Marriages and Deaths from The Malone Palladium in 1865

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, 5 Jan 1865, page 3


In Chateaugay, Dec. 28th, by the Rev. F. E. Osborne, Mr. SILAS W. HATCH to Miss FRANK A., daughter of Dr. H. S. Farnsworth, all of Chateaugay.

In Trout River, on Saturday, Dec. 31st, 1864, at the residence of the bride's father, by H. E. Warren, Esq., Mr. JAMES DASSENCE fo Chateaugay, to Miss MATILDA VANDERVOORT.


In North Bangor, Dec. 16th, of Consumption, Mrs. RHODA S. BENNETT, daughtr of A. Gibson, aged 23 years.

In Malone, on the 25th inst., Corporal HENRY REMINGTON, Co. A, 93d Reg't, N.Y. Vols., aged 44 years.

Corporal Remington was wounded in October last, near Petersburgh, and had been in Hospital since that time. On the 18th he received a furlough to come home, and arrived here on Friday the 23d, and died on the following Sunday. - He leaves a wife and two children.

The Malone Palladium, 5 Jan 1865, page 2

Fatal Accident.

PETER MURPHY, of this place, came to his death last Thursday, in a shocking manner. - He was in the village during the evening previous, and between nine and ten o'clock went to the entrance of Wm Green's grocery, and stood for some time in conversation with one or two companions who were with him - one of them, we believe, a nephew. After standing there a short time, the door being closed for the night, Murphy fell down into the doorway. His companions tried to get him up, but he made no effort to rise, nor answered any of their inquiries, when one of them remarking that if he would not get up they would leave him there, and accordingly went away. In the morning Murphy was found lying there still, unable to move or speak. A physician was called, but to no avail. Murphy lingered till eleven o'clock when he


In falling he sustained a severe contusion on the left face and temple, fracturing the skull. He never spoke after his fall.

It may strike the reader as it does us, as being a little singular that his companions should have lef the unfortunate man as they did. - But we give the statement as we learn it, and leave other to supply causes. it was a sad misfortune, and a cause of mourning to a wife and family.

The Malone Palladium, 12 Jan 1865, page 3


In West Bangor, at the residence of the bride's father, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. [?] Hildreth, Mr. CYRUS S. ROCKWELL to Miss MARY A., daughter of Jason Baker, Esq., all of West Bangor.


At Harrisburgh, Va, Dec. 6, Mr. ISAAC FAY, 16th Reg't Invalid Corps, aged 38? years. He was from this town, and enlisted in the 142d Regiment, from which he was transferred to the 16th Reg't I.C. He fell in action, nobly fighting for the right. Peace be to his ashes.

In Malone, Dec. 28, of quick Consumption, HERBERT A., only son of Lydia and Abel Mildreth, aged 5 years and 10 months.

In New Orleans, July 6, 1864, Corporal TALMADGE B. SMITH, of North Bangor, N.Y., and a member of Co. H, 2d Veteran Cavalry, N.Y. Vols., aged 19 years and 11 days.

Young Smith enlisted in the fall of 1863, and was sent to the extreme south. He was through the Red River expedition in the early part of 1864, where so many of our brave boys suffered the greatest hardships. His funeral will be attended at the Church in North Bangor, on Sunday, Jan. 15th inst., at 11 o'clock, A.M.

In Brandon, on Thursday, the 5th January, inst., Mr. WILDER D. TAYLOR, aged thirty-one years.

The Malone Palladium, 19 Jan 1865, page 3


January 11, 1865, at Lawrenceville, by the Rev. [?] B. Cutier, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. JAMES MITCHELL, of Chateaugay, to Miss AMELIA E. ROCKWELL.


In Westville, on the 15th inst., of Diptheria, LILLIAN GERTRUDE, daughter of Loren and Sarah Donaldson, aged 10 months.

In Clinton, Dewitt Co., Ill., on the 10th inst., NATHAN W. SEELEY, formerly of Malone, aged 76 years.

In West Bangor, Dec. 29th of diptheria, FREDDIE, only son of G. P. and L. C. Mulholland, aged 5 years 2? months and 10 days.

At City Point, Nov. the 21st, of Typhoid Fever, CLARK L. HALEY, of Battery H, 1st N.Y. Vol. Artillery, son of Benjamin and Juliett Haley, of Constable, in his 18th year.

The Malone Palladium, 26 Jan 1865, page 3


At Field Hospital, Harpers Ferry, Md. Oct. 16, 1864, WAIT HINMAN, 6th Independent Battery, N.Y. Vols., aged 38? years.

His funeral will be attended at Constable, on Sunday, Jan. 29?th, at 1 o'clock, P.M.

In the Rebel Prison-house at Salisbury, N.C., on the 22d of October last, DAVID A. BEMIS, of Co. I, 47th Reg't, N.Y. Vols, aged 21 years.

The funeral sermon will be preached at the Baptist Church in this village on Sunday February 5th.

