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New York Daily Tribune
New York Daily Tribune
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Description: Various local and national marriages and deaths published during part of October 1842.

Date: October Various 1842

Newspaper published in: New York, NY


1 October 1842

MARRIED:

On Thursday evening, Sept. 29th, by the Rev. J.L. WODGE, Benjamin R. BOONE to Miss Emma Louisa MURRAY all of Brooklyn, N.Y.

At St. Thomas's Church, on Wednesday evening 28th, inst., by the Rev. Isaac PARDEE, James D. FARRINGTON, Esq. To Miss Maria MITCHELL, all of this city.

On the 22d inst. at the residence of George CRAM, Esq. Nippenow, [sic] Lycoming county, Pa., by the Rev. John B. CLEMSEN, Wm B. FOSTER, Esq., State Engineer, to Elizabeth Burnett, daughter of Col Abijah SMITH, of Brooklyn, N.Y.

On the 29th inst, John GRANGER, M.D., to Jane daughter of the late Major Wm. SHUTE, all of this city.

On the 29th inst, at Howard's Hotel, Mr. Reuben C. HICKS to Miss Ann KIRBY of West Port, Mass.

At Louisville, Ky. Mr. John B. WAY Virginia Josephine BEEBE, of New Orleans.

At Brooklyn, Rev. James J. WOOLSEY, of Norwalk, Conn., to Susan P. SAUNDERS.

At Vergennes, Vt. Mr. Wm. BUCK to Miss Elizabeth LA CLAIR.

At Canandaigua, on the 22d inst. Philip RUCKELL, Esq., of Geneva, to Caroline M. BLOSSOM, of Canandaigua.

At West Davenport, on the 15th inst, H. Alexander HAMILTON, M.D., of Oneonta, to Miss Rebecca COWLEY.

At Ithaca, on the 14th inst, Charles P. DIBBLE, of Michigan, to Hetty JOHNSON.

At Litchfield, Conn. Dr. David DEFOREST, of Plymouth, to Jane F. LANDON, of Litchfield.

At Waterbury, Ct. Col. James BOUTON, of Waterbury, to Miss Sally BRADLEY, of Middlebury.

DIED:

On Thursday morning, 29th inst, Maria FOWLER, relict of the late Major Theodosius FOWLER, aged 82 years.
The relations and friends of the family are invited to attend her funeral this morning at 10 o'clock, from the residence of her son-in-law, James A. STEVENS, 88 Franklin-st. - Her remains will be taken to East Chester for interment.

In Bath, Steuben county, Dr. Ten Eyck GANSVOORT, youngest son of the late Conrad GANSEVOORT of Albany, aged 40 years.

On Friday, 30th inst, Mrs. C. LOVETT, relict of the late William LOVETT, in the 85th year of her age.
The friends of her son-in-law James BOYD, and of James LOVETT, and of Robert C. CORNELL, are invited to attend her funeral without farther invitations, this afternoon, at 4 o'clock.

At White Plains, Westchester, co, Sept. 22d, Joseph HATFIELD, in the 79th year of his age.

At Philadelphia, J.J. GUMPPER, Sen. of Fancaster [sic] co. in the 47th year of his age.

At St. Johns, Porto Rico, on the 4th inst, Mrs. James L. FLEMING, daughter of John MARTIN, of Philadelphia, in the 22d year of her age.

At Henniker, N.H. MEHITABLE Plummer, 8 1/2.


3 October 1842

MARRIED: At Carlisle, Schoharie county, on the 29th inst, Mr. Edwin T. HUNTINGTON to Miss Sarah WADSWORTH.

At Philadelphia, on the 29th ult. Mr. William BLANKMAN, of New York, to Miss Caroline MCNEAL, of this city.

On the evening of the 29th ult. Joseph BEALE, M.D., of the U.S. Navy, to Susan, youngest daughter of Robert A. PARRISH, Esq. of Philadelphia.

At Poughkeepsie, on the 22d ult. De Lynton WING, of Albany, to Miss Rachel L. eldest daughter of John WING, Esq. of Clinton, Dutchess co.

At Troy, on the 29th ult. Nathaniel LEE to Margaret D. KELLY.

At Schaghticoke, on the 29th ult. Platt EYCLESHIMER to Caroline WETSEL.

At Boston, on the 29th ult. Mr. George WISE to Miss Lovera ANDERSON.

At Boston, on the 29th ult. Mr. Andrew T. MULER, of Savannah, to Miss Harrietta T. KELLERAM, of Portland.

At Andover, 29th ult, Rev Austin PHELPS of Boston, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Prof. STUART, of Andover.

