Marriages and Deaths from Rochester Newspapers
July 1, 1834 - Dec. 31, 1834

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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. There are no issues for June 1 to Sept. 21, 1834. Rochester Public Library has a microfilm for the last few months of 1834.
  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 1834.
  3. Monroe Democrat (weekly) was published from Feb. 1834 to 1857. There are no known existing copies of this newspaper.
  4. The Rochester Gem (semi-monthly) was published 1829 - 1843. The Rochester Public Library has a bound volume from 1834.
  5. Rochester Daily Democrat was published from Jan. 1833 - 1870. Rochester Public Library has a microfilm for the latter half of 1834.
  6. The Rights of Man (semi-weekly, anti-slavery) was published in 1834. It does not contain any vital records. All existing copies are available online from the Rochester Public Library.

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 1, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 20th inst. by F. Smith, Esq., Mr. John Colvin, Jr. of Macedon, to Miss Rachel Smith, of Marion; also previously, by the same, Mr. John Devine, to Miss Sarah Barnes, both of Palmyra; also on the 23d inst. by the same, Mr. Alexander Finley, to Miss Lydia Ann Chilson, both of Palmyra.

DIED.

In Palmyra, on the 17th inst. Mrs. Permilla Durfee, wife of William D., aged 28 years.

 

July 3, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

On Wednesday morning, at 8 o'clock, Dorothy, wife of Mr. Clarendon Morse, bookseller, aged 22 years, of consumption. She wasted slowly away, and in her last moments manifested great composure and peace of mind. Her faith in God the Redeemer, conquered the fear of death; she wished ger friends not to weep for her, but to rejoice that the hour of her release was come; and affectionately admonished them to "make ready to follow her. The dying speak not to deceive, but they speak the words of truth and soberness; and happy are they who take warning. Young, blooming and lovely, she fell in life's gay morn, but not without hope. He, then, is wise who thinks of death and prepares to meet it.

"Receive what cheer you may,

The night is long that never finds a day."

pointing The funeral will be attended from her late residence in Sophia st., This Morning, at 10 o'clock. The members of the First Presbyterian Church, to which she belonged, and her friends and acquaintance generally, are invited to attend. [Com.]

 

July 7, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Henrietta, on the 4th inst. by Elder Howe, Mr. Oren Ashley, to Miss Maranda Braddock, all of that place.

In West Whitfield, by Eld. Putnam, Mr. Horace Buel, of Columbia, Herkimer county, to Miss Rachel Peck, of Leroy, Genesee county

 

July 8, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 5th inst. by William S. Bishop, Esq., Mr. James Wallace, of Caledonia, to Miss Keith, of the same place.

In Albion, on the 26th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, Mr. Silas P. Halsey, to Miss Betsey Jenks.

In Gaines, on the same day, by Rev. Mr. Metcalf, Mr. Roswell Crawford, to Miss Asenath Green, both of that town.

DIED.

In Murray, on the 26th ult. Mrs. Lydia Thayer, wife of Artemus Thayer, aged 64 years.

In Le Roy, on the 29th ult. Thomas Ferrin, aged 32 years.

 

July 9, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Henrietta, on the 4th inst. by Eld. Howe, Mr. Orrin Maltby, to Miss Maranda, daughter of Joseph Bradish, Esq. of that place.

 

July 10, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Buffalo, on the 2d inst. after a short illness, the Hon. Samuel Russel. Post-Master in that City, and late Judge of Erie county, aged 74 years.

 

July 19, 1834
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Byron, by the Rev. R. Tomlinson, H. H. Carpenter, Esq. merchant of Le Roy, to Miss Julia Childs, of the former place.

in Le Roy, on the 3d inst by the Rev. Mr. Willcox, Mr. Charles Hill, to Miss Julia Ann Willcox, daughter of Benjamin Willcox, Esq.

In Pultneyville, on the 7th inst. by Rev. Mr. Hurlbert, Mr. Horatio N. Throop, to Miss Mary F. Ledyard, daughter of Samuel Ledyard, Esq. all of Pultneyville.

In Henrietta, on the 4th inst. by Eld. Howe, Mr. Orrin Maltby, to Miss Maranda, daughter of Joseph Bradish, Esq. of that place.

In Canandaigua, on the 3d inst. by J. Chipman, Esq., Mr. Thomas Hollister, to Miss Almira Manchester, both of Genoa, Cayuga Co.

DIED.

In Ithaca, on the 7th inst. Henry A. Wisner, youngest son of Rev. Wm. Wisner, of this city, aged 10 years.

 

July 21, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Dorinda Parmerly, wife of Arpha Parmerly, in the twenty-fourth year of her age.

 

July 22, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 28th ilt. by the Rev. Mr. Strong, Mr. Orange B. Prentiss to Miss Eliza W. Jones, both of this city/

In East Bloomfield, on the 14th inst. by the Rev. J. Steele, Mr. Alanson T. Drake, of Le Roy, to Miss Laura Adeline Millard.

 

July 23, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Starkey on the 10th inst. by the Rev. M. Pratt, Mr. Abraham Sleeper, to Miss Sarah Ann Taylor, all of that place.

Not strange indeed, a taylor's life,

Should not be exchanged for that of wife,

But curious 'tis, an active maid,

Should take to sleeping, as a trade.—

 

July 24, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Geneva, on Thursday, July 17th, in the 25th year of her age, Mr. Jonathan Hudson, a worthy member and local minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

 

July 26, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

ONE AN A HALF CENTS REWARD.

RAN AWAY from the subscriber on Tuesday, the 22d inst., an indented Apprentice, named Richard Heffernon. Said boy is of Irish parentage, about 18 years of age, and has sandy hair. He was taken by me under forbidding circumstances, being both ignorant, dirty and ragged, and was comfortably clothed up and received into my family and employ, with the hope of making him a good workman and a useful citizen. He has proved recreant to my interest and unworthy of confidence, having feigned himself sick when in perfect health; not only ran me in debt for clothing, for himself, but secured a supply for his father also. Having no fixed principles, his temper, disposition and other qualities were in perfect character with his honesty. The public are hereby warned against harboring or trusting said boy on my account, as I will pay no debts of his contracting from this date. —— James S. Walker

MARRIED.

On the 20th inst. by A. Hyde Cole, Esq., Mr. Jarvis Kimball, to Miss Abigal Nichols, both of Gaines.

