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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 1870-71

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

1871 22 MAR D Allen, Almond Mansfield, Almond Allen, father of Professor F.A. Allen, died at his residence in Mansfield on March 4th, and was buried March 7th. He was nearly 74 years of age, a pioneer in this county and a patriarch of a noble family.
1871 25 JAN M Anderson, Sylvanus m on Jan 17th at the residence of the bride's father, in Rutland, by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. Sylvanus Anderson of Owego, NY to Miss Susan Haswell.
1870 12 JAN M Andrus, Clara m in Mansfield December 25, 1869, Anthany Spencer of Union to Miss Clara Andrus of Alba.
1871 5 JUL M Bache, Mary Adeline m June 29th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. J.R. Karcher, William Clymer Kress to Mary Adeline, daughter of William Bache, all of Wellsboro.
1870 4 MAY D Baird, Robert Death of Robert Baird reported by the IOOF Lodge of Blossburg. (no date of death given) His funeral was held on April 1st, 1870. He leaves a widow and children.
1871 25 JAN M Baker, C.E. m by Rev. T.Scott, Jan 12th, Mr. C.E. Baker of Westfield, to Miss N.G. Hackett of Ulysses, Pa.
1871 26 JUL D Baker, Minerva Jackson news. July 13th the funeral of Miss Minerva Baker was held. She left but a few relatives.
1871 24 MAY M Barber, Mary m in Covington, April 29th 1871, by Rev. W.D. Taylor, Mr. James Kinsey of New York city to Miss Mary Barber of Covington.
1870 22 JUN M Barnhart, Laura m in Jackson, June 12th, by Rev. Charles Weeks, Mr. Naham Haven of Columbia, and Miss Laura Barnhart.
1870 4 MAY D Beckwith, David David Beckwith, who lived many years, formerly at Tioga, died in Middlebury some two weeks ago.
1870 26 OCT D Bennett, Solomon Died, Solomon Bennett, of Elmira, well known and highly respected business man in this county, died suddenly in Elmira Oct 21st. L.C. Bennett of this place, is a son of the deceased.
1871 12 JUL M Bigle, John Biegler-Gleason. Married in Delmar July 2d, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. John Bigle to Miss Aurelia Gleason. (note different spelling of groom's last name.
1871 11 JAN O Blanchard, Oliver Farmington, There was a pleasant gathering at the house of Oliver Blanchard on Christman Eve, for the treble purpose of "warming" a new house, and celebrating Christmas and the golden wedding of Mr. Charles Blanchard and his wife Lavina, who have kept their faith and plighted troth since Christmas Eve 1820. It is a good deal, in these days of loose marriages and looser divorces. May time solidify the golden wedding to a diamond one.
1870 9 MAR D Boatman, John d, Mr. John Boatman, Sr. of Delmar, died very suddenly on Friday last (March 4th)… The funeral took place at the Delmar Baptist church on Sunday last. The remains were interred in the Delmar cemetery.
1870 23 NOV D Bowman, twin A twin child, a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John A. Bowman, about a year old, died in Wellsboro, one day last week. It was a sweet little thing, and its death is the more regretted, sine it leave the little boy alone.
1871 19 JUL D Brewster, Luther Mansfield, An old gentleman, by the name of Luther Brewster, was killed by the cars on July 13th, a mile and a half below Mansfield. The funeral took place on Saturday last.
1870 22 JUN M Brown, S.B. m in Blossburg, June 1st, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. S.B. Brown of Bradford county and Miss Antoinette Kilbourn of Blossburg.
1871 4 JAN M Bryon, Mercy m in Jackson, Pa., Dec 14, 1870 by M.K. Retan, Esq., Waterman Osborn and Miss Mercy Bryon, all of Jackson, Pa.
1870 24 AUG D Bullard, Mrs. Mrs. Bullard, wife of Walter Bullard, of Wellsboro died August 17th. Member of the Presbyterian church and Order of Good Templars. She leaves three children, the youngest being 8 years old.
1870 1 JUL D Burgin, infant son A little son of Mr. J. Burgin of Wellsboro, fell into a tub of hot water on June 24, and was so badly scalded that he died on July 1st.
