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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. 

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 

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YEAR DATE CATEGORY NAME TEXT
1859 05-Jan N Griffin, Mrs Josiah Dreadful Casualty—On Monday the 27th ult., the house of Mr. Josiah Griffin, in Charleston, was consumed by fire.
1859 12-Jan     None
1859 19-Jan M Riebsom, Mr. Joseph Married—on the 9th inst., at the Parsonage of the Presbyterian Church in Wellsboro, Mr. Joseph Riebsom, of Northumberland, and Miss Jennett P. Grinnell, of Shippen.
1859 19-Jan M Grinnell, Miss Jennett P. Married—on the 9th inst., at the Parsonage of the Presbyterian Church in Wellsboro, Mr. Joseph Riebsom, of Northumberland, and Miss Jennett P. Grinnell, of Shippen.
1859 19-Jan M Jones, Mr. Lewis D. Married—On the 25th of December, by the Rev. G. G. Baldwin, of Troy, N. Y., Mr. Lewis D. Jones, of Andeas, Del. Co., N. Y., and Miss Jane E. Kirkpatrick, of Wellsboro, Pa.
1859 19-Jan M Kirkpatrick, Miss Jane E. Married—On the 25th of December, by the Rev. G. G. Baldwin, of Troy, N. Y., Mr. Lewis D. Jones, of Andeas, Del. Co., N. Y., and Miss Jane E. Kirkpatrick, of Wellsboro, Pa.
1859 26-Jan     None
1859 02-Feb D Grierson, Mr. Charles Died—In Buffalo, on Sunday Jan. 30th, Mr. Charles Grierson, of this Boro, aged 52 yrs.
1859 09-Feb D Nichols, L. Willis Died—In Wellsboro, Saturday evening, Feb. 5th, 1859, L. Willis Nichols, youngest son of Judge Nichols, aged 7 years.
1859 16-Feb F White, Mr. John E. Esq. Destructive Fire—In the Boro of Knoxville last Sunday morning at the residence of John E. White, Esq.,----Knoxville has been settled for 50 years., and the dwelling of Mr. White is the first and only building that has ever been destroyed by fire.
1859 23-Feb M Colvin, Mr. Christopher Married—In Chatham on the 15th Inst., by Albert Clark, Esq., Mr. Christopher Colvin to Miss Lucretia Mattison
1859 23-Feb M Mattison, Miss Lucretia Married—In Chatham on the 15th Inst., by Albert Clark, Esq., Mr. Christopher Colvin to Miss Lucretia Mattison
1859 23-Feb M Howber, Mr. John F. Married—In Chatham on the 13th Inst., by Alvert Clark, Esq., Mr. John F. Howber to Miss Emily Carpenter.
1859 23-Feb M Carpenter, Miss Emily Married—In Chatham on the 13th Inst., by Alvert Clark, Esq., Mr. John F. Howber to Miss Emily Carpenter.
1859 02-Mar     None
1859 09-Mar M Cobb, M. A. Esq. Married—On Thursday morning, March 3d, at the residence of Samuel Dickinson, Esq., by Rev. A. A. Marple, M. A. Cobb, Esq., late editor of the Agitator, and Miss Betsy E. Bixby.
1859 09-Mar M Bixby, Miss Betsy D. Married—On Thursday morning, March 3d, at the residence of Samuel Dickinson, Esq., by Rev. A. A. Marple, M. A. Cobb, Esq., late editor of the Agitator, and Miss Betsy E. Bixby.
1859 16-Mar     None
1859 23-Mar D Evans, John L. Died—At Blossburg, on the 21st inst., of apoplexy, John L. Evans.
1859 30-Mar D Cleveland, John Died—In this village, on the 24st inst., of inflamation of the lungs, John Cleveland, aged 34 years.
1859 06-Apr     None
1859 13-Apr     None
1859 20-Apr M Davis, Mr. John Married—In Westfield, on the 14th inst., at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. J. J. Turton, Mr. John Davis, to Miss Permelia B. Larrison, eldest daughter of Wm. Larrison, Esq., all of Clymer.
