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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 1864 Jan to June

Reprinted with permission of Rhoda ENGLISH Ladd from Tioga County Newspaper Records Volume NINE. Thank you Harold Hooper for retyping these.

1864 13 JAN M Richmond, Lyman m in Richmond, 31st Ultimo, by the Rev W. Beach, Mr Lyman Richmon of Sullivan to Miss Adaline Horton of Rutland.
1864 13 APR D Abbitt, Charley F. d in Deerfield, 18 Feb 1864, Charley F., son of Charles F. & Mercy A. Abbitt, aged 2 years 4 months 18 days.
1864 27 APR D Adelbert, Frederick d in Wellsboro, 20th instant, brain fever, Frederick Adelbert, only son of Dr. F.D. & Albina Ritter, of Lawrenceville, aged 9 months.
1864 04 MAY M Allen, Sarah A. m in Wellsboro, 3d instant by A. Crowl, Esq., Mr. Oscar Campbell to Miss Sarah A. Allen, both of Delmar.
1864 27 FEB M Bacon, Bulah m at the Parsonage in East Charleston, 18th inst., Mr. Charles J. Potter and Miss Bulah Bacon, both of Charleston, Pa.
1864 20 APR M Bacon, M.L. m in Troy, 29th ultimo, at the Parsonage of the First Presbyterian Church by the Rev. J.G. Carnachan, Mr. J. W. Matson of Delmar to Miss M.L. Bacon of Cherry Flatts.
1864 25 MAY M Baker, Emmet m on the 23d of Feb by Rev. L. Stone, Mr Emmet Baker, of Rutland, Pa. To Miss Fanniw Winne of Perth, Fulton Co., NY.
1864 27 APR M Beach, Laurens m at the Pa. Hotel, in Wellsboro, 20th instant by Rev. J.D. Bell, Mr Laurens C. Beach of Meadville, Crawford County, Pa., to miss Mary C. Bigoney of Wellsboro.
1864 04 MAY M Beckwith, Henry m in Middlebury, 15th ultimo by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Henry Beckwith to Miss Juliette Farr, both of Middlebury.
1864 13 JAN M Beecher, Joseph m in Keeneyville, 1st instant, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Joseph Beecher to Miss Elizabeth Sample, both of Middlebury.
1864 27 FEB M Bellinger, Waity m at the Parsonage in East Charleston, 11th inst., by Rev. J. Shaw, Mr Lyman Hart and Miss Waity Bellinger, both of Charleston, Pa.
1864 04 MAY D Bernauer, Mary E. d in Gaines, 20th ultimo, of diphtheria, Mary E. Bernauer, daughter of Joshua & Lucy R. Bernauer, aged 3 years, 11 months, 7 days.
1864 17 FEB M Bevier, Sarah m in Fall Brook, 29th ultimo, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Levi Bevier, by James Heron Esq., Mr. James Burt to Miss Sarah Bevier, both of Fall Brook.
1864 27 APR M Bigoney, Mary m at the Pa. Hotel, in Wellsboro, 20th instant by Rev. J.D. Bell, Mr Laurens C. Beach of Meadville, Crawford County, Pa., to miss Mary C. Bigone} of Wellsboro.
1864 11 MAY D Bly, Charles C d in Richmond, 4th instant, of jaundice, Charles C., son of Daniel & Matilda Bly, aged about 8 years.
1864 22 JUN D Bowen, H.T. Members of the 45th Reg't killed in the battle near Bethsada Church, June 3rd 1864. Co. F. Lt. George P. Scudder, Co. H. Cpl Thomas Dingman, H.T. Bowen, Griffin Parmer (Palmer)
1864 29 JUN D Bowen, Sarah Jane d in Charleston, 11th inst., of diphtheria, Sarah Jane, daughter of David & Sarah Bowen, in the 16th year of her age.
1864 13 APR D Bowen, Stella d in Farmington of diphtheria, 7th ultimo, Stella Florida Bowen, only child of George W. & Amanda M. Bowen, age 1 year 3 months 8 days.
1864 29 JUN D Bowker, Jasper Tioga County soldiers who have died of wounds in the Hospital recently: Jasper Bowker, Middlebury, and Serg't Briscoe, Farmington.
1864 01 JUN D Bremen, Uriah Letter from 2nd Pa. Cav., Co. L., James River below Richmond, dated May 15, 1864. Killed: Todds Tavern, May 7th: Pvt Uriah Bremen, Pvt John Day.
1864 04 MAY M Brewer, Cornelia m in Wellsboro, 28th ultimo, by A. Crowl, Esq., Mr Monell Locey to Mrs. Cornelia B. Brewer, both of Middlebury.
1864 29 JUN D Briscoe, Serg't Tioga County soldiers who have died of wounds in the Hospital recently: Jasper Bowker, Middlebury, and Serg't Briscoe, Farmington.
1864 15 JUN M Brown, Sarah m on the 12th inst., in Covington, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr Calvin Manning of Horseheads to Miss Sarah Brown of Covington.
1864 15 JUN M Bryant, Hiram m on 10th inst., in Covington, by Rev G.P. Watrous, Mr. Hiram Bryant to Miss Elizabeth Connolly both of Covington.
1864 09 MAR M Buckley, Byron m in Wellsboro, 26th ultimo, by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr Byron Buckley to Miss Lucinda Wheeler, both of Delmar.
1864 03 FEB D Bullard, Mortimer d in Wellsboro, Feb 1st, of typhoid pneumonia Mortimer Bullard, son of Rev Walter Bullard and brother of Massena and O Bullard, aged 26 years, 9 months & 7 days. He also leaves a wife and little daugher.
1864 10 FEB D Bullard, Mortimer d in Wellsboro, Feb 1st, of typhoid pneumonia Mortimer Bullard, son of Rev Walter Bullard and brother of Massena and O Bullard, aged 26 years, 9 months & 7 days. He also leaves a wife and little daugher.
1864 16 MAR M Burns, Artelissa m in East Charleston, March 6, 1864, by Rev. J. Shaw, James M. Stradley of Jersey Mills, Lycoming Co., Pa. To Miss Artelissa Burns, of Charleston, Tioga Co., Pa.
1864 10 FEB M Burt, James m in Fall Brook, 29th ultimo, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Levi Bevier, by James Heron Esq., Mr. James Burt to Miss Sarah Bevier, both of Fall Brook.
1864 11 MAY D Butler, Mandadell d in Delmar, 30th ultimo, of measles, Mandadell, daughter of Zadoc & Candace Butler, aged 1 year 7 months.
