Marriages and Deaths from Rochester Newspapers
Jan. 1, 1836 - June. 30, 1836

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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 for 1836.
  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. Rochester Public Library has a microfilm that has most of the issues for 1836.
  3. The Rochester Gem (semi-monthly) was published 1829 - 1843. The Rochester Public Library has the volume for 1836 online.
  4. Rochester Daily Democrat was published from Jan. 1833 - 1870. Rochester Public Library has a microfilm that has most of the issues for 1836.
  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 (weekly) was published from Aug. 1835 to 1836. Rochester Public Library has a microfilm that has issues from Feb. 20 - April 23, 1836. They also have issues from April 2 - July 16, 1836 online.

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

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

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

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Jan. 4, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In the New Episcopal Methodist Church, in this city, at 12 o'clock new year's eve, by the Rev. Allen A. Steele, Mr. Van Rensselaer Cook, printer, to Miss Deborah Jane Tinkham.

On the evening of the 1st inst., Mr. John Robinson, to Miss Mary Voke, both of this city.

"Together may they sweetly live,

Together may they die,

And each a starry crown receive

And mount above the sky."

DIED.

On the morning of the first inst. Susan Murdock, youngest daughter of Geo. A. and Frances A. Avery, aged one year and eleven months.

"Lovely babe, thy days are ended,

All thy joyous days below;

Go! by angel guards attended,

To the arms of Jesus go!"

At the residence of Gen. Hubbard, in this city, on Friday evening January 1st, 1836, Mr. George A. Sibley, in the 27th year of his age.

A brief notice of the sickness and death of Mr. Sibley may be interesting to his friends, and a help to those who hereafter may be attacked like him. In October 1833, Mr. S. was attacked with a violent cold, which, as it was "nothing but a cold," he suffered to run unchecked for several days. Finding at length that it increased, he applied to a physician who administered his remedy, and in a few days the patient partially recovered and went to his business. Again the disease gathered new strength, and again the patient applying for relief partially recovered — and this state of ups and downs continued for about nine months, the patient recovering less and less from each repeated attack. In January, 1834, he lost his natural voice, and afterwards talked in a hoarse tone. This hoarseness never left him till death — indeed for some time previous to his death his speech became almost destroyed, and he was obliged to make known his wants by writing upon a slate. Little did he, or his friends dream that in what was supposed to be "nothing but a cold," there was wrapped up the scorching fires of consumption! Little did they think that he was to be driven from place to place, through peril, and beyond his native country in search of health and quiet — to be lashed at every step, and torn piece-meal and find rest for his ghastly skeleton only in the grave! But so it proved.

In the month of June, 1834, Mr. S. made a tour through Canada to Michigan and Ohio on horseback. From this tour he returned somewhat better, and his friends hoped permanently so; but it proved otherwise.

In the September following, he went to the sea side, where, after spending a few weeks, and gaining no benefit, his physicians advised him to take ship for Matanzas, in the Island of Cuba, which he did; and here he remained until April of 1835, when he returned again to his friends. But the blight was still there! The little scorn of a "cold," had become the tall oak of disease! — and the dark speck that first appeared in the distance almost too far to be perceptible, had become the black and angry closed that covered the whole horizon of hope!

But there is a brighter side to this picture. Amid the ruins of the natural body, the soul, we trust, was preparing itself for a "more glorious body." The blazing crucible of affliction but brightened it, and made it pant for those mansions where Christ had prepared for it an everlasting rest. He died leaning his head and his hopes upon the Savior; and has left an aged mother, a young wife, and a numerous circle of kindred and friends to mourn his early departure.

 

Jan. 4, 1836
Rochester Republican

Died — At the residence of Gen. Hubbard, in this city, on Friday evening January 1st, 1836, Mr. George A. Sibley, in the 27th year of his age.

A brief notice of the sickness and death of Mr. Sibley may be interesting to his friends, and a help to those who hereafter may be attacked like him. In October 1833, Mr. S. was attacked with a violent cold, which, as it was "nothing but a cold," he suffered to run unchecked for several days. Finding at length that it increased, he applied to a physician who administered his remedy, and in a few days the patient partially recovered and went to his business. Again the disease gathered new strength, and again the patient applying for relief partially recovered — and this state of ups and downs continued for about nine months, the patient recovering less and less from each repeated attack. In January, 1834, he lost his natural voice, and afterwards talked in a hoarse tone. This hoarseness never left him till death — indeed for some time previous to his death his speech became almost destroyed, and he was obliged to make known his wants by writing upon a slate. Little did he, or his friends dream that in what was supposed to be "nothing but a cold," there was wrapped up the scorching fires of consumption! Little did they think that he was to be driven from place to place, through peril, and beyond his native country in search of health and quiet — to be lashed at every step, and torn piece-meal and find rest for his ghastly skeleton only in the grave! But so it proved.

In the month of June, 1834, Mr. S. made a tour through Canada to Michigan and Ohio on horseback. From this tour he returned somewhat better, and his friends hoped permanently so; but it proved otherwise.

In the September following, he went to the sea side, where, after spending a few weeks, and gaining no benefit, his physicians advised him to take ship for Matanzas, in the Island of Cuba, which he did; and here he remained until April of 1835, when he returned again to his friends. But the blight was still there! The little scorn of a "cold," had become the tall oak of disease! — and the dark speck that first appeared in the distance almost too far to be perceptible, had become the black and angry closed that covered the whole horizon of hope!

But there is a brighter side to this picture. Amid the ruins of the natural body, the soul, we trust, was preparing itself for a "more glorious body." The blazing crucible of affliction but brightened it, and made it pant for those mansions where Christ had prepared for it an everlasting rest. He died leaning his head and his hopes upon the Savior; and has left an aged mother, a young wife, and a numerous circle of kindred and friends to mourn his early departure.

 

Jan. 7, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the evening of the 5th, by the Rev. Mr. Steel, Mr. John Stroup, to Miss Mary Ann Davis, all of this city.

At Scottsville, November 19th, James M. Morrill, M.D. of Franklin, recently of Erie co. N. Y. to Miss Dolly A. Nichols, of Scottsville, formerly of Canandaigua, N. Y.

 

Jan. 8, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Savoy, on the 8th ult. Mr. H. A. Delevan, merchant, to Miss Mary T., daughter of Isaac Q. Leake, Esq.

 

Jan. 11, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On Monday the 4th inst. at East Bethany, Genesee co. N. Y. by the Rev. R. Whiting, Mr. Wm. H. Van Eps, Merchant of Brockport, to Miss Charlotte B., daughter of Josiah Churchill, Esq. of the former place.

Also, at the same time and place, by the Rev. R. Whiting, Mr. Martin I. Barnett to Miss Sarah E. Crocker, both of Brockport.

Also, at East Bethany, at the same time, by the Rev. R. Whiting, Mr. Erastus Root to Miss Dela Ann, daughter of Mr. W. Davis, all of Brockport.

At Allegan, Michigan, on the 25th Dec. last, by the Rev. Wm. Jones, Geo. Y. Warner, Esq., late of Florida, to Mrs. Priscella F. Williams of this city.

DIED.

In Geneva, on the 21st ult. at the residence of C. A. Cook, Miss Maria Cook, aged nearly 57 years.

In Canandaigua. on the 22d ult. Mr. Charles C. Chapen, aged 21 years.

 

Jan. 12, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 29th December, by the Rev. Henry J. Whitehouse, Mr. Albert Ball to Miss Charlotte Hull, both of this city.

On the 24th ult. by Elder Sears, Mr. Martin Frazer to Mrs. Agnes Logan, all of Geneva.

By the same, on the 31st ult. Mr. Benjamin Lefurge to Miss Sophia Freer, both of Seneca.

 

Jan. 12, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Perinton, on the 30th ult., by Rev. T. Parker, Mr. George Southworth to Miss Almeda Conant, both of Perinton.

On the 4th inst., at East Bethany, Genesee by the Rev. R. Whiting, Mr. Wm. H. Van Eps, merchant of Brockport, to Miss Charlotte B., daughter of Josiah Churchill, Esq. of the former place.

At the same time and place, by the same, Mr. Martin S. Barnett to Miss Sarah E. Crocker, all of Brockport.

At the same time and place, by the same, Mr. Erastus Root to Miss Delia Ann, daughter of Mr. W. Davis, all of Brockport.

DIED.

In Warsaw, on the 1st inst. Gen Almond Stevens, aged 44 years. Gen. Stevens was an upright and honorable man, and his loss will be severely felt in the community in which he lived.

 

Jan. 13, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Batavia, on the 31st ult. by the Rev. Mr. Bolles, Mr. David A. Hadley to Miss Ann M'Cue, both of Churchville.

