Marriages and Deaths from Rochester Newspapers
July 1, 1835 - Dec. 31, 1835

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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 existing issues from 1835.
  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 1835.
  3. The Rochester Gem (semi-monthly) was published 1829 - 1843. The Rochester Public Library has the volume for 1835 online.
  4. Rochester Daily Democrat was published from Jan. 1833 - 1870. Rochester Public Library has a microfilm for all of 1835.
  5. Monroe Democrat (weekly) was published from Feb. 1834 to 1857. There are no known existing copies of this newspaper.
  6. World As It Is was published from Aug. 1835 to 1836. There are no known existing copies from 1835.

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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1835 circus ad

The above establishment will be opened in the city of Rochester, on the Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, the 3d, 4th, 6th, and th of July, 1835. The arena for this season is newly and completely fitted out with a superior BAND OF MUSIC; a first rate company of EQUESTRIANS, possessing unequaled talent; and a stud of HANOVERIAN AND ARABIAN HORSES, which for beauty and management, excel all previous exhibitions ever offered to such a liberal and discerning community.
Upwards of eighty men and horses are occupied in this immence establishment, which comprises some of the most celebrated performers and musicians in the United States, whose talents on their profession are unequaled in the country.
Boxes 50 cents; Pit 25 cents. Performances will commence at 2 o'clock precisely. Doors open at half past one .

 

July 7, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

On the 29th ult., of a consumption, while on a visit at her brother's in North Chili, Monroe co., Betsey, wife of Noah Davis, of Rochester, formerly of Paris, Oneida co. The day of her death was the 53d anniversary of her life. After her espousal to the Lord Jesus (1814) her first exclamation was "The Lord reignth, let the earth rejoice," she requested this to be the text at her funeral. To the glory of God, and the encouragement of his children, it may be said, that but few have left the world with greater joy and triumph. For weeks before her death, her prayer was "Come Lord Jesus, come quickly, into they hands I commit my spirit when will the prison doors he opened that my captured soul may take its joyful flights, but I will wait God's time." In order to test the cause of her willingness, to die, she was asked whether her resignation was not the effect of pain, she replied, "It is desirable to be free from pain but if I do not misinterpret my feelings, it is that I may be with Christ, which is far better." She was told that her departure was at hand, she exclaimed, "Blessed tidings." She addressed her family and friends in a most impressive manner, a favorite hymn (599, Vil. Col.) was several times sung or read to her, which seemed to fill her with joy inexpressible; even after she was unable to speak, she raised her cold and pulseless arms, expressing the greatest animation, and soon after fell asleep on the arms of her beloved. "O Death, where is thy sting?" "Will cavilers say this was hypocrasy or enthusiasm? Give me such in life and death.—Com.

Printers in Utica are requested &c.

In Mayville, Chatauque co., on the 20th ult., Hon. Martin Prendergast, one of the oldest and most respectable citizens of the county.

In Geneva, Friday morning, the 19th ult., Capt. John Sheather, an aged veteran of the revolution.

At Sodus, Wayne county, on the 12th ult., Mr. Joseph Green, a soldier of the revolution, in the 81st year of his age. The deceased was the father of Hon. Byram Green of that place.

ONE CENT REWARD—Ranaway from the subscriber on Saturday night the 27th ult., an indebted apprentice named George LeClear. All persons are hereby forbid harboring or trusting said boy on my account, as I will pay no debts of his contacting after this date.

James W. Kennedy, Penfield, June 30th, 1835.

 

July 8, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Parma, on Thursday last, Mr. Amos Gager, formerly of Franklin, Conn.

In Albion, on Saturday the 4th inst., Mr. Nathan Jenks, formerly of this city.

 

July 13, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Carthage, on the 6th inst., Mr. Thomas Thorpe, in the 67th year of his age.

 

July 15, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 9th inst, by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Ebenezer Gaylord to Miss Lucy M. S. Carpenter, all of this city.

DIED.

In this city, on the 13th inst., Mr. Abner Cole, Esq., Editor of the "Liberal Advocate."

In Penfield, on the 9th of June, Edward Fellows, son of Franklin Clark, aged 13 months. In the same place, June 11, Emily Eliza, aged 12 months, and the 112th [sic.] Ann Maria, aged 6 years, both daughters of J. B. Bryan, Esq.

 

July 17, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Le Roy, on the 9th inst., by Rev. Mr. Metcalf, Mr. John Tuttle to Miss Martha Ann, eldest daughter of James Taylor, Esqr., all of Le Roy.

In Batavia, on the 2d inst., by C. M. Russell, Esqr., Mr. Chauncy Garday to Miss Dolly Simmons.

In Attica, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Shaw, Mr. David Wilder to Miss Susan Salome Adams, both of that village.

 

July 18, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Livonia, on the 16th inst. by Elder Hendrix, Mr. Almon M. Chapin, merchant, of Lakeville, Livingston co., to Miss Jane Pease, of the former place.

In Palmyra, on the 15th inst. by the Rev. G. R. H. Shumway, Mr. Benjamin Rockwell, of the firm of Clark, Rockwell & Gilbert, of New York, to Miss Lavinia B. Fenton, daughter of Joseph S. Fenton, Esq., of that village.

On the same day. Mr. Elias Richards, to Miss Matilda Barnhart, both of Palmyra.

At Seneca Falls, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. George Dashiell, William M. Bayard, Esq., formerly of Palmyra, to Miss Ramaita Dashiell, of Louisville, Ky.

At West Avon, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. R. Kearney, Mr. Stephen Cook, of Centerville, Allegany co., formerly of Palmyra, to Miss Charlotte Hale, of Canandaigua.

DIED.

In Palmyra, on the 11th inst., Mr. Charles B. Ford.

At Scipio Square on the 16th inst., Mrs. Mary Cheadell, in the 66th year of her age.

In Auburn, on the morning of saturday, July 11th, Harriet Augusta, wife of Philo B. Barnum in the 27th year of her age.

 

July 23, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Geneva, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Seabury, the Rev. William F. Walker, pastor of the Church of the Nativity, in New York, to Alida Ritzma Bogert, daughter of Nicholas Bogert, jr. deceased.

DIED.

In Canandaigua, on Sunday morning last, of remittent fever, Mr. Ashley Harvey Æt, 36 years, one of the proprietors and publishers of the Ontario Repository.

On the 17th inst. Mrs. Lemira Chase, aged 27 years, wife of Homer Chase.

On Sunday morning last, of consumption, Mr. John Pritchard, aged 23 years.

 

July 24, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Hopewell on the 10th inst., by the Rev. J. F. McLaren, Mr. Joseph E. Tuttle, of Seneca, to Mrs. Cassandra Hipple, of the former place.

At Seneca, on Thursday, the 16th inst., by the Rev. John White, Mr. Joseph Fulton to Miss Clarissa Ackley, both of Seneca.

