane Hart, daughter of the late Roswell Hart—both of this village.

On the 18th inst. by the Rev. S. Fillmore, Mr. John W. Disbro to Miss Eliza H., daughter od Silas Ball, Esq., of this village.

Wanted Immediately.

An active WHITE MAN, as head Table Waiter in a Hotel. One that can come well recommended, can hear of a permanent place and liberal wages, by applying at this office.

 

April 20, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At Hinsdale, Columbia county, on the 10th inst. Mr. Wm. H. Seymour, of the firm of Seymour & Ganson, merchants, of Brockport, to Miss Nancy Pixley, of the former place.

In Dansville, Mr. George Hyland to Mrs. Sarah Sholl. Also, Mr. Eliphalet Osburn to Miss Charlotte Hess.

DIED.

In this village, on the 19th inst., Mrs. Macnamara, wife of Patrick John Macnamara. The friends of P. J. M. are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his residence, corner of Buffalo and Sophia streets, on Sunday, at 2 p. m.

In Gaines, on the 13th inst., a son of the Rev. Mr. Bates, aged about five years.

 

April 23, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In this village, on Monday morning, by Rev. Luke Lyon, Mr. Harry BUSH, merchant, to Miss Abigail NORTON, of Rochester.

hand We received with the above notice a liberal allowance of wedding fare, with the compliments of the parties; for which they will accept our best wishes, and, agreeable to a good old custom, their names are put in our best CAPITALS.

On the 7th inst. in St. Mark's Church, Le Roy, by the Rev. F. H. Cuming, Henry E. Rochester, Esq. to Miss Jane Hart, daughter of the late Roswell Hart, Esq., all of Rochester.

DIED.

In Stafford, Gen. co. Mr. Simon Disbrow, an officer of the revolution, aged 75 years.

 

April 23, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this village yesterday morning by Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. Henry Bush, merchant, to Miss Abigail Norton, both of this village.

 

April 24, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In this village, on Tuesday morning, of consumption, Miss Elizabeth Wilcox only child of Mr. Aaron Wilcox, in the 21st year of age.

hand The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral at 2 o'clock this afternoon, at St. Luke's Church.

 

April 27, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

If Mr. James Allen is in the vicinity of Rochester, he is requested to call at this office immediately, as the subscriber has some very important intelligence to communicate — V. R. COOK.

Any person knowing the residence of Mr. Allen, is requested to give intelligence as above.

MARRIED.

In Holley, on the 16th inst., by Rev. Mr. Hulbert. Mr. David Sturges, merchant, of Clarendon, to Miss Ann Marsh, of the former place.

In Clarkson, by Rev. C. E. Furman, Major Henry L. Smith to Miss Juliet Rowell, daughter of the late Dr. Nathaniel Rowell.

In Bergen, by Rev. Mr. Piersons, Mr. William Marsellus, hatter, to Miss Clarissa Miller, both of Brockport.

In Gaines, John Proctor, Esq. of that town, to Mrs. Betsey Philips of Salina.

DIED.

In Albion, Robert Emmet, son of Mr. Sheldon Hopkins, aged 9 years.

In Ridgeway on the 15th inst., Mr. Seymour Murdock, aged 68 years. Mr. Murdock was emphatically the pioneer of a new country — being as we learn, the first man who settled in the town of Ridgeway.

 

May 3, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

Suddenly, in Mendon, Monroe co., on the 23d ult., Mrs. Polly Angevine, wife of Moses Angevine in the 54th year of her age.

Printers in Essex co., N. Y., and in Vermont, will confer a favor by inserting the above.

 

May 4, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

Information Wanted.

I am desirous to know where a tin pedlar calling himself Spencer Shephard, may be brought to justice. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by Otis HUBBARD.

hand One or two journeymen Tin Plate Workers wanted as above. None but good workmen need apply.

 

May 4, 1833
The Rochester Gem

DIED.

In this village, on the 23d ult. of consumption, Miss Elizabeth Wilcox, in the 21st year of age, only child of Mr. Aaron Wilcox.

MARRIED.

In Henrietta, on the 30th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Miner, Chandler Maltby, Jr. Esq. to Miss Lydia Barker, daughter of Dr. Josiah G. Barker, all of the same place. [Communicated.]

 

May 7, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

DIED.

In Riga, Monroe county, on the 1st day of May, Polly, wife of Dea. Abel Hubbard.

In Mendon, Monroe county, on the 23d ult., Polly, wife of Moses Angevine in the 54th year of her age. hand Printers in Essex county, and in Vermont, will please copy the above.

