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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 I-W

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

1868 8 JAN D Impson, Emily B. d in Shippen, Dec 6, 1867, Emily B. Impson, aged 11 years 5 months 9 days.
1868 2 DEC D Jackson, James Esq. d, James Jackson Esq., for upward of 30 years a citizen of Delmar but for the last four years a resident of Lincoln, Delaware, died at the latter place Nov. 24, 1868 in the 57th year of his age. He was brought to Wellsboro for interment and the funeral was held at St. Paul's Church sunday conducted by Rev. O.L. Gibson, assisted by Presiding Elder Cochran. Mr. Jackson was born in Great Valley, about 20 miles from Philadelphia and came to Tioga Co with his parents when very young. He was an active member of the Methodist Church for more than a quarter of a century.
1868 27 MAY D Jennings, E.F. Died, Mr. E.F. Jennings of Charleston on Wednesday, 20th evening. He leaves a widow and a daughter by a former wife.
1868 8 JAN M Johnson, Clara S. m in Delmar Dec 21, 1867, by Rev. A. Dodge, Francis Simmons and Clara S. Johnson.
1868 7 OCT M Johnson, John O. m at Stony Fork Sept. 27, 1868 by J.D. Houghton, Esq., Mr. John O. Johnson and Rosetta Munroe, all of Delmar.
1868 26 AUG M Johnston, Elbert N. m in Charleston, Aug 19, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. Elbert N. Johnston and Miss S. Ellen Shumway, daughter of W.P. Shumway, Esq.
1868 1 APR M Johnston, Nettie S. 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 5 AUG D Kirkland, Henry On the 19th of July, Mr. Henry Kirkland of Blossburg accidently drank poison and died a week later. (Taken form the Corning Leader)
1868 16 DEC M Klock, Henry H. 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 7 OCT M Kniffin, Levi S. m in Ward, Oct 1, by Rev. I.B. Reynolds, Mr. Levi S. Kniffin and Miss Mary E. Gustin, all of Ward.
1868 30 SEP O Kniffin, P.E. Maineburg news. On the 21st Mr. P.E. Kniffin closed his tin shop and left for Bricksburg, NJ where he intends to go into the tin business.
1868 25 NOV D Lake, infant Covington news. On Nov 4th, a little son of John Lake, about 6 years of age was found drowned in the Tioga River, a short distance below Blossburg.
1868 10 JUN D Leet, Thomas d in Middlebury, April 28, Thomas Leet in the 78th year of his age.
1868 8 APR M Leisenring, William m at Liberty March 24 by J.G. Albeck, Esq., William Leisenring and Miss Emmick, both of Blossburg.
1868 21 OCT D Leonard, Ariel S. d in Lawrenceville, Sept 12, 1868, Ariel S., only child of C.P. and Nellie Leonard, aged 1 yea and 4 months.
1868 13 MAY D Leonard, S.A. Sudden death. Rev. S.A. Leonard of Westfield died May 4. Mr Leonard formerly preached at Charleston and was about 70 years of age.
1868 2 SEP M Lewis, Elizabeth m in Charleston, Aug 2, by Rev. H.C. Harris, John Powell, Esq., of Pittston, Pa. And Eliziabeth Lewis, daughter of the late Lewis Lewis, of Charleston.
1868 1 APR M Ludlow, George m at the bride's home, March 25th by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. George Ludlow of Charleston and Miss Mary Brown of Wellsboro.
1868 22 JAN M Macomber, Chastina m in East Charleston Jan 16, 1868 by Rev. C.A. Stone, Mr. Rosel Gile of Richmond and Mrs. Chastina Macomber of Charleston.
1868 19 AUG D Maher, Michael Accident at Arnot, A fall of coal took place at the Arnot mines on Aug 10th, instantly killing Michael Maher, a miner. He leaves a wife and family.
1868 4 MAR M Mathers, Helen E. m in Charleston Jan 30, 1868 by Rev. O.L. Gibson, MR.Lewis Thompkins of Matteawan, NY and Miss Helen E. Mathers of Charleston.
