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The Muncy Telegraph

The Muncy Telegraph

5 Oct 1833-16 Apr 1836

5 Oct 1833

James R. SHOEMAKER, son of George, Muncy Creek Twp., died Wednesday last, was kicked by a horse.

12 Oct 1833

Elias BENNER (married) to Elizabeth OYSTER of Turbit, on Tuesday, 24th lt, by Rev. J. Shirz

Daniel BEAR (married) to Catharine MARSH of Washington, Lycoming Co. on Sunday, 29th lt., by Rev. J. Shirz

James GILLIARD, to Catharine KELLER of Harrisburg, on Tuesday last, by Rev. A. H. Lockman

Charles SMITH, of Muncy Creek Twp., died on Thursday last, in his 80th year of age

Archibald DENNISON, of this Borough, on Saturday last.

22 Oct. 1833

William MAXWELL, Esq., of Mercer, to Caroline GEDDES of Lewisburg, on Thursday last

Thomas JONES died in Lewisburg on Tuesday last

29 Oct. 1833

Charles FOLLMER of Sunbury, to Elizabeth ELDRED, daughter of late Rev. William ELDRED of this place, in Philadelphia on 21st instant by Rev. Thomas G. Allen

Alexander HGHES, Esq., editor of the Northumberland nion, to M. E. BIKINBINN, daughter of F. , all of Northumberland, on Tuesday last by Rev. W. L. Stone

5 Nov. 1833

Capt. John SANDERS, to Catherine WAENGARDNER, both of Hughesville, on Thursday last, by Teter Dimm, Esq.

Hon. Joel POINSETT, to Mrs. Mary PRINGLE, both of Charleston, SC, on Thursday evening last.

John S. WATSON, of Brookville, Jefferson Co. to Miss Mary REYNOLDS, daughter of David REYNOLDS, Esq. of Kittaning, Armstrong Co., on Tuesday, 22nd, last by Rev. Dicky

Col. Robert MAFFET died Thursday last, in Jersey Shore. Leaves a widow and a number of young children.

Ellen ADAM, daughter of Joseph, of Muncy Twp., died on Sunday last

Joseph PRIESTLY, Esq., son of Dr. PRIESTLY, of Northumberland county, on 5th Sept. last, in the 66th year of his age, died in England

Mrs. Elizabeth DONNEL, consort of Charles G., Esq., died on 19th last, in Sunbury

Rebecca, d/o Gen. FRICK, on 24th last, in Milton, age 6 months 9 days

Anthony LASSAT, Esq., died on 28th last, in Philadelphia

12 Nov. 1833

Benjamin FIESTER, Jr., to Miss Mary SONES, both of Muncy Creek Twp., on Thursday last by Samuel Shoemaker, Esq.

William T. BOYD, of Northumberland, to Miss Catherine G. SLATER, of Schenectady, NY, in Schenectady, NY on 30th last

James S. STOUGHTON of Milton to Rebecca DAY, of York at York on 5th instant

E. N. DOAN, Esq., died on 1st inst, at Harrisburg

19 Nov. 1833

Evan PALHAMUS died on Wednesday last after being bitten by a rabid dog the week before. Survived by wife and children.

John ELLIOT, of Williamsport, to Miss Henrietta GRAHAM, d/o A., Esq., of Lewisburg, on Tuesday last, by Rev. Thomas Hood

Willard CHURCH, of Lock Haven, to Mary MONTGOMERY, of Milton, in Milton on Thursday last, by Rev. Thomas Hood

Aaron C. NEVIS, of Milton, to Sarah BEAVER, of New Berlin, in New Berlin on Tuesday last by Rev. Prettyman

Henry DEIBERT, to Mrs. Mary HART, both of Muncy Creek, on Sunday the 3rd instant, by Rev. J. Shitz

James WALTON, of this Borough, died on Tuesday last, aged about 55 years

26 Nov. 1833

Jeremiah SPERE, to Mary TURNER, both of this Borough on Thursday evening last by Simon Schuyler, Esq.

3 Dec. 1833

Mrs. Mary WOLF, consort of George WOLF, governor of this state, died in Harrisburg on the 27th last

10 Dec. 1833

No paper or no news reported.

17 Dec. 1833

Robert BENNETT, to Miss Liberty GIDDINGS, both of Milton,in Milton, 11th instant

William TINEROOK to Miss Eliza HASE, both of Turbit Twp., Northumberland co. on 20th last By Jacob Musser, Esq.

Mrs. Sarah SCHUYLER, consort of Simon, Esq., died on Saturday last of pulmonary consumption.

Mrs. PAINTER, consort of Rev. Joseph, died in Turbit Twp., on 4th instant

24 Dec. 1833

Sophia M. ELLIOT, wife of William Esq., of Washington City, died in Washington on Tuesday last

31 Dec. 1833

Orrin FORSYTH to Miss Eliza FREDERICK, all of this Borough, on Tuesday morning last, by Rev. Smith

Benjamin OYSTER, of Turbit Twp., to Miss Catherine SECHLER, daughter of Michael Esq., of Muncy Creek Twp., on Thursday last by Rev. Scheetz

Mrs. Sarah GIRTEN, wife of Stephen, of Turbit Twp., on Friday last

7 Jan. 1834

George SMITH, to Mrs. Abigail RICARD, both of Muncy Creek, on Thursday last by Samuel Huntzinger, Esq.