In Batavia, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. R. L. Waite. Mr. John R. Crandall, to Miss Harrie Russell.

In Elba, on the 13th inst., by E. McIntyre, Esq., Mr. Hiram King, jr. of Batavia, to Miss Orry Harris, of the former place.

DIED.

After a lingering illness, at his dwelling in Elba, on Saturday the 18th inst. John Gardner, in the 68th year of his age.

At Lyme, Conn. on the 17th inst. Mary S., wife of Charles W. Waite, and daughter of Charles Smith, of this city.

 

July 25, 1835
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Rochester, on the 4th July, by Rev. Mr. Hibbard, Mr. Franklin Doolittle, to Miss Phebe Ann Miller—all of this city.

In Livonia, on the 16th inst. by Elder Hendrix, Mr. Almon M. Chapin, merchant, of Lakeville, Livingston co., to Miss Jane Pease, of the former place.

In Le Roy, on the 9th inst., by Rev. Mr. Metcalf, Mr. John Tuttle to Miss Martha Ann, eldest daughter of James Taylor, Esqr., all of Le Roy.

In Batavia, on the 2d inst., by C. M. Russell, Esqr., Mr. Chauncy Garday to Miss Dolly Simmons.

In Attica, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Shaw, Mr. David Wilder to Miss Susan Salome Adams, both of that village.

In Palmyra, on the 15th inst. by the Rev. G. R. H. Shumway, Mr. Benjamin Rockwell, of the firm of Clark, Rockwell & Gilbert, of New York, to Miss Lavinia B. Fenton, daughter of Joseph S. Fenton, Esq., of that village.

On the same day. Mr. Elias Richards, to Miss Matilda Barnhart, both of Palmyra.

At Seneca Falls, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. George Dashiell, William M. Bayard, Esq., formerly of Palmyra, to Miss Ramania Dashiell, of Louisville, Ky.

At West Avon, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. R. Kearney, Mr. Stephen Cook, of Centreville, Allegany co., formerly of Palmyra, to Miss Charlotte Hale, of Canandaigua.

DIED.

In this city, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Melinda Shaw, wife of Alexander R. Shaw, amd daughter of Shadrack Allen, formerly of Geneva.

At the house of Daniel Rodgers, in the town of Perry, on the 4th inst., a stranger by the name of Aaron Wallace, stated he was from Ashford, Cattaraugus co., N. Y.

 

July 27, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Geneseo. on the 9th inst. by Elder H. Whiting, Mr. Hudson Harrington, of Avon, to Miss Mariah Hill, of York.

In North Sparta, on the 15th inst. by Rev. Mr. Wooster, Mr. Hiram Whiting, of Conesus, to Miss Semantha Jennings, of the former place.

At Dansville, an the 16th inst. by Rev. Mr. Stover, Mr. Orlando Hart, of Livonia, to Miss Elizabeth Aldrich, of Mount Morris.

At West Avon, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. R. Kearney, Mr. Stephen Cook, of Centerville, Allegany co., formerly of Palmyra, to Miss Charlotte Hale, of Canandaigua.

DIED.

In West Avon, on the 14th inst. Mrs. Emily J., wife of Asahel S. Loveland, aged 23 years.

 

July 28, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Albany, on the 22d inst. Mr. Patrick Cassidy, a native of Ireland, aged 48 years.

 

July 29, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In St. Paul's Church, Rochester, by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, on the 28th July, Mr. Nicholas Tieman, of the firm of A. Tieman & Co. of New York, to Miss Mary Ann Rothgangal, of Rochester.

DIED.

At the residence of her brother in this city, on the 28th inst., Miss Suzette Gilbert, of Le Roy, aged 19 years.

 

Aug. 1, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Auburn, on the 23d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Peck, Mr. Charles White to Miss Amelia C. Johnson, all of that place.

In Clarkson, on the 22d inst. by Rev. C. E. Furman, Mr. Truman Watrous, of Gainesville, to Miss Henrietta Martin, of the former place.

At Strykersville, Genesse co., Mr. Charles Richardson to Miss Ann Strayton.

DIED.

In this city on the 27th inst., Mrs. Harriet Baldwin, wife of Mr. Jeremiah Baldwin, aged 38 years.

At Darien, Genesee co., on the 24th inst. Sally Miller, wife of Mr. William Miller, aged 58, of Strongville, Ohio, and formerly of Lancaster, in this county. She was on a journey to Oneida county.

On Monday the 27th, at Hannibalville, Oswego co., Mrs. Lucinda Riggs, wife of Hiram Riggs, and daughter of Benjamin Phelps, Esq.

 

Aug. 3, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Onondaga Hollow, by Hiram King, Esq., Mr. Sier Patterson to Miss Precious Little, all of that town. Mr. P. has made up his mind to enjoy precious little during the remainder of his life.

At Lockport, on Tuesday the 21st inst. by the Rev. S. S. Klein, Mr. Daniel W. Martz, of East Bloomfield, to Miss Matilda Comstock, of Lockport.

DIED.

In Carthage, on the 26th ult., Loisa, wife of Elisha H. Pomeroy, aged 24 years.

 

Aug. 4, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

On the 31st ult., James, son of Edward R. Everst, aged 3 years.

 

Aug. 5, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on the 18th June, by the Rev. Mr. Howe, Mr. Elisha Foster, of Covington, to Miss Permely Acker, of East Avon.

 

Aug. 8, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Gaines, on the 30th ult., Mr. George Dorrance, jr. aged 23 years.

In New Rowley, Mass., on the 21st July, Miss Hannah Johnson, formerly of this city.

 

Aug. 8, 1835
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In St. Paul's Church, Rochester, by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, on the 28th July, Mr. Nicholas Tieman, of the firm of A. Tieman & Co. of New York, to Miss Mary Ann Rothgangal, of Rochester.

In Auburn, on the 23d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Peck, Mr. Charles White to Miss Amelia C. Johnson, all of that place.

In Clarkson, on the 22d inst. by Rev. C. E. Furman, Mr. Truman Watrous, of Gainesville, to Miss Henrietta Martin, of the former place.

At Strykersville, Genesse co., Mr. Charles Richardson to Miss Ann Strayton.

In Onondaga Hollow, by Hiram King, Esq., Mr. Sier Patterson to Miss Precious Little, all of that town. Mr. P. has made up his mind to enjoy precious little during the remainder of his life.

At Lockport, on Tuesday the 21st inst. by the Rev. S. S. Klein, Mr. Daniel W. Martz, of East Bloomfield, to Miss Matilda Comstock, of Lockport.

DIED.

At the residence of her brother in this city, on the 28th inst., Miss Suzette Gilbert, of Le Roy, aged 19 years.

In this city on the 27th inst., Mrs. Harriet Baldwin, wife of Mr. Jeremiah Baldwin, aged 38 years.