In Palmyra, on the 21st of April, Mrs. Hannah Rogers, wife of Maj. Wm. Rogers, aged 51 yrs.

 

May 7, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Riga, on the 1st inst. Polly, wife of Deacon Abel Hubbard.

In Brighton, on the 5th ult. John Lancasle.

 

May 8, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this village, on the morning of the 7th inst. by Rev. Mr. Wisner, Mr. H. B. Sherman, merchant, of this village, to Miss Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin Campbell.

 

May 11, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Trinity Church, Geneva, Mr. Horatio N. Stafford, of Lyons, to Frances Ann, daughter of Col. Wm. Tippetts.

In Palmyra, Morgan L. Schermerhorn, Esq. of Hammondsport, to Miss Elizabeth Colt.

In Gaines, Erastrs [sic.] Woodworth to Huldah D. Beach.

DIED.

In Palmyra, 4th inst. Mrs. Sally Thayer, 47, wife of Amasa Thayer, former of that place.

At Barre Center, Mrs. Sophia Skinner, 37, wife of Stephen S. Skinner. In the morning she was in health — at night a corpse!

 

May 13, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

At Pompey, by Rev. James Selkrig, on the 5th inst. Mr. Jeremiah Selkrig, Jr. of Rochester, to Miss Mary Ann Sprague, of the former place.

 

May 14, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

On the 7th inst. by Rev. Wm. Wisner, Mr. H. B. Sherman, merchant, to Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Benj, Campbell, all of this village.

On the 28th ult. by the Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. B. Dwinell to Miss Eliza C. Farrick.

At Pompey, by Rev. James Selkrig, on the 5th inst. Mr. Jeremiah Selkrig, jr. of Rochester, to Miss Mary Ann Sprague, of the former place.

In Bergen, on Monday April 22d, by the Rev. Mr. Pierson, Mr. Wm. Marcellus to Miss Clarissa Miller, both of Brockport.

In Perinton, on the 24th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Johnson, Rev. Moses Ordway to Mrs. Lucy Bristol.

In Palmyra, on the 6th inst. by the Rev. B. H. Hicox, M. L. Schermerhorn, Esq. of Hammondsport, Steuben co. to Miss Elizabeth Colt, of the former place.

In Geneva, Mr. Horatio N. Stafford, of Lyons, to Frances Ann, daughter of Wm. Tippets.

DIED.

At Barre Center, Mrs. Sophia Skinner, 37, wife of Stephen S. Skinner. In the morning she was in health — at night a corpse.

In Palmyra, 4th inst. Mrs. Sally Thayer, aged 47.

In Sparta, 2d inst Miss Margaret McNair aged 22.

 

May 14, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Trinity church, (New Haven, Conn.,) on the 29th April last, by Rev. Dr. Croswell, James F. Babcock Esq. Editor the Palladium and Advocate at that place, and formerly of this village, to Miss Catharine Mills of that city.

 

May 17, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Batavia, 7th inst. by Rev. Mr. Smith, Mr. Taylor G. Goodell, of Attica, to Miss Lucy Ann Backus, of Alexander.

 

May 20, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this village, on Saturday morning last, by the Rev. Mr. Burch, Mr. John Harris, of Cleveland, Ohio, to Miss Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. S. P. Allcott, of this village.

In Canandaigua, by Rev. A. D. Eddy, Levi Lewis, of Monroe, M. T. to Elsie Ketchum. By Rev. P. E. Brown, John A. Lindsley to Eliza M. Jackson.

 

May 21, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In this village on the 17th inst. by the Rev. Robert Burch, Mr. John Harris, to Miss Elizabeth Alcott.

In Canandaigua, by Rev. A. D. Eddy, Levi Lewis, of Monroe, M. T. to Elsie Ketchum. By Rev. P. E. Brown, John A. Lindsley, to Eliza M. Jackson.

In Batavia, 7th inst. by Rev. Mr. Smith, Mr. Taylor G. Goodell, of Attica, to Miss Lucy Ann Backus, of Alexander.

On the evening of the 15th inst. by the Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, Theodore B. Hamilton, Esq., to Miss Maria Gibbs, daughter of Doct. O. E. Gibbs, all of this village.

 

May 21, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Medina, by Rev. E. Savage, Mr. Chandler Farnham to Miss Susan Geer.

In Aurora 13th inst. Mr. Joel Harris, of Rochester, to Miss Polly Westcott.

