The eternal landscape of the past. --- TENNYSON.

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ALLEN, Isaac, died Oct. 22, 1873, aged 87.
ALLEN, Mrs. Isaac, died Dec 21, 1865, aged 68.
AYRAULT, Chas. V. R., drowned Aug 19,1872, aged 15.

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Bank, First National, established in February, 1864.
Balloon, Mammoth, from Buffalo, arrived in town, Sept. 17, 1873.
BARTLE, A. F., died June 22, 1895, aged 76.
BARTLE, David W., died Feb. 3, 1897, aged 57.
BARTLE, Erwin D., died Jan. 30, 1896, aged 61.
BARTLE, George, accidently killed while hunting in Brisban, Feb. 19, 1876.
BARTLE, Mrs. Phillip L., while visiting at Corning, killed by train, Aug. 9, 1902.
Basket Works Co., moved to Oxford from Astabula, Ohio, in 1890.
BEARDSLEY, Asa, died Dec. 25, 1894, aged 74.
BEARDSLEY, John C., died April 3, 1886, aged 59.
BEARDSLEY, Mrs. John C., died March 21, 1904.
BEARDSLEY, Rev. O. R., pastor Universalist church, died May 25, 1905, aged 61.
BEEBE, Ira, died April 16, 1903.
BENTLEY, J. J., died March 8, 1905.
BERRY, Erastus J., died May 15, 1899.
BLACKMAN, James H., died Nov 8, 1899, aged 70.
BLANFORD, Mrs. Ashton, died Sept 11, 1904.
BLIZZARD, severe, March 12, 1888.
BONAME, Peter D., died Dec. 1, 1890, aged 49.
BONAME, Mrs. Peter D., died Feb. 13, 1904.
BREWSTER, Ezra S., died March 22, 1905, aged 50.
BRITT, Michael, died Aug 28, 1903, aged 50.
BRODIE, John S., died suddenly April 27, 1906, aged 35.
BROOKSBANK, Robert, died March 23, 1903, aged 59.
BROOKINS, Wm. H., suicided at W. R. C. Home July 22, 1906, aged 62.
BROWN, Cyrus M., died Sept. 3, 1873, aged 59.
BROWN, VanNess, died from self inflicted wound May 24, 1888.
BROWN, Mrs. Grace, died May 18,1905.
BURDICK, Emma D., murdered, body found buried in swamp Aug 9, 1888.
Burglars, entered house of Charles Hunt. Fire bell gave alarm Sept. 8, 1870.
Burglary, of E. Clarke & Sons store of $1,100 June 27, 1841.
"BUSH, Mike," Italian, killed by blast in Clarke quarry Dec. 27, 1902.

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Canal bridge in village feel under pressure of drove of cattle Aug. 30, 1850.
CASEY, Mrs. E. M., died March 30, 1903.
Chenango Mutual Relief, chartered in 1881, transferred to Security Mutual, Binghamton, April, 1899.
Centennial year, Jan. 1, 1876-ushered in by church bells and martial music. Very warm day, doors and windows open, dust flying.
CHURCH, Frank, of Norwich, killed at Lyon Brook bridge Jan. 1, 1878.
CHURCH, Captain Wm., died March 18, 1891, aged 81.
Citizen's Opera House formally opened Oct. 16, 1888.
CLARKE, "Judge" Isaac, died June 5, 1874, aged 77.
COLLINS, Geo. H., drowned in river July 4, 1887.
COLLINS, William, died May 3, 1891, aged 68.
COLLINS, Mrs. Wm. Died April 6, 1900, aged 66.
Collision on Lackawanna, above village, two killed and several seriously injured Sept. 29, 1874.
COMSTOCK, S. L., died March 6, 1888, aged 53.
COMSTOCK, Mrs. S. L., died April 7, 1906, aged 52.
Concert, Old Folks, benefit Presbyterian church, March 3, 1874.
CORBIN, Mrs. D. D., died March 21, 1904.
CORBIN, Eli L., died Oct. 29, 1896.
CORBIN, Mrs. E. L., died Feb. 19, 1894, aged 73.
COUGHLIN, David, died suddenly Oct. 26, 1900, aged 59.
County Fair, held in Oxford Sept. 25, 26, 1849.
County House and insane asylum burned in Preston May 8, 1890, thirteen lives lost.
COVILLE, Edward M., thrown from a sleigh and killed Feb. 7, 1885.
COVILLE, J. A., died Jan. 23, 1895, aged 74.
COVILLE, Mrs. J. A., died Oct. 17, 1904.
COWLES, Morillo, died Nov. 27, 1902, aged 83.
CRANDALL, Robert, died July 18, 1904, aged 84.
CROSBY, Henry, hanged himself Aug. 6, 1888. Mixed up in Emma Burdick murder; his wife charged with the murder sent to prison in 1889 for eleven years.
CRUMB, Orson, died Dec. 27, 1889, aged 68. Veteran.
CRUMB, Mrs. Orson, suicided by drowning in river Aug. 22, 1877.
CURTIS, Bert J., died suddenly Jan. 6, 1884, aged 25.