The Malone Palladium, 26 Jan 1865, page 2

Terrible Calamity

Six Persons Consumed

The dwelling house of Robert Forsyth, in the town of Macomb, in this county, was entirely consumed by fire, on Monday night or Tuesday morning last, and all of the inmates consisting of six persons, namely Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson father and mother of Mrs. Forsyth, and a daughter of Mrs. Forsyth, aged about eighteen years and grand daughter aged two years, perished in the flames. Parties who passed the house at twelve o'clock on Monday night, state there was no indication of fire at that time. It is the opinion of some, that the fire was entirely accidental, as the position of the remains of the inmates favor the belief that they had not been distured, after retiring. - Ogdensburgh Journal, 19th.

The Malone Palladium, 2 Feb 1865, page 3


In this village, Friday, jan. 20, ALBERT CURTIS, twin son of Stephen and Persis Gile, aged 6 years and 10 months.

The Malone Palladium, 9 Feb 1865, page 3


In Burlington, Jan. 26?, 1865, at the residence of his son-in-law, Samuel Huntington, Esq., Mr. ENOS WALKER, formerly of Bangor, aged 84 years.

In Burke, on the 22d of January, ult., PETER B. DAVENPORT, aged 77 years.

He was buried with Masonic honors, by the members of Northern Constellation Lodge of Malone.

The Malone Palladium, 16 Feb 1865, page 3


In Bellmont, at the residence of the bride's father, on the 9th inst., by the Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. GEORGE C. TAYLOR, to Miss AMELIA A. WILLIAMSON, all of Belmont.

In Bangor, on the 13?th inst., by Rev. B. Marvin, Mr. ORSAMUS CROOK, of Malone, to Mrs. ELLEN WILCOX, of the former place.


In Chateaugay, Jan. 10, CLARISSA L., wife of Cyrus Merrill, aged 33 years, 4 days.

In Lowville, N.Y., Jan. 13?, Mr. RUFUS STEPHENS, (father of R. R. Stephens of this place,) aged 85 years.

In Eugene City, Oregon, Dec. 13?, EUGENE F. SKINNER, (only brother of Gen. St. John B. L. Skinner,) aged 55 years.

The Malone Palladium, 23 Feb 1865, page 3


In Constable, Feb. 16th, by Rev. R. R. Deming, Mr. ELIAKIM R. SALIS, of Burke, and Miss MARTHA J. DOUGLASS, of Chateaugay.

At the residence of the bride's father, Wilmington, N.Y., Feb 13?, by Rev. J. Turner, Mr. A. R. FULLER to Miss F. E. BLISS of Wilmington. No cards.


In Austin, Minn., Oct. 12, 1864, of Palsy, Rev. STEPHEN COOK, aged 69 years.

Mr. Cook resided in Malone, many years ago, and will be remembered by some of the older inhabitants.

In Westville, Feb. 12, 1865, of Typhoid Fever, ORANGE G., son of Elnathan H. and Eveline Noble, aged 19 years and 8 months.

Suddenly and unexpectedly has this sever affliction fallen upon this family. An elder son on the battle fields of Virginia was the object of their deep anxiety, but Orange, not being of military age, was thought safe in the home circle. But the message came, and all of earthly hope centering in this son was suddenly cut off.

In Malone, Feb. 6th, of Consumption, GEORGE W., eldest son of John and Charlotte Thompson, aged 19 years, 6 months, and 8 days.

At the residence of his son in law, John B. Broughton, in this town, on the 17th inst., Mr. JOSIAH STICKNEY, in his 78th year.

The Malone Palladium, 2 Mar 1865, page 3


At Brush's Mills, N.Y., on the 23d inst., by J. C. Farnsworth, Esq., Sergt. J. D. HARDY, a member of the 98th Reg't, N.Y. Vols., and a resident of Bangor, to Miss LOUISA A. KING of Malone.

In Moira, at Pierce's Hotel, Feb. 26th, by Hon. Sidney Lawrence, MYRON E. BERRY, and Miss JENNY S. BOWLES, both of Bangor.

They did not omit to send the Printer's fee.


In this village, on Sunday morning, Feb. 26, Mrs. SALLY, wife of Aaron Beman, aged 65 years.

She had been an invalid for the last 30 years.

The Malone Palladium, 9 Mar 1865, page 3


In Watertown, N.Y., Feb. 28, 1865, by Rev. Theodore Babcock, Mr. S. S. WILLARD to Miss SARAH C. LATHROP, both of Malone. No cards.


In this village, on Sunday morning, Feb. 26, Mrs. SALLY, wife of Aaron Beman, aged 65 years.

She had been an invalid for the last 30 years.

In Chateaugay, on the 3d inst., of Consumption, Mr. THEODORE T. S. BEMAN, aged 55 years.

The Malone Palladium, 16 Mar 1865, page 3

In Duane, Feb. 22d, Mr. JOHN YOUNG, aged 69? years.

The Malone Palladium, 23 Mar 1865, page 3


In Westville, March 16?th, after a protracted illness of five months, which he [...] patience and Christian resignation, Mr. SAMUEL B? HADLEY, in the 56 th year of his age.

