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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 Abstracts 1868 A-H

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

1868 11 MAR M Sherman, Edwin P. m at the house of the bride's father Mar 4th, by Rev. O.P. Livingston, Mr. Edwin P. Sherman and Miss Amie P. Baker, all of Jackson, Tioga co.
1868 6 MAY O Abbey, William H. Information Wanted: William H. Abbey, who left Corning NY about 4 years ago and when last heard of was in Texas. Any information as to his whereabouts will be thankfully received by his wife Mary Abbey, Blossburg, Tioga Co.
1868 10 JUN M Adams, John m in Mansfield May 27, 1868 by Rev. H. Lamkin, Mr. John Adams and Miss Marion Vincent, all of Mansfield.
1868 12 AUG D Adams, Ruth A. d in Mansfield, Tioga co, July 21, Ruth A. Adams, wife of William Adams. She leaves a husband and 2 sons.
1868 8 JAN D Alba, Fanny d at the residence of her son, in Knoxville, Pa., Dec 24, 1867, Mrs. Fanny Alba, aged 69 years.
1868 16 SEP M Alsworth, Byron m in Earlville, Lasalle co, Ill. Aug 18, 1868, at the residence of George Cady, by Rev. C.S. Harrison, Mr. Byron Alsworth of Chico, California and Miss Maria Rathbone, daughter of C. Rathbone of Blossburg, Tioga co.
1868 23 SEP M Andrews, Frank M. m in Middlebury, Sept 12, by Rev. S. Butler, Mr. Frank M. Andrews of Wisconsin and Miss T. Beman of Middlebury.
1868 22 JAN D Andrews, Harvey d on Jan 5, at his residence in Nelson, Tioga Co., Harvey Andrews in the 67th year of his age.
1868 11 NOV D Austin, Ella Drowned, On Sunday, Nov 1st, Ella Austin, only daughter of Mr.John B. Austin, of Mainesburg, She was 7 years old.
1868 25 MAR D Austin, Maria d at her residence in Charleston, 7th March of consumption, Maria, wife of Nathan Austin, in the 45th year of her age.
1868 26 AUG M Austin, Nathan m in Charleston, Aug 6, at the house of Frederick Ely, Esq., by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. Nathan Austin and Miss Nancy E. Gibson.
1868 4 NOV M Austin, Robert R. m Oct 26, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. Robert R. Austin and Miss Martha A. Gifford, both of Delmar.
1868 26 AUG M Austin, Sarah C. m in Charleston, Aug 19, by Rev. I.R. Spencer, Capt. Charles M. Hart and Miss Sarah C. Austin, all of Charleston.
1868 18 NOV D Avery, George W. d, Mr. George W. Avery, a valuable citizen of Charleston, died Nov. 8th. He was about 45 years old.
1868 15 JAN M Avery, Martha m in Jackson at the house of James Hamilton Dec 19, 1867 by Rev. O.P. Livingston, Mr. Thomas Owlett of Middlebury and Miss Martha Avery of Charleston.
1868 2 DEC M Bache, Anna Stowell m in Wellsboro, Nov 25, at St Paul's Church, by Rev. N. barrows, Albert Abner Truman and Anna Stowell, daughter of John Bache, Esq., all of Wellsboro.
1868 8 APR M Bacon, Leander m at the house of the bride's father, March 22, by Rev. I.B. Reynolds, Mr. Leander Bacon of Union and Miss Maggie Collins of the same place.
1868 6 MAY M Bacon, Simeon m at the M.E. Parsonage, East Charleston, April 30, by Rev. W. Statham, Mr. Simeon Bacon and Miss Francis A. Skelton, both of Delmar.
1868 15 JAN M Bailey, A.L. m in Union, by Rev. I.B. Reynolds, Dec 24, 1867 Marvin Tebo and Miss A.L. Bailey, at the house of the bride's father.
1868 4 NOV M Bailey, Clara V. m in Bath, NY Oct 28, 1868 at the Davenport Female Orphan Institute, by the Rev. John Brownell, Mr. William Hollands and Clara V. Bailey, both of Mansfield.
