Births, Deaths, Marriages from Gouverneur, NY Herald
St. Lawrence County, NY (aprox. 1864-1904)


Born. Dellinger. In this village, Dec. 23, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Dellinger, a son.

Married. Clark-Rosback. At the M.E. parsonage, in Hermon, N.Y., Dec. 25, 1892, by Rev. W.H. Kanoff, John A.B. Clark, of Richville, to Miss N. Leona Rosback, of Hermon.

Married. Knight-Hockens. At the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. F.M. Smith, 306 South 4th St., Pekin, Ill., by Rev. Fred M. Smith, on Thursday noon, Dec. 22, 1892, Frank G. Knight, of Lincoln Co, S.D., to Miss Nora Hockens, of Dekalb, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y.

Married. Johnston-Way. At the home of the bride near Crary's Mills, Dec. 21, 1892, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Wesley O. Johnston, of Cornwall, Ont. and Miss Bertha C. Way, of Canton.

Married. Squire-Stickney. At the home of the bride, near Crary's Mills, Dec. 21, 1892, Frederick O. Squire and Miss Celia M. Stickney, both of Canton.

Married. Ellis-Cramb. At the Congregational parsonage, Crary's Mills, Dec. 24, 1892, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Henry Ellis and Miss Zylpha Cramb, both of Potsdam.

Married. Backus-Haley. At the bride's home, at Heuvelton, Dec. 21, by Rev. M.G. Seymour, Christopher Backus, of Fine, and Miss Mary Haley. [12/21/1892]

Married. Copps-Burdick. At the home of the bride near Hannawa Falls, Dec. 25, 1892, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Edward Copps of Pierpont and Miss Nancy A. Burdick, of Potsdam.

Married. Russ-Boyd. Dec. 20, 1892, by Rev. Mark Styan, Harvey M. Russ and Miss Margaret M. Boyd, both of Fine.

Married. Hutchins-Bemis. Dec. 22, 1892, by Rev. Mark Styan, William H. Hutchins and Miss Effie J. Bemis, both of Fine.

Married. Rohde-McDoniels. Dec. 25, 1892, by Rev. Mark Styan, Enoch G. Rohde and Carrie McDoniels, both of Pitcairn.

Married. Howe-Fenner. At Spragueville, Dec. 22, 1892, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Mr. Carleton E. Howe, of Hailesboro, and Miss Berta Fenner, of Spragueville.

Married. Whalen-Downing. At Gouverneur, Dec. 21, 1892, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Philip Whalen, of Macomb, and Miss Inez Downing, of Gouverneur.

Died. Daily. In this village, Dec. 23, 1892, at the residence of her father, E. Blackeby, of consumption, Mrs. A. Daily, aged 19 years.

Born. Dane. In this town, Oct. 7, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. John Dane, a son.

Married. Downing-Downing. At the residence of Rev. G. Cross, in Richville, N.Y., Oct. 15, 1892, Mr. Fred G. Downing and Miss Ahlene Downing, both of North Gouverneur, Rev. G. Cross, officiating. [10/15/1892]

Married. Hall-Petrie. In DePeyster, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev.W.H. Way, Mr. Nelson Hall of Rockford, Ill., and Miss Florence Petrie, of Depeyster.

Married. Dimmock-Jelly. Oct. 11, 1892, by Rev. R.B. Hutchins, Orton A. Dimmock, of Fowler, and Mrs. Annie C. Jelly, of Parishville.

Married. Awde-Hutchins. At the Congregational parsonage, Crary's Mills, October 15, 1892, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, George Awde, of Potsdam, and Miss Jessie L. Hutchins, of Pierrepont.

Died. Parkill. In Potsdam, Oct. 14, 1892, Hiram T. Parkill, aged 75 years.

Died. Burdo. In Canton, October 14, 1892, Garret V. Burdo, aged 38 years.

Died. Oakes. In this village, Oct. 14, 1892, infant daughter of Frederick and Bertha Oakes, aged 14 days.

Died. Weston. Near the village of OxBow, Oct. 12, 1892, Mrs. Clark Weston, aged 59 years and 14 days. "He giveth His beloved sleep."

Born. Mack. In Gouverneur, Aug. 21, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Mack, a daughter.

Born. Baron. In this village, Aug. 20, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Baron, a son.

Born. Bonnesey. In Natural Dam, Aug. 18, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bonnesey, a son.

Born. Dodds. In Gouverneur, Aug. 24, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Dodds, a son.

Born. Nichols. In Gouverneur, Aug. 23, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Nichols, a son.

Born. Dewan. In this village, Aug. 23, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dewan, a daughter.

Married. Welch-Bailey. At the M.E. parsonage, August 22, 1892, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Fred Welch and Rosa Belle Bailey, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Rosenbarker-Hyde. In Gouverneur, Aug. 17, 1892, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, John Thomas Rosenbarker of South Colton, and Miss Eva E. Hyde, of Philadelphia.

Died. Kemp. In Gouverneur, Aug. 18, 1892, of plurisy Minnie Kemp, of Kingston, Ont., aged 17 years and 8 months.

Died. Rowe. In Gouverneur, Aug. 18, 1892, from the effects of a fall, Martha, daughter of George and Martha Rowe, aged 6 years and 6 months.

Died. Eustis. In Hammond, Aug. 12, 1892, Mrs. D.E. Eustis.

Died. Martin. On Aug. 11, Joseph Martin, of Lisbon, aged 94 years, 11 months, and 7 days. [08/11/1892]

Died. Nelson. At his residence, in Depeyster, Aug. 8, 1892, Christopher Nelson, aged 83 years, 6 months and 6 days.

Died. Butterworth. In Ogdensburg, Aug. 10, 1892, Angie Collamore, wife of Jeremiah D. Butterworth, aged 41 years.

Died. Wood. In Philadelphia, Aug. 16, at the residence of her mother, Mrs. James Parlow, Mrs. Bertha G. Wood, aged 22 years. Interment at Edwards. [08/16/1892]

Born. McCoy. In this town April 16, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. A.J. McCoy, twin children, a son and a daughter.

Married. Wilcox-Goodenough. In Ogdensburg, April 6, 1892, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. A.M. Prentice, Mr. James E. Wilcox of Oswegatchie, and Miss Ella R. Goodenough of Ogdensburg.

Married. Jackson-Huse. In Canton, April 5, 1892, at the residence of Mr. William H. Pierce, by Rev. Dr. J.S. Lee, Mr. William S. Jackson, of Brocton, Mass., and Miss Fannie S. Huse, of West Potsdam.

Died. Wilder. At the Keep Home in Watertown, April 17, 1892, Mrs. Charry Wilder, aged 81 years.

Died. Giffin. In Hammond, April 9, 1892, Mrs. Emily Giffin, aged 76 years and 8 months.

Died. Davis. In North Lawrence, April 5, 1892, Dan H. Davis, aged 80 years.

Died. Baker. In Canton, April 8, 1892, at the residence of Rev. Dr. A.G. Gaines, of blood poison, Clement M. Baker, A.M. Professor of Latin, St. Lawrence University formerly of Middleport, N.Y., aged 34 years.

Died. French. At Crary's Mills in the town of Potsdam, April 5, Mr. Franklyn French, aged 73 years. [04/05/1892]

Died. French. In the town of Oswegatchie, April 5, 1892, Alfred H. Barber, aged 36 years.

Died. Clark. In Ogdensburg, April 6, 1892, Joshua Clark, aged 88 years.

Died. Flora. In Ogdensburg April 9, 1892, Mabel Lillian, daughter of Peter Flora, Jr., aged 13 years and 10 months.

Died. Flora. In Ogdensburg, April 9, 1892, Peter Flora, aged 88 years.

Died. Griffith. In this town, April 16, 1892, from the effects of a burn, John M., son of John W. and Agnes M. Griffith, aged 2 years and 6 mos.

Died. Price. In Gouverneur, April 15, 1892, Jonas Price, aged 68 years.

Died. Pair. In this village, April 12, 1892, of pneumonia, Hazel Blanche, infant daughter of Henry and Minnie Pair, aged 3 months and 15 days.

Born. Hill. In Gouverneur, Nov. 3, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Hill, a daughter.

Born. Lawrence. In Gouverneur, Dec. 3, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawrence, a son.

Born. Butler. In Gouverneur, Nov. 28, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Addison C. Butler, a son.

Born. Mills. In Gouverneur, Nov. 25, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mills, a son.

Married. Curtis-Aldous. At the parsonage, Crary's Mills, N.Y., Nov. 30, 1892, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Mr. George W. Curtis of Pierpont, and Miss Edna L. Aldous, of Crary's Mills.

Married. Kerr-McFadden. In this village, Dec. 3, 1892, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Andrew Kerr and Miss Eliza McFadden, both of Gouverneur.

Married. VanValkenburg-Lansing. In this village, Dec. 3, 1892, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Daniel Van Valkenburg, Jr., and Mrs. Emma Lansing, both of Gouverneur.

Died. Badger. In Depeyster, Nov. 22, 1892, Margaret, wife of William Badger, aged 67 years and 5 months.

Died. Coates. In this village, Dec. 3, 1892, of inflmmation of the stomach and bowels, Clara J. Weaver, wife of J.H. Coates, aged 41 years.

Born. Parker. In this village, Dec. 12, to Mr. and Mrs. James H. Parker, a daughter. [12/12/1892]

Born. Kinney. In this village, Dec. 6th, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kinney, a daughter. [12/06/1892]

Married. Davis-Harris. At Edwards, Dec. 4, 1892, by Rev. Mark Styan, Everett L. Davis, of Fowler, and Miss Eva Harris, of Pitcairn.

Married. Turnbull-Melrose. In Gouverneur, Dec. 7th, by Rev. W.F. Skinner, John D. Turnbull, of Gouverneur, and Mrs. Margaret Melrose, of Wegatchie, N.Y. [12/07/1892]

Married. Owens-Hurlbut. At the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, Dec. 13, 1892, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, John A. Owens, of Gouverneur, and Miss Avis L. Hurlbut, of Dekalb, N.Y.

Married. Graves-Root. In Evans Mills, Dec. 7, 1892, Sterling Graves, of Antwerp, and Miss Cora E. Root, of Antwerp.

Died. Wood. In Gouverneur, Dec. 8th, of bronchitis, J. Leslie, infant son of Jesse and Jennie Wood, aged 11 days. [12/08/1892]

Died. Perry. In Rensselaer Falls, Dec. 14, 1892, after a long illness of heart disease, Miss Phebe L. Perry, aged 21 years. Funeral Thursday at 2 o'clock.

Died. Rickerson. In this village, Dec. 7, 1892, after a week's illness of pneumonia, Bertha Rickerson, aged 15 years, 3 months and 22 days.

Died. Malterner. In Canton, suddenly, of heart disease, Mr. Perley C. Malterner, aged 49 years. He was a prominent citizen and a Mason of the highest standing and his funeral, on Saturday, was attended by many of that order from different parts of the county. He was open hearted and friendly with all and many are the friends who mourn his death. [12/07/1892]

Died. Kelly. In Gouverneur, Dec. 7, 1892, D. Austin Kelley, only son of Mrs. Anna E. Kelley, aged 20 years, 9 months and 21 days. He was an invalid most of his lifetime, but was energetic and developed capacities beyond his years. His father, Geo. W. Kelley, a prominent citizen and merchant, died nearly seven years ago at Little York and the son, a mere boy, did much to fill his place in a business capacity and was largely the stay and support of his mother and two younger sisters. His early death is a great sorrow to them and the community. He was everybody's friend and his noble qualities called forth their confidence and esteem. The funeral services conducted by Rev. J.S. Lee were held in the church at Little York. Mr. Baker and a quartette of singers from Gouverneur volunteered their services which were highly appreciated. The widowed mother and the sisters deserve and receive the sympathies of all who knew the deeply lamented son.