1864 09 MAR M Butler, William m in Southport, Chemung CO., NY, 27th ultimo, at the residence of Cornelius Putman, by the Rev. S.M. Bainbridge, Pastor of Central Baptist Church, Elmira, NY., Mr. William M Butler of Blossburg, Pa to Miss Eliza A. Putman, of Southport, Chemung Co., NY.
1864 04 MAY M Campbell, Oscar m in Wellsboro, 3d instant by A. Crowl, Esq., Mr. Oscar Campbell to Miss Sarah A. Allen, both of Delmar.
1864 16 MAR M Carle, James I. m on the 6th instant, at the residence of Mr. Gilbert Conrow, Deposit, N.Y. by Rev. J.C. Hoyt, Captain James I. Carle, Provost Marshal, Pa. Reserves to Ellen T. Palmer of Binghamton, NY
1864 04 MAY M Chamberlin, William m in Wellsboro, May 1st, 1864, by Rev. George H. Jenks, Mr. William Chamberlain and Miss Mary E Mowry, both of Farmington.
1864 23 MAR D Chamny, Julia I d in Elk, 22d Jan last, Julia I., daughter of V.B. and Isabella Chamny, aged 10 months.
1864 20 APR M Christenat, George m in Charleston, on the 16th instant,. By the Rev. P. Reynolds, Mr. George W. Christenat to Miss Fannie Culver, of Wellsboro.
1864 29 JUN D Christenat, Gilbert Died, Rudolph Christenat and family were informed on the death of Gilbert Christenat by Rev J.F. Calkins, Chaplain. He was shot on June 16 at about 10 pm. And lived two or three hours. His brother Albert was with him at the time. Rev Calkins attended his funeral and burial. the head board was well marked: R.G. Christenat, 1st Lt., Co. E. 1st Rifles, PA Reserves.
1864 20 JAN M Clemens, Marten m in Mansfiels, 31st ultimo, Rev N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Marten Clemens to Miss Mary Ely, both of Charleston, Pa.
1864 02 MAR M Clemons, D.S. m on 19th ultimo, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. D.S. Clemons, and Miss Agnes Hutchinson, both of Covington.
1864 16 MAR M Close, R.H. m at the residence of the bride's father, in Lawrence, 16th ultimo, by Rev. E. Kennedy, Mr. R.H. Close of Tioga to Miss Ellie O. Hurlbut, daughter of Col. Lyman Hurlbut.
1864 15 JUN M Cochran, Leonora m in Mansfield, 26th ult., by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. John Sweet of Oxford, NY to Miss Leonora Cochran of Richmond.
1864 15 JUN M Cole, George m in Mansfield, 4th inst., by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. George Cole of Middlebury to Miss Laura A. White of Farmington.
1864 01 JUN D Cole, Oscar E. d in Middlebury, 5th ult., of consumption, Oscar E., son of Heber & Louisa Cole, aged 22 years 11 months 26 days.
1864 27 APR M Comstock, Albert m in Liverty, 3d ultimo, by R.C. Cox, Esq., Mr. Albert E. Comstock of Liberty to Miss Ellen M Emmick, of Morris.
1864 15 JUN M Connolly, Elizabeth m on 10th inst., in Covington, by Rev G.P. Watrous, Mr. Hiram Bryant to Miss Elizabeth Connolly both of Covington.
1864 02 MAR M Cook, Emily m in Osceola, 21st instant, by N. Strait, Esq., Mr. John Finch of CO. L., 2d Pa. Cavalry to Miss Emily Cook, all of Osceola, Pa.
1864 09 MAR M Coolidge, D.K. m in Wellsboro, 26th ultimo, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. D.K. Coolidge to Miss Mary A. Meacham, both of Delmar.
1864 06 APR M Copestick, Agnes m in Harrisburg, 23d Nov 1863 by Rev Charles A. Hay, Mr. George W. Dennisten of McHenry township, Lycoming County, Pa. To Miss Agness Copestick, of Delmar.
1864 23 MAR M Cranmer, Charles m in Fall Brook, 16th ultimo, by Rev R.W. McCormick, Mr. Charles N. Cranmer to Miss Lucy H. Stratton, both of Fall Brook.
1864 13 JAN M Crippen, Joseph m in Wellsboro, 31st ultimo, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Joseph Crippen of Farmington to Miss Esther M. Jackson, of Chatham.
1864 13 JAN M Crippen, Mary m in Farmington, 30th ultimo, at the residence of the bride's father, by Jas Beebe, Esq., Ephraim Holiday to Miss Mary Crippen, both of Farmington.
1864 20 APR M Culver, Fannie m in Charleston, on the 16th instant,. By the Rev. P. Reynolds, Mr. George W. Christenat to Miss Fannie Culver, of Wellsboro.
1864 01 JUN M Culver, L.S. m in Londonville, Ashland Co., Ohio 4th May 1864, at the bride's residence, by the Rev. R. Wilcox, Pastor of the Methodist Church of Holmes Co., Ohio, Mr. L.S. Culver of Osceola, Pa to Miss Norma Priest of Londonville, Ashland Co., Ohio.
1864 13 APR D Daggett, Eunice d in Tioga, 22d ultimo, Mrs. Eunice Daggett, wife of Seth Daggett, aged 74 years and 7 days. Fifty three years a wife & resident of Tioga County.
1864 20 APR D Dailey, Charles d in Middlebury, Feb 3, 1864. Charles Wesley Dailey, aged 13 years 8 month 23 days.
1864 20 JAN D Davis, Ezre d in Mansfield, Jan 8th, 1864, brother of Horace Davis.
1864 20 JAN D Davis, Horace d in Mansifeld, Nov 28, 1863, Mr Horace Davis, also on Jan 8, 1864, Mr Ezra Davis brother of above.
1864 20 APR D Davis, Thomas S died, Thomas S. Davis, while engaged in breaking a log pile on the "Herrington job", was instantly killed, by logs rolling upon him. He leaves a wife and 3 children.
1864 10 FEB M Davis, Warren m in Mansfield, 27th ultimo, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Warren S. Davis of Richmond to Miss Sarah Job, of Rutland, Pa.
1864 01 JUN D Day, John Letter from 2nd Pa. Cav., Co. L., James River below Richmond, dated May 15, 1864. Killed: Todds Tavern, May 7th: Pvt Uriah Bremen, Pvt John Day.
1864 02 MAR M Dennison, Geroulds m on the 18th ultimo, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Geroulds G. Dennison to Miss Alma Wade, both of Charleston.
