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MAY 2, 1890; Friday

Marriage:
Brower-Wright-Freeport, April 27 by Rev. G. S. Bell, Mr. Thomas H. Brower of Woodsburgh, to Miss Mary E. Wright of Seaford.

Deaths:
Bedell, Hempstead, April 18, Sylvester W. Bedell, aged 41 years, 1 month and 30 days.

Frost-Locust Valley-April 18, Valentine Frost, in his 70th year.

Pray-Hempstead, April 21, John Pray, aged 37 years, 7 months, and 22 days.

Jackson-Willow Glen Farm, April 21, Florence, younger daughter of Carrie and C. C. Jackson, aged 2 years.

Smith-Brooklyn, April 20, Caleb L. Smith, formerly of Hempstead. In his 61st year.

Hewlett-Cedarhurst, April 10, Susan Jane, widow of the late Benj. S. Hewlett, in her 78th year.

Parris-Far Rockaway-April 28, Robert Parris, aged 38 (?-ink smear) years.

Ennis-Rockaway Beach-April 28, Mrs. Esther Ennis, aged 38 years.

MAY 9, 1890; Friday

Married:
Southard-Thurston-Hempstead, April 26, by Rev. M. Y. Bovard, Mr. Samuel R. Southard to Miss Adeline Thurston, all of Hempstead.

Walters-Johnson-Hempstead, April 30, by Rev. E. Davis, Mr. Henry Walters to Miss Anna L. Johnson, of Bellmore, daughter of Mr. Charels F. Johnson.

Yockel-Carney-Hempstead, April 29, by Rev. J. J. McCusker, A. M., Mr. Philip Yockel, of New York, to Miss Lizzie Carney, of Mineola.

Deaths:
Gittens-Hempstead, April 26, Sadie J. Gittens, daughter of J. K. Gittens.

Thompson-Hempstead, April 27, Edward Thompson.

Smith-Rockville Centre, May 6, Percy, son of Sidney S. and Ada Smith, aged 9 months, and 9 days.

Rhodes-Rockville Centre, May 1, John P. Rhodes, aged 81 years, 3 months, and 6 days.

May 16, 1890; Friday

MARRIED:
Smith-Kiverligs-Hempstead, May 1, by Rev. J. J. McCusker, Mr. George S. Smith to Miss Lizzie Kiverligs, all of Hempstead.

Williams-Thayer- Cacramento, Cal., April 30, Mr. George B. Williams, Jr., of Sacramento, Cal., to Miss Emma Lewis Thayer, daughter of Mr. George W. Thayer, of Hempstead.

DEATHS:
Carman-Uniondale, May 3, Elizabeth H., wife of Joseph Carman, aged 72 years, 7 months and 29 days.

Cornell-Hempstead, May 7, Mrs. Lydia A. Cornell, aged 70 years, 1 month and 1 day.

Conklin-Hempstead, May 1, Frank Conklin, aged 12 years, and 6 months.

Henne-Elmont, May 1, Edward Henne, aged 5 years, 7 months, and 19 days.

Rushmore-Hempstead, May 12, Rev. Stephen Rushmore, aged 72 years.

Smith-Baldwins, May 12, Amy, widow of the late Floyd Smith, aged 86 years and 8 months.

Wolff-Valley Stream, May 8, Frederick Wolff, aged 59 years and 10 months.

Southard-Freeport, May 15, William B. Southard, aged about 70 years. Funeral at the M. E. Church on Saturday, at 2 P.M.

May 23, 1890; Friday

Married:
Merrick-On the afternoon of Sunday, May 18, at 5 P.M., Miss Carrie Augusts, youngest daughter of Mr. Charles Agustus Smith, of Merrick, and Mr. Nelson Fanning Delamater, of Ronkonkoma, were united in wedlock by Rev. Wm. Montgomery Downey of the Chruch of the Redeemer. The bride was very tastefully attired in a dark maroon traveling dress, and carried a bouquet of white lilacs and lilies of the valley. Miss Mary E. Delamater acted as maid of honor, and Mr. Charles Pine Smith, brother of the bride, played the part of best man. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. Thomas H. Smith. A wedding supper was then served, covers being spread for twelve. Among the guest present were Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Miss Smith, Miss Mary E. Delamater, of Ronkonkoma; Mrs. Elijah Raynor, of Freeport; Mrs. John Powell, of Ronkondoma, and Rev. Wm. Montgomery Downey. The happy couple left on the morrow for a brief wedding trip. Mr. Delamater is connected with the Delamaters of New York, the famous iron merchants.

Deaths
Inwood-Joseph Atkins died of blood poisoning, on Tuesday morning, aged 83 years. Funeral took place Thursday afternoon at the M. P. Church, Inwood. Mr. Atkins was born in Lincolnshire, England. He came to this country about fifty years ao and has lived int eh vicinity about forty years. For about thirty-five years he has been employed by Mr. D. D. Lord in the capacity of general manager. He leaves a wife nd two children, Mr. F. Atkins and Mrs. P. Fostevin. Mr. Atkins was a man much esteemed in the communit by his neighbors. It may be said of him tht he passed to his final rest leaving many warm friends in tears, bowed in grief over the departure of their companion and friend.

Inwood-Mrs. Richard Craft died of cancer of the stomach on Friday. The funeral took place Monday at the Lawrence M. E. Church.

Valley Stream-Mr. George Hults died on Monday afternoon, aged 32 years. He leaves a wife and two children. The interment took place in Rockville Centre Cemetery on Tuesday, the funeral being conducted by Rockville Centre Lodge I. O. O. F. of which he was a member.

May 30, 1890; Friday

Married:
Gritman-Hoagland-Brookville, May 15, by Rev. John H. Snock. Mr. William S. Gritman, Seaford, to Miss Emma Hoagland.

McSherry-Smith-Hempstead, May 15, by Rev. J. J. McCusker, Mr. Patrick McSherry, of Brooklyn, to Miss Mary J. Smith, of Washing Square.

Simonson-Thorne-Locust Valley, by Friends Ceremony, May 14, Mr. John Simonson, Greenvale, to Miss Julia Thorne.

Deaths:
Seaman-Oceanville, May 16, Edward T. Seaman aged 58 years, 8 months and 12 days.

Hulse-Valley Stream, May 19, George H. Hulse, aged 32 years, 3 months, and 21 days.

Rae-Springfield, May 22, Anna L., wife of Samuel Rae, and daughter of John W. and Johanna Decker, in her 38th year.

Fosdick-Springfield, May 22, Eliza, widow of the late Seaman Fosdick, in her 87th year.

Atkins-Lawrence, May 20, Joseph Atkins, aged 83 years.

Craft-Inwood, May 14, Mary L., wife of Richard Craft, aged 74 years.

Defour-East Meadow, May 19, Paul Defour, aged 50 years.

Powell-Westbury, May 16, Richard Powell, aged 82 years, and 4 months.

Brotheridge-Freeport, May 25, Clara L., daughter of Joseph E. and Druscilla Brotheridge, aged 8 years, 5 months and 22 days.

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