Born. Mann. In Gouverneur, Nov. 4, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Mann, a daughter.

Married. Barclay-Whitney. In Potsdam, Oct. 29, 1892, by Rev. A.C. Loucks, Will Barclay and Frances Whitney, both of Potsdam.

Married. Bailey-Clark. In Potsdam, Oct. 25, 1892 by Rev. A.C. Loucks, Geo. B. Bailey and Miss Mary A. Clark, both of Potsdam.

Married. Powers-Divine. In Potsdam, Oct. 25, 1892, by Rev. Father Marrion, Jas. Powers and Miss Catherine Divine, both of Potsdam.

Died. Kitts. In this village, November 8, 1892, of pneumonia, Berdell, daughter of John and Hattie Kitts, aged 12 years, 6 months and 17 days.

Died. Anderson. In this village, Nov. 7, 1892, at the residence of Wm. H. Whitney, of consumption, Ida Bell Anderson, aged 14 years.

Died. VanValkenburg. In Mannsville, Nov. 4, 1892, Mrs. Harriett Jane, wife of the late John D. Van Valkenburg and daughter of Geo. W. Carpenter, aged 30 years and 6 months. Funeral services on Sunday last at Hailesboro where she formerly resided.

Born. Oakes. In Gouverneur, Sept. 30, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Oakes, a daughter, Gladis Ella.

Born. Miller. In Gouverneur, Sept. 26, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Miller, a daughter.

Born. O'Clare. In Natural Dam, Sept. 25, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. T. O'Clare, a daughter, Anges Delena.

Married. Baxter-Gollaher. At the M.E. parsonage, Sept. 28, 1892, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, James D. Baxter, of Somerville, N.Y. and Miss Emma J. Gollaher, of Spragueville, N.Y.

Married. Worden-Fleming. At the M.E. parsonage, Sept. 30, 1892, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Stephen N. Worden, of South Colton, and Ethel J. Fleming, of Gouverneur.

Married. Carpenter-Hull. At the residence of the bride's father, S.M. Farmer, Hailesboro, N.Y., Oct. 3, 1892, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Charles W. Carpenter and Mrs. Martha Hull, both of Hailesboro.

Married. Babcock-Morris. In Dekalb, Sept. 27th, 1892, by the Rev. Geo. Sharpe, Depeyster, Edwin C. Babcock, of Gouverneur, to Mary L. Morris, of Dekalb, N.Y.

Married. Weaver-Graves. In Fullerville, Oct. 3d, 1892, by A.V. Hyde, Esq., Mr. Clifton Weaver and Anna Graves, both of Harrisville, N.Y.

Married. McMonagle-Barrows. In Canton, Sept. 29th, 1892, by Rev. Walker, P. Reid McMonagle, Esq., and Miss Clara Barrows, all of Canton.

Married. Mahon-Pickert. In Canton, at the residence of Mr. Alex. Pickert, Sept. 28, 1892, by Rev. Dr. J.S. Lee, Mr. William J. Mahon and Miss Winifred A. Pickert, both of Canton.

Married. Rushton-Donovan. In Canton, Sept. 28, 1892, by Rev. R. Wyndham Brown, Mr. Edward L. Rushton and Miss Nellie Donovan, all of Canton.

Married. Wells-Dean. In Canton, Sept. 29, 1892, by Rev. Dr. J.S. Lee, Mr. Albert Wells and Miss Cora M. Dean, both of Clare.

Married. Peterson-Brown. At the home of the bride's parents, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Wednesday, September 28, 1892, Mr. Lewis Peterson, of St. Albans, Vt., and Miss Addie Brown, of Canton, N.Y.

Married. Ferris-Finley. In Fine, Oct. 2, 1892, by Rev. Mark Styan, Randolf B. Ferris, and Alice J. Finley.

Married. Rinehwart-Silsby. On Sept. 30, by Rev. Mark Styan, of Edwards, Charles F. Rinhart, of Benson's Mines, and Miss Martha M. Silsby, of Fine. [09/30/1892]

Married. Petrie-Ward. In Cedars, N.Y., Aug. 1st by Rev. O.D. Moore, Martin Petrie of Hammond, and Miss Carrie B. Ward, of Morristown, N.Y. [08/01/1892]

Married. Teneyck-Kelley. In Depeyster, Sept. 8th, 1892, by Rev. Geo. Sharpe, Charles E. Teneyck, of Morristown, and Loella Gertrude Kelley, of Macomb.

Died. Pope. In Ogdensburg, Sept. 5, 1892, Minnie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.I. Pope, of Pope's Mills, aged 19 years.

Died. Robinson. In Ogdensburg, August 30th, 1892, John Robinson, aged 47 years.

Died. McIntyre. In Ogdensburg, Sept. 3rd at 2 o'clock A.M., John McIntyre, in his 73d year. [09/03/1892]

Died. Boothroyd. At Flackville, in Lisbon, Aug. 21st, 1892, William Boothroyd, aged 62 years.

Died. Mitchell. In Oxbow, Sept. 5th, Harvey Mitchell, aged 80 years. [09/05/1892]

Died. Leonard. In Gouverneur, Sept. 10, Marvin W. Leonard, aged 61 years, 10 months and 2 days. [09/10/1892]

Died. Willson. At the home of her son, Dr. J.C. Willson, in Morley, Sept. 6, 1892, Mrs. Marcia Ann Willson, aged 62 years, relict of the late Ezekiel Willson.

Died. Danby. In Gouverneur, Sept. 12th, of cere (illegible but likely cerebral apoplexy), Samuel Danby, aged 45 years. [09/12/1892]

Died. Sparks. In Gouverneur, Sept. 5th, of heart disease, Thos. Sparks, aged 45 years. [09/05/1892]

Died. Marshall. In Gouverneur, Aug. 31, 1892, of (illegible)ation Agnes Marshall, aged 29 years. 'Again the home is saddened, By the flight of a faithful sister, And o'er the home that was so bright, Hangs the cloud that hides us from her. Amid all her pain and suffering, She placed her trust in One, That all through her life she trusted in, Until He called her home. We know she is more happy, Than those who mourn her loss; She meets one gone before her, Who with her bore the cross. Weep not christian, for your friend, With Jesus takes her sleep; When we know she is more happy, Why should we mourn and weep! - A Friend.

Born. Huckle. In Gouverneur, Sept. 22, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huckle, a daughter.

Born. Sheene. In Gouverneur, Sept. 26, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Sheene, a son.

Married. Joyce-Goff. In Gouverneur, Sept. 24th, by Rev. D.D. Munro, John J. Joyce, of New York, and Cora I. Goff, of this place. [09/24/1892]

Married. Chaney-Partridge. In Gouverneur, Sep. 26th, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Gaylord T. Chaney and Sarah A. Partridge, both of Hermon. [09/26/1892]

Married. Carswell-Burnham. At the residence of W.D. Overacker, Clinton St., Gouverneur, Sept. 27, 1892, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Charles P. Carswell and Miss Cora E. Burnham, both of Gouverneur, N.Y.

Died. Lang. In Gouverneur, Sept. 20th, of cancer of the stomach, Mrs. Catherine Lang, aged 56 years and 6 months. [09/20/1892]

Died. Phelps. In Gouverneur, Sept. 22, of pneumonia, Eva Phelps, daughter of Alvin and Rosanna Phelps, aged 1 year, 8 months and 13 days. [09/22/1892]

Died. Goodrich. In Rensselaer Falls, Sept. 25th, 1892, C.W. Goodrich, aged 91 years and 6 months. Interment at Riverside cemetery, Gouverneur, Sept. 25th.

Died. Welch. In Canton, Sept. 28th, of consumption, Dennis Welch, aged 27 years. [09/28/1892]

Died. Nolan. In Canton, Sept. 27, 1892, Peter Nolan, aged 74 years.

Died. Smith. In Canton, October 4, 1892, of heart failure, Rufus Smith, aged 74 years.

Died. McIntosh. In Gouverneur, Oct. 2, of cancer of stomach, Mrs. Cyrene McIntosh, aged 48 years. [10/02/1892]

Died. Nichols. In Gouverneur, Oct. 1, 1892, William, infant son of F.A. and Clara I. Nichols, aged 1 months and 8 days.

Died. Bagg. In Gouverneur, Sept. 30, 1892, H.J. Bagg, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Bagg, aged (illegible) weeks and 6 days.

Died. Taggert. In North Gouverneur, Oct. 1, 1892, of spinal meningitis, Ida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Taggert, aged 9 years.

Born. Clapp. In this village, Feb. 9th, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clapp, a son.

Born. Smith. In Gouverneur, Feb. 1st, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. George E. Smith, a son. (transcriber's note - the original says 1891 but this is almost certainly a typo as it is among pages of entries from 1892. RWS 09/01/1996)

Married. Mellen-Day. In Hermon, at the residence of the bride, Feb. 2d, 1892, by Rev. W.H. Kanoff, Mr. James B. Mellen, of Dekalb, to Miss Mary B., daughter of Simeon P. Day.

Married. Smith-Clark. At the M.E. parsonage, Jan. 13th, 1892, by Rev. C.E. Dorr, Edwin F. Smith and Miss Lillian J. Clark, both of Canton.

Married. Taylor-McMullen. At the M.E. parsonage, Jan. 13th, 1892, by Rev. C.E. Dorr, Frank L. Taylor and Miss Agnes N. McMullen, both of Canton.

Married. Page-Perkins. In Brasher Falls, Jan. 26, at the M.E. parsonage, by the Rev. Jas. M. Thomas, Mr. Morris A. Page, of Brasher Falls, to Miss Bertha M. Perkins of Parishville. [01/26/1892]

Died. Leach. In Hopkinton, Jan. 26, 1892, of pneumonia, Mrs. Elvira Goodell, relict of the late Silas H. Leach, aged 74 years, 8 months and 12 days.

Died. Bailey. In Canton, Jan. 29, 1892, Miss Sarah Bailey, formerly of Potsdam, aged 32 years. (transcriber's note - seven notices down from this one is a notice for Miss Sarah E. Bailey who died at her home in Canton, Jan 29th, 1892, aged 34 years. Apparently one and the same. RWS 09/01/1996)

Died. Boyd. In Hermon, Jan. 29, 1892, (illegible) A. Boyd, relict of W.E. Boyd, aged 5(illegible) 6 months.

Died. Flynn. In Potsdam, N.Y., Jan (illegible but Jan 25, 1892 should be close), (illegible first name) Flynn, aged 55 years.

Died. Fletcher. In Potsdam, Jan. 26, Olive Fletcher, aged 45 years and 11 months. [01/26/1892]

Died. Gorman. In Potsdam, Jan. 26, Michael Gorman, aged 58 years. [01/26/1892]

Died. Mitchell. At her home in Minto, North Dakota, Jan 27, 1892, Annie Eliza, beloved wife of W.H. Mitchell, aged 61 years, 9 days. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell were former residents of Gouverneur.

