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Vol. 1, No. 01, Apr. 8, 1835, pp. 3, Col. 5.
BIRTH: In this village, Tuesday, 31st March, Mrs. H. M. Chandler of a daughter
DEATH: Died, in Dunham, April 5th, Col. William Sargeant, a revolutionary soldier aged 78.

April 21,1835 pp.3
Letters for Sutton
Ami C. Squire
Joseph Taylor
Stephen Bigalow

St Armand
Hiram Barnes
John Odell care of D. Campbell
Daniel Cheney
Lot Woodbury
Mary Hildreth

Vol. 1, No. 03, Apr. 28, 1835, pp. 3, col. 5.
DEATH: At Noyan, on the 18th inst. Eliza, wife of John Trepannia, after an illness of several months, which she bore with exemplary fortitude.
DEATH: At Saganaw, Michigan Territory, on the 24th ultima, of Phrenitis, in the 15th year of his age,
Clinton Grattan Chamberlin, youngest son of Dr. John B. Chanberlin, formerly resident Physician of thisvillage [Frelighsburg].
DEATH: In St. Albans, Vt. on the 24th inst. Mrs. Susanna Hoyt, wife of Mr. Joseph Hoyt, aged 86.
DEATH: On the 6th inst. suddenly, an infant son of H. R. Beardsley, Esq.
MARRIAGE: At Clarenceville, by the Rev. LMatthew Lang, Mr. James Curtis, to Miss Anna Boardman.
MARRIAGE: At St. George, by the Rev. Mr. Townsend, Mr. David L. Lewis, to Miss Elizabeth M. Sawyer.
MARRIAGE: In Shoreham, Vt, on the 8th inst. by the Rev. J. F. Gondime, Calvin S. Millington, M.D. of
Lawrence, N.Y. to Miss Eliza Ann Wood, daughter of Daniel Wood. Esq. of the former place.
MARRIAGE: In the Eastsern parish of the Seigniory of St. Armand, by the Rev. M. Lang, Mr. Chauncy
Abbot to Miss Mary Carpenter.


Vol. 1, No. 04, May 5, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
List of Letters
Letter for Sutton
Joseph Taylor
Stephen Bigalow
Joshua Cook

St. Armand
Mary Wildreth
Daniel Cheney
Lot Woodbury
Irn Ingalls
Sally Farnam
Dorcas Austin
John Fay
Asa Tisdale
John Booky
Thomas Cushing
Salva Stone
Marshall Hunt
John Whitney

Clarencville
Archanga Crepau
John Currier
Reuben Baker
Daniel Bronson
Abel Tryon
George Langly
Humphry R. Jewett
Robert D. Done
Briggs Wail
John Truscott
Daniel Nokes

DEATH: At Alburg, 29th April, Miss Phebe Reynolds, daughter of John Reynolds, about 20 years of age.
DEATH: At Foucault, on the 27th April, Captain John Dewar, aged about 88 years; an early settler and a
respectable inhabitant.

Vol. 1, No. 05, May 12, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
DEATH: At Foucault, on the 6th instant, Margaret, wife of Ezekiel Tayler, leaving a numerous family to
lament their bereavement.
MARRIAGE: On North Hero, by P. Cook Esq. Mr. Levi Derby of Caldwell's Manor, to Miss Melissa M.
Williams of North Hero.

May 19, 1935 pp3
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Missiskoui

Members to elect board of directors
Abel Smith
Anthony Rhodes
A.C. Chapman
Lynd Smith Jr.
M. Townsend
Oliver Flagg
J. Chamberlin
John W. Hapwood
Levi Kemp
James Taylor
W.W. Smith

List of Letter
Letters for St Armand
M Jemison
Mary Hildreth
Seneca Page
Daniel Cheney
James Tevan
Elwyn Bowker
Daniel Clark
George Cook Esq.
Thomas Cushing
John Bookey
Dorcas Austin
Asa Tisdale

Sutton
John T. Prentice
Stephen Bgialow

Dunham
S.P. Smith





Vol. 1, No. 07, May 26, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
List of Letters
Letters for St Armand
M. Jemison
Mary Hildreth
Seneca Page 2
Daniel Cheney
James Tevan
Asa Tisdale
Thomas Cushing
John Bookey
Abraham Hillker , 2
Sutton
John T. Prentice
Suel Scofield
Dunham
Daniel Westover

DEATH: On Friday the 22d inst., after 26 hours of intense illness, Benjamin Reynolds, Son of John
Reynolds of the Eastern Parish of St. Armand, aged 19. [Postmortem performed, and published, which
showed the death resulted from a ruptured abscess and not from cholera as suspected by neighbours.]

Vol. 1, No. 08, Jun. 2, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.

List of Letters
Letters for St Armand
Daniel Cheney
James Tevan
Asa Tisdale
Thomas Cushing
John Bookey
Abraham Hillker , 2
Mary Hildreth
John Ayer 2
Rauson Patch
Sarah H. Smith
George Barnes
Sutton
John T. Prentice
Silas K. Moore

BIRTH: On the 18th ult., at Caldwell's Manor, Mrs. Timothy Wheeler, of two Sons.
BIRTH: On the 23 ult., at Christie's Manor, Mrs. Harrington, of a Son and Daughter.
MARRIAGE: At Brome (Townships.) 6th instant, Rufus Parmlee, Esq. M. D. at Waterloo Village,
Shefford, to Mrs. Sarah Sanboro, daughter of Luke Knowleton, of Brome.

Vol. 1, No. 09, Jun. 9, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
List of Letters
Letters for St Armand
Seneca Page
Daniel Cheney
James Tevan
Asa Tisdale
Thomas Cushing
John Bookey
Mary Hildreth
John B. Ingalls
Mary Reynolds
Silas K. Moore
Simeon Whitman
Algernon S. Phillips

Sutton

Patrick O’Brien
Daniel Jones Esq.

Letters remaining in the post office at Bedford 5 June 1835
Moses Yarmold
Moses Pierce
Miss Ella Hastings
John Perry
Martin Smith
Ann Lenman
Frederick Higgins
David E. Stearns
Isaac Gailor
William Callendar
Robert Burley
Alexander Leslie
Joel Spears Jr
Benjamin Higgins
Dr Abram Thomson
William Sawyer
Ira Johnson
Alexander Gilliland
William Davies
Joseph Best
Samuel Johnson Jr
Miss Fanny Bancroft
Wightman Vaughan
Thomas Burley
George Chandler
W &S Briggs
Hugh Devitt
Milo Richardson
Jacob Galor


DEATH: At Bolton on the 28th ultim, Mr. Alexander Thompson, aged 88. He was on of the first settlers
and most substantial farmers of the Township of Bolton. He was also on of the first settlers of the
Township of Barnet, in the State of Vermont, and was probably the last survivor of the hardy bunch of
Scotch Emigrants who commenced the settlement of that Township, about sixty years ago.
DEATH: On the 4th inst., Albert Leavens, son of Paschal P. Leavens, Berkshire, aged about two years.
[Missed for a few minutes, found floating in a well.]
DEATH: On the 4th June, at Sabrevois, in the house of Mr. T. S. Russel, Mrs. Freeman Tree, of
consumption. She bore her sickness with Christian fortitude, and died in the hope of a blessed
resurrection.

Vol. 1, No. 10, Jun. 16, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.


List of Letters
Letters for St Armand
Seneca Page
Daniel Cheney
James Tevan
Asa Tisdale
Thomas Cushing
John Bookey
Mary Hildreth
John B. Ingalls

Sutton
Silas K. Moore

Letters remaining in the post office at Bedford 5 June 1835
Moses Yarmold
Moses Pierce
Miss Ella Hastings
John Perry
Martin Smith
Ann Lenman
Frederick Higgins
David E. Stearns
Isaac Gailor
William Callendar
Robert Burley
Alexander Leslie
Joel Spears Jr
Benjamin Higgins
Dr Abram Thomson
William Sawyer
Ira Johnson
Alexander Gilliland
William Davies
Joseph Best
Samuel Johnson Jr
Miss Fanny Bancroft
Wightman Vaughan
Thomas Burley
George Chandler
W &S Briggs
Hugh Devitt
Milo Richardson
Jacob Galor

BIRTH: In the Eastern Parish of the Seigniory of St. Armand, on Monday morning the 15th inst., Mrs.
Hiram Barns, of twins (both daughters).
MARRIAGE: On the 15th inst., by the Rev. Matthew Lane, Mr. Nelson Adams, Merchant of Bedford,
(Stanbridge) to Miss Cynthia Abbott, daughter of Capt. Jonas Abbott of the Eastern Parish of the
Seigniory of St. Armand


Vol. 1, No. 11, Jun. 23, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
BIRTH: At the village of Philipsburg, in the Western Parish of the Seigniory of St. Armand, on the 13th
instant, Mrs. Dr. May, of a son.

