Marriages and Deaths from The Malone Palladium in 1864

Transcribed by Lisa Slaski

These marriages and deaths were mostly found in the same section of the newspaper, under the columns of "Married" and "Died". Other sections of the newspaper were not reviewed in detail for other possible articles, though a few were found and transcribed. Note that some of these articles are difficult to read and especially the numbers 3 and 8 and the numbers 1 and 4 are difficult to tell the difference between.

The Malone Palladium, 7 Jan 1864, page 3

Married.

In East Dickinson, at the bride's residence, Jan. 1st, by Rev. Mr. Cutler, Mr. CLARK MAIN, of Hermon?, and Miss CLARA SAYLES, daughter of Rev. S. Sayles of Dickinson.

In Malone, Jan. 1st, by Rev. Thomas Cull, DANIEL KELLY and MARTHA DEWEY both of Ft. Covington.

Jan. 2d, by the same, ROBERT BRADFORD, of Burke, and MARY BEEDY, of Malone.

Jan. 4th, by the same, EMORY SANDFORD, of Bangor, and FLORA BOSHAIN, of Malone.

Died.

In this town of the 5th inst., Mrs. PHEBE WATKINS, wife of Cephas Watkins, aged 58 years.

The funeral will be held at the residence of Mr. Watkins to-day, at 2? o'clock P.M.

The Malone Palladium, 14 Jan 1864, page 3

Married.

In this village, on the 11th inst., by Rev. J. R. Herrick, at his residence. Mr. Wm. H. TAYLOR, of Elmira, to Miss ELIZABETH ALLEN, of Burke.

In Malone, on the 12th inst., Mr. CLARK J. DICKINSON, of Bangor, to Miss HELEN M. RIDER, daughter of Holland E [or K?] Rider, Esq., of Malone.

Died.

In this village, Dec. 28, of Congestion of the Lungs, Mrs. ABIGAL WILLIAMS, aged 39 [or 89?] years.

The Malone Palladium, 21 Jan 1864, page 3

Married.

In Bangor, Jan. 21st, by Rev. M. Chase. Mr. P. H. DONAHOE and Miss SARAH J. LAWRENCE, both of Bangor.

Died.

In Dover, Vt., Dec. 12, of diptheria, FRANCES M., wife of [?] L. Howard, and daughter of R. R. Stetson, of Racket Settlement, Franklin Co., N.Y. aged 22 years.

At Beaufort Hospital, S. C., Dec. 12, 1863, Corporal NA[?]UM B. ROBBINS, of Capt. Jones' Company, 142d Reg't N.Y.V., formerly of Constable.

In this town, on the 19th inst., afer and illness of four days, Mrs. ALMA ELIZA, wife of Horace L. Chapman, aged 39 years.

The Malone Palladium, 28 Jan 1864, page 3

Married.

In Constable, by Rev. A. Fleming, Jan. 21, Mr. ORSON BEAMAN, to Miss CORNELIA SMITH, both of Burke.

In Chateaugay, Jan. 18 [or 13?], at the house of the bride's father, by Rev. I. H. Merritt, Mr. WALLACE HOYT, to Miss KATE SMITH, both of Chateaugay.

Died.

In Dickinson, on the 24th inst., MINNIE S., infant daughter of Henry A. Taylor, aged about 21 months. [short poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 4 Feb 1864, page 3

Died.

In this town on the 30th inst., EMMA, youngest daughter of Cyrel and Adaline Hapgood, aged 2 years, 5 months and 13 [or 18?] days. [short poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 11 Feb 1864, page 3

Married.

In this village, at the residence of John E. Burbank, Feb. 4, by the Rev. thomas Cull, Mr. WILLIAM HAMILTON, of Malone, to Miss ELECTA C. BURBANK, of Burlington, Vt.

By the same, at the residence of [U?]. D. Meeker, Esq., in this village, on the 8th inst., JOHN E. FISK, to Miss H. E. MEEKER, both of Malone.

In Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, on the 7th inst., at the bride's residence, by Rev. Mr. Barrows, Mr. LEWIS A. FOOTE, Telegraph Operator in this place, and Miss AUGUSTA E. AUSTIN.

Died.

In Bangor, on the 9th inst., MARY ADAMS, wife of Charles J. Adams, aged 25 years.

In Vermontville, Feb. 1st SARAH ETT C, daughter of Wm. F. and Sarah A. Hills aged 14 years, 3 [or 8?] months and 12 days, of Congestion of the lungs. [short poem not transcribed]

In this town, on the 4th inst., PHEBE MARIA, daughter of H. W. and Cordelia Ketchum, aged 15 yrs, and 7 months. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 18 Feb 1864, page 3

Married.

[too difficult to read - names might be: marriage #1 ?-PIERCE, marriage #2 ?-Miss MARY W. CLARK]

Died.

[too difficult to read - first one, can't read at all, second MARY ANN CUMMINGS, aged [57?] years

The Malone Palladium, 25 Feb 1864, page 3

Married.

On Tuesday evening, Feb. 16, 1864, at Stoughton's Hotel, Westville, by Rev. A. E. Corse, Mr. SANFORD A. LEWIS of Malone, to SUSAN A. SMITH of Salmon River, Clinton County.

In Malone, Feb. 21st inst. at the M. E. Parsonage, by Rev. F. F. Jewell, Mr. I. H. COLLINS of Swanton, Vt., and Miss MARY ANN ROGERS of Westville, N.Y.

Also, at the same place, Feb. 23d inst., by the same, Lt. ENOS HINMAN, late of the 16th N.Y. Vols., and Miss DESDEMONA DRURY, all of Malone.

Died.

In Bangor, Feb. 10, STELLA P., daughter of Philenda I., and Lawrence Moody, aged 18 months and 8 days. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 3 Mar 1864, page 2

Married.

In Washington City, D. C., on the 20th ult., by Rev. Samuel D. Finckel, Lt. CHARLES A. BROWN, late of the 16th N.Y.V. of Malone, to Miss LIZZIE A. COMES, of New Haven, Conn.

In Malone, Feb. 24th, 1864, at the M. E. parsonage, by Rev. F. F. Jewell, Mr. GEORGE MONTEITH of Malone, and Miss MARY DOUGLASS of Canada East.

Died.

In Constable, on Monday, Feb. 15, ALVAN C. HITCHCOCK, aged 26 years.

In this village, Feb. 25th, 1864, DEMARETTE, daugther of William and Julia McKinney, aged 15 years, 2? months and 13 days.

The Malone Palladium, 10 Mar 1864, page 2

Married.

In this village, on the 7th inst., by Rev. J. R. [Herrick?], Sergt. WILLIAM A. LORD, Co. C? 14th N.Y. Heavy Artillery, to Miss MARY JANE GOODSPEED, of Ellenburgh.

The Malone Palladium, 17 Mar 1864, page 2

In this village, March 16th, by Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. JOHAH M. WILCOX of Bangor, to Miss FANNY A. HUBBARD of Malone.

