MARRIAGE AND DEATH NOTICES APPEARING  IN AVAILABLE MANLIUS VILLAGE NEWSPAPERS

1822-1835

Submitted by Kathy Crowell

Coverage is not restricted to the Town of Manlius.  Names are spelled as they appear in the newspapers.


The Onondaga County Republican, January 30, 1822:


Married in Pompey, on the 24th inst. by the Rev. Geo. Harmon, Dr. Daniel Western, of Ontario Co. to Miss Ketcham.

On the 23d inst. Mr. Horatio M. Pratt, to Miss Milinda M. Hunter, both of Pompey.

Mr. William Smith, to Miss Betsey Chapel.

Mr. Alvin Lord, to Miss Lucy Rogers.

In Fabius, Mr. James Van Buren, to Miss Clarissa Belknap.

In Tully, Mr. Hiram Johnson, to Miss Polly Bryan.

In Cazenovia, Mr. Oran Morris, to Miss Olivia Wheeler.

In Nelson, Mr. James B. Daniels, to Miss Lawry Bailey.

The Onondaga County Republican, February 13, 1822:

Died at Cazenovia, On Saturday last, Col. John Lincklaen, aged 53 years.
 

The Onondaga County Republican, February 20, 1822:


Married in this town, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Mr. Harmon, Mr. Joel Andrews to Miss Adaline Barnard.

In Pompey, on Thursday last, Mr. Milton Lord, to Miss Dorothy Wheelock.
 

Onondaga Republican, November 5, 1824:


Marriages.  In this village, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. H. Woodruff, Mr. Daniel C. M'Clenthen, to Miss Annis Bostwick, both of this village (Manlius).
 

The Manlius Repository, October 12, 1830:


Marriages.  In Jamesville, on the 23d ult., by the Rev. Mr. Beardsley, Mr. Henry G. Hamlin, to Miss Mary Elizabeth Hadley, of the former place.

In Camillus, on the evening of the 28th, ult. by Elder Spaulding, Mr. ___ Bingham, of Onondaga, to Miss Ruth Lawrence of the former place.

Also in Onondaga, on the 29th ult. Mr. P. C. Lawrence, of Marcellus to Miss Bingham, of the above place.

Deaths.  At his residence in Manlius, on Tuesday morning the 12th inst. Col. Milo Bird, aged 38 years.  The deceased was a highly valued citizen, and his loss will be severely felt by the neighborhood in which he was an ornament.  He has left an amiable wife and a large circle of friends to deplore his loss.--Com.
 

The Manlius Repository, October 26, 1830:


Deaths.  At Eagle village, in this town, on the 23d inst. Mr. Moses Mills, aged 85.  Mr. Mills was a native of New-Hartford, Litchfield county, Connecticut.--He entered into the service of his country, in the old French war, and passed through the wilderness, up as far as Detroit.  He again, in the revolutionary war, enlisted as a soldier in defence of the cause of freedom, and fought the battles of his country against their oppressors.  And what was of far greater consequence, to himself he early enlisted as a soldier of the cross, and exemplified through a long life, the happy fruits of the faith which he had embraced. --Com.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 9, 1830:


Marriages.  At the house of R. W. Hodge, in Pompey, on the 4th inst. by Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Asahel Evans, farmer, of the former place to Miss Keziah Weld, late of Mass.

Also on the 7th inst. by the same, Mr. Alexander Graves, of Manlius, to Miss Lydia Eastman, daughter of Mr. Timothy Eastman of Pompey.

Deaths.  In Pompey on the 25th ult., Mrs. Clapp, wife of Paul Clapp, aged 72 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 16, 1830:


Marriages.  In Pompey on the 10th inst. by G. L. Taylor Esq., Mr. Hiram Wordin, son of James Wordin of Manlius, to Miss Julia Welton, daughter of Arnold Welton of the former place.

The Manlius Repository, November 23, 1830:

Marriages.  In Jamesville, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Beardsley, Mr. Jacob Gillet to Miss Helen Post.

In Jamesville, on the 23d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Porter, Mr. Henry G. Houghtailing, to Miss Sally Gilson, all of the above place.

Deaths.  In Jamesville, on the 16th instant, William H. son of Doct. Hugh Gillespie, aged 4 years and 5 months.

"Death ! like an everflowing stream,
Sweeps us away--our life's a dream ! --
An empty tale--a morning flower,
Cut down and withered in an hour."

The Manlius Repository, November 30, 1830:


Marriages.  In Syracuse, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Porter of Jamesville Doct. Curtis Parkhurst of Lawrenceville (Pa.) to Miss Jane Ann Kasson, of the former place.

On the 21st by the same Mr. Joseph Boon, of Salina, to Miss Clarinda Safford, of La Fayette.
 

The Manlius Repository, December 7, 1830:


Marriages.  At Skaneateles, Onondaga co., on the 29th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Brace, the Rev. D. D. Gregory, of Deposit, Delaware county, to Miss Sarah S. Rhoades, daughter of Mr. Jos. Rhoades, of the former place.

At Eagle village, in Manlius, on the 1st inst. by Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Chester Sewart, to Miss Sarah Ann Manchester, of Dover Dutches county.

In Salina, on the 25th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Bennett, Mr. Daniel C. Dow, of Manlius, to Miss Fanny Barnham of the former place.

Deaths.  In Jamesville on the morning of the 6th inst. Mr. Joseph Post, aged 82 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, December 14, 1830:


Marriages.  In Jamesville, on the 12th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Porter, Mr. Henry Bates, of Syracuse, to Miss Ann Eliza Hammond, of Jamesville.

Deaths. in Jamesville, on the morning of the 6th inst. Mr. John Post, aged 82 years (repeat).
 

The Manlius Repository, December 21, 1830:


Marriages.  In Jamesville on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Beardsley, Mr. William Dale, to Mrs. Clarissa Seely, both of the former place.  We acknowledge the receipt of a generous slice of cake made for the above occasion.

In New-York, on Wednesday the 8th instant, by the Rev. Doctor Brownlee, Mr. Charles Williams, of the firm of Clark & Williams, merchants, to Miss Catharine Elizabeth, daughter of James Bogert, Jun. Esq. all of the city of New-York.

In Oran, on the 12th inst. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. John Slote, of Fayetteville, to Miss Delany Sixbury, late of Richmond, Jefferson co.

Deaths.  In La Fayette, on Thursday the 10th inst. Jesse Cheesbro, son of Robert B. DePuy, aged 3 years.

In Cazenovia, on the morning of the 16th last Mrs. Lydia Kellogg, late of Colchester, Conn. aged 82 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, January 4, 1831:


Marriages.  In Manlius village, on the 2d instant, by the Rev. Mr. Densmore, Mr. Truman Welch, to Miss Mary Ann M'Enlear, all of the above place.  A handsome slice of cake received from Mr. & Mrs. Welch.

In La Fayette, on the 1st instant, by the Rev. Seth J. Porter, of Jamesville, Mr. Marcus Barnum, to Miss Elizabeth Lawnsbury, of the former place.

In Pompey, Dec. 30th, by Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Burnet M. Breed, of Manlius, to Miss Diadama Hatch, of the former place.