In Lyons, on the 18th inst. by Hugh Jameson, Esq., Mr. Samuel Miller, of the village of Lodi, Cattaraugus county, to Miss Lucy Green, of Clyde, Wayne county.

DIED.

In this city, on the 25th inst., Deborah Ann, wife of Mr. Lewis Selye, after a protracted illness. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord."

pointing The funeral will be attended at St. Luke's Church, of which she was a member, at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The friends are invited to assemble at her late residence, on Mill street, at half past 3 precisely.

At his residence, in Cheneyville, Louisiana, on the 13th ult., after a very short sickness, Mr. Joel Coz, formerly of Auburn, Cayuga county. He had written three days before his death to a brother, "all well," and that he was to start in a few days for New York — but he has gone to a happier and better country. How true it is that "in the midst of life we are in death." The loss to his wife and friends will be very great.

In West Bloomfield, on the 21st inst., Mrs. Alice Shephard, member of the Baptist church, aged 60 years.

On the 12th inst. at his residence, in Avon, Col. Samuel Blakeslee, aged 75 years.

Col. B. is one of the departed Patriots of the Revolution. His martial career did not cease with the establishment of the Nation's Independence. When war blazed in her later years along the frontiers, Col. B. then in advanced life, eager to defend his country, with solicitation, accepted the command of a regiment, which, at Black Rock, led on by their gallant and beloved leader, distinguished itself for valor, by withstanding the foe, amidst retreating friends. The deed and his name shines on the page of his country's history.

As a citizen, Col. B.'s character was irreproachable, and he possessed the highest esteem of all that knew him. As a christian, he eminent, and the church of which he was an officer, deeply feels the sad stroke inflicted on her by the Ruler of all Events. — Geneseo Register.

DEATH OF MR. ORRINGH STONE, JR..

Messrs. Shepard & Strong:

Gent. – As notice has been given to the public, that my son, Orringh Stone, Jr. was lost from the steamboat Michigan in Lake Erie, in May last, I deem it a duty which I owe to the public to make the following statement:

In about 3 weeks after he was missing from the boat, his body drifted ashore near Chagrin, Ohio, where he was examined and decently interred. His money and papers were all supposed to be found; so that it is now confidently believed that his death was occasioned by accident, and not by violence, as was at first supposed. — Orringh Stone, Brighton, July 25, 1834.

 

July 29, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 20th inst. by John Armstrong, Esq. of Pittsford, Thomas Day, of Mendon, to Dorothy Smart, of the former place.

 

Ju;y 30, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In the city of New York, on the 26th inst., Julia Norton, infant daughter of Walter S. Griffith, of this city, aged 11 months.

 

Aug. 8, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On Wednesday morning, by the Rev. Dr. Comstock, Mr. John Sheather, of Seneca Falls, to Miss Melinda Millard, of this city.

 

Aug. 9, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Galt, (Upper Canada,) on the 1st inst. of the cholera, Mr. Alonzo Bliss, aged 31 years, formerly of Buffalo, son of Mr. Thomas Bliss and brother of Mr. Wm. C. H. Bliss of this city. pointing In that little place forty had died of the same disease within the week ending on the 5th.

In Canandaigua, James Thomas, aged about 67 years. He was one of the first settlers in this part of the country. At the same place, Joanna, wife of Mr. Whipple, aged 24 years.

 

Aug. 13, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Clarkson, July 23d, by Elder Hannibal, Mr. Daniel Donakin, of Brockport, to Miss Eliza Ann Cook, of Clarkson.

In Palmyra, on the 6th inst. by Rev. Jesse Townsend, Mr. Levi Thayer, to Miss Susan Wescott, all of that village.

In Manchester, on the 5th inst. by Mr. Staunton, Mr. Eugen L. Morgan, of Palmyra, to Miss Dorotha Armington, of Manchester.

At Seneca Falls, on the 7th, Mr. John G. Woren, to Miss Lois P. Howland.

 

Aug. 14, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 13th inst. Mrs. Letitia, wife of Mr. Charles Hendrix, and daughter of Abraham Cherry, aged 32 years, of consumption. She departed rejoicing in a crucified and risen Savior.

pointing Funeral this morning, at 10 o'clock, at the house of Mr. H.

At Geneva on the 5th inst. very suddenly, Mr. Samuel Colt, of New York, formerly of Geneva.

Drowned, on Saturday the 9th inst. in the Canandaigua Lake, Mr. Lazarus Botsford, aged 26, of the town of Gorham. The body was not found, though a diligent search was made, until the Monday following, near sun down, when Coroner Royce was called to had an inquest. Verdict of the jury, "came to his death casually and accidentally by drowning, when bathing in the Canandaigua Lake, and not otherwise." — [Ontario

 

Aug. 15, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Canandaigua, last week, Mr. James Thomas, aged 67, one of the early settlers. [Repository.}

 

Aug. 16, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Batavia, on the 2d of August 1834 by C. M. Russell, Esq., Mr. Mason H. Hawkins, to Miss Elvira Fisk of Stafford.

In Waterloo, on the 30th ult. Mr. Peter Smith, of Waterloo, to Miss Elizabeth Badgley, of Pleasant Valley.

On the 3d inst. Mr. Aaron R. Wheeler, of Waterloo, to Miss Sarah W. Stevenson of Tyre.

In Canandaigua, on the 4th inst. Mr. David S. Whitney, to Miss Hannah Patridge.

At Wyoming, Genesee co. on the 27th ult. by Elder Elliot, Mr. George W. Warren, of Geneseo, to Miss Betsey E. Cook, of the former place.

DIED.

Yesterday morning, August 16th, Theodore, infant son of Wm. Pitkin, aged one year.

Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend the funeral from his residence in Brighton, at 11 o'clock this Monday.

On Wednesday evening last, Mr. Thomas Jameson, in the 36th year of his age, and a native of Ireland. He died regretted by a numerous circle of friends to whom his many virtues had endeared him.

At Mount Morris, Livingston County on the 10th inst., Collins, the eldest son of Zana Hamilton, of Aurora, in his 21st year.

At York, on the 11th inst. of bilious cholic, Enoch Weller, in the 64th year of his age, formerly of Pittfield, Mass.

At Pembroke, on the 2d inst. Col. Jesse Safford, a soldier of the Revolution, in the 80th year of his age.

