From Early Ontario County Newspapers



From Geneva Gazette 2 January 1874

DIED - In Geneva, Dec. 29th, 1873, Julia M., wife of the late Richard Hogarth, aged nearly 82 years.

From Geneva Gazette 9 January 1874

DIED - At Hornellsville, N. Y., Jan. 1st, Albert Ford, formerly of Geneva, aged 67 years, 3 months, 25 days. His remains were taken to Salisbury, Herkimer county for interment.

In Geneva, on the 7th January inst., Ida Deul, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nash, aged 20 months.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 14 January 1874

MARRIAGES - Jan. 1st, by Rev. A. H. Bliss, Mr. Joseph Goodman to Miss Harriet Hemsley, both of Phelps.

Dec. 11th, 1873, by Rev. A. H. Bliss, Mr. Thomas W. Amsbury, of Watkins, N. Y., to Miss Mary A. Swarthout, of Phelps.

DEATHS - In Farmington, on the 20th inst., Lewis F. Allen, aged about 40 years. The deceased was a prominent citizen, and at the time of his death was an acting Justice of the Peace.

In Farmington, December 24, 1873, Grace Gertrude, infant daughter of Ralph and Gertrude Wisner, aged one year and six months.

In Canandaigua, December 28th, 1873, Mrs. Betsey Ann Mullen, aged 78 years. "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord."

In Cheshire, December 29, 1873, H. Curtis, aged 77 years.

In Boston, Canada, December 13th, 1873, of heart disease, Mary C., wife of Dr. Walter Lutes, formerly Miss HIcks of Canandaigua, aged 36 years.

From Geneva Gazette 16 January 1874

MARRIED - At the Church of St. Francis de Sales on Sunday, 11th inst., by Rev. J. T. McManus, J. Lawrence Bradley to Bridget McGrail, both of Geneva.

DIED - In Havana, N. Y., on the 12th inst., Mrs. Isabella A. Bruck, formerly of Geneva, aged 72 years.

From Geneva Gazette 23 January 1874

MARRIED - On the 18th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Hogarth, Mr. J. Dwight Judd, of South Hadley Falls, Mass., to Miss Frances B. Black of Geneva.

At the Langdon House, Watkins, January 5th, by Cyrus Roberts, Esq., Mr. George Witter to Miss Belle Waters, both of Geneva.

On Tuesday, the 20th day of January, at the residence of the bride's parents at Farmer Village, Seneca County, by Rev. James C. Forsyth, Henry Bean of Geneva, to Miss Mary A. Knight, daughter of Jas. C. Knight, Esq.

In Geneva, on the 22d inst., at residence of the bride's parents by the Rev. Smith, D. D., James H. Alexander of Detroit, Mich., to Miss Angeline, only daughter of B. W. Keyes.

DIED - In Taylorville, Iowa, January 2d, Samuel Probasco, aged 49 years, formerly a resident of Geneva.

In this village, on Wednesday, Jan. 14, Miss Elizabeth Black, in the 87th year of her age.

From Ontario Repository & Messenge 28 January 1874

MARRIAGES -
At the house of the bride's parents in Orleans, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. J. A. Wader, W. Spencer Hoffman of Junius to Miss Imogene A. Lamb of Orleans.

At the residence of the bride's father, on Jan. 16th by Rev. John H. Jones, Mr. W. H. Ackles of Chapinville to Miss Mary A. Jones.

DEATHS -
In Bristol Center, on Monday evening, January 26th, after a short illness, Seymour W. Case, in the 61st year of his age. Funeral at the Universalist Church, Baptist Hill, January 29th, at 12 M.

In Farmington, January 11th, Mrs. Olevi C. Reynolds, aged 52 years.

From Geneva Gazette 30 January 1874

MARRIED - At the house of the bride's parents, in Orleans, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. J. A. Wader, W. Spencer Hoffman of Junius to Miss Imogene A. Lamb of Orleans.

DIED - In the town of Seneca, on the 23d inst., John C. Clark, aged 29 years, 6 months and 3 days.

In Eddytown, Yates county, on Jan. 20th, Mrs. Caroline F. Henderson, aged 63 years, formerly a resident of Geneva.

In this village, on Thursday, 29th inst., after a brief illness, Mr. George Bennett, Sr., in the 82nd year of his age.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 4 February 1874

MARRIED - At Cheshire, on Wednesday evening, 21st inst., by Rev. W. B. H. Beach, Mr. Lyman D. Johnson of Academy and Miss A. Case of Cheshire.

On December 25th, by the Rev. J. B. Penoyer, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Geo. N. Nethaway and Adelia M. Lucas, all of Canandaigua.

On the 20th day of January, 1874, at the residence of the the bride's parents at Farmer Village, Seneca county, by Rev. James C. Forsyth, Henry Bean of Geneva to Miss Mary A. Knight, daughter of James C. Knight, Esq.

On the 19th of Jan., 1874, by Rev. H. Eaton, Mr. Andrew J. Copeman of Palmyra to Miss Jennie Mink of Farmington.

DEATHS - In Springwater, Jan. 14th, Hix Blanchard, age unknown, though he must have been nearly eighty, formerly a resident of Farmington, this county.

In this village, Jan. 23d, Miss Honora McCarthy, aged 30 years.

In this town, Jan. 26, Mr. Mathew Conelly, aged 73 years.

From Geneva Gazette 6 February 1874

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents, 121 Main st., Geneva, on Thursday, February 5th, by Rev. William Stevens Perry, D. D., rector of Trinity Church, Mr. J. W. Medick of Adrian, Mich., and Miss Sophia M. Clapp.

At the residence of David Cosad, Jr., in Phelps, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. J. H. Smith, D. D., Mr. Bennett G. Treadwell of Geneva and Miss Johanna Mikkleson of Phelps.

At the residence of J. H. Pickett, Esq., on the 27th inst., by Rev. J. B. Smith, D. D., Mr. W. W. Brainard and Miss Nancy J. Brotherton, all of Geneva.

DIED -
In Williamsport, Mich., Jan. 24th, of consumption, Hiram H. Stebbins, formerly of Geneva, in the 32nd year of his age.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 11 February 1874

MARRIED -
At the residence of the bride's father, Richard H. Shekell, by the Rev. A. W. Green, Edward Osgood of Canandaigua to Miss Cornelia D. Shekell of Hopewell.

In Bristol, January 28th, by Rev. S. Mills Day, Mr. Quincy A. Smith and Miss Florence E. Rood, both of Bristol.

In Richmond, Jan. 20th, by Rev. S. Mills Day, Mr. John P. Ray and Miss Ellen, daughter of Deacon Noah Ashley, both of Richmond.

DIED - In Canandaigua, Jan. 31st, Ellen Coyle, aged 32 years.

In Canandaigua, Jan 31st, Patrick Dunnigan, aged 24 years.

In East Bloomfield, February 2d, Anne Walker, aged 22 years.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 18 February 1874

DIED - At the residence of R. T. Lawton in Geneva, Feb. 11th inst. Florence D. Brown, aged 15 years, daughter of H. N. and E. S. Brown of Orleans.

In Farmington, on the 14th inst., Cha's. G. Turner, aged about 50 years.

In Canandaigua, on the 15th inst, Harrie F. Cox, aged 10 months and 2 days, youngest child of David S. and Hester Elizabeth Cox.

From Geneva Gazette 20 February 1874

MARRIED - On Thursday evening, Feb. 17, at the residence of W. Sheldon, Esq. on Washington st., by Rev. W. W. Brush, Geo. W. Snyder to Mary E. Johnson, all of Geneva.

On Wednesday evening, Feb. 18th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. W. W. Brush, Henry C. Becker to Clara, daughter of Richard Snyder, all of Geneva.

DIED - In the town of Geneva, on the 17th inst., from the result of injuries received from a fall, Mrs. Ann Hall, wife of James Hall, aged 28 years.

In Seneca, Feb. 11th, Mrs. Elizabeth Fuller, aged 84 years.

In Seneca, Feb. 17th, Rosetta P. Rupert, aged 42 years.

In Seneca or Geneva, Feb. 19, Mary Jane, wife of David Wilson, aged 54 years.

In Geneva, Feb. 14, John M. Moshier, aged 30 years.

From Geneva Gazette 27 February 1874

DIED - In Seneca, on Saturday, Feb. 21, Ida M., infant daughter of Isaac H. and Agnes M. Ansley, aged 1 year and 10 months.

In Phelps, on the 23d inst., Mrs. Lucy Worts, aunt of Ambrose Bedell of Geneva, aged about 75 years.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 4 March 1874

MARRIAGES -
In Bristol, on the 28th ult., by Rev. Mr. Yoomans, Mr. Wm. Dubois to Mrs. Sarah Garton, all of Bristol.

In Honeoye, by Rev. Henry Jewell, Feb. 23, Albert J. Gilbert and Miss Mary G. Phillips.

DIED -
In this village, on the 1st of March, 1874, Charles Pierson, aged fifty-one years.

From Geneva Gazette 6 March 1874

MARRIED - On the 5th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. J. B. Richardson, Rev. William Laurie, pastor of the Presbyterian church in Penn Yan, to Miss Alice A. Ives, of Geneva.

At the residence of the bride's parents, March 3d, by Rev. A. R. Temple, Mr. Clarence C. Cayward to Miss Eva M. Snyder, both of Seneca.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 11 March 1874

MARRIED - On Thursday, the 12th inst., in the Tow of Farmington, at the residence of C. H. Aldrich, by N. L. Aldrich, Esq., Steven B. Crooker of Victor and Anna Cobb of Phelps.

Feb. 18th, at the home of L. B. Morey, by Rev. P. Cowles, Mr. W. Conner of Academy to Miss Emma Smith of Middlesex.

DIED - On the morning of the 9th inst., at the residence of Charles H. Herendeen at Farmington, Hiram B. Newton, aged 38 years, 1 month and 16 days.

In Canandaigua, Monday, March 9th, Jennette, wife of Charles H. Holland, in the 49th year of her age.

In Gorham, Feb. 25, Eliza J. Patch, aged 50 years.

In Canadice, March 1st, Hiram Ingraham, aged 57 years.

In Manchester, March 2d, Mary, wife of Alex. M. Purdy, aged 38 years.

In this town, on the morning of the 3rd instant, John C. Brocklebank, in the 80th year of his age.

From Geneva Gazette 13 March 1874

MARRIED -
March 11th, at the residence of J. H. Pickett, Esq., Geneva, by Rev. J. B. Smith, D. D., Benjamin H. Farman of Geneva and Miss Celia Demming of Pine Plains.

DIED -
In Geneva, Thursday morning, March 5th, Mary Armstrong Tompkins, eldest child of Charles and Mercy Tompkins, aged 2 years, 5 mos. and 4 days.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 18 March 1874

DIED -
In Phelps, on the 8th inst., Abel Spencer, father of Sovil Spencer, aged about 70 years.

In the town of Manchester, on the 26th day of Feb., Mrs. Barbara Miller, aged 29 years.

At Shortsville, after one week's illness, the wife of Garrett an Stokie.

At Augusta, Ga., January 30, Solomon C. White, formerly a resident of this village.

In Medina County, Ohio, March 9, Rev. John Lathbury, lately a resident of Manchester, in the 67th year of his age.

At the residence of Richard G. Williams, in Palmyra, Wednesday, March 11th, Jane M. Porter, wife of Hon. Joseph Shelton of West Bloomfield, in the 59th year of her age.

In East Bloomfield, Tuesday, March 17th, Susan W., wife of Charles Sidway, in the 67th year of her age.

From Geneva Gazette 20 March 1874

MARRIED - At St. Peters rectory, on 11th of March inst., by the Rev. James Rankine, D. D., W. P. Morris of Chicago to Miss Augusta Calkins of Geneva.

At the residence of the bride's father, Geo. B. DeVoll of Phelps to Miss Agnes Wooden of Waterloo by Rev. Geo. Van Alstyne, March 18th.

At the residence of the bride's father, W. Edgar Smith of Geneva to Miss Catharine A. Soule of Waterloo by Rev. Geo. VanAlstyne, March 18th.

At the residence of the bride's father in this village, Charles H. Underhill of Geneva to Miss Anna R. Root of Geneva, by Rev. Geo. VanAlstyne, March 19th.

In this village, on the 18th inst., by Rev. W. W. Brush, Malachi Morris of Tyre to Minnie Williams of Geneva.

DIED - In this village, on the 19th inst., Mr. Daniel L. Lum, aged 76 years.

In Geneva, on the 11th inst., Mr. Geo. C. P. Teal, aged 72 years.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 25 March 1874

MARRIAGES -
At the residence of the bride, on Wednesday evening, March 18th, Dr. John D. Briggs and Miss Fannie Rapelyea, both of Clifton Springs.

DIED - In Victor, Friday, March 20th, Geo. L. Embry, son of M. B. and Julia L. Embry, aged 3 years and ten months.

In Clifton Springs, March 13, Nellie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaw, aged six years and ten months.

In this village, March 15th, Mrs. Mary C. Collins, wife of Michael Collins, aged forty-five years.

In this town, of heart disease, March 5th, Miss Nellie Berrigan, aged twenty-six years.

In this village, March 11, Mrs. Maria Kelly, wife of Henry Kelly, aged twenty-five years.

In Shortsville, March 12, Mrs. Julia Condon, aged seventy-three years, wife of John Condon.

From Geneva Gazette 27 March 1874

MARRIED -
At the residence of Hamilton Rippey, Stanley, N. Y., March 18th, by Rev A. B. Temple, Mr. Joseph Hibbard to Cora B. Rippey, both of Seneca.

From Geneva Gazette 3 April 1874

MARRIED -
At Titusville, Pennsylvania, March 18th, Mr. John Newbury to Miss Emma Easto of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 10 April 1874

DIED - In this village, April 5th, of consumption, Emma Warrener Ross, widow of the late William C. Ross, aged 49 years.

In Canandaigua, Sunday morning, April 5th, Mrs. Mary N. Blanchard, wife of Thomas Blanchard, in the 63d year of her age.

At Baltimore, Md., April 3d, Mrs. Clarissa Southworth, in the 86th year of her age. Her remains were brought to Geneva for burial on Wednesday last.

From Geneva Gazette 17 April 1874

DIED -
In this village, on April 10 inst., Theodora Augusta, third daughter of Alexander L. and Sarah, Augusta Chew, aged eleven years and two months.

From Geneva Gazette 24 April 1874

DIED -
In Geneva, April 17, John H. Foster, aged 28 years.

In the town of Geneva, April 22, Mrs. Catharine A., widow of the late Milo Thompson, aged 69 years. Funeral from the Reformed Church at two o'clock p.m. Saturday.

In the town of Geneva, April 21, Mrs. Elizabeth Denniston, in her 67th years.

In Geneva, Chase B. Horton, aged 63 years.

From Geneva Gazette 1 May 1874

DIED -
At the residence of her brother-in-law, Mr. John Mackay, on the 28th ult., Miss Catherine Hayes.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 6 May 1874

DIED -
In this village, May 6th, Albert Fitch, aged 31 years.

In this village, May 5th, Hinson B. Merrill, aged 71 years and 9 months.

In this town, May 3d, Daniel Sheehan, aged 69.

In this village, May 3d, Ann P. Lyon, aged 69 years.

In Bristol, April 29th inst., Alice H. Francis, infant daughter of John and Anne Francis.

From Geneva Gazette 8 May 1874

MARRIED -
Thursday evening, April 30, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. William Stevens Perry, D. D., of Trinity Church, Dr. James C. Carson, Asst. Physician of Willard Asylum of Ovid, N. Y., to Miss Jennie M. Smith, daughter of Thomas Smith, of Geneva.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 13 May 1874

DIED - At Adrian, Mich., May 3d, of typhoid fever, James B. Eldredge, of Farmington.

