Short Birth, Marriage & Death Notices

for 1886

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1886 MARRIAGES

 

ALLERTON – CHAPMAN – At residence of the bride’s parents, February 3, 1886, by the Rev. Charles COERR, Mr. Theron ALLERTON of Port Gibson and Miss Annie CHAPMAN of Palmyra. 

BAKER – CASE – At St. Luke’s Rectory in Rochester, March 1, 1886, by the Rev. Henry ANSTICE, Jewett BAKER of Brooklyn, NY and Sarah J. CASE of Bristol, Ontario County, NY. 

BERRY – LORING – In Bellville, Kansas, Jan. 12, 1886, by Joseph BOOTH, Probate Judge, Mr. J. J. BERRY of Canandaigua and Jennie B. LORING of Scandia, Kansas. 

BOZARD - CLARK -  At Canandaigua, Mar 16, 1886, at the residence of R. H. SCOTT, Esq., by Rev. Joseph H. FRANCE D.D., Mr. Earl W. BOZARD of Canandaigua and Miss Nellie W. CLARK of Almond, NY.  (Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Mon, Mar 22, 1886)

BRIGGS – DUNHAM – At the Congregational parsonage, at Bristol Center, Jan. 12, 1886, by Rev. R. A. WHEELOCK, MR. Frank E. BRIGGS and Miss Addie DUNHAM, all of Bristol. 

BRIGGS – TIFFANY – In Honeoye, NY, April 3, 1886. by Rev. S. Mills DAY, Mr. Elihu E. BRIGGS and Mrs. Lucrectia A. TIFFANY, both of Bristol, NY  (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)

CHAFFEE – BURROUGHS – At the home of the bride, February 3, 1886, by Rev. C. E. HISCOX, Mr. James C. CHAFFEE and Miss Minnie L. BURROUGHS, both of Canandaigua.   

CLEVELAND - KETCHAM - In Farmington, Mar 30, 1886, by Rev. M. L. HOWELL, Mr. Frederick A. CLEVELAND of Miller's Corners and Miss Alvina KETCHAM of Farmington.  (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)

CORNISH – PECK – At the M.E. parsonage in Naples, March 19, 1886, by Rev. H. VOSBURGH, MR. Emmor CORNISH and Miss Jennie PECK, all of Naples   

ELLIS - TURNER - In Victor, Feb 10, 1886, by Rev. Mr. HEWITT, Mr. Daniel ELLIS and Miss Alice TURNER, both of Victor. (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886) (Ontario Co. Journal, Fri, Feb 19, 1886)

FLETCHER – HULSE – At the residence of E. R. THORNTON, Naples, March 17, 1886, by R. M. MC JANNETT, Esq., Mr. Alfred FLETCHER of Bristol Centre and Miss Almeda HULSE of South Bristol. 

HENRY – FRENCH – At the M.E. parsonage in Naples, March 17, 1886, by Rev. H. VOSBURGH, Mr. Orville HENRY and Miss Cornelia FRENCH, all of Naples. 

JOHNSON – HOBART – At the home of the bride’s parents, February 2, 1886, by the Rev. C. S. DURFEE, Mr. Clinton M. JOHNSON, of West Bloomfield, and Miss Minnie F. HOBART of East Bloomfield. 

KIPP – HENRY – At the residence of the bride’s parents in Gorham, NY, Jan. 6th, 1886, by the Rev. C. M. BARTHOLOMEW, of Suspension Bridge, Mr. Edmund KIPP of Hopewell and Miss Luella HENRY of Gorham. 

MOORE –WATERSTRAW – At Palmyra, March 29, 1886, by Rev. Warren H. LANDON, Mr. Widam D. MOORE and Miss Sophie WATERSTRAW, both of Farmington.  (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)

MURRELL - MORROW - At Honeoye, Mar 11, 1886, by Rev. S. Mills DAY, Mr. Michael A. MURRELL of East Bloomfield and Miss Eva A. MORROW of Richmond.  (Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Mon, Mar 22, 1886)

PARTRIDGE- BELLAMY- At the residence of the bride’s parents, at Nashua, Iowa, February 3, 1886, Mr. Thomas M. PARTRIDGE, formerly of Phelps, NY, and Miss Fanny E. BELLAMY, only daughter of George T. BELLAMY, of Nashua, Iowa. 