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Vol. 1, No. 12, Jun. 30, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
DEATH: On the 18th inst., Mrs. Jacob Green, at Odletown, in the 68th year of her age. She was a long
time resident here, her husband having been one of the early settlers of the Township and was much
respected for her amiable qualities.
DEATH: On the 21st inst., Harley M. Fargo, at Noyan, after a short illness of fifteen days.
DEATH: On the Morning of the 29th inst., Mr. Obediah Kimball, Richford, Vermont, in the 60th year of
his age, much regretted by the circle in which he moved

Vol. 1, No. 13, Jul. 7, 1835, pp. 3, col. 2.
DEATH: At Frelighsburg, on the 6th July, Mary, daughter of Mr. H. M. Chandler of theis village, aged
three months and seven days.
MARRIAGE: In West Alburgh, by Wm. L. Lawles, Esq. Mr. John Frier to Miss Rebecca Vosburgh, both
of Alburgh.

Vol. 1, No. 14, Jul. 14, 1835, pp. 3, col. 2.
BIRTH: At Caldwell's Manor, on the 5th inst., Mrs. Comfort Faddin, of a daughter.
DEATH: On the morning of the 4th instant, at Noyan, Elijah Oaks Whitney, son of Mr. Joseph Whitney,
aged 16 years. [Desription of a bone tumor that filled the mouth and caused profuse haemorrhage.]
MARRIAGE: At Odeltown, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Boothe, Mr. Richard Baswich to Miss Joellina
Van Vliets.
MARRIAGE: In West Alburg, by W. L. Sowles Esq., on the 5th inst., Antoine Barobey of Noyan, to
Margaret Bursway, of Odeltown, L.C.


Vol. 1, No. 15, Jul. 21, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
DEATH: At Cadlwells' Manor, on the 5th inst., suddenly, Mr. Bartholomew Vosburg.
MARRIAGE: On the 11th inst., at Rouse Point, in the State of New York, before the Worshipful Judge
Wood, Mr. J. T. Fleming of Alburg, to Miss Martha E. Young, of Christie's Manor, L. C.


Vol. 1, No. 16, Jul. 28, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
DEATH: On Friday morning [Friday 24th], after a long and painful illness which she bore with the most
Christian patience, Charlotte, wife of Dr. O'Callaghan, Editor of the Vindicator.
DEATH: On the same day [Friday, 24th], Edmund, the infant son of Dr. O'Callaghan.


Vol. 1, No. 17, Aug. 4, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
MARRIAGE: Also [at St. John's Church, Bedford], on the 30th ult., Mr. John Bedard, of the Township of
Stanbridge, to Miss Cordelia P. Janes, of the Seigniory of St. Armand.
MARRIAGE: At St. John's Church, Bedford, on Tuesday the 28th ult., by the Rev. D. Robertson. Mr.
Martin Carey of the Township of Stanbridge, to Miss Sophia Kelley, of Highgate, Vermont.


Vol. 1, No. 18, Aug. 11, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
BIRTH: On the 5th ultimo, the lady of Mr. Abram G. Steel, of a son.
Vol. 1, No. 19, Aug. 18, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
DEATH: At Noyan, on the 27th ult., after a lingering illness which he sustained with christian fortitude,
Jacob Hogle, leaving a disconsolate wife and a numerous family to lament his loss.
MARRIAGE: At West Alburgh, on the 9th inst., by W. L. Sowles, Esq., Mr. David Hemmington, to Miss
Margaret Bala, both of Clarenceville, L.C.


Vol. 1, No. 21, Sep. 1, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
MARRIAGE: At Clarenceville, on the 19th Aug., by the Rev. M. Townsend, Mr. Richard Wilkinson, to
Miss Hannah Young.
MARRIAGE: In Westfield, N. Y. on the 1st ultime, Mr. Sampson Mason, to Miss Prudence Martin.


Vol. 1, No. 22, Sep. 8, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
BIRTH: At Dunham Flat, on Saturday evening the 6th instant, Mrs. Oren Dunning, of a son.
MARRIAGE: On Monday, the 31st. ultimo, at St. John's Church, Bedford, by the Rev. D. Robertson, Mr.
Thomas Rooney to Miss Elizabeth Coburn, both of Stanbridge.
Vol. 1, No. 23, Sep. 15, 1835, pp. 3, col. 2.
BIRTH: At Philipsburg (Western Parish of the Seigniory of St. Armand) on Saturday the 5th inst., the
lady of the Rev. R. Whitwell, of a son.
DEATH: At Hampton, N.Y., suddenly, on Tuesday the 1st inst. Mrs. Ann Bingham, daughter of William
Barber Esq. at Enosburg, Vt., and wife of the Rev. More Bingham. A. M. Principal Minister of the former
place. Mrs. B. complained of faintness and immediately expired, leaving a solemn warning to her
surviving friends …
MARRIAGE: On the 9th inst. at Henryville, by the Rev. M. Townsend, Edward S. Goodnow, of that
place, Merchant, to Miss Emily H. Erwin, formerly of Johnstown, Vt.


Vol. 1, No. 24, Sep. 22, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
BIRTH: At Dunham, on 18 inst. Mrs. Lyman Barnes, of son.
DEATH: In Brome, on the 20th inst., Hannah Durkee, wife of Ransom Durkee, aged 71 years.
DEATH: In St. Armand, on the 17th inst., Mr. Abel Holden.


Vol. 1, No. 25, Sep. 29, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
BIRTH: At St. Armand, on the 21st inst., Mrs. Richard Symes, of twins, both sons.
BIRTH: In the Eastern Parish of the Seigniory of St. Armand, on Wednesday evening the 23d inst. Mrs.
Jethro Inglis, of twins, son and daughter.
DEATH: At Christie's Manor, on the 18th inst., Mrs. Truscott, aged 40 years.
DEATH: At Lacole on the 19th inst., Mrs. Anna March, wife of Edward March Esq., collector of customs
there, aged 55 years.
DEATH: At River St. Clair, Michigan Territory, on the 7th inst, Mr. Curran Fox Chamberlin, son of Dr.
John B. Chamberlin, formerly resident physician in this village. Aged 20.
MARRIAGE: At West Alburg, on the 19th inst., by the Hon. John M. Sowles, Mr. Levi Stevens to Susan
Fitchet, both of Lacole.


Vol. 1, No. 26, Oct. 6, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
DEATH: At Churchville, on Sunday, P. M. the 4th instant, of hemorrhage, an infant daughter of Mr.
Albert Barney, aged 14 months.
MARRIAGE: At Philipsburg on the 28th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Thompson, Mr. George Nokes, to Miss
Rebecca Lungeway, of Christie's Manor.
MARRIAGE: On 1st inst., at Potton by the Rev. James Reid, Capt. Moses Elkins to Mrs. Gilman, widow
of the late William C. Gilman.


Vol. 1, No. 27, Oct. 13, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
DEATH: In St. Armand, L.C., on Sunday the 11th inst.,, Mr. David Toof, aged 54 years and 9 months,
after a distressing illness of about six months ... [mentions a wife and children]. Printers in Vermont,
New York and Boston, are requested to insert the above.
DEATH: On Friday evening, the 9th inst., William Miles, infant son of Mr. Samuel Farrand of the
Township of Brome, aged 7 months.
DEATH: On Wednesday morning the 7th inst., George Cook Esq., of the Eastern Parish of the Seigniory
of St. Armand.


Vol. 1, No. 28, Oct. 20, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
DEATH: In Sutton, on the 5th inst., Eunice P. Hunt, wife of Mr. Gilman, aged 29 years.
Vol. 1, No. 30, Nov. 3, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
MARRIAGE: At Do. [West Alburg, , by Wm. L. Sowles Esq.] Mr. Peter St. George to Mrs. Charlotte
Metevier.
MARRIAGE: At Stanbridge, on 2nd inst., by the Rev. James Reid, Captain John Chandler to Miss Susan
Tree.
MARRIAGE: At West Alburg, by Wm. L. Sowles Esq., Mr. Oliver Wiley to Miss Elizabeth Ann Brownson.
MARRIAGE: At. Do. [West Alburg, , by Wm. L. Sowles Esq.] Mr. Palmer Wheeler to Miss Sally Chilton.


