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ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES, 11/22/1876 PAGE 2
McKECHNIE - McKECHNIE – In Palmyra, on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1876,
at the residence of the bride’s parents, by Rev. John G. Webster,
WILLIAM STUART McKECHNIE, of Canandaigua, N. Y. and ELIZA
CAMERON, only daughter of Andrew McKechnie, Esq., of Palmyra, N. Y.
DURAND - HARRIS - At the residence of the bride’s father,
Hon. Marvin Harris, in Kendall, Orleans county, on Wednesday, Nov.
15th, by Rev. Samuel McGerald, Mr. WILLIS O. DURAND, of
Canandaigua, and Miss EVA M. HARRIS.
JACKSON - At Canandaigua, on Thursday morning, Nov. 2,
1876, of heart disease, MRS. SUSAN JACKSON, aged 75 years.
AUSTIN - In Seneca Castle, N. Y., Oct. 28th, JAY AUSTIN,
aged 15 years.
WHITNEY – In Seneca Castle, N. Y., Friday, Oct. 27th, MRS.
MARTHA WHITNEY, wife of D. H. Whitney, aged 43 years.
RINEHEART - In Stanley, N. Y., Nov. 17th, 1876, THOMAS
RINEHEART, aged 75 years.
CLARK – In Manchester, Nov. 18th, 1876, WARREN T. CLARK,
aged 22 years.
DUDLEY - In Hopewell, Nov. 21, 1876, PERMILLA DUDLEY,
aged 76 years.
LOVEJOY - In Victor, on Thursday, November 16th, 1876,
EMMA, the youngest child of John D. Lovejoy.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES, 4/20/1854, PAGE 3
At Manchester Centre, on the 19th inst., by Rev. Calvin S. Coats, Mr. LUTHER
B. ANTISDALE, of this village, and Miss LUCY M. SOUTHWORTH,
of the former place.
In Canandaigua, April 11th, ARTHUR DE WITT CLINTON, only son
of Henry W. and Althea R. Morgan, aged 11 weeks and one day.
In Farmington, April 15th, CATHARINE DEBOW, aged (33? or 38?
or 83? or 88?) years, 6 mo. and 1 day, the wife of the late John Debow
of this town.
In Farmington, March (20th?) ultimo, ORRIN SMITH, aged 58 years.
In Farmington, April 2d, PHEBE PAYNE, widow of Gideon Payne,
deceased, aged 84.
In Hopewell, on the 12th inst., of dropsical consumption, Mr. JOHN
DUDLEY, aged 58 years.
In Farmington, on the 14th inst., Mrs. WELTHEA ROBINSON, wife
of Robert Robinson, and daughter of Jedediah and Anna. Dewey of
Manchester, after an illness of four days of inflammation of the lungs;
being in the
44th year of her age.
By this sudden bereavement, a husband is bereft of a tender and devoted
wife; a son of 8 years old is deprived of an affectionate and
cherishing mother; and the community of a respectable and worthy member.
Her funeral was attended by a large concourse of people, who were
privileged to listen to a most strong, truthful and impressive sermon
by the Rev. Mr. Litchfield, from Mat. 24.44 – “Be ye therefore ready
for at such an hour as ye think not, the Son of Man cometh.”
Mrs. Robinson, while in the days of her youth, sought, and found the
Saviour; who, when death’s chilling waves began to creep along her
vitals, was to her a support sure and steadfast; and who; at that
trying hour so dispensed his grace, as to enable her to look upon her
sure and quickly approaching destiny as but sinking in sleep to awake
in the arms of everlasting love.
To the living, how full of admonition is the dispensation of such a
providence, so sudden, so unexpected. How should it inspire us to
“work while the day lasts,” to secure to ourselves and to others, as
as our influence may extend, those great invaluable interests which our
Creator designed that we should seek.
“Watch therefore; for ye know not the hour the Lord doth come.”
GENEVA GAZETTE, APRIL 8, 1818, PAGE 3
At Orlean Point, Mr. Lawton Dennison, of Richmond, Ontario co.
to Miss Polly Dibble, of Cautia, Tioga co.
In Caledonia, Mr. Sylvester Brown, merchant, to Miss Elisabeth
In Penfield, Mr. Hiram Peet, to Miss Candace Mason.
In Manchester, Mr. (Levi?) B. Woodard, to Miss Nancy
In Farmington, Mr. George Ide, to Miss Anna Pettet.
In Gorham, Mr. Horace Clark, to Miss Parmelia Miles,
all of Gorham.
In Onondaga, Mr. D’Garmo Jones, merchant of Detroit, to Miss
Catharine H. Annin, daughter of the late Judge Annin, of Cayuga.
In New-York, the 25th March, after a lingering illness of 20 months,
Capt. WILLIAM BOGERT, in the 39th year of his age, late one of
the proprietors of this Gazette.
In France, the 2d Jan. last, the Rev. SAMUEL C. THACHER, of
Boston, aged 31. – “His exit was calm, for his mind was too pure to
At Floyd, Oneida co. Col. STEPHEN MOULTON, aged 64 – a
revolutionary officer of merit.
In Poughkeepsie, on the 15th inst. Capt. Robert North, in the
73th year of his age.
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|Geneva Gazette Wed 27 Nov 1811 Page 3 Column 3
Married - In Seneca, the 19th inst. By the Rev. Mr. Wilson,
Mr. ARTHUR LEWIS, to Miss POLLY FULTON.
|Geneva Gazette Wed Jan 2 1822 Page 3 Column 3
Married - In Seneca, the 27th ult. By the Rev. Mr. Axtell,
Mr. SAMUEL FULTON, of Gorham, to Miss JENNET H. SIMPSON, of
the first named town.
|Geneva Gazette Wed March 19 1828 Page 3 Column 5
Married - In Seneca, on the 13th inst. By Rev. Mr. Nisbet,
Mr. MARTIN GROVE to Miss RUTH FULTON, daughter of Mr. JAMES
|Geneva Gazette 22 Jul 1835 Page 3 Column 1
Married - At Seneca, on Thursday 16th inst., by the Rev.John
White, Mr. JOSEPH FULTON to Miss CLARISSA ACKLEY, both of
|Geneva Courier 24 Oct 1843 Page 3 Column 2
Married - On the 17th Inst., by Rev. Mr. Tooker, Mr. SAMUEL
to Miss HANNAH LURKIN, all of Seneca.
|Geneva Gazette Oct 1862 #41
Married - HUGH FULTON to GERTIE A. DOBBIN
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