1864 06 APR M Dennisten, George m in Harrisburg, 23d Nov 1863 by Rev Charles A. Hay, Mr. George W. Dennisten of McHenry township, Lycoming County, Pa. To Miss Agness Copestick, of Delmar.
1864 09 MAR M Dickinson, James m in Bennettville, 2d instant, by Rev. A. Woodward, Mr. James Dickinson, of Charleston to Miss Mary E. French of Middlebury.
1864 22 JUN D Dingman, Thomas Members of the 45th Reg't killed in the battle near Bethsada Church, June 3rd 1864. Co. F. Lt. George P. Scudder, Co. H. Cpl Thomas Dingman, H.T. Bowen, Griffin Parmer (Palmer)
1864 25 MAY D Downing, William Correspondence dated May 17th, Camp near Thornsburg, Va. Casualties, 45th Regt. P.V.V. since 5th of May. Co. G Killed, William Downing, Co. H. Killed, Corporal Isaac H. Sherman, Co. I. Killed Hiram Niber ( Niver) Co. I. Killed, Warren Stone.
1864 16 MAR D Dunn, Elijah John d in Wellsboro, 13th instant, Elijah John, son of Elijah and Ann Dunn, aged 11 years, 10 months and 27 days.
1864 20 JAN M Elliott, C.V. m in Mansfield, 1st instant, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, C. V. Elliott, M.D. to Miss Julia A. Holden, all of Mansfield.
1864 20 JAN M Ely, Mary m in Mansfiels, 31st ultimo, Rev N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Marten Clemens to Miss Mary Ely, both of Charleston, Pa.
1864 29 JUN D Emberger, Henry Co.L, 7th Regt. Pa. Vols. Cav. Henry Emberger, from Wellsboro (or Delmar), was wounded on the 27th and died on the morning of the 28th. He was buried near Pumpkin Vine Church, Ga. (Abstracted from a letter written by O.G. Gerould.)
1864 27 APR M Emmick, Ellen m in Liverty, 3d ultimo, by R.C. Cox, Esq., Mr. Albert E. Comstock of Liberty to Miss Ellen M Emmick, of Morris.
1864 13 APR D English, Lura d in Wellsboro, 26th ultimo, Laura, youngest daughter of Richard & Lovisa English, aged 9 years 20 days.
1864 04 MAY M Farr, Juliette m in Middlebury, 15th ultimo by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Henry Beckwith to Miss Juliette Farr, both of Middlebury.
1864 13 APR D Farr, Mary d in SouthdWindham, Vt., Dec 15, 1863, Mary Farr, wife of Abraham Farr, aged 99 years and 4 months. The deceased with her husband were among the first settlers in Windham. She left 5 living children (having buried four) 30 grandchildren, 56 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren.
1864 01 JUN D Fenton, Caleb Correspondence from Washington dated May 27. Death of two Tioga soldiers at Harewood Hospital. George Marvin`and Caleb Fenton.
1864 02 MAR M Finch, John m in Osceola, 21st instant, by N. Strait, Esq., Mr. John Finch of CO. L., 2d Pa. Cavalry to Miss Emily Cook, all of Osceola, Pa.
1864 16 MAR M Foucht, Elizabeth m in Wellsboro, 3d instant, by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr William Moyer to Miss Elizabeth Foucht, both of Delmar.
1864 04 MAY M Francis, George W. m in Gaines, 2d instant, by Henry Crofut, Esq., Mr. George W. Francis of Delmar to Miss Nancy C. Larrison, of Clymer.
1864 27 JAN D Francis, Martha d in Delmar, 8th instant of Croup, Martha Alice, youngest daughter of Norman and Caroline Francis, aged 9 months & 8 days.
1864 23 MAR D Francis, Norman d in Delmar, 18th instant, Mr. Norman Francis, aged 40 years.
1864 09 MAR M French, Mary m in Bennettville, 2d instant, by Rev. A. Woodward, Mr. James Dickinson, of Charleston to Miss Mary E. French of Middlebury.
1864 20 APR M Garretson, Emily m in Tioga on the 13th instant, by Rev. S.J. McCullough, Mr. H.J. Ramsdell of Washington D.C., formerly foreman and local editor of the Agitator to Miss Emily Garretson, second daughter of William Garretson, Esq., of Tioga.
1864 25 MAY M Garrison, Ida m on 10th of May 1864, by Rev. L. Stone, Mr. Aaron Springer, of Liberty, Pa to Miss Ida A. Garrison, of Jackson, Pa. 
1864 16 MAR M Gitchell, Margaret m in Mainesburg, 21st ultimo, by R.K. Brundage, Esq., Mr. Eli G. Lovell of Oswago, Potter Co. to Miss Margaret Gitchell of Sullivan, Tioga Co., Pa.
1864 10 FEB D Goodenow, Sarah d in Covington, 3d instant, Sarah P., mother of the late T.B. Goodenow, aged 72 years.
1864 10 FEB D Goodenow, Thomas d in Cobington, 24th ultimo, Thomas B. Goodenow, aged 41 years. He leaves an aged mother, wife and three children.
1864 15 JUN M Grandy, Susanna m in Mansfield, 21st ult., by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Solomon Webster to Miss Susanna Grandy, both of Sullivan. 
1864 27 FEB M Hart, Lyman m at the Parsonage in East Charleston, 11th inst., by Rev. J. Shaw, Mr Lyman Hart and Miss Waity Bellinger, both of Charleston, Pa.
1864 09 MAR M Hart, Margaret m in Charleston, 28th ultimo, by Rev P. Reynolds, Mr Manning May of Co. I, 45th Regt. P.V.V. to Miss Margaret J. Hart, both of Charleston.
1864 13 APR D Hoadley, Esther d in Delmar, 30th ultimo, Mrs. Esther Hoadley, aged 72 years.
1864 29 JUN D Hoig, Dewitt Casualties, 45th Pa. Regt, Letter dated June 8th 1864, Camp in Field, Co. G. William P Wood, mortally wounded in side, since dead. Co. I. On the 6th inst., Lt Dewitt C. Hoig, was killed by a sharpshooter while on the skirmish line.
1864 20 JAN M Holden, Julia A. m in Mansfield, 1st instant, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, C. V. Elliott, M.D. to Miss Julia A. Holden, all of Mansfield.
1864 13 JAN M Holiday, Ephraim m in Farmington, 30th ultimo, at the residence of the bride's father, by Jas Beebe, Esq., Ephraim Holiday to Miss Mary Crippen, both of Farmington.
1864 27 FEB O Holliday, M.G. The funeral service of Sgt. M.G. Holliday, member of Co. H. 45th Regt. Pa. Vols., killed at South Mountain, will take place at the Union Church, Middlebury, Sunday next. Sermon by Reb. Mr. Waltrous.