In this village, on Monday, May 3d, of paralysis, Mrs. Ann B. Lyon, aged 63 years.

In this village, on the 6th inst., Amanda M. Mervine, aged 76 years, widow of the late Rear Admiral William Mervine, of Utica, N.Y.

April 30th, Lany Sewell, aged 62 years, cherished to the end of her long life, by those to whom she had given the faithful service of her best years.

From Geneva Gazette 15 May 1874

DIED -
In this village, on the 13th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of the late William H. Orman, aged 76 years.

In Flint Creek, on Monday, May 11th, Mrs. Maria H., wife Henry Burgess, in the 51st year of her age.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 20 May 1874

DIED - In this village, May 19th, Mrs. Nancy Swift, relict of the late William Swift, formerly of Clifton Springs, aged 79 years. Funeral from the residence of P. H. Rose, Main st., Saturday, 23d inst., at 2 o'clock.

From Geneva Gazette 22 May 1874

MARRIED -
In Buffalo, Christ Church, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. O. Weatherspoon, William P. Andrews of that city to Miss Mary J., second daughter of John Wride, Esq., of Geneva.

DIED -
In Clyde, N. Y., on the 20th inst., Mary A., wife of Rush Perkins, Esq. and sister of D. W. Colvin, Esq. of this village, in the 50th of her age.

From Geneva Gazette 12 June 1874

MARRIED -
In this village, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. William Stevens Perry, D. D., Earnest Cleveland Coxe, M. D. to Harriet Hillhouse, eldest daughter of Alexander Chew of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 19 June 1874

MARRIED -
In Elmira, on Sunday, June 7th, by Rev. K. T. Beecher, Mrs. Corry Rood of Havana and Miss Annie Laidlaw of Geneva.

From Geneva Courier 1 July 1874

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, June 17, by Rev. N. Lowery, assisted by Rev. I Harris, L. Rockwell, M. D., of Amenia, N. Y., and Dimmie Allis, daughter of E. A. Childs, of Hopewell, N. Y.

At the Catholic Church, Victor, on Monday, June 22, by Rev. Father Wm. Hughs, Mr. James Gould to Miss Catharine Murphy.

At the groom's residence, Victor, June 16, by Rev. S. N. Brown, Mr. Herbert Bristol to Miss Nettie Fiero, daughter of P. P. Fiero, Esq.

DIED - In Canandaigua, June 23, Mrs. Bridget Rowlan, aged 43 years.

In Canandaigua, on the 17th inst., Levanica Norton, aged 12 years and 7 months.

In Canandaigua, on the 18th June, Mrs. Hannah Culver, widow of Loren Culver, aged 68 years.

From Geneva Gazette 3 July 1874

DIED -
At the White Springs, on Friday morning, July 3rd, Gavin Lawson Nicholas, in the 84th year of his age.

From Geneva Gazette 10 July 1874

MARRIED - In this village on the 2d inst., Mr. D. C. Taylor to Mrs. A. Fleming. The bridegroom is 70, the bride 65.

From Geneva Gazette 17 July 1874

DIED -
In this village, July 6, Aldruda Cordelia, beloved daughter of George P. and Mary Mowrey, aged 24 years.

From Geneva Gazette 24 July 1874

MARRIED
- At the residence of the bride's parents on Wednesday evening, July 22d, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Mr. William H. Chestnut to Miss Eliza H., daughter of William H. Dunning, Esq., all of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 7 August 1874

DIED -
In Geneva, August 5th, Mary Ann Williams, daughter of Richard Knight, Sr., aged 37 years.

In Geneva, August 5th Mrs. Eliza F., wife of Henry S. Spendlove, aged 52 years.

From Geneva Gazette 14 August 1874

DIED -
In Seneca Castle, on the 11th inst., Kate, wife of Edward Ottley, aged 40 years.

From Geneva Gazette 21 August 1874

MARRIED - In this village, on the 19th inst., by Rev. W. W. Brush, Mr. Sidney W. Wood, of Clyde, to Miss Catherine Queeman, niece of the late A. H. Bradt, of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 4 September 1874

DIED - In Geneva, Wednesday morning, Sept. 2d, Michael Smyth, in the 54th year of his age. 

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 9 September 1874

DEATHS - Died in Gorham, August 26th, Mrs. Eunice, consort of Ed Pierson, and daughter of the late John Colf, aged 44 years.

From Geneva Gazette 11 September 1874

MARRIED -
In Paxton, Mass., Sept. 2d, by Rev F. J. Fairbanks, James D. Taftt of Stanley, N. Y. to Mary E. only daughter of David Bryant, Esq.

DIED -
In this village, on the 9th inst., Nellie VanGieson, infant daughter of Louis J. and Imogene Parker, aged 9 months and 14 days.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 23 September 1874

MARRIAGES - In Naples, Sept. 17th, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. M. B. Golston, Wm. H. Annable to Ella Whitman.

In East Bloomfield, Sept. 16th, by Rev. Mr. Skeelor, H. W. Blake to Miss E. M. Hobart.

In Naples, Sept. 15th, by Rev. M. B. Golston, Dr. J. A. Mouris of Syracuse to Miss Kittie LeValley of Naples.

At Rushville, Sept. 11th, by Rev. S. C. Leonard, Mr. Eugene Harrison to Miss Sarah Jane Harris.

DEATHS - In this village, on the morning of Sept. 23d, Honora, a daughter of Patrick and Margaret Barry, aged 26 years.

In this village, Sept. 14th, Mrs. Lucy Bates, aged 87 years.

From Geneva Gazette 2 October 1874

DIED - In Geneva, on Friday, Sept. 25th, after a lingering illness, Leah, wife of Mr. F. T. Backinstose, aged 57 years.

In Geneva, on Monday, September 28th, John Post, aged 54 years.

From Ontario Repository & Messenger 7 October 1874

MARRIAGES - At the home of Mr. George Edward, at Gorham Station Sept. 30th, by Rev. J. Harris, Mr. Wm. S. Buchan and Miss Ettie L. Kregloh, both of Hopewell.

At Clifton Springs, on Wednesday evening, Sept. 30th, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. E. S. Corbin, Mr. Roderick L. Leland and Miss Marietta Harmon, both of Clifton Springs.

At Auburn on Thursday, Sept. 24th, at the residence of the bride, by Rev. Wm. B. Edson, Mr. Edward Shaw of Clifton to Miss Jennie Post of Auburn.

DEATHS - In this town August 25th, George Brown, aged 64 years.

In this village, September 30th, Jane, wife of Isaac Legore, aged 87 years.

From Geneva Gazette 9 October 1874

MARRIED - At Seneca Falls, on July 8th, by the Rev. G. S. White, Mr. John P. Inman to Miss Josephene Norris, all of Geneva.

DIED - In Phelps, on the 2d October inst., Mr. Robert H. Cross, aged 66 years and 9 months.

From Geneva Gazette 16 October 1874

MARRIED -
At Seneca Castle, on the 15th inst., by Rev. H. H. Parmelee, father of the bride, assisted by Revs. J. B. Richardson and H. H. Kellogg, John Barnes of Rockford, Ill., to Jennie M. Parmelee.

From Geneva Gazette 23 October 1874

MARRIED -
In Geneva, on Tuesday, October 13th, by the Rev. William Hogarth, Edwin A. Harris of Clifton Springs for Augusta C., only daughter of Anthony F. Dey, Esq., of Geneva.

At the residence of the bride's mother, on Thursday evening, Oct. 22d, by the Rev. W. W. Brush, William L. Young to Maggie A. Flower, all of Geneva.

In Geneva, at the residence of the bride's sister, Oct. 13, by the Rev. Dr. Hogarth, Charles A. Lane of New York City, to Maggie Crouthers.

From Geneva Gazette 6 November 1874

DIED -
In Geneva, on the evening of the 4th inst., of congestion of the lungs, Ira S. Bullard, aged nearly 64 years.

From Geneva Gazette 13 November 1874

DIED - In Clifton Springs, on Sunday, Nov. 1st, Mrs. Ann Tillott, in the 86th year of her age, mother of Mrs. Charles Bennett of Geneva.

In this village on the 27th October, ult., Mrs. Jane Salvage, wife of John Wilson, aged 28 years.

In this village, on the 7th inst., Eleanor A. Duckinfield, aged 80 years and 5 months.

In Phelps on the 8th inst., Mrs. Martha Parish, aged 97 years and 7 months.

Killed at the Geneva depot, Nov. 6th, Delford S. Baldwin, son of Samuel Baldwin, Esq., aged 8 years and 3 months.

From Geneva Gazette 20 November 1874

DIED - In Geneva, Nov. 12th, the infant son of Orvill and M. Skuce, aged 10 days.

From Geneva Gazette 27 November 1874

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents, Nov. 26th, by the Rev. C. C. Richardson, Charles H. Harris of Geneva, to Dorinda Van Gelder of Flint Creek.

DIED - At Canandaigua, Wednesday morning, Nov. 25th, Mrs. Josephine Gardner, wife of Henry S. Bement, and youngest daughter of William Gardner, Sr., of Geneva, aged 32 years.

From Geneva Gazette 4 December 1874

MARRIED - In Waterloo, Dec. 1, by Rev. N. K. Kneeland, Mr. Oscar F. Heartwell of Geneva, to Mrs. Cornelia A. Webster of Waterloo.

From Geneva Gazette 11 December 1874

MARRIED - In this village, on Wednesday, Dec. 9th, by the Rev. Dr. VanRensselaer, Charles F. Rose to Luanna J., daughter of Gurnsey Compton, both of Geneva.

DIED - In Geneva, Nov. 30, of Scarlet Fever, Mary Frances, daughter of E. J. and Jane Hindmarch, aged 8 years and 1 month.

Last evening, Dec. 10th, of scarlet fever, Libbie, daughter of E. J. and Jane Hindmarch, aged 2 years and 1 month.

From Geneva Gazette 18 December 1874

MARRIED - In Gorham, on the 16th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Harris, assisted by Rev. Mr. Lowry, Ira Lacy to Rosella, daughter of Alanson Witter.

DIED -
In this village, suddenly, on the morning of the 14th, inst., of pneumonia, Isabella Scott, wife of David S. Hall, aged 67 years.






From Geneva Gazette 1 January 1875

MARRIED - In Geneva, at the residence of the bride's parents, on the 23rd Dec. ult, by Rev. A. B Temple, Mr. Henry A. Clark to Miss Rebecca, oldest daughter of William E. Wilson, Esq.

On the 23d inst., by Rev. A. B. Temple, assisted by Rev. B. M. Goldsmith, Mr. John J. Halstead of Geneva to Miss Jennie E. Black, daughter of Mrs. Hugh Black of Seneca.

In Geneva, on Thursday, Dec. 24, 1874, by the Rev. Mr. Green, Edward Strong and Miss Etta Combs, all of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 15 January 1875

MARRIED - At the M. E. Parsonage, Geneva, Dec. 15, 1874, by Rev. A. W. Green, Mr. John L. Pinkerton of Canandaigua to Miss Frankie L. Graves, daughter of William M. Graves of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 22 January 1875

DIED - In Utica, January 14th, at the residence of his son-in-law, Daniel Hall, Esq., of congestion of the lungs, Alvah Wood of Geneva, aged 65 years and 21 days.

In this village, on the morning of the 22d inst., William Thomas, infant son of Thos. and Helen Lewis, aged 13 months and 2 days.

From Geneva Gazette 29 January 1875

DIED - In Seneca, on the 27th inst., Mr. John Beattie, aged 78 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow, Saturday, at the Presbyterian church in Seneca at 10 o'clock a.m.

From Geneva Gazette 5 February 1875

DIED - Near Geneva, on Wednesday, Jan. 27, of congestion of the lungs, Timothy Green, in the 68th year of his age.

From Geneva Gazette 12 February 1875

DIED - At Rock Stream, Yates county, Feb. 1st, Miss Lucy Ayres, late of Geneva, aged 61 years.

In Jackson, Mich., Feb. 6th, Mrs. Sarah F. Tooker, widow of the late Rev. Manly Tooker of Geneva, in the 63rd year of her age. Her remains were brought to Clyde for interment.

From Geneva Gazette 19 February 1875

DIED - In Clifton Springs, Feb. 9th, Daisy Bella, child of W. Irving and Mary A. Redfield, aged 3 years and 10 months.

At his residence near Clyde, Wayne Co., on Tuesday, the 16th inst., Charles A. Rose, in the 69th year of his age. Funeral services were held at his late residence this Friday morning, and the body will arrive at Geneva for burial at 5:30 this afternoon.

From Geneva Gazette 26 February 1875

DIED - In Phelps, on Thursday, Feb'y 11th, Mrs. Sarah E., wife of D. Cosad, aged 40 years.

From Geneva Gazette 5 March 1875

MARRIED - In Rushville, Feb. 9th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. M. C. Dean, Mr. George W. Proctor of Geneva to Miss Ella A. Gaston, eldest daughter of Mr. Newton Gaston.

In Trinity Church, Geneva, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Perry, assisted by the Rev. S. Humphreys Gurteen, Mr. Converse McMillan of Canandaigua to Miss L. Barber of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 12 March 1875

MARRIED - In Milwaukee, Feb. 24th, by Esquire Yale, Charles A. Moore of Syracuse to Kittie Van Brunt of Geneva.

DIED - In Geneva, Feb. 23, Emeline, wife of George C. Whedon, aged 57 years and 10 mos.

In Geneva, March 9, Vincent R. Price, aged 44 years, 11 mos. and 9 days.

In Seneca, on the 11th inst. of typhoid fever, Mrs. Catherine, wife of Prosser Jones, aged 40 years. Deceased leaves a family of six children.

From Geneva Gazette 19 March 1875

DIED - At Fort Jones, California, Feb. 11th, Franklin Hooper, formerly of Seneca.

In Geneva, Monday, March 15th, Edward Bostwick, youngest son of Samuel S. and Elizabeth A. Graves, aged 18 months.

From Geneva Gazette 26 March 1875

DIED -
In the city of New York, on the 20th inst., George W. Field, M. D. of Geneva.

In Geneva, on Thursday morning, 19th March inst., Mary A., wife of Samuel Moore, aged 36 years.

In Gorham, March 20th, Harriet, wife of William Davis, aged 50 years.

In Geneva, March 22nd, Thomas Morrison, aged 47 years; funeral at 2:30 p.m. Sunday from First Presbyterian church.

From Geneva Gazette 2 April 1875

MARRIED - On the 30th ult., by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Rector of St. Peter's Church, Alexander Clarke to Miss Mary Lipsay, both at Geneva.

On the 31st ult., in St. John's Church, Ithaca, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine of Geneva, Cornelius Gram, Esq., of Osborn, Ohio, to Miss Rebecca S. Guy of Ithaca, formerly of Geneva.

DIED - In Bronson, Branch co., Mich., February 4th, of pneumonia, Mrs. Lydia A. Sheffield, wife of James G. Sheffield, in the 62d year of her age, formerly from Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 16 April 1875

MARRIED - On the 13th inst., by Rev. B. F. Hibbard, D. D. , Mr. John C. Redfield to Miss Clara E. Derr, both of Clifton Springs.

On the 8th inst., by the Rev. Rankine, Edwin S. Green to Sarah S. Thornton, both of Geneva.

DIED - In Seneca Castle on the 7th inst., Margaret, wife of H. E. Young, aged 59 years.

In this village, April 11th, Anna Eliza, only daughter of Thomas J. and Susan Roe, aged 11 months and 8 days.