Also, at Oran on the 2nd instant, by the same, Mr. Albert Crosby, to Miss Clarrissa Dennis, both of the above place.
 

The Manlius Repository, January 18, 1831:


Marriages.  In Pompey, on the 12th inst. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Ransom B. Williams, to Miss Susan Beebee.

Also Mr. James L. Beebee to Miss Alma C. Williams, all of the former place.

In Onondaga, on the 5th inst. by Eld. Gilbert of Salina, Mr. Edmund Cobb of Orville to Miss Cornelia Knapp of the former place.

In Orville, on the 6th inst. by the same, Mr. William Parker jr. of Fayetteville, to Miss Julia Ann Cobb of the former place.

In Oran on the 2d inst. by B. D. Lewis, Esq. Marcus Pearsons, to Miss Almira Dewey.
Also at the same time, and by the same, Mr. James Keth, to Miss Emily Russell.

In Onondaga, on Sunday the 2d inst. by the Rev. Harvey Wheeler, Mr. Samuel Butler to Miss Harriet Hall, of the same place.

In Pompey on the 10th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Porter, Mr. Martin Cornnell, to Miss Maria Dixon, of the above place.
 

The Manlius Repository, January 25, 1831:


Marriages.  In Pompey, on the 20th inst. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Elihu Williams of Manlius to Miss Julia Ann Cleveland of the former place.

Deaths.  In Pompey, on Saturday the 15th inst. of the Consumption, Mrs. Susan Lusk, wife of Mr. James Lusk.

In Eagle Village, on Sunday the 23d inst. Adolphus, son of Coral H. and Clarissa Mills.

In Pompey on the 22d inst. Almira, daughter of Jacob Rice aged 15 years.

The Manlius Repository, February 1, 1831:

Marriages.  In this village, on the 30th January, by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. James A. Young to Miss Emily Gurley, both of this place.

In this village, on the 27th January, by the Rev. Amos Pardee, of Perryville, Rev. James Selkrigg to Miss Hannah Gunn, both of his place.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 8, 1831:


Marriages.  At Trenton, on Wednesday the 19th ult. by the Rev. Isaac Pearce, Edward G. Dyer, M. D. of Manlius to Miss Ann Eliza, daughter of Mr. William Morse of the former place.

In Pompey on the 29th Jan. by Eld. Smitzers, Mr. John M. Beach of Fabius to Miss Amanda Pease of the former place.

Also on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Paddock Mr. Cyrus Avery to Miss Lurinda Jones.

Also by the same at the same time, Mr. Samuel Avery to Miss Lucinda Jones, all of Pompey.

Died, at Jamesville, Jan. 25th, Nancy Maria, daughter of Washington and Mary Hamilton, aged 3 years 11 months.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 15, 1831:


Marriages.  On Sunday evening last, at Christ's Church, by the Rev. S. W. Beardsley, Mr. M. M. Norton, of Lowville, (Lewis co.) to Miss Mary Jane Cleveland, of this village.

In Pompey, on the 19th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Stockton, George Tibbits, to Miss Sophronia Butterfield.

In Pompey on the 10th inst. by the same Mr. Merrick Frost to Miss Diantha Denio all of the former place.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 22, 1831:


Marriages.  In Rushville on Thursday the 17th February by the Rev. D. Smith, Mr. Joseph J. Hollett, to Miss Sarah Fairbank.

In Auburn on the 16th, by the Rev. D. C. Axtell, Mr. M. Bennett, of Pompey, to Miss Catharine Beach of the former place.

In Seneca Falls on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hubbard, Mr. George B. Daniels, to Miss Mary S. Giddings, all of the above place.

In Truxton on the 3d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Avery, Mr. David Caswell, of Manlius, to Miss Jane A. Wells, of the former place.

In Pompey on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Dempster, Mr. Lewis St. John of Manlius to Miss Salley Russell, of the former place.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 1, 1831:


Marriages.  In New-Baltimore, on the 13th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hudson, Mr. Jacob S. Marsh, of Jamesville, to Miss Nancy Houghtailing, of the former place.

In Marcellus, by the Rev. Job Tyler, Mr. Simeon G. Thornton, to Miss Lydia Chapman, all of the above place.

At Onondaga, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Mr. Beardsley Mr. Vivus W. Smith, one of the Editors of the Onondaga Standard, to Miss Clarrissa Caroline, only daughter of the Hon. J. Earll, Jnr.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 8, 1831:


Marriages.  At Truxton, on the 24th ult. Mr. Zophar H. Adams, of Pompey, to Miss Jane Fancher, of the former place.

Died.  At Delphi, on the 4th inst., Mrs. Marcia Adaline, wife of Moses B. Savage, and daughter of Mrs. Phebe Taylor, aged 25 years.

Will you not, bending o'er her hallowed bier,
Pay the just tribute of an holy tear?
Say, shall her name forever be forgot?
And shall her virtues be remembered not?
No! on her worth shall memory joy to dwell,
and ev'ry tongue her virtuous deeds shall tell.

The Manlius Repository, 3/15/1831:


Died.  In Jamesville, on Tuesday morning, the 8th inst., Henry G., son of Eli L. and Christiana Stillson, aged four months and twenty days.

"Nipp'd by the wind's unkindly blast,
Parch'd by the sun's more fervant ray,
The momentary glories waste,
The short-liv'd beauties die away."

At St. Croix, Nov. 14th, of an intermitant fever, the Rev. William J. Bulkeley, former missionary at this place, aged 44 years.  Our Church is deprived of another of her valuable missionary servants.  Mr. Bulkeley left this country about three years since on account of ill health, and sought a more congenial climate in the island of St. Croix, where he took charge of the English Episcopal congregation; and under improved health, faithfully prosecuted his zealous labors till a week before his death.  On the Lord's day, Nov. 7th, he administered the Holy Communion to his flock, consisting of 400 communicants, and on the next Lord's day he was called to receive, we trust, the reward of his labors, that rest which remaineth for the people of God."  It was his intention, we learn, to have returned to his country to spend the remainder of his days; but God saw fit to order it otherwise.  Endeared to his friends and acquaintances as a man, a Christian, and a Christian Minister, he will be remembered with affection and lamented with deep regret.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 22, 1831:


Died.  At Jamesville, on the 19th inst. Mary Jane, only daughter of Isaac W. Brewster, Esq. aged about six years.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 29, 1831:


Marriages.  In La Fayette, on the 22d inst., by the Rev. S. J. Porter, Mr. Cuyler Cooper, of Jamesville, to Miss Mary Hine, youngest daughter of Elkanah Hine, of La Fayette.
 

The Manlius Repository, April 12, 1831:


Died.  At his residence in Cazenovia, on the 29th ult., Mr. Youngs Ledyard, aged 55.  Mr. Ledyard was among the early settlers in this village, where he resided for a number of years.  About twenty years since he united himself to the Protestant Episcopal Church, in this village, of which he ever continued a faithful member, exemplifying in this life the meek, the quiet, the peaceable, and the unostentatious fruits of that faith which he had embraced, and adorning in his daily course the doctrines of his holy profession.  In truth may it be said that from among the more humble walks of life, and in "the simple annals of the poor," the best examples are found, and the most useful lessons of instruction are derived.  Let his brethren endeavor to initiate his virtues.--Com.
 