1868 11 MAR M Baker, Amie P. m at the house of the bride's father Mar 4th, by Rev. O.P. Livingston, Mr. Edwin P. Sherman and Miss Amie P. Baker, all of Jackson, Tioga co.
1868 12 AUG D Baker, Isaac (taken from the Steuben Courier of the 5th) "Mr. Isaac Baker of Osceola, Pa, while visiting friends and relatives in Elmira, accidently walked off a balcony at the Wilcox Hotel and fell 15 feet to the ground, his head striking the ground so hard as to kill him instantly. Mr. Baker was upwards of sixty years of age".
1868 8 JAN D Baldwin, Moses S. d in Lawrence Dec 12, 1867, Moses S. Baldwin, in his 53rd year.
1868 27 MAY M Ballard, J.T. m in Richmond April 16 by Rev. J.W. Henry, of Mansfield, Pa., Mr. J.T. Ballard of Tyrone, NY and Miss C.J. Veddes of Richmond.
1868 5 AUG D Barnes, Roderick Dr. J.E. Cleaveland of Union writes us under the date of July 30 as follows: Roderick Barnes, son of Albert Barnes, of Granville, Bradford County, was accidently shot and killed on the 26th instant. (Details were given) Mr. Barnes was in charge of the Thornton Steam Sawmill in this township. Mr. Barnes was married last February to a daughter of Widow Martin of Granville.
1868 23 SEP M Barnhart, Ophelia m in Middlebury, Sept 12, by Rev. S. Butler, Mr. David Webster and Miss Ophelia Barnhart, both of Tioga Co.
1868 8 APR M Barrow, Wesley m at Liberty, Mar 25, by J.G. Albeck, Esq., Wesley Barrow and Miss Anna Doane both of Union.
1868 8 APR M Beach, Mary m in Elk, 28th instant, (?), by John Maynard, Esq., Mr. Emmet Vermilyea of Gaines and Miss Mary Beach of Elk.
1868 29 APR D Beckwith, Julia d in Middlebury, April 13, of typhoid fever, Mrs. Julia Beckwith, in the 25th year of her age.
1868 29 APR M Beeman, Wilhemina m in Middlebury April 15, 1868 at the house of the bride's father by Rev. S. Butler, Mr. Benjamin Owlett of Chatham and Miss Wilhemina Beeman.
1868 23 SEP M Beman, T. m in Middlebury, Sept 12, by Rev. S. Butler, Mr. Frank M. Andrews of Wisconsin and Miss T. Beman of Middlebury.
1868 12 AUG M Bement, Eliza m in Jackson, July 25, by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. William C. Rowley and Miss Eliza Bement.
1868 8 JAN M Bement, Ira m Jan 1st in Jackson, by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. Ira Bement and Miss Mary E. Rockwell, daughter of the officiating clergyman.
1868 26 FEB M Benjamin, Clara A. m at the house of the bride's parents, on the 13th instant, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. George Green and Miss Clara A. Benjamin.
1868 9 DEC D Benjamin, Minor Mr. Minor Benjamin of Delmar was injured at the Pine Island log slide Thursday afternoon. (details given) He was taken to his daughter's house where he died about 1 o'clock in the afternoon. He was about 54 years of age. ( Jan 6th 1869 issue. Born Oct 10, 1814 in Canton, NY.
1868 15 APR M Berry, Rodemia m in Jackson April 4, by Rev. O.P. Livingston, Mr. John Cornell and Mrs. Rodemia Berry, all of Jackson.
1868 8 JAN M Bishop, J.A. m in Wellsville, N.Y. Dec 25th 1867 by Elijah Stowell, Esq., Mr. H.E. Tice and Miss J.A. Bishop.
1868 28 OCT D Blackwell, Caroline d in Nelson, Oct 23, 1868, Mrs. Caroline, wife of Enoch Blackwell, Esq., aged 26 years.