In Seneca on the 12th inst., Elizabeth, daughter of Aaron Caton, aged 19 yrs.

From Geneva Gazette 23 April 1875

DIED - In Seneca, April 20th, Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, wife of the late Thomas Wilson, aged 82 years.

From Geneva Gazette 30 April 1875

MARRIED -
At the parsonage of the North Presbyterian church, April 21st. by the bride's father, Rev. Dr. Hogarth, assisted by Rev. A. T. Young, Mr. W. H. Elliott of Detroit, Mich., to Miss Sue F. Hogarth of Geneva.

DIED - At Stanley, April 28th, of consumption, Jessie, daughter of William and Janette Smith, aged 26 years.

In this village, on the 11th inst., Mrs. Asa Palmer, aged 81 years.

In Lima, N. Y., on the 23rd April, Manning, son of Charles Probasco, formerly of Geneva, aged 23 years.

From Geneva Gazette 7 May 1875

MARRIED - At the residence of T. McBlain, Pleasant View, Geneva, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, James Stokes and Miss Faith Fernay, both of this village.

DIED- In Toledo, Ohio, April 20th, Hattie M., wife of William O. Dakin, formerly of this village. The remains were taken to Rockaway, N. J., for interment.

From Geneva Gazette 21 May 1875

DIED - In Seneca, on the 17th inst., Belle Kenyon, child of Geo. & Anna Kenyon, aged 5 years.

In this village, on the 12th inst., Martha, wife of John R. Morrison, aged 75 years.

In Seneca, on the 19th inst., an infant child of John Caward, aged 3 weeks.

From Geneva Gazette 28 May 1875

DIED - In this village on the 25th inst., William Henry, infant son of Seymour and Ella Wilcox, and grandchild of Ira Parker, aged 33 months.

In Seneca, May 25th, Inabel, daughter of G. W. and Sarah E. Cone, aged 18 months.

From Geneva Gazette 4 June 1875

DIED - In Seneca, May 26, Mrs. Margaret McLean, aged 68.

In Gorham, May 27, Bernard Martin, aged 45 years.

In Geneva, May 31, Mrs. Sarah M. Webster, aged 63 years.

In Clifton, June 2d, Jane, wife of J. M. Page, aged 63 years.

From Geneva Gazette 18 June 1875

DIED -
In Phelps, on the 9th inst., Mr. Luther Salisbury, an old resident of the town, aged 72 years.

At the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Z. T. Case, in Geneva, Mrs. Eliza Smith, relict of the late Erasman D. Smith, aged 80 years, formerly of Rochester.

From Geneva Gazette 2 July 1875

DIED - In Geneva, on the 24th inst., Charlotte E. Foot, in the 25th year of her age.

In this village on the 2d inst., Michael Roach, a well-known operative Mason, aged about 70 years.

In this village, June 29th, Edward Wilson, aged 62 years.

From Geneva Gazette 13 August 1875

DIED - In Seneca, August 8th, Andrew Ross, aged 80 years.

In Geneva, August 9th, Mrs. Almira Combs, aged 78 years, five months and three days.

In Geneva, August 11th, Mrs. Emma M. Condol, aged 33 years. Funeral tomorrow at 3 p.m. from the Union chapel, High street.

From Geneva Gazette 20 August 1875

DIED -
At the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joanna Reed, near Geneva, August 9th, Mrs. Almira Combs, aged 74 years, 5 months and 3 days.

From Geneva Gazette 27 August 1875

DIED - In Geneva, on the 24th inst., after a lingering illness, Mary J., only daughter of John Green, aged 17 years.

In Geneva, on the 25th inst., Grace J., only child of Franklin and Anna Phillips, aged 22 month and 7 days.

At Oaks Corners, on the 24th inst., suddenly, of congestive chills and fever, Mary, oldest daughter of Nathan Oaks, Esq., aged 20 years.

In Geneva, Aug. 25, Florence Cowles, aged 26 years, 8 months.
 
From Geneva Gazette 3 September 1875

DIED -
In Geneva, August 27, Mrs. Jane Stevenson McLaren, aged 72 years.

In Flint Creek, August 27, Mrs. Eliza Dodge, aged 93 years, 5 months. 

In Orleans, on the 25th ult., William, only son of William Summerset, aged 16 years.

From Geneva Gazette 17 September 1875

DIED -
In Geneva on Sunday, Sept. 15, Mrs. Clarissa, wife of Elijah Goodale.

From Geneva Gazette 24 September 1875

MARRIED -
At the residence of the bride's father, in Buffalo, Thursday, Sept. 16th, by the Rev. Dr. Heacock, Miss Emeline P., daughter of I. M. Schemerhorn, to Chas. D. Heartwell, of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 1 October 1875

MARRIED -
In St. Peter's church, Sept. 24th, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Arthur Neel to Elizabeth Johnson, both of Geneva.

At the residence of the bride's parents in Gorham, on the 21st inst., by Rev. W. B. Edson of Clifton Springs, Wilbur Carr of Akron, Ohio, to Miss Maud H. Arnold.

At Trinity Church, Sept. 30th, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, assisted by the Rev. S. Humphreys Gurteen, M. A., William Truxton Morris, Esq., of New York City, to Elizabeth Lawrence, only daughter of the late Barzillai Slosson, Esq., of Geneva.


DIED - In this village, on the 20th Sept. ult., Willie, infant son of J. B. & E. Carris, aged seven weeks and six days.

From Geneva Gazette 18 October 1875

MARRIED - On the 30th inst., by the Rev. E. S. Corbin of Clifton Springs, at the residence of the bride's parents in Hopewell, Mary, only daughter of Philo Chapman to John Ladd of Victor.

From Geneva Gazette 15  October 1875

MARRIED -
In this village, on Wednesday, Oct. 13th, by Rev. Dr. Rankine, George A. Inman to Nellie Donovan, both of Geneva.

DIED - At Colorado Springs, Col., on the 13th Oct. inst., of typhoid fever, Robert H. Tompkins, formerly of Geneva, aged 28 years.

From Geneva Gazette 22 October 1875

MARRIED - 
On the 20th inst., at the residence of the bride's uncle, Mr. J. H. Sweet, by the Rev. F. W. Emens, Mr. William H. Wright of Clifton Springs to Miss Inez M. Sweet, daughter of B. F. Sweet of Syracuse.

At the Presbyterian church in Seneca, on the evening of Oct. 20th, by the Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. Charles Hershey and Miss Hattie W., youngest daughter of Edward Turnbull, Esq., all of Seneca.

DIED -
In Rochester, on the 19th inst., of typhoid fever, Richard P. Snyder, oldest son of R. Snyder of Geneva, aged 31 years, 10 months and 12 days. Funeral on Sunday next at 2 p.m. from the house, No. 26 Genesee St.

From Geneva Gazette 5 November 1875

MARRIED -
At the residence of the bride's father, Thursday evening, Oct. 28th, by the Rev. A. W. Green, N. Henry Noyes, Jr., and Anna, daughter of Geo. S. Coddington, all of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 19 November 1875

MARRIED - On Tuesday, Nov. 16th, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. James Rankine, D. D., Edward W. Burrall of Geneva to Jannette, youngest daughter of Chauncey Graves, Esq., of Dresden, N. Y.

On the 10th inst., at the residence of Wilhelmus Newkirk in Seneca, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Vincent Barden of Benton to Miss Mary A. Hoffman.

At Geneva. Nov. 8th, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Duane Holden Bishop to Lillie Goodman, both of Phelps.

DIED -
In Geneva, Nov. 17, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Ann G. Cool, in the sixty-first year of her age.

In Orleans, on the 16th inst., of cancer, from which she had been for two years a terrible sufferer, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Nathan Atchley, aged 61 years.

From Geneva Gazette 26 November 1875

MARRIED -
In Baltimore, Md., on the 21st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Fair, Charles Worth Folger of Geneva to V. Susie Depew of Baltimore.

DIED - In Geneva, on the 25th inst., Robert C., son of Hugh and Gertrude Fulton, aged nearly four years.

From Geneva Gazette 3 December 1875

MARRIED - Nov. 23d, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. T. T. Canfield of the Newark Conference, New Jersey, assisted by Rev. Lewis Henry, Mr. Chauncey Sheffield of Geneva, to Miss Anabel Stout, of Farmer Village, N. Y.

DIED - In Stanley, on the 25th inst, suddenly of congestion of the lungs, Mr. Jonathan Baley, aged 71 years, father of Mrs. M. J. Gilbert.

From Geneva Gazette 10 December 1875

MARRIED - In Geneva, at the residence of the bride's parents on Friday, Dec. 3, by the Rev. C. C. Richardson, Mr. C. L. Arnold, late of Louisville, Ky., to Miss Lulu M. Richardson, youngest daughter of the officiating clergyman.

At the residence of Henry Easto in Seneca, on the 8th Dec. inst., by the Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. Henry Easto, Jr., to Miss Susan Oughterson, both of Seneca.

DIED - In Phelps, Nov. 15th, Eliza J., youngest daughter of Cooper and Julia Sayre, aged 26 years.

17 December 1875

MARRIED - In Canandaigua, on the 1st December inst., by the Rev. Geo. Van Alstyne, John Buchan to Mary Kragalo, both of Hopewell.

From Geneva Gazette 24 December 1875

MARRIED -
On Thursday, Dec. 23rd, 1875, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. James Rankine, D. D., L. Hamilton Colman of Syracuse and Miss Mattie B. Spendlove of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 31 December 1875

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents in Stanley, on Thursday evening, December 16, by Rev. A. H. Temple, William A. Barden to Miss Agnes Rippey, daughter of George O. Rippey, Esq.

At the residence of the bride's uncle, John Fish, Esq., near Hall's Corners, on Wednesday evening, Dec. 22nd, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. Robert W. Robson to Miss Mary S. A. Smith, both of Seneca.

At the parsonage on Thursday evening, Dec. 22nd, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. Henry Office to Miss Anna E. Wyatt, both of Seneca.

In Geneva, Thursday, Dec. 30th, at the residence of the bride's uncle, S. S. Cobb, Esq., by Rev. William Stevens Perry, D. D., Irving R. Fisher, of Des Moines, Iowa, and Jennie C. Smith of Geneva.

DIED - In Geneva, on Christmas day, Mary, daughter of Thomas McGough, aged 18 yrs.





From Geneva Gazette 7 January 1876

MARRIED - In Geneva, Thursday, Dec. 30th, 1875, by the Rev. U. B. Guiscard, Mr. Joseph Parish, Jr., to Miss Elizabeth Goodson, both of Phelps.

From Geneva Gazette 14 January 1876

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents on Thursday, Jan. 13th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Furbeck, assisted by Rev. Dr. Nelson of Geneva, Mr. John A. Zobrist of Geneva and Miss Delia L. , daughter of J. W. Rappleye, Esq., of Farmer Village, Seneca county, N. Y.

DIED - In Geneva, on the 7th inst., Moses Delamarter, aged 11 years.

In Geneva, Jan. 9th, Arthur Eugene Derry, (colored), an infant six months old.

In this village, on the 5th inst., Jacob W. Baker, in the 63d year of his age.

21 January 1876

DIED - In Seneca, January 17th, Sherwood, youngest son of John C. Wilson, aged 20 years, 3 months and 14 days.

From Geneva Gazette 11 February 1876

MARRIED -
At the residence of the bride's parents, on Thursday, Jan. 27th, by the Rev. H. H. Kellogg, Mr. Joseph Brizzee and Celia, eldest daughter of William F. Stevens, Esq., all of Seneca Castle.

DIED -
In Geneva, Feb. 5th, of consumption, Eleanor M., wife of L. J. Holman, and daughter of Richard Knight, Sr., aged 29 years and 3 months.

On the morning of the 10th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Isaac Platt, and mother of Mrs. James M. Soverhill, aged eighty-four years.

From Geneva Gazette 18 February 1876

MARRIED - In St. Peter's Church, on Wednesday, Feb. 16th, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Mr. Ervin Cornell Case of Newark, N. J. and Frances Theresa Davenport of Geneva.

DIED - At the Ontario Orphan Asylum in Canandaigua, Feb. 15th, Adelia Louise, youngest daughter of L. S. Meeker of Geneva, aged 3 years and 10 months.

From Geneva Gazette 25 February 1876

MARRIED - In the city of New York, on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at the residence of the brides cousin, Gen. Thomas A. Davies, by Rev. T. W. Chambers, D. D., George L. Hull, of Morristown, N. J. to Jane, daughter of Hon. Samuel A. Foot, of Geneva.

DIED - In Geneva, on Saturday, Feb. 20th, John F., only child of Daniel and Catharine Dempsey, aged 3 years, 10 months and 8 days.

In Geneva, on the morning of Feb. 12th, of disease of the heart, George Fordon, of Seneca, aged 72 years, 9 months, and 23 days.

In Geneva, on Feb. 10th, Thomas F. Parker, aged 76 years.

In Geneva, on the 14th inst., Catherine McDonald, aged 74 years. Funeral Saturday at the house at 1 p.m. and from the Memorial Church at 2 p.m.

From Geneva Gazette 3 March 1876

MARRIED - In Orange, Schuyler county, Feb. 1st, 1876, by Rev. E. T. Mallory, Mr. Alexander McPherson, of Seneca, Ontario county, and Mrs. Nancy Ferris, of Orange, Schuyler county, N. Y.

DIED - In Geneva, Thursday, February 24, Heman Bostwick, formerly of Newark, N. Y., in the 71st year of his age.

In Geneva, Friday, February 25th, Mabel E., youngest daughter of Geo. Fairfax, aged 5 years and 9 months.

In Geneva, March 2d, of consumption, Morgan Sanders, aged 23 years, 8 months and 15 days. Funeral tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock from the First Presbyterian church.

From Geneva Gazette 17 March 1876

MARRIED - At the parsonage in Seneca, March 8th, by the Rev. A. B. Temple, Richard G. Preston and Miss Maddie A. Pitt, all of Seneca.

From Geneva Gazette 24 March 1876

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's mother in this village, on the 23rd inst. by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Walter S. Hurd and Anna E., daughter of the late John Ide.

DIED -
In this village, on the 22d inst., Sarah Delano, wife of Peter Richards and daughter of the late Gen. Joseph G. Swift. Funeral at Trinity Church this afternoon at 4 o'clock.

In this village, March 23d, William Ernest, youngest son of Thomas J. and Susan Roe, aged 6 months.

At Seneca Castle, on Friday, 18th inst., of heart disease, Mr. Jeremiah Wheeler, aged 60 years.

From Geneva Gazette 31 March 1876

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, on the evening of March 23d, by the Rev. Henry Anstice, D. D., of St. Luke's, George W. Wyman, of Geneva, and Carrie D., daughter of J. F. Royce of Rochester.

DIED -
In Geneva, on the 25th March inst., Mrs. Martha, wife of J. Milton Smith of Hector, aged 67.

From Geneva Gazette 7 April 1876

MARRIED - In Moravia, N. Y., on Wednesday, March 29th, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Andrew Roe, Mr. Allen F. Morey to Miss Nellie M. Baird, only daughter of the late Col. William H. Baird of Geneva.

DIED -
In this village on the 24th inst., Mrs. Margaret S., wife of the late Michael Ryan. Funeral will take place at 9 o'clock from the home and at 9:30 o'clock from St. Francis deSales Church.

From Geneva Gazette 14 April 1876

MARRIED - At the residence of J. E. Squier in Seneca, April 12th, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mrs. James Goodale of Geneva to Miss Sybil E. Black of Seneca.