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Death of Wm. BUTLER by drowning in Mud pond, Sept. 2, 1881.
Death by drowning of Geo. L. GAGE and Daniel FISHER in Brackett pond, Feb. 27, 1890.
Death by drowning at South Oxford, of Edward DIBBLE, of Norwich, June 22, 1899.
Death by drowning of little son of Janet FLANG, July 7, 1896.
Death by drowning of Edward HALL, Dora HALL and Geo. SHOLES at South Oxford, May 10, 1901.
Death by drowning in canal, of little son of Benj. F. LOUNSBERRY, Sr., June 20, 1857.
Death by drowning of Edwin T. RILEY April 17, 1856.
Death by drowning of little son of Orlando ROBINSON, July 24, 1854.
Death by drowning of son of Thomas WITHERELL, Aug. 9, 1860.
Death by drowning of Charles, son of Jeremiah WHEELER, Oct. 7, 1852.
Death of Enos GREENFIELD, a stranger, by drowning, Nov. 22, 1824.
Death of Nathaniel C. THORNTON by drowning in river April 7, 1901.
Death of "Pat" CUMBER by train near Basket factory March 30, 1897.
Death from poisoning of a little girl in Farnham's photograph gallery, Jan. 28, 1864.
Death of Italian from injuries in Blue Stone quarry, Oct. 24, 1883.
DERRICK, Henry, lost an arm by explosion of cannon, Nov. 8, 1843. Died July 19, 1906, aged 76.
DEYO, James, born a slave, died Dec. 20, 1900.
DICKINSON, Charles G., died Oct. 4, 1892, aged 42.
DOANE, Wm. H., suicided Dec. 21, 1879, aged 47.
DODGE, Charles M., died Jan. 28, 1904, aged 61. Veteran.
DOUGLASS, Frederick, lectured Dec. 8, 1864. Orator, formerly a slave.
DUDLEY, Benj. Found dead in highway, Sept. 12, 1863.
DUNN, William, died Nov. 3, 1904, aged 70.
DUNNING, Robert, died June 8, 1899, aged 51.

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Earthquake, a slight shock, Dec. 18, 1867.
Earthquake, two shocks felt Oct. 20, 1870.
EDWARDS, Benjamin, died January 5, 1904, aged 82.
Electric lights first turned on Feb. 10, 1892.
Elm tree set out in front of postoffice by B. M. PEARNE March 11, 1877, tree was then two years old from seed.
Elm trees set out in front of Hotchkiss House Oct. 28, 1895, by Robert W. TAFT.
ENSIGN, Dr. E. L., died at Erieville, Dec. 3, 1903, aged 73.
ENSIGN, Mrs. E. L., died June 5, 1896.
Explosion of boiler, 40 horse power, on Joel INGRAHAM farm Dec. 11, 1893, killing Joseph SCHAUER and George HAMMOND.