George W. SCHNABEL, to Miss Adaline M'GOWEN, both of Milton, in Milton, on Thursday last by Rev. Hood

14 Jan. 1834

George ARTER, of Elkland Twp., to Mrs. Sarah HARRIS of Loyalsock on 26th last

Isaac COVERT, of Loyalsock Twp. to Miss Abigail FASE, of Hepburn, on 2nd instant

George PENCE of Adams Twp., to Miss Martha HARKINS of Hepburn, on 19th last

Charles CORSON, to Miss Mary BRITTON, both of Shrewsbury Twp., on 24th last, by Isreal Ludlow, Esq.

21 Jan. 1834

Mrs. Sophia M. ELLIOT, wife of William, Esq., of Washington, died 17th last

28 Jan. 1834

John SHAFFER to Miss Rebecca BLACK, both of McEwensville, on Thursday last by Rev. H. Wagner

Samuel NORTON to Miss Kitann BRYAN both of Elkland Twp., on Thursday last

4 Feb. 1834

Rev. A. B. WINCHELL, of Almond, NY to Miss Margaret ROGERS, daughter of Samuel, of Muncy Creek Twp., on 2nd instant by Rev. Ellis

William PORTER, of Fairfield, to Miss Rebecca FRIBLEY, of Loyalsock Twp., on 23rd last

David CULP, to Miss Sarah WILLIAMSON, both of Lycoming Twp., on 9th last

Jacob SHOOK, to Miss Margaret WELCH, both of Lycoming Twp., on 23rd last

11 Feb. 1834

No paper or no news reported.

18 Feb. 1834

Algernon S. FLEMING, to Miss Julia Ann, daughter of James CARSKADDEN, Esq., on Tuesday, 11th instant, by Rev. D. M. Barber

William KING, of Elkland Twp., to Mrs. Mary CRANDLE of Tioga Co., on 5th instant, by Rev. Dubois

Mrs. Grace WRIGHT, of Elkland Twp. died on 3rd instant

Simpson LEIB died suddenly in Milton on Friday morning last, a lad who had been for a short time previous in the store of Mr. M'CLEARY of this place

Mathias ANDREWS, son of William, of Muncy Creek Twp., died Saturday last, aged about 19 years

25 Feb. 1834

Alexander CAROTHERS, to Miss Ann PUDEGRAFF, both of Lycoming Twp., on Thursday last by Rev. Grier

William WIRT, Esq., died in Washington City on Tuesday last

4 March 1834

Charles BORROWS, to Miss Nancy, daughter of John GIBSON, both of Nippenose Twp., in Williamsport on Tuesday last, by Rev. H. Lenhart

Michael ALBECK, to Miss Sarah LITCHARD, both of Muncy Creek Twp., on 18th instant, by Rev. C. P. Miller

Ephraim HASE, to Miss Rosanna SEIBERT, both of Bloomsburg in this Borough, on Saturday last

Peter TROUGH, to Miss Belinda KINSEY, both of Briar Creek Twp., Columbia Co. on 18th last

Benjamin PRENTICE, of Milton to Miss Mary HUNTER of M'Ewensville, on the 20th last

Gen. Isaac D. BARNARD, late S Senator died at Westchester on 19th lt.

Joseph RITNER, served US Army and late Professor of Civil and Topographical Engineering in Washington College, (died) on Tuesday 18th instant of Pulmonary complaint at the residence of his father Joseph, Esq. in Buffalo Twp.

Mrs. Lavinia FAHNESTOCK, consort of Abner, of this Borough, (died) on Saturday morning last. Leaves 2 small children

WilliamANDREWS, died on Thursday last, of Muncy Creek Twp.

Thomas VAN BUSKIRK, died in Jerseytown, Columbia Co., at an advanced age

11 March 1834

Thomas, son of John CALDWELL, of Derry Twp., Columbia Co., died on Thursday the 7th instant. Accidental discharge of his own rifle. He was married but a very short time, also survived by aged parents.

C. BRENNEMAN, Esq., president of the Columbia Bridge Company, in Columbia on the 2nd instant

18 March 1834

John S. INGRAM, Esq. Senior editor of the Union Times, to Miss Mary Ann CHARLTON, both of New Berlin, in New Berlin, on Tuesday last, by Rev. Todd

Daniel DOBT, to Miss Susannah SEVISON, both of Turbit Twp., on 6th instant, by Rev. Shitz

Benjamin RUTTER, to Miss Catherine ORTH, both of Loyalsock, on 2nd instant, by same

John MURRAY, Esq. formerly member of Congress from this district, on 7th instant in Liberty Twp., Columbia County

Mr. J. HOWE, on 9th instant, of consumption in Philadelphia

24 March 1834

Jacob L. MUSSINA, to Miss Jerusha BAILEY, both of Williamsport, on Tuesday last by Rev. Thomas