In the death of Mr. Hadley, society has lost one of its most active and useful members. He was honest in his dealings, true to his engagements, and punctual in all his transactions with his fellow men. He was, also, kind and genial in his disposition - always ready to assist the poor and helpless, and ready and willing to contribute to the promotion of what he believed to be true and useful. He was a Universalist in sentiment, and his faith was dear to him. During the few last days of his life, he talked much about going home - said he should be happy then. But he has gone, leaving a wife and three children, the eldest in the army, to mourn his departure. May the consolation of the gospel be with them, and enable them to bow [?] to the dispensation of an overruling Providence.


In Brasher Falls, March 14, at the residence of Thomas Jones, Esq., by Rev. S. W. Pratt, Mr. HORACE W. HOOKER, of Bangor, to Miss ELIZABETH LANGDON, of Moira.

The Malone Palladium, 30 Mar 1865, page 3


In St. Albans, Vt., March 22d, by Rev. D. W. Dayton, Mr. CYRELL HUTCHINS, of Constable, to Miss PAMELIA R?, daughter of J. R?. Adams? of Malone.


At Westvile, n.Y., March 10, 1865, ELEANOR E?., wife of Charles S. W. Greene, aged 25? years.

While a Prisoner of War, in Salisbury, N.C., JOHN A. TRuMBLE, a member of the 106th N.Y.V., aged 38? years and 6 months.

The Malone Palladium, 6 Apr 1865, page 2


Suddenly, March, 19th, in the Christian's hope, which he had cherished some years, and in sweet resignation, JUDSON A. BERRY, of Libertyville, Lake Co., Ill, son of Dea. J. BERRY, of Malone. Mr. B. was 32? years of age, and left a wife to whom he had been married but ten months.

At Brandon, in this County, on the 30th day of March, 1865, EMERY FERRIS, member of Co. G, 11th N.Y.S. VOl. Cavalry, aged 38? years and 10 months.

In this village, on the 5th inst., Mr. WILLIAM SABIN, aged 48? years.

Funeral from his late residence on Catherine street, at [?] o'clock to-morrow, Friday, afternoon.

The Malone Palladium, 13 Apr 1865, page 2


In Malone, April 1st, 1865, by S. A. Culver, Esq., Mr. CALVIN WHEELER to Miss ELIZABETH RIDGES, both of Bellmont.

Also, by the same, on the 3d inst., Mr. WILLIAM HARRIS to Miss AMELIA DIBBLE, all of Malone.

The Malone Palladium, 20 Apr 1865, page 3


In Moira, on the 18th inst., at the residence of Mr. Wm. J. Conger, Esq., by Rev. T. Richey, Mr. ALONZO T. RICHEY of Bellmont, to Miss ZILPHA E. CONBER of the former place.


In the town, the 8th inst., COLUMBIA C., daughter of H. W. and Phidelia B. Ketchum, aged 23 years and 8? months.

The Malone Palladium, 27 Apr 1865, page 3


In this village, at the residence of the bride's father, Benjamin Hawkins, on the 18?th inst., by Rev. A. E. Corse, Mr. CYRUS A. LEONARD to Miss MARY A. HAWKINS, all of Malone.

At South Bangor, at the residence of Mrs. Ellis, on the 23d inst., by Rev. B. Marvin, Mr. OLIVER ELLIS to Miss FANNY BARKER, of Bellville, Jefferson Co., N.Y.

In Franklin on the 18th inst. at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. B. F. lamson, by C. Williamson, Esq., Mr. WM F. MARTIN, of Harrietstown, to Miss SARAH E. LAMSON, of the former place.


In Dickinson, March 14th, of Consumption, HELLEN M., daughter of J. and L. Prentice, aged 22? years, 1 month and 18 days.

In Bellmont, on Monday morning, April 17th, after a short and painful illness of 5 days, Mr. MOSLEY POTTER, in the 70th year of his age.

In this town, on the 10th inst., Mr. ASA BASSETT, in the 69th year of his age.

Mr. Bassett settled in this place in 1820, having removed here from Hinesburgh, Vt. For forty-five years he bore a character without reproach, and in a ripe old age he has been gathered to his rest. He was a faithful and consistent member of the Baptist Church in this place, exemplifying in his daily walk the doctrines and precepts of that faith which he professed. As a neighbor, a citizen and a friend he was universally esteemed by all who knew him. He leaves a large circle of friends and relatives.

The Malone Palladium, 4 May 1865, page 3


At the residence of the bride's mother, Chateaugay, N.Y., April 18, by the Rev. A. M. Millar, Mr. T. W. CANTWELL, of Montreal, C. E., to Miss MAGGIE A., daughter of the late Hon. H. B. Smith, of the former place. No cards.

The Malone Palladium, 11 May 1865, page 3


In Jackson City, Mich., on the 15th April ult., by Rev. L. R. Fisk, Mr. ROBERT REASNER, of Jackson City, to Miss MINA E. MERRILL, daughter of Bela S. Merrill, Esq., of Bellmont, N.Y.

In Westville, on the 7th inst., by Elisha Hollister, Esq., Mr. SALMON W. BURR and Miss sUSAN E. ADAMS, all of Westville.


In Chateaugay, N.Y., of quick consumption, April 19th, 1865, ANDREW COOD, aged twenty-seven years and twenty one days.

