Rome Citizen Death Notices in 1884

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From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Friday, November 7, 1884

LAMB - At Propect, New York, October 27, 1884, Mrs. LUCINDA LAMB, aged 91 years and 8 months. (RCNov07/1884)

TULLER - In Richfield Springs, New York, October 27, 1884, HENRY TULLER, aged  85 years, father of Wm. H. and Ackley P. Tuller, of Rome, NY. (RCNov07/1884)

CORBETT - At Oriskany, New York, Sunday, October 26, 1884, SARAH A. CORBETT, relict of the late James Corbett, in the 67th year of her age. (RCNov07/1884)

WALTER - In Vernon Center, New York, October 26, 1884, Mrs. REBECCA WALTER, aged 79 years, 1 month, and 4 days. (RCNov07/1884)

DYER - In East Florence, New York, October 31, 1884, Mrs. ELNORA C. DYER, aged 38 years. (RCNov07/1884)

WOOD - In Camden, New York, October 26, 1884, Mrs ADELISE WOOD, aged 89 years. (RCNov07/1884)

JEWELL - In West Vienna, New York, October 26, 1884, SILAS M. JEWELL, aged 65 years. (RCNov07/1884)

BROWN - At West Camden, New York, October 25, 1884, JOHN BROWN, aged 87 years. (RCNov07/1884)

MATTISON - At Bridgewater, New York, October 29, 1884, EMMA L., daughter of William and Julia Mattison, aged 13 years and 7 months. (RCNov07/1884)

VISSCHER - In Rome, New York, October 31, 1884, Mrs. ISABELLA D. VISSCHER, aged 51 years and 7 days. (RCNov07/1884)  (obit follows)

Death of Mrs. S.G. Visscher.
     Mrs. Isabella D. Visscher, wife of S.G. Visscher, died of consumption, last Friday (October 31, 1884) morning, aged 51 years.  She leaves many friends to mourn, including her husband, daughter, and two young boys.  We copy from the SENTINEL of Monday, Nov. 3, 1884 the following obituary notice.
     "Mrs. S.G. Visscher, daughter of Israel Denio, Esq., died at her residence on James street, and had been in failing health for two or three years, caused by a hepitization of the lungs, preceeding so gradually, that it was difficult to mark, or hardly preceive each day's decline, as one succeeded another.  Her funeral sevices took place at the residence, Rev. Dr. J.H. Taylor officiating, and the remains were taken to Amsterdam, New York, to be interred in the family burying ground of her husband, at that place."   (RCNov07/1884)

From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Friday November 14, 1884

MATTESON - In Rome, New York, November 11, 1884, HENRY MATTESON, in the 40th year of his age.  He was a lifelong though somewhat unfortunate resident of Rome.  He died of congestion of the brain.  He leaves a wife and three  children living on William street.  (RCNov14/1884)

JOHNSTON - In Whitesboro, New York, Monday, November 10, 1884, LeROY, only son of John and Cornelia Johnston, aged 9 years and eight months. (RCNov14/1884)

RAND - In Rome, New York, suddenly, Saturday, November 8, 1884, ALMOND R. RAND, in the 44th year of his age. (RCNov14/1884)  (obit follows)

Dropped Dead.
      A. Rodney Rand, treasurer of the Rome Merchant-Iron Mill, went to Utica, NY, last Saturday and returned on the 9:08 P.M. train, going immediately to Stanwix Hall, where he boarded.  As he entered the office the clerk handed him a telegram.  He tore it open, but before he had scaned its contents he fell forward on his face.  Several standing near hastened to him, he was found to be dead.  Dr. Reid was summoned and pronounced it apolexy.  The suddenness of the death filled all with consternation, for deceased had always been considered a comparatively healthy man.  There was nothing in the telgram that could have excited him suddenly, had he read it, as it was only in relation to business connected with the mill.
     Mr. Rand had been identified with the Rome Merchant-Iron Mill since 1869 -- first as clerk in the office, and later as treasurer, which office he was holding at the time of his death.  He was always faithful to every trust reposed in him, and those with whom he was associated in business, as well as those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, deeply regret his sudden demise.
     Deceased was 43 years of age.  His remains were taken to Ilion, NY, where his parents reside.  Besides the father and mother, a sister, Mrs. Alonzo Tanner, of Fort Plain, NY is left.  (RCNov14/1884)