1871 27 SEP M Bush, Ada G. m at the Episcopal Church in Wellsboro, Sunday night, sept 24th, by the Rev. J.K. Karcher, Mr. Villeroy N. Klock to Miss Ada G. Bush.
1870 26 OCT D Button, Alonzo Chatham. Died recently, Mr. Alonzo Button, leaving a large family.
1870 2 FEB M Campbell, Kate m in Delmar, at the residence of the bride's father, January 26th 1870, by Rev. A. Dodge, Lyman P. Chamberlin of Ridgebury, Bradford Co to Miss Kate Campbell.
1870 23 MAR M Campton, William H. m at Nelson, 6th March, by Rev. S.A. Rawson, Mr. William H. Campton and Miss L.M. Paddock, all of Chatham.
1870 2 FEB M Chamberlin, Lyman P m in Delmar, at the residence of the bride's father, January 26th 1870, by Rev. A. Dodge, Lyman P. Chamberlin of Ridgebury, Bradford Co to Miss Kate Campbell.
1870 23 MAR D Chubbuck, Col. Levi Col. Levi Chubbuck, of Wellsboro died March 18th 1870 in the 66th year of his age. Burial was in the Wellsboro cemetery Tuesday last. Services by Dr. J.D. Mitchell.
1870 8 JUN D Clark, William W. Obituary submitted by the Corninthian Lodge, N. 79, Burlingame, Iowa. Died, William W. Clark, (a master mason)… (Copy of resolutions to be sent to Tioga Co Agitator and widow) Editor's note: Mr. Clark was formerly a citizen of Tioga Co.
1870 5 JAN M Clemens, Charles m in Richmond, December 25th 1869 by Rev. W.D. Taylor, Mr. Charles Clemens of Charleston to Miss Adoline Crittenden
1870 5 JAN M Clemens, George m in Covington, December 25th 1869 by Rev. G.P. Watrous, Mr. George Clemens to Miss Mary R. Narsh of Bloss.
1870 12 JAN D Cole, Infant A little child of Dennis Cole in Chatham, aged about 3 years, was badly scalded on Friday and died on Saturday, December 31st.
1870 14 DEC D Cook, Lewis Lewis Cook, who lived in Jackson many years ago, died recently in Michaigan.
1870 5 JAN M Crittenden, Adoline m in Richmond, December 25th 1869 by Rev. W.D. Taylor, Mr. Charles Clemens of Charleston to Miss Adoline Crittenden
1870 26 OCT D Davis, A. Chatham, Died recently, Mrs. A. Davis, leaving a little family.
1871 18 OCT M DeWitt, John m in Mansfield, 13th Oct, by Rev. G.S. Hart, Mr. Joh DeWitt to Miss Kate G. Maine, both of Mainsburg, Pa.
1871 15 MAR M Duemater, Mary m by the Rev. J.P. Neff, Jan 12th, Mr. J. Neifart of Liberty, to Miss Mary Duemater, of Jackson, Tioga co.
1870 6 APR D Eaton, Thomas Death by accident. Mr. Thomas Eaton, son of Adolphus Eaton, of East Charleston, Tioga co., died March 11th, 1870 near Bosket Station upon the New York and Erie railroad, aged 26 years. (details of accident given) He was a member of the Locomotive Firemen's Union, and with honor to the fraternity was carefully attended to his parents hom and buried. Thomas was a soldier under Banks in the 42d Mass. volunteers, Co. E, in the late war.
1870 7 SEP D Elliott, widow The widow Elliott, mother of Julia Elliott, of Lawrenceville, died a few days ago, aged 93 years. She lived a great many years on the old Elliott homestead, on the west side of the Tioga river.
1871 20 SEP D Friends, Rosella died in Jackson, Aug 28, 1871, Mrs. Rosella, wife of Porter Friends, Esq., aged 37 years.
1871 29 NOV D Gee, Julian d Nov 19, 1871, Mrs. Julian Gee, aged 70 years.
