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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 1869

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

1869 24 NOV M Etz, Sarah M. m in Tioga, November 16, 1869, by Rev. C. Otis Thatcher, Mr. Orlando B. Lowell to Mrs. Sarah M. Etz, all of Tioga.
1869 31 MAR O Adams, Abram See Henry Stevens
1869 31 MAR O Adams, Harvey See Henry Stevens
1869 29 SEP D Adams, Infant Tioga news, Foster Adams' little girl about two years old was drowned on September 18th. Mr. Adams lives on Mill Creek about three miles fromt his village.
1869 25 AUG O Alford, James Tioga news, James Alford, a soldier of 1812 and an early pioneer of the country, was buried several weeks ago. "Uncle Jimmy" was a quiet respectable citizen and died in his 82d year.
1869 8 AUG M Bartlett, Orren E. m at Mansfield, Aug 7, 1869, by rev. L.D. Watson, Mr. Orren E. Bartlett of Bradford to Mrs. Anna Davis of Mansfield.
1869 21 JUL D Beckwith, Loena d in West Covington July 14, Loena, infant daughter of Levi and Mary Beckwith, aged 1 year 4 months 2 days.
1869 27 OCT O Bentley, Jesse Letter from Plainfield, Wis., First settler was Jesse Bentley, a brother of Judge E.T. Bentley of Tioga. He came here 18 years ago. J.B. Mitchell, a brother of John I. Mitchell, Esq., has the largest and nicest store building in Plainfield, Two-thirds of all the adult inhabitants of Plainfield township are from Tioga Co.
1869 3 FEB M Berry, Reuben m at Tioga, Pa., Dec 24th 1868m by Rev. C. Otis Thatcher, Mr. Reuben Berry of Columbia, Pa., and Miss Sarah Rowlee of Roseville, Pa.
1869 10 FEB M Blanchard, C.D. m at the residence of the bride's parents, near Paris, Bourbon co, KY, by the Rev. Mr. Marshall, Mr. C. D. Blanchard formerly of Tioga Co., and Miss Sarah A. Burdin, of Paris, KY.
1869 25 AUG D Brewster, E.J. Corning, NY, news,. The Journal says; E.J. Brewster of Alfred Centre died at Coudersport, while on a business visit. He leaves a father, mother and brother living in Mansfield, Pa. And several children who reside with their mother, from whom he had been divorced, in Allegany co.,NY.
1869 10 MAR M Briggs, Wesley m at the house of George Close, in Westfield Boro, Feb 28th, by Francis Strang, Esq., Wesley Briggs and Ann C. Scott, both of Clymer.
1869 1 SEP D Bristol, Daniel The eastern townships of this county were visited by a fearful storn on August 28th 1869. Mr. Daniel Bristol, of Mainsburg, was struck by lightening while at Fall Brook and instantly killed. The body was taken home Sunday.
1869 15 DEC D Bronson, Mrs. On the 1st of December, a man named Bronson undertook to cross the Cowanesque river at Nelson with a team and wagon, having aboard his wife and a child of four months. The river being swollen by the rain of the day previous, and very deep for fording, the box floated off from the wagon with the woman and child, while the man was dragged ashore by the lines. The child was rescued and the mother was drowned. The body was recovered the following sunday near Darling dam.
1869 17 MAR M Brown, Levi A. m in Elkland, Mar 11th by Rev. S.A. Rawson of Nelson, Mr. Levi A. Brown and Miss Sarah M Stull, both of Elkland.
1869 10 FEB M Burdin, Sarah A. m at the residence of the bride's parents, near Paris, Bourbon co, KY, by the Rev. Mr. Marshall, Mr. C. D. Blanchard formerly of Tioga Co., and Miss Sarah A. Burdin, of Paris, KY.
1869 29 SEP D Butler, Jared Farmington news. Mrs. Jared Butler died on September 12th and was buried on the 13th. Mrs. Butler was one of our oldest inhabitants.
1869 9 JUN D Catlin, Anna D. Died in Charleston, May 12, of consumption, Anna D., daughter of Joel and Almira Catlin, aged 18 years, 9 months 6 days.
1869 23 JUN M Clark, Anna E. m in Chatham, 13th June at the bride's fther by Rev. C. Beebe, Mr. James H. Seely of Farmington and Miss Anna E. Clark of Chatham.