1864 13 JAN M Horton, Adaline m in Richmond, 31st Ultimo, by the Rev W. Beach , Mr LymanRichmon of Sullivan to Miss Adaline Horton of Rutland.
1864 10 FEB M Hotchkiss, Ira D m on the 2nd instant by Rev George H. Jenks, Mr. Ira D. Hotchkiss of Osceola and Lucy E. Jackson of Wellsboro, Tioga Co., Pa.
1864 18 MAY D Hurd, Caroline d in Delmar, 10th instant, Mrs. Caroline Hurd, wife of Thomas J. Hurd, aged 51 years.
1864 16 MAR M Hurlbut, Ellie m at the residence of the bride's father, in Lawrence, 16th ultimo, by Rev. E. Kennedy, Mr. R.H. Close of Tioga to Miss Ellie O. Hurlbut, daughter of Col. Lyman Hurlbut.
1864 02 MAR M Hutchinson, Agnes m on 19th ultimo, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. D.S. Clemons, and Miss Agnes Hutchinson, both of Covington.
1864 13 JAN Jackson, Esther m in Wellsboro, 31st ultimo, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Joseph Crippen of Farmington to Miss Esther M. Jackson, of Chatham.
1864 09 MAR M Jackson, Isabell m in Chatham, 1st inst., by Reuben Morse, Esq., Mr Albert Saxberry of Co. I 45th Regt. P.V.V. to Isabell Jackson, both of Chatham.
1864 10 FEB M Jackson, Lucy m on the 2nd instant by Rev George H. Jenks, Mr. Ira D. Hotchkiss of Osceola and Lucy E. Jackson of Wellsboro, Tioga Co., Pa.
1864 13 JAN M Jackson, Miner m in Wellsboro, 31st ultimo, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Miner Jackson to Miss Eliza Taylor, both of Chatham.
1864 04 MAY D Jackson, Mrs. d One$day last week, the wife of Andrew Jackson, residing in Columbia township, while visiting at a neighbors and administering to the wants of`some sick members of the family, dropped dead in an instant. By an affection of the heart.
1864 15 JUN M James, Jennie m at the house of the bride's father, 7th inst., by Rev. W. A. Niles, Mr Emil Laas of Blossburg, Pa to Miss Jennie D. James, daughter of John James of Corning.
1864 09 MAR M m in Wellsboro, 2d instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Derias Kriner to Miss Ellen Jennings.
1864 25 MAY D Jennings, Oscar Correspondence dated Washington, May 15, 1864, Casualities in 149th Pa. Vols. Co. A. Oscar Jennings, Charleston, shot through the head. Andrew Sawyer, Tioga, sunstroke.
1864 10 FEB M Job, Sarah m in Mansfield, 27th ultimo, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Warren S. Davis of Richmond to Miss Sarah Job, of Rutland, Pa.
1864 16 MAR M Jones, John J. m in Corning, on the 2d instant, by Rev. Niles, Mr. John J. Jones of Charleston to Miss Anna Richards of Union, both of Tioga Co.
1864 20 APR D Jones, William d in Annapolis, Md., on the 1st instant, Mr. William Jones, of Co. G. 45th Regt Pa. Vols., aged 16 years 9 months 15 days.
1864 22 JUN D Kelley, Alice A. d in Charleston, 31st ult., Alice A., daughter of Erastus & Amrilla Kelley, aged 9 months.
1864 11 MAY D Kelley, Fanny A. d in Delmar, 5th instant, Fanny A. Kelly, daughter of Erastus & Amrilla Kelley, aged 4 years 2 months.
1864 30 MAR M Keyes, Annie m in Mansfield, 27th instant, by Rev N.L. Reynolds, Mr. James Williams to Miss Annie Keyes, both of Sylvania, Bradford County.
1864 16 MAR D King, Henrietta d in Mansfield, 10th instant, aged 30 years, Henrietta, wife of Martin King, Esq., (late conductor on the Corning & Blossburg road)
1864 13 JAN D Kirkpatrick, Martha d in Wellsboro, 26th ultimo, Mrs Martha Kirkpatrick, wife of John Kirkpatrick, aged 56 years.
1864 13 JAN D Klock, William d in Charleston, 3d instant, at the residence of Abram Hart, Mr William Klock, aged 23 years and 7 days.
1864 09 MAR M Kriner, Derias m in Wellsboro, 2d instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Derias Kriner to Miss Ellen Jennings.
1864 15 JUN M Laas, Emil m at the house of the bride's father, 7th inst., by Rev. W. A. Niles, Mr Emil Laas of Blossburg, Pa to Miss Jennie D. James, daughter of John James of Corning.
1864 25 MAY D Lakey, John W. d in Nashville, Tenn., 17th ultimo, of measles, John W., son of Luther & Asenath Lakey, aged 18 years 26 days. (died while serving in the Civil War.
1864 29 JUN D Lamb, W.C. Letter from 11th Pa. Cav. Dated June 11th 1864, Co. F. Killed; Ist Sgt W.C. Lamb.
1864 29 JUN D Lamb, William C. Co. F. 11th Regt PA Vol. Cav. Killed: 1st Sgt. William C. Lamb while leading a charge upon the enemy's breastworks in front of the city of Petersburg. Chaplain M.E. Hampstead, 5th Pa. Cav. Officiated at his burial.
1864 04 MAY M Larrison, Nancy m in Gaines, 2d instant, by Henry Crofut, Esq., Mr. George W. Francis of Delmar to Miss Nancy C. Larrison, of Clymer.
1864 16 MAR M Leeper, Ann Eliza m in Wellsboro, 12th instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. John O. Roe to Mrs. Ann Eliza Leeper, both of Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa.
1864 04 MAY M Locey, Monell m in Wellsboro, 28th ultimo, by A. Crowl, Esq., Mr Monell Locey to Mrs. Cornelia B. Brewer, both of Middlebury.
1864 16 MAR M Lovell, Eli G. m in Mainesburg, 21st ultimo, by R.K. Brundage, Esq., Mr. Eli G. Lovell of Oswago, Potter Co. to Miss Margaret Gitchell of Sullivan, Tioga Co., Pa.
1864 25 MAY M Lucas, Kate m on 25th of Feb 1864, by Rev. L. Stone, Mr. George Steinberger, of Jackson, Pa to Miss Kate A Lucas of Troy, Bradford Co.