1868 4 MAR M Mathers, Phebe A. m in Charleston Jan 30 1868 by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. B.F. Werline of Liberty and Miss Phebe A. Mathers of Charleston.
1868 28 OCT D McCormick, Matilda d in Blossburg, Oct 1st, of consumption, Mrs. Matilda J., wife of Mr. E.C. McCormick and daughter of Dea. Putnam, formerly of Mansfield, in the 29th year of her age and in the 10th year of her married life. Her funeral took place at the Blossburg Church in Blossburg on Sabbath morning. The sermon was preached by Rev. N.L. Reynolds from 1st John 2:25. Burial in Mansfield. She leaves a husband and little daughter.
1868 26 AUG D McDermond, D.R. d, Rev. D.R. McDermond, recently of Tioga, in Rorristown, Pa., on the 20th of August, ( Aug 30th 1868 issue has further details on his ministry, taken from the Norristown Free Press.)
1868 15 APR M Mead, William B. m Apr 2, by Rev. W.P. Omans, Mr. William B. Mead and Miss Viola Freeborn, both of Knoxville.
1868 26 AUG D Meagher, Michael Fatal accident. Michael Meagher was at work in the Arnot mines on 10th of August and a piece of coal became detached from the roof, striking him on the head, causing almost instantaneous death. He leaves a widow and 7 small children.
1868 2 SEP M Miller, Ida m in Atlanta, Illinois, Aug 1, Mr. William A. Donaldson of Sullivan, Moultrie County, Ill and Miss Ida Miller of Atlanta.
1868 1 JUL M Miller, William E. 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 SEP M Mitchell, Ann B. m at Mitchelltown, September 7, 1868, by Rev. A.B. Chase, Mr. John L. Demorest and Miss Ann B. Mitchell, all of Tioga.
1868 22 JAN M Moore, M. Alice 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 29 JAN D Mourie, Savilla d in Middlebury Jan 18th 1868, Savilla S., wife of Ira H. Mourie, aged 22 years 2 months 16 days.
1868 16 SEP M Mowry, John S. m Sept 13, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. John S. Mowry and Miss Eliza Irine Toles of Chatham.
1868 4 MAR M Mudge, Stephen 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 7 OCT M Munroe, Rosetta m at Stony Fork Sept. 27, 1868 by J.D. Houghton, Esq., Mr. John O. Johnson and Rosetta Munroe, all of Delmar.
1868 8 JUL D Murry, Mrs. Hetty Mrs. Hetty Murry died in Wellsboro, July 4th, aged about 95 years. Known as "Aunt Hetty". Her husband, Eben Murry died some years ago. They accompanied the family of William Wells to this region in July 1804. Aunt Hetty was a pure-bred African. Her mother was the daughter of one of the Head-Man of the Guinea Coast and was brought to this country about the middle of the last century. Both she and her husband were born in slavery and received the gift of their time from Mr. Wells.
1868 1 JUL M Naylor, Charles H. 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 Nelson, Louise C. 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 18 NOV D Nichols, L.I. d, in Wellsboro, Nov 14, Hon. L.I. Nichols, in the 59th year of his age. Judge Nichols was born in Chenango co., NY in December 1809. He became a resident of Wellsboro in 1831. The funeral was attended from his house on the 16th of November. (no relatives Mentioned)
1868 3 JUN D Niles, Willie Died, Col. A.E. and Mrs. Niles reached this village Friday, bringing the body of Willie, their youngest son. Willie left us a bright lad of 15. He fell ill at school and after 3 weeks of suffering died. Cadet Nathan Niles, brother of the deceased, is now undergoing final examinations at the Naval Academy.
1868 6 MAY D Osburn, Hannah d in Wellsboro, May 1, of hemorrhage of the lungs, Miss Hannah Osburn, aged 52 years.
1868 28 OCT M Otto, Helen A. m in Williamsport, Sept 30, 1868 by Rev. William Sterling, Mr. John B. Emery and Miss Helen A. Otto, all of Williamsport.