WEBBER - In Oswego, New York, on Saturday, November 8, 1884, Mrs. J. F. WEBBER, formerly of Rome, NY, aged 23 years.  The remains were brought to Rome, NY for interment.  Deceased leaves a husband and an infant son. (RCNov14/1884)

HOY - In Rome, New York, November 12, 1884, THOMAS  HOY, aged 83 years. (obit follows)

Death of Tom Hoy.
     Thomas Hoy, a character well known to all Romans, died in the county poor house Wednesday (November 12, 1884) night, at the age of 83.  Tom has been known in Rome for more than 40 years past as a sort of harmless bummer, and during the greater part of that time has subsisted mostly on charity.  He was very profane and a hard drinker up to ten or twelve years ago, when he reformed, and has since wholly abstained from both vices.  He was an old character, and a bookful of his precularities might be recorded without exhausting the subject.  His only known relatives are an insane sister in the county house asylum, and a brother named Chauncey Hoy, living in Brooklyn. (RCNov14/1884)

BATES - FRANKLIN G. BATES, who was born and for twenty-four years, resided in the town of Westmoreland, Oneida county, New York, died at his home at Troy Mills, Iowa, September 20, 1884, aged 36 years. (RCNov14/1884)

HILL - GEORGE HILL, of Clinton, New York, hung himself Sunday, November 9, 1884.  He was a saloon keeper, and had been drinking quite freely.  No cause is assigned.  He and his wife were to have sailed for Liverpool yesterday, and the tickets had been purchased the day before he committed the deed. (RCNov14/1884)

WELLS - In Upper New York Mills, New York, Friday, November 7, 1884, SADIE WELLS, aged about seven years, of diphteria.  She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wells. (RCNov14/1884)

From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Friday, November 21, 1884

BRITT - In Utica, New York, Tuesday, November 18, 1884, WILLIAM B. BRITT, in the 69th hear of his age. (RCNov21/1884)

NOYES - Suddenly, at Trenton Falls, New York, HENRY P. NOYES, aged 77 years. (RCNov21/1884)

ROBERTS - In Remsen, New York, Monday, November 17, 1884, JOHN W. ROBERTS, aged 78 years, 2 months, and 2 days. (RCNov21/1884)

WALBRAN - At Oriskany, New York, November 17, 1884, WILLIAM J. WALBRAN, aged 65 years, 2 months and 16 days. (RCNov21/1884)

WILLIAMS - In Remsen, New York, Sunday, November 16, 1884, HERBERT WILLIAMS, aged 83  years and 2 months (RCNov21/1884)

ELLIS - At New Hartford, New York, Friday, November 14, 1884, THOMAS ELLIS, aged 41 years and 3 months. (RCNov21/1884)

ROGERS - JULIUS ROGERS, the oldest native inhabitant of the town of Boonville, New York, was buried in that village on Thursday (November 13, 1884).  He was 85 years old, and his father came from Rhode Island and settled in Boonville in 1796 -- three years before the birth of his son above alluded to. (RCNov21/1884)

ALLEN - Mr. Allen, superintendent of the Halsted Paper Mill died suddenly at his home in Blossvale, New York, last Sunday, November 16, 1884.  He had been afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism, but his death was unexpected and brings crushing afflication to the bereaved family. (RCNov21/1884)

OSBURN - Newell Osburn, of Nebraska, having had his western home broken up by the death of his WIFE, has returned to Lee, NY and for the present will make a home with his daughter, Mrs. Lasure. (RCNov21/1884)

SMITH - Mr. William Smith, who lives in the west part of the third ward of Rome, NY, lost his wife some three weeks ago from typhoid fever and ulcerated lungs.  His three oldest daughters are now sick at his house  with typhoid fever of a malignant form.  His neighbors do all they can, but the disease being contagious, he can get no one to work in the home, and they have to depend mostly on their hired men. -- Harry Williams -- all honor to him! -- has stood night and day at his post.   Mr. Smith  is a poor but worthy man and has the sympathy of neighbors and friends in his affliction.  (RCNov21/1884)  [see related notice RCDec12/1884]

From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Friday, November 28, 1884