1859 20-Apr M Larrison, Miss Permelia B. Married—In Westfield, on the 14th inst., at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. J. J. Turton, Mr. John Davis, to Miss Permelia B. Larrison, eldest daughter of Wm. Larrison, Esq., all of Clymer.
1859 20-Apr D Sherwood, Daniel Died—In Richmond on the 7th inst., Daniel Sherwood, in the 85th year of his age.
1859 20-Apr D Stevens, Smith Died—Our Brother is dead. Died in Lawrenceville. April 13th, Smith Stevens, of Bronchitis, terminating in quick consumption, aged 48 years. The subject of the above notice was a native of Orange Co. N. Y. In early life he settled in this village. Lawrenceville, April 17, 1859.
1859 27-Apr     None
1859 04-May M Swan, Charles F. Married—In Mansfield, Tioga Co., Pa., April 27th by the Rev. B. Sistar Morris, Charles F. Swan, to Kate, only daughter of Joseph P. Morris.
1859 04-May M Morris, Kate Married—In Mansfield, Tioga Co., Pa., April 27th by the Rev. B. Sistar Morris, Charles F. Swan, to Kate, only daughter of Joseph P. Morris.
1859 04-May D Cruttenden, Clara Eveline Died In East Charleston, March 16, 1859, Clara Eveline, only child of John and Sarah E. Cruttenden, aged 2 years, 6 months, and 16 days.
1859 11-May M Simmons, Hiram E. Married—At the Hotel of B. B. Holiday, in Wellsboro, the 4th. Inst., by A. J. Sofield, Esq., Hiram E. Simmons, to Rachel Warnier.
1859 11-May M Warnier, Rachel Married—At the Hotel of B. B. Holiday, in Wellsboro, the 4th. Inst., by A. J. Sofield, Esq., Hiram E. Simmons, to Rachel Warnier.
1859 18-May     None
1859 25-May     None
1859 01-Jun     None
1859 08-Jun     None
1859 15-Jun M Steers, Mr. Edward P. Married—In Tioga, June 1st, by the Rev. A. A. Marple, of Wellsboro, Mr. Edward P. Steers, to Miss Anna Mersereau, daughter of James G. Mersereau, Esq.
1859 15-Jun M Merseriau, Miiss Anna Married—In Tioga, June 1st, by the Rev. A. A. Marple, of Wellsboro, Mr. Edward P. Steers, to Miss Anna Mersereau, daughter of James G. Mersereau, Esq.
1859 22-Jun M Brooks, Marcus H. Married—In Nelson, on the 16th inst., by Rev. J. Powell, Marcus H. Brooks, Esq., to Miss Annie Richardson, both of this County.
1859 22-Jun M Richardson, Miss Annie Married—In Nelson, on the 16th inst., by Rev. J. Powell, Marcus H. Brooks, Esq., to Miss Annie Richardson, both of this County.
1859 22-Jun M Harding, Mr. Darwin Married—In Nelson, on the 15th inst., By Rev. J. Powell, Mr. Darwin Harding, of Columbia, Bradford Co., to Mrs. Prudence Buckbee, of Farmington, this county.
1859 22-Jun M Buckbee, Mrs. Prudence Married—In Nelson, on the 15th inst., By Rev. J. Powell, Mr. Darwin Harding, of Columbia, Bradford Co., to Mrs. Prudence Buckbee, of Farmington, this county.
1859 29-Jun     None
1859 13-Jul M Crittenton, Mr. Charles N. Married—In Lawrenceville, June 28th, by the Rev. A. A. Marple, of Wellsboro, Mr. Charles N. Crittenton, of New York, to Miss Josephine Slosson, daughter of Mr. Clark Slosson.
1859 13-Jul M Slosson, Miss Josephine Married—In Lawrenceville, June 28th, by the Rev. A. A. Marple, of Wellsboro, Mr. Charles N. Crittenton, of New York, to Miss Josephine Slosson, daughter of Mr. Clark Slosson.