At Cazenovia, Nathan T. Williams, cashier of Madison co, Bank, to Margaret L., daughter of Mr. John Williams.

 

May 22, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

One more Revolutionary Soldier gone. — Died, on the 16th inst., at Penfield, Mr. William Owen, a soldier of the Revolution, aged 70. He enlisted in the American army at the age of 17, and was in most of the battles which were fought during that sanguinary conflict which resulted in our emancipation from British oppression. He retained the patriotic ardor under the influence of which he periled his life in the service of his country, till the day of his death. According to his request, he was buried with military honors.

"He with a courage of unshaken root,

In honor's field advanced his firm foot,

Plants it upon the line that Justice draws,

And would prevail or perish in her cause.

'Tis to the virtues of such men, man owes

his portion in the good that heaven bestows.

The man that is not mov'd with what he reads,

That takes not fire at his heroic deeds,

Unworthy of the blessings of the brave,

Is base in kind, and born to be a slave."

[Communicated.]

MARRIED.

In this village, 15th inst. by Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, Theodore B. Hamilton, Esq., to Miss Maria Gibbs, daughter of Doct. O. E. Gibbs.

Ranaway

From the subscriber, about 3 weeks since, on the 27th April, Barney Croghan, an indentured apprentice at the business of Coach Blacksmithing, aged about 15 years. I will give a liberal reward for his apprehension and return to my service, by any person or persons, or for said boy to be lodged in any jail in the United States, and giving me notice of the same. And this is further to forbid any man, any person or persons, against harboring, trusting or employing my said apprentice, Barney Croghan, under penalty of law. I will pay no debts of his contracting. — George W. Hanford, Coach Maker.

N. B. All orders for every description of Pleasure Carriages, and repairing and painting of Carriages, thankfully received and promptly executed. Also, Silver and Brass Plaiting done in the best style; also, every description of Carriage trimmings for sale by Witbeck & Hanforrd, At the old stand of Cuyler & Hanford, No. 103 State st., Rochester.

 

May 24, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

On the 14th inst., of consumption, in the 39th year of her age, Roxana, widow of the late Col. Benjamin Bowen, deceased, of Chili, Monroe co.

 

May 27, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In New York, on the 20th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Butler, of Troy, Samuel Miller, Esq. of Rochester, to Miss Mary Ann Douglass, of Troy.

On the 20th inst. Mr. Samuel A. Hastings, merchant, of Hammondsport, to Miss Catharine M. Meech, daughter of Horace Meech, Esq.

In Greece, on Thursday the 23d inst. by Elder Goodnough, Mr. Niles Kenne to Miss Ruth Rowe.

DIED.

In Clarkson, on the 19th inst. Mr. Valentine W. Rathbun, aged 45 years.

 

May 28, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In Medina, Ohio, on the 9th inst. by Rev. Stephen Barnes, Mr. George Willson, of the former place, to Miss Rachel Chadwick, formerly of this place,

In Troy, on the 20th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Butler, Samuel Miller, Esq., of this place, to Miss Mary Ann Douglass, of the former place.

DIED.

On the 14th inst. of consumption, in the 30th year of her age, Roxana, widow of the late Col. Benjamin Bowen, deceased, of Chili, Monroe co.

 

May 28, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

Yesterday morning, by the Rev. Mr. Riddle, of Winchester, (Va.) Mr. Freeman Clarke, of Albion, to Miss Henrietta J., daughter of L. Ward, Jr. Esq. of this village.

 

May 29, 1833
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

At Bergen, Genesee co., on the 27th inst. Miss Almira L. Ward, aged 22 years, daughter of Deacon John Ward.

 

June 4, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

At Clarkson Corners, May 23d, Thomas Hart Hyatt, editor of the Brockport Free Press, to Miss E. Margaret Walbridge, only daughter of Silas Walbridge.

In Owasco, Cayuga co. by Rev. B. H. Hickox, of Rochester, Wm. H. Cuyler, of Palmyra, to Miss Eliza Akin.

In Westminster, Vt. Doctor D. Hoyt, of Palmyra, to Miss Judia May.

In Canandaigua, by Rev. R. Kearney, Mr. Horatio G. Woolcott, to Miss Julia A. Pierce.

On the 22d inst. Mr. Nathan Peterson, to Miss Betsey Ann Hoyt, both of Brockway.

In Rochester, on the 28th ult. by Rev. Mr. Riddle, Mr. Freeman Clarke, of Albion, to Miss Henrietta J. youngest daughter of Doct.. Levi Ward, Jr. of this place.

DIED.