The Manlius Repository, May 3, 1831:


Marriages.  This morning, at the house of John C. Brown, Jamesville, Mr. Augustus C. Allen, merchant, of New-York, to Miss Charlotte M. Baldwin, daughter of the late John C. Baldwin, of Baldwinsville.

At Delphi, on the 24th of April, Mr. Samuel Foote, to Miss Emeline Goodwin.
 

The Manlius Repository, May 31, 1831:


Marriages.  At Chittenango, on Wednesday, the 25th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Yates, Col. Albert T. Durham, to Miss Alvira Sage, all of the former place.

At Pompey, on Thursday the 26, by the Rev. Mr. Stockton, Mr. Gerardus Clute, of La Fayette, to Miss Mary Dunham, of Pompey.  We acknowledge the receipt of a generous slice of wedding cake.

Died.  At Fayetteville, Manlius, on the 25th inst., Mr. Thomas Starr, Aged 47.  It is due to the memory of Mr. Starr, to say that in his death his afflicted family have suffered the irreparable loss of an affectionate, kind and tender husband and parent--the inhabitants of Fayetteville, an enterprising, liberal and benevolent neighbor and friend--and the town of Manlius one of her most valuable citizens and public servants.  In all the relations of life, whether for his family--in society--in private or public business, his character was uniform.  To be acquainted with him was to respect him--to know him intimately was highly to esteem him.  He died of a lingering consumption, which confined his near four months, and which he endured with remarkable composure, patience and fortitude.  His future hopes were based (to use his own expression) on a reposing trust and confidence in the mercies of God, through the merits of Christ; and he was resigned.--Com.

In Pompey, on Saturday 28th inst. of the Dropsey, Daniel Connor aged 77 years.  At Rochester, on the 17th inst. Col. Nathaniel B. Rochester, aged 80 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, June 7, 1831:


Marriages.  In this village on the 5th, by A. Nims Esq., Mr. Henry Hinley of Salina, to Miss Lany Shaver, of the former place.

Died.  At Jamesville on Wednesday morning last, of the Consumption, Miss Sophia Slocum, aged 19 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, June 14, 1831:


Marriages.  On the 13th inst. by the Rev. A. S. Hollister, Mr. Joshua B. Gates, to Miss Lucy Ward, both of Pompey--The printer remembered.

At Manlius, on Thursday morning, 9th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Morton, Mr. Licenus Wood, of Deruyter, to Miss Caroline Benedict, of the former place.

At Pompey Hill, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. B. B. Stockton, Mr. Edwin Bishop, to Miss JuliaAn Carlton, of the former place.

Died.  At Providence, on the 4th inst. Mr. James O. Rockwell, aged 22, late editor of the Providence Patriot, and formerly a resident of this place.

At Oriskany, Col. Gerrit G. Lansing, an officer of the revolution aged 71.

At Skaneateles, on the 4th inst. Mrs. Anna Francis, wife of Mr. Samuel Francis, in the 50th year of her age.  Mrs. Francis had left to her family and the world, a most instructive example, which will long be the subject of most pious and endearing recollections.

At Charleston, S. C. whether he had gone for his health, on the 10th inst. Jeremiah Everts, Esq. of Boston, Corresponding Secretary of the American Board of Foreign Missions, and author of the celebrated article under the signature of "William Penn."

At Cazenovia, on Thursday last, Dr. Jonathan Silsby, aged 44 years.  Col. Nathaniel Rochester, terminated a long, useful and honorable life, in the village which bears his name, on the 17th ult.  All classes of citizens united in paying respectful tributes to the esteemed, intelligent and liberal founder of their enterprising and prosperous village.

At Canajoharie, in Montgomery Co. on Thursday last, Mr. John M'Vean, editor of the Canajoharie Telegraph, in the 31st year of his age.  Possessing fine acquirements and a high character for probity and the worth, his loss, not only as a citizen, but as the conductor of a public journal, will long be felt and deeply lamented.

In Duxbury, Mass. Miss Sarah M. Farlin, aged 92.  In Kentucky, Hon. Thomas Chilton, Member of Congress.

In the city of Washington, on Wednesday evening last, lieut. Joseph R. Blake, of the N. S. Navy, aged 25 years.

In Colebrook, Conn. Hervey, son of Mr. Justus Bradley, aged 12.  His death was occasioned by eating some crackars which were prepared with arsenic, and laid in the loft of the building, for the purpose of destroying rats.

In Washington, Ga. Mrs. Sarah Hillhouse, in the 70th year of her age.  For many years she conducted the editorial and mechanical departments of the Monitor, formerly printed in that place, although she had not acquired the art of printing until she had reached the age of 45.

At Detroit, Judge Trumbull, author of M'Fingal, aged 81 years.

On the 8th inst. of board the schr. Humming Bird, Col. John Brooks, of Ashtabula, O., owner, was knocked overboard and drowned, aged 47 years.

In Lunenburgh county, on the 9th ult. the Rev. John Philips, at a very advanced age.  He died while on his way to a neighbor's at whose house he expected to preach the glad tidings of salvation on the approaching Sabbath--nor was his aged companion, who was in a gig with him, conscious of his situation, until her attention was called to it by a traveller.

In Buffalo, John Mahon, aged 30.
 

The Manlius Repository, July 19, 1831::


Marriages.  In this Village Saturday the 16th Inst. by the Rev. Mr. Bates, Mr. Lewis Stanley of Cazenovia to Miss Maria Dunlap of the same place.
 

The Manlius Repository, July 26, 1831:


Died.  In Michigan on the 29th of May last Sylvia Alexander, daughter of James Seely of Pompey, aged 26 years.

Friday evening, aged 65 years, Jane Maria Rossier, wife of John S. Roulet, of Vevey, Switzerland.

The Manlius Repository, August 30, 1831:

Married.  In this Village, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Walter B. Child, to Miss Rhoda Dewy, both of Cazenovia.

Also, on the 25th inst. by the same, Mr. Harry Eaton, of Fayetteville, of the firm of Edwards & Eaton, to Miss Emely Edwards of Manlius.

Also, Mr. Hiram Eaton, of Fayetteville, to Miss Zudah Avery of Orville.  Also, Mr. John Eighmy, to Miss Elizabeth Hoyt, both of Salina.

In Manlius on the 23d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Hollister; Mr. W. Bowly to Miss Elizabeth Davis, both of Syracuse.
 

The Manlius Repository, September 6, 1831:


Marriages.  At Orville, on the 1st inst. by the Rev. Mr. Morton, Mr. Moses Liddle of Fayetteville, to Miss Ann Dorinda Wilcox, of the former place.

At Cazenovia, by the Rev. Mr. Leonard Doct. J. O. Shipman, of Manlius Centre, to Miss Rachel C. Cousin of Pitcher, Chenango co.