1869 7 JUL M Clark, Jennie S. m at Covington, June 30th, by the Rev. G.P. Watrous, Mr. Harold H. Clayson of State Bridge, Oneida Co., NY to Miss Jennie S. Clark of Covington.
1869 10 MAR M Clark, Wm Henry m in Richmond, Feb 24th, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. G.P. watrus, Mr. Wm. Henry Clark and Miss Phebe M. Waters, both of Richmond.
1869 14 JUL D Clarke, Jarshal J. d in Clymer June 2, Marshal J., only child of andrew J. and Susan Clarke, aged 1 year 2 months 8 days.
1869 7 JUL M Clayson, Harold H. m at Covington, June 30th, by the Rev. G.P. Watrous, Mr. Harold H. Clayson of State Bridge, Oneida Co., NY to Miss Jennie S. Clark of Covington.
1869 8 DEC D Clemons, John B. Died November 29, 1869 of congestion of the brain, John B., infant son of Martin and Mary Ann Clemons.
1869 8 SEP O Close, Reuben Chatham news. Reuben Close buried his youngest child on August 27th 1869.
1869 12 MAY M Cochron, Geo. m at the M.E. Parsonage, Liberty, April 28th, by Rev. R. H. Colburn, Geo. Cochron of Liberty, Pa., to Laura Fulguson of Nauvoo, Pa.
1869 31 MAR O Cole, Heber See Henry Stevens
1869 10 MAR D Culver, Leander Mr. Leander Culver, a well known citizen of Elkland, was struck by a falling limb in the woods, on Monday of last week and he died Tuesday morning at 2 o'clock.. Mr Culver was about 60 years of age.
1869 8 AUG M Daggett, Inez A. m Aug 10, 1869 by Rev. R.L Stilwell, Mr. F.D. Fletcher of Cohocton, Steuben Co., NY to Miss Inez A. Daggett of Lawrenceville, Pa.
1869 25 MAY O Dartt, H.H. Mr. H.H. Dartt has settled at Fontanelle, Adair co., Iowa.
1869 8 AUG M Davis, Anna m at Mansfield, Aug 7, 1869, by rev. L.D. Watson, Mr. Orren E. Bartlett of Bradford to Mrs. Anna Davis of Mansfield.
1869 7 JUL O Depui, Vine Tioga news. Maj. Vine Depui's funeral was held on Wednesday at his late home, services conducted by Rev. C. Otis Thatcher, He leaves a wife and seven children.
1869 18 AUG D Dickinson, Nathaniel d in Middlebury, July 7, 1869, Nathaniel Dickinson, in the 52d year of his age.
1869 31 MAR O Doolittle, Lucy See Henry Stevens
1869 31 MAR O Dutton, Dean See Henry Stevens
1869 31 MAR O Dutton, Sally See Henry Stevens
1869 21 APR D Dyer, Edwin d in Covington, Mar 30th suddenly, Edwin, only son of Hon,. E. Dyer, aged 29 years.
1869 25 MAY D English, William Mrs. William English who was injured by falling from a wagon died of her injuries Wednesday of last week.
1869 17 FEB D Etz, Sarah Mills d in Mansfield, Dec 31, 1868, Sarah Mills Etz, only daughter of Mres. Sarah M. Etz, aged 6 years 5 months.
1869 3 NOV D Fitzgerald, Grace G. D at Elkland, Pa., October 5th 1869 of thphoid fever, Grace G. Fitzgerald, aged 9 years 9 months 24 days. 
1869 8 AUG M Fletcher, F.D. m Aug 10, 1869 by Rev. R.L Stilwell, Mr. F.D. Fletcher of Cohocton, Steuben Co., NY to Miss Inez A. Daggett of Lawrenceville, Pa.
1869 30 JUN D Flower, Lucius Leonard The following was abstracted from a letter to the Editor: Lucius Leonard Flower of Lamb's Creek, Pa., late of Schuyler co., NY; eldest son of Alfred Flower of Feeding Hills, Mass., the first of a family of seven children to meet the sainted mother in heaven. God helps the wife, the only child, the sister and brothers. Letter dated May 19th 1869 and signed by Hattie L. Flower, Feeding Hills, Mass.