Died. Wells. In the town of Dekalb, Feb. 5th, 1892, of la grippe, Mr. Laurel Wells, aged 71 years.

Died. Olmstead. In Parishville, January 8th, 1892, of la grippe, Mrs. Orrilla Olmstead, aged 68 years.

Died. Seaver. At the residence of Henry E. Seaver, Esq., Canton, Feb. 5th, 1892, Marie Bray Seaver, aged 78 years, 3 months and 4 days. Interment at Forest Hill Cemetery, Boston, Mass.

Died. Dame. At the residence of Mrs. R.k. Jackson, in the village of Morley, Jan. 30th, 1892, Mrs. Eliza Shepherd Dame, aged 86 years.

Died. Buck. At her home in the town of Lisbon, Feb. 5th, 1892, of consumption, Mrs. Ollie Buck, aged 29 years.

Died. Walters. At her home in Canton, Feb. 7th, 1892, Mrs. Chrystie Ann Walters, wife of William Walters, aged 64 years.

Born. Snyder. In Gouverneur, Sept. 18, to Mr. and Mrs. James A. Snyder, a daughter. [09/18/1892]

Born. Sellers. In this place, Sept. 13, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sellers, a daughter. [09/13/1892]

Born. Hunter. In this place, Sept. 15, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunter, a daughter. [09/15/1892]

Born. Wood. In Gouverneur, Aug. 15, to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wood, a son, Napoleon. [08/15/1892]

Married. Smith-Barbar. In Gouverneur, Sept. 17th, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Geo. Smith, of Watertown, and Eliza Barber, of Rensselaer Falls. [09/17/1892]

Married. Kitts-Bacon. In this place, Sept. 14th, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Merton Kitts and Franky Bacon, both of Antwerp. [09/14/1892]

Married. Hurst-Truax. At the residence of H.J. Hurlbut, Somerville St., Gouverneur, Sept. 20, 1892, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Erton Alexander Hurst and Miss Carrie A. Truax, both of Macomb, N.Y.

Married. Ingraham-Cleland. In Edwards, Sept. 14th, by the Rev. Mark Styan, Edwin H. Ingraham and Bertha Cleland. [09/14/1892]

Died. Gilson. At his residence in Canton village, Monday March 7th, 1892, Mr. Thomas J. Gilson, aged 57 years.

Died. Weston. At his home in the town of Pierpont, Saturday, March 5th, 1892, Mr. Milo Weston, aged 79 years.

Died. Leonard. At Morley village, Sunday, March 6th, 1892, John T. Leonard, aged 63 years.

Died. O'Hara. In this village, March 7th, 1892, of heart disease, Janette Marie, infant daughter of Joseph and Anna O'Harra, of Redwood, N.Y., aged 4 months and 3 days.

Married. Miller-McCready. At the M.E. parsonage, in Canton, March 2d, 1892, by Rev. C.E. Dorr, George E. Miller and Miss Mary L. McCready, both of Canton.

Married. Davis-Denesia. At Fowler, March 5th, 1892, by Rev. R.B. Hutchins, Mr. Eddie C. Davis and Miss Minnie Denesia, both of Fowler.

Born. Leavitt. To Mr. and Mrs. James Leavitt, of North Russell, Jan 15, 1892, twins, Fay and Ray.

Married. Fobes-Carr. At the home of the bride's parents, Jan. 13, 1892, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Chas. Fobes, of Potsdam and Miss Rhoda Carr of Pierrepont.

Married. VanNamee-Balmat. At Philadelphia, N.Y., Jan 13, 1892, by Rev. F.A. Strough, Albert H. VanNamee, of Gouverneur, and Miss Florence S. Balmat, of Fowler.

Died. Freeman. In this village, Jan. 17, 1892, of pneumonia, Orin Freeman, aged 90 years, 7 mos., and 2 days.

Died. Paul. In this village, Jan. 14, 1892, of influenza, Wm. A. Paul, aged 76 years and 9 months.

Died. Graves. In this village, Jan. 15, 1892, of la grippe, Damaris, wife of Samuel Graves, aged 61 years, 11 months and 6 days.

Died. Bixby. In Morley, Jan. 12, 1892, Mrs. Harriet Wilson, wife of the late Nathaniel N. Bixby, in her 81st year.

Married. Belles-Fletcher. At the Presbyterian parsonage, in Oxbow, Jan. 5th, 1892, by the Rev. Thos. A. Sanson, William H. Belles, of Orion, Mich., and Mary Fletcher, of Rossie.

Married. Washburn-Johnson. In Depeyster, at the residence of Hugh Johnson, Jan. 6th, 1892, by Rev. W.H. Way, Harlon G. Washburn to Miss Anna W. Johnson.

Died. Phalon. At her home in Canton on Sunday, Jan. 3rd, Mrs. Margaret Phalon, wife of Cornelius Phalon, aged 57 years. [01/03/1892]

Died. Goolden. At his residence near Morley, Monday, January 4th, James Goolden, aged 78 years. [01/04/1892]

Died. Geering. At Rensselaer Falls, Saturday, January 9th, 1892, of pneumonia, Carrie Geering, daughter of C.C. Geering, aged 25 years.

Died. Brown. At his residence at Rensselaer Falls, January 9th, 1892, of pneumonia resulting from la grippe, John Brown, aged 4 years.

Died. Paul. At Potsdam, Jan. 8th, 1892, Mrs. Mary A. Paul, wife of James Paul, aged 45 years, 5 months and 16 days.

Married. Brow-Aikins. In Hermon, at the residence of the bride, Oct. 23, 1892, by Rev. W.H. Kanoff, Fred Brow, of Potsdam, to Miss Minnie Aikins.

Married. Reynolds-Hibbard. At Oxbow, Oct. 23, 1892, at the Presbyterian parsonage, by Rev. Thos. A. Sanson, James Reynolds and Mrs. Cornelia Hibbard, both of North Wilna.

Married. Billings-Kenyon. In Hammond, Oct. 19, 1892, by Rev. D.L. Phelps, Clarence L. Billings, of Sioux City, Iowa, and Miss Minnie A. Kenyon, of Hammond.

Died. Liscum. In this town, Oct. 23, 1892, Vivian Pearl, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Liscum, aged 3 months.

Died. Menery. In this village, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ida Brozzo, Oct. 23, 1892, of cancer, Mrs. Nancy Menery, aged 54 years.

Married. Herrick-Leahey. At the M.E. parsonage, Spragueville, N.Y., March 1st, 1884 (1892) by Rev. A.C. Woodward, Mr. Jackson Herrick and miss Nellie Leahey, both of Fowler, N.Y. (transcriber's note - This is a separate announcement on a page full of 1892 announcements. Someone wrote '1892' by hand at the top of the announcement - you be the judge. RWS 09/02/1996)

Born. Hall. In Holyoke, Mass., on Sunday, Sept. 10, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall, a daughter. Mrs. Hall was formerly Miss May Bishop, of Gouverneur.

Married. Bickford-Smith. In Fowler, Sept. 7th, 1893, by Rev. R.B. Hutchins, Richard B. Bickford and Cora A. Smith, both of Fowler.

Married. Baxter-Morrow. At Gouverneur, Sept. 6th, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Wm. H. Baxter, of Somerville, and Ella S. Morrow, of Brasie Corners.

Married. Hutton-Gillet. At Gouverneur, Sept. 6th 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Henry G. Hutton, of Keenes, and Dora E. Gillett, of Spragueville.

Married. Chevalley-Dodds. At Gouverneur, Sept. 6, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Arthur Chevalley, of Gouverneur, and Maud S. Dodds, of Elmdale.

Married. Laidlaw-Johnson. At Gouverneur, Sept. 6, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Wm. A. Laidlaw, of Portland, Oregon, and Cora M. Johnson, of Gouverneur.

Married. Larock-Stiles. At Gouverneur, Sept. 6, 1893, by Rev. W.F. Skinner, Edgar M. Larock and Cora M. Stiles, both of Fowler.

Married. Graves-Laidlaw. At the home of the bride, Sept. 5, 1893, by Rev. Thos. A. Sanson, Earnest C. Graves of Antwerp and Anna M. Laidlaw of Oxbow.

Married. Eggleson-Savage. At the Presbyterian parsonage, Oxbow, Sept. 9, by the Rev. Thos. A. Sanson, Joseph Eggleson, of Antwerp, and Josephine Savage, of Elmdale. [09/09/1893]

Married. Royce-Cleveland. At Macomb, Sept. 6th, 1893, by Rev. W.F. Skinner, Geo. C. Royce, of Heuvelton, and Nettie M. Cleveland, of Macomb.

Married. Sibley-Shippie. At Gouverneur, Sept. 12, 1893, by Rev. D. Munro, Albert Sibley, and Mary Shippie, both of Fowler.

Married. Wainwright-Delanoy. At Gouverneur, Sept. 7, 1893, by Rev. D. Munro, Tunis Wainwright and Nellie Delanoy, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Smith-Lavar. In Gouverneur, Sept. 8, 1893, Jason Smith, of Natural Dam, and Minnie Lavar, of Gouverneur.

Died. Storie. Near Wegatchie, Sept. 7, 1893, Mrs. Charles M. Storie, aged 23 years and 11 months.

Born. McBride. In this village, June 26, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McBride, a daughter, Marguerite Anna.

Married. Backus-Frazier. On July 4th, by Rev. H.B. Hutchins, Arthur H. Backus, of Fowler, and Nellie M. Frazier, of Diana. [07/04/1893]

Married. Harvey-McNeil. At the home of the bride in Macomb, N.Y., June 29, by Rev. C.A. Miller, Warren W. Harvey and Anna M. McNeil. [06/29/1893]

Married. Hull-Sibley. In Gouverneur, July 4, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Fred E.R. Hull, of Hailesboro, and Miss Delia Sibley, of West Fowler.

Married. Bell-Sofer. In North Hammond, June 28th, 1893, Mr. James Bell and Miss Lillian Soper.

Married. James-True. At Christ's church, Brooklyn, June 21, 1893, by Rev. Darlington, Henry F. James of Ogdensburg, N.Y. to Alfreda C. True, of Brooklyn.

Died. Pratt. In Nicholville, June 29, 1893, Mrs. Lydia Pratt, widow of Rev. Silas Pratt.

Died. Nicholls. In Gouverneur, June 27, 1893, Georgie Nicholls, aged 6 years, son of Geo. E. and Mary J. Nicholls. In the early, early morning, When all the world was still, Little Georgie left us lonely, To obey our Father's will. Left us weeping by his bedside, With our hearts so sad and sore; Yet we knew his suffering ended, When we heard his life was o'er. At first 'twas hard to give him up, He seemed to us so dear; But, that he enjoys eternal rest, There is no doubt or fear. He was so young, so innocent, And with such child-like love, Though hidden from us are his smiles, We know he smiles above. - A Friend.

Born. Cunningham. In Gouverneur, August 31, to Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Cunningham, a son. [08/31/1893]

Born. Joyce. In Gouverneur, Sept. 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe C. Joyce, a daughter. [09/14/1893]

Married. Royce-Lamb. In Gouverneur, Sept. 13, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Wesley S. Royce, of Peublo, Col., and Ada E. Lamb, of Gouverneur.

Died. Colony. Near Oxbow, Sept. 13, 1893, Mr. D.S. Colony, aged 87 years, 2 months, and 26 days.