Died.  At Watervale, on the 24 inst. Mr. Ansel Judd aged 45 years.  In the death of Mr. Judd, his afflicted family have been deprived of a kind and indulgent husband and parent, and the town of Pompey has lost one of her most liberal & enterprising citizens.  As a neighbor, he was kind and obliging; as a friend, warm and generous; and, in short, he was "an honest man the noblest work of God."  His illness was severe, but he bore it with a fortitude seldom equalled; and his hope of a glorious resurrection and a blessed immortality was based on the never ending mercies of a Divine Redeemer, who has promised everlasting salvation to as many as repent and believe in him.

In Pompey on Friday, the 2d inst. Mrs. Cintha Butler aged 54 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, September 13, 1831:


Died.  At Avon Springs, Col. William Gardner, of this village, aged 69 years.  The remains of Col. Gardner were brought to this place for interment, and followed to the grave by a large concourse of mourning relatives and friends.

A few weeks since on his homeward bound passage from the coast of Brazil, Charles E. Moseley, Esq. aged 25 years late of Whitesboro son of Mr. Charles Moseley of Ann Arbour, Michigan, and formerly of this village.
 

The Manlius Repository, September 20, 1831:


Marriages.  At Manlius, on the 18th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Morton, Mr. Nirum E. Johnson, of Lisle, Broome Co. to Miss Sally A. Sherman, of the former place.

Died.  At Cherry Valley, on Thursday the 8th inst. Mr. Morgan L. Beardsley, late of Canandaigua.
 

The Manlius Repository, September 28, 1831 (should read 27):


Marriages.  At Delphi, in Pompey, on the 22d inst. by the Rev. Mr. White, of Cazenovia, Mr. John Kelly, to Miss Catharine Ham, both of the former place.

At Fayetteville, on the evening of the 23d inst. by the Rev. A. S. Hollister, Mr. Stilwell Stanley, to Miss Maria Cadwell, both of the same place.

Died.  At High Bridge, (Manlius,) on the 24th inst. Mrs. Bailey, consort of the Rev. Mr. Bailey, aged 60 years.

In this village on the 20th inst. John Jay, infant son of H. C. Van Schaack, Esq., aged seven months.

On the 22d inst., William, infant son of Col. D. B. Bickford, aged eighteen months.
 

The Manlius Repository, October 4, 1831:


Marriages.  In this village, by the Rev. Mr. Bates Sept. 20th Mr. Almond Gregory to Miss Flora E. Mills, both of this place.  On the 27th of the same month, by the same, Mr. George McBride to Miss Lydia Souls, both of Cazenovia.

Died.  In this village, on the 1st inst. Reuben Bennett, aged 53.
 

The Manlius Repository, October 11, 1831:


Marriages.  At Hartsville, on the 4th inst., Mr. Alvin Raymond, to Miss Philuria Sweet.

At Pompey, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Crane of Fabius, Mr. George Hicks, to Miss Polly Jennings, both of the former place.
 

The Manlius Repository, October 18, 1831:


Marriages.  In this village, on the 14th inst. by A. Nims Esq. Mr. Horace Seymour to Miss Maria Seymour, both of the former place.

Died.  In this village, on the 15th inst. an infant son of Niram Morehouse aged 18 months.
 

The Manlius Repository, October 25, 1831:


Marriages.  In this village, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hollister, Mr. Nathaniel Phillips, to Miss Adaline Clark.

In Pompey, on the 18th inst. by Ira Curtis, Esq. Mr. Sylvester Ware, to Miss Harriet Smith, both of the former place.

Died.  In this village, on the 19th inst., Mrs. Lydia Ewers, aged 45.

At Auburn, on the 19th inst., the Hon. John W. Hulbert, for many years a distinguished member of the Bar.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 1, 1831:


Marriages.  At Orville, on the 24th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Fairchild, Mr. George W. Ayres, of Conn., to Miss Ester Norman, of the former place.

Died.  On the 27th inst., Elizabeth, consort of John Watson, Esq. of Fayetteville.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 8, 1831:


Marriages. In Manlius on the 25th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Beach, Mr. Richard Twogood, to Miss Olive Knapp, both of Cazenovia.

Died.  In the village of Syracuse, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Amanda, wife of Col. Elijah Phillips, in the 42d year of her age.  Mrs. Phillips was the grand daughter of the late General Danforth, of this county, and was the first white child born in it.  Of mild and amiable manners, and possessing in an eminent degree, all those virtues that adorn the female character; and surrounded by an extensive circle of family connextions, and numerous friends and acquaintance, Mrs. P. had ever enjoyed the esteem and friendship of them all.

Inheriting from her grand sire, a benevolent disposition, which was fostered by his example, it was in this respect--in the dispensing of charities, and in the giving of alms, that she shone most conspicuous.  Not satisfied with relieving the wants of those who solicited charity at her door, she sought out the poor and afflicted in their lonely retreats, and there, with a bountiful hand, administered to their wants.

After suffering from a severe and lingering disease, which she sustained with christian fortitude and resignation, for nearly two years, she died, universally lamented; leaving as a consolation to her bereaved friends, a pure and spotless character, and the christian's hope.--Com.

In Lafayette, on the 2d inst. Theadocia, daughter of Hiram Gilbert, Esq. in the 19th year of her age.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 15, 1831:


Marriages.  At Fayetteville, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. John Hatch, Jr., to Miss Polly Jones, both of Pompey.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 22, 1831:


Died.  In the City of New York, on the 11thinst. Theodore M. Murray, formerly a resident of this place.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 29, 1831:


Marriages.  In La Fayette, on the 24th inst. Mr. Helim Tiffany of Pompey, to Miss Ann Clute, of the former place.

Died.  In Lafayette, on the 21st inst., Miss Melissa Hoyt, aged 20 years.  Her disease was a lingering consumption, which she bore with a fortitude not often equalled, and died with a full reliance on the promised mercies of a crucified Saviour.   During her protracted illness she was not heard to utter a single murmur or complaint, but expressed herself entirely prepared for that great and important change which we must all sooner or later experience.--Com.
 

The Manlius Repository, December 6, 1831:


Died.  At Marcellus, on the 26th ultimo Daniel Ball Esq. aged 42 years, had been for several years a worthy member of the Presbyterian Church and has left a wife and four children to lament his death.
 

The Manlius Repository, December 13, 1831:


Marriages.  At Fayetteville, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Adams, Mr. Philander Watkins of Delphi, to Miss Permelia Hovey of the former place.

Died.  In Manlius, on the 9th inst. George Simons, aged 63 years.

On the 12th inst. in Pompey, the son of the former aged 16 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, December 20, 1831:


Marriages.  In Pompey, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Clark, Mr. Leonard Hoar, to Miss Abbey Whitney.

Also, on the 14th, by the same, Mr. William Duguid, to Miss Eveline Van Buren.

On the 11th, by Ira Curtis, Esq. Mr. Godfrey Reals, aged 62, to Miss ___ Phillips, aged 66!!!

In this village, on the 15th inst. by Asa Nims, Esq. Mr. Elijah B. Cornell, to Miss Betsey Ann Burdick.

On the 13th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Cole, Mr. John Manchester, to Miss Alice Manchester.

At Syracuse, on the 16th inst. Mr. Harrison Clark, to Miss Cornelia Morse.