Vol. 1, No. 31, Nov. 10, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
DEATH: At Constable Forks, State of New York, on the 6th October, Mr. Lymond Sawyer, aged 31
years, eldest son of Mr. Gardner Sawyer, of Dunham, Lower Canada. Mr. Sawyer came to his death
accidentally, while in the act of attempting to roll some logs down a steep bank to a saw-mill, by being
caught between them & crushed to death instantaneously.
DEATH: On Wednesday evening the 4th instant, Moses, infant son of Mr. Moses Knap of this Seigniory
[Frelighsburg].


Vol. 1, No. 32, Nov. 17, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
DEATH: On 12th inst., Anna Maria, wife of Mr. H. Nelson Whitman of Stanbridge, and daughter of J.
Selby, Esq., of Dunham.


Vol. 1, No. 33, Nov. 24, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
BIRTH: On the 15th inst. Mrs James Lee, of a Son.
MARRIAGE: At West Albrug on the 8th inst., by Wm. L. Sowles Esq., Philip Bissel to Miss Mariette
Vaughan, both of Caldwells' Manor, L.C.


Vol. 1, No. 34, Dec. 1, 1835, pp. 3, col. 3.
DEATH: In this Village, [Frelighsburg] on the 25th ult., infant daughter of Mrs. Zerus Reynolds, aged 8
weeks.
DEATH: In this Village, [Frelighsburg] on the 28th ult., of Consumption, Miss Lucy Ann eldest daughter
of Mrs. Lucy Henderson, in the 21st year of her age.
[Tribute included.]


Vol. 1, No. 35, Dec. 8, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
MARRIAGE: At Lewiston, Niagara County, N.Y. on the 17th ult. Ebenezer Stimson, Esq. of the firm of P.
E. & J. Stimson, Hamilton U.C., to Emily, daughter of L. Cooke Esq. of the former place.


Vol. 1, No. 36, Dec. 15, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
DEATH: At Sutton, on the 18th Nov, Mr. John S. Gibson, aged 89 years. [Extensive obit. follows with
numerous references to Indian fighting.]


Vol. 1, No. 37, Dec. 22, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
BIRTH: At Philipsburg, on the 11th ult., Mrs. C. R. Cheesman, of a daughter.
BIRTH: At the same place [Philipsburg], on the 16th ult., Mrs. A. B. Merritt, of a son.
DEATH: At her residence, in Farnham, on Saturday morning, the 19th instant, after a few hours illness,
Mrs. A. W. T. Gales, wife of Whipple Wells, Esq., & Sister of the Hon. Samuel Gale of Montreal, aged 58
years.
MARRIAGE: At Frelighsburg, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. James Reid, Rector of St. Armand East, Mr.
James Liddell, to Miss Arethusa Cross.


Vol. 1, No. 38, Dec. 29, 1835, pp. 3, col. 4.
MARRIAGE: At do. [Odelltown], by the Rev. James Booth, Mr. John Eldridge, to Miss Mary Alison.
MARRIAGE: At Foucault, (C. Manor,) on the 22d inst., by the Rev. M. Townsend, Mr. Wm. Derrick, of
Noyan, (Christies' Manor,) to Miss Electa Hawley, of the former place.
MARRIAGE: At Noyan, by the Rev. M. Townsend, Mr. Gen. Hyslop, to Miss Emily Derrick, both of
Noyan.
MARRIAGE: At Odelltown, by the Rev. James Booth, Mr. Lockwood Alison, to Miss Esther Harper.
MARRIAGE: In Sutton, on the 19th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Holmes, Mr. Simeon Courser, to Mrs. Bessy
Morgan, both of Sutton.
MARRIAGE: On the 27th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Thompkins, Mr. Nathaniel G. Chadsey, to Miss Caroline
F. Dunning, both of St. Armand.

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Missiquoi Standard

May 3 1836

Births
In the village of Frelighsburg, on the 28th ultimo, Mrs. Warren Morrill, of a Daughter
At St. Armand, on the 28th ultimo, Mrs. James Ayer, Jr. of a Son
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Married
At Richford, on the 28 ult. by the Rev. J. Powell,Mr. Richard Shepherd to Miss Dilany Breese.
Also, on the 28 utl. Mr. Samuel Bounty to Miss E. Shepherd, all of Sutton.
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Died
At Stanbridge Village, on the 26th ultimo, R. Maykes, aged 58.

May 17, 1836

 OF LETTERS.
For St. Armand
Shubel Smith        John H. Wesscher,
Maro V.  Blingham    Christopher Morey, Jr.
Thomas Goff        The Representatives of
            the late William Moffatt
            Important information.
Dunham
Miss Jane Westover

Married
In Brooklyn,  L. I., on the evening of the 12th utl., Mr. Daniel W. Ingersoll, Merchant of theFirm of D. W. Ingersoll and Co. of Burlington to Miss Harriet Smith, daughter of Truman Smith of the former place, and merchant in the City of New York.

Died
At Boston, on the 8th April last, Mrs. Mary E. Kimball wife of Dr. Horace Kimball and daughter of Leon Labante, Esq. in the 21st year of her age.  She died in the serene hope of salvation thro’ the merits of her redeemer.  She was fondly loved on earth, and her decease is the more feelingly deplored.


May 24, 1836

Birth
In the Western parish of St. Armand, on Monday the 10th instant,Mrs. Captain Alexander McKenney, of a Son.
Died
At Richford, on the 15th ult., Miss Anna Janes, daughter of Jeremiah Janes, aged 21.

At Richford on the 11th instant, Miss Jane Carpenter, daughter of Mr. Stephen Carpenter, aged 19.

At Farnham, on Friday afternoon on the 20th instant,  after a few days illness, Rebecca Wells, wife of Mr. Asa Hastings,and youngest daughter of Mr. Richd Wells, Sen, aged 24 years.   

At Hemmingford, on the 13th instant, Mrs. Prudy, wife of John Vaughan, aged 40.

Also at Russelton, Mrs. Sylvester Young. The two latter were Formerly of Caldwells’ Manor.
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May 31, 1836

LIST OF LETTERS
For St. Armand
Abel Adams        Peleg Thomas
Sir Walter, Farnham    Elwyn Howker
Peter Embury        Sarah Clark
Nathum Green        George Chandler
    Sutton
John Allen
Births
At Phillpsburg, on the 25th instant, Mrs. Dan B Gilbert Of a son
Also on the 25th instant, in the Western Parish of St Armand, Mrs. Alexander Best, of a son.

Died
At Dunham, on the 28th instant, Nelson Lock, Son of Mr. Varamus Lock, aged 14 months and Six days.

June 7 1836

Married
At Montreal, on the 30th ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. Perkins, Mr. C. H. Huntington, of St. Albans, to Miss Caroline Street,   both formerly of this place.
Died
At Yamaska, on the 27th April, Miss Emily Hubbard,daughter of Mr. William Hubbard, of Sutton, in the 17thyear of her age.  On the 20th March she left home to attendschool at Yamaska, and on the 20th May her father went tobring her home.  When within 12 miles of the village, he, for the first time, heard of her death and burial.Her death will be more sensibly felt, as she was Universally beloved.  Printers are requested &c.

June 14, 1836

Died
At Caldwell Manor, on the 6th instant,  Catherine, spouse of Mr. Alva Johnston, and daughter of Conrad Derrick, Esq; aged 32
June 21, 1836

LIST OF LETTERS
For St. Armand
Nahum Green        George Chandler
Elwyn Howker        Thomas Blacklock, 2
Ephriam Town        John Fay, 2
John Ingals        Eliza Scofield
John B. Clark        Daniel Clark
David Guthrie   

Sutton
Nehemiah Morse    Ira Janes
Patrick O’Brien, 2

Highgate, Vt.
Andrew W. Barton

Births
At Lacole, on the 16th instant, Mrs. Levi Stevens,  of a son
In the Eastern Parish of St. Armand, on the 16th instant, Mrs. W. R. Snarle, of a son.

Married
At Stanbridge, on the 8th ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. Robinson, Mr. James Carter, of St. Armandto Miss Orpha Conry, of Stanbridge

At Missiskuoi Bay on the 14th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Whitwell, Mr. Austin Humphrey toMiss Harris Duel.  Our thanks are due them for a portion of the wedding loaf.

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Died
At Caldwells Manor, on the 12th instant, Sarah Keit, in the  16th year of her age.
June 28, 1836

Married
At Richford, Vt., on the 19th inst. by the John Huse, Esq.  Mr. Herman Turner ofDunham to miss Lucy Cook, of Sutton L.C.