In this city, on the 7th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Lyon, Mr. Linus E. Harris to Miss Jane Histed, all of this city.

 

Jan. 14, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

Also, at the same time and place, by the Rev. Wm. Jones, Alexander L. Ely, Esq. late of this city, to Miss Mary Ann Wallace Weare, late of Vermont.

At Allegan, Michigan, on the 25th Dec. last, by the Rev. Wm. Jones, Geo. Y. Warner, Esq., late of Florida, to Mrs. Priscella F. Williams of this city.

In Chili, on the 11th inst. by Moses Sperry, Esq. Mr. Julius Brace, of Linden, Genesee county, to Miss Susan M., daughter of Doct. B. Gillet, of the former place.

In Farmington, Ontario co. on the 2d inst. by Ezra Pierce, Esq., Lilly Stafford to Susan Patch.

DIED.

In Palmyra, on the 7th, Miss Margaret Southworth, formerly of Penfield.

 

Jan. 18, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Sandy Creek, on the 12th, by H. Hubbard, Esq. Mr. Alonzo Banister to Miss Julia Brockway, both of Brockport.

DIED.

In Palmyra on the 9th Miss Margaret Todd, aged 19 years. In the same town, on the 12th Mr. Nathan Parshall, in the 70th year of his age. Also on the 14th, William Rogers, senior, esq. aged 82 years — both pioneers, having emigrated hither while this whole region was a wilderness.

 

Jan. 19, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Rushville, Yates co., on Saturday morning, the 16th inst. in a fit of apoplexy, Mrs. Eliza Ann, wife of Ephraim Gilbert, and daughter of Lewis C. and Hannah Cook, aged 28 years, all of this city.

pointing Printers in Genesee county will confer a favor on the relatives of Mrs. Gilbert, by copying the above.

In Pittsford, the 13th of 1st mo. 1836, in the 45th year of her age, Rhonda J. Pound, wife of Jacob Pound, late keeper of Monroe County Poor House, and daughter of John Jones, who emigrated from Nantucket with his family into Ontario county in the year 1800. She died of a scrofulous affection, which raged with great violence for several months, the last two of which she was confined to her bed. She was a woman of strong mind and clear understanding, and bore her sufferings with fortitude and resignation becoming a christian, patiently awaiting her change.

 

Jan. 19, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 29th December, by the Rev. Mr. Whitehouse, Mr. Albert Ball to Miss Charlotte Hull, both of this city.

 

Jan. 21, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 20th inst. by Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. George A. Wilkins to Miss Julia Ann Weaver, all of this city.

On the 20th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Richardson, Mr. Lorenzo Winslow to Miss Nancy Carver, all of Pittsford.

 

Jan. 22, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 20th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Richardson, Mr. Lorenzo Winslow to Miss Nancy A. Carver, all of Pittsford.

On the morning of the 21st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Edwards, Mr. John B. Dewey to Miss Phebe Ann Johnson, both of this city.

In Batavia, on the 3d ult., between sunset and dark, by the Rev. Mr. Pratt, Joshua Ried, of Pembroke, to Miss Sarah Carpenter of Batavia. On the 16th, by C. M. Russel, Esq., Mr. Alexander Hamilton to Miss Charlotte Hyde, of Bethany.

 

Jan. 23, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Chili, on the 21st inst., by Rev. Silas Pratt, Mr. Cyrus Andrews to Mrs. Rhonda Crayton.

Also on the 17th inst. by the same, Mr. Philander Hall of Boston, Mass., to Miss Ann Bacon, of Chili.

In Mount Morris, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hull, Mr. Samuel A. Williams, to Miss Eliza Denison.

 

Jan. 23, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 7th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. Linus E. Harris to Miss Jane Histed, all of this city.

On the 29th December, by the Rev. Henry J. Whitehouse, Mr. Albert Ball to Miss Charlotte Hull, both of this city.

On the morning of the 21st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Edwards, Mr. John B. Dewey to Miss Phebe Ann Johnson, both of this city.

On the 20th inst. by the Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. George A. Wilkins to Miss Julia Ann Weaver, all of this city.

On the 20th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Richardson. Mr. Lorenzo Winslow to Miss Nancy A. Carver, all of Pittsford.

In Chili, on the 11th inst. by Moses Sperry, Esq. Mr. Julius Brace, of Linden, Genesee county, to Miss Susan M., daughter of Doct. B. Gillet, of the former place.

At Sandy Creek, on the 12th, by H. Hubbard, Esq. Mr. Alonzo Banister to Miss Julia Brockway, both of Brockport.

In Batavia, on the 31st ult. by the Rev. Mr. Bolles, Mr. David A. Hadley to Miss Ann M'Cue, both of Churchville.

On the 6th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hough, Mr. Charles Brooks to Miss Betsey Harrison, all of Livonia.

 

Jan. 26, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the morning of the 21st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Edwards, Mr. John W. Dewey to Miss Phebe Johnson, all of this city.

In this city, on the 14th inst., by Rev. Mr. Church, Capt. Alanson Stilwell to Miss Maria Blount.

In Chili, on the 21st inst., Mr. Cyrus Andrews to Mrs. Rhonda Crayton.

Also on the 17th inst., Mr. Philander Hall of Boston, Mass., to Miss Anne Bacon, of Chili.

On the 14th inst. in Leicester, Liv. co., by the Rev. Mr. Gridley, Mr. Albert Halsted to Miss Catharine M., daughter of Jacob Cropsey.

 

Jan. 28, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In East Avon, Livingston Co., on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Sterns, John F. Whitbeck, M.D. to Miss Elizabeth Abagail, only daughter of Taber Ward, Esq., all of Avon.

In Geneseo on the 24th inst., by the Rev. O. C. Bartlett, Mr. John Marsh, to Miss Sarah Cotton.

 

Jan. 29, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

Last evening, Jan. 28, by the Rev. Wm. Mack, Mr. Louis Chapin to Miss Mary M., daughter of Doct. James W. Smith, all of this city.

In this city, Dec. 27, by the Rev. Elon Galusha, Mr. Vincent S. Milks, of Riga, to Miss Mary Ann Kipp, of Whitestown.

On the 23d inst., by the Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. John Bowman, to Miss Nancy Potter, all of this city.

At the Eagle Tavern in this city, on the 23d inst., by Alderman Lathrop, Mr. George Humphrey, to Miss Cynthia Ann Bristol, both from the district of Niagara, U. C.

DIED.

In Geneseo, on the 22d inst., Mrs. Triphena, wife of Silas Whitney, aged 69 years.

On Saturday the 23d inst., after a severe illness of about a week. Albert H. son of Mr. Harlow Beach, aged 7 years.

In Riga, on the 17th inst., Deacon Samuel Morse, aged 42 years.

The disease which terminated his life was of the pulmonary kind, and of long standing, and extremely distressing, especially towards the close of his life. But through faith in the atoneing blood of his adorable Savior—on which he alone relied for pardon and salvation—he was enabled to endure cheerfully all that his Lord and Master laid upon him to try his faith, and patience, and love, and at last, to triumph over death and the grave, knowing that he should "awake in his likeness and be satisfied." — Communicated.

 

Feb. 2, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 28th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Mack, Mr. Louis Chapin to Miss Mary M., daughter of Dr. James W. Smith, all of this city.

On the 20th ult., by the Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. George A. Wilkin to Miss Julia Ann Weaver, all of this city.

On the 23d ult., by the Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. John Bowman, to Miss Nancy Potter, all of this city.

At the Eagle Tavern in this city, on the 23d ult., by Ald. Lathrop, Mr. George Humphrey, to Miss Cyntha Ann Bristol, both from the District of Niagara, U. C.

DIED.

In this city, on the 25th ult., Mrs. Julia D. Burr, wife of Mr. Alexander J. Burr, and daughter of Mr. Harry Pratt, in the 24th year of her age.

In this city, on the 22d ult., Mrs. Sophia Havill, wife of Dr. Thomas Havill, aged 27 years.

In Riga, on the 17th ult., Deacon Samuel Morse, aged 42 years.

The disease which terminated his life was of the pulmonary kind, and of long standing, and extremely distressing, especially towards the close of his life. But through faith in the atoneing blood of his adorable Saviour—on which alone he relied for pardon and salvation—he was enabled to endure cheerfully all that his Lord and Master laid upon him to try his faith, and patience, and love, and at last, to triumph over death and the grave, knowing that he should "awake in his likeness and be satisfied." — Communicated.

 

Feb. 6, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

The evening of Jan. 28th, by Rev. Wm. Mack, Mr. Louis Chapin to Miss Mary M., daughter of Doct. James W. Smith, all of this city.

