Marriage and Death Notices
Ontario County Times
26 August 1863
MARRIED - At Sutherland's Hotel, Gorham, on the 19th
inst., by Rev. C. Francisco, Algeron B. Pulver to Miss
Elizabeth Blood, both of Canandaigua.
DIED - In this town on the 23d inst., after a protracted
illness, Mr. John Howry, in his 68th year.
In West Bloomfield, August 6th, of diphtheria, Josephine M., youngest
daughter of Carlton Wood, Esq., aged 17 years.
9 September 1863
DIED - Suddenly in this village, Aug. 31st, of disease of the
heart, Emily G. Dixson, wife of Cyrus W. Dixson, aged 38 years.
In the U. S. General Hospital at Annapolis Junction, July 12, of
diphtheria, A. Wilson Royal, of Co. E, 44th N. Y. V., in the
20th year of his age.
16 September 1863
MARRIED - In this village, at the residence of Wm. Antis, Esq.,
on the 16th instant, by O. E. Daggett, D.
D., Elliott C. Davidson, of Galesburg, Ill., and Mary
A. Coleman, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Eliphalet B.
In Canandaigua, Tuesday morning, Sept. 15, by Rev. L. R. Janes, Mr.
Dexter K. Hawks of Honeoye Flats, to Mrs. Mary E. Higby, of
the former place.
23 September 1863
MARRIED - In this village, on Thursday,
17th instant, by Rev. Charles Cheney of Chicago, Mr. George
McFarlin of Batavia, and Miss Ida Foster of Canandaigua.
DIED - In Gorham, Aug. 30, of diphtheria, Alice M., daughter
of Jeremiah DeGraff, aged 9
In Gorham, Sept. 15, of diphtheria, Mary Ann, daughter of
Austin Childs, granddaughter of Abraham
DeGraff, aged 16 years.
Also, July 16, Frank, infant son of Groat A. DeGraff, aged
30 September 1863
MARRIED - In this village, on the 17th instant, by Rev. A. H.
Lung, Jonathan W. Boswell of Canandaigua
to Margaret Flaharty of Geneva.
At Richmond Center, September 22, by the Rev. Mr. Day, Mortimer P.
Worthy to Miss Annette Wright, both of Richmond.
7 October 1863
MARRIED - In Shortsville, on the 1st instant, by the Rev. L. R.
Janes, M. N. McCrossen of Canadice to
Mrs. E. Warner of Livonia, N. Y.
DIED - In Buffalo, on the 3d instant, Mrs. Sally, relict
of the late Phineas P. Bates, Esq.,
of this town, aged 83 years.
14 October 1863
MARRIED - In this village, on Sunday evening, the 11th instant,
by Rev. A. H. Lung, Smith C. Fuller to Amelia J. Pease, all
In Gorham, on Thursday, Oct. 1st, at the residence of the bride's
father, by the Rev. Mr. Hill, Mr. O. Rogers of Sparta, Wis.,
and Jenne M. Whitaker, daughter of J. M. Whitaker, Esq.
21 October 1863
MARRIED - October 13th, by Rev. H. G. DeWitt, Mr. Robert B.
Simmons to Miss Ester Phillips, daughter of B. T.
Phillips, all of Bristol.
DIED - On the 22d of September last, at Ione City, California, Mr.
B. W. Bathman, formerly a resident of Canandaigua.
In this town on the 5th of October, William Augustus, son of
Austin Wilder, aged 16 years, 1 month and 20 days.
In this village, on the 16th of October, of diphtheria, Thomas
McCarty, aged nearly 23 years, oldest son of widow Honora McCarty.
In Gorham, on the 14th inst., of consumption, Anna M., wife of
Samuel Miller and daughter of B. Griffin, Esq., Dutchess County, aged
4 November 1863
DIED - On Nov. 2d, by Rev. Dr. Daggett, John S. Lockwood of
New York to Clemma A. Felton, oldest
daughter of J. D. Felton, Esq., of Canandaigua.
By Rev. T. Everett, at his residence in Gorham, Oct. 29th, Mr.
Marvin Gater of Gorham, to Miss Carry Prebble of Batavia.
In this village on Monday morning, Nov. 2d, by Rev. A. H. Lung, B.