John FOGLEMAN, of this Borough, to Miss Mary DIMM, daughter of Teter, Esq., of Muncy Creek Twp., on Tuesday last by Rev. Miller

Asa SMITH, to Miss Letitia READER, both formerly of this Borough, in Jersey Shore on 4th instant

John ZEITLER, of Northumberland, to Miss Mary SLONECKER of Jersey Shore, in Williamsport, on Tuesday last by Rev. Thomas

Isaac OAKES, of Washington Twp., died on the 11th instant

Mathias SEGEL, a native of Wirtemburg, Germany, died in this Borough on Saturday morning last, aged 23 years

Charles SARGENT, son of John, of Lewisburg, aged about 25, drowned in the Susqehanna on Tuesday last

1 April 1834

Thomas WOOD, to Miss Margaret BEEBER, daughter of Col. Jacob, both of Muncy Creek Twp., on Tuesday last, by S. Schyler Esq.

William M'LAGHLIN, watch maker, silversmith and engraver, died in Milton on Tuesday last, aged about 33 years

8 April 1834

No paper or no news reported.

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15 April 1834

Henry FAHNESTOCK, Jr., of Jersey Shore to Miss Polly HUFF, of Lycoming Twp., on 1st instant, by William Turner, Esq.

Henry H. RISSEL, of this Borough, to Miss Martha KLECKNER of Muncy Creek Twp., on Tuesday last, by Rev. Wagner

22 April 1834

A. W. STERLING, of Jersey Shore, to Miss Ellen H. SANDERSON of Milton, on Tuesday last, by Rev. Kirkpatrick

John MOORE, merchant of Lewisburg, died on 9th instant, aged 74 years

Hon. Isaac SMITH died on Friday 4th instant, in Mifflin Twp.

Mrs. Jane HUNT, of Dunstable Twp., died on 11th instant

Miss Maria OAKES, daughter of late Isaac, died in Washington Twp., on 14th instant aged 24 years

29 April 1834

William ARTHUR, lately of Muncy Creek Twp., in this county, has been sentenced to one years imprisonment in the house of refge by the court of Columbia Co. for forging a note.

Dr. Daniel N. L. RETTER, of Harrisburg, to Miss Mary HOOD of Kelly Twp., Union Co. in same, on Tuesday last by Rev. Thomas Hood

Mrs. Martha PARSONS, consort of William, died in Williamsport on 17th instant, aged 29 years

6 May 1834

Jonas KELCHNER, one of the editors of the States Advocate, to Miss Ellen MARR of Turbit Twp. in Turbit Twp., on Thursday last by Rev. Wagner

13 May 1834

John WEBB, to Miss Margaret MILLER, both of Jersey Shore, on Tuesday the 29th instant

Robert M'GOWAN, of Dunnsbrg, to Miss Harriet BABB of Jersey Shore, on Thursday, the 1st instant

Samuel PARKER, to Miss Hannah WENDLE, both of this Borough, on Sunday evening last, by Samuel Shoemaker, Esq.

20 May 1834

William R. PARK, of Jerseytown, son of Dr. Russel, died on 13th instant

27 May 1834

Col. John HULL, of this Borough, died Thursday last.

3 June 1834

Robert WILSON, to Miss Lucetta HINEY, both of Milton, on Tuesday last by Rev. Agee

John CALDWELL, son ofDan, Esq., died in White Deer Twp., Union Co., on Monday last, about 26 years ("Miltonian")

10 June 1834

William B. NORRIS, of Mifflin Co., to Miss Harriet, daughter of late Charles HALL, Esq., of Sunbury, in Lancaster, on Tuesday 27th last by Rev. Bowman

William BROWN, Esq., died in Lewistown on 31st last, aged about 50 years

17 June 1834

Accident - Thomas BARRET, of Penn Twp., drowned in a canal lock near Milton on Tuesday last.

Distressing Casualty - Sarah HAMILTON, about 4 years old, daughter of Robert, of this Twp. was literally burnt to death by her clothes taking fire on Monday evening, the 2nd

Isaac BROWN, to Miss Mary LAWRENCE, both of Milton, in Milton on Tuesday last

James M. KESTER, one of the editors of the Union Times, to Miss Catharine M. DENTLER, daughter of Jacob of Kelly Twp., at Lewisburg on Tuesday last

Mrs. Grissel WOOD, of Muncy Creek Twp., died Tuesday last

24 June 1834

No paper or no news reported.

1 July 1834

Abraham BAKER, merchant, of Jersey Shore, died in Williamsport on Saturday morning last.

8 July 1834

Sarah, consort of John L. WATSON and daughter of John M'CLEERY, Esq., of this Borough, died at M'Ewensville on Thursday last.

15 July 1834

Henry DAWSON to Miss Jane WALTON, both of this Borough, on Saturday evening last by Rev. Geo. C. Drake

Mrs. Susan MUSSER, wife of Joseph B., died at Lewisburg on 7th instant in the 28th year of her age, leaving 2 children and husband

John HILL, died at Hillsgrove on July 1st, in his 83rd year of age. One of the earliest settler in the neighborhood, he leaves a widow who had been his partner for upwards of 50 years and four children.

