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From Newspaper Records from Tioga County PA Multiple Volumes, Abstracted by Ruth Wetherbee, Julia Wetherbee, Rhoda ENGLISH Ladd, William A. Ladd. Also additional submissions sent in by Tri Counties Web Site Volunteers

All data copied from newspaper file as it appeared in the record using their spelling. The original copies of the newspapers are on file at the Green Free Library located in Wellsboro. Published 1981. Permission for reprinting on the Tri-County Web Sites given by Rhoda ENGLISH Ladd in 1997.

Tioga Agitator 1863 - Abstracts Part Three

Reprinted with permission of Rhoda ENGLISH Ladd from Tioga County Newspaper Records Volume NINE. Thank you Harold Hooper for retyping these.
Year Day/Month Event Name  
1863 27 MAY O ? A list of Post offices in Tioga County and Postmaster.
1863 5 AUG D Adams, Bernard Co.B. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 9 SEP M Alexander, Agnes m at Fall Brook, 4th instant, at the residence of Mr. Alexander Pollock, by the Rev. R.W. McCormick, Mr. Nichol, McNichol to Miss Agnes Alexander.
1863 15 APR D Alford, James d in Tioga, 25th ultimo of diphtheria and typhoid fever, James L., son of Steven C. & Ruth Alford aged 7 years & 6 months.
1863 16 SEP M Allen, Charles m on the 13th instant, by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr. Charles B. Allen to Miss Anna Roland, both of Delmar.
1863 15 JUL D Atherton, Harriet d in Charleston,. July 8th 1863, Harriet Atherton, daughter of Aruna Atherton, in the 24th year of her age.
1863 5 AUG D Ayers, A.J. Co.K. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 1 APR D Bacon, Lewis d in Delmar, at the residence of Oliver Bacon, Esq., on the 5th instant, Lewis Bacon, aged 56 years and 21 days. He was a member of Co. I. 45th Regt. Pa. Vols.
1863 19 AUG D Bacon, Susan d in Keeneyville, 10th instant of consumption, Mrs. Susan Bacon, aged 41 years.
1863 5 AUG D Baldwin, Joseph H. Co.D. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 1 JUL M Belcher, D.H. m in Wellsboro, 27th ultimo, by A.S. Brewster, Mr. D.H. Belcher of Co. G., 45th Regt. P.V. to Miss Addie Spencer of Delmar, Pa.
1863 17 JUN D Bell, Jennie d in Wellsboro, on the 7th instant, Mrs. Jennie S. Bell, wife of Rev. John D. Bell, in the 26th year of her age. She was born in Franklin county, Mass. She was the only daughter of Jeremiah and Sophronia Manning, both deceased. She leaves two brothers, one of whom resides at Boston and the other at Shelburne Falls,.Mass. She was converted in early life at Shelburne Falls and united with the Methodist Episcopal Church. In January 1862, she was united in marriage to the Rev. J.D. Bell, who was at that time Pastor of the Church in that place. They removed to Hammondsport, N.Y. in the latter part of January 1862, where Mr. Bell exercised the pastorate of the M.E. Church until the session of the Eastern Genesee Conference, in the following September, when they were appointed to Wellsboro. Mrs. Bell though so recently a stranger in the place had endeared herself to a large circle of admiring and loving friends. She was possessed of rare qualities of mind and heart, and her loss will be deeply felt by her devoted n
1863 5 AUG D Bell, William Co. F. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 29 APR D Bennet, Mary d in Niles Valley, 20th instant, Mary E., daughter of Luther C. and Anna S. Bennet, aged 3 years.
1863 15 JUL M Bernauer, Joseph m by Andrew Crowl, Esq., in Wellsboro, July 4th 1863, Mr. Joseph T. Bernauer and Miss Edna Fellows, both of Delmar, Pa.
1863 15 APR M Blackman, Mary m at Knoxville, 10th instant, by J.P. Biles, Esq., Mr. Chester C. Hopkins to Miss Mary E. Blackman, both of Knoxville,. Pa.
1863 5 AUG D Brewer, Charles Co.G. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 9 SEP M Brown, David m at Morris Run, 1st instant, by Rev. R.W. McCormick, Mr. David Brown to Miss Helen Wallace, both of Morris Run, Pa.
1863 15 JUL M Burns, P.P. m on July 4th 1863, by Rev. R.L. Stilwell, Mr. P.P. Burns and Miss Lucy E. Morely, both of Burlington, Bradford Co., Pa.
1863 8 APR D Butler, Jennie d in Stoney Fork, on the 21st ultimo, Jennie H., youngest daugher of George & Lydia Butler, aged 10 months & 7 days.
1863 30 SEP M Campbell, Mary m September 4th by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Thomas Covenry of Mansfield to Miss Mary Campbell of Covington.
