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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 1865 Jan to June

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

1865 12 APR D Alexander, Oscar F. Died Also, Oscar F. Alexander, cousin of J.S. Beach, of Co. G. 64th N.Y.V. at Salisbury Prison Hospital on Jan 12, 1865. Aged 29 years. (Notice signed by Jehial Beach, Elk, March 29, 1865)
1865 24 MAY M Allen, Joseph m in Wellsboro, 17th inst., by Rev. J. Shaw, Mr. Joseph Allen of Delmar, Pa., and Miss Louise Jennings, of Charleston,. Pa.
1865 1 MAR M Ames, Henriett m in Mainesburg, 16th ult., by R.K. Brundage, Esq., Henry Clark of Sylvania to Miss Henriett Ames of Mansfield.
1865 26 APR D Bancroft, Asa P. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 12 APR D Beach, John S. d in Salisbury Prison Hospital, NC of inflammation of the lungs, John S., eldest son of J.& S. beach, of Elk township, Tioga Co aged 27 years. He enlisted in Co. I. 45th Regt P.V. Oct. 15, 1861, was taken prisoner near Richmond & Petersburg Sept 30, 1864. He was robbed of nearly all that he had necessary for his comfort, hence together with the want of proper after care he died Jan 12, 1865. He leaves aged parents.
1865 26 APR M Beardslee, Mary A. m in Canton, 8th ult., by Rev. M. Coyle, of Burlington, Pa. Mr. S. Murray Watts to Miss Mary A. Beardslee, both oif Canton.
1865 29 MAR M Beers, Candace C. m on 14th inst., in Charleston by Rev. J. Ingerick, William L. Freland of Farmington to Candace C. Beers of Wells, Bradford co.
1865 25 JAN M Beers, Silas m in Charleston, 17th inst., by Rev. C. Weeks, Mr. Silas Beers of Jackson to Miss Mary Neal of Charleston.
1865 18 JAN M Billings, Silas X. m by Rev. J. Shaw, at the residence of the bride's mother, 5th instant, Mr. Silas X. Billings of Gaines, Pa., to Miss Sarah M. Locke, of Wellsboro, Pa.
1865 17 MAY D Blake, Kitty d in Elizabeth, NJ, 11th inst., Miss Kitty Blake, in her 21st year.
1865 11 JAN M Blanchard, Emily m in Lawrence, 28th ult., by Rev. Francis Rand, at the house of the bride's father, Mr. Merritt Randolph of Detroit, Mich., to Miss Emily Blanchard.
1865 26 APR D Blanchard, Jno. P. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 10 MAY D Blanchard, John P. d in the charge upon Fort Mahone, before Petersburg, on the 2d of April last, John P. Blanchard, Co. G., 207th P.V. aged 20 years and 9 months. He was the only son of Abner Blanchard, of Knoxville, Tioga Co. He enlisted last Sept. in Co. G. 207th P.V.
1865 8 FEB D Blue, Cyrus d in Clymer, 5th inst., Cyrus Blue, of CO. H., 57th P.V. a re-enlisted veteran, from the effects of sun-stroke before Petersburg, in June last, aged 25 years.
1865 4 JAN D Bodine, Albert The following prisoners from Tioga county died at the places mentioned. At Andersonville in September, Oscar Henry. William Cameron died at Charleston about October 1st.Jesse K. wilcox died at Florence, SC in October. Albert Bodine, Co. B, 101st P.V. died at Andersonville in July.
1865 14 JUN M Borden, Bishop P. m at the house of the bride's mother at Mitchell's Creek, Pa. 6th instant by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. Bishop P. Borden of Tioga and Miss Jennie E. Mitchell.
1865 26 APR M Brace, Asena m 15th inst., at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. G.P. Watrous, Mr. Seth D. Bryan of Jackson to Miss Asena Brace of Richmond.
1865 15 FEB M Brady, Jerome J. m in Tioga, 1st inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, J. Jerome Brady and Harriet E. Kingsley.
1865 1 MAR M Brooks, Mariette m in Nelson, 19th ult., by Rev. W.E.Pindar, Mr. Joel R. Chamberlain of Farmington to Miss Mariette Brooks of Nelson.