GILLETTE - In Camden, New York, November 15, 1884,  CEDALIA GILLETTE, of Fenner, Madison County, mother of Mrs. V.V. Becker, of Camden, aged 78 years. (RCNov28/1884)

MOORE - In Glenmore, New York, November 15, 1884, MICHAEL MOORE, aged 74 years. (RCNov28/1884)

ALLEN - In Vienna, New York, November 16, 1884, ANDREW ALLEN, aged 54 years. (RCNov28/1884)

WILLIAMSON - In Camden, New York, November 19, 1884, MARGARET WILLIAMSON, aged 82 years. (RCNov28/1884)

RICE - In Whitesboro, New York, Monday, November 17, 1884, ELIZA, wife of Horace Rice, of Newport, NY, aged 28 years, 10 months and 10 days. (RCNov28/1884)

NICHOLS - In Forestport, New York, November 18, 1884, SARAH NICHOLS, aged 28 years and 5 months. (RCNov28/1884)

KRUM - In Rome, New York, November 24, 1884, Mrs. SOPHIA KRUM.  (RCNov28/1884)

TRACY - In Camden, New York, November 20, 1884, CAROLINE, mother of J.H. Tracy, aged 85 years. (RCNov28/1884)

COLE - At North Bridgewater, New York, Tuesday, November 25, 1884, JOHN COLE, a resident of Bridgewater for the past forty years, in the 93d year of his age. (RCNov28/1884)

REESE - In Westmoreland, New York, Tuesday, November 25, 1884, Mrs. PHEBE L. REESE, mother of O.W. Reese, of Westmoreland, Mrs. J.H. Patterson, of 13 Plant street, Utica, and Miss Lizzie A. Reese, of West Bay City, Michigan, in the 75th year of her age. (RCNov28/1884)

CUSHING - Entered into the rest of Paradise, on Friday, November 21, 1884, from Florence Seminary, Clinton, New York, the residence of her son-in-law, Rev. Joseph A. Russell, Mrs. CHARLOTTE CUSHING, in the 71st year of her age. (RCNov28/1884)

SPENCER - Rev. FRANKLIN A. SPENCER died of pneumonia at his residence in Clinton, New York, Wenesday, (November 26, 1884) evening.  He was a native of Westmoreland in his county, and has been a prominent Presbyterian clergyman and temperance worker in Central New York for over forty years.  He was nearly 73 years old.   Remains were interred in the Westmoreland cemetery.  (RCNov28/1884)

COTTRELL - Mrs. ROSANNA COTTRELL, Augusta, New York, died Tuesday, November 18, 1884, at 12 o'clock P.M. after a long illness, aged 81 years.  Rev. H.M. Dodd being absent, the funeral services were conducted by Rev. Arthur A. Pierce, of Oriskany Falls, New York, Sunday, November 23, 1884.  (RCNov28/1884)

STURDEVANT - LILLIAN  STURDEVANT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sturdevant, died Monday, November 17, 1884 at 4 o'clock P.M., aged 7 years.  (RCNov28/1884)

From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper Rome, Oneida County, New York, Friday, December 5, 1884

WHITE - At Vernon Center, New York, December 1, 1884, of typhoid pneumonia,  ADDISON S. WHITE, aged 42 years, 1 month and 17 days. (RCDec05/1884)

CASSERLY - In Rome, New York, December 3, 1884, CATHERINE CASSERLY, wife of Patrick Casserly, aged 55 years. (RCDec05/1884)

HOYT - In Rome, New York, on Monday, December 1, 1884, AMOS HOYT, aged 76 years. (RCDec05/1884)

TANNER - In Utica, New York, Friday, November 28, 1884, FANNIE K., wife of the late John R. Tanner, aged 36 years. (RCDec05/1884)

BIDDLECOME - In Deerfield, New York, Tuesday, December 2, 1884, MARY, daughter of the late William Biddlecome. (RCDec05/1884)

FRAZER - Alonzo Frazer, of lower-Steuben, New York, has recently lost a child eight years old of diphtheria, and he has another child sick of the same disease. (RCDec05/1884) [notice of RCDec19/1884 has name spelt FRASER]