In the Seigniory of Noyan, on the 25th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Robertson, Mr. George L. Kraus.of St. Armand, to Miss Mary W. Bingham,  youngest daughter of Solomon Bingham, Esq.of the former place In the mid-t of their conjugal bliss, the happy couple have remembered the Printer. May happiness and prospertiy attend them through life.
Died
At Champlain, on the 28th inst. Mrs. Hannah Pettenger,  wife of John Pettenger, of that place

At Grand Blair, Michigan, in March, Lucinda,daughter of Joseph Tyler, aged six years.

At Sutton, on the 20th instant, Mr. Joseph Gilasin the 35th year of his age.
July 5, 1836

LIST OF LETTERS
For St. Armand
Simeon Whitman, 2        John McCradden
Eli Hawley            Guy Patterson
Sarah Clarke            Michael Custily
Lucy Henderson
Sutton
Patrick Canada
Births
At Farnham, on the 24th June, Mrs. Alfred NashEsquire, of a Son
On the 29th June, Mrs. Maryman Castle, of a son
Married
At Franklin, on the 27th June by E. Bascom, EsquireMr. Hascal Proctor, of Brome, to MissNancy Shepherd, of St. Armand
Died
On the morning of the 23rd ultimo, James, son of William Davis, of Stanbridge, age eleven months and 13 days.

July 12, 1836

Married
At St. Albans, Vt, on the 6th inst, by theRev. G. Allen.  The Rev. Micajah Townsend Rector of St. George’s Church, Noyan, to Miss Sarah K. Nash, sister of the Rev. S Nach, formerly Rector of the Episcopal Church, of St. Albans

On the 27th ult., by the Rev. James Reid, Mr. Sewell Lawrance, of Sutton, to Miss Lucinia Davidson, of St. Armand   


July 19, 1836

Married
At West Alburg, on the 25th ult., by William L. Sowles, Esq. Mr. Samuel Lyndon toMiss Polly Carle both of Henrysville, L.C.

At Hemingford, on the 23d ultimo, John Vaughan to Hector Ann Hawkins

At Champlain, on the 30th utl, Manual Manning to Miss Hariet Carprun, bothof Odelltown.

At Dunham, on Thursday the 14th, inst, by theRev Charles C. Cotton, A.B.Mr. Robertt Gitty, junr to Miss Eliza Ross.
Died
At Sutton, on the 16th instant, Peleg Spencer,at an advanced age.  Mr. Spencer was a man highly respected and one of the earliest settlers of the Township


July 26, 1836

Died
At Quebec on the 6th instant, Charles A. Mills in the 20th year of his age


Aug 2, 1836

Married
At Highgate, on the 24th ultimo, Mr. John H. Clow to Miss Catherine Small.

At Alburg, on the 13th ultimo, by – Sewell, Esq.Mr. Lorenzo Ellis to Miss M. Martin,of Caldwells Manor
Died
At Whithy, U.C., on the 5th July last, Thomas Pickle,formerly of the Township of Brome, L.C.


Aug 9, 1836

LIST OF LETTERS
For St. Armand
Robert Perkins        Mrs. M. Wightman,
Sir Walter Farnham    Nathan Darling
Cornelia Abbot        George W. Ayer

Sutton
James O’Flanagan

Married
At Highgate, on the 24th ultimo, Mr. John H. Clowto Miss Catherine Smith, Instead of  Miss Catherine Small, as appeared in the Standard of the 2d instant.

Died
At St. Armand East, on the 4th instant, suddenly, from injury of the spine Alvard, eldest son of Mr. Moses Knap, aged 11 years.

At Dunham, on the 6th inst, Mr. John Darby


Aug 16, 1836

Births
At Havensville, Township of Dunham, on Tuesday the 19th July, Mrs. Metcalf Haven, of a Son

Died
At Philipsburg, on the 12th instant, after a short illness Mr. Shaw, aged about 26.

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Aug 23, 1836

Married
At Alburg, on the 15th instant, by Wm. Sowles Esq. the Hon. David Keet, Esq. to Miss ? Rember,a lady from England.
At St. Johns Church, Bedford, by the Rev.D. Robertson,  Isaac T. Hance, Esq., of Ithica, State of New York, to Miss Hannah Easter Hungerford, daughter of Allen Hungerford, Esq.
Stanbridge.
With the above, we thankfully acknowledge having received from the happy pair as much of the wedding loaf as will feast our frineds and ourselves for a week; in return, we offer them our sincere wishes for a prolonged life of happiness.

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Aug 30, 1836

Married
At St. John’s Church, Bedford on Monday the 22d instant, Martin Solesbury, of St. Armand
to Miss Harriet Hungerford, of Stanbridge


Sept. 6, 1836, pg 3
Births
In St. Armand West Mrs. Horatio Throop of twins.
On the 12 ult. Mrs. Hariet Colt, wife of L. A. Colt, Esq. of a daughter.
Married
At Richford, Vt- on the 3d ult. By John Huse, Esqr. Henry R. Wood, of the firm of Hall Wood, & Gilman, of North Troy, to Miss Susan Gilman of Potton, L.C.

Died
At Dunham, on the 23d ult, Samuel, son of Mr. Hall blacksmith, lately from England, now of Dunham.

Sept 13, 1836 page 3
LIST OF LETTERS
For St. Armand
Potter Hazard        L.N. Kemp
Michael Custely        E.C. Reynolds
Representative late Wm. Moffatt
Thomas Blacklock, 2    Wm. Reynolds
John M. Cradden    John Simpson
John Terrance        Nathan Darling
Eli Hawley        Thomas Gilman, or
Wm. E. Waldo        John Tabor
Ruth E. Ingalls

Sutton
Jonathan Smith        Horace Bigelow
James O’Flanagan    Henry Hawley
George Leathert
Berkshire, Vt.
Simeon Darling
Fairfield, Vt.
Joab Smith, 2d.
Dunham


Mr. D. Westover

Sept 20, 1836

Married
At West Alburg, by Wm. L. Sowles, Esq.
On the 22nd ult. Mr. James Smith to Miss Jane Miller, both of Noyan, L.C.
Died
At Burlington, Vt. On the 7th last, Warren L. Howard, aged 16 years.

Mr. Hutcherson’s child, of Lacole, aged 2 years, fell back into a tubof boiling water and was so badly scalded that he died 24 hours after.

Sept 27, 1836

Married
At Chatham on Sunday the 18th, instant, by the Rev. Wm. Abbott,Rector of St. Andrews, Mr. Isaac H. Smith of St. Armand to MissSarah Clarke, of the same place, formerly of Chatham.

Died
At Caldwells Manor, 34 Cotterssion on the 22d instant. Mrs. Barbary, Concert of Philip
Derrick, Esq., after a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian
Fortitude, age 53.

At Dunham, on Saturday the 24th inst. Mrs. Anne, consort of Mr. Samuel Maynard, age about 34 years.

At Graindslane, Michigan, on the 9th ult. Revd Nathaniel Ewer, age 39 years.
He has left a wife and four children to mourn the loss of a kind relative.

For many years he has struggled with disease, and for the last few weeks his sufferings were extreme.He bore his illness with patience and Christian resignation and died lamented by those who knew him.

Printers in New Hampshire and Massachusetts are requested, &c.


Oct 4, ag report

? heading
Hiram Traver 1st
Silas England 2d
Wm Harper 3d

On Oxen
Addl Vincent 1st
Wm. Gates 2d
Merrill Stanton 3d

On Bulls
Gilbert Frarie 1st
Rodman H. Whitman 2d
Thomas Selby 3d
Stevens Baker 4th
Addl Vincent 5d

On Cows
Wm. Davis 1st
Abram Jackson 2d
Stevens Baker 3d
Edward Baker 4th
James Blinn 5th
Charles Kemp, 6th
Robert Barber 7th

On Three Year old Steers
Thomas Weightman 1st
Joseph Baker, Jun. 2d
Ambrose Spencer 3d

On Two Year old Steers
David Rhyckard 1st
Ambrose Spencer 2d
Stevens Baker 3d
Henry Boright 4th


On Two Year Old Heifers
Alonza R. Harris 1st
J. Shufelt 2d
Philip Toof 3d
Stevens Baker 4d

On Yearling Heifers
Silas England 1st
C.H. Vaughan 2d
Leonard Vincent 3d
John Chandler 4th

On Rams
Elihu Crossett 1st
Wm. B. Seely 2nd
R. Gibson 3d
Ralph Miller 4th
J. Brill 5th

On Ewes
R. S. Throap 1st
Wm. B. Seely 2nd
Elihu Crossett 3rd
J. Birll 4th
Wm. Wightman 5th

On Boars
Omia LaGrange 1st
Caleb G. Marindale 2d
A.N. Martindale 3d

On Sows
Caleb G. Martindale 1st
H. W. Rice 2nd
James Blinn 3rd
James McCanna 4th

On Butter
Elihu Crossett  1st
Geo Doncaster 2nd
A.H.  Harris 3rd

Oct. 4, 1836

Died
At Stanbridge, on the 20th, inst. Serena, wife of Mr. Manly Blinn, in the 33d year of her age.
Printers in New Hampshire and Massachusetts are requested, &c.