1865 26 APR M Bryan, Seth D. m 15th inst., at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. G.P. Watrous, Mr. Seth D. Bryan of Jackson to Miss Asena Brace of Richmond.
1865 17 MAY D Bryant, Albert Died (extracted from the diary of Augustus Lyon, Co. A. 149th P.V. which he kept during his imprisonment in rebel prisons) Died on Dec 17th 1864, Albert Bryant.
1865 7 JUN D Cady, P.W. Killed in the charge upon Fort Mahone, before Petersburg, Apr 2, Mr. P.W. Cady, Co. G, 207th P.V. and a citizen of Chatham Township. Surviving is his wife.
1865 26 APR D Cady, Porter H. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 4 JAN D Cameron, William The following prisoners from Tioga county died at the places mentioned. At Andersonville in September, Oscar Henry. William Cameron died at Charleston about October 1st.Jesse K. wilcox died at Florence, SC in October. Albert Bodine, Co. B, 101st P.V. died at Andersonville in July.
1865 5 APR D Campbell, A.E. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt. In Front of Petersburg dated Mar 26th 1865. Killed on March 25th, A.E. Campbell, of Co. A.
1865 28 JUN M Campbell, Margaret m in Delmar, 19th inst., at the house of the bride's father, Mr. John B. Wilcox of Wellsboro and Miss Margaret Campbell.
1865 25 JAN M Carley, John m in Tioga, 11th inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, John Carley to Mary A Updyke, both of Jackson.
1865 18 JAN O Catlin, Delaune Rev. L. Stone will preach the funeral service of Delaune Catlin, late a member of Co. A. 187th P.V. in the Church at Catlin Hollow, Sunday, January 29, 1865.
1865 12 APR M Catlin, Jas. E. m in Wellsboro, by Rev. Jno. Shaw, 6th inst., Lieut. Jas. E. Catlin, of Co. I. 45th P.V. and Miss Eliza Mills of Charleston.
1865 1 MAR M Chamberlain, Joel R. m in Nelson, 19th ult., by Rev. W.E.Pindar, Mr. Joel R. Chamberlain of Farmington to Miss Mariette Brooks of Nelson.
1865 14 JUN M Chamberlain, Jonathan m in Nelson, 4th inst., by Rev. W.E. Pindar, Mr. Jonathan E. Chamberlain of Farmington and Miss Anna E. Clark of Nelson.
1865 5 APR D Chapman, Carlton T. d in Salisbury, NC, Feb 8th 1865, Carlton T., son of S.R. Chapman, aged 20 years. (Served in the War and died in a souther prison) He leaves his parents and sisters.
1865 12 APR D Christenat, Albert died, Albert Christenat, son of Rudolph Christenat of this village. He enlisted in Co. E. 1st Rifles and served through all the campaigns of the first three years of war. In Mar 1864, he re-enlisted for three years and was taken prisoner on 19 Aug last and sent to Libby. Being removed to Salisbury, NC he received such barbarous treatment there as resulted in his death on 8th Feb 1865. He is the second of the same family who has perished that his country might live.
1865 26 APR D Christenat, Rudolph d Mr. Rudolph Christenat, sone of the oldest citizens of this village, died suddenly at his residence Sunday afternoon. His family have the sympathy of the entire community in their three-fold affliction.
1865 14 JUN M Clark, Anna E. m in Nelson, 4th inst., by Rev. W.E. Pindar, Mr. Jonathan E. Chamberlain of Farmington and Miss Anna E. Clark of Nelson.
1865 1 MAR M Clark, Henry m in Mainesburg, 16th ult., by R.K. Brundage, Esq., Henry Clark of Sylvania to Miss Henriett Ames of Mansfield.
1865 3 MAY D Claus, Floydie d in Charleston, Nov 24, 1864 Floydie, youngest son of Benjamin and Nancy Claus, aged 7 years, 11 months 6 days.
1865 19 APR D Conner, Willie Beecher d in Charleston, 24th ult., Willie Beecher, son of Noah & Desdemona Conner, aged _? Year, 4 months 24 days.
1865 7 JUN M Crandel, J. m on the 21st ult., by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. J. Candel and Miss M.J. Hanaway, all of Jackson.