In Carthage, on the 26th ult., Loisa, wife of Elisha H. Pomeroy, aged 24 years.

At Darien, Genesee co., on the 24th inst. Sally Miller, wife of Mr. William Miller, aged 58, of Strongville, Ohio, and formerly of Lancaster, in this county. She was on a journey to Oneida county.

On Monday the 27th, at Hannibalville, Oswego co., Mrs. Lucinda Riggs, wife of Hiram Riggs, and daughter of Benjamin Phelps, Esq.

A Patriot gone! — In this city, on Sunday morning, July 26th, Lyman Munger, aged 76 years—a soldier of the revolution.

 

Aug. 19, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

Stop Thief — $5 Reward.

Stolen from the subscriber on the evening of the 17th inst. from the boarding house of Erastus Sprague, one mile west of Churchville, a blue broad cloth roundabout, and a pair of brown, or duff colored cassimere pantaloons. The coat was trimmed with yellow gild buttons, near together; and is similar to the sailor's common roundabout. The name of the thief is supposed to be Wm. Jefferson, who has been laboring on the railroad. He is about 5 feet, 8 inches in height, dark complexion, and limps a little in his walk. — He wore a small brown cloth cap, and probably wears the stolen cloths. Whoever will secure the thief and the clothes, so that they may be obtained by the subscriber, shall receive the above reward. Information can be left at the office of the Daily Democrat, or the railroad near Churchville with Duncan McKenzie.

Rochester, Aug. 19th, 1835.

 

Aug. 20, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

Shocking Accident. — A party of three yound men from Bristol, in this county, started on Sunday morning. the 9th inst., one in a sulky, and two in a buggy to ride to Palmyra. While passing through the town of Manchester at a rapid pace, one of party of the buggy, Cyrus H., son of Mr. Eli Arlen of Bristol, under the impression that his carriage was turning over, sprang from his seat, in order to save himself, in doing which. he was precipitated with such force against a fence, and his head coming in contact with the end of a projecting rail, fractured his skull. Surgical aid was promptly rendered, and all that skill and care could do, was done, but a cure could not be effected. He died on the following Tuesday, aged 20 years. — Ontario Freeman.

DIED.

In this city, on the 18th inst. Levi Taylor, Esq., aged about 38 years.

 

Aug. 21, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hibard, Mr. Wm. H. Walker, to Miss Eliza Lyport.

DIED.

In Cleveland, on the 12th inst., after a protracted illness, Mrs. Maria Smyth, wife of Mr. William Smyth, merchant of that place, and daughter of Mr. Seth Granger.

In Holly, on the 13th inst. Miss Olive F. North, of Alexander, aged 21 years.

 

Aug. 22, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Sodus, on the 23d of July, of scarlet fever, Finette Rose, aged 19 years, daughter of Mr. Wm. C. Rose.

In Lyons, on the 15th, of consumption, Mr. Joseph Curtiss, aged 67.

 

Aug. 24, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 20th inst., by Sidney Smith, Esq., Mr. John Espie, to Miss Jenet Robinson, all of Caledonia.

pointing Having traveled over the Ridge Road from Lewiston to Rochester, in Allen, Charles & Butler's Line of Stages, and having experienced attention and despatch, as well as civility in drivers, I can recommend this line to the public. The road being a natural ridge, is one of the greatest curiosities in this section of the state, as well as one of the best roads in any country.

E. Ritchie, of Hamilton, Upper Canada, Aug. 24, 1835.

 

Aug. 25, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Palmyra, the 18th inst., Mrs. Susan Sexton, wife of Pliny Sexton, aged 26 years.

On the 22d, Miss Sarah Tingley, daughter of Daniel Tingley aged about 12 years.

At Natchez, Mississippi, on the 14th ult. Geo. Akin, formerly of Auburn, aged 22 years.

In Cleveland. Ohio, on the 12th inst. Miss Harriet D. Slogane, daughter of Douglas W. Slogane, formerly of Palmyra, aged 18 years.

 

Aug. 26, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

By the Rev. Mr. Mack, on the evening of the 24th inst., Mr. N. S. Kendrick to Miss Emeline Burchard, all of this city.

DIED.

In Riga, on the 12th August if the dropsy, Mrs. Mary, wife of Mr. Jacob Hadley, formerly of Goffstown, N. H., aged 50 years. In the death of Mrs. H., her husband has lost a kind and affectionate wife; her children, a mother whose constant endeavor it was to promote their happiness and well being; and the Church, a devoted and worthy member. Printers in Concord, N. H. will please notice the above. — Com.

Beware! Beware!!

All persons are cautioned against the impositions of a man calling himself Wm. G. Canfield. He is a shoemaker by trade, about 5 ft. 10 inches in height, and wore oft a light brown frock coat. This is a second time he has absconded from this place and under the following circumstances, viz; — without paying his board bill, wash bill, and some other debts, besides purloining some uppers & stuffs from the shop at which he worked. They are old tricks of his.

Phelps, Aug. 26, 1835.

 

Aug. 27, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At the residence of Henry E. Rochester, in this city, on the 26th inst., Adeline Woodruff, daughter of Mr. George Allen of Brockport, in the 15th year of her age.

 

Aug. 28, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city yesterday, by Samuel Miller, Esq., Mr. John Bowen, to Miss Eliza Moore, Also, Mr. Joseph Turrell, to Miss Caroline Moore, all of this city.

 

Aug. 29, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Mt. Morris, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. C. H. Goodrich, Mr. Clay Garnet to Miss Harriet Goodrich.

In Mt. Morris, on the 23d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hall, Mr. Isaac Klady to Miss Juliaett Rowland.

In Livonia, on the 18th inst., by Rev. Mr. Hoff, Mr. Henry Hawkins to Miss Loisa Hillman, all of Mt. Morris.

DIED.

At Livonia, on the 22d inst. Daniel Wheeler, aged 29 years.

 

Aug. 31, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

On the 22d inst., at Livonia, Mr. Daniel Wheeler, aged 29 years. His death was caused by an apolipus growing in the heart,

 

Sept. 2, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

Information Wanted.

Samuel T. Riddell left his mother's residence in Preston, Chenango county, N. Y. on the 8th of last May, with the intention of visiting the subscriber in Cincinnati. He was expected to go by stage to Syracuse, thence by canal to Buffalo; to cross the Lake to Cleveland, and follow the canal and Ohio river to Cincinnati. He is 16 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches in height, rather slim, with light brown hair, full face and fair complexion; the little finger has been cut from his right hand. His clothing was a fur cap lined with blue silk, coat and pantaloons of blue broadcloth, with yellow metal buttons on the coat, blue and white vest, and calf skin boots. He has not been heard from since he left; and as there is reason to believe some misfortune has befallen him, his friends are extremely anxious to ascertain what has befallen him.