1868 16 SEP D Bowen, David  d in Charleston, Aug 22, 1868, David Bowen, aged 52. In the year 1841, he espoused the religion of Jesus Christ, and at the same time helped organize the Welch Congregational Church of Charleston.
1868 2 SEP M Bowen, David E. m in Charleston Aug 30, by Rev. H.C. Harris, David E. Bowen and Anne Evans.
1868 18 MAR M Bowen, James m at the house of the bride's parents in Shawmut, Elk county, Pa., Mar. 4, by Rev. W. Little, Mr. James Bowen of Blossburg and Miss Elizabeth Glendinian.
1868 2 DEC M Brady, Jas. K. m Nov 25, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. C.R. Lane, Mr. Jas. K. Brady of Tioga and Miss Marie L. Gurnsey of Tunkhannock, Pa.
1868 8 APR M Brewster, Julie m at Lamb's Creek, March 24, by Rev. J.W. Henry, Mr. Loriston K. Gile and Mrs. Julie Brewster.
1868 1 APR M Brewster, Sabina m Mar 22, by H.G. Martin, Esq., Mr. D.S. Copp of Covington and Miss Sabina Brewster of Sullivan.
1868 4 MAR M Brewster, Sophia m at Parsonage in Mainesburg Feb 22, 1868 by Rev. C.L.F. Howe, Mr. Stephen Mudge and Mis E. Sophia Brewster, both of Sullivan, Tioga Co.
1868 29 JUL M Bunnel, James M. m at the Tioga County Poor House July 22d, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. James M. Bunnel and Miss Alice L. Tabor, daughter of ex-sheriff Tabor.
1868 1 JUL M Bush, Annah DePui m in Tioga, June 25, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. J.H. Hobart DeMille, Rector of St. Andrew's Church, Brevt. Col. William E. Miller of Carlisle, Pa., and Miss Annah DePui Bush, youngest daughter of J.S. Bush of Tioga.
1868 16 DEC M Butler, Emma m in Ottumwa, Coffey co, Kansas, Nov 29th by the Rev. I.M. Rankin, Henry H. Klock, formerly of Charleston, Tioga co, and Miss Emma Butler of Ottawa, Kansas.
1868 25 MAR D Calkins, Annie B. d in East Charleston, Mar 8, Annie B., daughter of Ephraim and Jane Calkins, aged 2 years.
1868 1 APR D Campbell, Duncan d at the residence of his son, at Phelps Mills, March 2, 1868, Duncan Campbell in the 80th year of his age.
1868 5 AUG M Card, Sarah E. m in Gray's Valley, July 25 by N.A. Taylor, Esq., Mr. A.B. Cummings of Troy and Miss Sarah E. Card of Sylvania Boro, Bradford co.
1868 29 JAN M Casbeer, Benjamin m in Farmington, Jan 8th by Rev. S.A. Rawson of Nelson, Mr. Benjamin Casbeer and Miss Pollie A. Preston both of Farmington.
1868 6 MAY O Chapman, C.D. Mr. C. D. Chapman formerly of Sullivan has purchased a farm in Southern Iowa.
1868 10 JUN M Chapman, L.C. m at the residence of the bride's father Samuel Chapman, Edq., June 2, 1868, by Rev. J.J. Turton, Mr. J.B. Smith MD., of Hornby, NY and Miss L.C. Chapman, of Lawrenceville, Pa.
1868 8 JAN D Chrisman, Beaulah d in Elkland, Dec 13, Beulah Chrisman, wife of Jacob Chrisman of Walton, NY in the 64th year of her age.
1868 20 MAY D Christenat, Fanny d in Charleston, March 30, 1868, Mrs. Fanny, wife of G.W. Christenat, aged 31 years 20 days.
1868 8 APR M Clark, Ira B. m at Lamb's Creek, March 24, by Rev. J.W. Henry, Mr. Ira B. Clark and Miss Lucy J. Hotchkiss.
1868 26 AUG M Claus, Benjamin F. m in Charleston, Aug 19, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. Benjamin F. Claus and Miss Martha E. Close, daughter of Charles Close, Esq.