1871 16 AUG M Gernet, Araminta m in Sullivan, Aug 2d by N.A. Taylor, Esq., Mr. George Emery Goodrich to Miss Araminta Gernet, all of Sullivan, Tioga Co, Pa.
1871 12 JUL M Gleason, Aurelia Biegler-Gleason. Married in Delmar July 2d, by A.S. Brewster, Esq., Mr. John Bigle to Miss Aurelia Gleason. (note different spelling of groom's last name.
1870 12 JAN M Goodin, Oliver N. m in Richmond, December 30, 1869, by Rev. W. Beach, MR. Oliver N. Goodin to Miss Emiline M. Horton, both of Rutland.
1871 16 AUG M Goodrich, George m in Sullivan, Aug 2d by N.A. Taylor, Esq., Mr. George Emery Goodrich to Miss Araminta Gernet, all of Sullivan, Tioga Co, Pa.
1871 25 JAN M Hackett, N.G. m by Rev. T.Scott, Jan 12th, Mr. C.E. Baker of Westfield, to Miss N.G. Hackett of Ulysses, Pa.
1871 18 OCT M Halsted, E.H. m in Delmar, at the residence of the bride's parents, Oct 13, 1871 by Rev. G.W. Remington, Mr. E.H. Halsted to Miss Phebe C. Wilcox.
1871 25 JAN M Haswell, Susan m on Jan 17th at the residence of the bride's father, in Rutland, by Rev. M. Rockwell, Mr. Sylvanus Anderson of Owego, NY to Miss Susan Haswell.
1870 22 JUN M Haven, Naham m in Jackson, June 12th, by Rev. Charles Weeks, Mr. Naham Haven of Columbia, and Miss Laura Barnhart.
1871 15 FEB M Hiibers, John H. m in Elk, Feb 2nd 1871, by L. Wetmore, Esq., at the house of the bride's father, Mr. John H. Hiibers to Miss Mary Schanbacker, both of Elk.
1870 12 JAN M Horton, Emiline M. m in Richmond, December 30, 1869, by Rev. W. Beach, MR. Oliver N. Goodin to Miss Emiline M. Horton, both of Rutland.
1870 2 NOV D Howland, John W. Ogdensburg. Mr. John W. Howland of McIntrye, Lycoming co, but formerly of Union, was instantly killed Oct 19th while hunting with seven other men. He was about 70 years of age. (details given)
1870 28 SEP O Hoyt, Deacon Abel Golden Wedding of Deacon Abel Hoyt was celebrated at his residence in Deerfield, 14th September. Ceremony by his pastor Rev. J.Cairnes.
1870 4 MAY D Hulbert, Augusta Chatham news. Died on April 22 nd, Augusta Hulbert, daughter of Lyman Hulbert.
1871 8 MAR M Hurd, Andrew J. m in Elk, Feb 20th 1871, by L. Wetmore, Esq., at the house of the bride's father, Mr. Andrew J. Hurd of Gaines to Miss Ellen A. Wetmore of Elk.
1870 26 JAN D Ingham, Joseph Joseph Ingham died on Christmas at his residence near Knoxville, Tioga Co. He was a native of England. Came to Bradford Co in 1827 where for many years he was engaged in business as a woolen manufacturer…He was a strong supporter of the War of the Revellion. His son Capt. J.B. Ingham died at Antietam in the spring of 1863. (He also had other sons not named in the news article.) The old gentleman and his sons again commenced business near Knoxville, Tioga Co. (Abstracted from a news release through a correspondent for the Bradford Reporter)
1871 15 MAR M Inscho, Louisa m in Tioga, Feb 1, by Rev. A.B. Chase, Mr. T.F. Rolason of Beemerville, New Jersey and Miss R. Louisa Inscho, of Tioga, Pa.
1870 23 NOV D John, James Morris Run Lodge, No 698, IOOF, reported the death of James John. (No death date given)
1870 6 JUL M Joseph, Orren m in Union township, Floyd co, Iowa, June 19th, by Rev. S. Bartlett, Mr. Orren Joseph and Miss Angeline Miller.
1870 21 SEP D Kemp, Samuel Samuel Kemp, an old resident of Jackson township, died at his residence on alder run, September 6th, aged 66 years. The deceased and his two sons, enlisted and served in the late war.
