Rome Citizen Death Notices in 1856

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From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, March 5, 1856

SATTERFIELD - A correspondent of the Danesville (Va.) Republican says that it was reported that the wife of Col. M. Reynolds, of Patrick county, who now stands accused, with two sons, of murdering GREEN D. SATTERFIELD, has confessed that Col. R., murdered Satterfield, while his eldest son looked on.  (RCMar05/1856)

COREDON - E. D. Worrell, charged with the murder of COREDON in Missouri was arrested Wednesday evening at Dover, Del., by the officers who tracked him thither.  (RCMar05/1856)

TAYLOR - A young man, Mr. S. R. TAYLOR, of Ravens, Ohio, committed suicide last Monday by taking laudanum, in consequence of a disappointment in not being able to go on a sleigh ride upon which his heart was much set.  So says the Democrat of that place.   (RCMar05/1856)


From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, March 12, 1856

MORGAN - In Utica, NY, on Saturday, March 8, 1856, MARY JANE MORGAN, daughter of Gilbert S. and Jane L. Morgan, deceased, in the 18th year of her age.  (RCMar12/1856)

HARTER - In the village of Herkimer, NY, on Friday, April 29, 1856, after a brief illness, PETER  J. HARTER, aged 38 years.  (RCMar12/1856)

HUGHES - In the State Lunatic Asylum, on Friday, March 7, 1856, DAVID S. HUGHES, in the 44th year of his age.  (RCMar12/1856)


From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, March 19, 1856

HAWTHORN - In Deerfield, NY, on March 9, 1856, THOMAS HAWTHORN, aged 26 years.  (RCMar19/1856)

JERVIS - In Rome, NY, on Friday last, (March 14, 1856) Mrs. PHEBE JERVIS, relict of Timothy Jervis, aged 82 years.   (RCMar19/1856)

DOTEN - In Camden, NY, February 22, 1856, Mr. EBENEZER DOTEN, aged 93 years, 6 months, and 7 days.  Mr. Doten was born in Carver, Plymouth County, Mass., August 15, 1762.  He was a descendant of Edward Doten, who came over in the Mayflower, and landed at Plymouth in 1620.  He removed to Camden in 1824, with his family and grand children, where he remained until his death.  He experienced religion in 1807, and united with the Congregational Church of Carver, under the pastoral care of Rev. John Shaw and has ever since maintained the life of a consistent christian, making the Bible his rule of faith and practice.
     The paper in Plymouth, Mass. please copy.       (RCMar19/1856)


From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, March 26, 1856

STRONG - Deacon JAMES R. STRONG, of Canastota, Madison Co., met with a fatal accident on Monday  last.  He was engaged with his men in the woods, some of whom were cutting down a tree, which fell sooner than was anticipated and while Mr. S. was within its reach, one of the limbs striking him on his head, and fracturing the skull.  He lived about two hours.  He was a valuable citizen and much respected.  (RCMar26/1856)

LANGFORD - In Rome, NY, on March 18, 1856, GEORGE, only son of Philip B. and Mary T. Langford, aged 1 year and 8 months.   (RCMar26/1856)

HUBBARD - In Clinton, NY, on Tuesday, March 18, 1856, Mrs. EMILY A., wife of William H. Hubbard, aged 51 years and 6 months.   (RCMar26/1856)

CLEMONS - At her residence in Vienna, NY, March 18, 1856, AMANDA CLEMONS, wife of Lorenzo Clemons, of Congestion of the brain, aged 25 years and 7 months.   (RCMar26/1856)

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY - On Sunday last a woman living on the shore of Oneida Lake, killed four of her children, by nearly cutting off their heads with an axe, and then with a razor cut her own throat.  The brutal treatment of an intemperate husband is said to be the cause of the horrible catastrophe.   (RCMar26/1856)



 

From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, April 2, 1856

TAFT - In Rome, NY, Sunday, March 30, Mrs. SARAH TAFT, mother of the wife of G. W. Taft, Esq., of this village; aged 71 years.   (RCApr02/1856)

MOWERS - In Rome, NY, March 29, 1856, of the Croup, CATHARINE, only daughter of John and Catharine Mowers, aged 6 years and 9 days.  (RCApr02/1856)


From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, April 9, 1856

GATES - In Verona, NY, on March 23, 1856, Mr. SAMUEL GATES, in the 82d year of his age.  Mr. Gates was a native of Ashburnham, Mass., and removed from that place to Verona in 1812, and resided there until his death.  (RCApr09/1856)

TUTTLE - In Boonville, Friday morning, April 4, 1856, WHITING TUTTLE an old resident of that village.  (RCApr09/1856)

STODDARD - A man named BENJAMIN STODDARD, of Syracus, NY, was found dead in the road near Verona depot, on Monday (April 7, 1856) morning, a jury was summoned by Coroner Van Vleck of this village (Rome, NY), who brought a verdict that death was caused by apoplexy, caused by over exertion.  His age was 73.  (RCApr09/1856)


From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, April 16, 1856

BROWN - In Rome, NY, on Wednesday, April 9, HELEN, daughter of Mr. C. H. Brown of this village, aged 6 years.  (RCApr16/1856)

ABBOTT - At his residence in Waushara Co., Wisconsin, March 27, 1856, JEFFERSON ABBOTT, Esq., aged 51 years.   (RCApr16/1856)

BERTHRONG - Mr. L. P. BERTHRONG, of the firm of Sage & Berthrong, Rochester, NY, was fatally injured by the accidental discharge of his gun, while on a duck-shooting excursion on Cayuga Lake, last Friday morning.  (April 11, 1856)   His right arm was nearly severed near the shoulder joint, at which place it was amputated.  He expired at four o'clock the following morning. --He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his untimely death.  (RCApr16/1856)


From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, April 23, 1856

BRAINERD - It is with sorrow that we announce the death of Mrs. BRAINERD, the wife of A. H. Brainerd, Esq., formerly of Rome, New York.  This sad event took place at Niagara, Canada West, on Monday last, (April 21, 1856) and was communicated to the friends in this village by Telegraph.

The deceased was well known to many of our citizens.  For many years she was a resident of this place.  Her amiable disposition --her benevolent heart --the deep sympathy she always felt for suffering and distress, wherever it was brought to her notice, has embalmed her memory in the hearts of many, who will find their eyes moisten with the tear of sorrow, when they shall hear that she sleeps in the silent tomb.

Mrs. Brainerd's sickness and death was sudden and unexpected; the precise nature of her disease we have not learned.  Her remains we learn are to be brought to this place for interment.

We stated some weeks since that Mr. Brainerd having disposed of his business in Canada, would probably again make this village his home.  How sad the change.  Surrounded by every circumstance that should render life happy, and just at the time when they were anticipating a happy reunion with friends of earlier years, death crosses their threshold, and in a few short hours a beloved companion is wrapt in the silence of the tomb, thus furnishing another striking illustration of the frailty and instability of all earthly calculations.  Our citizens generally will deeply sympathize with Mr. Brainerd in his great affliction.  (RCApr23/1856)


From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Wednesday, April 30, 1856

PALLOCK - In Rome, New York, Sunday, April 27, 1856, Mrs. DEBORAH PALLOCK, mother-in-law of Andrew Curtis, Esq., (of the firm of Curtis & Ely) aged 54 years.  The remains were taken on Monday to Saratoga County, for interment.  (RCApr30/1856)

TIBBITS - In Appleton, Wisc., April 5, 1856, of Typhoid Pneumonia, LILLA BRAINERD, daughter of Dea. Jackson and Mrs. Lydia Tibbits, aged three years and two months.  (RCApr30/1856)

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