1864 27 APR M Ludlow, G.A. m in Burlington borough, 18th instant, by Rev R.L. Stilwell, Lieut, G.A. Ludlow, of 6th Regt, V.R.C. to Miss Sarah R. Stilwell, of Burlington borough, Bradford Co.
1864 15 JUN M Manning, Calvin m on the 12th inst., in Covington, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr Calvin Manning of Horseheads to Miss Sarah Brown of Covington.
1864 27 FEB D Marsh, James L. d of Diphtheria, Jan 22, 1864, in Gaines township, James L., youngest son of Levi H. & Kezia Marsh, in the 16th year of his age, also on Jan 31st, Mary E. Marsh, in the 18th year of her age and on Feb, 2d, Sarah K. Marsh, their youngest daughter.
1864 27 FEB D Marsh, Mary E. d of Diphtheria, Jan 22, 1864, in Gaines township, James L., youngest son of Levi H. & Kezia Marsh, in the 16th year of his age, also on Jan 31st, Mary E. Marsh, in the 18th year of her age and on Feb, 2d, Sarah K. Marsh, their youngest daughter.
1864 11 MAY M Marsh, Phebe m in Gaines, 7th instant, by Rev. W. Beach, at the residence of the gride's parents, Mr. John C. Maynard of Elk to Miss Phebe N. Marsh of Gaines.
1864 27 FEB D Marsh, Sarah K. d of Diphtheria, Jan 22, 1864, in Gaines township, James L., youngest son of Levi H. & Kezia Marsh, in the 16th year of his age, also on Jan 31st, Mary E. Marsh, in the 18th year of her age and on Feb, 2d, Sarah K. Marsh, their youngest daughter.
1864 01 JUN D Marvin, George Correspondence from Washington dated May 27. Death of two Tioga soldiers at Harewood Hospital. George Marvin and Caleb Fenton.
1864 16 MAR M Marvin, Wheeler m in Covington borough, 13th ultimo, by Ira Patchen, Esq., Mr. Wheeler N. Marvin of Covington township to Miss Louella L. Videan, of Covington borough.
1864 20 APR M Matson, J.W. m in Troy, 29th ultimo, at the Parsonage of the First Presbyterian Church by the Rev. J.G. Carnachan, Mr. J. W. Matson of Delmar to Miss M.L. Bacon of Cherry Flatts.
1864 09 MAR M May, Manning m in Charleston, 28th ultimo, by Rev P. Reynolds, Mr Manning May of Co. I, 45th Regt. P.V.V. to Miss Margaret J. Hart, both of Charleston.
1864 11 MAY M Maynard, John C m in Gaines, 7th instant, by Rev. W. Beach, at the residence of the gride's parents, Mr. John C. Maynard of Elk to Miss Phebe N. Marsh of Gaines.
1864 09 MAR M Meacham, Mary m in Wellsboro, 26th ultimo, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. D.K. Coolidge to Miss Mary A. Meacham, both of Delmar.
1864 18 MAY M Mersereau, Susie m in Tioga, 27th ultimo, by the Rev. S.J. McCullough, Mr. George N. Wells and Miss Susie C. Mersereau.
1864 22 JUN D Miller, Maria d in Williamsport, 21 Feb last, Maria Miller, wife of J.J. Miller, formerly of Delmar, aged 35 years.
1864 22 JUN D Miller, Maria Belle d in Williamsport, 2d inst., Maria Belle, infant daughter of J.J. Miller, aged 3 months 16 days.
1864 30 MAR M Monroe, Thomas m in Covington, 8th instant, by Rev N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Thomas Monroe, of Armenia to Miss Lucy E. Johnson of Covington.
1864 04 MAY M Mowry, Mary m in Wellsboro, May 1st, 1864, by Rev. George H. Jenks, Mr. William Chamberlain and Miss Mary E Mowry, both of Farmington.
1864 16 MAR M Moyer, William m in Wellsboro, 3d instant, by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr William Moyer to Miss Elizabeth Foucht, both of Delmar.
1864 13 JAN M Munn, Isaiah m in Covington Boro, 1st instant, by Ira Patchin, Esq., MR Isaiah Munn to Miss Margaret Weaver, all of Bloss, Pa.
1864 20 JAN M Murdough, John S. m in Richmond, at the residence of the bride's father, 13th instant, by Rev N.L. Reynolds, Mr. John S. Murdough of Mansfield to Miss Lucinda H. Pitts of Richmond.
1864 11 MAY D Murray, Ebenezer d in Wellsboro, 6th instant, Ebenezer Murray, aged 96 years. This venerable colored man and citizen came into this region of Pennsylvania, as long ago as the year 1804. He had formerly lived in Delaware, where he was in the service of a man of the name of James Murray. From this man he derived the name of Murray. The name of his own father and mother was Parker. A gentleman by the name of Wells bought his service for five years from Murray, with the understanding that at the expiration of that time he should be free. When the five years were over, Mr Wells brought Ebenezer and his wife Hetty, ( who still survives at an advanced age) into this county, and settled on what is now the Eastman farm in Delmar, the whole country being then an almost unbroken wilderness. After three years, Mr Wells went to Philadelphia for the purpose of purchasing the tract of land where he had fixed his dwelling and while there he fell victim to yellow fever. His name is now perpetuated in that of this place, Wellsboro. On the deat
1864 25 MAY D Niber, Hiram Correspondence dated May 17th, Camp near Thornsburg, Va. Casualties, 45th Regt. P.V.V. since 5th of May. Co. G Killed, William Downing, Co. H. Killed, Corporal Isaac H. Sherman, Co. I. Killed Hiram Niber ( Niver) Co. I. Killed, Warren Stone.
1864 10 FEB D Nichols, Grace d in Wellsboro, 22nd ultimo, Grace, daughter of W.A. and Nancy Nichols, aged 5 years.
1864 23 MAR D Nickison, Ellen d in Charleston, 9th instant, Ellen, wife of Hiram H. Nickison and only daughter of Tilden Cruttenden, aged 24 years.
1864 13 APR M Packard, Mary m in Bainbridge, Chenango County, NY, 4th instant, by Rev. Mr. Sperry, Mr. R. Porter Putnam of California and Miss Mary Packard of Bainbridge, NY.
1864 16 MAR M Palmer, Ellen m on the 6th instant, at the residence of Mr. Gilbert Conrow, Deposit, N.Y. by Rev. J.C. Hoyt, Captain James I. Carle, Provost Marshal, Pa. Reserves to Ellen T. Palmer of Binghamton, NY
1864 22 JUN D Palmer, Griffin Members of the 45th Reg't killed in the battle near Bethsada Church, June 3rd 1864. Co. F. Lt. George P. Scudder, Co. H. Cpl Thomas Dingman, H.T. Bowen, Griffin Parmer (Palmer)
1864 02 MAR M Parke, Susan m in Wellsboro, 1st instant, by Rev. George H. Jenks, Mr. Henry T Rice and Miss Susan Parke, both of Charleston.