1859 13-Jul M Short, Mr. John Married—In Deerfield, June 8th, at the Hotel of A. Purple, by John Knox, Esq., Mr. John Short, of Chatham, to Mrs. Kiser of Farmington.
1859 13-Jul M Kiser, Mrs Married—In Deerfield, June 8th, at the Hotel of A. Purple, by John Knox, Esq., Mr. John Short, of Chatham, to Mrs. Kiser of Farmington.
1859 20-Jul D Kimball, Lucetta B. Deid—In this village, on the 18th inst., Lucetta B., Wife of Henry Kimball, aged 28 years, 10 months.
1859 27-Jul M Cody, Mr. J. B. Married—At the house of Wm. Van Gorder in Nelson, by M. H. Brooks, Esq., Mr. J. B. Cody, to Miss Alice Shakspeare, both of Elkland, Pa.
1859 27-Jul M Shakspeare, Miss Alice Married—At the house of Wm. Van Gorder in Nelson, by M. H. Brooks, Esq., Mr. J. B. Cody, to Miss Alice Shakspeare, both of Elkland, Pa.
1859 03-Aug M DeWitt, M. Force Married—On the 2nd inst., by Rev. Mr. Jerolomon, Mr. M. Force DeWitt of Rutland to Miss Ellen Bodine of Delmar.
1859 03-Aug M Bodine, Miss Ellen Married—On the 2nd inst., by Rev. Mr. Jerolomon, Mr. M. Force DeWitt of Rutland to Miss Ellen Bodine of Delmar.
1859 03-Aug M Root, Mr. Joseph Married—On the 28th ult., by A. J. Sofield, Esq., Mr. Joseph Root of Wellsboro, to Miss Harriet Hurd, of Delmar.
1859 03-Aug M Hurd, Miss Harriet Married—On the 28th ult., by A. J. Sofield, Esq., Mr. Joseph Root of Wellsboro, to Miss Harriet Hurd, of Delmar.
1859 03-Aug D Ryan, Mr. John Died at Lawrenceville on the 22nd ult., Mr. John Ryan, aged 72 years, 6 months, and 27 days.
1859 10-Aug M Brimmer, Mr. John Married—In Osceola, July 10th, by I. P. Hoyt, Esq., Mr. John Brimmer of Boston, and Mrs. Minerva Helms of Osceola.
1859 10-Aug M Helms, Mrs. Minerva Married—In Osceola, July 10th, by I. P. Hoyt, Esq., Mr. John Brimmer of Boston, and Mrs. Minerva Helms of Osceola.
1859 10-Aug O Ryan, Hon. John 1 Obituary----Hon. John Ryan, the subject of this notice, was born in the village of Wyoming, near Wilksbarre, Pa., on the 1st day of January, 1787, and died at his residence at Lawrenceville, Tioga Co. Pa., on the 22nd day of July, 1859. The father of the deceased was a resident of Wyoming prior to the American Revolution, and during the War was a soldier in the Army of Washington. He also served in the Campaign of General Sullivan against the Indians on the Chemung and Genesee. He was born in Connecticut, where his paternal ancestor, who was an Irishman, had settled in an early period on Colonial times. Soon after the close of the Revolutionary War, he removed from Wyoming to Southport, on the Chemung. Judge Ryan was one of the early settlers of Tioga Co. in the year 1810, soon after his marriage, he located on the Cowanesque River. His location embraced what is now called Elkland Village, but was formerly know as Ryanville. At that time the territory now included within the County of Tioga, was a w
1859 10-Aug O Ryan, Hon. John 2 It is higher praise to say of Judge Ryan, that this and all his subsequent acquisitions were the results of his own exertions and energies that he had not the aid of fortune or rich friends to commence with. The deceased was well known as a public man and politician—having held at various times, and by appointment and election, positions which brought him prominently before the people----throughout the State of Pennsylvania. At the October election in 1820, he was elected a member of the House of Representatives of this State, and was continued a member during 6 successive terms. He was afterward elected a member of the State Senate and served one term. In the spring of 1829, he was appointed Superintendent of the West Branch Division of the Pa. Canal, and served in this capacity 3 years. On the 29th of Jan., 1833, he was appointed by Gov. Wolf, and associate Judge of Tioga Co., he held this appointment until the 27th of Feb., 1842-----when it was annulled by the limitation contained in the schedule to 
1859 17-Aug     None
1859 24-Aug M Kniffin, Mr. Edwin Married---In Charleston, on the 17th inst., by Rev. James H. Ross, Mr. Edwin Kniffen of Sullivan, to Miss Helen Benjamin, of Mansfield.