1871 8 FEB M Kennedy, Lovina m in Shippen at the house of the bride's parents, by the Rev. A.C. Dodge, Jan 17, 1871, Mr. Lemuel Sherman to Miss Lovina Kennedy.
1870 22 JUN M Kilbourn, Antoinette m in Blossburg, June 1st, by Rev. N.L. Reynolds, Mr. S.B. Brown of Bradford county and Miss Antoinette Kilbourn of Blossburg.
1871 6 SEP D Kimball, C. Lazelle Wellsboro Lodge, No. 661, I.O.of C.T., reported the death fo C. Lazelle Kimball. (no dat of death given)
1870 5 JAN M Kimball, Charles B. m in Charleston December 27th 1869 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. Charles B. Kimball of Wellsboro to Miss Ella L. Walker of Charleston.
1871 24 MAY M Kinsey, James m in Covington, April 29th 1871, by Rev. W.D. Taylor, Mr. James Kinsey of New York city to Miss Mary Barber of Covington.
1871 2 AUG D Kirkpatrick, William Killed by the cars in St Albans, Vt, July 22d, William Kirkpatrick, son of John Kirkpatrick of Wellsboro, aged 32 years.
1871 27 SEP M Klock, Villeroy N. m at the Episcopal Church in Wellsboro, Sunday night, sept 24th, by the Rev. J.K. Karcher, Mr. Villeroy N. Klock to Miss Ada G. Bush.
1870 25 MAY D Knowlton, A.J. A son of A.J. Knowlton of Richmond was injured by the cars last wek and later died. He was about 8 years old.
1870 23 NOV D Kohler, William William Kohler, aged 17, son of George Kohler, of Charleston, was injured when his gun accidently discharged on Saturday last. He died the following day.
1871 5 JUL M Kress, William Clymer m June 29th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. J.R. Karcher, William Clymer Kress to Mary Adeline, daughter of William Bache, all of Wellsboro.
1871 13 DEC D Labar, A. A young lad, A. Labar, was accidently shot on the 26th of November and instantly killed… His funeral took place at Sabinsville, on November 29th.
1870 2 MAR D Levergood, Orlando Liberty news. Died on February 20th 1870, Mr. Orlando Levergood, aged 23 years and 9 months. He leaves a widowed mother, brothers and sisters.
1871 12 JUL D Lindsay, Sally d in Wellsboro, July 4th, Mrs. Sally Lindsay, aged 80 years. She was the widow of David Lindsay, who came to Wellsboro in 1808, and died in 1827. At the time he came, there were but 3 or 4 houses where Wellsboro now stands, and these were log houses. One of these, a large log house, stood near the site now occupied by F.D. Bunnell, another, and smaller one, just back of the hotel now kept by Sol. Bunnell, one near the present residence of Dr. Packer, and another, partly built, near John Bache's. These, with a log meeting house, standing where Monroes hotel barn now stands, comprised the village in 1808. In the year 1808 the county was organized, and the first meeting of the Commissioner was held in the log meeting house. The next and subsequent meetings were held at the house of David Lindsay, who was for many years Commissioners Clerk. He also kept the first store ever kept in Wellsboro. Mrs. Lindsay was the last survivor of those who came so early as 1808.
1870 9 FEB D Love, Marian B. d of Marian B. Love reported by the IOOFGT Lodge, Knoxville. (no date of death given)
1870 18 MAY D Love, Mrs. W. Chatham, Died. Mrs. W. Love, aged 62 years. (No date given) Her remains were taken to Cayuga co, NY for interment.
1870 1 JUN D Lutz, J.J. Death of J.J. Lutz, aged 33 years, on May 15th 1870, was reported by the Blockhouse Lodge, Liberty, Pa. #398 of IOOF.
1871 18 OCT M Maine, Kate G. m in Mansfield, 13th Oct, by Rev. G.S. Hart, Mr. Joh DeWitt to Miss Kate G. Maine, both of Mainsburg, Pa.