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Fair, Agricultural and Mechanical, organized in Feb. 1859.
Fasting and prayer day of, designated by President Taylor in view of the alarming progress of cholera in the U. S., Aug. 4, 1849.
FENNELL, Michael, died from injuries received in Blue Stone quarry, Nov. 22, 1883.
FERGUSON, John H., died June 29, 1898, aged 46.
Fire, barn of Carl & Cronk, Sept. 15, 1906.
Fire, barn on Corn Hill burned by lightning July 17, 1866.
Fire, barn of Michael CASEY, Nov. 30, 1866.
Fire, barn of H. D. MEAD, July 7, 1877.
Fire, barn of George ROOT, Aug. 11, 1873.
Fire, barn of Stephen SHELDON, Nov. 16, 1886.
Fire, barn of Henry WHEELER, July 4, 1876.
Fire, cabinet shop, J. R. FIGARY, Jan. 30, 1850.
Fire, candy shop of Edwin MAY, house of T. T. WOODLEY, and stage barns of Ethan CLARKE, May 27, 1853.
Fire, carriage shop of C. M. DODGE, Jan. 16, 1884.
Fire, carriage shop of Dodge & Robinson, Oct. 19, 1876.
Fire, Clarke block, destroyed Feb. 26, 1858.
Fire, Congregational church, Nov. 28, 1897. Water works first used.
Fire, creamery building at Robinson's Mills, May 26, 1906.
Fire, farm house of J. O. DODGE, Feb. 24, 1883.
Fire, farm house of Mrs. Alice McCALL, Jan 24, 1903.
Fire, farm house of James SHAPLEY at Lewis' Mills, June 1, 1879.
Fire, from lightning, two barns on farm of Leroy HALL, Aug. 30, 1905.
Fire, house of Mrs. E. H. BEARDSLEY on Merchant street, Oct. 31, 1904.
Fire, house of Thomas FENNELL, Jan. 22, 1879.
Fire, house of M. S. PIERPONT and barn of H. B. MORSE, Oct. 18, 1876.
Fire, house of Timothy ROGERS, Aug. 23, 1904.
Fire, house of E. VANVALKENBURGH on Franklin street, Dec. 26, 1903.
Fire, house of Widow WINCHESTER, Jan. 26, 1883.
Fire, large barn of Olin MURRAY, Oct. 27, 1905.
Fire, Lewis Mills, below village, Nov. 18, 1884.
Fire, Mammoth store, Sept. 10, 1880.
Fire, Park Hotel, Oct. 28, 1903. Albert SKILLMAN broke a leg in jumping from window.
Fire, residence of A. S. BURCHARD, July 4, 1898.
Fire, residence of Dr. Geo. D. JOHNSON, May 17, 1904.
Fire, old paint shop, Taylor street, Jan. 13, 1889.
Fire, Rorapaugh's livery barn and three horses, and two other barns, June 13, 1899.
Fire, shops of H. C. HOWLAND and H. O. DANIELS, July 20, 1886.
Fire, sled factory, Dec. 5, 1896.
Fire, stores of D. B. SMITH, John LORD and F. E. BILLINGS, Feb. 27, 1876.
Fire, store of Tony FURNARE, May 22, 1904.
Fire, tollgate above village, March 27, 1867.
Fire department, Oxford, organized July 1, 1823.
Firemen's parade and Sappho Hose banquet, June 29, 1906.
Fire steamer taken to Norwich on call for help, Dec. 28. 1895, Eaton's feed store destroyed.
First fire company organized March 8, 1824.
First train over Lyon Brook bridge, Dec. 23, 1899. Great crowd out to see the sight.
First trial of Lady Washington hand engine, Oct. 6 ,1858.
First trial of steam fire engine Oct. 3, 1887.
FISH, Luman B., died Aug. 22, 1893, aged 34.
FITCH, Mrs. Isaac P., died Nov. 24, 1904.
FOOTE, Robert E., died Nov. 5, 1904, aged 87.
FOX, James H., died April 19, 1868, aged 59.
FRASER, Charles, died Feb. 21, 1900, aged 70.
FRASER, Martin, died Sept. 9, 1889, aged 34.
FRASER, Mrs. Wm., died March 6, 1895, aged 72.
FRENCH, Miss Luella, died from burns caused by explosion of gasoline stove, Dec. 10, 1900.
Freshet, water within twenty-two inches of high water mark of 1865, Dec. 11, 1878.
Freshet, water within twenty-one inches of high water mark of 1865, Feb. 26, 1891.
FULTON, Percy E., infant son of Rev. J. M. C. Fulton, died suddenly Sept. 13, 1882.

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Gas Co., Oxford, organized, Aug. 9, 1897.
GATES, A. D., died May 16, 1892, aged 67.
GIBSON, Robert, died suddenly Nov. 16, 1879, aged 73.
GILLMAN, Geo. F., died Jan. 11, 1898, aged 49.
GILLMAN, Ray, son of Charles, drowned, July 2, 1890.
GILLMAN, Wm., died suddenly, Nov. 8, 1888, aged 68.
GODFREY, Mrs. Daniel, killed by lightning, Sept. 4, 1867.
GOMES, Sylvester, drowned June 6, 1863.
GRANT, Gen. U. S., passed through town on special train, July 30, 1872.
GREELEY, Horace, delivered address at fair, Oct. 4, 1860.
Guilford "Old Folkes" concert, Oct. 12, 1865.