In this city, Dec. 27, by the Rev. Elon Galusha, Mr. Vincent S. Milks, of Riga, to Miss Mary Ann Kipp, of Whitestown.

On the 23d inst., by the Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. John Bowman, to Miss Nancy Potter, all of this city.

At the Eagle Tavern in this city, on the 23d inst., by Alderman Lathrop, Mr. George Humphrey, to Miss Cynthia Ann Bristol, both from the district of Niagara, U. C.

In East Avon, Livingston Co., on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Sterns, John F. Whitbeck, M.D. to Miss Elizabeth Abagail, only daughter of Taber Ward, Esq., all of Avon.

In Geneseo on the 24th inst., by the Rev. O. C. Bartlett, Mr. John Marsh, to Miss Sarah Cotton.

At Mentz, Cayuga county, on the 26th inst., by Rev. John Jeffries, Mr. Samuel Swain, Jr., merchant of Nunda Valley, Allegany Co., to Miss Cynthia Jeffries, of the former plaace.

 

Feb. 8, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

The friends and acquaintances of Isaac W. Hawley are requested to attend the funeral of his deceased wife this afternoon at 2 o'clock. from the Brick Church.

Sermon by the Rev. Mr. Parr, of Auburn.

DIED.

In this city on the 5th inst. in a fit of apoplexy, Mr. Hanford Hoyt, aged 28 years.

 

Feb. 9, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 4th inst., at the Blossom House in this city, by N. Draper, Esq., Mr. Asa Mann to Miss Joann Armstrong, both of Carlton, Orleans co.

DIED.

In this city, on the 7th instant, Mrs. Hawley, wife of Isaac W. Hawley.

In Mendon, on the 17th ult., Mrs. Mary Ball, consort of G. O. Ball, aged 52. She left a family of an aged husband and seven children to mourn her loss in life. She was beloved and in death lamented.

 

Feb. 10, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Starkey, Yates county, on the evening of the 10th ult., Miss Esther Bennett, aged 37 years, one of the proprietors of the Penn Yan Democrat.

In this city on the 5th inst. in a fit of apoplexy, Mr. Hanford Hoyt, aged 28 years.

 

Feb. 11, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 29th ult., by Rev. Mr. O'Reily, William H. Groot to Jane M'Intyre.

In York, on the 4th, by Rev. Justus Gage, Mr. Robert Brown, to Miss Almira Russ, daughter of Aaron Russ, Esq.

DIED.

In Palmyra, on the 6th inst. very suddenly, Mr. Peletiah West, much beloved by all who knew him.

 

Feb. 13, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 11th ult., at Middlebury, Genesee co. by Elder I. Elliott, Mr. Benjamin N. Benedict, of the firm of Benedict & Goold, of Holley, to Miss Adelia Thomas, of the former place.

In Batavia, on the 3d inst., by Rev. E. Clark. Mr. Levi Nichols to Miss Margaret A. Schuyler.

In Bethany, on the 3d inst. by Rev. S. Whiting, Mr. Dan L. Worthington, merchant, to Miss Indianna L. Pearsons, both of Bethany.

In Angelica, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hall. Mr. Samuel Carpenter, to Miss Susan A. Smith, all of that place.

DIED.

In East Bloomfield, on Saturday the 6th instant, Benj. Wheeler, aged 72 years, of a long and very distressing lameness in one leg, which he bore with christian patience and great fortitude.

In West Bloomfield, on Sunday evening last, Mr. David Pillsbury, aged 72. He was a revolutionary pensioner.

In Canandaigua, on the 5th inst., of consumption, Mariah, daughter of the late Spencer Chapin, aged 17 years.

 

Feb. 16, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city on Sunday evening, the 14th inst., Sophia Harriet, aged 21 years, eldest daughter of Harvey Montgomery, Esq.

 

Feb. 16, 1836
Rochester Republican

INFORMATION WANTED.

pointing Henry McCarty, aged 32 years, has been living at Rochester. His sister Jane, now residing in Buffalo, Erie co., N. Y., requests that any person who can inform her where he now resides, would address such information to the Editors of the Buffalo Republican. February 12, 1836.

MARRIED.

On the 4th instant, by Elder David Millard, Capt. Harvey Brace to Miss Hannah P. Thompson, all of this city.

On the 9th ult., by the Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, Mr. Peter Tone to Miss Mary Anne Murray — and Mr. Edward Kavanagh to Miss Mary Anne Tone, all of this city.

 

Feb. 18, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Scottsville, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Lewis Cheeseman, Mr. Milton Hurlbut to Miss Sally Hammond, both of Scottsville.

DIED.

At Auburn, on the 12th instant, Rev. Matthew Larue Perine, D. D., one of the Professors in the Auburn Seminary.

 

Feb. 19, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

JUNEVILE THIEF!

Lost, and supposed to be stolen from the house, of the subscriber, one mile north of Culver's, on Thursday the 18th, SEVEN or EIGHT DOLLARS in specie—mostly in half dollar pieces. The lad who probably took the money, came to the house a week ago, and wishing to get employment—said his name was WILLIAM JOHNSON—had worked in the city for a cooper named O'Donoughue—about 12 years of age—wore clean white roundabout—dark fucian trousers—cloth cap—had a bright red scar on the off cheek or lip near the end of his nose, nearly as large as a shilling. Whoever will give information to E. W. Collins, on the bridge or to the subscriber, which may lead either to the recovery of the money or detection of the thief; shall be liberally rewarded.

ISAAC RICHARDS,
Brighton, February 18, 1836.

 

Feb. 20, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 29th ult., by Rev. Mr. O'Reily, William H. Groot to Jane M'Intyre.

In Scottsville, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Lewis Cheeseman, Mr. Milton Hurlbut to Miss Sally Hammond, both of Scottsville.

In Brighton, on the 18th inst. by the Rev. L. K. Knapp, Mr. Franklin J. Worcester, of this city, late of Vermont, to Miss Harriet Boothe, of Brighton.

In York, on the 4th, by Rev. Justus Gage, Mr. Robert Brown, to Miss Almira Russ, daughter of Aaron Russ, Esq.

On the 11th ult., at Middlebury, Genesee co. by Elder I. Elliot, Mr. Benjamin N. Benedict, of the firm of Benedict & Goold, of Holley, to Miss Adelia Thomas, of the former place.

In Batavia, on the 3d inst., by Rev. E. Clark. Mr. Levi Nichols to Miss Margaret A. Schuyler.

In Bethany, on the 3d inst. by Rev. S. Whiting, Mr. Dan L. Worthington, merchant, to Miss Indianna L. Pearsons, both of Bethany.

In Angelica, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hall. Mr. Samuel Carpenter, to Miss Susan A. Smith, all of that place.

 

Feb. 20, 1836
World As It Is

MARRIED—On the 18th inst. by the Rev. L. K. Knapp, Mr. Franklin J. Worcester, of Rochester, late of Vermont, to Miss Harriet Boothe, of Brighton.

 

Feb. 22, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In the Baptist meeting house at Groton village, Tompkins co., on the 14th inst., by Eld. J. S. Bachus. Elder Henry V. Jones, pastor of the Baptist Church in Palmyra, to Miss Eliza Williams, of the former place.

DIED.

In this city, on the 17th inst., Cora E., aged 5 years—and on the 19th inst., Emma C., aged 2 years and 6 months—both the daughters of Darius and Elizabeth Perrin.

 

Feb. 23, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 16th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Copeland, Mr. Calvin Nobles, of Rush, to Miss Harriet Winman, of this city.

DIED.

In this city, on Sunday morning, 21st inst., Thomas Childs, Jr., formerly of Middletown, son of Thomas Child, of Middle Haddam, Ct.

pointing The relations and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral this Morning, at 10 o'clock, from the late residence Franklin Square.

 

Feb. 23, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Greece, on Thursday the 11th instant, by Elder Dodge, Mr. Harvey Carpenter, of Hopewell, Ontario Co., to Miss Sarah Sperry, daughter of Deacon Ira Sperry.

In Scottsville, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. Lewis Cheeseman, Mr. Milton Hurlbut to Miss Sally Hammond, both of Scottsville.

DIED.

In this city, on Sunday evening the 14th inst., Sophia Harriet, aged 21 years, eldest daughter of Harvey Montgomery, Esq.

In this city, on the 17th inst., Cora E., aged 5 years, and on the 19th inst., Emma C., aged 2 years and 6 months, both the daughters of Darius and Elizabeth Perrin.

At Auburn, on the 12th instant, Rev. Matthew Larue Perine, D. D., one of the Professors in the Auburn Seminary.