Died.  On the 6th inst., after a short illness, and apparently without a struggle, Mrs. Hannah, the wife of Mr. William I. Houghtaling, aged 67 years and 8 months.  Through this dispensation of an all wise Providence, her affectionate, aged, but now disconsolate companion, is bereft of what this world cannot replace.  As a woman, she was amiable and agreeable; as a companion, affectionate and pleasant; as a mother, kind and tender.  After having lived to a good old age, beloved and respected by all who knew her, she has finally bid her fond companion, her beloved children, and a numerous circle of relatives and friends, an affectionate farewell.--Com.

In Pittsfield, (Mass.) Mrs. Mary Ann Mosely, consort of Thomas Mosely, formerly of this village.

In Pompey, on the 15th inst. Miss Amarilla Sheldon, aged 20 years.

In Pompey, on the 14th inst. Mr. Selah Goodrich.
 

The Manlius Repository, December 27, 1831:


Marriages.  In this village on the 25th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Bates, Mr. Luke Kinney, to Miss Sarah Fine Emeline Stone, both of Syracuse.

Died.  In Pompey, on the 18th inst. Miss Serepta Hoar, aged 20 years.

On the 24th inst. Mrs. Carr, at the advanced age of 95 years.

In Pompey, on the 15th inst. Miss Aurilla Sheldon, aged 20 years (repeat).
 

The Manlius Repository, January 3, 1832:


Marriages.  In Skaneateles, on the 26th ult, by the Rev. Mr. Camaron, Mr. Nathaniel Taylor, to Miss Betsey Devorce.

Died.  In this village, on the 31st ult. Susan, consort of Alvin Marsh.
 

The Manlius Repository, January 10, 1832:


Marriages.  At Pompey Hill, on Thursday, the 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hollister, Mr. Joseph G. Farr, of New-York, to Miss Mary Ann, daughter of Dr. Daniel Tibbals, of the former place.

Died.  In Pompey, on the 28th ult., Aurilla Kean, wife of Ebenezar Kean, aged 29.
 

The Manlius Repository, January 17, 1832:


Marriages.  In Rochester, on the 2d inst. Mr. ___ Merrick, to Miss Leura Hamilton.

In La Fayette, on the 27th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Corning, Mr. Horace Cole, to Miss Lucinda King.

Died.  In La Fayette, on the 9th inst. Mr. Morton, aged 75.
 

The Manlius Repository, January 24, 1832:


Died.  In Montvill New-London Co. Ct. on the 2nd December last, Brintnell Fox, aged 78 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, January 31, 1832:


Died.  On the 7th ult., at his residence, in Acomack, Virginia, Doct. Hiram Jones, aged 27.  His residence in this town, though short, procured for him many friends who sincerely sympathize with his connections in their bereavement.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 14, 1832:


Marriages.  In Middlefield, (Otsego Co.) on the 4th inst. by the Rev. John Smith, Mr. John McLaren, of this village, to Miss Mary Ann Peake, of the former place.

In this village, on the 9th inst. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Chester W. Colton, to Miss Betsey Hamilton.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 21, 1832:


Marriages.  In Pompey on the 16th ins., by the Rev. J. Smitzer, Mr. Wm. Woodard to Miss Alicia Duguid, both of the former place.

In Delphi by the Rev. Mr. Paddock Mr. Moses Moultrop, a soldier of the revolution, to Mrs. Martin both of Pompey.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 28, 1832:


Marriages.  In this village, on the 23d inst. by the Rev. Mr. Cole, Mr. James Blotherwick to Miss Matilda Caswell, all of this place.

At Oaksville, on the 12th inst., by the Rev. J. Potter, Mr. Eber Ferry, of this village, to Miss Martha Sherwood, of the former place.

In Pompey by the Rev. Mr. Selkrig, Mr. Butler to Miss Electa Foot, all of the former place.

Died.  At Hamilton, Madison co. N. Y., at the residence of his father, Mr. Josiah Sabin late of the city of New-York, aged 38 years.

In Pompey on the 19th inst. Mrs. Harriet Marsh, wife of Mr. Lynds Marsh, aged 44 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 6, 1832:


Died. In Manlius, on the 3d inst. Mrs. Abbey Hubbard, consort of Daniel Hubbard.

In Jamesville, on the same day, Mrs. Reed.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 20, 1832:


Died.  In Manlius village, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Harriet Edwards, consort of the Hon. Samuel L. Edwards, in the 38th year of her age.  In the death of Mrs. Edwards, society has lot a valuable member.--Kind and affectionate to her family and friends--charitable to the poor--esteemed by all who knew her--she calmly reposed in death, with a firm and unshaken confidence of a blessed eternity.

On the 14th inst., Harry Potter, son of Mr. David Potter, of this town, aged 19 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 27, 1832:


Died.  In Georgia, Vt., on the 9th inst., Mrs. Mary M. Parker, wife of Mr. Enos Parker, aged 38 years.  In the death of this woman, the husband has lot an affectionate wife; the children a kind and faithful parent; and the church, of which she was a member, one of its most devoted and active members.
 

The Manlius Repository, April 10, 1832:


Marriages.  In this village, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hollister, Mr. C. C. Burr, merchant, to Miss Mary Ann Farr, all of this place.

In Pompey, on the 3d inst., by Warren Scranton, Esq. Mr. Edwin Ames, to Miss Caroline Walton.

On the 4th, by the same, Mr. Draper, aged 69, to Wealthy Roberts.

Died.  In this village on the 5th inst., Major Daniel Mulholland, aged 65.
 

The Manlius Repository, April 17, 1832:


Died.  In Cazenovia, on the 9th inst., Mary A. daughter of Libeus and Esther Curtis, aged 13 years.  She was kind and affectionate, and beloved by all who knew her.  She departed this life, trusting in the Lord Jesus for a never ending and glorious eternity.--Com.
 

The Manlius Repository, May 1, 1832:


Marriages.  In Camillus, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Mr. Jerome, Mr. John A. Lamphear, Merchant, of this village, to Miss Eliza Burr, of the former place.

In this village, on Wednesday, the 25th ult., by the Rev. A. S. Hollister, Mr. Spencer Hannum to Miss Abigail Huff, both of Skaneateles.

Died.  In this village, on the 25th ult., Mr. Alvin Marsh, Esq. aged 59 years.

At his residence in Phelpstown, Ontario Co., on the 14th inst., Mr. Richard G. Cuyler, formerly of Pompey Hill, in this county, in the 33d year of his age.  The premature death of this excellent man--cut off in the flower of life, has cast a withering shade upon the best earthly hopes and joys of his family, and has produced general mourning throughout a large circle of relatives and friends, in whom, his virtue, and a life of generous and useful exertion, had inspired for himself, the most sincere attachment.  The high estimation in which his character was held, is confined to no particular class-all who knew him, testify their regret at his early removal from time to eternity.  He possessed, in an eminent degree, every intellectual and moral quality, necessary to a correct discharge of all the duties of life, in its various relations.  To a disposition, naturally amiable & generous, and a good, cultivate understanding, he united a sincere regard for religion, and lived under its practical influence:  through a protracted sickness, this heavenly principle was his solace; but especially was it triumphant, to that solemn hour, "when the clustering symptoms of dissolution, proclaim that all is love."--His remains were conveyed to the village of Aurora, for interment, in the family burying ground of his father, Glen Cuyler, Esq.; followed by many neighbors & friends, who mingled their sorrows, with those of his afflicted wife and relatives, at the loss of one so much, and so deservedly loved.--Com.
 