PERRINE - JOHNSTON - On Mary 17, 1886, James PERRINE of Englishtown, NJ to Miss Nellie JOHNSTON of Bristol. (Ontario Repository-Messenger, Canandaigua, NY   Thurs  Mar 25, 1886) 

POWER - MC CARTHY - At St. Mary's Church, Canandaigua, Feb 10, 1888, by Rev. D. ENGLISH, Mr. Richard POWER of Rochester and Miss Mary MC CARTHY of Canandaigua.   (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

PRATT – DUBOIS – At the house of T. L. TOBIN, February 4, 1886, by Rev. C. e. HISCOX, Mr. Carlton F. PRATT of Hopewell and Miss Ida M. DUBOIS of Canandaigua.   

ROBSON - MASON - At the residence of Mr. Edwin LINES, Canandaigua, Feb 10, 1886, by Rev. E. C. HISCOX, Mr. J. Frank ROBSON of Gorham and Miss Lettie MASON of Canandaigua.

SANFORD - BISHOP - At the Methodist parsonage, Allen's Hill, Feb 13, 1886, by Rev. N. N. BEERS, Mr. Edwin L. SANFORD and Miss Lillian R. BISHOP, both of Bristol.  (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

SHAW – STANTON – At the Presbyterian parsonage in Victor, on Saturday, April 3rd, 1886, by the Rev. C. W. BACKUS, Mr. Gideon SHAW of Victor and Mrs. Mary STANTON, of Rochester.  (Ontario Co. Times, Apr 14, 1886)

SILVERNAIL – WOOLSTON – In Canandaigua, March 31, 1886, by Rev. Theron COOPER, MR. Theodore C. SILVERNAIL and Miss Alice S. WOOLSTON, both of East Bloomfield. 

SKINNER – DODGE – At Bridgetown, Ontario, March 1, 1886, Dr. M. D. SKINNER and Mrs. M. J. DODGE, all of Flint Creek. 

SMITH – SNEDEKER -  At Manchester, on Wednesday, March 31st, 1886, by the Rev. M. V. WILLSON, Mr. Wm. H. SMITH of Dakota, and Nellie L. SNEDECKER of Manchester  (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)

SOUTHERLAND – NOBLE – At the Seneca parsonage, Wednesday, April 7, 1886, by the Rev. A. B. TEMPLE, Charles B. SOUTHERLAND of Hall’s Corners, and Miss Jennie NOBLE of Bellona. 

TAYLOR – KEITH – In Geneva, NY, Tuesday, April 6, 1886, by Rev. R. W. NELSON, John A TAYLOR of Delphi, NY, and Miss Louisa C. KEITH of Geneva, NY. 

THEOBALD - REARDON - At Geneva, Mar 11, 1886, by Rev. Henry MOREY, Mr. Charles P. THEOBALD of Evansville, Wis., and Miss Katie REARDON of Geneva.  (Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Mon, Mar 22, 1886)

TIFFANY – MIDDLEBROOK – In Canandaigua, February 3, 1886, by Rev. Theron COOPER, Mr. George W. TIFFANY, and Miss Cora E. MIDDLEBROOK, all of Canandaigua. (Ontario Co. Journal, Feb 5, 1886)

UNDERHILL - REMER - At Clifton Springs, Feb 8, 11886, by Rev. Dr. HIBBARD, Mr. Fred UNDERHILL and Miss May C. REMER, both of Clifton Springs.   (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

WILCOX – WOOD – In Canandaigua, February 8, 1886, by Rev. Theron COOPER, Mr. Ulrich D. WILCOX of South Bristol and Miss Laura N. WOOD of Bristol Springs. 

 

1886 DEATHS

ACKLES – At Traer, Iowa, January 20, 1886, Emeline GARDINER, wife of William ACKLES, aged 41 years and 10 months. (unknown Paper, Canandaigua, Jan 1886) (longer obit)

BAKER - In Hopewell, Feb 8, 1886, William P. BAKER, aged 80 years.  (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

BENJAMIN - At Naples, Feb 28, 1886, Eliza BENJAMIN of Patterson, NJ, aged 79 yeasr, 2 months, 18 days, dau of Abraham & Katherine WILLIS.  Burial in Roseridge.   (Naples Burial Stats)

BIRD -  At his home in Port Gibson, Jan. 8th, 1886, Oliver BIRD, aged 77 years. 