1865 15 MAR M Crippen, William m in Mansfield, 6th inst., by the Rev. W. Beach, Mr. William Crippen of Rutland and Mary McConnell of Sulliban.
1865 18 JAN M Cummings, Rosanna m by Rev. J. Shaw, 28th ult., Mr. Theodore Spencer to Mrs. Rosanna R. Cummings, both of Delmar.
1865 25 JAN M Dawson, George S. m 3d. inst., by Rev. P. Reynolds, Mr. George S. Dawson to Miss Amanda Forsyth, both of Charleston.
1865 1 MAR M Dewey, George m in Mainesburg, 26th ult., by R. K. Brundage, George Dewey of Sullivan to Miss Hellen Foard of Mainesburg.
1865 19 APR M Duryea, L.S. m on 10th inst., Mr. H.J. Wright of Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mrs. L.S. Duryea of Charleston.
1865 10 MAY D Elliott, Lewis Mr. S.W. Trull writes from Harrisburg that Lewis Elliott, late of Co. I. 45th P.V.V. died at the Post Hospital, Camp Curtin, May 3, and was buried in the City cemetery near that city.
1865 8 MAR D Elliott, Mary E. d in Charleston, 26th ult., Mary E., daughter of Oliver and Mary A. Elliott, aged 21 years 6 months 16 days.
1865 12 APR M Ellis, Albert W. m in Middlebury, 2d inst. At the residence of the bride, by Thomas Keeney, Esq., Albert W. Ellis, of Townsend twp, Schuyler Co. NY and Sarah A. Keeney of Middlebury.
1865 25 JAN M Ely, Calvin m at the parsonage in Charleston, 2d instant by Rev. C. Weeks, Mr. Calvin Ely to Miss Mary A. Neal, both of Charleston.
1865 11 JAN D Fish, Lucia M. d in Tioga, 5th inst., Mrs. Lucia M. Fish aged 56 years (or 58) formerly of Wellsboro.
1865 1 MAR M Foard, Hellen m in Mainesburg, 26th ult., by R. K. Brundage, George Dewey of Sullivan to Miss Hellen Foard of Mainesburg.
1865 25 JAN M Forsyth, Amanda m 3d. inst., by Rev. P. Reynolds, Mr. George S. Dawson to Miss Amanda Forsyth, both of Charleston.
1865 8 MAR M Fray, Anna m in Tioga, 3d inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, Mr. John Miller to Miss Anna Fray.
1865 29 MAR M Freland, William L. m on 14th inst., in Charleston by Rev. J. Ingerick, William L. Freland of Farmington to Candace C. Beers of Wells, Bradford co.
1865 25 JAN M Fuller, Elon A. m in Mainesburg, 22d inst., by R.K. Brundage, Esq., Elon A. Fuller, of Mansfield to Mary Kyes of Sylvania, Pa.
1865 19 APR M Gibbs, Sarah A. m in Charleston, 13th inst., by Rev. P. Reynolds, Mr. Alonzo Warren of Co. B, 101st P.V. to Miss Sarah Gibbs of Charleston.
1865 10 MAY D Gibson, Mrs. d the Widow of the late Dr. O.L. Gibson, died Saturday evening at her residence in this borough after a long and painful illness in the 60th year of her age.
1865 31 MAY M Gillett, Jane E. m in Richmond, on the 28th inst., by Elder I.R. Spencer, Mr. James S. Prouty of Painted Post and Miss Jane E. Gillett, of Richmond.
1865 7 JUN M Gillette, Ralph m in Tioga, 24th ult., by H.H. Borden, Esq., Mr. Ralph Gillette of Osceola and Miss Mary J. Staysa of Farmington.
1865 24 MAY D Gleason, Miss d a daughter of Mr. John Gleason, near Tioga, about 13 years of age, was recently playing around a chip fire in the front yard when her clothes took fire and before they could be extinguished she was burned to death.
1865 26 APR D Good, Jno. M. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 14 JUN D Grandy, Laurtis L. d at Lincoln Hospital, Washington, April 9, 1865 from injuries received by the fall from his horse, Laurtis L. Grandy, of CO. G, 207th P.V. aged about 29 years. He first saw service in the Union Army as a member of Co. B. 3d Pa. Cavalry. He volunteered in the 207th Regt. last September.