In Malone, on the 16th inst., by Herman bisbee, Mr. FREDERICK H. JANES of Canton, N.Y., to Miss AMY FRENCH of Glover, Vt.

By Rve. A. Wells, at his residence, Mr. GEO. W. MARTIN of Constable, N.Y., to Miss DELIA B. MARTIN of Fort Covington, N.Y., formerly of North Island, Vt.

Died.

In Moira, on the 11th inst., Mr. ERASTUS T. FULLER, aged 31 years.

In Moira, on the 10th inst., Mr. OSCAR F. BOWEN, aged 45 years.

The Malone Palladium, 24 Mar 1864, page 2

Married.

On Saturday morning, March 19, 1864, at the M. E. parsonage, by Rev. F. F. Jewell, Mr. CHARLES D. CUMMINGS, of Malone, and MARY JANE THAYER, daughter of Rev. O. Thayer of North Potsdam.

Also, at the same place, by the same, on the 6th inst., Mr. PETER GERO and Miss SARAH DELANE, all of Malone.

Also, at the same place, on the 9th inst., by the same, Mr. PETER DELANE and Miss SOPHIA SEARES, all of Malone.

Also, at the Miller House, on the 12th inst., by the same, Mr. Wm. S. MANDIGA of Brasher Falls and Miss SARAH M. SCRIPTURE, of Lawrence.

In this village, on the 17th inst., by Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. REGIS PETELL, 98th Reg't, to Miss ESTHER CORELL, both of Malone.

Also, by the same, March 17th, Mr. OLIVER ASHLAW, 98th Reg't, to Miss JULIA DUMAS, both of Malone.

Also, by the same, March 18th, Mr. MICHAEL GANNON, 98th Reg't (of Huntingdon, C. E.) to Miss FLORA PERRY of Malone.

Also, by the same, March 22d, Mr. GEORGE CLEAVELAND, 98th Reg't, to Miss MARY BARRY, both of Constable.

Died.

At Conamaugh Station, Penn., on February 28th, 1864, of congestion of the brain, LIBBIE MARIA, only daughter of F. D. and M. J. Barry, aged 3 years.

Little Libbie was a remarkably sweet and intellectual child for her age, and her loss is the more keenly felt; the only daughter, and ehr absence brings with it the greater desolation.

The Malone Palladium, 31 Mar 1864, page 2

Married.

In Bangor, on the 27th inst., by H. B. Noyes, Esq., Mr. HECTOR BUELL to Miss MARY MULLIGAN.

March 13, by Rev. Thomas Cull, Mr. DUNCAN OAK, of Malone, to Miss EMELY DESAFE, of Ft. Covington.

March 24, by the same, Mr. O. A. JONES, to Miss F [or E?]. L. TRACY, both of Malone.

In this village, March 21st, inst., at the house of Mrs. A. Shepard, by Rev. F. F. Jewell, Mr. FREDERICK E. HOWARD, 98th REG't, and Miss MARTHA O. WRIGHT, of Burke.

Also, at the M. E. church, March 29th, by the same, Mr. NATHANIEL S. HICKOK, of Warren, Lake Co., Ill., and Miss HELEN C. HASTINGS daughter of Rev. A. Hastings, of Malone, N.Y.

Died.

In this town, Friday, March 25?th, Mrs. JULIA HUTCHINS, wife of Wm. Hutchins, aged 64? years.

The Malone Palladium, 7 Apr 1864

[none found]

The Malone Palladium, 14 Apr 1864, page 2

Died.

At constable, on the 9th inst., Mr. JAMES TOBEY, aged 70 years.

The Malone Palladium, 21 Apr 1864, page 2

Married.

In Malone, April 18th, by Rev. Herman Bisbee, Mr. ROBERT DAY and Miss FANNY SMITH, both of Lawrence, N.Y.

Obituary.

In Malone, on the 7th inst., Mrs. MARY SHERWIN, relict of the late Daniel Sherwin, left her family, friends and neighbors, for her home in the summer land, in the 75th years of her age. Mrs. SHERWIN has long been a resident of Malone, having left her friends in Boston when quite young and acommpanied her hsuband to this, then wilderness country; many and hard have been the trials that have beset her pathway through life, but nobly did she sustain herself as a wife and moter through them all. Let her memory be blessed for the many virtues, the solid usefulness and the kindly affections which she exemplified. Her physical form gave way under a stroke of Paralysis of the left side which has caused her to be quite helpless for some years, yet under all her sufferings she was patient and uncomplaining for the last seven months of her mortal pilgrimage. She received every kind ministration and attention from her friends and neighbors, especially from her eldest daughter, whose large heart was a fountain of comfort to both her body and spirit. But though she struggled hard to battle disease physically, she could no longer resist the summons from the spirit land, to change life physical for life spiritual. Welcomed to her bright and beautiful home in summer land, she now finds rest, where disease can no longer torture the noble energies of her fine spirit, where the loving tones heart sympathizing friends lull the breathings of her harmonious spirit in music utterances. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 28 Apr 1864, page 2

Married.

In this village, at St. Joseph's Church on Monday the 25th inst., by the Rev. Father Francis, Mr. WILLIAM McPHERSON and Miss M. CLARA S. CAMPBELL, daughter of Hon. J. Campbell, both of Fort Covington.

In Chateaugay, March 29th, by Rev. Mr. Osburn, Capt. BRADISH WEBB, 98th Reg't, N.Y. Vols., to Miss NANCY H. ORKINS, both of Malone.

In Burke, on the 20th of April, by Rev. J. Quay, at his residence, Mr. WILLIAM M. WATSON, of Canada East, to Miss MARY J. POTTER, of Burke.

At the residence of the bride's father, April 14, 1864, by Rev. Thomas Cull, Mr. H. H. HAVENS, of Springfield, Mass., to Miss S. E. EDWARDS, of Malone, N.Y.

Died.

In this village, on the 25th inst., JOHN B. BURBANK, Esq., in the 71st year of his age.

Mr. Burbank was in the enjoyment of his usual health and attending to business up to Saturday morning last when he was attacked with epilepsy, and continued rapidly to decline till half past two on Monday morning, when he expired.

In the town of Franklin, April 19th, MARY ANN, wife of B. G. Costlow, aged 48 [or 40, or 46?] years, 8 months and 6 days.

She died of consumption after a long and lingering illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation. She calmly fell asleep in death, in the hope of a glorious immortality. Peace to her ashes. [poem not transcribed]

In Cornwall Vt., on the 30th of September last, Mrs. MARY E. PECK, relict of the late T.D. Peck, of that place, in the 25th year of her age.

In Brandon, Vt., on the 18th inst., Mrs. JANE M. FAULKNER, wife of Joseph Faulkner, and sister of the late Mrs. M. E. Peck, in the 37[or 87?] year of her age.