At Bath, N.H., Mr. Ira GOODALL, Jr, to Miss Mary, daughter of Hon. John FRENCH, of Bath.

At Portland, Samuel Reeves BROOKS, Esq. of New York, to Mrs. Frances B. OLNY, daughter of Hon. Asa CLAPP.

At Burlington, Vt. Mr. W.S. TAYLER, of the American Hotel, to Miss Martha R. WILKINS.

At Philadelphia, Henry LYONS, of Columbia, S.S. [sic], to Elizabeth WOLFF, of Mobile.

At Taunton, Mass. Capt. Daniel B. PRESBERY, to Sarah J. HOWARD.

DIED:

On Saturday mornin, [sic] 1st int. after a lingering illness, Charlotte PHILIPS, wife of Andrew BACHE, in the 61st year of her age.

On the 30th ult. Thomas COGAN, aged 41.

On the 30th ult. John A. ARNOLD, aged 27 years.

On the 30th ult. Susan, daughter of David C. COWPLAND, aged 5 years.

At Troy, on the 29th ult. Mrs. Charlotte W. HOWE, wife of James H. HOWE, and daughter of the late Rev. Chester WRIGHT, of Montpelier, Vt., aged 28.

At New Orleans, on the 18th September, of yellow fever, Miss Mary SWEENEY, aged 23.

At New Orleans, on the 19th September, E.W. BAKER, printer, a native of New York.

At Philadelphia, on the 29th ult. Mr. Wm. JAMES.

At Philadelphia, on the 30th ult. Henry SCHALLER, in the 46th year of his age.

On the 30th ult. Mr. Benjamin R. MORGAN, in the 40th year of his age.

At his residence, near Mount Holly, on the 28th ult. Benjamin LIPPINCOTT, late merchant of Philadelphia, aged about 60 years.

At Billerica, Mass. Mr. James BENNETT, a soldier of the Revolution, in the 85th year of his age.

At Philadelphia, Mrs. Eliza DUBOIS, aged 82.

At Boston, Mr. Cephas CARTER, 32.

At St. Clair, Mrs. Julia, wife of T.P. TUCKER, Esq. late member of the Michigan Legislature, aged 25.

At Capt. HAYTIEN, St. Domingo, on the 2d Sept. William F. FEARON, late of Philadelphia.


4 October 1842

MARRIED:

On Sunday evening, 2d inst, by the Rev. Aaron PERKINS, Mr. Benjamin SKELLENGER to Miss Louisa CHAMPLIN - both of this city.

On the 2d inst. by the Rev. M. STILWELL, Mr. Joseph FLANDERS to Miss Mary CAMMET - all of this city.

At Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. Orlando T. ALDEN, of Louisville, Ky. To Mill [sic] Sarah E. TAPTIN, formerly of Buffalo.

At Hartford, Mr. O. EUSTIS, of Mobile, to Miss Amelia S. BROWN.

At Northampton, Mr. Henry CHILDS, of Pittsfield, to Miss Mary B. GRAVES.

At Canton, Ohio, John L. SWEENEY to Henrietta KALEY.

At Brooklyn, on the 3d inst, John C. NEWKIRK, Esq. of this city, to Miss Maria O'NEIL of Brooklyn.

On Wednesday evening, the 28th ult. By the Rev. A. REID, Mr. Alexander S. HARRISON to Miss Marion E. BISSELL, all of South Salisbury, Litchfield county, Conn.

DIED:

Suddenly, on Sunday evening, 2d inst, Charles DOANE, in the 57th year of his age.
His friends and acquaintances are invited to attend his funeral, this day at 2 o'clock, from No. 74 Third avenue.

On the 3d inst. Benjamin N. ABEL, in the 21st year of his age.
The friends and acquaintances of the family, and particularly the members of Meridian Lodge No. 42, I.O. of O.F., are respectfully requested to attend his funeral, this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, P.M, from the residence of his father, No. 32 Clarkson street.

On the 2d inst., after a severe and lingering illness, Luke DAVIS, aged 55 years

On the 2d instant, in the 16th year of his age, John MURRAY.

At Harlem, on the 2d inst, in the 25th year of her age. Ellen MURPHY.

At Bridgeport, Conn. on 2d inst of consumption, Mortimer C. WHITTEMORE, of the firm of Whittemore & Taff, New York.

At Attica, Ia., Sept 2?1, Col. M.S. WINES.

At his residence, Monroe Township , near Cranberry, NJ. Benjamin VANDERBORG, late of this city, in the 47th year of his age.

At Cleveland, on the 25th ult. George L. CAMPBELL, of Chicago, Ill., aged 28.