1869 29 SEP M Ford, Fannie E. m in Blossburg, September 15, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Warren Husted of Arnot and Miss Fannie E. Ford of Mainsburg.
1869 12 MAY M Fulguson, Laura m at the M.E. Parsonage, Liberty, April 28th, by Rev. R. H. Colburn, Geo. Cochron of Liberty, Pa., to Laura Fulguson of Nauvoo, Pa.
1869 30 JUN O Garretson, William Underground Railroad, by William Garretson, (Front Page)
1869 24 MAR O George, William F. Gone West. Messr. William K. Seeley and William F. George, of Brookfield, with their families, have removed to Kansas.
1869 3 NOV M Gisin, John m at Wellsboro October 21st 1869 by Rev. John A. Bowman, Mr. John Gisin of Nelson, Pa., to Miss Louise Margraff.
1869 27 JAN D Glassmire, Georgie D. d at Manchester Farms, Jan 9, 1869, Georgie D., only child of N.M. and G.V. Glassmire, and grandson of G.D. Leib, aged 8 months and 18 days.
1869 25 MAY O Goodrich, James The funeral of James Goodrich Jr. took place last Sunday.
1869 29 SEP D Hall, R.T. Farmington news. Mr. R.T. Hall died at the residence of his son, Rhodes W. Hall on the 10th of September. He had long been disabled but was never absent from the polls on election day, where he cast his vote and influence for Freedom and Right.
1869 14 JUL M Hammond, Harriet C. m July 3, by Elder I.R. Spencer, Mr. Charles H. Ramsdell of Northumberland, Pa,.and Miss Harriet C. Hammond of Richmond.
1869 8 AUG M Hazlett, William m at Tioga, August 10, 1869 by Rev. C. Otis Thatcher, MR. William Hazlett to Miss Isabelle Keyes, both of Tioga.
1869 29 SEP M Hoig, Melissa S. m in Wellsboro, September 9 at the M.E. Parsonage by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Oliver G. Padgett and Miss Melissa S. Hoig, all of Delmar.
1869 6 JAN M Hunler, Eunice Mariah m by J.A. Houghton, Esq., at his office, Mr. Daniel McCarty and Miss Eunice Mariah Hunler, all of Delmar.
1869 29 SEP M Husted, Warren m in Blossburg, September 15, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Warren Husted of Arnot and Miss Fannie E. Ford of Mainsburg.
1869 3 NOV O Ireland, D.S. Covington news, October 21st, D.S. Ireland Sr. and family started for their new home in Raleigh, N.C. Mr Ireland is one of the old residents of Covington and for many years has been identified with its business interest.
1869 14 JUL M James, Oscar m in Jackson, July 4, by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. Oscar James and Miss Carrie Wood, both of Rutland.
1869 29 SEP M Johnson, Ellen M. m at the residence of the bride's father, August 26, Edwin Maine of Mainsburg and Miss Ellen M Johnson of Covington.
1869 18 AUG M Jones, Mary E. m at Covington, during the eclipse, Aug 7, 1869, by Rev. G.P. Watrous, Mr. G.W. Skelton to Miss Mary E. Jones, both of Bloss.
1869 16 JUN O Keltz, Capt. Peter Covington news. Capt. Peter Keltz came on to the Tioga river and located at Mansfield in 1805, just 64 years ago. He now resides here.
1869 8 AUG M Keyes, Isabelle m at Tioga, August 10, 1869 by Rev. C. Otis Thatcher, MR. William Hazlett to Miss Isabelle Keyes, both of Tioga.
1869 12 MAY D Knapp, J.A. Esq. d J.A. Knapp, Edq., on the 7th of May at Emporium. Cameron Co., Pa., born 1835, a native of Tioga Co. (May 19th 1869 issue. Editor's Note: Correction to our notive of the death of Mr. J.A. Knapp in last week's paper. He was born in 1837 and was 32 years of age. Co. Emery of Wellsboro is Mr. Knapp's father-in-law.)
1869 18 AUG D Knapp, Joshua Alfred d at Emporium, Pa., Aug 12th, Joshua Alfred, son of Mr. J.A. Knapp, aged 9 months.