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HALL, Murray, died Aug. 16, 1891, aged 73.
HAMILTON, J. W., died June 3, 1901, aged 76.
HARRINGTON, Wm. A., died June 18, 1880, aged 75.
HARRINGTON, Mrs. Wm. A., died Nov. 5, 1893.
HOGAN, Wm., died April 17, 1896, aged 78.
HOGAN, Wm., 2d, died Oct. 14, 1904, aged 59.
HOLMES, Clark K., died Dec. 11, 1903, aged 71.
HOLMES, Myron M., died Nov. 22, 1893, aged 80.
Hook and Ladder Co., organized June 25, 1878.
HOTCHKISS, Mrs. Samuel, died Nov. 17, 1898.
Hung her infant and self, Mrs. Maria HERRICK, aged 17, Oct. 25, 1873.

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INGRAHAM, George W., died July 7, 1900, aged 50.
Illumination of village in honor of Lee's surrender to General Grant, April 10, 1865.
Independent Hose Company organized Oct. 17, 1898.

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JACKSON, Fred, colored, murdered his mother Feb. 15 ,1879. Died in Auburn prison while serving a life sentence, Dec. 17, 1893.
JOHNSON, Robert, aged 44, suicided by poison Dec. 29, 1904.
JUNE, Ira W., ex-sheriff, died June 20, 1905 aged 76.
JUSTICE, Wm. A., died April 3, 1890, aged 75.

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KEELER, Edwin, died April 20, 1900, aged 79.
KETCHUM, Egbert, died May 13, 1885, aged 60.
KEYES, George S., died Dec. 17, 1887, aged 28.
KEYES, James, died June 7, 1904, aged 65.
KEYES, Mrs. James, died Dec. 10, 1904.
KILMER, "Doc," drowned Sept. 11, 1903.
KING, Cornelius O., died Aug. 3, 1906, aged 74. Veteran.
KNOTT, Mrs. L. Augustus, died Oct. 21, 1905, aged 60.
KNOTT, Luke W., died Jan. 27, 1879, aged 74.

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Lackawanna's first train ran into Oxford, Nov. 5, 1870.
Lady Washington engine company organized May 6, 1859.
Lady Washington fire engine received Oct. 1, 1858.
LALLY, Wm. H., suicided by shooting, Sept. 11, 1905, aged 42.
Leap year calls made by young ladies, Jan. 1, 1872.
LEE, John, killed by falling from Lyon Brook bridge, Oct. 6, 1870.
LILLIS, Thomas, died Sept. 6, 1903, aged 85.
LORD, John, for nearly forty years in shoe trade, died Jan. 14, 1883.
LORD, Mary E., wife of John, died June 6, 1874, aged 53.
LUDDEN, Bishop visited St. Joseph's church, Oct. 10, 1904.
LYON, Frank, aged 17, drowned at dam, April 30, 1851.

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MALTBY, Mrs. Morris W., died May 12, 1904.
MARSHMAN, Jacob, died Jan. 24, 1904, aged 74.
Masonic convention, Nov. 14, 1906.
Mass meeting, temperance, May 12, 1842.
Memorial Library, formally opened Nov. 15, 1900.
MERITHEW, J. S., died Nov. 22, 1901, aged 53.
MERITHEW, Mrs. J. S., died Aug. 8, 1905, aged 58.
MEVIS, Rev. J. W., died suddenly, April 27, 1896, aged 61.
MEVIS, Mrs. J. W., died February 13, 1905, aged 68.
MILAN, Mrs. Ann, killed by train, Sept. 12, 1883.
MILAN, Martin, died April 11, 1898, aged 70.
MILLER, Albert, of Utica, brakeman, killed at Lackawanna station, Aug. 6, 1904.
MINER, Amos, died May 30, 1896, aged 68.
Moore, Edgar D., died July 22, 1900, aged 38.
MOORE, Lysander, died Nov. 27, 1898, aged 93.
MOREHOUSE, Samuel B., died May 20,1904, aged 63.
MORGAN, Gov. E. D., visited Oxford, July 12, 1860.
Morley, D. D., died June 9, 1905, aged 78.
MUNYAN, Raymond, aged 2, fatally burned by candle in jack-o'lantern, Aug. 15, 1904.
Murder attempted, of school girl by Wm. ROBERTS, Aug.25, 1884.
MURPHY, John, died Oct. 7, 1904, aged 77.