Died. Love. In Gouverneur, Sept. 18, Ethel May, daughter of David and Mary Love, aged 2 years, 1 mo 19 days. [09/18/1893]

Died. White. In Gouverneur, Sept. 13, Laura E. White, aged 42 years, 3 mos., 17 days. [09/13/1893]

Died. Stoddard. In Gouverneur, Sept. 11, Mrs. Clark Stoddard, aged 65 years, 10 months, 17 days. [09/11/1893]

Born. McAllaster. In this village, Wednesday morning, Aug. 23d, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. A.F. McAllaster, a daughter.

Born. Brodie. In Kansas City, Aug. 21, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brodie, a son.

Born. Smith. In Natural Dam, Aug. 21, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Smith, a daughter.

Born. Barber. In Gouverneur, Aug. 20, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barber, a son.

Born. Pearson. In this village, Aug. 21, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Pearson, a son, Charles Edwin.

Born. Patton. In this village, Aug. 20, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. John F. Patton, a son.

Born. Baggs. In this village, Aug. 16, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Baggs, a daughter.

Married. Koenig-Fox. (illegible - prob. 'At the home of the bride's) parents, in the town of Hammond, Aug. 16, 1893, by Rev. F.R. Hoffman, Mr. George Peter Koenig, of the town of Alexandria, and Miss Julia A. Fox of the town of Hammond.

Married. King-Holmes. At the home of Peter Greenwoods, Depeyster, Aug. 17, 1893, by the Rev. Geo. Sharpe, Duncan King, of Lisbon, to Mrs. Mary Jane Holmes, of Ogdensburg, N.Y.

Married. Hayes-Rising. In Gouverneur, Aug. 16, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Wm. Hayes, of Hermon and Miss Ettie Rising, of Hailesboro.

Died. Thayer. In this village, Aug. 20, 1893, Earl Henry, infant son of Alfred and Alice Thayer, aged 1 year, 10 months and 2 days.

Died. Beach. In Massena, Aug. 17, 1893, Enos Beach, Esq., for nearly forty years a justice of the peace, aged 90 years.

Died. Brown. In Colton, Aug. 16th, 1893, Mrs. J.B. Brown, aged 73 years.

Married. Clark-Woodward. In Gouverneur, Aug. 23, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Geo. C. Clark of Camden, N.Y., and Miss Nellie E. Woodward, of Fowler, N.Y.

Married. Spry-Bromaghin. In Canton, Aug. 22, 1893, by Rev. Dr. J.S. Lee, S. Henry Spry, and Miss Lillian M. Bromaghin, both of Rensselaer Falls.

Married. Wight-Beach. In Hermon, August 27, 1893, by Rev. Samuel Mills, Mr. Earl Wight and Mrs. Eldora Beach, both of Edwards, N.Y.

Married. McCargar-McCoy. At the Congregational parsonage, Ogdensburg, Aug. 16, 1893, by Rev. F.A. Hatch, Delbert C. McCargar, and Anna May McCoy, both of Ogdensburg, N.Y.

Married. Nash-Hawkshaw. In Ogdensburg, Aug. 16, 1893, by Rev. L. Merrill Miller, D.D., Mr. Norton S. Nash and Miss Jennie M. Hawkshaw, all of Ogdensburg.

Married. Partridge-Pohlman. At Fergus Falls, Minn. August 8, 1893, by Rev. Dr. Sutherland, Carl Partridge, of Spokane Falls, Washington, to Miss Maud L. Pohlman of Fergus Falls.

Born. Dodds. In this town, Sep. 23, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dodds, a son.

Born. Clark. In this village, Oct. 4, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Clark, a daughter.

Born. Schwartzman. In this village, Oct. 5, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schwartzman, a son.

Married. Skinner-Fike. In Chesterville, Ont., Tuesday, Aug. 29, 1893, at the residence of the bride's mother, by Rev. Mr. Conley, Miss Mina H. Fike and Mr. S.W. Skinner, of Gouverneur.

Married. Thomson-Stiles. In Gouverneur, Oct. 9, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Joseph Thompson, of Talcville, and Miss Nettie Stiles, of Fowler.

Married. Baxter-Delial. October 4, 1893, at the residence of Lewis Delial, Potsdam, by the Rev. C.H. Guile, Mr. Levi S. Baxter, of Canton, and Miss Ettie Delial.

Married. Johnson-Rhodes. At Fowler, N.Y., Oct. 4th, 1893, by Rev. C.E. Kernahan, Fred R. Johnson, of Hailesboro, N.Y., and Carrie L. Rhodes, of Fowler, N.Y.

Married. Powell-Nicholson. At the home of the bride in Hermon, N.Y., Oct. 4th, 1893, by Rev. W.H. Kanoff, Dr. John R. Powell, of Hermon, and Miss Clara B. Nicholson.

Married. Dickson-Brown. At the home of the bride, Oct. 4, 1893, by the Rev. Thos. A. Sanson, James C. Dickson, of Antwerp, and Grace A. Brown, of Rossie.

Married. Johnston-Crossman. At Dekalb Junction, Oct. 4, 1893, by Rev. G.F. Walker, Walter Johnston, of Danville, Ont., and Libbie May Crossmon, of Dekalb Junction.

Married. Joels-Phillips. In South Hammond, Sep. 20, 1893, by Rev. D.A. Ferguson, Mr. F.L. Joels, of Oswegatchie, and Miss Maggie Phillips, of South Hammond.

Married. Denitt-Flint. In Brier Hill, Sep. 20, 1893, by Rev. O.D. Moore, Mr. Daniel Denitt and Mrs. Flint.

Married. Skinner-Stowers. At St. Paul's Church, Waddington, Sep. 30, 1893, by Rev. Mr. McDonald, Mr. Walter Skinner of Tonawanda, N.Y., and Miss Belle Stowers, of Waddington, N.Y.

Married. Butler-Chambers. In Ogdensburg, Sep. 28, 1893, by Rev. L. Merrill Miller, D.D., Mr. John Edward Butler and Miss Mary C. Chambers, both of Ogdensburg.

Died. Kinney. In this village, Oct. 7, Chas. M. Kinney, aged 47 years. [10/07/1893]

Died. Brown. In this town, Oct. 5th, at the residence of her son-in-law, John A. Lockie, Mrs. Betsy Brown, aged 79 years and 4 months. [10/05/1893]

Died. Jandrew. At Knapp's Station, October 3, Mrs. Catherine Knapp, wife of Mr. Henry Jandrew, aged 63 years. [10/03/1893]

Died. Sisson. In Potsdam, Oct. 1, 1893, Erma Howes, eldest daughter of Geo. W. and Mary Howes Sisson, aged 5 years.

Born. Sheene. In Helena, Oct. 21, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Sheene, a son.

Born. Storie. In this village, Sept. 12, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Storie, a daughter, Myrtle Edessa.

Born. Starbuck. In this village, Oct. 19, to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starbuck, a son. [10/19/1893]

Married. Washburn-Blair. In Depeyster, Oct. 19, 1893, by Rev. W.H. Way, Mr. Gates Washburn, of Albion, Orleans county, N.Y., to Miss Eva M. Blair, of Depeyster, N.Y.

Married. Harrington-Graves. In Gouverneur, Oct. 16, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Mr. Wm. C. Harrington, of Potsdam, N.Y., and Miss Emma M. Graves, of Gouverneur, N.Y.

Married. Sheene-Lavack. At. St. James Church, Oct. 21st, 1893, by Rev. E.C. Laramie, D.H. Sheene and Miss Matilda Lavack both of Gouverneur.

Married. Dunn-Staude. In Troy, Oct. 18th, 1893, at the parochial residence of St. Francis church, William F. Dunn, of Ogdensburg, and Miss Lucie Staude, of Troy, N.Y.

Died. Billings. In Hammond, N.Y., Oct. 13, 1893, Frank L. Billings, in the 20th year of his age.

Died. Weston. Near Oxbow, Oct. 16, 1893, of heart disease, Clark Weston, aged 62 years, 2 months and 21 days.

Born. Imerson. In this village, Oct. 14, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Imerson, a son.

Born. Lamb. In this village, Oct. 11, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Lamb, a daughter.

Married. Hammond-Howe. October 10, 1893, at the home of the bride's father, by Rev. Dr. A.S. Walker, J.Fred Hammon and Jessie C. Howe, all of Canton.

Married. Rogers-Baker. In Canton, Oct. 11, 1893, by Rev. J.S. Lee, Wesley H. Rogers, of Norfolk, and Mrs. Jennie S. Baker, of Potsdam.

Married. Anderson-Morrill. In Canton, Oct. 11, 1893, by Rev. J.S. Lee, Charles E. Anderson and Miss Eunice Morrill, both of Pierpont.

Married. Allen-Hurd. At Richville, N.Y., Oct. 12, 1893, by Rev. G. Cross, Dr. Frank D. Allen to Miss Mary E. Hurd, both of Richville.

Married. Wilson-Johnson. At Philadelphia, N.Y., Oct. 11, 1893, by Rev. G. Cross, assisted by Rev. W.L. Hendrick, Mr. Frederick W. Wilson of Colton, N.Y., to Miss Louise A. Johnson, of Philadelphia.

Married. Morrison-Giffin. In DePeyster, Oct. 11, 1893, by Rev. Geo. Sharpe, DePeyster, Bert W. Morrison, of Gouverneur, to Ona M. Giffin, of DePeyster, N.Y.

Married. Brokaw-Bacon. At the Presbyterian church, Ogdensburg, Oct. 5, 1893, by Rev. Dr. L. Merrill Miller, Mr. Morgan V. Brokaw, of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Miss Sophia Louise Bacon of Ogdensburg, N.Y.

Married. Cory-Grant. At the Baptist parsonage, Massena, N.Y., Oct. 10, 1893, by Rev. A.E. Holmes, Mr. Woodbury Cory, Gilsum, Vt., to Miss Jane E. Grant, of Norfolk.

Married. Smith-Brownell. At Norfolk, N.Y., Oct. 3, 1893, by Rev. S. Short, Mr. Shirley Smith of Canton, to Miss Carrie E. Brownell, of Norfolk.

Married. Smith-Tilden. At the home of the bride's parents in Massena village by Rev. M.D. Sill, Oct. 9, 1893, Mr. Albert A. Smith, of Louisville, to Miss Ella A. Tilden.

Died. Hill. In this village, Oct. 17, 1893, Stewart, infant son of Wm. and Jennie Hill, aged 5 months.

Died. Morrison. At Norfolk, N.Y., Oct. 6, 1893, Alexander Morrison, aged 74 years.

Died. Delaney. At Massena, N.Y., Friday, Oct. 6, 1893, William Delaney, aged 45 years, of consumption.

Died. Stowell. In this village, Oct. 11, 1893, Ruth E., daughter of Chas. and Avis Stowell, aged 3 years and 7 months.

Died. Noble. In this village, Oct. 12, 1893, of dropsy, H.J. Noble, aged 82 years, 9 months and 7 days.

Died. Freeman. In Colton, Oct. 2, 1893, of typhoid fever, Lester Freeman, of Fullerville, N.Y.

Died. Myers. In Norwood, Oct. 2, 1893, Mrs. Florence Clark, wife of Simon S. Myers, aged 42 years.

Born. Merritt. In Gouverneur, Dec. 9, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Merritt, a son.

Born. Cassidy. In Gouverneur, Dec. 7, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cassidy, a son.

Born. Spink. In Gouverneur, Dec. 9, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Spink, a son.