BOOTH – In Bristol, January 14th, 1886, Nellie, daughter of Westley and Hannah BOOTH, aged 18 years, 4 months and 30 days. 

BOYD - At Oaks Corners, Mar 5, 1886, Mrs. Ann BOYD, aged 78 years.  (Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Mon, Mar 22, 1886)

BRADT – In Geneva, Jan 14th, 1886, John G. BRADT, aged about 78 years. 

BRAY – In Richmond, NY, March 30, 1886, Mr. Andrew BRAY, aged 78 years. 

BRINK – In McHenry, Ill, March 7, 1886, Henry W. BRINK, formerly of Phelps, NY, aged 77 years and 8 months.   

CASE -  In Hopewell, July 28, 1886, James W. CASE, aged 51 years, 10 months and 23 days.  (Ontario Repository & Messenger,   Thurs,  Feb 18, 1886) (longer obit)

CATON - In Naples, Jan 30, 1886, Eva CATON, aged 26 years, 4 months, 21 days, dau of Jas. & Mary P. (French) CATON.  (Naples Burial Stats)

CHAMBERS -  In Manchester, March 23, 1886, Miss Dorcas CHAMBERS.   (Unknown Paper   Mar 1886) (longer obit)

CHAPMAN – In Canandaigua, Jan 15th, 1886, Thomas CHAPMAN, aged 59 years, 3 months. 

CLEVELAND – At her home in Canandaigua, Friday, April 2, 1886, Margaret CLEVELAND, widow of the late Moses CLEVELAND, aged 65 years.  (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)

COMBES – In Geneva, Jan. 8th, 1886, Fred A. COMBES, aged 18 years, 11 months, 6 days. 

COUNTEE – In Phelps, March 31, 1886, John COUNTEE, aged about 34 years.   (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)

COVEL - In Naples, Sept 24, 1886, James COVEL, aged 66 years, 7 months, son of Thomas & Sally COVEL.   (Naples Burial Stats)

CRANE - At Phelps, Mar 14, 1886, Caruso CRANE, aged 85 years. (Ontario Repository  & Messenger,  Thurs,   Mar 25, 1886) (Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Mon, Mar 22, 1886- states Mar 16th)

CUDDEBACK – At his home near Oaks Corners, Monday, March 15, 1886, John L. CUDDEBACK, aged 68 years. 

CULVER - In Canandaigua, March 18, 1886, George W. CULVER, aged 84 yrs., 6 mos., 13 days. 

DAYTON – In Geneva, March 29, 1886, Mrs. Caroline Wesley DAYTON, widow of the late Dr. D.D. DAYTON, aged 70 years. 

DEWEY - In Shortsville, March 28, 1886,  Miss Charlotte DEWEY, aged nearly 83 years.  Miss Charlotte DEWEY, who died at the residence of her sister in law, Mrs. Nancy DEWEY, on the 28th ult., and was buried from the same place on Tuesday afternoon, last week, has long been a resident of this village and vicinity.  She was born in this town in 1803, so that she had nearly accomplished her 83rd year.  She was a faithful and consistent Christian, and had held a membership in the Baptist church in Manchester, for fifty-four years.  In the circle of her friends she will be missed, for though many years an invalid, she possessed many winning traits of character that endeared her to those who became acquainted with her. 

DILLENBECK - In Naples, Sept 17, 1886, Sarah DILLENBECK, aged 81 years, 4 months, dau of John ROSS.  Burial in Avoca, NY.   (Naples Burial Stats)

DONNELLY – In this village, March 19, 1886, William Peter DONNELLY, in the 64th year of his age. 

ESTES - In West Farmington, Wednesday night, March 24, 1886, of pneumonia, Stephen R. ESTES, aged 44 years.  (Funeral will be held at the residence of D. Waterman SMITH, Saturday, at 2 p.m.) 

FORBES – In Geneva, April 1, 1886, Bridget FORBES, aged 62 years. 

FORD – In Manchester, Tuesday, March 18, 1886, Eliza G. FORD, aged 69 years 

FOX - At Naples, Oct 10, 1866, Mary FOX of Germany, aged 44 years, 10 months, dau of Christian & Mary OTIS.  Burial at Naples.   (Naples Burial Stats)

FOX - At Naples, Nov 20, 1886, Lewis FOX of Germany, aged 46 years, son of Lewis FOX.  Burial in South Bristol.   (Naples Burial Stats)

FREER – In Canandaigua, Jan 13, 1886, Hannah FREER, aged 80 years. 