 

Feb. 25, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

Suddenly, on Sunday evening, 22d inst. of inflammation on the brain, Mrs. Laurena, wife of Mr. Chandler Pease, aged 17 years.

It is a few weeks since she became a bride, but she has been called to lay aside her bridal garments, for those of the tomb. Her sudden demise brings to mind most forcibly the remark, that "in the midst of life we are in death." — Com.

 

Feb. 28, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 21st inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Almeron Bowdish to Miss Sally Hooker.

By the same on the 24th inst. Mr. James J. Culver to Miss Catharine Hagerman, all of this city.

In Scottsburg, on the 21st inst., by William Scott, Esq., Mr. Jesse Mapes, to Miss Mary Platt, all of Springwater.

In Leicester, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. Alexander Blaikie, Mr. Robert Dow, of York, to Miss Sarah Wooster, of the former place.

DIED.

In York, on the 21st inst. Elder Josiah Goddard, formerly of Honway, Mass., aged 68 years.

 

March 1, 1836
Rochester Republican

pointing Henry Lewis who left this city in December last, is informed, should this meet his eye, that his wife, now resident here, is anxious for his return, or at least to hear from him.

MARRIED.

In Scottsville, on the 14th June, by the Rev. Mr. Nevins, Mr. Harlow Ruggles to Miss Maria E. Miller, all of Scottsville.

DIED.

In Ogden, on the 7th inst., of a disease of the heart, Ebenezer P. Owen, aged 58 years.

 

March 3, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Java, Genesee co. on the 22d ult., by Rev. S. Stevens, Mr. Joseph Currier to Miss Celestia Foster, both of that place.

At China, on the 23d ult., by Rev. S. Stevens, Mr. Roswel Clarke, of Java, to Miss Mary Walton, of the former place.

 

March 5, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Groveland, on the 18th ult. by the Rev. Geo. Freeman, Mr. Mahlon Everitt, to Miss Margaret T. Bennet, all that place.

DIED.

In this city, on Thursday morning, Mr. Ashbel Steel, a Revolutionary soldier.

In Canandaigua on the 28th ult. after a short illness, Mrs. Mary Ann Shelton, wife of Mr. Thomas S. Shelton, formerly of Huntington in the state of Connecticut, aged 52 years.

Also on the 25th ult. George, son of Nathaniel Gorham, aged 3 years.

In Milo, Yates co. about the 19th ult. Mrs. Arabella, wife of George I. Remer and sister of Hon. Babcock.

In York, Liv. co. on the 21st Feb. Elder Josiah Goddard, formerly of Conway, Mass. aged 68 years.

At Ceylon, in the East Indies, in September last, Mrs. Laura, wife of Rev. Wm. Toobeel, late of Penn Yan now a missionary in that Island.

 

March 5, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

On the 3d inst., by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Charles Emerson, to Miss Melita Killam, all of this city.

In this city, on the 21st inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Almeron Bowdish to Miss Sally Hooker.

By the same on the 24th inst. Mr. James J. Culver to Miss Catharine Hagerman, all of this city.

In Wheatland, on Thursday last, by Jared Blackmer, Esq. Daniel M'Carthy to Sarah Elizabeth Streeter, all of that town.

At Java, Genesee co. on the 22d ult., by Rev. S. Stevens, Mr. Joseph Currier to Miss Celestia Foster, both of that place.

At China, on the 23d ult., by Rev. S. Stevens, Mr. Roswel Clarke, of Java, to Miss Mary Walton, of the former place.

In Scottsburg, on the 21st inst., by William Scott, Esq., Mr. Jesse Mapes, to Miss Mary Platt, all of Springwater.

In Leicester, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. Alexander Blaikie, Mr. Robert Dow, of York, to Miss Sarah Wooster, of the former place.

In Lyons, on the 19th, by Rev. L. Hubbell, Mr. William F. Ashley, one of the publishers of the Western Argus, to Miss Eliza Jane Denton, — Also, on the same, and by the same. Mr. Harvey Warren to Miss Caroline M. Pierce, all of that village.

 

March 7, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Ogden, on Wednesday evening, 2d inst., by Rev. Mr. Wing, Mr. Medad P. Parker to Miss Persis E. Webster, all of that town.

In Palmyra, on the 18th ult., by Rev. Mr. Lucky, Rev. —— Casleton to Miss Jane Sherman; on the 25th by Rev. Mr. Moore, Mr. Abraham Woodbeck to Miss Mary Ann Duer, all of East Palmyra. On the 2d inst., by Rev. G. R. H. Shumway, Mr. Marcellus J. Goddard to Miss Eliza M. Woodward.

In Ontario on the 28th ult., Mr. Alvah J. Atwood to Miss Mary Northrop.

On the 3d inst., by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Charles Emerson, to Miss Melita Killam, all of this city.

In this city, on the 21st inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Almeron Bowdish to Miss Sally Hooker.

By the same on the 24th inst. Mr. James J. Culver to Miss Catharine Hagerman, all of this city.

 

March 8, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the evening of the 6th inst., by Joseph Graham, Esq. Mr. Ezra Rogers to Miss Matilda Duncan, all of this city.

 

March 9, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 7th inst. by Elder D. Marks, Mr. William Snoade, of Kent, (England) to Miss Frances Smith, of Sussex, England.

In this city, on the evening of the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Church, Mr. Silas Boardman, to Miss Anna Mariah Smith, all of this city.

 

March 10, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the evening of the 9th, by Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. Henry C. Frink to Miss Maria L. Bunnell, both of this city.

 

March 12, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 10th inst., by the Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Peter C. Smith to Miss Mary E. Culver, all of this city.

At Brighton, on the 10th inst., by Ephraim Goss, Esq., Mr. Ebenezer B. Foot, of Alexander, Genesee Co., to Miss Mary Skidmore of Brighton.

 

March 14, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Mount Morris, on the 7th inst., by Eli Lake, Esq., Mr. Samuel Winters, to Mrs. Elizabeth Carver.

DIED.

In this city, on the 11th inst. at the residence of her son, J. T. Talman, Esq., Mrs. H. Talman, relict of the late Dr. John Talman, of Hudson, Columbia Co. aged 68 years.

 

March 16, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 9th inst., by Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. Henry C. Frink to Miss Maria L. Bunnell, both of this City.

DIED.

In this city, on the 11th instant, at the residence of her Son, J. T. Talman, Esq., Mrs. H. Talman, relict of the late Dr. John Talman, of Hudson, Columbia county, aged 68 years.

 

March 19, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

On the evening of the 9th inst., by Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. Henry C. Frink to Miss Maria L. Bunnell, both of this City.

On the 10th inst., by the Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Peter C. Smith to Miss Mary E. Culver, all of this city.

At Brighton, on the 10th inst., by Ephraim Goss, Esq., Mr. Ebenezer B. Foot, of Alexander, Genesee Co., to Miss Mary Skidmore of Brighton.

In this city, on the 7th inst. by Elder D. Marks, Mr. William Snoade, of Kent, (England) to Miss Frances Smith, of Sussex, England.

In this city, on the evening of the 7th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Church, Mr. Silas Boardman, to Miss Anna Mariah Smith, all of this city.

On the 3d inst., by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. Charles Emerson, to Miss Melita Killam, all of this city.

In this city, on Tuesday, March 1st, by Isaac Hills, Esq., Mr. Thomas Bates, jr., to Miss Ellen Lewin.

At Ogden, on Wednesday evening, 2d inst., by Rev. Mr. Wing, Mr. Medad P. Parker to Miss Persis E. Webster, all of that town.

In Palmyra, on the 18th ult., by Rev. Mr. Lucky, Rev. —— Carleton to Miss Jane Sherman; on the 25th by Rev. Mr. Moore, Mr. Abraham Woodbeck to Miss Mary Ann Duer — also, Mr. Asher B. Webster to Miss Susan Duer, all of East Palmyra. On the 2d inst., by Rev. G. R. H. Shumway, Mr. Marcellus J. Goddard to Miss Eliza M. Woodward.

In Ontario on the 28th ult., Mr. Alvah J. Atwood to Miss Mary Northrop.

In Palmyra, on the 10th inst., by Rev. J. Townsend, Mr. Christopher E. Thayer to Miss Prudence Rogers.

 

March 21, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

On the 12th inst., Jennet Spalding, aged 59 years, relict of Erastus Spalding, deceased and mother of L. A. Spalding, of Lockport.

Printers in Rochester, Monroe Co., and in Ithaca, Tompkins Co., will please copy this.

In Durham, Middlesex co. Connecticut, on the 28th of January last, Mr. Abraham Scrantom, aged about 87 years.