1868 10 JUN D Claus, Clarence d in Middleburg, Nebraska, May 16, 1868, Clarence, eldest son of Helem Claus, Esq., aged about 20 years.
1868 17 JUN M Cleaveland, M.S. m in Gray's Valley May 24 by N.A. Taylor, Esq., Mr. M.S. Cleaveland and Miss Angeline McConnel, all of Sullivan.
1868 28 OCT M Clemons, David m in Covington Boro, October 13th, 1868m at the residence of Mr. Henry Levalley, by Justice S.S. Packard, Mr. David Clemons and Miss Jane Elliott, both of Covington.
1868 26 AUG M Close, Martha E. m in Charleston, Aug 19, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. Benjamin F. Claus and Miss Martha E. Close, daughter of Charles Close, Esq.
1868 8 APR M Coe, Edward m at the Parsonage in Jamestown, Chautaugua co., Mar 31, by Rev. MR. Day, Mr. Edward Coe of Covington and Miss Louise C. Nelson of Jamestown.
1868 8 APR M Collins, Maggie m at the house of the bride's father, March 22, by Rev. I.B. Reynolds, Mr. Leander Bacon of Union and Miss Maggie Collins of the same place.
1868 2 SEP D Cone, Hattie Drowned. On Aug 29, two childre, cousins, Sadie White, youngest daughter of Hon. R.G. White and Hattie Cone, daughter of A.P. Cone, aged 12 years respectively, fell into the deep water of Dickinsons Pond and were drowned.
1868 8 JAN D Conley, Jacob d on 23rd December 1867, Jacob Conley. He was in the employ of Mr. C.P. Grinnell on his log job on Marsh Creek and met his death when a pile of logs began to roll and passed over him. He leaves a wife and several children.
1868 1 APR M Copp, D.S. m Mar 22, by H.G. Martin, Esq., Mr. D.S. Copp of Covington and Miss Sabina Brewster of Sullivan.
1868 15 APR M Cornell, John m in Jackson April 4, by Rev. O.P. Livingston, Mr. John Cornell and Mrs. Rodemia Berry, all of Jackson.
1868 16 DEC D Cowden, James d Mr. James Cowden was the hosteler at Goldsmith's Hotel and on Dec 12th he had gone up in the mow to fling down bedding for the horses and lost his footing and fell head foremost to the ground. No bones were broken but the shock and internal hurts resulted in his death on Dec 14th 1868. The family has the sympathy of the village. He was about 55 years of age.
1868 29 APR M Crampton, Addie m in Middlebury March 22 by Rev. C.A. Stone, Mr. Ira Curran and Miss Addie Crampton, both of Chatham.
1868 18 NOV M Culver, Mary A. m in Covington, Nov 15, 1868 at the residence of George W. Ridge, by S.S. Packard, Esq., Mr. G. Warren Ridge of Wellsboro and Miss Mary A. Culver of Charleston, Pa.
1868 5 AUG M Cummings, A.B. m in Gray's Valley, July 25 by N.A. Taylor, Esq., Mr. A.B. Cummings of Troy and Miss Sarah E. Card of Sylvania Boro, Bradford co.
1868 29 APR M Curran, Ira m in Middlebury March 22 by Rev. C.A. Stone, Mr. Ira Curran and Miss Addie Crampton, both of Chatham.
1868 12 AUG D Curren, Duane d in Jackson July 19, Mr. Duane Curren, aged 24 years. He leaves a young widow.
1868 29 JAN M Davis, Jane L. m in Covington Jan 18th by Rev. G.P. Watrous, Thomas J. Davis of Charleston and Miss Jane L. Davis of Covington.
1868 29 JAN M Davis, Thomas J. m in Covington Jan 18th by Rev. G.P. Watrous, Thomas J. Davis of Charleston and Miss Jane L. Davis of Covington.
1868 8 APR M Day, Charles m at Lamb's Creek, March 24, by Rev. J.W. Henry, Mr. Charles Day and Miss Hattie Gile, all of Lambs Creek.