F. Wheeler to Mary E. Howard, all of Canandaigua.
DIED - Of diphtheria, on the 16th instant, at her home in
Canadice, Frankie B. Ganung, in her fifteenth year.
In East Bloomfield, on the 1st instant, Samuel Sawyer, aged 50
years, 11 months and 20 days.
At Bristol, 26th ult., Daniel Taylor, aged 82 years.
11 November 1863
MARRIED - At the parsonage in Hopewell, Nov. 4th, by Rev. C.
Francisco, George B. Wilson of Gorham to Miss Avis C.
Shoemaker, both of Hopewell.
18 November 1863
MARRIED - In the Presbyterian Church at Shortsville on the 12th
inst., by the Rev. L. R. Janes, Mr. Myron St. John to Miss
25 November 1863
DIED - At the residence of his father in this village, of
tubular consumption, on the 23d instant, Charles W. Stevens, aged
2 December 1863
DIED - In this village, Nov. 14, aged, as is supposed, 84
years, Alice Thomas, a lowly Christian, long familiarly known
in Canandaigua as old Alice.
9 December 1863
DIED - In Gorham, Dec. 7, Gustavus A. Lewis, aged 63
At the residence of his father in Hopewell on the
21st of November of consumption, Andrew Smith Pratt, son
of Dr. Jonathan and Julia A. Pratt, aged 31 years.
23 December 1863
MARRIED - At the home of the bride's father, on the 15th ult.,
by the Rev. L. R. Janes, Mr. Henry Rice of Granby, Oswego
county, N. Y., to Miss Elizabeth Howland of Farmington.
DIED - In Gorham, Dec. 21st, of diphtheria, Marzalette L., youngest
daughter of David and Maria Pickett, aged 18 years.
30 December 1863
MARRIED - In this village, on the 24th December, by Rev. O. E.
Daggett, D. D., Major Benjamin B. Foster, Assistant Adjutant
General, to Sarah Gibson, daughter of Thomas M. Howell.
At Clifton Springs, on the 7th December, by Rev. Mr. Atwood, William
C. Jacobs, Esq., of Owego, to Miss Eliza Goodale of the
On Christmas Eve, by Rev. S. S. Hughson, Mr. Edgar F. Case and
Miss Julia W., eldest daughter of W. T.
Crittenden, Esq., all of Rushville.
6 January 1864
DIED - In Gorham, on the 4th Dec. 1863, Mary Jane, daughter
of Philip F. Powel, aged 21 years and 6 months.
In South Bristol, on January 4th, 1864, Mrs. Polly Wood, wife
of Isaac Wood, aged 66 years.
13 January 1864
MARRIED - In Hopewell, Jan. 3d, by Robert Chapin, Esq., Mr.
Franklin B. Gage to Miss Helen B. Hannan.
DIED - In this village, Jan. 9th, Rev. Lorin B. Tousley, in
the 60th year of his age.
20 January 1864
MARRIED - In Shortsville, Jan. 14, by Rev. L.
R. Jones, Mr. William Lang to Miss Lydia Griswold, all
In Cheshire, on the 4th instant, at the residence of
the bride's father, by Rev. A. H. Lung, George M. Deuel to
Keziah V. Lucas, all of Canandaigua.
On the 14th instant, at the residence of the bride's
father, by the same, Floyd M. Hutchins to L. Mattie, daughter
of Warren Brown, Jr., all of Canandaigua.
DIED - Of diphtheria, on Jan. 6th, Ida Lovina, adopted
daughter of F. W. and Lovina Alverson, aged
two years, ten months and four days.
27 January 1864
DIED - At Naples, on the 17th instant, of diphtheria, Martha
A. Smith, aged 10 years.
3 February 1864
MARRIED - Jan. 31st, at the residence of the bride's father, by
Rev. A. H. Lung, Theodore C. Shekell of Seneca Falls, to Hannah
A. Kear of Canandaigua.
10 February 1864
MARRIED - On the 7th instant, by Rev. A. H. Lung, Edward
Nickerson of Hopewell to Amelia D. Coovert of Canandaigua.
DIED - In Canandaigua, on the 4th instant, of
croup, George Harmon, son of A. L. and Sarah A. Botsford,
aged 2 years, 10 months and 13 days.