1863 5 AUG D Card, O.A. Co.K. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 5 AUG D Castor, H.A. Co.C.Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 24 JUN D Catlin, Nellie d in Charleston, 15th instant, Nellie, daughter of James & Caroline Catlin, aged 5 years 3 months and 15 days.
1863 2 SEP M Chase, Marian m in Middlebury, 24th ultimo, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. George W. Potter and Miss Marian M. Chase, both of Middlebury, Pa.
1863 5 AUG D Christian, G.F. Co. A. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg. ( Not reported before.)
1863 23 SEP D Cook, John d in Otsego, Mich., August 27th 1863, John T Cook, aged 53 years 10 months and 16 days. He was born in the town of Lindley, Steuben County, N.Y. in the year 1809. He went to Otsego, Mich., December 1st, 1860, where he resided until his death. He leaves a wife, daughter and son. The Pastor of the Baptist Church of Otsego officiated at the funeral.
1863 30 SEP M Covenry, Thomas m September 4th by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Thomas Covenry of Mansfield to Miss Mary Campbell of Covington.
1863 19 AUG D Cowden, James F. (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 19 AUG D Crandall, Joseph (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualtmes not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 19 AUG D Crossett, Martin (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist$Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 29 APR D Dartt, Frankie d in Charleston, 3d instant, Frankie, son of Chauncey and Harriet Dartt, aged 1 year and 9 months.
1863 16 SEP D Darttm Chauncey d in Charleston, 9th instant, of typhoid fever, Chauncey Dartt, son of Justus Dartt in the 48th year of his age. He was a member of the M.E. church for between 30 to 35 years. Leaves a wife and children. (seven in number) Funeral services were held the 11th instant, J. Ingerick officiating.
1863 5 AUG D Davis, John Co.H. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 15 JUL D Dimmick, Edwin d at the Battle of Gettysburg: Capt. A.J. Sofield, in his 39th year, killed on the first day of battle ( July 1st.) by an exploding shell. He leaves a wife and children. Edwin W. Dimmick of Shippen and Nathan Wilcox, of Delmarl were killed by the same explosion. Mr Dimmick, too, leaves a wife and children. Mr. Wilcox was unmarried but leaves a widowed mothern whose heart has been thrice bereaved of her children within a year. Additional lo{ses in Co. A. 149th Regt. M. Fetzer of Germania, Curtis Gleason of Farmington; R.B. Martin of Farmington & Corwin Howe of Deerfield.
1863 29 JUL D Dortt, son of d of consumption, July 5th 1863, in the town of Charleston, son of Mr. J.D. and Mary Dortt, formerly of Delmar in the 26th year of his age.
1863 22 JUL D Douglass, Benjamin d, Benjamin, youngest son of Rev. B.J. Douglass, was drowned on the 6th instant, in a hole in an unused brickyard back of Collegiate Institute. He was 8 years of age. "Bradford Reporter"
1863 5 AUG D Drake, Isaac C. Co.I. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 15 JUL D Drum, Olive d at her mother's in Richmond, May 29th 1863, Mrs. Olive S.F. Drum, only surviving daughter of Edward and Abigail Faulkner. She was married to MR. J.R. Drum of Williamsport, Pa. In April 1861 by her grandfather, Rev. Lyman Beach, of Oneida Conference. She was the mother of a little son, Frankie R., born April 1, 1861 and who died the 10th of August following. (Her father was deceased and she had three brothers in the Government Service.
1863 13 MAY M Elliott, V.A. m in Cherry Flatts, 10th instant, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. V.A. Elliott of Charleston to Miss Josephine Gillette of Covington.
1863 2 SEP D Essletine, C. Fatal Accident. Mr. C. Essletine of Herrickville, was gored by a bull on the 25th ultimo and died a few hours later. "Bradford Argus"
1863 19 AUG D Farrey, Robert Homicide. Killed in Blossburg, Pa., on the 7th instant, Robert Farrey, a miner from Scranton.
1863 15 APR D Faulkner, Jessie d at Mitchells Creek, Tioga Co., Pa., March 9th, of diphtheria, Jessie M., only child of John E & Maletta A. Faulkner, aged 1 year and 10 months.
1863 24 JUN M Feagles, Samuel m in Farmington township, 14th instant, by James Beebe, Esq., Mr. Samuel H. Feagles of Byron, Genesee County, N.Y. to Miss Nettie Harrower of Farmington.
1863 15 JUL M Fellows, Edna m by Andrew Crowl, Esq., in Wellsboro, July 4th 1863, Mr. Joseph T. Bernauer and Miss Edna Fellows, both of Delmar, Pa.