The Malone Palladium, 18 May 1865, page 2


In Williston, Vt., February 16th, by the Rev. J. W. Hough, Lieut. H. W. BROWNELL, Co. G, 6th Regt., Vt. Vet. Vols, to Miss MARTHA J. DELONG, daughter of the late Robert Delong, of Lewis N.Y.


In this town, May 11th, CLAYTON C., son of N. W. and A. F. Parker, aged one year and nine months. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 25 May 1865, page 2


In Hospital, Alexandria, Va., April 10th, of wounds received in action at Fort [?]man, Va., March 25th, DARIAS O. DAVIS, a member of Co. [?], 14th N.Y.H.A., son of Jonathan and Elmira Davis, of Brandon, aged 18? years.

In this town, May 14?th of Typhoid Fever, MARY JANE DICKEY, aged 35? years.

The Malone Palladium, 1 Jun 1865, page 2


In Hudson, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, May 15th, by J. S. Moffat, Esq., Mr. BENJAMIN S. GILMAN, of Richmond, Wis., to Miss KEZIAH M. WILCOX, a Malone, N.Y.


In this village, May 27th, of Liver Complaint, Mrs. SYBIL FISK, relict of Elijah Fisk, in the 77th year of her age.

In Watertown, N.Y., Thursday, May 25th, HATTIE E. FERGUSON, daughter of Hon. A. W. Ferguson, of this place. aged 8? years and 7 months.

The intelligence of the departure of little Hattie found those who at a distance had watched the painful vicissitudes of her disease not wholly unprepared to learn of its fatal issue. And yet, it awakened in all who had known her the deepest grief at her early death, and the tenderest sympathy for those who had thus been so sorely bereaved. In her was combined all the exuberance and natuarlness of childhood with much of the maturity of thought which comes generally only with later years. An intense affectionateness, and entire docility, and a constant and intelligent conscientionscous, those qulities made her a joy at home, an endeared companion among her playmates, a faithful and enthusiastic Sunday School scholar, one for whose future in life the brightest hopes might well be entertained. Certainly [?] will look back with loving regret upon her memory, many a childish eye will grow dim and heart will ache as it thinks of the dear one who was so soon taken away. But God did not see fit to spare her to us for a longer time, and the hearts of the stricken ones are made glad in the bountiful testimony of her trust in that Saviour whom she had already learned to love. [short quote not transcribed - too difficult to read]

The Malone Palladium, 8 Jun 1865, page 2


In Constable, May 29th, by Rev. Mr. Flemming, Mr. S. A. BRADFORD, of Malone, to Miss EMMA BARNEY, of Fort Covington.


In this town, on the 5th inst., Miss ELIZABETH B. SPERRY, aged 43? years.

The Malone Palladium, 15 Jun 1865, page 3


In Bangor, June 8th, by A. Hutchins, Esq., Mr. Monroe Rogers and Miss CHRISTIANA JARVIS, both of Dickinson.

On the 13th inst., by the Rev. A. Miller, at the residence of the bride's father, HARVEY MILLS, Esq., merchant, of Athelstane, C. E., to CLARISSA AMELIA, eldest daughter of George Hall, Esq., of North Burke, Franklin County, N.Y.

Several bountiful slices of the "bridal loaf" were forwarded to us with the above notice. A thousand thanks.

The Malone Palladium, 15 Jun 1865, page 3


In this town, on the 12th inst., of Consumption, AMANDER B. REX, son of Eleazer and Sophia Rex, aged twenty years, four months and six days.

At Smithville, N.C., May 10th, WILLIAM A. ELLSWORTH, Co. G, 142d Reg't N.Y.S.V., aged 28? years, son of H. W. Ellsworth of Fort Covington. His funeral sermon will be preached on Sunday the 18th inst., at Westville Meeting House.

In Hospital Jarvis, Baltimore, Md., May 25th, of Typhoid Fever and Pneumonia, EDGAR J. DIKE, of Co. K, 193d, N.Y. Vols., aged 16 years 1 month and 98 days, farmerly of Bangor. Funeral service at South Bangor, on Sunday, the 18th inst., at 1 o'clock, p.m.

The Malone Palladium, 22 Jun 1865, page 3


In Jay, Essex Co., May 31st, by Rev. Mr. Stokman, Mr. J. P. FISK, of Crown POint, to Miss PAMELIA E?. BOWMEN??, of the former place.


In this village, at the residence of his father, on Wednesday the 14th inst., of Consumption, JESSE B. PERKINS, son of Hiram and Amy Perkins, aged 24 years, 1 month and 16? days.

Thus early in life has passed away a young man of exemplary habits who was loved and respected by all who knew him. He was buried on Friday with masonic honors.

The Malone Palladium, 29 Jun 1865, page 2


In Champlain, Saturday evening, 24th inst., Mrs. CATHARINE A. HOYLE, wife of Hon. G. V. Hoyle, aged 47 years and 1 month.

The Malone Palladium, 6 Jul 1865, page 2

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The Malone Palladium, 13 Jul 1865, page 2

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The Malone Palladium, 20 Jul 1865, page 2


In Chateaugay, July 17, by Rev. F. E. Osborne, Mr. JAMES D. WALLACE, of Newberne, N.C., to Miss JANE H. SPENCER, of Burke, N.Y.