At New Orleans, on the 18th ult. Charles A. GRIFFIN, of Middletown, Conn.

In Mifflin county, Pa. Wm P. MACLAY, formerly a member of Congress.

At Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Almira REYNOLDS, 50.

At Montgomey Mass. Joel BRADLEY, AGED 75. formerly of Harwinton, Ct.

At Batavia, Col. Wm. Davis, 51.


5 October 1842

MARRIED:

On Tuesday morning, 4th inst., by the Rev. J.H. PRICE, Mr. Charles AVERY, of Cincinnati, to Miss Mary ORMOND, of this city.

On the 3d inst., by the Rev. Dr. Potts, Richard FISHER, Jr. to Miss Margaret WITHERSPOON, eldest daughter of James WITHERSPOON - all of this city.

At West Troy, Rev. Jacob A. LANSING of Watervliet, to Miss Maria LANSING, of West Troy.

At Hartford, Conn. John P. PUTNAM, Esq. of Boston, to Miss Harriet, daughter of Hon. Thomas DAY.

At Cincinnati, Mr. John DARLING to Cynthia A. GILLETT.

At Philadelphia, on 26th Aug. William HUMPHREY to Louisa DICKINSON.

At Boston, 25th ult, Mr. William JENKINS to Mrs. Helen Maria PARMELEE.

At Providence, Mr. J.C. KNIGHT to Miss Catharine Antoinette TAFT.

DIED:

On Monday evening, 3d inst., George Washington, youngest son of William WINTERTON, aged 2 years and 11 months.
The relatives and friends of the family, are invited to attend his funeral this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from the residence of his father, No. 2 Carlise [sic] street, without farther notice.

On Tuesday afternoon, 4th inst. at 4 o'clock, of typhus fever, Darins OLMSTED, aged 19 years 2 months and 13 days son of Peter OLMSTED.
The friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from 509 Washington street, without farther invitation.

On Monday, 3d inst. Mr. S.F. ROULSTONE, aged 34 years, son of Col. Michael ROULSTONE, of Boston, Mass.

On the 3d inst. in the 49th year of his age, Thos HUTCHENSON.

At Brooklyn, on the 4th inst Col. Robert ARNOLD, formerly of Perth Amboy, N.J.

At Colchester, Ct., on the 14th ult. John Thatcher OTIS, a soldier of the Revolution, aged 84.

At Boston, Mrs. Sarah HOLBROOK, 70.

At Cambridge, Mass. Mrs. Frances WENTWORTH, widow of the late Hon. Asahel STEARNS, 70.


6 October 1842

MARRIED:

On the ?th ult. in the Episcopal Church, Rue d'Eguessau, by the Right Rev. Bishop LUSCOMB, in presence of his Excellency General CASS, and before the consul of the U. States, Hon. Silas M. STILLWELL to Miss Louisa Caroline NORSWORTHY, both of New York. [Galignani's Messenger]

At Peekskill, on the 4th inst. J.H. FERRIS to Sarah A. NELSON.

At Hyde Park, on the 3d inst. Mr. Matthew WILKS to Miss Eliza LANGDON.

At Orange, on the 4th inst. Charles S. OSBORN to Sarah DODD.

At Providence, 3d inst. Mr. Abram BLISS to Miss Mary Ann CORNELL.

At Stonington, Conn. Mr. William ROBINSON to Miss Abby SCOTT, both of Providence.

At Philadelphia, on 3d inst. Mr. G.W. KINZER, of Lancaster county, Pa., to Miss Rebecca SHELL, of Harrisburg.

At New Bedford, on 2d inst. Mr. John GIBBS to Elizabeth SPOONER.

At Boston, on 2d inst. Mr. Horace PEABODY to Miss Diana PARKHURST.

At Albany, on 3d inst. Mr. Alexander NICHOLS to Miss Almira LUTHER.

DIED:

On Wednesday morning, 5th inst. after a painful illness, Mrs. Deborah VAN DUSER, in the 47th year of her age.
Her friends, and those of her family, also those of her son, Wm. J.VAN DUSER, are respectfully invited to attend her funeral this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from her late residence, No. 11 Eldridge street.

On Wednesday morning, Oct. 5, in the 51st year of her age, Sarah, wife of Ralph MEAD.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from 110 Second avenue, without farther notice.

On Wednesday, Oct. 5th Harriet L., daughter of the late Elijah ADAMS, aged 19 years.
The relatives and friends of the family are requested to attend her funeral at 2 o'clock, this afternoon, from the residence of Andrew ADAMS, at the foot of 36th street, North river. Her remains will be taken to Carmel, Putnam county for interment.