1863 15 JUL D Fetzer, M. d at the Battle of Gettysburg: Capt. A.J. Sofield, in his 39th year, killed on the first day of battle ( July 1st.) by an exploding shell. He leaves a wife and children. Edwin W. Dimmick of Shippen and Nathan Wilcox, of Delmar, were killed by the same explosion. Mr Dimmick, too, leaves a wife and children. Mr. Wilcox was unmarried but leaves a widowed mothern whose heart has been thrice bereaved of her children within a year. Additional losses in Co. A. 149th Regt. M. Fetzer of`Germania, Curtis Gleason of Farmington? R.B. Martin of Farmington & Corwin Howe of Deerfield.
1863 5 AUG M Field, Darwin m in Wellsboro, August 2d 1863 by Andvew Crowl, Esq., Mr. Darwin Field to Miws Luraina Torpy, both of Delmar.
1863 5 AUG D Flemming, W. Co.B. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 10 JUN M Franklin, Ann m in Govington township, 30th ultimo, by Ira Patchin, Esq., at the residence of S.W. Darling, Mr. William Henry Jessup to Miws Ann Augusta Franklin, all of Covington.
1863 23 SEP M Frost, Ashbel m in Charleston, 10th instant, by Chas. Close, Esq., Mr. Ashbel Frost of Sullivan to Miss Adaline Morsman, of Charleston.
1863 13 MAY M Gillette, Josephine m in Cherry Flatts, 10th instant, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. V.A. Elliott of Charleston to Miss Josephine Gillette of Covington.
1863 15 JUL D Gleason, Curtis d at the Battle of Gettysburg: Capt. A.J. Sofield, in his 39th year, killed on the first day of battle ( July 1st.) by an exploding shell. He leaves a wife and children. Edwin W. Dimmick of Shippen and Nathan Wilcox, of Delmar, were killed by the same explosion. Mr Dimmick, too, leaves a wife and children. Mr. Wilcox was unmarried but leaves a widowed mothern whose heart has been thrice bereaved of her children within a year. Additional losses in Co. A. 149th Regt. M. Fetzer of Germania, Curtis Gleason of Farmington; R.B. Martin of Farmington & Corwin Howe of Deerfield.
1863 30 SEP M Gleason, F.G. m in Wellsboro, 25th instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq. Mr. F.G. Gleason of Deerfield and Miss Rebecca Rolley of Farmington, Pa.
1863 17 JUN D Goodrich, William d near Tioga village, 8th instant, of hemorrhage of the bowels, induced probably by a hurt sustained some two days previous, William Henry Goodrich, son of John M. & Harriet Goodrich, aged 6 years, 11 months and 25 days.
1863 30 SEP M Graves, Jennie m Sept 23d by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. John B. Shakespear of Wellsboro to Miss Jennie Graves of Elkland.
1863 15 JUL M Griffin, Josiah m in Charleston, at the residence of the bride's father, July 4th 1863, by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr. Josiah Griffin of Delmar to Miss Harriet Sabin of Charleston.
1863 15 APR M Grinnell, George m in Shippen, 12th instant, by J.A. Darling, Esq., Mr. George L. Grinnell, formerly of El Dorada county, California to Miss Eliza Jane Thompson, of Gaines, Tioga co. Pa.
1863 30 SEP M Gruver, Martin m Sept. 20th by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Martin A. Gruver of Union to Miss Almeda A. Landrus, of Blossburg.
1863 5 AUG D Hall, L. Co.C. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 5 AUG D Hamner, George D George W. Hamner or ( Hanmer ) Tioga County, who enlisted in August 1862 in Co. E. 77th Regt. P.V. and shortly after left to join his regt., in Tenn., was killed in the late engagement of Liberty Gap, Tenn.
1863 5 AUG D Harmony, W.H. Co.I. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 24 JUN M Harrower, Nettie m in Farmington township, 14th instant, by James Beebe, Esq., Mr. Samuel H. Feagles of Byron, Genesee County, N.Y. to Miss Nettie Harrower of Farmington.
1863 23 SEP M Haslett, Marean m in Keeneyville, 4th instant, by G.D> Keeney, Esq., Mr. Marean Haslett (Hazlett) to Mrs Eleanor Tubbs, all of Middlebury.
1863 6 MAY D Hastings, Betsey d in Wellsboro, 24th ultimo, Betsey A. Hastings, aged 23 years, 6 months and 25 days.
1863 2 SEP M Heise, John m at the Methodist Parsonage in Wellsboro, August 27th, Mr. John Heise and Miss Rhoda M. Willard, both of the town of Delmar, Pa.
1863 5 AUG D Hill, Foster Letters from Army 45th Pa. Regt. Camp near Jackson, Miss. Letter dated July 14th 1863. Corporal James Navle of Co. C was shot through the neck and shoulder and instantly killed. Foster Hill, a Sgt., of Co. F., from Clymer was mortally wounded in the shoulder. He died July 14th. Frank Stratton of Co. H. from Hollidaytown was shot through the head.