The deceased was father of Hamlet Scrantom, who resided in this city for 23 years; and was grandparent of the members of his family now residents here. He was a man of uncommon powers of mind and body, and all these powers held till within one or two years of his death. He was in his younger days a soldier in the war of the Revolution, and was one of the Guards on that ever memorable day, when Burgoyne gave up his sword. Often while speaking of that event he has said "I have only to shut up my eyes and I can see that sword glistening, that down cast look of the captive General, and all the soldiery." For many years the deceased was a consistent member of the Methodist church, and died in the blessed hope of a glorious immortality beyond the grave. — E. S.

Another Revolution Patriot Gone. — Died, in Grove, Allegany county, on the 11th inst. Captain Charles Miel, aged 102 years.

Capt. Miel was a native of England, and served in the old French war on board the English fleet before Quebec. He was in the battle on the plains of Abraham under Gen. Wolfe. At the close of that war he received a small tract of land in Canada in payment for his for his service, and was discharged. From Canada he removed to Connecticut where he resided until commencement of the Revolution, when he entered the American army and received a Lieutenant's commission. He was in the battles of Lexington and Bunker Hill after which he was promoted to a Captaincy and joined the expeditions against Canada under Montgomery, and was near him when he fell. On his return, he again joined the army—was present at the battle of Monmouth—served to the end of the war and then retired to private life. For several years past he has resided in Allegany county, and has received a pension from Government. — Liv. Dem.

 

March 23, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on the 13th inst. by Elder Howe, Mr. Walter Clayton to Miss Mary Sherwood, both of Mendon

On the 17th inst. by the same, Mr. John H. Hoath, late from England, to Miss Betsey Peterson, of Pittsford.

 

March 24, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Wheatland, on the 21st inst. by Caleb Allen, Esq., Mr. Daniel Ely to Miss Eliza Hetsler.

DIED.

In Brockport. on the 19th inst., Harriet C. Adams, wife of Walter Johnson and daughter of John W. Adams, Esq., of Medfield, Mass., aged 25 years.

 

March 25, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Hopewell, on the 13th inst., John Conklin, aged 96 years.

Suddenly, in the west part of the town of Canandaigua, early on the morning of the 21st inst., Zebulon Mack, aged 81.

 

March 26, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Mount Morris, on Thursday the 17th inst., by the Rev. C. H. Goodrich, Mr. Hugh Harding, Editor of the Mount Morris Spectator, to Miss Emily M. Percival, all of Mt. Morris.

DIED.

In this city, on the 25th instant, Maria, wife of the Rev. Peter Kimball, aged 37, after a lingering and distressing sickness, during which she enjoyed pride in believing

pointing The funeral will be attended at the Brick Church at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The friends, acquaintances and the public are respectfully invited to attend.

 

March 28, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on Friday evening last, Mrs. Angelina S., wife of Wm. W. Mumford, Esq. aged 29 years. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from Grace Church.

 

March 30, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 28th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Mack, Mr. Hawley Wheaton, to Miss Margaret Thorn.

DIED.

In San Augustine, Texas, on the 14th of Feb. last, of consumption, Mr. Richard Clute, of Yates, Orleans Co., formerly of this city, aged 24 years.

 

March 31, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 27th inst., by the Rev. James Gay, Mr. Daniel VanValkenburgh to Miss Lucretia A. McDonald, all of this city.

In Perinton. on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Anson P. Brooks, Mr. Warren Smith to Miss Susan Scott, daughter of John Scott.

In Le Roy, on the 10th inst. by H. H. Carpenter, Esq., Elijah Montague, of Batavia, to Mary Graves, of Le Roy.

 

April 1, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Henrietta, on the 28th inst. by E. F. Marshall, Esq., William Crocker, Principal of the Lima Academy, to Miss Naomi Quinby, daughter of Daniel Quinby, of Henrietta.

DIED.

In East Avon, Liv. co. on the 12th ult., Mrs. Laura Rich, aged about 26 years.

In Avon, on the 13th ult., Mrs. Harriet Rosman, aged about 25 years.

In East Avon, on the 14th ult., Geo. Wiard, son of Mr. Thos. Wiard, aged 19 years.

In Avon, on the 17th ult. Mr. Daniel Chapel, aged 57 years.

Mr. Chapel was one of four brothers who were some of the early settlers of the town. For a number of years he lived, as he died, a worthy member of the Baptist church. And undoubtedly carried in his eternal gain. He has left a numerous circle of friends and relatives, three sons by a first wife, and a widow with a number of small children to mourn their loss. — [Com.]

 

April 2, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On Thursday evening, by the Rev. Wm. Mack, Mr. Osborn Hanford, to Miss Katharine, second daughter of Mr. John Marchant.

DIED.

In Wheatland, on the 29th ult., William Cumming, in the 36th year of his age.

 

April 2, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In Mount Morris, on Thursday the 17th inst., by the Rev. C. H. Goodrich, Mr. Hugh Harding, Editor of the Mount Morris Spectator, to Miss Emily M. Percival, all of Mt. Morris.

In Pittsford, on the 13th inst. by Elder Howe, Mr. Walter Clayton to Miss Mary Sherwood, both of Mendon

On the 17th inst. by the same, Mr. John H. Hoath, late from England, to Miss Betsey Peterson, of Pittsford.

On the 27th inst., by the Rev. James Gay, Mr. Daniel VanValkenburgh to Miss Lucretia A. McDonald, all of this city.

In Perinton. on the 9th inst., by the Rev. Anson P. Brooks, Mr. Warren Smith to Miss Susan Scott, daughter of John Scott.

In Le Roy, on the 10th inst. by H. H. Carpenter, Esq., Elijah Montague, of Batavia, to Mary Graves, of Le Roy.

On the 28th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Mack, Mr. Hawley Wheaton, to Miss Margaret Thorn.

On Thursday evening, by the Rev. Wm. Mack, Mr. Osborn Hanford, to Miss Katharine, second daughter of Mr. John Marchant.

In Henrietta, on the 28th inst. by E. F. Marshall, Esq., William Crocker, Principal of the Lima Academy, to Miss Naomi Quinby, daughter of Daniel Quinby, of Henrietta.

 

April 4, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In West Rush, on the 29th ult. by John Stall, Esq., Mr. Joseph H. Washburn, to Miss Sarah Austin, of Yates, Orleans Co.

 

April 5, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In North Penfield, on the 4th inst., Mr. Daniel E. Garnsey, of Michigan City, Indiana, to Miss Mary Ann Philips, of the former place.

 

April 5, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In North Penfield, on the 4th inst. Mr. Daniel E. Gurnsey of Michigan City, Indiana, to Miss Mary Ann Phillips, of the former place.

On Thursday Evening, by the Rev. Wm. Mack, Mr. Osborn Hanford, to Miss Katharine, second daughter of Mr. John Marchant.

On the 28th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Mack, Mr. Hawley Wheaton, to Miss Margaret Thorn, all of this City.

In Gates on the 3d inst., Mr. G. B. Wilcox to Miss Harriet Rose.

In West Rush, on the 29th ult. by John Stall, Esq., Mr. Joseph H. Washburn, to Miss Sarah Austin, of Yates, Orleans Co.

DIED.

On the morning of the 16th ult., at the house of Mr. Robert Wilson, at Niles, Michigan, Mrs. Harriet M., wife of Mr. Hiram Brown, formerly of this city.

In San Augustine, Texas, on the 17th of Feb. last, of consumption, Mr. Richard Clute, of Yates, Orleans Co., formerly of this city, aged 24 years.

 

April 7, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Clarendon, on the 29th ultimo, by Elder W. Coleman, of Sweden, Mr. William Belden to Miss Caroline Mills, both of Clarendon.

 

April 9, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Wheatland, on the [illegible] inst., of consumption, Mr. Pelatial Buck, aged 73 years.

For [illegible] years Mr. Buck was a professor of religion, and during his last affliction, which was of two years continuance, he manifested an unshaken confidence in the christian faith.

 

April 11, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In North Penfield, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Brooks, Mr. James Burnett, to Miss Catharine M'Clane.

DIED.

On Friday evening last, Mr. Nelson Lyon, aged 23 years, brother of Edmond and Henry Lyon.

 

April 12, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Rush, by Simeon M. Coe, Mr. Joseph L. Harris, son of Reynolds Harris, Esq., to Miss Phebe Alberston, all of Rush.

 

April 12, 1836
Rochester Republican

INFORMATION WANTED.

If Nicholas N. Talbot, son of C. S. Talbot, who some years since resided in Rochester, will address his brother Charles, 71 Attorney st. N. York, he will hear something to his advantage, as well as relieve the anxiety of an affectionate brother. Or if any person who may see this, possesses the information required, will leave it at this office, he will confer a favor.