In Bangor, on the 19th inst., by the Rev. A. McLaven, Mr. GEORGE W. DRURY, of Malone, to Mrs. LYDIA BRADLEY, of Bangor.

In Titusville, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. A. Miller, Mr. ALVIN AVERY, to Miss MATILDA E. CUNNINGHM, both of Malone.


In South Bombay, July 17th, GEORGE F. BURGESS, Esq., after a long illness of consumption. In the death of Mr. B. the town loses one of its best citizens.

The Malone Palladium, 27 Jul 1865, page 2


In Chateaugay, July 20, 1865, by Rev. E. Briggs, Mr. GEORGE W. JACKSON, of Lowell, Mass., to Miss HELLEN J. JOHNSON, of Malone.


In this village, on the 16th inst., AGNES E. THORNDIKE, daughter Gen S. C. F. Thorndike, and wife of Geo. Hawkins, Esq., Cashier of the Bank of Malone, aged 33? years.

The Malone Palladium, 3 Aug 1865, page 2


In this village, on Thursday afternoon, 27th inst., of hemmorage of the bowels, MARION M. FISK, wife of John Law, aged 19 years.

The Malone Palladium, 10 Aug 1865, page 2


In Malone, August 6th, by Rev. A. Miller, Mr. THEOPILAS HURLBURT, to Miss DELIA CLARK, of Bellmont.

July 31st, by the Rev. Mr. Savage, Mr. JOHN S HURMAN, of Albany, to Miss MARY A. NOYES, of Boston.


In Lowell, Mass., May 30, 1865, of dropsy and quick consumption, DUDLEY C. SPENCER, aged 29 years.

His remains were brought to Fort Covington for interment.

The Malone Palladium, 17 Aug 1865, page 2


In this village, on Thursday, August 10th, by Rev. Mr. Corse, Mr. HARTLEY BAXTER, and Miss BELL A. McINTOSH.

In Spring Valley, Minn., at the residence of J. Q. Farmer, Esq., by the Rev. L. S. Griggs, Mr. J. FRED COOK, of Austin, Mower Co., Minn., to Miss E. ADDIE CARPENDER, daughter of the late Dr. Carpender, of Painsville, Ohio.

In Chateaugay, August 10th, by Rev. F. E. Osborne, Mr. OLIVER LEDUE, of Ellenburgh Center, to Miss MARY JOHNSON, of the same place.

August 15th, by the same, Mr. EDMUND SPENCER, of Malone, to Miss OLDIE ROACH, of Clinton, N.Y.


In this village, on the 12th inst., FRANKIE, aged 2 years, 8? months and 12 days, son of D. F. and Martha P. Soper.

Frankie was a loved and loving child, and could kind friends or attentive physicians have stayed death's doings. Mr. N Mrs. Soper would have been spared the anguish of parting with their little one; but alas, the anxiety of friends, and skills of physicians proved unavailing. The bow was bent, the arrow sped, and Frankie was the victim.

With our afflicted friends we drop the sympathetic tear, and look beyond this vale of sorrow, to that home above where we see [poem not transcribed]

In Westville, August 9th, 1865, ROBBIE E. CLARK, only son of Robert and Maritte Clark, aged 9 months and 10 days.

In Vermontville, Friday, Aug. 11th, Mrs. CHAUNCY WILLIAMSON, aged 42 years.

The Malone Palladium, 23 Aug 1865, page 2


In this village, on the 17th inst., by F. P. Allen, Justice of the Peace, Mr. LUKE TEBO to Miss CATHARINE LAMITIE, both of this town.

In St. Albans, Vt., on the 22d ult., by the Rev. Mr. Dayton, Mr. WILLIAM H. EMERY, of Burlington, Vt., to Miss HELEN E. GREENE, of the former place.

In this village, at St. Mark's Church, on Thursday morning, 17th inst., by Rev. C. F. Robertson, EDWIN R. WHITE and GRACE HOOKER, both of Buffalo.


In this village, Aug. 12th, JULIETT, daughter of Benjamin and Juliett Haley, aged 1 year and 11 months.

In this village, on Sunday, 20th inst., LUCIA, daughter of B. S. W. & A. L. Clark, aged 7 months.

In Westville, on the 21st inst., LIBBY ELEANOR, only child of Charles S. W. Greeno, aged two years, eleven months and fourteen days.

The Malone Palladium, 31 Aug 1865, page 2


In Bellmont, on the 20th inst., FREDDIE, son of Charles F. and Martha J. Kirby, aged 2 years.

The Malone Palladium, 7 Sep 1865, page 2


In this town, July 15 ult., by Enoch Lester, Esq., Mr. FLETCHER JOINER to Mrs. CATHARINE S. MATHEWS, both of Malone.

The Malone Palladium, 14 Sep 1865, page 2


At the residence of the bride's parents in Constable, Sept 7th, 1865, by Rev. A. Wells, Mr. J. H?. CHARD, of Lawrence, Mass., to Miss CORDELIA A ROBBINS, of Constable, N.Y.

