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Subject: [GM-L] The Puritan Recorder
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 21:56:18 -0500
The Puritan Recorder, Boston, Thursday, May 4, 1854, continued..
Rev. A.C. Page, late of Holland, having removed to West Stafford, CT,
requests all letters and communications designed for him, to be addressed
to him at the latter place.
By a statement in the New Haven Journal it appears that Enoch Sage, a
member of the Legislature of Connecticut elected recently, was a member
in 1803, half a century ago.
Bunker Hill Monument is now lighted on the inside, by gas.
The Shirt Factory of T. H. Barnes, which was burnt in Bridgeport, CT, on
Wednesday night, was doubtless fired by incendiaries, as two men were
overheard conversing in the street as to the right time for raising an
alarm a short time before the alarm was given.
In Townsend, 26th ult., by Rev. S. H. SHELDON, Mr. James CAMPBELL to Miss
Sarah Authena FESSENDEN.
In Chester, 26th ult., by Rev. David BREED, Jr., Mr. Eliab LADD to Miss
Mary A. WEEKS, both of C.
In Spencer, 1st inst., by Rev. J. H. NORTHRUP, of Warren, Mr. George
JENKS to Miss Martha A. RICHARDSON, both of S.
In Foxboro, 25th ult., by Rev. E. Y. GARRETTE, Mr. Arza B. KEITH, of
Campello,to Miss Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Otis CARY, Esq., of F.
In Woonsocket, 23d ult., by Rev. L. PACKARD, Mr. William H.
ALDRICH to Miss Phebe A. WILBER.
In Bunker Hill, IL, 19th ult., by Rev. Mr. BARTON, Benjamin F. LONG, M.
D., of Alton, to Mrs. H. L. FURBER of the former place.
In Atkinson, NH, on the evening of the 24th ult., by Rev. Samuel H.
TOLMAN, M. D., assisted by Rev. Jesse PAGE, Rev. Charles SECCOMBE, Home
Missionary in St. Anthony, Minnesota Territory, to Miss Harriet M.,
youngest daughter of Rev. S. H. TOLMAN. The marriage was solemnized in
the Church, after which the Rev. Mr. TOLMAN addressed to his children
some parting instruction. Mr. and Mrs. S. left on the following morning
for their distant home in the West.
In this City, 26 ult., Miss Charlotte Cushing, eldest daughter of Mr.
Foster and Mrs. Charlotte V. WATERMAN, 21y 8m 14d.
In Woburn, Mr. Randolph WYMAN, 75.
In Newton Corner, 27th ult., Mr. Heman M. BURR, Jr., of this city, 27.
In New Braintree, 2d ult., Mr. Samuel S. WOODS, 65.
In Glastenbury, CT, 11th ult., Col. James SELLEW, 76.
In East Windsor, CT, 16th ult., Mrs. Sophia M., wife of Mr. Nathaniel
POTWINE, 52; 18th ult., Mr. Nathaniel POTWINE, 56
Died in Harrison, ME, March 29th, Mrs. Sarah P. Perley, aged 31. She was
a native of Ipswich, and a member of the Congregational Church, Rowley.
Died, very suddenly, in West Boylston, on the evening of the 10th ult.,
Mrs. Jane Delano, wife of Mr. James H. Moore, aged 47 y 9 m.. Mrs. Moore
was the daughter of Gideon Delano, Esq., late of Amherst, MA, and
granddaughter of the late Capt. Abishai Delano of New Bedford. Her
maternal grandfather was Artemas Howe, Esq. of New Braintree.--a
gentleman of high respectability, wealth and influence in the days of the
Revolution. He was a large land-holder, and married the daughter of Gen.
Warner of Hardwick; who was associated on terms of intimacy with
Washington, Adams and many others of noble deeds in that day; and who
also married a sister of the late Samuel Parkman, Esq., of Boston. Mrs.
Moore was born in New Braintree, July 4th, 1806. At the age of 21 she
became a wife, and subsequently, the mother of three children, two of
This concludes this issue of the paper. More to follow.