1871 25 JAN M Makelay, Sarah m at Mansfield, Jan 13th by Rev. G.P. Watous, Mr. Horace J. Smith of Richmond and Miss Sarah Makelay of Rutland.
1871 4 JAN M Masdin, Selah M. M in Charleston, Dec 28th 1870, by Rev. Jas. A. Clark, Mr. Selah M. Masdin to Miss Crescia L. Eaton, all fo Charleston.
1870 6 JUL M Miller, Angeline m in Union township, Floyd co, Iowa, June 19th, by Rev. S. Bartlett, Mr. Orren Joseph and Miss Angeline Miller.
1870 24 AUG D Mitchell, Edsel Edsel Mitchell, another of the pioneer citizens of the county, died at his residence in Middlebury 16th Aug, 1870, in the 78th year of his age. He was one of four sons of Richard Mitchell who settled on the Tioga River, at the mouth of Mitchell Creek, as it is now known. In 1790. He is said to have been the first white child born in the county... He was a member of the Baptist church asn was buried wednesday in the ground near the CHurch he had done so much to help build. Rev. G.P. Watrous officiated. (Long obituary telling about early times)
1870 21 SEP D Mitchell, William K. (Abstracted from a long obituary) Died at Mitchell Creek, Tioga co, September 13th, William K. Mitchell. He was born on the farm where he lived all his life December 4, 1810. He was the youngest son of Richard Mitchell, who settled at Mitchell Creek at a very early day. Edsel Mitchell, who died a month before, was his oldest brother. But one of the four sons now remains. This is Richard Mitchell, who recently left his farm and now resides in Tioga. Since Edsel Mitchell died, four pioneers have died... Mrs. Elliot, Samuel Westbrook, Samuel Kemp and William Mitchell... He leaves a large family.. a widow and minor children. His wife is a daughter of the veteran Baptist Minister, Elder Sheardown. He was buried in the cemetery at Tioga, on the 15th. The services were conducted by Rev. A.B. Chase, pastor of the Baptist church at Tioga, of which the deceased was a member.
1870 28 SEP M Morse, Benjamin m Sept 13th, by the Rev. W.P. Omans, Mr. Benjamin Morse to Miss Elinor Wass, both of Chatham.
1870 19 OCT D Morsmon, Fredie d in Charleston, Oct 2nd 1870, Fredie, son of Hiram and Jane Morsmon, aged 7 months.
1871 15 NOV M Naramore, Daniel H. m in Wellsboro, Nov 8, 1871, at the residence of the bride's fparents, by Rev. D.D. Buck, D.D., Mr. Daniel H. Naramore to Miss Flora Stoddard.
1870 5 JAN M Narsh, Mary R. m in Covington, December 25th 1869 by Rev. G.P. Watrous, Mr. George Clemens to Miss Mary R. Narsh of Bloss.
1871 15 MAR M Neifart, J. m by the Rev. J.P. Neff, Jan 12th, Mr. J. Neifart of Liberty, to Miss Mary Duemater, of Jackson, Tioga co.
1871 13 DEC M Orvis, M.S. m in Sullivan, Nov 30th 1871, by the Rev. Isaac Everitt, Rev. S.G. Rhinevault of Monroeton to Miss M.S. Orvis of Sullivan.
1871 4 JAN M Osborn, Waterman m in Jackson, Pa., Dec 14, 1870 by M.K. Retan, Esq., Waterman Osborn and Miss Mercy Bryon, all of Jackson, Pa.
1870 23 MAR M Paddock, L.M. m at Nelson, 6th March, by Rev. S.A. Rawson, Mr. William H. Campton and Miss L.M. Paddock, all of Chatham.
1871 12 APR D Pagett, Malissa d in Delmar, March 19, 1871, Mrs. Malissa Pagett, aged 21 years.
1871 22 MAR D Phelps, Chalres Mansfield, Charles Phelps, for many years baggage master on the Tioga railroad, died at his residence in Mansfield, of apoplexy, on March 6th and was buried on the 8th. He leaves a wife and infant son.
1871 8 NOV M Phillips, Alice V. m in Noravia, NY Sept 27, by the Rev. A. Boughton, Mr. Calvin D. Shaffon of Moravia to Miss Alice V. Phillips, of Westfield.
