St. Lawrence County
ALLEN, Harriet S.
Died,In Ogdensburgh, on the 13th inst., after a short illness, Harriet S., wife of A. B. Allen, Esq., in the 57th year of her age. (The Lewis County Republican (Martinsburgh, NY) – Wednesday, September 21, 1853)
BACON, Amos, Esq.
Ogdensburg, N.Y., May 24, (1858) ae. 72. Mr. B. was born at Canterbury, Ct. His father was a soldier of the revolution, and served under Washington, in the vicinity of Boston, until the British evacuated that city. Mr. B. served as a volunteer several months in the war of 1812, on the eastern shore of Maryland. He came to O. immediately after the close of the war, and established himself as a merchant. In the comparative infancy of O., Mr. B. became one of its most distinguished citizens. As a merchant he was prompt in business, punctual in the fulfillment of every obligation, and by his skill and industry accumulated a handsome estate. In all the enterprises for the advancement of education, religion, and other village interests, none were more liberal, or devoted more of their time and energies. He was a most affectionate husband and father, and in all his domestic relations most exemplary. [Source: "Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858"; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY. 1859. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]
BALDWIN, Cyrus W., Esq.
Lisbon, N.Y., May 5, (1858) ae. 48, at the residence of James North, his brother-in-law. For several years a practicing lawyer, and for a number of the last years of his life a justice of the peace, he had come to be quite extensively known, and respected for his legal knowledge, the accuracy of his decisions, and the undeviating integrity of his character. He was an honest man; and the innate devotion of the man to the principle of exact justice to all men, and of equal rights to all, was not a dormant or inert principle; it shone out conspicuously in his every act, and won the confidence and respect of every man with whom he was brought into connection in the varied affairs and pursuits of life. The bar say of him, "That we receive the announcement of the death of our departed brother with sentiments of unfeigned sorrow; that in his deceased the bar of St. Lawrence Co. has lost a member estimable alike for his accurate knowledge of his profession, his unblemished integrity, his kindly disposition, and many amiable qualities; and our community, a citizen, who, in his private and official relations, was entitled to our unqualified respect. [Source: "Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858"; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY. 1859. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]
BARBER, George W., M.D.
De Peyster, St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., March 23, (1858) ae. 64. Dr. B. was a native of Windham Co., Vt., whence in 1823 he emigrated to De Peyster before its organization into a township, where he ever after resided, practicing his arduous profession with unusual success, and for more than 20 years discharged the duties of magistrate as an impartial minister of the law. In him were centered those qualities of head and heart which distinguish the upright man in whatever circumstances or condition of life he may be placed. His character, adorned by the Christian graces of humanity, charity, and love, is a priceless legacy to his children; and his memory will long be cherished in the affections and respect of the community in which he labored. The town of De Peyster, as a mark of their appreciation of his worth, have erected over his grave a beautiful marble monument, as a testimonial of their respect to his memory. Mrs. Ellen M. Chandler, wife of John B. Chandler, Esq., and daughter of Dr. B., died in De Peyster, March 19, 1858, ae. 25. [Source: "Annual OBITUARY NOTICES OF EMINENT PERSONS who have died in the United States FOR 1858"; BY HON. NATHAN CROSBY; BOSTON: JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY. 1859. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.]
PIONEER LADY PASSES AWAY
Mrs. Calvin Blanchard is called to her last rest at the age of 79 years and 14 days.
Louisa Granby Blanchard was born in Stockholm, St. Lawrence County, New York, August 11, 1834, and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Crane, at the age of 79 years and 14 days. In Stockholm, among old puritanical people, she grew to womanhood and at the age of 17 years, married Ramon Page. To this union were born two children, a boy and a girl. The boy grew to manhood and died several years ago. The daughter is now Mrs. C. D. Crane. Mr. Page died in 1855 after spending a short time with his family in Ohio. Mrs. Page then returned to New York with her two children and in 1859 she married Calvin Blanchard. They came to Iowa in 1866 and have lived in this vicinity ever since.
Mrs. Blanchard was a noble, grand woman of sterling worth and had a heart of gold. "To know her was to love her." [Jackson Sentinel, August 28, 1913 - Sub by Ken Wright]
CORBIN, David T.