DIED - In this village on the 11th inst., of consumption, Peter McNellis, aged 20 years and 6 months.

On Monday, April 10th, Mary Rose, youngest daughter of James P. and Maria H. Mellen, aged 14 years and 3 days.

In Caledonia, April 8th, Mrs. John Mead, formerly of Geneva, aged 68 yrs.

In East Avon, on the 3d inst., Asa C. Billings, formerly of Geneva, aged 48 years.

From Geneva Gazette 28 April 1876

DIED - At his residence, No. 12  Pine Alley, Williamsport, Pa., April 22, William Wentz, aged 64 years, formerly of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 12 May 1876

DIED - In Seneca, May 6th, Mr. Henry Crittenden, one of the early pioneers of this town, aged 77 years.

In Geneva, on Monday, May 1st, Margaret Clear, aged 55 years, widow of the late Timothy Clear.

From Geneva Gazette 28 May 1876

MARRIED -
May 3d, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Mr. Albert W. Goseline and Miss Ina  Filkins, both of Phelps.

DIED - At the residence of his brother-in-law, W. I. Higgins, on the 3d inst., of consumption, James Lambert, formerly of Rochester.

From Geneva Gazette 9 June 1876

DIED -
In Seneca, June 3, of Bright's disease, Blanche, daughter of William and Mary Beattie, aged 5 years and 11 months.

From Geneva Gazette 30 June 1876

DIED - In this village, on the 25th inst., Peter Shandley, aged 36 years.

From Geneva Gazette 7 July 1876

DIED - In Phelps, on the 2d inst., Mr. Vincent Reed, aged 67 years.

In this village, on the morning of Sunday, July 2d, Mr. Enos Kent, aged 53 years.

From Geneva Gazette 14 July 1876

MARRIED -
In this village on the 12th July inst., by Rev. W. W. Brush, Mr. George Haskins to Miss Ella Churchill, all of Geneva.

DIED - On the 8th, of diphtheria, Robert P., youngest son of Patrick and Elizabeth Hennessey, aged three years and three months.

From Geneva Gazette 21 July 1876

MARRIED -
On Thursday, July 27th, by Rev. A. R. Temple, Robert Carson, Esq., to Mrs. Eliza S. Means, all of Seneca.

From Geneva Gazette 11 August 1876

MARRIED -
In Geneva, on Sunday evening, August 6th, by Rev. A. W. Green, Mr. Myron T. Springstead to Miss Minnie A. Smith, both of Geneva.

In Memorial Church on Wednesday, Aug. 9th, by Rev. Dr. Rankine, Frank J. Hardison to Miss Rosa A., youngest daughter of Thomas Baxter, Esq., all of Geneva.

DIED -
In this village, on Sunday, Aug. 6th, of apoplexy, Mr. John Wride, aged 59 years and five months.

In this village, on Thursday morning, August 10th, of consumption, Bethia, wife of Chas. Fahly, and youngest daughter of Ira G. Tompkins, aged 30 years.

From Geneva Gazette 18 August 1876

DIED - In this village, on the 17th inst., of cholera infantum, Arabella, infant daughter of Geo. W. and Ella Proctor, aged 14 months.

In Hopewell, on the 15th inst., of consumption, Mr. John W. Huke, formerly of Geneva, aged 37 years and 4 months.

From Geneva Gazette 25 August 1876

DIED - In this village on the 17th inst., of cholera infantum, Sophronia Belle, infant daughter of Geo. W. and Ella Proctor, aged 7 months and 25 days.

From Geneva Gazette 8 September 1876

DIED - In Seneca, August 26th, Cora L., daughter of Nelson G. and Almeda H. Dixon, aged 8 weeks.

On Sunday, at Wilmington, Ill., Mrs. Elizabeth E. Walsh, widow of the late F. C. Walsh, of Chicago, formerly Miss Libbie Tuohey of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 15 September 1876

DIED - In Gorham, Sept. 4, at the home of his son, James, Mr. Benjamin Ketchum, aged nearly 82 years.

From Geneva Gazette 29 September 1876

MARRIED - In Geneva, on the 17th inst., by Rev. Dr. Hogarth, Chas. E. Cartwright to Mrs. Annie Wheeler, both of Geneva.

In Rockland, Mass., by Rev. E. L. Carpenter, T. C. Maxwell of Geneva, to Susie A. Perry.

In this village, at the residence of the bride's parents, on Wednesday evening, Sept. 27th, by the Rev. James Rankine, D. D., Charles P. Wilkins to Ella Louise, only daughter of S. G. McKane, all of Geneva.

DIED - In Geneva, September 27th, Leila F., daughter of G. W. Allen, aged 23 years.

From Geneva Gazette 6 October 1876

DIED -
In Seneca, Sept. 27th, of consumption, Mrs. Emily Rippey, wife of Geo. O. Rippey, and daughter of T. W. Simson, in the 47th year of her age.

In this village, Sept. 30th of typhoid fever, Lillie May, only child of John C. and Frances R. Appleby, aged 9 years, 4 months and 11 days.

From Geneva Gazette 27 October 1876

MARRIED -
At the church of St. Francis de Sales, Thursday morning, Oct. 26th, by the Rev. Father McManus, Mr. Thomas DeLaney, of Plattsburgh, and Miss Kate, daughter of John Burns, of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 3 November 1876

DIED - In Seneca Castle, on the 15th Oct., of Bright's disease, Mr. William Wheeler, aged 65 years.

In Orleans, on the 24th ult., Lena, only child of Palmer and Eliza Moore, aged 4 years.

From Geneva Gazette 10 November 1876

MARRIED - At Seneca Parsonage, Tuesday, Nov. 7th, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. W. H. Robinson of Flint Creek to MIss Sarah A. Stewart of Seneca.

DIED - At Hall's Corners, Nov. 6, Mr. Geo. Renwick, an old merchant of Seneca, aged 68 years, 9 months and 18 days.

In Geneva, Oct. 28th, Peter Green, aged 59 years.

From Geneva Gazette 17 November 1876

DIED - At Canandaigua, on Thursday morning, Nov. 2d, of heart disease, Mrs. Susan Jackson, sister of Jeptha Earl, aged 75 years.

From Geneva Gazette 1 December 1876

MARRIED -
In this village, Thursday, Nov. 30th, at the residence of the bride's father by the Rev. A. W. Green, Capt. S. Standish to Miss Carrie A., daughter of Wm. Gulick of Geneva.

At the residence of the bride's parents in the town of Geneva, on Wednesday, Nov. 20th, by the Rev. B. M. Goldsmith, Mr. Sidney B. Reed to Miss Ina M. Scoon, oldest daughter of James Scoon, Esq.

From Geneva Gazette 15 December 1876

MARRIED -
On Wednesday, 13th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, rector of St. Peter's Church, D. Frederic Atwood of West Minot, Maine, to Carrie A., oldest daughter of S. E. Parker of Geneva.

DIED - In this village, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Martha, wife of Robert Hoult, a native of England, aged 76 years.

In this village, on the 14th inst., William Walter Hill.

In Orleans, on the 5th inst., Jesse, son of George and Sarah More, aged 21 years.

From Geneva Gazette 22 December 1876

MARRIED -
On the 19th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, James E. Northup of Cleveland, O., to Francis J., oldest daughter of J. C. Riley of Geneva.

On the 20th inst., at the residence of Edward Pearce, grandfather of the bride, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Elmer A. Phillips, M. D., of Carleton, N. Y., to Anna M. Cooper of Oaks Corners.

DIED - In Seneca, on the 16th inst., Mr. Aaron Caton, aged 28 years.

In Seneca Castle, on the 18th inst., Mr. Henry Hamilton, aged 45 years.

In this village, on Wednesday, the 20th inst., Mr. Jacob Everson, aged 78 years.

In this village, Dec. 15th, after a long and painful illness, Deborah M., wife of John Angus, in the 67th year of her age.

In Philadelphia, on the 18th inst., Mr. John Smith, formerly of Geneva, in the 105th year of his age. The remains of the venerable centenarian were brought to Geneva for interment.





From Geneva Courier 3 January 1877

MARRIED - In Geneva, on Thursday, the 28th ult., by Rev. H. A. Nelson, Mr. Herman Frazel of Mason, Mich., to Miss M. Addie Henderson of Geneva.

In Geneva, Jan. 3, by the Rev. Dr. H. A. Nelson, Mr. Robert B. Smith to Miss Nettie Simmons, all of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 5 January 1877

MARRIED -
On Wednesday, Dec. 25th, by Rev. A. P. Bliss, C. P. Baggerly and Miss Flora VanAuken, all of Phelps.

At the residence of the bride's father, in Hopewell, Dec. 26th, by Rev. E. S. Corbin, Mr. Henry S. Pettengill of Kansas and Miss Mary VanFleet of Hopewell.

From Geneva Courier 10 January 1877

DIED - Dec. 29, 1876, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Myron C. Bailey, aged 29 years, 8 months and 27 days. He was formerly of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 12 January 1877

DIED - In this village, on Sunday, Jan. 7th, Mr. Daniel Dempsey, in the 29th year of his age.

From Geneva Gazette 19 January 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of George Hule, Esq., Geneva, on the 17th last, by the Rev. L. M. Foster, Mr. Samuel J. Finger of Benton to Miss Anna Newell of Geneva.

DIED - At Lancaster, Pa., on the 1st January, Mr. T. Dunham, formerly of Geneva, in the 90th year of his age.

At Hall's Corners, on the 16th inst., George Barden.

In Gorham, on the 11th of January, after protracted suffering, Jane, wife of Seneca Miller, aged 71 years.

In Gorham, January 6, Miss Adelaide Groesbeck, aged 36 years.

In this village, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Eva Rosina, wife of John J. Zobrist, in the 49th year of her age.

From Geneva Gazette 26 January 1877

MARRIED -
At St. Peter's Rectory, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Samuel Moore of Geneva to Miss Ann Baxter of Seneca.

From Geneva Gazette 2 February 1877

DIED -
In Seneca, January 27, Nancy Elizabeth, wife of Adam Legerwood, aged 41 years.

In Seneca, January 29th, Mrs. Betsey Whitney.

In Geneva, January 29, Mr. Edward Pierce.

In Geneva, February 1st, David Samuel Hall.

From Geneva Gazette 9 February 1877

MARRIED -
On the 7th inst., at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Sarah Jane, daughter of Mr. John Boyes of the town of Waterloo to Clarence G. Alcock of the town of Phelps.

On the 8th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Mary, daughter of Mr. B. Norrish, to Henry Rice, all of Geneva.

DIED - In Newark, N. Y., at the residence of her son, Jas. B. Squier, Jan. 30, Lydia Ann, wife of James H. Squier. aged 68 years. An old resident of Geneva.

At Detroit, Mich., Feb. 3rd, Mrs. H. W. Seymour, widow of the late Alonzo Seymour of this village.

From Geneva Courier 14 February 1877

MARRIED - In Geneva, Feb. 8th, by the Rev. Dr. Hinsdale, President of Hobart College, Mr. James Floyd Coe, of Benton, to Miss Emily B. Gaylord of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 23 February 1877

DIED - In this village, on the 19th inst., Ellen, wife of Michael McGloon, and daughter of Mr. Hopkins. An infant of deceased died on the 16th inst.

From Geneva Courier 28 February 1877

MARRIED - On Thursday, February 22d, by Rev. W. W. Brush, Edgar M. Crittenden to Anna Robison, daughter of the late S. D. Robison, all of Geneva.

DIED - In New Orleans, La., on Tuesday, the 20th inst., at 11:13 p.m., in the 61st year of his age, Nelson Keyes, only brother of B. W. Keyes, Esq., of this place.

From Geneva Gazette 9 March 1877

DIED - In this village, on the 8th inst., of heart disease, Henry A., second son of W. H. Loomis, aged 28 years, 6 months.

In this village, on the 8th inst., of consumption, Nora, only daughter of Mr. John Payne, aged 19 years.

In this village, on the 6th inst., Lieut. Thomas Alsop, of the 50th N. Y. V., aged about 56 years.

In this village, on the 5th inst., Mary, wife of Herman F. Fox, aged 27 years.

From Geneva Courier 21 March 1877

MARRIED -  In this village, on the 11th inst., by Rev. H. W. Nelson, rector of Trinity Church, William H. Frautz to Amanda J. Tyler, oldest daughter of Mrs. John B. Dixon, all of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 23 March 1877

DIED -
In Seneca Falls, on the morning of the 9th inst., Louisa A., wife of Chas. P. Waters, formerly of Geneva, age 35 years.

From Geneva Gazette 30 March 1877

MARRIED - On Wednesday, March 21st, by the Rev. A. B. Temple, William F. Owen of Geneva and Carrie D., youngest daughter of Hon. Harrison R. Gage, of Bellona.

DIED - At the residence of her son-in-law, Thomas S. McCauley, in Seneca, on Monday, March 13th, of typhoid pneumonia, Mrs. Calista Warden, aged 72 years.

From Geneva Courier 4 April 1877

DIED - In Flint Creek, on Sunday, April 1, of consumption, Hattie N., wife of A. N. Fiero, aged 36 years, 5 mos.

At Geneva, on Good Friday, March 30, entered into rest, in the 86th year of her age, Anne J., widow of George Gallagher, and daughter of the late John B. Murray of New York.

From Geneva Gazette 6 April 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents in Hopewell, Jan. 23, 1877, by the Rev. Mr. Buck, Chas. H. Proudfit of Seneca to Lillian E., daughter of A. J. Hanna, Esq.

DIED - In Phelps, on Saturday, March 31, William Clark Crosby, aged 79 years.

At the residence of Phillip Powell, in Gorham, March 29, William McClure, aged 68 years and 5 months.

At Watkins, Friday, April 4th, of diphtheria, Miss J. Pinch, daughter of William Pinch, formerly of this village, aged 15 years.

From Geneva Gazette 13 April 1877

DIED - In Penn Yan, on Monday, the 9th inst., Mrs. Anne H., widow of the late Wm. F. Leaman of Geneva, aged 76 years.

At Pine Creek, Pa., March 30th, Mr. Albert Ansley, formerly of this town, aged 77 years. His remains were interred at Bellona.

From Geneva Courier 18 April 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents, Thursday afternoon, April 12th, by Rev. William Hogarth, D. D., William G. Dove to Annie E., youngest daughter of William Chipps, Esq., all of Geneva.

DIED - On the 4th of April, S. Anna, aged 14 years, and on the 11th inst., Asa D., aged 5 1/2 months, both of diptheria, oldest and youngest children of George W. and Eunice Smith, of Farmington.

In Keyport, New Jersey, on the evening of April 5th, from the effects of a stroke of paralysis, Mrs. Emily M. Swainson, widow of the late T. Swainson, formerly of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 20 April 1877

DIED - On Saturday, the 14th inst., Mr. William Van Lew, an old and well-esteemed citizen, aged 82 years.

In this village, on the 14th inst., Mrs. Anna, relict of the late Rev. William Snow, aged 84 years.

In Geneva, April 15th, Oliver H. Grow, aged 87 years.

From Geneva Courier 25 April 1877

MARRIED - In Benton, N. Y., March 29, Robert Peck of Geneva to Orrie Thompson of Seneca.

From Geneva Courier 2 May 1877

DIED - In this village, on the 25th inst., of heart disease, Marcus, oldest son of P. Q. Lincoln, aged 26 years.

In this village, on the 25th inst., after a long and painful illness, Miss Maria Bush, aged 70 years.

From Phelps Citizen 5 May 1877

MARRIED - In the Catholic church at Clifton Springs, on Monday evening, April 20, by the Rev. Lee, Arthur Brown and Miss Anna A Haubner, both of Clifton Springs.