CLEVELAND - Dr. GEORGE W. CLEVELAND, an aged and influential resident of Waterville, New York, died December 4, 1884, after a brief illness.  He was a member of the Oneida County Board of Supervisors in 1850, in 1851, 1882,'83, and '84, and was highly respected by all who knew him.  His death is deeply regretted. (RCDec05/1884)

From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Friday December 12, 1884

MUSTER - Miss MUSTER, an aged lady of South Western, New York, died last week, after a protracted illness.  (RCDec12/1884)

FRASER - In Steuben, New York, December 7, 1884, of diphtheria, ORRIS FRASER, son of Jefferson and Nettie Fraser, aged 5 years. (RCDec12/1884)

WARD - In Boonville, New York, December 2, 1884, of diphtheria, MYRTLE WARD, adopted daughter of Heman Ward, aged 7 years. (RCDec12/1884)

TEEBO - In Rome, New York, December 3, 1884, HATTIE TEEBO, daughter of Thomas F. and Carrie Teebo, aged 2 years and four days. (RCDec12/1884)

NOLAND - At the residence of her son-in-law, M. Freeman, in Clinton, New York, December 3, 1884, Mrs. WINNIE NOLAN, aged 88 years. (RCDec12/1884)

LEWIS - At Hamilton, New York, December 3, 1884, of pneumonia, Prof. JOHN JAMES LEWIS, LL.D., of Madison University. (RCDec12/1884)

MUNSON - In West Camden, New York, December 1, 1884, POLLY, wife of Loren Munson, aged 76 years. (RCDec12/1884)

COSS - In Whitesboro, New York, Wednesday, December 3, 1884, BETSEY COSS, aged 54 years. (RCDec12/1884)

McCANN - In Rome, New York, December 8, 1884, ANN MAY, daughter of William McCann, on Calvert street, aged 3 years and 6 months. (RCDec12/1884)

MURPHY - In Rome, New York, December 8, 1884, DANIEL MURPHY, aged 22 years, 10 months, and 25 days. (RCDec12/1884)

BEMISTER - In Marcy, New York, Sunday, December 7, 1884, STEPHEN BEMISTER, aged 72 years, 7 months, and 25 days. (RCDec12/1884)

CAVANA - In Marcy, New York, Sunday, December 7, 1884, JANE, wife of William Cavana, aged 53? years. (RCDec12/1884)

ALLEN - In Knoxboro, New York, Saturday night, December 6, 1884, OSPHA  L.  COOK, wife of George H. Allen, Esq., aged 68? years, 4 months, and 26 days. (RCDec12/1884)

BUTTS - In Hawkinsville, New York, December 4, 1884, THOMAS B. BUTTS, aged 73 years, 9 months and 23 days. (RCDec12/1884)

OWEN - At Remsen, New York, December 7, 1884, WILLIAM P. OWEN, aged 58 years, son of the late William J. Owen. (RCDec12/1884)

HAYES - In Rome, New York, December 10, 1884, of congestion of the lungs, WILLIE, son of Morris and Dolly Hayes, aged 2 weeks and 4 days. (RCDec12/1884)

WING - NICHOLAS WING, died Friday, December 5, 1884 in Augusta, New York.  The funeral was conducted at the Presbyterian Church by Rev. H.M. Dodd. (RCDec12/1884)

SMITH - At Pine Plains, New York (obit follows)

    Mr. Smith is again called upon to mourn the loss of another daughter.  The mother died Oct 29, 1884.  CLARA, aged 17, died November 22.  After the death of Clara the disease seemed to take a more favorable turn, but, alas! another victim has succumbed to that terrible disease, typhoid fever.  This time it was Miss ROSA, aged 13.  She was sick 42 days, and was one of the greatest of sufferers, as one of the most patient.  This leaves one, Miss Tilly aged 15, who is at the present writing convalescent, with bright hopes of ultimate recovery.  There are always some who will say that if only another doctor had been employed, there might not have been so many deaths; but in justice to Dr. Shaver, we say we had a chance to know (being there a great deal), and we think he did all that science and human skill could suggest.  He also had the counsel of other physicians, but there was no help for them in the materia medica.  Too much praise cannot be given to Mr. Smith's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Butler, who came from their home with their three little children, and since Clara's death have taken care of the sick ones night and day.  We hope we shall not be called upon to chronicle the death of another member of the family. (RCDec12/1884)

[see related notice RCNov21/1884]

[Pine Plain's notice of RCFeb27/1885 - Miss Flora M. "Tilly" Smith whose mother and two sisters died here last fall of typhoid fever, has recovered so far as to be able to go to the home of Mrs. George Butler, at Constant..? Center, Oswego Co.  We are informed that her father has taken another wife already.]