Lately, Isabel Thomson, widow of the late Mr. Mark Thomson, of Cliburn Head, Westmoreland, age 101. When a girl, she assisted to bake bread for the royal army, on its march northward, during The rebellion of 1745.

At Knaresborough, at the great age of 101, Edward Day, one of the constables who eighty years ago Arrested and celebrated Eugene Aran, and assisted to raise him on the gibbet.


Oct. 11, 1836

LIST OF LETTERS
For St. Armand
Miss Emily Frary                   Benjamin Patch
David Tittemore                     Sylvester Oniel
Abraham Labrun                   George Frary   
Thomas Gilman, or E. Waldo
Peleg Thomas                       Jason Brewer
George W. Ayer                   H.M. Chandler
Sutton
Daniel Jones,                         Calend Dearborn
John F. West
Berkshire, Vt.
John Dingman

Oct 18, 1836
LIST OF LETTERS
In the Post Office at
FRELIGHSBURG
Ayer George W.                         Abbott Jonas
Blacklock Thomas 2 care of Martin Sournbury
Brewer Jason                             Brewster  William
Colt Levi S. Esq.                          Castily Michael, care of Mr. Rhodes, Philipsburg
Currier John McCinddew
Dingman, John                          Bedsldre,  Vt.
Darling Nathau     Dearborn, Celinda, Sutton
Frary George
Gilman Thomas care of E. Waldo
Hawley Eli
Jones Daniel Capt. , Sutton
McKiff Bartholomew, care of Art. Holden
Prentice J.T.
Representative of Wm. Moffatt (important)
Reynolds Benjamin            Reynolds, William
Reynolds E.C.
Smith, Jacob 2d Fairfield Vt.
Tisdale Asa
Wing Ward                          Whitman H.N. 2
West John Fairfield Vt
Post Office, Freslighburg, 17th Oct 1836
                     J. CHAMBERLIN, P.M.

Oct 18, 1836
Married
On the 11th inst., by the Rev. R. Whitwell, Mr. Charles Hawver
Of Stanbridge, to Miss Hannah Duel, of St. Armand.

The Editor and Printer were Duly Remembered.

Died
Reuben Cutting, Esq. age 46 years

Oct 25, 1836

Births
In this Parish on Wedensday the 19th Instant Mrs. Lorenza, D. Schofield, of a daughter
Married
At Standbridge, on the first day of Septemberlast by the Rev. Mr. Booth, Edwin Rude, Esq. of Stanbridge East, to Mary Snyder, Daughter of John Snyder, Esq. of Stanbridge West.
Died
Here, on the 21st Instant, after a protracted period of suffering Miss Helen Ferres, (formerly of Aberdeen, Scotland), sister of Mr. Ferres
Editor of this paper.

Nov 2, 1836

LIST OF LETTERS
& Papers in the PosT Office at
FRELIGHSBURG.

John Ayer                   Mrs Elisa Scofield
Parker Cross              Daniel Ingalas
Capt.l ?  Sutton
Elwyn Bowker             John Dingman
Wm. Brewater, Sutton
William Raynolds, Cooksville,
Miles Celinda,  Dearborn
J.T. Prentiss,   Sutton
Bartholomew McKiff      Charles Short
Sarah H. Smith         Jason Brewer,
Michael Casstilly           Asa Tisdale
Jacob Smith, 2 Fairfield Vt.
Thomas Blacklock, 2     Nathaniel Darling, 2
Representatives of the late Wm. Moffatt
John McCridden            Eli Hawley
      PAPERS
C.A. Seymour          H.N. Whitmatt
John Baker, Esq      Geo. Bridgman
Jonas Abbott           Mr. Reynolds
N. Stevens                D. Westover
                J. CHAMBERLIN, P.M.
Post Office, Frelighsburg, 2d Nov 1836

Births
On Monday, the 25th ultimo, Mrs. John B. Clark, of a Son.

Married
On Tuesday, the 25th ultimo, by the Rev. R. Whitwell W.W. Smith, Esq., to Miss Amanda, daughter of Abel Smith, all of Philipsburg.

In the Township of Dunham, on the 8th ult. By the Rev. Charles C. Cotton, Mr. Samuel Vanantwerp to Miss Elisa Traver, daughter of Peter Traver, both of Dunham.
‘Bright Venus on her rolling throne,Is drawn by gentle birds alone,And Cupid yukes the doves.’

Nov. 8, 1836
Died
In Monroe, Ohio, Wm. T. Sergeant, aged 54 years, formerly a resident of Farnham, L.C.

Nov. 15, 1836
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office
FRELIGHSBURG
11th Nov. 1836
St. Armand
Jason Brewer      Bartholomew McKiff
George Conke     A.W. Clark
David Fuller Carpenter
Alvin S. Woodbury    John Anderson
John Ayer 2nd       Mr.s Richard Clark
Elizabeth Mizeurn
Sutton
J.T. Prentice    Miss Celinda Dearborn
Wm. Brewster

Died
At Dunham, on the 12th Inst. Florida McAllum, widowof the late Capt. Asa Westover, after a longperiod of sickness which she bore with exemplarypatience and christian resignation.


Nov. 22, 1836

LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office
FRELIGHSBURG
21st Nov. 1836
St. Armand

Jason Brewer                  George Cooke
Elizzabeth Mizeurs         John Taber
Mrs. Mary A. Whitaker, 2
Robert Attken                   Isaac Smith
Marshall Hunt                 John Krans
Miss Rebecca L. Whitney
Jebediah Hibbard             Mrs. Sara Smith
Nathan Stevens
Sutton
J.T. Prentiss                  Miss Celinda Dearborn
Thaam Willey

Died
At Berkshire Vt. On the morning of the 18th Inst. Susannah Swan, Widow of the Late Francis
Stewart, in the 76th year of her age, formerly of This Seigniory.
Nov. 29 1836

Died
At Stanbridge, Upper Mills, on the 6th of Oct.Mrs. Harriet Worchester, in the 26th year of her ageIn the fullness of the Christian’s hope.

At St. Armand, East, on the 22d Nov., Mrs. Morey, wife of Mr. Varnum Morey, and mother of the above, age 43.

Printers in St. Albans and Burlington are requested, &c.


Dec 6, 1836
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office
FRELIGHSBURG
Dec 5th 1836
St Armand

John B. Clark,             George Cook
Clarles Short, care of John Bowker
Wolcott R. Searle       Miss Mary Thomas
Marshall Hunt            A.S. Spencer
Henry Boright
Sutton
Ira Janes,                        J.T. Prentiss

Married
At Montreal, on the 28th ult. By the  Rev. A. Matheson, Peter Cowan, Esq. Merchant of
Nelsonville, Dunham, to Miss Jane Elizabeth Hacket, of that city.

Births
In this village, on the 2d instant, Mrs. James Liddell, of a son.

Dec 20 1836

LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office
FRELIGHSBURG
Dec. 19th 1836
St. Armand

Isaac Fletcher            Benjamin Reynolds 2
Edward Ferguson       Mrs. Sarah Ayer
Jacob Lagrange           Elijah Spencer
Simon P. Lalanne

Married
At Stanbridge, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. J. Reid, Mr. Asa Martindale, to Miss Maria Wells,
Both of the same town.

By the Rev. Charles C. Cotton, Mr. Lewis Pettis, eldest son of Capt. John Pettis, to Miss Elizabeth Westover, eldest daughter of the late CaptStephen Westover, Land Surveyor, both of Sutton.

Died
In Enosburg, Vt. on the 24th Nov. Mrs. Lydia,
Wife of Mr. Alvin H. Baker, age 22 years.
Suddenly and in an unexpected hour of the ghastly hue of death supplanted the flush of health which a short time since mantled on her check withsurpassing beauty and loveliness. In the death of this amiable young woman, the society with which she was connected, has sustained no ordinary loss. She was known only to be beloved; & a bereaved husband and extensive circle of relatives and friends, though they mourn not as those who have no hope, will long and deeply feel the weight of their affliction.
 When brightest prospects greet our sense,   In youth and beauty’s richest bloom –     Death strikes the blow—there’s no defence—  He lays them blighted in the tomb.                                                   Com.