Mrs. Peck and Mrs. Faulkner were daughters of the late Archibald Wood of Bellmont. [poem not transcribed]

A good woman has gone home. BETSEY, wife of the late George Leonard, died in Moira, Franklin Co., N.Y., April 6th, 1864, in the 69th year of her age. Mother Leonard was converted to God in early life and united with the M. E. Church, of which she remained a worthy member until called to join the Church triumphant. She was much beloved by the church and community. During her protracted illness she was a great suffere, yet very patient and resigned. Death found her not only ready, but waiting, she "having a desire to depart and be with Christ which is far better." By her death the community have lost a kind friend and neighbor, and her children, a fond mother. May they all meet her. [short poem not transcribed]

In Potsdam, April 21, 1864, after a short illness, Mr. THO. LAWTON, aged 58? years - formerly of this place.

Mr. Lawton's remains were brought to Malone, on Monday last for interment.

The Malone Palladium, 5 May 1864, page 2

Married.

In Westville, April 26th, at the residence of the bride's father, M. Benjamin Hoadley, by the Rev. A. B. Dilley Mr. HENRY J. PALMER of Hinesburgh, Vt., to Miss REBECCA M. HOADLEY.

At Christ Church, in Oswego, on the 22d inst., by Rev. A. C. Treadway, Lieutenant Commander JOHN H. RUSSELL, U.S.N., to Miss CORNELIA P. TREADWAY, daughter of the officiating clergyman.

Died.

In Burke, on the 1st inst., of consumption, Mrs. MARY J. DREW, wife of Levi Drew, of the 92d N.Y.S. Vols., aged 26 years.

April 30, Mrs. ANNA SHELDON, wife of Bronson Keeler in the 77th, year of her age.

Mrs. K. was born in Dorset, Vt. She afterwards resided in Burlington, where she was married to Mr. Keeler in 18[?], since which time she has been a resident of this town. She became a professed friend of Jesus at the age of 16, and had been a member of the Congregational church 60 years. Mrs. K. had for many years been troubled with her [?] and a difficulty of breathing, from which she suffered most during her last sickness, and at length went to sleep [quietly?] "as to a night's repose." Her trust was in Christ, and she desired to have inscribed on her tomb stone - "A [sinner?] saved by grace." [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 12 May 1864, page 2

Married.

At the Miller House, Malone, May 10, 1864, by Rev. Tho[?] Cull, Mr. OREN ELDRIDGE to Miss LUCINDA MARS[?], both of Brasher, N.Y.

Died.

In this village, on the 11th inst., Mrs. MARTHA LINDsA[? - possibly Lindsay?], age 87 years.

The Malone Palladium, 19 May 1864, page 2

Obituary.

Many of the aged are falling around us. This week [?] record the departure of one of the oldest in town, old Mrs. LINDSAY, who died at the residence of her son, A. Lindsay, Esq., May 11, in the 88th eyar of her age. She was born in Northumberland, Saratoga co., in this State - married Daniel Lindsay when she was 17 years of age, with whom in 1823 she removed from her native town to Essex Co., and from thence to Addison, Vt., where her husband died in 1840 - since which time she has lived with her son Alexander, and mainly in this town. Mrs. L. became in childhood, at the age of 12 years, a disciple of Jesus, whom from that tiem forward she devoutly loved and served. She united first with the Dutch Reformed Church in her native place. Though living in a newly settled country, where she had many cares and trials, she maintained her Christian integrity, as a bright example to her children and others. One of her earliest recollections was in regard to the hostile Indians visiting her father's home in the time of the Revolutionary War. In the war with Great Britain in 1812, she freely gave her husband, who served in teh battle of Plattsburgh. She has taken an intense interest in the present war since its commencement; she wanted to do what she could for the soldiers, and while able employed her time in knitting mittens and socks for them. She loved the world, because God gave his own Son to die for it. She loved her country because she believed its government the best which God has given to men. She cherished a deep interest in the welfare of the church and prayed much for zion's prosperity, and she loved her family and children as only a wife and mother can love. "The memory of the just is blessed."

Died.

In Bangor, on the 15?th inst., Mrs. DANIEL PAINE, aged 75 years.

The Malone Palladium, 26 May 1864, page 2

Married.

In Ogdensburgh, on the 19th inst., by Rev. S. [?], Mr. WILMOT J. BERRY, of Malone, and Miss EVA FAY of the former place.

The Malone Palladium, 2 Jun 1964, page 2

Married.

On May 25th, in Libertyville, Lake Co., Ill., at the residence of Nathan Hatch, Esq., by the Rev. L. clifford, Mr. JUDSON A. BERRY, formerly of Malone, to Mrs. MILA P. HUTCHINSON, of Libertyville.

At St. Mark's Church, in this village, on Tuesday, May [?], by the Rev. O. F. Robertson, Mr. TRUMAN BEST, of Burlington, Vt., to Miss P. A. PEETS, of Malone.

At the Miller House in this village on Wednesday morning, June 1st, by the Rev. A. E. Corse, Mr. IRA BROWN, to Miss PHILENA A. WILCOX, all of Malone.

In Malone, May 31st by Rev. Thomas Cull, Mr. MYRON A. BRAND of Constable, and Miss DELIA M. WOOD, of Malone.

Died.

In Chateaugay, May 27, CHARLES E. FLETCHER, son of T. J. and Mary Ann Fletcher, aged 18 years.

In this town, on Saturday, 28th ult., HENRIETTA, daughter of Rufus and Eliza Hays, aged 5 years.

The Malone Palladium, 9 Jun 1964, page 3

Another Brave has Fallen.

Died at Bermuda Hundred, Va., May 18th, 1864, from the effects of a gund shot wound, received at the battle of Drury Bluff, (two days before), EDMUND AYERS, in the 33d year of his age.

The subject of the above notice was a native of Lawrence, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., and the son of Elisha and Apph Ayers, both of whom still survive to lament the loss of the patriot son. The deceased also leaves a heart-stricken wife, a brother and three sisters, and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his premature end; but with ever loyal hear, in the community they feel a proud consciousness that the cause in which he fell, was worthy [?] sacrifice. Mr. Ayers grew up to manhood in his native town, with a character free from reproach; and, at the outbreak of the rebellion, he earnestly espoused the cause of his country. He enlisted Aug. 12th, 1862, in the 142d Regiment, N.Y.V., and when the Regiment was organized he was chosen to fill the office of 2d Sergeant in Co. F, which position he held til his death. The duties of his station were ever discharged with promptness and fidelity; and all who made his acquaintance, knew him only to respect him; for as his chaplain said of him, "He was a brave and noble man." The many objects of curiousity which he was constantly sending with his letters, (which were ever cheerful and kind) to his wife and friends, tell plainly how strong were the ties which bound him to his home and family; and how sincere was that patriotism which enabled him to sever those ties in obedience to his country's call. During his last hours he remarked, with calmenss characteristic of himself, "I have done my duty, and I await the result. My hope is in Jesus, and the future is all bright." His remains were placed in a coffin, and decently buried in a beautiful grave near the place where he

Died.

Married.