In this village on the 31st ultimo after a lingering illness, Mr. John Meeker, aged 38 years formerly of Vermont.

In Brockport, on the 21st ult. Mrs. Cornelia Burroughs, wife of Daniel Burroughs, Jr. aged 23.

At Penn Yan, on the 23d ult., Mrs. Sabra Waterman, wife of Dr. Daniel Waterman, aged 48 years.

 

June 11, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In East Bloomfield, on the 14th ult. by Orson Benjamin. Esq., Mr. John H. Hall, to Miss Sybil Sheldon, all of that town.

On the 16th ult. by the same, Mr. Teunis D. Henion, to Miss Elizabeth Coy, both of Canandaigua.

In Zion Church, Palmyra, by Rev. J. Pound, Theron R. Strong, Att'y and Counsellor at Law and editor of the Wayne Sentinel, to Miss Abby L. Hart, daughter of Hon. Truman Hart.

In Geneseo, Mr. Joan F. Wyman, merchant, to Miss Caroline Metcalf.

In York, Mr. Seth Ballard to Miss Eliza M. Desha.

At Lewiston, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Davis, Mr. John Copeland, of this village, to Miss Mary Ann Fairman, of Lewiston.

In Auburn, on the 3d inst., by the Rev. J. C. Rudd, D. D., Mr. P. H. Perry, Merchant, of the firm of Munger & Perry, to Miss Jane V. Dill.

DIED.

In Geneseo, on the 2d inst., Martha, youngest daughter of Mr. Harlow Beach, aged 9 years.

 

June 18, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In Albion, on the evening of the 10th inst. by Rev. Mr. Rogers of Medina, Mr. Charles N. St. Clair, of the former place, to Miss Elmina B., daughter of Joel Turrell, Esq. of Pleasant Valley, Dutchess co.

In this village, on the 12th inst. by Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Mr. Silas H. Frink, to Miss Sophronia Wilson.

In Sodus, on the 5th inst. Mr. Shubel N. Baker, of Lyons, to Miss Catharine Ann Mandeville, of Sodus.

DIED.

In Bath, on the 30th ult. Mrs. Elizabeth Dudley, aged 40 years.

In Auburn, on the 8th inst. Mr. Noble D. Strong, in the 45th year of his age.

Mr. Strong has manifested for a number of years, a warm desire to be useful in the world, and he has been engaged in various ways, in seeking the good firmness of purpose. An in whatever enterprise he has embarked, he has evinced more solicitude to know what was duty, than what would contribute to his earthly advantage.

In Lyons, on the 2d inst. Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Baker, consort of Mr. Albert J. Hovey, aged about 20 years.

 

June 26, 1833
Anti-Masonic Inquirer

MARRIED.

In this village, on Wednesday evening last, by Rev. B. H. Hickox, Major John Williams, of Marengo, Calhoun co., Michigan Territory, to Caroline, eldest daughter of Warham Whitney, Esq., of this village.

In Lyons, on the 16th inst. by Hugh Jameson, Esq., Mr. Stephen Merrit, of the town of Tyre, Seneca co., to Miss Deborah Van Dyke, of the former place.

In Massilon, Ohio, on the 30th ult. by Rev. Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Arvine Wales, to Mrs. Nancy Shepherson, of Palmyra, N. Y.

In Waterville, Oneida co. on the 6th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Garrison, Horatio N. Loomis, M. D. of Palmyra, to Mrs. Mary Ann Mott, daughter of Col. John Williams of the former place.

On the 18th inst. at East Bloomfield, by Rev. Mr. Hill, Jonas M. Wheeler, Esq. Sheriff of Ontario co. to Miss Ann Melvina Kimball.

At Hopewell, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Pierpont, Mr. Solomon Wheeler, of Bloomfield, to Miss Orpha Spears, of Canandaigua.

In New York, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Hawley, D. S. Jones, Esq., to Miss Mary, eldest daughter of the late Gov. Clinton.

DIED.

In Canandaigua, on the 16th inst. Mrs. Laura Brewer, consort of Alonzo Brewer, Esq. in the 34th year of age.

At China, Genesee co. on the 5th inst. the Rev. Wm. Lyman, in his 69th year.

In Le Roy, on the Thursday last, of consumption, Mrs. Betsey, consort of Mr. Henry Tuttle, aged 37 years.

In Le Roy, on the 18th inst. Mr. Josiah Tuttle, aged 71 years.

In this village, on the 23d inst., Mary Elizabeth Weston, daughter of Asa Weston, aged 17 years and 9 months.

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