NOTICE.

pointing Julia Delonge, from Oswego, is now at my house, and is anxious to find her uncle John Davis (a shoemaker) who wrote her to meet him in this city. It is said he has removed to Lockport, and the papers in that place will serve the cause of humanity by publishing this, or otherwise alluding to it, so that it may meet his eye.

Benjamin Minor
Rochester, April 8, 1836.

MARRIED.

On the 3d inst. Phebe Ann Waldo to Dan Doan, all of Alexander.

DIED.

On the 8th inst., Mr. Nelson Lyon, aged 23 years, brother of Messrs. E. & H. Lyon.

 

April 15, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Dansville, on the 30th ult., Mr. Lester Kingsbury, aged about 49 years.

 

April 16, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Merrit, Mr. Albert E. Ferry, of Lancaster. Erie Co., to Miss Emeline Carpenter, of this place.

In this city, on the 11th inst., by Rev. Mr. Copeland, Mr. Alonzo Seeley, to Miss Juliann Prentiss, all of this city.

On the 9th inst., by N. Draper Esq., Mr. Abram Thompson, to Miss Betsey Atwood of this city.

On the 6th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Childs, Mr. James M. Darling to Miss Lucia Raymond, all of Warsaw.

 

April 18, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 16th inst., Miss Elizabeth Hanford, daughter of Daniel and Eliza Hanford, of Bridgport, Fairfield county, Connecticut, aged about 15.

 

April 19, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 14th inst., by the Rev. M. Butts, Capt. Edward Shaw, of Rochester, to Miss Millisa Hall, of Fairport, Perinton.

In Gates, on the 14th of April, 1836, by Rev. Elon Galusha, Mr. Almon Griggs, of Rochester, to Miss Ruth Noble, daughter of Mr. Oliver Noble, of Gates.

DIED.

In this city, on Sunday the 17th inst., Lucy Ann Almira, infant daughter of Orrin Harris, aged 2 months 26 days.

 

April 19, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On Thursday evening, by the Rev. Wm. Mack, Mr. Almon Grig, to Miss Ruth M., daughter of Mr. Oliver Noble, of Gates.

On the 19th inst., by N. Draper Esq., Mr. Abram Thompson, to Miss Betsey Atwood of this city.

In this city, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Merritt, Mr. Albert E. Terry, of Lancaster, Erie Co., to Miss Emeline Carpenter, of this city.

In Clarendon, Gaines Co., on the 30th ult., by Rev. Martin Colman, Mr. William Beldin to Miss Caroline Mills.

Also, by the same, on the 31st ult., Mr. Warren Glidden to Miss Lydia Cox.

Also, on the 7th of April, by Zardus Tousley, Esq., Mr. Erastus Cutler to Miss Mary Glidden, all of Clarendon.

DIED.

At Marion College, Missouri, on the 16th of March, Seth Tucker, recently from this city, aged about 18 years. Ge died after an illness of six days, of bilious congestive fever, leaving satisfactory evidence of a renewed mind and a justified state. He was the first student who died at Marion College; and "his memory," says a letter from one of the Professors of that institution, "is embalmed with recollections of humility and unfeigned love to Jesus Christ."

 

April 20, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

By the Rev. Mr. Brooks, Mr. James Burnet, to Miss Catharine M'Laren, both of West Penfield.

 

April 22, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Canandaigua, on the 18th, Dewitt Clinton Spencer, aged 7 years, youngest child of John C. Spencer, Esq.

 

April 23, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

At the poor house, near this city, on the 14th, John A. Stevens, Esq. aged 69 years. He was one of the first practical printers in Western New York, having commenced the publication of the Genesee Messenger at Canandaigua as early as 1805. He was one of the Representatives of Ontario county in the Assembly in 1818-19.

 

April 23, 1836
World As It Is

DIED.

At the poor house, near this city, on the 14th, John A. Stevens, Esq. aged 69 years. He was one of the first practical printers in Western New York, having commenced the publication of the Genesee Messenger at Canandaigua as early as 1805. He was one of the Representatives of Ontario county in the Assembly in 1818 '19.

 

April 25, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the morning of the 24th, G. Niel, son of Mr. G. S. Gilbert, aged 14 months

"For of such is the kingdom of heaven."

In this city on the 23d inst., William L. Hull, aged 54 years.

His friends and acquaintances are requested to attend his funeral service at his residence, in this city, this morning, at 10 o'clock, April 25th, 1836.

 

April 26, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 14th inst., by the Rev. M. Butts, Capt. Edward Shaw, of the city of Rochester, to Miss Millisa Hall, of Fairport, Perrinton.

DIED.

At the poor house, near this city, on the 14th, John A. Stevens, Esq. aged 69 years. He was one of the first practical printers in Western New York, having commenced the publication of the Genesee Messenger at Canandaigua as early as 1805. He was one of the Representatives of Ontario county in the Assembly in 1818-19.

On Wednesday last, Martha, wife of Samuel Sturges, of this city.

In this city, on the 10th inst. Alonzo, son of Thomas M. Watson, aged 2 years 8 months.

In this city, on the 23d inst. Mr. William L. Hull, aged 51 years.

In Alexander Genesee county, on the 21st ult. Alonzo Osborn, aged 36 years, son of Seth Osborn deceased.

pointing The Utica Observer will please copy this notice.

In Riga Feb. 12, Bemjamin [sic.] Dibble, aged 51 years.

 

April 30, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 26th inst. by Rev. Mr. Copeland, Mr. Edwin F. Willson to Miss Lucinda Davis, all of the city.

By the Rev. Mr. Brooks, Mr. James Burnet, to Miss Catharine M'Laren, both of West Penfield.

In Ontario, on the 21st inst., by Elder J. Davis, Mr. Nelson E. Chapin to Miss Sara Ann Going, both of that town.

 

May 3, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, yesterday morning, by the Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. William Alling, Bookseller, to Miss Martha Sparhawk, daughter of E. Sparhawk, esq., of Rochester, Vermont.

On the evening of April 26, by the Rev. Mr. Bently, Mr. Hezekiah Brainard, to Miss Eliza Phelps after a long and tedious courtship of six hours—all of Rush.

 

May 3, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 2d inst. by the Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. William Alling, bookseller, of this city, to Miss Martha Sparhawk, of Rochester, Vt.

In Walworth, on the 17th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Lyons, Mr. George Byington, of Walworth, to Miss Sally Hebner, of Penfield.

DIED.

In this city on the 20th inst. David Jack, aged anout 17 years.

At Brooks Grove, Livingston County, on the 22d day of April, of consumption, Huldah, wife of William Munson, M. D. aged 27 years.

 

May 6, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Livonia, on the 21st inst. by Elder Beebe, Mr. John C. Culver, to Miss Harriet Backus, all of that place.

At Buffalo, on Wednesday the 27th ult., Mr. Elisha Harman, of Wheatland, to Miss R. Rogers, of the former place.

Domestic happiness, then only bliss of Paradise

That had survived the fall;

Though few now taste thee unimpaired and pure,

Or tasting, long enjoy thee, too infirm,

Or too incautious to preserve thy sweets

Unmixed with drops of bitter, which neglect

Or temper sheds into thy crystal cup.

Thou art the nurse of virtue;

In thine arms she smiles, appearing as in truth she is,

Heaven born, and destined to the skies above.

DIED.

At Brooksgrove, on the 22d ult., of Consumption, Huldah, wife of William B. Munson, M. D. aged 27 years.

 

May 7, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Rush, on Tuesday evening, 26th ult. by the Rev. N. Bentley, Mr. Hezekiah Brainard, to Miss Laura E. Phelps, all of Rush.

 

May 9, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

At Batavia, on the 3d, by the Rev. James A Bolles, Mr. William A. Seaver, to Miss Harriet Hull, both of that place.

In Caledonia, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. D. C. M'Laren, H. N. Ayers, to Miss Amanda Castle, all of that place.

In Mt. Morris, on the 1st inst., by O. D. Lake, Esq., Mr. Wm. Snyder, to Miss Clarissa Ann Rowland.

 

May 10, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 7th inst., by Rev. Mr. Copeland, Mr. Francis S. Welbasky to Miss Lydia Gilman, all of this city.

In Albany, on Sunday evening, 1st inst., by the Rev. Dr. Shephard, Mr. Joseph Alexander, of Rochester, to Miss Aurela Northrup, of Lenox, Mass.

 

May 10, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 7th inst., by Rev. Mr. Copeland, Mr. Francis S. Welbasky to Miss Lydia Gilman, both of this city.

At Friends' Meeting House, Jay street, in this city, on the 4th inst. David Bell, to Sarah Breckon.

Also at the same time and place, Wm. Birdsall, of Macedon, to Sarah Shaw, of Henrietta.