1864 11 MAY D Peake, John d in Charleston, 19th ultimo, of diphtheria, John Hial Peake, aged 12 years, 3 months 1 day.
1864 30 MAR D Peterson, Daniel` d in Ridgebury township, Bradford county, on the 21st instant, Daniel Peterson, aged 97 years, He leaves 8 children, 66 grandchildren and 98 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren.
1864 13 APR D Phenix, Lucy R. d in Gaines, 7th instant, of diphtheria, Lucy R., daughter of John L. & Lucinda Phenix, aged 11 years, 8 months 25 days.
1864 20 JAN M Pitts, Lucinda m in Richmond, at the residence of the bride's father, 13th instant, by Rev N.L. Reynolds, Mr. John S. Murdough of Mansfield to Miss Lucinda H. Pitts of Richmond.
1864 27 FEB M Potter, Charles m at the Parsonage in East Charleston, 18th inst., Mr. Charles J. Potter and Miss Bulah Bacon, both of Charleston, Pa.
1864 27 APR D Potter, Charles d in Harrisburg, 28th ultimo, Charles Potter, aged 19 years. He enlisted in Capt. Merrick's Company on 18 Feb. and went to Harrisburg the following week. His illness was of brief duration. His body was brought home and buried near his father's house in Catlin Hollow.
1864 09 MAR D Potter, Survivah d in Charleston, 27th ultimo, Mrs. Survivah Potter, wife of Peleg Potter, aged 68 years, Member of the baptist Church for about 50 years.
1864 20 JAN D Power, Simeon d in Lawrenceville, 19th ultimo, Simeon Power, an old and esteemed physician in the 80th year of his age.
1864 01 JUN M Priest, Norma m in Londonville, Ashland Co., Ohio 4th May 1864, at the bride's residence, by the Rev. R. Wilcox, Pastor of the Methodist Church of Holmes Co., Ohio, Mr. L.S. Culver of Osceola, Pa to Miss Norma Priest of Londonville, Ashland Co., Ohio.
1864 23 MAR D Prutsman, Inez d in Tioga township, 6th Dec last, of diphtheria, Inez Blanch, oldest child of Mrs. George Prutsman. Aged 9 years & 9 months. And on Dec 13th, of the same disease, Mary Ellen, daughter of Mrs George Prutsman, aged 6 years and 9 months, and died on Dec 23d, of diphtheria, Pliny Powers Prutsman, youngest child of the same, aged 3 years 2 months. Tho years ago Mrs Prutsman and her children followed to the grave the kind husband and father, now her three children were taken from her, together with her father, Dr. Simeon Powers, who was so well known in the citizens of the county.
1864 23 MAR D Prutsman, Mary d in Tioga township, 6th Dec last, of diphtheria, Inez Blanch, oldest child of Mrs. George Prutsman. Aged 9 years & 9 months. And on Dec 13th, of the same disease, Mary Ellen, daughter of Mrs George Prutsman, aged 6 years and 9 months, and died on Dec 24???
1864 23 MAR D Prutsman, Pliny d in Tioga township, 6th Dec last, of diphtheria, Inez Blanch, oldest child of Mrs. George Prutsman. Aged 9 years & 9 months. And on Dec 13th, of the same disease, Mary Ellen, daughter of Mrs George Prutsman, aged 6 years and 9 months, and died on Dec 25??
1864 09 MAR M Putman, Eliza m in Southport, Chemung CO., NY, 27th ultimo, at the residence of Cornelius Putman, by the Rev. S.M. Bainbridge, Pastor of Central Baptist Church, Elmira, NY., Mr. William M Butler of Blossburg, Pa to Miss Eliza A. Putman, of Southport, Chemung Co., NY.
1864 13 APR M Putnam, Porter m in Bainbridge, Chenango County, NY, 4th instant, by Rev. Mr. Sperry, Mr. R. Porter Putnam of California and Miss Mary Packard of Bainbridge, NY.
1864 15 JUN M Ramsdell, Eveline m in Mansfield, April 28th., by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Homer H. Wilson to Miss Eveline L. Ramsdell, both of Richmond.
1864 20 APR M Ramsdell, H.J. m in Tioga on the 13th instant, by Rev. S.J. McCullough, Mr. H.J. Ramsdell of Washington D.C., formerly foreman and local editor of the Agitator to Miss Emily Garretson, second daughter of William Garretson, Esq., of Tioga.
1864 29 JUN D Reddington, Wright d in Washington, in U.S. General hospital, on the 14th instant, of wounds received in battle, Corp'l Wright Reddington, of Co. I. 45th Regt, P.V.V. aged 18 years, 11 months 28 days. He enlisted January 1st 1862, and did not receive any damage until June 3d 1864. He was wounded at Bethsada Church and was carried to Washington where he died, leaving a widowed mother and three sisters.
1864 23 MAR D Reese, Harvey d in Charleston, 23d ultimo, Harvey, son of Josiah & Matilda Reese, aged 20 years and 4 months.
1864 01 JUN M Rexford, Thomas R. m in Holidaytown, 10th inst., by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Thomas R. Rexford of Sullivan to Miss Lydia J Riley, ob Middlebury.
1864 27 FEB M Rice, Henry T m in Wellsboro, 1st instant, by Rev. George H. Jenks, Mr. Henry T Rice and Miss Susan Parke, both of Charleston.
1864 16 MAR M Richards, Anna m in Corning, on the 2d instant, by Rev. Niles, Mr. John J. Jones of Charleston to Miss Anna Richards of Union, both of Tioga Co.
1864 01 JUN M Riley, Lydia J m in Holidaytown, 10th inst., by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Thomas R. Rexford of Sullivan to Miss Lydia J Riley, ob Middlebury.
1864 16 MAR M Roe, John O. m in Wellsboro, 12th instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. John O. Roe to Mrs. Ann Eliza Leeper, both of Middlebury, Tioga Co., Pa.
1864 11 MAY D Root, Albert A d in Delmar, 8th instant, Albert A., son of Joseph & Harriet L. Root, aged 2 years 1 month 23 days.
1864 13 JAN M Sample, Elizabeth m in Keeneyville, 1st instant, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Joseph Beecher to Miss Elizabeth Sample, both of Middlebury.