The happy couple have our thanks for a liberal donation of cake.


In Bangor, Sept. 9th, 1865, AMY M. HOLLENBACH, only child of SAMUEL and JENNETTE HOLLEMBACH, aged 1 year, 10 months and 12 days.

In North Bangor, Sept. 1st, HAYDEN D., son of Harry and Betsey KING, in the 23d year of his age.

The Malone Palladium, 21 Sep 1865, page 2


At Alburgh Spa, on the 19th inst., by Rev. C. B. Cady, Capt. P. SHELLY SINCLAIR, of Watertown, N.Y., late of the 60th N.Y. Vols., to Miss CARRIE E. BUTLER, of Alburgh Spa. No Cards.

At Flanagan's Hotel, in this village, on the 14th inst., by F. F. Allen, Justice of the Peace, Mr. CHARLES R. ARNOLD to Mrs. SARAH E. PERISO?, both of Franklin, in this County.

The Malone Palladium, 28 Sep 1865, page 3


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In St. Mark's Church, Malone, on Tuesday, Sept. 26th, by the Rev. Dr. Lowell, of Duanesburgh, the Rev. C. F. Robertson, Tector of St. Mark's Church, to PERMELIA?, daughter of the late James Duane, Esq. of Duane?.

At Bangor, on the 20th inst., by Rev. A. McLaren?, Mr. SAMUEL BOWLES, to Mrs. FLORETTA CLEAVELAND, widow fo the late Mr. Cleaveland of the Army of the Union, [?] Drury's Bluff


In this village, on the 24th inst., after a brief illness, FRANCES CAROLINE CHENEY?, wife of William H?. Palmer, aged 28? years.

In Pallatine, Cook Co., Ill., on the 14th? inst., of Cholera Infantum, DEXTER TOWN, youngest son of Thomas W. and Matilda S. Rich, aged 1 year and 8 months.

In Bangor, on th 23d inst., Mrs. SUSAN ADAMS, wife of Hiram Adams, in the 66?th year of her age.

In this town, Sept., 21?st, IDA [?], twin daughter, aged 8 years and 4 months, and, Sept. 26?th, Orlia? E., aged 1 year and 5 monhs, children of Harry and Harriet E. Bemis.

The Malone Palladium, 5 Oct 1865, page 2


In the Baptist Church, in this village, on Wednesday morning, 4th inst., by Rev. Thomas Cull, SEYMOUR E. BUTTOLEN and ELIZA A. BREWSTER, all of Malone.

At the residence of the bride's father, Sept. 30th, by Rev. Mr. Bramly, of Fort Covington, JOSEPH MARSHAL, a returned veteran, to MAGGIE, only daughter of Joseph McDonald, Esq., all of Fort Covington. No cards.


In Westville, on the 27th ult., DAVID M FREEMAN, in the 47th year of his age.

The Malone Palladium, 12 Oct 1865, page 2


At the residence of George D. Bell, in this town, on the 4?th inst., by Rev. J. R. Herrick, Mr. ALVAH J. FRENCH and Miss LUCY F. BELL, both of Franklin, Vt.

In Burke, on the 10th inst., by Rev. T. Richey, Mr. FRANK HOLLENBANK?, to Miss MARY A. RICHEY, both of Burke.

In Vineland, N.J., Oct. 4th, by the Rev. Mr. Parsons, Mr. HENRY A. HOTCHKISS, of Malone, to Miss ELIZA HOLEBROOK, daughter of Benjamin Holebrook, of Vineland.


In this village, of Typhoid Fevr, at the residence of G. W. Fisher, Miss FRANCES P. KINGSBURY, daughter of Caleb Kingsbury, Esq., of Brookport, N.Y., aged 30 years.

In Malone, Oct. 1st, ADAM A. GREENO, son of Amost H. and Sophia M. Greeno, aged 34? years.

In Bangor, September 30th, MARY H. BURBANK, widow of the late John B. Burbank, in the 69?th year of her age. [short poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 19 Oct 1865, page 2


At St. Mark's Church, in this village, on Wednesday, Oct. 18th, by Rev. A. C. Treadway, LUCIUS C. FRANK?, Esq., of New York City, to Miss MARY L. HUTTON, daughter of the late Hon. John Hutton, of Malone.

Many thanks for the liberal remittance accompanying the request to publish the short notice.

In the Baptist Church, in Malone, Oct. 17th, by Rev. T. Cull, assisted by Rev. A. Miller, the Rev. C. N. THOMAS, of Fort Covington, to Miss M. H. MARTIN, of Malone.


In this village, on the 14th inst., EMILY E., daughter of [?] [?], aged [?] years.

The Malone Palladium, 26 Oct 1865, page 3


In this town on the 19th inst., by the Rev. Andrew Millar, Maj. FRED C. KING, (late U.R.A.,) and Miss MINA M. MOSES, of Plattsburgh, N.Y. No cards.

In Moira, N.Y., Oct. 16th, by Rev. H. Lancashire, HORACE L. DICKINSON to SARAH S. CHANDLER.

