Rochester, Monroe, NY
Tue Jan 6, 1821
In this village, on Wednesday evening, by the Rev. F. H. CUMING, Mr. Nathaniel
OSBORNE, to Miss Harriet LITTLE; Mr. Avery BROWN to Miss Melinda HATCH.
On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Joseph PENNEY, Mr. Nelson THOMPSON,
formerly of Batavia, to Miss Maria CLARK, daughter of Dea. Frederick CLARK,
all of this village.
At Milo, Cayuga co. on the 1st inst. by the Rev. Mr. CHASE. Nathaniel DRAPER,
of this village, formerly of Claremont, N. H. to Miss Rachel CASNER, of the
At Greece, by S. WALKER, Esq. Mr. Samuel CARPENTER, aged sixteen, to Miss
Nancy EARLS, aged fourteen.
At Clarkson, by Rev. Mr. BLISS, Mr. David HARRIS to Miss Sarah SISSON; Mr.
George W. WORDEN to Miss Elizabeth CLARK; Mr. Nathaniel LORD to Miss Livonia
At Bloomfield, on the 1st inst. by Elder BADGER, Mr. __ LAMPHERE to Miss
At Lima, by Elder J. BADGER, Mr. Belia BROCKWAY to Miss Ann HARMOND.
At Canandaigua, on the 29th ult. Mrs. Cornelia R. GRANGER, aged 26(?), wife of
Francis GRANGER Esq.
At Palmyra, on the 15th ult. Mr. William WILCOX, aged 54 years, one of the
At West Point on the 15th ult, Doct. Jas. CUTBUSH, Professor of Chemistry in
the Military Academy - a man not only known for his extensive knowledge of
Chemistry, but distinguished for his philanthropy and patriotism.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Tue. Jan. 9, 1821
At New York, on the 2d ult, Mrs. Hannah R. RIVERA, aged 100 years, lacking 33 days. Mrs. RIVERA was born on the
island of Minorea, and came to this country about 90 years ago.
In Boston Mrs. Mary BACON, 59. - death occasioned by clothes taking fire.
In Harrisburg, Penn. Mr. Barney MERKLE, painter, in the 65th year of his age. He was buried with masonic honors.
The deceased was a veteran of the revolution he was a gunner on board the Hyder Ally at the capture of the General
Monk by Com. Barney. In his engagement he received four wounds before he fell, the effects of which were visible
in his person till his death.
At St. Louis, Missouri, on the 15th ult, after a painful and lingering illness in the 43d year of his age, the
Rev. Felix De ANDREIS, Vicar General of Louisiana, and superior of the Congregation the Mission. This venerable
priest was born in Piedmont, (Italy)
In Augusta, Me, Mr. George How VOSE, 19, member of the senior class Bowdom College
In Brewster, Hon. Solomon FREEMAN, 5, one of the senators of Massachusetts' Legislature.
At West Point, N. Y. Mr. Christopher WEBBER, a cadet, from Vermont.
At Charleston S. C., Robert MAGWOOD, 62, a native of Ireland. - an eminent physician, and author of some curious
At Little Falls, N. Y. Mr. John M'ARDLE, 50. Mr. M. was employed in blasting rocks, and was killed by an explosion.
Every precaution was taken to prevent the accident. He was 14 rods from the place of blasting. The accident in
the family of Mr. M., are very peculiar. He has lost seven sons not one of whom died a natural death, five of them
were drowned one ho was employed with his father, recently met his death in the same way.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Tue Jan 16, 1821
At the Onondaga Castle, in this town Mixton, one of the Chiefs of the Onondaga tribe of Indians, aged about 53.
It may be said of Mixton that he was scarcely inferior to the celebrated Schenandoa, in strength of mind and as
possessing those qualities which adorn the human heart. He has for more than 30 years been a warm and decided friend
to the white people. In the late war he took an active part, particularly at the battle of Chippewa. For a number
of years he has had the perfect confidence of the white people indeed, so great was the reliance placed in his
integrity that he has frequently had credit of our merchants to the amount of upwards of 1,200 dollars. Within
the last few years he had been in the habit of becoming responsible for most of the tribe to obtain their clothing
and such articles as they needed to make them comfortable during the inclement season, and, of paying when their
money should be received from the State in June. In this way his account at a single store have been from 800 to
1,200 dollars. He kept all his accounts with the several individuals of the tribe by marks, and such was his accuracy,
that he seldom was detected in an error. His death will be a great loss to the tribe, and sincerely regretted by
his white friends - Onondaga Reg.
Jan 23, 1821
In this village, on the 14th inst., Mr. Moses DYER to Miss Abigail CHAPMAN.
In this village, Mr. Wm. SCOTT, aged 40 years
Loren, son of Mr. BARTLETT, aged 2 year
A child of Mr. WILSON
In Cambridge, Mass, on Monday evening the 1st inst. William GAMAGE, M. D. in the 76th year of his age.
SEVERE WEATHER - The weather for some time past has been extremely cold and windy. Lake Erie is closed up at this
end, which is quite unusual so early in the season.
The Niagara River is frozen over from Lewiston to Youngstown, and the channel is so obstructed by ice, as to cause
a rise of water, which has carried away the Store House of Porter, Barton & Co. At Lewiston, and that of Messrs.
Kirby & Grant, and one other at Queenston. This river has not been frozen over before as we have been informed,
since the winter of 1807 or ‘8.
Since the above was in type, we learn that every building situate near the water, from Queenston to Lake Ontario,
has been swept away. - Buffalo Pat.
Jan. 30, 1821
In Le Roy, Mr. Israel RATHBUN, of Lewiston, to Mrs. Lory CAN???.
In Bloomfield, Mr. Chauncey GR??ES, to Miss Sarah ADAMS
In Palmyra, Mr. RANSOM BROWN, to Miss Hannah WASHBURN
Mr. Resolved(?) FISH, to Miss Philena SHATTUCK.
In Penfield, Mr. James CLOSE, to Miss Sarah HAMMOND
Mr. Eben DUNN, to Miss Sarah DICKINSON
In Farmington, Mr. Mowry ALDRICH, to Miss Julian POWERS
In Manchester, Mr. James PECK, to Miss Harriet HAMILTON
In Canandaigua, Mr. Abel TRACY, to Miss Sally REID
Mr. Peletiah METCALF, to Miss Eleanor ROSE
Mr. Kingsley MILLER, of Palmyra, to Miss Ann COLE
Mr. David C. BATES, to Miss Sarah M. COLE
In Henrietta, by Rev. C. WILLIAMS, Mr. ____ WOODWORTH, to Miss Minerva SPERRY
By the Rev. F. H. CUMING, Mr. Elijah PARMER to Miss Betsey DEAN.
At West Springfield, Ms. Dec. 31 - the venerable Joseph LATHROP, D. D. in his 90th year. This truly venerable man
has long stood at the head of American divines. For more than sixty years his ministry was distinguished by active
and eminent usefulness. Six volumes of admirable discourses, published during his life, remain a durable monument
of his talents, learning and piety - His fame will extend with increasing years.