At the Christian church, Naples, April 28, by Rev. G. R. Fuller, Rev. Zenas A. Poste and Miss Nellie Peck.

DIED -
In Geneva, April 27th, William M. Johnson, aged 2 years, 2 months and 16 days, son of Joseph Johnson.

In Shortsville, April 27, Philip VanBusen.

In Geneva, May 1st, Henry Dietman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dietman, aged 2 months.

In Canandaigua, May 2, Nancy Reed, wife of G. G. Reed, aged 69 years.

From Phelps Citizen 12 May 1877

DIED - In Richmond, on Monday morning , May 8, Deacon Noah Ashley in the 31st year of his age.

In Stanley, May 8, James M. Fulton, aged 14 years.

From Geneva Courier 30 May 1877

DIED - At the residence of D. B. Backenstose in Geneva, May 27, Elizabeth Cortelyou, relict of the late William Cortelyou, aged 74.

From Geneva Courier 6 June 1877

DIED - At West Bloomfield, Tuesday evening, May 29th, Mrs. Mary C. Brown, relict of the late Rev. S. C. Brown, in the 77th year of her age.

From Geneva Courier 13 June 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William McKelvie, in the town of Geneva, on Wednesday evening, May 30, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. John A. Ross and Miss Anna McKelvie, both of the town of Geneva.

At the residence of the bride's parents, near Seneca Castle, on the evening of May 31st, by the Rev. B. F. Hitchcock, of Williamson, N. Y., assisted by Rev. I. M. Foster of Seneca Castle, Mr. Alvan S. Youngs and Miss Hellen A. Hughes.

From Geneva Gazette 15 June 1877

DIED -
In this village, on the 9th inst., after a brief illness of paralysis, Mrs. Ellen, wife of Matthew Easterbrook, and daughter of George Hawks, aged 49 years, 2 months and 2 days.

In Seneca, on the 3d inst., Mrs. Thomas Butcher, aged 72 years, after a long and painful illness. She was buried in the rural cemetery near Seneca Castle on the 5th inst., Rev. . R. Corbin (Universalist) officiating.

From Geneva Courier 20 June 1877

DIED - On Saturday, June 16, in Geneva, Miss Frank A. Ericson, aged 80 years.

In Gorham, June 8, Emma V. Wood, aged 35 years.

On Monday evening, the 18th inst., Carolyn Jermain, widow of Rev. Stephen Porter, in the 84th year of her age. The funeral will be attended at the family residence on Pulteney street, on Thursday, at 3 p.m.

From Geneva Courier 27 June 1877
 
DIED - On Friday, June 15th, Elizabeth A., wife of Reuben S. Torrey, aged 51 years, 2 months and 13 days.

From Geneva Courier 11 July 1877

DIED - In Geneva, June 58, Harriet, wife of Samuel Male, formerly of Lyons, aged 72 years.

At Morrison, Whiteside county, Ill., June 13th, John Hall, aged 98 years and 4 months, formerly and for nearly fifty years a resident of Geneva.

From Geneva Gazette 13 July 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, Thomas W. Simson, Tuesday, July 4th, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. William M. Bristol to Miss Jennie Simson of Seneca.


From Geneva  Courier 8 August 1877

MARRIED - August 2, by Rev. Dr. Hogarth, at the residence of bride's father, Mr. Henry E. Maxwell and Miss Agnes E. Smith, daughter of Mr. Chester A. Smith, all of Geneva.

In Clifton Springs, at the residence of bride's mother, Wednesday, August 1st, by Rev. J. C. Burgdorf, Mr. J. M. Burgdorf of Newark and Lottie Wayne of Clifton Springs.

From Phelps Citizen 10 August 1877

MARRIED - At Seneca Castle, July 22, by Rev. I. N. Foster, Walter E. Greene of Seneca Castle and Miss Ella Mead of Denton.

From Geneva Courier 15 August 1877

MARRIED - On the 9th inst., at the home of the bride in Chapinville, by the Rev. Dr. Brown, John R. Thomas of Rochester to Julia H., second daughter of J. L. Munson, Esq.

DIED - In Geneva, August 9th, of consumption, Mary A. McDonough, almost 22 years.

In Detroit, August 8th, Ann S., wife of Charles L. Hemiup of this place, in the forty-seventh years of her age.

In Seneca, on the 2d instant, Charles Ellis, son of Geo. W. and S. A. Johnson, aged 9 years and 6 months.

In New York City, on Monday, 13th inst., Mrs. Emile C. Smith, wife of Frank M. Smith, and daughter of Geo. P. and Mary Mowry, Geneva, N. Y., age 33 yrs.

In Naples, July 13, Charles Maltby, aged 57 years.

At Eaton Rapids, Mich., July 16th, Hon. Harvey Wright, formerly of Richmond, Ontario county, aged 48 years.

In Bristol, August 2, Celestia Quick, aged 28 years.

In East Bloomfield, August 8, Elizabeth Vandenburg, aged 23 years, 9 months.

In Canandaigua, August 3, Michael McCormick, aged 46 years.

From Phelps Citizen 17 August 1877

DIED - In Canandaigua, August 5, of summer complaint, Margaret, infant daughter of Michael and Julia McPhillips, aged 7 months.

In Canadice, July 23, Mrs. Belle Wemett, wife of the late Wm. L. Wemett, aged 18 years.

From Geneva Courier 5 September 1877

DIED - In Seneca, on the 27th inst. of cholera infantum, Nettie Emma Barden, aged 4 months and 22 days.

In Seneca, August 31st, of cholera infantum, Jennie, daughter of George W. and Hattie M. Black, aged 2 months and 13 days.

From Phelps Citizen 7 September 1877

DIED -
In Phelps, August 31st, Lemuel Jones, aged 75 years.

In Phelps, September 1st, Fanny R., infant daughter of A. E. and Addie Brooks, aged 2 months and 14 days.

In Manchester, September 1st, William Short, aged 61 years.

In Orleans, September 2, William T., infant son of W. A. and Emily Lamb, aged 7 months.

In Geneva, August 26th, Harriet Gayton, aged 72 years.

At Canandaigua, September 4, Rev. John Raines, aged 50 years, 7 months and 11 days.

In Clifton Springs, August 30th, Richard Devereaux, aged 18 years.

In Farmington, August 30th, Amy A. Camp, aged 82 years.

In Shortsville, Sept. 2d, Esther T., daughter of David and Sarah Wardwell, aged 21 years and 6 months.

In Hopewell, Sept. 3d, George Wilt, aged 67 years.

In Canandaigua, August 25th, Robert Deakin, aged 60 years and 4 month.

From Geneva Courier 12 September 1877

MARRIED -
At the residence of the bride's parents, in the town of Seneca, Tuesday, September 4, by Rev. H. H. Kellogg of Seneca Castle, Mr. Maltland B. Sloat, of Watertown, N. Y., and Miss Nettie F. Greenleaf.

At the residence of the bride's father, in Seneca Castle, Wednesday, September 5, by Rev. H. H. Kellogg, Mr. Charles S. Bond of Seneca and Miss Clara A. Whitney.

DIED -
In Phelps, August 31st, Lemuel Jones, aged 75 years.

In Phelps, September 1st, Fanny R., infant daughter of A. E. and Addie Brooks, aged 2 months and 14 days.

In Manchester, September 1st, William Short, aged 61 years.

In Orleans, September 2, William T., infant son of W. A. and Emily Lamb, aged 7 months.

In Clifton Springs, August 30th, Richard Devereaux, aged 18 years.

In Farmington, August 30th, Amy A. Camp, aged 82 years.

In Shortsville, September 2d, Esther T., daughter of David and Sarah Wardwell, aged 24 years and 6 months.

In Hopewell, Sept. 3d, George Wilt, aged 67 years.

In Canandaigua, August 24th, Robert Deakin, aged 60 years and 4 months.

From Geneva Gazette 14 September 1877

MARRIED - At "Pine Grove", the residence of Mr. Wm. H. Dobbin, on Wednesday, the 19th last, by Rev. Henry A. Nelson, Mr. David C. Bond to Miss Hattie Dobbin.

From Geneva Courier 19 September 1877

DIED -
This Wednesday morning, Chas. Artemus, only son of Joseph and Rose Gerstner, aged nine month and six days. Funeral tomorrow morning at the family residence, Castle street. The remains will be buried in the Catholic cemetery.

From Geneva Courier 26 September 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of Miss Tompkins in Catherine street, on Thursday, the 20th inst., by Rev. Henry A. Nelson, Mr. Thomas Jackson of Waterloo to Miss Nellie Hammet of Geneva.

DIED - In Seneca, on Monday evening, 24th inst., of scarlet fever, Anna S., daughter of Herman J. and Lottie E. Rice, aged 2 years and 3 months.

From Geneva Gazette 28 September 1877

MARRIED - At the parsonage in Benton Centre on the 23d September, by Rev. T. B. Hill, Cassius S. Osborn of Hall's Corners to Lottie S. Milton of Dresden.

DIED - In Seneca, August 19th, of scarlet fever, Eddie M., aged 4 years and 2 months, and September 24th, of same disease, Anna S., aged 2 years and 9 mos, children of Harmon J. and Lottie Rice.

From Geneva Courier 3 October 1877

MARRIED -
On Thursday evening, September 27, by Rev. D. Moore, D. D. James G. Simpson, and Mrs. Delia A. Eastman, both of Geneva.

At the residence of the bride's parents in Seneca Castle, on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 27, by Rev. H. H. Kellogg, Miss Libbie Steadman, only daughter of Smith B. Steadman, and Mr. Mark M. Ansley of Geneva.

From Phelps Citizen 5 October 1877

DIED -
In Phelps, September 18th, Jesse, infant son of William and Kate Cornford, aged 10 months.

In Phelps, September 30th, at the residence of her son-in-law, E. Beardsley, Mrs. Sophia Gilbert, aged 84 years.

From Geneva Courier10 October 1877

MARRIED - On the 4th inst., at the residence of the bride's parents in Orleans, by Rev. M. Wheeler, Mr. Charles Shores of Broome to Brenice Wheat of Orleans.

DIED - In this village, October 8th inst., Susan Rebecca Worth, wife of Charles J. Folger, aged 54 years, 6 months, 8 days.

From Phelps Citizen 12 October 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, in Phelps, October 4, by Rev. Ralph Clapp, Charles M. Cartright and Belle Langdon.

From Geneva Courier 17 October 1877

MARRIED -
At the parsonage in Seneca, on September 25, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Miss Matilda M. Ackerson and Smith N. Johnson, both of Hall's Corners.

DIED -
In Geneva, October 18, of apoplexy, James, son of Andrew Turck, aged 80 years, 9 months and 13 days.

At West Bloomfield, on the 9th inst., Melancton Gates, aged 76 years and 9 months.

From Geneva Courier 24 October 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of Hon. Oliver P. Hurd, in Watkins, by Rev Milton Walde, D. D., Sept 10th, Mr. N. H. Noyes, of Geneva, and Mrs. Lucy Baker of Watkins.

At Canandaigua, October 16, by James Rankine, D. D., William S. Ellis of Crystal Springs, Yates county, to Eliza Hamilton, daughter of the late Hon. Orson Benjamin, of the former place.

At the residence of the bride's parents in Geneva, Wednesday evening, October 17, by the Rev. Henry A. Nelson, D. D., D. J. VanAuken, Jr., of Oswego, and Clara H., daughter of Mathew Wilson, Esq., of Geneva.

At the Methodist parsonage in Michigan City, Wednesday evening, October 11, by the Rev. H. C. Buckles, Mr. Douglas D. Phelps of Indianapolis, Ind., to Miss Mary A. Fleming of Geneva.

From Phelps Citizen 2 November 1877

DIED - In Phelps, October 29, Mary Sheriff, aged 90 years, 7 months and 21 days. The deceased has been a member of the Methodist church of this place for seventy-five years.

From Geneva Courier 7 November 1877

MARRIED - At Seneca parsonage, October 17, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. Orlander Johnson and Miss Mary Rain.

At the residence of the bride's parents, October 24, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. Newton Black of Seneca and Miss Nettie Watson of Hopewell.

From Geneva Gazette 9 November 1877

DIED -
In Geneva, at 5:45 o'clock this morning, Mary E. Van Rensselaer, widow of the late Samuel H. Gardner, counsellor-at-law of St. Louis, Mo.

In Geneva, Nov. 4th, Emma, infant daughter of Edward and Rosa Delf, aged 3 months.

In Phelps, Nov. 2, Lizzie, infant daughter of Terence O'Brien, aged 3 months.

From Phelps Citizen 9 November 1877

MARRIED -
In Phelps, November 8th, at the residence of the bride's mother, John H. Youngs to Miss Asia Glimpse.

In Phelps, November 8th, at the residence of the bride's mother, Augustus Leach and Miss Madeline Glimpse.

On the 7th of November, at the residence of A. D. Crosby, Phelps, by the Rev. E. H. Corbin of Clifton, Chauncey Mussleman and Mrs. Elizabeth Doxtater, both of Phelps.

On the 28th of October, by the Rev. A. P. Ormana, M. H. Wood and Miss Rhoda Grinnels, both of the town of Manchester.

At Phelps, November 8th, at the residence of the bride's father, Cornelius Cudderback, Mr. A. B. Pruyn and Miss Minnie Cudderback, both of Phelps.

From Geneva Courier 14 November 1877

MARRIED -
At Seneca parsonage on Thursday, November 8th, by Rev. A. B. Temple, William C. Fiero and Miss J. Stella Lewis, both of Flint Creek.

DIED -
In Geneva, at 4:45 o'clock, Friday morning, Mary S. Van Rensselaer, widow of the late Samuel H. Gardner, counselor-at-law, of St. Louis, Mo.

In Geneva, November 4th, Edith, daughter of Edward and Rosa Delf, aged 3 months.

From Phelps Citizen 16 November 1877

MARRIED - In Phelps, November 12, by Rev. Julius E. Werner, Lewis Carr, of Glenbeniak, Wis., to Miss Ida Humphrey, only daughter of William Humphrey.

By the Rev. J. DeLarma, November 13, James C. Dillingbeck, of Chaumont, N. Y., to Miss Mary Solomon, of Phelps.

DIED - At Seneca Castle, November 14, Dennis P. Stevens, aged 76 years.

From Geneva Gazette 16 November 1877

MARRIED - In Geneva, November 15th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. E. S. Corbin of Clifton Springs, Mr. William F. Sippel, to Miss Mary L., youngest daughter of E. W. Fox, Geneva.

At Seneca parsonage on Thursday, November 8th, by Rev. A. B. Temple, William C. Fiero and Miss J. Stella, daughter of Chas. H. Lewis, all of Flint Creek.

From Geneva Courier 21 November 1877

MARRIED -
On the 6th inst., at the parsonage of the First Presbyterian church, by Pastor H. A. Nelson, Mr. John Wesley Powers to Miss Ella B. Mumford, both of Rushville.

DIED -
At Seneca Castle, November 14th, Dennis P. Stevens, aged 76 years and 9 months.

From Phelps Citizen 23 November 1877

MARRIED - By the Rev. C. Francisco, at his residence in Phelps, Nov. 7, H. W. Forward of East Bloomfield and Miss Helen Reed of Bristol,

In Phelps at the residence of the bride's father, John Hanes, Mr. Oren Middaugh, of Mich., and Miss Lucretia Hanes.

In Phelps, Nov. 21, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. M. Wheeler, Mr. Frank E. Early, of Orleans, and Miss Fannie E. Morley.