In Le Roy, on the 15th of July, of a lingering consumption, Ezra Keney, aged 16 years.

 

Aug. 27, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 22d, Mr. Horace Farkwell, aged 32 years — formerly from the state of New Hampshire.

pointing Editors in N. H. are requested to notice the above.

In this city, on the 25th, of scarlet fever, Maria Antoinette, daughter of E. A. Miller aged four years.

 

Aug. 28, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Elba, on the 17th inst. by Rev. Mr. Parker, Mr. Isaac Tinkham to Miss Maria Higley, of Elba.

DIED.

On the 20th inst., Mrs. Martha Rich, widow of Col. Calvin Rich, late of Batavia, aged 67 years, after a lingering and severe illness, which she bore with Christian patience and resignation.

In the city of Toronto, U. C., on the 15th of cholera. Matilda, wife of Henry Ellis, and eldest daughter of Mr. David Clindinning, of this city in the 23d year of her age.

In Fayette, Seneca Co., on the 7th August inst. Mrs. Elizabeth Orwan, relict of Mr. John Orwan and mother of Maj. Charles Orwan of Elmira, aged 99 years, 1 month and 13 days.

In Canandaigua last Saturday, Miss Louisa Saltonstall, aged about 28, daughter of the late Dudley S. — Same day, Roger Sherman, aged 17 months, son of O. Phelps, Esq. — On Monday, a child of Mr. H. Axtell.

In Phelps, on the 14th inst Deacon Jesse Warner, aged 86, a soldier of the revolution and one of the Pioneers of the West. — On the 18th, William M. Gregg, aged 20, son of Wirling G.

At Jerusalem, Rev. Benj. Judd, aged 79.

At the Seneca Reservation, on the 20th, Destroy Town, aged 58, a Chief of the Six Nations, of the Christian Party.

In Detroit, on the 17th, Mrs. Lucretia Woolsey, daughter of Daniel Goodwin, Esq. of Geneva.

 

Aug. 29, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 28th inst. of Cholera, (case previously reported) Mr. James Hunter, aged 46. Mr. H. had recently returned from Buffalo.

At Erie, Pa. on the 17th, of Cholera, Mr. I. Baldwin Thomson, formerly of Geneseo, aged 22 years.

In this city, on the 24th inst. of an affection of the lungs, Mr. Thomas Brown, printer, from Glasgow, (Scotland,) but more recently from Prescott, (Upper Canada).

 

Aug. 30, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Buffalo, on the 27th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Martin, Mr. Mortimer F. Johnson late of this city, to Miss Louisa Wilkeson, daughter of Samuel Wilkeson, Esq., all of that city.

DIED.

In Auburn, 17th inst. Mr. Levi Tooker, aged 74. On the 13th Doct. Lee Curtis, of Sennett, aged 30.

In Genoa, Cayuga co. 14th inst. Rebecca Milliken, widow of James Milliken, Esq. aged 64.

In Onondaga, 13th inst. after a long illness of consumption, Mr. Moses H. Kimbell, aged 26, formerly a resident of Rochester.

 

Aug. 30, 1834
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 20th inst. by Rev. John E. Cole, Mr. Philander Leonard,formerly of Auburn. to Miss Emily P. Bliss, daughter of Mr. Thomas Bliss.

In Waldoborough, Maine, on the 5th Inst., Mr. Samuel D. Porter, bookseller of this city, to Susan Farley.

In Groveland, Livingston county, on the 21st inst. by Rev. Mr. Goodrich, Levi A. Ward, Esq. of this city, to Miss Harriet Kemp, of the former place.

At Cayuga, August 21st, by Rev. Henry Snyder, Rev. Alanson C. Hall, of this city, to Miss Frances A. Willard, of the former place.

At Brighton, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. Titus, Coan, Mr. Martin E. Taylor, to Miss Jennet A. Mudge, both of that place.

In this city, on the 13d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Bolles, Mr. William Paterson, to Miss Betsey Jarcoa.

DIED.

On the 11th inst., in the city of Hudson, Dr. John Talman, aged 73 years, father of J. T. Talman, Esq. of this city. The deceased had been in the practice of medicine in that city, 50 years.

In this city, on Wednesday last, of an abscess on the lungs, Mr. Thomas Brown, printer, a native of Glasgow, Scotland, and recently from Prescott, U. C.

In this city, on the 21st inst., of consumption, Mr. John Lyon, aged about 40.

On the 22d, of disease of the lungs, Mr. Horace Farewell, aged 45.

 

Sept. 1, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Stafford, on the 23d, Mr. George Bixby, aged 62.

In Warsaw, on the 18th, Mehitable T. Knight, aged 20.

In Niagara, on the 26th, of cholera, Mr. Moses Wollerton, carpenter, formerly of Westchester, Pa.

Suddenly, on his passage from Buffalo to Detroit, last week, Mr. Lorenzo Spear, of Mich. Ter., formerly of Macedon, Wayne county.

At Lewiston, on the 24th, Mr. Salmon Hathaway of Palmyra.

In Niagara, on the 26th, of consumption, Mrs. Chapin, wife of Theodore H. Chapin, Esq. of that village.

 

Sept. 2, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At the residence of her son in this city, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Marcia Lincoln, consort of Ebenezer Lincoln, and daughter of Wm. Maples, of Montville, Conn., in the 63d year of her age.

pointing Papers in Connecticut will please notice the above.

 

Sept. 3, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Henrietta, on the 28th ult., by Eld. H. Miner, Mr. Sereno Stone to Miss Laura Phillips, all of that place.

DIED.

In this city, on the 1st, of cholera, John Henry, aged 7½ years. Also, on the same day, of summer complaint, Amanda, aged 2 years,—children of John Lewis.

pointing Printers in Utica and Troy, and Columbus, Ohio, will please copy the above.

 

Sept. 4, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. Wm. Wisner, Mr. Richard Van Houten to Miss Edith Kellum, all of this city.

 

Sept. 5, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 3rd inst. at the Friends Meeting House in Jay st., Rochester, Percy Burne to Melissa Edgeworth, both of this city.

 

Sept. 6, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Auburn, on the 1st instant, by Hon. J. L. Richardson, Mr. George Thomas, of Williamson, Wayne county, to Mary Cock, of the former place.