At the residence of the bride's father, in Westville, June 2d, by Rev. a. E. Corse, of Malone, N.Y., Mr. SHELDON A. ELLSWORTH, of Dundee, C. E., to Miss LYDIA H. COGGIN.

At Brush's Mills, Thursday, June 2d, by the REv. C. F. Robertson, NEWELL GREEN to JEANETTE JAMESON.

Died.

In this town, on the 24th ult., Mr. SAMUEL ALVORD, aged 69 years.

At Roscoe, Ill., of typhoid fever, AMANDA EASTMAN, wife of S. N. Eastman, aged 65 years.

In her life she fully exemplified the religion of Jesus Christ, and died peaceful and happy.

In Medfield, Mass., May 9, at the residence of his mother, PHILO CARLTON, only son of the late Dr. Philo Berry, of Westville, Franklin Co., N.Y., aged 2 years and 9 months. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 16 Jun 1964, page 2

Honor to the Brave.

Died - In Virginia, June 4th, from the effects of a wound received the previous day at the battle of Coal Harbor, J. RED M., son of D. W. and Hannah M. Hickok, aged [18?] years.

The subject of the above notice, with all the ardor of and impetuosity of youth enlisted last Winter into the 98th N.Y.S.V., whose terrible hardships and glorious bravery through the late Virginia campaign he nobly shared. [?] so very young he shrank from no danger and the day previous to the one of the fatal charge, the color bearer being shot, he bore them through the hot and terrible strife. When being borne from the field by a kind and loving brother, Lieut. Horace D. Hickok, his eye caught sight of the colors he said, "Stand by that flag, stand by that flag" But the kindness of a brother could not save him. God has called him, another sacrifice on his country's altar. One of the greatest desires he ssaid he had to live, was to see the succesful termination of this war, but he was willing to [?]. [poem not transcribed]

Married.

At the Graffort House, Debuque, Iowa, June 2d, 1864, by the Rev. A. D. [?], Mr. C. W. BLANCHARD, of Chicago, to Mrs. MARY J. SHERMAN of Dubuque.

In this village on the 15th inst., by Rev. Thomas Cull, Mr. JAMES COYNE, of the 5th Vermont Vols., to Miss MARY J. EWINGS, daughter of Halland J. Ewings, of this place.

Mr. Coyne served two years in the 16th N.Y., and last Spring volunteered for an additional three years in the 5th Vt. He was wounded during teh battles in the Wilderness, and is [?] [?] on a furlough. if he makes as good a usband as he does soldier, Mrs. Coyne? will never have occasion to regret her choice.

Died.

In [???] on Thursday, June 3d, FANNY [?], daughter of [?] and August? M. Smith, aged two years and [???].

The Malone Palladium, 23 Jun 1964, page 3

[difficult to read]

Married.

In Flushing, L. I., on Tuesday morning, June 16, by Rev. J. Carpenter Smith, Rector of St. [?] Church, Hon. HIRUM HORTON, of Malone, N.Y. and Mrs. JANNETT PECK HORTON, of the former place.

Died.

In Mount Pleasant Hospital, at Washington, May 24th, from wounds received at the battle of the Wilderness Mrs. EDWARD KORMAN? of [?] [of this?] County, aged [?] years. He belonged to [?] Reg't

In Westville? [???], wife of Delos? D.? [???]

The Malone Palladium, 30 Jun 1964, page 2

[difficult to read]

In this village, at the residence of Hon. W. A. Wheeler, by Rev. J. M. Herrick, Mr. HARVEY MOODY, Esq., of Bangor, and Miss JANE M. WHEELER, of this place.

At the Baptist Church, in Chateaugay, on the 23d inst., by the Rev. Mr. Osborne, Mr. JUDSON SARGENTS to Miss LOUISA? BEMAN, daughter of T. T. S. Beman, Esq., of Chateaugay.

In this town, on the 29?th inst., by the Rev. J. M. Herrick, Mr. FRANCIS P. Bogue, of Venango, Erie Co., Penn., to Miss JANETTE M. KNOWLTON, of Malone.

The bridegroom will accept our thanks for the liberal donation accompanying the above.

Died.

In this village, June 23?d, FRANK J., son of W. A. and M. J. [Short?], aged 11 months and 10? days.

The Malone Palladium, 7 Jul 1864, page 2

Married.

May 19th, by the Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. C. P. HODGDON, (soldier) of Chicago, Ill., to Mrs. JULIA ANN WHITE, of this place.

Died.

At Point Lookout, Md., June 5th, HENRY C. WILLEY, of Co. A, 96th Reg't, N.Y. Volunteers, son of Philo and Lucy T. Willey, aged 20 years.

In Clinton, Ill., on the 27th ult., CLARA M., wife of Robert Magill, and daughter of N. W. Seeley, formerly of this place, in the 28th year of her age.

Another Young Man Gone.

While others are mourning over dear ones fallen in their country's service, news comes of the death of JOHN WILLIAMSON, son of Joseph Williamson, Esq., of Bellmont. He enlisted as a private in the 1st Vt. Cavalry, in Sept. 1861, leaving college for this purpose. He was soon chosen and received his commission as 1st Lt., in which capacity he served faithfully for almost three years. In writing to his friends, at the time he left collgege for the army, he says he did not come to his decision through excitement, but agert making it, for three months, a subject of prayer, and under a clear confiction of duty; seeing, first, that the war would work out the extermination of slavery, and finally, that God would bring good out of it, and through it glorify his name. And he concludes by saying: "Should I live thirty years, in looking back upon this, the greatest contest of right against wrong which the world ever saw, i cannot tell how I should feel if I should have to say that I was studying Greek and Latin and considered myself of too much importance to have anything to do with it; and certainly, I do not know who should fight for colleges and other institutions of this kind, if it be not those who enjoy them; and if God has any other use for me, I shall be just as safe in the battle-field as any other place." Young Williamson became hopefully pious, and united with the Congregational church in Malone in '58, and had prosecuted his studies with the ministry in view, as far as the second year in Middlebury College; and it was his intention to prosecute his original plan when the war was over. But his work is done; he has fallen in a noble service, about 26 years of age.

The rest may best be said by quoting from a letter of the chaplain to his father. This letter bears the date of "Chesapeake General Hospital, Near Fort Monroe, June 23.:

"The ball passed through the outer part of one thigh and buried itself in the other. Extraction of the ball and amputation of the limb were both impossible, mortification took place; his sufferings were great - he endured them as a hero. He had every care and attention. His care was such as our men get at their homes. He became delirious at 2 or 3 p'clock on Monday and at 11 o'clock at night, June 20th, he Died. His burial was attended with military honors and accompanied by religious services."

"He was prepared. He told me he had failed in doing his full duty to his savior - had been a member of the church five years; and now, in his final hour of life, trusted entirely the provisions of mercy furnished by his Savior, and felt sustained by his grace. Nothing but divine grace could have enabled him to bear his pains so wonderfully, or so calmly enable him to face the last enemy, which he saw approaching, as gradually and as surely as he saw the sun setting and the darkness slowly envoloping him."