1863 10 JUN M Hollands, Mary m in Mansfield, May 19, at the house of Mr. William Hollands, by Rev. M.L. Reynolds, Mr. Isaac Stickney of West Addison, N.Y. and Miss Mary R Hollands of Mansfield.
1863 15 APR M Hopkins, Chester m at Knoxville, 10th instant, by J.P. Biles, Esq., Mr. Chester C. Hopkins to Miss Mary E. Blackman, both of Knoxville,. Pa.
1863 15 JUL M Hovey, Mary m on June 9, 1863 by Rev. R. L. Stilwell, Mr. W.L. Mather and Miss Mary M Hovey of Ulster, Bradrord Co., Pa.
1863 15 JUL D Howe, Corwin d at the Battle of Gettysburg: Capt. A.J. Sofield, in his 39th year, killed on the first day of battle ( July 1st.) by an exploding shell. He leaves a wife and children. Edwin W. Dimmick of Shippen and Nathan Wilcox, of Delmar, were killed by the same explosion. Mr Dimmick, too, leaves a wife and children. Mr. Wilcox was unmarried but leaves a widowed mothern whose heart has been thrice bereaved of her children within a year. Additional losses in Co. A. 149th Regt. M. Fetzer of Germania, Curtis Gleason of Farmington; R.B. Martin of Farmington & Corwin Howe of Deerfield.
1863 19 AUG D Hoyt, Joseph (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 19 AUG D Huck, William (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 1 APR D Hughes, Benjamin d at Bell's Landing, Va., on the 6th ultimo, of inflammation of the lungs, Benjamin Hughes, in the 24th year of his age. He was a member of Co. G. 149th Regt. Pa. Vols. His body was sent by Express to Blossburg where it arrived on the 13th, and where it was received by his sorrowing parents. He was buried on the 15th with military honors. Services by Rev. Mr. Hammond of Covington. About 750 attended the funeral.
1863 30 SEP M Hymes, Martha m Sept 21st by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Volentine W. Lewis to Miss Martha M. Hymes, both of Middlebury.
1863 19 AUG D Impson, Benjamin (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 19 AUG D Ingersoll, David (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 22 APR D Inscho, Henry d near Lawrenceville, April 3, Henry Inscho, of camp fever, aged 23 years. He was a member of the 107th N.Y.V. and filled the position of Commissary Sgt.
1863 10 JUN M Jessup, William m in Covington township, 30th ultimo, by Ira Patchin, Esq., at the residence of S.W. Darling, Mr. William Henry Jessup to Miss Ann Augusta Franklin, all of Covington.
1863 5 AUG D Johnson, Helen d in Charleston, Aug 1st 1863, of Diphtheria, Helen Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Lydia Jane Johnson, in the 16th year of her life.
1863 13 MAY D Johnston, Arthur d in Tioga at the residence of Col. H.O. Johnston, 2d instant of diphtheria, Arthur Hohnston, son of Waldron C. & Ellan A. Johnston, aged 2 years 2 months 27 days.
1863 19 AUG D Jones, John E. (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 13 MAY M Jones, Mary m in Elkland, 9th instant, at the house of Benj. Barse, by E.S. Culver, esq., Mr. Orlando tarbox of Tioga county, N.Y. to Miss Mary E. Jones of Bingham Potter County, Pa.
1863 22 APR D Kelsey, Daniel d, Daniel Kelsey, Esq., of Delmar. He was a native of New Hampshire and emigrated to this county in 1807. He was at that period 30 years of age. Then, Wellsboro was not, and the place it now occupies was a swampy timber tract. (lengthy obituary--no relatives names given.)
1863 1 JUL D Kelts, Victor d at Camp Parol Hospital, Annapolis, Md., of inflamation of the lungs, Victor Leroy Kelts, of co. B. 16th Pa. Cavalry of Lawrenceville, Tioga County, Pa., aged 29 years, 11 months and 21 days.
1863 19 AUG D Kennedy, George E. (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 19 AUG D Kirkpatrick, John (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 3 JUN M Kleinhaus, Hannah m in Wellsboro, 26th ultimo, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. O.A. Smith of Elk and Miss Hannah Klienhaus of Germania, Pa.
1863 19 AUG D Kriner, George (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 30 SEP M Landrus, Almeda m Sept. 20th by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Martin A. Gruver of Union to Miss Almeda A. Landrus, of Blossburg.
1863 3 JUN M Lay, Paulina m in Wellsboro, at the Parsonage, by Rev. J.D. Bell, on the 28th ultimo, Mr. Lewis Smith of Wellsboro and Miss Paulina Lay of Columbia Flatts.