In Scipio, August 26th, by Allen Thomas, Esq., Mr. Francis Garrett, a Revolutionary soldier, aged 73, to Widow Easterly, aged 63, after a tedious courtship of one day.

In Auburn, on the 28th, Mr. Calvin Curtiss to Miss Mary Hewlett, both of that place.

DIED.

In this city, on the 5th inst. after an illness of 11 days, Mr. Horace Dyer, aged 27 years.

At Sandusky City, Ohio, on the 21st ult., of an old complaint, Mr. John E. Percival, Druggist, of the firm of Percival & Van Fossen, aged 22 years—formerly of Geneseo.

At Seneca Falls, on the 25th, Mrs. Jeremiah Brewer, aged 52. — On the 1st, after a very long illness, Mr. Joseph Bigelow, aged about 22. Also, at the same place, on the 28th, Mr. George Powell, of Milton, Vt.

In Carlton, Orleans co. N.Y. on the 11th ult. Mr. John Follett, brother of Oran Follet, Esq. formerly of Buffalo.

 

Sept. 11, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Toronto, U. C., on the 25th ult. of Cholera, Mr. Warren Howard, aged 47, brother and Agent to E. C. Howard, Nursery and Seedman, Lyons, Wayne co. N. Y. The deceased was on a tour of collection through Canada, and was taken ill at the tavern of B. Conklin at the river Credit, from whence he removed to this city. While at the Credit he was robbed of upwards of $500 by the person who attended him. The thief, (by name Robert Brown) attempted to make his escape, but was apprehended about 7 miles from the Credit, when he confessed that he robbed Mr. H., and on searching him part of the money to the amount of 96 dollars was taken from him and was accordingly committed to prison to await his trial. — Toronto Pat.

 

Sept. 12, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At Lower Sandusky, Ohio, on the 12th of August, of the Cholera, Joseph Marsh, aged about 60 years, lately a resident of this city, and formerly of Westmoreland, N. H. On the 23d, of the Cholera, Susannah Marsh, his wife, aged about 54 years. Mrs. M. was sister to Samuel Works, of this city.

In this city, on the 9th inst. of cholera, Mr. Abraham Brooks, Combmaker, aged 25 years.

pointing Printers in Troy and Albany are requested to copy the above.

In this city, yesterday of cholera, Mr. Robert Nesbitt, Tailor, of the firm of Preston & Nesbitt, aged 25 years.

On the 8th inst. of cholera, William, aged about 8 years, and on the same day, Mary Ann, both children of Wm. S. Gardiner.

On the 9th inst. of Cholera, Mr. Mosis Cochrane.

 

Sept. 13, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Albany, on the 6th inst., Mr. Danial V. Gates, of the firm of Pease & Gates of this city.

At Monroe, M. T., on the 2d, of cholera, Mr. Joseph B. Stuart, formerly of Scipio, Cayuga county, N. Y. On the same day, Mr. Hiram B. Hopkins, merchant, formerly of Lockport, N.Y.

 

Sept. 13, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On Thursday evening last by Rev. Wm. Wisner, Mr. Alexander Burr and Miss Julia D. Pratt, daughter of Harry Pratt, all of this city.

 

Sept. 15, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 7th inst. Mrs. Phebe McCain, formerly of Geneva, aged 53 years.

pointing Editors in Ontario county, and in Detroit, Mich. will please insert the above.

 

Sept. 20, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Elmira, on the 28th August, by Rev. Mr. Coats, Mr. James H. Sears, of Geneseo, to Miss Harriet A., daughter of Doct. Rulandus Bancroft, of the former place.

In Geneseo, on the 14th inst. by Elder Hall Whiting, Mr. Orson Beebee, to Miss Mersha A. Ferris, both of Avon.

In Avon, on the 1st inst. by the same, Mr. Joseph Lewis, of Caledonia, to Miss Hannah Boardman, of the former place.

In Perry, on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Blakeley, Mr. J. Moffit, merchant, to Miss Almira Brainard, both of that place.

In Castile, on the 14th inst., by J. S. Landon, Esq., Mr. Daniel Curtis, of Perry, to Miss Sybel Chattuck, of Gainesville.

In Perry, on the 3d ult. by the Rev. S. Philips. Mr. Elias Reed to Miss Esther Donalson, all of the above place.

In Elba, on the 13th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Fister, Mr. John Wilson to Miss Amanda Benedict.

DIED.

In Batavia, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Nancy Rann, aged 25 years.

In Covington, on the 16th ult., Benjamin Vaill, Esq. aged about 28 years.

In Millville, on the 5th inst., after a short illness, Miss Lovina Linsley, daughter of Horace Linsley, Esq., aged 19 years.

At Seneca Falls, on the 10th inst., Peter Day, Esq., after a short illness, in the 75th year of his age. Mr. Day was one of the first and most intrepid settlers of old Romulus, Seneca county—to which place he emigrated from New Jersey, in the year 1802.

 

Sept. 23, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

Joseph Anderson.

pointing The undersigned, a brother of a man of the above name, from the town of Corydon, McKean county, Pennsylvania, wants information of the said Joseph. If he is in this city and should see this advertisement, he will find me until 4 o'clock this afternoon at the Ontario House. —— James A, Anderson.

MARRIED.

At Riga on Wednesday the third of Sept., by the Rev. Titus Coan, Mr. Robert C. Clark, Merchant of Royalton, Niagara Co., to Miss Mary Adams, daughter of Mr. Thomas Adams of the former place.

 

Sept. 23, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Brighton, on the 19th inst. John W. Carr, son of John Carr of that plave, aged 1 year.

 

Sept. 24, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertisert

DIED.

At Little Falls, on the 12th instant, Capt. Edward Fabrique, of Rochester, aged about 36 years.

 

Sept. 24, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 23d inst. Adelbert N., son of Morgan and Louisa Olmsted, aged 2 years 2 mo.

 

Sept. 25, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

On the 18th Sept. at Ogden, in this county, suddenly, Joseph Collier, in the 82d year of his age. In the death of Mr. Collier, [illegible] record the departure of another of those patriots whose valor achieved our independence. At the commencement of the war of the revolution, he enlisted and continued to serve as a soldier until the sovereignty of the United States was acknowledged by the British government. He was at the battles of Saratoga and Brandywine, as well as several other of the engagements which together conspired to crown with success the American arms. Thus they are veterans of the Revolution, dropping off one by one, yet like the golden leaves of autumn they are rich in their decay.— Their deeds shine in the annals of their country and their names are hallowed in the remembrance of a grateful people.