22 July 1834

No paper or no news reported.

29 July 1834

Peter BOWER, of Fairfield Twp., bled to death after cutting his leg with a scythe near the knee. He lived for about two hours after getting the cut. He died on Wednesday, 16th instant. Leaves a wife and several small children.

Hiram CREVLING, son of Alexander of Bloom Twp., Columbia Co. was killed by lightning on Wednesday afternoon. He had gone to the spring and, when returning, the storm struck and he took shelter under a tree.

Josha SAXTON, Esq., of Canton, one of the editors of the Ohio Repository to Miss Mary A. HEMPHILL of Huntingdon PA, on 15th instant at Huntingdon

Benjamin KOONS, to Miss Elizabeth THROUP, both of this place, in this Borough on the 14th instant

5 Aug. 1834

George HARTLEY, of Harrisburg, to Mrs. Jane ANDERSON of Lewistown, at Lewistown on 16th instant, by Rev. John Peebles.

Mrs. M'GINLEY, consort of Hugh, died in Chillisquaque Twp. on Monday last.

12 Aug. 1834

John L. CRYDER, died in Lancaster, Ohio on Monday the 7th last.

19 Aug. 1834

No paper or no news reported.

26 Aug. 1834

No paper or no news reported.

4 Sept. 1834

Frederick KOCH, to Miss Julianna SPIELMAN, both of Moreland Twp. on 14th last, by Rev. J. P. Scheetz

Elisha HESS to Miss Catherine BORNS both of Clinton Twp. on 14th lt by Rev. J. P. Scheetz

9 Sept. 1834 (Tuesday Publication)

Henry MILLER died in Williamsport a short time since, formerly one of the editors of the Lycoming Gazette.

Rev. Gregory T. BEDELL, of Protestant Episcopal Chrch at Baltimore, died on 31st last.

16 Sept. 1834

No paper or no news reported.

23 Sept. 1834

Gen. Gabriel HEISTER, late surveyor General of this Commonwealth, died near Harrisburg on 14th instant, aged 58 years.

James HOPKINS, Esq. died at Lancaster on the 14th instant, aged 77 years.

Philip S. MARKLEY, Esq. formerly member of Congress, died at Norristown.

30 Sept. 1834

James DOCTOR, of this Borough, to Miss Charlotte HORLOCHER of M'Ewensville, on Tuesday last, by Rev. J. P. Sheetz

John B. POTT, formerly a resident of this Borough, died at New Columbia, Union Co., on 22nd instant.

Mrs. Mary TAGGART died at New Columbia, Union Co., on the 16th instant, aged 79 years.

Dr. William PENDLETON, surgeon dentist, died at Lewistown on the 19th instant.

7 Oct. 1834

John C. OLIVER of Newbury, to Miss Agnes WOODWARD, daughter of A., Esq. of Williamsport on Tuesday last, by Rev. Thomas

John WHITE, to Miss Sarah GREEN, both of Shrewsbury Twp. on Sunday 21st instant, by Edward J. Eldred, Esq.

John Little DILL, to Miss Fanny B. HILL, both of Kent Co., MD, on 31st last, by Rev. Thomas Kill

Their cup of life may pleasre fill,
May death be far from Mr. Kill;
Though Mr. Kill had killed Miss Hill,
And Hill is turned to Little Dill.

Thomas GALLAGHER to Miss Elizabeth COOK, all of Pine Creek Twp., on Tuesday last by Rev. Grier

Jedediah IRISH, of Farrandsville to Miss Nancy CARNS, both of Pine Creek Twp., on Thursday last, by William Turner, Esq.

John TURK, Esq., Judge of court of common pleas of Sandusky Co., Ohio, died at Green Creek, Sandusky Co., formerly resident of Williamsport.

Peter F. SONES, died in Moreland on Monday 29th last.

14 Oct. 1834

No paper or no news reported.

18 Oct. 1834

Note: Saturday Publication

Thomas HAYES, of Lewisburg, to Miss Mary HULME, daughter of Joseph, of Danville, in Danville on 8th instant, by Rev. Dunlap

Erasmus D. DANIELS, son of late Dr. DANIELS, (died) at Beaver Meadows on 5th instant, aged 23 years.

28 Oct. 1834

Note: Tuesday Publication

Samuel J. PACKER, Esq., died at his residence in Sunbury, on Tuesday morning last, late Senator from Union and Northumberland Counties.

4 Nov. 1834

Alexander CUMMINGS Jr., Esq., editor of the Lycoming Chronicle, to Miss Sarah YARD of Philadelphia in Philadelphia on 28th last, by Rev. Charles Pitman

11 Nov. 1834

Dr. Alexander T. DEAN, of Harrisburg, died at Harrisburg on 1st instant.

Mrs. Frances LEWIS, widow of the late William, Esq. (died) at Northumberland on 24th last.

18 Nov. 1834

No paper or no news reported.