"Noble hero! Christian hero! he has sealed his devotion to his country and his home, by his blood. Throwing aside the promises of a life of education by leaving college to battle for the life of our nation, he has revealed deep sympathy for man and willingness to give all for the principles of justice and freedom. We should mourn such heroes, only as friends mourn their absence; we can but rejoice in the noble records they leave for time and eternity. Fruits eternal spring from their graves. They just begin to live when they have passed through only the shadow of death and gained the unfading inheritance."

"Trusting this affliction may bring your minds, as it did the Lieutenant's into sweeter and holier communion with the Divine Mind,"

"I remain, most truly, Jos. Marshall, Chaplain, U.S.A."

Still Another.

A friend writing to his mother, from near Coal Harbor, June 8th, says that EDWARD W. HARWOOD, was "killed instantly by a bullet from a sharpshooter, which entered his right temple, passing through his head and coming out just above the left ear." The writer says:

"Dear Edward, your son, has passed from the pains and sorrows of the earth, to the joys and blessings of his heavenly home. He now rests in peace, where the roar of cannon and musketry no more disturbs his calm repose. He has fallen while in the discharge of a sacred duty, and gone to reap the reward of well-doing. - The company to which he belonged feel that they have lost a true and faithful soldier - one who was always at his post, willing to share the hardships and privations of his comrades in arms. And while he was a true and faithful soldier to his country, he was none the less true and faithful as a soldier of his Lord and Master. I feel to sympathize with you in your affliction and I do rejoice to know that he was prepared for his departure to the eternal world."

Young Harwood united with the Congregational Church in Malone, in 1859, though living in the north part of Bangor. He was then 17 years of age. He was 22 at the time of his death.

The Malone Palladium, 14 Jul 1864, page 2

In this town, on the 14th ult., Mr. MATTHEW DUNNING, aged 16? years.

In Briggsville, Marquette Co., Wisconsin, June 29th, ult, Mrs. LYDIA [?], wife of F?. M?. Staples, formerly of this place, aged 35 years.

In [?] Hospital, Washington, D. C., June 26th, IRA A. PADDOCK, Co. I, 105?th Reg't N.Y.V., son of Thomas J. Paddock, of Burke, aged ? years. He was wounded the fist of June, during the battles near Richmond, from the effects of which he Died. [something about a funeral service?...] Sunday next, by Rev. Mr. Corse, at the M. E. Church in this village.

The Malone Palladium, 21 Jul 1864, page 3

Married.

In Searsport, Me., 16th inst., by Rev. H. Houston, Mr. ORIN U. BEACH, Jr., of Dorchester, Mass., son of O. U. Beach, of Malone, to Miss AMELIA C. CLIFFORD, of S.

Died.

In this village, at the residence of C. L. HUBBARD, on Tuesday night, 19th inst., LOUIE H. only son of C. H. Vaughan, Surgeon of the 43d Reg't N.Y.V., aged 11 months and 23 days.

Funeral services at Mr. Hubbard's house at 10 o'clock this forenoon.

The Malone Palladium, 28 Jul 1864, page 2

Death of Soldiers.

Among the recent deaths of soldiers we find the following in our Northern Regiments.

GEORGE E. REX, of the 98th, from Malone, died in Hampton Hospital, Fortress Monroe.

RANDALL WESCOTT, of the 106th, from Malone, at Fredrick City, of wounds received in the battle of the Monocacy.

JOSEPH DENOYER, of the 98th, from Malone, at Point Lookout Hospital.

The Malone Palladium, 28 Jul 1864, page 3

Married.

On the 8th of June, by the Rev. B. Deming, Mr. C. R. FAY to Miss EMILIE A. EVANS, both of Malone.

Died.

In Malone, on the 15th inst., HENRY B. BERRY, adopted son of Dwight J. and C. M. Berry, aged 9 years.

Suddenly on thursday, July 21st, at Lawrenceville, FRANK W. HALL, son of Wm. S. Hall, Esq., formerly Lieut. in the 92d N.Y.S.V. Another sacrifice n the altar of his country.

In this village, on the morning of the 22d inst., WALLACE B., only child of M. S. and Marha L. Mallon, aged 1 year, 10 months and 27 days.

On Monday, 25th inst., of dysentery, MARTHA, daughter of William P. and Olive. S. Cantwell, aged two years and four months.

The Malone Palladium, 4 Aug 1864, page 3

In Westville, on the 26th inst., Mr. MARTIN BERRY, youngest son of the late Phileman Berry, Esq., aged 25 years.

On Tuesday evening at 10 o'clock, after a short but severe ellness, BETSEY E., wife of Orsemus Crooks, in the 48th year of her age.

She leaves a husband and daughter to mourn her sudden and unexpected death. The deceased had been a devoted and consistent Christian, and member of the M. E. Church for more than fifteen years. Her mild and amiable dispostion cast a happy radiance over her private life, and shed a halo of beauty and glory around her Christian virtues, doubly endearing her to all who had the fortune of her acquaintance, and entwining her name and character around the devoted altars of her Christian friends. [short poem not transcribed]

The husband has lost an estimable companion and beloved wife, the daughter a fond and loving mother, and the church a constant worshipper and humble follower of her risen Savior. [short poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 11 Aug 1864, page 3

Born.

In this village, on Monday morning, the 8th inst., a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. DANIEL N. HUNTINGTON.

Married.

In this village, Aug 9, by Rev. Thomas Cull, Mr. HENRY H?. LYNN, of Malone, N.Y. to Miss SARAH CARNELL, of Toronto, C. W.

In this village, Aug. 9, by the same, Mr. ALBERT BLAKE, of Sprinfield, Mass., to Miss LILA GOODSPEED, of Chateaugay, N.Y.

Died.

At Trout River, on the 1st inst., LEONARD ORCUTT, aged 72 years, formerly from Bridport, Vt. [Vermont papers please copy.]

In Duane, June 20th, of diptheria, WILLIE FRANK, son of Peter and Sarah A?. Hoose, aged seven months. [short poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 18 Aug 1864, page 3

Married.

In this village, on the 16th inst., by Rev. Herman Bisbee, Mr. JOHN LAW to Miss MARION FISK, both of Malone.

Died.

In Burke, on the 12th inst., after an illness of twelve hours, Mr. GEORGE SMITH, aged 55 years.

In Burke, on the 2d inst., Mr. JACOB FERRIS, in the 73d year of his age.

In Malone, on the 9th inst., NELLIE H., infant daughter of Newell W. and Helen Spencer, aged 7 months. [short poem not transcribed]

At Cold Harbor, Va., on the 9th of June last, from wounds received in action on the 8th, LEVI GLAZIER, Co. H, 106th Reg't, N.Y. Vols., aged 22 years.

Also, Mr. DANFORTH GLAZIER, Co. C, 57th Reg't, Mass. Vols., father of Levi Glazier, on the 23d of June last, of acute diarrhoea, in hospital near Petersburgh, Va., in the 52d year of his age.