1868 5 AUG M Day, Charles m in Lewisburg, July 28 by Rev. C.A. Stone of East Charleston, Mr. Charles Day of Mechansville, NJ and Miss Sallie Dundore of Lewisburg, Pa.
1868 16 SEP M Demorest, John L. m at Mitchelltown, September 7, 1868, by Rev. A.B. Chase, Mr. John L. Demorest and Miss Ann B. Mitchell, all of Tioga.
1868 8 JUL M Dennison, Jane m July 4, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. Charles H. Naylor of Coganhouse and Miss Jane Dennsion of Jackson, Bradford Co.
1868 8 APR M Doane, Anna m at Liberty, Mar 25, by J.G. Albeck, Esq., Wesley Barrow and Miss Anna Doane both of Union.
1868 15 APR M Dodge, Alice m March 18, by Rev. W.P. Omans, Mr. Delevan W. Reynolds and Alice Dodge, both of Knoxville.
1868 2 SEP M Donaldson, William A. m in Atlanta, Illinois, Aug 1, Mr. William A. Donaldson of Sullivan, Moultrie County, Ill and Miss Ida Miller of Atlanta.
1868 2 DEC M Dort, Clara m in Wellsboro, Nov 25, at the Fellows House, by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. George Valsing and Miss Clara Dort, both of Delmar.
1868 15 JAN D Drew, Dianthe M. d in Madelia, Wantonwan Co., Minn, Dec 15, 1867, of consumption, Dianthe M., daughter of John and Julia A. Drew, aged 32 years 5 months 8 days. She was formerly a resident of Tioga Co., for many years a teacher of common schools and for about 16 years a member of the Tioga Baptist church.
1868 5 AUG M Dundore, Sallie m in Lewisburg, July 28 by Rev. C.A. Stone of East Charleston, Mr. Charles Day of Mechansville, NJ and Miss Sallie Dundore of Lewisburg, Pa.
1868 19 FEB M Dunham, Libbie m in Knoxville, Feb 2, 1868 by Rev. Mr. Hard, Mr. Dan W. Plank of Brookfield and Miss Libbie Dunham of Howard, Steuben Co., NY.
1868 28 OCT M Elliott, Jane m in Covington Boro, October 13th, 1868m at the residence of Mr. Henry Levalley, by Justice S.S. Packard, Mr. David Clemons and Miss Jane Elliott, both of Covington.
1868 28 OCT M Emery, John B. m in Williamsport, Sept 30, 1868 by Rev. William Sterling, Mr. John B. Emery and Miss Helen A. Otto, all of Williamsport.
1868 8 APR M Emmick, Miss. m at Liberty March 24 by J.G. Albeck, Esq., William Leisenring and Miss Emmick, both of Blossburg.
1868 13 MAY M English, Lucinda m in Wellsboro, May 6, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. O.S. Webster and Miss Lucinda E. English all of Wellsboro.
1868 25 MAR D Evans, Almira W. d at Covington, March 12th Mrs. Almira W. wife of William Evans, aged 38 years years 11 months. Leaves a husband and 5 children.
1868 2 SEP M Evans, Anne m in Charleston Aug 30, by Rev. H.C. Harris, David E. Bowen and Anne Evans.
1868 2 DEC D Falkner, Jessie d in Tioga, Nov 25, Jessie, only child of John and M.A. Falkner, aged 5 years 7 months.
1868 18 NOV M Fawcett, Roxie T. m at the parsonage in Millview, Sullivan co., Pa., Oct 26, 1868 by Rev. J.L. Bush, Mr. F.B. Scudder of Charleston and Miss Roxie T. Fawcett of Elkland, Sullivan Co.
1868 22 JAN M Felter, Gurdon m in Liberty Jan 7, by Rev. M.L. Drum at the bride's residence, Mr. Gurdon Felter and Miss M. Alice Moore, all of Liberty.
