Rochester, New York
Rochester Daily Democrat
Tuesday, February 1, 1842
In this city, on the evening of the 31st ult., by the Rev. Mr. CARLTON, Mr. JAMES HENDERSON to Miss NANCY JANE HOLTON, all of this city.
In this city on the 26th ult., by the Rev. Mr. CARLTON, Mr. S. BABCOCK, to Miss DELIA GREEN.
On the 31st ult., by the same, Mr. HIRAM DEFENDORF, to Miss ELIZA WILSON, all of this city.
In Elmira, Chemung county, at Maxwell Park, by the Rev. P.H. FOWLER, JOHN McQUHAE, of Philadelphia, to AZUBA B. CARPENTER, adopted daughter of Wm. MAXWELL, Esq., of that place.
In Sodus, on the 22d inst., by ALEXANDER B. WILLIAMS, Esq., Mr. FRANCIS DOYLE, of Huron, to Miss SALLY M. PHELPS, of Sodus.
At Lyons, on the 23d inst., by C.O. HOFFMAN, Esq., Mr. JOHN W. DAILY, to CHARLOTTE HILL, all of Arcadia.
In Albion, on the 25th instant, by the Rev. JUSTUS W. FRENCH, Mr. ALPHEUS BARRETT, Jr., to Miss LOUISA J. HOPKINS, all of that place.
A Wholesale Business.----The following Hymeneal notice is copied from the Franklin (Tennessee) Review of the 7th ultimo.
Married in this place, on Tuesday evening the 28th ultimo, by the Rev. M.L. ANDREWS:
Mr. LEMUEL FARMER, to Miss MIRINDA McGAU.
Mr. G.W. KIDD, to Miss E.C. STILL.
Mr. JAMES HENLY, to Miss JANE NOLEN.
Mr. THOMAS HARRIS, to Miss ELLEN ADAMS.
Mr. M.FD. TWOMEY, to Miss H.N. TERRILL.
Mr. J.M. MANGRUM, to Miss S.E. ELLIOT.
Mr. N.B. FARMER, to Miss M.A.E.HARVEY.
Mr. J.M. PRIEST, to Miss M. VAWTER.
Mr. WILLIAM M. WITT, Jr., to Miss C.A. GRIGSBY.
Mr. CARTER STANFIELD, to Miss N. BENNETT.
Mr. L. GWIN, to Miss M. MODLIN.
PETER OWEN, Esq., to Miss M.C. BROOKS.
In Amsterdam, Montgomery, N.Y., on the 22nd ult., FANNY, the wife of CHANDLER BARNETT, aged 32 years.
ASSAULT.--AARON H. BATEMAN was brought up for assault on OAKS R. BUTTERFIELD. This was a "small potato" matter about some band boxes. Held to answer.
DISORDERLY.--JACOB DeCLUTE, a drunken fellow, was brought up for disorderly conduct. Island 1 day.
WATCH HOUSE SUBJECTS.--Yesterday morning Capt. WELCH afforded "Squire WARNER an hour's employment in the disposition of PATRICK BATEAU, THO'S CHAPMAN, THO'S DIXON, ELI BUSH, JOS. DAVIDSON, and MARY ANN BACON, who were thrown into the watch house the previous night as vagrants. We understand this was a very select company, but we have neither time nor inclination for any detailed account of them. PATRICK, THOMAS 2d, ELI and JOSEPH were discharged; THOMAS 1st committed for further examination, and MARY sent to the Island for 10 days.
MORE.--This morning Capt. WELCH brought in EBENEZER FERRIN, (charged with stealing chickens from JASPER OSTRANDER,) and two vagrants in the persons of SAMUEL HOWE and RICHARD W. JACKSON. EBENEZER was held to answer, and SAM and DICK discharged.
Rochester Daily Democrat
Rochester, Monroe County, New York
February 2, 1842
In Lockport, on the 13th ult., by the rev. Mr. HOLCOMB, Mr. James Osborne STOKES, to Miss Margaret Eliza BURLOCK, daughter of David BURLOCK, Esq., late of St. Croix, W.I. On the 30th ult., by A.T. PRENTICE, Esq., Francis ALLEN to Hannah NASH, both of Lockport. On the 27th ult., by the Rev. Mr. SELMSER, Mr. John G. WAGNOR, to Miss Gertrude Eliza MURPHY, all of Lockport.
In St. James Church, Batavia, on the 20th ult., by the Rev. James A. BOLLES, the Hon. Joseph GRANT of Oswego, to Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of the late Jonas WILLIAMS of Williamsville.
In LeRoy, on the 30th ult., George EGGLESTON, youngest son of David and Sally HASCALL, aged 21 years.