From Phelps Citizen 30 November 1877

MARRIED -
In Liverpool, N. Y., Nov. 25, by Rev. Jas. S. Root, George Mack, of Phelps, and Miss Nancy H. Cook, formerly of Nelson, N. Y.

DIED - In Phelps, November 26, James M. Cole, aged 67 yrs.

In Phelps, November 21, Thomas J. Cole, aged 46 years.

In Victor, November 12, Andrew Rowley, aged 79 years.

From Geneva Gazette 7 December 1877

MARRIED -
At the residence of John M. Wood, near Hall's Corners, on Thursday, Nov. 29th, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. M. L. Parkhurst of Canandaigua, and Miss Jennie Elton of Seneca.

DIED - In Seneca, Nov. 28, Mrs. Mary McPherson, in the 73d year of her age.

In Seneca, Dec. 1st, Theresa Moore, aged 24 years.

In Seneca, Dec. 3d, Mrs. Joanna Latta, aged 78 years.

From Phelps Citizen 14 December 1877

MARRIED -
In Phelps, December 8, by Rev. A. H. Bliss, at the parsonage, William Wardwell and Mary J. Rumsey, both of Shortsville.

At the home of the bride in Townsendville, December 8, by Rev. B. F. Weatherwax, Mr. Stephen T. Westervelt of Hopewell Center, Ontario Co., and Miss Kate Voorhees of Townsendville, Seneca Co.

From Geneva Gazette 14 December 1877

MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's parents, Wednesday, Dec. 12th, by the Rev. A. B. Temple, J. Grove Rippey and Miss Ellen Wilkie, daughter of James Wilkie, all of Geneva.

In this village, Dec. 12th, at the Tompkins House, by the Rev. James Rankine, D. D., Nellie, daughter of Daniel D. Tompkins, to George C. Bliss of New York City.

From Geneva Gazette 21 December 1877

DIED - In Geneva, Nov. 1st, Mary A. Maurer, aged 51 years.

From Phelps Citizen 21 December 1877

MARRIED -
In Phelps, December 13th, at the residence of the bride's parents on Church street, by Rev. C. G. Carpenter, assisted by Rev. J. DeLarme, Mr. A. H. Sanford to Miss Minnie, only daughter of Dr. E. G. Carpenter. Both of Phelps.

From Phelps Citizen 28 December 1877

MARRIED -
In Orleans, December 20th, at the residence of the bride's father, Hon. Ulisses Warner, Miss Adelaide Warner, and Mr. George H. Cramer, of Albany.

From Geneva Gazette 28 December 1877

MARRIED -
At the residence of the bride's parents near Stanley, on Thursday, Dec. 20th, by Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. Joshua A. Evered of Gorham and Miss Carrie E. Rilands of Seneca.

At the residence of the bride's parents near Stanley, on Thursday, Dec. 27th, by Rev. A. B. Temple, A. D. McDonald and L. Jennie Rilands, all of Seneca.

At the Presbyterian parsonage in No. 9, on the 27th inst., by the Rev. A. B. Temple, Mr. Andrew Robson to Miss Ella Bond, both of Seneca.





From Phelps Citizen 4 January 1878

MARRIED -
In Phelps, November 14, 1877 by Rev. A. H. Bliss, at the parsonage, Joseph McCarthy and Sarah A. Westwood, both of Phelps.

DIED - In Phelps, December 25, 1877, at the residence of her son, near Melvin Hill, Esther Salisbury, widow of the late Luther Salisbury,

In Canandaigua, Friday morning, December 28, in the 31st year of his age, Clarence Egbert Mattison, local editor of the Ontario Repository and Messenger, and eldest son of the proprietor of that journal.

From Geneva Gazette 4 January 1878

MARRIED - At the parsonage in No. 9, on Wednesday, Jan. 2d, by Rev. A. B. Temple, William C. Fothergill of Geneva, and Miss Sarah J. Carr of Seneca.

From Phelps Citizen 25 January 1878

BORN -
In Gypsum, January 19, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Vanderhoof.

DIED -
In Phelps, January 13, Mrs. James Kennedy, aged 46 years.

In Oaks Corners, January 21, Charles B. Wright, aged 70 years.

In Phelps, January 21, Lillie B. Sabin, aged 15 years. 

From Phelps Citizen 1 February 1878

DIED -
In Plymouth, Del., January 3, Miss Harriet Spencer Mack, formerly of Phelps, in the 79th year of her age.

From Phelps Citizen 8 February 1878

BORN -
In Phelps, February 2, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton McBurney.

MARRIED -
In Phelps, January 23, by Rev. J. DeLarme, Enos McMillan and Miss Mary McGee, both of Phelps.

DIED - In Phelps, January 28, Mrs. Sarah C. L. Peck, aged 84 years.

In Phelps, February 5, Anna E. Boyd, aged 7 years.

In Phelps, February 5, John E. Ryan, infant child of Patrick Ryan, aged 4 months.

In the town of Seneca, Friday, February 1, Mrs. Laura Barnes, aged 83 years.

In Geneva, January 25, Lillie B. Maxwell, oldest daughter of T. C. Maxwell.

From Phelps Citizen 15 February 1878

MARRIED -
In Phelps, at the residence of the bride's parents, Wednesday, February 15, by the Rev. J. DeLarme, Mr. Edwin S. Votey and Miss Annie M. Gray, both of Phelps.

On the 12th inst., at Christ Church, Danville, Pa., by Rev. J. W. Peck, Richard E. Bull, of Clifton Springs, and Miss Libbie Lavinia Griffis, of Ogdensburgh, Pa.

DIED - In Phelps, February 12, Cuyler, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vrooman, aged 2 years and 9 months.

In Orleans, February 1878, Patrick, son of Patrick Tobin, aged 6 years.

From Geneva Courier 25 September 1878

MARRIED - In Seneca Castle, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. H. H. Kellogg, Wednesday, September 18, Mr. Cyrus Wooden of Geneva, and Miss Annie Phillips of Seneca Castle.

At the residence of the bride's mother, Tuesday evening, September 10th, Mr. Charles M. Spare of Geneva, and to Katie A. Strassburger of Schwenksville, Pa.

DIED - In this village, September 19th of diphtheria, Frank B., son of Augustus and Julia Kellogg, aged 8 years, 6 months and 11 days.

At her residence at Miller's Corners, town of West Bloomfield, on the morning of Saturday, the 21st, Elvira Van Voorhis, in the 75th year of her age.

From Phelps Citizen 1 March 1878

DIED - In Fulton, N. Y., at the house of his sister, Feb. 21, of cancer in the stomach, Jeremiah Spoor, of Phelps, aged 47 years. and six months.

From Phelps Citizen 8 March 1878

MARRIED -
In Phelps, at the Methodist parsonage, March 5, by the Rev. J. DeLarme, George H. Quick and Malissa M. Scott, both of Phelps.

At the residence of the bride's father in Phelps, Wednesday, March 6, by Rev. A. H. Hilas, Clarence E. Crittenden and Grace VanAuken.

In Phelps, at the Methodist parsonage, Wednesday, March 6, by the Rev. J. DeLarme, Frank Hawley and Mary Eloise Conley, both of Phelps.

DIED - In Geneva, at 12 o'clock, Wednesday, March 6, Ella, wife of John M. Page.

In Clifton Springs, Feb. 27, Mrs. Caroline Florence, wife of C. M. Redfield, aged 35 years.

In Clifton Springs. March 2, John L. Tiffany, late of New York City.

From Phelps Citizen 15 March 1878

BORN - In Phelps, March 3, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Horace L. Adams.

DIED -
In Phelps, March 12, W. Earl Sherwood, son of Wm. H. Sherwood, aged 7 years and 9 months.

From Phelps Citizen 22 March 1878

DIED - In Seneca Castle, March 15, Belle, youngest daughter of Lewis Traverse, aged 3 years, 8 months and 27 days.

In Manchester, March 15, Alonzo F. King, aged 44 years.

From Phelps Citizen 5 April 1878

MARRIED -
In Phelps, March 20, by Rev. Ralph Clapp, at the residence of the bride's parents, Warren H. Loomis of Oswego County and Carrie J. Lough of Phelps.

In Clifton Springs, March 20 1878, by Rev. E. S. Corbin, George D. Baggerly of Orleans and Miss Dora D. North.

DIED - In Orleans, March 27, infant son of Charles and Emma Bramble.

From Phelps Citizen 12 April 1878

DIED -
At his residence in Phelps, early Sabbath morning, April 7, suddenly of heart disease, Mr. B. F Hawks, aged 78 years.

In Phelps, April 8, Thomas Dunn, aged 23 years.

From Phelps Citizen 3 May 1878

MARRIED -
In the Universalist Church, Newark, N. Y., April 24, by Rev. E. S. Corbin, Mr. George H. Hugh, of Clifton Springs, and Miss Cora V. Hitchcock, of Newark.

DIED - In Clifton, April 28, Cynthia M. Grayson, aged 54 years.

In Gorham, April 21, Ansel Mumford, aged 65 years.

In Manchester, of quick consumption, Clara Y., the only daughter of J. M. and Lucinda Buckley, aged 8 months and 22 days.

At the residence of his daughter, Mrs. E. Smith, in Rochester, April 23, Mr. A. B. Robbins, of Phelps, aged 74 years.

From Phelps Citizen 10 May 1878

MARRIED - In Phelps, May 2, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. V. A. Lewis, Mr. Walter J. Hydon of Skaneateles to Miss M. Estella, youngest daughter of John T. Watkins, of Phelps.

DIED - At his house in Phelps, May 2, George Hubbell, aged 56 years.

In Phelps, May 5, Mrs. Amanda Westfall, aged 42 years.

In Shortsville, May 7, Frank Cloyes, aged 49 years.

In Phelps, May 8th, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Burgess.

At her home in Phelps, Tuesday morning, May 7th, Mrs. Maria Sprague, widow of the late Judge Sprague, aged 74 years.

From Phelps Citizen 16 May 1878

MARRIED - In Clifton Springs, Wednesday, May 8, by Rev. E. H. Corbin, Frank Robison, of Gypsum, to Cora B. Howe, of Phelps.

At St. John's Church, Phelps, Wednesday afternoon, May 15, by Rev. W. B. Edson, Mr. Wm. Holmes of Gypsum to Miss Nellie Gervis of Phelps.

DIED - At his home in Phelps, May 13, Samuel E. Roberts, aged 72 years. The deceased had been a resident of Phelps for the past 50 years.

In Clifton Springs, Monday, May 14, Mrs. Chas. Coates, aged 59 years.

In Phelps, May 15, Mary E. Connelly, aged 14 years.

From Phelps Citizen 23 May 1878

MARRIED - At the M. E. parsonage in this village, on Wednesday evening. May 22, by Rev. J. DeLarme, assisted by Rev. W. Jones, Mr. Frank M. Cole and Miss Hattie L. DeLarme, both of Phelps.

DIED - In Rochester, May 17, Peter McGinnis.

In Geneva, May 10th, Mrs. Charity, wife of the late Richard Butterfield, in the 74th year of her age.

In Manchester, May 2nd, of consumption, Alice Esty, aged 16 years.

From Phelps Citizen 30 May 1878

MARRIED - In Phelps, May 22, by the Rev. V. A. Lewis, at the residence of the bride's father, Charles E. Peck of Oaks Corners to Miss Anna M. Stryker, of Phelps.

In Phelps, May 25, in the Presbyterian Church, by the pastor, Rev. V. A. Lewis, Frank H. Howe to Miss Neva Bunnell, both of Phelps.

DIED - In Phelps, May 23, John Bartram, aged 50 years.

In Phelps, May 23, Mr. Johnson, aged 90 years.

From Phelps Citizen 6 June 1878

DIED - In Phelps, Monday night, June 3rd, Miss Ellen Cummings, aged 42 years.

At Seneca Castle, Friday morning, May 31, Mrs. Sibyl Price, aged 69 years. 

From Phelps Citizen 13 June 1878

MARRIED - In Clifton Springs, Wednesday evening, June 12, Mr. Samuel M. Newland and Mrs. Julia Moore, both of Clifton.

In Sing Sing, N. Y., Wednesday, June 12, Walter H. Root, of Phelps, and Miss Annie Betts, of Sing Sing.

In Clifton Springs, Saturday evening, June 8thm W. Hayden and Miss Rosa Toal, both of Phelps.

From Phelps Citizen 20 June 1878

DIED -
In Phelps, Tuesday morning, June 18, Ira Warner, aged 70 years.

In Phelps, June 16, James H. Allen.

From Phelps Citizen 4 July 1878

MARRIED -
At Oaks Corners, July 4th, by Rev. J. E. Werner at the parsonage, Jackson Gitten and Miss Isabella Edington.

DIED -
In Phelps, Tuesday night, July 2, Mrs.  Tryphina Babcock, aged 79 years.

In Phelps, Tuesday, July 2, Lulu E., daughter of William Cuddeback, aged 5 years and 23 days.

In Phelps, Wednesday morning, July 3, William B. Sheppard, aged 50 years.

In Orleans, Friday, June 27, Mrs. Eunice Bruzee, aged 56 years.

From Phelps Citizen 18 July 1878

BORN -
In Phelps, Tuesday night, July 16, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. William R. Brooks.

In Phelps, July 12, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ryan.

MARRIED - At Oaks Corners, July 14, by the Rev. J. E. Werner, William Roberts of Geneva and Miss Annie Lynch of Seneca Falls.

In Phelps, May 30, at the parsonage by the Rev. A. B. Bliss, Seldon H. Wheeler and Miss Carrie McCumber.

DIED - In Phelps, July 12, Mrs. Helen Vandyne, daughter of A. Roberts, aged 22 years.

From Geneva Courier 31 July 1878

MARRIED -
At Gorham, July 14th, by the Rev. N. S. Lowrie, Mr. William H. Goodsill and Miss Edith Roe.

From Phelps Citizen 8 August 1878

DIED - In Phelps, August 8, Ina B., daughter of William Cuddeback, aged 4 years.

From Phelps Citizen 7 November 1878

MARRIED - In Phelps, October 30, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mr. Joseph Wright, of Seneca, and Miss Clara A Scott, Rev. C. G. Carpenter officiating.

DIED - In Phelps, Tuesday, November 5th, Clara, daughter of Bradley Rhodes, aged 18.

From Phelps Citizen 14 November 1878

MARRIED - In Phelps, Wednesday evening, November 13th, at the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. E. Werner, MIss Millicent, daughter of Theron Van Auken, to Mr. Ambrose Van Dusen, Jr., both of Phelps.

At the residence of bride's parents, Phelps, by Rev. E. Packwood, Oct. 30th, Mr. James H. Hannas of Lock Berlin, N. Y., to Miss Leona A. Thompson, of Phelps.

DIED - At his residence, near Clifton Springs, on the evening of November 7, Hon. Ambrose L. Van Dusen in the 69th year of his age.

In Hopewell, November 10th, Sarah Brizzee, relict of the late Cornelius Brizzee, aged 83 years.

From Phelps Citizen 21 November 1878

MARRIED - In Phelps, Wednesday afternoon, November 20th, at the home of the bride's father, by Rev. V. A. Lewis, Joseph V. D. Wyckoff, of Mich., and Carrie Louise, daughter of H.H. Dillingham, of Phelps.

In Sodus, November 14th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. J. DeLarme, Mr. Isaac Gorsline, of Phelps, and Miss Mary McCarty of Sodus.

DIED - In Phelps, Sunday morning, November 17th, Mrs. Clementine, wife of  Eliphalet Stoutenburg, aged 63 years.

In Geneva, Sunday morning, November 17th, Mrs. Carrie A., wife of H. K. Nester, aged 56 years.