25 Nov. 1834

Alexander HEMPHILL, son of Hon. Judge HEMPHILL, died at Philadelphia on 17th instant.

William L. NORTH, formerly of Perry Co., died at the residence of Gen. William B. MITCHELL in Lancaster on Wednesday morning last.

2 Dec. 1834

Benjamin JOHNSTON, of this Borough, to Miss Louisa MCCARTY of Muncy Creek Twp., on Thursday last, at White Hall, by John F. Derr, Esq.

John SMITH, to Miss Rachel TAGGART, daughter of Thomas, Esq., all of Moreland Twp. on 30th last, by Israel Ludlow, Esq.

John FRIBLEY, to Mrs. Sarah SUTTON, both of Loyalsock Twp., on 20th last, by Rev. John Thomas

Daniel REPASS, to Miss Sarah HULING, both of Hughesville, on Sunday last, by Thomas Ellis Esq.

9 Dec. 1834

John JONES, of Muncy Twp. to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Jacob BAKER, of Wolf Twp., on Thursday the 4th instant, by Simon Schuyler, Esq.

16 Dec. 1834

Eliza M. LAIRD, daughter of late Thomas, Esq., of Columbia Co., died on 9th instant at the residence of Mr. William SMITH in Davidson Twp., aged 19 years.

Christian MENGAS died in Muncy Creek Twp. on Thursday last

23 Dec. 1834

P. F. BOYLAN, printer, formerly of Brooklyn, NY, to Miss Mary HUGGINS of Liverpool, in Liverpool on 12th instant, by James H. Case, Esq.

30 Dec. 1834

No paper or no news reported.

6 Jan. 1835

Samuel EDMISTON, Esq., treasurer and formerly sheriff of Mifflin Co., died at Lewiston, on 22nd last.

13 Jan. 1835

Oliver H. P. DUNCAN, to Miss Susan, daughter of James POTTER, Esq., both of Centre Co., on Tuesday, Dec. 30th last, by Rev. David McKinney

20 Jan. 1835

Note: Editor confined to bed.

27 Jan. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

3 Feb. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

10 Feb. 1835

Mrs. WISNER, widow woman, of Penn Twp., hung herself on Saturday last.

17 Feb. 1835

Note: Edited by S. McClay PATTERSON

24 Feb. 1835

Richard TAYLOR of Wolf Twp., to Miss Rody FARR of Moreland Twp., on Thursday the 19th instant, by Elder A. B. Winchell

Mrs. Mary, wife of Daniel HUNTZINGER, Esq., formerly of Franklin Twp., died on 31st Jan. last, in Jackson Twp., Wayne Co., Indiana

3 March 1835

James Potter PATTERSON died 27th Feb., former editor of the Muncy Telegraph, of pulmonary consumption. He died in his 23rd year of age. He was about 20 years of age when he started the paper.

10 March 1835

Martin DYE, of Limestone Twp.,to Miss Ann M'KEE, of Fairfield Twp. on 4th instant, by Elder A. B. Winchell

H. S. GRAHAM, merchant, to Miss Catharine JONES, both of Lewisburg, on Thursday the 15th last, by Rev. Marr

17 March 1835

Joseph STRAWBRIDGE, to Miss Susan R. IRELAND, both of Turbit Twp., died on the 12th last, by Rev. Bryson

Jacob HERREMAN, a soldier of the Revolution, died in Davidson Twp., on 12th instant.

24 March 1835

No paper or no news reported.

31 March 1835

7 April 1835

Note: Published by J. Kidd SHOEMAKER - Tuesday Publication.

David HANNA, Esq., deputy surveyor of Lycoming Co., to Miss Nancy, daughter of James DUNLAP, Esq., of Cumberland Co. on 17th last, by Rev. James Williamson

Frederick WATTS,Esq., to Miss Henrietta, only daughter of the late Michael EGE, of Carlisle, on 27th last. By Rev. George Duffield

14 April 1835

No paper or no news reported.

21 April 1835

Samuel CALDWELL, Esq., of Lycoming Co., to Miss Maria TAYLOR of Lancaster Co., on 10th last, by Rev. J. T. Marshall Davie

Jacob HEILMAN, to Miss Catharine PAGE, both of Clinton Twp., on 9th instant, by Rev. H. Wagner

Elijah HELWICK of Muncy Creek Twp., to Miss Sarah NERBER of Wolf Twp. on 9th instant, by Rev. Miller

Mary CUMMINGS, consort of late James CUMMINGS, of Washingtonville, (died) on Thursday morning last.

28 April 1835

Rev. David JUNKIN, to Miss Jane, daughter of John MCKLERY, Esq., in Chillisquaque on Tuesday last, by Rev. John B. Patterson

David DYKENS, of Williamsport, to Miss Sarah CATON of Milton, in Milton on 15th instant, by Samuel Barr, Esq.

James M'KISSEN died in Milton on Saturday week, aged about 65 years

5 May 1835

No paper or no news reported.

12 May 1835

Philip SMITH, to Miss Sarah SHIPMAN, both of Wolf Twp., on Thursday last, by Benjamin Warner, Esq.