 

Sept. 26, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 24th inst. by Sidney Smith, Esq., Mr. Bela Cooper, of Farmington, to Miss Anna Cady, of this city.

 

Sept. 27, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Ogden on the 18th inst. suddenly, Joseph Collier, a revolutionary patriot, aged about 82.

 

Sept. 29, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Uxbridge, Mass. on the 15th inst. Frederick W. Paterson, of this city, to Louisa, eldest daughter of Besaliel Taft, Esq. of the former place.

 

Sept. 29, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Uxbridge, Massachusetts on the 15th inst. Mr. Frederick W. Paterson, of this city, to Louisa, eldest daughter of Besaliel Taft, Esq. of the former place.

In Clarkson, on the 18th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Furman, Henry R. Selden, Esq. to Laura Ann, daughter of Abel Baldwin, Esq.

DIED.

In Akron, Ohio, Mr. Russell Ensworth, aged 46 years—formerly of this city.

pointing Editors in the eastern part of Conn. will please insert this.

In Pendleton, Niagara county, on the 18th inst. of intermittent fever, Mr. Edwin B. Dutton, of Ogden, Monroe county, aged 23.

 

Sept. 30, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Clarkson, on the 25th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Furman, Henry R. Selden, Esq. to Laura Ann, daughter of Abel Baldwin, Esq.

In Riga, on Thursday evening last by the Rev. Mr. Childs, Mr. Hiram Shepard, to Miss Cynthia Ide, all of that place.

In Pittsford, on the 28th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Richardson, Eber Stone, to Miss Eliza Cook, of Williamson.

DIED.

In this city, on the 23d Sept. of consumption, after a painful and distressing illness of 16 weeks, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Delia, daughter of T. F. Hutchinson, formerly of Vermont.

Suicide. — We learn that Mr. Hiram Collins, aged about 60 years, an inhanitant of Penn Yan, in this State, put a period to his life by hanging himself in a grove near West Troy, yesterday afternoon. He was at West Troy on a visit, became intoxicated, lost his money, and in a fit of desperation went out and hanged himself. He was supposed to be in good pecuniary circumstances, and has left a large family. — Troy Whig.

 

Sept. 30, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Riga, on the 25th, by the Rev. Mr. Childs, Mr. Hiram Shepard to Miss Cynthia Ide, all of Riga.

In Pittsford, on the 28th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Richardson, Mr. Eber Stone, to Miss Eliza Cook, of Williamson, Wayne county.

In Oswego, on the 18th inst. Mr. William E. Burtch, to Miss Caroline M. Calley, both of that place.

She was in truth as sweet a bride

As ere in Hyman's knot was tied;

'Tis passing strange, a scene in church

Could change this rose-bud into "Burtch."

 

Oct. 1, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In this city, on the 23d Sept. of consumption, after a painful and distressing illness of 16 weeks, which she bore with Christian fortitude, Delia, daughter of T. F. Hutchinson, formerly of Vermont, aged 18 years.

 

Oct. 6, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Perry village, Genesee co. on the 20th Sept. by the Rev. A. S. Gridley, Mr. Joseph M. Faulkner, merchant, to Miss Eliza P. Willard, daughter of Antonio Willard, Esq., all of that place.

[illegible] on the 11th ult., by the Rev. Oliver [illegible] to Miss Harriet Francis, of the former place.

In Riga, on the 25th, by Rev. Mr. Childs, Mr. Hiram Shepard to Miss Cynthia Ide, all of Riga.

 

Oct. 6, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At York, on the 17th ult. Mr. Newton Wolcott, Merchant, of a lingering consumption, aged 33 years.

 

Oct. 8, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On Sunday, October 5th, by the Rev. Elder Silsby, Mr. George Morgan, of Rush, to Miss Maria Dusenberry, of Chili.

DIED.

In Shaftsbury, Vt. on Wednesday the 1st inst. the Hon. Jonas Galusha, * aged 83 years. Mr. Galusha was for many years Governor of this State, a member of the Council for nearly twenty years, Judge of the Supreme Court, and Sheriff; all of which he filled with honor to himself and the State. He was a firm and unwavering Democrat of the Jefferson school—honest and upright in all his actions. He was a veteran of the Revolution, and was in the Battle of Bennington. — Bennington Gazette.

* Father of Rev. Elon Calusha, of this city.

 

Oct. 9, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In this city on the evening of the 8th inst. Mrs. Julia W. M'Chain, eldest daughter of Rev. Wm. Wisner, in the 24th year of her age.

pointing Funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the house of Mr. Wisner.

 

Oct. 9, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the evening of the 8th inst. Mrs. Julia W. McChain, eldest daughter of Rev. William Wisner, in the 24th year of her age.

pointing Funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the house of Mr. Wisner.

 

Oct. 10, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Victor, on the 6th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Kay, Mr. Richard D. Howell, of this city, to Miss Maria Gully, daughter of A. Gully, of the former place.

 

Oct. 11, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Brockport on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Chase, Mr. Daniel D. Sinclair of Albion, to Miss Elizabeth Hyde, of the former place.

 

Oct. 11, 1834
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Angelica, on the 23d ult. by Rev. W. May, Mr. Smith Davis, to Miss Prudence N. Wright—both of that place.

 

Oct. 13, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Bath, Steuben co., on the 21st Sept., Mr. John Dudley to Mrs. Eliza Ann Adams.

 

Oct. 14, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Brighton, on the 12th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Richeson, Mr. A. C. Wheeler, of this city, to Miss Mary Colt, of the former place.

At Bushnell's Baisin, on the 12th inst., by Rev. Wm. Howe, Mr. Oliver French to Miss Harriet Stimpson.

DIED.

At Livonia, Livingston county, on Wednesday, October 10th, of scarlet fever, after an illness of only 6 days, Henry Clay, youngest son of Dr. E. French, in the 10th year of his age.

 

Oct. 15, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

A Boy Lost!

The parents of a lad about 10 years of age, named Daniel McCormick, are distressed from the apprehension that the said boy is lost. He has been missed since the 13th inst. His dress was a dark roundabout, light trousers and a chip hat. Any information communicated to Mr. De Vire, St. Paul street, in this city, will be thankfully received and gratefully acknowledged.