In Clifton Springs, November 18th, Maria Hassbrouck, relict of the late John Bahler, aged 78 years.

At Seneca Castle, Sept. 25th, Mary Estella, daughter of John and Sarah Ashwin, aged 16 years and 10 months.

In Clifton Springs, Saturday, November 16th, Mrs. Maud, wife of William Carr, of Akron, Ohio.

From Geneva Gazette 29 November 1878

MARRIED - By the Rev. N. S Lowrie, Mr. Gilbert W. Elwell, of Reed's Corners, and Miss Nancy A. Humphrey of Phelps.

DIED - In this village, of diphtheria, on Wednesday, November 20th, Edward Pitkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Skilton, aged 4 years, 3 mos and 10 days. Also of diphtheria, on Sunday, November 24th, Louise Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Skilton, aged 10 years, 8 mos and 14 days.

On Monday evening, Nov. 25th, of diphtheria, Jennie, only daughter of William Baxter, aged 10 years, 4 mos and 6 days.

In Geneva, on the 27th inst., of diphtheria, Daniel, son of D. F. Moore, aged 5 years, 9 mos and 16 days.

In this village, on the 27th inst., of diphtheria and heart disease, George E. Seelye, aged 38 years, and 1 mo. Also on the 23d inst, of diphtheria, George E. Seelye, Jr., aged 4 yrs and 3 mo.

In this village, Nov. 23d, of diphtheria, Jay Delano, son of Dr. C. H. Carpenter, aged 11 yrs and 3 mos.

In this village, on the 25th inst., of diphtheria, Flora Kate, youngest daughter of Dr. N. S. & C. A. Covert, aged 10 yrs, 8 mos and 19 days.

In this village on the 23d inst., of diphtheria, Imogene Louise, infant daughter of Louis & Imogene Parker, aged 2 yrs, 6 mos and 18 days.

In Geneva, on the 26th inst., of diphtheria, Catharine, only child of Mark O'Maley, aged 9 yrs and 10 mos.

In Geneva, on Monday the 25th inst., of diphtheria, Lena Mary, only daughter of Charles Gates, aged 6 yrs, 9 mos and 13 days.

In this village on the 27th Inst., of diphtheria. Cora Isabella, daughter of Daniel Becker, aged 3 years, 4 mos.

In Bellona, on the 23d inst., of diphtheria, H. Spencer, son of J. Dennis of Geneva, aged 3 yrs, 1 mo. and 17 days.

In this village, on the 23d inst., of diphtheria, Hattie, daughter of A. . Clarkson, aged 2 yrs and 6 mos.

In Geneva, Nov. 28th, of diphtheria, Robert Dudley, youngest son of A. G. & H. A. Vredenburg, aged 9 yrs, 1 mo. and 9 days.

In this village, on the 28th inst., of diphtheria, William, infant son of Patricia Kain, aged 10 mos.

In this village, on the 25th inst., of diphtheria, Patrick, son of Daniel Kinney, aged 2 years.

In this village, on the 24th inst. of consumption, John Noonan, aged 45 years.

In this village, on the 26th inst., of consumption, Anna, daughter of James A. Parlett, aged 29 yrs.

From Phelps Citizen 5 December 1878

MARRIED -
In Clifton Springs, Dec. 4th, by Rev. K. D. Nettleton, Luke Vedder of Palmyra, and Miss Della Powell, of Clifton.

In Clifton Springs, at St. Agnes Church, Dec. 4th, by Rev. P. Lee, Thomas Curran and Miss Hannah Sweeney, all of Clifton.

In Newark, Dec. 3rd, by Rev. E. B. Corbin, Fred E. Blakeley of Newark, and Miss Carrie Sherwood of Phelps.

In Farmington, Nov. 28th, by Rev. I. M. Foster, F. E. Burnham and Miss Phoebe L. Herendeen.

In Phelps, Thursday, November 28th , at the home of her son-in-law, Mrs. Maria Cline, aged 78 years.

In Phelps, Monday, December 2nd, Mrs. Laney Siegwalt, aged 53 years.

In Clifton Springs, Thursday, Dec. 4th, Mrs. Sarah M. Maynard. Funeral from the Universalist Church at 1 p.m. Friday.

In Geneva, Sunday, December 1st, Dr. Calvin H. Carpenter, aged 49 years.

In Geneva, Monday, December 2nd, John W. Smith.

From Phelps Citizen 19 December 1878

BORN -
In Phelps, December 12th, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Severance.

In Phelps, Sunday morning, December 15th, twin daughters to Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Robison.

In Orleans, Wednesday morning, Dec. 18th, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earley.

In Phelps, Dec. 11th, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Philander Mott.

MARRIED -
In Phelps, December 12th, by Rev. U. W. Chandler, at the home of the bride's parents, William H. Cornford and Miss Nellie Loveridge.

In Hopewell, Wednesday evening, at the home of bride, James M. Ottley and Miss Anna Hollis.

In Victor, at the bride's house, by Rev. Mr. Borden, George H. French and Miss Nellie Spring, both of Victor.

In Clifton Springs, Dec. 11th, by the Rev. Dr. (can't read), David Hatmaker of Phelps and MIss Marion C. Bradt of Clifton Springs.

In Farmington, Dec. 18th, by Rev. I. M. Foster, Carl Herendeen and Miss Caddie A. Tuttle.

In Farmington, Dec. 18th, by Rev. I. M. Foster, Edward M. Stevenson and Miss Annie I. Tuttle.

In Seneca Castle, Thursday, Dec. 19th, by Rev. I. M. Foster, Charles W. Hughes and Miss Agnes Youngs.

DIED -
In Phelps, December 8th, at the residence of her father, Seeley Peck, Mrs. Libbie, wife of Earl W. Humphrey.

In Clifton Springs, Monday, December 16th, Frank H. Pierson.

From Phelps Citizen 26 December 1878

DIED -
At Oaks Corners, Thursday morning, December 26th, Fanny B., daughter of Nathan Oaks, aged 21 years.

In Phelps, Thursday morning, December 26th, Martin J. Adams, aged 4 months.





From Phelps Citizen 2 January 1879

MARRIED -
In Seneca Castle, Thursday evening, December 26th, 1878, by Rev. H. H. Kellogg, at the home of the bride's parents, Miss Julia, daughter of Byron Whitney, and Prescott Crosby, of Phelps.

In Phelps, Tuesday afternoon, December 31st, 1878, by Rev. V. A. Lewis, Miss Mary C. Peck and William M. Shear.

In Phelps, January 1st, 1879, by L. Redfield, Esq., Miss Sarah A. Oldacre and Edward Steele, both of Phelps.

In Avon, Tuesday evening, December 24th, 1878, at the home of the bride's parents, by Rev. Mr. Bogue, Miss Nellie Hall and Lyman Westfall.

DIED - In Phelps, December 29th, 1878, Garrett Van Dyne, aged 60 years.

In Phelps, Monday, December 30th, 1878, James Bigelow, aged 85 years.

From Phelps Citizen 9 January 1879

DIED -
In Clifton Springs, Wednesday, January 8th, 1879, Mrs. Catherine Spalsbury, aged 59 years, 9 months.

In Gypsum, Wednesday, January 1st, 1879, Calvin McIntyre, aged 62 years. Owing to the severe storm, the burial service did not take place until Monday, and the funeral service will be held in the Baptist church next Sunday.

From Phelps Citizen 16 January 1879

MARRIED -
In Phelps, January 15th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. Alanson H. Bliss, Mr. Frank W. Crozier of Benton, and Miss Addie Edmonston, of Phelps.

In Phelps, Tuesday afternoon, December 31st, 1878, by Rev. V. A. Lewis, William M. Shear and Miss Mary C. Peck.

DIED -
In Phelps, January 9th, George Miller, aged 34 years.

In Clifton Springs, Wednesday morning, January 15th, Myron Aldrich.

From Phelps Citizen 30 January 1879

MARRIED -
At the residence of the late Ambrose L. VanDusen, January 5th, by the Rev. E. B. Corbin, Mr. Emory D. Hanney to Miss Julia Jones, both of Phelps.

In Chapinville, Sunday evening , January 26, by the Rev. Mr. Hankinson, George Van Gelder to Miss Elizabeth Wheatley.

DIED - In Phelps, Wednesday afternoon, January 28, Horace Whitmore, in his 72nd year. Funeral from the residence Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. 

From Phelps Citizen 6 February 1879

MARRIED - In Clifton Springs, January 30, by Rev. E. S. Corbin, Mr. James Wilson and Miss Mary Dent, daughter of Samuel Dent.

In Syracuse, January 29, by Rev. Mr. Millard, Mr. Martin W. Brizee and Miss Isabella Butterfield, of Phelps.

DIED - In Phelps, Saturday, February 1, Jesse Swarthout, aged 70 years.

From Phelps Citizen 13 February 1879

DIED - In Hopewell, Monday, February 10th, Charles Peck, aged 72 years.

In Phelps, Tuesday, February 11, Sarah, wife of Joshua Porter, aged 74 years.

From Phelps Citizen 20 February 1879

BORN -
In Phelps, on the 14th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. William Dean, a son, weight 8 pounds.

In Orleans, February 15, to Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Yeager, a daughter.

MARRIED - In Geneva, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Rankine, Edmund Prior Hansing, Jr., M. D., of Bradford, Pa., to Miss Carrie Belle, only daughter of the late Dr. C. H. Carpenter, of Geneva.

In Hopewell Center, Saturday, February 15, by Rev. D. E. Blain, at the home of the bride, Mr. C. H. Thacher and Miss Rose C. Powell.

DIED -
In Phelps, February 14, Mrs. Mary A., wife of John Hayes, aged 21 years.

In Seneca Castle, Friday morning, February 14, Hattie, daughter of the late Benjamin Childs, aged 21 years.

In Clifton Springs, February 15, Miss Georgia Hollett, of typhoid fever, aged 19 years.

In Phelps, February 15, Thomas J., son of T. J. Lyman, aged 4 months.

On the cars, in the town of West Bloomfield, February 12, Mary Ann, wife of William Buchan, of Hopewell, aged 56 years.

From Phelps Citizen 27 February 1879

BORN - In Phelps, February 21, to Mr. and Mrs. John Van Buren, a son, weight 9 pounds.

In Phelps, February 23, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Kirk, a son, weight 9 pounds.

MARRIED - In Clifton Springs, February 24, by Rev. J. M. Ball, Robert Bell and Miss Isabella Holmes, both of Clifton Springs.

At the residence of the bride's parents, in West Albany, February 12, by the Rev. Mr. Swartz. Mr. Augustus R. Wright, of Geneva, to Jessie, only daughter of George Dillenbeck, Esq.

In Bristol Center, at the residence of the bride's mother, on Thursday, Feb. 20, Andrew B. Pomeroy and Miss Jennie Case, grandaughter of John Gifford, Esq., of Phelps.

DIED - In Seneca Castle, February 24, of consumption, Vallie Hall, aged 21 years.

In Geneva, February 24, of diphtheria, aged 3 years, 9 days.

In Phelps, Wednesday, February 26th, Mrs. Eleanor Decker, wife of the late Peter Decker, aged 69 years.

From Phelps Citizen 6 March 1879

BORN - In Orleans, Sunday, March 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome King, a daughter, weight 8 and a half pounds.

MARRIED - In Geneva, Tuesday, February 25, by Rev. Dr. Nelson, of the First Presbyterian church, Mr. William B. Kenney to Miss Julia A. Lewis.

From Phelps Citizen 13 March 1879

BORN -  In Phelps, Monday, March 10, to Mr. and Mrs. P. Ryan, a son, weight 7 pounds.

In Phelps, Thursday, March 6, to Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Foster, a daughter, weight 8 pounds.

MARRIED - In Brooklyn, Thursday, February 20th, by the Rev. Dr. Scudder, William L. Goseline, of Phelps, to Miss Amelia A. Conklin, of Brooklyn.

DIED - In Hopewell, Thursday, March 6, Rev. Samuel Parker, aged 81 years, father of Mrs. C. S. Hawks of this village.

In Phelps, Friday, March 7th, Sarah, wife of David Sweet.

From Phelps Citizen 20 March 1879

MARRIED -
In Phelps, Wednesday evening, March 19th, by Rev. Mr. Woodruff, Stephen D. Salisbury and Miss Augusta S. Hicks, both of Phelps.

At the residence of Hiram Hopps, in Phelps village, on the 20th inst., by L. Redfield, Esq., Mr. Jacob H. Scott to Miss Frank H. Hodges, both of Phelps.

DIED - In Rose, Wayne county, Wednesday, March 12th, Rev. Charles Baldwin, aged 47 years, a former resident of Phelps.

In Clifton Springs, Saturday, Mar. 15th, Mrs. Calvin McIntyre, aged 23 years.

In Orleans, at the residence of Edward Ottley, Saturday, March 15th, Charles Myers, aged 64 years.

From Phelps Citizen 27 March 1879

MARRIED -
In Phelps, March 20, by Rev. C. G. Carpenter, Henry Burnett and Miss Delia Rhodes, both of Phelps.

In Orleans, March 20thm by Rev. J. W. LeSeur, Clara E., daughter of Hon. Ulysses Warner, and George H. Page.

DIED -
In Phelps, March 25, Jacob Ansberger, aged 72 years.

From Geneva Courier 2 April 1879

MARRIED -
At the residence of the bride's parents, March 27th, by Rev. C. E. Harris, H. W. Onderdonk of Geneva and Miss Emma F., daughter of Frank A. Bunnell of Syracuse.

On Wednesday evening, March 26th, at the bride's parents, by the Rev. Dr. Hogarth, Clara A. Munson to Frank P. Guilford, all of Geneva.

In Geneva, on the 1st inst., by Rev. D. Moore, D. D., Mr. Frederick W. Teall and Miss Fannie E. Cromwell, all of Geneva.

DIED - Suddenly, at Geneva, on Sunday, March 30, William Gordon Ver Planck, in the 78th year of his age.

From Phelps Citizen 3 April 1879

BIRTHS -
In Phelps, Monday, March 31, to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Roberts, a son, weight 8 pounds.

In Phelps, Monday, March 31, to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Reynolds, a daughter, weight 10 pounds.

In Orleans, Saturday, March 29, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brusie, a daughter, weight 7 pounds.

In Clifton Springs, April 3rd, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Short, a daughter.

MARRIED - In Phelps, Thursday, April 30, at the home of the bride's parents, by Rev. V. A. Lewis, Mr. A. P. Fallesen, Charlotte, to Miss J. Lillian, daughter of J. T. Watkins.

DIED - In Phelps, Monday, March 31, Zenas Wheeler, in the 94th year of his age.

In Phelps, Tuesday, April 1, Leonard B. Trude, aged 46 years.

In Phelps, Friday, March 26, William Pound, aged 72 years.

In Phelps, Wednesday, April 2, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Ryan.

In Manchester, April 1, Gracie, daughter of George Hackett, aged 5 years.

In Phelps, Tuesday April 1, Miss Alice E. Mackey, aged 28 years.

In Albion, Mich., Saturday, March 29, Abram Middaugh, son of Eli Middaugh, of Phelps, aged 47 years.

From Phelps Citizen 10 April 1879

BORN - In Phelps, Sunday, April 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCarthy, a son, weight 8 pounds.

DIED - In Phelps, Thursday, April 10th, Minerva Spier Gifford, in the 84th year of her age.

In Phelps, Sunday, April 6, Mary, daughter of Thomas Welch, aged 18 years.

In Clifton Springs, Friday, April 4, Emma, daughter of Mrs. Clarissa Vermilyea, aged 26 years.

In Phelps, Thursday, April 3, John Jacob Westfall, in his 24th year.