FRIED - In Naples, June 18, 1886,  Mary FRIED of Germany, aged 58 yeasr, dau of Jacob & Salome HERRMAN.  Burial in Roseridge.   (Naples Burial Stats)

GARFIELD - At Naples, Nov 22, 1886, Solomon GARFIELD, aged 74 years, 1 month, son of Solomon & Cynthia (Smith) GARFIELD.  Burial at Hunts Hollow.   (Naples Burial Stats)

GARLOCK – In Phelps, March 27, 1886, Mrs. Peter GARLOCK, aged 49 years.  (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)

GATES – In Seneca, Monday night, February 8, 1886, James M. GATES, aged about 70 years.

GATES - In Hopewell, Feb 14, 1886, Nettie GATES, aged 19 years.   (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

GILLIS – In Victor, on Sunday, April 4, 1886, Mrs. Margaret GILLIS, widow of the late John A. GILLIS, aged about 73 years. 

GLENN – In this village, March 20, 1886, Edward GLENN, aged 44 years. 

HANNON – In Port Gibson, March 27, 1886, Mrs. Margaret HANNON, aged 85 years. 

HOGAN – In North Bloomfield, Saturday, March 13, 186, John HOGAN, aged about 98 years.   

HYLAND - In Naples, Dec 9, 1886, James HYLAND of Ireland.  Burial at Hunts Hollow.   (Naples Burial Stats)

JACK - At Richmond Mills, Feb ? 1888, Walter JACK, aged 48? years (copy dark)  (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

JONES – In Canandaigua, April 3, 1886, Mary HASKELL, wife of J. C. JONES, aged 45 years.   (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886 has Apr 2, 1886)

KIMBER - In Naples, Dec 7, 1886, Samuel KIMBER of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, aged 67 years.  Burial at Roseridge.   (Naples Burial Stats)

KNAPP - In Stirling, Ill, Feb 7, 1886, Mrs. Carrie KNAPP, formerly of Hopewell, aged 50 years.  Interment at Cheshire, NY. (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

MANAHAN - In Naples, July 20, 1886, Elsie R. MANAHAN, aged 71 years, 5 months, dau of Elijah & Mary (Mooney) HANCOCK.  Burial at Hunt's Hollow.   (Naples Burial Stats)

MAXWELL – In this village, March 21, 1886, John Q. A. MAXWELL, aged 78 years.   

MC GEARY - At East Bloomfield, Apr 1, 1886, Catherine MC GEARY, wife of James, aged 45 years.  (Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)

MOORE - In Clifton Springs, Feb 16, 1886, William MOORE, aged 70 years.  (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886) 

MYER - At Naples, Aug 23, 1886, Fred R. MYER, aged 11 months, son of Rhinehardt & Hattie (Harvey( MEYER.  Burial at Roseridge.   (Naples Burial Stats)

NOTT - In Canandaigua, Feb 13, 1886, S. Louise NOTT, aged 34 years.  (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

PARKS – In Stanley, March 21, 1886, Ephraim PARKS, aged 55 years.   

POLMATEER - In Naples, May 10, 1886, Horace POLMATEER of Ingleside, aged 23 years, 10 months, son of John & Louisa (Gillett) POLMATEER.   (Naples Burial Stats)

REED – In Bristol, March 8, 1886, Mrs. Lorann, relict of the late Rev. Abner REED, aged 84 yrs. 

REED – In Geneva, on the 5th instant, Dr. B. REED, D.D.S., aged 71 years. 

REED – In town of Phelps, February 2, 1886, Nathan REED, aged 42 years.   