1870 2 MAR M Primmer, Adeline m in Keeneyville Feb 6, 1870 by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Theodore Stewart to Miss Adeline Primmer, both of Farmington.
1870 14 SEP D Pritchard, Lyman Lyman Pritchard of Clymer died July 31st. He leaves a wife and 11 children.
1870 7 DEC D Putnam, Jerome Mr.Jerome Putnam, of Blossburg, was found dead in his bed on Saturday last, at the hotel of Bateman Monroe. He died of congestion of the lungs.
1870 10 AUG D Putnam, Thomas d in Covington, July 12, 1870, Mr, Thomas Putnam, aged 80 years.
1871 14 JUN D Rhinevault, Mrs. Mainsburg. The wife of Rev. S.G. Rhinevault died on the 1st June at Horsehead, NY, where she had gone some three weeks before to be treated by a physician of that place. Elder Rhinevault brought her remains here on the 2d of June.
1871 13 DEC M Rhinevault, S.G. m in Sullivan, Nov 30th 1871, by the Rev. Isaac Everitt, Rev. S.G. Rhinevault of Monroeton to Miss M.S. Orvis of Sullivan.
1871 15 MAR M Rolason, T.F. m in Tioga, Feb 1, by Rev. A.B. Chase, Mr. T.F. Rolason of Beemerville, New Jersey and Miss R. Louisa Inscho, of Tioga, Pa.
1870 19 JAN M Sakmann, Louise m in Germania, Jan. 1st, by John M Kilborn, Esq., Charles L. Steinmann of Wellsboro and Miss Louise Sakmann of Germania.
1871 15 FEB M Schanbacker, Mary m in Elk, Feb 2nd 1871, by L. Wetmore, Esq., at the house of the bride's father, Mr. John H. Hiibers to Miss Mary Schanbacker, both of Elk.
1870 12 OCT O Sears, George  Letter from Bacchus,,, George Sears. Front page.
1870 25 MAY O Sears, George W. George W. Sears has invented a machine which he thinks will cheapen and expedite the process of making rubber.
1870 2 MAR M Seeley, Stella A. m in Osceola, February 17th 1870 by Rev. John Cairns, Capt. Charles R. Taylor to Miss Stella A., daughter of Morgan Seeley, Esq., all of Osceola.
1871 8 NOV M Shaffon, Calvin D. m in Noravia, NY Sept 27, by the Rev. A. Boughton, Mr. Calvin D. Shaffon of Moravia to Miss Alice V. Phillips, of Westfield.
1871 10 MAY M Shattuck, Emma J. m at the residence of the bride's parents, in Blossburg, by rev. N.L. Reynolds, Prof. Chas. H. Verrill, principal of the Mansfield Normal School to Miss Emma J. Shattuck.
1871 30 AUG D Shattuck, Henry Killed, A dispatch was received at Blossburg, Monday morning, (Aug 28th) stating that Henry, son of L.H. Shattuck, was killed by a collision of trains near Boston, an that his body was on the way home.
1871 8 FEB M Sherman, Lemuel m in Shippen at the house of the bride's parents, by the Rev. A.C. Dodge, Jan 17, 1871, Mr. Lemuel Sherman to Miss Lovina Kennedy.
1871 6 DEC D Sherwood, Mrs Henry Mrs. Henry Sherwood of Corning died Nov 13th.
1871 23 AUG D Sherwood, Sarah The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Maria Sherwood, aged 53 years 8 months 4 days, wife of Hon. Henry Sherwood took place on Saturday last. Burial in Wellsboro cemetery.
1870 5 OCT D Slosson, Adaline d in Lawrenceville, Tioga co, Sept 16th 1870, Adaline, wife of Clark Slosson, aged 59 years, 5 months and 16 days. A resident here for 39 years. Member of the Episcopal church.
1871 25 JAN M Smith, Horace J. m at Mansfield, Jan 13th by Rev. G.P. Watous, Mr. Horace J. Smith of Richmond and Miss Sarah Makelay of Rutland.