1868 29 APR M Owlett, Benjamin 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 15 JAN M Owlett, Thomas 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 28 OCT M Parkhurst, Anna S. m in Elkland, Oct 21, 1868 at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Garretson, D.D., Charles L. Pattison of Fall Brook, Pa to Anna S. Parkhurst, daughter of Joel Parkhurst, Esq.
1868 28 OCT M Pattison, Charles L. m in Elkland, Oct 21, 1868 at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. John Garretson, D.D., Charles L. Pattison of Fall Brook, Pa to Anna S. Parkhurst, daughter of Joel Parkhurst, Esq.
1868 17 JUN M Perry, Fannie J. m at the residence of the bride's father, June 4, by J.G. Albeck, Esq., David Ross, of Granville, Bradford co., to Fannie J. Perry of Liberty, Tioga Co.
1868 22 JUL M Petrie, Henry 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 19 FEB D Pierce, Stephen d. The Troy Gazette says: Died, an honored citizen Stephen Pierce, Esq., who has of late been a resident of Wellsboro. He was born in Smithfield, Bradford Co and was about 54 years old at the time of his death which took place on Wednesday at the house of G.F. Redington.
1868 19 FEB M Plank, Dan W. 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 2 DEC D Plumley, Nettie A. d in New Milford, Orange Co., NY, Nettie A. Plumley, aged 18 years 4 months.
1868 2 SEP M Powell, John m in Charleston, Aug 2, by Rev. H.C. Harris, John Powell, Esq., of Pittston, Pa. And Eliziabeth Lewis, daughter of the late Lewis Lewis, of Charleston.
1868 1 APR D Powers, Polly d at the residence of her son, ex-Sheriff Powers, in Lawrenceville, on the 14th of March, Mrs. Polly Powers, aged 79 years 5 months 16 days.
1868 29 JAN M Preston, Pollie A. m in Farmington, Jan 8th by Rev. S.A. Rawson of Nelson, Mr. Benjamin Casbeer and Miss Pollie A. Preston both of Farmington.
1868 2 DEC M Purdy, Abba m at Hartford, NY, Nov 11th, by Rev.David Wilcox, Mr. O.B. Stone of Delmar and Mrs. Abba Purdy of Hartford, NY.
1868 16 SEP M Rathbone, Maria 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 15 APR M Reynolds, Delevan m March 18, by Rev. W.P. Omans, Mr. Delevan W. Reynolds and Alice Dodge, both of Knoxville.
1868 18 NOV M Ridge, G. Warren 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 19 FEB D Robinson, John d in Eddytown, Yates Co., NY Jan 9 1868 Rev. John Robinson, aged about 66 years.
1868 8 JAN M Rockwell, Mary E. m Jan 1st in Jackson, by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. Ira Bement and Miss Mary E. Rockwell, daughter of the officiating clergyman.
1868 19 AUG M Roland, Clay Henry 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 15 JUL M Rollins, Charles 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 29 JUL D Rose, Dr. Joel d in the city of Detroit, July 9th, of heart disease, Dr. Joel Rose, of the firm of Drs. S.C. Rose and bro., aged 48 years, formerly of Rutland, Tioga Co.
1868 17 JUN M Ross, David m at the residence of the bride's father, June 4, by J.G. Albeck, Esq., David Ross, of Granville, Bradford co., to Fannie J. Perry of Liberty, Tioga Co.
1868 8 APR M Rouse, Minerva m in Mansfield Mar 29, by Rev. J.W. Henry, Mr. George Wood of Sullivan and Miss Minerva Rouse of Richmond.
1868 12 AUG M Rowley, William C. m in Jackson, July 25, by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. William C. Rowley and Miss Eliza Bement.
1868 16 SEP O Royce, Calvin Mr. Calvin Royce writes us from Satterly Mills, Mecosta co., Michigan.
1868 18 MAR D Sabins, John M. Mr. John M. Sabins of Clymer township, was killed instantly March 12th while cutting logs in the woods. He was 27 years of age.
1868 22 JAN D Satterly, Ephraim d in Delmar, Jan 10, Mr. Ephraim Satterly, aged 82 years and 8 months. Mr. Satterly was one of the oldest inhabitants of the county. He was father of 16 children, grandfather to 53 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. He removed from Chemung co., NY.