 

Oct. 15, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on 12th inst., in the full exercise of Christian faith, James W., son of James Ballard, aged about 11 years.

 

Oct. 17, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this city on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hickox, Mr. Calvin Lyman of this city, to Miss Mary Ann, daughter of John Robbins, Esq. of Hartford, Conn.

In this city on Thursday the 16th inst. by Rev. Dr. Comstock, Mr. Isaac Oatout, to Miss Charlotte A. Ballard, all of this city.

 

Oct. 18, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this city on the 16th, by the Rev. Mr. Hickox, Mr. Robert K. Loathridge to Miss Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. Timothy Stedman.

An Apprentice Wanted.

Wanted at the Gem Office, a Boy, 14 or 15 years old, as an apprentice to the printing business.

 

Oct. 18, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hickox, Mr. Calvin Lyman of this city, to Miss Mary Ann, daughter of John Robbins, Esq. of Hartford, Conn.

In this city, on the 16th inst. by Rev. Dr. Comstock, Mr. Isaac Oatout, to Miss Charlotte A. Ballard, all of this city.

 

Oct. 20, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

On the 9th inst. by the Rev. Lyons, Mr. William Shepard, to Miss Eliza Ann, daughter of Mr. Wm. F. Watson, all of this place.

At Pittsford, on the 15th inst. by Ephraim Goss, Esq., Col. Robert H. Gordon, of Henrietta, to Miss Mary H. Tompkins, of the same place.

 

Oct. 20, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on the 15th inst. by Ephraim Goss, Esq., Col. Robert H. Gordon, of Henrietta, to Miss Mary C. Tompkins, of the same place.

 

Oct. 22, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

DIED.

In Riga, on the 5th inst. Samuel B. Graves, jr., son of Samuel B. Graves, aged 24 years.

 

Oct. 24, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In Brighton, on the 22d inst. by Rev. Wm. Wisner, Rev. Samuel Griswold, to Miss Maria Cobb, of Brighton.

 

Oct. 25, 1834
Rochester Daily Advertiser

MARRIED.

In this city on the 23d inst. by Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. Dwight Pierce, to Miss Sarah Reed, both of this city.

On the 9th inst. E. N. Conklin, Esq. Post Master, Parma, to Miss Elizabeth Conkling, of East Hampton, L. I.

At Holley, Orleans co. on the 23d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Conklin, Mr. Hiram A. Buell, to Miss Mary Ann, daughter of Austin Day, Esq.

In Brighton, on the 23d inst. by the Rev. S. Griswold, Bronson K. Hatch, of Monroe, Michigan, to Miss Elizabeth Stone, daughter of Maj. O. Stone of Brighton.

DIED.

At the residence of her brother, Abner Rathbun, of Parma, on the 22d inst. after a severe and painful illness of ten months, terminating in the pulmonary consumption, which she bore with a fortitude and buoyancy of spirit seldom witnessed in her sex, Miss Harriet Rathbun, aged nearly 23, daughter of the late Daniel Rathbun, of Springfield, Otsego county, and only sister of Henry C. Rathbun, Esq. of this city.

She was an inestimable young lady;—the aged and bereaved mother and fond brothers deeply mourn the loss of her who stood first in their affections; and all who knew her knew her worth, and will deeply feel the loss of her they highly esteemed.

pointing Editors of the counties of Oswego and Otsego in particular, will oblige a large and extensive circle of relations and friends by appropriately noticing the above.

Notice.

Whereas my wife has left my bed and board without any causeor provocation, all persons are therefore hereby notified that I shall not be responsible for any debts of her contracting. —— Thomas Griffiths, Gates, Oct. 18, 1834.

 

Oct. 25, 1834
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

At Pittsford, on the 15th inst. by Ephraim Goss, Esq., Col. Robert H. Gordon, of Henrietta, to Miss Mary C. Tompkins, of the same place.

In this city on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hickox, Mr. Calvin Lyman, of this city, to Miss Mary Ann, daughter of John Robbins, Esq. of Hartford, Conn.

In this city, on Thursday the 16th inst. by Rev. Dr. Comstock, Mr. Isaac Oatout, to Miss Charlotte A. Ballard—all of this city.

On the 9th inst. by the Rev. Lyons, Mr. William Shepard, to Miss Eliza Ann, daughter of Mr. Wm. F. Watson—all of this place.

 

Oct. 27, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Holly, Orleans County, on the 23d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Conklin, Hiram A. Buell, to Miss Mariana, daughter of Austin Day, Esq.

 

Oct. 31, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Gates, on the 29th inst., by Eld. Wm. A. Scrantom, Mr. Ira Wetmore, of Portage co. Ohio, to Miss Mary McGregor, of the former place.

 

Nov. 4, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Brockport, on the 30th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Furman, Mr. Truman Adams, to Miss Emeline Bushnell, all of Clarkson.

 

Nov. 6, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Newark, Ohio, on the 23d ult., Mr. Rufus Henry, one of the editors of the Newark (Ohio) Gazette, and formerly of this city, to Miss Jane, daughter of the Rev. William Wiley, all of that village.

 

Nov. 8, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Jacksonapolis, M. T. Oct. 4, by H. Thompson, Esq., Mr. Daniel L. Case, to Miss Mirenda Brown, both of Penfield, N. Y.

 

Nov. 8, 1834
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In this City, on the 23d Oct. by Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. Dwight Peirce, to Miss Sarah Reed—both of Rochester.

At East Hampton, L. I., on the 9th Oct. E. M. Conklin, Esq. P. M., Parma, N. Y. to Miss Elizabeth Conkling, of the former place.

 

Nov. 10, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In the town of Murray, Orleans County, N. Y. by Elder Kimball, on the 20th ult., Mr. Hiram Leavenworth, editor and proprietor of the "British American Journal," St. Catherines, U. C. to Miss Lucy Emerson, daughter of Capt. John Emerson, of the former place.

 

Nov. 14, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Boston, Ohio, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Mr. William Mather, of Boston, to Miss Sarah Chapman, formerly of this city.

In this city, on the 12th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Comstock, Mr. George Washington Hall, of Mendon, to Miss Rebecca Elizabeth Glenn, of this city.