Married. Barrett-Trim. At the home of the bride in Potsdam, November 30, 1893, by Rev. C.H. Guile, Mr. Simeon W. Barrett and Miss Lillian M. Trim, eldest daughter of Clark Trim.

Married. Perry-Hill. In Gouverneur, Dec. 5, 1893, Harvey H. Perry and Addie P. Hill, both of Gouverneur. (transcriber's note - On the original scrapbook, someone wrote in by hand 'Harvey Hazard Perry'. RWS 09/29/1996)

Died. Cleflen. At Crary's Mills, Nov. 30, 1893, of a cancer, Mrs. Henrietta Livingston, wife of Mr. Marble E. Cleflen, aged 63 years, 5 months and 23 days.

Died. Sweet. In Hailesboro, Dec. 4, 1893, of pneumonia, Mr. James Harvey Sweet, an esteemed citizen and lifelong resident, aged 70 years.

Died. Thayer. In Gouverneur, Dec. 9, 1893, Mariah M. Thayer, aged 57 years, 4 months and 15 days.

Died. Shattuck. In Fowler, Dec. 8, 1893, Betsy Shattuck, aged 89 years and 19 days.

Died. Aldous. In Gouverneur, Dec. 8, 1893, Fred Aldous, aged 27 years.

Died. Dewan. In Gouverneur, Dec. 9, 1893, Martin Dewan, aged 75 years.

Died. Steinhour. In Gouverneur, Dec. 6, 1893, Wm. Steinhour, aged 35 years.

Born. Newman. At Felts Mills, Jefferson Co., N.Y., Nov. 9, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Newman, a son.

Married. Haskins-Hitchcock. In Topeka, Kan, Nov. 5, 1893, by Rev. Embree, pastor of the First M.E. church, Topeka, Mr. Edward W. Haskins, of Bonner Springs, Kan, and Miss Marion E. Hitchcock, of Kansas City, Mo., youngest daughter of REv. Z.B. Hitchcock, formerly of the Northern N.Y. Conference, who was transferred to South Kansas Conference in 1878.

Married. Wilcox-Beddoe. In Potsdam, Nov. 6, 1893, by Rev. Dr. Kirby, Mr. H.E. Wilcox, and Mrs. Elia Beddoe, both of Potsdam.

Married. Weller-Enslow. In South Colton, Nov. 1, 1893, by Rev. E.E. Brown, of Parishville, Mr. Myron A. Weller and Miss Elia Enslow.

Died. Woodside. In Hammond, N.Y., Oct. 28th, 1893, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gibson, Mrs. Alex Woodside, aged 23 years.

Died. Harvey. In South Hammond, Oct. 28th, 1893, Janette, wife of John Harvey, aged 47 years.

Died. Marsales. In this village, Nov. 10, 1893, Alva B. Marsales, aged 27 years and 5 months.

Married. Perry-Hill. In Gouverneur, Dec. 5, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Harvey H. Perry and Miss Addie Pearl Hill, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Davis-Brown. In Gouverneur, Dec. 5, 1893, by Rev. James A. Dickson, Evi C. Davis, of Richville, and Miss Anna Belle Brown, of Hailesboro.

Died. Haile. In Hailesboro, Dec. 10, 1893, of pneumonia, Mrs. Eliza H. Haile, aged 88 years and 3 months. She was born in Poultney, Vt. and lived for a while in Salem, N.Y. She married Josiah T. Rich, by whom she had two children. He died in 1832. Afterwards she married Maj. Henry H. Haile, who resided in Hailesboro for many years, was a prominent citizen and gave his name to the village and died in Palmyra, N.Y., March 17, 1886 at the advanced age of 84 year. Besides grand children and great grand children, four of her children survive, Mrs. Althea Farmer and Sidney D. Rich, of Hailesboro, Mrs. Ann Estelle, of Cuba, N.Y., and Frederic H. Haile, of Gouverneur. The funeral services by Rev. Dr. J.S. Lee were held at S.D. Rich's hotel on Tuesday of last week, where a large number gathered to show their respect for one of the best of women. Blessed be her memory!

Died. Merriman. In Watertown, Dec. 16, 1893, Mr. Lyman Merriman, of Spragueville, aged 70 years and 9 months.

Died. Cring. In Harrisville, Dec. 13, 1893, Mrs. Alice Delilah, wife of Mr. Charles Cring, and only sister of Mr. W.O. Garrison, of Hailesboro, aged 41 years.

Died. Witherell. In Potsdam, Dec. 10, 1893, at the residence of Geo. Raymond, Joel Witherell, of Hopkinton, aged 81 years and 5 months.

Born. Harder. In Gouverneur, Dec. 23, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Harder, a son.

Married. Hilts-Rhodes. In Gouverneur, Dec. 20, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Fred S. Hilts and Mrs. Lydia Rhodes, both of Fowler.

Married. Harland-Scott. At the home of the bride, in Dekalb, near Hermon, Dec. 19, 1893, by Rev. W.H. Kanoff, Rollin Harland, of Macomb, and Miss Estella A. Scott.

Married. McWilliams-Pauter. At the home of the bride, in Brier Hill, Dec. 20, 1893, by Rev. C.E. Green, Chas. D. McWilliams and Miss Bertha E. Patuer, all of Brier Hill, N.Y. (transcriber's note - the two spellings of the bride's name are present in the original clippings. RWS 10/15/1996)

Married. Dowd-Lockwood. At Buck's Bridge, Dec. 20, 1893, by Rev. Dr. Kirby, of Potsdam, Mr. J. Fred Dowd, of Potsdam, and Miss Minnie Lockwood, of Buck's Bridge.

Died. Eaton. In Gouverneur, Dec. 23, 1893, of pneumonia, John B. Eaton, aged 70 years, 3 months and 23 days.

Born. Clark. In Spragueville, July 30, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Clark, a son. [07/30/1893]

Born. Wight. In West Fowler, August 1, to Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Wight, a son. [08/01/1893]

Married. Lee-Fling. In Potsdam, July 29, by Rev. C.E. Bascom, Mr. Wm. Lee and Miss Georgiana L. Fling, all of Potsdam. [07/29/1893]

Married. Wilson-Smith. In Bristol, Vt., July 20, by Rev. J.H. Kellogg, Mr. Charles R. Wilson, of Canton, and Miss Lettie E. Smith. [07/20/1893]

Married. Bartlett-Robinson. In Norfolk, July 22, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. Tragitt, S.T.B., Mr. Lester B. Bartlett and Miss Jennie M. Robinson [07/22/1893]

Died. Parody. In Potsdam, July 24, Wilbert Parody aged 11 years and 4 months. [07/24/1893]

Died. Sullivan. In Potsdam, July 23, very suddenly, David Croman Sullivan, aged 25 years and 8 months. [07/23/1893]

Born. Mear. In Natural Dam, Dec. 21, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mear, a son.

Born. Keller. In Emeryville, Dec. 30, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Karl Keller, a son.

Married. Dana-Nolen. At the home of A.B. Goodnough, Edwards, N.Y., by Rev. Mark Styan, Stephen L. Dana and Miss Emma B. Nolen, both of Russell. [01/01/1894]

Married. Humphrey-Brown. At the Presbyterian parsonage, Oxbow, Jan. 1, 1894, by Rev. Thos. A. Sanson, William Humphrey, of Theresa, and Mrs. Emma J. Brown, of Antwerp.

Married. Sayer-Truax. At the home of Melvin Truax, Macomb, Jan 1, 1894 by Rev. C.A. Miller, Wm. D. Sayer and Miss Nina M. Truax, both of Macomb.

Married. Foster-Crump. In Parishville, Dec. 23, by Rev. W.F. Tooke, Fred Foster, of Colton, and Miss Cassie Crump, of Southville. [12/23/1893]

Married. Perry-Foster. In Parishville, Dec. 23, 1893, by Rev. W.F. Tooke, Henry Perry and Miss Gertrude Foster, both of Colton.

Died. Quinn. In this village, Jan. 5, 1894, of cerebral hemorrhage and alcoholism, Thos. Quinn, aged 62 years.

Died. Love. In Gouverneur, Jan. 6, 1894, of pneumonia, John Love, aged 80 years and 3 months.

Married. Campbell-Stewart. In Dekalb Junction, at the home of Mr. William A. Miller, Nov. 30, 1893, by Rev. G.T. Walker, James Campbell of Hermon and Miss Sophronia M. Stewart, of Dekalb Junction.

Married. Mallette-Wall. At St. James Church, Gouverneur, Nov. 28, 1893, by Rev. E.C. Laramie, John Mallette and Catharine Wall, both of this village.

Married. Levallie-Boulet. At St. James Church, Gouverneur, Nov. 24, 1893, by Rev. E.C. Laramie, Simeon Levallie and Miss Corine Boulet, both of this village.

Married. Whitmore-Clark. In this village, at the residence of the bride's parents, Nov. 29, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, James W. Whitmore and Miss Stella M. Clark, both of this village.

Married. Mahon-Ingerson. In this village, Nov. 29, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Richard A. Mahon and Miss Maud E. Ingerson, both of this village.

Married. Seaman-Babcock. In this village, Nov. 24, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Geo. M. Seaman and Miss Nellie M. Babcock, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Lang-Smith. In this village, Nov. 29, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Henry Lang of Natural Dam, and Miss Clementina Smith of this village.

Died. Johnson. In this village, Dec. 3, 1893, of valvular disease of the heart, Charles B. Johnson, aged 73 years and 10 months.

Married. Wood-Morris. At the home of Mr. Homer Morris, DePeyster, N.Y., Oct. 26, 1893, by the Rev. Geo. Sharpe, Robert D. Wood and Lucy J. Morris, all of DePeyster.

Married. Cooper-Daily. In Gouverneur, Oct. 26th, 1893, by REv. D.D. Munro, James Cooper and Miss Eva Dailey, both of Gouverneur. (transcriber's note - Daily, Dailey spellings are both present on the original - take your pick. RWS 10/11/1996)

Married. Tamblin-Gates. In Gouverneur, Oct. 27, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, John Tamblin, of Gouverneur, and Miss Nancy Gates, of Edwards.

Married. Coats-Williams. In Gouverneur, Oct. 25, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, George Coats, of Hailesboro, and Miss Lizzie Williams, of Hermon.

Married. Keeler-Quigley. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Payne, in Potsdam, Oct. 18, 1893, by Rev. A.J. Felshaw, Mr. Franklin P. Keeler, of Madrid, N.Y., to Miss Minnie M. Quigley, of West Potsdam.

Married. Shields-Quigley. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Payne, in Potsdam, Oct. 18, 1893, by Rev. A.J. Felshaw, Mr. C. Wilber Shields of West Potsdam, to Miss Katie M. Quigley, of West Potsdam.

Married. Wilkins-Truesdell. In Potsdam, Sept. 27, 1893, by Rev. R.M. Kirby, Mr. James B. Wilkins and Miss Bertha E. Truesdell, of Potsdam.

Married. McGaw-Gregory. At the U.P. parsonage, Lisbon, Oct. 18, 1893, by the Rev. Andrew Henry, Mr. Robert McGraw and Mrs. Althea Jane Gregory, all of Lisbon.

Died. Sisson. In Potsdam, Oct. 18, 1893, of membranous croup, George Wing, infant son of Geo. W. and Mary Howes Sisson, aged 10 months.

Died. Malterner. In Gouverneur, Oct. 29th, 1893, Miss Maria Malterner, aged 73 years, 7 months and 12 days.