The father and son were formerly from Duane in this County, and their death creates a void in a large family who mourn their loss. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 25 Aug 1864, page 3

On the 18?th of August, inst., by the Rev. R. Deming, Mr. JOHN COLVIN, of Norfolk, St. Lawrence Co., to Miss JENNIE REA, of Malone.

In Holyoke, Mass., Aug 18?th, by Rev. Mr. Peterson, Mr. FRED BURNHAM, of Holyoke, to Miss DORCAS E. CHILD of Malone.

Died.

In Malone, on the 19th inst., Mrs. BETSEY L., wife of Chandler Bryant of this place, aged 56 years. [Vt. papers please copy.]

In Hospital, in Alexandria, Va., on the 10th inst., Mr. HENRY F?. WAIT, artificer of Co. C., 14th N.Y. Heavy Artillery, aged 34 years.

Mr. Wait enlisted in December last for this town. He was with the rEgiment in all the battles of the Wilderness from the 3d of May till the battle of Cold Harbor, where he was compelled to leave, on account of disease which has terminated in his death. He leaves a wife and two children, residing in Malone.

In Bangor, July 17, Mrs. MARHA I. GIBBS, wife of Sidney L. Gibbs, and the daughter of James and Mary Valentine, of Champlain, Clinton Co., N.Y., aged 25 years. [poem not transcribed]

Obituary.

The funeral for Henry Eldred will be attended at North Bangor, on Sabbath next, at 1 o'clock, P.M.

Mr. Eldred was wounded June 18th, in a battle before Petersburgh, and died in Harwood hospital, July 16th, 1864. As a soldier, according to the testimony of his comrades, he was noble and brave, always ready for duty whatsoever it might be. It only needs to be added that he died joyfully in the Christian faith. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 1 Sep 1864, page 3

Married.

In Malone, August 23d, by the Rev. Thomas Cull, Mr. JOHN TAYLOR, to Miss MARGARET YOUNG, both of Malone.

In Westville, on the 20th of August, by E. Leonard, Esq., IRA LINCOLN, to Miss ELIZA FOY, both of Westville.

In this village, on Tuesday evening, 30th ult., by Rev. Mr. Cull, Mr. J. E. MONTAGUE, of Berlin, Wis., and Miss CARRIE C. BURBANK, of this place. No cards.

The Malone Palladium, 8 Sep 1864, page 3

Died.

In Malone, on the 24th ult., Col. SIDNEY M. HICKOK, in the 62d year of his age.

In Washington, D. C., on the 3d inst. DeFORREST L. GREENO, son of Loren Greeno, of this place, in the 23d year of his age.

In this village, Sept. 1st, 1864, HENRY W., son of Henry M. and Celinda H. Tobey, aged 1 years and 5 months. [short poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 15 Sep 1864, page 3

Funeral Discourse

A Funeral Discourse will be delivered on Sunday afternoon, Setp. 25, by the Rev. Mr. Corse, at the M. E. Church in this village, on the occasion of the death of HENRY F. WAIT, Co. C. 14th Heavy Artillery, formerly of this place.

LINES.

On the death of James A. SILSBEE, of Bangor, N.Y., member of Co. E., 60th Regiment, N.Y. Vols., who was wounded June 19th, and expired June 20th, 1864, near Atlanta, Ga., aged 23 years. [poem not transcribed - includes a line that references his brother, George Silsbee]

Married.

In Bangor, Sept. 8th, at the Parsonage, by Rev. J. L. Humphrey, the Rev. A.Z. WADE, of Wright's Mills, Montpelier, Vt., to Miss L. A. CARRIER, of Potsdam.

At the same place, Sept. 7th, Mr. JOHN B. WHITE, of Schuyler Falls, Clinton Co., to Miss BETSEY O. BOWLES, of West Bangor.

Died.

In this village, on the 10th inst., after a lingering illness, Mrs. CAROLINE B., wife of Rev. CHARLES F. ROBERTSON, Rector of St. Mark's Church, Malone, aged 26 years.

In Fort Covington, Sept. 2d, beloved and respected by all who knew her, LOUISA, wife of Hamlet B. Mears, aged 88 [or 38?] years.

Too pure and gentle for this rough world, her spirit has gone to a more congenial clime.

In Malone, Sept. 12th, PHEBA PARLIN, wife of Lemuel Parlin, aged 83 [or 33?] years.

In St. Armand, August 17th, WILLIAM, son of Nathaniel and Polly A. Goodspeed, aged 22 years, 7 months and 18 days.

William was a member of Co. D, 2d N.Y. Veteran Cavalry. He was in the service of his country about 8 months. He left home in the full vigor of health, and was sent to the extreme South, where he contracted a disease which finally resulted in his death. He died the fourth day after reaching his home. So reduced had he become, that he was scarcely recognizable as the same person, by his nearest friends. His death was sudden. [poem not transcribed]

A large con[?] attended his funeral - a grateful tribute of respect to his memory. Green be the turf over his grave.

The Malone Palladium, 22 Sep 1864, page 3

Died.

In this town, on the 15th inst., PATRICK CARROLL, in the 98 [or 38?]th year of his age.

The Malone Palladium, 29 Sep 1864, page 3

Married.

Sept. 27, by Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. HARRY P. ORCUTT, of Bellmont to Miss MARIA L. BARNARD, of Malone.

At the residence of A. Keeler, Esq., Sept. 19th, by the Rev. S. Dodge, Mr. CHARLES W. TAYLOR, of Viroqua, Wis. and Miss CORNELIA T. WOOD, of Malone, N.Y.

Died.

In Malone, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1864, Mrs. SARAH AUSTIN, aged 88 years.

In this village, Sept. 21, Mrs. MARY C., wife of Major Henry Clark, and eldest daughter of Martin L. Parlin, Esq., aged 33 years.

In Frederick City, Md., on the 17th of July last, Mr. Wm. H. H. CONGER, son of Wm. J. Conger of Moira.

This excellent young man was wounded by a rifle bullet, in the upper portiono f the head, on the 9th of July, in the hard fought battle of the Monocacy. He belonged to Co. H. 106th Reg't, N.Y. Vols., and during all that terrible fight, had command of the company, to which he belonged. Lying on the battle field until the evening of the following day, he was conveyed to the Hospital in which he

Died.

This noble youth was intelligent, strictly moral, and his life was full of promise, but his country had need of him, and he, like many others has gloriously fallen in her service. He is numbered now with all the heroic thousands who have lived and died for liberty. His funeral will be attended in Moira, in the Congregational Church, on Sabbath, Oct. 2d, at one o'clock, P.M.

In the Regimental Hospital at Moranzia, La., Aug. 27th 1864, MARCELLUS C. CLEVELAND, of Co. H, 2d Vet. Cav. N.Y.S.V., in the 19th year of his age.

Again has the already bleeding heart of the Mother been lacerated by death; again her home been bereft of one of its beloved inmates; another link has been broken in the chain of affection. Peaceful be his rest.