Editors of newspapers on the New York & Ohio canals are requested to insert this. Any relevant information will be thankfully received, if addressed to the subscriber at Cincinnati, or to Mrs. Lephe Riddell, Preston, Chenango county, New York.

John L. Riddell.

 

Sept. 4, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

pointing If Gustavus Haywood is residing in Rochester, he will hear of something interesting by calling this office.

MARRIED.

In Attica, on the 27th ult. Mr. William Plumley, to Miss Eliza Allen.

DIED.

In Attica, on the 24th ult., Henry S. Freeman, printer, aged 28 years.

In Canandaigua, on the 24th ult., Harriet L., wife of Henry F. Penfield, Esq. aged 46.

On the 29th ult. at his residence in Rushville, Ontario co., the Rev. Henry P. Strong, aged about 50 years.

 

Sept. 5, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Brighton, on the 10th inst. by Rev. Mr. Mack, Mr. Thomas C. Bates, of Albany, to Miss Marie M., daughter of Benjamin B. Blossom, Esq. of the former place.

DIED.

At Sodus Point, on the 29th ult., Miss Cordelia A. Stansbury, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Stansbury, aged 24 years.

 

Sept. 7, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Macedon, on the 2d inst. by D. Osband, Esq., Mr. Jacob Robbins, of this town, to Miss Barbara Crater, of Arcadia.

DIED.

In Palmyra, on the 2d inst. Helon Augusta, daughter of Mr. George E. Pomeroy, aged 16 months.

 

Sept. 8, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 3d inst., by the Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. Edward Bishop to Miss Hannah Farrell, both of this city.

At Clarkson, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Furman, Mr. Joseph A. Root, merchant, to Miss Cornelia Ann, daughter of Daniel Gager, Esq. all of Parma.

In Bloomfield, on the 3d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Goff, Dr. Oliver Clark to Miss Martha Gillett, all of the former place.

 

Sept. 9, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On Monday evening the 7th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Mack, W. L. Coit, Esq., of Montreal, to Miss May Ann Bissell, daughter of the late Josiah Bissell, of this place.

On Wednesday evening last, by the Rev. J. O. Stokes, Mr. Andrew Ellicott, of the firm of Grant & Ellicott, Merchants of Medina Or. co., to Miss Mary Semour Austin, daughter of the late David Fairman, of Philadelphia.

 

Sept. 11, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Montpelier village, Vt., Aug. 31, by the Rev. Chester Wright, Halsey R. Wing, Esq. Attorney at law, of Brockport, N. Y., to Miss Harriet N. Walton, daughter of Gen. E. P. Walton, of the former place.

In Bennington. on the 1st day of September, by the Rev. Mr. Abel, Mr. Philo Durkee, Merchant of Attica, of the firm of Hills and Durkee, to Miss Abigail Hayden, daughter of Strong Hayden, Esq. of the former place.

At the M. E. Church in Le Roy, by the Rev. Mr. Castle, on the 30th ult., Mr. William Martin to Miss Julia E. Hulbert, both of that place.

In Palmyra, Wayne co., on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Townsend, Mr. William Maltby, of Hopewell, Ontario co. to Miss Delia W. Chapin, of the latter place.

In Geneva, on the 17th ult., Mr. M. M. Williams, one of the publishers of Geneva Courier, to Miss Caroline Tippets.

DIED.

In Elba on the 15th ult. Mrs. Lucy H. Popple, wife Wm. D. Popple, in the 18th year of her age.

 

Sept. 12, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 9th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Mack, Robert Roy, formerly of Aberdeen, Scotland, to Miss Lodemia Benton, formerly of Watertown, N. Y.

In Seneca, on the 1st inst. by Rev. J. W. French, Mr. Ichabod Leach, of Millet, Cortland county, to Miss Mary Maria Wheeler, of Seneca.

In Geneseo, on the 3d inst. by Rev. John C. Lord, Mr. Daniel Rall, of Perry, Genesee co. to Miss Julia C. Kelsey, of the former place.

In York, on the same day, by Rev. J. C. Lord, Mr. William Depew, of Geneseo, to Miss Harriet Ransom, of the former place.

In Centerfield, Ontario co., on the 3d of July last, by Russell P. Johnson, Esq., Mr. Horace Litchfield, to Miss Mary Vincent, both of Geneseo.

On the evening of the 1st inst. at Avon, by Rev. John Parker, of Livonia, Mr. Silas B. Delano, to Miss Elmira R. Eames; also Mr. Levi H. Raynolds, to Miss Irena Kinnason, all of Avon.

DIED.

In Mount Morris, on the 5th inst. Mr. Oliver Beach, aged 91 years.

In Geneseo, on the 24th ult. Joel Augustus, son of Mr. Joel Augustus, aged 3 years.

On the 2d inst. Mr. Isaac Read, merchant of Geneseo, aged 26 years.

 

Sept. 15, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Lima, on the 10th inst. by Rev. Mr. Barnard, Mr. Patrick McCartney, to Miss Lydia Godfrey, all of that place.

 

Sept. 16, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Hudson, on Friday evening, the 11th inst., by his honor the Mayor, Mr. Jared Coleman, of the firm of E. B. & J. Coleman, of this city, to Miss Susan, daughter of Gorham Macy, of the former place.

 

Sept. 18, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Byron, on the evening of the 10th inst. by Rev. D. L. B. Rolin, Capt. James R. Mitchel, tailor, lately of New York city, to Miss Almedy Larkins, of the former place.

Also, on the 9th inst. in Clarkson, by the same, Lieut. Wm. Cumings, of Rochester, to Miss Margaret Udle, of the former place.

In Byron, on the 30th ult. by Rev. B. B. Gray, Mr. Nelson A. Walker, to Miss Lucinda Taggart, daughter of Dr. Robert D. Taggart.

In Bethany, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Crocker, Mr. Hiram Huntington, to Miss Narcissa Hutchison.

In Batavia, by N. Reed, Esq., Mr. Rodney G. Worden, to Miss Maria Powers.

 

Sept. 19, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Canandaigus on the 5th inst. by the Rev. M. Allen, Mr. Harvey Lyon, of Prescott, U. C., to Mrs. Laura Nesbit, of Geneva.

DIED.

In Geneva, on the 2d inst. Miss Mary Ann Mabie, aged 20.

 

Sept. 19, 1835
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Sardinia, on the 11th instant, by Rev. D. Stephens, of Arcade, Mr. George J. Simonds, tanner, of this place, to Miss Octave Hopkins, of the same place.

DIED. — In Albany, on the 4th instant, after one day's sickness, Mr. Guy Arms, aged 47, brother to the publisher of thus paper.

In York, Pa. Aug. 25, Harriet, wife of Dr. F. Baird, aged 22 years, and daughter of Mr. J. F. Hutchinson, of this city.