DIED.

In this city, on the morning of the 4th inst. Jane, infant daughter of Charles and Mary Benton, aged 10 Months of the Scarlet Fever.

Editors in Hartford, Conn., will please notice the above.

 

May 11, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Shumway, Mr. Morey Goodell, to Miss Charlotte Hall.

In Marion, on the 1st inst., by F. Smith, Esq., Mr. Boijah Angel, to Miss Lucy Parker.

 

May 14, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 7th inst., by Rev. Mr. Copeland, Mr. Francis S. Welbasky to Miss Lydia Gilman, all of this city.

In Albany, on Sunday evening, 1st inst., by the Rev. Dr. Shephard, Mr. Joseph Alexander, of Rochester, to Miss Aurela Northrup, of Lenox, Mass.

In Rush, on Tuesday evening, 26th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Bentley, Mr. Hezekiah Brainard, to Miss Laura E. Phelps, all of Rush.

In Livonia, on the 21st inst. by Elder Beebe, Mr. John C. Culver, to Miss Harriet Backus, all of that place.

At Buffalo, on Wednesday the 17th ult., Mr. Elisha Harman, of Wheatland, to Miss R. Rogers, of the former place.

Domestic happiness, thou only bliss of Paradise

That hast survived the fall;

Though few now taste thee unimpaired and pure,

Or tasting, long enjoy thee, too infirm,

Or too incautious to preserve thy sweets

Unmixed with drops of bitter, which neglect

Or temper sheds into thy crystal cup.

Thou art the nurse of virtue;

In thine arms she smiles, appearing as in truth she is,

Heaven born, and destined to the skies above.

 

May 16, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Pittsford, on the 12th inst., Mr. Jas. Tompkins to Miss Emily Ellis, both of Henrietta.

 

May 17, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In St. Luke's Church, on the morning of the 16th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Whitehouse, Mr. John M. Winslow, to Miss Harriet Maria, daughter of the late Thomas Child, Jr., all of this city.

On the 4th instant, at Friends' Meeting House, Jay street, David Bell, architect and builder, to Sarah Breckon, both of this city. Also, at the same time and place, William Birdsall, of Macedon, to Sarah Shove, of Henrietta.

DIED.

In this city, on Monday morning the 6th instant, Elizabeth Scoville, infant daughter of William W. Mumford, Esq. aged about 7 months.

 

May 17, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

On the 5th inst., by the Rev. Benjamin Putnam, Mr. Stephen G. Williams to Miss Maria Goodrich. — Also, Mr. Joseph P. Price to Miss Lydia H. Goodrich, all of Brockport.

On the 1st inst., by the Rev. Dr. Shepard, Mr. Jos. Alexander, of Rochester, to Miss Aurelia Northrop, of Lenox, Mass.

In Clarendon on the 28th ult., by Zardius Tousley, Esq., Mr. Robert Kennedy to Miss Hannah Ladeer, all of Clarendon.

In North Murray, on the 8th instant. by R. Barber, Esq., Mr. Addison Cowles to Miss Mary Wells, all of Murray.

 

May 18, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the 16th inst., of Dropsy, on the brain, Henry Patrick, only son of Patrick Kearney, aged 11 months and 3 days.

At Pittsford, on the 17th inst. Chauncery Porter, Esq., formerly of Nassau, Rennselaer Co.

His friends and acquaintances are invited to attend his funeral at his late residence in Pittsford this afternoon at 2 o'clock.

On Monday morning, on board the Packet boat, on its passage from Utica to this city, Miss Susan Thayer, in the 16th year of her age.

Miss Thayer left her home in Uxbridge, Mass. in company with her mother and other friends, on a visit to relatives in this city. A pulmonary disease under which she had sometime suffered, made during the journey rapid advance to a fatal termination.

Borne up by a desire of breathing her last in the home of her friends, she pressed on. But it was otherwise ordered; and they who expected to greet her with joy, after a long separation, received a at midnight her corpse, and its bereaved attendants.

The trying circumstances of her "last day" on earth, only served to draw out more sweetly and brightly her peculiar intellectual and christian endowments; and exhibit the high triumph of Christian Faith.

"Tis sweet, as year by year we lose

Friends out of sight, in faith to muse

How grows in Paradise our store."

pointing The Funeral services will take place in St. Luke's Church this morning at 10 o'clock.

 

May 19, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Lyons, on Sunday evening last, Mrs. Sophia M'Elwain, wife of James M'Elwain, aged 25 years.

 

May 24, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Oswego, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Condit, John Latta, of Brockport, to Cyrena Shirts of the former place.

 

May 24, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

At Sweet-Brier, Geneseo, on Wednesday evening last, by Rev. Mr. Page, Benjamin F. Angel, Esq., Surrogate of Livingston county, to Julia, daughter of Horatio Jones.

DIED.

In this city, on the 16th inst., of Dropsy, on the brain, Henry Patrick, only son of Patrick Kearney, aged 11 months and 3 days.

At Pittsford, on the 17th inst. Chauncey Porter, Esq., formerly of Nassau, Rennselaer County, N. Y.

Of consumption, April 10, at Richfield, Ohio, Seth Silsby, aged 55 years; formerly axe manufacturer at West Mendon. N. Y.

 

May 25, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 24th inst. by Rev. Mr. Allen, Mr. Samuel F. Witherspoon, to Miss Eliza Mesler, both of this city.

In New York, on the 12th inst. Mr. James I. Wallace, formerly of Rochester, to Miss Elizabeth Bond, daughter of William Bond, of the former place.

ONE CENT REWARD!

runner

RANAWAY from the subscriber on Sunday the 22d inst. an indented boy, by the name of Jonathan C. CURTIS, 15 years of age. All persons are forbid harboring or trusting him on my account, as I will pay no debts of his contracting.

Thomas WILCOX
Mendon, May 25, 1836.

 

May 26, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Palmyra, on the 25th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Clark, George H. Mumford, Esq. of Rochester, to Ann Elizabeth, daughter of Hon. Truman Hart, of the former place.

 

May 28, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Cleveland, Ohio, on the 17th inst. Rev. Elijah F. Willey to Miss Ann Jane Wilcox, formerly of Rochester, daughter of Mr. John T. Wilcox, of the former place.

DIED.

In Brighton, on the 24th inst. Dianah, wife of Zachariah Lewis.

 

May 28, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In St. Luke's Church, on the morning of the 16th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Whitehouse, Mr. John M. Winslow, to Miss Harriet Maria, daughter of the late Thomas Child, Jr., all of this city.

In this city, on the 24th inst. by Rev. Mr. Allen, Mr. Samuel F. Witherspoon, to Miss Eliza Mesler, both of this city.

In Palmyra, on the 25th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Clark, George H. Mumford, Esq. of Rochester, to Ann Elizabeth, daughter of Hon. Truman Hart, of the former place.

On the 4th instant, at Friends' Meeting House, Jay street, David Bell, architect and builder, to Sarah Breckon, both of this city. Also, at the same time and place, William Birdsall, of Macedon, to Sarah Shaw, of Henrietta.

In Pittsford, on the 12th inst., Mr. Jas. Tompkins to Miss Emily Ellis, both of Henrietta.

On Wednesday the 18th inst., at Sweet Brier, Geneseo, by Rev. W. J. Page, Benjamin F. Angel, Esq., to Julia, daughter of H. Jones.

At Henrietta, on the 19th, by Caleb Allen, Esq. Mr. Geo. Sheffer, of Wheatland, to Miss Almira McNall, of the former place.

 

June 2, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Geneseo, on the 19th ult. by Rev. Mr. Page, Nelson Garlinghouse, of Richmond, Ont. Co. to Lorinda Short, of the former place.

In this city, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. J. E. Edwards, Mr. Charles White to Miss Jane Maria Case both of this city.

DIED.

At Canandaigua, on the 20th ultimo, (while on a visit to her daughter,) Mrs. Lucinda Starr, wife of Platt Starr, of this city, in the 74th year of her age.

She died peaceful and happy, sustained by that religion the precepts and promises of which had been her guide and support for nearly a century. — [Com.

In Avon, on the 14th, Mrs. Caroline Hawkins, consort of Henry Hawkins, Esq. of Alexander, and daughter of Dr. Charles Little, of Avon, aged 28 years.

 

June 3, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In this village, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Burge, of Gaines, Mr. Samuel Anderson, of Cassepolis. Michigan, to Miss Mahala Phipps, of the former place.

At Warsaw, on the 26th, by Elder Doolittle, Erastus D. Carpenter to Eliza Ann L. Fargo, all of that place.