1868 18 NOV M Scudder, F.B. 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 4 NOV D Searls, Isaac d, Mr. Isaac Searls at Daggett's Mills last week. Mr. Searls had hitched his mare to a rail fence ans was trying to take the colt away, when the mare jerked the rail from the fence and swinging it around with great force, struck Mr. Searls in the forehead and inflicted a mortal hurt. He survived the blow but a few hours.
1868 10 JUN M Shuart, Abram m in Mansfield, May 21, 1868 by Rev. H.Lamkin, Mr. Abram Shuart and Mrs. E.A. Sykes, all of Mansfield.
1868 26 AUG M Shumway, S. Ellen m in Charleston, Aug 19, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. Elbert N. Johnston and Miss S. Ellen Shumway, daughter of W.P. Shumway, Esq.
1868 19 FEB M Shumway, Sarah M. m in Brookfield, Feb 9, 1868 by John G. Homes, Esq., Mr. Wm. Frazer and Miss Sarah M. Shumway, all of Brookfield.
1868 8 JAN M Simmons, Francis m in Delmar Dec 21, 1867, by Rev. A. Dodge, Francis Simmons and Clara S. Johnson.
1868 6 MAY M Skelton, Francis A. 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 28 OCT D Smith, Benjamin B. d in Wellsboro, 21st of October, Benjamin B. Smith, Esq., in the 78th year of his age. So chronicle the passing away of another of the pioneers, and a prominent and honored citizen of our village for more then half a century. Squire Smith, as he was best know, was born in Mass. in the year 1791. He settled in Wellsboro in 1816. (Long obituary--no relatives mentioned)
1868 29 JUL M Smith, Henry H. 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 10 JUN M Smith, J.B. M.D. 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 15 JAN M Smith, Temperance m in Union, Nov 11 1867, by Rev. I.B. Reynolds, Mathew Ward and Temperance Smith.
1868 27 MAY M Sofield, Helen A. m in Blossburg, April 29, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Samuel W. Trull of Charleston and Miss Helen A. Sofield of Wellsboro.
1868 2 DEC M Soper, Henry P. m at Blossburg, Oct 3d by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Henry P. Soper of Rutland, Tioga co and Miss Lottie A. Wylie of Wells, Bradford Co.
1868 16 SEP D Stevens, E.I. d, Mr. E.I. Stevens of Middlebury died Thursday.
1868 22 APR M Stevens, Reuben N. m in Elkland, 5th of April, by Elder C.D. Kinney, Mr. Reuben N. Stevens of Middlebury and Miss Almina Hammond of Elkland.
1868 8 JAN M Stickley, Lydia m in East Charleston Dec 11, 1867, by Rev. C.A. Stone, Mr. Daniel M. Wilson of Charleston and Miss Lydia Stickley of Delmar.
1868 2 DEC M Stone, O.B. m at Hartford, NY, Nov 11th, by Rev.David Wilcox, Mr. O.B. Stone of Delmar and Mrs. Abba Purdy of Hartford, NY.
1868 27 MAY D Stowell, Warren d in Delmar, Jan 6, Warren Stowell, in the 68th year of his age.
1868 10 JUN M Sykes, E.A. m in Mansfield, May 21, 1868 by Rev. H.Lamkin, Mr. Abram Shuart and Mrs. E.A. Sykes, all of Mansfield.
1868 29 JUL M Tabor, Alice L. 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 15 JAN M Tebo, Marvin 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 MAR M Thompkins, Lewis m in Charleston Jan 30, 1868 by Rev. O.L. Gibson, MR.Lewis Thompkins of Matteawan, NY and Miss Helen E. Mathers of Charleston.
1868 8 JAN M Tice, H.E. m in Wellsville, N.Y. Dec 25th 1867 by Elijah Stowell, Esq., Mr. H.E. Tice and Miss J.A. Bishop.
1868 18 MAR M Tiffany, H.N. m in Montrose, Feb 25, by Rev. J.G. Miller, Mr. H.N. Tiffany of Oakley and Miss Jennie E. Trumbull of Bridgewater, Susq'a county, Pa.