CAPES - FRANK CAPES, who formerly worked in Tyler's mill, was recently killed while acting as brakeman on the Illinois Central R.R.  He leaves a wife and young babe who live in Oneida, New York. (RCDec12/1884)

SCHILLNER - JOHN SCHILLNER, a respected citizen of Rome, New York, died at his residence, corner of Depeyster and Louisa streets, Wednesday, December 10, 1884, of dropsey of the heart.  He was 51 years old, and had lived in Rome NY since 1847, when he came to this country with his parents from Germany.  He was a brother of Engineer George Schillner, and leaves a wife and ....?  (RCDec12/1884)

SHALLENBURGER - At Rome New York, December 8, 1884. (obit follows)

Death of a Waif.
     Most people  who have lived in Rome, New York, for a number of years know of "Lame Phil," as he was called, a cripple who for more than thirty years past has dwelt in and about the railroad shops in this city.  He was simple minded but inoffensive, and all who knew him were friendly toward the poor waif, who, as far as known had no relative on earth.  A week or two ago he took a severe cold while digging a trench, and it resulted in congestion of the lungs.  He was sent to the Rome hospital, for treatment, and died there last Monday morning. (December 8, 1884)  Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Dr. Egar, and the remains of the homeless waif now rest in Rome cemetery.  JOHN PHILIP SHALLENBURGER (for that was his name) had no home on earth, but it is not impossible that he, like the beggar Lazarus, may have found a home in Abraham's bosom.  (RCDec12/1884)

From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Friday, December 19, 1884

FRASER - Diphtheria in the vicinity of Steuben Corners has proved fatal, in the death of three childen in Alonso Fraser's family.  Dr. T. James Owens advised that the district school be closed for two or three weeks. (RCDec19/1884) [notice of RCDec5/1884 has name spelt FRAZER]

BACON - At Trenton, New York, December 14, 1884, Miss LAURA BACON, aged 84 years. (RCDec19/1884)

VOORHEES - In Camden, New York, December 8, 1884, AMANDA, wife of Henry Voorhees, aged 76 years. (RCDec19/1884)

LOUGH - In North Bay, New York, December 10, 1884, CAMERON, child of A.D. Lough, aged 11 days. (RCDec119/1884)

TAYLOR - At Marcy, New York, December 15, 1884, infant daughter of John B. and Cippora Taylor. (RCDec19/1884)

HEEP - In Whitesboro, New York, Monday, December 15, 1884, JOSEPH HEEP, aged 51 years, 7 months and 12 days. (RCDec19/1884)

VAN DeWALKER - At Webster Hill, New York, on Sunday, December 14, 1884, of consumption, ANGELINE VAN DeWALKER, aged 25 years, 2 months and 9 days. (RCDec19/1884)

DORNBURGH - In Floyd, New York, on Monday, December 15, 1884, LUCINDA DORNBURGH, aged 43 years. (RCDec19/1884)

BROWN - In Rome, New York, December 15, 1884, GILES K. BROWN, aged 75 years. (RCDec19/1884)

PEEK - In Sauquoit, New York, December 14, 1884, wife of Harmon Peek, daughter of M.C. Dunham, aged 21 years and 7 months. (RCDec19/1884)

WARD - In Boonville, New York, December 4, 1884, HEMAN WARD, aged 52 years. (RCDec19/1884)

MERRY - In Western, New York, December 7, 1884, ELI MERRY, aged 60 years. (RCDec19/1884)

EVANS - In Forestport, New York, December 10, 1884, EDWARD EVANS, aged 1 year and 9 months. (RCDec19/1884)

HERRIG - In Forestport, New York, December 9, 1884, JOHN G. HERRIG, aged 1 year, 6 months and 27 days.  (RCDec19/1884)

RAYMOND - In Forestport, New York, December 15, 1884, THEODORE WHITTAKER, son of T.J. and E.J. Raymond, aged 2 years, 7 months and 12 days. (RCDec19/1884)