At Clinton Co., N.Y., Sept. 22d, HENRY N. SCOVEL, of consumption, formerly of Burke, aged 48 years.

The Malone Palladium, 6 Oct 1864, page 3

Died.

In North Bangor, on the 8th of August, ult, Mr. ELIJAH BARNUM, in the 79th year of his age.

The Malone Palladium, 13 Oct 1864, page 3

Married.

In this village, on the 11th inst., by the Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. Wm. H. GILLISPIE, of Dellona, Wis., to Miss FRANK S. CLARK, of this place.

The Malone Palladium, 20 Oct 1864, page 3

Married.

In Bangor, at the residence of Mrs. Bentley, Oct. 16th, by the Rev. J. L. Humphrey, Mr. SAMUEL ADAMS to Miss HARRIET STORM, both of Bangor.

In this town, October 19th, by Rev. R. F. Lawrence, at his residence, Mr. LESLIE W. RUSSEL, attorney at Law, of Canton, to Miss HARRIET J. LAWRENCE, daughter of the officiating clergyman. No Cards.

October 19th, by Rev. J. R. Herrick, at the residence of the bride's father, Hon. Hiram Horton, Mr. MYRON B. HORTON, of the Surgeon General's Office, Washington, D. C., to Mrs. ADA W. HOLLEY, of Malone. No Cards.

At the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Silas Merriam, Oct. 19th, by Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. HENRY A?.PRESTON, of Middlebury, Vt., to MARY A. MERRIAM, of Malone.

The Malone Palladium, 27 Oct 1864, page 3

Died.

In Chateaugay, Oct. 14, 1864, TIMOTHY H. MARTIN, aged 44 years, of disease contracted in the army. He enlisted last January in the New York Veteran Cavalry, stationed at Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He obtained a furlough on which he arrived home on the 12th ult. He leaves a wife and nine children to mourn his loss.

The Malone Palladium, 27 Oct 1864, page 2

Sergeant ALVIN H. RUSSELL, son of CHESTER RUSSELL, of this place, died on the 19th inst., from wounds received in the late battle in the Shenandoah Valley. Young RUSSELL was struck by a ball on the morning of the 19th, inflicting a severe wound which rendered amputation of the leg necessary. This, with moving several miles, caused his death in a few hours. He was a brave and faithful soldier, and had been nearly two years in the service.

Another Soldier Fallen.

W. F. HILLS, from the town of Franklin, in this county, and a member of the 98th Regiment aged 44 years and six months, was instantly killed by a shell at the battle of Deep Bottom, Sept. 29?th. He enlisted at the organization of the Regiment and had been in the service two years and seven months. He was a brave and faithful soldier. He leaves a wife - a daughter of John D. Merrill, Esq. - and a family of young children, who were in a great measure dpendent on him, and to whom his death will be a sad bereavement.

We learn that WAIT HINMAN, of this town, who volunteered last August, and left in September for the army, died a few days since in Hospital, having been taken sick on the way to the Regiment. He was a man much respected, and leaves a family to mourn his loss.

The Malone Palladium, 3 Nov 1864, page 3

Married.

In Franklin, September 27th, by the Rev. J. Hall, Mr. ALFRED H. MARSHALL, of Lewis, Essex Co., to Miss ANNIE F. MERRILL, of

Franklin.

A clear case of Marshall law, against which we trust there will never be Annie cause of complaint.

Died.

In Constable, oct 27th, 1864, HUGH HUMPHREY, aged 55 years.

The Malone Palladium, 3 Nov 1864, page 2

SAMUEL W. SILSBEE, of the 106th Regiment N.Y.Vols., eldest son of Alfred Silsbee, of Bangor, was struck by a fragment of a shell, and instantly killed near Winchester, Va., on the 19?th of September last.

This, it will be remembered, was Sheridan's first battle for the possession of the Valley, and the 106th Regiment was in the heat of the engagement and suffered heavily.

This is the second son Mr. Silsbee has lost during the war. He has two more in the service.

HORACE C. SMITH, of West Bangor, belonging to Co. D 98th N.Y.V., was killed by a shot through the heart in the charge on the enemy's line made by Gen. Butler's forces on the 30?th of Sept. last.

Mr. SMITH was nearly two years in the service - counting both terms - and had shown himself a brave soldier, never shrinking from danger, and even seeming to delight in it. His funeral will be attended by Elder Starkey in East Dickinson on the 13?th inst.

The Malone Palladium, 10 Nov 1864, page 3

Died.

In Brandon, Nov 6th, 1864, AMANDA M., wife of Charles Adams and daughter of John M. Thomas, in the 39th year of her age.

She lived a Christian life and died in Jesus' arms.

ANDREW J. BRYANT, of the 142d N.Y.S.V., Co. A died August 24, 1864, in the Hampton Hospital, at Fortress monroe, Va., aged 33 years.

He fell a victim to that dire scourge of our noble army, Chronic Diarrhea.

He entered the service of his country at the time his REgiment was formed, and up to the time that he was unable to do duty, he was a true soldier. He was also a soldier of the cross of Christ, and for some years had lived a faithful life. Though of a quiet, reserved disposition and character, he still manifested to those who knew him best, the sweet spirit of one who was in communion with his God. A day or two before his death, he said, "I have trusted my Savior, and tried to follow him while in health, and now in afflication and pain, he is with me."

His residence, before he enlisted, was Moira, N.Y., where his widowed mother still lives to mourn the loss in the death of two dutiful sons who have fallen upon the altar of their country.

This noble woman, with a heart loving her country next to her God, at the commencement of this unholy pro-slavery Rebellion, had five healthy, robust sons, to whom she said, "Go, your country has need of you." They went' two have fallen, and the remaining three are still battling for God and the right.

May their lives be spared to see their countrye saved, and to sit beneath the overarching dome of the great temple of Constitutional liberty, and equal rights to all men.

A kind friend has sent the following "Lines" to the mother: [the poem is not transcribed].

The Malone Palladium, 17 Nov 1864, page 3

Died.

In this village, on Thursday night, Nov. 3?d, WILLIAM P. THORNDIKE, son of Capt. S. C. F. Thorndike, aged 23 years.

In Albany Nov. 3d, JONNIE, youngest son of Doctor [Liston?], aged 2 years.

The Malone Palladium, 24 Nov 1864, page 3

Married.

Nov. 9, by Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. DAVID S. CUNNINGHAM, of Huntingdon, C. E., to Miss MARY MASON, of Malone.

Nov. 19, by Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. ISRAEL BISMET to Miss ELIZABETH DEQUET, both of this place.

Died.

In Constable, on Thursday, the 17th inst., Mrs. A. A. CHILDS, wife of John Childs, aged 65 years.

The Malone Palladium, 1 Dec 1864, page 3

Died.