1865 26 APR D Graves, I.C. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 5 APR M Gray, Eliza m in Charleston, 26 Feb. 1865, by Rev. Charlest Weeks, George W. Kimball to Eliza Gray, both of Delmar.
1865 15 MAR M Greek, George m in Tioga, 11th inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, George Greek and Mary A Hoteling.
1865 26 APR D Hammond, Bartlett Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 7 JUN M Hanaway, M.J. m on the 21st ult., by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. J. Candel and Miss M.J. Hanaway, all of Jackson.
1865 24 MAY O Hart, Lyman The funeral service for Lyman Hart, late of Co. K. 207th P.V. will be held at the Young's School House, on Sunday next at 2 o'clock P.M.
1865 4 JAN D Henry, Oscar The following prisoners from Tioga county died at the places mentioned. At Andersonville in September, Oscar Henry. William Cameron died at Charleston about October 1st.Jesse K. wilcox died at Florence, SC in October. Albert Bodine, Co. B, 101st P.V. died at Andersonville in July.
1865 24 MAY M Hicox, Hannah m in Harpersville, NY on the 15th inst., Mr. William Olmsted of Delmar, Pa. And Miss Hannah A. Hicox of Colesville, NY.
1865 15 MAR M Hoteling, Mary A. m in Tioga, 11th inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, George Greek and Mary A Hoteling.
1865 1 MAR D Howland, James Camp, 2nd Pa. Cavalry, Feb 6th 1865. CO. L. Killed on Sunday last, James Howland. (an account of the battle was given)
1865 11 JAN M Hurlburt, Nancy E. m 31st ult, by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. Lorenzo E. Page to Miss Nancy E. Hurlburt, both of Bloss, Tioga Co.
1865 11 JAN M Inscho, Susan K. m on the 29th ult., by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. Seth J. Snell of Chemung, NY to Miss Susan K. Inscho, of Jackson, Tioga Co.
1865 19 APR M James, Mary m in Jackson, 2d inst., by Rev. M. Rockwell, mr. Joel Sheives to Miss Mary James, all of Jackson.
1865 3 MAY D Jennings, George M. d in East Charleston, the 12th ult., George M. Jennings, aged 9 years 1 month 3 days.
1865 24 MAY M Jennings, Louise m in Wellsboro, 17th inst., by Rev. J. Shaw, Mr. Joseph Allen of Delmar, Pa., and Miss Louise Jennings, of Charleston,. Pa.
1865 1 FEB M Kapp, George m in Wellsboro, 31st ult., by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. George Kapp to Miss Margaret Krumm, both of Germania.
1865 12 APR M Keeney, Sarah A. m in Middlebury, 2d inst. At the residence of the bride, by Thomas Keeney, Esq., Albert W. Ellis, of Townsend twp, Schuyler Co. NY and Sarah A. Keeney of Middlebury.
1865 5 APR M Kimball, George W. m in Charleston, 26 Feb. 1865, by Rev. Charlest Weeks, George W. Kimball to Eliza Gray, both of Delmar.
18865 15 FEB M Kingsley, Harriet m in Tioga, 1st inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, J. Jerome Brady and Harriet E. Kingsley.
1865 1 FEB M Krumm, Margaret m in Wellsboro, 31st ult., by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. George Kapp to Miss Margaret Krumm, both of Germania.
1865 25 JAN M Kyes, Mary m in Mainesburg, 22d inst., by R.K. Brundage, Esq., Elon A. Fuller, of Mansfield to Mary Kyes of Sylvania, Pa.
1865 26 APR D Lapp, Jos. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 4 JAN D Lawton, Edward O. d in Philadelphia, 29th Nov 1864 of small pox, Edward O. Lawton of Co. A. 187th Regt. Pa. Vols., aged 18 years 6 months 5 days.
1865 22 FEB M Lewis, Martha J. m in Elmira, NY, 9th inst., by Rev. George C. Curtis, D.D., W.F. Palmer of Rutland, Tioga co. to Martha J. Lewis of Wells, Bradford Co.
1865 19 APR D Lincoln, Abraham Death of Abraham Lincoln.