RAY - In Utica, New York, December 15, 1884, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN RAY, aged 65. (RCDec19/1884)

SWEET - In Oriskany, New York, Wednesday, December 17, 1884, ARTHUR BROWNING, infant son of Hernian L. Sweet, aged 1 year and 10 days. (RCDec19/1884)

KNIGHT - In Rome, New York.  As we go to press, we learn that Mrs. CHARLES W. KNIGHT died last night (December 17, 1884) at her home, corner James and Embargo streets.  We have no particulars as to her death, though we know she has been an invalid for some time.  The blow falls heavily on her bereaved husband and little children.  (RCDec19/1884)

GRAVES - In Des Moines, Iowa, December 13, 1884, EDWARD D. GRAVES. (obit follows)

Sudden Death.
     Edward D. Graves, son of Mrs. Helen M. Graves, of Rome, New York, died suddenly last Saturday evening (December 13, 1884) in Des Moines, Iowa, where he was head book keeper in a bank of which his uncle was president.  He spent Thanksgiving with his mother here, and was then in good health.  But on Thursday of last week he was taken with inflamation of the bowels, and only lived about two days.  The remains were brought to Rome, NY reaching here Tuesday (Dec. 16, 1884) afternoon.  Funeral services were held at the residence of his mother, on Liberty street, conducted by Rev. Dr. Taylor of the Presbyterian Church.  Deceased was a graduate of Rome Academy, and a young man of much promise.  He was in the 22d year of his age. (RCDec19/1884)

BROWN - GILES K. BROWN, an old and respected resident of this town, died at his home in West Rome, New York at nine o'clock Monday (December 15, 1884) morning.  He had been ill some four weeks of a complication of disorders, and his death was not unexpected.  He was in the 76th year of his age. (RCDec19/1884)

MILLER - Mr. JACOB MILLER, an old resident of Ava, New York, was found dead in his bed last Thursday morning (December 11, 1884).  Heart disease is supposed to be the cause of his death.  He had had more or less trouble with his heart for the past eight or ten years but was able to work most of the time.  He worked all day, and was apparently in his usual health the day before he died.  He was a carpenter by trade and had worked at his trade considerable during the past summer, and notwithstanding his being somewhat advanced in years. Deceased was nearly severny-six years of age, and had lived in town about thirty-five years.  He leaves a widow with whom he had lived over fifty years, and two sons and two daughters.  The funeral services were held at the M.E. Church, Rev. D.D. Barnes, of Boonville, officiating, assisted by Rev. S.M. Fisk and Rev. P.A. Flint.  His remains were interred in the cemetery about a mile west of Ava Corners. (RCDec19/1884)

CUSHMAN - Mrs. CATHARINE CUSHMAN, a widow of the late J.P. Cushman, died at her residence at Lee (State Road) NY, last week, and on Thursday (December 11, 1884) the funeral was held.  Deceased was 62 years old.  Several children are left.  The remains were taken to West Branch for interment. (RCDec19/1884)

YOUNG - ELLA J. YOUNG, youngest daughter of I.W. and E.A. Young, died Thursday evening (December 11, 1884) in Verona, New York.  The funeral was held at her late residence on Monday, December 15, 1884.  (RCDec19/1884)

From ROMAN CITIZEN newspaper, Rome, Oneida County, New York, Friday December 25, 1884

PALMER - In New Hartford, New York, Monday, December 22, 1884, WILLIAM T., youngest son of the late William T. and Maria Palmer, aged 33 years. (RCDec25/1884)

CORBITT - At Oriskany, New York, December 19, 1884, GRACE CORBITT, born in county Down, Ireland, July 16, 1808, aged 76 years, 5 months and 3 days. (RCDec25/1884)

JONES - In Remsen, New York, Thursday, December 18, 1884, G. ELMER JONES, of Utica, New York, aged 32 years, 4 months and 25 days. (RCDec25/1884)

DENISON - At Vernon Center, New York, December 24, 1884, in her 87th year. NANCY DENISON, widow of the late Samuel Denison, of Floyd, NY. (RCDec25/1884)

DEVEREUX - In Utica, New York, December 24, 1884, Hon. JOHN C. DEVEREUX, at his residence, Chancellor square, in the 63d year of his age. (RCDec25/1884)

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