1868 19 AUG M Francis, Sarah m at the residence of Mr. E. Fellows, Aug 15, by Rev. S.M. Brookman, Mr. Henry Clay Roland and Miss Sarah Francis, all of Delmar.
1868 19 FEB M Frazer, Wm. m in Brookfield, Feb 9, 1868 by John G. Homes, Esq., Mr. Wm. Frazer and Miss Sarah M. Shumway, all of Brookfield.
1868 15 APR M Freeborn, Viola m Apr 2, by Rev. W.P. Omans, Mr. William B. Mead and Miss Viola Freeborn, both of Knoxville.
1868 23 DEC D Gee, Joseph d, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gee of Middlebury were visiting a neighbor and on returning home, discovered it in flames. Mr. Gee rushed into the house to rescue a bed or two. He returned again, probably for money and papers, and being overcome by the heat and smoke, perished in the flames.
1868 26 AUG M Gibson, Nancy E. m in Charleston, Aug 6, at the house of Frederick Ely, Esq., by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. Nathan Austin and Miss Nancy E. Gibson.
1868 26 AUG M Gibson, Susan R. m in Wellsboro Aug 20, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Capt. Morgan Hart and Miss Susan R. Gibson, daughter of John Gibson, Esq.
1868 4 NOV M Gifford, Martha A. m Oct 26, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. Robert R. Austin and Miss Martha A. Gifford, both of Delmar.
1868 8 APR M Gile, Hattie m at Lamb's Creek, March 24, by Rev. J.W. Henry, Mr. Charles Day and Miss Hattie Gile, all of Lambs Creek.
1868 8 APR M Gile, Loriston K. m at Lamb's Creek, March 24, by Rev. J.W. Henry, Mr. Loriston K. Gile and Mrs. Julie Brewster.
1868 22 JAN M Gile, Rosel m in East Charleston Jan 16, 1868 by Rev. C.A. Stone, Mr. Rosel Gile of Richmond and Mrs. Chastina Macomber of Charleston.
1868 18 MAR M Glendinian, Elizabeth m at the house of the bride's parents in Shawmut, Elk county, Pa., Mar. 4, by Rev. W. Little, Mr. James Bowen of Blossburg and Miss Elizabeth Glendinian.
1868 22 JUL M Goodwin, Lucina m at the M.E. Parsonage, East Charleston, July 12, by Rev. W. Statham, Mr. Henry Petrie and Mrs. Lucina Goodwin, both of Charleston.
1868 26 FEB M Green, George m at the house of the bride's parents, on the 13th instant, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. George Green and Miss Clara A. Benjamin.
1868 29 JUL D Green, Peter d, Mr. Peter Green, one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of Delmar. His death took place in this village on Sunday, 26th July 1868, He was in his 75th year.
1868 1 JUL D Gregory, Selina Sudden death in Ward. On Saturday, 20th instant, Mrs. Selina Gregory, widow of Z. L. Gregory, (formerly of Jackson, Susquehanna Co.,) returning by wagon from Canton where she spent the day trading in the company of a neighbor, suddenly became ill and died a half hour later. Her death was caused by heart disease (Montrose paper Please copy.)
1868 1 APR M Grosjean, Malvina M m at the Parsonage by Rev. J.F. Calkins, March 24th, Mr. Aaron B. Torpey of Williamsport and Miss Malvina M. Grosjean of Delmar.
1868 2 DEC M Gurnsey, Marie L. m Nov 25, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. C.R. Lane, Mr. Jas. K. Brady of Tioga and Miss Marie L. Gurnsey of Tunkhannock, Pa.
1868 7 OCT M Gustin, Mary E. m in Ward, Oct 1, by Rev. I.B. Reynolds, Mr. Levi S. Kniffin and Miss Mary E. Gustin, all of Ward.
1868 18 MAR D Gutherie, James d James Gutherie was run over and killed by the cars between Blossburg and Fall Brook on Saturday, ?th instant. Taken from the Bradford Reporter.