Died. Cheney. In this village, Oct. 29th, 1893, of organic disease of the heart, Mrs. Ada M. Cheney

Born. Young. In this village, Nov. 2, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Young, a son.

Born. Whitton. In Gouverneur, Nov. 2, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Whitton, a daughter.

Born. West. In this village, Nov. 4, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. West, a daughter.

Born. Smith. In this town, Nov. 3, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo C. Smith, a daughter Grace May.

Born. Smith. In Natural Dam, Oct. 24, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. R.K. Smith, a son.

Born. Dane. In this town, Oct. 26, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. John Dane, a daughter.

Married. Carr-Maxim. At the parsonage of the Liberty street M.E. church, Rome, N.Y., by Rev. C.E. Miller, Oct. 8, 1893, Mr. George O. Carr, of Rome, N.Y., and Miss Eva P. Maxim, of Gouverneur, N.Y.

Married. Given-Childs. In Hermon, N.Y., at the residence of the bride, Nov. 1, 1893, by Rev. W. Kanoff, Mr. James E. Given and Miss Eliza M. Childs, both of Hermon, N.Y.

Married. Deans-Payne. In this village, Nov. 6, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Jay Alex. Deans and Miss Ida Jane Payne, both of Hailesboro.

Married. Davis-Logan. In Gouverneur, Nov. 6, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Theodore J. Davis and Miss Louisa May Logan, both of Gouverneur.

Married. McIntyre-Nichols. In Gouverneur, Oct. 31, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Chas. McIntyre of Dekalb and Miss Luona Nichols of Gouverneur.

Married. Levey-Ives. In Gouverneur, Oct. 31, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Peter Levey and Miss Fannie Ives, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Cooper-Dailey. In Gouverneur, Oct. 26, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Jas. Cooper, of Macomb, and Miss Eva E. Dailey, of Gouverneur.

Married. Coats-Williams. In Gouverneur, Oct. 25, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Geo. Coats, of Hailesboro, and Miss Lizzie Williams of Hermon.

Died. Comins. In this village, Nov. 5, 1893, Mrs. Minerva Comins, aged 84 years, 7 months and 20 days.

Died. Beach. In Gouverneur, Nov. 4, 1893, William F. Beach, aged 91 years, 11 months and 11 days.

Died. Ingram. In Hickory, Oct. 30, 1893, Maud, daughter of Michael J. and Catharine Ingram, aged 16 years.

Born. Hempton. In this village, Nov. 20, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hempton, a son.

Married. Jamieson-Fish. In Canton, Nov. 16, 1893, by Rev. C.E. Dorr, Mr. Fred Jamieson and Miss May Fish, both of Canton.

Married. Rider-Dana. In Edwards, Nov. 16, 1893, by Rev. Mark Styan, John Rider and Addie Dana, both of Russell, N.Y.

Married. Phippins-Daniel. In Edwards, Nov. 16, 1893, by Rev. Mark Styan, Richard Phippins, of Talcville, and Lucy Daniel, of Gouverneur, N.Y.

Married. Hatch-Fanning. In Edwards, Nov. 16, 1893, by Rev. Mark Styan, Victor C. Hatch and Deett Fanning, both of Russell, N.Y.

Married. Wallace-Howe. In this village, Nov. 13, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, John J. Wallace, and Miss Florence Mary Howe, both of Hailesboro.

Died. Haskell. In Madrid, Nov. 18, 1893, Daniel P. Haskell, aged 70 years.

Died. Crossman. In Pierpont, Nov. 12, 1893, Gilfred A. Crossman, aged 17 years.

Died. Adams. In Ogdensburg, Nov. 10, 1893, Maggie, wife of Wesley Adams, aged 36 years.

Died. Wilson. In Ogdensburg, Nov. 11, 1893, Thomas Wilson, aged 70 years.

Died. Colnon. In Ogdensburg, Nov. 12, 1893 John W. Colnon, aged 55 years. Interment at Potsdam.

Died. Fleming. Near Oxbow, Nov. 13, 1893, Mrs. Nancy J. Fleming, wife of John Fleming, Jr., aged 27 years, 5 months and 14 days.

Died. Carpenter. In this town, Nov. 21, 1893, of consumption, Mittie May Carpenter, aged 28 years and 21 days.

Born. Parker. In Gouverneur, March 20, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Parker, a daughter.

Born. Goings. In Hailesboro, March 22, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Horace Goings, a son.

Born. Babcock. In Gouverneur, March 25, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Babcock, a daughter.

Born. Babcock. In Gouverneur, March 26, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W. Babcock, a son.

Born. Stone. In Gouverneur, March 27, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Stone, a son.

Married. Stone-Bailey. At the M.E. parsonage in this village, March 23, 1893, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, James Martin Stone and Miss Mary Maud Bailey, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Sullivan-Babcock. At the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Emily Babcock, in this village, Tuesday evening, March 28, 1893, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Kernan W. Sullivan, of Elma, Canada, and Miss Lettie Ione Babcock.

Married. McReady-Lawrence. In Canton, March 15th, 1893, by Rev. Dr. A.S. Walter, Mr. James E. McReady and Miss Melinda Lawrence, both of Canton, N.Y.

Married. Willson-Hydorn. At the residence of Geo. L. Hydorn, Sandy Creek, N.Y., March 21, 1893, by Rev. W.H. Way, of Depeyster, Mr. Harvey S. Willson, of Rome, N.Y., to Miss Eveline Louisa Hydorn of Ogdensburg, N.Y.

Died. Booth. In this village, March 24, 1893, of valvular disease of the heart, Vincent H. Booth, aged 72 years.

Died. Clark. In Hopkinton, March 14th, 1893, R.S. Clark, aged 77 years and 5 months.

Died. Hall. In Hammond, March 17th, 1893, of consumption, John Hall, aged 42 years.

Died. Barkly. In South Colton, March 21, 1893, of pneumonia, Abram A. Barkly, aged 87 years.

Died. Burdo. In Canton, March 16th, 1893, of consumption, Mrs. Mina Burdo, relict of the late Mr. Garrett Burdo, aged 32 years.

Died. Western. At the home of her father, Mr. William Todd, in Canton, March 18th, 1893, Mrs. Chauncey Western, aged 22 years.

Born. Peabody. In Gouverneur, Aug. 21, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Henry Peabody, a son.

Married. Ethridge-Jones. At Gouverneur, Aug. 31, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, John Ethridge of Dekalb, and Miss Mary Jones, of Richville.

Married. Morehouse-Gardner. At Gouverneur, Aug. 31, 1893, by Rev. G.W. Barnes, of Richville, Stanley J. Morehouse and Alice E. Gardner, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Clark-Woodward. At Gouverneur, Aug. 23, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greefield, Geo. C. Clark, of Richville, and Nellie E. Woodward, of Fowler.

Married. Laberdee-Barnes. At Edwards, N.Y., Aug. 27, 1893, by Rev. Mark Styan, Charles Laberdee and Miss Chloe Barnes, both of Fine.

Died. Storie. Near Wegatchie, Aug. 31, 1893, Iva May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Storie, aged 3 years, 5 months and 20 days.

Died. Blackeby. In Gouverneur, Aug. 31, 1893, Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blackeby, aged 5 years.

Died. Wight. In Gouverneur, Sept. 5, 1893, Hannah, infant daughter of Grant J. and Anna Wight, aged 5 months and 7 days.

Died. Hunter. In Gouverneur, Sept. 4, 1893, John Morris, infant son of John T. and Alice M. Hunter, aged 7 months and 13 days.

Born. Babcock. In this village, Nov. 24, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. John S. Babcock, a son.

Born. Hull. In Gouverneur, Nov. 24, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Foster L. Hull, a son.

Born. Hampton. In Gouverneur, Nov. 20, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hampton, a son.

Born. VanOrnum. In Gouverneur, N.Y., Nov. 18, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Quincy A. Van Ornum, a daughter, Myrtle C.

Married. Exford-Gordon. In Depeyster, Nov. 23, 1893, by Rev. W.H. Way, at the parsonage, Harry Knox Exford, of Russell, to Effie May Gordon, youngest daughter of Hugh Gordon of Clifton.

Married. Carr-Larabee. At the M.E. parsonage, Norwood, Nov. 22, 1893, by Rev. J.W. Simpson, Willie H. Carr, of Waddington, and Catherine E. Larabee, of Norwood.

Married. Wilson-Bullard. At the M.E. parsonage, Massena, Nov. 18, 1893, by the Rev. M.D. Sill, Mr. Guy H. Wilson, and Miss Mary E. Bullard, both of Louisville, N.Y.

Married. Taylor-Williams. In Gouverneur, Nov. 22, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, William Henry Taylor, of Gouverneur, and Miss Minnie Elida Williams, of Macomb.

Married. Giffin - At the home of the bride, Nov. 22, 1893, by Rev. C.O. Thatcher, Mr. A.D. Giffin, of Heuvelton, N.Y., and Miss Bertha Scott, of Morristown.

Married. Keyed-Bloodough. At the Lutheran parsonage, Cedars, Nov. 22, 1893, by Rev. O.D. Moore, Mr. John H. Keyes, of Morristown, N.Y., and Miss Mamie C. Bloodough, of Oswegatchie, N.Y.

Married. Graham-Shirley. In Ogdensburg, Nov. 12, 1893, by Rev. L. Merrill, D.D., Mr. William H. Graham and Miss Julia E. Shirley, both of Ogdensburg.

Died. Ralph. In Canton, Nov. 24, 1893, Miss Emeline Ralph, aged 72 years.

Died. Warner. In Canton, Nov. 20, 1893, Mr. Henry Warner, aged 33 years.

Died. Morrison. In this town, Nvo. 26, 1893, Mrs. Jane Morrison, aged 74 years and 11 months.

Died. Hanson. In Gouverneur, Nov. 23, 1893, of cerebral meningitis, Margaret A., daughter of John and Emogene Hanson, aged 3 years, 2 months and 11 days.

Died. Barber. In Lisbon, Nov. 16, 1893, Charlotte, relict of the late Stephen Barber, in the 63d year of her age.

Died. McIntosh. In Ogdensburg, Nov. 17, 1893, James W. McIntosh, aged 58 years.

Died. Lowery. In Brier Hill, Nov. 13, 1893, Mrs. Antonette Lowery, aged 85 years and 3 months.

Born. Fox. In this village, April 1, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Fox, twin daughters.

Born. Lynch. In this village, April 3, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch, a daughter.

Born. Shepard. In this village, April 3, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Shepard, a daughter.

Born. Ayers. In this village, March 17, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Orville E. Ayers, a daughter.

Married. McIntyre-Dashner. In Fullerville, April 2nd, 1893, by A.V. Hyde, J.P., Henry McIntyre [should be McIntosh -- editor] and Maud Dashner, both of Fowler, N.Y.

Married. Sherwin-Leonard. At the home of the bride's parents, March 28, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Mr. William E. Sherwin and Miss Carrie M. Leonard, both of Canton. [03/28/1892]

Married. Colllins-Parier. At the Congregational parsonage, Crary's Mills, April 10, 1893, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Jefferson E. Collins and Miss Kate Parier, both of Ogdensburg.

Married. Russell-Bostwick. At the church of the Heavenly Host, New York city, April 5, 1893, by Rev. Dr. D. Parker Morgan, Mr. Lawrence Russell of Canton, N.Y. and Miss Mabel Bostwick, of New York.