1870 12 JAN M Spencer, Anthony m in Mansfield December 25, 1869, Anthany Spencer of Union to Miss Clara Andrus of Alba.
1870 19 JAN M Steinmann, Charles L. m in Germania, Jan. 1st, by John M Kilborn, Esq., Charles L. Steinmann of Wellsboro and Miss Louise Sakmann of Germania.
1870 2 MAR M Stewart, Theodore m in Keeneyville Feb 6, 1870 by G.D. Keeney, Esq., Mr. Theodore Stewart to Miss Adeline Primmer, both of Farmington.
1871 15 NOV M Stoddard, Flora m in Wellsboro, Nov 8, 1871, at the residence of the bride's fparents, by Rev. D.D. Buck, D.D., Mr. Daniel H. Naramore to Miss Flora Stoddard.
1870 2 MAR M Taylor, Charles R. m in Osceola, February 17th 1870 by Rev. John Cairns, Capt. Charles R. Taylor to Miss Stella A., daughter of Morgan Seeley, Esq., all of Osceola.
1870 27 JUL D Trim, young son Drowned in the river on Thursday last, July 21st, a little son of William Trim of Elkland, aged about 12 years.
1870 30 MAR D Updike, Chester Jackson news. Chester Updike, formerly a citizen of Jackson, died in Wells, Bradford co, March 11th.
1870 8 JUN O Valsing, Mrs. A. Dr. W.W. Webb, assisted by Dr. D. Bacon of Wellsboro made a post mortem examination of the body of Mrs. A> Valsing, in Delmar, who died in that town two weeks since, and took 63 gall stones from the gall bladder. The examination was at the request of the deceases when living. She died at the age of 66 years.
1870 5 JAN D VanDusen, Benjamin Mr. Benjamin VanDusen, Esq., formerly of Chatham died at his new home in Olean, NY on the 14th of December, of dropsy.
1870 14 DEC D VanGorder, Samuel Samuel VanGorder of Lawrenceville, died a few days ago. Known as "Uncle Sam".
1871 10 MAY M Verrill, Chas. H. m at the residence of the bride's parents, in Blossburg, by rev. N.L. Reynolds, Prof. Chas. H. Verrill, principal of the Mansfield Normal School to Miss Emma J. Shattuck.
1870 5 JAN M Walker, Ella L. m in Charleston December 27th 1869 by Rev. J.F. Calkins, Mr. Charles B. Kimball of Wellsboro to Miss Ella L. Walker of Charleston.
1870 28 SEP M Wass, Elinor m Sept 13th, by the Rev. W.P. Omans, Mr. Benjamin Morse to Miss Elinor Wass, both of Chatham.
1870 11 MAY D Wetherbee, Abigail The funeral of one of the erliest settlers of Tioga co., Mrs. Abigail Wetherbee, took place in the M. Episcopal church of Wellsboro, May 5th. She was 85 years of age, and at the time of her death, we believe, had been a resident of Delmar longer than any other person then living in that township. She experienced religion at the age of 18 years and was baptized by a minister who was one of only 16 regulary ordained Methodist ministers then in the United States. Whe had 10 children, 44 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren, making 70 in all, 54 of whom yet are living.
1871 8 MAR M Wetmore, Ellen A. m in Elk, Feb 20th 1871, by L. Wetmore, Esq., at the house of the bride's father, Mr. Andrew J. Hurd of Gaines to Miss Ellen A. Wetmore of Elk.
1871 18 OCT M Wilcox, Phebe C. m in Delmar, at the residence of the bride's parents, Oct 13, 1871 by Rev. G.W. Remington, Mr. E.H. Halsted to Miss Phebe C. Wilcox.
1871 15 MAR D Wilds, Henry Died, Henry Wilds of nelson, died at the County House March 6th, aged 86.
1870 5 OCT D Wilson, Betsey R. Mrs. Betsey R. Wilson, of Lawrenceville, died recently, aged 73. She was a sister to Mr McDougall.
1871 23 AUG D Wilson, Zeriah d in Wellsboro, Aug 11th, Mrs. Zeriah Wilson, aged 63 years.

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