 

Sept. 21, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Salem, Mass., on the 10th inst., Maltby Strong, M. D. of this city, to Miss Eliza Bartlet, daughter of Hon. Joseph E. Sprague, of the former place.

In this city, on the 17th inst., by Sidney Smith, Esq., Mr. Cyrus Carpenter, to Miss Olivia N. Meacham, both of this city.

In this city, on the 9th inst., by Rev. Mr. Mack, James M. Bailey to Lucy P. Gregory.

On the 10th by the same, George F. Wing to Alamanza Bordon.

At Churchville, on the 18th, Orren N. Bradley to Mary Reed.

In Brockport, on the morning of the 16th inst., by Rev. Dr. Hunter, Cyrenus C. Saddler, of the firm of Saddler, Brockway, & Co., merchants, to Miss Louisa M. Trumble, of that place.

In Victor, on the 17th inst. by Rev. S. T. Townsend, Mr. Asa Ball, to Miss Lovina, daughter of Ezra Wilmarth, Esq. of the same place.

In Palmyra. on the 30th ult., by F. Smith, Esq., Mr. Henry Lewis to Miss Harriet W. Nickerson, both of Penfield.

On the 12th inst. by the same, Mr. Calvin Powers to Miss Maria Emeline Cory, both of Farmington.

In Macedon, on the 13th inst. by D. Osband, Esq., Mr. John Wicks to Miss Sarah Hoagg.

In Palmyra, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Townsend, Mr. William Maltby, of Hopewell, Ontario co., to Miss Delia W. Chapin.

DIED.

In the town of Cold Water, Michigan, on the 22d ult., Mr. Job Barnhart, formerly of Macedon, Wayne co., aged 22 years.

 

Sept. 23, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Hartland, on Monday the 21st inst. by the Rev. Mr. Halsey. Mr. Timothy Wright, third son of Mr. Timothy Wright of Parma, Monroe county, to Miss Mary Ann Almond, eldest daughter of William Almond of Hartland.

In West Bloomfield, on the 20th inst. Mr. Stephen Hendee, merchant, to Miss Lydia Herrick, both of that place.

DIED.

Yesterday morning, Sept. 24, Milton Johnson, son of Henry Kennada, aged 13 months and 6 days.

The friends are invited to attend the funeral this day from the house in North street, 10 o'clock A. M.

At Springwater, Livingston county, N. Y. at the residence of his friend, Edward Withington, John Forbes, Esq. a Revolutionary soldier and patriot, in the 77th year of his age.

 

Sept. 26, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 23d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Staunton, Mr. Abram Martin, to Miss Esther Chadwick.

On the 19th inst. by F. Smith, Esq., Mr. Joseph Vandozer, to Mrs. Sarah M'Mellen.

In Rochester, on Sunday last, Mr. Burdette Crothers, of Branford, U. C. formerly of Palmyra, to Miss Irena Springer, of Marion.

In Geneseo, on the 17th inst. by Rev. Mr. Goodrich, Mr. George Elicot of Mount Morris, to Miss Sarah Hall, of that place.

In West Richmond, Ontario Co. by the Rev. Mr. Huff, of Livonia, Mr. A. C. Dodge, of Le Roy, to Miss P. Bothel, of the former place.

 

Sept. 28,, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on the 13th inst. by E. Goss, Esq., Mr. Nelson S. Emmons to Miss Matilda, youngest daughter of Dr. R. Lemon, both of Penfield.

DIED.

At his residence in Ithaca, of apoplexy, on the 18th inst. Hon. David Woodcock, aged 50 years.

In Le Roy, on the 17th ult., Widow Susan Munn, aged 61 years.

 

Sept. 29, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At Lyons, on Sunday the 17th inst., of scarlet fever, Maria, daughter of Aaron Erickson, of this city, aged 5 years.

 

Sept. 30, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Wheatland on Thursday evening, September the 24th, Mr. W. T. Johnson to Miss Polly Nicks. Also, Mr. Joseph Noyes to Miss Sarah Northop, all of Le Roy.

 

Oct. 1, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

August 24th, Francis Milton, aged one year and six months, son of Amos F. and Olive Albright. Also, September 7th, Olive, aged 33 years, consort of Amos F. Albright, of Ross co., Ohio, and formerly of Wheatland, Monroe county, N. Y., and daughter of Nathaniel Wheeler, of the city of Rochester. A, F. Albright, the child of affliction, has had within a few years, on child scalded to death, two drowned, and now left with an only son, to mourn the loss of an affectionate wife and his youngest child.

The following lines were written by the bereaved husband, and sung at the funeral, while taking a last sad view of his deceased companion. They may be interesting to his christian friends abroad, as coming from their afflicted brother, and informing them that their sister in Christ died in the triumphs of faith. — Com.

'Tis hard to part with these we love;

'Tis hard to part with children dear;

But oh! the pangs that read the heart

When those are called who are so near!

When man's "helpmeet" is tak'n away,

His better half is surely gone;

No wonder that the tear should fall,

Or that such burdened bosoms moan,

But, hush, be silent—gently grieve,

Though for the heart 'tis good to weep;

And rather bless the Lord of love,

Who in the Heavens her soul will keep.

Her mind, intent to watch and pray,

And ere the spirit left his clay,

Was soaring with the blest on high,

T' enjoy that "rest"—eternal day.

Oh. weep thy sins, thy folly mourn,

And humbly kiss the chast'ning rod,

Not willingly the Lord inflicts,

'Tis kindness from a righteous God.

 

Oct. 3, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. G. R. H. Shumway, Mr. Charles Lee, son of Hon. Joshua Lee, of Penn Yan, to Miss Mary M. Hall, eldest daughter of the late Ambrose Hall, Esq. of the former place.

On the 24th ult., by Rev. Mr. Merrit, Mr. James Reeves to Miss Caroline, daughter of Mr. Luther Sanford, all of Palmyra.

DIED.

In Cleveland, on the 20th, of bilious fever, Mrs. Adelia S. Townsend, wife of N. Townsend, lately from Rochester, N. Y. in the 24th year of her age, after an illness of 5 days.

 

Oct. 3, 1835
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on the 13th inst. by E. Goss, Esq., Mr. Nelson S. Emmons to Miss Matilda, youngest daughter of Dr. R. Lemon, both of Pennfield.

At Hartland, on Monday the 21st inst. by the Rev. Mr. Halsey. Mr. Timothy Wright, third son of Mr. Timothy Wright of Parma, Monroe county, to Miss Mary Ann Almond, eldest daughter of William Almond of Hartland.

In West Bloomfield, on the 20th inst. Mr. Stephen Hendee, merchant, to Miss Lydia Herrick, both of that place.

On the 19th inst. by F. Smith, Esq., Mr. Joseph Vanduzer, to Mrs. Sarah M'Mellon.