Dec 27, 1836

Died
At Dunham, on the 25th inst, Sarah Ingles, wife of Hubbard Dudley, age 67.

3 Jan 1837 Image 7
Married,
 At Stanbridge, on the 1st, Instant, by the Rev. J.Reid, Hiram Corey, Esq., to Mary Palmer,
both of Stanbridge.
 At Potton, on the 28th, ultime, by the Rev.J. Reid, Mr. Horace Green, to Miss Martha J.
Miltimore, both of the same Town.
 The Printer would acknowledge the receipt ofa [portion of the Wedding Loaf, and in return,
tender the happy couple, his sincere thanks, andbest wishes, for such a token of their respect.

17 Jan 1837 Image 9-
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office
FRELIGHSBURG.
Jan. 10th, 1837.
St. Armand
Mrs. Dorthea L Appleton
Walter Farnum
George Cook
Seneca Paige
J.T. Premiss
Isaac Stevens
Nathan Stevens
George Leathart
Peter Laferty
Mrs Mary Whitaker
Catherine Henderson
Bandana Smith
Jason Brown
J. Chamberlin P.M>

LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office Philipsburg

Mr A. Hungerford
Joseph Gosselin
Edward H Hunter
Miss Nancy Gibson
Mary L Hawley
Mr john Irish
Joshua Hessiman
Gath, a tanner
Daniel Gutherie
Ebinezer Hill
Miss Ellen Murday
Mr Fred McRae
James S. Mayne
Moses Wells
Thaomas Whaley
John Thomson
Isaac Taber
Frederick Vincent'
Henry Toof
Nathan Darling
Robbert Burley
Lyman Cushing
William Crossett
John Callaghan
Margaret Proper
Thomas O'Brien
Francis Gokey

H.N. May P.M.
Jan 7 1837


24 Jan 1837 Image 8
Married,
 On the 12th inst., by Rev. P. Chase, Mr.Harvey Smith, of St. Armand, L.C. to Miss Margaret Beatty, of Franklin, Vt.



7 Feb 1837 Image 5
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office at
FRELIGHBERG.
Feb. 4th, 1837
St. Armand
Jonas Abbott        John Fay
Capt. Peleg Thomas    Wesley Gal____
Henry Toof        J.Reynolds
Mrs. Harriett, care of Mr Harriett of Selby.
J. CHAMBERLIN, P.M.

Married,
On the 26th ult., by the Rev. M_____ Whitwell,
Mr. Charles Hawk to Miss Jane M. Jo___s, all of
St. Armand

14 Feb 1837 Image 6
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office at
FRELIGHBERG
Feb. 14th, 1837
St. Armand
Jonas Abbott        William Smith
Michael Fanuing    Deacon Wm. Hickok
John Tittermore        Robert Perkins
Mrs. Evelina Turner    Thomas Reynolds
Mrs. Heriot, care of Selby,
Leon Lanne        Abner Barnes,
Charles A. Seymore,     Bolthus Cammel,
Tamplin Smith,         Bennejah Baker,
Wesley Galusha,     P. Reynolds,
J.CHAMBERLIN, P.M

Married,
In the Township of Dunham, on the 29th day  of January last, by Rev. Charles C. Cotton
Mr. Charles Jes__aw of Dunham, to Miss Nan-cy Faran, of Stanbridge.  Also, on the 30th day,
Mr. Lewis E. Traver to Miss Eliza Jane Pell, dau. of Capt. Pell, both of Dunham.
 Say mighty love, and teach my song,To whom the sweetest jays belong,  And to the happy pairs,Whose yielding hearts, and joining hands,Find blessings  twisted with their bands,  To soften all their cares.

28 Feb 1837 Image 4
Married,
In St. Armand East, on the 21st inst., by theRev. C.P. Reid, Mr Franklin Chadhorn to
Mrs. Cynthia Cross, Widow of the late Thomas Cross.

7 Mar 1837 Image 15
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining at the Post Office
FRELIGHSBURG.
March 7th, 1837.
St. Armand
Jonas Abbott,         William Smith,
Mrs. Heriot, care of Selby,
Dr. Thompson,         Bennajah Baker,
John Callaghan,     Daniel Ingalls,
George Ross,         Elwyn Bowker,
Robert Aitken,         Jonathan E. Deming,
Philip Embury,         John Anderson,
James Cross,         Thomas A. Starke
J.CHAMBERLIN, P.M.

14 Mar 1837 Image 13
Married,
At Berkshire, Vt., on the 6th inst., by Crom-
well Brown, Esq., Mr. Elijah Hamlin, to Miss
Naomi Bradley.

21 Mar 1837 Image 14
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office
FRELIGHSBURG.
20th March, 1838.
Mr. William Smith,    Jonas Abbott, Esq. 2,
Wolcot R. Searle,     Christopher Morey, sen’r,
Doctor Thompson,     Elwyn Bowker,
Philip Embury,         David Toof


28 Mar 1837 Image 16
Married,
At Pigeon hill, on the 31st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Booth, Mr. Charles Embury to Miss Han-nah Brill, all of St. Armand.

 On the 31st inst., by the Rev. Charles C. Cot-ton, Mr. Joseph B. VanAntwarp, to Miss Mary
Traver, daughter of Mr. Peter Traver, both ofDunham.
  Tho’ fools spurn Hymen’s gentle pow’rs,
  We, who improvehis golden hours,
      By sweet experience know,
  That marriage rightly understood,
  Gives so the tender, and the good
      A Paridise below.
  Some courteous angel, tell me where,
  What distant land this unknown fair,
       Or distant seas detain?
  Swift as the wheel of nature rolls,
  I’d fly to meet,  and mingle souls,
       And wear the joyful chain.

Died,
At his residence, in St. Armand East, on the20th inst., Jonas Abbott, Esq., 50 years of age;
leaving a large family to lement the loss of anaffectionate  husband & a kind parent. He was anearly settle of the parish, and for many years a Captain of the Militia. His loss will be deeply felt byhis numerous friends and the community at large.

4 Apr 1837 Image 1   
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office at
FRELIGHBERG.
1st April, 1837
T.A. Starke        Peter Schoolcraft
Columbus Scofield    Charles A. Seymore
Mrs. M.A. Witteker
Philip Emhury        Jonas Abbott  Esq.
Samuel Clark Deming
John Clarke        Doctor Thompson
Robert Smith        William Smith
J. CHAMBERLIN, P.M.

11 Apr 1837 Image 2
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office at
FRELIGHBERG.
10th April, 1837.
Peter Schoolcraft    Robert Smith
Daniel McMillan    John Ayer 2nd
Thomas Aime        David Tittermore

Married,
At Stanbridge, on the 27th ult., by the Rev.Mr. Booth, Mr. Henry C. Deal, to Bliss Cath-
arine Carr, both of St. Armand

25 Apr 1837 Image 3
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office at
FRELIGHBERG.
on the 24th instant.

Mrs. M. Whittaker,    David McMillan,
Robert Atkin,        Henry Wisher,
Alden Wheeler,         Anthony Martin,
Marshall Hunt,         Doct. Thompson,
Philip Embury,         Bandana Smith,
Elwyn Rawker,         Thomas Aims,
William Smith,         Peter Schoolcraft,
Elijah Spencer,         A. Halibert

Married,
In this village, on the 17th instant, by the Rev. James Reid, Mr. James Emmott to Miss Corde-
lia Ann Harman.

Died,
In St. Armand, on the 19th instant, Philip Sidney, son of Mr. John Lemare, aged three years and six months and seventeen days.

In Sutton, on the 11th inst., Mr. Dominic Guyett, aged 72 years.

In East Sutton, on the 28th February, Shud__ Deale, in the 88th year of his age

02 May 1837 Image 17
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining at the Post Office at
FRELIGHSBURG,
on the 1st instant,
Mrs. E___les        Lyman Cushing
L.H. Nutting        Moses Dudley
Mrs. Mary Hulburt    J.F. Tr_n
George Upton,         Marshall H_____,
David Tittlemore

Died,
In St. Armand East, Addi Vincent. on the 26th ult. Mrs. Benjamin Salls.
At Durham, on Sunday morning, the 31st ult.Micheal Vall, age 60 years. Mr. V. was of
the first settlers, and his death is _________lly regretted by his friends and aquaintances.