1863 5 AUG D Lenz, Henry Co.C. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 30 SEP M Lewis, Volentine m Sept 21st by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Volentine W. Lewis to Miss Martha M. Hymes, both of Middlebury.
1863 27 MAY M Margraff, Albert m in Wellsboro, 23d instant at the house of Mr. Blatner, by Rev. J.D. Bell, Mr. Albert Margraff of Wellsboro to Miss Eliza Vogler of Langeuriesen, Germany.
1863 15 JUL D Martin, R.B. d at the Battle of Gettysburg: Capt. A.J. Sofield, in his 39th year, killed on the first day of battle ( July 1st.) by an exploding shell. He leaves a wife and children. Edwin W. Dimmick of Shippen and Nathan Wilcox, of Delmar, were killed by the same explosion. Mr Dimmick, too, leaves a wife and children. Mr. Wilcox was unmarried but leaves a widowed mothern whose heart has been thrice bereaved of her children within a year. Additional losses in Co. A. 149th Regt. M. Fetzer of Germania, Curtis Gleason of Farmington; R.B. Martin of Farmington & Corwin Howe of Deerfield.
1863 16 SEP D Marvin, George d in Charleston, 9th instant, of consumption, George C. Marvin, in the 49th year of his age. The deceased leaves a wife and seven children (2 sons in the Army) Funeral was held 12 instant, J. Ingerick officiating.
1863 15 JUL M Mather, W.L. m on June 9, 1863 by Rev. R. L. Stilwell, Mr. W.L. Mather and Miss Mary M Hovey of Ulster, Bradrord Co., Pa.
1863 5 AUG D Maxwell, George Co.H. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 19 AUG D McCarty, H.H. (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 19 AUG D McIntyre, Belle d in Jackson, 8th instant, Belle, only daughter of W.S. and Lorena C. McIntyre, aged 5 years 2 months and 29 days.
1863 9 SEP M McNichol, Nichol m at Fall Brook, 4th instant, at the residence of Mr. Alexander Pollock, by the Rev. R.W. McCormick, Mr. Nichol, McNichol to Miss Agnes Alexander.
1863 19 AUG D Mickle, George E. (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 5 AUG D Millard, Weston Co. F. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 15 APR D Mitchell, Stella d at Mitchells Creek, Tioga Co., Pa., March 20th, of diphtheria, Stella Josephine, youngest child of William K & Jane E. Mitchell, aged 2 years and 3 months.
1863 2 SEP M Mitchell, T.J. m at the house of M. Kelsey in Holidaytown, 25th ultimo, by the Rev. A. Woodard, Mr. T.J. Mitchell, of Lawrence to Miss Amelia Townner, of Middlebury.
1863 1 APR D Monro, Mrs. B. d in Sullivan, 18th ultimo, Mrs. B. Monro, aged 43 years, 5 months, 23 days.
1863 15 JUL M Morely, Lucy m on July 4th 1863, by Rev. R.L. Stilwell, Mr. P.P. Burns and Miss Lucy E. Morely, both of Burlington, Bradford Co., Pa.
1863 20 MAY D Morgans, Walter d in Charleston, 7th instant, Walter Morgans, in the 96th year of his age. He was born in Wales and lived there 70 year of his life--at this advanced period, with his wife and children he emigrated to this country, Twenty-two years ago, in early Spring, the Welsh Church was organized in Mr. Morgans' house, consisting then of six members, and himself and his good wife were elected deacons. For several years his house was the church for the worship of this little band-- a church always open to welcome the devout.
1863 23 SEP M Morsman, Adaline m in Charleston, 10th instant, by Chas. Close, Esq., Mr. Ashbel Frost of Sullivan to Miss Adaline Morsman, of Charleston.
1863 5 AUG D Navle, James  Letters from Army 45th Pa. Regt. Camp near Jackson, Miss. Letter dated July 14th 1863. Corporal James Navle of Co. C was shot through the neck and shoulder and instantly killed. Foster Hill, a Sgt., of Co. F., from Clymer was mortally wounded in the shoulder. He died July 14th. Frank Stratton of Co. H. from Hollidaytown was shot through the head.
1863 5 AUG D Nevil, Jacob B. Co. F. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 24 JUN D Nobles, George d in the General Hospital, at Aquia Creek, Va., on the 11th instant, of lung fever, Mr. George A. Nobles, of Delmar, Tioga County, Pa. Aged 20 years 4 months 12 days.
1863 8 APR D Plank, Henry d on the 15th ultimo, near Stoneman's Switch, on the Aquia Creek and Falmouth railroad, Va. , of typhoid fever, Henry F. Plank, Sergeant of Co.F, 86th Regt, N.Y.S.V. and son of Sylvester L. Plank of Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pa.