1859 24-Aug M Benjamin, Miss Helen Married---In Charleston, on the 17th inst., by Rev. James H. Ross, Mr. Edwin Kniffen of Sullivan, to Miss Helen Benjamin, of Mansfield.
1859 24-Aug D Ford, Hon. Jas. Died at Lawrneceville, on the 18th inst., Hon. Jas. Ford, aged 76 years and 3 months. Mr. Ford was born in Bonham, N. J., in 1783. In 1803 he became a resident of Lindsley, N. Y. In 1806 he was married to Maria, eldest daughter of Judge Eleaser Lindsley, and in 1817 removed to Lawrencville. It thus appears that Mr. Ford has been a resident of this vicinity for more than half a century, and of Lawrenceville for 42 years. Here, when the country was new, and when about 21 years old, without means, he began his long and successful career as a business man, and to a good old age shared largely the confidence and esteem of a wide circle of friends. Twice he was called to serve this County, (Tioga) in the State Legislature, and subsequently during 2 terms, from 1828 to 1832, he represented this district in Congress. His was a heart of kindly affection, and now that he has gone, a large circle of children and children’s children, with a widowed wife, mourn as for one whose presence among them shed a mellow ligh
1859 31-Aug     None
1859 07-Sep     None
1859 14-Sep M Snover, Mr. Guy Married---On the 4th inst., by S. K. Spencer, Esq., at the residence of A. M. Spencer Mr. Guy Snover, and Miss Fanny Davenport, all of Richmond, Tioga Co., Pa.
1859 14-Sep M Davenport, Miss Fanny Married---On the 4th inst., by S. K. Spencer, Esq., at the residence of A. M. Spencer Mr. Guy Snover, and Miss Fanny Davenport, all of Richmond, Tioga Co., Pa.
1859 21-Sep M Elliott, Mr. W. W. Married—In Binghamton, on Wednesday, Sept., 7th, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. G. S. Boardman, Mr. W. W. Elliott and Miss Minnie H., daughter of S. B. Fairchild, Esq.
1859 21-Sep M Fairchild, Minnie H. Married—In Binghamton, on Wednesday, Sept., 7th, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. G. S. Boardman, Mr. W. W. Elliott and Miss Minnie H., daughter of S. B. Fairchild, Esq.
1859 28-Sep M Young, Hugh, Esq Married—Hugh Young, Esq., of the Agitator, was married on the 21st inst., to a Miss Butterworth, of Coudersport.
1859 28-Sep M Butterworth, Miss Married—Hugh Young, Esq., of the Agitator, was married on the 21st inst., to a Miss Butterworth, of Coudersport.
1859 28-Sep D Tremaine, Silas A. Died—On the 23d inst., Silas A. Tremaine, aged 46 years.
1859 05-Oct M Chase, Thos. S. Esq. Married—In Coudersport- on Wednesday morning, Sept. 28th., by Rev. M. H. Rice, Thos. S. Chase, Esq., editor of the Potter Journal, to Miss Ida Butterworth, (Eldest dau. Of the late W. C. Butterworth, Esq.) all of Coudersport.
1859 05-Oct M Butterworth, Miss Ida Married—In Coudersport- on Wednesday morning, Sept. 28th., by Rev. M. H. Rice, Thos. S. Chase, Esq., editor of the Potter Journal, to Miss Ida Butterworth, (Eldest dau. Of the late W. C. Butterworth, Esq.) all of Coudersport.
