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From Newspaper Records from Tioga County PA, Volume 4 -  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 Permission for reprinting on the Tri-County Web Sites given by Rhoda ENGLISH Ladd in 1997. This page retyped by Bruce Preston for Tri-Counties
Year Date Category Name Text
1874 19-Nov M Henry, Mr. George R. Married—At the house of the bride’s parents, by Rev. J. F. Calkins, on the 11th of November, 1874, Mr. George R. Henry, of Hope, N. Y. And Miss Ella H. Cooper, of Antrim, Pa.
1874 19-Nov M Cooper, Miss Ella H. Married—At the house of the bride’s parents, by Rev. J. F. Calkins, on the 11th of November, 1874, Mr. George R. Henry, of Hope, N. Y. And Miss Ella H. Cooper, of Antrim, Pa.
1874 26-Nov D Mann, Mr. Charles Died—Mr. Charles Mann, one of the oldest citizens of Mansfield, died last week, aged 76 years. He had been a resident of Mansfield for nearly quarter of a century.
1874 26-Nov M Squires, Mr. Charles F. Married—At the residence of the bride’s parents, Nov. 2nd, 1874, by Rev. Thos. Stacey, Mr. Charles F. Squires, of Pittston, Pa., and Miss Jessie Russell of Wellsboro, Pa.
1874 26-Nov M Russell, Miss Jessie Married—At the residence of the bride’s parents, Nov. 2nd, 1874, by Rev. Thos. Stacey, Mr. Charles F. Squires, of Pittston, Pa., and Miss Jessie Russell of Wellsboro, Pa.
1874 10-Dec A Gibson, Mr. John --Golden Wedding of Mr. And Mrs. John Gibson, State Street, Wellsboro, Pa., on December 2, 1874. (A long article which I had copied before and it is included in the data on the Gibson’s)
1874 10-Dec A Gibson, Mrs. John --Golden Wedding of Mr. And Mrs. John Gibson, State Street, Wellsboro, Pa., on December 2, 1874. (A long article which I had copied before and it is included in the data on the Gibson’s)
1874 17-Dec D Smith, Mrs. Charles Died—On Tuesday, Dec. 1st., the wife of Mr. Charles Smith, residing in Mainsburg, started from her home to go to the house of Mrs. Calvin Dewitt, a near neighbor, and shortly afterwards was found lying beside the road dead. Mrs. Smith was considerably advanced in years, and belonged to one of the first families in Mainsburg.
1874 17-Dec O Sexton, John L. Canoe Camp, Tioga County, Pa., origin of the name—Spelling School Panther Hunt, etc. By John L. Sexton, Jr.
1874 17-Dec M O’Conner, Mr. James J. Married—Dec. 13th, by Rev. Thomas Stacy, Mr. James J. O’Conner, of Stokesdale and Miss Charlotte Woodhouse, of Trout Run, Pa.
1874 17-Dec M Woodhouse, Miss Charlotte Married—Dec. 13th, by Rev. Thomas Stacy, Mr. James J. O’Conner, of Stokesdale and Miss Charlotte Woodhouse, of Trout Run, Pa.
1874 17-Dec M St. Johns, Mr. John S. Married—St. Johns, Benton, at the residence of R. Churchill, in Saratoga Springs, Dec. 2nd, 1874, by Rev. R. N. Howe, Mr. John S. St. Johns, of Millertown, Pa. And Mrs. Sarah A Benton, of Saratoga Springs, New York.
1874 17-Dec M Benton, Mrs. Sarah A. Married—St. Johns, Benton, at the residence of R. Churchill, in Saratoga Springs, Dec. 2nd, 1874, by Rev. R. N. Howe, Mr. John S. St. Johns, of Millertown, Pa. And Mrs. Sarah A Benton, of Saratoga Springs, New York.
1874 24-Dec D Mallony, John Died—John Mallony, one of the oldest business men of Corning, died in that village recently, aged seventy years.
1874 24-Dec D Holcomb, Mrs. Harvey Died—On Monday of last week. Mrs. Harvey Holcomb, of LeRoy, was so severely injured by the running away of a team, as to result in her death.
1874 24-Dec  D Milne, David Died—David Milne, who has for some years been in charge of the Corning Glass Works, died on Friday last, his funeral was largely attended on Sunday. His remains were taken to Hornellsville.
1874 24-Dec D Allen, Mrs. Anna Died—Mrs. Anna Allen, departed this life at the residence of her son-in-law, Hon. Henry Sherwood in this village, Dec. 14, 1874. Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Allen was born at Ballston, Saratoga County, New York, Feb. 20, 1793 and was 81 years of age at the time of her death.
1874 24-Dec M McDowell, F. M. Married—Dec. 17, 1874 at the residence of Hon. Henry Sherwood, in Corning, F. M. McDowell, of Wayne, N. Y., and Eva, oldest daughter of W. M. Sherwood of Woodhull, N. Y.
1874 24-Dec M Sherwood, Eva Married—Dec. 17, 1874 at the residence of Hon. Henry Sherwood, in Corning, F. M. McDowell, of Wayne, N. Y., and Eva, oldest daughter of W. M. Sherwood of Woodhull, N. Y.
1874 24-Dec D Whitney, Wall Died—On Friday last, a young man named Wall Whitney, in the employ of Samuel Croft, at Holidaytown Depot, while skidding logs, had his leg broken below the knee. Doctors Blakesly of Kenneyville, and Webb of this village, were called and adjusted the broken limb. Whitney was afterwards taken to his home some 4 or 5 miles distant and was in good spirits. In the evening he complained of considerable pain and the family administered 1 or 2 morphine powders during the early part of the night. About 11 O:Clock he fell into a deep sleep from which he never awoke to consciousness, but died on Saturday morning. He was to have been married tomorrow.
1874 31-Dec D Holcomb, Mrs. Berlin Died—The Towanda Reporter of last week says that Mrs. Berlin Holcomb and Mrs. Augustus Kelly, of Leroy were returning to their home in Towanda on Tuesday afternoon last, when the horse became frightened and unmanageable near West Franklin. The buggy was upset, instantly killing Mrs. Holcomb and quite seriously injuring Mrs. Kelly. Mrs. Holcomb leaves a husband and three children.
1874 31-Dec N Kelly, Mrs. Augustus Died—The Towanda Reporter of last week says that Mrs. Berlin Holcomb and Mrs. Augustus Kelly, of Leroy were returning to their home in Towanda on Tuesday afternoon last, when the horse became frightened and unmanageable near West Franklin. The buggy was upset, instantly killing Mrs. Holcomb and quite seriously injuring Mrs. Kelly. Mrs. Holcomb leaves a husband and three children.
1874 31-Dec M Ruggles, Mr. Frank Married—December 24th, 1874, by Rev. T. Stacey, Mr. Frank H. Ruggles and Miss Mary A. Smith, of Wellsboro.
1874 31-Dec M Smith, Miss Mary A. Married—December 24th, 1874, by Rev. T. Stacey, Mr. Frank H. Ruggles and Miss Mary A. Smith, of Wellsboro.
1874 31-Dec D Horton, Anna Died—December 24, 1874, in Delmar, Anna Horton, widow of Thomas Horton, in the 88th year of her age.

Published On Tri-Counties Site On 11/12/2001
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