page will list misc. ancestral sightings that you may come across
on someone from Oswego County, NY, ex. births, deaths, marriages, etc.
If you happen to come across a name from the county, jot it down and send
it to me. Could be just the information someone is looking for. Newest
Church, Whitesboro, NY
Congregational Church, Paris, NY
Orin C. Hines
Horace W. Atwood & Chauncey Coe
Parsonage, May 3, 1873
Anna C. Seamans
Both of South
Albion, Oswego County, NY
Anna Lane & Lydia M. Dunham
Chronicle, Rochester, NY Friday, Apr 22, 1898
New Haven, NY
of Paris, NY
New Haven, NY
of Paris, NY
New Haven, NY
Tompkins of Paris, NY
- BROOKS - At the residence of the officiating clergyman, Rev.
J. Ross LYNCH,
Wednesday, April 20, 1898, Harry L. FOLWELL, of Farmer, N. Y., and Miss
Mabel M. BROOKS, of this city.
Sherman died of apolexy yesterday at his home in Oswego, NY. He was
business manager and part owner of the Oswego Palladium. Mr. Sherman
was born at Scriba, Oswego County NY sixty-two years ago.
Jan. 20, 1859, Oswego, NY--Lowell
Mason, age 9, son of Daniel and Harriet A. Sizer.
Oct. 30, 1845, At Redfield, Oswego
Co., NY, Sept. 30th, Mr. Seth Aldrich, age 64, for many years a
resident at Cheshire, in this County.
July 1, 1841, At Union Square., Oswego
Co., NY, Mr. Jessie Smith, age 85, a Revolutionary Pensioner, formerly
of Great Barrington.
Aug. 12, 1828, At Redfield, Oswego
Co., NY, Allen Seymour, Esq., formerly of this town.
Sept. 22, 1819, at Oswego Falls,
NY, Mr. Joseph Easton, formerly of this town.
Mar. 29, 1818, At the village of
Oswego, NY, on the 29th of March, Anela Maria, eldest daughter of
F. Wight, Esq. of that place.
Dec. 13, 1796, Oswego, NY-- Surgeon
Rhoades of the American Army.
Feb. 17, 1853-- At Sandy Creek, Oswego
Co., NY, by Rev. W. Arnold, Mr. Orestus H. Beach of Lanesborough
to Miss A. Adaline Arnold of Belleville, Jefferson County, NY.
Nov. 12, 1816--At Groten, Latham
A. Burrows of Oswego, NY to Miss Sarah Lester, daughter of Christopher
Feb 19, 1816-- At Oswego, NY, Samuel
B. Beach, Esq., to Mrs. Taylor.
Notice May 18, 1904-- Thomas & O'Brien
Wednesday, May 18th 1904
Pulaski Democrat newspaper
The marriage of Miss Sarah
Jane THOMAS, of Wellwood, and William James O'BRIEN, of Central
Square, took place at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Colosse, Tuesday morning,
in the presence of a large number of guests. Rev. Theodore PROVOST, of
Pulaski, performed the ceremony, and Miss Grace GRAY, of Colosse, played
the Wedding March. The bride was attended by Miss Katharine HANLEY of
Hastings, and James O'MARA of Central Square acted as best
Contributed by Anne Ruggeri
Cemetery at Florence, Italy called the English Cemetery
"Mary Sheldon Barnes"
211 Zona Vecchia; Headstone 36 x
65 x 49 [f] Mary Sheldon Barnes
Born: 0/0/0 at Oswego, New York
USA Died: 8/ 27/1898 at London England America
1 south side, good condition, incised
and filled, primary inscription, English MARY SHELDON BARNES
BORN IN OSWEGO, NEW YORK
DIED IN LONDON AUGUST 27 1898
then click America
Rome's Protestant Cemetery is at
John T., d. Feb. 13, 1880, Fulton, N.Y., age 66 yr
Isaac, d. Mar. 5, 1880, Constantia, Oswego Co., N.Y., b. Mar. 13, 1810,
Weston, Fairfield Co., Conn. age 69 yr., m. Harriet THORPE, Sep. l6, 1837.