The Manlius Repository, June 26, 1832:


Died.  In this village, 23d inst., after a severe and lingering illness, Mrs. Lauriana Brown, aged 45 years.

In this town on the 21st inst., Ichabod K. son of William Fillmore, aged 7 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, July 17, 1832:


Marriages.  At Watervale, (Pompey) on the 16th inst. by the Rev. James Selkreg, Mr. Lynds Marsh, to Miss Emily Patten, all of Pompey.

At Geddes, on the eleventh inst., by the Rev. Joshua Leonard, Mr. Horace Wheaton, of Pompey, to Miss Helen M., daughter of James Webb, formerly of Syracuse.
 

The Manlius Repository, July 24, 1832:


Marriages.  On the 19th inst. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Hiram Everson, to Miss Fanny Perry, both of Manlius.
 

The Manlius Repository, July 31, 1832:


Marriages.  In this village on the 24th ultimo, by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Sylvester Coin, to Miss Margaret Spears--both of Cazenovia.

In Albany, at the residence of William James Esq., on Thursday morning 26th ult., by the Rev. Dr. Sprague, Col. John W. Birge, to Miss Charlotte A. James both of Cazenovia.
 

The Manlius Repository, August 7, 1832:


Marriages.  At Fayetteville, by the Rev. James Selkrig, Mr. James DeLamatter, of Oran, to Miss Mary Coats, of the former place.

At Fayetteville, on the 2d inst. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Merrit S. Wilcox, of Orville, to Miss Naomia Coats, of the former place.

Died.  In this town on the 4th inst. of a lingering consumption, which she bore with christian fortitude and patience, Miss Dorasina Gardner, aged 23 years.  The death of Miss Gardner will be long and deeply lamented by the circle of friends and acquaintances in which she moved, and of which she was a bright and shining ornament.  To her afflicted and mourning relatives, the loss is irreparable; but still they have the consolation of thinking that she has left a world of care and sorrow for one of never ending bliss.  The day before her death, at her request, she was permitted to testify her faith, by receiving the holy symbols of the body and blood of a crucified Redeemer.--Communicated.

In New-York, on the 19th June, of consumption, Miss Ann Eliza Miller, aged 18 years.

It becomes my duty to inform you, that the Cholera has made its appearance in the north part of this town.  The first case was John Mickle, aged 14.  He returned from Albany on the 24th ult. and landed at Kirkville with prominent symptoms of cholera, as reported by Dr. Willson.  On the 30th, his sister, aged 25, who had attended upon the lad, was attacked with cholera at her mother's, near Mathews mills, and died in about 16 hours.  No medical assistance was had within the first 12 hours.  At 9 o'clock in the evening after the termination of this case--Mrs. Mickle was attacked, and although for a day or two hopes were entertained of her recovery--I understand she died yesterday morning.  On the 2nd inst., Libius Foster, at Kirkville, aged about 29, of intemperate habits was attacked with cholera and died in eight hours...These, it is believed are the only cases of Malignant cholera that have occurred in town.  There have been a few cases of common cholera which have readily yielded to treatment...Wm. Taylor, Health Officer.  Manlius, August 4, 1832.
 

The Manlius Repository, August 14, 1832:


Died.  At Syracuse on the 10th inst., Martin M. Ford one of the Judges of Onondaga Common Pleas.  He was first attacked with the cholera of which he partly recovered, and relapsed into a fever which he survived but a few days.

Doctor Shipman has reported to me a case of Cholera that occurred at Kirkville, on the 4th inst.  The patient was Mrs. Hoag.  She has recovered.  I have also understood that a man by the name of Austin, died at the same place, on the 7th.  He was attacked with cholear the evening before, and expired at 8 A. M...Wm. Taylor, Health Officer.
 

The Manlius Repository, August 21, 1832:


Died.  At Syracuse, on the 18th inst. of Cholera, Doctor Jonathan Day, aged about 34.  Doctor Day had been a resident of the village eight or ten years, and had sustained the reputation of a scientific and judicious practitioner of medicine and surgery.  Amiable in his disposition, gentlemanly in his deportment, and learned in his profession, he had obtained the confidence and esteem of the public, and the cordial friendship and respect of his professional brethren, with whom he was associated in this county.--In whatever had for its object the improvement of the profession, and the interests of the medical society, to which he belonged, he was ever found active, zealous and efficient.  To his character as a gentleman of professional and literary attainments, are added the higher and more important qualities of pure morals and sincere piety.  The death of such a man, in the prime of life, and in the midst of usefulness, is at all times a public loss.  It is peculiarly felt as such in this instance.--Com.

On the 25th of July last at Dover, Tuscarawas county, Ohio, of the cholera, Mr. Stephen Gould--for the last few years a resident of this place.--The active zeal of Mr. Gould in the cause of truth, will long be remembered, and his early death lamented by those who have at heart the interest of the Redeemer's Kingdom--particularly will his loss he felt in the Sabbath School; but he is gone--his work is done, and well done--"Blessed are the dead who died in the Lord."--Communicated.
 

The Manlius Repository, August 28, 1832:


Died.  In Floyd, Oneida county, August 9, Mr. Ira Briggs, aged 68.

At Fayetteville, on the 26th inst., Elizur Goodrich.

Doctor Wilson reports the following cases which have occurred at Kirkville, not before reported:  Aug. 3 Mr. Ayres--recovered; Aug. 4 Thomas Gelty-recovered; Aug. 14 Catharine Spanenburgh, died; Aug. 16 Henry Spanenburgh--dead.  Five other cases in the same family, all recovered or convalescent.  Wm. Taylor, Manlius, Aug. 27.
 

The Manlius Repository, September 4, 1832:


Marriages.  At Orville, on the 30th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Fairchild, Mr. Norman Otis, merchant, of De Ruyter, Madison Co., to Miss Samantha Paddock, of the former place.

Died.  At Eagle Village on Wednesday, the 29th ult. Mr. David Phinney, aged 76.

At Salina, on the 2d inst., William Kirkpatrick, Esq.
 

The Manlius Repository, September 11, 1832:


Marriages. In Manlius, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Mr. Lemuel Crosby of Pompey to Miss Isabel Gilmor of the former place.
 

The Manlius Repository, September 18, 1832:


Marriages.  At Delphi, on the 10trh inst. by the Rev. Mr. Field, of Fabius, Mr. Le Roy Morgan, one of the editors of this paper, to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of M. B. Slocum, of the former place.

At Christ Church, Manlius, on the 16th inst. by the Rev. A. S. Hollister, Mr. Andrew T. Gilmor to Miss Sophronia Loomis.