On the 4th inst, Elizabeth, wife of the late Thomas WOODWARD, aged 66 years.

On the 4th inst. Mrs. Catherine BROWN, in the 73 year of her age.

At New Windsor, Orange co. on the 4th inst., Margaret ELLISON, wife of John Blackburn MILLER, of this city.

On the 4th inst. Edward G., son of Leonard K. SMITH, in the 4th years of his age.
His remains have been taken to the country for interment.

At her late residence, Rye, Westchester co. on the 4th inst., Mary C., relict of the late John MILDEBERGER.

At Washington, on the 3d inst. John SANDERSON, aged 23.

At Fairhaven, 1st inst. Thomas NYE, 74.

At Middleborough, on the 28th ult. Joseph COLE, aged 79 years - a soldier of the army of Washington.

At Nantucket, Eunice GARDNER, 65.

At Baltimore, on 1st inst. Mrs. Sarah GRIFFITH, in the 89th year of her age.

At Baltimore, on the 29th ult. Dr. Absalom THOMPSON, an eminent physician of Talbot county, Maryland.


7 October 1842

MARRIED:

On Wednesday morning, 5th inst. by the Rev. Dr. VERMILYE, Mr. Isaac Dyckman VERMILYE to Miss Josephine WARD, all of this city.

On the 5th inst. Mr. Francis OLMSTED to Helen Cornelia Dudley STUYVESANT.

On the 5th inst. James BRYCE, of Charleston, S.C., to Harriet TILESTON, of this city.

On the 5th inst. Henry HAYWARD, of South Carolina, to Zeferina DE JOUVE, of the island of Cuba.

On the 5th inst. Mr. WILSON, to Amelia, daughter of Mr. S. MOSS, all of this city.

On the 4th Mr. John MEAKIM to Maria MOWTON, both of this city.

At Kingston, N.Y., on the 4th inst. Mr. Samuel MOREWOOD to Miss Sarah Maria MASTEN.

At Hartford, Mr. Nicholas GEFFROY of New York, to Miss Lydia M. BANKS, of Hartford.

At Branfort, Ct. John S. BRADLEY, of New Haven, to Miss Susan WHITING.

At Syracuse, N.Y., Mr. Levi DENSBROW, to Mrs. Adeline STANTON.

At Syracuse, N.Y., Mr. James KINNE to Miss Almira HAY.

At St Louis, Ky. on 28th ult. Charles S. SNEAD to Martha W. RAPHAEL.

At Henshaw Place, in Leicester, on the 8d ult. Hammond WHITNEY, Esq., of Boston, to Miss Laura L. HENSHAW, of Warren, Trumbull county, Ohio.

At Philadelphia, on the 2d inst. William ALEXANDER to Margaret ZIMMERMAN.

At Savannah, on the 29th ult. Mr. Frederick T. QUIRK, formerly of New York, to Miss Elizabeth Maria KENNEDY, of Savannah.

At Taunton, Mass, on the 2d inst. Wm. GLYNN, of Braintree, to Mrs. Phebe DAVIS, of Taunton.

DIED:

On Thursday morning, William F. PHYFE, in the 40 year of his age.
His relatives and friends, and those of his brothers Isaac M., John, James, Robert, and Geroge W., are respectfully invited to accompany his remains from the house of his brother, John PHYFE, No. 71 Murray street, on Saturday morning, 8th inst., at 8 o'clock, to the foot of Liberty street. His remains will be taken to Philadelphia for interment.

On the 5th inst, in the 6th year of his age, Hiram Curtiss, son of George D. STRONG.

On Thursday afternoon, 6th inst, at 3 o'clock, after a short illness, Amelia Ann, daughter of Col. Wm. JONES, aged 18 years and 9 days.
Her remains will be taken to Saybrook, Conn., for interment, from her father's residence, No. 87 Walker street, this afternoon at half-past 2 o'clock. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.

On the 5th inst. Hariet L. ADAMS, aged 19 years.

On the 5th inst., George Augustus, youngest son of Aaron and Rvanda KEMP, aged 2 years and 2 days.

On the 5th inst Michael MURPHY, aged 8?0 years.

On the 5th inst., Charles SWEENEY, Jr. in the 29th year of his age.

On the 4th inst. of consumption James MCCULLOCH, in the 47th year of his age.

On the 5th inst. Stephen R. SHARGE, a native of Albany, aged about 35 years.

At Orient, Long Island, on the 2d inst, of consumption, Thaddeus B. GLOVER, late of this city, in the 53d year of his age.

At Plymouth, Vt., on the 16d ult, Dea. Asa GREEN, a revolutionary pensioner, aged 82.