Another veteran has passed away, NARUM BURBANK died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Hastings, in Constable, Franklin Co., N.Y. The same grace that sustained him through a long life also sustained him during his protracted illness. His patience was particularly observable. He fell asleep quietly and peacefully, on the morning of Novermber [?]th, 1864, aged 38?. He was the son of Capt. Abijah Burbank, of Milbury, Mass. He built the [?] in Massachusetts, and it was in his family that the art of making paper? in the webb instead of sheets was discovered and a patent obtained which has been in extended? use for [?] years. Eastern Papers please copy.

Lines on the death of Mrs. MARVIN BERRY, of West Bangor, who died Aug. 19?th, in the 63??d year of her age: [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 1 Dec 1864, page 2

A Man Shot.

JAMES HOOPER, formerly of Montreal, but for the last four years in the employ of S. A. FERGUSON, of this town, was accidentally shot on Sunday afternoon last, by his cousin Antoine? KING in Bellmont, two miles east of the Walker Moody saw mill. It appears that the deceased and Adam Catman left home on Friday last for the purpose of securing some venison, and in their travels stopped at King's. - On Sunday they all went out together, and in returning, King was in the advance, Catman next and Hooper in the rear. King held the breech of his gun under his arm, covered by his coat skirts, with the muzzle extending out behind, when by some cause unknown to him the gun discharged; the ball grazed Catman and entered the right breat of Hooper, passing through his body; he fell back and said "I must die here," and expired. The deceased was 32 years old - was temperate, honest and industrious. He was married at the age of nineteen years to a women five years his senior - whom he leaves with nine childre, and an aged widowed mother, all of whom were dependant on him for their daily support.

The Malone Palladium, 8 Dec 1864, page 3

In Belleville, N.Y., Dec. 1st, by Rev. G. W. Divall, Mr. ARCHIE HOLLENBECK of Ft. Covington, N.Y., to Miss AMELIA L. A. TALLCOTT of the former place.

At West Plattsburgh, on the 23d ult., at the residence of Mr. Frederick Baker, by Rev. C. C. Bedell, Mr. JOHN W. BENSON, of Chateaugay, and Miss HULDAH OSTRANDER, of the former place.

The Malone Palladium, 15 Dec 1864, page 2

Horrible Rail Road Accident.

A horrible and fatal accident occurred on the Ogdensburgh rail roat at Brush's Mills, last Friday. A young lad about 16 years of age, named McMahan, was returning from school at noon, just as a freight train was passing. As many careless boys do, he caught hold of one of the cars to get a ride for a few rods, and in getting off he fell so as to bring his neck directly across the rail while the cars were still in motion. The wheel struck his neck, instantly severing his head from the body; the body sprang several times into the air, in the convulsions which followed.

This case should be a warning to boys not to cathc, or hang upon the cars while they are approaching or leaving the stations. It s a dangerous and foolhardy practice.

The Malone Palladium, 15 Dec 1864, page 3

[very difficult to read]

Married.

In Ogdensburth, at the M. E. Parsonage, by Rev. [?] Rickey, on the 8?th inst., Mr. LORENZO ROSS? to Miss MARIETTA C. BOWEN, both of Bangor, N.Y.

Died.

Very suddenly, in this village, on Saturday morning, Dec. 10th?, of Convolutions? Mrs. C?. C?c. [?], wife of JOhn [?], aged [?] years

The Malone Palladium, 22 Dec 1864, page 3

Died.

After three hours illness, in this village, on Saturday morning, Dec. 10th, of Puerperal Convulsions, Mrs. C. C. GODSO, wife of John Godso, aged 37 years. She leaves a disconsolate husband and 7 childre to mourn her loss. [this is the same as the one on the previous date that i could not read!]

Mr. John Godso and family would return their heartfelt thanks to the firends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown them in their sudden and great affliction.

In Bangor, Dec. 6, CAMDEN C. CLEVELAND, in the 59th year of his age.

In the General Hospital, Frederick City, M.D., in July last, from wounds received in battle, Mr. PAUL HEBBLER, 106th Reg't, N.Y.S.V., aged 31 years. He was from the town of Franklin, in this County. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss.

In Malone, at the residence of his son, O. Crooks, Mr. JOHN CROOKS, in the 88th year of his age.

Funeral at the residence of O. Crooks at 11 o'clock to-day.

The Malone Palladium, 22 Dec 1864, page 2

Another Soldier Fallen.

WILLIAM BAKER, of Co. K, 3d Reg't. N.H.V. was shot and instatnly killed on the 27th of October last, while the 10th [?] managed a determined charge at the enemy, of the Charles City Road, in front of Richmond.

The subject of the above notice was 27 years of age. He was born in Peru, Clinton Co., N.Y., but removed to Franklin, Franklin Co. about three years ago, where he resided when he enlisted. He was a young man of exemplary habits, and was loved and respected by all who knew him.

He leaves a wife (the daughter of Ira Lampson,) and a numerous circle of friends to mourn his untimely death. So it is, "in the midst of life we are in death."

Thus at one blow the young wife has lost a loving husband; the community a worthy and respected citizen; the M. E. Church a consistent and active member, and the Union a brave defender. But what is their loss is his etenal gain, as he died with the blest assurance of a glorious immortality.

His mottow was "his first service to his God, his next to his country."

Plattsburgh papers please notice the above.

The Malone Palladium, 29 Dec 1864, page 3

[difficult to read, especially the marriages which also have a portion cut off]

Married.

[...] Dec. [?], [...] by the Rev. M? K? [?], Mr. THO. D. TAY[? - cut off perhaps TAYLOR?], of this place, to Miss MARY M. BARNUM?, of [cut off].

[...]lage, on the 22d inst., by the Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. [...] MENEY? BARTON? of [?], to Miss [cut off] McCHESNEY, daghter of Geo. Mc[?]

[...]dence of the bride's fahter, [...] Corse, [?] by Rev. [?] [... maybe ends with CHANT?] to Miss MARY [...].

Died.

In the St. John's Hosptial, at Anapolis, Md., October [?] ult., DAVID DARLING of Burke, aged [?] years.

Darling was wounded at Chapin's Farm, Va., by a ball [entering?] his heel and fracturing the bone. While lying upon the field he was struck by a second ball which went in at the point of the shoulder and came out under the arm. He fell into the hands of the enemy, but was paroled and sent to the hospital at Anapolis, where he died five days after reaching the hospital. He was a member of Co. H, 142d Reg't. he leaves a wife and family in Burke, to mourn his loss.

Near Fort Darling, Va., May 14, 1864, GEORGE W. GREEN, son of John and Mary Delarm, of Fort Covington, in the 18th eyar of his age. George enlisted in Co. D. 18th Reg't N.Y.V., Nov. 29, 1864.

In the army hospital, near Petersburgh, Va., August 18th last, MOSES CUMMINS, of Westville, in the 44th year of his age. Mr. Cummins enlisted in Co. D, 98th N.Y.V., in Oct. 1861. he leaves a wife and nine children to mourn his loss.

In West Bangor, Dec. 24th, of Diptheria, MATTIE, daughter of Hiram and Frances Baker, aged 3? years and 9 months. [poem not transcribed]