1864 25 MAY D Sawyer, Andrew Correspondence dated Washington, May 15, 1864, Casualities in 149th Pa. Vols. Co. A. Oscar Jennings, Charleston, shot through the head. Andrew Sawyer, Tioga, sunstroke.
1864 09 MAR M Saxberry, Albert m in Chatham, 1st inst., by Reuben Morse, Esq., Mr Albert Saxberry of Co. I 45th Regt. P.V.V. to Isabell Jackson, both of Chatham.
1864 22 JUN D Scudder, George Members of the 45th Reg't killed in the battle near Bethsada Church, June 3rd 1864. Co. F. Lt. George P. Scudder, Co. H. Cpl Thomas Dingman, H.T. Bowen, Griffin Parmer (Palmer)
1864 20 JAN D Seely, Ray d in Knoxville, 10th ultimo, Ray only child of Mrs Maggie E. Seely, and grandson of Rev. E. Sweet, aged 3 years.
1864 17 FEB D Sheardown, A.M. d at the residence of his father in Troy, Bradford County, Pa., on the 13th ultimo of chronic diarrhea, A.M. Sheardown, M.D., youngest son of Rev Thomas S. Sheardown, aged 25 years. He last served as assistant surgeon in the U.S. Army, in the 107th Regt. Pa. Vols...
1864 27 APR M Sheffer, Sarah m in Liberty, 10th instant, by R.C. Cox, Esq., Mr William Woodruff to Miss Sarah J Sheffer.
1864 25 MAY D Sherman, Isaac Correspondence dated May 17th, Camp near Thornsburg, Va. Casualties, 45th Regt. P.V.V. since 5th of May. Co. G Killed, William Downing, Co. H. Killed, Corporal Isaac H. Sherman, Co. I. Killed Hiram Niber ( Niver) Co. I. Killed, Warren Stone.
1864 27 FEB M Sherman, Porter m in Wellsboro, 16th instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Porter R. Sherman of 45th Pa. Vols. To Miss Mary Louise Wilcox.
1864 11 MAY D Shumway, Sleeman d on the 2nd instant, after a sudden and brief illness, Sleeman Shumway, aged 67 years 18 days. He was one of the earliest settlers in this county, having come into it 59 years ago. He had his home till the time of his death, where his son Palmer Shumway, now resides, in the town of Charleston. He leaves a wife at the age of 69 years, and 5 children. He was buried with Masonic obsequies on May 5, the funeral being held at the school house on Shumway Hill.
1864 25 MAY M Simonds, Frank I m in Jackson, 20 Feb 1864, by Rev. L. Stone, Mr. Frank I Simonds of Barrington, Mass. To Miss Julia Wood of Wells, Bradford Co.
1864 23 MAR D Smith, Alice B d in Gaines, 12th Jan last, of diphtheria, Alice B., daugher of Eliza Smith, aged 14 years, 3 months.
1864 18 MAY D Smith, Charles H. d in Charleston, 10th instant, of congestion of the brain, Charles H. Smith, son of Jason E & Mary A. Smith, aged 4 years, 5 months 11 days.
1864 23 MAR D Smith, Samuel d in Gaines, 13th Jan last of diphtheria, Samuel Smith, aged 9 years.
1864 16 MAR M Smith, Susan m in Mainesburg, 6th instant, by R.K. Brundage, Esq., Mr. Paul F. Wilson of Columbia, Bradford Co. to Miss Susan Smith, of Rutland, Tioga Co.
1864 22 JUN D Smith, William Correspondence from Washington dated June 17th. Killed: William Smith of Delmar, Co. A. 149th.
1864 29 JUN D Spencer, Lewis P. We learn that Lewis P. Spencer, Co. G. 6th Regt. PRVC was mortally wounded in a charge on the evening of May 10th and died on the 12th in a hospital near Spotsylvania.
1864 35829 M Spencer, Nathan m in Union, 20th ultimo, by Elder E. Reynolds, Mr. Nathan Spencer to Abba Tarbox, all of Union.
1864 25 MAY M Springer, Aaron m on 10th of May 1864, by Rev. L. Stone, Mr. Aaron Springer, of Liberty, Pa to Miss Ida A. Garrison, of Jackson, Pa. 
1864 09 MAR D Steele, Sarah d in Dlemar, 18th ultimo, Sarah, wife of Gurdon Steele, aged 30 years.
1864 25 MAY M Steinberger, George m on 25th of Feb 1864, by Rev. L. Stone, Mr. George Steinberger, of Jackson, Pa to Miss Kate A Lucas of Troy, Bradford Co.
1864 27 APR M Stilwell, Sarah R. m in Burlington borough, 18th instant, by Rev R.L. Stilwell, Lieut, G.A. Ludlow, of 6th Regt, V.R.C. to Miss Sarah R. Stilwell, of Burlington borough, Bradford Co.
1864 25 MAY D Stone, Warren Correspondence dated May 17th, Camp near Thornsburg, Va. Casualties, 45th Regt. P.V.V. since 5th of May. Co. G Killed, William Downing, Co. H. Killed, Corporal Isaac H. Sherman, Co. I. Killed Hiram Niber ( Niver) Co. I. Killed, Warren Stone.
1864 27 APR D Stowell, Mary  d in Delmar, 11th instant, of diphtheria, Mary Estella, daughter of William & Louise Stowell, aged 3 years.
1864 16 MAR M Stradley, James m in East Charleston, March 6, 1864, by Rev. J. Shaw, James M. Stradley of Jersey Mills, Lycoming Co., Pa. To Miss Artelissa Burns, of Charleston, Tioga Co., Pa.
1864 23 MAR M Stratton, Lucy H m in Fall Brook, 16th ultimo, by Rev R.W. McCormick, Mr. Charles N. Cranmer to Miss Lucy H. Stratton, both of Fall Brook.
1864 13 APR D Stull, Col. M.W. d in Elkland, 1st ultimo, of paralysis, Col. M.W. Stull, in the 72nd year of his age. He had been a resident of this county for upwards to 40 years. He purchased and settled on the farm on which he died, in 1823, Col. Stull was born in Southport, near Elmira. At the age of 20 he entered the Army in the War of 1812 and as a soldier served his country faithfully for 7 months. He was an affectionate father and husband. He was employed for 1 year as engineer on the North Branch Canal and he has done surveying throughout the county. He was county Commissioner for 6 years.
1864 16 MAR M Stull, david W. m in Elkland, 23d January last, by Rev. E. Kennedy, Mr. David W. Stull of Elkland to Miss Mary Thomas of Tuscarora, Steuben Co., NY.