Class of 1857 - DAVID TIMOTHY CORBIN. B. 11 Aug., 1833, Brasher, N.Y. Lawyer and teacher. U.S. Dist. Atty., S.C., 1867-77. Prof. Const. Law, Kent Coll. Of Law. Prof. Int. Law, Lake Forest Univ. Capt. 3rd Vt. Vols. Capt. 13th Vet. Res. Corps. Bvt. Major Vols. D. 8 Dec., 1905, Maywood, Ill. [Source: "Dartmouth College Necrology, 1905-1906, Hanover, N.H. Transcribed by Kim Mohler]
GILBA, J. H.
Manitowoc, Wis., April 24. - J. H. Gilba, chief engineer of the steamer Hesper, died here early yesterday of pneumonia. He was 57 years of age and leaves a wife and daughter, who reside in Chicago. He was a member of the Masons and Maccabees. The remains were today sent to Ogdensburg, N. Y., for burial. [Source: Wisconsin Weekly Advocate (Milwaukee, WI) Thursday, 25 Apr. 1901; MZ, Sub by FoFG]
HARRIMAN, Joseph E.
APPLETON, April 3. Judge Joseph E. Harriman died yesterday. He had held the position of county judge for fifteen years, and was a candidate for re-election. Judge Harriman was a native of St. Lawrence county, N.Y., from which place he came to Wisconsin in 1852, settling in Appleton four years later, where he was engaged in trade until 1868. In 1869 he was elected justice of the peace, which position he resigned in 1873 to accept the office of county judge, which position he has since continued to hold by successive re-elections. [Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Milwaukee, Wis.) Friday, 5 Apr. 1889; MZ, Sub. by FoFG]
Pine Grove - Anson Jackson, who was taken to the State hospital at Ogdenburg for treatment about three weeks ago, died at that place Friday. Funeral services were held Sunday morning at 10 a.m. at the Pine Grove church, Rev. H. L. Bowen, of Otter Creek, officiating; interment at the Wilcox cemetery in Leyden. He is survived by his widow, one brother, William Jackson of Watson, and one sister, Mrs. Milton Ford, of Greig. (The Journal and Republican (Lowville, NY) - Thursday, May 27, 1909)
Died, At Ogdensburgh, March 9, Mrs. Cornelia Post, daughter of Mr. Brewster of the American Hotel, Ogdenburgh, aged about 24 years. (The Lewis County Republican (Martinsburgh, NY) – Wednesday, June 1, 1853)
ROOT, Capt. Salmon
Died, In the town of Fowler, St. Lawrence Co., June 9th, 1853, Capt. Salmon Root, in the 91st year of his age. Deceased was born in Farmington, [??], May 14th, 1762. He entered the service of the continental army in 1777, and continued in the service until the close of the Revolutionary war. He was for a long time a resident of the town of Martinsburg. (The Lewis County Republican (Martinsburgh, NY) – Wednesday, August 3, 1853)
SEYMOUR, Charlotte Mason
died: November 30, 1924
Mrs. Seymour Dies At Good Old Age Of Ninety-four
Mrs. Charlotte Seymour, an aged and highly respected lady, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. (Miss) Mary Jane Seymour in Peoria, early Sunday morning, at the advance age of 94 years.
Mrs. Seymour was born in St. Lawrence county, New York, February 12, 1830. She was united in marriage to Lewis Seymour in 1846. Ten children were born to this union, five of whom survive, namely, Mrs. (Miss) Mary Jane Seymour, Peoria, Abe Seymour, Adair, Mrs. Emma Winters, Canton, and Jonce of Canton and Lafe of Ipava. Mr. Seymour, who was a Civil War veteran, died in August 1904. The deceased is also survived by 21 grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren.
For many years Mrs. Seymour was a resident of Astoria, until five years ago when she went to Peoria to make her home with her daughter. The body was brought to Astoria Tuesday noon and taken to Summum where the funeral was held in the Christian church, conducted by Rev. G. W. Burnett. Interment in the cemetery at that place. [Astoria Argus-Searchlight, Astoria, IL, Wednesday, December 3, 1924] from the collection of Lavina Walton, submitted by Sara Hemp]
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