1868 18 MAR O Hall, Lydia Correspondent from Farmington writes of the life and labors of Mrs. Lydia Hall of Dupage County, Ill. He says: I get the facts from Rhodes W. Hall, of Farmington township who recently returned from a visit to the west. Mrs. Hall was born in Rhode Island, whence she removed when quite young to Berkshire co., Mass. There she lived during girlhood and married Reuben Hall. She raised 7 children of whom 5 are living, 2 in Ill., 1 in NY and 2 in Farmington. Twenty-one years ago next may She moved with her youngest daughter to Turner's Junction, Ill.
1868 15 JUL M Hall, Surviva m in Charleston July 4, at the residence of the bride's father, by H.G. Martin, Esq., Mr. Charles Rollins and Miss Surviva A. Hall, all of Charleston.
1868 22 APR M Hammond, Almina m in Elkland, 5th of April, by Elder C.D. Kinney, Mr. Reuben N. Stevens of Middlebury and Miss Almina Hammond of Elkland.
1868 26 AUG M Hart, Capt. Charles M m in Charleston, Aug 19, by Rev. I.R. Spencer, Capt. Charles M. Hart and Miss Sarah C. Austin, all of Charleston.
1868 26 AUG M Hart, Capt. Morgan m in Wellsboro Aug 20, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Capt. Morgan Hart and Miss Susan R. Gibson, daughter of John Gibson, Esq.
1868 29 JUL M Hart, Mattie L. m in Charleston, July 18, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. H.E. Worden and Mattie L. Hart, both of Charleston.
1868 1 APR M Hathaway, William m in Tioga March 24th at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. D.R. McDermond, Mr. William E. Hathaway, and Miss Nettie S., daughter of H.S. Johnston, Esq.
1868 23 SEP D Hazlett, Angie d in Middlebury, Sept 13, 1868m Angie, daughter of A.M. and S.S. Hazlett, aged 11 months and 13 days.
1868 19 AUG D Healey, Jerry Jerry Healey, a miner at Fall Brook, was killed on Thursday last by a fall of coal. He was buried on Saturday at Bloss.
1868 29 JUL M Heise, Elvira M. m at the M.E. Parsonage, Wellsboro, July 2d 1868, by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. Henry H. Smith to Miss Elvira M. Heise, eldest daughter of David Heise, Esq., all of Delmar.
1868 11 MAR D Henlay, Enoch d in Lawrenceville, Feb 25th at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. Enoch Henlay, aged 71 years.
1868 16 SEP M Henry, R.E. m Aug 15, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. R.E. Henry and Miss Fannie M. Wilkinson of Delmar.
1868 22 JAN D Hill, Hiram R. d in Janesville, Wis., Jan 1, 1868 of consumption, Hiram R. Hill, son of Maj. William Hill, formerly of Tioga co., Pa. Mr. Hill was born in Wellsboro Aug 6, 1823.
1868 10 JUN M Holland, Fanny J. m in St Luke's Church, Scranton, June 2, 1868 by Rev. A.A. Marple, the Rev. D.D. VanAllen of Livingston county, NY and Miss Fanny J. Holland, daughter of Mr. William Holland, of Scranton.
1868 4 NOV M Hollands, William m in Bath, NY Oct 28, 1868 at the Davenport Female Orphan Institute, by the Rev. John Brownell, Mr. William Hollands and Clara V. Bailey, both of Mansfield.
1868 8 APR M Hotchkiss, Lucy J. m at Lamb's Creek, March 24, by Rev. J.W. Henry, Mr. Ira B. Clark and Miss Lucy J. Hotchkiss.
Tioga Agitator
July 15, 1868
The West.  – Mr. A.J. Roblyer, writing us from Denmark, Lee Co., Iowa, renewing his subscription, says in a postscript:
“Crops are good, but the weather is very dry.  We are now in the midst of haying and harvesting.  My three boys and myself have cut forty acres of grass with Wood’s Machine, and plowed fifty acres of corn in three days, using three spans of horses. Farms, with good orchards can be bought from $20 to 40 per acre.”

Published On Tri-Counties Site On 11/21/98
By Joyce M. Tice
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