At Cleaveland, Ohio, Doct. Newton Adams, of East Bloomfield, to Miss Sarah C. Vantine, of the former place—destined Missionaries to Africa.

In East Bloomfield, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. R. W. Hill, Jno. R. Lee, Esq., Cashier of the Bank of Buffalo, to Miss Elvira Porter, daughter of Mr. Josiah Porter, merchant.

In Richmond, on the 30th ult. by Rev. G. H. Norton, Mr. Josiah H. Mather, to Miss Hannah M. Jerome.

DIED.

At Cleveland, Ohio, on the 29th ult. Mr. Mary Fitch, aged 67, widow of the late Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D. D. of West Bloomfield.

On the 3d inst. at his residence in Lima, of a lingering illness which was borne with much fortitude and resignation, Norton B. Birchard, son of Asahel Birchard, Esq., aged 27 years.

Mr. Birchard had by his amiable deportment and unassuming manners endeared himself to a large circle of friends and acquaintances who will long feel, and deeply lament his loss — (Com..

 

Nov. 18, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Mount Morris, on the 9th instant, by Elder W. Lake, William Dayton, Esq. of Alden, Erie co., to Miss Mary P. Lake, of the former place.

DIED.

In Geneva, on the 8th, the Rev. William Nisbet, aged 36 years.

In Mount Morris, on the 8th, Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes, aged 55 years.

 

Nov. 19, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 13th inst., by F. Smith, Esq., Mr. Elisha Clark, to Miss Elizabeth A. Bristol, both of that place.

 

Nov. 22, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Lyons, on the 11th by Rev. Mr. Hubbell, William Voorhies Esq. to Miss Amarilla Smith, all of Lyons.

DIED.

In this city, on Friday Morning, 21st inst. Mr. Elbridge G. W. Moore, aged 32 years. Funeral this morning at 10 o'clock, at the residence of his father Main st. The friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.

pointing Papers in New London, Conn. will please notice the above.

 

Nov. 22, 1834
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Parma. on the 11th inst. by Eld. H. B. Dodge of Greece, Mr. J. Brooks, of the firm of Brooks & Co., Merchants, to Cornelia, daughter of Martin Butler, Esq., all of the former place.

In Sweden, on the 6th Nov. by Rev. James Going, Mr. Wm. L. Barrett, of Franklinville, to Miss Harriet Newton, of the former place.

In this city, on the 12th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Comstock, Mr. George Washington Hall, of Mendon, to Miss Rebecca Elizabeth Glenn, of Rochester.

 

Nov. 23, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Parma. on the 11th inst. by Eld. H. B. Dodge of Greece, Mr. J. Brooks, of the firm of J. Brooks & Co., merchants, to Cornelia, daughter of Martin Butler, Esq., all of the former place.

 

Nov. 24, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Chili, on the 12th inst. by the Rev. J. Hemingway, Mr. J. G. Buell, of Le Roy, to Miss Sarah Gurningdike, of the fomer place.

DIED.

In Le Roy, on the 10th inst. of consumption, Miss Nancy Platt, aged 34 years.

 

Nov. 26, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, last evening, the 25th inst. of consumption, Mr. J. L. D. Mathies.

The friends and acquaintances of the deceased are invited to attend his funeral this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the City Hotel.

 

Nov. 27, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Mendon on the 18th inst. Jeremy S. Stone Esq., last year a representative from the county of Monroe in the state legislature.

 

Nov. 28, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

Of consumption, in Batavia, on the morning of the 20th November inst. G. C. Towner, Esq. aged 31 years.

In Stafford, Genesee co. on the 17th inst. Mrs. Elvira E., wife of Henry L. Walker, and daughter of the late Col. William Rumsey, aged 24 years.

In China, Genesee co. N. Y. on the 17th inst. Major Moses Smith, aged 76 years, one of the earliest settlers of the town, having removed to China in March 1811, from Sharon, Vermont.

At Darien, on the 31st ult. at the house of her father, Mr. Simeon Clark, Mrs. Julia A. Storm, relist of the late Col. Garry Storm, aged 25.

 

Nov. 29, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Le Roy, on the 26th, by Rev. Mr. Wright, Mr. S. Mattison, of Vienna, Ontario co., to Miss Betsey W. Law, of Le Roy. Also, on the 25th by Rev. D. Anderson, Mr. Ira Hewes to Miss Julia Ann Scott

 

Dec. 2, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Almond, Allegany county, on the 10th, Mary Ann Woodcock. In Independence, on the 17th, Helen M. Woodcock.

 

Dec. 5, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Batavia, on the 19th inst., by C. M. Russell, Esq., Mr. William C. Quance, of Batavia, to Miss Debby Johnson, of Bethany.

At St. James Church, Batavia, on (Dec. 1,) by the Rev. James A. Bolles, Mr. Erastus B. Seymour, to Miss Celia M. Burnham, all of Batavia.

In Hartland, Niagara Co. on the 22d October, by C. S. Taylor, Esq., Mr. James Nelson jr. formerly of Brockport, to Miss Louise Martin, of Hartland.

In Brockport, on the 5th ult. by the Rev. Dr. Hunter, Mr. Thomas Paddock, to Miss Mary Barnet, all of Brockport.

In Sweden, on the 7th ult. by Rev. J. Going, Mr. Wm. L. Barrett, of Franklinville, to Miss Harriet, youngest daughter of Joseph Newton, of Brockport.

In Hartland, on the 20th ult. Mr. Stephen W. Andrews of Brockport, to Miss Samantha C. Campbell of Hartland.

DIED.

In Bethany, on the 25th inst. very suddenly, whilst seated in her chair Mrs. Anna Wait, wife of Ira Wait, Esq. aged 38 years.

 

Dec. 6, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Henrietta, on the 4th inst. by S. M. Coe, Esq., Mr. Nelson Bumpus to Miss Lucy, only daughter of Ezra Howard, Esq. of that town.

In Carlton, Orleans co. on the 12th ult. by Nathan M. Fish, Esq., Mr. Daniel Fowler, to Miss Jane Olmsted. On the 26th, by the same, Mr. Lucus Stevens, to Miss Jane Fairing. On the 27th, by the Rev. Josiah Fowler, Mr. George Wilcox, to Miss Sophronia Olmsted. On the 7th, Mr. Eli Hix, to Miss Jenett Hawley.