1865 26 APR D Lloyd, A.S. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 1 MAR M Locke, Jesse N. m in Gaines, 26th ult., by Rev. W. Beach, Jesse N. Locke of Wellsboro to Miss Sarah E. Watrous of Gaines.
1865 18 JAN M Locke, Sarah M. m by Rev. J. Shaw, at the residence of the bride's mother, 5th instant, Mr. Silas X. Billings of Gaines, Pa., to Miss Sarah M. Locke, of Wellsboro, Pa.
1865 12 APR M Loop, A.M. m in Elkland, 18th ult, by Rev. E.B. Benedict, Doct. A.M. Loop to Miss Sophia J. Tremaine, both of Nelson.
1865 26 APR D Lott, Jos. A. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 8 FEB M Lucas, Henry S. m in Williamsport, 8th inst., by Rev. Mr. McNeil, Mr. Henry S. Lucas to Miss Martha Pinkham both of Williamsport.
1865 26 APR D Lyon, Augustus d at Salisbury, NC, Nov 20, 1864, John Lyon, of Co. A, 149th P.V. aged 22 years, 3 months 7 days. Also at Salisbury, NC Jan 16, 1865, Augustus Lyon, aged 29 years 9 months 17 days, both sons of Josepth E. Lyon of Middlebury, Pa. They were both captured on the Weldon R.R., Sunday, August 21, 1864 and after being kept at Belle Island four weeks, they were taken to Salisbury, NC where they soon fell victims to rebel cruelty and starvation...(Extracts from the diary of Augustus Lyon of events which took place in prison. See May 17th 1865 issue.)
1865 26 APR D Lyon, John d at Salisbury, NC, Nov 20, 1864, John Lyon, of Co. A, 149th P.V. aged 22 years, 3 months 7 days. Also at Salisbury, NC Jan 16, 1865, Augustus Lyon, aged 29 years 9 months 17 days, both sons of Josepth E. Lyon of Middlebury, Pa. They were both captured on the Weldon R.R., Sunday, August 21, 1864 and after being kept at Belle Island four weeks, they were taken to Salisbury, NC where they soon fell victims to rebel cruelty and starvation...(Extracts from the diary of Augustus Lyon of events which took place in prison. See May 17th 1865 issue.)
1865 15 FEB M Martin, Elizabeth m in Tioga, 1st inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, Thomas D. Sullivan and Elizabeth J. Martin.
1865 24 MAY D Maynard, Caroline E. d in Elk, 28th ult., Caroline E., daughter of George and Lucretia Maynard, aged 13 years 9 months 2 days.
1865 15 MAR M McConnell, Mary m in Mansfield, 6th inst., by the Rev. W. Beach, Mr. William Crippen of Rutland and Mary McConnell of Sulliban.
1865 8 MAR M Miller, John m in Tioga, 3d inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, Mr. John Miller to Miss Anna Fray.
1865 12 APR M Mills, Eliza m in Wellsboro, by Rev. Jno. Shaw, 6th inst., Lieut. Jas. E. Catlin, of Co. I. 45th P.V. and Miss Eliza Mills of Charleston.
1865 26 APR D Mitchell, E. D. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 14 JUN M Mitchell, Jennie E. m at the house of the bride's mother at Mitchell's Creek, Pa. 6th instant by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. Bishop P. Borden of Tioga and Miss Jennie E. Mitchell.
1865 17 MAY O Moore, Edward H. The funeral sermon of Edward H. Moore, late of the 2d Wisconsin Cavalry will be preached at the Dartt Settlement Meeting House next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
1865 11 JAN M Morgan, Charles H. m in Rutland, 27th ult., at the residence of the bride's father, Mr Charles H. Morgan, of Waverly, NY to Miss Martha M. Simpson.
1865 26 APR D Morris, Thos. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 26 APR D Moyer, Eli H. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 25 JAN M Neal, Mary  m in Charleston, 17th inst., by Rev. C. Weeks, Mr. Silas Beers of Jackson to Miss Mary Neal of Charleston.
1865 25 JAN M Neal, Mary A. m at the parsonage in Charleston, 2d instant by Rev. C. Weeks, Mr. Calvin Ely to Miss Mary A. Neal, both of Charleston.