Married. Helmer-Cardinel. In Norwood, April 5, 1893, by Rev. J.W. Simpson, Mr. Irving J. Helmer, of Providence, R.I. and Miss Ellen A. Cardinel, of Norwood.

Died. Waterbury. In Massena, April 2nd, 1893, of consumption, Mr. L.E. Waterbury, Esq., for 25 years a Justice of the Peace and for two terms of six years a County Superintendent of the Poor, aged 75 years.

Died. Mahoney. In Brookdale, March 23, 1893, Jerry Mahoney, aged 29 years.

Died. Knowlton. In Nicholville, March 27th, 1893, of typhoid fever, Mrs. Mary Knowlton, wife of J.H. Knowlton, aged 39 years.

Died. Shields. In West Potsdam, March 31st, 1893, Isaiah Shields, aged 60 years.

Died. Dixon. In Ogdensburg, March 30th, 1893, Elizabeth Ann, wife of Samuel Dixon, aged 89 years.

Died. Gibbons. In Ogdensburg, March 29, 1893, Patrick Gibbons, aged 85 years.

Died. Simmons. In Canton, April 8th, 1893, of paralysis, Mr. Abel Simmons, a prominent citizen, formerly a merchant, age 78 years.

Died. Root. In Gouverneur, April 7th, 1893, of paralysis, at the residence of Mr. M.A. Porter, Mrs. Louisa Hildreth, wife of the late Mr. Caleb O. Root, aged 82 years.

Died. Usher. In Potsdam, April 10, 1893, Mr. Bloomfield Usher, in his 80th year.

Died. Turnbull. In Gouverneur, April 4, 1893, of spinal meningitis, Emeline, infant daughter of John W. and Emma Turnbull, aged 10 months and 19 days.

Died. Smithers. On Monday, April 10, 1893, Almond Smithers, aged 39 years, youngest son of Joseph and Zilpha Smithers, of Depeyster.

Born. Dushane. To Mr. and Mrs. Harmel Dushane, Harrisville, May 27, a daughter. [05/27/1893]

Married. Carpenter-Yancer. In Gouverneur, May 24, 1893, by Rev. James A. Dickson, Fred Carpenter and Miss Viola Della Yancer, both of this village.

Married. Gardner-Blair. In this village, May 29, 1893, by Rev. James A. Dickson, Irving Nelson Gardner and Miss Hattie Blair, both of this village.

Died. Lytle. In this village, May 28, 1893, Mrs. Ida Allen Lytle, wife of Chas. A. Lytle, aged 28 years.

Died. Bush. In Massena, May 20, 1893, of Bright's disease, Ralph, son of Simon Bush, aged 11 years.

Died. McCarty. In this village, May 29, 1893, after a long illness of consumption, Miss Sarah Frances McCarty, daughter of William and Eliza McCarty, aged 18 years, 2 months and 21 days.

Died. Corbin. At the residence of the late Francis Dewey, Dekalb, N.Y., May 24, 1893, of acllnitus (?), Ruby I., youngest daughter of Frank H. and Sarah A. Corbin, of Watertown, N.Y., aged 1 year, 11 months and 7 days.

Married. Watkins-Roden. At Fullerville, N.Y., April 27th, 1893, by A.V. Hyde, J.P., Philo Watkins and Maud Rodin, both of Fullerville, N.Y.

Married. Harmon-Roden. At Fullerville, N.Y., April 27, 1893, by A.V. Hyde, J.P., Wm. H. Harmon and Anna B. Roden, both of Fullerville.

Married. Jenkisson-Hutchinson. In Oswegatchie, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hutchinson, on April 26, 1893, by the Rev.Geo. Sharpe, Depeyster, William Jensisson, of Depeyster, to Nellie M. Hutchinson.

Married. Smith-Powers. In Morristown, April 12, 1893, by Rev. C.O. Thatcher, Mr. Seward M. Smith, of Geneva, N.Y. and Miss Cora Powers, of Morristown, N.Y.

Married. Benson-Clark. In Potsdam, April 12, 1893, by Rev. A.C. Loucks, Charles H. Benson and Minnie M. Clark.

Married. Thomas-Chaney. At the parsonage, Crarys Mills, April 16, 1893, by Rev. L.T. Cole, Mr. William Thomas, of Pierpont, and Miss Lena Chaney, of Colton.

Married. Amed-Lamb. In South Colton, by Rev. A. L. Fox, Sanford Ames and Etta Lamb. [04/15/1893]

Married. Burns-Bradish. At the Chapel of the Sacred Heart, Ogdensburg, April 26, 1893, by Rev. J.H. Conroy, Edward Burns and Miss Katherine Bradish, both of Ogdensburg.

Married. Eustis-Hall. In Wolcott, Minn., April 25, 1893, Mr. Gardner T. Eustis, formerly of Hammond, N.Y., and Miss Stella Hall, of Wolcott, Minn.

Married. Mein-Power. In Louisville, April 19, 1893, by Rev. S.A. Worden, Mr. Jesse Mein and Miss Jennie Power, both of Louisville, N.Y.

Died. Wooster. In Gouverneur, N.Y., May 1, 1893, of consumption, Lillie I., daughter of Joseph Wooster, aged 20 years, 4 months, and 1 day.

Died. Smithers. In Ogdensburg, April 25, 1893, John R. Smithers, aged 79 years.

Died. Burton. In Potsdam, April 26, 1893, after a long illness of paralysis, Horace K. Burton, aged 49 years and 11 months.

Died. McGilvery. In Potsdam, April 22, 1893, of consumption, Mrs. John McGilvery, Jr., aged 25 years.

Died. Butler. In Potsdam, April 23, 1893, of consumption, Mrs. Hannah Hepburn, wife of S.D. Butler, aged 69 years and 8 months.

Married. White-Countryman. At Gouverneur, N.Y., July 15, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, William H. White, and Mary E. Countryman, both of Pope's Mills, N.Y.

Married. Ayres-Siver. At the home of the bride's parents, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, July 4, 1893, Mr. Austin Ayres and Miss Jennie Siver, both of Harrisville, N.Y.

Married. Ward-Bennett. At Black Lake, July 3, 1893, by Rev. O.D. Moore, Mr. Frank Ward, of Black Lake, and Miss Nellie Bennett of Massena, N.Y.

Died. Wallace. At West Potsdam, N.Y., July 8th, 1893, Mrs. Agnes T. Wallace, aged 24 years.

Died. Conant. In Canton, July 17th, 1893, Mr. Erastus Conant, aged 86 years.

Born. Wight. In Gouverneur, March 29, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Grant J. Wight, a daughter.

Married. Branaugh-Warne. At Fairfield, Herkimer Co., N.Y., March 17, 1893, by Rev. H.M. Church, Mr. E. Wallace Branaugh, of Carthage, and Miss Ida May Warne, of Fairfield.

Married. Smith-Brown. In Gouverneur, March (illegible) 1893, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Mr. H.F. Smith and Miss Bessie Brown, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Matice-Kenyon. At the residence (illegible) Soper, Jr., Gouverneur, March (illegible) by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Adelbert Matice and (illegible) Kenyon, both of Gouverneur, N.Y. [03/15/1893]

Married. Graves-Beritt. At the Methodist Episcopal parsonage, April 4, 1893, by Rev. (illegible) Samuel Graves and Mrs. Charity Beritt, both of Gouverneur.

Died. Partridge. In Popes Mills, March 26, 1893, of apoplexy, Mrs. Asenath Dake Partridge, aged 61 years and 1 month.

Born. Welch. In this village, April 17, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Welch, a daughter.

Married. Babcock-Morris. In this village, April 12, 1893, by Rev. James A. Dickson, John S. Babcock and Miss Grace Morris, both of Gouverneur.

Married. McAvoy-O'Brien. In Rossie, April 5, 1893, Mr. John McAvoy, of Hammond, and Miss J. O'Brien, of Rossie.

Married. Turnbull-Simmons. In Rossie, April 5, 1893, Mr. W. Turnbull and Miss Stella Simmons, both of Rossie.

Married. Carr-Bell. In Parishville, April 14th, 1893, Prof. W.H. Carr, of Rouses Point, and Miss Elva Bell, of Parishville.

Married. Curtis-Boulet. At St. James church, Gouverneur, April 18, at 7 o'clock a.m., by Rev. E.C. Laramie, Mr. Henry Curtis and Miss Attalie Boulet, both of this village. [04/18/1893]

Died. Parsons. In this village, April 16, 1893, Mrs. Amanda Parsons, relict of Myrton Parsons, aged 83 years.

Died. Washburn. In this village, April 16, 1893, Mrs. Mary A. Washburn, aged 61 years. Burial at Antwerp Wednesday.

Died. Thornhill. In Dekalb Junction, March 19, 1893, of consumption, William Thornhill, aged 60 years, 9 months, and 22 days.

Died. Huntington. In Ogdensburg, April 7, 1892, Ozias Huntington, in his 81st year.

Died. Schellenger. In Bucton, March 22nd, Mrs. Caroline Schellenger, aged 82 years. [03/22/1893]

Died. Cummings. At Trout Lake, N.Y., April 13th, Miss Anna M. Cummings, aged 20 years and 10 weeks. Funeral services held in the Trout Lake school house, on Saturday, 15th, Rev. Samuel Mills of Hermon, officiated at the funeral. [04/13/1893]

Born. Barton. In this village, May 20, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Barton, a son.

Married. Lawrence-Jenne. In Gouverneur, May 21, 1893 (typo said 1863), by Rev. D.D. Munro, James Lawrence and Miss Cora Jenne, both of Richville.

Married. Shoen-Streeter. In Norwood, May 13, 1893, by Rev. J.W. Simpson, Bernard Shoen and Miss Delia Streeter, both of Brookdale.

Married. McFadden-Town. In Ogdensburg, at the residence of the bride's mother, No. 11 Oak St., May 15, 1893, by Rev. A.M. Prentice, Mr. Emerson C. McFadden, of Summit, N.J., and Miss Ella E. Town, of Ogdensburg.

Married. Hughes-Seaver. In Potsdam, May 10, 1893, by Rev. B. Marron, William Hughes and Fanny M. Seaver, both of Potsdam.

Died. Ayers. In Gouverneur, May 21, 1893, of heart disease, Lucius J. Ayres, aged 62 years, 9 months and 5 days.

Died. Wilson. In Rensselaer Falls, May 17, 1893, Mrs. Laura Hall Wilson, aged 26 years.

Died. Thompson. In Dekalb, May 20, 1893, Miss Helen Amelia Thompson, daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Thompson, aged 28 years.

Died. Preston. In Chippewa Bay, May 18, 1893, Thomas Preston. Interment at Brasie Corners.

Died. Mein. In Chases Mills, May 15th, 1893, of pneumonia, Jessie Mein, aged 35 years.

Died. Newman. In Ogdensburg, May 9, 1893, Mrs. Priscilla Bell Newman, widow of John Newman, aged 79 years.

Died. Loop. In Canton, May 22, 1893, Mrs. Francis Loop, wife of Mr. Stillman Loop, aged 42 years. Internment at Canton.

Married. Gledhill-Caldwell. In Boston, Mass, August 19, 1893, by Rev. George W. Mansfield, Mr. Arthur R. Gledhill, of Plymouth, Mass., and Miss Meriam H. Caldwell, Canton.

Died. Firth. In Omaha, Neb., Sept. 17, 1893, of consumption, Visher B. Firth, aged 35 years, 9 months, and 12 days.