1869 3 FEB M Locy, Elzuma m at Keeneyville Jan 2, 1869, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Jerome Sample to Miss Elzuma Locy, all of Middlebury.
1869 8 SEP M Longbothum. Frank m in Holidaytown, at the residence of the bride's parents, Aug 29th by Rev. C.A. Stone, Mr. Frank Longbothum to Miss Calferna White, both of Middlebury,
1869 17 NOV M Losey, James T m In Nelson, November 3, 1869, by Rev. Rawson, Mr. James T. Losey to Miss Jennie M. Merrit, all of Nelson.
1869 24 NOV M Lowell, Orlando B. m in Tioga, November 16, 1869, by Rev. C. Otis Thatcher, Mr. Orlando B. Lowell to Mrs. Sarah M. Etz, all of Tioga.
1869 29 SEP M Maine, Edwin m at the residence of the bride's father, August 26, Edwin Maine of Mainsburg and Miss Ellen M Johnson of Covington.
1869 3 NOV M Margraff, Louise m at Wellsboro October 21st 1869 by Rev. John A. Bowman, Mr. John Gisin of Nelson, Pa., to Miss Louise Margraff.
1869 6 JAN M McCarty, Daniel m by J.A. Houghton, Esq., at his office, Mr. Daniel McCarty and Miss Eunice Mariah Hunler, all of Delmar.
1869 3 NOV D McVoy, Daniel Died, Daniel McVoy, (no date given)
1869 17 NOV M Merrit, Jennie M. m In Nelson, November 3, 1869, by Rev. Rawson, Mr. James T. Losey to Miss Jennie M. Merrit, all of Nelson.
1869 19 MAY D Miller, infant d on the 12th of May, a little child of Mrs. Delos Miller of Delmar. She was fatally scalded.
1869 27 OCT O Mitchell, J.B. Letter from Plainfield, Wis., First settler was Jesse Bentley, a brother of Judge E.T. Bentley of Tioga. He came here 18 years ago. J.B. Mitchell, a brother of John I. Mitchell, Esq., has the largest and nicest store building in Plainfield, Two-thirds of all the adult inhabitants of Plainfield township are from Tioga Co.
1869 10 NOV D Mitchell, Mrs. On Wednesday of last week (November 3rd) sudden death of Mrs. Mitchell, the estimable wife of John I. Mitchell, Esq. The deceased was in her 33d year. She leaves 3 children, a husband and parents.
1869 11 AUG D Montague, Thomas Thomas Montague died in the County House, August 2nd. He was born in Woolwich, Eng. In the year 1787 and came to this country when a boy. For many years he was an elder in the Freewill Baptist church and preached in this county. He had no relatives in America.
1869 20 JAN D Mosher, Flora Taylor d in Blossburg, Dec 26th 1868, in the 21st year of her age, Mrs. Flora Taylor, wife of MR. E. Mosher. Leaves husband, infant daughter, parents and brother.
1869 10 FEB M Mudge, A. W. m at the Baptist church in Cherry Flatts, Feb 4th 1869, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, A. W. Mudge and Lydia C. Zimmer, all of Cherry Flatts.
1869 17 NOV M Niles, Gibson m in Middlebury, Nov 7, 1869 by Thomas Keeney, Esq., Mr. Gibson Niles to Miss Emily West, all of Middlebury.
1869 8 DEC D Osborn, L.L. Died near Tioga, L.L. Osborn, aged 52 years 9 months 13 days.
1869 13 JAN D Packer, James M. d in Wellsboro Jan 1st 1869 of congestion of the brain, Mr. James M. Packer, oldest son of Dr. N. Packer, aged 19 years.
1869 29 SEP M Padgett, Oliver G. m in Wellsboro, September 9 at the M.E. Parsonage by Rev. O.L. Gibson, Oliver G. Padgett and Miss Melissa S. Hoig, all of Delmar.
1869 21 APR D Palmer, Lemuel M. d in Rutland, Tioga co., Mar 30th, of inflammation of the lungs, Lemuel M. Palmer, aged 68 years. He was born in Woodstock, Vt, in 1801. And removed to this County in 1837. He was a member of the M.E. Church.
1869 8 DEC D Palmer, William William Palmer died at the County House on December 4th aged 94 years.