30 May 1837 Image 18
Died,
In St. Armand East, on the evening of the 25th instant, Mrs. William Appleton, in the 47th
year of her age.

LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at
FRELIGHSBURG,
on the 29th instant.
Marshall Hunt,        John Simpson,
James Ayer, junr.,     Bandana Smith,
Daniel McMillan,    Isaac Smith.

06 Jun 1837 Image 12
Married,
In Brome, on the 29th ultimo, by the Rev. C.
Cotton, Mr John Ladd, to Miss Laura M
Pickle.


13 Jun 1837 Image 10
Births,
In St. Amand West, on the 5th Instant, Mrs. James Hogab_____, of a daughter.
At the same place, and date, Mrs. Christopher Harrington, whilst attending upon her daughter, (Mrs. Hogab____) of a son. –Com

27 Jun 1837 Image 11
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at
FRELIGHSBURG.
on the 25th instant.
Henry Baker 2,        Robert Atkin,
Langdon Simpson,     Job Chadsey,
Simeon Darling,     John Haulten Cowen
    care of O.S. Kemp,
Miss Stickney,         Mr. Monteith,
Layton Johnson,    Joseph Domang,
Mr. John B. Clark 3,     Frazier Jenne , jr.,
Hoses Chaplin,         Captain Hawley,
James Bates,         John Krans,

Died,
 In Hemmingford, on Thursday, the 5th inst., Leon Frederick Lalanne, son of Leon Guillaume
Lalanne, Esquire, aged 7 years 2 months and 27 days.


July –Dec 1837

July 4, 1837 pp. 8
List of Letters Frelighsburg on the 3d instant
James Bates
John Krans
Captain Hawley
S. C. Noble
Layton Johnson
Joseph Domanz
J. F. Tetu 2   
John Huffman
Mrs. Amanda Scofield


July 11 1837 pp. 6
DIED On Sunday evening, the 2d July instant, at the residence of John Bosion, Esq. Craig Street, William Hunter, Esq. aged 76, a native of Kilmarnock, in Scotland, and for sixty years a resident in this city (Montreal) during the greater part of which time he was extensively engaged in mercantile persuits.  He was every among the first to encourage and support public institutions, he was mainly instrumental in having the Presbyterian Churches of St. Gabriel & St. Peter Streets erected, and was the last of the original trustees of those Churches.  His integrity was proverbial, and his mild, generous and inoffensive conduct endeared him to his fellow citizens of every class. 
DIED At Belvedere, in Ascott, on Friday, the Hon. William Bowman Felton, after a painful & protracted illness.
DIED At Quebec, on the 21st ult. Capt. Wilson Davison, of the brig Ythan, of Newcastle, aged 34.
DIED At Lorette, on the 29th ult. Edward Geils, youngest child of the late Town Major Frost, aged 16 months.


July 18 1837 pp. 10
DIED On Sunday evening, the 2d July Instant, at the residence of John Boslon, Esq. Craig Street, William Hunter, Esq. aged 76, a native of Kilmarnock, in Scotland, and for sixty years a resident in this city (Montreal) during the greater part of which time he was extensively engaged in mercantile persuits.  He was every among the first to encourage and support public institutions, he was mainly instrumental in having the Presbyterian Churches of St. Gabriel & St. Peter Streets erected, and was the last of the original trustees of those Churches.  His integrity was proverbial, and his mild, generous and inoffensive conduct endeared him to his fellow citizens of every class. 
DIED At Belvedere in Ascott, on Friday, the Hon. William Bowman Felton, after a painful & protracted illness.
DIED At Quebec, on the 24th ult. Capt. Wilson Davison, of the brig Ythan, of Newcastle, aged 34
DIED At Lorette, on the 29th ult. Edward Gells, youngest child of the late Town Major Frost, aged 16 months.

July 25 1837 pp. 7
MARRIED In Montreal, on the 17th ult., by the Rev. H. Esson, William H. Gordon, Esq. merchant of Stanbridge, L. C. to Miss Cynthia Phelps, of the same place.
MARRIED In Montreal, on Tuesday evening, last, by the Rev. G. W. Perkins, G. W. Warner, Esq. merchant, to Miss Miarette Anderson, both of this city.
DIED In Sutton, on the 18th Instant, Miss Martha Burnham in the 51st year of her age.
DIED In Montreal, on the  19th Instant, of a lingering illness (consumption) Mary Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Louis Lalanoe, Esq. of Montreal, aged 23 years.   Upper Canada, Vermont and New York papers by copying the above will confer a favor on her afflicted relations.

Aug 1 1837 pp. 1
List of Letters for Frelighsburg On the 31st ult.
Rev J Gleed,    2   
Capt. Hawley
Joshua Lacey, care of H. M. Chandler
George W. Ayer       
Zer Leonard
John Krans       
Miss C Westover
Mr. Dennick       
George Upton
Jane Cook       
Philip Tittemore
Christopher Mercy   
Thomas A Carr
Banadan Smith       
Daniel McMillan
Jabe Perkins

Aug 11 1837 pp. 2
MARRIED On the 30th ultimate by the Rev. J. Reid Mr. Hall Gilbert, jr. of Durham, to Miss Elerta Chadboura, of this parish.

Sept 5 1837 pp 21
List of Letters at Frelighsburg on the 4th Inst.
Shubal Smith
Nahum Arms
Mrs. Welthnuy Stevens
Nichael Kurelly
William Lavery
Charles Reynolds
Demaiselle Jane Reynolds
John Alynn
Miss Mary Thomas 2
Lot Woodbury
Robert Perkins
Mrs. Jane Perkins
Wm. J. Smith
Mrs. Mary Ingalls
BIRTH In St. Armand East, on the 21st ultima., Mrs. Isaac H. Smith, of a son.
DIED Suddenly at East Farnham, on Saturday the 2d instant, of Erythema Gangrsenosum, Mrs. Abigail Church, consort of Samuel Wood, Esq., MPP aged 47 years.  The remains of Mrs. W. were followed to the cemetery on Monday the 4th instant, by a large concourse of friends & acquaintances, testifying by their sympathy, is the high estimation in which she wAs held for her sterling virtues & numberless acts of benevolence. – Com. By a Friend.  Printers in Vermont will please notice, &r.

Sept 12 1837, pp. 18
MARRIED At Montreal, on the 29th ult. By the Rev. John Bethune, Mr. Thom, Advocate, to Miss Blackford, late of Tooting, Surry, England.
MARRIED At Burlington, Vt. on Wednesday the 3d Aug last, by the Rev. J. K. Converse, Mr. E. M. Toof, of the Seigniory of St. Armand, to Miss Ann Robison of the former place.
MARRIED At the Parish of St. Thomas, on Sunday the 3d inst. By the Rev. M. Townsend, John Derick, Esq. to Miss Ophelia Edy, of the Parish of St. George.  On Monday following the happy couple and a large number of friends met at the dwelling house of Conrad Derick, Esq. where they partook of the best of country affords, spent the afternoon very agreeably.  – Com.
DIED At Sagersfield, on the 23 instant, Jacob Sager, in his 44th year.  He was the first child born in Sagersfield; has always led an exemplary life and died a sincere Christian – Mr. Sager has left a wife and seven children, and a large number of friends to lament his loss. – Com.

Sept 19 1837 pp. 19
DIED At Whitby Upper Canada, on the 27th ultima., very suddenly of inflammation of the lungs, Whitcomb P. Toof, formerly of St. Armand East, in his 32nd year.

Sept 26 1837, pp. 20
List of Letters at Frelighsburg on the 25th inst.
Caleb Barber
Lot Woodbury
Mrs. Sarah Smith
Christopher Morey
Zer Leonard Jr.
Columbus Scofield
Mr. Demick
Omie Lagrange
Hazen Willey
Mrs. Mary Ingalls
L H Nutting, Esq.
Henry Toof
William Lavery
Mrs. Jane Perkins

Oct 3, 1837, pp. 14
MARRIED At Pigeon Hill, on the 28th ultima., by the Rev. Wm. Squire, Mr. Thomas R Brill to Miss Sarah Sagar, both of St. Armand.