1865 3 MAY D Ogden, I.S. d in Berlin, Harden County, Iowa, 28th ult., Mr. I.S. Ogden, formerly of Gaines, Tioga Co., Pa. Aged 42 years 8 months 25 days.
1865 24 MAY M Olmsted, William m in Harpersville, NY on the 15th inst., Mr. William Olmsted of Delmar, Pa. And Miss Hannah A. Hicox of Colesville, NY.
1865 11 JAN M Page, Lorenzo E. m 31st ult, by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. Lorenzo E. Page to Miss Nancy E. Hurlburt, both of Bloss, Tioga Co.
1865 14 JUN D Palmer, Abraham d near Alexandria, in the Field Hospital, 20th of May ultimo, Abraham Palmer, of Co. G. 207th P.V. late of Middlebury, aged 42 years. The body was brought home and the funeral held on the 31st ult. Sermon by Rev. Charles Weeks of Charleston. He leaves a wife & 3 children.
1865 26 APR D Palmer, Nathan Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 22 FEB M Palmer, W.F. m in Elmira, NY, 9th inst., by Rev. George C. Curtis, D.D., W.F. Palmer of Rutland, Tioga co. to Martha J. Lewis of Wells, Bradford Co.
1865 12 APR O Peterson, Wesley As we go to press the funeral of Wesley Peterson, a victim of Rebel barbarism, is being witnessed in the streets. He will be buried with military honors.
1865 15 FEB M Phelps, Hiram V. m in Wellsboro, 28th ult., by Rev. Jno. Shaw, Mr. Hiram V. Phelps of Mansfield and Miss Emma Robbins of Sullivan.
1865 8 FEB M Pinkham, Martha m in Williamsport, 8th inst., by Rev. Mr. McNeil, Mr. Henry S. Lucas to Miss Martha Pinkham both of Williamsport.
1865 11 JAN M Place, Melissa A. m in Tioga, 28th ult., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, John Vanosten of Havana, NY and Melissa A. Place, of Tioga.
1865 31 MAY M Prouty, James S. m in Richmond, on the 28th inst., by Elder I.R. Spencer, Mr. James S. Prouty of Painted Post and Miss Jane E. Gillett, of Richmond.
1865 11 JAN M Randolph, Merritt m in Lawrence, 28th ult., by Rev. Francis Rand, at the house of the bride's father, Mr. Merritt Randolph of Detroit, Mich., to Miss Emily Blanchard.
1865 7 JUN M Ransom, George S. m in Wellsboro, June 6th at the residecne of bride's father, J.Emery Esq., by Rev. Edward J. Gray, Mr. George S. Ransom and Mrs. Mary C. Ruckman, all of Williamsport, Pa.
1865 25 JAN M Ribble, Sarah E. m 19th inst., by Rev. P. Reynolds, Mr. George S. Dawson to Miss Amanda Forsyth, both of Charleston.
1865 26 APR D Rich, Eugene Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 26 APR D Richardson, Jas. H. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 3 MAY D Robb, Levi I. died Lieut. Levi I. Robb, Co. H 45th P.V. was wounded on April 2d and died at City Point on the 9th of April.
1865 4 JAN D Robbins, Emily d in Sullivan, 8th ult., Emily, daughter of Dexter and Mary Robbins, aged 20 years 3 months 5 days. She was a school teacher. Her death is a heavy blow to her parents.
1865 15 FEB M Robbins, Emma m in Wellsboro, 28th ult., by Rev. Jno. Shaw, Mr. Hiram V. Phelps of Mansfield and Miss Emma Robbins of Sullivan.
1865 26 APR D Roblyer, Hiram Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 28 JUN D Roe, Alfred R. d in Charleston, 19th inst., Alfred R., son of John E. and Lois Roe, aged 6 months and 15 days.
1865 7 JUN M Ruckman, Mary C. m in Wellsboro, June 6th at the residecne of bride's father, J.Emery Esq., by Rev. Edward J. Gray, Mr. George S. Ransom and Mrs. Mary C. Ruckman, all of Williamsport, Pa.
1865 17 MAY M Sample, Charles m in Middlebury, 7th inst. By Thomas Keeney, Esq., Charles Sample to Miss Sarah Shesler, all of Middlebury.