Joseph WALTMAN, to Miss Mary GOSS, both of Clinton Twp., on Thursday the 30th last, by John Shaffer, Esq.

Benjamin BAILY, to Miss Elizabeth DIMM, daughter of Philip, of Turbit Twp., on 21st last, in Huron Co., Ohio

Mrs. Susannah HAVELICK, consort of Jeremiah, and daughter of Philip DIMM, of Turbit Twp., (died) on the 19th last, in Huron Co., Ohio

19 May 1835

F. S. PETERMAN, of Williamsport, to Miss Catharine CODER of Fairfield Twp., on Tuesday last, by Rev. Miller

Benjamin TOMB, of Lycoming Co., to Miss Ann LEONARD of Westchester, at Columbia on Sunday morning, the 3rd instant, by Rev. J. H. Symes

James T. HALE, Esq., of Lewistown, to Miss Jane WINTERS, daughter of Hon. Charles HUSTON of Bellefonte, in Bellefonte on Tuesday the 5th instant, by Rev. James Linn

26 May 1835

William BOONE, to Miss Sarah PLOTTS, both of Hughesville, on Thursday the 7th instant, by Rev. Sanks

Levi CODER, to Miss Leah HILE, both of Fairfield Twp., on 10th instant, by N. Borrows, Esq.

Henry LEES, of Moreland Twp., to Miss Eliza STITZEL of Turbit Twp. on 5th instant, by Rev. H. Wagner

Lewis HOWELL, to Miss Mary Ann BECK, both of Sunbury, on Tuesday evening last, by Rev. Depi

Susannah, widow of Henry SHOEMAKER, Esq., deceased, whom she survived better than 30 years, died Saturday last, 23rd instant, in Muncy Creek Twp. She was the oldest inhabitant and oldest settler on William PENN's Reserve called the Muncy Manor, having resided thereon above 50 years.

2 June 1835

No paper or no news reported.

9 June 1835

John LOW, of Moreland Twp., to Charlotte L., daughter of Silas M'CARTY of Muncy Creek Twp., on Thursday last, by John J. Crose, Esq.

Benjamin C. WHITACRE, of Muncy Twp., to Miss Margaret HESS of Clinton Twp. on Thursday last.

Margaret GORTNER, consort of Jacob, died on the 26th last, in Muncy Creek Twp.

Miss Ann GLIDEWELL, of Loyalsock, died in Danville on Wednesday last, aged 23 years.

Andrew GREGG, Esq., died on 20th last in Bellefonte in the 80th year of his age. He was among the earliest setters in Penn's Valley.

16 June 1835

No paper or no news reported.

23 June 1835

No paper or no news reported.

30 June 1835

Joseph SNYDER, to Miss Elizabeth CLECKNER, both of this Borough, at Danville on Saturday last, by John Donaldson, Esq.

John HENDERSON, died on 20th instant, in Shrewsbury Twp., aged 83 years, Soldier of the Revoltionary War. He immigrated to this county from the state of Delaware upwards of 30 years ago.

William MORRIS, son of Samuel HOFFMAN, of this Borough, died at the house of Robert ALLEN, on Lycoming Creek, on the 17th instant, aged 1 year and 8 days

7 July 1835

Note: No name space--- torn page.

14 July 1835

Joseph HILL, died in Moreland Twp. on 6th instant, in the 74th year of his age. He was one of the fearless few who settled in this country when it was necessary for them to have their firelocks at hand, to protect them from the depredations of the Indians. He served in the Revoltionary War and lived to see the wilderness in which he settled become a fruitful field. He was respected by all who knew him.

21 July 1835

William STOLTZ, to Miss Jane SMITH, both of Newberry, on Tuesday the 7th instant, by Rev. John Thomas

Anthony VANFLEET, of Nippenose Twp., to Miss Mary FUNSTON of William Twp. on Thursday the 9th instant, by Joseph Antes, Esq.

Mrs. ALLISON, consort of Isaac ALLISON, formerly of this Borough, (died) at Farrandsville on 3rd instant.

Notice: Is hereby given that my wife, Rebecca, hath left my bed and board without any cause or reason whatever. All persons are, therefore, notified not to harbor or trust the said Rebecca on my account, as I shall not become responsible for any debts so contracted. Simon DIMM, Wolf Twp.

28 July 1835

A child of Anthony WOODLEY, of Wolf Twp., aged between 2 and 3 years, drowned by falling from a bridge into the millrace on the 19th instant.

Jacob POST died in Moreland Twp. on Tuesday last.

4 Aug. 1835

John FOGLEMAN died in this Borough this morning, aged about 35 years.

James Madison, son of Gen. William A. PETRIKIN, died in this Borough on Saturday last, aged about 1 year.

William HARRIS, Esq., Sheriff of this county, died at Williamsport on Friday last.

11 Aug. 1835

Maj. John S. DYKINS, of this Borough, to Miss Jane, daughter of Daniel BUCK of Muncy Creek Twp., on Tuesday last by Rev. Shadden

Anne, consort of Everitt EDWARDS, of Muncy Creek Twp., (died) on Thursday morning last

David Lavis, died in Philadelphia on 22nd July in 7th year of his age. He was the second son of Alexander and Sophia CROSE.