1859 05-Oct D Johnson, Jacob Died—In Charleston, on the 2nd inst., Jacob Johnson, age 36 years.
1859 12-Oct M Miller, Mr. Deloss V. Married—In Delmar, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. L. Stone, Mr. Deloss V. Miller to Miss Frances Campbell
1859 12-Oct M Campbell, Miss Frences Married—In Delmar, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. L. Stone, Mr. Deloss V. Miller to Miss Frances Campbell
1859 12-Oct M Andrews, Mr. Martin V. B. Married in Charleston, on the 6th inst., by the same, Mr. Martin V. B. Andrews of Asbury, Columbia County., to Miss Angia M. Dartt, of Charleston.
1859 12-Oct M Dartt, Miss Angia M. Married in Charleston, on the 6th inst., by the same, Mr. Martin V. B. Andrews of Asbury, Columbia County., to Miss Angia M. Dartt, of Charleston.
1859 12-Oct D Sherman, Mr. Allen E. Died—In Rutland, after an illness of 4 years, Mr. Allen E. Sherman, in the 28th year of his age. A father and mother and mother, and 2 sisters mourn his loss.
1859 12-Oct D Tremaine, Mr. S. A. Died—In Delmar, on the 4th ult., Mr. S. A. Tremaine, in the 43d year of his age. The early part of his life was spent in Chenango Co., N. Y., where in 1842, he was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Haynes, who in the following year, together---were baptized into the fellowship of the East Greene Baptist Church. Thus suddenly a wife and 7 children were bereaved.
1859 19-Oct     None
1859 26-Oct M Westbrook, Jacob H. Married—In Tioga, by Rev. S. J. McCullough, on the 12th inst., Jacob H. Westbrook, and Mary A. Dutton
1859 26-Oct M Dutton, Mary A. Married—In Tioga, by Rev. S. J. McCullough, on the 12th inst., Jacob H. Westbrook, and Mary A. Dutton
1859 26-Oct M Rexford, Mr. Charles Married—In Gaines, Oct. 20th, by B. V. Ogden, Esq., Mr. Charles Rexford to Miss Alwilda Vermilyea.
1859 26-Oct M Vermilyea, Miss Alwilda Married—In Gaines, Oct. 20th, by B. V. Ogden, Esq., Mr. Charles Rexford to Miss Alwilda Vermilyea.
1859 26-Oct M Culver, Mr. Frederick Married in Elkland, on the 13th inst., by John Parkhurst, Esq., Mr. Frederick Culver, of Elkland Boro, to Miss Marietta L. Gee, of Westfield.
1859 26-Oct M Gee, Miss Marietta L. Married in Elkland, on the 13th inst., by John Parkhurst, Esq., Mr. Frederick Culver, of Elkland Boro, to Miss Marietta L. Gee, of Westfield.
1859 02-Nov M Graves, Mr. Ira Married—At Taylor’s Hotel, in this Boro, on Tuesday, November 1st., by Rev. J. F. Calkins, Mr. Ira Graves, and Miss Isabella Abernethy.
1859 02-Nov M Abernethy, Miss Isabella Married—At Taylor’s Hotel, in this Boro, on Tuesday, November 1st., by Rev. J. F. Calkins, Mr. Ira Graves, and Miss Isabella Abernethy.
1859 02-Nov M Swan, Mr. M. C. Married—In Covington Boro, on Thursday, Oct. 27th., by Rev. J. R. Morris, Mr. M. C. Swan, of Orange Co., N. Y. To Miss Julia S., daughter of L. B. Smith, Esq.
1859 02-Nov M Smith, Miss Julia S. Married—In Covington Boro, on Thursday, Oct. 27th., by Rev. J. R. Morris, Mr. M. C. Swan, of Orange Co., N. Y. To Miss Julia S., daughter of L. B. Smith, Esq.
1859 02-Nov D Worden, Mrs. Maria Died—In Middlebury, on the 13 ult., Mrs. Maria Worden, wife of Thomas Worden, in the 58th year of her age.