At Rutland, Vt., on the 28th ult. Hon. Moses STRONG, aged 70, formerly Chief Judge of the County Court for that County.

At South Boston, Mrs. Rebecca FRENCH, aged 71.

At St. Louis, on 23d ult. in the 32 year of his age, Joseph W. WALSH, Esq., Clerk of St. Louis Court of Common Pleas.

At Cairo, on the 1st inst., while on a visit from New York, Mrs. Phebe W. COLTON, formerly of Southampton, Long Island, aged 74.


8 October 1842

MARRIED:

At Auburn, on the 5th inst. Mr. Samuel BRIGGS, of Skaneateles, to Miss Ann COGSWELL, of Auburn.

At Glen's Falls, on the 3d inst N. Edson SHELDON, M.D., to Abigail T. FERRIS.

At Albany, on the 4th inst. Frederick S. DAY to Louisa A. DAWES, both of Philadelphia.

At Canandaigua, on the 18th Sept., Thomas ECKLIS, of Rochester, to Jane KINGSTON, of the former place.

At Baltimore, on the 2d inst., Joseph WHITE to Mary Jane ELLIOT.

At Baltimore, on the 2d inst. Mr. William HUBARD to Miss Mary AMIT.

At Philadelphia, 3d day, 4th inst., by Friends ceremony, Warren L. BURTIS, of Rochester, N.Y., to Josephine T. JOHNS, of Philadelphia.

At Otisco, N.Y., on 25th Sept. Edward ROBINSON, of Bridgeport, Conn., to Sophronia BALDWIN, of Otisco.

At Bridgeport, Conn., on the 25th Sept. R.M. BOUTON, of Troy, N.Y., to Sophia FREEMAN.

At Boston, Lieut. J.W. REVERE, U.S.N., TO Miss Rosa D. LAMB.

At Boston, on the 2d inst., Wm. H. BARNEY, of Swanzey to Harriet N. PECK, of Rehoboth.

DIED:

On Thursday morning, William F. PHYFE, in the 40 year of his age.
His relatives and friends, and those of his brothers Isaac M., John, James, Robert, and George W., are respectfully invited to accompany his remains from the house of his brother, John PHYFE, No. 71 Murray street, on Saturday morning, 8th inst., at 8 o'clock, to the foot of Liberty street. His remains will be taken to Philadelphia for interment.

On the evening of the 6th inst. in the 70th year of his age, Mr. Wm. E. NEXSEN.

At Brooklyn, on the 6th inst. William STILWELL, in the 85th year of his age.

At Philadelphia, on the 6th inst., James VAUX, agd [sic] 94.

At Rio de Janeiro, in the month of July last, Commodore David JEWETT, late of the Brazilian Navy.

At Pembroke, Mr. Moral Allen JOSSELYN, of Boston, 40.


10 October 1842

MARRIED:

On the 6th inst. by Rev. P.C. OAKLEY, Mr. Alexander DEARBORN to Miss Frances Maria, eldest daughter of William G. BOGGS, Esq., all of this city.

At Albany, on the 7th inst. Anthony KELTERHOUSE to Miss Jeannette BINER, both of Watervliet.

At Albany, on the 6th inst. Francis Wicks, Esq. to Ellen Jane COOK, both of Brooklyn, L.I.

At Albany, on the 5th inst. James I. WANDS toMiss Magdalene OLIVER, both of Bethlehem.

At Duanesburgh, Schenectady county, on the 4th inst. D.C. WESTON, Esq. of Augusta, Maine, to Miss Mary C. NORTH, of the former place.

At Elmira, on the 22d ult. by the Rev. P.H. FOWLER, Hon. Samuel PARTRIDGE, M.C. to Miss Emma G. eldest daughter of Dr. E.L. HART.

At Borodino, on the 25th ult. George MILLS to Minerva KNAPP, both of Marcellus.

At Trenton, N.J. on the 4th inst. Andrew R. TITUS to Miss Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Stacey G. POTTS, Esq.

DIED:

On Sunday morning, the 9th inst. Mrs. Maria VAN HOUTEN, widow of the late Peter VAN HOUTEN, in the 70th year of her age.
Her relations and friends, and those of her sons-in-law, Elijah WILSON, Isaac COKELET and G.C. BURGER, are requested to attend the funeral This (Monday) afternoon, from the residence of the latter, 41 Vesey-street, at 3 o'clock, without further invitation.

At Cleveland, September 25, George L. CAMPBELL, aged 23 years.

At Monticello, Sullivan county, on the 4th inst. Mrs. Massey NESBIT, aged 83 years, formerly of this city.

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