At the M. E. Parsonage, in this village, Oct. 1st, by Rev. A. R?. Corse, Mr. ABRAM P. PILLING, of Constable, to Miss MARY H. FITCH, of Burke.

At the M. E. Parsonage, in this village, Oct 22d, by Rev. A. E. Corse, Mr. HORACE [?] BRUNSON, to Miss BARBARA E. HOLLENBECK, both of Westville.


In this village, Thursday evening, the 19th inst., Mrs. CYNTHIA MAZUZAN, relict of the late John Mazuzan, Esq., in the 84th year of her age.

Mrs. Mazuzan was one of the oldest residents of the place, having come here in 1806?, and lived to see a flourishing village spring up from a wilderness. For many years she was a consistent member of the Congregational Church, and died in the full hope of receiving the reward promised to those who are faithful followers of Christ.

In Bangor, Oct 20th, of Typhoid fever, LESLIE E. KING, in the thirteenth year of his age. Also of the same disease, Oct 24th, ALBERT M., in his tenth year of his age, and WILBERT J KING, in the seventeenth year of his age, sons of Harry and Betsey King.

In Palatine, Cook Co., Ill., Oct. 17th of Typhoid fever, CALVIN WESCOTT, formerly of Malone, aged 44 years.

In Westville, on the 14th inst., of Croup, HORACE MILTON, only child of John M. and Maria E. Sanders, aged 1 year, 8 months and 18 days. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 2 Nov 1865, page 3


In this village, Oct. 27th, GEORGE P., only son of John E. and M. H. Fisk, aged 11 months and 18 days.

The Malone Palladium, 9 Nov 1865, page 2


In Burke, on the 26th ult., MARTHA, daughter of Lyman Lewis, aged 23 years.

In Delona, Wis., on the 24th ult., of Typhoid Fever, Mr. Wm. H. GILLESPIE, in his 29th year.

In Sandy Hill, N.Y., on the 5th inst., HENRY BROWN, formerly merchange in this village, aged about 40 years.

In this town, Nov. 2, ALBERT HICKOK, son of D. W. and Hannah M. Hickok, aged 16 years.

In Constable, Oct. 28, of Typhoid Pneumonia, ELIZA MELISSA, in the 17th year of her age; also on the 7th inst., of the same disease, JULIETTE ELVIRA, in the 15th year of her age, daughters of Cyrus H. and Sohpia A. Briggs. [poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 16 Nov 1865, page 3


Died suddenly, August 25th, 1865, of Heart disease, at the residence of his son-in-law Lyman Brown, near Bear Grove, Minnesota, HARRY HURLBURT, formerly of Malone, aged eighty years, eleven months and eighteen days.

In this village, on Sunday Nov. 12th, ADDIE M., daughter of R. A. & S. S. Delong, aged four years and four months.

On the morning of the 3rd inst., at her residence in Lima, of inflamation of the bowels, after a short illness, Mrs. CATHARINE C., wife of CHAS. M. TOWNSEND, aged 37 years.

Seldon has a community been so shocked and mortified as was ours, when the sudden death of this most estimable lady was announced. She was in apparent health and vigor a few days before her death, and so attached had her society become to those who knew her best, that the change o'erspread them with sorrow and gloom. She was the best of mothers, most affectionate of wives, and as a neighbor or friend could not be surpassed. She leaves a husband, three children, and a large circle of friends to mourn her loss. The family in this sore bereavement have the heartfelt sympathies of the community at large. She died in the hope of a blessed immortality gained, a fact that should be of great consolation to her every friend. - Allen County (Ohio) Democrat.

In Watertown, Mass., Nov. 9th, of Lung Fever, DELIA LIZANIA, wife of JAMES ALLEN, and daughter of S. M. HICKOK of Malone, N.Y., aged 34 years and 9 months.

By this sad event, a husband is deprived of a kind and affectionate wife, an only child of a tender and devoted mother, a widowed mother, brother and sisters of one they dearly loved. For many long years she has been a great sufferer, yet her sufferings were borne with uncomplaining submission. She was attended in her illness by kind and sympathizing friends, but all that tears and prayers, or human skill could do to save her, proved unavailing. Her Heavenly Father called - child, come home. She heard the call - and calmly and quietly yielded up her spirit into the hands of God, to help compost that crown of glory which will hereafter be worn by our Savior. Mournfully and tenderly the bereaved family bear on her remains to the home of her childhood, there to mingle her dust with the loved ones gone before her to the spirit land. [short poem not transcribed]

The Malone Palladium, 23 Nov 1865, page 2


In Fort Covington, September 24th, of Cancer, Mrs. SOPHRONIA WILSON, wife of Asa Wilson, in the 56th year of her age.

In Fort Covington, Oct 31st, WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, oldest son of [?]. [?]. Chapman, aged 29 years.

In Laporte, Ind., October 19th, Dea. OLIVER WESTCOTT, formerly of this town, aged 89 years.

In this town, Nov. 11?th, Mrs. MARY S. CHAPMAN, wife of J. S. Chapman, aged [?] years.

In this village, Nov 18th, ARMIDA, wife of Sylvanus Tobey, in the 68th year of her age.