1859 02-Nov D Bailey, Ida Died—In Mansfield, on the 29th ult., Ida daughter of John W. And Margaret Bailey, aged 9 years.
1859 09-Nov M Gillett, Mr. Leonard Married—In Charleston on the 7th inst., by N. A. Elliott, Esq., Mr. Leonard Gillett of Covington, to Miss Sarah Duryea of Charleston.
1859 09-Nov M Duryea, Miss Sarah Married—In Charleston on the 7th inst., by N. A. Elliott, Esq., Mr. Leonard Gillett of Covington, to Miss Sarah Duryea of Charleston.
1859 09-Nov M English, Mr. Stephen Married—In Wellsboro, on the 8th inst., by Rev. A. A. Marple, Mr. Stephen English, of Waterville, Lycoming Co. to Miss Sarah E. Stowell, of Delmar.
1859 09-Nov M Stowell, Miss Sarah E. Married—In Wellsboro, on the 8th inst., by Rev. A. A. Marple, Mr. Stephen English, of Waterville, Lycoming Co. to Miss Sarah E. Stowell, of Delmar.
1859 16-Nov M Harrower, Col. G. T. Married—At Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., Pa., Nov. 5th by Rev. Mr. Barnes, Col. G. T. Harrower, of Lindley, N. Y., to Miss Helen Parkhurst, of Lawrenceville.
1859 16-Nov M Parkhurst, Miss Helen Married—At Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., Pa., Nov. 5th by Rev. Mr. Barnes, Col. G. T. Harrower, of Lindley, N. Y., to Miss Helen Parkhurst, of Lawrenceville.
1859 23-Nov M Rand, Rev. Francis Married—At the Presbyterian Church in Farmington, by Rev. S. J. McCullough, on Tues. 15th inst., Rev. Francis Rand and Miss Rachel Robb.
1859 23-Nov M Robb, Miss Rachel Married—At the Presbyterian Church in Farmington, by Rev. S. J. McCullough, on Tues. 15th inst., Rev. Francis Rand and Miss Rachel Robb.
1859 30-Nov M Roberts, Mr. D. P. Married—In Covington, Nov. 20th, by Rev. Mr. Hammond, Mr. D. P. Roberts, of Wellsboro to Miss Emily Marvin, of Covington.
1859 30-Nov M Marvin, Miss Emily Married—In Covington, Nov. 20th, by Rev. Mr. Hammond, Mr. D. P. Roberts, of Wellsboro to Miss Emily Marvin, of Covington.
1859 07-Dec M Clark, Mr. Albert Married—In Wellsboro, Dec. 3d, at Thompson’s Hotel, by Rev. J. Joralemon, Mr. Albert Clark to Miss E. J. Bailey, both of Mansfield, Pa.
1859 07-Dec M Bailey, Mess E. J. Married—In Wellsboro, Dec. 3d, at Thompson’s Hotel, by Rev. J. Joralemon, Mr. Albert Clark to Miss E. J. Bailey, both of Mansfield, Pa.
1859 07-Dec M Sutton, Mr. Marvin O. Married—On Sunday the 4th of December, at Thompson’s Crystal Fountain Hotel, by Rev. J. Joralemon, Mr. Marvin O. Sutton of Chatham, to Miss Susan M. Smith of Charleston.
1859 07-Dec M Smith, Miss Susan M. Married—On Sunday the 4th of December, at Thompson’s Crystal Fountain Hotel, by Rev. J. Joralemon, Mr. Marvin O. Sutton of Chatham, to Miss Susan M. Smith of Charleston.
1859 14-Dec M Sanders, Mr. C. B. Married—in Wellsboro, Dec 11th, 1859 at Thompson’s Hotel, by Rev. J. Joralemon, Mr. C. B. Sanders to Miss Angelica Miller, both of Richmond.
1859 14-Dec M Miller, Miss Angelica Married—in Wellsboro, Dec 11th, 1859 at Thompson’s Hotel, by Rev. J. Joralemon, Mr. C. B. Sanders to Miss Angelica Miller, both of Richmond.
1859 21-Dec     None

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