In Chapinville, Feb. 1st, Mr. Abijah Mosher, aged 70 years.
17 February 1864
MARRIED - In Victor, on Tuesday morning, the 16th instant, at
the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. A. H. Lung, of
Canandaigua, Myron O. Adams to Helen Rushmore, both
DIED - In this village, on the 16th instant, of diphtheria, Willie
A., only son of Alvah W. and Mary E.
Shattuck, aged 13 months and 3 days. Funeral at the residence
of John Reeves, Center street, on Thursday morning.
In this village, on the 8th instant, Silas Sage, aged 40 years
and 3 months, after an illness of five weeks of great suffering, which
he endured with much patience, supported by a christian faith and the
In this village, on the 15th instant, of diphtheria, Abner
Supplee, son of Deacon Hugh Supplee.
24 February 1864
MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, Feb. 16th, by
Rev. J. R. Sage, Mr. Geo. G. Beach of Bristol to Miss Mary
L. Donielson of the same place.
2 March 1864
MARRIED - In Lima, March 1st, by Rev. K. D. Nettleton, Mr.
Stephen Tate of Canandaigua to Miss Sarah McIntyre of
Gouverneur, N. Y.
DIED - In Farmington, on the 27th inst., of diphtheria, William,
son of Thomas and Mary Walker, aged 13 years. Also on the
20th inst., of the same, Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas and
Mary Walker, aged 15 years.
At the residence of G. L. Uttley, in South Bristol, on the 15th ult., John
Fraser, in his 57th year. The deceased was a native of Scotland,
and for several years was in the service
of the late John Greig of Canandaigua.
Also at the same place, on the 2d ult., of diphtheria, Sarah
Elizabeth, daughter of the late John Fraser, in her fifth
In Naples, on the 4th ult., of diphtheria, Elsie Jane, aged 5
years and 5 months. And on the 2d ult., Andrew J., aged 10
years, 3 months and 12 days, children of Samuel and Salama Cornish.
Jan. 23d, of diphtheria, Hannah, only daughter of Mary and
Hugh Supplee, aged 10 years, 5 months and 18 days.
Feb. 15th, of diphtheria, Abner, son of Mary and Hugh Supplee,
aged 20 years, 1 month, 17 days.
March 1st, of diphtheria, George M., son of Mary and Hugh Supplee,
aged 18 years and 1 month.
9 March 1864
MARRIED - In this village on Feb. 25th, at the
residence of the bride's father, LaRoy Benham to Helen
F., daughter of Henry Sterling.
DIED - In Farmington, Feb. 25th, of diphtheria, William, son
of Thomas and Mary Walker, aged 13 years.
And on the 26th of the same, Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas
and Mary Walker, aged 15 years.
Also, on March 3d, of the same, Thomas, youngest son of Thomas
and Mary Walker, aged 5 years.
Also, on March 6th, of the same, Annie, youngest daughter of
Thomas and Mary Walker, aged 9 years.
On the 24th ult., in the town of Richmond, Ontario Co., N. Y., Francis
G. Gravell, in his seventy-sixth year.
16 March 1864
MARRIED - At the residence of R. Blackman, Esq., Hillsdale,
Mich., on the evening of Jan. 27th, by Rev. Prof. Henry E. Whipple,
of Hillsdale College, Mr. J. Allen Throop of Port Gibson
to Miss H. J. Thompson of Arcadia, N. Y.
At the home of the bride's father, by Rev. S. S. Hughson, on Thursday
evening, the 10th inst., Mr. E. G. Stearns to
Miss Emma A., second daughter of Hiram Harkness, Esq.,
all of Gorham.
DIED - In this village on the 9th inst., of brain fever, Lizzie
T., daughter of John S. and Jane Robinson, aged 6 years,
8 months and 8 days.
23 March 1864
MARRIED - On Tuesday morning, the 15th inst., at the residence
of the bride's father, by Rev. A. H. Lung, George S. Hickox to
Ann E., daughter of Jacob Smith, Esq., all of
On Wednesday, the 16th instant, in this village, by the same, George
W. Latham to Augusta P. Lewis, both of Gorham.
In this village on the 21st instant, by the same, Linley Powel of
Gorham to Bridget Murry of Canandaigua.