In Rochester, on Sunday last, Mr. Burdette Cruthers, of Branford, U. C. formerly of Palmyra, to Miss Irena Springer, of Marion.

In Geneseo, on the 17th inst. by Rev. Mr. Goodrich, Mr. George Ellicot of Mount Morris, to Miss Sarah Hall, of that place.

In West Richmond, Ontario Co. by the Rev. Mr. Huff, of Livonia, Mr. A. C. Dodge, of Le Roy, to Miss P. Bothel, of the former place.

DIED.

Yesterday morning, Sept. 24, Milton Johnson, son of Henry Kennada, aged 13 months and 6 days.

 

Oct. 5, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Geneva, on the 25th ult., Hon Nathan Williams, Clerk of the Supreme Court at that place, aged 62 years. The deceased was for many years a resident of the city of Utica, and late Circuit Judge of the 5th Judicial District of the state.

 

Oct. 6, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At Penfield, on the 3d inst., of scarlet fever, George, son of Leonard and Jane K. Adams, aged 2 years 9 months 14 days.

 

Oct. 7, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the evening of the 5th inst. by Joseph Graham, Esq., Mr. Roderick Chapin, of Homer, to Miss Desdemona Graham, daughter of John Graham, Esq., of Rochester.

At the town of Victor, on the 24th ult., by Azel Berray, Esq., Mr. Dewitt Clinton, eldest son of Enoch Strong, Esq. of Perinton, to Miss Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Bennet, of Victor.

 

Oct. 8, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 6th inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Levi W. Allen, to Miss Harriet Gaul, of this city.

In Greece, Sunday evening, 5th inst. Leut. Col. H. N. Marsh, to Miss Mary Hile, both of Greece.

ONE YARD LIST REWARD.

runaway Run away from the subscriber, on the 1st inst., Erastus Pardee, an Indented Apprentice to the Tailoring business; therefore I forbid all persons harboring or trusting him on my account, as I will pay no debts of his contracting. Said Pardee had on when he went away, a blue coat, drabb pantaloons and camlet cap; and is of a light complexion, about 15 years of age, with sandy hair. His good qualities are yet to be learnt.

W. T. Preston, Rochester, Oct. 8, 1835.

 

Oct. 9, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 7th inst. by Rev. Lyons, Mr. Erasnus D. Moore to Miss Rutley Hall, daughter of Mr. Aaron Hall.

On the same day, by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Hiram Robinson, to Miss Maria Peck, all of this city.

On the 28th inst. by N. Read, Esq., Mr. Albert Towne, to Miss Parmelia Hosley, both of Batavia.

DIED.

In Batavia on the 2nd inst. Susan, consort of Bennet Manvel, aged 23.

 

Oct. 10, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 9th inst., Wm. Parks, son of Wm. Brewster, aged 18 months.

pointing Funeral this day at 10 o'clock, from his residence, Fitzhugh st.

 

Oct. 13, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In thus city, on the morning of the 12th, by the Rev. Henry J. Whithouse, Mr. Francis H. Marshall, to Miss Rebecca Rose.

There's none of all the flowers that bloom,

And throw a wand o'er Fortune's woes.

That yield so much of rich perfume,

As thee, thou ever fragrant Rose. — [Com.]

In Oswego, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Mr. McCarty, Mr. Stephen Reed, of Canandaigua, to Miss Margaret M. Markley, of Oswego.

 

Oct. 16, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 14th inst., by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Eber Kendell, to Miss Harriet D. Bunnell, all of this city.

In Geneva, by elder John Sears, on the 1st inst. Mr. John Ansley, to Miss Sarah W. Emery, all of Seneca.

 

Oct. 17, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Dansville on Wednesday, 7th inst., by Rev. Mr. Walker, Mr. Austin Gardner to Miss Mary Ripley.

In Richmond, Ontario co., on the 2d inst., by Rev. Mr. Huff, of Livonia, Mr. Stepto B. Woodruff, of Almond, Allegany co., to Miss Ann Reed, of the former place.

DIED.

In Mount Morris, on the 12th inst., after a protracted illness, Mr. Eli B. Spencer, aged 49 years.

In Mount Morris, on the 8th inst., Mr. Samuel Millegan, aged 39 years.

In Moscow, on the 13th inst., of consumption, Mr. Timothy Dwight, of Northampton, Mass.

 

Oct. 19, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 15th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Mr. Peleg Ross to Miss Mary Jane Nash, all of Brighton.

On the 17th inst., by Rev. Mr. Mack, Mr. Enos Blossol to Miss Harriet Hill, all of this city.

 

Oct. 22, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

ATTENTION, GUARDS!

guard The members of the Rochester Rifle Guards, are requested to parade at the Monroe House, on Saturday the 24th instant, at 8 o'clock, A. M., in complete uniform, with the exception of Caps, for Target Firings.

Carriages will be in readiness to take the company to Brighton, where a dinner will be provided by Mr. Billinghurst.

By request of the Commandant, S. Hastings, Orderly, Rochester, October 22, 1835.

 

Oct. 23, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the morning of the 21st inst. by the Rev. Mr. Edwards, Mr. Edward L. Barnard, of Monroe, Michigan, to Miss Georgianna Biden, of this city.

In Batavia, on the 18th inst., by J. G. Hoyt, Esq., Mr. Charles G. Camp, to Miss Laura Baker, both of Albion, Orleans Co.

DIED.

In this city, on the 21st inst., of scarlet fever, John William, eldest son of John F. and Mary S. Bush, aged 4 years.

Funeral this afternoon half past 2 o'clock, at their residence State Street. The friends of the family are invited to attend.

In Penfield, on the 9th inst., Mr. John Van Tayl, aged 73 years.

At Perinton, on the 11th inst., of scarlet fever, Lambert B., son of Lambert B. and Sophia Mott, of Brighton, aged 1 year, 8 months and 11 days..

In Batavia, on the 13th inst. Thomas Plate, aged 42.

In Geneva, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Mary Tippets, wife of Col. Wm. Tippets, aged 45.

In Perrysburgh, (Ohio) on the 3d inst. Mr. Thomas Rogers, formerly of Palmyra, and son of the early settlers there, aged about 75.

 

Oct. 24, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the evening of the 22d inst., in Chili, by the Rev. Mr. Edwards, of this city, Mr. Robert M. Long, of Buffalo, to Miss Harriet Lacey, daughter of the Hon. Isaac Lacey.

In Cortland Village, on the 11th inst., by Rev. J. I. Foot, Mr. Jonas G. Prentiss, Merchant of Allegany county, to Miss Francis C., daughter of Deacon John H. Rollo, of the former place.

 

Oct. 26, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 22d inst., by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. John L. Caldwell, to Miss Sylvia Gibbs, of this city.