1863 19 AUG D Pollard, Emery (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 2 SEP M Potter, George m in Middlebury, 24th ultimo, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. George W. Potter and Miss Marian M. Chase, both of Middlebury, Pa.
1863 6 MAY D Potter, Mary d in Cherry Flatts, 29th ult., after a protracted illness, Mary L., daughter of J. B. & Amy E. Potter, aged 1 year & 8 months.
1863 22 JUL D Prutsman, Harland d near Tioga, June 21st., Harland L. Prutsman, late a Lieutenant in Co. A. 136th P.V. aged 24 years and 10 months. He was the son of Andrew Prutsman, a farmer, living a short distance below Tioga, and he was born August 19th 1863, near the old homestead, where he died. ( Note: The year of his birth cannot be correct)
1863 26 AUG D Purple, Norman d of Judge Purple in Illinois. No date of death given. Judge Norman H. Purple read law in Tioga county, Pa. And was admitted to the bar the 20th of September 1830. After his admission he remained in Wellsboro for 7 years. Judge Purple changed his residence from Pennsylvania to Illinois late in the fall of 1837. He was one of the Justices of the Superior Court of$Illinois. His survivors were his widow and family. ( NOTE: The names of his wife and children were not given. )
1863 5 AUG D Raymond, Warren Sgt. Co.I. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 29 APR D Rees, Mary d in Charleston, 17th instant of typhoid fever, Mary Rees, in the 23d year of her age. Member of the Welsh Congregational Church.
1863 29 JUL D Robins, Oliver Letter from the Army. 14th U.S. Infantry dated July 10, 1863. Oliver Robins was shot through the body and killed instantly at the Battle of Gettysburg. On the 17th of June, Henry Slingerland, died at the hospital in Washington. He left us sick at camp near Falmouth, Va.
1863 16 SEP M Roland, Anna m on the 13th instant, by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr. Charles B. Allen to Miss Anna Roland, both of Delmar.
1863 30 SEP M Rolley, Rebecca m in Wellsboro, 25th instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq. Mr. F.G. Gleason of Deerfield and Miss Rebecca Rolley of Farmington, Pa.
1863 5 AUG D Rownds, Corp J.W. Co.K. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 19 AUG D Royce, Ithiel (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 15 JUL M Sabin, Harriet m in Charleston, at the residence of the bride's father, July 4th 1863, by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr. Josiah Griffin of Delmar to Miss Harriet Sabin of Charleston.
1863 1 APR D Sears, Lura d in Wellsboro, 28th ultimo, of scarlet fever, Lura Rockwood, only daughter of L.A. & F.M. Sears, aged 1year and 21 days.
1863 19 AUG M Shaff, Matilda m in Middlebury, 15th instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Jacob Shaffner to Miss Matilda S. Shaff, both of Middlebury.
1863 19 AUG M Shaffner, Jacob m in Middlebury, 15th instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Jacob Shaffner to Miss Matilda S. Shaff, both of Middlebury.
1863 30 SEP M Shakespear, Emma m Sept 23d by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. William W. Wells of Hume,N.Y. to Miss Emma L Shakespear of Mansfield, Pa.
1863 30 SEP M Shakespear, John m Sept 23d by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. John B. Shakespear of Wellsboro to Miss Jennie Graves of Elkland.
1863 19 AUG D Sheeler, Abisbai (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 19 AUG D Simmons, Loren B. (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 15 JUL M Simons, Susan m July 3d, by Rev. Francis Rand at the hourse of the bride's father in Farmington, Caleb Smith of Lawrence and Susan Simons of Farmington.
1863 29 JUL D Slingerland, Henry Letter from the Army. 14th U.S. Infantry dated July 10, 1863. Oliver Robins was shot through the body and killed instantly at the Battle of Gettysburg. On the 17th of June, Henry Slingerland, died at the hospital in Washington. He left us sick at camp near Falmouth, Va.
1863 15 JUL M Smith, Caleb m July 3d, by Rev. Francis Rand at the hourse of the bride's father in Farmington, Caleb Smith of Lawrence and Susan Simons of Farmington.
1863 19 AUG D Smith, Harris B. (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 2 SEP D Smith, Jane d in Charleston, 25th ultimo, Jane E., only daughter of J.H.and Sally Smith, aged 29 years 4 months and 17 days.
1863 3 JUN M Smith, Lewis m in Wellsboro, at the Parsonage, by Rev. J.D. Bell, on the 28th ultimo, Mr. Lewis Smith of Wellsboro and Miss Paulina Lay of Columbia Flatts.
1863 3 JUN M Smith, O.A. m in Wellsboro, 26th ultimo, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. O.A. Smith of Elk and Miss Hannah Klienhaus of Germania, Pa.