1864 15 JUN M Sweet, John m in Mansfield, 26th ult., by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. John Sweet of Oxford, NY to Miss Leonora Cochran of Richmond.
1864 03 FEB M Tarbox, Abba m in Union, 20th ultimo, by Elder E. Reynolds, Mr. Nathan Spencer to Abba Tarbox, all of Union.
1864 13 JAN M Taylor, Eliza m in Wellsboro, 31st ultimo, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Miner Jackson to Miss Eliza Taylor, both of Chatham.
1864 27 JAN D Thomas, Mary d in Covington, at the residence of Gen. Putman, on the 10th instant, Miss Mary Thomas, in the 22nd year of her age.
1864 16 MAR M Thomas, Mary m in Elkland, 23d January last, by Rev. E. Kennedy, Mr. David W. Stull of Elkland to Miss Mary Thomas of Tuscarora, Steuben Co., NY.
1864 13 JAN M Thorne, Elliott m in Keeneyville, 13th ultimo, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Elliott Thorne of Middlebury to Miss Emeline Walker of Tioga.
1864 22 JUN M Tomb,  m in Wellsboro, 17th inst., by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Elmer H. Viall, to Miss ____ Tomb, both of Brown township, Lycoming Co.
1864 01 JUN M Updike, Hulsey m in Rutland, 16th ult., by rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. Hulsey Updike to Miss Adaline Wood.
1864 27 APR D VanHosen, Samuel d in Camp, near Annapolis, Md., on the 10th instant, Samuel VanHosen of Gaines, Tioga co., in the 36th year of his age. He enlisted but a few weeks since in Co. I, 45th Regt. Pa. V.V. He leaves a wife and 4 small children.
1864 22 JUN M Viall, Elmer H m in Wellsboro, 17th inst., by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Elmer H. Viall, to Miss ____ Tomb, both of Brown township, Lycoming Co.
1864 16 MAR M Videan, Louella m in Covington borough, 13th ultimo, by Ira Patchen, Esq., Mr. Wheeler N. Marvin of Covington township to Miss Louella L. Videan, of Covington borough.
1864 02 MAR M Wade, Alma m on the 18th ultimo, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Geroulds G. Dennison to Miss Alma Wade, both of Charleston.
1864 13 JAN M Walker, Emeline m in Keeneyville, 13th ultimo, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Elliott Thorne of Middlebury to Miss Emeline Walker of Tioga.
1864 02 MAR M Wallace, Elizabeth m in Morris Run, 21st of Jan., at the residence of Mr David Brown, by R.W. McCormick, Mr John Youmans of Richmond township and Miss Elizabeth Wallace.
1864 20 JAN D Watrous, Charles d in Gaines township, 9th instant, of diphtheria, Charles Herbert Watrous, youngest son of James H & Betsy Watrous, aged 7 years, 9 month and 5 days.
1864 09 MAR D Watrous, Harriet d Harriet, wife of Charles B. Watrous, Feb 22nd 1864, of typhoid fever, in Gaines, Tioga Co. Pa. In the 27th year of her age. She was born in Caton, Steuben Co., NY. She leaves a husband and 2 small children.
1864 13 JAN M Weaver, Margaret m in Covington Boro, 1st instant, by Ira Patchin, Esq., MR Isaiah Munn to Miss Margaret Weaver, all of Bloss, Pa.
1864 15 JUN M Webster, Solomon m in Mansfield, 21st ult., by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Solomon Webster to Miss Susanna Grandy, both of Sullivan. 
1864 18 MAY M Well, George m in Tioga, 27th ultimo, by the Rev. S.J. McCullough, Mr. George N. Wells and Miss Susie C. Mersereau.
1864 09 MAR M Wheeler, Lucinda m in Wellsboro, 26th ultimo, by Andrew Crowl, Esq., Mr Byron Buckley to Miss Lucinda Wheeler, both of Delmar.
1864 09 MAR D Whipple, Hattie d, Hattie Whipple, at her father's residence near Mansfield, Pa., 11 Feb 1864, aged 22 years.
1864 15 JUN M White, Laura m in Mansfield, 4th inst., by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. George Cole of Middlebury to Miss Laura A. White of Farmington.
1864 22 JUN D Wilcox, Celinda E. d in Charleston, Dec 19, 1863 of diphtheria Celinda E., daughter of J.P. & P.J. Wilcox, of East Charleston, aged 3 years.
1864 27 FEB M Wilcox, Mary m in Wellsboro, 16th instant, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Porter R. Sherman of 45th Pa. Vols. To Miss Mary Louise Wilcox.
1864 30 MAR D Willard, Mary d in Tioga township, 29th ultimo, Mrs Mary Willard aged 94 years. She was among the first settlers of this county. Her husband built the first frame house in Tioga village.
1864 30 MAR M Williams, James m in Mansfield, 27th instant, by Rev N.L. Reynolds, Mr. James Williams to Miss Annie Keyes, both of Sylvania, Bradford County.
1864 15 JUN M Wilson, Homer H m in Mansfield, April 28th., by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Homer H. Wilson to Miss Eveline L. Ramsdell, both of Richmond.
1864 16 MAR M Wilson, Paul m in Mainesburg, 6th instant, by R.K. Brundage, Esq., Mr. Paul F. Wilson of Columbia, Bradford Co. to Miss Susan Smith, of Rutland, Tioga Co.
1864 25 MAY M Winne, Fannie m on the 23d of Feb by Rev. L. Stone, Mr Emmet Baker, of Rutland, Pa. To Miss Fanniw Winne of Perth, Fulton Co., NY.
1864 01 JUN M Wood, Adaline` m in Rutland, 16th ult., by rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. Hulsey Updike to Miss Adaline Wood.
1864 25 MAY M Wood, Julia m in Jackson, 20 Feb 1864, by Rev. L. Stone, Mr. Frank I Simonds of Barrington, Mass. To Miss Julia Wood of Wells, Bradford Co.
1864 29 JUN D Wood, William P Casualties, 45th Pa. Regt, Letter dated June 8th 1864, Camp in Field, Co. G. William P Wood, mortally wounded in side, since dead. Co. I. On the 6th inst., Lt Dewitt C. Hoig, was killed by a sharpshooter while on the skirmish line.
1864 27 APR M Woodruff, William m in Liberty, 10th instant, by R.C. Cox, Esq., Mr William Woodruff to Miss Sarah J Sheffer.
1864 02 MAR M Youmans, John m in Morris Run, 21st of Jan., at the residence of Mr David Brown, by R.W. McCormick, Mr John Youmans of Richmond township and Miss Elizabeth Wallace.


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