18 Aug. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

25 Ag. 1835

J. W. HEYLMN, of White Deer, to Miss Catharine, daughter of Jacob GRAFIS, Esq., of Williamsport on Thursday last in Williamsport, by Rev. Isaac Grier

1 Sept. 1835

Samuel M'CLURE, died in Williamsport on 17th last, in the 22nd year of his age.

8 Sept. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

15 Sept. 1835

Dr. B. W. SLOAN of North Carolina to Miss Jane, daughter of John TORBET, of Williamsport, at Williamsport on 7th instant, by Rev. S. S. Sheddon

22 Sept. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

29 Sept. 1835

Richard PLUMBER, to Miss Elizabeth ORT, both of Fairfield Twp., in this place, on 15th instant, by Simon Schuyler, Esq.

6 Oct. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

13 Oct. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

20 Oct. 1835

John LUSH, to Miss Catharine NERBER, both of Wolf Twp., on Thursday last, by Rev. Grimm

Mrs. Margaret SNIDER, consort of John SNIDER, near Selinsgrove, died on Thursday the 15th instant, aged 30 years.

27 Oct. 1835

Thomas G. DOWNING, of Franklin Twp., to Miss Mary WHEELER, of Wuchlan Twp., Chester Co., on 15th instant, by John F. Denny, Esq.

Joel HINCKLEY, to Miss Theodocia, daughter of William GRAYDON, Esq., at Harrisburg on Thursday the 15th instant, by Rev. William R. DeWitt

3 Nov. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

10 Nov. 1835

Samuel GINTER, of Muncy Creek Twp., formerly of New Columbia, Union Co. to Miss Mary HUMMEL of Muncy Creek Twp., on Thursday last, by John J. Crose, Esq.

Joseph GREEN, of Lewisburg, to Miss Jane HOWARD, of East Buffalo, Union Co. on the 21st last, by Rev. Thomas Hood.

Rev. Phineas MARR, to Miss Mary, daughter of Alexander GRAHAM, of Lewisburg, on 26th last. by Rev. Robert P. Dunlap

17 Nov. 1835

No paper or no news reported.

24 Nov. 1835

David STORICK, to Miss Martha HILER(?), both of this place, on Tuesday evening last, by S. Schuyler, Esq.

5 Dec. 1835

Charles G. DONNEL, Esq., to Miss Amelia D. HIGGINS, both of Sunbury, on Sunday last, the 29th last, at St. James Chrch in this Borough, by Rev. Isaac Smith

Daniel GOTSHALL, junior editor of the Stark County Democrat, formerly of this county, to Miss Rebecca MARTIN, both of that place, at Canton, Stark Co., Ohio, on 19th last, by Rev. M. Colt.

12 Dec. 1835

John HALFPENNY, of this Borough, to Miss Mary Ann FISHER, of Muncy Creek Twp., on Thursday last, by J. J. Crose, Esq.

Mrs. Jane Keith SLOAN, daughter of John TORBERT, of Williamsport, died near Kenansville, NC, on 12th last.

Mrs. Hannah GRAY, consort of Maj. Robert, deceased, in Sunbury on 26th last, aged about 60 years.

Seth CHAPMAN, late President Justice of this District, died in Northumberland on Saturday last.

19 Dec. 1835

Samuel PATTERSON, to Miss Margaret MOYER, both of Kelly Twp, on Thursday 3rd instant, by Rev. J. G. Anspach

David FRANTZ, of Penn Twp., to Miss Martha WARREN, of Moreland Twp. on 17th instant, by John J. Crose, Esq.

26 Dec. 1835

Notice: Whereas my wife, Charlotte, hath left my bed and board on her own account, and without any reasonable case whatever, I hereby notify all persons not to trust or give her credit on my account, as I shall not be responsible for, not pay any debts contracted by, her. John LOW, Moreland Twp.

Jacob C. WALLIS, of Wolf Twp,. to Miss Mary DIMM of Turbit Twp. on Thursday last, by S. Schuyler, Esq.

2 Jan. 1836

No paper or no news reported.

9 Jan. 1836

John FLACK, of this Borough, to Miss Mercy, daughter of Benjamin SHOEMAKER, of Muncy Creek Twp., on Thursday last, by Rev. Isaac Smith

Charles SEEBOLD, to Miss Mary, daughter of P. FRANK, Esq., all of New Berlin, on Friday the 1st instant, by Rev. Fries

George YOUNGMAN, of Centre Co., to Miss Keziah CHAMBERS of West Buffaloe, Union Co. on Thursday 31st last, by Rev. Todd

16 Jan. 1836

Rev. George C. DRAKE, of Bloomsburg, to Miss Margaret, daughter of the late Jacob SHOEMAKER, Esq., of Muncy Creek Twp., on Tuesday morning last, by Rev. Isaac Smith

23 Jan. 1836

No paper or no news reported.