Died.  At Salina, on the 11th inst. of Cholera, Mrs. Sally L. Yelverton, aged 43; wife of A. Yelverton, Esq. of that place.  In the death of this amiable and excellent woman, her family have been deprived of one most deservedly endeared to them--the church and society in which she belonged, of one of its most useful and valuable members.  She was formerly a resident of this village, and by her well known piety and devotion as a christian--her uniform benevolence of feeling and action, as a friend and neighbor, had endeared herself to all with whom she had intercourse.  While the cholera was raging at Salina, although of feeble constitution, and but just recovered from an attack of fever, she resisted the importunities of her friends to leave the place, deeming it her duty to remain and minister to the wants of her suffering neighbors, trusting in God, to protect her from the disease, or remove her by death, as to Him it should seem best.  When she found herself attacked with cholera, she calmly and peacefully committed her soul to her Saviour, and her family and friends to the keeping of that God in whom she had so long trusted.

In Skaneateles on the 14th inst., Mr. William R. Brewster, of New-York, aged 26 years.

In this village on the 16th inst. Mr. David Richards, aged 43.

In this town on the 14th inst., Mr. Patrick Delany, aged about 30.

At Jamesville, on the 13th inst. Miss Eliza Rust.
 

The Manlius Repository, September 25, 1832:


Marriages.  In this village, by the Rev. Mr. Snyder, Mr. Joseph Rowling, to Miss Delia Caswell, all of this place.

In Oran, on the 9th ultimo by the Rev. C. Morton, Jamas S. Bronson, to Sarah K. Bigelow, both of that place.

Two cases of Cholera, both of which were fatal, occurred at the race course, near Fayetteville, last week.  The names of the deceased were Noah Young and Samuel Foster; the former residing at Orville, and the other near the high bridge.
 

The Manlius Repository, October 9, 1832:


Married.  At Watervale, on the 3d inst. by the Rev. J. Selkreg, Col. Rensselaer Northrup, of Clockville, Madison Co. to Miss Clarissa, daughter of the late Ansel Judd.

At Caughnewaga, on the 18th ultimo, Mr. William Ely, of Pompey, to Miss Maria Loesa Cline, of the former place.

In Fabius, on the 4th inst. Mr. Hiram Tollman, of Tully, to Miss Nancy Howell, of the former place.

In Sempronius, on the 24th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Andrews, the Rev. Philip Slocum, to Miss Almira Slade.

In Orville, on the 27th ult. by Thomas Blanchard, Esq. Mr. Nathan Hopkins, of Fayetteville, to Miss Elizabeth Folts, of the former place.

At Fayetteville, on the 27th ult. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Jerome Edwards, to Miss Susan Gifford.

In this village, on the 1st inst., by the same, Mr. Edward Boylston, Jr. to Miss Sophia Miller.

At Delphi, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Smitzer, Mr. Benj. Sweet, to Miss Sally Hazelton.

Also, Mr. Alvin Boardman, to Miss Sally Hawkins, all of the former place.

In Onondaga Hollow, on the 30th ult., by S. P. Hawley Esq., Mr. Samuel Fay, to Miss Calista Wilcox, all of Onondaga.

Also, by the same, Stephen Hunt, to Miss Mary Daily (or Baily).
 

The Manlius Repository, October 30, 1832:


In Pompey, on the 13th inst. by the Rev. James Selkrig, Mr. Freeman S. Coats, to Miss Polly Messenger.

At Lafayette, on the 9th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Corning, Mr. Henry R. Cole to Miss Vasita Knapp.

At Oran on the 25 inst. by the Rev. C. Morton, Mr. Harrey Lovejoy, to Miss Pearleyette Huggins.

On the 28th inst. by the Rev. Carlos Smith, Mr. Abel C. Kidder, of Simcoe Upper Canada, to Miss Nancy Chamberlain of this town.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 6, 1832:


Died.   Of the Cholera, at Mount Vernon, Ohio, on the 8th of October last, Dr. Gilbert B. Maxfield.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 20, 1832:


Married.  In this village, on 7th inst. by the Reverend Mr. Morton, Mr. E. G. Ketchum of Pompey, to Miss Maria E. Philips, of this village.

Died, In this village on the 1st inst., of the Typhus fever, Miss Catharine Vanatter in the 18th year of her age.
 

The Manlius Repository, November 27, 1832:


Married.  In Pompey, on the 14th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Selkrig, Mr. Philo Neuman, to Miss Mary Marsh, all of the former place.
 

The Manlius Repository, December 25, 1832:


Died.   Of consumption, on the 20th last, Miss Harriet Whitbeck, aged 21 years, daughter of Mrs. C. Fredenburgh, of this place.

During her residence here (nearly two years,) her amiable deportment and christian example, was such as peculiarly to endear her to all her friends and acquaintances.  While at Rochester, in the year 1830, she became a hopeful subject of the renewing influence of the holy spirit, and openly espoused the cause of her Redeemer, by a profession which she has since evinced a desire to honor.  While languishing under a distressing and protracted illness, which she bore with uncommon patience and resignation, she was uniformly able to testify of the value of the Christian's hope.

Her warnings and admonitions to her associates, to seek the Lord while in youth and health, will long be remembered with emotions of interest.  Death to her was disarmed of his terrors.  Her dust reposes with its native dust; but her spirit is joined, as we trust, with that holy assembly, and church triumphant, which surrounds the throne of God, in singing the praises of redeeming love.

A numerous circle of friends deeply sympathize with her afflicted mother and brother, in this dispensation of the providence of God.

Lines on the Death of a Beloved Daughter

"I have pitied the mother, and felt for the heart
 Too early deprived of the child of its love;
But I've learnt it is better in youth to depart,
 From sickness, and sorrow, and sin to remove.

"Harriet, when living, discover'd a spirit
 That with pity each moral virtue would blend;
And she's call'd from this world a reward to inherit,
 Of peace beatific, which never can end.

"O, high favor'd mother! whose children were given
 To glanse on a world full of sorrow and pain;
But early recall'd to their own native heaven,
 Now hymn to their saviour the seraphic strain.

"O, woman afflicted! while friendship regretting,
 Tho pangs as a mother, responds every sigh,
She bids as a christian, thy sorrows forgetting,
 Thy deep wounded spirit revert to the sky.

"The Saviour is there, whose blood all sufficient
 To cleanse fr'm all stain was benignantly given;
Who called his children, with accents omniscient:
 Declar'd that 'of such is the kingdo'm of heaven.'

"Whose voice called dead Lazarus forth from the tomb,
 And waken'd the son of the widow from death;
Who shed on the spectre perpetual bloom,
 And bound round his temples an unfading wreath,

"Thy voice hath declared, 'Who believeth on me,
 Delivered from death, shall in paradise rest;
From the world and its thraldom for ever set free,
 Shall dwell in the mansions prepared for the blest."

"Then trust on that word which is firm and unchanging;
 In faith view thy children that happy shore,
Where Harriet, in fields of eternity ranging,
 You shortly will meet to be parted no more."
(Communicated.)

In this village on the 22d inst. William Collinst, aged about 45.

At Hinsdale, (Mass.) on the 13th inst. Miss Maria Spencer, daughter of the late Col. Selden Spencer, aged 17.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 12, 1833:


Married.   At Fayetteville on the 31st ult., by the Rev. Mr. Smith, of this village, Mr. Henry Starr, to Miss Hannah Goodrich..