On the 9th inst., by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. George J. Huckins, to Miss Harriet A. Soule of this city.

 

Oct. 27, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 25th inst.,by the Rev. Mr. Allen, Mr. Lyman W. Metcalf, of Palmyra, to Miss Harriet, daughter of Tho's. Bate, of Gates, Monroe co.

In Palmyra, on the 20th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Townsend, Mr. Morgan Robinson to Miss Lucy E. Booth, both of Macedon. On the 20th, by Elder Jones, Mr. Joseph Harris, of Rochester, to Miss Lucinda Harris, of Marion.

 

Nov. 2, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

Yesterday morning, 1st inst., Augusta, infant daughter of Tho's. Pease, aged 8 months.

Funeral at 2 o'clock this afternoon from his house, corner of Troup and Washington streets.

"As the sweet flower that scents the morn,

But withers in the rising day;

Thus lovely did her morning dawn,—

Thus swiftly fled her life away!" [Com.

 

Nov. 3, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

Shame! Shame! — Lorenzo Bullard, late of Linden, Genesee co., after patronizing the Monroe Democrat to the amount of $4.15, has seen fit to decamp. The Post Master informs us the he "has removed to Illinois."

Another. — David Richardson, late a resident of this city, has cleared out without paying the printer's bill. He owes for the Monroe Democrat $4.10.

 

Nov. 4, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. T. Edwards, Mr. Matthew Parker, of York Centre to Mrs. Sarah M. Allworth, of this city.

 

Nov. 5, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

GERMAN PROTESTANT CHURCH.

pointing I beg leave to announce to the Protestants of this city of Rochester, that Messrs. Isaac Schatzmann and Philipp Kern are duly authorized to gather subscriptions from the Protestant brethren for the purpose of aiding the German Protestant Congregation under my pastorial care, in erecting a house for public worship, on a lot of ground liberally given for that purpose, by Col. A. W. Riley. The grant of the lot of ground is affixed to the subscription list, in the hand writing of Col. Riley.

W. A. Fetter, Pastor of the German Protest. Congr., Rochester, November 5, 1835.

 

Nov. 6, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Brooklyn, on the 29th inst., by his honor the Mayor, Mr. Edward B. Coleman, of the firm of E. R. & J. Coleman, of this city, to Miss Lucretia Marshall, of the former place.

 

Nov. 9, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In New York on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Sprague, Rev. William Mack, pastor of the third Presbyterian Church in this city, to Miss Elizabeth Bingham, of New york.

In Covington, on Sunday the 11th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Peck, of Le Roy, Mr. Scuyler Harris, to Miss Hannah Sherman, both of the former place.

At Bethany, on the 24th ult. M. Benand Kelsey of Alexander, to Miss Betsey Hodger of Covington.

 

Nov. 13, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Strykersville, Genesee co. on the 3d inst. by Rev. A. Blanchard, Mr. Ebenezer Walker, of the firm of Olmstead & Walker, of Geneseo, to Miss Frances D. Blanchard.

In Castile, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. H. Fuller, Mr. Daniel M. Talman, to Miss Hannah Willis, all of Castile.

Also, on the 4th inst., by the same, at the same place, Mr. Truman Shepard, formerly of Avon, to Miss Eliza Willis.

The Printers were not forgotten.

In Castile, Genesee co. on the 29th July, by the Rev. Mr. Fuller, Mr. Philander Bowers to Miss Cornelia Willis.

On the 19th Sept. ny the same, Mr. Gilbert N. Willis, to Miss Lovica Tallman, all of Castile.

In South Avon, Liv. co., on the 5th inst. by the Rev. Wm. C. Wisner, of Avon, Mr. Charles Norton, of Geneseo, to Miss Mary Jane Wilson, of S. Avon.

In Castile, on the 26th July, by Geo. B. Chase, Esq., Mr. Ira Wood, to Miss Maria Tripp, all of Castile.

In Avon, on the 21st ult. by the Rev. Hail Whiting, of Geneseo, Mr. Curtis Lervey, to Miss Carolina Merchant, both of Avon.

 

Nov. 14, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Holley on the 6th inst., by the Rev. Samuel W. May, Mr. Samuel H. Nay to Miss Sally Masten, daughter of Mr. James Masten.

DIED.

In Albion, on the 6th instant, Harriet Augusta, daughter of Mr. Charles Baker, aged 2 years.

 

Nov. 14, 1835
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

At Strykersville, Genesee co. on the 3d inst. by Rev. A. Blanchard, Mr. Ebenezer Walker, of the firm of Olmstead & Walker, of Geneseo, to Miss Frances D. Blanchard.

In Castile, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. H. Fuller, Mr. Daniel M. Talman, to Miss Hannah Willis, all of Castile.

 

Nov. 16, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Lyons, on the 5th, by Rev. Mr. Hubbell, Charles Bacon to Julia Bradley, all of that place.

In Aurora, Erie co. on the 4th, by Rev. Mr. Baldwin, Reuben McCreery, of Mount Morris, to Susan Barker.

 

Nov. 17, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Parma, on the 5th inst., by Rev. Mr. Hall, Mr. Hiram Taylor, to Miss Carolina Fish.

In Darien, on the 5th, John L. Brown, of Pembroke, to Eliza A. Colby, of the former place.

 

Oct. 18, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 13th inst., by the Rev. H. B. Dodge, Capt. Robert Sherman, to Miss Sally Ann Doty, all of Greece.

DIED.

In Geneva, on the 8th inst., Gen. George Goundry, aged 50 years — many years President of the Board of Trustees, and one of the Agents in the Pulteney Estate Land Office.

In Dover, Ohio, November, 1, of consumption, Hepsey Brown, wife of Asa Brown.

Editors in Ontario, Genesee and Livingston co's, N. Y. are requested to notice the above.

 

Nov. 20, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city last evening, by the Rev. Tryon Edwards, Lieut. A. R. Hetzel, of the U. S. Army, to Miss Margaret P. Jack, of this city.

In Auburn, Erie co., on the 4th inst., by Rev. Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Reuben McCreery, of Mount Morris, to Miss Susan Barker, of the former place.

In Geneseo, by Elder Seger, Mr. Alexander E. Stiver to Miss Matilda Shackleton.

DIED.

At York Centre, on the morning of the 12th inst., Charlotte Lancaster, 2d daughter of Dr. Joseph Tozier, aged 4 years and 4 months. Her death was occasioned by her apron taking fire in the school room, and communicating the flames to the rest of her clothes. Teachers, take care of your students.

 

Nov. 21, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Barre, on the 22d ult. by the Rev. W. Metcalf, Nathaniel Boynton, of Buffalo, to Miss Louisa Prost, of the former place. By the same at the Orleans House in Albion, on the 10th inst. Mr. George Hood, of Ridgeway. to Miss Margaret Base, of Barre. By the same, on the 12th inst. Mr. John Mason, to Miss Elmira Knapp, both of this town.