30 Jan. 1836

Rev. Benjamin HUTCHINS, late rector of St. Johns Chrch, York, to Miss Mary H. SPANGLER of York, on Sunday last, the 24th instant, by Rev. George Boyd, in St. John's Church. Northern Liberties

Thomas LONGAN, to Miss Mary Ann NICE, all of Jersey Shore, on Thursday the 21st instant, by Rev. G. Higgins

Moses ROBISON of Williamsport, to Miss Margaret MEEM of Jersey Shore, on Thursday the 21st instant, by Rev. G. Higgins

Daniel FOLLMER, to Miss Margaret ANDERSON, all of Derry Twp., Columbia Co., on Tuesday the 26th instant, by Rev. G. Higgins

Robert FARIES, civil engineer, to Miss Mary Jane, daughter of F. C. CAMPBELL, Esq., both of Williamsport, at Williamsport on Tuesday last, by Rev. Samuel Shedden

James TRIMBLE, late deputy secretary of the Commonwealth, died at Harrisburg, Monday last. (no age given)

6 Feb. 1836

Lewis KRUMBHAAR, Esq., member of the House of Representatives, from Philadelphia, died at Mr. WILSON's hotel in Harrisburg on Monday afternoon about 3 o'clock.

13 Feb. 1836

Mrs. Eleanor, consort of Joshua BOWMAN and daughter of John MONTGOMERY, Esq., of Clinton Twp., died in this Borough on Thursday morning last. (no age given)

Mrs. MONTGOMERY, consort of Dr. Hugh of Williamsport, died on Sunday morning last at the residence of John MONTGOMERY, Jr., in Clinton Twp.

David FOWLER died in Clinton Twp. on Monday evening last.

Mrs. Mary, wife of Hugh M'GINLEY, died at Philadelphia on Tuesday morning the 2nd instant, aged 39 years.

20 Feb. 1836

Commonwealth vs John EARLS: trial for the murder of his wife by administering arsenic in a bowl of chocolate during her confinement in Oct. last. The jury found him gilty and sentenced him to hang. (Extended coverage of trial testimony)

27 Feb. 1836

Mrs. Eleanor, consort of John MONTGOMERY, Esq., died in Clinton Twp. on Monday morning last.

Christian, daughter of Philip GINTRE, died in Muncy Creek Twp. on Wednesday morning last, aged about 15 years.

5 March 1836

John EARLS - Indicted for the murder of Catharine EARLS - 70 witnesses called. (all testimony given on p. 1 & 2.)

Peter ZURFASS, to Miss Hester SHETTY, all of Turbit Twp., Northumberland co., in this Borough on Thursday the 25th last, by S. Schuyler, Esq.

Francis BULL of Columbia co., to Miss Mary LITCHART of Muncy Creek Twp., on Thursday last, by S. Schuyler, Esq.

James WHITSON, to Miss Catharine, d/o Col. John PIATT, both of Washington Twp., by Rev. J. Grier. (no date given)

Robert BARBER, 4th, to Miss Martha, daughter of Capt. John FORSTER, at Mifflinbrg on 3rd instant, by Rev. Todd

Miss Elizabeth ADLUM died on Tuesday last at the residence of Mr. Joseph WHITACRE in Muncy Twp., at an advanced age.

John MONTGOMERY, died on Thursday evening at Paradise in Northumberland Co., after a short illness, aged about 35 years.

Mrs. Mary WILSON, relict of the late Judge WILSON, died at her residence in Chilisquaque Twp. on Monday night the 29th last, after a protracted illness, in her 74th of age.

12 March 1836

No paper or no news reported.

19 March 1836

Mrs. Robert RISK, died in this Borough yesterday morning. (no age given)

Major John ADLUM, died at his residence in "The Vineyard", near Georgetown, DC, on the 1st instant, aged 76 years and 11 months. He was a soldier of the Revolution. Leaves a widow and 2 daughters.

Miss Elizabeth ADLUM died on the 29th last in Muncy Twp. at the residence of Joseph WHITACRE, aged 75 years, 1 month.

Thomas PUDEGRAFF, Jr., died on Tuesday morning last after a lingering illness in Williamsport, aged about 22 years.

Chief GAR -YAN-WAH-GAH (or "Cornplanter") died on the 7th Feb. on the Seneca Reservation in PA, aged about 100 years.

26 March 1836

Joseph BENNET, of Shrewsbury Twp., to Miss Sarah, daughter of Benjamin FIESTER of Moreland Twp., on Wednesday evening the 9th instant, by Edward J. Eldred, Esq.

2 April 1836

New Post Office in Clinton Twp., to be called "Black Hole"; Samuel RANK to be post master

Reese DAVIS died on Tuesday morning last at the residence of his son in Muncy Creek Twp., one of the earliest settlers in this neighborhood.

9 April 1836

No paper or no news reported.

16 April 1836

Daniel DIEM, to Miss Christiana MINEGER, both of Turbit Twp., Northumberland co., in this Borough on Thursday last, by S. Shoemaker, Esq.

Oct 1833 - Apr 1836



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