1863 19 AUG D Smith, Thomas R. (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Churchl Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 15 JUL D Sofield, A.J. d at the Battle of Gettysburg: Capt. A.J. Sofield, in his 39th year, killed on the first day of battle ( July 1st.) by an exploding shell. He leeves a wife and children. Edwin W. Dimmigk of Shippen and Nathan Wilcox, of Delmar, were killed by the same explosion. Mr Dimmick, too, lemves a wife and children. Mr. Wilcox was unmarried but leaves a widowed mothern whose heart has been thrice bereaved of her children within a year. Additional losses in Co. A. 149th Regt. M. Fetzer of Germania, Curtis Gleason of Farmington; R.B. Martin of Farmington & Corwin Howe of Deerfield.
1863 16 SEP M Soper, E.B. m in Jackson, 24th ultimo by Rev. Levi Stone, Mr. E.B. Soper to Miss Minerva Wright, both of Rutland, Tioga Co., Pa.
1863 1 JUL M Spencer, Addie m in Wellsboro, 27th ultimo, by A.S. Brewster, Mr. D.H. Belcher of Co. G., 45th Regt. P.V. to Miss Addie Spencer of Delmar, Pa.
1863 20 MAY M Staples, Fanny m at the house of the bride's father, 14th inst., by C.M. Griswold, Esq., Mr. Henry T. Wilhelm to Miss Fanny E. Staples, both of Woodhull, N.Y.
1863 5 AUG D Star, S Co.B. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 10 JUN M Stickney, Isaac m in Mansfield, May 19, at the house of Mr. William Hollands, by Rev. M.L. Reynolds, Mr. Isaac Stickney of West Addison, N.Y. and Miss Mary R Hollands of Mansfield.
1863 19 AUG D Stone, Anna d in Jackson, 6th instant, of diphtheria, Anna L., adopted daughter of Rev. Levi and Julina Stone, aged 8 years.
1863 5 AUG D Stover, R. Co.H. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 5 AUG D Stratton, Frank Letters from Army 45th Pa. Regt. Camp near Jackson, Miss. Letter dated July 14th 1863. Corporal James Navle of Co. C was shot through the neck and shoulder and instantly killed. Foster Hill, a Sgt., of Co. F., from Clymer was mortally wounded in the shoulder. He died July 14th. Frank Stratton of Co. H. from Hollidaytown was shot through the head.
1863 24 JUN D Tabor, Mary d in Tioga, 18th instant, of diphtheria, Mary, youngest daughter of Leroy & Helen M. Tabor, aged 4 years and 10 months.
1863 13 MAY M Tarbox, Orlando m in Elkland, 9th instant, at the house of Benj. Barse, by E.S. Culver, esq., Mr. Orlando tarbox of Tioga county, N.Y. to Miss Mary E. Jones of Bingham Potter County, Pa.
1863 15 APR M Thompson, Eliza m in Shippen, 12th instant, by J.A. Darling, Esq., Mr. George L. Grinnell, formerly of El Dorada county, California to Miss Eliza Jane Thompson, of Gaines, Tioga co. Pa.
1863 19 AUG D Thompson, Moses (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 13 MAY D Tipple, Charles d in Lock Haven, May 2, 1863, Charles Lincoln, only son of Dr. R.D. & Lovisa Tipple, aged 3 years & 24 days,
1863 5 AUG M Torpy, Luraina m in Wellsboro, August 2d 1863 by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr. Darwin Field to Miss Luraina Torpy, both of Delmar.
1863 2 SEP M Townner, Amelia m at the house of M. Kelsey in Holidaytown,$25th ultimo, by the Rev. A. Woodard, Mr. T.J. Mitchell, of Lawrence to Miss Amelia Townner, of Middlebury.
1863 23 SEP M Tubbs, Eleanor m in Keeneyville, 4th instant, by G.D> Keeney, Esq., Mr. Marean Haslett (Hazlett) to Mrs Eleanor Tubbs, all of Middlebury.
1863 29 APR D Updyke, Estelle Burned to death in Jackson township one day last week, Sophia, aged 18 years and Estella Updyke, about 10 years of age, daughters of Richard Updyke. While in the sugar-bush, their clothes caught fire. Sophia was a student at Mansfield Seminary last fall.
1863 29 APR D Updyke, Sophia Burned to death in Jackson township one day last week, Sophia, aged 18 years and Estella Updyke, about 10 years of age, daughters of Richard Updyke. While in the sugar-bush, their clothes caught fire. Sophia was a student at Mansfield Seminary last fall.
1863 19 AUG D Vinner, Henry (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 27 MAY M Vogler, Eliza m in Wellsboro, 23d instant at the house of Mr. Blatner, by Rev. J.D. Bell, Mr. Albert Margraff of Wellsboro to Miss Eliza Vogler of Langeuriesen, Germany.