In Le Roy, on the 9th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Metcalf, Mr. D. D. Waite, Editor of the Advocate Batavia, to Miss Elma Anderson, of the former place.

In Batavia, by the Rev. Mr. Bolles, Mr. G. W. Lewis, to Miss Mary Blodgett, both of that village. On the 11th inst. by the same, Horace U. Soper, Esq. to Miss Sophrona Allen, both of that village. On the 12th inst. by Elder Rollin, Mr. Joel C. Thurston, merchant, of Byron, to Miss Myranda Seymour, of Batavia.

In Mumfordville, on the 20th ult. by the Rev. S. Chessman, Joshua Field, Esq. of Brockport, to Miss Delia Marsh, of Caledonia.

At Newstead, by the Rev. Mr. Crook, Mr. Ichabod Crane, to Miss Susannah Hook.

By hook or crook

This loving pair

Are bound in Wedlock's chain:

What is a hook

Without a crook

Or Hook without a Crane?

DIED.

In West Mendon, on the 8th inst., Amelia A., daughter of Col. Elias Smith, aged 17 years.

In Moscow, Livingston Co. on the 13th Oct. the Rev. Timothy Dwight, son of Cecil Dwight, of Northampton, Mass.

 

Nov. 23, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

On Sunday, 22d inst. of scarlet fever, Mary Stuart, dau. of James Buchan, aged four years and three months.

Funeral from his residence on Elizabeth street, at half past 2 o'clock this afternoon.

At East Bloomfield, on the 8th inst. Deacon Amos Brunson, aged 75 years — a soldier of the revolutionary war.

 

Nov. 26, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Stockton, Chautauque co. Phenas Bidwell, aged 77 — a soldier of the revolution and a pensioner.

 

Nov. 30, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

By the Rev. E. Mead, Mr. Dorus Hingston, of Le Roy. to Beiscy S. Parker, of Stafford.

In Wheatland, on the 24th instant, by Gen. Brown, Esq., Mr. B. Titus of Le Roy, to Miss Sarah Ann Lawson, of the former place.

DIED.

In Stockton, Chautauque co. Phenas Bidwell, aged 77 — a soldier of the revolution and a pensioner.

 

Dec. 2, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

$40 REWARD.

STOLEN from the subscriber, in Lima, Livingston Co., on the 24th Nov. last by Ira Wilaby and Henry Edwards, one span of small Black MARES, short switch tails; one light SLEIGH, made for one or two horses, painted a light brown, and ornamented with gold leaf, the pole belonged to a Buggy Wagon, and was painted green, and tied up with a rope. Also a Buffalo robe with the letters A. Y. marked on it with black ink. Said Wilaby is of a light complexion, about 24 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches in height; he has drove stage for Greenleaf, at Canandaigua, also at Niagara, Lewiston, and other parts of Canada. He had on when he left, a fur cap, blue coat and grey pantaloons.

Said Edwards was of a light complexion, dark hair had a scar on his face near his eye, wore a white wool hat, snuff colored frock coat, and fustion pantaloons. The above reward will be given by the subscribers for the security of the thieves and property, or a proportionate sum for either the thieves or any part of the property.

John Beers, J. Dunn, Lima, December 2, 1835.

 

Dec. 3, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

Last evening, Dec. 2 by the Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Peter Cherry to Miss Sabra Cook. all of this city.

 

Dec. 4, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 3d inst. ny the Rev. P. Church, Mr. Benjamin Robinson, to Miss Sarah F. Sherman, all of this city.

In Seneca, on the 19th inst., Mr. Platt B. Dickerson, of Lyons, Wayne Co., N. Y. to Miss Eliza Harford, of the former place.

At Fort Jackson, N. Y. Oct. 22, on board canal boat Geneseo, Mr. Thomas Mayuhood, of Saratoga, to Mrs. Smith, a widow lady from Ohio. the lady came on board at Buffalo, and the gentleman at Jordan—strangers to each other. After a long courtship of one hundred and forty three miles, they proceeded to tie the nuptial knot—a magistrate at Fort Jackson officiating.

DIED.

The Hon. Robert S. Rose, died about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, Nov. 24th, at Butt's Hotel, Waterloo, within about 15 or 20 minutes after being taken ill. We understand he had just dined with a company of the Judges of the Court (in session at that place) and other gentlemen, in the full enjoyment of his usual health. Mr. Rose was one of the first and most influential men in Western New York. He has filled many important public stations, with honor to himself and country. His death is a public loss, and will be hearty lamented by many, with his family and private friends. — Seneca Falls Adv.

 

Dec. 7, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In the town of Brighton, on the second inst., Mrs. Laura Morse, consort of Ezekiel Morse, Esq. aged about 40.

As a woman, she was surpassed by but a few, either in intellectual endowments, or the cultivation of the moral powers.

In her social habits, she was cheerful and interesting, and in her attention to domestic interests unremitting.

But as a christian she excelled. The uniformity of her pious conduct in health; her patient resignation during a long protracted sickness and her triumph in death, all conspire to place her name on the list of the brightest ornaments of the church.

She was this day consigned to the dust, followed by a large concourse of relatives and friends, whose tears testified how highly they appreciated her worth. — Communicated.

 

Dec. 14, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, by the Rev. J. B. Richardson, Dr. Philander Patterson to Miss Emily C. Stevenson.

In Farmersville, Seneca co., by the Rev. U. B. Miller, Mr. Ezekiel Smith, merchant, of Barre Centre, to Miss Clarinda Almy, of the former place.

DIED.

In this city, on the 27th ult., Mr. George A. Bristol, of Perinton, aged 22 years.

 

Dec. 16, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At Mendon, on the 10th of Dec., Mrs. Sophia Gillet, consort of Joshua Gillet, aged 58 years.

 

Dec. 18, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Chili by the Rev. R. Pratt, Mr. George L. Smith, to Miss Sophia Bead.

In Lima, Genesee Co. by the Rev. Mr. White, Mr. Roderick Bosworth, to Miss Cynthia Gurthrie.

DIED.

In this city, on the 14th inst., Mrs. Anna Crocker, aged 68 years.

 

Dec. 22, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Mount Morris, on the 10th, by the Rev. Mr. Goodrich, Mr. Sherwood Hulland, to Miss Lucy Ann Hays.

In the same town, same day. by Elder Warner Lake, Mr. Elisha Mosher, to Mrs. Catharine Vanderhook.

In Parma, on the 13th, by the Rev. Wm. Barrett, Mr. Stephen Clark, of Buffalo, to Miss Mary Vider, of this city.

 

Dec. 23, 1835
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 17th inst., by Rev. Mr. Gay, Mr. Samuel A. Truel to Miss Mary D. Fuller, all of this city.

 

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