Burk, native of Mexico, N.Y., born June 13, 1807; he lived in Western
New York as a farmer until 1833, when he removed to Macomb County, Michigan
settling on what is now the village of Armada; his brother, Norman Burk,
had settled near the center of Armada Township two years before. Mr. Burk
moved through Romeo, thence to his brother's and cut his road from there
to his land. He was married, December 20, 1829, to Betsey A. Burdick,
a native of Cayuga Co., N.Y., born in 1812, and had four children, all
living; two sons served in the civil war. He died at his home in
Armada in 1848. For more info on the family check the Macomb Co., Michigan
405 Park Ave., Utica and Reuben SALISBURY of Oswego, NY, an operator
in the Argo Starch Factory at Oswego were married here March 10, 1919 by
Justice of the Peace, William R. Goldbas. The brides step-father and mother
Mr. & Mrs. Saverio Yero witnessed the ceremony. The bride was
an employee of the Frisbie-Stansfield Knitting Company. They will
reside in Oswego.
Utica Observer Dispatch Mar 11, 1919.
to Martha Magill, Coordinator of
County for contributing these items.
"History of the Seneca
Baptist Associationn with Sketches of Churches and Pastors,"
By Lewis Halsey.
Illustrated. Ithaca, N.Y.: Journal Association
Book and Job Printing House.
Oswego Co., 1850. His father enlisting in Union army, the son was "bound
out." Converted, 1867, under preaching of E.P. Hammond.
B'd. in Syracuse.
Studied at Cazenovia and united with M.E. church. Pastor of M.E. church
at West DAnby. United with Scott's Corners Baptist church. L. 1879. O.
May 7, 1879. Rev. A.D. Abbott, Moderator, L.B. Albert, clerk of council.
Pastor at Scott's Corners. [p. 235]
Oswego Co., June 12, 1837. Taught for some years. In U.S.V., in 1864-5.
Married Ella S. Woodward, of Mannsville, Nov. 30, 1865.
and united with Pulaski Baptist church, after thorough examination of the
creeds of various churches. L., Sept. 6, 1866. At Hamilton Theol. Sem.
O., Romulus, Sept. 10, 1867. P., Romulus, 1867-72. Pastor at Central
Square since 1872. [p. 250]
Many thanks to Martha
Magill, Coordinator of
County for contributing these items.
"THE CORNELL UNIVERSITY
REGISTER 1883-84" Ithaca, N.Y.
CATALOGUE OF STUDENTS
Harvey, Fulton, Philosophy
Harry Pelouze, Fulton, Science and Letters
Emmet, Fulton, History and Pol. Sc.
Higgins, Rome, Natural History
Ezra, North Hannibal, Architecture
Putnam, Parish, Optional
Lincoln, Clymer, Electrical Engineering
James, Oswego, Civil Engineering
Alva, Parish, Science and Letters
Lincoln, Fulton, Optional
Pulaski, Civil Engineering
TUCKER & DELANEY or DELANCY
gg Grandparents came from Oswego, NY. I have just recently found
records in the familysearch.org site about Mason Samuel Tucker married
to Julia A Delancy in 1844 and their daughter Marietta
in 1845 in Oswego. I am unable to find out anymore as the film can not
be rented out and the submitter is unknown???? I do point out that
Julia's last name is Delaney to our knowledge. Her parents were James
& Mary Delaney.
I have 56 pages of copies of Julia's Widow's Claim of Pension as Samuel
died in 1870 as a result of wounds received in the Civil War. It took Julia
15 1/2 years to get the pension. In these papers it tells of her
marriage to Samuel on May 7 1844 in Parishville, St. Lawrence Co., NY.
by an Elder Brown, a Methodist Pastor. Maryetta, their first born,
was born in Oswego which is where they moved to after they were married.
Further information is:
From Juneau County Genealogy Obituary Scrapbook #4 page 84.
A. Delaney was born at Paris, France March 7, 1826, and removed with her
parents when about two years old to America, and resided first at Syracuse,
NY, and afterwards at Stockholm in the same state. On May 7, 1844,
she was married to Mr. Samuel Mason Tucker, and with him went to reside
at Oswego, where their eldest child Maryetta was born.
I wonder if Elder Brown the Methodist Pastor was from Oswego, Oswego Co.,
NY and he traveled to different towns to marry couples, do baptisms and
teach religion. I understand they were circuit riders??? Would
there be Methodist records or his records anywhere in Oswego from the 1840's
or early 1800's? I'm am quite curious as to where the records in
the familysearch.org came from. Any suggestions?
I have submitted
The Tucker information I have to the Rootsweb Juneau Co. site.
Marriage Record of:
Contributed by Karen
Manke Weiss at: <WisHist@wi.rr.com>
MASON SAMUEL TUCKER
Spouse: JULIA A. DELANCY
Of Oswego, Oswego, New York
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