Marriages and Deaths Published in the Fayetteville
Luminary and Reformed Methodist Intelligencer 3/14/1839-7/23/1840
Town of Manlius
Submitted by Kathy Crowell
M. in Episcopal Church, Fay. by Rev. Mr. Fencer, William Stewart
Wisconsin Territory to Miss Charlotte, daughter of Col. John Sprague
On death of Mr. and Mrs. Stark, late of the town of Manlius.
D. at Manlius Centre, of consumption, the 30th of April ult.,
M. at Fayetteville on the 2d inst., by Rev. Mr. Phippen,
Kinne, of DeWitt,
to Miss Eliza R. Palmer.
Died by drowning May 31 Walter Henry, son
of Erastus and Harriet
age 3 years and 6 months. Mr. Upham was engaged in running a boat
had taken Mrs. Upham and the little
boy with him to Albany, and had
to what is called the Four Locks, about 6 p.m. from Troy, where his son
fell into one of the locks, and was drowned. He was not found until
the water out of the locks, he was discovered to pass
The corpse was brought to this village, and interred last Sabbath.
M. on Manlius Village the 4th inst. by Rev. S. G. Appleton,
to Miss Elizabeth P. Converse, all of Manlius Village.
D. 4th inst. Dan S., son of John G. Reilay, ae 4 years, 3 months.
D. on 5 inst. at house of E. Goodfellow, Miss Cornelia, daughter
D. in Fayetteville on the 10th, Mrs. Elvira
Jones, wife of Rev.
of scarlet fever.
Alfred Jencks of Fayetteville m. Agnes
Wemples of Florida,
NY on the llth inst. in Amsterdam.
M. by Rev. Mr. Tuttle in Fayetteville, Wm. C. Hurd, son of Dr. C. J.
Hurd to Louisa
Wilson, daughter of John Wilson, formerly of Dutchess Co., NY.
D. on llth inst. Miranda, infant daughter of James I. DePuy.
D. in Manlius, the 22d inst. Origin
Eaton, a patriot of the
aged 75 years.
D. on 15th inst. in Fayetteville Mrs. Carr,
consort of Mr. Levi
M. on 8th inst. by Rev. John Smitzer, Eli Perry of Albany to Lydia
Collins of Fayetteville.
On 13th inst. in Manlius, by Rev. W. Bailey, Major Worden to Lydia
A. Bishop of
D. in Fayetteville on 24th inst., Freeman
Gates, a journeyman
M. 5th inst. in Fayetteville by Rev.
John Smitzer, Harvey I.
of D. Thompson, Esq. to Miss Caroline Husted.
M. 17th inst., Erastus Colton to Abigail
Partellos, both of
M. 16th inst. by Rev. John Smitzer,
Hervey P. Hall of Marine,
Co., Ill. to Angeline P. Edwards, youngest daughter of Sam Edwards,
Esq. of Fayetteville.
M. in Manlius 29th ult. by Rev. A. Breed,
Ben Kinne to Mary Jane
all of Manlius.
M. on 30th ult. by Rev. Mr. Munson, Alfred
H. Bliss to Hannah L.
D. at Fayetteville, Amanda, wife of
Porter Tremain and youngest
David Collin, ae. 31.
M. 22d inst. at Trinity Church Fayetteville by Rev. Mr.
D. 10 April in Fayetteville, Daniel Hedge, ae 37.
M. at North East, Dutchess Co., on 16th inst., Charles
H. Mead of
to Caroline, daughter of James Collin, Esq. of North East.
...on Friday last a boat being loaded with flour in the basin of
branch of the canal, was drawn by the force of the current over the
the feeder, which occasioned considerable loss to those concerned.
while a number of persons were assembled for the purpose of replacing
in the navigable canal, 2 lads, sons of Mr. Hulbert of
playing upon the bank of the basin, just
above the dam, fell into the
(the oldest boy having lost his balance, seized, with the arm, around
brother's neck and drew him along with him), passed over
the dam, and
under the boat (the youngest survived).
M. on Wednesday evening, April the 29th by the Rev. Mr. Tuttle at the
of John McViccar, Esq. the Rev. Charles
Jones of LaFargeville,
to Miss Calsina P. Gardner, of Fayetteville.
M. in Manlius 4/22 by Rev. Z. Baker, Philip Betinger of Sandy
to Mary, daughter
of John Lower of Manlius.
D. 5th inst., Jacob Vandenmark, ae 67.
D. 8th inst. at Syracuse, John Smith
(for a number of years a
this village), ae 56.
Submitted 31 May 1998