Oct 10, 1837, pp. 15
DIED In this village, on the morning of the 4th instant, Simon P. Lalanne, Deputy Registrar, in the 41st year of his age.  During the last thirty or thirty five years, Mr. Lalanne has been a resident of this village and consequently, a participator in the various changes which time has brought among its inhabitants; and, it may be said with great propriety, that, in common with the rest of the human family, he has participated largely of the ills attendant upon our ‘earthly pilgrimage’ but he looked upon the dispensations of Providence as coming from the ‘father of our spirits’ and patiently waited the result.  He was kind, amiable, benevolent, and industrious; and as far as his means were adequate, charitable, in the true sense of the word, and, like Simon of old, in whom there was no guile; which rendered him an acceptable guest at every door and fire side in the circle of his acquaintance.  Com.

Oct 17 1837, pp. 16
MARRIED At Berkshire, Vt. On the 11th instant, by James c. Stoue, Esq. Mr. Lucius Hawley, at Cambridge, to Miss Unice Bradley, of the former place.  The printer would acknowledge having received a liberal portion of the wedding loaf, and in return tender the parties his thanks, and best wishes for their prosperity through life.
DIED At St. Armand East, on the 12th instant, after a short and severe illness, Rev. Homer Smith, aged 55 years.  He has left a wife and six children to mourn the loss of a kind husband, and an affectionate father; society, a worthy member and the Church of Christ a beloved Elder and brother. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord – Com. Printers in Vt. and N.Y. are requested, &c.

Oct 31 1837, pp. 17
NOTICE Whereas, my wife Nancy Wheeler, has left my Bed and Board, and that too without my provocation, this is to forbid all persons trusting her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting after this date.  Ephraim Wheeler, 2d. Noyan, Oct 23 1837.

Nov 14 1837 pp. 10-11
DIED At Waterloo, on Thursday the 2d Inst., Mrs. Garlick, wife of Capt. W. A. Garlick, in the 38th year of her age.  Mrs. G. had passed through scenes of affliction, having in January, 1836, narrowly escaped with two children the devouring element of fire, while three others of them were burned with the house in which they lived.  She was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society and died in the full hope of future bliss beyond the grave.

Nov 7 1837 pp. 12
List of Letters at Frelighsburg on the 6th Inst.
Alonzo Leavitt
Moses Livey
Robert Aitkin
Mrs. Walter Farnum
Mr. Demick, Sadler, &
John Britten
Benjamin Reynolds
Issac  Smith
Mrs. Esther Powell
Capt. Cornell Gibb

MARRIED In this village, on the evening of the 5th inst., by the Rev. James Reid, Mr. Lewis Wilson of Whiting, Vt. To Miss Julia Ann Kemp, of the former place.
DIED In this Seigniory on Sunddy evening the 5th instant, Mrs. Madelaine Houk, consort of Mr. David Tittemore, aged 32.

Nov 21 1837, pp. 13
DIED At Stanbridge, on the 13th Instant, Joel Rollins, about 37 years of age.
DIED In Shefford West, on the 10th instant, Edward Roberts in the 75th year of his age.

Dec 12 1837 pp. 3
BIRTH In this village, on the 7th instant, the lady of Mr. Zenas Reynolds, of a son.
BIRTH In Dunham, on the 9th Instant, the lady of Mr. H. H. Hill, of a son.

Dec 26 1837 pp. 4
MARRIED At Franklin, Vt., on the 21st Inst., by the Rev. O. Klapton, Mr. Richard Whitney, jr. of St. Armand, to Miss Amanda C. Olmstead of the former place.  The Printer was duly remembered.

Dec 19 1837 pp 5
MARRIED
In St. Armand, on the 14th Inst. By the Rev. James Reid, Mr. Wm. H. Emworth, of Berkshire, Vt., to Miss Rebecca L. Whitney, of St. Armand. The printers were duly remembered for which the parties will accept their sincere thanks.


Missiquoi
Missikuoi Standard Newspaper


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January 9, 1838

M.H.P. came to hand too late for this week.It will appear in our next.
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Married
At Highgate Vt. on the 31st of Dec. last,by the Rev Mr. Kompton,  Mr. Horatio Nelson Reynolds to Miss Chatherine Rychard.

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List of Letters
remaining in the Philipsburg Post Office
Quearter ending 5th Jan 1838

Armes,  Abegail Mrs.
Blacklock, Thomas, R.
Burley, James
Bourden, Bournard
Benson -- Mr.
Cheny, David
Desnault, Alexia
Deul, John
Eddy, Edwin D.
Embroy, Peter
Fuller, Harvey,
Goslin, N.H.
Janes, Sarah Miss
Jamisson, John  2
Krans, C. Mr.
Munson, J.H. Esq.
May, C. Dr.
McGralle, Michael
McGany, Peter
Merritt, A.B.   8
Merritt, Amie Mrs.
Potteir, Lyman Mr.
Patridge, Orin Mr.
Pitman, Thomas
Reily, James
Richards, Ira Capt
Robinson, Mary Mrs.
Standfish, -- Mr.
Stearns, David Capt
Thomas, Peleg,
Toof, Charles C. Mr.
Taylor, James
Wood, Charles

W. W. Smith, P.M.

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January 16, 1838

List of Letters
remaining in the Post Office
at East Faarnham, 9th January 1838

    Farnham
Peter Sox, 2         Simon Sox, 2
Richard Scott, 2        Archclaus Brown
George Sox        Stephen Brown
Samuel Short        Whipple Cook
Jonathan Herrick    Arnold ?
Eunice Wood        Samuel Wood M.P.P.
    Brome
Enoch French

W. Wells, P.M.

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Births

At Missikuoi Bay, St Armand West, on Christmas Day the Rev. Mrs. Richard Whitwell
of a Daughter

At St. Armand West, same day, Mrs. Ora Husson of a son

At the same place on the 13th Inst., Mrs W.W. Smith of a son.

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February 6, 1838

Died
In this village, on the 30th ult. Mrs. John Freligh; in her 65th year

In St Armand, on the 4th inst., Thomas, son of John H. N. Witman; aged 13 years
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February 13, 1838

Married
In this village on the 5th instant by the Rev.
James Reid,  Mr. B. J. Hibbard to
Miss Mary  Ann Houck.

In Berkshire, Vt. on the 5th instant by the
Rev. Peter Chase, Mr. Nathan Stephens, Jr.
to Miss Alta Maria Smith, both of St. Armand.

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Feb 20, 1838

Birth
In Brome, on the 10th instant,
Mrs. Jacob Cook, of a daughter.

Died
In this village, on the 19th instant, Emily,
daughter of Wesley Galuahs, aged 3 years
and 4 months.

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List of Letters
remaining in the Post Office
at Frelighsburg, Feb. 20th:
Benajah Baker        Benjamin Casey
Paul Langvois        Sylvester Chadduck
Mary Hurlbut        Ferdina Ballaircura
John S. Seymour, 2    Josiah Turner
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Feb 27, 1838

Died
In this village on the 21st inst., Mr. Willard Dagget,
dentist; supposed to be about
32 or 33 years of age.
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March 20 1838

Married
At Berkshire, Vt. on the 15 Inst. by the Rev'd
Peter Chase, Jasper Rand, Esqr, to
Miss Margaret C. Chadborn, all of Berkshire.
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April 3 1838

LIST of Letters remaining In the Post Office
Frelighsburg, 1st April 1838
Fraser Jenne        James Young
Richard Clark 2,       Ferdina Beli=leau
Jacob Brown,         Wm. Benson
Joshiah Turner        Mrs. Emeline Turner
Mrs. Eliza Scofield    Benjah Baker
Charles G. Smith    Miss Sarah Jenne
John Marvin        Daniel Cheney

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Births
In Sutton, on the 29th ultimo,  Mrs. Cyprian Barnes, a Son and Daughter

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Married
In Dunham, on the 29th of March, by theRev. Charles C. Cotton, Mr. Charles Gaylor to
Miss Mary Ann Miller, all of Dunham

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Died
At Bedford, on Tuesday the 27th, ultimo Mrs. Mary G Freligh, wife of Galloway Freligh, Esq,
aged 38 years.

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April 10 1838

Died
In St. Armand Eash, on the 7th instant, Mr.Job Chadsey, senior, in his 79th year.

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April 21, 1838 ??

Birth
At Sutton, on the 28th ultime, Mrs. H. Chappelof a son.

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April 23 1838

Married
At Stanbridge, on the 11st Inst., by the Rev.Mr. Squire, Mr. Lindal Corey to Miss Susan Diamond

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Died
In Farnam, on the 16th Inst. at the residenceof Mr. Isaac Ingalls, after a lingering illness,

Mrs. Betsey Eton, widow of the late Moses Ingalls, formerly of St. Armand East, aged 75 years.
She bore her afflictions with Christian fortitude,firmly believing in the merits of Jesus Christ
and a happy resurrection ~~Com.


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