1865 22 MAR D Sando, William d in Middlebury, 30th Jan 1865, of disease contracted while in the service of his country, William Sando in the 22nd year of his age. He was an only son and leaves his aged parents and 5 sisters.
1865 14 JUN D Sawyer, Alice d in Farmington, Apr 21, 1865, Alice, eldest daughter of Andrew & Sarah sawyer, aged 6 years, 8 months 7 days.
1865 26 APR D Searles, Charles d in Daggett's Mills, 26th ult., Charles Searles, aged 23 years.
1865 19 APR M Sheives, Joel m in Jackson, 2d inst., by Rev. M. Rockwell, mr. Joel Sheives to Miss Mary James, all of Jackson.
1865 17 MAY M Shesler, Sarah m in Middlebury, 7th inst. By Thomas Keeney, Esq., Charles Sample to Miss Sarah Shesler, all of Middlebury.
1865 11 JAN M Simpson, Martha M. m in Rutland, 27th ult., at the residence of the bride's father, Mr Charles H. Morgan, of Waverly, NY to Miss Martha M. Simpson.
1865 1 MAR D Smith, Ettie Estella d in Chatham. 25th Dec 1864, of lung fever and croup, Ettie Estella, daughter of Sinclair and Nancy J. Smith, aged 4 years 5 months 11 days.
1865` 22 MAR M Smith, Lydia m in Mainesburg, 12th instant, by R.K. Brundage, esq., Mr. Andrew Squires and Miss Lydia Smith, both of Sullivan.
1865 11 JAN M Snell, Seth J. m on the 29th ult., by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. Seth J. Snell of Chemung, NY to Miss Susan K. Inscho, of Jackson, Tioga Co.
1865 19 APR D Spencer, A.C. d in Delmar, 11th inst., Mrs. A.C. Spencer, wife of Lyman Spencer, aged 65 years 3 months.
1865 18 JAN M Spencer, Theodore m by Rev. J. Shaw, 28th ult., Mr. Theodore Spencer to Mrs. Rosanna R. Cummings, both of Delmar.
1865 22 MAR M Squires, Andrew m in Mainesburg, 12th instant, by R.K. Brundage, esq., Mr. Andrew Squires and Miss Lydia Smith, both of Sullivan.
1865 5 APR D Stage, Benjamin d in Delmar, 1st instant of lung fever, Benjamin Stge, age 53 years. He leaves a widow and five daughters, and one son in the army to mourn his loss.
1865 7 JUN M Staysa, Mary J. m in Tioga, 24th ult., by H.H. Borden, Esq., Mr. Ralph Gillette of Osceola and Miss Mary J. Staysa of Farmington.
1865 25 JAN D Steele, William d, William Steele, son of Robert Steele, Esq., of Delmar, Pa., enlisted in april 1864 in Co. I. 187th Regt. P.V. He was wounded before Petersburg June 18, 1864 and after 9 days of suffering, he died. He was buried near where he fell, for a season, then brought back to the home he had left and December 20th laid to rest.
1865 11 JAN M Stone, Charles W. m 31st ult, by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. Charles W. Stone of Montoir, Schuyler Co, NY to Miss Rebecca Stuart, of Tioga co.
1865 11 JAN M Stuart, Rebecca m 31st ult, by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. Charles W. Stone of Montoir, Schuyler Co, NY to Miss Rebecca Stuart, of Tioga co.
1865 15 FEB M Sullivan, Thomas D. m in Tioga, 1st inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, Thomas D. Sullivan and Elizabeth J. Martin.
1865 26 APR D Sunderlin, Orlando J. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 14 JUN D Suttles, Daniel P. d in Gaines, 3d inst., Daniel P., son of Daniel & Nancy Suttles, aged 2 years. The deceased came to his death eating the leaves of the common pie plant, which are poison.
1865 26 APR D Swank, Harrison Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 12 APR M Tremaine, Sophia J. m in Elkland, 18th ult, by Rev. E.B. Benedict, Doct. A.M. Loop to Miss Sophia J. Tremaine, both of Nelson.
1865 25 JAN M Updyke, Mary A. m in Tioga, 11th inst., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, John Carley to Mary A Updyke, both of Jackson.