ROBORDS - In Naples, Sept 12, 1886, Harriet V. ROBORDS, aged 72 years, 10 months.  Burial at Roseridge.  (Naples Burial Stats)

ROTT - In Canandaigua, Feb 6, 1886, Chauncey ROTT, aged 73 years.  (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

ROWE - In Naples, July 10, 1886, Horatio ROWE of Dutchess Co., aged 68 years, 3 months.  Burial in Lima, NY

ROWE - In Naples, Sept 27, 1886, Maud L. ROWE, aged 4 years, 8 months, daughter of George A. ROWE of Lima, NY.  Burial at Roseridge.   (Naples Burial Stats)

SALISBURY -  In Cheshire, Feb 14, 1886, Mrs. Alida E. SALISBURY, aged 56 years.  (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886) 

SANDERS - In Canandaigua, Mar 20, 1886, Mrs. Philo SANDERS and 12 year old daughter, hit by a train. (Ontario Repository-Messenger, Canandaigua, NY   Thurs,  Mar 25, 1886) (longer obit)

SAUNDERS - In Canandaigua, Mar 18, 1886, William SAUNDERS, aged 64 years.  (Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Mon, Mar 22, 1886)

SEISER - At Rochester, Feb 10, 1886, Freddie A., son of C. A. and Belle SEISER, aged 3 years. (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886) 

SHOEMAKER – In Canandaigua, April 5, 1886, William H. SHOEMAKER, aged 43 years.  (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886 - has aged 46y)

SMITH – At her home in Farmington, March 19, 1886, Julia, wife of Stephen J. SMITH, in the 21st year of her age.   

SMITH - In Naples, June 5, 1886, Simon SMITH of Cohocton, aged 56 years, son of Jacob & Sarah (Hines) SMITH.  Burial at Roseridge.   (Naples Burial Stats)

SOLOMON - On Mar 10, 1886, Mrs. John SOLOMON, aged 73 years.  (Union & Advertiser,  Sat., Mar 13, 1886)

SOMERSET – In Seneca Castle, April 4, 1886, Mr. Wm. SOMERSET, aged 62 years. 

SPANGLE – In Hopewell, Jan 10, 1886, Zachariah SPANGLE, aged 61 years. 

STACY – Entered into rest at Geneva, NY, on April 3rd, 1886, of gastro enteritis, Wm. Weyman STACEY, eldest son of the late James G. and Hannah STACY, in the 59th year of his age. 

STURGES - At Naples, Nov 25, 1886, Maggie A. STURGES, aged 8 years, 8 months, 16 days; dau of Augustus & Hannah (Johnson) STURGES.  Burial at Fairview.   (Naples Burial Stats)

SUTTON - In Naples, Jan 18, 1886, Paul H. SUTTON, aged 73 years, 6 days, son of Abraham & Jemima (Hooker) SUTTON.  Burial at West Hollow.   (Naples Burial Stats)

SWART – At his home in Canandaigua, Wednesday morning, February 10, 1886, Dr. William T. SWART, aged 66 years and 5 months. 

TOBEY -  At Naples, Aug 31, 1886, Leroy TOBEY, aged 1 years, 23 days, son of Lyman & Sarah (Taylor) TOBEY.  Burial at Roseridge.   (Naples Burial Stats)

TUTTLE – In Canandaigua, April 1, 1886, Richard T. Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. TUTTLE, aged 8 months. 

TUTTLE – In Canandaigua, April 1, 1886, Richard T. Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. TUTTLE, aged 8 months.   

WAIT - In Naples, May 31, 1886, Iva WAIT, aged 14 days, dau of Frank T. & Delilah WAIT.  Burial in Hunts Hollow.   (Naples Burial Stats)

WALKER - In Canandaigua, Feb 16, 1886, Polly WALKER, in her 91st year. (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

WELLS - In Naples, May 13, 1886, Elijah, of Pompey Hills, NY, aged 77 years, 3 months, son of Elijah & Lucy WELLS.  Burial at Roseridge.  (Naples Burial Stats)

WHITE – At Stanton, Va., March 30, 1886, Theodore T. WHITE, aged 52 years. (while visiting his daughter attending school there) 

WHITING – In Naples, March 31, 1886, Lydia Jane, wife of John P. WHITING, aged 62 years. (also the Union & Advertiser, Rochester, NY, Fri, Apr 9, 1886)   (Naples Burial Stats)

WHITNEY - In Seneca Castle, Feb 10, 1886, Cheney WHITNEY, aged nearly 91 years.  (Ontario Repository & Messenger, Thurs, Feb 18, 1886)

WOODRUFF – In this village, Tuesday, February 9, 1886, Lucy, wife of Cyrus WOODRUFF, aged 83 years.  Funeral Thursday at 2 p.m. from No. 5 Chapin street.

 

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