1869 21 JUL D Peake, Oscar J. Drowned in Charleston, July 14, Oscar J. son of George W. and Paulina A. Peake, aged 2 years 9 months 14 days.
1869 4 AUG D Pool, Rudolph Mr. Rudolph Pool, was instantly killed at Bailey's Mills in Mansfield, July 29, 1869. Mr Pool was a German Jew, but lately arrived in this country. The remains were taken to Elmira and left with the Hebrew society there for interment.
1869 14 JUL M Ramsdell, Charles H. m July 3, by Elder I.R. Spencer, Mr. Charles H. Ramsdell of Northumberland, Pa,.and Miss Harriet C. Hammond of Richmond.
1869 17 MAR M Rathbun, Job m in Westfield twp, March 8, at the house of Benjamin Tubbs, by Francis Strang, Esq., Job Rathbun of Nelson and Susan Tubbs, of Westfield.
1869 22 DEC M Reddington, Rancy m in Wellsboro, November 21, 1869, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Henry Rice of Nelson to Miss Rancy Reddington of Wellsboro.
1869 7 JUL D Rew, Henry Mainesburg news. Another of the pioneers of Sullivan has died. Henry Rew aged 88 years, was buried on Thursday, July 1st.
1869 22 DEC M Rice, Henry m in Wellsboro, November 21, 1869, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. Henry Rice of Nelson to Miss Rancy Reddington of Wellsboro.
1869 15 DEC D Rice, John H. John H. Rice, Grocer, an esteemed young man, died December 10th, after an illness of less than a day, in the 30th year of his age. He was born in England and came to this country when a small boy. He served in the Civil War. After the war he married and went into business in Wellsboro, first as a clerk and afterward as a grocer on his own account. He leaves a wife and two children. He was buried on December 12th. The funeral was held at the M.E. Church.
1869 25 AUG D Rockwell, Dr. R.C. The Troy Gazette chronicles the death of Dr. R.C. Rockwell of Troy of disease of the heart. He was buried with Masonic honors on Monday 9th.
1869 3 FEB M Rowlee, Sarah m at Tioga, Pa., Dec 24th 1868m by Rev. C. Otis Thatcher, Mr. Reuben Berry of Columbia, Pa., and Miss Sarah Rowlee of Roseville, Pa.
1869 27 OCT D Rowly, Eugene T. d in Middlebury, October 5, 1869, Eugene T. Rowly, of typhoid fever, aged 16 years 6 months 1 day.
1869 3 FEB M Sample, Jerome m at Keeneyville Jan 2, 1869, by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Jerome Sample to Miss Elzuma Locy, all of Middlebury.
1869 10 MAR M Scott, Ann C. m at the house of George Close, in Westfield Boro, Feb 28th, by Francis Strang, Esq., Wesley Briggs and Ann C. Scott, both of Clymer.
1869 8 DEC D Seeley, Eunice Notice of the I.O. of G.T. Lodge, Knoxville, regarding the death of Eunice Seeley. (no date of death given)
1869 24 MAR O Seeley, William K. Gone West. Messr. William K. Seeley and William F. George, of Brookfield, with their families, have removed to Kansas.
1869 23 JUN M Seely, James H. m in Chatham, 13th June at the bride's fther by Rev. C. Beebe, Mr. James H. Seely of Farmington and Miss Anna E. Clark of Chatham.
1869 25 AUG O Shaw, J.H. Mr. J.H. Shaw, lat of Richmond, writes from tama City, Iowa.
1869 30 JUN M Simons, Wayland D. m at Tioga, Pa., 21st June 1869 by Rev. C. Otis thatcher, Mr. Wayland D. Simons and Miss Dleia E. Cole, both of Tioga.
1869 24 FEB D Simpson, Charles B. d Mr. Charles B. Simpson, son of Robert C. Simpson, esq., of Wellsboro, died in Brooklyn, L.I. Feb 16th 1869, at the age of 23 years. The burial was on Saturday.
1869 27 OCT O Simpson, Robert C. Mr. & Mrs, Robert C. Simpson celebrated the 25th anniversary of their wedding day on October 23rd.
1869 18 AUG M Skelton, G.W. m at Covington, during the eclipse, Aug 7, 1869, by Rev. G.P. Watrous, Mr. G.W. Skelton to Miss Mary E. Jones, both of Bloss.