 

Dec. 6, 1834
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Le Roy, on the 26th ult. by Rev. Mr. Wright, Elder S. Mattison, of Vienna, Ont. Co., to Miss Betsey W. Law, of Le Roy. —— Also, on the 25th, by Rev. D. Anderson, Mr. Ira Hewes to Miss Julia Ann Scott, both of Le Roy.

DIED.

In this city, 25th ult. of consumption, Mr. J. L. D. Mathies.

In Mendon, 18th ult. Jeremy S. Stone Esq.

In Batavia, 20th ult. of consumption, G. C. Towner, Esq. aged 31 years.

In Stafford, Genesee Co., 17th ult. Mrs. Elvira E., wife of Henry L. Walker, and daughter of the late Col. William Rumsey, aged 24.

In China, Genesee Co. 17th ult. Major Moses Smith, aged 76 years .

 

Dec. 9, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Farmington, on the 4th inst. by Rev. Mr. Shumway of Palmyra, Elias H. Lapham, Esq., to Miss Dirce Ann Brown, both of Farmington; also Mr. Gideon R. Payne to Miss Mary B. Smith, both of the same place.

DIED.

In Plamyra, on the 1st inst., Mr. Eugenie L. Morgan, aged 24 years.

In Macedon, on the 3d inst. Silas Stoddard, infant son of Mr. U. F. Sheffield, aged 1 week.

 

Dec. 10, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In South Penfield, by the Rev. L. J. Reynolds, on the 30th ult., Abraham Peck, to Miss Ascenath Heath, all of Penfield.

Also, by the same, at the same place, on the 1st inst. Mr. Daniel Fosgate, of Arcadia, Wayne Co. to Miss Louisa Ann Heath, of Penfield

 

Dec. 13, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 10th inst. by the Rev. O. C. Comstock, Mr. Charles Howard, of Oswego, to Miss Margaret Vosburgh, of Sacketts Harbor.

In Bethel, Ontario county, on the 4th instant, by Rev. Mr. Ferguson, Mr. D. H. Runyan, merchant of that village, to Miss Amanda Torry.

DIED.

In Barre, Orleans county, on the 6th instant, Mr. John Parker, aged 22 years.

In Geneva, on the 6th instant, Mr. Oliver B. Cooke, (Bookbinder,) late of New York city, and formerly a resident of Canandaigua, aged about 27 years.

 

Dec. 15, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Rochester, on the 7th inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Luther W. Hitchcock, of Camillus to Miss Sophia Bennet, of this city.

On the 10th inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Henry Campbell, to Miss Marietta Dyke, all of this city.

DIED.

In Seneca Falls, on Wednesday the 3d inst. Gen. Jasper Ward, late of the city of New York, in the 62d year of his age.

 

Dec. 16, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Trinity Church, Fredonia, on the evening of Nov. 12, by Rev. L. Smith, Holton Ganson, M. D., of Le Roy, to Amanda L., daughter of the Rev. Lucius Smith, of the former place.

DIED.

In Warsaw, on Friday, the 5th inst., after a short. but painful sickness, Lucy Maria, wife of Erasmus D. Carpenter, aged 20.

 

Dec. 17, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 8th inst. by the Rev. L. Knapp, Mr. Wm. Woodhull, to Miss Eunice Burnett, both of Penfield.

DIED.

In Avon, on the 27th Nov. Col. Benjamin Pearsons, aged 72 years.

At Lima, on the 1st inst. Mr. Abel Phelps.

pointing Printers in New Hampshire are requested to notice &c.

 

Dec. 19, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Rochester, on Tuesday, 16th inst. by Rev. Mr. Comstock, Mr. I. C. W. Ogden, of Seneca Falls, to Miss C. A. Langworthy, Esq., of the former place.

"There is one affection which no stain

Of earth can ever darken; when two find,

The softer and manlier, that a chain

Of kindred taste has fasten'd mind to mind."

pointing The cake and wine accompanying the above notice were disposed of as desired. No wonder if it should appear that one of us on the spur of the moment, resolved to go and go likewise!

 

Dec. 19, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At Utica, on the 8th, the Hon. John C. Chamberlain, late of West Mendon, and formerly of Charleston, New Hampshire.

 

Dec. 22, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 21st inst., in the First Baptist Church, by the Rev. O. C. Comstock, Mr. Austin Pease to Miss Martha Osborne.

In Stafford, Gen. co., on the 14th inst., by H. B. Crampton, Esq., Mr. John King to Miss Tamson White, both of Stafford. Also, in the same place, on the 11th inst. by L. Mix, Esq., Mr. Joseph Beckley to Miss Clara Sweetland.

In Homer, on the 18th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Whiting, Mr. John Dawley, of this city, to Miss A. M. Cummings, of the former place.

DIED.

In Batavia, on the 24th ult. Maria, wife of Wm. Reynolds, aged 23 years.

 

Dec. 23, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 18th inst. Jeraldine, daughter of J. N. & D. Stebbins, aged 3 years, after a distressing illness of only 9 hours.

In Palmyra, on the 15th, after a short illness, Mrs. Mahitable Reeves, wife of James Reeves, aged 67 years.

In Schnectady, on the 8th, Mr. Joseph Gavitt, of Palmyra, aged 40 years.

 

Dec. 25, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 23d instant, by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Samuel Wood of Wheatland, to Miss Laura King, daughter of Mr. Wm. King of Brighton.

On the same day. by the same, Mr. George D. Otto of Lockville, to Miss Gertrude Ann Hagerman of this city.

 

Dec. 27, 1834
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Rochester, on the evening of the 25th inst., by Rev. Mr. Wisner, Mr. Daniel Tuttle, of Palmyra, tenor of music, to Miss Almira C. Wilcox, of this city.

pointing May no part of the tenor of their lives be bass. May their solos be pia as summer zephyrs, and should duets sometimes become forte, may they ever be in harmony.

On the 24th inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Leonard Buckland to Miss Nancy Maria Chapin, both of Brighton.

On the 25th inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Leander Chipman to Miss Eliza Collins, both of this city.

In Castile, Gen. co., on the 14th inst. by Rev. Mr. Wilder, Mr. Kent Granger to Miss L. Markham, all of Castile.

DIED.

In this city, on the 25th inst. Dwight Stearns, aged 14 months—only child of Mr. Alpha Chapin.

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