On the 23d ult. at Galesville, Washington Co. by the Rev. Mr. Washburn, Hiram S. Goff, Esq. of Albion, to Miss Mary Ann Cole, of the former place.

 

June 6, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Warsaw, Genesee Co., on the 26th inst., by Elder Doolittle, Erastus D. Carpenter to Miss Eliza Ann L. Fargo, all of Warsaw.

 

June 7, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the morning of the 6th inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. William R. Bascom to Miss Jennette McCallum, all of this city.

DIED.

In this city, on the 4th inst., Charles Hayden, youngest son of Gen. Abner Hubbard, aged nine years.

 

June 7, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Copeland, Mr. William Johnson, to Miss Paulina A. Borden.

At Sodus Point, on Thursday evening, the 2d inst., by the Rev. O. Clark, Thomas G. Marsh, of Perth Amboy, N. J., to Mary Teresa, youngest daughter of A. J. Barbarin, formerly of Brooklyn, L. I.

At West Farms, on the 20th instant by the Rev. Wm. Powel, Edward Prime, of New York, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of the late Dr. Wm. Hoffman.

In Windsor, Vermont, by the Rev. J. W. Curtis, Doct. David McClure, of Brockport, N. Y. to Miss Eliza Spooner.

At Friends meeting house, Ledyard, on the 20th inst., Mr. Jesse Weeks, of Henrietta, to Sarah T. Baker, of Scipio.

DIED.

In this city, on the 4th inst., Charles Hayden, youngest son of Gen. Abner Hubbard, aged 9 years.

At Canandaigua, on the 29th of May ult., (while on a visit to her daughter,) Mrs. Lucinda Starr, wife of Platt Starr, of this city, in the 74th year of her age. She died peaceful and happy, sustained by that religion, the precepts and promises of which had been her guide and support for nearly a century.

In Avon, on the 14th ult., in the 28th year of her age, after a most distressing illness of two weeks, Mrs. Caroline Hawkins, consort of Henry Hawkins, Esq. of Alexander, and daughter of Doct. Charles Little, of Avon.

In Pittsburgh, Pa. on the 27th of May, Miss Elizabeth Wisner, only daughter of the Rev. William Wisner, formerly of this city.

 

June 8, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city on the evening of the 3d inst. Mrs. Abigail C. Lyman, wife of Mr. Nathan Lyman.

In this city, on Tuesday, the 7th inst., Lydia Metcalf, in the 59th year of her age, relict of Simeon Metcalf, late of Middle Haddam, Conn.

pointing The Funeral of the deceased will be attended from the house of Mr. Jones, on North Fitzhugh street, to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.

 

June 9, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In this city, on the evening of the 7th inst., Gamaliel Reynolds, aged 82.

Funeral this morning at 10 o'clock, at the residence of A. Reynolds, on Buffalo St., near the burying ground, Thursday Morning, June 9.

 

June 10, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On Sunday morning last, at Perry, Genesee co. by the Rev. Mr. Arthur, Mr. Gary A. Hough, of New York, to Miss Julia A. Wright, of Victor, Ontario co.

DIED.

At the Hermitage, near Geneseo, on Tuesday morning last, of consumption, Miss Hannah L., daughter of Mrs. Anne, and sister of the Hon. Charles H. Carroll, aged 39 years.

In Perry, Genesee co., on the 30th ult. Mr. Edmund Hunt, in the 25th year of his age.

 

June 11, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In this city, on the 27th ult., by the Rev. J. E. Edwards, Mr. Charles White to Miss Jane Maria Case, both of this city.

On the morning of the 6th inst. by Rev. L. Lyons, Mr. William R. Bascom to Miss Jennette McCallum, all of this city.

On Sunday morning last, at Perry, Genesee co. by the Rev. Mr. Arthur, Mr. Gary A. Hough, of New York, to Miss Julia A. Wright, of Victor, Ontario co.

On the 1st inst. by the Rev. John Barnard, Mr. Wilburn Moses, to Harriet M., daughter of Hon. Jno. Warner, all of Lima.

In Geneseo, on the 19th ult. by Rev. Mr. Page, Nelson Garlinghouse, of Richmond, Ont. Co. to Lorinda Short, of the former place.

In Covington, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. R. Wright, Capt. James C. Bibbins, to Miss Lovice Storm, all of Covington.

At Warsaw, on the 26th, by Elder Doolittle, Erastus D. Carpenter to Eliza Ann L. Fargo, all of that place.

On the 23d ult. at Galesville, Washington Co. by the Rev. Mr. Washburn, Hiram S. Goff, Esq. of Albion, to Miss Mary Ann Cole, of the former place.

In Stubville, on Thursday the 26th, by Rev. Jesse Elliot, Lester Rood, to Miss Mary Thomas, formerly from Cayuga.

 

June 14, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In Perry, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Arthur, Mr. Gary A. Hough, of New York, to Miss Julia A. Wright, of Victor, Ontario County.,

DIED.

In this city, on the evening of the 7th inst., Gamaliel Reynolds, aged 82 years .

In this city on the evening of the 3d inst. Mrs. Abigail C. Lyman, wife of Mr. Nathan Lyman.

At the Hermitage, near Geneseo, on the 2d inst., of consumption, Miss Hannah L., daughter of Mrs. Anne, and sister of the Hon. Charles H. Carroll, aged 39 years.

In Perry, Genesee co., on the 30th ult. Mr. Edward Hunt, in the 25th year of his age.

 

June 16, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

On the 12th inst., in the Free Church, by the Rev. Luke Lions, Mr. Charles Porter, widower, to Betsy Hall, widow.

A Porters life is hard indeed,

A drudging slave to every need;

In books of fate it was decreed,

A lucky Hall should set him freed.

 

June 22, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In the city of New York, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, D. D., Nathaniel T. Rochester, Esq., of this city, to Miss Catharine Ann, daughter of the late Mr. James Cummings, of New York.

DIED.

In Marion, Wayne Co., on the 10th ult., the widow Philana Ball, after a lingering illness, in the 61st year of her age.

 

June 23, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In Henrietta, on the 16th of May, by the Rev. Mr. Sheardown, Mr. James Stevenson, to Miss Louise David, all late of Great Britain.

 

June 24, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

MARRIED.

In York, on Sunday evening, 12th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Carl, Maj. Henry Millard, to Miss Nancy Brown, all of that place.

DIED.

In Canandaigua, on Monday, the 20th inst. of inflammation of the bowels, James Kennedy, aged 27 years. He was a native of Templemore parish, county of Donnegal, near Londonderry, Ireland, and was a shoemaker by trade. He has a brother living in Penfield, in Monroe county. He had just arrived in this country.

At his Father's residence, near Geneseo on Saturday the 17th inst. after a long and painful illness, Robert, youngest son of Col. William, and of the late Mrs. Anne Fitzhugh, aged 29 years.

 

June 25, 1836
The Rochester Gem

MARRIED.

In the city of New York, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, D. D., Nathaniel T. Rochester, Esq., of this city, to Miss Catharine Ann, daughter of the late Mr. James Cummings, of New York.

 

June 27, 1836
Rochester Daily Democrat

DIED.

In Pittsford, on the 22d inst. Mr. George Searl, aged 61, formerly from Southbridge, Mass.

In Canandaigua, on the 15th inst., Gen. Leicester Phelps, brother of Oliver Phelps, Esq.

 

June 28, 1836
Rochester Republican

MARRIED.

In the city of New York, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, D. D., Nathaniel T. Rochester, Esq., of this city, to Miss Catharine Ann, daughter of the late Mr. James Cummings, of New York.

In this city on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Jas. Gay, Mr. Ira W. Evans, to Mrs. Elizabeth Slack, both of St. Lawrence co., N. Y.

In North Murray, on the 9th inst., by R. Barber, Esq. Mr. Nelson Green, to Miss Josephine Lake, all of Murray.

Fifty Dollars Reward.

About three years ago, Christian Gikinger, a native of the Kingdom of Wurtemburgh, absconded from Manhein, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in company with my wife, whom he enticed away, and an infant daughter then about 3 years of age. They took with them $1,500 in German Coin, belonging to me, and which was nearly all the property I had. Gikinger also had with him when he absconded, two of his daughters, the oldest being Catharine, about 15, and the other Eve, about 9 years of age. Gikinger is about 48 years of age, stout built, about five feet high, with black hair and beard, full face and dark complexion. My wife is about 5 feet high, rather slight built, light complexion, and rather lightish hair, face rather thin, and has a wart on the right cheek. I am informed that they came into the State of New York, and they are probably living under an assumed name.

Whoever will give me such information as will enable me to find Gikinger or my wife, shall receive the above reward.

Peter Landhuf.
Rochester, June 22, 1836.

 

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