1868 16 SEP M Toles, Eliza Irine m Sept 13, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. John S. Mowry and Miss Eliza Irine Toles of Chatham.
1868 1 APR M Torpey, Aaron B. 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 27 MAY M Trull, Samuel W. m in Blossburg, April 29, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Samuel W. Trull of Charleston and Miss Helen A. Sofield of Wellsboro.
1868 2 DEC M Truman, Albert Abner 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 18 MAR M Trumbull, Jennie E. m in Montrose, Feb 25, by Rev. J.G. Miller, Mr. H.N. Tiffany of Oakley and Miss Jennie E. Trumbull of Bridgewater, Susq'a county, Pa.
1868 13 MAY D Vail, George C.S. Mr. George C.S. Vail, a native of Tioga Co, died suddenly in Sacramento, March 27, 1868. He was 53 years old.
1868 2 DEC M Valsing, George 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 10 JUN M VanAllen, D.D. 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 27 MAY M Veddes, C.J. 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 8 APR M Vermilyea, Emmet m in Elk, 28th instant, (?), by John Maynard, Esq., Mr. Emmet Vermilyea of Gaines and Miss Mary Beach of Elk.
1868 15 JAN M Ward, Mathew m in Union, Nov 11 1867, by Rev. I.B. Reynolds, Mathew Ward and Temperance Smith.
1868 23 SEP M Webster, David m in Middlebury, Sept 12, by Rev. S. Butler, Mr. David Webster and Miss Ophelia Barnhart, both of Tioga Co.
1868 13 MAY M Webster, O.S. m in Wellsboro, May 6, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. O.S. Webster and Miss Lucinda E. English all of Wellsboro.
1868 8 JAN M Welch, Helen m in Sullivan Dec 24, 1867, by N.A. Taylor, Esq., Mr. Nelson Welch and Miss Helen Welch, all of Sullivan, Tioga co.
1868 8 JAN M Welch, Nelson m in Sullivan Dec 24, 1867, by N.A. Taylor, Esq., Mr. Nelson Welch and Miss Helen Welch, all of Sullivan, Tioga co.
1868 15 JUL D Wells, O.B. d O.B. Wells of Jackson, one of the best men in the county. (no date of death given)
1868 4 MAR M Werline, B.F. m in Charleston Jan 30 1868 by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Mr. B.F. Werline of Liberty and Miss Phebe A. Mathers of Charleston.
1868 2 SEP D White, Sadie 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 3 JUN D Wilcox, Aurilla d at the residence of John D. Wilcox in Delmar, May 17, 1868, Mrs. Aurilla Wilcox, in the 43rd year of her age.
1868 16 SEP M Wilkinson, Fannie M. m Aug 15, 1868 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. R.E. Henry and Miss Fannie M. Wilkinson of Delmar.
1868 8 JUL D Willard, Jane A. d in Wellsboro, June 15, Jane A. Willard, daughter of Alpheus and Esther Willard, in the 20th year of her age. The youngest child and only daughter of her parents.
1868 8 JAN M Wilson, Daniel M. m in East Charleston Dec 11, 1867, by Rev. C.A. Stone, Mr. Daniel M. Wilson of Charleston and Miss Lydia Stickley of Delmar.
1868 8 APR M Wood, George m in Mansfield Mar 29, by Rev. J.W. Henry, Mr. George Wood of Sullivan and Miss Minerva Rouse of Richmond.
1868 11 MAR M Wood, William H. m at the residence of the bride's father in Lawrenceville, March 3d by Rev. J.J. Turton, Mr. William H. Wood of Bellows Falls, VT, and Miss Eliza A. Phippen of Lawrenceville.
1868 29 JUL M Worden, H.E. m in Charleston, July 18, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. H.E. Worden and Mattie L. Hart, both of Charleston.
1868 2 DEC M Wylie, Lottie A. m at Blossburg, Oct 3d by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. Henry P. Soper of Rutland, Tioga co and Miss Lottie A. Wylie of Wells, Bradford Co.

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