Married. Bell-Bell. At the M.E. Parsonage, Massena, March 1, 1893, by M.D. Sill, Frank B. Bell and Miss Lettie M. Bell, both of Brasher, N.Y.

Married. Clark-Giffin. At the home of the bride, February 28, 1893, by Rev. L.T. Cole, Frank H. Clark and Miss Luna A. Giffin, both of Potsdam, N.Y.

Married. Rankin-McCrea. In Gouverneur, March 8, 1893, by Rev. James A. Dickson, Joseph Rankin and Miss Caroline E. McCrea, both of Watertown, N.Y.

Died. Firth. In Hermon, March 9th, 1893, Sarah, wife of Joseph Firth, in the 67th year of her age.

Died. Peterson. In Hermon, March 7th, Emma, wife of Riley Peterson, aged 44 years and 11 months. [03/07/1893]

Died. Wilson. In Gouverneur, March 7th, 1893, Thomas P. Wilson, aged 37 years and 11 months.

Died. Martin. In Gouverneur, March 12, 1893, Wm. H. Martin, aged 35 years.

Died. Leonard. In Potsdam, March 5, 1893, at the residence of Samuel Maxfield, Mrs. Eliza A. Leonard, aged 67 years.

Died. Watson. In Start, Feb. 28th, 1893, of consumption, Mrs. Stella Plumley, wife of Edgar Watson, aged 19 years.

Born. White. In Gouverneur, Feb.13th, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. White, a girl. [02/13/1893]

Born. Morehouse. In Gouverneur, Feb. 22d, to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Morehouse, a daughter. [02/22/1893]

Born. Davidson. In Gouverneur, Feb. 23d to Mr. and Mrs. James C. Davidson, a boy. [02/23/1893]

Born. Clearo. At Natural Dam, Feb. 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clearo, a son. [02/26/1893]

Born. Osler. In Gouverneur, Feb. 23, to Mr. and Mrs. John Osler, a daughter. [02/23/1893]

Born. Montarville. In Gouverneur, March 3d, to Mr. and Mrs. James Montarville, a daughter. [03/03/1893]

Born. Endersbee. In Russell, March 1, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Endersbee, a son.

Married. Watson-Finley. At the Baptist parsonage Edwards, N.Y., Feb. 22, 1893, by Rev. Mark Styan, Wiliam Watson and Jennie Frances Finley, both of Fine.

Married. Clark-Fox. In Gouverneur, March 1, 1893, by Rev. D.D. Munro, Mr. Walter Clark and Miss Nina Fox, both of Gouverneur.

Married. Ingram-Graves. At the M.E. parsonage, Depeyster, Feb. 23, 1893, by the Rev. Geo. Sharpe, Royal Ingram to Miss Hattie Graves, both of Macomb, N.Y.

Married. Fleetham-Thraves. At the bride's home in Depeyster, Feb. 23, 1893, by the Rev. George Sharpe, William Fleetham of Depeyster to Miss Fannie Louisa Thraves.

Married. Mayer-More. In Hammond, March 1, 1893, by Rev. D.A. Ferguson, Mr. Fred Mayer and Miss Ella J. More.

Married. McWilliams-McGregor. In North Hammond, March 1, 1893, Mr. E. McWilliams and Miss Nellie McGregor.

Died. Blair. In Gouverneur, Feb. 21st, Mary Florence Blair, infant daughter of Wm. Blair. [02/21/1893]

Died. Patten. In Fowler, Feb. 27th, Chas. R. Patten, aged 14 years, son of Abner Patten. [02/27/1893]

Died. Flanders. In Gouverneur, March 5th, Julia D. Flanders, aged 39 years, 9 months. [03/05/1893]

Died. Barnes. In Russell, Dec. 31, of old age, Mrs. Henry Barnes, in her 86th year. [12/31/1893]

Died. Davis. In Pitcairn, Feb. 28, 1893, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Davis, aged 3 months and 26 days.

Died. Hagar. At the residence of R.M. York, Gouverneur, March 5, Jame A. Hagar, of Mooers Forks, N.Y., aged 48 years, 5 months, 13 days. [03/05/1893]

Married. Oliver-Scanlon. At Potsdam, February 14, 1893, by Rev. Father Marron, William Oliver, of Norwood, and Miss Cora Scanlon, of Potsdam.

Married. Leonard-Leach. At the home of the bride, February 15, 1893, by Rev. L.T. Cole, Theron C. Leonard, of Canton, and Miss Vilettie C. Leach, of North Russell.

Married. Carton-Allen. At the Congregational church, Ogdensburg, N.Y., by Rev. Dr. Miller, February 15, 1893, Clayton C. Carton and Mary E. Allen, both of Massena, N.Y.

Married. Todd-Rush. In Potsdam, Feb. 19, by Rev. A.C. Loucks, Mr. Geo. H. Todd and Miss Clara Rush. [02/19/1893]

Married. Brouse-Gokey. In Potsdam, Feb. 14, by Rev. Geo. O. Phelps, Mr. A. Hoadley Brouse and Miss Nelllie Gokey. [02/14/1893]

Married. Folts-Doane. In Richville, N.Y., Feb. 22, by Rev. G.W. Barnes, Mr. Harvey Folts of Skeneatelas, and Mrs. Sarah A. Doane, of Richville. [02/22/1893]

Died. Roulston. In Russell, February 17, 1893, Mrs. Priscilla Rockwood, widow of the late David Roulston, and mother of Charles D. Roulston, of Russell, and R.H. Roulston, of Canton, aged 83 years.

Died. Carbino. In Massena, Jan. 15, 1893, of scarlet fever, Norman, infant son of Elic and Anna Carbino, aged 11 months.

Died. Balch. In Massena, Feb. 18, 1893, of heart failure, Mrs. Elvira C. Balch, aged 80 years.

Died. Blood. In Potsdam, February 19, 1893, of old age, Mrs. J. Freeman Blood, aged 89 years, 4 months.

Died. Hurley. In Potsdam, Feb. 19, 1893, of anemia, Nancy Hurley, relict of Dennis Hurley, aged 36 years.

Married. Billings-Guyette. At Crary's Mills, Dec. 27, 1895, by Rev. O.L. Cole, Herbert Billings, of Russell, and Florence Guyette, of Potsdam.

Married. Irmie-Lockwood. At the residence of the bride, Jan 9th, 1894, by Rev. J.D. Morrison, D.D., L.L.D., Mr. William P. Irmie and Mrs. Ida Helen Lockwood, all of Ogdensburg.

Married. Mills-Akins. At St. Mary's church, Waddington, Jan. 9th, 1894, by Rev. E.V. Murphy, Geo. H. Mills, of Ogdensburg and Miss Frances Akins, of Waddington.

Married. Wells-Elwood. In Russell, N.Y., Jan. 20th, 1894, in the M.E. parsonage, by Rev. L.D. Greene, Charles E. Wells of Reading, Penn., and Miss Grace A. Elwood, of S. Russell, N.Y.

Born. Close. In this village, Jan. 24, 1893, to Dr. and Mrs. S.W. Close, a daughter.

Married. Henry-Petrie. At the home of the bride near Black Lake, by Rev. D.L. Phelps, Jan. 19th, Mr. Fred Henry and Miss Amanda Petrie. [01/19/1893]

Married. Randall-Blane. At the Baptist parsonage Edwards, Jan. 2nd, 1893, by Rev. Mark Styan, Nelson Randall and Clementine Blane, both of Fine, N.Y.

Married. Carpenter-Thompson. At the Baptist parsonage, Edwards, Jan 25th, 1893, by Rev. Mark Styan, Sherman Carpenter and Hilah J. Thompson, both of Fowler, N.Y.

Died. Mead. At his home in Madrid, Jan 25th, 1893, of pneumonia, Mr. Daniel Mead, aged 89 years.

Died. Haley. At Buck's Bridge, Jan. 26th, 1893, Mrs. Emily D. Haley, wife of the late Arad F. Haley, aged 83 years.

Died. Hay. At his home in Canton, Jan. 26th, 1893, of consumption, Mr. William Hay, aged 63 years.

Married. Phelps-Savage. At the Methodist parsonage, Gouverneur, July 31, 1893, by Rev. S.J. Greenfield, Mr. Herbert E. Phelps and Miss Maggie A. Savage, both of Gouverneur.

Died. Nichols. In Hailesboro, July 30, 1863, Mrs. Lydia Ann Nichols, wife of the late Daniel Nichols, aged 78 years.

Died. Kirkbridge. In Massena, July 21, 1893, Mrs. Mary Bellenger, wife of James Kirkbridge, aged 78 years.

Married. Kirkby-Bigford. At the M.E. parsonage, Jan. 24, 1893, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Charles E. Kirkby, of Algonquin, Ca, and Mary E. Bigford of Winchester Springs, Ca.

Married. Taylor-Taylor. At the M.E. parsonage, Feb. 1, 1893, by Rev. S.T. Dibble, Robert D. Taylor, of Gouverneur, and Carrie A. Taylor, of Dekalb, N.Y.

Married. Rowland-Wells. In Morristown, Feb. 1, 1893, by Rev. O.F. Nichols, Frank I. Rowland and Miss Cora B. Wells, both of Morristown.

Married. Lints-Worden. At Brier Hill, Jan. 25, 1893, by Rev. O.D. Moore, Sidney Lints, and Miss Cora Worden, both of Brier Hill.

Married. Potter-Walker. In Canton, Jan. 31, 1893, by Rev. Dr. J.S. Lee, Mr. Zenas S. Potter, of Canton, and Miss Clara M. Walker of Hermon.

Married. Dain-Farrell. At the Roman Catholic Rectory in Canton, February 1st, 1893, by Rev. Father O'Driscoll, Mr. John Dain and Miss Mary Farrell, both of Russell, N.Y.

Married. Ballou-Barnes. At the home of the bride's parents near Brick Chapel, January 31, 1893, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Edwin Ballou, of Rowan, Iowa, and Miss Nellie Barnes, of Canton.

Married. Crary-Clark. At the Congregational parsonage, Crary's Mills, January 31, 1893, by Rev. Leonard T. Cole, Robert L. Crary, of Pierpont and Miss Millie M. Clark, of Canton.

Died. Stout. At Edwardsville, Jan. 31, 1893, of pneumonia, Mrs. Mary Putnam, wife of Mr. Gilbert J. Stout, formerly of Macomb, aged 60 years and 10 months.

Died. Morrow. At her home near Crary's Mills Tuesday, January 31st, 1893, of pneumonia, Miss Mary A. Morrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morrow, aged 16 years.

Died. Cornish. In Canton, February 2d, 1893, of consumption, Mr. Frank S. Cornish, aged 37 years.

Died. Dishaw. In Canton, February 6th, 1893, of consumption, Mr. Ceasar Dishaw, aged 63 years.

Married. Dana-Guiles. At Hermon, N.Y., April 19, 1893, by G.T. Chaney, J.P., William Dana to Nettie Guiles, both of South Russell.

Married. Jamieson-Northam. In Ogdensburg, April 13, 1893, by Rev. L. Merrill Miller, D.D., Alexander B. Jamieson and Miss Minnie V. Northam, both of Ogdensburg.

Married. Perry-Morrow. In Ogdensburg, April 20, 1893, by Rev. P.A. Hatch, Mr. William A. Perry of Gouverneur, and Miss Florence M. Morrow, of Ogdensburg.


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