1865 31 MAY D Van Wie, John Drowned, a young man named John Van Wie, aged about 23 years, was drowned in the Tioga River near Tioga village, last Thurs. while engaged in running logs for Mr. Bartlett. The body was taken to Buffalo, where his parents reside.
1865 26 APR D VanDusen, Jas. L. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 11 JAN M Vanosten, John m in Tioga, 28th ult., by Rev. S.J. McCullough, John Vanosten of Havana, NY and Melissa A. Place, of Tioga.
1865 19 APR M Warren, Alonzo m in Charleston, 13th inst., by Rev. P. Reynolds, Mr. Alonzo Warren of Co. B, 101st P.V. to Miss Sarah Gibbs of Charleston.
1865 1 MAR M Watrous, Sarah E. m in Gaines, 26th ult., by Rev. W. Beach, Jesse N. Locke of Wellsboro to Miss Sarah E. Watrous of Gaines.
1865 10 MAY D Watts, Daniel d at McDougall General Hospital, Fort Schyler, near New York City, April 22, 1865, Daniel Watts, in the 43d year of his age. He was a private in Co. C. 141st N.Y. Vols, and was with Gen. Sherman in his march from atlanta to Savannah and thence to Branchville, Fayetteville, Goldsboro and Newbern. From the latter place he was, with other sick and wounded, transferred to Fort Schuyler, where he died. His remains were exhumed, brought home to Tioga, and re-interred in Tioga Evergreen Cemetery.
1865 26 APR M Watts, S. Murray m in Canton, 8th ult., by Rev. M. Coyle, of Burlington, Pa. Mr. S. Murray Watts to Miss Mary A. Beardslee, both oif Canton.
1865 26 APR D Webster, Edward  Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 26 APR D Webster, Edward W. Obituary, In the charge upon Fort Mahone, before Petersburg, April 2, 1865, Corporal Edward W. Webster, oldest son of Mr. G.A. Webster of Charleston in this county, was killed. He enlisted in Co. G. 207th P.V. last summer and fell, shot through the head, in the charge of that regiment upon Fort Mahone.
1865 8 FEB D Wedge, Elijah Died in Middlebury, 27th ult., Elijah Wedge, aged 105 years.
1865 15 MAR D Whitcomb, Charlie P. d in Tioga, 26th Jan 1865, Charlie P. Whitcomb, son of Charles & Eliza Whitcomb, aged 13 years and 8 months.
1865 25 JAN M Whiting, C.C. m 19th inst., by Rev. P. Reynolds, Mr. George S. Dawson to Miss Amanda Forsyth, both of Charleston.
1865 4 JAN D Wilcox, Jesse K. The following prisoners from Tioga county died at the places mentioned. At Andersonville in September, Oscar Henry. William Cameron died at Charleston about October 1st.Jesse K. wilcox died at Florence, SC in October. Albert Bodine, Co. B, 101st P.V. died at Andersonville in July.
1865 28 JUN M Wilcox, John m in Delmar, 19th inst., at the house of the bride's father, Mr. John B. Wilcox of Wellsboro and Miss Margaret Campbell.
1865 26 APR D Wilkenson, Thos. Letter from the 207th Pa. Regt, killed in the battle of the 2d inst., in front of Petersburg, Va. Co. A. Serg't Eugene Rich; Hiram Roblyer; Jos. A. Lott; Co.D. Bartlett Hammond; Asa P. Bancroft; Jas. H. Richardson; Orlando J.Sunderlin; Thos. Wilkenson. Co. G. Corp'l Edward Webster; Corp'l Jno P. Blanchard; Porter H. Cady; Jno. M. Wood; Harrison Swank; Co. H. Jas. L. VanDusen; Jos. Lapp. Co. K. Serg't E.D. Mitchell; Eli H. Moyer; Nathan Palmer; A.S. Lloyd; I.C. Graves; Thos. Morris.
1865 19 APR M Wright, H.J. m on 10th inst., Mr. H.J. Wright of Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mrs. L.S. Duryea of Charleston.
1865 12 APR D Young, George H. d in Wellsboro, Apr 8, 1865, George H. infant son of Hugh & L.A. Young.


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