1869 31 MAR O Stevens, daniel See Henry Stevens
1869 31 MAR O Stevens, Emery See Henry Stevens
1869 31 MAR O Stevens, Henry A family gathering was held on the 4th and 5th of Mar 1869 at the house of Henry Stevens, of Middlebury. Eleven attended. They were all born in VT. The "Patriarchess" of the occasion was a woman familiarly known as Aunt Patty Stevens, aged 82, mother of 7 children 44 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren. She and one sister had been separated for over 40 years but they recognized each other instantly. The names and ages of the company were as follows: Patty Stevens 82, Mary Stevens 70, Emery Stevens 70, Dean Dutton 69, Lucy Doolittle 66, Heber Cole 66, Sally Dutton 65, Abram Adams 62, Eliza Walker 62, Daniel Stevens 53, Harvey Adams 50.
1869 31 MAR O Stevens, Mary See Henry Stevens
1869 31 MAR O Stevens, Patty See Henry Stevens
1869 17 NOV D Streit, Prof. J.T. Prof. J.T. Streit, Principal of the State Normal School, Mansfield, died at his residence in Mansfield November 13th,. Rev. J.F. Calkins conducted the funeral services on Monday.
1869 17 MAR M Stull, Sarah M. m in Elkland, Mar 11th by Rev. S.A. Rawson of Nelson, Mr. Levi A. Brown and Miss Sarah M Stull, both of Elkland.
1869 31 MAR D Swartwood, J.J. d in Tioga, Mar 25th , J.J. Swartwood, aged 23 years 2 months 17 days.
1869 3 NOV D Terrell, infant Burned to death. Lawrence news -- October 29th. Yesterday morning, a little daughter of Mr. Nathan Terrell, of Lawrence township was so badly burned that she only survived 5 hours. The father and mother had gone from home, leaving 3 small children alone. The little girl was standing in the front of the stove, when her dress caught fire. She ran out of the house and the wind increased the flames so that her clothes were entirely consumed. Dr. Darling was called in but nothing could be done.
1869 10 FEB D Thayer, Elles d of scarlet fever at Lambs Creek, 24th Feb. Elles, son of Galinus and Ann Eliza Thayer, aged 5 years 3 months 15 days.
1869 17 MAR M Tubbs, Susan m in Westfield twp, March 8, at the house of Benjamin Tubbs, by Francis Strang, Esq., Job Rathbun of Nelson and Susan Tubbs, of Westfield.
1869 3 NOV D Updike, Adaline d in Charleston, October 29, Miss Adaline Updike, daughter of David and Lucy Updike, age 11 years 4 months 5 days.
1869 31 MAR O Walker, Eliza See Henry Stevens
1869 10 MAR M Waters, Phebe M. m in Richmond, Feb 24th, at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. G.P. watrus, Mr. Wm. Henry Clark and Miss Phebe M. Waters, both of Richmond.
1869 15 DEC O Wetmore, Lyman Mr. Lyman Wetmore, for many years one of the best citizens of Charleston, left for Missouri, his future home, last week.
1869 8 SEP M White, Calferna m in Holidaytown, at the residence of the bride's parents, Aug 29th by Rev. C.A. Stone, Mr. Frank Longbothum to Miss Calferna White, both of Middlebury,
1869 20 OCT D Williams, Charles G. d Charles G. Williams, Editor of the Wellsboro Democrat died very suddently at D.D. Holliday's Hotel, his boarding place, October 16th, aged 37 years. The funeral took place at the Episcopal Church Monday and remains conveyed to the home of his childhood, Hartford, Susquehanna Co., Pa, and deposited in the family cemetery.
1869 14 JUL M Wood, Carrie m in Jackson, July 4, by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. Oscar James and Miss Carrie Wood, both of Rutland.
1869 29 SEP O Young, Hugh Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Young of Wellsboro celebrated their Tin Wedding on Wednesday evening, September 22nd.
1869 10 FEB M Zimmer, Lydia C. m at the Baptist church in Cherry Flatts, Feb 4th 1869, by Rev. J.F. Calkins, A. W. Mudge and Lydia C. Zimmer, all of Cherry Flatts.

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