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McCALL, Roswell J., died May 26, 1896, aged 44.
McCALPIN, Charles, died Sept 27, 1900, aged 47.
McCALPIN, Wm., died Feb. 22, 1897, aged 86.
McCALPIN, Mrs. Wm., died June 7, 1900, aged 76.
McKOON, Merrit G., a very popular principal of Oxford Academy, died Nov. 28, 1854.
McNULTY, John, of Coventry, drowned in canal, April 19, 1884.

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NEWTON, Wm. S., died Jan. 27, 1892, aged 83.
Niagara hand engine bought April 25, 1846. Sold to Guilford in May, 1897.
Niagara Hose company organized March 14, 1878.
Noonday meeting at Baptist church, when $100 was raised for starving poor of Ireland, March 16, 1847.

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O'CONNOR, Patrick, died April 27, 1901, aged 63.
OSGOOD, Richard, killed on Navy Island in runaway accident, Sept. 11, 1871.
O. & W., first passenger train through to New York, Aug. 18, 1873.
O. & W., passenger station first occupied Feb. 2, 1872.
O. & W., work first commenced in town July 23, 1868.

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PACKARD, Peter M., died Feb. 10, 1903, aged 84.
PACKARD, Sophia, wife of Joseph E., died Sept. 15, 1901.
Parachute jump at the fair Sept. 20, 1888, first ever made in this section. Fair ended the following year, Sept. 19, 1889.
Park, LaFayette, staked out April 6, 1880.
Park, Washington, staked out June 4, 1887.
PARKER, Thomas, found dead in bed, July 25, 1904.
PEARSALL, Reuben, died Jan. 29, 1903, aged 84.
PERFECT, Samuel, died April 3, 1896, aged 77.
PETTIS, Mrs. T. C., died Feb 5, 1894, aged 68.
PHETTEPLACE, Alonzo, died Sept. 8, 1890, aged 59.
POINTER, Wm. T., died Nov. 15, 1901, aged 68.
Post, Edw. E. BREED, No. 196, G. A. R., organized Jan. 21, 1881.
Postoffice burglarized April 16, 1873.
Postoffice burglarized Feb. 5, 1896.
Postoffice burglarized March 26, 1877.
Postoffice burglarized May 28, 1877.
Postoffice burglarized Sept. 12, 1872.
PUFFER, Stephen, died suddenly, Feb. 1, 1889.
PUTNAM, Mrs. Ellen, first Superintendent W. R. C. Home, died Sept. 15, 1901.

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RAABE, George, died Aug. 12, 1887, aged 42.
RACE, Derrick, died Oct. 5, 1903, aged 82.
RACE, Mrs. Derrick, died suddenly Oct. 29, 1905, aged 50.
RACE, Harry, died March 4, 1892, aged 72.
Race, Henry, died July 9, 1905.
RACE, Joseph, died Dec. 4, 1890, aged 74.
RACE, Wm. B., early resident, died Nov. 9, 1882, aged 82.
RANDALL, Levi, died Oct. 29, 1903, aged 67.
RATHBONE, J. A., killed at Blue Stone Mill, July 21, 1896.
Regiment 114th, passed through on canal boats for seat of war. Ladies served lunch at Lewis Hall, Sept. 6, 1862.
Regiment 114th, returned home via canal. Ladies served breakfast in Lewis Hall, June 19, 1865.
Regiment, 23d Infty., marched through town on way to camp in Pennsylvania, July 22, 1906.
RIDER, Earl M., died suddenly, Sept. 9, 1904, aged 43.
Riot, St. Patrick's day, March 17, 1869.
ROE, George, died suddenly, Aug. 8, 1890.
ROOT, Frank L., died Nov. 11, 1904, aged 26.
ROOT, Jas. H., died Dec. 30, 1894, aged 64.
ROOT, James J., died Feb. 11, 1892, aged 61.
ROOT, John B., died June 6, 1901, aged 73.
ROOT, Joshua B., died Nov. 27, 1891, aged 89.
ROOT, Mrs. Joshua B., while insane, suicided by hanging, Oct. 9, 1878.
ROOT, Mrs. Samuel, died May 9, 1904, aged 94.
Round Robin Reading Club organized in 1894.
ROUNDS, James, killed by train at Robinson's Mills, June 27, 1904.
ROUNDS, Joseph, died Dec. 17, 1898, aged 84.
RUGG, George P., died Dec. 10, 1901, aged 57.