In Phelps, Sunday April 6, Edward J. Carey, aged 67 years.

In Buffalo, Thursday, April 3, Mrs. Jane H. Duckinfield, a former resident of Phelps, aged 45 years.

From Phelps Citizen 17 April 1879

BORN -
In Phelps, April 16, to Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Burgdurf, a daughter, weight 9 pounds.

From Geneva Courier 23 April 1879

MARRIED -
By the Rev. J. P. Farmer, at Geneva, April 8, Mr. Howard Farmer of Penn Yan, to Miss Ida Reed of Geneva.

DIED - At her residence, near Geneva, on Wednesday, April 16, Mary Anne, daughter of the late Hezekiah Granger, and widow of the late Gavin L. Rose, M. D., in the 74th year of her age.

In Geneva, on Saturday, the 20th inst., Annie Imogene, daughter of Jos. Gerue, aged 8 years, of diphtheria.

In Geneva, today, of diphtheria, Frances deSales, child of Jos. Gerue, aged 3 years. Funeral from the home on Exchange St. at 4 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.

From Phelps Citizen 24 April 1879

DIED -
In Seneca Castle, April 17, at the residence of Clark Hopkins, Miss Fannie Tompkins, aged 71 years.

In Port Gibson, April 20, Marah Mulligan, aged 71 years.

In Orleans, April 18, Grace, daughter of James Little, aged five and a half months.

From Phelps Citizen 1 May 1879

BORN -
In Phelps, Tuesday, April 22nd, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curren, a daughter, weight 8 pounds.

In Orleans, April 10, to Mr. and Mrs. James Lally, a daughter, weight 8 pounds.

MARRIED - In Phelps, Tuesday, April 29th, at the home of the bride, by the Rev. I. M. Foster, Horace B. Shafar, of Westbury, and
Flora A. Tiffany, of Phelps.

DIED -  In Clifton Springs, at the residence of Shubal Shoals, April 27th, Henry Burns, aged 15 years.

From Phelps Citizen 8 May 1879

DIED -
In Clifton Springs, May 6, Samuel Curtis.

In Manchester, Sunday, May 4, Richard Spoor, aged 69 years.

At Seneca Castle, Sunday, May 4, Gertrude Mary, daughter of B. Carlough, aged 25 years.

In Phelps, Monday, April 27, Lany Westfall, wife of John Hanes, in the 43rd year of her age.

From Phelps Citizen 15 May 1879

DIED -
In Phelps, Monday, May 12, to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Votey, a daughter.

In Phelps, Thursday, May 8, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grace, a daughter, weight 7 pounds.

In Clifton Springs, Sunday, May 11, to Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Buchanan, a son.

MARRIED - In Seneca Castle, by the Rev. M. Wheeler, Mr. Abner Case of Rochester, and Mrs. Julia Vanostram, of Flint Creek.

DIED -
In Phelps, Friday, May 9, Ella VanDevort, daughter of the late Andrew P. Van VeVort, aged 16 years.

In Phelps, Saturday, May 10, Bell, daughter of Frank and Ann Smith, aged 18 years.

In Oaks Corners, May 10, Jacob Long, aged 49 years.

In Phelps, Friday, May 9, Mrs. Esther Van Vranken, mother of William Van Vranken, aged 87 years.

From Phelps Citizen 22 May 1879

BORN - In Phelps, Saturday, May 10th, to Mr. and Mrs. John Mahon, a daughter.

In Phelps, Tuesday, May 20th, to Mr. and Mrs. John Benton, a son.

In Phelps, Thursday, May 22nd, to Mr. and Mrs. Asher Blount, a daughter.

In Phelps, Tuesday, May 20th, Timothy Flynn, aged 65 years.

In Phelps, Monday, May 19th, infant son of Mr. S. Reese, aged 6 months.

In Clifton Springs, May 21st, Willis Brownell, aged 62 years.

In Clifton Springs, May 20th, Mrs. Ann Sheehan, aged 50 years.

In Hopewell, May 15th, Carlton, infant son of Wester Archer, aged 5 months.

From Phelps Citizen 29 May 1879

DIED -  In Phelps, Tuesday, May 27th, Mrs. Sarah M., wife of William Wilbur, aged 54 years.

At Oaks Corners, Friday, May 23rd, Charles Humphrey, aged 54 years.

In Phelps, Sunday, May 25th, Mrs. Sarah McBurney, mother of Hamilton McBurney, aged 79 years.

In Phelps, Saturday, May 24, Mrs. Helen, wife of M. McIver, aged 72 years.

In Phelps, Thursday morning, May 29th, Israel Nims, in the 87th year of his age.

From Phelps Citizen 5 June 1879

DIED -
At Clifton Springs, May 31st, George B. Hamelton, aged 56 years.

At Seneca Castle June 4th, Johnny, infant son of Reuben and Ann Heater, aged 3 weeks.

From Phelps Citizen 12 June 1879

DIED -
In Phelps, Tuesday, June 10th, Mary, wife of Hugh A. Gates, aged 46 years.

In Phelps, Friday, June 5th, John Clark, aged 72 years.

At Reeds Corners, Tuesday June 10th, Petris, wife of Albert Middaugh, aged 26 years.

From Phelps Citizen 19 June 1879

DIED - In Irondequoit, at the residence of his son-in-law, Henry Hickok, Thursday, June 12, Alexander Swartout, aged 65 years. The remains were taken to Gypsum for interment.

In Leslie, Mich., Friday June 5, Phoebe Ann, wife of the late James W. Cook, formerly of Phelps, aged 65 years.

In Leslie, Mich., Monday, March 5, 1879, James W. Cook, aged 65 years.

In Oaks Corners, Wednesday, June 18, Sarah A., wife of Henry H. Whitney, of pneumonia, aged 53 years.

In Phelps, Thursday morning, June 19, Mary Ann, wife of the late Gerrett Van Dyne, aged 59 years.

From Phelps Citizen 3 July 1879

MARRIED - In Oaks Corners, Saturday, June 25th, by Rev. I. M. Foster, Robert H. Johnson and Emma Van Buren, at the home of the bride.

In Webster, June 19th, by Rev. J. Copeland, Clinton L. Ballard, of Chapinville, and Mary Ballard, of Webster.

DIED -  In Clifton Springs, Tuesday, July 1st, at 2 p.m., Mrs. Alma Kendall, aged 72 years.

In Clifton Springs, Tuesday, July 1st, at 4 p.m., Rev. E. H. Corbin, of typhoid pneumonia.

From Phelps Citizen 10 July 1879

BORN - In Phelps, Tuesday, July 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hull, a son.

In Phelps, Sunday, July 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wilber, a son.

In Phelps, Wednesday, June 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reed, a daughter.

In Phelps, Wednesday, July 9, to Mr. and Mrs. Andrus, a son.

From Phelps Citizen 17 July 1879

DIED - In Manchester, July 10, Herman A. Cole, aged 23 years, 6 months and 22 days. His funeral will take place from the Baptist church on Friday, at 3:30 p.m.

In Phelps, Tuesday, July 15th, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. M. Erish, Mrs. Lucinda Perkins, aged 72 years.

In Phelps, Wednesday, July 15, Edgar Bostwick, aged 22 years.

In Phelps, Thursday morning, June 19, Mary Ann, wife of the late Garrett Van Dyne, aged 59 years.

From Phelps Citizen 24 July 1879

BORN - In Phelps, Thursday, July 17th, to Mr. and Mrs. John Denney, a daughter, weight 9 pounds.

DIED - In Phelps, Friday, July 18th, Thomas M. Biddlecom, aged 59 years.

In Phelps, Saturday, July 19th, Mary A. Sharpstene, aged 54 years.

In Phelps, Saturday, July 19th, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vroman.

From Phelps Citizen 31 July 1879

DIED -
In Phelps, Monday, July 28th, James Conner, aged 21 years.

In Clifton Springs, Monday, July 27, Miss Pearly Crawford, aged 17 years.

In Phelps, Wednesday, July 30th, George Kipp, aged 76 years.

From Geneva Courier 6 August 1879

DIED -
In Trumansburg, July 31, Martha Ann, widow of the late Rodney L. Adams of Geneva, aged 61 years.

In Geneva, July 30, of cholera infantum, Willie C., infant son of Charles and Fannie Coddington, aged three months and a half. Only  twelve months since the ministering angels conveyed the pure spirit of his infant sister, May, to the bosom of the loving Saviour.

From Phelps Citizen 7 August 1879

DIED -
In Clayville, August 2nd, Albert M. Barnett, formerly of this town.

In Clifton Springs, August 1st, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hall.

From Phelps Citizen 14 August 1879

DIED - In Buffalo, Saturday, August 9, Mrs. Lillie, wife of T. L. Reeves, and daughter of Dr. H. B. Dimock, formerly of Phelps.

In Phelps, Wednesday, August 6, Joseph Doty, aged 74 years.

In Phelps, Sunday, August 10, Joseph Park.

In Clifton Springs, Thursday, August 7, Mrs. Eliza H. Newland.

In Phelps, August 11, Mrs. Sarah Rebecca Wells, wife of Cornelius Vandevort, aged 36 years.

From Phelps Citizen 21 August 1879

DIED - In Manchester, Tuesday, August 19th, Mrs. Clarinda H. Rice, aged 45 years.

From Geneva Courier 27 August 1879

DIED -
Suddenly, in Seneca Castle, on Thursday, August 14, Rev. Ralph Bennett, aged 81 years, 9 months and 2 days.

From Phelps Citizen 4 September 1879

DIED - In Phelps, Saturday, August 30th, Mrs. Emeline K., wife of Truman W. Dewey, aged 42 years.

In Phelps, Wednesday morning, September 3d, Amanda Manvel.

From Phelps Citizen 11 September 1879

DIED -
In Phelps, Sunday, September 7th, Lucy A., wife of Thomas J. Dimmock, aged 37 years.

In Rochester, Mich., September 6th, Samuel Cole, aged 56 years. His remains were brought to this village for interment.

From Phelps Citizen 2 October 1879

MARRIED - In Clifton Springs, on Wednesday, October 1st, at the home of the bride, by Rev. M. D. Nettleton, Willard P. Newland of Clifton Springs and Josie E. Youngs, of Hopewell.

In Phelps, Sunday, September 25th, Lucinda, wife of John J. Salisbury, aged 50 years.

From Phelps Citizen 9 October 1879

BORN - In Phelps, Friday, October 3d, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phillips.

MARRIED - In Providence, R. I., Thursday, October 2d, by Rev. Wm. Witcher, Mr. Ira M. Callister of Chapinville and Miss Emma S. King, of Providence, R. I.
 

DIED - In Phelps, Tuesday, 7th October, widow of the late Henry Bell, aged 56 years.

From Phelps Citizen 16 October 1879

MARRIED - In Clifton Springs, October 14, at the M. E. Church, by Rev. Mr. Bodwell, James Cummin of Curranna, Mich., and Miss Sarah Beals, of Phelps.

In Phelps, October 15, at the home of bride's parents, William Calkins of Detroit, Mich., and Miss Belle English, of Phelps.

In Cazenovia, at the residence of Emory Torry, Esq., by Rev. James Erwin, Mr. George D. Wells, of Erieville, and Miss Georgia V. Pond, of Phelps.

From Phelps Citizen 23 October 1879

BORN -
In Phelps, Thursday, October 16th, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frank, a son, weight 8 pounds.

In Clifton Springs, Sunday, October 19th, to Mr. and Mrs. William Van Dusen, a son, weight 11 pounds,

From Phelps Citizen 30 October 1879

BORN - In Phelps, Wednesday, October 23d, a son, to Charles and Irene Taylor.

In Phelps, Sunday, October 26th, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Austin.

MARRIED -
In Phelps, Tuesday, October 28th, at the Presbyterian parsonage, by the Rev. V. A. Lewis, Miss Alice E. Westfall and Frank G. Bridger, both of this village.

DIED - In Phelps, Saturday, October 15th, Miss Carrie C. McBurney.

From Phelps Citizen 6 November 1879

BORN -
In Orleans, Oct. 22, to Mr. and Mrs. William Welsh, a son, weight 7 pounds.

DIED - In Phelps, Saturday, Nov. 1st, Homer, son of George and Sarah Walker, aged 5 years.

In Phelps, Tuesday, Nov. 4, George H. Adsit, aged 72 years.

In Phelps, Tuesday, Nov. 4, Hannah, wife of George Austin, aged 59 years.

From Phelps Citizen 13 November 1879

MARRIED - In Phelps, November 9th, by the Rev. V. A. Lewis, Mr. Charles Boyd and Miss Dora Holmes, both of Canandaigua.

In Clifton Springs, November 5th, by Rector P. Lee in St. Agnes church, Mr. Patrick Sheehan and Miss Mary Campbell, both of Clifton Springs.

In Clifton Springs, at the home of the bride, Wednesday evening, November 19th, Charles R. Wells and Miss Minnie Harmon.

DIED -
In Shortsville, November 6th, Eliza A. Ingraham, aged 61 years.

From Phelps Citizen 20 November 1879

BORN - In Hopewell, Tuesday, November 11th, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bissel, a son, weight 9 pounds.

In Phelps, Tuesday, November 18, to Mr. and Mrs. Tout, a daughter. weight 9 pounds.

In Phelps, Sunday, November 5th, to Mr. and Mrs. Emory Ranney, a daughter.

In Phelps, Saturday, November 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. John Welsh, a daughter.

In Phelps, Saturday, November 8th, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Wormer, a son.

MARRIED - In Fostoria, Ohio, Wednesday, October 29, by the Rev. Mr. Hughs, William H. Miller of Clifton Springs and Katie Wagner of Fostoria.

In Manchester, at the residence of the bride's mother, on Wednesday evening, November 12th, by Rev. M. V. Wilson, Albert L. Knapp, of Hopewell, and Mary L. Clark, of Manchester.

DIED - In Oaks Corners, Friday, November 14th, Mary C., wife of Spencer Gregg, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holmes, aged 91 years.

In Rochester, Thursday, October 13th, Henrietta Scott, wife of the late Henry Underhill, of Canandaigua, aged 55 years. Formerly a resident of this village.

From Phelps Citizen 27 November 1879

BORN - In Phelps, Sunday, November 23rd, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker.

In Orleans, Sunday, November 23rd, a son to Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Tracy.

MARRIED -
In Orleans, Thursday, November 20th, at the residence of L. R. Lombard, by the Rev. J. A. Wader, Mr. Sidney J. Rising of South Butler, Wayne county, and Mrs. Eliza Rising of Orleans.

DIED - In Geneva, Wednesday, November 19th, Binnie, wife of W. H. Green, and adopted daughter of N. Cobb of Phelps, aged 28 years.

From Phelps Citizen 11 December 1879

MARRIED -
In Clifton Springs, Thursday afternoon, December 4th, at the bride's home, Fred M. Cable of Minneapolis, Minn., and Miss Mary A. Judd, of Clifton Springs.

From Phelps Citizen 18 December 1879

MARRIED -
In Gypsum, Wednesday evening, December 10th, Frank L. Stoddard and Miss Nellie Follett.

In Rochester, by the Rev. M. T. Foote, December 11th, at the residence of the bride's parents, David W. Grey of Phelps, and Mary W. Gosnell, of Rochester.

DIED -  In Clifton Springs, Tuesday, December 8th, Dora W. Lacky, of Orleans.

From Phelps Citizen 25 December 1879

DIED - In Phelps, Thursday, December 11th, Patrick Ryan.

In Orleans, Sunday, December 21st. Genie Martin, aged 6 years.

In Phelps, December 19th, Edward Frank, aged 2 years.



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