At New Woodstock on the 30th ult., by the Rev. John Smitzer, Mr. Charles R. Hill, of Delphi, to Miss Martha Frizell, of the former place.

At the High Bridge, on the 10th inst. by Asa Nims, Esq. Mr. James Campbell, to Miss Elizabeth Hodge.

Died.  At Hartsville on the 4th inst. Mr. Abram Maibe (Mabie?), aged 64 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 19, 1833:


Married.  At Ithaca, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Morehouse, Mr. Jonathan L. Hoyt, of La Fayette, to Miss Hannah Wisner of the former place.

Died.  In Pompey on the 16th inst. Mr. Philander Watkins, aged 27.
 

The Manlius Repository, February 26, 1833:


Died.  At Jamesville, on the 24th inst. Mr. Cutler Cooper, aged 28.

In Pompey, on the 14th inst. Mr. Thomas D. Safford, aged 51.

In Pompey, on the 17th, Miss ___ Safford aged about 25 years.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 5, 1833:


Married.  In Chittenango, on the 27th ult. by the Rev. Dr. Yates, Mr. Henry D. Palmer, M. D. of Fayetteville, to Miss Harriet Cady, daughter of Asa Cady, Esq. of the former place.

In Pompey, on the 25th inst., by the Rev. J. B. Shaw, Mr. Austin Hyde, to Miss Laura Parks, all of the former place.

At Circleville, (Ohio) on the 12th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Rogers, Mr. Manley S. Butler, Merchant, to Miss Abigail Phelps.

Died.  In Pompey on the 87th ult. (typesetting error), Mrs. Mercy Reals, aged 66.

In Oran, on the 25th inst. Shubael A. Safford, aged about 30.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 12, 1833:


Married.   In this village, on the 9th inst. by Elder Lake, Mr. Carpenter Williams, to Miss Rosannah B. Howard, both of this village.

In Oran, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. A. S. Hollister, Mr. B. T. Crippen, of Ithaca, to Miss Eliza Jane Day, of West Springfield, Massachusetts.
 

The Manlius Repository, March 26, 1833:


Married.  In Tully by the Reverend Mr. Clark, Doct. Caleb Hubbard of Liverpool, to Miss Lucy Winslow, of the former place.

In Tully on the 20th inst. Mr. William Farin of Lafayette, to Miss Hannah Morse, of Otisco.
 

The Manlius Repository, April 23, 1833:


Married.  At Christ church Pompey, by the Reverend James Selkrig Mr. Alonzo Wood of Elbridge, to Miss Aurilla Sprague of Pompey.
 

The Manlius Repository, May 28, 1833:


Married.  In Pompey, on the 23d inst. by the Rev. James Selkrig, Mr. Charles Wright, to Miss Sophia Hughes, all of the same place.

Died.  In this village, on Sabbath evening last, Mrs. Persis A. Williams, wife of Mr. Silas Williams, aged 28 years.

In all the relations of social life, Mrs. Williams never failed to exhibit those qualifications which are so peculiarly the ornament of her sex.

In her Christian profession, she was sincere and devoted--as a wife and mother, amiable, kind and affectionate--as a friend and neighbor, frank, warm-hearted and benevolent.

All who enjoyed the pleasure of her acquaintance will deplore her loss, and deeply sympathize with her afflicted husband, and other relatives.
 

The Manlius Repository, July 30, 1833:


Married.  In this village on the 28 inst., by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Mr. Elijah Tryon, to Miss Ruth Walker, all of this place.
 

The Manlius Repository, October 8, 1833:


Died.  At New-Harmony, Indiana, on the 8th of September last, Hon. James O. Wattles, in the 50th year of his age, formerly a resident of this village.  Mr. Wattles was born at Lebanon Conn, 1783--He came to this village when quite young and engaged in the practice of Law.  In 1821 he removed to Indiana, where he was honored with several civil offices, and became a distinguished member of the Bar.  As a private citizen, he was beloved and esteemed by all who enjoyed his acquaintance.  Many were the friends of his early years, who can now sympathize with his relatives in the loss of an amiable and virtuous man.-Com.
 

The Manlius Repository, October 7, 1834:


Married.  At Fayetteville, on the 2d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Smith, John C. Savage, Esq. of Vt. to Miss Lois Rhoades, of the former place, daughter of Charles Rhoades, Esq. late of Sudbury.

In this village on the 2d inst., Mr. John Rowling, to Miss Sally Fox, all of this village.

At Pompey Hill on the 30th ult., Mr. Henry Worden, to Miss Orrilla, daughter of Leonard Hobart, all of that place.

Died.   At Pompey Hill on Tuesday, the 30th ult., Joseph F. Burr, infant son of C. C. Burr, formerly of this village, and grandson of Joseph and Sarah Farr, of this place, aged one year and two months.

"Gone like a spring flower just opening into bloom,
That's rudely plucked by the rough hand of death,
And leaves the stem to which it clung in life,
All desolate and lonely."

At Norwich, Chenango Co., on the 25th ult., Mr. Bela Farr, aged 51 years.  "We knew the deceased well and intimately, and but speak the feelings of all who were acquainted with him when we say that his death is sincerely mourned by the whole community.  Always candid and respectful to all--a good neighbor and citizen, with an irreproachable private character, and strictly an honest man, his death has made a void in society here which cannot well be filled.  He was a kind and affectionate husband and father, and has left a large family to mourn his loss, which, to them, is irreparable."--Norwich Telegraph.
 

The Onondaga Flag, April 25, 1835:


Married.  At Pulaski, Thursday morning 16th of April, instant, by the Rev. Ralph Robinson, Mr. Lyman Mallary, Merchant of Sandy Creek, to Miss Theresa French, eldest daughter of Ralph French of the former place.

Died.  On the 22d instant, Mr. Ebenezer Colton in the thirty-first year of his age.  On Saturday the 18th instant, after a short illness, at his residence in Pompey, Mr. Hermon Hibbard, aged about 22 years.

Also--in the same neighborhood, on the 19th inst. Miss Minerva Prindle, aged 24.
 

The Onondaga Flag, June 6, 1835:


Died.  At Skaneateles, on the 27th ult., Mrs. Salome Rhoades, wife of Mr. Joseph Rhoades of that place, aged 70 years.

Faithful and devote, tender and affectionate as a wife and mother, uniform and consistent as a Christian (a character which she sustained for more than fifty-five years of her life,) she was greatly endeared to her family, and was much beloved, and respected by a large circle of acquaintances and friends--Com.
 

The Onondaga Flag, July 11, 1835:


Died.  At Pompey on Tuesday the 7th Inst. Mrs.Abi consort of Maj. Daniel Allen aged about 69.  She died as she had lived in a blessed hope of a Glorious immortality, beyond the grave.--May her children remember, and profit by her dying admonitions,--"to seek the Lord, in the way of his appointment."
 

The Manlius Star, October 14, 1835:


Died.  In this village on the 2d inst. Asa Nims, Esq. aged 56.



Submitted 22 April 2000