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SANNICK, Augustus, died May 3, 1892, aged 67.
SANNICK, Mrs. Augustus, died July 16, 1901, aged 76.
Sappho Hose ball and banner presentation, Dec. 31, 1874.
Sappho Hose Company reorganized from Lady Washington Hose Company, Feb. 27, 1873.
Sappho Hose, first parade with carriage, July 11, 1873.
SAXE, John G., lectured Oct. 20, 1859.
SMITH, Daniel B., died Dec. 31, 1894, aged 66.
SMITH, Lester, died June 26, 1900.
SMITH, Merton B., died suddenly, June 26, 1904, aged 53.
Snow fell, May 30, 1884.
Snow fell to depth of three feet, April 20, 1857.
Snow fell to depth of twenty-six inches, Dec. 9, 1903.
Snow fell to depth of two feet, Oct, 12, 1836.
SPAULDING, E. Judson, mysteriously disappeared July 16, 1896, and no trace of him ever discovered.
SPAULDING, William, crushed to death in woods by falling tree, Nov. 21, 1874.
SPENCE, Robt. E., died from self inflicted wounds and disease, Feb. 26, 1904, aged 56.
SPERRY, Carlton L., killed by falling from Baptist church spire, June 7, 1899, aged 27.
STAFFORD, Elmer S., body found in river April 29, 1906. Disappeared Nov. 19, 1905. Aged 54.
STAFFORD, Job N., died April 12, 1891, aged 79.
Steam fire engine received in Nov. 1898.
Steam packet passed through town on canal, June 17, 1863.
STEWART, Miss Katie, blind, died Aug. 18, 1906, aged 73.
St. James Hotel opened Sept. 23, 1872, by T. C. PETTIS.
Storm of heavy rain, flooded streets and LaFayette Park, July 21, 1902.
Storm, severe electric, July 15, 1904.
St. Paul's church raised over $200 for Chicago fire sufferers, Oct. 22, 1871.
St. Paul's church raised over $100 for starving poor of Ireland, Feb. 28, 1847.
SWAN, Mrs. Alma B., died Nov. 25, 1904, aged 92.

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TAINTOR, Mrs. Sylvia FOX, died Dec. 30, 1891, aged 78.
TANSEY, Edw. S., died Jan. 13, 1891.
TANSEY, John, died Aug. 4, 1890, aged 52.
Telegraph, first office, Oxford and Utica, opened, May 3, 1852.
TEW, Harry, died Aug. 19, 1906, aged 58.
TEW, James, died July 24, 1902, aged 79.
TEW, Mrs. James, died Oct. 11, 1906, aged 77.
THOMPSON, Mrs. Nancy, died March 22, 1892, aged 86.
THORP, Mrs. Mary, died Nov. 13, 1904, aged 90.
TITUS, Mrs. Benj., died Nov. 4, 1906, aged 42.
Tornado swept through village, June 9, 1906.
TUCKER, Edw., died Oct. 21, 1888, aged 75.
TUTTLE, Miss Emma, died suddenly, Feb. 11, 1906.
TUTTLE, Wm. L., died Dec. 8, 1864.

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Union school building first occupied, March 29, 1897.

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Vicksburg, surrender of. Great rejoicing in village, July 7, 1863.
Village incorporated April 6, 1808.
Volunteers, first for Civil War, left May 7, 1861.

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WARD, Matthew, suicided, Oct. 25, 1880.
WALKER, Charles, died Jan. 9, 1890, aged 92.
WALKER, Chas. B., died Dec. 7, 1894, aged 60. Veteran.
WALSH, -----, killed by falling from Lyon Brook bridge, Nov. 10, 1869.
Water works completed Oct. 18, 1897.
WEBB, Merritt, died May 2, 1889, aged 87.
WELLS, Miss Phebe A, died July 22, 1887, aged 49.
WELCH, Tommy, drowned June 4, 1887, aged 7.
WHEELER, Gerrit, shot by Neil BRACKETT, May 30, 1889.
WILLCOX, Loran, died March 9, 1886, aged 60.
WILLCOX, Samuel, died Nov. 3, 1892, aged 81.
WILLCOX, Mrs. Samuel, died July 3, 1901, aged 83.
W. R. C. Home located at Oxford, Oct. 13, 1894.

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YOUNGS, Daniel, found buried in sand bank, Sept. 25, 1876.
YOUNGS, Stewart, drowned during flood, Sept. 4, 1905, aged 12.

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Zero, 30 degrees below, Jan. 11, 1886.
Zero, 31 degrees below, Jan. 19, 1904.
Zero, 32 degrees below, Jan. 30, 1873.
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