1863 8 APR D Walker, Roswell d at Belle Plain, Va., Dec 9, 1862, Roswell A. Walker, of the 132d Pa. Vols., aged 22 years. He was the son of James & Eliza Walker, of Covington, Pa. He went into the service on August last and fought bravely in the battle of Antietam.
1863 9 SEP M Wallace, Helen m at Morris Run, 1st instant, by Rev. R.W. McCormick, Mr. David Brown to Misw Helen Wallace, both of Morris Run, Pa.
1863 19 AUG D Warriner, Silaw (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 30 SEP M Wells, William m Sept 23d by Rev. N.L.$Reynolds, Mr. William W. Wells of Hume,N.Y. to Miss Emma L Shakespear of Mansfield, Pa.
1863 23 SEP D West, Daniel d in Middlebury, at his father's residence, on the 13th instant of typhoid fever, Daniel H. West, son of Thomas M. and Emily West, in the 28th year of his age. He enlisted in Co. H. 93d Regt, Illinois Vols. He was at Vicksburg and several sharp engagements and received several wounds. He came home on furlough, was then very ill, lived about two weeks. Funeral was held the 15th by Elder C.D. Kinney assisted by Elder Towner.
1863 12 AUG D Westbrook, Solomon d in Middlebury, 1st instant, Solomon Westbrook, aged 67 years.
1863 19 AUG D Wetmore, Cyrus (Abstracted from a Sermon preached on Aug 6th 1863 in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wellsboro, Pa. By Rev. J.D. Bell. The following are the names of Civil War Casualties not previously printed in the newspaper.
1863 15 APR D Whitaker, William d on the 18th ultimo, on board of the steamer City of Memphis, on her passage from Vicksburg to St. Louis, of diarrhoea, William A. Whitaker, in the 28th`year of his age. He was a son of Hon. J.C. Whitaker of Elkland Boro. At the time of his decease, he belonged to Co. C. 31st Regt., Iowa Vols. He leaves a wife and two infant children.
1863 3 JUN O Whitney, Mr. Sketch of Pioneer. ( Taken from the Green Bay Advocate.) Mr. Whitney, a brother of Mrs. James Locke, of Wellsboro, was born in the town of Gilsum, New Hampshire, September 3, 1795 and came to Green Bay, Wisconsin in the summer of 1819. ( Sketch of his life followed.,) He died in the house where he had resided almost 30 years, on November 4 1862, at the age of 68 years and by his will, left his large and valuable estate entirely under the control of his widow, as sole executor.
1863 15 JUL D Wilcox, Nathan d at the Battle of Gettysburg: Capt. A.J. Sofield, in his 39th year, killed on the first day of battle ( July 1st.) by an exploding shell. He leaves a wife and children. Edwin W. Dimmick of Shippen and Nathan Wilcox, of Delmar, were killed by the same explosion. Mr Dimmick, too, leaves a wife and children. Mr. Wilcox was unmarried but leaves a widowed mothern whose heart has been thrice bereaved of her children within a year. Additional losses in Co. A. 149th Regt. M. Fetzer of Germania, Curtis Gleason of Farmington; R.B. Martin of Farmington & Corwin Howe of Deerfield.
1863 20 MAY M Wilhelm, Henry m at the house of the bride's father, 14th inst., by C.M. Griswold, Esq., Mr. Henry T. Wilhelm to Miss Fanny E. Staples, both of Woodhull, N.Y.
1863 2 SEP M Willard, Rhoda m at the Methodist Parsonage in Wellsboro, August 27th, Mr. John Heise and Miss Rhoda M. Willard, both of the town of Delmar, Pa.
1863 5 AUG D Wilson, W. Co.K. Loses in the 149th Pa. Vols. At Gettysburg,. (Not reported before.)
1863 15 APR D Wingate, Philemon d in Charleston, 13th instant, of diphtheria, Philemon, aged 12 years and on the 14th, Sulden, aged 2 years, sons of Francis and Margaret Wingate.
1863 15 APR D Wingate, Sulden d in Charleston, 13th instant, of diphtheria, Philemon, aged 12 years and on the 14th, Sulden, aged 2 years, sons of Francis and Margaret Wingate.
1863 12 AUG D Wood, Dwight d in Sabula, Iowa, 25th ultimo, after extreme congestion of the lungs, Dwight Alford, son of Jerry and Lydia Wood, aged 1 year 4 months and 18 days.
1863 13 MAY D Wood, Mary d in Erin, N.Y., 3d ult., Mary Ann, wife of Isaac Wood, in the 42nd year of her age.
1863 16 SEP M Wright, Minerva m in Jackson, 24th ultimo by Rev. Levi Stone, Mr. E.B. Soper to Miss Minerva Wright, both of Rutland, Tioga Co., Pa.


Published On Tri-Counties Site On 9/5/98
By Joyce M. Tice
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