In Canandaigua, March 17, by Rev. Jas. B. Murray, Mr. W. H.
Clackner of Rush, Monroe county, and Miss Susan Miller of
30 March 1864
MARRIED - In Bristol, March 23d, by Rev. J. R. Sage, Mr.
Harrison B. Marble to Miss Sabra M. Simmons of South
In West Hollow, at the residence of Abraham Sutton, on
March 23d, by Rev. P. R. Sellon, Mr. Foster Sutton of
Alleghany Co., N. Y., to Miss Fanny Taylor of Bristol.
In Bristol, March 24, by Rev. S. M. Day, M. Latimer
Andrews of West Bloomfield to Miss Sabra J. Adams of the
In this village on Thursday afternoon, the 24th inst.,
by Rev. A. H. Lung, Myron Travis of the 8th N. Y. Cavalry to
Caroline, daughter of Nathaniel Smith, Esq., of Gorham.
On Thursday evening, the 24th inst., at the bride's home, by Rev. A. H.
Lung, J. B. Purdy of this village to Sarah Jennie Lee of
the town of Canandaigua.
At the Chapel of the Clifton Springs Water Cure, on the 24th inst., by
the Rev. J. Foote, pastor of Grace Church, Rochester, Charles M.
Redfield to C. Florence, daughter of Cornelius Younglove,
Esq., all of Clifton Spa, N. Y.
DIED - In this village, March 17th, of dropsy of the brain, Fred
M. S. Bennett, only son of Theodore M. and Ann Elizabeth Bennett,
aged 2 years, 4 months and 8 days.
6 April 1864
MARRIED - At the residence of the bride's father, March 30th,
by Rev. I. Conklin, Newel J. Parmele and Mattie A.,
daughter of Wm. Carter, both of East Bloomfield.
On Tuesday evening, the 29th ult., at the bride's home, by Rev. A. H.
Lung, William E. Power of Farmington to Esther F. Booth, of
the town of Canandaigua.
DIED - In Gorham, on the 27th ult., Edward D. Lake, aged
20 April 1864
MARRIED - On Wednesday afternoon, the 26th inst., at the
residence of the bride's father, by Rev. A. H. Lung, Byron Callen of
East Mendon to Mary E., daughter of Daniel Lane, Esq.,
of this village.
DIED - In Gorham, April 13th, after a lingering
illness, Gould, son of Leonard and Betsey Gates, aged
1 year, 3 months and 26 days.
In Centerfield, on the 18th inst., with inflammation of the bowels, George
B., son of William and Jane E. Freer, aged 2 years and 4
4 May 1864
MARRIED - In Gorham, by Rev.
H. Huson, Mr. Addison Turner to Miss Selina Henry, all
DIED - In Gorham, April 27th, Joshua, only child of
Marshall and Elizabeth Stearns, aged 32 years, 6 months and 7
11 May 1864
DIED - In this town, on the 5th inst., Mrs. Margaret, relict
of Dyer Castle, deceased, aged 85 years.
In East Bloomfield, on the 1st inst., as the Sabbath sun went down, Martha
Mitchell, wife of Loring H. Brunson, aged 29 years.
18 May 1864
MARRIED - By Rev. D. D. Buck, on the 17th inst., Mr. Marcus
H. Francis of Richmond and Miss Sybil Fitch of Bristol.
DIED - In this village, on the
night of the 16th inst., E. S. Gregory, aged 66 years.
In this town on the 4th inst., Russell B. Johnson, in the 70th
year of his age.
In the town of Harmony, Wisconsin, on the 9th of April, Rachal L.
Green, wife of Erastus Green, of Richland Center, Richland Co.,
Wis., and daughter of William and Martha Martin of this town, in the
39th year of her age. She has left a loving husband and a large family
of children, relatives and friends in her own vicinity; and also aged
parents, brother and sister, and numerous relatives, youthful
associates and friends
in this and adjoining towns to mourn her loss. She was dearly beloved
In this village, on Saturday, April 30th, Thomas Beals, in the
81st year of his age. Mr. Beals was born Nov. 13th, 1783, in Boston,
25 May 1864
DIED - In this village, on the 24th inst., of lung fever, after
an illness of ten days, Mr.
Joshua Thompson, aged 71 years.