She was in apparent health a few days before her death, and by this sad event there is one vacant chair, a home made lonely, and a kind wife and mother is taken from us. [poem not transcribed]

In Bangor, on the 21st inst., HELEN MARY, wife of George Plumb Esq., aged 33? years.

Through a long and painful illness she bore her sufferings with christian fortitude and resignation. Step by step, through many nights of weariness and months of decline, which all the lavish appliances of wealth and affection could only alleviate, she slowly descended to the grave, gradually unbinding the strong ties which justly bound her to her life on earth.

Still young and ardently affectionate, in the midst of a most pleasant home, of her little loving children and a doting husband, and a circle of warmly attached friends, she felt keenly the pang of each parting tie, but came to look slowly approaching death calmly in the face and with an unclouded mind and "an unfaltering trust" welcome him as the messenger of the upper glory.

She gave words of comfort and counsel to all, and bestowed her dying blessing in the joyful assurance that the separation is but for a little time, and then, laying her head peacefully and childlike upon the bosom of Jesus, slept - to awake - not here - but among the angels.

The Malone Palladium, 30 Nov 1865, page 2


At Ft. Covington, Monday Evening, Nov. 26, by Rev. C. N. Thomas, Mr. JOHN GODSO, of Plattsburgh, to Miss? JANE GARDENER, of Malone.

In Constable, on the 4th inst., by Rev. A?. Fleming, Mr. THOMAS S WHITEHOUSE, to [?] [?], both of Malone.

In Ft. Covington, on the 22? inst., by Alphus? [?], Esq., Mr. HENRY FAIRCHILDS, of Westville, to [?] ALMIRA HUTCHINS of Ft. Covington.

The Malone Palladium, 7 Dec 1865, page 2


In Westville, at the residence of the bridegroom, Nov. 26, by Rev. J. Quay, Mr. EDGAR S. KELSEY, Miss? MARY J. MALONEY, both of Westville.

By the Rev. E. L. Birge, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. W. H. VAN ORNUM, of New Orleans, La., and Miss ELLA M. BIRGE, Underhill, Vt. No cards.


In Bangor, Sept. 29, 1865, Mrs. CATHERINE YOUNG, wife of Nathan Young, aged 22 years.

In Malone, N.Y., Dec. 1, of Pulmonary Consumption, Deacon HIRAM SHEPHERD BERRY, aged 42 years, 9 months and 25 days.

Mr. Berry was the youngest child of the late Ebenezer Berry, by his second wife, Mrs. Mary (Daggett) Fish.

By this death, a wife and three children are bereft of a most faithful and affectionate husband and father, a large circle of relatives of a cherished friend, the Universalest Church in Malone of an exemplary member and officer, and the whole community mourn his loss as that of a just man who feared God and worked righteousness.

In Malone, Nov. 23d, of Typhoid Fever, Miss OLIVE A. WILCOX, aged 16 years, [?] months and 11 days.

Her sickness was but of two weeks duration, and was very severe and painful. Her death, which was so sudden, and at so early an age, when she was the life of the social circle, [?] reason of the buoyancy and hopefulness of her temperament, and when she was forming plans and cherishing prospects of happiness in new relations, leaves an aching void in many fond and loving hearts, and rendered the services at her funeral peculiarly touching and impressive.

[poem not transcribed]

At his residence, in Chicago, Nov. 19, of Liver Complaint, Mr. THOMAS SMITH, aged 54 years.

The Malone Palladium, 14 Dec 1865, page 2


In this village, on the 6th inst, by F. P. Allen, Justice of the Peace, Mr. AUGUSTUS DURKEE to Miss MARY LADUKE, both of Malone.


In this village, Nov. 26, FRED. M., son of Alfred and Lepha Hewitt, aged one year and eight months.

The Malone Palladium, 21 Dec 1865, page 2


In Malone, Dec. 19th, by Rev. J. O. Skinner, Mr. EZRA T. DIMICK, of Cambridge, Vt., to Miss ELIZA A. McNALLY, of Malone.

The Malone Palladium, 28 Dec 1865, page 2


In this village, on Monday, the 25th inst., by the Rev. C. F. Robertson, Mr. SAMUEL J. AUSTIN, to Miss ISABELLA McHUGH, all of this place.

Many a "Merry Christmas" and a score of thanks to you and yours, friend SAM.

In Nicholville, Dec. 20th, by Rev. Corwin Blaisdell, Mr. LYMAN B. SPERRY, (late Capt. 98th N.Y. Vols.,) of Bangor, to Miss ELLEN A. DUSTIS, of Stockholm. No Cards.

Capt. Sperry will please accept our thanks and congratulations.

In Bangor, Dec. 27th, by Rev. A. B. Dilley, Mr. CHARLES ADAMS, of Brandon, to Mrs. HELLEN AVERY, of Burke.

PERSONAL - Mr. S. J. AUSTIN, after taking to himself a wife on Christmas last, as will be seen under the proper head, started with his bride for Charleston, S. C., where he has for some time past been engaged in mercantile business, in connection with SEYMOUR L. ANDRUS, and B. W. CLARK, under the firm name of AUSTIN, ANDRUS & Co., who, we understand are doing a properous business.